Exaininut ion Tablets
Remember, we keep nearly everything; ask for
what you don’t see-most likely we have it.
B. F. REEVES.
Hon. J. L. Webb, President. John A. Darwin, Gen’l Mgr
PROTECTION AT HOME FOR THE WIDOWS AND ORPHANS.
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 J. ;
A. Darwin, Gen. Mgr., Athens, Ga.
Wagons, Buggies and Surreys
J curry and keep always in stuck the best wagons, buggies, sur
reys, harness, saddles and robes, which 1 will sell as cheap as any
body. Just received a solid
Car Load of the Famous Tennessee Wagons,
which lam anxious to sell out at once. Prices arc right. Come
and get one.
Mules and Horses
always on hand for suh' and trade. Teams for rent.
A TEXAS WONDER.
H Yld/S GUK.YT OISt'OYKKY.
One small bottle of Hall’s Great Dis
covery cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gravel, cures diabe
tes, seminal emissions, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism and all irregularity
of the kidneys and bladder in both
men and women, regulates bladder
troubles in children. If not sold by
your druggist, will send by mail on re
ceipts of fl. One small bottle is two
months’treatment, and will cure any
case above mentioned. Dr.E.W. Hall
sole manufacturer. I*. O. Box 629,. St.
Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials.
Sold by W, A. Wright.
Martin, Tenn., June 3, 1901.
This is to certify that I have used
Hall’s Texas Wonder for kidney trou
ble and have never found anything its
equal. Its merits are wonderful. Try
it. as 1 did, and be convinced.
Kkv. K. C. Whitseli..
ine Auto Commuter.
Summer Boarder—ls this what
you call five minutes from the sta
Farmer Geehaw—Yes, sir.
Summer Boarder How many
miles an hour is that?—Puck.
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Xaniiy ('nthurtU*. rtirr constipation forever
k "B.jsc. 11 C C-C. full, UriiKKistsnfunt mjucy
Tops and Cords,
FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!
Kverv reader of The News Gazette is
entitled to one. Here is a propsition
which will interest every reader of this
paper. Gilbert’s Gravel Weed COlll
- has met with the most eta-dial
reception of any remedy ever put on
the market. It has effected quick
cures and gives such genuine satis
faction wherever introduced. Mr. K.
O. Mays, engineer for the Southern
Ry., was cured of a severe ki Iney
trouble by this wonderful medicine.
Hon. Walter A. Given, a prominent
druggist of Gurley. Ala, says: “It is
the most wonderful medicine of the
age.” We have hundreds of similar
grateful tributes from those who have
used this medicine. So confident are
we of the merits of our remedy that
we are willing to have you try it with
out one cent of cost. If you suffer
from Brights Disease, diahetis, gravel,
inhumation of the bladder, pain in
the back, sleeplessness, nervousness,
indigestion, rheumatism or are in a
general rundown condition, write to
day for a sample bottle which will be
sent you absolutely free.
Tim Squaw Vink Mkdicixk Cos..
Hi ntsvim k, Ai a.
Uofftilar size 50 cents per bottle.
Sold by John 11. Blackburn, Barnes
Notice— NVe are prepared to make
you prices on meal and hulls, and any
one wishing to exchange seed, it will
He to your interest to see us before
trading. Ate have -400 tons of meal
and 50 ears of hulls liought, and got
them at low prices. Mr. h. T Crowder
and Mr. M. L. Darden represents ns.
Mr. Crowder will be at our scales at
Mr. J. B. I*. Milner’s warehouse, and
Mr Harden on the streets. We pro
pose to make this a lively seed mar
ket this season.
Baikd, Hi nt A Mh.xek.
E<lnrt Tour Howe!* With t'asraretft.
Vrirnty r.vhnrtlc. cure cocsiipatlon form cr.
0. wc. It C. c. C. fail* dru^Risisrefund i~oucy.
THE BARNESVILLE NEWS-gLzETTE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4,1902.
Bank of Zebulon. J
Arrangements 'have been made
for t.h- Citizens Bank of Bajrnes
ville to open np , branch bank
here. ’ * --Al
Negotiations have been going on
for some time between the leading
business men here and the officers
of that bank which finally resulted
in their giving the branch bank at
this place all the facilities for the
banking business that the Citizens
Bank possesses. At a meeting of
I the stockholders at this place a few
days ego the branch bank wasorga
j nized and the following offiicers
[elected: J. \\\ Cabaniss, of the
j Exchange Bank of Macon, Presi
dent; W. J. Franklin, Vice-Presi
dent and chairman of the board of
directors; C. R. Gwyn, cashier; P.
