Will conimence to move the Chambers
Hardware stock next Monday, August 4.
If you want bargains for the next 3 days
come to see me and I will sell you, if you
are in any notion to buy anything in my
line. Stoves arc heavy to move and
Crockery is easy broken. Some things I
will sell below cost, some at cost and
everything at a very close price. . . .<
Cash Must Accompany These
I have one Cane Mill which I would hate
to move. I don’t know hardly yet what
I have got, but you come to see me and
we will find what you are looking for and
will find a price also to suit you. lam
selling more Fruit Jars than any other
house in Town. I sold 144 dozen Jar
Rubbers in 6 days, and am selling my
share of other goods also.
Come to See Me.
-J. B. BANKSTON, -
* Manager of The Bankston Hardware Store.
All lOdiiciUlonal Hally.
There will be an Educational Hally
at Piny Mountain Springs, Lifxey, Pike
county on August Bth.
Hon. M. L. Brittain, of Atlanta, and
Prof. (1. K. Oliplmnt, of Barnesville,
will make literary addreaeuß, and we
hopoL U> have speeches and recitations
by pupils of the various schools of the
All patrons and children of the white
schools are especially invited to attend,
lies pec t fully,
' li. D. Aiums.
Attended District Conference.
Kev. W. U. Branham, Prof. G. F.
Oliphant and Judge C. .1 Lester repre
sented the Barnesville Methodist
church at tin* conference of the Griffin
district, which was held at McDonough
Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Bishop
I'andler presided and the above dele
gates report a very pleasant and prof
, itabh* meeting.
Monday School Association,
All who are interested in the
Sunday School cause in Pike
county are earnestly invited to at
tend the annual Sunday School
lAssocitttroti which nieets'nt Bluff
Camp Ground Ist Wednes
day, Oth daV of August. Singing
will lie the featur > of the occasion.
We expect, to drganiJn* Tl -single
class to act nsjjeaders of the tjlusie
ton that occasion, consisting of B(*K)
voices under the management of
directors. We want
every man, woman anti “child' in
| Pike county to he present and
|take part in the exercises.
0. T. Tyi.kk,
SG. B. Kiiu.ry, Pres. Pike Asso’tn,
* ■ f
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
THE CITIZENS BANK
Located at Bamesville, Ga., at close of business June 30, 1902.
t.imns nnd IH'ounts • tI.S.BM
Di innm! lanuih M®* W
Bond-, Htix-ks owill'd b.v Bank. Horn 1
Banking Bourn' *OOO oi>
Furnitwn* and Flkturvw ■ • I,(SC! 10
Othor Rntl B*tti'. none
luo from Hnnkx and Bnki*r in tho
Due from Banks and Bankers in other
Stat.-s. I,WO 03
Gold WS UO
Silver, Nickels and Franks ... I,W W
f’hirkM ami Cash items (W 43
Kuchantf for Clearing House—none
Profit ami Low none
1. R. Stamps and Stamped Ck#—none
Tidal 158.855 rr
STATE OF GEORGIA, Coirjnrv of Pike:
Before in 1 came 0. H. Humphrey, Cashier of Citizen# Bank of
who bsing duly sworn, say# t hat above and foregoing state
ment is a true condition-of said Ihruk, a* #howji bv the books of file
in said Bank. C. H. HUMPHREY. Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed to before me. this 2Sth day of July, 1902,
A. H. ENGLISH, Notary Public, Pike Cos., Ga.
Packing peaches is now the
order of the day.
Our little city is in a rush.
Mr. Charlie Butler, of Barnes
ville, spent Sunday at) Johnston
Mr. J. W. Willis, of Summer,
(la., spent quite awhile here, the
guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs.
H. F. Willis: His sister, Miss
Karris, accompanied *him, where
she will visit friends and relatives
for quite awhile. We hope for
her a gay time.
Misses Vera and Nadine Farley
spent a few days of last week with
friends in Thomaston, and report
a joyous time.
Mr. 11. 11. Willis, of your city,
hits been spending a few days here
with his parents.
Miss K/.ra Goggans is anticipat
ing a happy visit to friends and
rehdrves at CaTTness nOw soon.
Miss Salih* 'Abt-rnafhy, of
Juliejtjtv, spent a few days last, wyek
at the home of her brother, Mr.
