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OVER THE COUNTV.
OF It CORRESPOXDENTS NOTE THE
INCIDENTS OF THEIR
Ami Dih Tlwm Up in h Delectable Shape
For Our Keaderti.
A DATES VILLE.
Our town has not put on the dull ap‘
pea ranee this year. Every day trade is
good, and our stores are always busy at
something—swapping goods for chickens
or money. Every store bought heavily,
and their stocks now show that the goods
have been sold. Two new firms have
commenced ‘in business since we have
been represented in your able journal.
Mr. 1). W. Loudermilk and .Mr. G. K.
Casey have formed a partnership. The
firm is a good one. They have many
friends in and around here. They will
run a general stock, but make a specialty
of heavy and fancy groceries. They could
not find a store room, so they built a
neat room next door to Luther & Bro.,
where they will be glad to see their old
Mr. J. H. J)yar, one of the veteran mer
chants of our town, has sold an interest
to Mr. \V. .1. Love, from near Calhoun,
his former home being Dogwood V alley,
near Dalton. Mr. Love is a gentleman
we are glad to welcome in our city. He
needs no better recommendation than, to
say he is associated with Col. I)yar.
Our people have good cause to feel
proud of the Methodist church that has
been about completed; or, we might say,
completed, for it lacks nothing but paint.
It is a handsome edifice, and one that
reflects credit on the building committee
and the whole denomination. We feel
proud of it. It has been built in a quiet,
unassuming way, by local donations.
They have bought a neat organ of the
best manufacture, which is presided over
by Miss Estelle Reed. ' This church is in
We ha ve been doing a big lumber busi
ness for some time, and this industry
alone has turned loose a great deal of
money in our city this spring and sum
mer. Oglesby & Bro., formerly of Kings
ton, have not been able to fill all orders.
Sometimes they are as much as three
months behind with their orders. Camp
A: Cos. also have a large mill. These gen
tlemen have shipped any amount of find
timber to Chattanooga and other mar
kets, besides the laijge amount that has.
been used here. We can only account
for the great demand, by the superiority
of the timber, the timber throughout
this section being fine, indeed. .Build
ing has been lively. We can. think of six
new houses without trying. Mr. Abe
Cox has built a nice cottage; Mr. Geo.
A. Vcach has a handsome house under
construction; Mr. .1). B. Mull is adding
to his beautiful dwelling, and other im
provements too numerous to mention
are going on.
(),,r mayor and aldermen have the city
m fine condition, And the streets and
sidewalks are excellent, and from a sani
tary point of view, we defy the world to
beat ns—we almost say, equal us. If you
want to have a good time and see the
garden spot of the world, coine up, and
we will buy a whole box of cigarettes and
aive you one of the pictures, and if you
don’t smoke, why—come on, anyway,
nobody will blow smoke in your eyes. As
for society, we have plenty of it, and it is
the best. Great in quantity and best in
quality is our motto. The older citizens
say sometimes we have too much, but
they have forgotten how it used to be.
We had better wind up, or we will have
too much in quantity and not enough in
quality and find ourselves in the waste
basket. but we will make the other scraps
get about talking our town to them, but
listen to some society before you go:
On Tuesday night, 17th inst., Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Hilburn gave a musical enter
tainment at their hospitable home to a
number of friends, which space will not
allow us to mention, bjit all are indebted
to Mrs. A. L. Dealing and Miss Wood
berry for some excellent music on the
piano, and Messrs. M. A.veock and Capt.
W. J. Hilburn on the violin. These mu
sical entertainments are very interesting
and instructive, and are held quite often
at the different homes of the music loving
Last Thursday was the day set apart
for a picnic at Bowdoin’s spring, in honor
of Miss Emma Cornwell, of Rome. The
day being bad, the crowd was not as
large as it should have been. Next Sat
urday a goodly picnic at
Hall’s Mill; then, in a few weeks, the
camp meeting will be in full',blast and all,
both young and old, will enjoy them
Mr. Jas. B. Morton, of Stevenson, Ala.,
is visiting friends and relatives at this
place and Hall’s Mill.
