KILGORE <fe KELLY
ARE STILL CARRYING ON THEIR CLEARANCE SALE.
All summer L r oods will be sold at greatly reduced prices as they must close out a large lot of goods to make room for their new fall
goods. Do not fail to call and see for yourself. This is no fake sale, they mean what they say. You have seen in plain figures through
this paper a number of their exceedingly low prices. But the-half has not been told yet, when they know it is going to be a cash sale.
These low prices will not last always; make hay for yourself while the sun shines.
They are Anxious to please,
These cut prices are for everybody at
KILGORE AX I) KELLY.
Almost ready to tip our leaver to
Mr. Cotton Patch, with instructions
to make cotton; if it can’t, to try
ii’s luck on wool.
We are having some extra fine
weather, just now, for killing cot
ton’s greatest enemy, grass.
Avery able sermon was delivered
by Brother Oxford, of Atlanta, last
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardy spent
last week with relatives near the
Some of our bovs left Monday for
Chickamauga. Ye scribe would
like to have gone, but didn’t have
the where-with. It seems to me, if
I was the editor of a paper, that I
would give my correspondents a free
ride somewhere. ’Spose you think
about that some? (As our honora
ble body, the legislature, abolished
all Kupn passes, that, of course, in
cludes us. However, we suggest
that you climb aboard the Bryan
band wagon. Ed.)
There is going to be a wedding in
our midst at ah early date.
Mr. (.Sc >orge Hardy and family
spent the day in this section Sun
Mrs. Mollie Haney is very ill at
Miss Fannie Light has returned
from North Carolina.
Mr. ,T. T. Martin and family
spent the day near Mulberry last
We are going to have a picnic
soon ami a jolly time we’ll have.
Come up, all ye that set the type
and push the pencil. (Coming )
Mr. Cleveland Banks, of Walnut,
was with us Sunday.
Prof. Riehburg, who has been
quite sick, is much better.
Mr. M H. Situs has returned
from South Georgia. lie says that
our crops tin* looking better than
those of the section he visited.
Some of our boys will leave in a
few days for Alabama.
We sure got our paper last week.
The trouble was, we had to hunt
the key to get it out. Sauer.
Crops arc looking fine in this
Mr. and Mrs. John Clack spent
Saturday and Sunday in Winder,
the guest of Mr. Willie Clack's
Mr. and Mrs. House, were the
guest of D. D. Jones family Tues
Miss Jodie Wood, of this place
spent last week at Winder, the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Alma
Mr. and Mrs. Ix'sser (Hack spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
Mr. aud Mrs. Rastus Perk ins family.
Mr. (Jraffie Austin, of near Beth
lehem, spent Sunday in our hurg.
Mr. and Mrs. 1.. 1,. Rogers, Mrs.
Tuck and Mrs. Emma Attawav at
tended preaching at Chapel Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward spent
Sunday with 'Jr. Albert Clack's
Rev. Foster will fill his regular
appointment here next Sunday
Air. and Mrs. Asbury Smith
spent Wednesday night with Mr.
J. W. Patton’s family.
We sure had bread here on the
The Prosperity Club is getting
new members every day.
Mis. L. (’. Allen returned from
Augusta last week.
Mrs. Sadie Darby Tracy and chil
dren, of Century, Fla., are welcome
visitors here for the summer.
Miss Inez and May Allen King,
of Atlanta, are spending the sum
Miss Ola Darby, of Vidalia, and
Miss Lena Bell, of Monroe, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Breedlove.
Miss B. Kilgore,of Villa Rica, and
Miss Bessie Kilgore, of Girard, Ala.,
are visiting their sister Mrs. J..R.
Hosch, for the summer.
Mr. J.*A. Faulker, of Colliert, is
visiting friends here this week.
Mr. O. J. Adams of Monroe was
visiting home folks last week and —
The Farmers report crops in good
shape. Johnnie Green hasn't had
much show this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Breedlove enter
tained the younger set Tuesday night
with an ice cream supper.
