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Full text of "Walker County messenger, 1916-1921"

WALKER COUINTY 

MESSENGER 

1916-1921 



Jeannette HoEand Austin 






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lEMMMETTE MmLMMIJ JSlfSTIA' 



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OTHER BOOKS AVAILABLE: 

ABSTRACTS OF GEORGIA WILLS, VOL. I (Counties of: Banks, Baldwin, 
Butts, Camden, Campbell, Chattahoochee, Clarke, Clayton, 
Columbia, Coweta, Dawson, DeKalb, Dodge, Dooly, Effingham, 
Elbert, Glynn, Fayette, Fulton, Glynn, Greene, Gwinnett). 

ABSTRACTS OF GEORGIA WILLS, VOL. II (Counties of: Hall, Hancock, 
Harris, Jackson, Jones, Laurens, Lee, Lincoln, Lumpkin, Madison, 
Marlon, Milton, Monroe, Montgomery, Murray, Newton, Oglethorpe. 

ALABAMA BIBLES 

N. C. - S. C. BIBLES 

VIRGINIA BIBLES 

ABSTRACTS OF SOME REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 

ATLANTA CONSTITUTION (1868-1890) 

PAULDING CO., GA. MARRIAGES (1834=1906) 

DEATHS OF REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS WHO DIED IN GEORGIA 

COLONIAL GEORGIANS 

WALKER COUNTY MESSENGER (GA.) NEWSPAPER (1916-1921) 

WILKES AND LINCOLN CO.'S, GA. GENEALOGIES 

WASHINGTON CO., GA. DEATHS AND MARRIAGES 

NEWTON CO., GA. NEWSPAPERS (1868-1904) 

1850 BIBB CO. , GA. CENSUS 

1850 RICHMOND CO., GA. CENSUS 

IMMIGRANTS FROM GREAT BRITAIN TO THE GEORGIA COLONY 

FAMILY GROUP SHEETS (232 family names). 

TUCKER GENEALOGY 

THE SMITH PAPERS 

BACON-LIDDALL 

BONE CONNECTIONS 

CHAMBLISS/CHAMBLESS 

DIXON 

EVANS OF GEORGIA 

GREER/GRIER 

HAGIN/HAGEN 

HEARD 

LANE 

PERKINS, POPE, STEELE 

STOKES 

STRONG 

TUCKER GENEALOGY (1589-1880) 

WHATLEY 

WILLIAMS 

WYNNE (1550-1880) 

YOUNG BLOOD 

VIGNETTES, A collection of genealogies from Ga. , N.C., S.C, Va. 



[W^LKXS: C«ltrNT7 MMSXNQKB, OOTOBIE 13, 1916. 

. • I-c-llrrs of ni«iiii>slon | 

Gcn'r/ia. WnlkT Connly. -I 

"-"HtMicrcn !•'. Phitw. aduiinistrnlrU' 
of llic Mlftlc of A. F. Plmw, late i>t ^ 
naldrbutily, dcceaded, lia» npiilic<J. 
to Iho iindcniigncd for li-tlers of dia- 
mlnBicn from . caid administratrix- 1 
dhlpoN'otico Is hcrnby given that Ij 
will'pKM ort'sald applicnilon nt'mr 
ofnc/^ In, iJiFayctlo, said, county, On J 
lliedrft. Monday In NOTcmbcr, tiext] 
Olvcn undcr-.mytiund :«nri,<3(llelal.* 
glgnnlin'o, thlB0cL-«h,'191(). '^:nV-v 
■> ^.^W/ L. STAW8ELL, Oniloartp-' \ 



LEGAL AliVEUTUsOlL-Vrs 



L»-llrrs <ii AilniinlslnitiDii 
(Joor^ln- \V.\U,.T Coiuily. 

Applii-ulioii having l)i'>'ii iii;ict«> i:i 
due loini li> liVo lliMiiy Hirli;u.lsip!i 
nppoinled ii.lmliii:<lr!iliii' •>! Uiy «•.-- 
lil,. of Aim:i Mos.-ly. Mr "t --""I 
rinii:;v. <1.-o':. <.■.!. ii..lir.- is l.orel.y 
ci\,.ii thai 1 \m11 I'iiss iipMii sniil np- 

nli.MliiMi III iiU olU II l.;il-.i>-'IU-. 

!<ai.l K'Uiilv. .i:i llie lusl M.in.lay in 
No\'<Mi;lier, iioxl. (iiv<Mi uikUt in) 
liand nnd olllr al sinnalurc. Una Ocl. 
•J, \\U6. W. L. ^■ rA.NSKl.l.. Ordinary. 

Adiidiil.strrttor's Snlffe 
Georria, WiiI^t ('..ninlv "^ 

Will In' snl/l h.'fnn' llK- court 
lioino dour i\\ said coiinly williin 
logr.l hours ofjpli- »ii th.- Ilisl Tues- 
day iP iNovciii ).i-. MfXl, to llie liigM- 
031 l.idder. >u il<;r and by virtue of 
an onlor of Ih.^ Court of Ordinary of 
said county f( r Iho purposi- of pay- 
ing debts an J distrit)ution among 
the heirs at la f- of J. M. Millican, de- 
reajcd, sold Us the property of J. 
M Millican .cbtcased. the following 
real estate in the 11th district of the 
Uh 'eclion of |Raid county. Viz.: 

An undividid halt interest in 31 

acrc3 more ir less lyiuR m J'"^ 

northwest corner of land lot numlteri 

l2G<5, and beint 100 rods -east and| 

west, and r/) rods north and so\ith;i 

8l-*o an undiVxlcKl half interest in 70 

Rcro-J morjj ir less in lot nuniher 

200. and all , of lot number 275, 

I known as the W. Hansomplftrie; also 

Ttlie following iland lying in the 12th 

district of till) 4lli seoliwi, and bejug 

the on tiro Ini'tJ lot, Nos, 115, 116, IIH, 

each contain ng 10(1 acres more or 

less, and 00 aires more or less Ivmg 

west of the I H) of Hie ridgo of land 

lot number i:i8. Ilenlfl of 1910 re- 

Rer%'>'d. Term I of sale, half cash, tlie 

balance duo ifi 12 months with H per 

cent interest [ with tlic nrivilo,«c of 

the purclias<!f paying all cash. 

This Octohir ;i. I'JIO. , 

\V. Jl WAI.I.IN, Admr., of 
I If. M. Millican, deceased 



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Mtt.; ED {ASI I WOHTI I wl: ns 

MISS Lmji: DO^-LICS 

Tf.'^'n~Qvnht'of..8pccii>» iritnrcHl'In iCUVj 
'8rt(JdK r'ch Intifl 'on ; Ay cd n pad ny;- o f I or-il' 

n'oori.wns'l'if' wcdiniig of.MIss Lllli^^ 
JJoylcslotidJiVEflA'ard Asliworlh' of | 

MarliiiiJnlp,."M\ f/ur7o'cloc)c^nl. tlfo"' 
^Jirtmo of-.Uic- li\i/o»'r,pnrontfl* In;' Ilia; 

nrcsidhco of n,;f(U' special friends nnd 
•rclnliyo»;,lho\novriMr,.Iy<:onnrdJof} 
J.nFaycUo;':;;i)nl(c(^,'.J.ilhC8o';.Vpo[)ull!iP; 

young pco'plo.v/.'^! "' " 

l6yciy\IccbVfttc'd;«lllin)<'rodml'ot;na\' 
InmnjIcdvoH-nnd jfornii;'' lcnnlng'''^6ti' 
Ili6- farm;' of •llio','gror;iTi''-<;loct holding^,' 
'on*;i|cri- Jc f I'; nrm - a ,. Iwwcr/'pf .^pur^ \ 
wlJIJo>cliry'«flhlliPmum9^VlhosO;^V^^ 
'cnt)iwilncB«cd.,a'-,«ccno;^p^ 

lioVflillnpsfl.'i''' ' ' ' "* ' 

'5?^'lF'rp^Cf;'dlnS'';lho:'i;ontr(lcllrlgrpArll(*«'< 

And,Ulm';^hrI(lo«;' m'ftldj M l8g'-"Adfl;Dc|I()'(! 

flutledg(>;"|;rojio\ylnglli'oTc6ficIudin^^^ 
,%yo r,(l BJii nj 11 ri g;" 1 1 1 c r n, nl I p rose n t: gayoj 
■'liearty5%dngrrtluIallnn8 7>i''hhd;^.sooh^ 
' llifti'ta f [cBMhf 1 lin' crirlof -^V/^Wori^f^^ 
■jifngfli'rtCcom'pntilod Ji'y'Alrs/Jcn^n 



';-• : ■ • ' ■" l/>ovc lo Si'll " ' 
jOoorxin, \Valkcr County /v ■ 

' Notii-o l» -liftrcliy Kivon-.Uml I ns 
Rnnntmn of Deri mid Hoy Cnrneron 
will iipidy (n llic lion. Muhob WriKht, 
JudKo (if tlin tiupoiior Courl of tlio 
Homo Circuit, on "NovoinliPP )Htli„ 
11)1(1, nl Home, (IpoPKin. nt 10:no A. M, 
for Ji-nvo lo hcII llio nnUro cslntos ot 
<nl(l llcrt mid Itoy CiMiicron, paid irs- 
!nl^:^ licinR an midividcd on<i sixlh 
iiiliTi'st Cucli ill IIk' cslnlo of \V. \.. 
Caiiii'ioii, di'ccuscd, (ho Hnino lioing 
HO ncms moin or jpssln' llio fknilli 
llnir of lol of land No. I'Ol in tlic 7lli. 
Di.itrlrt and -Jlii Section of said 
county. . . •• 

'I'lic dnlo of thcHM inlorcBts will br 
linvnlc nnd IIiIh ii()lic(( is given in 
lu-cordunc-n wilh Si-clion,s ;i(Ki4 J.nd 
.lOtir) on tlio Codo (If (iooPKln. Said 
M \vi I lie made for iho pnrposu of 
PiMiivoslmt'nl. ■ 

'I'lii^ Oc.ldlM'r-k'lh. liC^. 
CJ. ;\V.Cninoron,Tis:C.unrdinn of Bort 

nnd Jtoy Cotnoron. - 
Slinlli'.ck & Bhr.ttuck. AUonicv*. 




prarig?i;tii.(^liwnl)uA;0;in'dvfAmcH 
aftnr,/wlilchvlhcyi\\ill/))0,';at^^ 



l(i!;,llieir;,fricnd8Mn;llie^_,ncw|J;.|ifl;|cd^ 
lifamp'^^ndnr'MnrtindQlq',';"^ '' 
^\Mrtny;Joyclyt and- ne'e rul'^prcsbnts'i 
Ivcd'arid wcVo'a ftttin«; lr.«r 

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wjj'rc'rc'ftolvi 
jt|m((nlftl:J(p; 



,t,.-.w .-w'tliO/l.'poiiularUy'X-dnJilio,; 

'!bVlcl,i''«iridfgT(xJirt) ■ *-<^'^'""'-vn' 



•A fine girl was born lo.Mr.ancf jfts.l 
Cliarlio 'Wc8linot-elahdl;>Tue3day;.lfif) 
last week.' 



I.cltrrs of. Adnilnlstrntlor 
(icnrt;in— Wnlk.'r CciunLv, . 

A;j|)lirnlion having hcon mnf.n'ln 
iluivlorin to linve lloiny.jllchardson 
nppoinled ndiiiiidslrutor of llm i-n- 
Inli! of Anna .Mosclv. into of iinid 
couiiJ.v d.-reiisi'd. nollcu .U .liorohy 
gycn Hint I will pn^ upon 8nld nii- 
pl icailmnl.iny oni..„t...i.ni.-nypi 0, 
snld ronHty, on the -WK Monday In 
Ni.vmiiher, ^nexl. (ilvon. u,i,|,.f. 'niy 
,'"";' ""''.""li''nl''lf"'ilnro. lhl« Ocl. 
^:, I'.'.O. W. 1,. HTANSKI.U Ordinary. 
■ ■v. -■ .■■ I .. . -• t T ■ 

- ■ Admlnl.'rtrafor'ii Sale" - 
0';V,'',?''»' Wn Iker County, , - ■ .■' • •• 

\MII 1)^ Bold Iwforo Iho ~' courl 

loufto door In' Raid county wllhli 

ewl lioi.ra of anio on-lho (ifsl Tuna- 

dn> IP^.Novrnihcr. next, t6 Iho hlgh- 

"«t I.I Idcr, under end by virluo of 

DPm"'*"' V^ y»«COurl of ftrdlnnry of 

inid county for Iho. purpose of pny- 

ng dehla and / dl^tribullon . anions 

i^^.'^V" "i^'"*^ °K^-^- Mllllc.n. do! 

M. MllUcan decenHed, iho rollowlnw 

real eataio In^lho lllh'dl.trlct of IhS 

Uh rpctlon of eajd county. vU- • ^^ 

?An undlVldM half Interest iti 31 

ncrori more .orloM lying in Iho 

-«^ and being 100 . rods : . cast ; and 
Ti^H^^"^ 60 r«d8 north and south; 
;«l«o^ on undivldod hair Interest In 70 

^00, - olid all of lot number 275. 
Known a? :«H»WvlU.naora place- alM 

^h«"J^^°^^'^VH' •'^mion, and being 
r?f'^ C'\nl«lnlng- 100 acre, tnoro or 

w-«>l'of Iho loi^'of Iho tldg*or land 
lot number ,.13a, •llenta of- IVIO; .ro- 
cent- InlertMt,' with (bo Drlvllcjre^f 




- • l.rllcrs of Dl.sinl.sslon ' .' 

Gi'or.-i.n. Walkor Counlv;;..- .-.•,'...' V'] 
lli'lu'crn v. Shaw, ndminl'slratriKJ 
of llic <Mt.ilo of A. I", Shaw, late ofj 
!<aii| i-oiinly, docen.ned, lins applied I 
to I 111' undersigni'd for leltnrs of dis- 
iiiissi'ii r-o.-n r:'.-i\ . ft-un-.ini'itrrlrhsi 
oliiii. .X'.'ii;-.' ;: l-i).\!jy t;ive:i liinlN. 
\v"; ;'r.:-.To:i >.:i1d'r.|)f)Iipaiion"al tny 
,i!"-,. It t nKnvrllo, .«nid counl.v, on 
llii' ili>( Monday in ,\ovcnibrr, ii('\!. 
Olvcr. under my hnnd "and "otlbLvl 
siKnaluro, Uiia Ocl. Oth.VOIO. . . .-. 
W.'L. BTANSKF.L, Ordinary. .. 



Adnihtlstrnlor'.s SnltJ •' , 
Cicnrpia, Walker CnuiiLy. ' ' ' ' .' 

Ily virtue of an order of the Coui 
of Ordinary of Dade eounly,.grante'r 
nt thi) .May term JSlO. will' be "boH 
before the coUrls .ItiuKe"' 'duor '-''fif 
Wnlker (■(Tuftly, on- lite llrst'Tue!:- 
dny in Noychiber, nc.\f, 'withio tin' 
lepnl. hours of sale," to the bighejl 
bidder for ensh, Ihe followlnft iirop- 
erl.yof the a'^lile of A, D.'B.n. Wil- 
son, deren.ied; lo-<vil: 

Pnrl ofjolof Jnnd RilUalcd nnjlie 
ihff in the county of Walker, in th? 
nib district. nnd lib BccUon of Walk' 
or couiily, being part of lot number 
!i\x (0), described as follows: Dcgin- 
nlng at the South cast corner of Rhid 
lot,' runnfng 'north dn original line 
sixty (00) rpds, Ihcnco west parallel 
wlllf the Boulh line of snld lot to the 
lino of lot hufnbcr live (5), kno\TO 
'1^8 Iho Slmms '.ol, thence aoulh With 
Iho original lino of said lot to the 
.louthwest comer, thenco on the 
south lino back lo beginning point; 
iJTffd'lot or parcel of land containing 
sixty acres more or 'less. - 

•.-.\..' J. n. McFARLAND. Admr„ . 
,.' ■■ V''; A.'D. B. D. Wilson Kstalo/'; 



.'. . ' Lrllrrs of DIsmLislon .'.' -■^■}- 
OcoP?la,Walkor. County.. . '■>■'■' 
-A; n. Sizemorc, guardian of'O. L, 
Ethel ond'I>. A. Slremore, bas'l^ap- 
plied to tho undersigned for lellors 
of d'smission from snld guardinn- 
ship. Nntico is hereby given that ^ 
Will pass on .said opplicationat.my 
oOJn/* in LaF.nrctlo. snid county, on 
(he Urst Monday !n November, next. 
Given under my hand and ofllclal 
Signaluro, this' Oct, 0. lOllV. ,■.'-, ^.V■y' 
m;;:: ,W. L, 8TANSELL, Ordinary.'':, 



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MM. SnCNCMU ItOMAUlO WICI) " 

jiiss snsii: i;i.i/Aiii;ni ^o.nt.s 

A wiMhiim; of mil n:Nl In llio iimiiy 
friciul.s J'f 111-- roiilrncliim ['aill>"< 
will' 111- tlml-'dr Mr.HiiiMicor llmnnr, 
(if Wi'Bl Ariijuchcii lo Mi'n-Kli/nlii-Ui 
Jonas. (latiKlilcr of Mr. ami Mrs. Iloi-s 
Jonr^. of Hock Piirlngn. \/ 

Kollowiii;? In llK! foniin^Jtinounrr- 
niPiil of llin morriogn; 

Mr. nixl Mr«. Ilccn Jonr.n niinounro 
[l'i*-rn(5aKcmcnl oml npproacliinx 
inntrlnKO of llirlr' jlaiiglilor, BiiiJo 
nirnbclh, 16 Mr, i^pcncor DomnrsAl/'' 



hi»rrlnffo lo.lnkc placo Novoinl)cr 






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Adinlnislpntor'.s Sale 

Gpor^in, Wnlkcr Counly,- • ; ." " • 
ny virtue of nn order of Itio CoVir! 
of Oidiinry of Dodo counly, pninlcd 
nt lliu Mny (orin )9I0, will ho-sokl 
liofore lli(> coMit . liouSo ■ door, of 
Walker co.unly. on 'Iho. JlrfllTuoj- 
day in -Novi'ihlic.r.-^ni-xt, Williin- Dip 
Iipnl" Jioiir.s>f sale'.- lo .llio liiftlwal 
bidder for raAh; llie followliiK- prop- 
erly of tlio eslilo of A. n, S. n.Wil- 
son. deeeased, to-wil: - , ■.<„-' ' ^^ 
' I'm-lof- lol or laud siiiinted nnd Jic- 
irm in llin counly of, Walker,' in the 
Olli d;«trlrl lind UliBectlon of Walk- 
er county. Iiein? port of lot numbei;. 
<\x (d), doscri.Sed Qg- follows: Degin- 
iil.iff nl llin Roulh east corncr'of snld 
lol,-rnnniMff norlli oa original line 
sixty reO) rods, tliencc west' parallel 
Willi Ibc (<ouUi line of «aid lot lo llic 
lino of lot numbor five (r)),' known 
aa Ibn Sinun.V.Tpt, llience Bouth Avilli 
Ibo original lino of said lotio.'llic 
uoulhwesl corner, llienco 'bn-lhc 
south lino back to beglnnlng-poinl; 
laid lot or parcel of land containing 
sixty Acres more or le»«.; ; 'i !-' '■> 
,. . J. n. McFAULAND; Admr.;'- 1^ 
>. .' A. n. S. D. Wilson Estalc'.X 

... I-fllrrs of ftilpmlsslon , - ; 
Ooor?la. Walk<'r County. . ' ;.,! i 
^ A.- D. 8i7.emorc, gxinrdlan of 6. L, 
rcilirl nnd L. A. SIzcmore,. liasl.ap- 
plic(! lo Ibo underslgnod for lcll«r8 
of flismlsglon rrom. 8aid guardian- 
iblp. iXolIco' Is hereby given thai I 
will pass onsnid aippllcallon at my 
orac"? In rjiFayotlo.-'nald county, on 
the first- Monday In November," n«xL 
Oi\-cp under my hind '«nd ofMclol 
sigiialuro, Ibis Oct. 0. 1010. ■::'!. C'^^'. 

I •.,. ; ;, AV._ L, 8Ta::8EI,l, Ordinary^!, 



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Ixltern of- AiliulnlslnjUor. 
("lenrtJia— Walki-r f.nuiily. 

,\;>|ilii-ntnin liavitit; -been ina(i«i l:i 
dm- liirni In li;i\e II. -my Uii-li:ird30H 
api>()iiilcd niliiiii\i:<lr;\t(ir oflbf)e?r 
Inle of Ani'a Mnsi-ty. inlr> of Haid 
eou:-.;y, (li-ri-a!<i-d. iiulieu is berel.y 
kI\(-ii Hint 1 will p-'"-- upon pkhI nii- 
plli-^i|liM\ •>t my olll e!' l.nl-'Hyi'lle. 
^aiil ri'Uin>', on tin-' r,.Hi, .Mimday.ln 
TCoveTiibi-r. next. (Iimmi ' under my 
biiiul eiid'nflli-.iai siciinlure. Ibis Oi'i. 
'i UliO. \V. 1,. STA.NSKl.U Ordinary. 



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•" '. >' Ailniliilstrnlor's Sale, . i "_ 
(JeiUfln. Walker Counly. 

Will; bo sold befoiv tlic court 
Iiou-ie door in said enmity within 
let:nl hours of sale, on the ilrsl Tues- 
day li> i\oveinbor,"noxl, lo Ibo liigli- 
esl l.icldcr, .under and by virtue, of 
.an onler (if llio Oiurt of Ordinary of 
said county 'for Ibo purpose of pay- 
ing debls andiillstribuliiin among 
llie heli-a si law of J. M. Millican. de- 
e,eoje<)-»old as: the properly of. J. 
.M. -Mllllcnn ,di'cea!ied, llio- following 
real eslnio In the lllh district of the 
Itli-iecUon of said county, vii: . ■ - 
■'^ An undivided half Interest in 31 
nere:i moro' or less." lying , In Iho 
nnrlbwesl corner of land lot number 
fiW. end being 100 ro<l8 '. east nnd 
west, nnd BO n-,ds north and south; 
■vJso nn undivided half inlerest in 70 
ncrei moro or less in lot number 
?C'G.> nnd all of lot .number 275. 
knowii as the ,W. nsnsom place; also 
Iho lellowing land lying In Ihe ICth 
district of the 4lh section, and l>einH 
the entire land loU'Nos. tl6, 110. UB. 
»nch conlninlng'-lOO acres moro or 
less, nnd 00 acres moro or less Ivlng 
west of the l(ip of Ibo ridg»i of land 
inlnumbor 13«. Rents of 1910 -.re- 
•crv-iHl. Terms of sale, half rash, the 
^nl.inee due In 12 monlhs with 8 per 

enl Interest, ^'Ith Iho TirlvllegtJ of 




•I* \ /wAnHEN ^ 

•V V .1, 

H-l-h -H-I-H- -H-H-I-I- -P'l-I-l* 
,Mo."l everyboily nltendi-d tlin fair 
and bad a good lime, 'I'bis was tho 
boMl fair Ihcy have (A'er bad. 
• Horn Insl week -io Air. and Mrs.' 11. 
V. McCluro, tt dr.urfOlcr. 

.4" + .*!• . '"■ .'• ■ J 

■ l-'iederiek <J-»eiir, tho 22- month'.-* 
old son of Mr. nnd Mrij. ('-. C. (Jore, 
of Wi.-sley Cliaiiel.-died Monday af- 
ter a brii-f illness. The little body 
was brought lo Ijit-'ayi-lli- for inler- 
jnenl Tu<'Bday' morning. Ilev, N. A. 
Whib- condiictfd the funeral service 
at llie grave, rrii-nds of Ibo 1h;- 
rcnvi-d family cxleiid tlieir Hympu.' 
Ihy. - 



MNAIU)— .NKICI.V 

Sylvi'slrr. (ia.. Oclolic-r ::«.- .^ \cry 
in-i'lis -lioiiH- wi-ddiiiK wa.s tlial of 
Mi.-^s-.lr.-^.sie .Ma-^ KiiiaiU. of tlii:i iilare 
a:id .Mi-r Milus W.-lboiii .\.-.-ly. of 
I'liii-rilla, l-'lii., wbirli look- place 
Wi-uiu-<day iifieriiooji :il llie liOmO 
i.r II, e biideV (.ai-eiits. .Mr. iiiid Mr?. 
.1. I-. Uaiiinl. The 100111s <if llio 
boiiu- were durkeiied Olid only llie 
liglil of waxen tapers revealed llin 
deeoralions. whi(;li were elTeclively ■ 
carried out in while and grivvi. 
Asii'e from lillle .Miss Eli/.abolb 
I.iridy. who was llower girl. Ihcro 
were no alleiidanls. the brido and 
fcroom oiitering uniilleiided to Iho '' 
struiii" of Mcndel.'^sobn's Avcddin? 
iiiarcli iilaycd by .\ii.s.s Jessie Cars- 
well, of Waycross, on Iho piano, 
aL-compnnied by Mr. A. M. liurls on 
Ihe violin. Miss Carswcll sang, nn' 
(-xquisite solo Just bofoie the ccro- 
mony to a piano accompaniment by 
Miss i:va IJolte Camoron. llcv. II. I-. 
Crumley, of lUolilnnd, performed thei _ 
ceremony which .unltpd .tho ■ two. - 
lives. Tho bride carried a. Bbo^*n^.• 
bouiiuet of roses nnd valley lillosi 
Immediately after the ceremony Mr. 
and Mrs. Ncoly Icfi on "a wedding 
Irip to various polnta IrisJ-'lo^Jdv 
after which Iboy will bo ntxWnij/ " 
Utclr friends al Umatilla, l\A>~^ 



Til" marnago of .Mi/s AtinJc. .Mor- 
rison, of ndssville, l> .Mr, fieorgo 
IJUiij.-;!!, a auecessfiil druggist; • of 
Jacksurivillo, Kb, will interest many 
Mes •enger readers:, Tbc brido is a 
graiiddaughlcr of N^r.\ . McFprland, 
the" late. weII-knowiOR|bne<;r, ciliMn 
of ;Mo««ville,' and a>csidcnt In and 
Vwiierof :(h^ ; famous. Jobn floss 
holjsc.;*:;!^;^-;/?!'; .ki v'':%^i/;/^ ■^ - ■ ' 

im. T.J, LDMrKIN 

i)ii-:s AT hi.sim; fawn 

His.'rig^Fawn, (\a^ .Nov. ().— Tlio 
tiiiieral of \)r. T. J. I.iiiniikiii. why 
dierl here yegl<-rday was lold lliin 
morning al Ins lioine in .'S'cw Kiitf- 
Iniid Cily. 'I'hc sc-rviii-s were eoi;- 
■liicl?d by tile .Masons. Many .iin--:i- 
lierx of .Mhhoiis fn<iii llie local loil/i. 
illended the. servie ^ 
vvss ill llnnriu n-meler 

Ite. I.iimpkin was a 
Ibe i. II. Forrest car ; 
Clin'Jo.niKipa, and wa- 
leading .Vason-j in ,(h'.- ' 
Ccoigia, . . 

II" Id iurvivf.-d by Ibi 
MrsVM; M. Farn-ll, o 



3 



Iiilermeiit 

II- 7jlier of 

i:'C. </, of 

-•;i-', of .In 

. M: lion v<f 

<:!illdru,i 
. . , j..:i:inn<xij^'i;' 
Mrf.'JfotH? Ac u IT, of ':".e.v';;yr'nglaij 
City, and Thomas Lur. |it.i/);';6fi th-: 
sanrV rjly.-:^batlanoo-ri(< rfy,ii^.^^l!|^ 



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•:• • .J. 

V (;i;i) AH (;ii()\i: .;. 

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.;„>j..i..:_x..i-:..:-:-:^:-i..j..^_r_;„r, 

M -. l-.iniii.i I i;i/..-r, all. I -ulV.-i - 
I . lui-K.- Ill .nlli- u iili ,;iri. .-1. 

! I :i«:i> hi-: W .-.111. -.!;i> ■.^\ I,.-:- 

ii'>iiM ..nr mil'- wi«l .il li irMiiii. Sli- 
u ■- :i mm|,|,. u, „,,,•, 11. |,,\,.,) |,> .'ill I 
uliii l,ii'\\ lii-i-. I'.rn l!iil|H-|.|ii'i 1-..I1- 
•lllrl'il III.- Illll.Ti.l ^.-l-Mi-.', Jl I..-,!.!!-, 
;r..\.. rnili-l.TV. I 

■• I 

t I > *^ 

•I' . U.MUIIA 

I 1.. !i|ll.' Ii\|. w.i'Ks lllil IMluill i.rj 

Mr. .111.1 \lr>. A. li. i:i-,-,ii.t iIh-iI 
I ii-l.-y .'iihl «:i- liiin.'ij Saliirihiv jl I 
II. • l:-\.ml ;;i:'\,j;iii|, \Vi- wniilil 

-■^iv :.. 111.- l,.-:--:iv..,|. "\M.,.|, ,„,| |,„. 

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nlluliV(. 



■\-\''.-r >I-H-I-I-:-W-I-v I-I-H- 

M:- I'.l.'Miii- IIiiiIl-.-i. Willi li.iil I..-. -11 

ill I r s.-M-|-;il II lli-i «)lli i.ai.il.' -i- 

• li..| Suiiilay iiini.iili-' :-l i ...1. rk 

Sll.- I,..|.' h.-l- -UlI'l-l II1l'|.,iIi.ii1I\ .111.1 

111- .1 har.l I.. V- -I "i-llXl Mii.-i, I -. 1 - 

M. - n.-i.- .■ Iiii-l.-.l Ijr.-iii III. I 

\|.. ■.,> iili; l.> II. -N I - I -..11 

;.!. .ill. -I- wli .-Il li.-|- i-.'iii.iiii- u. I.- 
.-.I- I l.-.l I.. 111.- I.al .l.vrll.- . . I.I- ■ • ^ : 
.;ll-l I.M.I I.. I. -I |.\ ll.T I. ill. • I, ■• W 

1.. Ill >. uli.. 1, .-.-. -.l.-.l li.-i- ..iiU I :• « 
i \. K I In- l|..ial .ill.-i iin; •'«- i ■■ ■<■. ; 

I Ml. I. -11- an. I I. -aiililiil. I li- n- «. ..-| 
.-11.11 II I1..U.--- h. ...\.-i li.-i .-;.,v.- 
;iii.| lli.il ..I li.-i r,illi.-i . .--II.- i. a\.-- .1 ' 

:i'-i- i.ii.- lii.-lli. r. \ \ i..-iil,\ 

..if.l i-l.-i . Mr- ji II. K.ii.i.. .11.. I. 

I. Ml . 'ill. h. -11 I.. iiP'iii II li.-i -.11.. ' 

.w.,v \\ .- -Mii|..ii:ii-.- u.lli 111- III II- j 

III. .. -.1.1 I..-S. ' 

\ ;ii.- -.11 W.I . I... 1 11 h- Mr ai;il Mr-. 

'. \: II. 1. 1- riiiii'.ilav ili'.:lil. I.iil il 

...1- li.-- |.. -1111111. -. I II. liM- ami .w.i^ 

' I ..I III.- Sliau i.i-.i\.-\.ii.| I ii.|a\ 

ill. M. ..I, 



Oik- of lliu t)i>d(io8t dcAlliM'uf our 
1 i.iiiiimiiily i)i-ciirri\l niiu'siljiy iiij;lil 
wli. 1 I In- mini ii-a|l-i/i-laiiiii-il ii.-t ili 
M.-i.iii lilllf l.ucik; >lialiuii, Uauftli- 
l.-r <,r J. W. Shalian.Yl li>. jiill.- girl 
\va.s .iiily 3irk for lw-(Niir IJin-i- liays 
.'iiHJ altlioiigh i-vi-r> Ijiiiik' pos-illili- 
Wii-i .k-lii- lli.Tl i-iiiilil I,.-, it wai-'iil 11-' 
UN.iil- '1 111' Iii'ii-UM-O li;i\i- y(ii- icii.- 
• I.-1.--I syiiiiiallii' s. . / 

Mr. ni:.l .Mr.-., j. c. |.|,,|,,,,s an- r.-- 
J""'""-' "^'■'' I'm.' l-nlji ,.f a II,,,- sun 
•S-l.-nol will \wvm ,11 Villannu \|i,„. 

''•«>. .Vo.-. laiii. 

4* •(■ 

rh CaiU^AMAUGA •^ 

4. 4- 

■fTl- i -' M - H - I - l -^H' - l -I- I - I -I- I - 4H- 
namltton^-Canip • 

T.'io rnotiy friends of Wifw Oussip 
Camp and Mr. I). F. Jiynllloii wcra 
sutrriscd Bundny (oh^arn of llicir 
marrioKO, whicli occurrcxj llio laU 
tcP pari of Soplpmbor. j^ 
i T!ify arc now plcaitaiUly localcd 
at the Park hotel. 

Mrs. IlaniiUon is Ihn aUracllve 
and iirconiplislied daughter of Mr. 
land Mrs. M. H. Cnmp. Mr. HamlL- 
|loni.'>n valued crnployeo of llio 
I Crystal Springs DIcachory Company. 
Mi-HS Johnnio Louiso Banders, of 
Alton I'ark, Tcnn., eponl Saturday 
here, the frue«t (Jf friend*.-. • - 
I MifS .NelUo. llcnry, of Summcr- 



LN MlvMOni.WI (»r Mit.S. I.Ol'I.SA 
MVKIl.S 

III till- ■•inly nil. null).- of O.-t. 10. 

. Wirt the di-iith angel >.|i-i-ail llir dark 

tliodow of hi;4 wiiiKH iiM-i- ilii. hrinie 

. uf iVCr and Mrs. U. I.. Duvih and tool; 

.thn pri-ri(Mn ninth. -r, ,MrH. l,ouina 

Myftr*; iin tin- day dawni-il her .iinri'. 

ItKjfc ilH lllghl fnmi IhiH world of 

»ORTOw and rnrn.-j Ui that liright 

Urxne licyond. .She lind hren ill for 

somclime nt lii-r Imnii- n»iir Cliii-ka- 

Tsnnga, (in., where with all her elill- 

ilrrn nnnunl Iwr hi'dirtide evi-ry winh 

>Tal «Ji-niri' wu-s vciuled. Her fririidi 

■liM> weie nunllle^l.•d hy the more 

«r|lO miniiileri-d to hor^diirl^ig he'- 

*jeliro?8. .She i-xii/pH.seil n wi.ili In he 

oarfird In the hnnn- of her yniiiiKert'. 

