Colton picking is about over in
It seems as it summer is over ami
winter lias come.
Mrs. A. J. Lewis visited Mr. am'
Mrs. Janies Haney Saturday night
Misses Claudio and Josie Lewis
of Center, visited their sis'.e.r. Mrs
Most' Looney, of Atco. Sunday, who
is all smiles over a fine iiaby boy.
Mr. Jaiili s Lew's. of Tennessee',
was in euir burg Sunday.
Mr. Alin ; i l.ewis - boa-ding at
Mr. it. I*. Tranham s now.
Smi.tJ.v Sclio.'l • I ling ailing
nicely, koi mted Su "• •
J. (tar-el|. of Ci nle:-. : nd Mr. Wil
liam I ' : 0:1111.
li onb of I!;is r.oimnni.'iy ius!< a.t 1
of using Morig:e.a r l.lltei coU.'U
seed i: -. and 1 leh! liiter , U e* i I col
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* G L E N V i E VV.
it seem- .‘.mil r has come and we
ai'e having some real cool weather
Mr. and Mis. Harvey isruce wen
ill \\ heeler.- Sunday.
We are sorry to report that Mrs
A. J. Larwood in on the sick, Lst.
Mr. and M:s. Craw lord Neal vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Will Hailey, ol
Bimltiv die, Sunday.
Mrs. Oscar Cowart visited her
mother, Mrs. K. C. Atkinson, Sunday
Mr. Henry Moore and wife spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. H. T. Cox and Mrs. K. C. At
kinson were the guests of Mrs. A. J
Earwood Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Atkinson spent
Sunday in Cartersville the guest of
•fir. and Mrs. George Gaines.
Mr. and Mrs. L). T. Smith, of
passed through our burg
Mr. and Mrs. Law wore in our vi
Mr. Oscar Alien, of /Gbaesdale,
ap*pi -Saturday niflUt.Mr. Tgnt
Misses Minnie, and Carrie Lantern
wore visitors at Cass Sunday after
Mr. Ed Mere.er called at the home
•f Mr. Elbert Erwin Sunday after
, Messrs. Ernest Turner und James
Cowart were the guests of Mr. Torn
Miss Sadie Leu Earwood was in
Cartersville Saturday afternoon.
Messrs. Arthur Cox, Ernest Lan
■tern and Oscar Allen were the
fueet of Mr. Torn Earwood Sunday
Mr. Bill Sanford was here Sunday
Several from here altended the
show at Cartersville last week.
Mr. Fletcher Atkinson was in Car
M VRCBIB ON.
We art having some real too!
•woather at this writing for cotton
Mr. L. C. Chapman, of Kingston,
was in our community one day last
wort col loot ing road tax.
Mr. L. L. Mathis spent one day
last week at Calhoun.
Mrs. A. I’. \\ ilson spent the week
end with her daughter, Mrs. C. H.
Hammonds, near Home.
Messrs. A. F. Wilson and J. L.
Wheeler, of Sugar Valley, were rn
-our community last week.
Messrs. L. L. Mathis and Hen Hire
were in Kingston Saturday night on
Mr. J. M. Sullins was in Kingston
one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. hey Dinning, of Gass,
were in our ronimnnity Sunday the
guests of the hitter's parents. Mr
and Mrs. J. M. Sullins.
Mr. Lee Martin, of Sugar Valley,
visited friends in our conn,no . ity
Saturday night, and Sunday.
Mr. Will MeMikin was in our com
munity Saturday night.
Mr. John Andrews, of Linwootl
was in our community Sunday.
Mr. I). W. Young was in Cart* cs
Mr. C. H. Howell gave a eolL n
picking Sat rday and a randy draw
ing Saturday night whirls weie en
joyed by al! present.
Mr. Henry Wheeler happen* <1 to
-the misfortune of having a fine cow
die last week.
Mr. J. W. Jones, of near Gn-sville
was in our community one day hr-1
week on business.
When you eel! your cotton don’t
forget about your subscription to ]
It I C II A ft lS CORN E It. ’
Cotton picking is the order of the
Xvlr. Jack Yancey, of White, has
typhoid fever. We hope for him a
hjM iMiy recovery.
the little soil of Mr. and Mrs.