M. Sullivan, V . J. Franklin, C.
R. Gwyn, J. W. Mean. J. B.
Mathews, E. F. Dupree and S. A.
Howell were elected directors and
will have charge of the institution.
The Citizens Bank of Barnesville
is one of the new banks that have
opened up this year, has a paid in
capital of $25,000 and is one of
the best officered banks in this
part of the state. Mr. J. \\ .
Cabaniss who is president being
one of the best bank men in the
state and Mr. C. H. Humphrey
who has been for several years
cashierof the Bank of Milieu being
They have been doing a fine bus-
I iness in Barnesville since they
[opened on the Ist of May. The
! Bank of Zebulon will open up in
temporary quarters on Sept. Ist
land be ready for the business. As
i soon as a building can be com
pleted they will move into perma
! nent quarters which will be well
! fitted up to do the banking busi
Zebulon has long been in need
|of a bank and is fortunate to
[ make connections with such an
institution ns the Citizens Bank
of Barnesville. With the above
officers is charge of the Bank of
Zebulon and eveery faciility at
their command for sale and con
servative banking the inetitution
will he certain to <lo well —Pike j
We offer One Hundred Dollars,
Reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Cos.,
We, the undersigned, have known F.
.T. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist,
Waldiug Kinnan & Marvin,Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the
blood "and mucous services of the
system. Testimonials sent free. Price
75c per bottle, Sold by all Druggist.
Hall Family Fills are the best.
The New Chinese Envoy.
Sir Liang Chen Tung, tiie new
Chinese envoy to this country, is a
many sided man. lie is thirty-nine
years old and was one of the 120
students sent by China, beginning in
1882, to learn American ways. He en
tered Amherst college, but was un
able to graduate because of recall
by his government. He was an ex
pert catcher and pitcher on the
baseball nines at Phillips and Am
herst. Ho is fond of society and
is an entertaining conversationalist.
It remains to be seen whether he
can approach the retiring Minister
Wu as an after dinner speaker. Sir
Liang is a widower.
Healthy Kidneys Means liong I.lfe,
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 Sure Kidney Cure
will produce both. Try a bottle and
be convinced. Your druggist sells it
for st>e —at J, H. Blackburns.
If You Sutter from Kidney Troubles
Use Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure. Noth
ing like it for diseased kidneys. 50 cts
at J. H. Blackburn’s.
Why Stop There?
“The bacillus of whooping cough
has been discovered,” said Tenspot.
“Xow, if the gorin hunters could
only run down the microbe of the
college yell,” added Gazzam.—
Had Heard Her Stories.
She —If you children are good,
I’ll read you a fairy story.
Little Brother Oh, I’d rather
have some fun.—Puck.
A SAD DISAPPOINTMENT.
Ineffective liver medicine is a disap
pointment, but you don’t want to purge
strain and break the glands of the
stomach and bowels. DeWitt’s Little
Early Kisers never disappoint. They
cleanse the system of all poison and
putrid matter and do it so gently that
one enjoys the pleasant effects. They
are a tonic to the liver. Cures bilious
ness, torpid liver and prevents fever.
Jxo. H. Bi.ackburn,
AND REST FOR L
Sleep for Skin Tortured Babies and
Rest for Tired Mothers, In
Warm Baths with
And gfentle applications of Cuti
cura Ointment, purest of emol
lients and greatest of skin cures,
to be followed in severe cases by
mild doses of Cuticura Resolvent
Pills. This is the most speedy,
permanent, and economical treat
ment for torturing, disfiguring,
itching, burning, bleeding, scaly,
crusted, and pimply skin and scalp
humours, with loss of hair, of in
fants and children, ever com
Millions of Peopleurf.Cuticura Soap,
assisted by CUTICURA OINTMENT, for beauti
fying the skin, for cleansing the scalp, and
the stopping of falling hair, for softening,
whitening, aort soothing red, rough, and sore
hands, and for all the purposes of the toilet,
bath, and nursery. Millions of women use Cu-
TiCL'KA SoAPin baths foraunoylnglrrltations.
Inflammations, and dialings, too free or offen
sive perspiration, In washes for ulcerative
weaknesses, and for many sanative, antiseptic
purposes which readily suggest themselves.
