HACED 0 N I A.
Mr. \\ . A. Hubbard spent Friday
night with his sister and •brother
Mr. and Mrs. George Carver, at
Mr. Golden Ingram, of this place
spent the week-end with his broth
er. Mr. D. J. Ingrain, of Adairsvilie
We are sorry to know that Mr
Bob Owens is on the sick list. We
hope to see him out again soon.
Misses Etta and Estelle Jolley
spent Thursday afternoon at Black-
Mile, the guests of Miss Sallie Tay
Mr. Will Tate and family spent
Sunday at Riverside with friends
Mr. D. I>. Dover made a business
trip to Cartersville Saturday.
Messrs. John Hubbard and W. E
"Wingard, of Iron Hill, were visitors
in out burg Sunday evening.
Mr. Jack Ingram and son hauled
i load of cotton to Kingston Satu
The singing at this place was a
Mr. John Shelly, of Ford, was here
Mr. E. Hubbard spent Sunday at
Ford with Messrs Lonnie and Irte
Mr. Dave Dover was in Taylois
\ il!e Friday.
Mr. W. A. Hubbard was at Ford
There will be singing at I.igon
school house next third Sunday af
it-rnoon. Everybody cordially iii\itcd
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Carver mad*
;> business trip to Kingston Satur
We are glad to hear that Mr. Jiir
Drummonds is better.
EUHAR L E E.
Everybody is busy at school now
thinking about tho Fair next week
and if somebody don’t look out they
•will get beat.
Dr. J. F. McGowan was a visitor
to Cartersville Tuesday.
Miss Emma Gardner visited home
folks at Adairsville Saturday.
Miss Allie Tinsley, of Cartersville,
visited Mrs. J. B. Mullinax last week
Mark Jolley, of Oak Grove, was
Three Good Shows in One
The Seventh District Corn Show
The Bartow County School Pair
The Bartow County Poultry Show
CARTERSVILLE, GA-, NOV. 1-4
The Com Club of the 13 Counties of the Seventh District will make Splen
did Exhibits. Special Corn club Days, Nov. 2-3
Thirty Schools Making Exhibits in School Fair===Only Display of Its Kind in North Georgia.
Nov. 1, Gates open 10 a. m. Bartow County Corn Club Nov. 3, Gates open 9a. m. Corn Club and Childrens Day.
Contest and Live Stock Day. ' 10:30. Address, Hon. O. H. Benson, Washington, D. C.
Nov. 2, Gates open 9a. m. Poultry Day. Awarding of Prizes in Corn Club and School Fair.
11 a. m. Address, Dr. A. M. Soule. KT A n n . l . i
2p. m. Address, Loring Brown. Nov - 4 ‘ Gates ope " 9a ' “j A Gates cloSe at 1 P ’ m ’
Bp. m. Address, Supt. M. L. Brittain. Fair Open each night until iop. m.
ADMISSION lO CENTS.
with relatives Sunday.
Miss Mo/.eile Butler was the goes'
of her sister. Mrs. C. M. Muncher
Next Sunday wilt be Children's
Day at the Presbyterian church
V hope to see a large crowd out.
Mr. Bill Taylor visited home folk;
Going to shows seems to be the
order of the day.
Messrs. P. M. Mansfield and W.
H. Chapman attended the I. O. 0. F.
meeting in Cartersville Thursday
Messrs. O. 0. Henson and L. L.
Gilstrap, of Emerson, passed through
our burg on their way to Carters
ville to attend the Odd Fellows
meeting Thursday evening.
Mr. J. D. Bishop,'of Ladds, was a
very interesting visitor to the G. P.
0. Mines Friday. Mr. Bishop, form
erly. was superintendent of these
Mr. J. 1 >. Smith is contemplating
the sale of his farm: it is hoped j
however, that he will not move far
Mr. L. B. Womiesdorf. superinten
dent of the Ochre works. at Ibis
place, visited Mr. Miller, of Ateo j
in Atlanta one day this,week.
Miss V.!:c Tinsley paid Mrs. W
H. Chapman a short visit Tuesday j
Mrs. W. H. Chapman and daughter j
Miss Nevada, were visitors to Miss
Adeline Heath one day this week.
Mr. John Heath, of Cartersville
was a visitor to Peru Sunday.
Rex. Jordan filled his regular ap
pointment very fitly at Peru Sunday
Messrs. P. M. Mansfield and Ar
thur Smith made a trip to Pine Log
Mesdames Tlios. Roach, Matthew
Cofer and Roland Prince, of At
lanta, are visiting Mrs. T. A. Jenkins
who is still very sick.
The new game law seems to be
strictly observed in our community.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dysart, of
Pumpkinvine, attended divine serv
ices here Sunday.
Mi. Wesley Young, of Kingston
was m our vicinity Thursday.
Mr. M. C. Nelson, of Euharlce
was in our community one day re
Mr. S. G. Dodd, of Ford, was in
our vicinity Sunday.
Mr. R. F. Jolly, of Oak Grove
passed through our midst Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cantrell were
\isiting the latter's parents, Mr. ano
Mrs. Daniel Starnes, Sunday.
Mrs. Fannie Worthington was ir
our midst Sunday the guest of Mrs
W. R, Reynolds.
Mr. R. H. Bearden spent Sunday
the guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Bearden, of Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Rampley spent
Saturday and Sunday the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Deems, of near
Mr. Lee Meeks, of Ligon, was in
Cartersville one day last week.
Mr. Clarence Dodd was in our vi
emit > Sunday.
Messrs. ('Hover, .fere'.and l
Dodd were m our vicinity Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Rampley wei
in our vicinity Sunday.
Mr. Frank Neison was in our com
Mr. W. It. Reynolds was at Eu
11arlet> one day last week.
Mr. Felton Shelly was in our com
Mrs. Minnie Stephens, of Alco, h
spending a while the guest of lit
grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. (.)
Shelley, o! this place.
Mi'. D. I. Sims was in Kingston
Mr. G. M. Shelley was al Ateo Sun
Misses Annie and Dora Hubbard
spent Sunday the guests of theii
sister, Mrs. L. Forsyth, of near Ford,
Mr. R. G. Moore was in our midst
one day last week.
Mr. H. B. Archer, of Oak Grove
was in our community recently.
Mr. Alfred Kennedy and Miss Thela
Couch passed through our midst
one day last week.
Mrs. W. L. Rampley spent the
week-end at Ligon the guests of rel
atives and friends.
Mr. G. J. Jemes passed through our
vicinity one day last week.
To the Farmer!
We buy everything you have to sell and can sell
you anything in the way of feed either for man
or beast. We pay highest prices for produce,
chickens, eggs, butter, etc., and will help you
out on your cotton. Call to see us.
To the People in General:
We have the biggest and most up-to-date gro
cery store in the city. Call or phone us when
wanting anything in the ‘‘eating line.
E. MATTHEWS & SON
Telephone 12 6 E. Main Street