©Dissolution Prices on New
Made by HACKETT CARHART & CO., which
insures the 'wearer the very latest style and
$30.00 Suits now .... $25.00
27.50 “ “ 22.50
25.00 “ “ .... 20.00
22.50 “ “ 18.50
20.00 “ “ . . 17.50 and 15.00
18.Q0 “ “ 15.00 and 13.50
$15.00 Suits now .... $13.50
12.50 “ “ 10.00
20.00 Overcoats now . . . 15.00*
Ail boys Suits from ten to twenty-five per i!J |§| li \
cent Eess than usual price. I §4 '1
These Prices for Cash Only I WS 1
Adair, Webb & Cos.
F O L S O M.
Our village was mail's sad on ac
count ol' tin; death of Mi'. Morgan
Dellinger, which occurred Friday
afternoon. His death was very un
expected. He brought a bale of cot
ton to the gin at this place last Mon
day and seemed to be in usual
health. Mr. Dellinger was a frail
man, having been a cripple from
childhood. Notwithstanding ho was
very industrious, having done a
great deal of hard work. He was a
consecrated Christian gentleman
He leaves a wile and three children
a mother, two brothers and one sis
ter to mourn his departure. The be
reaved ones have our sympathy.
Mr. Henry Edwards has been on
the sick list for a few days but is
Mr. V. W. Barton lias moved his
family to Rome. We regret ver>
much to give them up.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Stephens,M r
and Mrs. Herman Dellinger and
Misses Mary, Julia and Essie Del
linger went to the fair at Calhoun
Prof, and Mrs. L. F. Head went to
Mrs. Renix and little daughter, of
Rutland, N. D., visited relatives in
this community recently.
Dr. R. S. Bradley was called to
Fail-mount professionalyy Thurs
Mrs. Mollie Lewis visited relatives
at Folsom the past week.
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Mrs. Dan Greene and children
from Cartersville, visited her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Warde, Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Addington motored to
Mr. \V. A. Haney spent Friday in
Mrs. Owen, from Calhoun, visited
her sister. Mrs. Hall, recently.
C. Fugazzi is sojourning in our
town for several days.
Quite a crowd from here attended
the Gordon County fair last week.
Dr. Cai;r has returned from Ho'
Springs considerably improved in
Mrs. Ft. S. Bradley and daughter
Dixie, were visitors here Monday.
Cotton picking and opossum hunt
ing is the order of the day.
Mr. Tol Hubbard says he went out
into the woods the other night with
opossum that weighed 18 pounds
after it was dressed.
Miss Fleecy Hubbard visited her
sister, Mrs. C. G. Carver Monday.
The singing Sunday was enjoyed
by all present. It wasgconducted by
Mrs. W. E. Hubbard’s brother, and
Mrs. George Pinion. Mr. Pinion’s
singing was a great help.
Mr. Irving Hubbard, who has been
off playing ball is now at home
again. His many friends are glad to
Rev. Peter Hubbard filled his reg
ular appointment at this place Sun
day last, and also had some good
singing with Miss Fleecy Hubbard
at the organ.
Mr. Bob Hubba<l visited bis
brother Tally Hubbard Sunday for
the first time in 40 years. We are
glad to see our old brothers get to
Messrs. Will and Jesse Hubbard
went to Rome Friday to the Wild
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hubbard are
all smiles over a fine baby boy.
. .Notice is hereby given that the
GEORGIA RAILWAY & POWER CO
lias filed with the railroad commis
sion of Geogira its petition for au
thority to issue fifteen million ($15,-
000,000'' dollars common capital
stock: Iwo million ($2,000,000' dol
lars first preferred capital stock:
ten million ($10,000,000) dollars sec
ond preferred stock and thirty mil
lion ($30,000,000) dollars first mort
gage gold bonds. Said petition has
been assigned for hearing and will
be heard before said railroad com
mission. at its office in Atlanta. Ga.
on Tuesday, November 7th, 1911, at
10 o’clock, a. m.
Georgia Railway & Power Cos.
By Alex C. King. Vice-Pres.
The books are open for payment
of Cily taxes for the year 191 l v Early
payments are desired as the books
will have to be elosed earlier thus
year than usual.
G. W. WALDRUP, Collector.
We are having winter in this sec
Mr. J. W. Adams made a trip tr
Folsom last week.
Messrs. G. W. Harris and Tom
Fowler spent one day last week in
Mr. Luther Mayfield made a call
in our community Sunday afternoon
Master Donald Denning, of near
Folsom, is spending a while with
his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W
Mr. Davis Craig passed through
our community Saturday.
Mr. Jasper Moorehead and wife
spent Sunday and Sunday night with
Mr. Lewis Holden and family.
Mr. J. B. Adams and daughter, Miss
Ora, attended services at Cassville
Rev. Vick Mathews and Miss Ella
Kitnsey passed through here Sunday
Mr. Walker Stephens was seen in
our corner Sunday afternoon.
Msr. Bob Griffin and daughter
Miss Julia, spent Saturday afternoon
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas
Mr. H. Woodring attended Sunday
School at this place Sunday.
Everybody is busy getting their
cotton off the ground.
Mr. Lewis Harris, of Ladds, is
spending a while with his uncle, Mr
Misses Clara and Onie Harris spent
Saturday afternoon with Misses Re
na and Hermon Johnson.
Mr. John Lowe, of Fairmount
spent a while in our town Saturday.
Mr. Bob Griffin attended quar
terly meeting at Cassville Thursday
The trustees of the.literary school
at this place and the patrons of this
district will meet at the school house
Saturday night to decide on who
the teacher shall be the coming term
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Yarbrough
announce the birth of a son Thurs
There will be preaching at Cass
ville at the Baptist church Sun
day morning by Rev. Mr. Bozeman
of Atlanta, who was elected pastor.