It T u A ben pi thy. i
TherfaVmhrsof this section have
Men- ' ii+vSsf-d with good rains
Mr. Cohen Milner, of pear
iiarnpsyiiie, was seen in our vicin
ity last. Sunday afternoon. Who is
it so attractive? We wonder
I will have to bid you all la re
well dear correspondents, 'and
write again in the sweet bye and
bye, “Jou.Y-BoYy 1 ”
Capital Stock*Pid in. 3ft.000 00
Surplus Fund none
Undivided Profits, loss Current Ex
|'iist>s and Taxes Paid 33 54
Due to Bunks mid Bankers in this .
Due to Hanks and Bankers in other
States ... none
Due I'njwid Dividends . none
Imiivldual Deposits subject to Chock 13.522 38
Demand Ccrtiflcatus, none
Time certlticatis. 100 UO
Certified Chis-ks none
Cashier’s Cheeks none
Dnc to Cloaniu: House nore
Notm and Bills K< discounted—none
KUs Payaltle. including Time Certifl
cates, repri'sentiiis’ Borrowed
Money none ,
Total *3rt.855 77
THE BARNESVILLE NEWS-GAZETTE THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1902.
Complete External and Internal
Treatment, One Dollar.
The set, consisting of Coticora
Soap, to cleanse the skin of crusts
fand scales, and
soften the thick
ly allay itching,
and soothe and
heal, and Cuti
Pills, to cool and
blood, and expel
A Single Set, price sl, is often
sufficient to cure the most tortur
ing, disfiguring skin, scalp, and
blood humours, rashes, itchings,
and irritations, with loss of hair,
when all else fails.
Cuticura Soap, asßinted .by CitICURA
Ointmknt, the great ekln ottW, for
lng, purifying, and beautifying the skin, for
cleansing the scalp of "bwta, •cAlep, n.'.' for
dru*. and the stopping of
softening, whitening, and soothingrea.rough,
and sore hands, for baby rashes, Itchings,
and chaflngs, and for all the purposes Of W 6
toilet, bath, and nursery. Millions of Women
nse CUTICURA SOAP In the form of bath® tor
annoying lrnfMHOns, Inflammations, and ex
conations, or toft free or offensive uorspir
atlon, In the form of washes for uh crittlre
weaknesses, and for many sanative, aiitlecbtlo
purposes Which readily suggest IhCmselfeS
to women, especially mothers.
CUTICURA RIBOLVERT PILU
(Chocolate Coated) area new, tasteless,odour
less, economical substitute for the celebrated
liquid Cuticura Rrsolvbxt. as well as for all
other blood purifiers and humour cures. Put
op In pocket vials, Mdosei, prlee, 2oc.
. ielSthroughoutthworld MA**fe.OiirTllUT.
hats. . British Dtpot: JT-JS. Ch.rtwhousS Bq . ls>-
dIHL ..rMSoll Dvpoti It ltu.it. U Pslx. Pans.
DaV. ASO Casa. Coar., Sols Props. Boston, U. 8. A.
A I'lcattant Evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Swatts en
tertained several couples Friday
evening in honor of Miss Rosa |
Hammond. The invited guests j
assembled at half past eight
o’clock and were soon enjoying
themselves in various ways. The
band furnished music for the oc
casion and rendered delightful
music during the evening.
After several games had been
played, the guests were invited to
the dining room where dainty re
freshments were served. At a
late hour the guests departed to
their homes after having spent a
most enjoyable evening. > The in
vitediSfm *sts were: Misses Carrie
Elder, Ida Thurman, Hejpn Wil
kinson, Grace Woodard, Nettie
Lee Grace, Myrtiee Nelson, Nell
Smiley, Annie Lambdin, Liieile
Blackburn, Nettie Matthews,
Edith Seltzer, Olive Williams;
Messers. Charlie Lane, Kendall
Ross, Hundley Blackburn, Ed
Howard, George Elder, Walter
Marshburn, Warren Woodard,
Clifford Curry, Ashford Milner,
Jack Bush, Ike Middlebrooks, Bob
Murphey, jhirry Reynolds. \\ . 11.
Cham Be rs. . (£ • £?
■I. H. Blntikhurn Will Buy it Back.