Miss Minnie Bowdoin is visiting rela
tives at Collinsville, Ala.
Miss Bettie Dudley, of Sonora, Ga., has
been visiting Miss Mary Bibb.
Capt. E. B. Earle and wife spent some
time last week with Capt. Earle’s rela
tives, near Floyd Springs.
Mrs. Mary Nichcflson, of Athens, is
spending the summer with her mother,
at this place.
Miss Bessie Anderson has returned to
Kingston, after a stay of a few days with
Mr. A. C. Trimble went over to Rome
to visit his daughter, Camp, last
Miss Mamie Barnes, of Folsom, visited
her sister. Mrs. .less** \\ ood, last week.
Mrs. Boyd, qf Sonora, visited her son,
Mr. J. M. Boyd, a few days ago.
Mr. King and Sammy Chilton have re
turned from .Colorado, where they have
been for some time.
A good number of our people have
been attending court at Cartersville for
the past week or so.
J. P. Bownorx.
Mr. W. J. Darr, of Walesca, was in our
village this week.
Mr. William Heath and family attend
ed the picnic at Miller's chapel last Sat
urday, and report a fine time.
Mr. Tatum Vaughan is in from the
Lone Star State, visiting his brother,
Mr. W. B. Vaughan, and other friends
Dr. Felton filled his appointment at
Pine Log last Sunday and preached an
excellent sermon, to a large congregation.
We learn there will be a union meeting
of deacons and preachers at Olive Vine
church, embracing the third Sunday in
August. These are interesting meetings
and should be well attended.
Our schools are all on a boom. The
only trouble now is to get books, and
this great demand will be supplied this
week by the clevar little firm of Shelton
& Childers, who have the county series in
store at introductory and exchange
prices. These books are first-class and
direct from the publishers. We say this
for the benefit of the schools at large.
Well, Messrs. Editors, I suppose your cit
izens are waking up to the realization of
the fact that they are on a sure enough
solid boom. Now we are ready to re
joice with you, for we are well aware that
a real iron and steel boom in
just simply means prosperity in and for
this whole country; so when your baby
sister, Pine Log, gets on her railroad
feet, and gathers a little more strength,
she will boom and bloom very soon into
youthful beauty and youthful energy and
industry. But we are now peacefully and
quietly moving on with a firm step and a
steady hand, “Marching on to victory.”
We propose to know not such a word as
Mr. James Rich and family, of your
city, was in our .village last Sunday visit
ing friends and relatives. Jew.
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GASS STATION. Jr r
Friday morning jib.out JR3O a. m., as
the was about two miles
south,'.two cars loaded with wheat
in' 'bulk* gave way and were derailed.
The track was blockaded for about five
hours. The cars were badly used up and
the wheat scattered around promiscu
ously, but no one was hurt.
Mr. Dick Milam spent Sunday at Cass.
Miss Sallie Hargis, of Kingston, is visi
ting relatives and friends in and about
Messrs. Riley Milam, Tom Puckett and
Tom Brandon, all from Stilesboro, visi
ted their aunt, Mrs. J. H. Walker, Jr.,
The quarterly meeting of Kingston
circuit was held at Cassville on Saturday
and Sunday. Presiding Elder Lowry was
on hand and preached several stirring
sermons. Rev. Wm. White, assisted by
Elder Lowry, is conducting a revival
there this week. Considerable interest
is being manifested. It is to be hoped
that their labors will be richly rewarded
by backsliders being reclaimed and sin
ners brought to God. ~.
A party of young folks of our neigh
borhood are anticipating a picnic at
Saltpetre cave in the near future.