Let everybody go out.
A T C O.
Mr. and Mrs. Qavid Abies, of
Woodstock, visited their mother,
Mrs. Abies, here Saturday and Sun
We are glad to state that Mrs. W
M. Weaver, who has been on the sick
list, is improving.
Mrs. M. E. Felton spent Friday
afternoon with Mrs. M. A. Mize.
Mrs. J. B. Beavers and family
moved to Cartersville the latter part
of last week. We wish them much
success in making the change.
Miss Ida Thompson spent one
night last week with Miss Bonnie
Mr. Jim Cole left Sunday for Eto
We are glad to learn that Mr. Will
Mize is improving.
Mr. Emory Pickelsimer and Miss
Ola Crews, of Center, visited Miss
Estell Green Sunday afternoon.
From the way those chilly north
winds feel today wo think all those
winter wraps that have been stored
away in trunks and wardrobes must
be taken out and made ready to
turn hose cold winds.
Mrs. Yancey received a sad mes
sage Saturday that her brother was
Mr. Joe Thompson, of Souh Geor
gia, is spending a few days here
with his brother, Mr. Perry Thomp
Mr. Mose Looney is all smiles. It’s
A good number of the Atco peo
ple spent Sat ,y in Cartersville.
Mr. Bud .okins, of Atco, has
moved over *o 200 street. Welcome
Mr. Wadkins. We are glad to have
good people move on 200 street
Miss Maud Smith is still on the
sick list. W T e wish her a speedy re
Miss Nell Tumlin visited homo
folks last, week at Kennesaw.
Miss Nancy Abies has returned
home after spending a week with
relatives at Rome.
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* IRON HILL.
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Messrs. W. E. Wingard, L. VV. and
H. W. Meeks and J. A. Hubbard haul
ed cotton Thursday and Friday to
Cartersville and stored it away.
There are a good many on the
sick list this week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bright at
tended the singing at Macidonia
The many friends were shocked
Friday morning when the death of
Mr. Z. T. Nichols was flashed
through our neighborhood. We wen
sorry to give him up, hut God saw
host for Mr. Nichols and we had to
part with him. Mr. Nichols has been
a sufferer for over three years. He
leaves, to mourn his death, a wife,
six boys and two girls.
There were three weddings in our
vicinity Sunday. Wonder who it will
be next Sunday?
Mr. L. C. Gore was ia our vicin
Miss Lula B. Reynolds was the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Joe Ramp
*Mr. W. E. \yingard and Mr. J. A.
Hubbard were at Macedonia Sunday
Dr. R. E. Ponder, Joe Rampley and
Will Williams attended the show in
We had some frost Monday morn
We had a good rain reeenty but
not enough to raise the water in
Mr. Joe Rampley visited at River
Mr. Will Williams visited home
folks at McCormicks Mill Sunday.
Mr. Irby Henderson was in King
ston Wednesday on business.
Messrs. R. and C. Alford passed
through here enroute home Sunday
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* SUGAR VALLEY. *
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If the cold weather continues Mr
Greene is in danger.
Mr. Tom Earwood and Mr. Oscar
Allen, of Glenview, were in our
midst last Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Lee Padgett was at Rebeccas
Those who represented our valley j
at the carnival last Saturday night j
were Messrs. Lee Padgett, Grady!
Jones, Paul Padgett and John Heath j
Mr. Walker Stephens and Mr. John j
Craig were in our burg Saturday ]
Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. Ephriam |
Striplin were among relatives at !
Euharlee Sunday last.
The Brown brothers were in our!
burg Sunday afternoon.
The singing school closed at this 1
place Saturday night and Prof
Guinn will return to his home at
The singing at Liberty Hill was
a great success under Profs. Guinn
Prayer meeting will be at Mr.
Striplin’s next Sunday night. Let all
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* BERRY SCHOOL. *
We are indeed glad to see the
weather getting colder. It makes us
think of the good old winter time.
Itev. Mr. Davis, of the school, con
ducted the afternoon service last
Sunday, for which all the girls came
down. We were glad to see them.
Mr. J. W. D. Smith has the job of
firing the furnace at Crozer Hall.
Mr. Leonard Bell has his eye on
one of the girls at the girl’s school.
We had a nice time on the moun
tain last Saturday. Everybody seem
ed to enjoy themselves to the fullest
Messrs. Farris Tribble and Dick
Smith are at home at Cassville this
We have arranged a very nice pro
gram for Field Day which will come
off October 3(>th, and hope to have
a large crowd present.
The class which is studying the
! negro question in the South has got-
I ten very much interested and seem
to like the study. We hope
more such studies will be taken up
The gymnasium will soon be fin
ished. We wish it was finished now
They have about completed the
new recitation hall at the girls
j school. They are also having electric
lights put in there.
* PINE GROVE.
Rev. Bearden preached at Pine
Grove Sunday and delivered a very
interesting sermon. He will also
preach every fourth Sunday.
Mr. Will Bailey and Mr. Jay Boze
man were visitors in Stonewall Val
ley Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Poll Pruitt and sister spent
Sunday in our burg.
Mr. Will Bailey spent Saturday
with his father at Cassville.
Messrs. Jiin Bozeman and Elehue
Bailey attended the show at Car
tersville Saturday night and report
a nice time.
Messrs. Rile Tatum and Dock Cline
made a call in our corner Sunday.
Mr. E. L. Bailey made a special
call last Sunday afternoon at Wal
Wc du-j looking for some frost.
How about you all.