You assume no risk when,* you buy
Chambe rlain’# Colic Cholera and Diar
rhoea remedy. J H Blackburn will
refund yodr motley If you are uot satis
fied after using it. It is everywhere
admitted to be the most successful
remedy in use for bowel complaints
and the only one that never fails. It
is pleafant, safe and reliable. •
Hand shaking with tite presi
dent at public receptions is to be
abolished. It was the habd shak
ing custom which cost McKinley
his life. fi *
The man who grunts and groans
over political conditions and does
not even register should lie request
ed to “close his speaking tube.”
The Pingpong Favor.
Latest among dinner favors is the
miniature pingpong table. It is 4
inches long by 2 wide and stands an
inch and a half high. The table and
legs appear to be of high brown
wood with a fine grain, and the top
is covered to within a quarter of an
inch of its edge with light green
cloth. The pingpong net is of white
blond cloth, held ih position by
two pearl headed pins. Near one
oorfier of tire table a tfiiy ball is
caught, and at the other a minute
tacket tied With # pale green bow is
fastened. In the lower part of the
table *s the boj for ice cream.
Citizens Bank Statement.
Attention is called to the state
ment of Citizens Bank published
elsewhere, the statement being
made up at the close of business
on June Both.
The Citizens Bank was estab
lished a little over two months
ago and this statement shows that
it is doing a splendid business. It
owns the building in which it is
doing business and has just put in
beautiful office, furniture and
fixtures, making quite attractive
quarters. The paid up capital is
S2S,OCX) and its officers express
satisfaction that the deposits now
amount to almost as much as the
capital stock. It is a splendid
institution, deserving the entire
confidence of the public. Mr. C.
H. Humphrey, the cashier, is an
experienced bank man, and since
coming to Barnesville, he has won
the respect and confidence of the
citizens of the community. Mr.
J. \\\ Cabaniss, the well-known
presidentof the Exchange Bank
of Macon, is the president.
The deposits of this bank Mon
day of this week were $28,1529.40,
showing a rapid increase in its
The guests of the Rill house
party, Misses Nettie Lee tthd
Elma Cltttce, and Miss Grace
Woodward, of fiirnesrille, and
MiiS Ethel Hill, of flfrontfood, re
turned to their hollies Tuesday
afternoon, after spehdihg two
weeks with Misses Winnie May
and Fanille Rill. The visitors
have been charmingly entertained
during their stay and a large num
ber of friends regtet to see
them leave. —Macon Telegraph.
The only Guaranteed Rhlney Cure
is Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure. Your
druggist will refund your money if
after taking oue bottle you are not sat
isfied with results. 50 cents at Jxo. H.
If YoU can’t sleep at Night
use Smith’s Nerve Restorer. It is a
true Nerve Tonic. Will cure any case
of Nervous Prostration; does not con
tain opium in any form. Sold by Jxo.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
Mrs. Arnold at Cumberland.
Mrs. W. W. Arnold, Miss May
nita and Mr. Julian Arnold are
spending the summer at Cumber
land island. Mrs. Arnold enter
tained at a tallv-ho ride Tuesday
and the Augusta Chronicle has
the following mention:
Mrs. W. W. Arnold of Barnes
ville, Ga., who enjoys a reputation
for royal hospitality, complimen
ted a congenial party of friends
with a tally-ho ride to Dungeness,
on Tuesday last.
The affair was ideal in every
wav and was voted by all as the
merriest entertainment given on
the island this season.
Those who participated in this
pleasure were: Mrs. Skellie, of
Macon: Mrs. A. B. Robinson, of
Atlanta: Mrs. Arnold, of Barnes
ville; Miss Essie Skellie, of Ma
con: Mißs Essie Bentschner, of
Savannah; Miss Mavnita Arnold,
of Barnesville; Mr. Julian Arnold,
iof Barnesville; Mr. E. A. Alston,
| Jr., of Macon: Mr. R. M. Bisell,
of Augusta, and Mr. Russell, of
On the same day Mr. aud Mrs.
C. C. Stubbs complimented a
party of Macon friends with atrip
IF A MAN LIE TO YOU,
And sav some other salve ointment,
lotion, oil or alleged healer is as good
as Rueklen’s Arnica Salve, tell him
thirty years of marvelous cures of piles,
burns.noils, corns, felons, ulcers, cuts,
scalds, bruises and skin eruptions prove
it’s the best and cheapest. 25c at AV.