..4fauRli|y and nil Ihe loved onr.i 

'/Mtlnklng perhaps a rhunge would !•.• 

Xcncllrinl. had an andnilanie Inko 

>or lo hrr daiigliLor's. On arriving 

*« »rcni(.'il b<'ller, and pleuneil iil 

tfto rliaiigo. She reiiueslcd. all the 

torcil ones lo lake thnir rest Ihst' 

■If1>l. saying" she foil like she could 

re«l loo. Tho family did at hIio re- 

'fuflntod. As llio day dawned she was 

."•on/fUy rrtting" When Ihe lovo<] 

■'^oos cnmfl lo her bi^slde she wis 

iirOMcfully ilccping Uio sleep that 

.'Inow* no waklnjr in (his world, «he 

;%#< fallen Mlccp In this world ind 

►!*«k>k« In 4he brightnr, better world 

.•6oTf, where Ihcro Is no sUikricss or 

fiiMth, or pain or parllnir. Her going 

•■♦wtt Among us causes the tears to 

-^H*^ ftrtil hesrts to «ohe, buti5»o feeli 

•ViRl thft wont rejoicing, so quietly 

•0 p^nc()^^lly shi passed Trom death I 

,jijl4 Jifo olernal. Uul Ihpro will al- ' 

.«r»y« be a vm-ant chair, a longing 

, Ibr'molhcr In Ihc home and hearts 

ff the loved. ones. And we sigh for. 

'Uio ln\ach of a vuiilKlied hand and , 

fVhf, Hinind ot .-x voice that !.-< htllled. 

' And for many long yeai-n vve run 

"hcirr that swoi-l voice ip memory 

•»nil feel the iiri-Si-i\ee of her loving 

-'.uplrl! wilh un. She Klia liven In the 

llvt>i and heiiri* of her rliilihen. 

Ph-< was horn in «:hal(iHi>m i-nunty. 

'•««, Jan. 21. lai.i. She wo.t tlie oldoil , 

^nutliier of Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Iilay- I 

lock who wen- pioneer selllorii of 

•(Thttliooga-couiily. Her father served 

. the -foverniiioiit by hel|ilng put tho 

',/htllen8 out of Ihl^ country. They 

.V%xii near Chlckamaugn during the 



4 



LAFAYETTE, OEORQIA, FRIDAY, NOVElrlBER 17, 1910. 



•l-M- -H-l-J-I-I- -l-l-I-I-i- -l-l-l-i-h ! 
•I- • 1 / -■'I- 

Oil Mid Qflrnioon of N(»v. 7lli., Mr. 
IIqI :Iuii(Ioi-h()ii nniMMri. OIlio Mc- 
Ooixny were unilnl Jn\ iiinrriaKO, 
Ksqulin Albcrl KlllnVrorforincJ HiO 
rercinoiiy. All Join |ti wi.thing lUto 
r.ou.iln much happiness. I 

Wl- have hcon ha\iiiK some warm 
"Irizz.v wcatli'ir. tliough il docs nol 
rain cnouKh to (III up Iho^ wellp, 
whic'i ni.'od reiilniiMhiiiK ao mucli. 

Til" angf'l of ilcalh- has Miitrd 
our '.own twice m the past wi^ck. 
Mi'.f.s Kale (;ill»i.Tl, daugliler of .Mr. 
.■iiid Mrs. Dan <iilhert, Tjied at her 
lioin- Thursday jiiuriiliiK. She hail 
lieon .sick for a loiiK time with lu- 
hereulo."is. 'Ihe fuiiiT.il «iw-\ icr^.s 
were coiiductcil in Ihi' (iilhert home 
■J'hurrdr.y niKht hy Itcv. Charle- 
OoiniT. 'Iliey had ttw siTvii:c a| 
iiikIiI •*<> lli;it her lady frii-iiils who 
work III Ihe null iiiiKht liave a 
■•h.iiiic III he present. Her I'ciiialns 
were laiil III rest in the Shnw Krevn- 
yard I'riilay aflenio'on. We s\in- 
palhi/e with Ihe hereaved iiiii'H. 

Al-e .Mi-.s. .Iiiliii luj,-all. will) h.id 
ill •M ill for .sineral inoiilhs .sii(r.>r- 
III- Willi a riiiNphraliiin of (Ii.mmm'-i. 
• I' il Tliursilay ni/hl. .Shi! was 
hill e'd 111 llie (Gordon graveyard 
.-.ilijiday iiiiii'iiiiK. funeral seivire.s 
hi-iiiu- eiiiidiirled at I hi; KiHve hy Ile.v. 
I. .S. I.ei.naid. She h-avi.s a hiishaiid 
Iwo rhlldren mid oilier relalises 
who v'ill miss her very iiiiirh. 



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sirs. nr>'0"i Pepper 

Mr.i.DryanL Pepper, ogcd 20, died 
nt 8 yesterday morning at lier homo 
on Popular slreoU Alton Park, fol- 
lowing o'fow week's illhcsB. 8ho is 
Bur\-iypd by her husband, W. W. 
Pciipcrs, four dauglilcrs,,onc broth- 
er, 8. F. Carroll, Iho latter of Trion, 
Oa.; flvo sisters, Mrs. W. T. Gray, 
and Miss Maggio Carroll, of , Alton 
I'ark: Mrs. II. D. Palmer, of Rum- 
nicr\'llln: Mrs. J. H.'\Vili<on, of.Pl- 
Inm. Ca, and Mrs. James Tuggic, of 
Vill.T nica. Oa.^, Tlio body will be 
lakcri lo Trion, Ca., Lodoy for inlor- 
Imcnl. . ■ ■ V , ' - ■ 



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.MILS. c.Annii: (now 

till Oel. •.•;. I'.UO lie- di-iilli iiiu 
Msiled III.- Inline iif Mi. Il,e I'.n 
.iiid liniU rrniii ' Iheiii lli.'ir li.\ imm 
will' ;.iid ih.iIImT. wliniii Iliey li.v.l 
Ml uell. 

Mrs ('.aiTie Crnw was a ^.'..il dins 
liilii wninnn and Inveil li.\ all who 
knew her. She was di-in'ivi-.l ul k'iiiii>; 
111 riiinrh fur a Imi^ line' mi ar- 

i'iiiimI of her heallh. She had I i- 

ii'iinlCied III her lied fur a Imm linii' 

{ Willi I hill dreaded di.selise, 1 ^iini|i.^ 

lion 

I She leaves n liusliand iiml ~r\eii 
lehiliiren and a liiiat of friends .mil 
I reliilive.s III iniiiirn their loss, Iml 
llieii hi!}s IS liiir eternal kiiIii. I 
would .siiy hi thii hiireaved one": 
"Weep n(jl .fiir.her for .s|ie is nl re.sl, 
hut only live up lo Ihii 'Ma.ster's 
I'Oni <iaiid and you will ineel her In 
thai t-wert hyii and hyi', where there 
will he no moro Ko<'d h.ves." Hhe 
leave." fiiiir sons and three litlln 
girls mill herloss In the world. Her 
lialiy Kirl is only live years old, the 
next hoy only oImIiI.. They linvii my 
greali-Ht sympathy. I would only say 
lo Mill family, "Look In Ihe Creator 
who donlh nil thhiKH.welJ. Ood glv- 
i;lli und Ood tpkoth oway, and (lod 
knows best." , ' 

May God's richest blessing rfistup- 
on tlio bernavnd ones. 

Written hy a friend nnd ono who 
loved' hor.— Cora MItlicoII. 



Moi«i;i,A.\u— coHNrnx 1 

.\l Ihree Di'lnrk Smnjfiy arieinii(in| 
i.< .Susie .Miirelanil/ind ,M .rViii-'il j 



i;r.|i|i':l were 

I. aid. Mis." 

h'.'i'li'.e daii^l 
1: M M-eland n 




II IS a |.r..j;ies-.i\ 



I .Mil \A'li-. and Ml--. r..iini'll wii 
I,, I,.' /t\-iy li'Mii.' u.lh Mr. (.•"ni.-li' 



r.illiei Willi livi 



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WXUnrVG ANMVF.R8A1 
?." . OF MR. A.M1 MRS. 

,v Mf-C" Charles Wnt»on' 
Mr.' nnd Mrs. a T-Lawso 
While' Mr. and Mr»i Jf. >-' 
ft, C Bell molored'.tb C*dar,orv»«>, 
/3m.vVBv2nd»y to tUctid.VlhoY' flflleth 
%t>d/i)ng annivcrsary'-of '.tticlr |>j>»r- 
jeiiUj Mr. and Uri. F^lt. BcUir-^'i' 
.V M.iny'-KidM .wcni rcc«(v(!d l>r ,. 
voooniblfl "cbnpK: IWhWldjr/nuaic 
'(Ou»'plcc<>« of (!o\±!tTtif*iittkit^y/ 



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■ Tho Inl 

Hir.ii/I Ilusscll died Friday and was 

burie(' at the 8111^^ graveyard Bat- 



urday) 



marriage of ."Mr. T^/' ^ !*'^-0 

isfl Eunirn Mao 'Jrulmpri on 

iday nflernortn nt/'t o'cloct nt 

mo of the bi\id<v8 motliqf in 

ljil''nyctle, wiff^tfC Inlciel ting 

:o the many frtcndp of liesfl 

pcoplo. the wed din pr CO I. 'ling 

iiirpriac to maiiy-Nfrho ttrc- 

was said by l}ev. lA. I^ooi nrd, 

slor of the young tooplc. Mrs. 

Is Iho lovo-ihle, nnd bnly 

Ic.r of Mrs.. J. T. Fulmcnjand 

i Iho high esteem of n ijjrgo 

of frlrnds in" this as wijjl as 

■oga county; Mr. Mizc ill Iho 

on of Mr. and -Mrs. A. C. iKi/.c," 

f Walker County's iK-st known 

Iglily <«sleemod families.-, Im- 

'cly nfU^r the crrcmonj Ihe 

married young- pcoplo left 

sliowers ' of rico and good 

s tor ■ f weok-ond «L«y|(willi 

ve5 nt nomo'. and C^vlnrjown. 

their return Uiey will 'iiake 

hoine with lh« bride's milhcr 

•St. L«F8yolle. , " . ' 



5 



LAfAyETTE, QEORQIA, FEIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 



191G. 



CAPT. J. C. WARDLAW • - 
PASSES TO OTHER SIDE 



om; oi \\,\i,m:ii coi M-kSMOsi 

lin.iii.v i;.sii;ii\ii;i) am) 
; • woimiv «:rii/,i;.\s ws- 
I \vi:ii.s i.Asr CAM,— i\i- 

■i'iii;.s.sivi: KiMcii- 
\i. si;u\i(:ks 



111 111.' .l.-illi (if i;.,|,i. .(. 1. War.l- 

;'' " '"i''ii<. iii.-iv\4„„s,-,i Mill of 

llf.- . Mi- ..I W.ilK,., i:,,ui,l\s ,,|,|rsl 
iiiiil iMi.,; pniiiiiiii'iil ■■ili/rin 

<;.1|.|. U.ll.llllW w.l> ;, ,|;|l,v,, „f 

.'"'^^''■'V :lv. <.a. «li,.,- I,.. w.iH 

."■i-Ii .lMi|.- Ji,. ,Hr. :,n.\ xs;,s llior..- 
I"ll' III 111- IMKhly MIMlll vi;ir ||,> 

r.lmi I.V. IM.MlllMTH l.r whirl, |,|.\,. ilO,.,) 

waiui;:n;r...""- """"■ ;•' ^'"'""^ 

...■■n-',',i;V"V"' '""" '".\/"'-"'i iiic 
"";••"'"■ I'"!' XM. iv wiii.-ii ho 

"""'•• •' 'l"i-i.l-,| si,r,Ts.s.>ll,i IHr.,-> iM 
^^•'•"' '" ':i':>ll:,i K-a aii.l\,|MMii-iJ UD 

M. I-I .|n.,l. wlM.-li 1„. ,-„n,|„i-,IC(l 

uill iiiniK.-,! siir,-..,.« f,,,. „ |„„nhor 

JnV'n '" "'" '"• '■^""'- '""•!< t" 

i m. , I'l'"'' '"■'•"l"'''l l'.V llio MCB- 

'"• <-lv;l war. Ilis war rrcord is 
M ,,.-l notrvvMilliy, II,, ,.„|i,u.d i„ iho 
Mixliodi .iM.rK.i: anil wan rapi.lly 
l-roniolo.l u. LI;.- .aiitainpy .of Ills 

n "" '"''. •"•■'■'■'""t'lO C«Ubll»ll- 

niinl liLTd and rnnliniKMl nntivoly in 
IM3 bnsinoHH until ih75. when ho re- 
lircil from nctivn biininosa. 

Hy InduHlry and Rood huslnnei 
judginpnl (.ani. Wardlnw amneflcd 
q. il,- P. niro l,u,|„ tnnuiw. nrnwnu- 
IfttiiiK ft inrKO lol of roal nftUlo and 

vnim.S "^'T •''""•^>' ""• ^"" fl" S'^'no 
nwK" "^'ly ITxporly i„ ci.alla- 

Cu|.l Wordlnw wan l.wico maprlod, 
< iM (irRl wifo boInK MJHB Mai-y Jlol- 
"K^n. of MurphroPHboro. 'I'onn, *iad 
liiH Hor.ond. will, siirviv.'H bimr Mrn 
Cnrrv Jonnn. Wo rbildrnn wore b6fn 
10 ui«i ancond innrriaKo, but llireo 
Hons by tho (IrHt mnrrinRo i,urvjyp 

UiallrfriooKa, \V. If.-Wnrdlaw, of iJ»t^ 
Trion ' ""'^ ■'"''" Wardlttw, of 

MoUiodml. brlnpr bis cboico, Cant 

yrnrs on Ibc oDIclnl board, llo wai 
K<'n.)i„n« lownrd tho church and 
look an acllvc IntoroBl In all of lU 
ll'^':',]'" "P^r,"'-'""". contributing II- 
^ ;-'"y ^ n", f'f il« In.HllluUo.m Jlo 

UMnr^n.^lV""" '''"° ""•' '"'"^ 

)w.'m' «/"?""' '"^'•yi'^'"' which worn 
held .Sunday morniiiR from tho rrMf- 

Jic\. .\. A. White, in tho prceenco ofn 



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vnluubie city property in' "chntfa- 
noog&. ■ • -• 

Capt. Wardlnw was twico married 
bis brst wife bclnR Alias Mary \\o\- 
dcn, of Murplirccsboro, Tonn, Jid 
liirt Bocond, who gurvlvcs him, J^lrs. 
Carrv Jones. Wo children were b^(n 
to the second marriage, but three 
sons bv tlio (Irst mnrrlnRo survjyc 
bim. 'J'lii'so r.ro .1. A. Wardlnw.-'of' 
Chaltjrttooga, W. H.-Wnrdlaw, of IML- 
Fayette, and John Wardlaw. of 
Tnon. 1 

Always loyal to the church, the 
Mclhodist being bis choice, Capt. 
Wardlaw sei-vcd a long number of 
years on the olllcial board. Jlo was 
K0I1I.IOUS toward the church and 
took an active interest In all of lis 
vari.ma opernllnns, contributing 11- 
[bcrilly to nil of its in.stilutions. He 
.also vave of. bis time and energy 
unlirinKly. 

I The funeral services which were 
■held Sunday morning from tho resi- 
dence, wero co'iducted by his pastor 
llev. N. A. White, in the presence ofn 



* V ROSSVILLK A I 

1^. Uorn 10 .Mr. an^rs. "Charley Jolly [ 

J. D.Cnrgle p^Td 51, died Instf 
Wednesday motVfns: nt /jJa homo oi p 
horly ninth Street. f/l'ho dcccas.-d is f 
daS™:'." :'.'''''^"" .o,..and lVo| 

Tho eleven yci>f old son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Watkins, /f South Jlo*8ville. 
was f>!mo«tlii)«lantIy killed last Fri- 
tl.ny.nfternoMi near iho ftossvlllc de- 
pot, bv' the South Iwund passenger 
Iram.t His rcmams were Inlerred at 
Hook/\ On. .The relatives of this 
hlllo "boy, shave tho aympathr of the 
entiro ciOJDiiunlty. 

I.rttcrs of Adiiiiiii.slriilioii 

lii-niKia. W.ilK'T Ciiiiiily. 

,Aii|i|ii;iliiiii liaMiiK li'-i'ii I, null' in 
iluo fiiiiii t<i have W. K. Dirk.soii 
aiiiMiiMlril adiiiMiislialor .if Iho rs- 

tiil S-\A). :ni,l J. iv -DirkMhii. lal.' 

lif .-Mill roiiiil.v. ili-i-^-av.'d. iiiilirc IS 
liiM"h.v mviMi Ihal I will pa^f.H uiioii 
said a|i|ilirali..ii al my I'llii-i- in l.a- 
layi-tii-. Mild iniitil.\. nil llii' llrsi 
Mini. lay in .laniiaiN. iii'Xi. Civrii 
\liidiM my liaii.l and (ilUrial sigiia- 
I lure. Ibis l)i-r 1. IWir, 

W. I,. STA\Si;i.l,, Ordinary. 



I.i'l.lrr.s of Ailiniiii'-lriilinii 

(..•'iii;;m. Walkrr C.nimU. 

.'puliralmii l.av iiiK h m^"!;; 

,1, ,;;',,,,„, In h.iv Mis. Miml- Ma-<- 
.„.\ ai.|i<iml''d adiiiiMi-lralM\ ii|H'li 
ij,; "islah- ■>r-l. It I'llb'f. l;'''- "' ''■'"' 
,.,„!„ry. il.T.-as-d. .lolir- I- h-irbyi 
,;iVM Ihal 1 will l.:iss mi said ai,|. i- 
,..,!;,,, al iiiv iilliri- 111 l.alayi'll"", 
v'll'l iiiiiiily. on III'" lli'^l .Mi.iiday m 
iVliii'iy iii-xl. CiviMi uiuli-r "ly 
h'aVl 111"' "llirial Hm-naliiri-, llii»l 

lii'!'. '. 19115- 

W. L. STA.NSIil.l-, Ordinary. 



/>//5//?/e 



MRS. F. W. COPELAND 
W:i0^ SATUBDAY 

,"'■ Mrs. F-^W.vC(»iiplJ>n'l. wlfo of onO 
or'll.lB "cllyV promlntnii altornoj'8, 
died shortly before 4 /'clock Satur- 
day liflcrnoon nt her/Iiomo on North 
Urorid Street f.flci/,An; lllncsa of 
twelve days wltn /)h(ruTiT0nl8.;'Mr». 
Copelnnd waso A/jhi»i of plcly ond 
Chan.clcr, ond warhighly roijardcd 
In the, community, Bnd her. dcftlh J» 
a source of thfl most sincere rcgrot 
lA' •nil. who .'knew hoT;^". S -■ •• y.. 
.■:'8hc was .a fiiembcripf, the North 
Drocd'n.apllst'cliurcli.'jV', . '' "/,■.;• 
J Survl.viny Mr^ CopeUn^ are her 
husKnnd, her sons, John A, Copeland 
of AUtnta, and D. f. andjlunl Copc- 
lahiV of • Homo, and bcf daughter*, 
Mr«,-W,'M. Peacock,,' ofvlhU.tUy, 
and Ml«« Ix)I» rtulh Copcland^ft pu- 
pil at BcsaJo; Tift, uhlvcrsllrZ-noitfo 

Trlbune-Ucnild, V .•■;.;■;,•. •,!:Yf''^"''. 
>■ Monday morning the remains were 
broupht to Ibo re«ldencfl of IKnr,,D. 
F. Uunt, Dcariyillanotr.r^'hcra'r •• 
short ecnrlcc w*« bold at H.o'clock^ 
jntcnoicnt; following"; In Ihe'fanilly 

gTffvfjyard near briri'. v<?''V'-i:yr*-J^j^ 
;, Quite a number of W«lkcr cocnty 
and ,I.aFarKltc fricti(l» altetldtd Ibo • 
las); ' »ad . riles : Mopd»y, 'Th»?r ■!'^^^. 



j-^i'^llilG 



•H-w-w-:-H"H-i~H-i"M-:":< 
•^ + 

♦I' CATLETT V 

4. 4> 

•i-I- ^-3 iJ-H-wi- .l-i-H ■^n-M- -I-I 

\ Mm-: l",vn SlcplioiiMon diril llic (Irsl ' 
(lay oi I>('(cmlifr at lii-r liiuini nl 
Knsl Kill, 'I'lMiii. Slio WHS llic ni'foiMr 
ilaiiKlU^r of Mr. niiil Mrs. W. A.' 
bUM'li''^i"'ii. foniii'ily Df tliin pliici;. I 
Mi.'is I'!lii rlii'il of lyi)ln)iil r.'V.M-. She 
wiiM t-7 yi-ii|-.-( old. II. i.'* Hnil foi' liiT Id 
III' hikl'ii .111 yoiiiiK. I'lil (-(111 iliiL-lli (ill 
IIiii'K.-* well, KO wo slimilil ii^jnli-c 
to kr.i'w slii> 1.1 III ii'.sl. Sill' was' 
triily"'l Kiioii rlirlslinii fc-irl. \Vr' 

nvnii! I Buy 111. Ilu! Im.'il (iju-.H. "Wi-cp , 
iinl filh Kvii. f-w .slu- Is iifiiVi'Tiilly. 
riusliiii il\ the l.miMiliM' nf (.ml." Sliu ' 
was h'liii'd Hit. ;i, lirr riMiiaiiis hi,'-' 
iilK lij.'il Id iv^L ill llio .Mrliilyroj 
ti'iiici'ry. I-'iiiii'ial strvici's wcni 
.uiiilu :ttil liy lirv. \V. M. PoUigrfts^t.-.' 
■riK'iij.was a laiK"' crowd of rclinlivPs 
niid flk-nJ* to ntli'iid llio funernl lO| 
pay (no Insl lril)Ul(v-of-rofipocl lo 
tills f HkIiI Kirl- ^'iP li-nvcs n fullicr 
niid i Ullier, llirco brolliors and 
llirco sistors mid a laPKO nunilior of 
iclulwi.'8 and frionds lo inouiji lliclr 
loss. Irho beroavcil ones liavo llio 
gympllhy of Iho entire coin^iiunity. 



A Nvcdding of lolcrcst /o U'clr 
rri,.n,l8.wn. llml o MI»»/lora Hale 
of w»l iJiFoteU ' «n/Mr Hfr^nl 
Cornell; Wodnfftd. i xj^\^^ «l 7.30 »l 
ll.o i.n»lorlum on 1 o/li Main BlrccU 

yourtn'touplc winVo*ko Ihclr^bomo 

Ja ,Wc»t LaKny ell©: . v;' ' \ ■, <■' ,'. Vv; ^'. \ 



y 
\\ Mi.Monv OK lun i»;c.Ki;ii.si>\ 

1^ ■,,. ;.-,,|i.' fnl i.\'M- f ly lil'Mlal 

-'Kill' 
llrhiiKl Ihr i-lmiil IS lli.'li' nil ray "f 

li;,lir.' 
It.' MLill sadliraii. a .•.w.-rl yi.ic.' lall- 

I'lli lliri'. ■ 
".My .liil.l Cist Hum lliv liiii.U'n nn 



..'.'\.>'j- riN«iirniiir nn! nnr iiurHluni lliy d''- 



l.cllcr.s of Adniiiilslrulion 

Cioorpia, Walker l>()\iiily. 
' Applicalioii liaviiij; licoii inado In 
I due rruni lo liavo ,\V. K. J)ii;kson 
appninli'il ndniini.-ilraliir nf Ihi- c.s- 
Uiti.-' of V.'O.'and 1. K. Dick.son, lato 
of ?aid comity, dcrcasi'd, notice is 
. Iicr"liy !;ivi'ii ihal I wjll pass upon 
jsald application aL my oflici! in l.a- 
KaycLIc, said county, on. Hic 'llrst 
Moiflay in '.lanuary, next. Oivt!n 
iindiT my hand anil ollloial signa- 
liirp, lhi.s Dec. ■■<, 11110. 

\V,..J-. STA.N.Si::,!,. Ordinary. 



-7^ 



l»m muirEilay nmrning lo Mr 
anir Mr]/\V. D. Umiw.o.ody, a line 
• gir'. ' • 

Miv- Mnrgofpl UnVoyCf Noblo nnil 
.Mr. W: M. Orr, |)fX>(nwood, werO 
uriUcd in nfialrlml><iy Sunday after- 
noon" by Judge Blanscll, fjX Uio borne 
of our popular .ordlnary/\frlcDd8 of 
the conlracling particgarc conffral- 
ulallig thcrfT on(l wishing lliom a 
happy union. 

+ + ♦ 



l.\ MKUOIIV 
or (.Ininlc !■;. I.rniiiiij. AlH' -' Vcurs 

Niiii-iiiinT li. i:)i.'i. 

Swi-.l lie Ihi' ri-sl i.r lili'iiiiii- Di'ar, 
\\ !■ kni'W liiT. Iliiis w,. Iini-il licr; 
And all Willi I'M'C km-w In-c here 
Knew nulliun; Iml In h've her. 
Swei'i her res! ; lnT shinilirr Inild 
•ri'i-oil'-h all Ihe Ini-y ihi'ilKe of 
hours; 

With Ki'Mlli: liiuch— Novenilier (1 . 
ll-r lianils were cl.i-peil with fair 
- while lliwer.s. 
Sii.s veel her icsl. she will iml wake, 
Paul was vanislu-d rrmn i.lemne's 
sleep, * 

While here with hearl.s Ihal yearn 

and hreak 
III vi.iceless aKOiiy we weep. 
Our Ki;jer ciinies Ireslilv Willi llie 1 
dawn, 
<;'iiinie"s sorrow vanished with 
■ twiliKhl. 
Ill shadows we must journey on— 
lli-i- spirit walks in glorius UkIiI. 
— AIJNTIK. 

j CHA.SIAI.N— LA.\(; 

A liiariiaKi' of iiilcresl to /frll■^ll.■^ 
and lelatiM's in Lal-'ayetie and 
Wal ler eiiuiily. \\a-> Ih.l ofAl iss Kd- 
.||.' Mar i:!ia>*l;Mii i.f lln\/e. In Mr. 
I liii i:a.> lliiain l.aiiL'. nf Cailiimii. <>ii 

|,\"i\. .ill. a! .Niiclh llnliie pa I siuia;:'\/' 
■ 111.- il.ili- iiiirki'il III.- -i\lli aiiin/-^ 
\>-\~\'VS Ki\ llir iiiarnau-i' nf lie' 

;irid!--< Msl.T. Mr-: V.. I.. ItlarKu I. 

•ij ihr rile.; r- ii-iiimiN w.i.- iiiip.'eT.- 
i'-e'v ii.Trnniiiil liy lir. <i, I, Clia — 

!.l"r lalllei.^uLJJje l.llile. 

.\ ji.iiiff Ihr /ml, I.r li.wii ;;iir.>ls 
^M>r ■. ,\lis li. \\\<A I, .1111-. W . U . I.;iin;. 
• •! i;i.irksli,M Ml-, K .1.. Iliaekwi.iid, 
Ml-. Iiiini.-eiir 1 llaekw . i. . I ami Miss 
'. ,1 ,i|.|lir l.:ill,a-ler. i.i I .al ■ I.. Ii--r : 
■', .111.1 Mr-. .1. M. I.ai!^; and lauiily. 

', . \ II i;', i-iaie. •.;,-- V 

I...I ,':-|i. M|...,.,, |),,1 1- ;i,|,| \\ Mini.' 
i:,il(.-lili.'|.|. ..| i::ilhi.iiii. Ml-, l.iirv 
I'lliy. Ill 111' \illaiiii\\: Mi-,1 I. II. lie 
I'unear of liall.iii: .Mrs. .Sn-i.' M.ir- 
■ I IS, II. .Mi.ss S.I. he .Ml. Ills.. 11 and .Mr. 
.lollll Morrisiin of Allaiila. 



■ mV... y 

My lairio 



,ly lallloi^instens, I In Ww^-^ resiKir, 
lUil nmy I ho wiUi rriiKiialion 

lilcHsed, 
To lienr each evil hi)w.>\«'r dm- 

IrcBScd. 
OhI loviiiK Kulher, rhidr iii.i nol for 

woopinK 
Knr JoKUH Wcpl while I.aiarus sUH 

"'117 slecpllip; 
My llowcr is gone, I'll tul^i; '"" ^" ^'"^ 



can wipe Lhcin alt awny. 
ncil in Peace dear departed child, , 

I cat, ^^- 

And quicL How. the ncliing head and 
heaving hreasl. 
.No i.ii-re dear Hoy your cheerful 

\oire will grecl my ear, 
In sveot.-r strains il will sound, a- 

K.nn with (;hrisl fon-ver near. 
Oil, Hoy. di-ar. how fervently I pray- 
eii that (iod thy life woujd spare 
liut the Klfl w.is mill.'. Iho love wn» 
I yours, il was llnis lie beard my 
I pray.'r. 

.(Ill ^'liiii.ius li.ipe! Oh hlessed 
' il'iiughl with carthlj,^ trials done 
If failhful hell', we will meet again 

around our l-Hlhor's throne, 
[\l I rust (iiiiTs love His luirpose now 

II. 'Ml not n'\»-^il. 
lie li.i- enmich. He doclli all tilings 
well. \ 

-MOTHKIl. 



7 



LAJPA:^^TXE,.<JE0E0::4;;;jr,Jcn)ATt DEOTBIBJtR 22. 1910. 



ozq; poi^iLAB f ;<it 



FALLS FROM WAGON 
AND BREAK$1£CK 



One ,of Uio mo8l Irtfglo dcaLhs 
lliat-Hig occurlred In the county In 
aumetime was lllal Tuesday morning 
vhon Monly CaiToIl.Alio waa haul- 
iiiK-aomo liay foriL./L. Clorkson, was 
llirawii frohi Ihti A-agwn, falling on 
l^M.4jj^k and shVuldcr, compleloly 
lirralTmg liU neck, llo lived aboul 
forty minulcs.^'j^L 

It wag balo<y hay ho wns hauling 
and inc of Ihu bales slipped orf tho 
fi'onV end of llio wagun falling on 
iflir leam. which rrlghlcned lliont 
and iii^alancod Mr. Carroll, who 
IU'vi'i- gucreedod in gaining a fooling 
RKOii\ end wns thrown to tho gn)und, 
l]t'Hiilling ill almost Inslnnl death. 
■ Kiiucral ^^t'^vico(l will ho held from 
Trinity chuirh this aftei'noon, Wed- 
nesday. Interment will foHow in 
the 'rilnlly ccniclory. 

M:-. Carroll is survived by his 
fntlipr and mother, Mr. ond Mrs.- 
John Carroll, one brother and four 
slst"! '. Many friends of the do- 
ceas' .1 offer sympathy to the bo- 
reavi'd oncK in their «nd hour of be- 
reav<'incnl. 



■1 



8 



b. R THURMAN ENTERS ^■- 
THE REALMS OF DEATH; 



HIS CAniCKU A0 \ SOLDIEIt, 
STATESMAN. MASON, CllUnCJU 
.M.iN, FATHER AND HUSBAND ' 

.Moer NOTEwonmY— 

died at the agk of 

73— funeral seh- 

vic.es here 

TUESDAY 



The death, Monday mornInK, of D. 
!•'. Thurman in Ms 73rd, yenr, ended 
a lor.n and useful life. Though only 
a youth in leens lio had gallantly 
worn tho gray and soon hard ser- 
vice for the Confederacy In tho 
ClvH airife.KJ'i'ho hanlehlps ond ox- 
posuroln tJOh^af won tho cause of 
tho trail health, that was his alflio- 
llon for many years. Happily mar- 
ried, the Ueconslruction period 
found the young soldier u farmor on 
n farm in Shinbone valley. 

In the early seventies Mr. Thur- 
man bought the llai-vey Bampkln 
pluco at Center Post, succossfully 
merchandising al tho store there for 
several years. An altack of western 
fever, corrlod hiniself and family to 
(><)inrnchcc, Texas. On his return to 
Ooorg.*a, Home claimed him for a 
citizen, a short while, but soon bo 
localod at LaKnyetle, buying a home 
nnd' entering business for himself, 
and was a succosAful and popular 
merchant for many yearn. 

Ills political career was mOjt flote- 
worthy. lie served In Iha^.jyffirt:!* 
logishtluro In !HH8.80-1)0 anliM^m ■ 
1007-8. In lOOe ho was elected by hMf 
friends In the county without boIIoI- 
tatlon, and after 1006 ho waa insisted 
upon to make the race agalh, but 
feeble health prohibited till l(iq«lr« 
for Rorvlco In Ibis capacity, uei alsO 
served on the bonfd of conutrnnmi- 
mlssloncr^ In \V»lkor a number of 
lorrtisi > '■ ■ . 1 ■'.,'' 

Eiiually as brilliant was hia Ma- 
sonic record. Dcslcjcs serving as Mat- 
ter of Wcslom lodge for several 
t«rnih, ho allonded Iho Grand lodge 
meetings for Iwenljr-slx consocullve 
yonrs and held Ibo ofllco of Grand 
Junior Deacon (ot fifteen years and 
Grand Chaplain of Iho OCand lodgfl 
6f tli'j stale for Ihrefl ycftra. 

He Joined tho Confederacy al the 
beginning of the War In IBOI .ond was 
with Gcnerol Iajb at Iho aurrcndcr in 
IBO*. . . 

In Iho sixties, ho was happily mar- 
rle.i In Miss Moltio MnConqell. .a 
spl-niiid wnninn. whoso lovo and de- 



conifort and help al the last, cheat- 
ing (l.-alh by her yvondcrful love and „ 
care, lo few tr.en w«r« ever given v 
happier home life, -nud warm and 
devoted friends. 

A MelhodUl bora and br^, his ° 
beloved church h&a'iQ hirjKi faith- ' 
ful, zeolous workor, trfiocially in. 
the hunday scliuol. Wr a number of 
ytat', the LoFayfllto MclhodUl Sun- 
day school was under his caro as 
suii'M iiitundeul, a bappy memory of 
niiuiy of tho lowfi'j b«*l m«n and 
worm n. Old Trkifly, his flrst church, 
will I ver hold JiU work there In lov- 
ing' 1 ' ineinhrau^e. > 

Thi: sunset shadows brought years 
of iiruHgle with a lio|>ele8S disease, 
but his cheerful courage nnd In- 
vinoible npirll never failed. To the 
last I is mind was keenly alerl %nd 
his l-iiowledg* nnd Interest in world 
alfaii^ was wido and varied. 

Frank Thurmon was born In Mar- 
thasvllle, now Atlanta, Jan. 10, 1814, 
f nd was tho oldest son of David and 
Alico Doylos Thurman, who In his 
infantyjJremoved to Chorokoo, Oa. 
On f.i^ fother's side, ho was descend- 
ed from a prominent South Carolina 
family of Ilugounol oxtractloa. 

Kiii|erat services we^o held from 
tho Methodist church Tuesday 
mornliiK al 11 o'clock, conducted by 
Ilov. J. A. Partridge nnd fiov. B, F> 
Gullle, In the presence of a larg« 
iiumlier of relatives and friends, In- 
termiiit followed at. Iho LaFnyoUo 
cemclcry 

Mr. Thurman is survived by hla" 
daughler. Miss Annio, -one brother, 
John ' T. Thurman, of Uorrisburg, 
and^P tislcr, Mrs. Emtna Uoyd, of 
^riiivVork. 



