The Dallas new era. (Dallas, Paulding County, Ga.) 1898-current, September 24, 1908, Image 7
•' v •tf DESIGNED 3Y Spero,Michael 6* Son NbwYork We Show a Splendid Assortment Of “SPERO,- MICHAEL & SON” Clothes for Fall and Winter. In every detail these garments show their su- * periority, and because we know all the good points about them we boldly invite you to call and make comparison yourself. • Compare the lines of the coats, the shape and effects of the lapetp; compare the fit of the collar and neck; the set of the shoulders. Compare the fit of the sleeves at the top and the finish at the bottom. Compare the linings and in side finish; and, best of all, compare prices. Careful comparison will establish in your mind the su-* periority of “SPERO, MICHAEL & SON” Clothes and will show that our prices ate lower than others. Suits and Overcoats. Griffin & Company “Oriffin Sells It For Less.” ■-!■ J ' J " Jl Locals & wan*. Mr. J. M. Abies was in Atlanta Friday last. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Duke—a bov. Col. Jack Spinks, of Rockmart, was in Dallas Sunday. Dr. It. A. Brown, of Yorkville, was in Dallas Thursday. For dressed nr rough lumber call on Henderson Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Grogan spent Friday in Atlanta. Judge A. L. Bartlett spent Monday in Douglasville. For cotton seed meal and hulls call on W. A. Cole <fc Son. Mr. Jno. (J. Watson and three sons spent Friday m Atlanta. Mr. Milton Norton, of Browns ville. was in Dallas Saturday. Mr. Hugh Watson returned to the State Univi rsity Saturday Dr. E. W. Dean and Oil. J. W. Moon, of Hiram, were in Dallas Thursday. Mr. Aubrey Matthews left Thursday of last week for the State University. Mr. M. N. Moon aud Mr. G. J. Spinks spent Sunday with their families in Dallas. if500 to invest in a farm near some town in l'aulding. See Whitworth & Flynt. , Mr. Barn Gordon spent the week end with his aunt, Mrs. Weaver, in Atlanta. Rev. T'hos. Hooper spent Sun day night with his daughter, Mrs. Jas. B. Watson. The ladies of the Baptist church organized a missionary society last. Wednesday. Mr. Howard Grew, of Acworth, spent. Sunday with his parents, Kev. and Mrs. W. E. Crew. Mrs. Jas. Williams and baby, of Kendalia, Ala., spent the week end with Mrs. B. F. Williams. Mr. Siin Holland, i f Atlanta, spent the week end with his par- Peck of good roasted co “ ee r ._ a '| ents, ^ r> a!1( j jj rg , j ag . Ho'land. Dallas Grocery Company tor ioc Mr. Wallace Florence, of Pow der Springs, was in Dallas Tues- day. ' ^ Mr. Paul Bartlett, left. Friday for the State University Athens. Mrs. Isaac Sswell, of Sin.vrn/, ►is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jno. I «0. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hender son spent Sunday with relatives in the country. Mr. A. A. Hay is having a neat 6-room residence built at his home south of town. If yon wish to sell your farm land or town property list it with Whitworth & Flynt. Mrs. F. M. Leathers, of Atlan ta, spent a part of last week with her sister, Mrs. W. A. Cole. We handle flour in car lots and can save yon 25 to 50 cents per barrel. Dallas Grocery Co. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hippa and daughter, Miss Maud, with Miss Watkins, came over from Mari- etta Sunday to spend the day with relatives. Misses Clara Moon and Maud Griflin spent Saturday with Col. and Mrs. J. W. Moon at Hiram. Mrs. DeJarnette, of Atlanta, pent/Friday and Saturday with ‘ rdacighter^rs. T. K. Griflin. The Woliiffi Home Mission ary Society will meet at the M. E. church next Saturday at four o’clock. For Salk—One 2-horse White Hickory wagon and harness. Brand new. Price $40.00. E. M Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parson were the guests of Mr. W. B Wood and family, of South Paul ding, Sunday. Mrs. H. H. Ezzard attended the Woman’s Missionary meeting held in Rockmart the latter part of the past week. We have several town lots in Dallas on a principal street which are for sale at a bargain. Whitworth & Flynt. Miss Timmie Helms, the daugh ter of Mt. and Mrs. Louis Helms, of Rome, spent Sunday with her uncle’s family here. Mrs. Lem Grogan is spendihg this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bullock, at their home in the country. 1 Mr. Harrison Summer, of Chat tanooga, Tenn., and Miss Joe Sommer, of Atlanta, are guests of relatives in Dallas this week. Henderson Bros, are prepared to furnish, on short notice, all kinds of building material. They are also contractors. Give them a call. The Dallas Grocery Company handles corn, oats, hay, cotton seed hulls and meal in large quantities and will always give you the best prices. Dallas and Hiram met on the former’s diamond Friday after noon, The game was interesting and resulted in victory for Dal las. The score'was (S to 2. Misses Eula and Esther ditch- cock, the younger daughters of Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Hitchcock, soent a few davs with Miss Min nie Gordon iti Atlanta last week. Mr. and Mrs. li. T. Moon'"And babv. of Hiram, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Land and children, of Mari etta, were guests of Mr, and Mrs. H. Land the latter part of the week. Me. and Mrs. T.L. Allen, with their little daughter, went to At lanta Saturday. Mre. Allen and daughter will be guests of the former’s sister, Mrs. Richardson, for several days. Mrs. D. B. Bullard, Mi is Louisa Beckman, Miss Katherine Reid and Miss Ethel Reid are guests of Mr. Percy Clarke and mother, at Dallas, Ga.