Our school opened up fine here
with Prof. J. H. Breedlove as prin
cipal, Miss Flora Wilson first assis
tant, Miss Yula Blal oek second assis
tant- Wahs T. Ritlaw.
C. D., G. W. C. and J. M.
Holliday, Ira Segars, Guy Strick
land, F. I). Freeman, W. J Mar
gin and Misses Margie and Allice
Holliday attended the barbecue
and dance Thursday of last week
Mrs. Sam Fulcher and Mrs.
\V- A Fulcher spent Saturday in
J. G. Burson and Miss Cynthia
Henry, of Stathain, spent Saturday
After a long sickness with Con
sumption Miss Bessie Whitehead
died last Friday night, July 10
She was buried at Lebanon church
lust Sunday at 12:00 o'clock, Rev.
George D. Stone conducting the
funeral services. She leaves a fath
er, two listers and two brothers and
a host of relatives and friends to
mourn her early demise. We drop
a tear of grief with those who mourn
in this, their sad hour of bereave
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. A. Wills, and
W. T. Wills, of Jefferson, Mr. and
Mrs. D. 0. Elder, of Gallilee, spent
Sunday in our midst.
Miss Lola May Nash, of Clarke
county, is spending a short while
here with relatives.
HuU rt Martin attended the sing
ing at Oconee Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Dooley, of
Jeff' rson, spent Sunday here with
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Guest.
Two certain men forgot and
hitched their mule to the wrong
buggy Sundav at Lebanon.
E. B. B.
School is progressing nicely under
the management of Misses Loren a
Aderhold and Blondene Bridges, of
Mr. and Mrs. T. ('. Banks visited
relatives at County Line Saturday
Little Henry Meadow, from Can
ton, is spending the summer here
with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Barnett.
He going to school.
Delegates from here to the con
vention at Jefferson are Messrs W.
H. and W. A. Banks, Misses
Marelle Barnett and Etta Evans.
Big all-day singing at Mountain
Creek Sunday. Rev. Bridges says
the most of the time will be taken up
in “sparking.” Boys, come.
James Bell, our mail carrier on
Route 24, has as his substitute Mr-
Russ Hosch. We know him person
ally and think he will make a fin 0
R. F. 1). boy.
Sunday school is on a whiz.
Come one come all. The singing
is also excellent.
We are requested to say that the
cemetery at this place will be cleaned
off on Thursday before the first Sun
day in August. We ask everybody
to come and help.
Mr. Willie Garner, beiter known
as “Bill,” died last Monday from
indigestion and was buried at
Walnut Wednesday. We extend
our sympathy to the beieaved ones.
A nice pool will be erected near
the spring for the purpose of bap
tising. The pool is much needed.
Guy Roberts of Pendergrass visits
Hosch ton quite often, there must
be some attraction.
Prof. Henry F. Bird will con
duct a series of singing schools at
Zion the two first weeks in August.
He is a fine teacher.
Our school is progressing nicely
under the care of Mr. Walter Rainey,
principal, Miss Lilian Moore as
Protracted meeting will begin at
this place next fourth Saturday.
Sunday school is progressing
nicely. Everybody is invited to
Mr and Mrs. R. N. Foster, of
Monroe, visited homefolks Sunday.
Mr.and Mrs. Vasco Segars, of
Winder, attended Sunday school at
this place Sunday.
Mr. Carl Hardigree and sister,
Miss Viola, visited relatives in this
section Saturday night.
Mr. Ezra Hope and Hosea Wal
lace attended the singing at Oconee
Messrs. Carl Hardigree, Lester
Hammonds. Mark and Grady Segars
attended Sunday school at Long
View Sunday afternoon.
Social news is scarce this week.
Mr. A. A. Darby and son, of
Vidalia, Ga., are on extended visit
to relatives and friends in and
around this place.