MRS. MATTIE HELMim 

DIED Al CASSiiKglij): 



^Mii). Matll* rda'SK^Tiemr.r 
wlfrt of B. fl. U»lm«n4 dJe<l MondvM 
nlghi. Dob; ll,*l (Ihb jSc^^tififiM' 
molhtr, Mrs. j:ilub«lJi plflphtin»,"»l) 
Cossnndra, Oa- liRod 25 yoarij eleVta' 
montln and eljiht day*. Th« doo&M-^^ 
cd It iurvlvod by her^. >hU*b*nd,\' 
mother, two slstera, Kevad»\<»n(J'^, 
Parlsuda, residing at homiv^'tlw; 
four brothora, .Orttrtof^;Fk>y<V/Ac?iH 
ihur and Wesloy^ all Uviroi'tt !(:«#*! 
Sandra. Th» foner»l;Mnrlo<>»,,weft 
hold alvJQ.o'clooi^., .oa;j^Jliur»d»)r 
morr.ing: and inlflrmcnVfollqnVbd -at 
poned, 11 wM rMllbg v«ry,weU^wlJcn 



lz/z;i^//9/C> 



I.cUrrs of AdinliilNlrntUin 
liiMUHlii, Wiilkrl' (AiUllty. 

A|ii'lliaUnii ImviiiK I"'"'" rimilc in 
<liu> foim lo linvi" W. K. |)lrk()'m 
miiKiiiiU-il iicliiiliilMtnilni- of llm cn- 
(iili- of V. I), iind I !■'.. hiLkmiii, lnli> 
i)r fiild (••Mitily. .li'iciiM-.l. iiiiUcn In 
lir.r«^liy Kivrii llfat I will nnns unon 
Bulil npiiliiiilii'ii Bl my "nln- In l.n- 
l'"nyrlli', kiimI roiinly, on llu- lli'il 
Mii^'lny ill .(iiiiunry. I'uxl. Mvrii 
• imlrr —v I' iii'l '"' ' iiillfl'll siffiiii- 
turr, llii-t I>|'L' 4. 101'^. 

.W. I-. STANHia.r,, Oiilliiivry. 



I.rli«n« or ArimlnlnlrtUoit'Vvt'Wd 

Ooorxln. %\'nlk(ir Cmititv.' '•- ■ ' ".',. 5'>|1; 
AlipllrnllnnhnvlMK. bi>rn mWV I*t)) 
iliio" loiin lo have Mm. Mniidn 3(t»>**j 
«oy, npiiolnlcd adtnlnlslrntrlt.' npmnt',, 
llin tdluLf of J. I). FiilliT, InU ifTtvUKIV 
rnuiily, «lcci«Hnc(t, noUciv )« .litr^tar,^ 
kIvm Hint 1 wilt pnin oii'ijnl^' npptfc.'', 
cnli.'ii III my onico In ;i.nKnto*t*4i', 
pinid coiiiily, on llio nr»l MondiyiS*'.''' 
.Inminry, nnxL (.'Ivcri under," rtijtvjj) 
Imnd ond . oIllciaL ■ignnUiro.'^liifraeu. 
Doc. 1, lUil Ijl ,1'' ' ^ ' V ii' ' ■\i^;i 



CALDU iCM,— <;uo<)vf:n 

Tlio announcorncnl onttio cmkoko- 
I mniil of Mia.i lUiliy CaldWoll, diiiigh- 
Icr of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Lv. (;nlilwoII 
Bovitll of town, and Mr. I'Mctclior 
Oroovor, In llioVollowiliK card will 

I bo of Interest to uu^ iniyiy friends Of 
llie >oung couple: 
"Mr. niid Mrs. J. \\ J Caldwell an- 
nounce llio ovgOKcirK-nl of their 
■nounce the enKOKcmcnt nnd np- 
jproarliing mnrriaKo of their (IuurIi- 
I ler, Ituby, Lo Mr. Klolnhor (iroovor. 
the wcddiiiH lo Inko place Dec. 20." 



HOCUf:— PAnKKIl 

Tiie McHscnger is in receipt of the 
following invitation \wliiiJi will bo 
read Willi much InlVrofl over tlie 
county by the many lyi/ndrt of the 
contracting v«riic8; W 

"Mr. and Mrs. Jaineayfi. llogue ro- 
que.'^l llie Jionor of your presene.c at 



Uio marriage of Uioir dnughtor. Ruhy 
Muriel Uoguo lo Mr. Joel C. I'arkor. 
Sunday afternoon. l)cceml)er Iwenl- 
ly-fourth, nineteen hundred anil six- 
teen, nl four o'clock nl IJnplisl 
church, Lafayellc, Uoorgla." 



I r" ^ *-^lN iKEMOnr.UI fAnothcr'lhcmoof lh'ankfu!no»rand 

MRS. MATTIE STEPHENS IIELKA.V " praise 

';,C«i8i»niJrm,-0r,.Dw). li, iej<JA^A9|Anoih<T^11nk mr high (fc'r souU lo 
friends aud neigUlwrs we wish toj ., rxiJBO , • /»' • 'f .. 

aJjo this public IribtiU) of rcspccl ^rul' V^o Ijlomc aodUwV^cnl ' ' 

f ftend «5up ifyftii^ithr to her B)6lljor,<F'' " ?i i^* ^ f k 'i* 'i 
^ — .TL.lr, I Jduf mor(ia^ tloil) 



l|tesbjuil&, !,rt)l)i.,;n! tfpd Bistort fy-'o'-^l', ^igH""""'^^ •"'*'^' ♦; 

^l^wpUcJiljlJ^ «hadW of.lHi5:th«t hM,V>lMr, Apai-Vtlott canpo 



,-^{lWlW\V'hyy.W«i^«*T ?*rh7 W4JliVP.$-"'''"® ^''crc "ono aro mie»od 
ll(f'T>Otti^« Wh\le pain and grief our 7 "■'"naUy. 
/i)Ulij'bonumb. in all our weakness ^^'''^ '''■'"»' Brinl us soon a placO 



iianing on His might, wo know al 
IVenl.'do IL shall he Ili^bb Wo shall 
Imdcrstand why hers was a brief 
Ifo— journey— .1 path of suderlng 
'I'hich she bravely trwi. The sunset 
J)f bur life was l^tautlful. Tho cross- 
hg W'Bs to puaceful' and' happy as 
Jlio I rave sweet spirit was borno 
gently to resl fronithelnlcnsosuflor- 
Ing, that per\'U(llng our sadness Is a 
,»p(ril of prai.-M- and thankfulness 
thai her |)nln is over forovor! In the 
now heaven and new earth there aro 
no tears, no pain, no hcarlachos for 
Uo<l himself shall wipe away all 
Icari! with Illl own linnd,and WO 
shall be iit homo eti-rrially. 
"One Lrmt Al Home" 

.- Ono less al home I 

The i.'harmod '-irclc broken — a dear 

laco 
Mlspfd day hy day from H» accus- 
tomed place, 
But cleansed and saved and perfect- 
ed by grace , 
One more In Heaven I 

Ono less at homol 

;One voice of welcome) hushed, and 

evermore, ' 

Ono woni of (arpwqll spoken; on Iho 

tliore I 

Where parting comes not, one houI | 

landed more — | 

Ono maro In HeaMtnl ' 

Ono more al homel 
This Is not homo, where cramped In 

. oarthlymoiild. 
Our sight of Christ is dim, our love 
shall lA:hold, 

Is homo nnd Heaven I 
■ .'• Hut there, where face lo fuce we 
Is cold, 

Onn les« on I'lirlhl 
Its pnlim. its soriown. iind itn tnils lo 

share, 
Ono le^s Iho pilKiiiiiH 'daily imohh In 

beor. 
One inoro tho crown uf raii'tomed 
souls to weor 

Al home In lloavonl 

■ >•'. Ono more In lloavonl 

f '-'Anothor thought lo brighten cloudy 



with thco 

AJ. home in UeavonI 

I'arcwoll Mnllio until then. 

MRS. J. W. SHUMATE. 



^V^//9/<^ 



FOXT-SIZEMOnB 

Onn of tho InlorosUhg lyule-lldo 
weddings was thai whlCh/t^nlted 
Tuesday al 9 o'clock, Mr. Altpn Fox 
and MIm Ethel Bli;Vmor(>;^lhe Rov, 
W, C. TaJIcnt, pastor or the young 
people, performing \Hio marriage 
coromony al tho pnstJrlum ht Chlck- 
amaug«»~J 

The giwm la the eldest son'of J. 
D. Fox, of Wurt-cn, nnd Is one of the 
popular young men of the county; 
whilo tho brido Is tho atlracllvo and 
youngest daughter of Rov. A. D. 
SIzemore, also of Warren. 

Afler a brief tour, terminating In 
JackBonvllle," Fla., Ihey will ho at- 
homo to their friends In Lal'ayctlc.^ 
where Ihoy will ao to housekeeping." 



9 



12- 



I^In^ 



OcorKln, Wolkor.Couiilr.'-.;;-.,V.\5'/Mt 
Appllcallon lidvlnp pbrii jnnu^ ni 
•lye lormlo |iavo,Mr», Mnu(lo,-M^ 
noy,.nppolntc'l ndmlnlslratrix .ijtiMi 
Iho tutato of J. B.FUllor, Ulo of,»*W 
county, ' dccoMod,noUco< J»'.het*jw 
«lv©n Ui»t Iwill jiBM on^old'applW 
oallnn bI my.- onio« c Jn -I>»F»y«U*, 
Mid county, oivtli" fl<*«t' Mot^ilay.tf; 
Janunry, incxt/ Olven^tmdc^V'nhr 
hand land < ofTlclal t •irtUlur«,vU*'fl 
Deo. *: 1918.:.. •.-•.. ■'■''lr--'/;^^i'''iiV«l 

' l.rllVrN of AilmlnlnlraUoii 

(jpnrKlii, 'Vulkor Coviiily. 

Apfillci Ion" having licon mado In 
duo foriji 141 liavn \V. E. Dlckaon 
nppoinl('(i' niinilnlHlrnlor of llio fl»- 
tnlo of V|l0. nnd I. K. Dlckdon, lain 
of fnld (ovinty, duronnfd, nollco in 
hcriliy Kiypn ihnl I will pass upon 
snld nppli:nUon nl my nnlco In \a- 
J-'nyi'lIc, I'nid rounly, nn tlio Ilrsl 
Monday In January, iinxl.. Given 
undor m;' linnd and olIiQial signa- 
ture, llilaiDoc. *gl0ia, ,^ . .„, 



Thos. 8lcphon8on,>.>ho,:itJle<lw;iMt' -■ 



Sunday night at 10:«;!w4b > lal(l>AU>. ♦BTf)AV JANIIARV 5 1fll7 
rest In Iho MoInlyrooematoit.TuS*"'^ ' ,j ' J^"^^* ^' ""• 
day, funeral 'sorvlcos Wka con(Juot*(l''i — ^ ' 

by nev. W; M,-I'ellliTfcw.S'H«»uf^; ' 

vIvM by hit falhor'andMolhSp; W^u^ Gn«>OVER-<:ALD\VELL 

nnd Mrs. W.'A. Blophdnson;h|i'5(?lfe^ A wcddlnK of inluicHt lo tlioir 

AfrB'EnnnaiUtcphengOTn — wlTO>-wa*;\ "may friondu, won liial of Mr 



r'' uixi Minffv Iluby 

,,^ _._.„,,, occurred CiirlslmaB 

8tcplicn»on,;orthlavipl»o©,^^fkn(li!b]»;>', 'Iny nl iho UapUet I'n8lor|um;, ftgv. 
thro.) »liitor»,,Mr«,'.tJ/M,.BrplflCl<rt4 '• H. I-eonard olllcioting. Oi\)yf "■ "' 



formerly Miss Epinia MoKIti, Jll(\ii'b|<a I'l'iliiior Uroovc 
two tnrolbo(i)>v£<lW|kf(}='and'>K|int«<lf Caldwell, wliich 



llob^rt' L»ho 'Bnd. llttlOiMlBf'^r^liljr^, fii'^KJo wore prosmil lo wlUlosg tllo 
|8tophen»oa.^^]^•i^5::~^^:■^^^^^ ccrumony. nnd Imniodlaloly aflor tho 

iTiitiiTnt»tnf- f I * » » » J Lf-ti.fiit..t.iTi.T. 

* i i* I A in 11" ri i"r^r 1 * " 

+ ■ upiwooD iJicAiif. . + 

+■ '■ ■ v. ■ li ■■:■■■'■■■:■■■■ + 

jt»t^t^_ f'«^'— *— *-^-*- -»-*-^ ', T lull * • ** * * 

I •> A,-)TtH»Jln« lirhich la ^of . mocb; iPr 
'tern* tcHheIr tH-Ujy ft enda ■*« :ibo 
iiMrnMi.fciinday tltejboon of V*^ 



'%i^^i>?:MKMOi\V' 



mm p;vn iNrMKMQiiY 

jCiiPf ae(i^v|^lHlI(\ Lucllc, Slinhnn, 







t^rHgp(J»!lo, tnl)om:i»cc 

fJ'S^l'l W^'^ ■*?^>^^'" 




< ;Ko>* jiornp7ioaryilloV)ow Nov. 
iiie8t;lho: ft^b't)! ^ 4 V^aTfl'. . " 
jl^^WM":"* brlglil loving lllllo 

ni'^gono over, the fiver of 
'j^ibotrh'oft^f r9olher;,,;Who 
p™ ., iii)r|Uo. :hor brighf 1pV>mtI 
i5iiir|»;rQur. yefcra iso,:\\-y .-.;, 
iW^r;!*!* IV^U. lo rlv« bef,.qtK 
[:)in'(f*(i.het',«6,,muohL ia'joor 
rikhpoJ," <pr.' »he,wM;,»l>o|»\» 

' 1ii)|<l>?ili>ryoh;*«w«5lUl-; 
'^'.ift^,'%<irli:^ Bui npi^jsho 
itta ayhj(r<!^'ji»i ip«riln«>. ,Fiil 

liWt AiV iW l Wuf'mir »l/>«i >!■ hnr 



wordh that niado llieni liuiititnd and 
wifo wcro gpokun, tiio r.ouplo left for 
ii lo:\ (InyH vhlt wUli roloUvm of Mr. 
()nM)vor in Alabama. 

Mrt. Groover Ih a daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. A. Caldwoll, nnd is popu- 
lar .'iniong u wide circle of frionda 
and ncciuainlnnues. Mr. Groover li 
well, known hero as well as In the 
county as nn energetic, upright 

man. 

young coupio are at homo to 
friends In tho home of Mr. nnd 

\S!t^^-'^l\^M^^^ ^■'•'^•"!"' of I"" contracting party 

IPi'«fi..-.^/L.S. •■•%■.'■. •V.',lbrrA-7yi>-> tondiT eongratulallon% »vtio wish 

'' "T ri'i'iiif ■■iIbIi'^^I ■■■■iii->i iirii'i '"*'*" "■""* '^ '""8 o"^ happy Jouniey to- 

[»l^i.i >; ifngeV' %alet^ /but t hbiTV^'p&wl 
i0W',;tx^ u'» <j-ar.;iwing brofjrof.-Mo 

'jiVftiii,a,'iff^(iisrfii^»f,, tix4.^nit).lWcK 
iroo^' Bletera 'tW)4 Vw^ ..brtjt hor> ]b 

idli -■—-'«■• • 

(nuoh. 
t 




o^' Bieiera -tfw ^'•"t .'Mmi nor > p 
.■n (oir.hlhi\W» i«lt lov^T-blM 

. IfTvod you,' y*a,4«r(f Jtftrrt<;l;Jr(nM 'f. 

J Jlnl Jeao* loved, Vou'Wi*vr<-\'v^ 

7 till- lle.Uai. 8wr^ll/.<!»lied 7 f^v vf4 

' ' iTa , joodo r, »h 1 n ln» »)» vr*fc ' .!j >" V^'' 

[Wo vi-iJf Wrt -Mfty l3f lte3.^bcriii' |i( 

jia'tlme. of . bl?,>do«lh'ai' T'carjl. plfi. 

^d(J fieoft i'.<)urrcrpr-o|:''Thod^^f 

ii«4WMP •whliif^J'plwe<l,>f»^r.,'AH 
|i>!tWhO:lh4 'loving^ hIi^«lj;>b\i^ 
Lbirt ill (n rVTiln.' Johtt'i^ 4<)X^^ 
k tthi^ kihd^-ili v.tw knew hlin lor-. 



m Uftiisd of l^(( Bonw po^ nikd^ wlUi 
W \u?f.{ Ho ;MlOi;wM.-h5»ily,t6.«i0 
if^ ^'l^kcd'of^civ^i^tf ,t]la Jqrv^' Uf* 
qa ii»(l'hls ioY^ QM9 Aroi^ind tv^*.!^ 






10 



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IN lIEMOiXY OF W. M. HANSOM 

"O. I Irnnge nnJ swocl il seems lo mi", 
-.Thul ere this day is done, 
TIio voice tlial now Is speaking 

'Mny bo beyond Iho sun." 

When a great and bcauliful life 
Iiaa gone on llhero lingers nn oHect 
like unto n concordnnco of Bolcinn 
swcel sounds, in Iho blending of 
whoso perfcCl nannony "cchocB roll 
from soul lo oouP and go on rorcvcr 
and forever. How very Iruo is Ihis 
when Ihe silcn'. voico wns once Ihal 
of a ioN'ing counselor and sinc<srt5 
friend. Nor cm loo much bo Baid.lflt< 
cherish lU Influcnco in living mofn-r 

ory: ■■ ■ . : ■ -^ ^il ' 

W. M. Ransom haa departed, pul 
he Is not doad. liis eoul hat ' Wci) 
waTlcd out Into pod'ir groat inOiiil)', 
but m this reglonof' the 8upor-M»n; 
he now livQ(i a fuller lifo and. ^(ill 
011^ a plan (nnaceadtDtlr %rti{M 
than that <1rh iota we MW,|)lmite^d 
hert,, 1..^ -•,'••- '/ •,'*.■■■". f,* ; 
'.'To .a Jtrgo «ilenl' Ihls wa« \ini^ 
pbiloaojiby. "to him l(m«i wibi not i 
\ii\a% apari bul'i part, .ol~r*lcrfllly 
ll«el/-^u»t a3".ft?od.''»i"pur3>irtJfti 

tera«Un^and luUnMly woflh .wbTIo. 
ileibtrd to i;« »cUff^ ppon vlgof- 
otuly»-UaiproTC<J, i »nd Interpret^ 
rtghlly..v0n« Of his (rrorilc phraaen 
•mif •H>pportuniUc» fly low but fail". 
Bf^y nvrao 16« «'<1<J Of leUiargr il*' 
c«lfple«8or*»^ll<s fe^reO, Ihal Uie blgb- 
erlift ^aA lAo truer' wit were often 
do^t^iit«t/Oft«n'iU)l^ 'wM talt'to 
19 bciirt alniosl wltl»'toiirral irriet? 
V U^i,iicrf^l,lir••J^M,the oulwihJ^ 
expn»»J<>ojof;U»o!Ffrr»oi»l of.lbc 
MMlH^uf.contelocO in ctas»ic,m-* 
(tmlOf^'TexiraJtcd and far aboTo (he, 
hd>Mf-^'«M in tMrUttguageiof Ji'ai 
«6(|*W IwHtW iwai,' "anTthlnjTjifo 
\kijXtti^viA rnwS th*r mob.'T 'SUIJ.;!** 
Sirairkea -Wlt^ -mgtt '»tid:kop^!^(6o 
»MiB,t(fiat5wDTL* 'K'or«ioiT*r ht» ari^hl 
^iS^.^i^KWClnir lM«a Yttil j<o4 
hill 'Ilff^,1rprjilbo« /rr«r> 1.1* nsiner, 
iiihl.lHcpta>;»jrn«>y» J^of.JwtWttyj 
kiot ntbiMr In iliO/iKii^'trf i;>racf]c»l 

Md< ttn^ ^Vlwleaoin«:.> tpnve iSfffVies 



///^/n/7 



;///A/7 



^'UNCLE" ZACK LANEK? 
FOUND DEAD IN 



EARLY TUESDAY MOIlNlfW^ 
DtATll DUK TO APOTLEXY— : ■ 
WAS ABOUT Go YEAHa ' 
OF AGE ■" " 



IN \u:H(>itv or Mus. viucia 
I'oiisncn 

(1,1 M.Mi.lny. Ki'C. JS, Ulhi lli.' iiUKcl 

of llii* I.e. I'll iMiii.- mill l> iwMv Ihi- 

sum iiiiil'Ki'iiHr S|ilril iif Mrs. Vir- 
Ki:i lui^ilcr. She wiirt nliniil Ti yriirs 
old III liiT drt.illi. Nearly all iif linr 
life sill- W118 .". wiliiesi fur Iht Sa- 
vior. Sill' \vii» liivni by all wlm kiii'W 
lior; I'wv ii-aily to It-nil 11 IwIiiiiik 
hnni! Ir Iho (infnrUiiiatr. iliilnx nil 
she toiild to rolluvn niiil cIiimt the 
sick. Ni) ono ponsofsoii iimri' roih- 
niniiih'lilc trails and linil llii'ni ho 
fully ih'Ncldpod iiB ViiMiii dill, oricu 
liavi- \mi heard her iirMUIiiK (iml for 
His iriiecrning riucc. It wiih her 
clilrf iJi-siro Lo ^ci« HlnniTR horn Into 
l.ingdotn of (loil. Il In haiil lo 



Z. W. Lancy, ogcd aboul Ol yt)4r9, 
known to hia many ' ncquaJnlanCfes 

her-? as Undo Znck, W(.3 fojnd dead '"'••'l"'' H'fL wfe will never M-n her on 

hKi again, but we con nay tlinl hnr 
liTr was' such that wo fnci assured 
hIii- has olcrnal life wllh Iho ro- 



l)cd curly TuesdW /mornlftg. 
Frank Wardlaw, who wy rooqilftg 
wilh him wag starllod'Mion ho a- 
wokn and found Uncle Zaok dood\ 
Immediately he sent for a physloian/'" 3> 



Dr. Uagood rcBpondlng arid pro- 
nouncing him dt-ad. An Inquest was 

held later in the dayib'y Cgronor Ray , , , ,, , , , , , 

Til II 11 ii„i\<„Siv, „,».- I" choerfu r^^. gnat on ylo dod her 

Johnston, who bold Ihal dcatn/Was 1 , u 1 n 1 1 



mcd.-Vlrgia will bo sadly missod 

ur commiinlly. Nobody wos bo- 

I her iiolli;r and teiuliir tare. 

Ker last lllni'«n was long and very 

\nro but she boro II pallonlly and 



due lo stroke of apoploxy. 

The remains were taken Wednes- 
day lo Bronco and laid lo real in Iho 
cemetery Uiero. Mr. Lanoj is sur- 
vived by his 801), W. 1,. Lanoy, 
Bronco. 



Iifr back to II III who gave It, look 
iiiK lot^ard to a hcLlnr homo than 
lliii.. 

Sl'c IcavoH a husband, little baby, 
', fill her Dud motliiT and ono sinter of 
lliiH place and a host of frlrnils and 
|ri.'l.itlvoH lo monin their loss. I would 
Hayio;llio loved ones: ".Weep not for 
yoii.will »«o her byo and hyo." 

I£cr funeral .wa» oonductod.by floy.. 



H. T. Ileiirn at Ihe II|i|iliHl ohuniJiTn' 
Ihe iirenence of 11 larKO eoiiKiralion 
I of rrlatlvoM and friends. Krom |i Uir 
ruorl.Tl remains were bornn lo Us Inst 
rostinr iilneo In lliu New I.ookoul 
oemelcry. (, 

Aslnep In J«>.«UA, blcspcil Hieep, ■ 
From which nonn over wako lowoep. 
Sleep on I>ror VIrgIa and lake Ihy 

rest, 
Ood eallcU Ihijo homo, Ho thought 
il beat. 1 

Written by her Coimln. I 



I 



11 



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+ 



<<; ' WE8T LAI^AYETTE 



SpOifrlftL'AVnlkof,* 
S,2,jloli\i R. WllUnnii 
li'ifl.ili.D, V/ll|l»mi,I 

5,»lm(Hl fo( lollbri ( 
sjWil.tdmlnJelrilor 
j{!M;rebr given, to nl 

gr^tKfUiiUor'niT,!, >■••". ,-. 



iUmlnlon , '-^, 
ounly. . .•.'.■, 

I AUnilnUlralof.'nf 
)(« Of snldcoMnty, 
.od W llio uitdiir- 
f dl8ail«iflon from 
Ihlp. ,■ Nollco ,l» 
iconccrwd ItiM I 
ii|>lloallod.lil (ny 
.,»«ld county ."on 
Fobrutry,!n*xL 
land.-nnd ofllolal 



A ;*roddlhg , of »nlero«t;,^ W|/;ihelM 

)!., laio Of Bul.l torium nnv.'L BA£onBr drofflplBUi>ir.A p 
ilico Is lioroliy -fjfily, » few jnond* WtfrS^proMRl-W.-^ 
, on ^ni'l,npi>l'- •amTrf:n;ihrccromony:^"»hd.j,1qirfi4rf 



. '.s^ ■■ri^;NEAlADAV18..;gf?^ 

' Ixillors of AdmliiUI ration AVWddlng^pf »nlero«t .,^^^U..v^«..j 

OcorRin. Walker Couiiiy. mntiy-frlfeftdi Vi» lnal'-^'Mr.;J»<Wfe 

1 Appllcnllon ."invlmf !',«:;""„ niii<ln In D^vi,.;and^ Ml'f*4Abb>rNofcli ^whl^lf'^ 

duo lorni lo li.Tvo -mis ' 

nppo'ntcd ndinlnislrn 

o»lnlo of W IV Ilcnaoi 

county, (loccosod, 

givrr. llial t will pass 

cnlicn ttl my oiiw 



+-chruory, nnxU' tJlvcn un.lor my foh i? i»horV,vl«U vWUnf /.WWiip; 



hand and ofllclal slgnaluro. llils Jnu 
8 1017 
^' W. L. 8TAN8ELL, Qrdlpary 



'I-,' ' ■ ^ ' I 

' . •-Admlntatr*! br> 8«lo , ' 

G*or«l«. Wtlkor (Xlinly. . I 

/.-.Br vlrlno of an < iler Iwucd from 
•tho Ordinary's Co( rt of ChalUwga 

iCTin..fOU. will Hi told boforo tlio 

cr.iv^.houMdoor ii tlid ibwn ofl^il 

^m-tllc, laid oOuiify, Iho following, 

flfi«ctlbod' properlj I lo-wil: Throo 

(3) BCre« hidro or i *§«," al tunlod and 

,b«ln;; on (hoOrc^h IJusli and Ia-\ 

l-ayoUo public rod J and bolng pari' 

ofJol ofiandWo. llnoty-«ix (MJ.'Inl 

lhjy-.7lh;rii»(rlvi pill 4lli unclloniof 

*ttld .Nydlkor-Ciuily, On., and for- 

irmrwKOwnod'Jby) ! . . j,- Nliiani, 'I'd 

.|><»;M<» •» l''« pros frty of J. T. Le«- 

JIo*|id»of said coO Mr, doccajpd; for 

fUjO; DUrpo«(u ord llrlbullon. Tcrma 

;or,«ftle, C««h..' T)>l| iJanunry tl, 1P17.- 

^'^tf04"'K\.W^ [LIK. Df'coawd., 

■ LeUeni of Administration ' 

Georgia, Walker County. 

Application having been mado in 
duo form to havo J. U. Carlock op-' 
polnlod admlnlslralor upon llio es- 
lalo of Elizab .Carlock Daltoh, Into of 
said rounlv, dcccnBcd,. notice is horo- 
by given that I ^'ili pass on said ap- 
pllcntion at my ofllce In LaFayolle. 
Jttid county, On tho first Monday In 
tebrurry, nnxl, Given under my 
o w^ -?"'' onicial slamaluro. this Jan. 
o, lvl7» 
* W. I^ 8TANSELL, Ordinary. 

Ycnr's Support 

Ocorgln. Walker County. 

To wjiom it may conCorn: Mrs 
Mary I>uryonr, widow of U. C. Pur- 
ycar. Into of said county deceased 
has nnplied to the undorslKnod for a 
years sunport for herself and elx ■ 
mmor children from tho estato of 
salil ilpcoHscd. Notice Is hereby given 
on ihni I will pass on said appllca- 
Uon al my omco Jn I-nFayotto, said 
county, on the llrst Monday In Fob- 
rOar/. next. Given under my hand 
and rnicial algnaturc. i;hlfl Jan. 8, 

".AV. L. StTANSEtL. Ordinary. 



i Mre, DaviB Is ihfrroynWc;d*a8>W 
or B,'M;No»1.o1 Martlnd»l6(4tidih- 
a ■Wldp . circid :^'oC/f Hcnd«y Mu»^ 
WVlker'ftndfcMiloOfTt .bcAmtyVrMrt| 

or.MnrlltidA^'l>^;««t^ ^ oWiJ^f*! 
• -*--''',;the,tmlp# 



fg Well known UjMiighoUtr 



.. o«. - V. -^.-onria^wmK CcTit^y. «: well Kngwu W^.V«»^^'rrj.TMK-'<^ 



SKI ^^Wni^'i^^^ 



BUl^FALO rtliX 



ttrAfnT.AiJ 



y i^cnvoiv^ ColoT 'Jan- : JO-T^olon 
\villlwh F'rcdcrlclc'..Cod)r;:.(Dufr»l 
BlU;.' wldlocr; tiunler/and'^ •CoOl. 
die^ dl 12:06 p. In, be 
linm: of HlhilBt^r^ — 
^ VV T H lC Tolonol i^ ^yTl'«<> <)<Ct» liV I'l 

nol^ unUl twipftllV ,lh»>;nl»' cofH'i'?'] 



iUr«cUv6.ymliit>* 
Mr»:;'Bik«i!-'of;j 

buslneM-matt Of Mt,:C»rtn«LS>>'i*S5^ 



y^jij«)ii)rjd«(;j»,i 

datigMer,'or;M'r 
Ilock^Stlrr^r.t^ 






ilwfy'.ind^JjiUMdlAt^lf^^c^Pila 

'^~. . .n k..-! Ik. riv« •Hd.'MaAm* 
)»pl* 






<juoro'A';f';''?..;;'.ni'.v;^"„'n?^''''« 
e"&l7^^^'\T•'!r"^^'^r'■''-"^ 

county, loc.n .,'';;:';;''; """ ?f «•"'' 

'I|''mI sn:niiliiii' •■ ■ 




•••• lext. .■ivrii uniior 
H. 1017 ■ ""''^'*' «'tf"olurc, t|iU 
W..I..STANSKf.r,.*Ordlnary. 



my Imnd niid 
Jan •• 



12 



'//9// 



?/7 



W. U CONN 

When it WW 
mbrt.ini Ihal W 
Clarcvil'o vf68 "d' 
shock U his h09l 
bul fc« of'lhc 




Sunday 
lOUy of 
a grpal^ 
rrlondx. ' 
thai hOi 



bul lew 01 lllUiy Miuniim •""- 

had bcni opcralcdon Ihfc previous 
dnyas^k InslJ-csorl in on cfforl lo 

save hi'''l'ffly^ .11 \ 

—JusTi "iTay (I I- 80 prcvTouiTylie haa 
been se^n on Iho slrcets of UocviUo 
nn(> wJi nuparcnlly . In his uBual 
good hinllh an.rsplriU. U wns wlion 
Imc line, rolurned 1,0 his ClArcvlUo 
home. Mfter allcnding lo business 
hcrp. lial lie tutTerod an nlUck of 
ncul*- •nofltoldilis from which ho 
sulTorq I so much Ihal he arose cnrly | 
Tliuis(ny mornln« nnd droVo lo 
town rlr medical Ircalmonl. II woa A^ 
o'clock when ho ilartcd lo lown a- | 
lono ai'd on hour and a half lalcr ho 
w-as taken lo q hospjlal. t^ l>»'y«K 
■clans LI onco pronounced hlp^coi\di-l 
■lion a! 'critical. Ho boon lapsed into 
uncop'ciousnoM and wbb never con- 
.6cior.^ again. -, | 

I ■ Hi? ' loath con)ing so suddenly ai\a . 
unoxpktcdly. was a great shock. lo| 
his falnily and cast a shadow of sor^; 
row o-»er Ihc entire communlly. Tho 
remil'is were lo1d lo roel In Olon- j 
wooil ccmelory hero, Sunday aRcr- . 
'noon tho rcligloiia services hcinKl 
hold ll IhcTesidenco of 1. J. Miller, 
while the services al tho'gravo were 
In cl-. Irgo of Ihe local . Woodmen 
lodgol ,Tho obsetiulcs wcrn largely aU 
Icndc 1 from all parts of tho county. 

W I.. Connally, "Bill," as hewaa] 
knoWf lo his more inllmalo fricmU. 
was Ibrn in Wolkor county. Oa.. on 
Feb (7. 1809, anrf was, Ihorofore, 157 
ycar^ I 9 months Ind V •i^'X' '>'''• "° 
was l|nllcd'ln-marrla«^9 on Doc. 31. 
188I.> MisaLaur* Ida Oarmany, To 
Ibis 'inlon six children were horn. 
!l\:iL"MrT'rc^"oil^to!rX?.n: «oh;nnd'a splendid nolgl.bor Ho was 

.Infarlky. ,.-.■,„ - ... r. „. 

MW Connally moved with \\\\ ["fu- 
lly ((^Toxns in 1889. locating In Mc- 
Clclllin county, remalnlnft there "no 
voar ind Ihon, moved lo Bkldn.ore, 
i)«c (Wnly. T!ie foHdwInftycar they 
inow.d to ClarevlUo and have ro|<id- 

cd lHt>ro continuously since. Mr (.on- „,rvlvcd Dy Ihroo i)rt)inf 

nnlb wa, InduMrloua artd the »''''''i'l««"?i 'f^'^.'^l^ „V,,,ows: Tom 
call b of g0odr»rmjngmelhml...n>n Of. f"'^;^'^" 'J^^^' " ?„", Ch.rli. 
„,adl him aprosperou* UUrr »"'^*- f^^^.?" J'^ f^.^^^^ 
sloclt farmer.-Ue and ^° "^ "i ,*"y''" „ E l"unl*r Konslngton! 

I HW Connallr- lo Wing I" b«)^> . ■ - • ' 
' mH VA m Deo county. Ue was a kM 
hurfland. a lovlnCfUh^r/* B'""' ^y\ 



Jccl ino upijuiiuiiin w ■■■" "-■••• 
Ity In particular and the county as a 
wh'olo.- lie was a lomlllar dguro on 
the streets of noovlllo and has" a - 
ways boon the picture of health. It i« 
nird to roallio that ho Is no more. 
Vorlly. in tho midst of life wo arc In 

death, i ■ , i.j „ 

.. Uosldea .his widow, and ch Idren, 
decease<ll.«i.rvlvedCylhrecbn,lh. 