—Palmetto Cor, Atlanta Journal. The Cedartowd Accommoda tion put on by the Seaboard ar rives in Dallas at 8:38 a. m. go ing east, and arrives at 5:3 p. m. going west. See schedule else where in this issue. Foley’s Orino Laxative is anew remedy, an improvement on the laxatives of for mer years, as it does not gripe or nause ate and is pleasant to take. It is guaran teed. Cooper’s drug store. Prof. Marvin D. Callahan, a brother of Mrs. A. S. Hutchin son, died at his home in Chipley, Ga., the 15th inst. Prof. Calla han was a young man of brilliapt mind and gave every promise of a useful life. Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Hutchinson attended the fu- 1 neral. By going to Atlanta on the Seaboard accommodation you have six and a half hours to at tend to business. This is the best accommodation in the way of a schedule that Dallas has en joyed in many years. Master Fred, the youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Hitchcock, had quite n dangerous j fall from a window Sunday. ’Tis miracu lous that the little fellow did not sustain serious injuries, but he was only pretty well shaken up and badly scratched by the fall. DeWitt’s Little Knrly Kisers, safe, easy, pleasant, sure, little liver pills. Sold by Cpoper’s drugstore. 0 A pumpkin t ha * weighs 104 pounds is on exhibition at W. P Cooper’s store. It measures 5 feet and 4 inches in circumfer ence, and 2 feet 11 inches long. It was raised by Mr. Wtn. Free man. If anybody can beat it trot out your pumpkin. There are many imitations of De- Witt’s Carbollzed Witeh’Ha/.ei Salve Imt just one original. Nothing else is Just as good. Insist on Dewitt’s. It is cloansing, cooling and soothing, sold by Cooper’s drug store. Accidentally Killed. Mr. Isaac Williams, of near Yorkville, was accidentally killed Monday night while out coon hunting. It seems that he was cutting a tree when the top of a dead tree standing near fell on him and caused his death. Mr. Williams was a good citi zen, well liked by his neighbors and acquaintances every where. He was formerly sheriff of the county. This was indeed a sad accident, and will be deeply deplored, not only by those nearest the deceas ed. but the entire community. We extend to the bereaved our sincerest sympathy. Good Farm for Sale. Consisting of lots and parts of lots Nos. 283, 349, 353 and 348 in the 19t!i district and 3rd section of Paulding county, Ga., containing 135 acres more or,less. There is about sixty acres cleared, two houses on the premises, good well water, good pas ture with running water in it, from (! to 8 acres bottom land cleared, and from 10 to 15 acres bottom land to clear, there is a creek running through the farm, good school within one mile, church and Masonic lodge about same distance. For further in formation and terms of sale, write or call on H. C. Allgood or I) H. Hub bard, Rockmart, Ga. Tills Wept. 1 1908. Dallas Graded School, Dallas, Georgia. Fall Term begins Aug. 81, ends December 18,1008 Spring Term begins January 4, ends May 28, 1000 The folU^ing rates of tuition, payable at the end of each month, have been determined by the board of trustees: Klrut, Second, and Third Grades $1 per month Fourth, Fifth mid Sixth tirades , L r niuntli Seventh,Highth, Ninth and Tenth Grades ‘J ini per month Incidental Fee (payable In advance) fioo per term Parents are requested to pay tills incidental fee to Dr \V. O. Hitchcock, secretary of board, and secure from him entrance certificates. If those foos are not paid by the end of the first month tlioy will bo added to the accounts and collected. Hoard, in good families, can bo secured at III) per month. .Six experienced teachers, graduates of first-class colleges, have been employed in the literary department. Miss Florence Dye, a graduate of LaGrange Female College, andnlso a teacher of experience, will have charge of the music department. W. II. BECKHAM. Principal. H. H. 1S/./.ARD. Sura Before You Builds SEE US. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON DRESSED AND MATCHED LUMBER. WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK TO WORK JAM UP. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON MOLDING, CASING, QUARTER ROUND, AND ALL KINDS OF MOLDING FOUND IN A FIRST-CLASS PLANING MILL. WE CARRY A FULL STOCK AT ALL TIMES AND CAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS. : Henderson Bros. Planing Mill.