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Will commence to rabve ttfe 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 are 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.
THE MUTUAL LIFE
Do you want an income for life,
and the best and easiest Company to
get business for? What the Southern
is to fire, the Mutual Life of Georgia
is to life.
You can write three men out of
five, as other agents are doing that.
Why not you? We want an agent in
this community. He must be an hon
orable gentleman. None other need
apply. Where we establish an agent
the Company introduces itself.
If you want the agency for this
territory apply with reference to the
Company, Athens, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hightower *e,
turned home Tuesday from Griffin
where they have been the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. G. Willi? fur sometime.
Mrs. Robert Mitchell and Miss Lucile
Mitchell returned home Tuesday from
Indian Spring, where they have been
spending several days at this popular
"My hair was falling out very fast
and 1 was greatly alarmed. 1 then pur
ehased a bottle of Ayer’s Hair Vigor
and my hair stopped falling at once.
The Vigor also made it most beautiful,
glossy and bright.”—Mrs. U. A. McVay
Misses Grace Woodward and Nettie
Lee Grace returned home Tuesday
from The Rock where they have been
entertained by Miss Mary Kllen Staf
ford for several days.
WANtED- By young cou
ple without children, two rooms
for light housekeeping. Address
Box 198, stating terms and loca
l>r. F. H. Graves left Tuesday for
Courtlaud. Ala., where he goes to ac
cept the pastorate of the Presbyterian
church there. Dr. Graves has numer
ous friends who regret to see him leave
our city but trust he will l>e well pleas
ed in his new field of tabor
IF A MAN LIE TO YOU.
And say some other salve ointment,
lotion, oil or alleged healer is as good
as liucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him
t hirty years of marvelous cures of piles,
burns,boils, corns, felons, ulcers, cuts,
scalds, bruises and skin eruptions prove
it’s the best and cheapest. 25c at W.
A, Wright's drug store.
MltncVoar Bevel* With Caaeereta.
Cathartic, cure constipation forever
“•Sic. lIC. C C iitl, driigKisis is tun*l mouei
STOCK OF GOODS
I wish to sell at
once the Ronss stock
of goods, formerly
owned by J. R. Dea
vonrs. Price low
and terms easy. A
big chance for the
W. W. Lambdin,
Barnesville is just now in the
midst of tennis craze. Several
courts in the city are used every
afternoon and early every morn
ing. A club was organized Tues
day afternoon at the Institute
court, consisting of the following
members: Hundley Blackburn,
Walter Marsh burn, George Elder
and Claud Anderson. This club
has accepted a challenge from the
[club in Griffin and will go there
sometime next week.
B*r th a l* l * Kind You Haw Always Boaghi
WOODWARD & BETHUNE
Bargains in Bug
gies, Phaetons. Also all kinds
of Repairing and new work done.
Couu? to see iwLnnd save money.
Wood a Hi) ,t Bethink.
THE BAEJfESVILLE NEWS-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, AUGUST TANARUS, 1902.
Mr. C. Gainer Turner has ac
cepted a position with the Sum
mers Buggy Cos. as traveling sales
man and liis territory will be the
states of Mississippi, Louisana and
Texas. Mr. Turner is an expe
rienced salesman, having traveled
last summer for J. G. Smith &
Sons of this city. His many friends
here wish him much success in his
* * *
Chief of Police Willis is enjoy
ing a weeks vacation given him
by the city council. On motionof
Mr. T. W. Cochran, chairman of
the street committee a weeks vaca
tion was granted each policeman
their pay to continue as if on duty.
After working every day the year
round faithfully, they no doubt
enjoy their vacation.
Mr. J. B. Bankston, the new
hardware merchant, is moving his
stock of goods from the Collier
building to the Rogers store next
to the jewelry store of J. H. Bate
& Cos. Mr. Bankston will remain
in the Rogers building until Mr.
Collier vacates his clothing store
and will then move his stock intd
this pretty building where he will
remain in the future.
A severe electrical storm visited
this city and community Monday
night and it was thought that the
city was in danger several times.
Lightning struck close by and the
report was out Tuesday morning
that a negro was struck during
the storm but it was learned after
wards that the report was untrue.
The electric 'ights went out during
the storm and left the city in
total darkness. No damage to
any great extent has been report
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. White left
Saturday for Savannah, where
they will spend several weeks with
relatives. Mrs. White’s health is
not very good and she will also
spend sometime in the hospital
there before returning home. Her
many friends here hope that her
visit will -greatly benefit her
Mr. R. G. Matthews is building
a beautiful residence on his lot on
Thomaston street. The location
is a very desirable one, and the
house will be a real adornment
for that portion of the street. Mr.
Matthews is not sparing expense
to make his home one of the most
conveniently equipped and most
attractive in Birnesville. Work
on the place is being pushed rap
* * *
Mr. E. R. Carswell returned
home last week from Wadley,
where this popular officer has been
visiting relatives for several days.
Mr. Carswell was born and raised
near Wadley and no doubt his
visit was a source of much pleas
ure to him.
Work is progressing rapidly on
the new residence of Mr. Edward
Elder on Thomaston street. The
house will contain eight rooms
and will be completed by the first
.of September which time Mr. Elder
will move in from the Stafford
dwelling on Holmes street.
The First National Bank’s fur
niture and fixtures arrived
Tuesday and are now being put
up in their new headquarters,
which is ackowledged to be the
finest of any town in Georgia with
a population of 10,000 inhabitants.