13 



I /nil 



I nl/vi 



LEUAL ADVEnnSEMliNTS 



t 



• ■ J, 

jl.rltrrs (if lll.sinl.usloii 

Gcorgiii W.ilkiT ilciuiily. 

Joliii Y'.. W'lllniiiH, iiuiiiiiiislrtvloi- of 
G. K. IX WJIIiiuns, lull' I.I ;.iiid coiinly, 
(IrccnsKg, Ini.s k|i|>Ii<'i| in iiic> iiiiclci-- 
.Hi(<ui'(l i or Iclli'i- ol cliriiiiM-'Uin from 
said ociiiiiiidlnilnpliiii. .Niiiiro is 

tuTpliy Kivi'ii lu ;ill inmi' .| dial I 

will |in)4 (III xiiiil a|i|>lii':iluiii al iii> 
olUiT \\ I.aKiiyoUc, miikI cniinly, on 
IIk- l:nt MoiiilH'y in l'"cl)iuiiry, iip\t. 
(iivcn I iiiuirr my lininl unci olllriul 

\v'. I,. Sl'A.N't^Klj., Uiiliimiy. 

I i-Ucrs of Adiiiiiilslnilloii 

t.roi^l i, \\;ilkiT C.niinly. 

Avi'lii'ulioii Uaviiig 1 II iiM'li' in 

duo fljilll to liuvi- .l;is A. WaiilUw 
apiinii^ Icil iiiliiMiiislintor 11)1011 llm 
.•.Mliiic of .la-<. ('.. Wiinllaw, l;ilc of 
s;iiil (•( iiiily, ili'ii-iisi'il. Molin- is luMi'- 
:iy Kivjn llinl I will lui.ts on suhI iip- 
|iiii'iill6ii ul my olllro in l.iil''iiy<-nr. 
>iiiil i-)tinty, on tlic liMt Moiiihiy in 
I'i'lirii Iry, m-Xi.. (iivi-ii iiikIit iii9 
Imii'l l.'iid oniri:il HiKiiiiliin;, UiIk .Inn. 
rt I>.)1'., 

iV. r,. sr\.\SKl.l.. (Jr.liii;iiy. 



^'i-Kri'N of Ailnilnlslnilloii 
Iroi-^j II, Wiilkrr County. 

A'liMlralion li:ivin|{ Iicimi iiiailc ill 
Iiif firm lo li.wc I''.. II. Ili'Imiiii iiji- 
lioinllil llllnlinl^l^lllo^ U|ion tlii- oH- 
tulc .'f .Mnllii- I. Ilrlm.in. lull! of Hiiltl 
Covin! Jf', (Icrc:i."cil, ii(»(ici) is liinrliy 
;;iv(:i, ttinl I will p.nMn.oii siilil nii^ili- 
ralioi/ al my olllcn in I.at'"nyfili', 
saM i'nunly. on (lie llrnl Monday, in 
l'"cl);iiiiry, in-xl, (liven nndiT my 
IiiuhI and olllcinl siKiinhiii', this .lai). 

B, ion. 

W. L. STANSlil,!.. Ordinary. 

Ixlli'rs of .^dniliiKlrullon 

(Icorj.'ia, Walker Couiily. . 

A|i|ilir.alioii liavliig lieen iiinde in 
line '.ornilo liave .). II. Carlock ap- 
nolnlVJ ndmiiiisl.ralnr npnii tlin oh- 
iiil<' if Kli/.ah C.arloe.k fiallon. Inl<' of 
oftld ijounly. deceased, notice Is heie- 
liy given lnal.,1 will pass on said aii- 
plica'inn aUmy olllce in t.iir'nyetle, 
said Wiuiilyron llin llisl Monday In 
I''ebi| icr/,: nexl. (liven uitiler my 
haiin.arUl.'olllclal HiKiiatiire. lliiit Juii. 
8,' lU a. U 

W. L. STAN3ELL. Ordinary. 

Yrnr'n Support 

(Jcojlfia.. Walker Coiinly. / 

'riiiwliomil may concorn: Airs. 
.Mar;' Puryear, widow of II. C. Pur- 
year j lalo of «aid county, dnccascd, 
linn'. npMcd lollio uiidnrMiKiiod for a 



Mna MAnntA inonnis , 

When on SopU 21, 1910 tlio b*!aull- 
ful Bpirlt of Mrp. Marllia Morria took 
(IIkIiI lo ll« nlornal homo all who 
knew her wero made to nav, "A real 
motluT of Isri'nl has passiAl away. 

Bh»le,r Morri") was a daughter of 
l\ov. Z. p. Clark anil wairborn In Ca- 
toosa cpunly, Or., Nov. 12, IWl. t'.! ; 
profcBsed faith in Clirlgt at 12 ye. 1 . 
of anc, joined the .Mi«Rionary Uapt.si 
church, and a christian life of '•>^ 
years had indeed made her a loval). : 
charatter. 

She Iwre her RulTcrings witli Kical 
patience never ceasing lo tell those 
around )ii!r about the Kooditef>8 of 
c;od and when llio summons camo 
she. was fliiiging His praises aiul rc- - 
joiciiig in a Savior's love. 

Sh.^ was married to W. ('>. Morri* 
.Ian. IH. 1874. To tiiis union wero 
l/)rn seven rhildren, six of lliein 
gurv.vc lier. She was a true devoted 
wife end mother and to sympatliii- 
ers il seems liard to know that after 
lliis I rue companionsliip of V2. years 
one iiui.st PB33 away and leav(j.^thc 
other U( travel alone for awhile. 
May Ciod in his Wisdom llll the va- 
cancv as Ho alone can. 
■ llel life was a ver^ active, in- 
dustrious one, ever ready lo assist 
Ili03(< around her. Surely one of tho 
brightest Rlara In her crown will ho 
for nbeylnK Christ in his" saylOK. 
"Ill ab much as >'^^aid it unto one of 
the ICBBt of Ihoso yo did it vinlo Mc. 
ITo llie her relatives and frionds wo 
extend our heartfelt symnathies anij 
may her christian liio bo a guide 
' :i03l for each one. ■ 

•Why should wo ipourn departed 
friends, ' 

Or shako at death's alarm?- ' 
Tis but the voice -that Jesus acndft 
To call us to iris arms." 

MRB. K. I. V. ClIEYNE, , 
MnS. A. n. TAIIVIN, 
MRS. CUA8. LO\'E. 

Comrailloo. 



yeai'l support fur herself and six 
ininir children from the csUito of 
SMid;(leceaseil. Notice Is hereby given 
ijn iiat I will pas^ on snid applica- 
tion, al my onico in I-nl^aycUo, «nid 
couny, 00 Um first Monday III Feb- 
niar^- next. Olven under my' haml 
"n-i rmclal. Bignaturo. This Jan. 8, 
1017 • - -' 

W. I.. 8TAN8ELL, Ordlnory. 



^To'lho '«h*rlff- of-toid lC«nll>S 

6i4<iUg: ;^:.. :;^-;#^§ 

M . tot. Dlvotf i.'.-H.vff |)\'. '•';'*i^^^: 
Tlio .icfciKUnl B. p. Pahop l4.l»ertjgj 
l'.y.rr<'auirca-pot-wh<(UK:,orA^it:«^ 

jtbfndy, U)' W''«hd >PP«W'<l'}no Ti*«j 
sijpfl'for coiirt* to ij<TlJel<l;<n *"4l>™>' 

i imia" coiinlr.yw^Hi^ljtl'J^^ 



^fkht\n\t-r 



r<-«w.i' 



LEGAL ADVEUTISEMENTS 



Letlei-s of l)l<mil.tsloii 

U'eoigia, Walker County. 1 

John K. WiUi-.niis. mluiinisUaloc of ^ 
({.lOt D.'WUliiiins, Into of said cnvinly, 1 
deceased, has iii.plieil lo llie undei'-l 
sinned for letl<M> of ili.simssion from 
sai.l ndininiHtcnt..csliip. Notice is 
heriby mven lo all concerned Unit I 
will pass on said apidlcalion al my 
.ilUce 111 l.al'avelle. said connly, on 
llhe last Monday m Kelnuary. iiexl. 
(iiven under my hand and onicnil 
siKualnie, this .lun. M. nd7. 
1 W. \.. S'lANSKI.I.. Didmary. 

Letln-N of Ailinliii.strulloii 

(ieoriitii, Wnlkc-r Counly. 

A'-idication linvint? Ix'eii made n\ 
due" fociil U) have .las A. Waidlaw 
appciiiiled iidn'inislrator upon the 
eslate of Jas. C. Waidlaw. late of 
I said bounty, deceii.s.-il, iiolice is beto- 
hy Kiven tlial I will pans on niild aii- 
••■•'■•■llon nt my odlee in l.al'ayelle. 
said county, on the liist Monday in 
l-'ebruary, next. (ilveii under my 

,„, ,1,11 ollii;ial niKiiiilure, this .Ian. 

H llin. , ,. 

W. I.. STV.NSI'.I.I.. Ordinal y. 



Letters of AdmliilNtrfttloii - 
Georgia, WalUi^r Voo'i^y- 

A'lplicalion liaviiiK li'"'n made m 
due form to have K. U. llelnmn iip- 
polnlid administrnlor upon the ei'- 
lato of Mattie I. Ikdiiiaii. lule of said 
county, deceased, nutico ih hereby 
niven that I will pass on saiil appli- 
cation at my onlro.ln I.aKayelle, 
said county, "ii I he IIihI M.ndny in 
Kchrunry, next. (Jiven under my 
liaiiil and olllcinl sigualure, llils Jan. 
8 1017 

W. L. HTANSELL. Ordinary, .. 



Lf llroi of AdnilnUtrulloii 
GnorglB. Walker Counly. 

Application having neen made In 
duo form Ul linvo J. U. Cai lock ap- , 
pointed adminhlrntor upon llio on- , 
late of Kiir.ab Cnrlock DalUni, Inln of , 
said counlv, deceased, nolico is heni- 
l,v liven tliat I will p»M on said ap- 
plication at my ollice in l'»^n>•ol^f. ' 
\nU\ counlv. on Ibo first Monday In 
IVbrucry, 'next. Olvon under .my 
hand and onieiol slgnaturo, lliiS Jan- 

^' '"' W. L. KTANHELL, Ordinary. 1 



Mrs. 



Yr»r'ii 8iipi>orl 

[JoorgKi; W»lkcr l^^uniy.^ 

To wliom 11 may ctmcom. Mrs, 
Mtryl'uryear, widow of U. U 1 I'r- 
yra? laRr of Mid covinty (loc^a«c<l, 

Lb applied to Iho ""''•"'''Tin. "sl^ 
yearV mpporlvfor herself and six 

minor cliildron from Iho p^t^l" "( 

2ild .1flcr,sc<l. Motlc« 1. h'l^l'y R.^^T'. 

en Ihftl I wUI paBB on said «PPl":«-. 

Ilea it- my oITlcfl in- La Kayelto, ^.Id 

counly on ihn nmt Monday In fnh- 

?Sa?r VcxU Given "ndor my hand 

and >'mcl»r ilgnaUirc. .JIU* J»n. 8, 

**m'-^ W. L. BTANBELL. Oidiaarr. 

'^f' ' '''■- - 



u 



:l/jIm/-j 



. I.cllrni of AdmlnUlroJJa^ . 
Oi!o:K'n. WnKccr County. 

Appllrallon Jinvlnfr bocn nrrKr*- Soi 
duo lunn lo linvo Mrs. W. fl. KtrcintKi 
iili|)iiiiilccl ndniliilslrnlrix upofi IK*« 
OdU-.lK i>r W 11 llciiBun, Inlu ul sojiA 
ciMiiily, iIi'c'cii!I(mI, iiDliro 1h liorchir 
Kivi'i. Iliiil I will nn.iR on Kn(<l toiT^— 
ji;nliiii (il iiiy< olllr.i) in KtI-'oxcLvt;. 
Hiild roiiiilv. (in^tlir OrMl Momln? mn 
l-'clii iiiity, iii'xl. (livrn ■ uiidi'ir ■ nvfw 
hnnd mid ullklul !ti);niiluro llils.JJKji. 
8. 11117. 

W. I. siA.NSlCI.r,. Ordlfurac. 

I.i-llrrs or nLMid.H.sii)n. 

(ic(iiRi:i, Wallii'i- (Aivml)'. 

.1. M. INiinllrr, ndiiiinislrulot.- •iiT 
.loIlM r-<lMlll.'|-, lull- nl •vnl.l l-.omitv, 
dfci'i..'<rd. Iins ii|i|illi<it In ||ii- uikIm — 
fD^iKMl fill- ii'llri-.H of disnii<Hi(>r\ Ccr/nj> 
mid iidiiiiiiisliHliMjdilii. NoLaiB- »- 
lici'diy KiM'ii Hull I will pntw njitsaiitn 
:i|ipliriiliiiii III my ollli!i; In Ijifim- 
(.'lli'. Mild rtumly, on llm lliat Kim- 
diiy Ml I'l'liniiiry, iin\L (iivru laxH'C- 
iiVi' liiiiid nnd olllciul signal un;_ OiBiw 
Jiiii. H. 11)17. 

\V. I,. 8I'ANSKI,I,. Ordlnoi-Jt.. 



• A(fnilnislrnt«r> S«lti"?'- '.^ V' 
OPO£i?ln, Walker Oxinly "J Tf;'.: 'o' 

I '»vvlrliio of an onler <Mncd>fttw' 
llio Ordli,orv> (;„urt of. ClialLftpw 
Coii'itr, .nidnlair^, nC. U Jo i^S^S 

:U;rm. (1)17, wfll.l.o boU {.ororo.wTL 
?""!;( '"^"-"^.jjwrjnllio town oTtJ^ 

Tuwdny In Fub^noxl, Uio folIoWc?*' 
(3) i)bn«ii morfrrfr loMditualctfirta. 
n«ln?_on tl.o Orccn-IJujh' •nd r«^ 
Hwllo imhllo road lind boinK iw2 
o lotnr nnd;<0.idaoty-«lx'.(go^'j 
nAld; \Valknr,,Countr,;-C» - and -ftri** 
h^V/' •"">« properly of J.,T,1>W 



•^ 



r)urr«)w of,d/ilrlhulion.^TftPn,2( 



IN MEMORY 

Of JImmlo bcorlng. who diod Dc- 

-Jlmmlp l^nv,■• n father, ono broll.-l 
f^ and a lu.st of frionda nnd rclalivo« 
5> inotirn hl« J,.rII.. HA wn., a good 
hoy. Ho Joined llie M. E. .dm re I, In 
1015 alTrinlly and lived a truo 
cl.riitinn llfo And when his Lord 
.called for hlni ho anld ho wn« roady 

I JInimlq was horn In" Chorokoo 
county. Ala, hut had boon In Or^rgla 
lirco ycara. Ill, body was earrfcd lo 
Ihe ino.lercometory al /amcotown. 
Ala. Fulioral unrvicoa wt^ro conduct- 
ed by ncry. Chandler. 

-«y° ^'*'' '° ""^ ^ "'« 'o^wl onoa 
Wrcp not for JImmlo for lio Is nol 

doodhol,ju,t«,iecplnlhoann.of 
Ills Mvlor. 

WrlUcn by » Krlcnd. ." 



LATAYinX, OEORQIA, rRiDAY, rZBaUAEY 2, lOll 



C^A.CAM£llflliJEtl 
ATvMENLO 



COLE rS COLUMN 



\ 



WA8 A CimiSTIAN CKVtLKIliN 
^ AJVU IIIGIIL^ ESTEEMEI) bV 
ALL WHO KNEW HIM . . 



I 

'Bin 



C. A. Canierotr/of Mcnr^^wllo foir 
««veii^ years \>/s\. has bought dollop- 
every pcason /or the _ Union Collon 
Milla, aW Xho Is widely kn'o^n 
Wir«U»l|ou»-^''" comUyp (^iod.Bunday 
uioriiiiiJi aflor au'lllhosa 6t WVbri* 
wook«c4J-n8l \^'cdnQ»d«y hi« tjondt- 
ilon wJa coimiderod bopeful, Ml oi- 
Ircnjo ivunknc88froni,ijrcat gUfforlng, 
made recovery impoaaiblo, ■] " 

Mr. Cameron Was a native^ Of 
Walker, born In the lale OfUodf' al 
Sharpe'B mill, now Iho (iropotty of 
Mrs. L J. Hammond, at" Iho homo of 
his (.Tandfuthcr. Thomaa.A. Sharpo. 
Uo wGs Iho second son rf IlussoU 
and Harriet Cameron. Ills mother 
died when" ho was quilo flniall.'and 
ytAV.i his older brother. Ilobort. hn 
sponL bis youth In Iho homo of hi*, 
unc'- the Inli A. Y. 8tmriM>, of Dc- 
mopolls, Ala, where ho was oducal- 
od in its lino old male noademy, and 
had tomo busmoas training in Ita 
nricrcnnlilo houses. In '70 ho tried Iho 
vJost for a short whl|o, who^ his 
father And younger brother, Millard, 
,wcr<. ftUccoosfuUy located in Arkan- 
sas, but 111 hcaUh drove him back 
cnel In tho enrly citftjtios ho was 
Isomer years In tho employ of a prom- 
inent Homo r.rm, whoro as cotton 
buyc-s ho had Iho hard practical 
training that madn lif^m an oxjiert 
grader ond all 'round cotton man. 

After his mnrrlago In "80 to I^lss 
Mlniuo Loo Dickson, of Sharpo, a 
youi:gor slstor of W. E. bitkson.lbn 
"lur>i of the land" fovmd'hlm farm- 
ing at Center I'osl. In Iho AIIlanc6 
!iiovr;[j)Dnl ho bci^amo niv ontliuolfts^ 
Uo follower, worker, ofricor. Ho was 
the flrsl manager of- Iho Fanners' 
Co-<~pcraUvo SIcro located near the 
depot. In the building .now owned 
by W. n. CraiiJ. Disliking lo Icavo 
I.^Fnyelto, bufljnosa Interests caused 
lilm to movo"Vo;Bh|irpe, wlioro ho 
buHl a. nico liom'o' ftrtd 'l<ioK9d afler 
lilO fariti Ihotic" nnd' tho mineral 
rIgNf In Iha nronc(/ore bods. In tho 
summer of nlncly-cno, ho lost his 
lovely y9rinR t^lfo. Several years af- 
Iflr her dealli^^hd^aq hai^pHy ninr- 
rloU to HH«9 Wary 'Gamble, ^eldest 
daughlcr.ofMp.'Winigtn CJainblc. of 



wT>8 Bohf 1 b se6 ;h*.t blg-heatlod 
....rrxjballyJbr comC^-llo t«.-iiiMJ 
^bod majVlaU round, ' but Iho,, i:tjW 
mual'^o airwe I «^ lho8*.lhkt «"5 Wl 
«0. gocsl.'' And ■ ( yiolhcr old. velcr^a <>l 
Ihe chyii Vur^ he» «lrW«tTd:ih«;Jtot| 
rolt (Sail,' 61d:C ro. ,\V»tU-.T?'*l qi«*.» 
four Inside -6< i'mio month Ju«l tbprp- 

Hnk brtwecn i l>ir Old UiiVrtW.d ^ 
iimtniT/ ft-Bpj i«f,ntoln»lcrjof|ai»ll^. 



''^""''^ili^iH^MM. 



15 



ION ELIENBUB6 DIED 
■"■':■ FRIDAY AT HIS HOME 



t, After a lingering illness /f several 
tpontlia.'^Lon EllcnburK d(od'ot' hla 
homo north of town Fi-nlXy and-waa 
buried. Saturday at il o'clock «t tho 
Coh^r IJoint ccrnotcryTjJlo'J. Henry 
Ckirdell.'asslilcd by IloK/Iteti Uow- 
orJ;':ieiiduct«d( the funeral aorvlciSa 
ftl tho CenleJr'Qffolnl church. . , 
.:,MrMEUo«lju,p|ria ^surylvod ijy, his 
\k-lf,(( ijiid ^viro'cliU^ca. ^' V -''i^''-*-.' 
'■'-'''.■ :r i ' ^ -'- '* ' V i '< ii» ' i '* !. . - . ' I r* ' / 5 '• V- 



AtWOOIPanjACKIVKrx ; ■' :• !H 

•, J^;.rL.:c;«JFnAl5 BrtEAK^Jv*,-.:. 

,;•" '!^- homibce bcirun;. W>niy:.iij(jven 
year* «^ ended la Ihe xi^rriajio'Jan. 
Clfi^^r-Mi^^JEd AlwiWxf t;il«.cbtfn- 
ty, toiMiai-Dora HlaVw'H. o/rw^fi- 
ticola.^'TexSir.-' "iTbo V wcddin^y'look 
Tdih-eiit'MinnwlaNi.Mra. At*TV(>(l la 

- Iho'eeflghlwCor. Mr.V.'P. JBlaiiwell,' 
lonif a'rcaldent of thfa county.' '>iJ|/;. 
Mr, '■nd,';'Mr«.7;Alwoodi yill/mXe, 
Ihelr liOijfeJn'Tciaf' -'■;f',...ii4-;v.,iri 

i/^:X^e ;ttjWir,/rlw)d» of Itie-contrtc^ ! 



:2^//^/7 



•I- / IJUC.U CHKKK •^ 

•I- V if + 

•^-H-I 'Nff-I-:- rl"I-W-K -^^-I-l- 
Wo wcMC sor.-*' I/) Ifdrn o fUiu «u(I- 
(Joii ilontli of Uikip llunry lluralnon. 
Wo liLvo kiDA/ll III'.' old colored 
liroltu-r for :ni!ro. llinii 40 yuiirs, 
worlii'd in llin pmc Ili'Irt willi liiin 
will; only ii liirilrow liflwcfii us for 
tliroi" yrurs. II n Was kind, conrlooun, 
liouc:jl, uiid on(,of llie inoHt (lolilo 
coloicd n)on llR'as ovct" our plcaa- 
uro lo kiiow. fl^ bicdibcr one Sundny 
nol ninny ynnf! nijt) coming from 
8liai[io wllhllill family of a Bpocial 
friend of ourn 'Hio wo had given q 
special invitalUn lo cpenil'llio day 
wiUi nnd cut ml Ions wllh ys. Onour 
way lo our lin iio wo met Undo 
Henry »nd Aun tjJcltio who were, in 
a bu2gy. Undo' Vcnfy polilcly raised 
hlfl.lial as ho I Paij^l' good . morning. 
0\ir cstoomed Iriend, whowas and 
is 'a very plonsiKl and polilo gcnlln- 
mnn, from Kio Ifircoof habil, lippnd 
his !ia tto Unjlo 'Henry and aflnr 
noliclig what w|)ind done mado tlilti 
remiirk: "All thi J k'eip's colored folks 
from rc(3o|yihg|>bllLcjiCB9 is. llio fad 
Ihcy nro tibl'-poiltef Ihomselves." Yen. 
Uncli- Henry v?n I Ihfi ycoMilel of im- 
lllentss «8],\vo11;b8 (lio o^hor oUri- 
bulc* llial'lond^lo.mako \tp Iho per.< 
feci RentlcmaV). Wo regrel to realise 
Ihot lio ift/no m:)rc, l^uL wo nro Blail 
lo'reellio llioi,liifl influunco ir. imi 
dead ond\ hla^'a^ ^uaintancvH of lit'lli 
rnfcca in llils'jdilloa would do well 
to c:nulat<> HliO'cXamplo ho «ol Ix!- 
forc Miem. Wo' jfcndor our' syn^pnlliy 
to Aiml Bclllo'i.W ojl the bcreiivi-d 

qnoi. "'..'i*.^':!'''^', "!■ . ."'. I 

Wo were noUJiit^^Iiod .to learn of 
.ihOjicrlgnalioa if l|)(J;lfIod,'yphn n. 
llonf'-cr^Dn Tronj pio,Jbp*ri(i| iif' roads 
nnd rcvonue. Ir! is a, conMl^nlions 
n\an<ind,wanls^b'«00-,hBrifipny and 
goMwiU exjiibi! M iTdtaii .tlil^.«irair« 
of taur gbjjd old ' 'ounty. W0i't6r one, 

e f de(f . to-dft^io, li l> t' n6';on o" (fti n ii iamo 
hItrfjWc i|iV C6ul 'soTlfi'hiu' IttkCn-. Ifo 
hak WM'U)o,ei ii'oli(ilil fiilbful Miy 



li::gal adveiitikeihents 



I>>IUt<( of nixnilmlni) 

Oi"ji-(<ia Wnlkcir County. ' ' 

J'lliii K. Willl.Tini!. adiiilnlnlralor of 
(I. K. O. Wllllninn, Inic of nnid county. 
deocnHi.'d, linn applied lo llio uilder- 
8i((tii;d for lelloig of dl.imlnBlon from 
naid.admlnlKlnKorHlilp. Nollco in 
hereby given lo all concerned Ihol I 
will pang on nald nppllcalloii ot my 
ofllco'in I,ftKnyoUfl, said cormly, 011 
Iho Ural Monday in I'librunry, nexL 
Uivon Under my hand and oflldai 
rtlgnaiurc, tills Jan., 8^ 1017. 

W. L STANSltfX. Ordinary, 



Lcltrrn of Adruliilsl ration • ,• 
Georgia, Wnlkei: County. . 1 , 

Apniicalloa hnvlpg bcon mado In 
duo form to UaS'd Jns. A. Wardttiw 
appointed idn'InMLrnlor upon llio 
nslalo of Jns.,C,)Wardlaw, laid 'Of 
sold countv, rfriccfised, nolicfl Is horo- 
by.givcn tlial I wfil pass pn snld'ap- 
pilriiiloirnl my ofllcO In LaFoyoIlOf 
snlil County, pn'lhoflr«t'Mondo/-,ln 
Fc+runi7. iioxl. OiVon under my 
liaiul nnd odlcinl signature, tlils Jan. 
8. iyi7. . ..,....' 

W. L.$TAN8ELrv.OrdIp9ry. 

r^eUcHof A(imlrtl«traU6j(l J 
Georgia, Walker County^ -^nJiV" 
J Avjillcnlion linving been mado In 
duo fonn to havo K. Il,'Holman ap- 
pohiltd adinlBUlrQlor,ijpoH.,the c»- 
lalo.of Mnltio t. Jlelmnn, lal^ of said 
Oeunly, deceased, nolloo Is hereby 
Jiven thntj ^llljjMs on /lald .appll^, 
oallon at rtiyolucc In^vLaFaycl'i, 
«Bld county; on'.the flrffiMonday in 
Fobitinry, ,ti«vtt/' . OlvOa.upder-my 
band and <J01oial,'«lgQaturo>lhU'Jan. 

7_ W^.L.;8TAN8ELl^;0rdl_n^tT. <^ 

Cofunty; sn/ci -s(nlo/;Of. f* -'JSmiSF? 
»t?.rrn. /OIT; wlil j;)o%oJd blforH^ 

|rayolic;.'8o(d ■pounly^-Zon; tboinM' 
(3>>crel<;fno^« or )m^'tUanL(fkhM 



;th«t^'7(h'dis7rio«'^«nd'4(^fuiiotloii. 
,«afd w«Ikor,r^unty/fll:,',nd?}*:- 




r- I ..Venrs Support - 

Georgia, Walker Couiuy 

To:whnm.il may roncnni: Urft. 
Mary •iiry,.ur, wijow of II. c J'uf- 
ycnr, mio of eald county, decoasctL 
has opplled lo Iho un.|erHl«,„,d lor • 
ydais smiporl for liprself nnd six 
m nor children from llin csUtfe CT 
said decou.teri. Notice is liiiruby giv.ui 
lO.u llml I will pas's on .s:.id im>f\<-n^ 
lion ul my oilUe m I,a|-ayeUe' Saia 
nouhty, on llie first Monday in Kol»- 
ruary. next, (liven under my hanrt 
and cfllcial signaluro. This Jan. A 
lit 17. « 

J^ W.-L.;stANSELr-. OrdinarjL .' 

r.cKrrs of ArfmlnlNtrutlou * 

(•eornip, Walko.- County. 

ApphcBlion having been mado ta • 
duo lonn lo havo Mrs. W. Jl. llonson '' 
iippoMited adnilnlstraldx u(ioh IIm 
I'Miuic of W a Henson, Into of said 
'•"uoiy .liM'cii>(ed; notico is 'horeJiy ( 
Miv.'i. Ilia! 1 will pass on said opplt- 
(Mill II III my iitllco ill LaJ'"nyritc. ' 
siud c.iiiiiy, „:i the Ili-Ml Monday ij; 
•'•l";"i"'.v. iiexl. Given iin.ler mr 
luui.l 1111,1 oilk-ial slgiiiiuiro. llils Jan. i 

W. I.. HIANSKI.!.. Or dinary. ' ', 

I.ellerN of nl.MmlnHlon 

••I'orKla, Walker County. 

■J. M. llNiiiiiler, ndiJiinl.itralop <lf - V- 
loh'i Umiiillrr. lale of said oounly.-i'. 
lec.-nm'd. Iiii.s applied lo llio Under- .^1 
■ Igii-d for Icit^-ia of dUnilH.slon from >- 
;mld ndminlNlralorshlp. Notice Is'^V'j 
horehy given llml I will pass on snM '« 
applicBtion at my olllno In^ LaFay-, .'^ 
ellf. cald county, on tha first Mon-',^. 
day In Kebninry iiexl. Given under V'l 
?^ ''J"V' "'"^ ""'clai signature, lli^.'i'iS 
Jf.n. 0, 1017. .' . I ' ■!,.'%' 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordlnan.,^ .■'. 

■ ■ •■.•ti..y 
n + + + 

J;ir)es A. I'ntk_5w« of ihe olde.'^l 
oitiM IIS in tho-mtTniy. celebrated his 
83rd ^irthday. Tuosdoy. J. |i PoUs 
andj^amily from I'euvino spent the 
■liry Xiih him nnd from many rclu- 
llvcj dhildron, grandchildren and 
"the relatives Mr. I'nrk received 
nut.iiroug postcards, wishing him 
mai!/ happy returns of the day 
+ ^- •(. 



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MYSTERY OF DtL^D MAN 

' WILL simotDs coH3it;Nm- 

^lip. unknQ,wri and 'iu>idon,liil9(^ d^*^ 
man found ill tile Vv'oodg "near Ihb" 
WiU.'ajo? BprHair-lart Balurday.VoA ft 
wocK 08.0 WM burrlpd al,C<^n(;lial. Ho 
Was totig^ly bin' tieriHy cirtsscd and 
loo):cil to bo about 45 years of cffO. 
Ill Injgbt abouUG feot, wnlsUl about 
105: pouodfl,' dark ha\r. Tho verdict 
of 11. c co'roiicV'c jury to llio OlTocl 
Uiat '.\ was a cnec of siiiclUt; Is^nol 
Jiorix) out by Ibe gciicrBJ opinion of 
liun-hods. IntlndinK two experienced 
drtevl'Vi'fl /roiii Chnltnoooga, who 
viewed tho body the day followMng 
tlin finding of Iho d6nd hian. It's true 
(he 'Mirfiiarks of a sulcldo on flrsl 
Ihouglit appeared to lie correct. 
Tliero was a bullet holo through hl« 
temple, a pistol with onn empty 
chamber and u small hand grip ,by 
Ilia side, a cheap watch and ^XtK ^as 
fou.id on his pe-son.'but it (s thought 
lie wus murdered and hauled to Iho 
spot in an automobile. If a crime was 
Cornmitted the perpetrators, pur- 
posely tr|e4'l6 dlsf^iso Ihoii' vlotlm 
So, "is ta^lestrfiy iJentmcalloo. Ills 
clothes did not scorn to fit lilrp very 
well, ha' was clean shaven, hair cut 
close r.nd his eyebrows Iiad boon 
cUpp<Kj'ag wilh((\-palr'or scissors.. Ko 
p<Mdor burns; or thrt /a'c«, there was 
nol''n parllclo'of (iirl on his'.shocs or 
^lotlicb to Indlcaloihat tiO had walk- 
ed over Ihcso niuddy roads. The 
bo<)j^wMfoonfi- in,i\ sopluded spot 
ICO yVirds tWrti'tho rklgo road oppos- 
ite .:(.uld be ncnn the tracts of 'an 
irotomobilo whcrro-'il- had -backed up 
hijto the cdgcf of tho wood*. "'•'*' ' 

Dro. Colcy wc favcr. tho. corres- 
pondents picnic and whop Iho mool- 
Irtgf l») piako orraogomenla, comes pfT 
should I fail to bA.po.lubd I tiereby 
ooTw'.itutc anil make you my proxy 
to «»<• as you think Jt>c»l for the |a- 
Icreei of tho p!cnlo< . i .. .. 

Yee, iJro. Colcy, Iho JJnk conocpl- 
Ins Iho good old anli-bcUum days' 



1. 0. o, F, PAKfl HK9i>f.LTioNS | >> ly^^trM-H;-3•;J-H-i-^•l-H•^ j 

(A DEATH OF U. F. TiitUMAN 

'Wc.'your eommlllcc on rrsolutloila 



'ARnEN. 



(if ^-orlli of Hro. 1.. F. Xh^if man. ^j^ [^44.^LH-H'•^^^+^-^^-t'^-'^ 



leave lo submit tho following r^ 
Ifltifcni,; ' ^ ' • - . 



: frt j Tluj drnlU angol.has ng*ln been inv 
H Jur'mldstttrtd claimed for lU.vlc- 
Wiarea-i, It h.-yi pleased tho Grb(kl |ni'LoaPlcnllirg. .Mr.' Ellofiburg] 
Master of the universe, in His J>I- LJ j,p<,Q-,fnioted for Ift-o years with j 



: Poln'ti .;/;'■.;'•. .^v' 



vino wisdom, lo call from amoiiii lis J,,^ dr^adod , discaie ■'consumpllori. 
lo U>l(o liLs jilaco \f\ the coleiiirttl j^^ .,jj,uld-nol wecp7p^ hlfn 'aa-for. 
1od/t>- above, uur beloved brothei*, I). ||!,o,(Ts^ho havs no-^hofXJ.- ■ Fofc ■<)ie| 
F. Thurman. pnd thiui break jlh'o L^j, jjfpfpjjpj jiimAolf ',rt;»dr', fcndj 
llnkf that bound us hero on o»rt^Lmirq|.io go. Th* funeral; bciSvIoPj 
but only sLrcPKthons the tie- (h^t |^.jg p^nlanotodby Rev, B.'H.'HoW«fd| 
bimis us Xo th.ii city" not made ^iO» |ind K^. H.' 8, Cc>rdcl(i. ^fl^r "'' 
hands, Uiercf (fro lie It resolved j '\f ^vig'tt'Confet' P 
la',. Tlint in tlio death of llro. Tljui^ 
man Itim loilg:! suHloins a grevjotiB 
lo.'!l and the order is (Juprivod ofjthb 
services of a !ruo and loyal monibi^r 
r.nd one whoso rccord'shows a (oii'gl 
and honorable membofshlp Qiiwtv?! 
us. Uro. Thurnian' having unlt0tl| 
with Iho order iil the year IlK)3 'an'd i 
from that tlmo lo tho date of : his,, 
<)oatl'. always showed o lively intofr 
est In Us work and was over rrjad^y 
to Wind Ills aid to tho aflvaiiceraost 
of the i)rlnciploj) for which it alapd?. 

