THE CARROLL FREE PRESS, CARROLLTON, CARROLL COUNTY, OA.
Red Cedar Shingles
Famous Brand 5x
I have just received 2 cars of the Fa
mous Brand 5X Red Cedar Shingles.
Also all grades of Flooring and Ceiling.
Window Glass a specialty. See me be
D. F. NEW
THE fount DISTRICT A. & M. SCHOOL
A School of Merit and Excellent Facili
ties for Boys and Girls
Strong Literary Courses; Live-stock and Poultry;
Agriculture; Domestic Science;
Expresssion and Music.
Normal Training for High School Students.
Entire expenses for Spring Term, including board,
$58.50. Any ambitious boy or girl can go to school.
For further information, write
IRVINE S. INGRAM, Principal
Boost Carrollton"—Trade At Home
ROOPVILLE, ROUTE 1
Wo had the heaviest freeze Friday
morning that we have had this wnter.
A lot of moving is taking place in
Mr. Wash Shoemake adn Mr. Clint
Davis havo moved on Mr. J. T. Veal’s
Mr. Cecil Cater will move on Mr.
W .F. McrroU’s place.
Mr. Clove Smith rnmo through this
community one day last week.
The birthday dinnor given by Mrs
A. C. Ragland Tuesdny, December the
11th, in honor of hor’s and Miss Ada
Morrell’s birthday, was enjoyed by all
present. Thoso present wero ns fol
lows: Mr. arid Mrs. B. H. Brown and
dnughter, Bavenia, Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
Morrell and chldron, Mr. and Mrs. Tu-
rion Brown, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mor
rell, Mr. and Mrs. Lvun Hagland and
Mrs. Lizzie Ragland.
Mr. and Mrs, Dock Morgan announce
tho birth of a dnughter.
There is n ease of measles at. Mr.
Miss Nuvana Spruill spent Sunday
night with Miss Ada Morrell.
Mr. and Mrs. Honry Neighbors gave
an entertainment last Monday night.
Messrs. John Talley and Henry Rich
ards Bpont the week-end in Atlanta
visiting tho latter’s brother.
Elder Leo Hanks and Mr. M. M.
Mulloy spent Friday night wilh Mr.
Frank Morrell and family.
Several attended preaching at Bethel
Saturday, hut was rained out Sunday.
Mr. Amos Rhalnutt re covered part
of his house last week.
MiRs Rosie Morrell returned homo
Sunday night after a two week’s visit
to hor aunt, Mrs. M. J. Brook, and re
ports a very nice time. Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Morrell accompanied her home and
spent Sunday night.
Merry Christmas and happy New
Year to tire oditor and many rendeds.
WANTED—Men or women to take
orders for genuine guaranteed hosiory
for men, women and children. Elimi
nates darning. Salary $75 a week full
time, $1.50 an hour spare time. Cot
tons, heathers, silks.—INTERNATION
AL STOCKING MILLS, Norristown,
I T IS not at all surprising that the new
Fordor Sedan is proving extremely
popular as a Christmas gift. For this
handsome closed type body is a truly
exceptional value at its present low
Important improvements in outward
design and interior appointments have
made it a much more
attractive car — more I You can buy this car through the
gracefully proportioned, I 'y>2eAly3ltrcJiaie^f‘Jarv .
more richly furnished. 1
Notable among the changes introduced
are a higher radiator, larger hood and
cowl, water-tight windshield, more
sturdy steering column, broadcloth
upholstery, revolving type window-
regulators and bar type door handles.
Inspect thi9 new Fordor Sedan at
your first opportunity and arrange-
for its delivery on Christmas morning.
It will be a pleasant
surprise for every
member of your
W. L. FOLDS
IT IS 50 NICE 70 BE ABLE TO HAVE ALL OUR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
INSTALLED BY OUR HOME ELECTRICAL PEOPLE.”
"YES,EVERYTHING WORKS 50 PERfECTLY, THAT IT IS A PLEASURE
TO BE A MAID HERE.”
The modern woman, the woman who thinks before she acts, is
daily acquiring more rest and com fort through the great service of
electricity. The drudgery of the p ast is forgotten in the pleasures of
the living present and all because the home merchant gave considera
tion to the happiness of his patron.
MORAL:—Home-buying is the basis of satisfaction and commu
nity prosperity. !
Schools, churches, good roads, streets and all city and county im-
nrovements are supported by these MERCHANTS and BANKERS.
JACKSON’S 10c STORE
6c AND 10c GOODS
Garden and Field Seeds and
66 PUBLIC SQUARE
Repairing, Diamonds Engraving,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Cat
Glass, Silverware and China
Dry Goods, 8hoes, Clothing
And Ladles’ Ready-to-Wear
everything that a good
DRUG STORE SHOULD HAVE
First. Nat’l. Bank Bldg.
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing
19 ALA. ST.
JONES DRUG CO.
May We Serve Yon?
ROBINSON & WAUSJSR
GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES
If your NEIGHBOR is not your
friend, bake him so, by being his
friend. Trade at HOME.
COAL and COKE
meal and HULLS
J. N. JOHNSON
60 Public Square
ROOP HARDWARE CO.
Paints, Tires, Gas, Oils
A. J. BASKIN COMPANY
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, NO
TIONS, SHOES, HATS AND
T. H. MERRELL CO.
One Price—Spot Gash
OUTFITTERS for THE WHOLE
East side Public Square—Next to
KYTLE & AYCOCK
T. J. Aycock, Prop.
Furniture, Carpets, Phonographs,
Pianos, Sewing Machines
HORTON’S BOOK STORE
JEWELRY, OUT GLASS,
Kodaks and Sporting Goods
8 PUBLIC SQUARE
BOSTON DRY GOODS
Satisfaction our motto, or your
SMITH & CADLE
Buy at home—set what you buy
and get the best for the price
no matter what the
price wi tv be
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, La
FOR CASH—FOR LESS
W. S. CAMPBELL
PLUMBING and HEATING
SHEET METAL WORK
W. L. FOLDS
Telephone 396 Open All Night
GEENRAL HARDWARE, BUG
GIES, STOVES, PIOWS, ETO.
Agents for Chattanooga Flows
and Norman Buggies
PHONE 74 PUB. BQUABB
STUDEBAKER MOTOR CARS
Tires, Tubes, Auto Accessories,
32 NEWNAN ST. PHONE 307
“This is a Studebaker Year”
THE FIRST NATIONAL
The Oldest, Strongest and Only
National Bank in Carroll
MOORE & CLEIN
THE BARGAIN MERCHANTS
You Will Always Find Us Or.
THE FARMERS STORE
Wholesale and Retail
Groceries, Flour, Hay,
Grain and Feed Stuff