The furniture is solid mohogany
and the walls and borders which
are 48 inches high, are white mar
ble. The furniture is being rapidly
placed in position and the officials
of the bank hope to move in by
next Monday. The First National
Bauk’s headquarters are now at
Edward Elder's insurance office.
Mr. Harry Reynolds has accept
Assisted by CUTICURA OINTMENT,
the Great Skin Cure, for preserving, puri
fying, and beautifying the skin, for
cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, and
dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair,
for softening, whitening, and soothing red,
rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes,
itching?, and chafings, and for all the ptir-
Sof the toilet, bath, and nursery.
ons of Women use CUTICURA
SOAP in the form of baths for annoying
inf laminations and irritations, or too free
or offensive perspirations, in die form of
washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and
for many sanative, antiseptic purposes
which readily suggest themselves to
women, especially mothers. No amount
Of persuasion can induce those who have
once used these great skin purifiers and
beautifiers to use any others.
Complete Treatment ter every Humour, sl.
Consisting of CuticLHA 80AF(25e.),t0 cleanse
the skin of crusts ami scales, ami soften
the thickened cuticle, CuTictißA Ointment
(60c.), to Instantly allay itching. Inflamma
tion, and Irritation, and soothe and heal, and
CUTICt'RA He SOLVENT I’ILLS ('J5c.), to cool
and cleanse the blood.
CtmrritA Resolvent Pills (Chocolate
Coated) are anew, tasteless, odorless, eco
nomical substitute for the celebrated liquid
Cctioßra Resolvent, as well as for all other
blood puritlers and humour cures. In scre w
cap vials, containing 60 doses, price 25c.
soli throughout lh< World. British Dspot: SMS,
rhnrlerhouss Sq., London French Depot, o Kue dc Is
Pen. Caro. Pottir Deco and Cues. Coxr., Sole
Trope., Boston, U. S. A. "Ail about the Skin,” tree.
ed a position as traveling salesman
for J. G. Smith & Sons and left
Monday for points in South Geor
gia. Mr. Reynolds is an excellent
young man and will no doubt give
his firm good service.
Mr. George W. Lowden’s can
nery is one of the busiest places
in Barnesville now and will be for
several days to come. Mr. Low
den stated to a reporter of the
News-Gazette that the peaches
are fine and that his cannery is
consuming 10,000 cans everyday.
A solid car of new' cans arrived
Monday and are now being unload
ed at the cannery. Mr Low r den
has also begun to ship the fruit
canned this year and will continue
about two weeks. 150 people are
employed at the cannery this
Mr. Clarence Willis, the popu
lar and efficient book-keeper for
the firm of J. G. Smith & Sons, re
ceived a letter last week from
Governor Candler appointing him
a student to the Medical Depart
ment of the University of Georgia
which is situated in Augusta.
There are two students appointed
by the Governor each year from
each congressional district and
Mr. Willis is one of the two ap
pointed from the 6th district. He
has not yet decided whether he
will attend the college or not.
Healthy Kidneys Means Long I.ife.
If you want to restore your kidneys
to their former health state take Smith
Sure Kidney Cure —50 cents at J. H.
Sound Kidneys—Perfect Health.
The use of Smith’s Sur,> Kidney Cure
will produce both. Try a bottle and
be convinced. Your druggist sells it
for 50c —at J, H. Blackburns.
Laxative Chocolates cures Chronic
Constipation and Liver Troubles. Pleas
ant to take. Purely Vegetable. Guar
anteed by J. 11. Blackburn.
If You Sutler From Kidney Troubles.
Use Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure. Noth
ing like it for diseased kidneys. 50 cts
at J. H. Blackburn’s.
Cures Eczema. Itching Humors.
Especially for old. chronic cases
take Botanic Blood Balm. It gives a
healthy blood - supply to the affect
ed parts, heals all the sores, erup
tions, scabs, scales: stop the awful
itching and burning of eczema,
swellings, suppurating, watery
sores, etc. Druggists, sl. Sample
free and prepaid by writing to,
Blood Balm Cos., Atlanta, Ga.
Describe trouble and free medical
advice sent itksealed letter.
Bmu* th*- /) Kind Yob Haw Always Bought
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 oan obtain
the seed here, as we have a full supply of RUTA BEGA
SEVEN TOP, RED 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 you can find BARGAINS in such things as
GROCE IES 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 your 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 HAVE 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 them 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 cotnes 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 W. Cabaniss, president Exahange Bank of Maeon; E Bumble, Merchant, Goggans,
Ga ,J. L Pitts, of Pitts-Gray Cos. ; J C. Collier, of J. C. Collier Cos. ; J M.
Means, Cotton Buyer, Meansville; V. O Marsliburn, Merchant; T. W.
Cochran, Livery; B. p Spencer, of Columbus; Thos. J Peeples,
Cashier Maddux-Bucker Banking Cos , Atlanta; C H
This bank solicits accounts of merchants, individuals and
corporations, and extends every facility consistent with sound
Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. ,
J. D. HIGHTOWER,
SUCCESSOR TO J; w . HIGHTOWER
Agricultural, Mechanical and Buiders*
Hardware, Farm Ea moments, Water
Supi>lies. Guns, Cutlery, Silverwares
Disk's non-rustible 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
STEIXWAY & SONS., HOBART M. CABLE, SOHMER
& CO., STEGER & SONS, SINGER, Pianos.
BURDETTE & MILLER, Organs.
jfJV"Write us for Catalogues and Prices. §prW
Special prices for the holidays.
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ATLANTA. - GEORGIA,