2nd. TJiat while Drc. Tliurmanhas 
paaicd from among our ranks hofo 
on qn'rlh and our hearts arc sad M- 
cause of his p.isslnfl;, yol we khow 
thfil hl^ In/luonco still lives and will 
be!ir 11$ Imprgis on the lives of those 
with whom ho came in con(tuJl,. 
through the ciinlng years. Whore- 
cver there wore hearts lo cheer, Mr- 
row lo relievo and tears to wipk '(- 
way Dro. Tliurinan never fallcfllo 
ireo Jib best endeavors lo applyjlfio 
hcnovolonl pri.iclplos of Odd FeIlf)W-» 
chip to the relief of dl8tre8So<Jl l*]^- 
manlly. . [jj 

Jr.l. That I>aFayelte lodge. Not jfe, 
I. 0. 0. F-. adopt Ihese rosolutlonh^s 
ft-,W:piorl«l to Bro.-Thurmjin, that a 
pago of our minutes' bo" In^crlliod lo 
his memory, arid that n cotiyof these 
rcs^Mullorts \n furfilahed tlw Walk- 
er Ccunty Mo3»<»tigt;p, s' 

n.'w,'HEj\NDOrf,'' 

«, W. A.MAIITIN. 



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ii\(:li:mos'!: iiovucs i)ii:s 

ATirSCAniMIOMK 

'tS WKST LAl^-AYinTK 



UTirlo MosJ llnylcH, ni/ollicr ni 

iir'old titnd.'s, nii(J kn/wn iiinl 

ti/.cU in tr\ 

wn< , f'lund 

ninlj Bi bi« 

Va<M[o)L\ 



one nf 
. , . inoHl 

ov(!ry citi/.c'l in t\p /osvrr Iinlf of 
Wnlknr, wn< , f'lund M/ail in bed Fri- 
day rnornini! ai J^is caliin home in 
Wcs! LaFaVfllc/C'Ind .bcrn euHcr- 
Ing from a^niiiri&^ for a week or 
more. Tlie. j Hjmmor llic iiewer» 
were laid, illany were Rlruck by his 
indc^)endcnl c und slrooglh In keep- 
ing i!p wilh th;> younger men on this 
work.. Ills bliy frame, while head, 
and Btrong Indian features madq a 
picture no^ lo b« forgotten. , 

He wa8!fuppo«W to 'be' perhaps 
eighty ye rs old, his wonderful 
sli'en^lh afbcndurance held oul al- 
mosl- to t{ ^ end of his life. Last 
summer h^ .duT ore at Shacklctoo, in 
Chattooga,, Lnd was in the' woods aa a 
chonj-vfr n{|»t-of the wln^r,^ 
' U.icio i (one believed In . Hvlrig 
well, hut ic had saycd enough to 
pay fcr n s lillle home, which he 
leave* to Ms faithful wife, Aunt 

•Ui» pasli>r. Rev. Mack Wilson, 
conducted ^ IhJ funeral, .Saturday 
morning. I rom the .ML Zion. Metho- 
dist rhoHn, and. the tnirial waa in 
lh« (own i ietoctcry. .. -j 



MYERS LOWRY DIED 
AT COLUMBUS, 0. 



\V\S AT I'OSr OF IILTY I.N f 
ARMY— KKMA1N8 WEIIK 

BnouGirr iio.Mt: Fon 

I.VrKllMENT 



D0BB»-^0NE8 

Oh 'riii'sday aflornoon, Mr. Nfok P; 
l>obf)n and Mi.ii lloso ElLa Jones, 
both of r.linllniifioga, were married' 
in_ llic. Mi'lliodinl paraonngo at La- 
FnyrKe. i)y llov. J. A. Partridge. ' 

lintiiedintely after Iho wedding 
rereMKiny Iho bnppy young coupla 
niolorird back to llioir Tcnncuee 
lioinn carrying with llinm the honrty', 
congrnliilallonM ond best wishes of 
the wilnesscs. •. • - - , ->, 



■ l.rave to Sell 

(iodidln — Walker (^unly, " - ■ 
MiH. W. .11. Ilenson, cxroutrix of 

Myors Lowry, son of Mr. and Mrs. the f.fLnte of W. It. lienson, -late of 
W. ^ l/)wry, died at Columbus, said county, aocflosnd, lias applied 
Ohio. Thursday with pneumonia. At' to l!>n undersigned for leave to sell 
the timo of Uis dcatli Mr. Lowry'tho loal estate belonging to Mid e»- 
wai twenty one years of ago. [ tale. Notice i* hereby given that I 

For a few jears Mr. Lowry held: will pass upon said appllettlon at 
a pofclllon in Chattanooga but somojrny oITlce in IjiFayctle, aaid county, ; 
weels ago he cnlisled in the "n llie first Monday In March, next. 
United SUlea Army and was on duty I<'lvi'n under my hand and •omclal. 
in lhe-»cmy ywhen he contracted 4 slgnalurc, this Feb. fi, 1917. . ;' 

cold" whic^'rapidly developed inloj W. L. 8TAN8KLL, Ordinary, j 

pneumonia,. re«alting In hl» dcalhj _^ ____. ,»* 

Thnnklay. . . | j^^^^ ^, g^^ i 

The body of the deceased was .Gp^rpia— Walker County, 
brought to LaFaycltc Saturday, ^^ ^ q gu^p^ admlnlitrator of 
Funeral acrvlcca werp held from i^o pguto of Ellia Carlock Dallon. 
Wesley Chapel thurch, conducted ^^ „,• .afj county, deceased, harap-.' 
by BCT. J. A. Partridge. Interment p„gj to the ondonhnjod foi' leav»; 
followtd In the Wealey Chapel ccm- k, ^^„ u„ ,^, e.Ut« l)Wohfln» I*. ■ 
•^T-;. ' -y ■ said o«Ut«i. Notice it bor^by^ flveai] 

Mr. Ixmry araa « student in Iho i^at I Vlll.pas* a poo' »ald- applies. ;' 
LaFaytUo publlo School In 1913 and uon at mj offlce in laF«ytU«..B*id "J 
hismanr •chool maU?a and friend* counfy, on Uio'flrsl Monday in M»roh ' 
In the county will refWt to hear 01-^,^ dlvWnHMdct' mf ihad-'^ni . 
hU death. •■ t>0lcIal»litilalurtvtMiTi»b;«r4»l);fil, 

n« U Burvlved by Wa parcnU, Mr.l , . w VgTA.N8Em Ortynarr>j2k 
^nd Mra. W. F. Lowry^ four brothera " » '-/^^'-^-A- . t::;^;^. -..-^rt^.f A* 
KihI one sister. 

' Frienda of the fsmlly extend syin- 
Mtbj'to the berokved onea^ <■ 



IS 



>lfli9n 



^'klnn 



IdIES in TEXAS ' 
AT THE AGE OF M 

MIW. Pin>>;AU WAS IIKilllA E»- 
TKKMKl) BV MANY WAI.KtR 
rOll.VrV KHIKNDS, WHO 
IU:(.l\hn IIKH PASS- 
ING 



N.'wc Im.H b-.'iMi rocoivil of Uio 
(Icalli or Mrs. II. (".. I'viryinir, of /.y- 
liiicli Ti'ins! Mr.t. I'mycnr ilicd nt 
licr liomi! til 'IVxiiH Jnn. IJUlli, al Itio 
ripii OH*' of "8. nflor a brl.i lllucus. 
Sli.' w;i» liurlnl liy llio slJl) of li'jr 
Ilu^•l>ullll m I'i'xriM. 

Ml . I'niycar wn;? horn In WalUcr 
c.ninly anil llvril lirn- mitil Iwonly 
yi-iii r- iiMii, whrn hIii> uiuI licr lius- 
lian.l w.Mil wivs:. Sli.' wan a woman 
of h Kh iiionil rliaiocliT anil wne 
lovi-i; hy llu|^*" who kiu'W lior. 

Hli.i ii Hipvlvoil liy Ihri-o ilnugli- 
li-iSi. MiH. MililiiMl Kcowu. of llouui 
Mrs. l,out.'<r KtiUiin, of 'I'lviait, nnd 
Mrn. U. •'.. I'uryi'ar, of Villaiiow, anil 
onr Hon. Mr. K. 1.. iMry.'ar. of Zy- 
harl-. T.'Mis. ^*ln• wnn living wIlU 
hrr 'oo al llo- liino of lirr duotli. 

Miiny frirn.U of Ww ilrccnacil in 
Wall.iM- will iVKrrl lo rrn.l of her 
ili'pai hiri<. 

\.\W\ For Divorce 
HIaIr of OoorKia, Walker Counly. 
T,i llio BIutIIT of Hurd CoUnly— 
Or.'''l.iiK: 

Alicr IliMiop v(i K. H. niMiop. M- 
l,ol Mil' DIvorco. • 

Tlio (li-f.niitniil K. fi. nisliop in licrr- 
Dy r.M|iilro(l p-rBonnlly or liy nl- 
l.)rn.>, lo lio rod niipcor nl Iho n.'Xl 
Sup.- I.ir curl, to 1.0 li.d.l In niul for 
Kiiiil r.miily. on lliu :inl Mon.lny In 
l-Vliiiinry. iirxl. llion nml llioro lo 
unitvsrr tlip I'lalnlKT'M duinanil In nn 
arlio ■ of coiii|ilalnl. 

Wilp.'HH llio llonnrnUtc- Mom-h 
Wrixlil. JinlK'- '>f 11'" «'"»' couriaiilB 
llHlli .lay of .Ian. 11117. ^ >•*> 

0. M. ct,i;MONH. Clerk, 



I -J-h-K-If t-l-H-I-I-H-H-i-I-H; 

H- V OIllUi.MIAUGA 4- 

+ •!* 

w 1 1 iti':.m:h— I iKNT/. 

Mr Krcd Wiiiloncr and MI«h Moh- 
BUJ llrnU wor> happily iimrrlrd on 
Dec. iO, IWlO^or miiiirr' rcomin llvin 
Hem fftilwl /• gel In print in tlio 
Monroii.'.tM-. /n fart f'w know of II 
Unlll foilWlimo lotor. only Inllmalo 
frlpii.lfl wHn pn-RCnl al \\\o cure- 
tiroTiTwUk-h wnB porformrd Ut KOnn- 
vllli"r^». The hrldo U the channi^R 
yoiinir dauglilcr of Mr*. II. H. Uortli 
of CMckamauRn. who 11%'Cr al Iho 
Park Hotel nnd lhl» wcollont family 

i».w*,l «mlf«v.'J^."'''y ''""^■" ""■ "^'■'" 
North Ooorgin. , ' Mr. Whllnni-r in an 
oxcollcnl ^Icadv- yoUng nmn from 
ChoUniiooK* and Is employed in tlin 
machlno ahop of ttio Crystal HpriuKi* 
Ulccrhory C<). The Qouplo nro mak- 
ing lliolr homo at prcnont with tlio 
brld-'a mother al Iho I'ark llolrl 
here, niMl havo» host of adinirinR 
frloijile lo wish Ihom a Uoppy an.l 
safe journey oyor life's sea togothor. 
Xa'mw l.i .Sell 
(imw).' a- Walker Cmiilv 

Hr 1). (i. lilder, a.liuiii|..lial.ir ol 
the eslnle of Kli/.n liiirl.i.k Diillon, 
late. Ol Hai.l county, deciM.Hc.l, Iiom np- 
plic.l lo tlio und.irNinii.'.l fur leave 
lo s.ll the real e.tlJili' li.-l.iiiKiiiK l.i 
.'(Old e.sluli'. .Notice is li.Meliy kIvimi 
thai I will pus.<i upon sai.I applica- 
tion al my olllce in I,al'ny<'tle. said 
counly, on llio llr.st Moiulji) In Miin-li 
next. Clvfii under my hand and 
onicuil NiKoalure, thin [■'.•h. il. till?. 
W. I,. 8TANSKM.. Onllnary. 



MRS. W. L SHATTUCK 
CALLED HOMETO REST 



I.ru\c lo Kill 

Cieii:nlii Walker Counly. 

II. 11. .loliiifion, iiilminifilrat.ir of (lie 
eBlale of W. K. .loliiirtoii, him aiiidi.-U 
In \.\\f. iinderHl((ned for leave (o sell 
the real cBtale lielonpInK lo said oh- 
Inlr. Notloo is liercliy given that I 
will pa«8 on Hold application al my 
.olllc.e.ln Ij«Kayolte, (.aid .counly, on 
(ho IliMl Monday in .Marcli^ imxt. 
(iiver under hit linnd nud oflU-inl 
slKiioturo, this Vch, n, 1017. 

W. lA>H'l'ANftKI.I., Ordinary. 



.\A^\t to Hell 

^loorgln, Walker County. 
'W. K. r>icknon, Bdrtilnislrntor of 
tho estatji of V. O. nnd 1. K. plckson, 
lalo of snlil county. <lcci'iifle<l, has ap- 
plle.l to llin uiider«lKiic<l for leave to 
sell (ho real nmnlft lieloiiKiiiR \.a said 
cslaloR, NoUoo Is heri'hy given Hint 
I wiM iiusN on 41)1(1 applicallon nl my 
ofHoo ill I.fiKHVOlto. said counly, on 
l!ni llrst Mo:i(luy In Miir.'li, Jiext. 
(liven uiid.-r mv hand iin.l ortlclal 
slgnnl.ire, this Vt\\. Mli, liil7. 

W. 1,. Kl'ANHKl.l.. Or.llnnry. 



i)u:i> AT Tilt: iio.Mi: ok iikii 
i)Ai;(;inKU. .\ni.M. <;. w. ha\- 

.S»).M. HllNDAV .MOIl.NINi;— 

WA.s IN iiKu 7!ri II vi;ah 



19 



111 Ihe iius.siiitf of Mrs. W. 1,. Shal- 
iii.'k .'.Illy tiiinliiy in.iriiiiiK al Ih.! 

hoi il her diiUKliler, Mrs. (i. W. 

Ilaiih'im, llio county lost one of lis 
.d.lest and iiiosl heloved women. 

Sill.-.' Ihc d.-alli of h.<r liushand, 
Uev. W. I,. Sh.illu.k, March 111, IUI&, 
.Mrs. Hhalliick >;rii.huilly .l.-cliii.'d in 
hi'ullii month uftiM' moiilli iiiilil sho 
pu.sM.'d lo her l.-ward Sun. lay morn- 
ing. 

Mr^ Hhalluck was liefore h.T 
marriage Miss Martha I,. McWil- 
liaiii.'. dauglilcr of JameH and Malil.la 
McWiUiams, who originally came 
from ri'ur Kparlaiihurg, South (airo- 
linu Sho is 111.! last of Uv(>lve chil- 
dren, Heven hrolhiM's nii.l four sis- 
ters, Ci'.pl. Win. McWilllums, the lasl 
brol'ier, dying D.t.. ;i1, 11110. 

llir father's family cniin' from 
SouHi Carolina into (icorglu in tho 
thirties and Mrn. Hhalluck was burn 
in I):rlU)wn, Challoogn county, Hcp^l. 
H, IKiH, being in her 7lllh year atillO 
llmo rf hur doalh. 

Khd Joined Mm llaplisl church at 
Hhiloti, lliis eoiinly, when ahmit 10 
yearh of agr, ami lived n .levolixl and 
c.'insecrutod Clirlsllan llf.i for sixty 
thro? yoBr_R. 

July II, 1851) slin was married to- 
Uev. W. L. Hh.-\tluok Liid to Ihistm,^ 
ion wcro born noven children, Annie, 
who married Tom Hhnw, Jas. I'. 
Bhnt'iick, Halllo, who won married 
to 0. W. Ilansom, John A-. Ucorgo C, 
W. J. and K J. Sdalluck. Sho Is 
survlvcit by four children, Mrs. 
Hnnnom, with whom sho was living 
nl tho llmo of hor death, Jas. P, W. 
J. -ml V. J. Mrs. Bholluck lived In 
her children and was pcrmllt«d 
to see them' all converted lo Iho 
Chr'sllan faith and luecessful In the 
various vocations of Ufa 

Fure'ral lervlcea were hold from 
tho rocldcn ce o f hor daughter, Mra. 
O. W llanaoml" Tuesday momln( %\ 
o'rl'Kk, In the presence or a larg* 
ooncourJf 
frleii..1. 



-x/^^hn 



Yoiir's Support 
iJcorgir.. Wnlk.T i-.mmly. 

'I'd wliiiin it, iriiiy coiu-rrii: Mrs. 
I.i77.ip Atkins, widow of A<loliih\is.\l- 
'ins Inl4' of sni(\ roiuily, (l(•(•on^^cu. 
iian iipiilioil lo llu- \iii(l.'.i-MKni>(l for a 
yi':\ri« mipi'orl li'i- limsrlT nn<l Uvb 
iiimor chililrcii froiu Iho pkUIi" oi 
nai.l (Irn-a.iiMl. Noli.-.- is hrr.'l)yKlv<>n 
lliil 1 will ptis» on Kiil'l Bpplir;iU<>ii 
al inv ..nic- iiv I.nKuyi-110. hquI .ninj- 
ly. oil Iho first MoiKliy in MRrc.n. 
noxl. (.livoii vinilcr iiiy linml Miici 
lolllr.ial liiKnalun'. P"''"*. f'"''- ••'"• 

!'' * W. I.. S'l-AN^Kl.r,. Oniiimry. 



A rninuTK to tiik mkmoiiy oi- 

MIIS. K. W. C.OPK^ANn- 

,„ :..■ much art <1.mI in Ills fvrr wisl- 
and divine providence lia» removed 
fion. onr inidBl our Hislcr, M"- /■ 



I She was sick only a few hours and 
all ll.iil loviliK hands could do was 

'don;- but lo u.) avail. She leaves a 
father, molher. brother, and sister 
and p host of relatives and friends lo 



fion. our niiiiBi >'>■• n..Tvv,., ,>i,,i > ,....>> - 

\V r.opelnnd. we. ns a Wonians' Mis- ,„.,unilier departure. The home once 

Hio'nury sorie'ly, wish lo Kive expres- j,imhi,.hed liy lier piebcnce \i now 

Hion to our deen sorrow, in the pass- darkened hy h pall of Bncf, hut we 

i ,,/ of one of »>ur most heloved and sliou'd not weep for Vera, dear ones, 

•oiiiecniled metnh.T.s. We feel that ,,„i ;„.,. „i a way us to be able to 

wn have Rvistained an irrepoiHl.le ni.-: her iii th," sweet bye and bye. 

loss i-iid din inlluenr.e of her sweet w,. >|:„uhl Iook f.)r emnforl lo ilini 

rhribtian life nnd ever sunny cheer- who said. 'I am Ihe re.surreelion and 



brii\u to 8*11 

(.;e(irj.ia Walki'r Ccninly. 

Mis. W. U. Ilensoii, executrix of 
Iho .slate of \V. \\. Ileiison. liile (if 
said luunly. (iei-iM.<,d. has applied 
to l!'e \uidersiKne<l for leave \M si-ll 
the leiil eslalo beloiminK to said es- 
iTlfl. Nollro IS hpieliy Kivcn that I 
\rill iuiss' upon said ■upplicutioii at 
my 'ilVce.jii I.aKayette. .<atd county, 
on i;ie nrsl Monday in March. ne\t. 
Given u.'.der wiy hand anil onieiul| 
piKiiature. this I'Vb. li. IDI7. I 

W. I.. STANSKI.l.. Ordioury. 

Lrnvc to Sell 

Ooor? a- Walker f.ounly. 

Dr rv (.'.. KIder. ailniinislrnlor of 
Ihr I'stalo of Kliia Carlock Kalton, 
lute o< said covinly, deceased, ha» ap- 
plied lo the unrterslKiied for leavn 
lo sell the real esUite beloiiKinK '<> 
jsftid eslnle. Notice is hereby Kiven 
that I will iinss upon said applica 
lion al my orire In l-nKayelle, said 
oounly, on the llrst M(.iiday ui March 
iMXl, (liven uuder my l>i"'' '"^ 
|onir.l«l siKiintviii. llilfl l''"l'- 6, >«'■'• 
W. I-. 8rAN8Kl.I-. Ordii-.aiy 



fulness; will be Krer.lly nuSsed in 
both the church and society. 
Therefore, Iw It resolved: 
Klrsl. That "^e extend lo the be- 
reaved husband, daughters and sons. 
„ur deepest sympathy. May Uie 
Grc.-\l Healer pour the balm of His 
love into their broken liearU, and 
may the sweet innuenco of her un- 
Qcinoh devolioiv shiDO aa a beacon 
liKht ever f^uidlnK Uiom on U) that 
brlgni upper world, where God has 
promised a place lo IhoBO who lovo 

■ Wcond, That these resolutions be 
recorded on our minutes, and a copy 
bo ijcnt to the bereaved family. 

MI\8. r. J. WIIXIAM80N, 
MRS. FRANK QUARLES. 
MR8. J..J1. TOWNS, 
• . , Comroilteor 



Ihe life." for lie has promised to 
comfort those 'hat mourn. 
Vria thou wast mild and lovely, 
(ier.tic as the summer breeze, 
I'leosant as tho air of evening. 

When it IloutB among the Ireos. 
Peaceful be thy silcoL slumber, 
Peaceful in tlio grave go low; 
'j hou no more will join our number, 
Tliou no moi'o our eonga shall 
know. 
Yet again we hope io meet Ihco, 

Wjien the day of life is fled; 
Then in heaven with joy lo greet 
thee, 
Wiiere no farewell tear is shed, 
l-'iincral services were conducted 
by llov. I.ee IxCroy, assisled by Uro. 
Uriice Lee, after which tho remains 
were laid lo rebt in Mt. I'lAaaant 
cemetery. 

Her Cousin, Virgia. 



IN LOVING MKMORY - 

I- On Wednesday evening Jan. 3t, the 
'uratn angel vlsUed the home of Mr. 
land Mrs; Joseph Illxon of Pittsburg 
land look from Ihcm their oldest 
'dtughlor. Vera. She was In her 8th 
'year and Iho luturo seemed bright 
'and full of promise. Tho dark va Icy 
'had no fears for her for she was Just 
In the bloom of innoccnse and purity. 



Lo*v«> lo 8*U 

\ ;,l-,^-o'*f'rK"'joi;nion'ir;niMl"dl Bhe'le'irnon^but-Vwoct memories 
u/n'; uXriH?.^ fo" le.ve To sell] ^,.,rd for she was kind lo cveryope. 
Mho 'real estate beloni<lnp to said es- 

omce in I/M-^v-olUj.ooiU CQUuly.rtU 
thi,^nrsl. Monlay in M^ch .0x1 
Olvcr, under my band'Md oDlciai| 

l»'^^%^*'llWt?S^Lffordinav,. 



l>e«vB lo Sell 

W K I>icks<?n. artmlninriloc of 
Un <^J**« "f V. 0. and I. E- Wp^»"J;'' 
Ul, o/ Mid county, decean^d, has ap- 
I ,1 ,.,t n ih« uddrtiRlgncd for 'f^^'V f^ItT 



IN MEMOl V 

Oil Iho nighl of Jani ;7th. the angel 
of (Joalh visited the ho he of Mr. and 
Mri Henry Travllliat! and claimed 
/arils own llio sweet tpirll of little 
John Henry. Ho was sii k only a short 
"Umo, but oh, how ho iufTered. YcJ. 
hoboro It w1U:oul mormuring. 

Ua leaves a brokcn4 [carl*^ moth- 
er and faiher,>l8lcr i Id two broth- 
ers nnd a ho«l of, Jrolallves and 
friends to fnoum Ms < bpaflure.- ~ ■ 
■ Wc extend </nr dw^ fcsl sympathy 
to the bcrt>ave<\ famllj But will say; 
,_ "OrK've- not. dear cj cs,' for little 
» Jobhla'la »l rcsu" Wo. :n(r?r how im- 
* i>oi«thl«^il|s to'-«ilotfc«rour grifef 
*** "wllh f ord«;.«nd U «o Irfea^hard that 
^ . i,--/''^'.'vV-. .1^ Jiij.£.v.._^*i.'lW bud Jhould'.b* liken' "btfore 11 
1 i<> > f f 1 1 M i M1 f> D4 -hH' x,Im evea-oppoituoiti, to unfold lU 
l^n WMk-S Lodcr l^loMom. but livnaUlKi.fniitij fall. 

The little clil|d,or, Mr. <rnl Mr8.1.„^^^ ^ ki^.^™ .;;< >Wiri.(n.H« 



•H-lrH-H-H- 

4. WAnitEN 



and so do blossom atd^bodsia'tlie 



I will PSB" on »*ld ttvpll-'al-ion ut u.y 
omce In I.nFavwlte. said county, on 

Given Under my hand and .-nicial 
Uimii.ture. th U I eh. iilli. IJ'W. 
isigni.i^ire.j^ 8TANSPU„ Ordinary, 



Alor>,o Wood T/a^ fbund dc^d In b«d.L„y.j^jj,„j ^gjuj., q hU Is perhaps 

Tliliretlfty morninff and Vms burled U^^ ^^d in Ihq Ukillr from your 

rldiiy »l Ccnlor Point I |\ome this lillb one, {)ob; should Jry 

to. accept Ihe tross aild bcarltDO- 
UoTlpg Ihal jtni will riloel.blm a^ala- 
iVout beloved has dcp Lrled, ..'■_ j 
."WhL'e xou larrr.brohkn-hcarUd; 
Ho L.18 ended .Ifo's brief slory, ' 
I An4 has reached bis hi ime In glory. ■ , 
niirh'y<Su'r Bobbins, •weep'more • ' 'j 

ivV^iUhU;^'--- '•"i'^^p ■*/;'■: • '^ 
fiix Tiut'-txiTftr.TlOTy] ittgfcUy^*-},; . . 
[Tolhe'resV-ih*! bo tiufonnA ■-.• 



20 



i v/ FAinVlEW . 4* 

T + 

Loal WeeVs Ixllcr 
-TlK* HlUo child of Mr. and Wrn. 
ncnry Pcltijohn was found dead in 
bed Friday monilng. The funeral 
was conducted by Ucv. Dradlcy Sal- 
Urtlav, Inlcmncnt foUovk-ing. ii> Iho 
Falrviow 'ccmrilcry. 

I •Born ThUrtdoV l6.Mr. and Mrs. 
C»rl Tfoun?, a d^O<lll«r. . '. 



WAUCUt CODKTY MxaONaKE, MAECH 2. 19lt 



. l.rnvr to Hell 

,..-,,,. . I Gc'orula, Walker County. 

IJ^CAL ADVEUTlSEltEVrS f\ II. U. Johnson, nmnlulntrator of Uio 
rntnlv of \V. F.. JohiidOn, hnsoi^iUlpcl 

1 (f. V.\r. \iiiiloiiitKTi'>d for Irnvo to ncll 

lli«r real iTHloln bclniuUiig to nald os- 
IMp. .N'olko i» llfrcliv Klvf^n thai I 
\vlll ;)nM en ■*ntu ftpI"ir(^tlof> "t my 



., Yuur's .Siipport 

.'-nrgir. \V;,lk.-r CouiUv. 

lo \vlioni il may roiiconi: Mrs 
i.iJMu Atkins, widow of AdolptuisAt 
UMK lal/- of .said r.)oaLy, doc(!as,'d 
lint iini>li-(l 1(. Iho uiulorslKnod fur , 
Viu .s .Muiiporl foi' l;wrHrlf and llv< 
ininni- pluldrrn from Uw ,-stat.- ol 
lull ' • '■•'"j"'^'- '''^'t't<' '" luTPl.yKivo.: 
■ „ 'oi ' ''"V ',".' """■•"I'l'lication 
It Mi\ o llco in l.nl-ay.-tte, snid coun- 
t.v. on Iho nr8L Mond.y in March 
n.-xl C.1V.M1 und.ir my hand niui 
oUlrial .Mgimluro. 'I'hia Foli. 511,. 

W. 1.. sr ANSKI.r.. Ordinnry. 



frTtlt/«" liiT,«F«<'oW<>, saUlVounty, on 
Iho (Irnt Monday In Morrh, noiL 
(ilvcr vmkIoj niT h»nd and ofBoial 
Blgiiuliire, thlH Frb. ft. J0I7. 

W. L. STAMiKI-I-, Ordinary. 



+ 



•h-i -i - l - l - l - I - H -r M ' 

+ 

kENSINGTON It 1 4. 



A w.-ddiiiR Mini] sli.(iyKf liavo boon 

i-Kpoiu-d loiiK OK* \yi(H llial of Miss 

l><'lil.i Millir.nn ui^r. Kli.iha WnlUn. 

Thuir many frlonda wish Ihom much 

]Joy, lonK nn<l pro.spcrous llfo. 

MAIlbH3„lW7. 



I.NMK.MORV J, 

On Fob. II, I'.II7, lliq death ungol 
vl.titi'd llic homL' of Mr. nnd Mra. 
Tlioiia.s l'arri.ih and look .iway Ihoir 
prccif.n.M lillle darliiiK lioy, boiu« 
llvo, ycniH and ninn month'.-i of ago. 

Mow find is it ia kivi" up liltio Cocif 
to ni-vcf nifcl on earth no morn, but 
wcrp iiol for .some <lay in heaven, wu 
will incol nnd never part no nioro. 

l.illlc Ceeil wa.s a .sweet liltio boy. 
he wa« loved Iw all who knew him.' 
he had a ho.st of friends and rola- 
tive.s fur and nr^ar. lie leave.s behind 
a father, molhcr and four brothors^ 
and iwo .sLstcrs lo iijisa him. 
Wi' had a lillle treasure oiire 
.lie wn.» our joy and pride. 
We loved him o'l perhaps to well, 

For soon ho slept and died. 
His friend and cousin, 

JEWELL HAMILTON. 



. Leave to S<'ll 

lieo.-^iu— Walker Counly. 
I Mi.-i. W. 11^ llen.son, e.\ecutri.T of 
Iho e.slato of \V. U. llensoii, late of 
<aid coiinly, nece.ised, ban applied 
|K) t;..- inidersiKned for luavo^ tu sell 
:ho real eslal.- I.eloiiKinK lo said C3- 

■Jte. Notlro IS h.Meby n.ven that I 
■Mil pass iipM Hnid apphraiion al 

ny oillce 111 l.aKay.-Ue. .said county, 
>n Ihe r,i«i Monday m Maivli. next. 
■;iv.-ii u.'.der i.iy I, mill and ollleial 
HiKnaliire, Ihis Feji. (i_ 1917 

W. L. SIA.NSF.LI,. Or.linary. 



Ufv lo ^11 

OeorRla, Walker County. 

W. K. Dlrknort, «dnilnlslrnlor of 
the Mtal* nt V. O. and L E. I>lckMn, 
lal: of snid conrily. rieccaned, lm« ap- 
plied to the iindcrHlpnrd for leave to 
sell the real esiolo lifdon^inR l<i said 
onlates. Notice 1r hereby kIvoii that 
I will nass on iinid oppllntlon nl my 
(idlre in LaFavolle, said county, on 
the llrst Monday In Marrh, nexL 
(ilven undor my hand an<t ofllolal 
slgiiotur*, this Feb. BIh, 1917.- 

W. L. STANSICLI,,. Ordinary. 



Leave t<> Si-ll 

CeoiT .1 Walker Coiinly. 

r>l- I), (i. Killer, iidinliiislralor of 
the eslalo of Kji,.,, Cnrlork Dalton, 
lale (I, said eouiily. deedased, has ap- 
plied lo Ihe undeiHiKiied for leave 
to sell (ho real e«|ii(e helonKniK lo 
said .■slate. NoUce is hereby given 
that I will pass upon snId applica- 
tion at my ollleo in LaFayetlo, said 
rounly, pn the Jlrat Monday in March 
next, fiiven under my hand and 
ofllcial slKnalure..lhiB Feb. «. U)l7. 
W. L. STANSLLL, Ordinary. 



Libel Tor DI\-orce 

Stale of (icorgla, Walker County. 

To Iho SljerKT ofvsald County— 
Oroeling: \ 

Alice nishop V8 E^S. nishop, Li- 
bel for Divorce. 






LATAYETTE, OKOEQIii^- flltDAY, MASOH 9, J917. 



W. M. ROBERSON DIED 
SUNDAY NIGHT kl 9 



lUtKUIT'S DISt:ABt: .SAID TO BE 

CAUSE OK DEATH— LEAVES 

WIFE ASD ONE UllLU 



W. M. lloborsou, bko ^7, ilied sud- 
denly Suuiluy nijjlil ul U o'clock fiorii 
liriK'il's di.souxo. Mr. Holicisoii was 
ubin Ic alli'iid lo bu»iucs.s al his 
[jlorr 111 Liiiwood Snliirduy mid Sul- 
urduy tii((lil. IMc Buluiday iiikIiI, 
liowiAcr, ho was taken suddenly ill 
and .) pliysiciiin wuh imnirdinlidy 
siiiniiioiu'd. Kroiii llic very linKnniiiK 
of his I'licf illii.'SB no lio|in wu.i vi\- 
((M'li'ini.d for lii« icroviiiy. 

Hi-' ili'iilh S»ndny iilglil luiiiio ns ii 
Krcul siii'pi'iso to liiM friends and 
thus-; who know hini. 

l-'uiii-ral s(M-\ic(:s wvrc liidd Mnii- 
diiy iiftci'iiooii from Ihn. rcsidiMicir, 
coir'ucvtfd by llcv. A.T. Doiiiihoii. lii- 
t(Miin-nl followed at the Niioini eein- 
(ili'iy at :: o'cloek. 

Mr. Ilolierson is Hiirviviid by his 
Tvlf"; mikJ one child; two brol hers, Joe 
Vnd Jleiiry, and ono hisler, who re- 
sides in llio west. 