George Chapell was buried at Cross
Hoads lasi Sunday. We sympathize
vcitri the. bereaved parents.
M: sure. Oscar Allen and Torn Ear
vid Tribble, of \V iiite, last Sunday,
wood, of Glenview, visited Mr. Da-
Mr. W. H. (loodridge made a trip
to Cacl.rrsville Wednesday.
Mrs. Vii'i.i A.len, ol Glenview,
n;, ia.-i iiiday with her biidlnr
itii*. Vv . li. i.oodii ige, i>l White,
ii ii ilible. of Wnite, at
f I 11. 'll t - t ..g ill O -t->d't I'
N; r-. Hi adley and Mrs. Iticliaru.-
v.cie the guests of Mr.-. Itamioipu
H;u ton will preach at While
Sunday morning and llev. VlrGh t
Miss Alma Goodridge visited -
Eliza aii<l Kate Richards 1 m -day
Miss Carrie Vaughan visited Mi-s
Nell White -Sunday night.
Mr. Wallace Gunn visited the sing
ing at White Sunday afternoon.
T A V L O it S \ ILL E.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Davis were in
Atlanta last week to attend the fun
eral of Miss Aliine Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart we.;*
recent visitors to Atlanta.
Mrs. A. K. McGinnis entertained
the sewing club on Thursday after
noon. After an hour spent with fan
cy work a delicious salad course
Mi. Paul Moon, of Home, was in
Mr. J. H. Cerbin and family, of
Oartersville, spent a few days last
week with Mr. W. M. Trippe.
Mrs. S. E. Shaw entertained her
Sunday School class on last Friday
dveaing. *• ’■ ' "
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davis anuounc*
the birth of a son, who has beer
named James Henry, Jr.
Miss Jessie Haiford spent Sunday
Mrs. Iris Swinney, Mrs. Ronald
Shaw, Mrs. J. F. Parker and Mr9
A. H. Stewart were in Cartersvi|le
Mr. and Mi's. John Trippe spent
Sunday with the former’s parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. M Trippe.
Mrs. J. M. Dorsey visited her son
Mr. W. M. Dorsey, of Oartersville
a few days last week.
Miss 01 lie Hampton, of Rome, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Lan
Irene Jones, the little daughter o r
Mrs, Miller Jones, of Rockmart, was
buried here last Monday.
Miss Emma Ballard and Mr. Joe
R. Summerville, of Birmingham
Ala., formerly of Taylorsville, were
home of the bride near Taylorsville
Rev. B. Z. Barron, ef Powder Springs
performed the ceremony.
Dr. and Mrs. Landrum motored to
Rome last week.
Mr. Gilbert Kennedy happened tr
a painful accident last week while
driving with a load of cotton to
Home. His mules became frightened
at an automobile and he was thrown
from the wagon and his leg was
crushed by the wheels.
DANDRUFF AND IITGMING
SCALP YIELD TO
Why should you continue to ex
periment vviili greasy salves, lotions
and fancy hair dressings trying to
rid your scalp of germ life. They
can't do it because they cannot pen
eirate to the seat of the trouble and
draw the germ life to the surface
et the scalp and destroy it.
Why not try a proven REMEDY?
One that will do this. We have a
remedy that will rid the scalp of
germ 1 ,fe and in (his way will cure
DANDRUFF and ITCHING SCALP.
L’fiis remedy is ZF.MO, i clean, re
pin'd. penetrating scalp tonic thai
goes right to the seat of :ii< trouble
ad drives the germ life •,.* the sur
f.ve and destroys it.
A shampoo with ZEMO (ANTI
sKt'TIC; SOAP and one applieaii* n
*f ZEMO will entir% rid the s alp
of dandruff and scurf. Do not Ivs
ifatr. hut get a bottle of ZEMO
today. It acts on anew principle
end will do exactly what we claim
Sold and endorsed by the M. F.
Word drug store.
Lot of fine pigs for sale. Come
early and gel choice.
YOUNG BROS. FARM.
lilt. SOCLE TO BE AT
THE BOYS' COlt\ FAIR.;
Athens, Ga., Oct. 10, 1911.