Generally the farmers have “laid by”
their crops; those who haven’t will finish
When the Courant-American changed
hands we read with interest the several
copies following. We are glad to see it
so well retain the style and standard
which has rendered it so deservedly popu
lar with the people, and especially the
citizens of Bartow county. Wikle and
Willingham have done more through the
columns of the Courant-American
for the upbuilding of county
than any other institution ever has done,
and, judging from the paper since change
of proprietorship, the good work is going
to go on. We are proud of our county
paper, and say, without fear of contra
diction, that there is no better weekly in
Georgia of its size. It reflects great
credit on its editors, as well as the citi
zens of the county, and would do credit
to any town of five times the population
of Cartersville. W. C. W.
Winfield Griffin, the little nine yehr-old
daughter of Joseph Griffin, deceased,
died at the residence of her aunt, Mrs. M.
E. Rainey, Sunday evening, July 22nd,
and her remains were interred in the
Kingston cemetery 6ii the 23d. Her
mother lives in Birmingham, Ala., who
was telegraphed to come, but the answer
returned that the moHipr was sick and
could not come, and the dear little one
had to be put in the silent grave and the
broken-hearted mother could not be with
her in her sickness and death.. She had
all the attention that a grandmother
and loving aunt could give. We tender
the sympathies oif our community to the
Old Mr. Johnson, the father of Mus.
Dr. M. M. Green, is at the home of Dr.
Green, in very feeble heafitlu He is in his
. 93d year.
Our young folks are getting up a select
party to picnic at saltpetre cave. Mr.
Grice, the artist, is going along with his
camera to take a photo of the party at
the cave. ♦
I am glad to see interest taken in the
cave; it is encouragement to rn.v dufnmv
railroad. So many of us are not able to
furnish a horse and buggy, when we could
raise ten cents to ride on the dummy.
Mr. J. W. Oglesby, of Snow Spring,
paid us a visit last week. He reports his
saw mill flourishing.
Miss Susie May son is visiting friends at
Miss Annie Thomas, of Aberdeen, Miss.,
is visiting the family of J. M. Davidson.
Miss Evie Mayson, of Euharlee, is vis
iting her grandfather, Dr. C. N. Mayson
Mr. Smith, of Taylorsville, was in town
Tuesday, and made a speech at the depot
in the interest of the Farmers’ Alliance.
He will organize a lodge. Several of our
farmers gave their names for member
We were pleased to see Mrs. F. H. Har
ris, of Rome, in town Tuesday, visiting
her uncle, Dr/C. X. Mayson.
Mrs. Hill, of Big Shanty, and Mrs. L.
Dobbs, of Atlanta, are on a visit to their
parents,* Mr. and Mts. Olatwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Flem C<Ax, of Hawkinsville,
Ga., and Mrs. Lizzife Stegall, of Texar
kana, have been visiting Mr. J. P. Ste
gall’s family. *
Mr. Griggs and sister, Mips Cora, left
last week for their northern home. They
were well pleased with this country.
Rev. Mr. Darr and family,’of Jasper,
Tenn., are spending' a few days here.
His talk to the Sunday school was great
Little Will and Jack Davis are visiting
relatives in Cobb.
Mr. H. V. Jones is spending a few days
at St. Simons. Wish for him a pleasant
time. , A
Mr. Willie Henderson, of Stilesboro,
has been visiting friends and relatives of
Mr; Will Kemp, of. Cobb, spent a day
or so last week with Frank Davis.
Mr. C. S. Park has His new house about
completed and will move in this week.
Jimmie Stegall, ofTliattanooga, spent
Friday and Saturday with relatives here.
I don’t quite agree* with “Zit Mo me,”
we have at least ten young men in Emer
son. We heartily welcome our northern
people'And will certainly claim : them .as
Bill Corbin,, of Rome, spent one -day
last weekJiVonT midst.
We. were .indeed sorry to hear of the
death of Mr. Maxwell. He has lived here
for many years, and will be greatly
missed, especially in our prayer meeeting.
Little Wm. Keys is quite sick with the
Mr. Henry Chamberlin, of Chattanooga,
was down on business last’week.
We have two very happy young ladies
in our town, as their mother, Mrs. Chit
wood, has presented them with a-nice
M'G UIRKS CROSSING.