I'V'iMids of the deceased tomhir 
syiii.ialliy to tlie hcreuved family. . 






ym 



m 



fMMf<il'|) 






4* ' •!* 

V UNWOOD LOCALS + 

+ . + 

A iliatli wliicli came an a nhock t^ 
his iiiiipy friendj was thai of W. M. 
Hoh"-r(>n, although ho was vory 
poorly ynturday, ho rcmalnnd in the 
nlore till aflnr four o'clock hi tlnj 
nftei:>i(in, when Mrs. llobcrson suc- 
coedec' in porsu.iding him lo go txi 
Ihe !> -use. His coiidlllon. rapidly 
t(re\v worse and medioti aid was 
c.'ll.id lor al opco, but of no avail 
.iiid donlh cair^Q. as a polief- Sunday 
evdiinB al nlno o'clook.'; 1 .(in); UjW. 
lio. uiiid of iJrlg^U'. dlseano. 'riio 
fuMc.al was hold frpq JJaoml P«R-; 
list iburch M'crf^tl^ir 'dfl^rtido'rf, odi- 
dviclrd by A. T.-Ddnrihoo, W6'cx- 
tond oiip doopcst .BjTiipftlhy' lo UK 
wife, ton and olbet' rolativosi M*y 
God In his leiidor tnorcy'holp, Ihom 
lo h^ar Ihis t,helr tore affllotlna. 
Vfr. Pobcrson hftif%r JOvflral yokr? 
boon tt morchanl 'in LInwood In 
^ich HtvicMf bo 'bu mado many 
triondt. • "■ 



» t t. ,♦—*,. f *^'» ■ < > ■' ■fiiti TiitiiT t T 

+■ ' ■'" • ^■- •• ■ ":^'' ' '■■•' ■• +. 

+. /.VttXA/iOW ^« 

,•(..: '.1 •>/'-•-,,•^>•*<)^•^fV-^*■■■•' •'•^' ' +' 

1 i(»tat.,y, iViiTi i»t»ini ■^■Mllt■l■ ii I'l !• 

I .Mra. ,Cl>tTi« liqinpVJn m*» torougnj 
fp)m^l|f5l Clly > VJIlanoy.i^in^lory, 
I tN-uU«: iidTare ibo w»«' farurled.; »,{ 

AdmlnbilrBtor'B 9*119 
vieorgia, Walker 'l>ounly. , 

B} virtue of uii oruur from, Ihe 
Ordinary's court, of said covinly, 
will ho sold befor6 the court hodM 
ddov in the l<iwn of I.aJ-'ayetl/^v unid 
sloto ai:d county, on' the (Irsl Tues- 
day in April, ncptl, tlie following 
dfsc.-itfd' properly lo-wll: Part of 
lol of land No. ifl; south line .4* 
rodn loiiK and riinniriB from west' lo 
east lo a litllo ' bUck-gum Irpc; 
thence north 12 rods to a sloqo; 
I hence, west ■40 rodi« to a red ohx Uj 
(be old oriKinul line; Micncn •oi|th 
12 rods lo the HUrllnn poinl, In a 
lilMi! post oak 'ind containinK tliri.-u 
acres To he soUl ns Ihn pioi)erty 
of Kli'.a Cnrlock Dnllnn, Into Of said 
coiir.i.y, drreaseil, for the purpo»<!,of 
piiyiiii-. (Ieb(8 niiddiatribution. Terms 
of s.le. cHsli. ThlB March 0. 11M7. 
n. (i. ELDKK, Admr. 
EUZA CAIII.OCK UALTON. doc"d. 



AdinlnlNlrntor'N Sale I 

(Jei.Tnis, Walker County. 

I(y virtue of an bnier from Uio 
Ord'.iiiry's cniirl, of saiil coupty, 
will I'l' sold hei'oin (he court hpiiso 
doM'- in the town of l.,nI''Byello. said 
slnli' pnd county. o:i the llrst Tuos- 
d.-'y i:i April, licit, the fidlowiiiK de- 
sci'il..'>! properly, lo-wil: Lots of 
land .Nos. 1.115, lo.l, 151 nnd 172. all Id 
lb.' 12th district and Uli section of 
■•iiid Wiilker (".ouiilv, (In. To bo sold 
.ns the rropcrly of \\ . II. Ilcnsun, into 
nf snid county, deceased, for Iho 
[iiirpoho of paying debts and dlstrl- 
Imhi.ii. Toinis of sair, cash. .This 
.March 0. -017. . ' 

Ailt.^. "W. a. IIENSON, Admrx. '. 
W..H. lIENSOiN, Dco'd. 



22 



wALTWt oowtr MamyoMt, maroh 9. 1917. 



ArfnrinUlrntor'B ^f 

(i.-nrnia Wnlkor Couiily. , 

li\ VII lui; of an ordur frora.Hiu 
OMinnry'n covin, of (laul county, 
will 1.0 Rold bc'forO llie court hoowi 
(U/r:- in llic Uiwn of l-nKovrlU-, »nld 
xlole ai;il county, on lln' llrnl Tm-s- 
(lay In April, nr;(t, Lli<' foUowinR 
(Ipucnl 1(1 property lo-wlt: Part of 
lol of Innil No. 22V: soulli line U 
j^odn long and runhfliK f roni wesf to 
H«fll lo a liltio liUck-Kum LrfC; 
Ihrimt" Tiorlh \2 rods lo o sU)i)o; 
lliriw" west SO lodK to n red ouM U) 
llic old oriKioul lin'-: thcnco »Outti 
1'.' rid* lo llip MLaiLInK polnl, to o 
litll(r po«l ook '"'il coiiUiming (liroo 
aori'K I'o t"" "ol'l <"> I''" pi-oi)orly 
of KIr.n Cnrlork DnlLon, Into Of "aid 
coun'.y. drcooKcd. for tlin purpooo.of 
piiyiMi. di'lits anddifltribulion. 'rornis 
of K.-li'. ciiMl). Tlilfl Mnrcb 0. I«17. 
I). C. ELDF.K. Admr. 
F.IJ/.A CAllLOCK DALION. doc'd. 



l,<>ltrM of DIsmlMlon I 

Gnorgin. Walknr (lovinly. I 

. I,pr. Btiiiiii. ndiniiiislrotor of (lie 
o.MtJi'.e of ,1. II. Shli)|). laUi of- Hnld 
cuiii'lv, drci'.iHi'd, liriH npliUi-d lo llin 
ii[nloiV,!Kiicd fui IftliTK ol dinml8nioii 
froir, (•aid ndtiiiui:*lrutorRlili). ,Notlco 
in li'ii'liy (jivcii thai I will pnRs on 
^nU\ iippliciilioM III my olllr.p ip Ui- 
l-nycllr-, Hind coiiiily on tin' Hist 
Mon.liiy ill April, ni-xl. Given un.liT 
my ti;inil mid olllcial sUiiiiUirn, line 
Miiri-:i r,, 11117. 

W. I,. SIANSKI.I,. Oidiimry. 



AdinlnlHimlor'N Sole 
Upi.TMia, Walker County. 

Ijy virtun of nil ordor from, tlie 
Orfli.inry's court, of said county, 
will hi: .nold hcloro the court hpiiso 
do-.-- ill 111.! town of l.nKavcllo. »aid 
«lnli- Olid county, on tlio llrst 'I'ui's- 
d.-'y in April, next, llio followiiiK dc- 
Hci'il..-i: property, lo-wit: Lola of 
il,ilid .Nils. I:)5, 153,' )5A niuJ 172, all Id 
111,' l;?lli di.'itrict and itli sixlion of 
viiid Wiilkcr County, Oii. To lin Rold 
.TS llio r.ropcrty of W. II. llcnson, Into 
of inid covinty. doconncd, for llio 
riurpi.so of payiiiK di;l)tH .and dlstrl- 
l)Uh(.ii. Tornis of Biilr. cash. .ThlB 
.Manti IS, -017. . ,- 

Aii'<. W. 11. IIENSOX. Admrx. 
V/..H. HEN80N, Dco'd. 



I.rdrrs of l)l.Niiil.H,"dofi . 

(;<-.ii-^tln, \V)ilk(T.('.(.unty. 
■ K V. I'Ip"*." ndiiiinislrntor (rf tlio 
rHt;ili' of H T. ll;ill. li\li- of .suld 
roiiiily dpr'<aii-(l. luin applipd to tin' 
unil')iHiKnril f:)r IcUitr of dinniis- 
Bion from smld ndinuilHlratoinliil'). 
Notit" ih liiTi'by Kiven lo all i;oii- ; 
oiiriicu tlial I w'ill pm^ on snnl np-[ 
pllci.licn III my olllci; i:i l.nl'uyctti', 
said rounly, on llw IliKt Monday in 
April, imxi. «;iv»(ii uiidnr my liiind 
and ofllclnl «i(n-.'ilurc, Llii.s .Miircli 5. 
J017. W. I,. STA.NSEI,!,. Ordinary. 



3//^// 9/7 ^ 

•IfbB'FtJil^n f aV8»,>roTe op(M«*ntdo, 

.\ crnlle voice 8«ld;,iHlon»P*'' • ■^■'■r\ 

Asiynl )h6!''»ioifvVoljMf. and Mr^-J;^'! 
P.'Pnrrl»fi''«n(i look from the»i> <»?>lr^ 
llllI(r«on. Cecil. Hn. gufTcrwi for ,7j 

iior.ttis- wiin -rTirotntittmrTBCJT "TWr , 
\ .iwpfll, cheerful lllllo boy and will I 
be nlcwd Ihrougboul), Ltio .>(Jjple 
neig'hhorbood. , bnUoh,, Ji4w^ .^>Hch 

lho'liltm"jiM »unH4rrt.c ^?'*Jr-J' 
II i? 80 80(1,10 kn^^w.l^nt wo will 
tjoTUr fiesr ljl» vf)ice or leo^hU, «weej 
Vmllln J" f 006 Ijcrp.ori oatlh.n^- jwmi 
l)ii'..tf Wo trust Ih Iho Lord^A*^ Vlll 
meoiMm In IhfcJ-WuUful hoJne not 

clone -1)7 Yather, mdlhliK rffid ph^«J-- 
clan, lufOod *?Vf t\l^'Ukfl hlin lo 
■dv^p'i jkllh.'hlin-. ;' ■/•V....'..',';-^ > 

U'l.ieVc* » father,, raolhor, four 
brolhm and two fW(ori;and i| ho«l 
of rclattvcB and friends to 'm6urn his 
loBB To tho^re^Vcd^f^mtly.wo ex- 
tend (arheirtffiU »JWPOth/..<ov..^' 

Thdiuneral aflPrlco waa conducted 
by.n<>\it W. Oi 'rflltent and M»e Wdjr 
WT;j6itf lo.roit la!.tho lll«lttolnl 

Mtep io.,Rwiii n'^f^""X ^?: 
"llcW&orf&i-lWl* not,,fo<gott*ft, ^!,^ 

■ NoVci; w)li hU jnof^n f^«j • VA| 



j. JNMK.MOKYOF 

J. D.,.sol/ of .Mr. uiid Mm. J. C. 
' Mj'c;'. t'lio .Jit-d Foil. 1(5, 1017,' OKud 
2 yorrt I'nd 10 i.-ioiitlis and 2 d:iyH. 

How riy«terous are llio workiiiKB 
flf proviuL'iicn. Jn a few short Iiouih J 
a fft'.licr r liopp, u iiiotlior'u Joy hnn 
1)0011 hljHtod. I' ii ludrtod liiinl to' 
a»«i)cfBt(, oni! « > full of lifn and lovo 
and licB.tli w'i'i Uk' toiiil), liiil liiH 
nun tinr (foni; iluwn wlillo I'l wan yet 
Jw cn'ly. lluwi'ver wn sorrow nol I 
A« tiiow,' wlio li.Tvo no hope. Wei 
know Ihil it iN wdII with llllln .J. IJ, 
but oil it if> HO Inrd and Had for all ofi 
, Ua.nbo lived liim flo. Hut nflor llff'B ' 
feVO." hi gtctip.i woll. Wo shall son- 
Ilia fnco, no moro until tho rpsurtor-|- 
•^Uon mo'.'iilns and Ihun wo will see 
r hUn ami Ing- llio anglci of Ood ri-Sl- ' 
) Ing' Ir. l\(' Ixjnoin of his who »nld, 
"lUfTor jjlUo cliiidrpn U) conic unto . 
mo and orMd 'Ijom not, for huch l.i 
t(io k!(j,)rdoin of Iloovon." Thon i 
,wcep no parL'iits and lovod ones for 
)rou will SCO our lovod J. U. ognin li| 
^ho reau 'n-ctlou morii. 
<.'^>y ]\<i all llvo «o wo will mocl 



I him in that 'inppy liomfl wheru bo 
has f,on>! on hoforo ;o wnjcoiiu. us iit 
our comlnK. 

I Written by on,. Win, I,„vpd ;i,,„. 





23 



!»:Mm»^'iwj,-*oi^'mri^ 

t>ix\^^iQihAl grcnt'aiid happr.boma 
V.iirho"vk'i)c#r,h«w, 



tlv^ hrUl ffJ^fla*.*,^wt«J^'»;Jfig^ 
im/lro Mthart;kti4|hh^,lU!Wr», 



fflIf>AT, AaS^ 16.1917. 

DAViD C. PAYNE]|g 
FOUND DEAD IN W(il| 

iATUnOAY MGnT:ABOUT*^'-^A! 

;. U OCK— WAS 83 \r,\m OLJ>-x,v^ 

" "-; A COSfFEDEIl ATE VEt-:'^ ''&^ 

-' ''r ERAN AND A MAS0N~-«'3 >n 

■■'•■". —BURIED MONDAY 

David. C. Pnyno, of Ro^BprlnKi? 
agod f 3, Was found dead id Iho wboda 
aboui IhVoQ h'an^red y/rAi }roinHbe* 
homo ofllila 8on,Jftn(o8 ■payAc.^wlili^ 
whom hdwai Ifvlrtff Salurday nliht- 
Ho lofl hbpi6 Brtlorday morning •ad 
was mlsVod y(Mlurday afUi'rnoon, 
whon a BM^iing parly found him " 
about H o'clock Saturday nlghtw,HU 
dooth is thought lo hlive beon (J^e t# 
hcnrt fnlluro.'Vk_- '■'',.;'■..-. , - 

M^ I'nyno was born near H^ljal.if . 
kiio-.vn as Hobs' Landing' Doo. 9,,183I;* 
and iiH family camo.lo ^OOk 8prU\^i' 
when liu was only sik yoara' of.af ^,v 
III! iixcil near liock Sprldg prsoU-!- 
cally III! of his life. •;?,•' V! 

He v;uB a m.'.mlicr of Jho^Mt8on(o ' 
prdni, his mcmlinrsiiip ' b<ilnS ■ ;1'^t'i'' 
Iho CiKwHsh. Spring Lodge ,'ftnd/irtt«l' 
buriiil with Mosonlo. hp;i6rj;YSi:;, 
WQ» also a Oonfedorale vetftran.' j-;?^ 

Fuiicral survicos wore hold'fronl ' 
the Hock Spring church M(jh''dij;,' 
morning at II o'clock cpnductod.by > 
Rov\ J. A. I'arlrldgo, aflof ;. which J 
his romalns wore taken In chargO \>f'i 
Iho Crawnah Masunio lodge and (11^ J 
lingly laid to rest. in Dim comotoryi 
n'enf by with Masonic honor*^, • .^ >' 

■Mr. Payne Is survived by<"'thr«d; 
Bohs,' one son living in A!abama,'6ip^ 
li). Tcjfaf "nd '/amo* Pftyno : at, noijkf 
f8prl|ifi wUh whom ; J^rj^ Paypo wa» 
I llvlnit allho iln}? «f hl«'rl«ftih; V.>1(- 



of hl«d(}«l,h; •; A'v 



Mr3. A. L. Cooper, agod;Bl>out M, 
died ct her homo at Cotlctt WcdT- 
ncsdny afternoon, after a brif'f ill- 
ness of two days. Funeral servicer 
will lif lield this oflcrnoon jil .1 o'- 
clock at Callcll. 



• l - I - l - I - ■ I " I " 1 - I - I -'I~H"I-H' -H-h-h 

•f" ^ 

* MT. CARMEL' ^. 

+ .J, 

\V. w.Tii siinr lo lwni\iif (lie 
il<-iilh of W. M. HiiImthoh. ^i.- la-l 
llmi' lliix-Wrili'T .m:iw Mr. lldlmiMoii, 
Im-' l.h.ki-il ntnul. un.l limkcd In he iii 
Uiii -iTy lilddiii i,r linillli. Iml llii- 
slri'iiK miiMl K" JIM .Miiiiic ii..< i|ii> weak, 
ami llio young as .siiinn nn the old. 
Til.' lliiiiK for lis lo <|(i JM lo ho prr- 
parcd. for wo ]<iio\v not lli„ ,|uy nor 
tliu lu>ur. 

DILf.. 



IN MEMORY 

Mrs Margariit. K/c||, wifo of lli'i 
lalo .'lev. 3. i:7..-ll, died nt tlui lioin ; 

(I 11 f son, on iiorlii-iu'iin sirn;'. 
l-un'-;iil .•iiM-viccs wi'n- ronduclod hy 
1t.:v. r. A. Swalfonl. iil Uock Soring 
iliiKili, ulliM- wiiii-li hor rein'.'ii? 
WTi' liilil III iivsl liy llii> aldo of lii:r 
l.i.-i;.i.d. 

Ml- K/fU w^•^ lii-foro lii'r niap- 
' liiiKP, Mi.t.s M'trgari-l lOrwin. HUi 
\\:\^ a iialivi- (icotKian, born and 
n-an il in Union C.otinly, hut linJ 
liiM'ii •I'siillriK ill NVulkiT C.ouitly n.- 
lioi'il i;ii yi'iuK. Slir wu» 70 yi-ar.i and 
II iiinnllis of in;c-, ni llio lime of l.<r 

lll-4lU. 

Kill' wa.H a ini'iiiliur ^f llio Uu|>tl)l 
rliurrli from youlli. Sl>» is sur- 
vivi;il liy otn' Hidlcr, Mrs. Ilcboccjk 
(irililili, and.H cliilUrrn; MrM. J. 3. 
I'. Vn.rltir, of Winder, Co., \. -U 
K'.iill. of JudHrtii, N. C, II. M, of East 
l.ak.-. 'IVnn.. mid 'I'. K., J. A., &. L, 
and C. II. Er.nll, of Lal-'ayctto, her 
liny' .11. d and one daughter having 
preci I'dijd her tp Ihn great itoyond. 



l.rlU-rs of Adininlslriilion 

(icor^in. WiilkiT Ormnly. 

A|i[ili(nlioii liavinK Imm-ii niiidf" in 
due lorin lo Invn K. I'. AIIkuoiI a[i- 
poir.l.'il ndniinislrnlor nf the e.sL'ile 
of Ml:. Jane T. AI1ko(.iI^ ImI.- of .saiil 
r.jiiiity. ileceiised, iiiilui' i.s licreliy 
«i\iM llial I will (i;i»s ii|iiiii .<aid iip- 
plieal-oii at my oDIee in l.:il''iiyrlle, 
stiid enmity, on the first Monday in 
April, next. Ciivcii iiiidiT my li.ind 
nnd ( ilieinl AiRi>.:liire. Mils March ft, 
1917 
• \V. t.. .STANSI.I.I., Ordin.Tiy. 



ArtnilnHlralor'!! 8«le 

♦ iefiiK'"; Walker County. 

H) virtue of an onjer from the 
Ordinsry'K roiirl. of »nid county, 
l^yill lic sol'l lii'fiiie llio rourl house 
iliKir Ti llje U;wM of IjiKayeltc. said 
■<lnl<v ui*d roiinly. tin llie llrnl Tueij- 
<lay III April, ni-nl, llie followinK 
ilvHc'iit Ld projierly lo-wll; I'.ttI of 
lot of loud .No. 'SS-; Houlli linn \K 
rod;; long nnd running from west to 
i-anl lo a lillle lilaek-Kum tree; 
llieiice north 12 r<xl« to a nloni!; 
Ilieni-r; went M) roili lo a red nnk lo 
the iilil oriKiuol lini;; llience ttoulh 
12 rjclH Lo llie »tnrlmg poiiil. lo a 
little poRl oak and conliiminK three 
lu-r^'f To III- nold as the iiroiierly 
of Klia (;arlock Dalton, late ol^ said 
eoui.ly, decrused, for the puriiOHe of 
liayoii. ili'lils iinddulriliiilion. 'rerois 
of s.-le, canh. This March IUt7. 
I). (;. El, OKU, Ailmr. 
KI.I/.A CA It LOCK DALlfj.N, der.'d. 



AdmlnlKtrulor'N Sale 

UlecrKia, Walker Countv. 

' Hy virtue of an order from the 
Oni'.uiry's court, of Said county, 
will hi; sold beiore the courl liousn 
■lo'ie in the town of LnKnyelte, salil 
Hlate (•lid rountv. o;i the (Irst Tui-i- 
ih-y i:i Aprd, next, the following do- 
seril.'il propei;',v, lo-,witr Lois oj 
land .Nos. i:t.'., I.VJ, 151 nnd 172, oil in 
Ih.' 12lli di.Mlriet nnd Slli <Hei-llon of 
•laiil WnlUer tlounlv, (ia. To he Hold 
.iM I 111- property of W. It. lleiiHoii, Into 
of sriil county, ilereased. for the 
puriii.se of puying (Jehl.x and di.Mtri- 
iiiihi.ii. TeiniM of sale, rash.- This 
Mnrth t;. -VI17. 

W.-. W. H. IIEN.SO.N. Admrx. 

W. II. IIE.\aO.\, Doc'd. 



24 



3/z3li'^n 



IN MEMOnV i 

Of Mn. M. A. Walliti. who dcparl- 
..•(1 lli.(< life .Ija 13. IUI7. Slio won 
iKjrn Olid rcar-jil In MrMlnn rounly, 
TriKi, and .ived Uhto unlil lior 
nwiripi;.' wllli II. L. Wallln'In. Uic- 
year :Ptj7.- tJne. was llio niolhcp _of 
(wo n'lililren md rt^'pmolhrr lo Ilvp. 
The. all Inveil her m Ihrlr very own 
lioc;i".o nhc li.vod llicm. IX)vo be-. 
KcU* Ijvr alwiys. She was a woman 
of few- word*. >-ol ihc^followpU cIo»A, 
In Ihp foolstrp* of hn Savior. ^'"^^^^ 

"^N.-ne knew l^er bul loTtnrti hef/ 
nmiO^Binrti'-'r btit'lo pnriw." for 
iho «i)» «vfr rc»dy lo do » kindness; 
lo «1I wilh nhopi abe ci^mo in eon- 
Ucl SHe llvei to • ripe old mt, bc- 
Injr'if? when Iht diik wlngtjd me»-| 
wni^r came »h<l claimed her u iU 

, p!i»"wa« pnsceeded to Ihe glory 
wpr'd by her.h\i^b«n(l,"flfle«nyc«rs, 
lacking fcmif (liyi. ' ' j 

in I ^ were twth membcri of the. 
Mo'.hcdisl Episcopal church and had 
boon tubtcriUfctl to Ibo "Melhodiat 
Advooalo Journal" for W yc»r». j 

Tr '.ly a \q6& woman has pawed fc 

her flnalreward. % 

0MB WUd UO\TX> nziL z* 



On thr SOiday of rK-cerabcr, 191^ 
ihe death aoffrl visited the hom* OT 
Mr. and Mrt. Frank I-ogTflns and UjO^ 
from Iheir midsl their darllnff baW, 

Bonnie Ruth ss-as only two months 
aftl lino week old. She wai only 
glvrii lo us lo:i» cnounh for Ui to 
lov her, bul God, whO doelh all 
IhuiKi well saw 111 lo call Donnfe 
niiu"! home. She was struck with 
(.aralysls and only lived a few hourt.' 
Wn l.kve iho hlr«ed assumnco Uiat 
Honnio riuHtla sleeping ia.Jcsui 
whrtr «h« will know no more t)alo. 
r would say lo the bereaved (amlly, 
"Wt-p Btt for Bonnie Ruth Li not 
de*id bul Bleep* andlf wfl live Hghl 
we cjn meet ponnJernoUJ <ntT yon- 
der, n here th'cre^wlll be OOxmoi* 
■{car»_rfi«d,Vf''.- '•'" •"-;:. •'•S^Tr'-' 
.'^|e<^'tiij""dc*rjbn« «nd lak^^tlVJ)'«»*i 

0<\,' filled Uiee bora© "be'ktitr/relb 

•••■;. ';^i?.'V';.-.'it\AVtxTriiJbillf;;.'- 

- " '-•-T., I i-»ii'i I ',' — I . "' .■■ J .I 



V t V 

Mr- ArUiur LedbcUer died al lior 
home al Linwood^.Wddneadiy afloT 
a Ungcring lllnese. Ucr rcmilfia 
wer« laid lo real la U.o ML C«rmel| 
ccmeL-ry Tliurvlay afUmoon al 21 
o'clock. 

•»• + +...., ;| 

T T -r 

. CapL Edward M. Jacksdn and Miss 
Evel)n Wi/cginA. bolh of Chall*- 
noora, Tcnn, were married Tuesday 
Iho ?Olh, by K^ouiro O. W. Drown, 
In the Lnw olTlce of John D. Pope. 
llier appeared qulle happy after 
the ceremony. <lalin«r that Ihoy were 
Koirig lo Uiniim«haiii, Ala, on their 
wcddrng lour. 



LN MEMORY 

Mrs ,\lico Ellison, wife of J. E. 
i;il.«.H> and dauKh'ur of .Mr. and .Mrs. 
r,. .N .Millicnn. died aL her faltn-r's 
lioMip nrar (juilil. 'la, i;n Di-ccmber 
:il. 

.Shf w:is l..irii M;irrh 17. 1M87. 
lliri' riii-o mNi' wjh ^ituiiil :m) yearn uld 
will'-, ihi! lord III hit wisdom calle<I 
l^cr lioiiii'. Sh? prnfi'.HSi'd hopL' 111 
i:!iii;l ,Tl an Mily :iui- iiml wa.s a 
ini-'iiiiii-r of llii' M.i|ili>l. chun-h. She 
had ;.;wuy.-< liM'd a lif'- thai .siimoipiif 
imikI:! iupIici' and a lif<' llial would 
lead yonw liwl inic Up i;iiri.-<l if Ihcy 
would follow llie Mxainpli' nIii- ,icl. 
\hir was kiml and Iomiik lo all who 
knew hiT. .Voliody ni\'T knew hec 
liul to love h'T .she always had a 



I.ellers of ni."«inl.v«lon 
c;oor>;ta. Walker Coiiuly. 

I.i'i^ S'lip;'. ndiiiini.ilrator of Ihe 
csta'.e of J. K. yhip|), late of .said 
|c(punly. ilrei'nsr-d. hr.n applied lo the 
undrir'KMi-d fcpr lrllcr» of disiiii.s.sion 
fropi. ^al(l Bcliniiii'<liator'»liip. Nolice 
Ms hiMi-hy KiM'ii thai 1 will pa.ss on 
Kaid applnalioii al my ofllrc in I,a- 
K.iyclli\ naid rouiily on llic (Irsl 
.Monday in ,\pril. nrxl. liivi-n under 
my hand iiikI olllrial •iKiialiirc, thus 
Marij 5. 11117. 

\V. I.. SIANSKI.I, Ordinary 



Admlnlolrtlor'n Hale 

ilcrri-i.-.. WalkiT Oounlv. | 

lly v:rlue of an ord.-r from I .'. ^ 

Oid-nary's court, of naid counl>. 

wM N- Void i«-f>"v ""• <""'i """"•; 

M,,',V ^n Ihi- low.i of r-al-BVPlle. said 
„Ul. Ki.d .ounly. on 111'- llr«l I U';^" 
J-% April, n.«xl. Ih- rollowiiiKd.- 

..ril •■! iropflty. lo-wil: l^^l* "' 
:;J,dM..'":i:.ir^Or.laod.7. ullin 

iii.c i-'ih d.Hiriri "•"' 'L''.:"'^^"";, 

,ald Walkor Coiinlv. <'a. ' '> ^ "" '' 
,:,"\hn,iop,TlyofW.n.ll.M.HO...Uto 

of »aul rounVy, d.«c.-a».-d. or th.> 

Lr,»l.- of P'O'OK d.y.n ..nd 'h^l - 

luliVip. Terms of sale. cash. 1 !"■• 

^'.n'mV^U.'IK.NHON. Admrx. 
\V. II. IIENSO.N. I)oc'd. 

Lellern of DUnd.««lon 

(I.w.rKla. NV.lWrr r.ounty. 

F V. IMess RdminiV- lU^r of the 
ir,'i,. nf II T ll.-\ll, lal<l of said 

u ul -i^lKnod for. inters of dbmW- 

XVfrom s.ld »'''"'"':'".u'?on- 
NoUv': i" hereby given U> all con- 
ccrncd that 1 will pass on ssid sp- 
plirUion al my olllce in Ij»l-»y^ , • 
,a d counly. on Ibo Orst Monday In 

4nrll next. OIvpu under my hand. 

md '.nK 1.1 llgr:slure, this March 5. 

,0,7 W. ll S TANSKl.l.. Ord inary. 

•iH-V -W-i-H-H-l- -H-H-l-I- -I-h 
•{' i:\Ti J", ri -1- 

•i-H-r :-I-I-:-l--I-r-:-l-hv I"I-r+ 

A .-ad . I. Mill lo .-x.i \ou.- \v,p> Ihal 

,if Nil--.. \. I.. i;....|i.i. which ...Till-. 

I'll ill lii'i li U<->lii.->.l.iy I II 

IIIK. .I.'li !■ ,1 I llilli-- of olll> IWi' 

lay-,. . I', r d. mIi w.,> .\ cnal -ih.„k 
lo hiT faiiiilj iiul liiiuds ,iiid iila- 
live.d. 

Mi>. C.oojMT vas a unod Chrislian 
won ;in mid w.k al\\;i>i ii'ady and 
wiIImik lo h'-l|i lo'i- iii'u;hl'oi s mi 
.iiiylhin»: in liiiu- ol nrrd. ■'->hi- w.t.s 
\ kiilil and loviiic im llii-r and u dc- 
voli'd wi|.- .--;li.- \\;i-. loMil |py all 
Alio kl'iw hri-. 

SJlo 1- -oiM\.-il l.\ liir liu-h:uiil 
mil iiiM'- rIoMii-ip. liM- d.iiiuhli'r* 



l^Uemof *dnilnl."itmUon 

Oeoru a. W'alkrr (Anility. 

Application havinK hnn made In 
duo li rm to Invr K. 1'. Allgood ap- 
polr.UcI admiiilslralor of Iho ostato 
of Mr . Jane T. Allnood, late of said 
eounl;'. derca.H.yl. nolici> is hereby 
giver llial I will jias^ upon said ap- 
• pllcalon al my odlre in LaKayoUe. 
said (Oiinly, on the nml .Monday In 
April, next, (liven under my hand 
knd ( iTIolal sign-itui-o, this March 5, 
1017, 

SV. L. STAN8KI.1., Ordinary. 



25 



lUxCH 



23, 1917. 



I.N LOVIN(; UICMKMIIHANCK OK 

Olll T)i:V<)Ti:i) KIUKNOANI) 

ri',LI-(>\V (LASS-MA IK, 

MONTIIC CAUnOLL 

11 is Willi till' <l<M'pi-st roRi-rl thai 
wr. arc caiiHcd It) exprcHs the sonli- 
iiiiMil of our hoorU ii; lliis wiiy. 1ml 
as wo Irl our iiiiiids liccoini; coiiccii- 
Irali-il upon lli>' UhhikIiI "f "ur «li'- 1 
ccaioo frlciuln, it nlwuya rniicws our 
Kiiof, allliouKh. wo or.! failliful 
cnoufli to P"l <»"■ ♦"Uiil. m our 'iod. 
and icccivi- Uic Krinil mid only i;<iii- 
nolnt.on "I-cl (Jod's Will Mr Dune," 
and BO fo rlli OKiiiu willi coiilonl- 
inciil 

Uul in lliis parluular, r»H)uin- 
slai.cv.'. wu ure'i;au.iftd lo mourn llio 
iosi rf one wlio' has hern failliful as 
a iiionib'cr of our H. IS. class al 'rriu- 
ily V. E. cliuii-Ii, Minco wo llrsl 1)0- 
CBinc orKanitcd, niid as wo miss Uie 
brighl faco in cla-ss, us well as liis 
u.nu'i' liappineas of heart, wo arc 
cvc.T ><'l cau8(;d lo Rrlrvc, liul more 
csppcally are wo Blrlcken with prief 
in behalf of his good ii.olhor who al- 
wnyr freely loveJ and choriahed 
him. , ■ ' 



8n wo as a class join you dear 
mother, father, sislnrs and hrolhers, 
as you mourn the loss of the dear 
one w•<^ nil Iovp, anil say lliat wo.Xvill 
protll by the losa.jul-Mfliitip, our 
class-mate, and at all limes bo ready 
lo meet death in any way our God 
scc^ ni. 

8o wo extend to you our Icndcrcsl 

8ymrall>'<'9. ""'l "'"f"' ^'"''- *'"" "*'" 
ccpl !ho sweet consolnllon which wo 
as p class accepL, "Thai wo Irusl 
our loved one wilh our God." 

WESI.KYAN B. 8. CLASS- 



liN MEMOnV 

Or the \2 of I'eb., Ial>' in Ihrt 
i-v-oliiK. the aiucls of the Lord VH- 
iled Uie home of Mr. and Mis.<;eoi.<>f 
•riirncr and Uiok from Iheir arm-i 
'their lillU; son, Malllu-w. and waflof 
,lii:i lilllf spuil nil" till- pi.-scnee ■•I' 
I (iud ;ind aiiKels. 

I MiUhcw liail been a frail clii ■» 
for nine moiilln anil i-all'-d for tl. • 
elosesl ntleiilio:i of iiJ!' ii^m ola, w., ► 
r.ur'-d for liiiii, lo palic-nll.N .iiul lov- 
iiiK'y Matllii-w was a v.iy mn.u l 
.ovely elulil, he wa.s always ready I ■• 
hail I hose who passed him wilh Im 
chiUi-'li greeliiiK. H'.s hard to K>v> 
him up and w'.> will miss his child- 
ish presence but Jesus said. "Lei 
the little children corne unto mo anj 
fori) d lliein not, for of such is Iho- 
kiiiK^lom of heaven." 

W". can afford lo lel him go and 
live wilhoiiL him here that he may 
Uv" with JoHus .ind livo in thai hea- 
venly homo with angels and loved 
ones lie lived only a short life of 
3 yei -a, H months, but niled on carll> 
Iho p'nco that God Intended ho- 
should nil. I'ike a Kunbenm ho was. 
here lo lighl'^n and gladden Iho 
lioni" and hearU of loved ones, but. 
almos-t suddenly ho was gone. 
A precious one from us is gono 
.i.'a' volcn wc~ loved ip stilled. 
A plnco 18 -vacant in our homo, 
Wnlch never c.-vn bo lUled. 
funeral services were conducted 
al A.ilioch' church by W. C. Tallcnt, 
on the. morning of the Mlh, aflcr 
which his remains wore laid Lo re«t 
at Ibal place, to awail the rcsurroo- 
llon morn. I.ovod ones, weep not 
ho ij not dead bul eloepelh. 