Sold throughout the world. Soap, 25c., Oistmknt,
CSc., Pills, 2.5 c. Hritiih Depot: 21-28, Charterhouse Bq.,
London. French Depot: 5 Rue de la Pair, Paris. Pot
teb: Dkco and Chkh. Cobp., Bole Props., Boeton.
A Delightful Party.
Misses Nettie Lee Grace and
Grace Woodward entertained tlieir
friends Saturday evening at
the Magnolia Inn.
The broad verandas and spacious
parlors of this hospitable home
were thrown open to the guests
and were soon the scene of amuse
ments of various kinds. Several
games were played during the even
ing but the animal contest was
the feature. Every one was given
a stick of chewing gum and out of
the gum an animal was to be
made. The game w&s much en joy
ed and after an exciting contest
the first prize was awarded to Mr.
George Elder. The second prize
was given to Miss Ida Thurman,
the consolation prize being given
to Mr. C. S. Kelly.
During the evening, delightful
refreshments were served and at
a late hour the guests dispersed
to their homes after having spent
a most enjoyable evening.
The invited guests were:
Misses Eva Warde, Vera Farley,
Dove Marchman, Carrie Elder,
Lucille Mitchell. Rosa Hammond,
Leila Collier, Nettie Matthews.
Ida Thurman, Pearl Lifsey, Mat
tie Nelson, Grace Porch, Mae Ellis,
Nell Smiley and Nannie C.
Messrs. Walter Marshburn, Wal
ter Middlebrooks, Ed Howard,
George Elder, Aaron Reppard,
Warren Woodard, Charlie Lane,
Charlie Tyler, Kendall Ross,
Claude Anderson, Milner Smith,
Henry Covington, Terrell Coving
ton, Robert West, Thomas
Casey, Earl Askew, Will Murrow,
Newsom and Murrow, Julian
Arnold and Hundlev Blackburn.
A Surprise Party.
A surprise party was given Miss
Ida Thurman Friday evening by
several couples of her set.
Several couples met at the home
of Miss Kosa Hammond and pro
ceeded at once to Miss Thurman’s.
After spending several hours at
this hospitable home the guest de
parted to their homes. Those
Misses Lucille Mitchell, Carrie
Elder, Dove Marchman, Vera Far
ley'. Nettie Lee Grace, Leilr Collier
and Grace Woodward.
Messrs. Kendall Ross, Warren
Woodward, Walter Marshburn,
George Elder, Henry Covington,
Ed Howard, Julius Arnold, Claud
Anderson, Walter Middlebrooks
and Milner Smith.
In about three days I am going to move again,
and am going to sell my share of HARD
WARE before then if . . .
IF CHEAP PRICES
will be any inducements. I handled most of
this stock moving it about four weeks ago,
and know it is heavy, also risky. I have since
put in a large lot of . . .
White Lead, linseed Oil, Ready=Mixed Paints, Sc.
If 3 7 0 u are going to build a house, come to see
me, for I am headquarters for house furnish
ings and can meet any prices. Going, Going
and GONE —sold to the first man comes along.
=J. B. BANKSTON, -
Manager of The Bankston Hardware Store.
> —l—l AT — —-n
Jno. T. Middlebrooks
I. am better prepared to supply your wants than ever.
I have a full and complete stock of
...Staple and Fancy Groceries...
MY PRICES ARE REASONABLE.
No one can undersell me on the quality of goods. “Do
unto others as you would have them do unto you,” is
I Give Green Trading Stamps With Cash Sales,
but not on accounts. I want to sell you, and assure
you your orders will have my best attention.
JOHN T. MIDDLEBROOKS
j. W. Cabaniss, President. C. H. Humphrey, cashier.
OF BARNESVILLE, GA.
Capital, $25,000. StocKhoiders’ Liability', $25,000.
J W. Cabsniss, president Exaliange Bank of Macon; E Rumble, Merchant, Goggans,
Ga ,J. L Pitts, of Pitts-Gray Cos ;.1 C. Collier, ofJ. C. Collier Cos ; J M
Means, Cotton Buyer, Meansville; V O Marshburn, Merchant; T. W
Cochran, Livery; R. P Spencer, of Columbus; Thos. J 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
Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent.
J. D. HIGHTOWER,
successor TO j. w . HIGHTOWER
Agricultural, Mechanical and Buiders'
Hardware, Farm Eauinments, Water
Supplies. Guns, Cutlery, Silverwares
Disk's non-rustible Tinware, China and
Glassware, Decorative Bric-a - Brae,
Crockerv and Queensware, wooden ware,
Stoves, Hollo ware. Paints. Oils, Brushes