All done “laying by” and now visiting,
resting and having agood time generally
is the order of the day.
“Will” was at the Captain’s last Sun
day a few minutes.
Wb attended church last Sunday morn
ing, evening and Monday evening, and
were well repaid. Rev. Jos. A. Darr
preached five as good sermons at the Ste
gall Methodist church during his sojourn
there as has ever been heard within those
walls. That he is a minister considerably
above the average there is no doubt, as
was evidenced by the universal attention
paid him and the rapid increase in the
size of his congregations from his first
sermon. He pleased all, Methodists,
Baptists and worldlians. We heard but
one complaint, and that was that he
abused the “lobby members” of churches,
“dram drinkers,” non-attendants ol
church and Sunday School rather too
much. Well, he did prove by scripture,
the duty of all, both male and female,
okl and young, and in such style that
some did qual>e. Sunday morning he
gave the Sabbath School a talk ftiat
there was but one objection to, and that
was that it was +oo short. His fittle
eon, Arthur P. Darr, gave the school a
beautiful recitation. Being only about
eight years of age, he showed plainly how
he is being brought up and reflected great
honor on his parents. The parson’s
style is very much like our Sam Jones.
We hope he may soon give us another
Visit and that yohr people may have an
off hearing him. Mome.
Miss Pheuie Hayes, of Folsom, visited
her lister, Mrs. Adams, of Pine Log, last
Miss Mary Campbell, of Cedar Springs,
visited relatives sfc, Adairsville last week.
The measles and mumps has thinned
out our singing and Sunday school at
Cedar Creek, .so a good number of our
young men and young ladies meet fior a
croquet party. On last Saturday even
ing we met at Elm Spring near Mr. M.
T. Hayes, amd everybody seemed to
enjof 7 themselves very much. We hope
• they will meet oftener as there is do (
other entertainment here now.
We had a very good singing after tfie
party last Saturday at Mr. W. H. Bla
lock's with Misses Nannie and Sadie
Brown at the orjpan.
Crops are looking fine in tliia section
v and most all of the farmers are done
work for the present. We guess they
aitn to go to meeting a while and rest up
This is leap year; girls who will be the
first t-o leap? We boys think it is time
gome one would give us a call. We were
at a ]lace not long ago where there were
no boys. Girls do start out and don’t
Miss Minnie Blacock, of Ligon, is visit
ing her sister down near Rome, Ga.
Next Saturday, the 28th, our annual
Sunday school picnic comes off. All are
invited to attend. There will be an ad
address at 10:45 in the forenoon by Col.
Jno. W. Akin, and perhaps others will
Mr. Geo. R. Morton, of Rome, with his
family, is spending the summer with his
brother at this place.
O. R. Spurlock, of Eufaula, Ala., is
shaking hands with his many friends
J. B. Morton is visiting his old home.
Rev. A. 0. Shugart is protracting his
meeting and has up a considerable feel
in the hearts -of the people. A splendid
meeting is anticipated. He has Rev.
Mr. Carter assisting him.
Miss JUattie Kitchens has opened a
splendid school here. A better teacher
for children has never been found.
Mr. T. 8. Kitchens says he has been
going to quarterly meetings for several
years, but he saw something at Cassville
Saturday he never saw before. That was
a .drummer at the meeting. He says if
he could pell goods as rapidly and as
bountifully as lie dispatched the refresh
ments prepared by the good Methodist
women he would soon get rich. He says
he hopes he will come again.
Our farmers are -all through work, ex
cept threshing wheat, and it is so poor
they cannot get anybody to take hold of
it. They are now enjoying recreation
and fresh apple cider.,. Bqb Bail.
TRY IT ONCE.
To the man who has tried ever} r other
remedy for Blood Poisons, we commend
the following experience of a well known
SHE HAD TRIED EVERYTHIG ELSE.