W. 0. T.VH1ANT. 



+ ^ Hyv 1 n ii n n II i-j ; 

4'. l/lafa^ihte n. 6. + 

'*i " • ^ + 

, 4 '^' lA - l I ! I - I- H-H-^H-H-H 

i ilom lo' Mr.ind m^ff- f„»»^." 



Ml. John uall wiroo rrom onaiia- ] 
noojta Wediie»<lai - oiTd sUled ho 
found liiur of bisAboftthers. and one 
jisl-r liaddiodwltlJlJWVwowcoUi. Tht^ 
la*! !wo were tiui^oJ lucs^lay. 

L;li!o Mffttfuio V SugtfV. ago 0. 
ilauplier of B. SukKSyAlied Friday 
iiior..>nB,-dcalh l»cini\/uc U meBsloi\ 
Kuni^Tal services were held Balur' 
day Pl Iho Chlokamnuga UapUsl^ 
church by Rev. r. 8. Leonard. In- 
lerinrnl look plaoo in Iho Chlck#-jl 
maucn ccmelory. • Maurino m*a', 
ftwpclly rcmcmbefwi by bcauUful 
lloiV, offerings Klvon by Iho -Xtm^y 
o^\c■^^\^^, tho" or»*»on^ the Vwl I.*- 
Ka)-^ltc school cl«»« of wtiloli »li« 
WHS member. Mr*. Ludie Norton 
and clhcr*. Tho many friends of 
Ihe l>«ren family te'nder tficir dcep- 
rtV»-ympalhy. •. , l /^ . ■ 



'hh'livi 



A TKIOUTE 

A:< c friend and nejghlior of How- 
ard Kiakeinore, who was drowned 
In (ho back walor» al the I'lpc 
Workc during Iho roccnl flood In 
Chillanootja, I i^eslrc lo exprcns my 
slncorc lyiiipalhy lo Ihe inombers 
of the famJljr. and loved ones. 

lilf l»ody was brought to our fam- 
ily frnvoyard fyr lolormenl. II was 
one, 01 Iho-Mddcsl siflhlt 1 over wit- 
ne»»4.-d. Tho iiews of his death .was 
l/iOcMne And il la hard U> give him 
up, and I .lliou«hl 1 would Iry U> 
expiesk my feolingj through Uid 
MoMejjgfr. 

I -want lo Ihank lliogood friends, 
nciglibors and good people for Ihoir 
klndncR* and for the bcauUful flow- 
cn whicb dcCoraled his bier. Wliilo 
It wrs impossible for mo lo bo, with 
him end hla frtondg on aooounl of 
llio high waters, my >*<frl was go- 
ing QUl lo him r.iid his loved ones In 
sympniliy. 

Ou: loss is his ctcrnnl gain In 
jioavc/i. -Xlie music al his funeral 
wan (lie sweelesll ever heard I think 
t\\i\ \ don't believe I will ever Iicar 
sweeier. Ho Ih misted and will be 
mis. !•<; eviiry day. 
i WriUcii by a true friend, 

.\. H. lIUMI>linEY8. • 



26 



^IHi'tn 



WALKEE 0<i TJITTY j^^NOEE^^AfEn^VlO^ 



Ailmli j.slralor'.s Sale 
Georgia, Wullrr CouiUy. 

By virluo lif an order frum Uio 
Ordinary's rcurl of said county, 
will bo Bold Icforo Uic cuurl lioiiso 
door 'w llio Uv,n of LuFnycUo, aaid 
stall' ur.d ion Uv, on lln- llrsl Tuc-i- 
dny in Aprili ncxi, llii; following 
doBoriLcd prrt&r.ly to-wit: Pari of 
lot of land ilo. i22; sonlli lino 4A 
rodfl long and runninR from west to 
cast to a I Ulo black-Kurn troc; 
lhi<ncpTiorlh||12 rods lo a »»'>no; 
thcnro wc8l '0 rods to a red oak to 
Ihc old onpiial lino; Uicncc mmtli 
i;: rod? lo ll(o starliMK point, lo a 
Utllo pout (la'l and contAinlnpc Ihroe 
nrroK. To hi' sold as tlic proiicrly 
of Kliia CnrlnVk Dalton. lato of »«ld 
county, dfcoif^i'd. for iPio purix'so'of 
payuiK dcbtit knddislnliiilioii. 'IVrnre 
of ».Mc, cash.] I Tlus Marcb 0, iOl7. . 

ELIZA C/OII.OCK UAI.TON. doc'd. 



Adin)|)blralttr's 8«Ie 

Gonrijla. Walter County. 

By v:rluC|[if an order from llio 
• Ordinary's Ourl, of eaid county, 

will be soldi before the court houso 
'door in the Ibwn'of LaFayettc, said 
.'-gVatc nnd collnty. on tlio Arsl Tues- 
.'d:'y it) April, nnxl. the following dc- 

Bcritod pro^br'.y. to-wlt: Ixjls of 
'land Nos. VS., IM, 154 and 172. all In 
. Uio 12lh dlslricl and *lh Beclipn of 

gald Walker, County. Oa. To bo sOld 
--M-tho tropcUy of W. \\. Hcnson, lato 
.•of *aid coui([y, doccascd, for the 

DurpobO of llaylnK debts and dislri- 
"bulion. Tcrhs of sale. cagh. Tills 

i March 6, -9 p. 

•MP5. W.j^. UEN30N, Admcx. 
■~ ■ W. 11. HENSON, Doc'd. 



-eslale of B! 
covinty, dec< 
undci-fliRncd 
Sion from | 
Nolico Is h' 
cerppO tbal 

. plication at 

Bald counly 

~*"Aiirll, ' iieAtt 

■ »nd ofDclal 
•1917. W. 



-/- 



t% ot Dbiml-sston 

Ikcr County. 
« ailftifnislrator of tno 
fT./lnll. lato Of said 
k.'ipd, lias applioU lo tho 
for loiters of dlnmis- 
inid •adm'.TlBlraloi-nhlp. 
ircby given lo all con- 
I ^111 pass on said ap- 
my otTlco In I.BFayotle, 
' ort Uio (Irsl Monday in 
-<liYm-iindcP-fny— han«i 
siminture, this March 5, 
L 6TANSELL. Ordinary. 
t—i • 



•Ltllf rs (1 

Georgia, Walk 

Application 

duo lorin lo h 

•.poir.Ud ndmiii 

of Mi't. Jane T 

counly, dccca 

giver that I \v 

plication at nl 

said county, o 

April, next. ( 

and ( Jicial sii 

1917. I 

W. L. S' 



f Adiiiiiiislrutiuii 
•r County. 

liaving liccn mado in 
ivc K. P.^AUgood ap- 
istralor of tlio csluto 
. Allgood, late of said 
•od, notice is hereby 



ill pass upon .said ap 
[• ofllcft in LaFayollc, 
i the first Monday in 
liven under my band 
Tialurc, Ibis Marcli 5, 

'ANSELL. Ordinary. 



Lcllrj^ Iff Di^ml^w'on 
(.icor);i.i. Walker County. 

I,cr Slupii. .udinini.-itralor of llio 
CHla'"^ (if J. 11. SInpp, lati- of said 
rouplv. dcccn.'ie.l. hcR nppli"'! ti> the 
midcn'Knrd for IrllcrB nf di.iim>:tion 
froir, .''nul (idriiiMiilralor?>liili. Nnlne 
IS h'-icliv K"\'-ii I'la' ' "■■'" 1'"^^ "" 
Baid hi.pliontion at my offltM^ In l.a- 
K:iyi-lle, HftId counly on Hip first 
Moiubiy in APi"''. '^0*'- <5fv«n 4nder 
my band and oniolal signMuro. tin.'! 
Marcli 5, 1l>17. 

W. I.. HTANSEr,!,, Ordinary. 

% .\n. cAn.>ii':i^ -l 

KU-lcbrr KioMoy---. baby was bun.. I 
: at Ml. Curmol last Monday. We syir 

pathi/.ewlU-ll"'i''"'""^'''='^"^^'"' 
baby. 

Mrs. Arlluir l,.dl,.H.T of Uhnvo. 
vvaH bu.).-d nl Ml.Carmellustllui.- 
day. Mrs. l.iMlb.-Uor bad been hi' 
tor.u b.iiK lii.ie '""' ll'".l>'"<'l'lc 
Ibis commumly «ymp»Uiiz:.- win 
\rtbur inlb.-l.«'<.'^<'ri''«y"""»<,'^'"'' 
•,s b„ lived n. Ibis community foi :' 
number of year., luul is a good boy. 

Wc vvero mad.- to f<»'> ""^^ ^' '''."", 
of ll.e death of Mr... Shields who di.'. 

luHl Saturday at r, p. ...-Weaver...... 

surprised at all to h<'»'- '>f her deal 1 
UH she had I.e.'.. sick for a long tm" 
and bad been very low for.omelvN. 
6r three week». Mr». Shields wa.s ; 
'Kood Clui.sllaii wo.uan and was lovr. 
by nil who knew her. Our ByiDpaH.^ 
reaches out for the orphan .•hildr.-, 
as their father left them yeavs nK.' 
They are good hoy* and girls. Hi" 
, ^„„> ,„.,.iched MiH. I,edbelter's an. 
Mrs. hhielils' funeral. 



Administrator's Sulc 
(Jcorgia, Walk.i- County. J 

Hv virtue of an order from the 
Ordinary-^ court, of said '•"VJ'' V., 
will be s'old before the court housr 
d, r in the town of l-al-ajVUe. said 
Male a.'V county, on the llrsl Tues- 
I day in May. nexU the f" "'^'"« '1^- 

RCiib.Ml properly, lo-wil: I/)Ib "f 
Tan N.s l.T.. IM, l.--.* and 172 all m 

the I2nv di^lricL and ah sec ion o 

said Walker Counly. (.«. lo he sou 
ns the property of W. U. 1 enso,,. In e 
,f nnid c< unly. deceased, loi inc 

nilinn. Terms of sale. cash. 1 his 
March 0, 1«17. ' ■ . '. " 

MllS W. a. ilKNSON. A'hnri. 



tlchm 



+ + 

+ CIIKSTNUT FLAT •!• 

+ + 

•J-H"H-l-l-i-I-H-+^-H-H"H- 
Mrs. Lee Mitchell died Saturday 
and was buried al Naomi biinday. 

I + -I- I - H rl- t - l -I-h i-i-J-h-I-H-f + 
+ .. • ' 4 

V TOANS ..+ 

4- " t 

A-V -H-f-K-l-H-i- -I-H-^ -I-H-+ 

Last Wednendny the death angel 
visited Ihu home of W. J. Hlcbard- 
son and to<jk from them little 
Waller, bko twenty monllis. lie 
•ind h'B family have our heartfelt 
5ymi)athy. 



ir5 MKMOUY 

bnthursday..lan.i.iyi7, our All- 
wise Fniher called from her earthly 
labor to an elernal rest, one of our 
Rislers. Mrs. Mary t;iemi-iit- 

She was born Nov. Iti. iB:>2, and in 
early life became one of Gods chil- 
dren, uniting with Macedonia church 
Sister Clement was a wife of I-. w. 
Clement, ^hoshe oulnumbcred hen, 
on earth several years. A faithful, 
loyal and attentivo wife and molhor. 
sharing c<iual)y their, joys and sor- 
^o^v8-and in the delightful service of 
Ihc Lord. She won many friends by 
hor kiPdno8». ever ready U) assist 
O^p Zupd lAe^iHl always carried 

llio vya« nflodnd. • ■ 

^Sister Clemenl will be Brcally 
miiiacd by all who knew.-her but cs- 
Jjcia ly W her children, but may 
nyUKo comfort in the though 
bsl God WllP makes no mistakes and 
ffir;jpmn'aandtookc..roofour 

Ho"; spirit shines fn^m' that brighl 

»horO 
And softly _ whispers, ••^^oep no 

Her toils are pasl. her work i. done. 
She fought the nghUhe victory won 

Mrs J. A- 8l"»''a°' '^'"- ^- 
Hn. Chas. Lovo. ComtnlUoc. 



27 



WALKZR COtmrY MZPSKNOER, APRIL 13, lOlG. 



AGED CITIZEN 
PASSES TO REWARD 






I l\ MKMOnV OK (:u.\M>M\ 

' Oil l-rli. 1, 1'.II7, llic ilculli ;iiiK<'l 
■:iiiic" lo IIk- iKUiir of Mr. Willio (iil- 
lliif.nlli iiii'l look Ills mothiT. Niiiii-y 
(illliroiitli. Sill' wiiH lioiii Aut:. '.Tdji,', 
I IH:.".). Hit uk<' was 87 y.aiM ami srv«:ii , 
nioiiUifl. 

Mrs. C.ilhrcalli was coiiviMfctl ut ii 
lliiislmiiior inci-linx n<-ar whmc llic 
j Valley Ilrnil i-rmroli now slunds. lO 
'somo oilrj years ngo. Afler llie 
rliurrli was oiKa'>''t''l '*''•' nniteil 
Willi Uie i:lmrch ami livpij a faithful | 
monil)iT. (irandma had liecn uiibIjIp 
lo nlloiul fhurcli for several yearH.] 
Ilov. JniiK's M. Mnlliis pro.nclied fori 
hiT ill lior home under llin' old wnl- i 
mil Irt-e.-Ilis leil was "If a man die | 
shall he live nKsin?" I-asl year lle.v.i 
Alfred K,7.ell preached ftir her under- 
llie .same old tree. Ilia lexl was John ! 
14:3; "And if I KO and iirepare a; 
plnre for you I will foine nKain and! 
ri-eeive you unlo Myself, Ihat where i 
I :iin Ihere ye may he uUo." Now she, 
has erosied ovi-r the dark si ream of| 
dealh. and we Iriisl Ihnl hHr apiril is | 
now al rett.. for I'aiil said: "There, 
ri'innlnelh therefore a rest lo IhO; 
peo|)le of find." • I 

She leaves three sons ami sevej-al ' 
grandchildren and a host of friends: 
1(1 mourn over lln< I;>hs of her. Wo 
would say lo Ihe relal.i\es, "Woep 
not ns llmsi! who have no hope; »h(j' 
i« nnl riead hill sleepelli," for C.hlixl i 



Mr. l)(.i: McWhorter, dmihtlestf Iho 
• dilosl" member of Ihe local I'reiby- 
ieriuii elmieh, died al his uonie 
near l-nirview Salurdny mid/ wq\ 
Jiiiriod ol Kairview com"Nlury/Sun- ^ 
<livy nflenioou. Mri McWIiVl/r waH 
jilioul KO years of ago and 1^1 lioeii. 
in feehlo neallh for ahoul two yuarsN 
ilo was a dcvolcd m«iui><^'"f l'"'l 
rre.shylerian church, hliiiiiNionored | 
liy the church with mliy pVilions 
of hiKli trusl. He was a l.ry.iyiBason, 
a coufedcrale soldier " ilu 
inoDiod cllizen of the covyty 

Fuileral services wor#\ielil Sun- 
-lay aflefiKMin. nflor w|ii«\ his re- 
mains \\eio laid lo rj:8l\ul NJ'rvicw 
wiUi Mueonc honors. 



YOUNC;— IIAIUU.S 

A wodiliiiK of much' iuU-resL lo 
Iheir many (riends was the marruiKc 
of Mr. Louis Yoiuvii.«nd Miss F.umce 
Irene Harris,', on M<ri\ Isl. Mrs. 
YouiiK '« I'k' VouniesL daughter of 
W. T. Harris \jf /lalletl and the 
Kroom Is a liusWiiiK young farmer 
and is the youuKcsl sou of Mr. and 
Mrs. I). U. YouiiK of Calletir^'rhcir 
many friends wish ihem a lonK ""'<' 
haiipy life..'1'licrc was a large crowd 
presvnl U. witness ^he Cfr^liOliy 
which was performed i)y Knc\. A. H. 
Cooper. 'Ihe young couple are mak- 
ing their home with Mr. and Mrs. 
I Young. 

4. Y *'T. CAUMKL + 

J ncle IXM- McWhorler passed a- 
wav lasi Satur.lay afternoon. M-- 
had l.eet' in feeble health for s"im- 
lime. w'l.'ii Uncle fh.c was :il>h- I" 
Iravel ur.iiiid you would see Imn 
sery otl -n driving hm IHlle Kiev 
pony u|(' and down Ilo- load, and 

when II i- childieii saw I »■> 

would s'arl Ii. me.-t h.m. H- "l^^'.vs 
had eai'ily .^H"ni<li"i.g lo K'vo 

thein Ihil .aii^kl'"- '"' ^'-r'"'" 

gel him' He hai' IV^^" ""-''"y """"'■'' 

hy llie,rliil<ll-ii SUM.- h- h:.- I"'" 

■ (lisahle.i.lo has.l aionml. H'' «•'" 

„ rhrisllnii man and a .pl-ndMl cili- 

n.^ 1 sol.'- "'• •■•;•' '.' 

u,.t Ihe cl.lldiv,, iHK.-lli.T and lell 
Ihem all about Ihe war and whal he 
had to go Ihrough Will.. We kii.m 
that Dil^le I""- '" "L '''"^ . . .. 



l.c.i.. 1,. S.ll 
(ieorgia. Walker Iaiu' ty. 

(Jlllce ol Ordinal y. I'o wlioni il 
may concern: All persons are here- 
by iiotilii:>l that J. A. Waidlaw. Kxe- 
culor of the eslale of .las l'.. Ward- 
law, lale of WalkeV coiiiil\. ilere.i.s-, 
ed, has lih-d his applicalioii for leave 
to sell certain pi'isonal pii'i"-! 1 y. 
Iconsiahm: of null and bank slock., 
jthe saiiii- being corporal ions sUick 
'belongini; lo llie estal.- of .lames t"..; 
IWardlaw. and llial sold applicalion ' 
will be heard before me at the May 
', term next of the Court of tlnlinary. 
Witness inv ofllcial signaluri- this :?,' 
day of April. l'.»l'. 

W. L. srANSKl,!., Oidmary. . 



Y MA 



•h / "fc- 

lAHTINDAI-E + 

•{' 

■Mr. Ity.'i- has been ipiile sick the 
past week. 

.Murried Hiimlay, .lolin UMrner and 
Miss Mane ■lljojiiiJy. '\\ ^'. Shields 
and Miss K.unice h\|1 of/tins (dace, 
.loi- Hays of Tr ion \ainl' Miss Mary 
I.iltlejolm of lliis pliiceyAlfred firay 
of near dulld and MUJMBiy Hill of 
Welcome Hill. Wc clund to all our 
best wishes for their'fuluro linppl- 
nnra.-" 



^ Yriir'.s Support j 

Georgia, Walker County. 

To whom il may concern; Mrs.' 
Mollie Ilober.soii, widow of W. M., 
llober.so.i, lale of said county, ile- 1 
ceased, has applied lo the under- ^ 
signed for a year's supporl for her- 
self and one minor child from llie 
(Slate of .said decea.sed. .Notice is 
hereby given llial I will iiass on said 
a|. plication al my olUce in l.al-'ay- 
eltc, .said coimly. on the hist Monday 
in .May. mxl. (iiveii under my band 
and olllcial signaluic Tins April •,'. 
I«17. W. I.. SI'ANSKI.I.. (trdinary 

Vdiiiinislralor's .Sale 
^Morgia. Wi.lker Coiinly. 

Hy \ nliii!. of an 01 .er rrnin Ihe 
Alrdiiiar\'- l-oiirl. of saol coutily. 
will be ■•obi before llie .-ourl house 
<loor in Ihe lowii of l.:il-ayeiie. said 
stale and i(iinly. i<ii Ihe liisl Tiies- 
5|av ill .Ma\ii iicxi. lb- fiillowmi: de- 
scribed pro'ieil'. to-wil: l.ol.- of 
l.iiid Nos. liTi. i:<:, \:>\ an.' 17J. all in 

lbi> l-.'lli (Ii JlricI and 'd b sedi 'f. 

vaid W.ilkel! Couiilv. i;a. To be sidd 
:.^ lb..- prop! riy „f \V. II. Ileiisoii. lale 
sil said ciuMy. deceased, for Hie 
piiipose of paviiiK delils and dislci- 
liiilion. Ti'-nis of sale. cash. This 
March il. 1!M7. 

MltS, W II. IIK.NSON Adiiirx. 

W. a. IIK.NSO.N. Dec'd. 



28 



WAULKK OOCWTY MZMENQEE, APETL 20, 1917. 



kkHi: mm: imiim-U's 

The uk'tfl .luuKliln- of Mr. .iii.l 
Mi-s S. ll! I'liillilis 'I'l'J al ^'"-" '""'"• 
„f,|..-r i.'In-nU on U.u aflcrnoo.. <-f 
l^ccmbJ IJ, I'.'IU. iifUT :. -I""l 'II- 
,„:»n. Si't WH.', ..Miy M yriiV^ "f ='«'• 
and l.av.^H U..,.W. Imp f.UnT and. 

two i.i.P- MM—- i"-'>' "'"' '*"'"; 

iwl.., .ad'y x^..'«l-' -'l ""• '"''""^ 

I 'liairl.yll"' '"■'••*"''■• , , ,1 

lun-.'-l -•'-••^ "■•"• '■""""■'•'I 

,,v 11..S, ,N. S 1..W1.-. .a lln. (...u l.;r 

,.;...„.L.i'' ;in.) Ill'- l'M.:mi« w-ir lunl 

l„ ii-l iy liT M>i'->-. l-^il"'! '•""'«'" 

,,,.,. f,^,,lll. -"iix wa^ -SVill lli>- 
,,;,,..,, I,; <i|,.M f"i Ml-."' 

Ull.TM-< .■Ml- lallll-1 lu« ilrcinrd 
|,i-«l In ji'iuiAi' fiiiin our niidil onr 
„f-Mur h'ul-- riH'inl« in Un- --'n.l Kiail-v 
\V.- as liMi-hor and inipllH. hi:lio<>l 
,„;,l.., ,r .N.;w l'rn»l"-'-l "'I"'"! ''" 
|i,.|,l,y iM-rt-.-ti* i.ublirly to lln; l-oi- 
,„l., aiijl r.dativ.-H of KlUr Ma.- our 
ByniiiBlW in I'"'''" ix-i^'avrnicnl. 
\sliu:li m Qlii" our loMB. and would 
l,„,k (i|l Hiroiinh our l<-ar« an.l KPi-'f 
nn a U [uT.td Iml wlirr.' IIuoukIi 
(;.,d'8 |ljKl>l."^^4^'- Klan.:cr up n^ 
rv-ry ' Viil will m>.\i u raK divino. 

\Vc 'till clHitn liio Kracr and coni- 
forl nl.'w in IIiIh ruKKC'l way for w.- 
will r(fii(inl)<r a will only l.t; a liUh- 
wlulniM iM-al until wc (diall all !)<• 
„nr<-a lionif in lli<- nc;w nation wIiomc 
Capitd oiiil Covcrnnii-nl protect it« 
Inl.al.liunls from any dlHnppojnl- 
nionU, t.'ars or «or-n.w, wlicn: Vh) 
wc Hi'all Boc llic- tliil.Jrrn koi'O f" 
bcfon' m devilop.-<l Into tl.<^ <:oni- 
plot.) nianbood and woinanTibod of 
lis pirfccl clUicuBlilp. 

■ Sincerely, « 

Mrl. J. W. Sliumal© and I'upile. 



+ • / * 

4- V C11K.K.VUALG.\ + 

J. + 



'"* U»ve to 8«-II 

GeorKla, Walker Qounly. 

Ollke ul Ordinary. To wli.nn .L 
,„,y toncern: -Ml person* .re 1-crc- 

- -by notllU.d ll.Bl ;. A. Ward aw E,e- 

Mr. iMvd lll.^^u•k l,u\ /,., .I.-ssn- 'cutor of tta- cnUt* of J"; ^- ™^ 
Mo,k;u, W.T.. inarri,.! \/i Satuniay 'law. Into of ^^''^'^■''■,:";'" V.^ ctvc 

•' " ^^'cons.«Ung of mill »nd bank «txK;k^ 

Ui» Ka.nn being ccriHjrat.ons »tOck 
b.longinK U. Ibo Ml*le of James 0. 
NV.-.rdlaw. and thai «a.d application 
will 1..-. iK^ard before iw al the May 
l..rm neU of H'e Court of (;rd.nary. 
WIlnoM my omclul smnaturo tl.i» 2. 
day of April, lOH- 

W. L. a'lA.NHKl.l., OKluiary. 



AdinliiUlrutor'N Siilo 
GcDrgia, Walker County. 

Hy virlui! of an order from the 
court of Ordinary, of said county, 
will ho sold before tho cdurl" ha\i.io 
d(K)r, in the town of Larayeltc, nald 
stale and county^ within the IcKal 
liour.i of flftle. on Ibc llrsL TuemJay 
in May noxl, Itie follewinff dcflcribcil 
proi>crly lowit; Ten and one eights 
(10.8) acres of land' in the northchst 
corner of lot of land No. threo hun- 
<lrcd and fourteen (31-i) in tho 
twelfth (t2lh) district and fourth 
urclirin of Walk'cr Connty, Georgia : 
alBO fifteen. (JG) jjcres of lot ol lanil 
No. Ihrfo hundred, and fifteen (315) 
\n lli^ 80Utltca«l poj-jior.of '»aid -Ipt of 
land,- In the twelfth' (12lh) district 
and fourtli (llli) section of Walker 
County, Ooorpia; niflo Iwcnty-flvc 
and two tenths (25.2) acres of land 
In tho southwest corner of lot of 
land No. ono hundred and eighty 
(180), in tho seventh (7lh) district 
and fourth (ILh) section of Walker 
County, Georgia; also six and six 
tenths (0.0) acres of land in the, 
northwest corner of lot of land No. 



Yriw'K Hwpi»<"'' 

(Jrorgia. Walker (iounly. 

•l'„ whom it may coiireiii; .Mrs 
Molli.- ilob.MsOii. widow of W. M. 
■jlolKTMon, laU- of -^id cunly. dc- 
...ased. liH. aupli.-d to the u.'-l«^r- 
f.iKne<l for a yearn sui.porl for her- 

[cU nod minor child from H"; 

,„lnte ..f «a.d .Irceasr.l. Notice im 
l„rel,> «iv.-n thai 1 will paH» on «aid 

^,,,,|i.u at my oHlci- in I.al'ay- 

• u'. „„d.ou..l.v.onlhHh..slMonday 
,„ .M,.y n.xl. •iiven under my hand 
»n.l ou'ldal slKiialurc. 'Ihtfl April *, 
(017. W. L. KTAN9EIX, Ordinary. 



MRS. M. I- SIUKI.D8 

"In die passing of Mrs. M. I 
BhlolJs March 2\. al 6:30 In the af- 
lernefin. Ih^ neighUirhood lost one 
of Iti nionl dcvole<l chriatian women. 
Mti. Shields was before her mar- 
rlagi'Mlss M. I^ I>ay, daughter of 
LcpiUnd UmlUtt Day. Mrs. Shields 
Jolnl'd Ihe noptlsl church al Chol- 
IoorI while a young girl in her 
'UielB wboro she lived a devoted 
christian llfo until a few ycar» »g3. 
mifl united with lipr childroTTtXMt 
Cornel M. K. church, where she 
live 1 a devoted member until death. 
■M^ ck\<\ years ogri she was married 
lo 'Vllliam Shields. To this union 
wel o tK)rn eight children;- 2 girls and 
ihyn. In 1001 her husband died, 
leafing her lo care for »nd rear her 
ohl dren, and nobly did she dln- 
clii'rgc her duty lo her children. 
irclflng llicm all lo bn Industrious, 
ho loroblo clUicns of Uio county. Al- 



one hundred and cighly one (181 . Hrnmu i.-'r"-'- ■ ,,,, ,, i,, 

in the sevonlh (7lli) district ami la"d Nos. i:ir>| |ir,:i. U.A and b., all m 



Adnil' il.stnilor's Sale 
f;erirgl8. Wai;:er Counly. 

Uv virlue if an order from tin 
Oidlnary'i- cc^l.rl. of said counly. 
will be sold I'efore the court hous(. 
,loor in Ihe HKvn of I.nl--nveUe sa.d^ 
Male and cod My. on (he list 1 ue.- 
day in May, llexl, the foUowlim de- 
scribed i.roptrty. l..-wil: I-ols of 
Innd Nob. i:ir>' .iriM. U.. ..... - -. 

n,c I2lh dlsl'' Id and 4th see Imv of 

salil Walker Uounly, <'«•, 1" ■'<' '''\'} 
ns th. proper y of W. II. llenson. lale 

of said ccunl^. deceased. "^ Up 
purnoso of plyliiK deblfl "'" /'.".f,"^^ " 
mtlon. Tor is of sale. oa.h. Hits 



M. 



fourth (Uh) Hcclioii, of Walker 
Counly, (ieorgia, und uIho Iwo (.!■ 
acres of Ir.nd in the .southeast corner 
of said lot of land, of Walker Coun- 
ty. Georgia, making a lolal of (Ifly ^'"""h'A lOl' i 
nine and six lonllis (."iO.O) acres of ^J'ng "W. j |. HKNHON. Admrx.^ 

land. For fuller and belter descrip- ' V >. n. UEN80N.. Doc < 

lion see plat in Ordinary's dfllcci» ',' t_j t ? !• 

Walker counly, Georgia. To bo soldi -I-I-r J-H-H'-H-I"H~W~»~**''~V. 
as tho property of V. O. and I. E.! 'l* \ ^^ • -l • vri<l\ -1- 

Dickson. lalo of .said counly,. do- -I" ^ KlASlN<.n».>i ^ 

ceased, for the purpose of distribu- "f" (| , j^, , jj^t ]...r.T_i. 

lion.. Torms of sale. cash. This •H-M"I-I-I-.-»--r'7~'7" .'| •,|,,^. 

April 2nd, 1917. Il"- - ""!• ''';'FXi, M o h n 

W. E. DICKSON, admr. '■«. ^'-^^ ■^''', '^'Vf ,7 .''^tn 

; V. O. und I..E. DIOKfiON, Deo'd. ■ l""^'' -■-''• ""*''•"■'' ^"^".'^''"'' "'"."•".■. 



29 



WALSXB ' houirrr MEuaBNCER, AfML 27, 1917, 



JAMES.W. Kips PASSES.., 
;; AWAY IN CAIIFORRIA 

NetV8 of llio dcalli of Jamon W. 
kirkcs, formprlrculdmil of CnnMn- 
dra, Qit^ wplch occurred nl hi* liomo 
in Long Ilrnnch, Col., Ikui been re- 
ceived hcfT).' I)oc««eod wa» 87 year* 
of M^h and • Vnlcritn of thn Civil 
war. "Bofvlvinff him benldea hi* wife 
war.' Hurvlyliiijf hi* l>o(il(lcii his wiffl 
and many relaUve* ar« Iho foltowinfr 
children: Mrs. E. P. ^ MontgrTmcry, 
of Oklahoma; 6. D. Kl^kc^ of Mon- 
Lnna; 8. J. Kfrkns. of Arkansas; n«v. 
I* C. KlrkcN of Texas; Mrs. E. A. 
Van Waiter, of- ChallanooKa; l^rs. 
R. I), llorlon, of Misslssipp; Allica M. 
Klrkcs and t. F.' Kirkris' of Ijong 

Beach. 

■ I . 



Vrar's Supixirl 

Cooi't-'ia, Walker i;ouiily. 

I'o wluiiii It ni;iy roiii-iTii: M 

M, .,;..• it.y. . ■. ■ '• •.:.■:•• .•' v. 

ilolii'i'SDii, lalo «r ^aul t-iiuiily 






t/tr. (.AHMKL 
+ 



lloln'i-st>n, laic or saul cinmly, dc- \y^ .,■ ij(,.\viiiirtrr hhiI .mi«s im"-- , 

ri'a.'^i-il. lias applii'd lo the under- /''■ .'of ii,i^ (, luce wri! iiianied in | 

sis-Mu-d foi- a years siipporl for her- I, ,'.'„'"■,., („ „i i.n ..vU^ by I- V 
si'lf and one minor rliild fnuii tin' .' , i„^t -iiim.Ihv ^Mf*. Ju;- 



lain of .'iaid doccasrd. .Nolirp 
liiMvliy KivcMi llial I will pass nil ^iftid 
Jlipluati'.n at my nflli-i' in l.al-'ay- 
I'ttr, said coiiiily, on the lirsl Monday 
in May, next, (liven under my hand 
and olllrial signaliiro. Tlus April 2. 
li>l7. W. I,. STANSKI.I,, Ordinary. 



S/^//9/7 



ij. ('.ATLEIT -K 



Wli.Trl.T IH Ih- -laviKl.l- "f ^"•• »" 
M,„ .In.. Wliil.. of ll.l« Plure. and l- 
,.,„■ of ll.c l.eHl KirU of Ml. <.nrmol 
wl.il., Mr. M.-.Wl.orl.T i« " ""■' " ' 
Mr nndMr.. NV.C. M.\V>Ml;rnnl 
ha* Uught BLvnral w-l-'xd« l" "'« I 

co^nlvVlilA:^'-''!-^';" """" 
T»"i[s thTTmnThconyl" ' 

TT^TiTTommuTTily winniTrTCT « 
of lhe«c coupler much Joy QHd hap- 
piness through Hfo-8 ^""■•"•^''•p,,^^. 



Ailn>inlslriilor"s Hide 
C;i-f)i>'ia Wiilki-i- <'.imnly. 

Ilv viiliic of an cmii'i- funin llie n I have le .'ii reipn-Hled lo ai:iioiinec 
Onliiiari-i- emirl. of sanl '■..mily. .J,,pi n^^ ^,^f, ,;„n,| will iirear.li nt 

:uu'r';;;,n:i:s:;w;;'";;f'l::;,?;;^;;,',,^''::ri^i''- "»""-^ ^ •■" - ^'^ f-''- 

«lale al d roiinty. (.ii llie lirsl -lues- Juiidoy in May at II o cli.ek A. M. 
<Iay 111 May. nrvl. I In:, fnlluw mi; ili-- f.veryhody i.s loidlftlly iiiMled lo al- 
sei died iiuMiic'il- . lu-wil: l.nN of 'g,„i 

'" '■ '• '••'■•""' ''■-■ ''"'"■ '■ ■'•■ "1 '• " sad l.-arl II..* 



l.-inil .Nis. 
llie ll'tfi iliNtri. I 
•said WiilU''!- Com 



thu 



and nil 
I v. (ia 



of 



'iroperlv of W. II. Ili'iisijli.lale 
1 (•ennly. iIitciis-.I. r..i" llir 
purlins'" ■■f paviii;; iliMiU anil di.-ilri- 
Imlion •l.-riiiH of .salr. rash, ■rtus 
vMareli Ci. 1!H7. 

,\tli:-l. \V. II IIKNSdN Ailmrv 

\V 11. lli;\Sn\. li.-rM. 