Misses Genorna and lona Miller
are entertaining Misses Gertrude and
Zilla Austin, of Atlanta, this week.
lee cream suppers are no rairity
nowadays. It seems that they are
The seining “fit'' did not last
long. Just long enough to get a fel
low good wet.
School opened here a week ago
with a good attendance.
The Concrete company of this
place is doing quite a lot of work
in Monroe, Social Circle and other
R. L. Manning and Emory Harris
went to Atlanta last Tuesday.
Walton county was well represent
eel at the populist notification con
vention last week. ’Twas a great
occasion,in that the crowd was large,
orderly, harmonious and determin
ed. Seven thousand people heard
Mr. Watson |Thursday and 10.000
to 12.CM.KJ at night. There has never
been such an ovation given any one
in Georgia, as was accorded to Mr.
Watson Thursday night. Mr.
Watson’s explanation of his position
in the last campaign was explicit
and convincing. He showed that
any other position would have been
entirely against his former attitude
toward state issues.
Mr. Matson said some were not
willing to risk his judgement in
politics, but in a life and death
case in the court house, they would
pay him to represent them —want
afraid, then, See?
With the negro out of politics,
whiskey out of the negro, and with
the disgraceful convict lease system
abolished and a government rail
road running aroud the state, why,
of course we will be in better shape.
But we wont stop at^ihese —onward
is our motto. W. W.
Our literary school is progressing
nicely now under care of Prof. Geo.
Misses Ada McDonald and Bertha
Smith were the guests of Miss Ger
trude Ross last Saturday night.
We are sorry to say that Mr. -J. C
Pentcost is on the sick list this week.
Mrs. J.C. HancocK,of near Mays
vile, visited relatives in this section
Ml the patrons of the literary
school at this place are requested to
meet at the school house next Sat
urday, .July 18. Business of im
Miss Bertha McDonald visited
relatives at Statham Sunday.
Mrs. MoEver and little grand
daughter, Pauline, have returned
home from a visit to relatives of near
1 see the County Line correspon
dent wants J. M- Haynie to come
up and give his platform. I will
say for Haynie that the law made
by the legislature will be his plat
form and will l>e the man's plat
form that is elected. We will also
say that he will treat all sections of
the county alike.
Our Sunday school is on a boom
now. Everybody invited to come.
Mr. Walter Finch was the guest
of Mr. Fetch Lyle last Saturday
Miss Dalton of near County Line
is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Manda
Finch, of this place.
Mr. Pope Bowman, of Florida, is
visiting Mr. R. N. Pentecost and
family this week.
Pentecost and Pleasant Hill will
play ball at Pleasant Hill next Sat
Rev. Sumrnerour’s wife will
preach at Corinth next Sunday
morning at 11 o’clock. Sunday
school at 9 o’clock.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Odum visit
ed Mr. and Mrs.J. T. Hinesly Sun
Mr. Green Millsaps and family
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. W.
Kenney Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fuller visit
ed at Bethlehem Sunday, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Odum.
Misses Emma, Ida and Mr. Geo.
Smith visited Miss Mamie Odum
and Mr. Charlie Morrow Sunday
Master Green Smith visited Mr.
Tharon Hinesly Saturday night
Mr. Herchcl Herndon visited Mr.
John Hinesly Saturday and Sun
Mrs. P. W. KennJy jvas very
sick last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Lou Smith is very sick at
Several from here attended
preaching at the Holiness church
Mrs. J. H. Bedingfield visited
Bethlehem Friday afternoon.
Miss Lora Chandler, who has been
very sick, is some better at this
Several from here are talking of
going to Ebernezer next Sunday to
hear the Wages family, of Athens
Copyright 1907, by Outcauli Advertising Cos., Cngo
July 16, 1908.
The Japanese lived
on rice when they had
a war with the Rus
sians. It must have
made them strong.
Rice is good for
breakfast. I eat it
three times a day. I
don't have the heart
burn. Do you? if you
do, try making a din
ner off of rice.
P. S. Our grocer is
The Gem Grocery Cos.