Clover Bottom, Sullivan County, Tenn.,
.lime 18, 1887 —Blood Balm Cos., Atlanta,
Ga: Sir:—l have been thinking of writing
to you for some time to' let you know of
the wonderful cure your B. B. B has affect
.ed on myself and daughter. She, a girl-of"
16 years, was taken with a very sore leg
below the knee. I called on the very best
doctors that the country could afford, and
they tended on her for four years to no
purpose. Her leg a:ot worse every year
I used about 30 bottles of other medicine
to no purpose,. .The doctors said the only
remedy left amputation. That we all was
ooposed to I was in Knoxville the Bth of
January, 1886, and while buying a bill
of drugs called for a good blood purifier,
and Messrs. Sanford, Chamberland & Cos.
recommended theJß. B. 8., I purchased
one half dozep and to my utter
surprise after using three or four bottles
my girl’s leg was entirely healed. I also
liad a very ugly running sore on tlie calf
of my*leg and one bottle cured it, after
having tried all other remedies I wish
you much sucess, and I do hope that all
suffering humanity may hear and believe
in tke only true blood purifier. -I have
tried three or four other purifiers, but the
B. B B is the only one that ever did me
or mine any good. You can use my
name if you wish lam well known in
this and Washington county, also all over
Virginia. R. S. Elsom.
BLOOD TAINT FROM BIRTH.
Boonville, inD., January 25, 1887
I shall ever praise the day that you gen
tlemen were born* and shall bless the day
that your medicine was known to me. I
had blood poison from birth, and so much
so that all the doctors of my town said I
would be crippled for li e. They said
I would lose my lower limb. I could not
stand in my class to recite my lessons,
eleven bottles of your Balm cured me
sound and well Yoli can use my name
as you see fit. In my case, there were
knots on my shinbones as large as a hen's
Yours, Mißtle M. Tanner,
THIS FOR FUN,
All who desire full information About
the cause and cure of Blood Poisons,
Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings, I leers,
\Sores, Rheumatism, Kidney 'Complaints,
Catarrh, etc., can secure by mail, free, a
copy of Pur 32-page Illustrated Bopk of
Wonders, filled with the most wonderful
and startling pYdOf 'AVer before known.
AddiASs, Blood Balm Cos.,
7 194 m Atlanta, Ga.
Curry’s Diarrhoea and Dysentery Spe
cific will speedily cure cholera morbus,
cholera infantum, flux, griping, colic, and
all bowel affections. Sold by druggists
at*2sc. per bottle, with positive guaran
tee of satisfaction. 6-28-tf
Why is a proud woman like a music
box? She is full <V airs. And if they blow
on* her, coughs and colds must follow.
Do not neglect a cold, but take Taylor s
Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and
As to nisi liner Success.
It is the duty of every perse#i who hqs
used Boschee’s German to let its
wonderful qualities be known to tlieir
friends in curing Consumption, seyere
Coughs, Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia, and
in fact all throat and lung diseases. No
. person can use it without immediate re
lief. Three doses will relieve any case,
a pci we consider it the duty of all Drug
gists *o recommend it to the poor, dying
consumptive, at least to try one bottle, as
'86,090 dozen bottles were sold last year,
and no one case where it failed was r
ported. Such a medicine as the German
Svrup cannot be too widely known. Ask
vsbr dwggist about it. Sample bottles to
jry, sold at 10 eenfrs. Regular size, 75
'%eißs Sold by all Druggists and Dealers,
in the United States and Canada, eow
Trait jars at Wikle’s drug st*-'* i!5-tf
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold in
competition with the multitude of lowest short
weight alum or phosphate powder. Sold only in
Royal Baking Powder Cos.,
jnne9-llm 106 Wall St., Y. Y.
Three'hundred first-class Sewing Ma
chines can be purchased of Wikle A Cos.
during the summer months for less than
their real value. 12-2 t
School Supplies at Wikle’s Book Store.