Dr. Wrn. Bradford,
Dear Dr. Bradford:
The splendid work done by the
Boys and Girls' Clubs in the 7th
Congressional district lias been a
matter- of great pleasure and salis
faclion to ad associated with our ex
tenlion department. 1 was deeply
grateful, therefore, when I receiv
ed an invitation to be present at
the 7th. district Corn Fair to be held
at Carters vilie on November 2nd
for the purpose of talking to th* i
teach-rs and sr.hool officers and fhej
boys and girls and their mothers j
and fathers. 1 believe this should tr 1
on occasion wOrlh much to Ihe 7f !t
dislrici, and that no pairs or effort
slku: i bo spa rod on the pari of the;
oounly author 1 .os to h:ivo their,
officers and t* achers present. with j
.. I, ci (onlingent of young people >
Kill •cation lu s :.l lasi broken down j
the harrier which has .-o long ex- i
islod l.ilwi in ihe farmer and the |
scieiilist, and is harmonizing the
cft'oil of both along conslructiv
and efficient line-. Tin- good peon!*
ol Georgia arc ,jusl beginning I- j
drink deeply at the fountain ag- I
rieulfural knowledge, and if il may I
ho the good fortune of Ihe agencies
■•ha: cod with tin* dissemination of
the truths which tin* devoted work!
of scientists and philanlhrophists:
lias made .known, an era of pros-!
pei ity and success is just opening ■
up which will surpass in agricul- 1
tural realization our fondest dreams
I am making a special effort tr ,
got together some rlata and inforina- 1
lion which 1 believe is of vital con- !
c.ern to the welfare of the good peo
ple of the 7th district for the little
talk I am to make at Cartersville on
November 2nd. I hope I shall be able
to present a message which will he
of more than passing importance
and 1 trust 1 may have a large and
representative audience to talk to
on that occasion. I am very anxious
to secure the co-operation of thr
school officers, teachers and par
ents in the campaign for the re
direction of our agricultural prac
Trusting that the occasion may
be a happy one for all concerned
and thanking you for the privilege
extended me of attending this Fair
and again meeting with the good
people of the 7th Congressional dis
trict, I am.
A. M. SOULE, 'Pres.
To Boys’ Corn Club Members:
You have already been informed
that the Seventh district contest
will be held at Gartersville, Novem
ber Ist to 4th and the Southern Corn
Show at Atlanta, November 21st to
24th. We are expecting all of you to
exhibit at both of these contest
and hope you will let nothing stand
in your way of attending the corn
show in Cartersville, one or two
'days at least, if not all the time.
Y’op will be gratified to learn that
the Seventh district boys who ex
hibited at the State Fair in Macon
carried off more prizes than the
hoys from any other section of the
state. We are therefore, expecting
the Seventh district boys to have an
excellent exhibit at Cartersville and
we shall carry your exhibit froir
Oartersville to Atlanta to the South
ern Corn Show. Please select ten
ears of your best seed corn as early
as possible and fill out the report
blank and send both to your county
school commissioner not later than
•he 30th of this month. We expert
to give a prize to every boy who ex
hibits at both of these contests
Theerfore, let me urge ypu not to
neglect sending your exhibit to the
county school commissioner until if
is too late. No matter what has hap
pened to your crop if you will fill
out the blank report, and send in ;>
ten ear extiibit. you will secure
something for your trouble. Let m<
express again my gratitude for your
excellent showing at the State Fair
and the encouragement given \ s
movement by the business men, tin
press and the public spirited citi
zens of your county. They will be
well paid for their trouble through
Hoping that f may have the pleas
ure of seeing you exhibit and meet
ing some of you personally in Car
tersville and Atlanta. I n,.g t„ re
main, Yours very truly,
J. PHIL CAMPBELL.
Special Agt. in School Extension.
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kindly renew as now is the time we
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HORACE W. HOWARD
Am now moving into my new three story
building on Erwin street.
Will soon have everything in shape in both
departments. My repository for buggies and
wagons will be on the second floor. We will
keep .whatever dye trade best
goods at prices, cash or easy terms with
On the first floor I will have an undertak
ing parlor, also a morgue and a chapel. This
is anew thing for Cartersville and Bartow
County, and 1 believe it has long been needed.
COME TO SEE US.
JOHN \V. JONES
PHONE 26. •
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and trade with these business men,
they will appreciate your business, and
give you good bargains.