A. AVright’s drug store.
\\T’-'sk ££ show whether
vJitCVv Jflvi V° ur WOkSh
/vOXWJLVA i rig-powder is
from the first
V_xgß[w==D4x S\ few washings,
yip After a. time
“ 11 ’ your clothes
1 ’‘loallatoncs." Costly experi-
I meriting. But here is PEARL
ft INE. known and proved to
fi be absolutely h&rmlsss.
I Costs but a trifle more than
I the poorest. To save that trifle
1 you risk all the wash. 670
(millions use it,
How’s Your Turnip Patch?
If you haven’t this necessary adjunct to your premises, you
should hasten to plant you a patch now. You can obtain
the seed here, as we have a full supply of RUTA BEGA
SEVEN TOP. R£D or PURPLE TOP, YELLOW GLOBE
and FLAT DUTCH TURNIP SEED—they are BUIST’S
and are fresh, too. We have a full supply of all kinds of
BEAN SEED, and more on the way.
Tie a String on Your Finger
after you have perused our advertisement, so you will not
forget where vou can find BARGAINS in such things as
GROCERIES* Tinwaree, Glassware, Crockeryware,
Woodenware, Hardware, Jugware, and every other kind of
ware your necessities may call for. We keep nearly every
thing; ask for what you don’t see—most likely we have it.
Come to see us whether you buy or not, as we will smile
at vour out-going as well as at your incoming. If you don’t
know where we are, just follow the crowd.
B. F. REEVES.
Try us on FRUIT JARS, fruit jar caps and rubbers for same.
JOHN T. MIDDLEBROOKS
Only the Best.
THE HIGHEST PRICES FOR THINGS YOU RAVE TO SELL.
I want your Chickens. Eggs, Butter, Hams, Potatoes and will
give you the very best prices possible. „ .
THE LOWEST PRICES ON THINGS YOU HAVE TO BUY.
I always carry a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, and
have tnem marked down to the very lowest notch and can make
it to your interest to try me.
I have recently added to my stock of Groceries a line of FARMERS’
SUPPLIES, such as are necessary for every farmer to have. I
also have a complete line of Crockery and Tinware. I don’t give
trading stamps, but give you the amout off on the prices. Don’t
forget the place, I am not on the corner any longer, but am still
‘•in the ring” when it comes to competition, and can knock
most of the rest of them out. Yours truly,
John T. Middlebrooks.
J. W. Cabaniss, President. C. H. Humphrey, Cashier.
OF BARNESVILLE, GA.
Capital, $25,000. StocKholders’ Liability, $25,000.
J \V. C’absniss, president Exahange Bank of Macon; E R.pmble,
Ga ,J. 1,. Pitts, of Pitts-Gray Cos. ; J. C. Collier, of J. C. Collier Cos ; J M
Means, Cotton Buyer, Meansville; V O Marshburn, MerchantTT.’W
Cochran, Livery; R p Spencer, of Columbus; Thos. .T peeples,
Cashier Maddux-Rucker Banking Cos., Atlanta; C. . H
This bank solicits accounts of merchants, individuals and
corporations, and extends every facility consistent with sound
banking principles. ,
Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent.
SUCCESSOR TO J # W. HIGHTOWER
■ DEALER IN f4
Agricultural, Mechanical and Sniders’
Hardware, Farm Eaninments, Water
Supplies. Guns, Cutlery, Silverwares
Disk’s non-rnstible Tinware, China and
Glassware, Decorative Bric-a - Brae,
Crockery and Queensware, wooden ware,
Stoves, Holloware, Paints. Oils, Brushes
R. P. Becht, Pres. E. G. Becht, Sec. & Treas. Chas. Becht, V. Pres.
Honest Pianos at Honest Prices.
Becht Piano Cos.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
High Grade Pianos and Organs
STEINWAY <fc SONS., HOBART M. CABLE, SOHMER
& CO., STEGER & SONS, SINGER, Pianos.
BURDETTE & MILLER, Organs.
J(W Write us for Catalogues and Prices.
Special prices for the holidays.
BELL PHONE lofio ENGLISH-AMERICAN BUILDING
ATLANTA. - GEORGIA,