If you want much good reading for a
little money always write to Wikle A Cos.,
Cartersville, Ga. 12-2 t
For whitening, coloring and finishing
walls-and ceilings. Also a cheap Paint
for inside wood work, particularly that of
factories, workshops and similar buildings
5 pound packages for 50 cents per pack
age. At Word’s. mayll-tf
I make trusses for qvery kind of Rup
ture superior to any in use: Persons
that need them will do well to see me'.
Cartersville, Ga., July 10,• 1888.
712-lm N. Gilreath.
Mikado Cologne and Ivory Tooth Polish
at Wikle’s drug store. j!5-tf
A gold bracelet, at or near the Baptist
church, Sunday, Bth inst. The finder will
be rewarded on leaving it at this office,
or with Rev. W. H. Cooper.
R. C. Rowan.
Being: required by a recent act of the last Leg
-islature to register all iegyl voters of Bartow,
county', at the time of paying their taxes. There
being a.uumbev.of citizens in said county over
.age and no tax being required of them., and young
•.men who have become of age between the time
of returning and paying taxes, and persons who
have changed their residence in said county
since paying, all persons in such condition will
report the same to me and I will register the
same in the proper district at any time.
July 11th, ISSB. J. F. Linn, t. c.,
Folsom, F. 0.,
Bartow county, Ga.,
Flower pots at very low prices.
apl27-3t Wikle A Cos.
Smoke Yarra Filler “Virginia Seal
Cigar.” At Stover’s 0-8 lm
Eye and ear troubles are often caused
by decayed teeth and diseased gums.
Let your dentist save the teeth. Del oc
tal ave will heal your mouth apd gums
and purify your breath. For sale by all
Where is happiness found? In the dic
tionary, and ii> the use of Dr. Riggers’
Huckleberry? Cordial, which saves so
much pm'ft and anxiety in relieving the
the little ones from teething and cholera
Exposure to rough weatMer, gettitig
wet, living iu damp localities, are favora
ble to the contraction of diseases of the
kidneys and bladder. Asa preventive,
atid for the cure of all kidney and liver
trouble, use that valuable remedy. Dr. J
H. McLean’s Liver and Kidney Balin'
|I.OO per bottle. 6-8-3 m
If you smoke don’t fail to try Wikle A
Co.’s fine cigars. apl27-3
Children will freely take Dr. J. H.
McLean’s Tar Wine Lung Balm ; unlike
cough syrups, it contains no opium, will
-soothe and heal any disease of the throat
or lungs quicker than any other remedy.
To the Consumers of Oils.
We handle all kinds of lubricating and
machinery oils, and are manufacturers’
agents and can offer special inducements
in this line, either by the gallon or barrel,
\ r ery respectfully,
J. R. Wikle & Cos.
Better Than Bloody Battles. „
General Wheatcsoft Nelson, says: “My
experience in the English army as well as
in America, convinces me that nothing
so thoroughly purifies the blood or adds
to health, vigor and life as Acker s English
Blood Elixir.” This great Remedy is sold
under a positive guarantee by J. R. Wikle
Insect powder, insect powder and guns
at Wikle’s drug store. m2o-tf
Sitting night after night watching over
the little one slowly and gradually wast
ing away from the effects of teething has
no rest. A\Diy don’t you try Dr. Diggers’
is bound to be built. Everybody is going
to take stock in it £nd when we get one
started more will follow. Everybody
work far it and buy your Drugs, Cigars
and Soda water at Word’s Drugs Store,
may 11 tf
A good mule for sale cheap. Apply to
Cnpt. .J, L.JS;eel. 0-21-2.
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
Office in the Court Hows®.
Practice* in all the courts of the Cherokee dr
crlift. Special attention p;ivi to the collection of
claims and the abstracting of titles.
for tax receiver.
I hereby announce myself * *-?i ml if j .
Receiver at the coming election in .1
and ask the support of the voters
eount.v tor the same. B, \ J ■.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
. We are authorized to announce tin-
L. MILHOLLIN as a candidate for T
tor of Bartow county. The election
the first Wednesday in January next. n
FOR TAX COLLECTOR,
We are authorized to announce the
F. LINN as a candidate for re-elecTh>u >
office of Tax Collector of Bartow Count ;
FOR TA X RECEIVER.
We are authorized to announce ,he
NAT 1)1 NNAIIOOnsa candidate for
to the office of Receiver of Tax Returns h r
tow County, Ga.
To the voters of Bartow county: At the
ration of many of my fiends ! have cons*-. ■
to make the race for Sheriff of this conn* v
election in January next. Mr. John W rViurj T
will run as my deputy. If elected 1 pledge
people of Bartow county an hones - , hu
faithful and impartial discharge of the di .. ,
the office. Very trulv,
- John T. Layton
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
We are authorized to announce the
Mr. H. W. Cobh as a candidate for re elect: .
Treasurer of Bartow county. Election to \
place on the first Wednesday iu January.
We are authorized to announce the nan ,
F. M. Durham as a candidate for r* - •
Clerk of the Superior court for Barton eouun
Election first Wednesday in January lv:>
To the voters of Bartow county: I here!
nounce m.vselt a candidate for Sheriff of . j
county, with A. M. Franklin and James H. \\
Hams as Deputies. 1 respectfully soli i* N ,, u .
votes, and if elected I promise a faithful and in,,
partial discharge of the duties of the office Thi
lltll July, 1888. J. IV. Williams.
We are authorized to anno#hce the name
of Mr. Wesley W. Roberts •as a Candida *' : •
Sheriff of Bartow county, with Mr, B. R. ( ■ i; ■’
Max well, of Fine Log district:, ;as his -deputy. v
the ensuing January election.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR. '
T hereby announce myself as a candidate for
Tax Collector of Bartow county at the eim ring
election, and respectfully ask my frit nils and the
people generally to .give. me their support, as 1
need the office and can and will faithfully till it if
elected. F. M.Del'linuer.
DANIEL G. LEE, A. M., PRES,
and Professor of the Latin Language uni
Literature, Higher Mathematics and Natu
PETER ZELLARS, A. E„
I’rcfe;sor of Greek-Language, Frencli, Book
Keeping, and a General Academic course.
MISS IDA LEE,
Teacher of Primary and Intermediate cour- -
MRS. S J. WARE,
Principal of Music Department.
Rates of Tuition as Follows:
Advanced and Classical Grades...#3.oo per in n;
Primary 1.50 “
Incidentals 15 “ “
Music 4.00 “
Exercises Will be Resumed
State of Georgia, Bartow county.
Whereas L. S. Mumford, security for William
L. Rowland, administrator of Fannie R. Sproull,
deceased, represents to the court in his petition
duly filed and entered on record, that said admin
istrator has fully administered Fannie R. Sproull -
estate. This is therefore to cite all persons con
cerned, heirs and creditors, to show cause, if an>
they can. why said administrator and said secur
ity, should not be discharged from said adminis
tration, and re eive letters of dismission, on tie
first Monday iu October,^]Bßß,
jn29-3m J. A. HOWARD, Ordinary.
Citation Twelve Months Support.
GEORGIA —Bartow Counts :
To whom it may concern: The appraisers
appointed to set apart to Mrs. Emily P. Puck
ett and her minor children, the twelve months sup
port allowed by law, out of the estate of Ed
mund D. Puckett, deceased, have made their re
port and the same is now on tile in my office, am:
notice is hereby given to all persons concerned
that if no good causers shown to the contrary
thesa me will be allowed and made the judgement of
the court on the first Monday irr September.
1888. This 16th July, 1888.
J. A Howard. Ordinary.
All persons are forbiden to trade for any note
or notes made payable to J. K. Rowan,or bearer.
I have lost or mislaid a note book Containin
tlfteeu or twenty notes, most all small, including
one note on W.A. F. Stephens for one hundred
and fifty dollars and sixty-eight cents, date
Feb. 26th 1887 with a credit of thirty dollars.
Any one returning the above notes to me will il
liberally rewarded. J. K. Rowan. 719-**
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