Leave lo .Sell 
Ceoiv'ia. \\'alki-r (■.oiinly 

Ollief ol Unliiiary. In uli 
may eone.Mii; All pi-r-on-^ .ii.- 
^l,v innuii-.l llial .1." A. Waidlaw. 

jeiilor nf II lali- "I .la^. i 

ir.iw. lah- "f W .ilUer rouiil\. .U-r 
ji-.l. lias lil'd Ins apuliialion f.ir I 
' lo S( II e.-rlam |.i-isypal prop 
liiiusi-,liiiv; of null ninl hank 

'llii- sn 1 n-' enrporalions 

llii-loiiu-im: lo Mil- rslale of .la 



-...-lion of' " ''^ »'^">' 

Jo he snIilUv*' i-epnrl a de..lli. and II is wilh a 



lo-lr 

War.l- 
■as-l 
aM-! 

..riy.l 

|o,k. 
.l.oeK 
■•I C. 

.'i\V:iidlaw. and llial said appli.alion 

I will lie heard lirfore nii- al lln- May 

term iie.vl of I lie Court of Unlmary. 

Witness my ollleial sinnaliire this L', 

Iday of April. I'.H7, 

I W. 1.. SlANHKl.l., Oi.rmary. 



very sad heart inderd that wc report 
the denlh of Mrs. 'lorn Slephenaon, 
who ilied. last Thursday just . four 
'monlhs afler the death of her \f\ip- 
Iiand. Mr». Rl'^idieii.son was n'Kood 
|.(irl and fove.d hy all thai knew lior. 
'She leaves ft liilst of relatives and 
friiHiils i'o mourn her death. Kun- 
■.•ral servieert were conducted Friday 
• nniiinm al llie Melntyrp cemetery 
hy |li\. .lolni .loiics. ofler which her 
reiii:mis were lenilerly laid to rest 
hy 111"- side of her hliHliaiid. Wc ej 
lend oiir heartfelt Hympalhy lo Ihn 
'ii-reaved molher, .hrolhcrs and sis- 
Irrs. 



fciiiiiKiTiniK 
[or Ml. 
wrsekSj, 



j mother, 
Bcrviccs 
morniiiK "•- 



.j.I_H. -H-H-I- -I-r-H-l-l- 'H-l-l- 
J. '*" 

4- LINWOOI) H.CAI.S -I- 

•1* " '* 

.j_j-j. j-M-i-i-H-i- -i-:-:-:-i-> -i-i- 

Mrs Joe I.in.Jsny died ahout l.wo 
weeks aKO of consumplinn. after u 
lin^erinK illness. Her remains were 
carried to Catoosa wnmty for inter- 
ment; aUo Mrs. I.ula Dohoard died 
Friday nighl. at llic Iwrnc of licr 
Mrs. llolUrlftW. Funeral 
were rondvicto.1 Humloy 
ten (.'cloclv from Uie, 
1 residence by Ucv. A.T. Doivah.K, at- 
• Icr which her remains wore laid to. 
I rest in Uio I.aFaycUc cemetcnr. ; 
She leaves a liUlo son. Thomas 
Dcboord. wd^whom wc symnallyic 
I very much. I 

I riiouKh I h.ne tii.-en aliseni so 
short 11 liini- inuiiy ehaiifi-.s have 
liiken idaec. 'I'li-rr- Ii.im- lin-n sonio 
wi'diliilKs liliir\ionii' li'Mlli.s as uell. 
Miss /,ula illnuly was recently mar- 
ried to n Mr. .SiinmoiLS and Miss 
(ieorgia llaniplon was married lo 
Mr. Arthur Foindcr. To hoth cou- 
fdes wi! extend conKrntulntions :.iid 
good wishes. ' - 



30 



WAUCEE CUOTTTY MEMENQER. MAY 11,1917. 



•i-w-i ^-HyH-j-i-K-H-i-:-:-;-!- 

+ \ / -i- 

•{• V VILLA.NOW 4- 

+ 11 ' + 

Mr. 1-i'llim (.iKiilsoM aii.l Miss 
^liiila While • well' iiiarm-cl lust 
Suiidn; . I asswic yuiy/iliat I't'lloii in 
iiol a 'sliickcrX llu«y<:li. K\cTylio(Jy 
cimlilil t (.tL iikiii/nl iii linii> i>l 
iuaif.i ftiitl inns' Al/iis ciiii'l t:.-l inai- 
iicil a' all. \Vc \ji.sh •Mr. ami Mrs. 
Ciood.ii 11 w/ll. 



' Sill- |M■|.r.•^-.•ll fillll I. MM IIIK. 

|ji.mi'.l 111.- Mri;i.i.l--l .•Inn.l, iii ImT 
|^:irllin..il. sli,' 'iv,,! :i till.' i-lins- 

liillll llf'-. nil. Ilnu h:,,| iI |. I,, mv<< 
'll|> IIIoIIki. lull ImmI iloi-^ ..II lliint;:< 
fur llii- Ih'hI, mill II. -MT pill- 111. .If 
'on iiiiy mil- lli:iii In- iii:ik<'« iIi.mh nlil.' 
'Ill liiMi-. I. Ill \\li:il :i ;.-..mI .-..ii-i.lii- 
I hiili In kn.'W -li" 1^ llii.MiMli \Mlll llir 



1,\ MK.MOHV ] 

I Till' ill Mill ai)i!i-l xMilfil ■111:- li iinr 
.Tiii-siliiy moriiiiiK. April H-. Ii'17. iiiul | 
jclalmi'il'ilir di-ar iiK.llifr. Vis. Kli?.-' 
jalu'lli Jon-!.-'. H'M- 'l-'iilli u.i- iliii' I" 
ilii-arl lii'iililf. 

I sill' \VBi -burn :il H'"'" >prMij;-t. 
'lia.. \Vall%iT (luiiily. ..II .l:iii. 10. '.Ht'.l. 
'iiiiil lisril llu-rc uiiiil >li. w'- in<r- 
ni'il I.' Mr. li'liM .loii.'s. ol I .al ii> i-lh'. 
i;;i.. ..II I I'll. r'. IKT'i. ail. I livil al 
I 1 :il .iM'lli-. lia.. iiiilil 111'- 'l.-alli of 
[.nil f.illi.-r. Aiij;!)-! -'.'. I'^"'-'- ^1"' 
Iwa- l.-fl :i wiildW wiHi --vi-ii lillli- 
l.-lulilr.ii an. I 111 Ilvi- \\.-.-k- III'- >;.mh1 
ll.nr.l -.111 lu.s niiKi-ls iiiiii l"»'l« 111'' 
jilarliiiu- l.al.y. s.i ili-ar iimlli'-r mo\f.l 
ti. I ri..ii. ' ..I., ill IH'.Hl. ami lu i-il llii-ir 
ir. y.-ai- .-s|..- w..rk.-il ami l.'ili'il ami 

i.ii-r.l -i\ .liii'li.-n I.I 1 1'-ii ami 

u. .111. 11. 111. 11 <li.- iii.i\<-.l l.i Aliibil-, 
ma ('.ilv. \la . in I'.i'N'. ami UmmI 
llii-ii- iinhl li.-i il.-aili S|..- Was a 
failliful iiii.lliii-. I. -11.1.1 an. I nroc- | 

linnal.- ami a ^ I ii.-i>.-lil..ir. Slu! 

xya.-* l.iM-.l by all ulm l^ll.■\^ In-r. I 



■< lil.- 
III- I. 
il III 



li'iiiilili-- ..r III 

llinllirr lia-< k' 

bill I lliaiiK 11. 

r.lin-l lia-< t;i\.- ii-< ii 
f n Iiiiu- ..111- .l.-.ii 

llial. bi-aiiliriil liiiiii 

Rkif"*. |)i-ar imillu'r 
■I'l. »r<-siiriiii«-"' cif 
ivi-li, Willi Ib'.s.- -"V 



I I. all/I- ni\ 

Ii.-v.r i.-liiin. 

li.' lliiiiiiv:li 

u.-l-l pi.Ml.-.-.- 

1..M-.I ..ll.'-l 111 

li.-V'iiil lb<> 
>;a\i- IH (In- 
I iiiiiiisiiiii III 

1-1-1 Mllllll-H up- 



(III 1*111- farr wliib- pii:4.'<iiij: . away. 

I) • imilb'-r IX Ilir ili-aii-sl. fnriiil 

I'll i-arlli. \\i- iiii»7i li'-r in lumli 
lli-r Vliiiir i.-< XH'-aiil. li'-r pliii'i' at lbi-| 
labb- is MU-aiil. ami iiiniiiiil mir 
lli-i-siili- an- so l(im-ly willioul iiiolli-' 
cr. 'riii-ii- i-( iiii iim- nil farlli wlio' 
,-aii liiki- llio plai-i- iif imillirr.' 
ily 1)111- wild (-an lal.i- 



ll-nlM IS II 
hill- place. 
Miill:-!- 
briKlll rtill 
to visit Illl 



v 

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W 
ilea 
will 
a w 
Uiu 
lo^ 
Ilia 
lifu 
Qui 
Al\i 
citi 
baij 
vol 

COli 

atli 
da} 
llifi 
do I 
(HI! 

Ilia 

Hyr*. 
I'ei 



;H- -I-I-i-H- -I-l-I-H-:- 'l-i-l-i- 

,1- wi-rr j.irry In learn of Ibe 
.Il of I'm- 1'- 'I'lieron r.iowiler, 
til ot-eurred last I'liuisilay a. m.. 
\ck aifW. AllliouKb he bad lived lo 
niM! old Bi<o of W yenr.s. ,il i.i .-uid 
ealue bo ba.s pa-sscd away ami 
. wo will 8Pi! bun no iiion" iii tbia 

W<! have lieen personally ac- : 
lilted Willi limi for over i'.2 years. i 
nyu found him Ibe same good 
Ion. oliliKiiig neiRhbor, Kiiod bvfij- i 
cl and faUior, and earnest, dc- 
id cbrialian Rentlcnian. .\ larxo 
tourso of rclalivci! and frieii.Is 
ndiHj hi.s funeral nl 'rrinily l-'ri- 
at II o'clock, fnllowinK his dcalli 

previous 'iioriilnK. ,'J'lie large 
ul collection very forcibly dem- 
Iraled lliu love and esteem of his 
ly relatives and fricud.i. We 
lpalbi7.o with llioso bereaved, 
ce lo bia aslics. 



Iwiiyx liinUi-d 'in llii- 
nf life. >S||,. wiis'k""'' 
ni.-k ami wan iilway.i 
.lolly. When lii-r iii-iKbbnrH 'werf 
blue or bntlii-ieil wmibl eniiie lo In-l' 
for fomf'-rL. ."^Iie was ii IiIcshIuk I" 
lier commuiiily. 

She leaves fmlr .LlimbterH, MIUBO* 
n;irii. I.Viilie'an-l^ Minnie Jnneii, and 
\li-H. '.Vdilie Viri'.-Moti. and Iwo sijnB, 
II. II. ,Ioiies. (if llijim-, <la., anil A" .1. 
(obe.T of Aliiliaiiin Cily, Ala., and n\\' 
brothers, .llm lloKern, of llnsHVlUo, 
Jr.. .1. U. llopei-s, nf f;iinllniiooKn, 
li-nn., O. <i. l'"-!eis "f KasI Lalie, 
Tenii.. and Andy IliiKrn-, of HtU'li 
SiiriuKB, Cia., and I3vi« and ,»i.i-oriyi 
UoKer«, (>f Hall. is, 'I'e.xas, uiid foii;' 
,r« renipin Dunn. A^'s. 
Mfillii! fflepheiHon and .Miss .Mnttic 
IloRcrn, "f nock HpHnK", Oa, Mrs; 
Alicd Foster, of Knst I,nkc, . Tnnn.,, 
and a hosl nf relativ.-s and frloiids lo 
mourn lier los^. Iliil our ,l<i«» it 



LITTLE. WSS.MARGARlBT '■ 
ANDREWS DIED HONDA! 



Friends of Iha farnilyof Mr, Ami 
Jtrs. Onrnclt Aii<lrow« thronged IIk; 
rdftiiicnce yesterday .. afternoon at- 
iiibdlng llio fiinbral sc'rvico over the 
liijdy of "Miss J^toR" the lilllc Icn- 
yenr-old girl 'Wlio died early Mon- 
iia(y morning. Tn one, of llio recep- 
tion rooms' thaV was lllwnlly filled 
with flowers jWhcro the ca«kct had 
lidcn placed, ani^llio fair head of the I 
(leadcxpoocd. The littlo onels face 
■..scahcd cV(ia''tb« touch of theflrol 
llialMiad charred the Lendi;r body.j 
iind'dcspllo the -lliree wrtks of hor 
.'icut« invalidism the comalincsa ofi 
llio-.^righl young fHcc wos Ainlm- 
liafc^dz-Sho »t6mc<^u» if-«n the In- 
iiocflOl sleep of precious childhood, 
liei^iiouclv • hvKzr of frajranl and 
Loftl^Iful flower*,- Linen- bf- former 
rompioloras, lllllo gi^rls'v'and l>oii^| 
Iholrj'j^aitgi' 'fresh face* signalfrig 
thf^lfcf of,lh(Jlr hearta.'Vl^^ ill* 
liioraorUho JMl view of Ihelr mate | 
whQrhwIvbccii called to. Ihe hl^er ' 
Sunvhioa'Di^ by tbo.;Maaler of all 

' Reci^-jClark, -Qf 8t^?aor«,-V*nd 
raUjeR^Ol}crt»on, otfiiriii c\\w't% 
orac1tl(»d,.'aIU!rn^llnA.In'thi'^ln« 
ni., |titJ,.tolein<» .Epi»«>0•^^*#n^Ylce; 
Mi^Afyof'-wid Mii«^'nyl(Jt^,=^l»atiir 

On> Idw^rtn Forrft^nin/tlhplHxly 
^vaalald Id real, llr€'ci»'i3tot lojvnjred 
inl9l% .JIojWJT'Ud^ "grikv* >*^ ^r 

iKiloV(M dead ioid /Or.;j*ll;' U^W^. 
sMiltf bflre»vcd^-CiilalMm(Jjwa3inif»ei< 
Frini<J*T|cro W Mf.Jtoa Mr«! OajjCkL 
nellJiidrcwi'ayinpalhUo with Ihca^, 
in lb© Io«» or Ibdr llW^danghlor/'^ 



IN LOVING MCMOnV 



Adnilnlslralor's Sale 



,bn the evening of April 24. lOITGcorgla, Walker County. i 

i't> sad angel of death enterpd the Tursuanl to Iho 0">;=';»f ih<5 court 
hlUo of Mrs. M. M. Church ^nd of Ordinajy granted al the May lerrri 
A Ued as Its own. her granddaugh- «0>7. U.orcof. I, J.A. W*rdl»w. ^ cx- 
rjK Iho Bt,nllo spirit of Ola Mao.cculor of J.-C. Wardlaw. deceased,^ 
b'fanklirt. 



,0n Bci^C 5, 1807 she Just oponctl | 

[r eyes- to the light "of this world. 

li ho was 19 years old. fihc was a vic- 

im'bf thai dreadfuldlsoas*, pnou- 

i MiW fever. 8ho w«« sick" only -15 

jkyK'but thrrc Is-onljf /one .'wiwi 

j tiJ)Wlr"what. »no »urr6fed;. she bftri 

I jcp pala with A smile. -•-.'. "^ 

] I pla '*ftm such *-fcoo4^ idrt, alvhiTi 

j M'lO'lhiiM'ibbl'.l' htt'.-'Tbtrf to 

Ilnow her waa to loVffJver. - • 

I She loavea a^lietri-MSaketi gTftnd- 

U<ilher;lwo-8U(ter«,'bd«fbr<Hf»ef aiiid 

k . host of reUtfVta •»A<^ frl«wtt" r t4 

[iMurfi her 4«H' W ot)r fcxrtj U'Mf 

kUnml Ka)a:OK.'b«'wa*d-«p4.1oDet7 

^e are wiUxpl-'beK'''- '. •' '•' •••'■^'.'^ 

J<o*^^16\'ftd*onoi atlil' U»ere'^H'*i»fc»«; 
rqf 'Ihcrfl W no' Oil \q trt>bl M "Witt 
ranilK bol 'she' fiaa^OiM 'tc( Ih^l 
h^venly homt^and" U inatiii« lo 
\ TTcel \i8 Ibere: Bo trt%*i(^,iollyft 
nearer to Ood andilir lo meet'ideaf 
QU t>e7ond Iho pearly walars.-^.-' 
^1 ISO and'pnipare a plao« fcrf jrou, 
and If Iprcparo a place. ft>r TOO Til 
icomo ba#k and-.reotlyfyoa.* Let lis 
\rj to c6n961ft,ourB«ilvc8 and.knoW 
iMal Ola is al rc«U We ougtil ItfJt^ 
jolce Ibal her autfciin^ la eneded. 

Tbe funeral eorvlfea ^irorB' cwiv- 
ducled by Bev. W. C. Tallent, afl(?r 
i Vblch her form waa laid! to rck iXK 
(chtckamauBa cemetery. - 
.V ^recloua one lo us has gon^, ' ' . ' 
iAS'oIc* wo loved ta sUll,. . \| 

A place Is \-acanl. inour'homo.^ 
" Whkl) never. 6aa be filled. ' ." . 
Sleep on, dear 6|a, and take Utjr.rest, 
(Jod. •called Ihcc bom«\'. He^kborrclb 

■lj.^i^WriUei^Jnr-«i»r»« *h».^ared her. 

i-f)-'-^- ■.:- ...-r^-..;:,A?>..KM....-..i../ 



J. A. WAUDLAW. Executor. 



. Letters of DUmlsslon ■ 

Georgia Walker County.' ' • ■ 

Miss Annl6 <«-hurman. admlnlBtra-. 
tflx of D. F. Tluirman, lalo of s&id 
county, deceased' has applied to Iho 
undcrslpncd for loiters of dismission 
from said adminrslralrixBhlp. ho- 
ticc is hereby given lo all concerned 
UiaJ, I .will. pass i)a. said- applicaUoa 
nt my onico In LaFnyette, said coun- 
ty on the nrsl Monday in June. next, 
given under my hand and olTlcial 
Blgnalurc, this May 7. 1917. 
MX W. L. STKH&ELU Ordinary. 



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COtlMH' MOilBNS 
f.-DttTHflFT.iEDGt 



PROCFU:S«VE ilND PKOMI.\Er<T 
CrTTlES 0F5<Al.KKn COUN 
TiDIED IN HOSPITAL 
SUNDAY F;VE.NL\G f 



/ 



Sunday fvi-iiiiiK »t 7:1.^ the spif'L 
of T. J. KdKf. I'^mMkI iiH« llic ifalms 
beyond, and .NaoAi -<^<iinniunily as 
well OS Wnlkcr cWnly lost on.: of 
ilH well-knowi(»wcll-Iovcd and pro- 
gri-ssivc cllizens.fSs,^^ 

At llio tune jf Kis ncatli Mr. Kd^f 
was 0- years of ago. He liad been 
ill only a few -.veek.t, wlien lie was 
taken lo Iho West-KUia li08i)iLal in 
Chaltunoofftt for an oiicrnlion, wlien- 
In; xemained eiKlil Jays when llie 
end eaine. 

Ml-. KdKe wat a protninent citizen 
of llie eiiunty. IioUIimk many placeo 
of re.Hiionsibililv and trust, and al- 
ways diseliarKi'd Ins duties with j 
eoinrnendable fjillifnlneas. In llis 
roiiununily he was reeoKiii/.ed aj a 
leader, lie was one df the founders 
of Ihr Ilaplisl clnireh ul Naorni, was 
n deaeon in tli.^ church at the tiino 
of his death, and was a regular at- 
Icndanl upon ILc, services. Ilcworked 
for bettor schools and higher Ideals 
In his ilislricl and made his eoiUri- 
bulion to the progn-.ss of his county. 
Ilo was an odd fellow and a inein- 
ber of the Masonic fraternity and 
was buried with full 'Masonic lien- 
ors. 

Funeral services were held Tues- 
Mny nflcrnoon a. 2 o'clock ul Naomi 
IJaplisl church, conducted by Hov. 
J. M. Coley and Hcv. I. S. LoonanC' 
After the seniccs al the church liis 
remains were laken in char^o by. 
Western I^odKO No. 91, F. A. A. M., of 
which he was a faithful niembcr,anil 
laid lo rest in the cemetery on Iho 
hill near tlio church. 

Surviving him arc his wife, and 
l*-o B6ns, John and Tom, two broth- 
ers, K. A. and Jasper Kdge, of Tcxlis, 
and two fislers, Mrs. Mary Henry, 
of I\ossvllle, and Mis. Nannie Mar- 
tin, of Lindale. 

The tremendously largo concourse 
of people from Naomi, I>aFayelle 
and many other sections In iho coun- 
ty, w well 88 the bcautifurtlijre.l .if- 
ferlngs, allentod to the esteem and 
popularity of Mr. Edgo in Walker 
co-unly. ' ;, ' 

Ills family and reiallvos havo Ui«l 
sliicero sympathy of a host of f rlcndd 
In Iho county. 



'"UNCLE" JOHN CONLEY 
ANSWERS LAST -CALL 



AT nii: iiirK old AtiK of 90^ 

A\A.S LOVLU FOll HIS HUWD 
llO.NKSrV AND (.IIAIUTAULL 

Di;i:ns— KiiNLiiAL si;uvi- 

CKS FltlDAY 



W. S. WILUAMS PASSED 
AWAY TUESDiiY MOBNING 



'jiiy Hock Spring Cori/spondenl) 
Mr. John Conley, o/c of Walker's 
oUlcsl and most nyi>ected citlrcns, 
died al his home/ioro lasl Thur.s- 
day. Mr. amlcv'was W) ycais old 
snd lived lii i\\6 er.uie house for 8<) 
years,' haviifc/noved hero wilh his 
paronU from North Carolina when 
tho Indians were »tiU in this coun- 
try. yV 

Vfkia John was knowp throvi^vh- 
oul Iho counly as a maiV of rigid 
honesty, charitable deeds and ono wlio 
loved truth for Irutli'a sake. His 
word waa hl» bond and ho was over 
ready to help the unforlunato. Ho 
;exemplino(J the noble jdeala of hia 
day and generation. 
I ,J. F. and Jiison Conloy wore the 
only children of Mr. and Mrs. John 
"Conley who moved to Walker coun- 
ty when Iho Indians had their habi- 
tation liicro. Indian mounds aro 
elill on the Conley farm. 

J. F. Conley'viras a tiller of the soil 
and had followed the occupation of a 
farmer ilnco his youth. 

Ill- is survived by his wife, ono son. 
AV; It. Conley; Ihrco nephews, J. n. 
Conl.'y, of Hock Borings'; Rufus W. 
antl N. C.*Cx)nloy, of TexttB,^and live 
nieces, Mrs. L. T. Walker, of Mary- 
ville; Mrs. Nannfe Conley, Mrsj J^i^^k 
Jones, Mrs. James. L Arp and M"-' 
Minnie Slovall, all -Of Chattanooga, 
lie is also survived -by two grand- 
sons, Tom and William Cofilcy, Jr, 
and four granddaughters, Dyra^'Al- 
run, Hazel and Ruth Conley. ' . 

I'uneral services wore held at-Itock 
Spring church Saturday al 11 «. m^ 
iDiiducledVby Ilcvs. Partridge and 
liartow MoVarland. Tho largo oofa- 
roiirsc of people from oil »«otlon€ of 
ilii! country as wcH as tho beautiful 
lloial olTcrings,' altcstedl to the cs-, 
l.em and iwimlarlly of Mr. Conley. 



W. a W'llllaaiN of *Oth..SL, 11085- 
villo, passed away Tuesday morning 
of May 22nd. at, ^ho Highland Sani- 
tarium, lie' leaves a wife and thrco 
H'inS,-.find three daughters. Ills rc- 
Miahps-T^inpro^- brought to, LaFayctto 
arjd aflflr';funoral- services condilct- 
'il byiRcv, r^B. Leonard, ho was laid 
lo rcsljji Lai'ayctlo ccmetorjr;- . 

■■»H\}"' V-' ■ '■- ' • •■'•■■■ ' ■ 

> r Letter* of Dlsltilsslon •" 

Georgia;- ;\Valkor>Coinity. • ^ 

' Miss ^AnnlO'sliiunnan,' cxeculnxr 
of D^ 'f.iThOfnian, lalo of saiij 
county, deceased'. has fipplicd to iho 
undcr8igT:5cd.'foif;lelt<5rs of dismi-i.'iion 
from . sald'PtxdCutHxship. No-J 
ticcis hcrcby.givchto'^Bll "concerned^ 
tha^ I will pass"<]fit''*ald-applicatioo 
at my ofllce lriLAFa^<ll6,-»ald coun-' 
ty on the first Mjmlay'iihJune, mxt.; 
given undCT iii/\)i«Dil ''itid, o/lli.ia[ 
sigraluro, lhi5l'lay-7|'1917.^"' •• <.j 
Ur ■■'■ K W: L. STANSRLVOrdinary, 

, •■. ■■■■■■'■ •:-■■■•■: •K-ii7.v<ii'.. , 




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.^^ j,if! Lii»n,<»rt iibjkrciii^^, 





MeS. J. H. BAKER DIED 
SUDDENLY FRIDAY 



AFTEH BRIEF ILLNESS OF "nVO 
DAYS-WAS .IWWWin AMjJNC^y 
A AVIDE CIRCLE OF nUENt)0 ^i. 



.■^■^•.i\ 



Mr«. i\ H. Dakor d)ed al her home 
iri.Wpiit faFayollo Friday mopjtig 
at t/o'clo^k, after > bMof Illness of 
Iwo days. 8I10 waA •pparonlly 'in 
good healtli until Wodnosday morn- 
ing when nho bocaqiQ suddenly ill 
andfrom (ho.vcrybogdining of her 
illness no hopoaiwero onlcrlalnod 
for her recovery. ■., 
• Since early ohlldhftod she wa«> « 
devoted member^ of the iJaptUl 
church. Joining, tiial denomination 
when only • fourtocfi • years of- ago. 
Slio VoB a splfcnaid christian woman 
and ioVetl by ;tho80 who khcw her, 
Sho)ia8 a wide circle of relatives 
aticjfrlonds -Who mourn h(^p •death. 

Funeral ^B^rvlcea wcro hold -Sal- 
urU«y*,'thbrtlng at 10 o'clock'from 
IhoJpaftlsl church, ncv. I. 8.VLcoi^^ 
ard-'-iondOcting Iho service, Bssislcd 
by,ItoT.; u. F. Gulllrt. A large con- 
coul^ijiof friends attested to her 
popyfarlty. . Uer rcmalna-wera laid 
lot*«t In Ih'oLaFayctto cemetery.- 

iiiifvlving hcris htr hushfind, four 
siaterir, Mrs.'^; L; Baker, J<r»..^ n. 
Fielding,':' M r»:^P. C. Dunn and WrS^ 
Ifafiry ■ Burnett; and Ihrce iirotncr*; 
W;^j,""AtJdr(5w «nd Lc« Cordell,-,';''V 

LAWnENCF^\VII.SON 

A wedding nf mOcli interest lo 
Ihoir mnny fficiiils wii^hat of MiBS 
M^Ttlc V/ijijuii IcJNK^ Arthur I.aw- 
ronco, whicli occirTcd Sunday af.lor- 
noon.^unc .3, at the hornn of tlin 
lirldoAlev. J. r.. ncevrs of Trion of- 
illciati'd, a.'s.ii.sli^d by Itcv. O-lioinc. 
Tlic rfif)m was lir-aullfiilly (Irroralcii 
In pnlnis and while (Iiiwcts. 'I'iio al- 
Icndniils were Miss OIlio Wilson and 
Mr. iiorlxTl Andrews, cousins of tlio 
t)iidi; and Kroom. 

'I'lin liri'li.' ic IIh- oldcsl-dauKhtor of 
Mr. and Mi-. 11. (>. Wij/in an<i is one 
(if W'alkrr i:iiniit>"yin()Bt beautiful 
yiiuiit.' laclifs, wlirt/Mr. Lawrence is 
» .son <if|Mr. Hiidi.Mr^. IX W. haw-- 
rcnci! of Wnlcrvillr.y.ind is wididy 
'known Hin)ii;.'li()iit' Ill's section, and 
lis n pioniisiiiK ynunK niun. 'riit-y will I 
ri'.siilc near Walorvillo where' Mr. 
Lawrence is engaged in farming. 



vils I 



illiam Hcndri^<^ who's Illness 
w! Is mentloru^d l»<l week, died Mon- 
day In Iyf,nox\j<illowing an operation 
fdf appcfidicitis, a week and more! 
0ikvlou8.^Tho Interment waa Wed- 
njkday KAlho Adel cemetery. Mr. 
Hilndrix while a native of Chattooga, 
rilld Jjeon a citizen of Walker fof 
0^ br twenty- years, and ' hia death 
Wll bo regretted liy a '"Jrgo circle 
;<y friends. > 

* v/ '^ 

^« V l^AOAU .\, 

•!« 4- 

I IJorn on .lUntVj^i lo .Mr. mid Mr; 
Ideorge ("loode, a line boy, ■ 

We feci in the death of Esa; fr. J 
Edge that we have not only tost 



FEITAY, JUNE 16, 1917. 



W, A, WEAVER ENTERS. 
VALLEY OF DEATH 



A.\OTlli;u UUAVi: bOI.DlKIl OF 

soutiiehn co.nfkdkhacy 
ansu'eiis last holl ' 
call— maw rkla- 
1 ivics sunwvi; iiiM 



Fiiiicriil 
^. A. 



iTiil services over tliu liody of 
_^ _ , \\euvor. u(Vd>r«;oiir,!dfrate 

good friend and neighbor, but one of ,n' '/'"v, "'l'^.,^''-"'' 7^;^;" '^'^'^cn of 
f. . r 1 # ,,, ""'Ik N uiiiKs uiid \Vn kcr County 

the most useful men of our ae.tllc- l^vl,,. ,|„m1 'lue.s.lay evcniiiK ul lliv 



menl, for hb had a rock- bottom' ludiir, wi-ic ln-lil 
when it came to business. IIo was j-"'!"'"*^'' ilmrdi 

. ^>__, iiiiiriiiiin. Itev. T 

J 

IiiiiiKS 



from thii Hook 

at 10 'I'hursdny 

II. Ilaidiu offl- 

IiiliTiiieiil fdllowi.Ml III Hock 

•iiicliTy. Members of the 



MiLsiPi.i,' rialeniity. cif whicli deccos- 
Mrs. L'!...^^?.!!'. .■'.'!"'.',"'"■'■• '""' '^'""■pe of the 



Year's Support 

Georgia, Walker County. 

To whom It may concern: rain, am-yicus ul ibe K-rave. 
D..A. Crowdcr, widowof T. Crowd- Surviving .Mr. W.-aCor arnlilswife 
er.latd of said county, deceased, has live sdmm, c. d.. \v. .1. nnd Frank 
applied to the undef signed for « Weaver" ..r'M.r'r';, .^'.;r'"'^''- /-, 8. 
ye*V« support for herself from the "^^^ <;ff '\^:^l^^ '.-- -d^'- 1. . 
esUtc of said deceased. ■,NotIco is daiiKlileiM. Mrs. I.elia Cliap'inan and 
hereby given that' I will paSKon said Wis. «u.sie I'llers. rff UiiiKKold, Ga.; 
aODlicalion at my ofncc Jn'tal^y- r,'"'' "''•■<■''"•, Williams. Mrs. AnnIo 
rl'Said county, L the nrst>onday '^^^,:::^::^^, ^^i-. 'j-^i- of 
in July. next. Given under my hand ii,;|,i^ „f y_^^^ i_.,,.j. 
and' ofllcial signaXure.'"Xbf»"'Juhd 4, For four long years Mr. Weaver 
1917 ■• W. L. STXNSELUnOrdinao'- r'''''''"'','"" f""''try in li.e war be- 

. ■:'■ . ■ ' Iwi-en llie stales as a nieinber of 

— ~- (.oiiipaiiy K. Thirly-iiliiUi Georgia 

(-oiifederale rcKiiuonl, and acquitted 
liUii.self as a true soldier of the Sou- 
thern Confederacy. 

He was well-known as a promi.. 
ncnt citizen of llie county, and hl»', 
manv /'riends in llio county mourn- 
today. 

The large concourse at his funeral 
as well as the Beautiful (loral orfor^ 
Ings attested to tlio esteem in which 
ho ,W8| held. , 



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lI/sIi 



7vr 



•5- " ' "^ 

.J. I.INWOOL) LOCALii •!• 

A' llii(> Ron was 1 
Mrs. IIiikIi llamr>f)n Wrdiii'sday 
Frank lluiniilon y^o Rrnmlfa 
Iho lilLlc (inc lovi's lliP baby verj 
invir.li, <iut hnlfs for llio pirls Ir 
know ho ia old enough to bo callci. 
prandpa. 

V. A. CLiI Ik Dii:n 

, 1 SUM>AY M<mM.\(; 

Mr. Vi!lc^,A. ("lino, brc A5 yciirrt, 
died lit hi I honi' liorr Sundav inorn- 
IngM lOl 'cloclL, nflcr » brief illncsH 
Kuncr*! I hr\i>-f.s conducted by lU-v 
Uartow j JcKnrlnnd worn hold in 
llork ^^p^ hg church, aflcr whirl) tlic 
rcinoins Jrori' laid to rrsl with Odd 
Kcllowa Konon*. Ono of Iho lacKost 
crowds •«^ luwe fceii at IXockSpriiis 
in aomciljiir woro prcrnl tb pny 
their la^l-^J.MMH't to their b<ilove. 
brother j>id nemlibor. Ho Is aurvi- 
vrxl by lis wife, six children, hfs 
mother, 'our brothers and two sis- 
ters. I [ 

Mr». VMII niirch «plj chtldrca of 
East L.Tkispeul the first oT this week 
with hei' pnr°nl«. Mr. and Mi-i. \Vm. 
McCliirft', . \ 

Miss \ Jessie K'rrr, of Menlo, was 
the ittr! cltvo week-end • guosl V)f 
Miss Claldlo Wood. 

Wo ai'.k sorry to hear of so 'much 
sickness .ir^ our x-ommunlly. Amoii» 
those sll-k nre Mr. Ja< MrClum, 
Mrs. W. 'r. Carwile and Mrs. Pless. 

Mrs. J I A. Grahan^ has l>eon In 
Clialtani ioirn 
Her son 
place. 
,r.. 8EVE>fANDSIX 



C B. CHAPMAN niFm . » -a 

MO.NDAY AT THE IICTHE ' PAnKKH-HAnUIS ' '^iCi 

i. or MIS DALGHTER — .^ ,; >'W^ 

Charles B. Chapman, who died at a nulct home wcdding^f .Ju'ne'f^i.'i 

1(1 Mr. nn<| '.he homo of his daughter, Mrs. W. L. was that of Mlis Marie Harris; IhA.-f* 

'nesdayjnunt. In ChittanooRa, ^^onday, was only dauRhler of Mr. nnd Mrs, Ai-J* •';';' 

lluT 111] burled in Korc3t Hill cemetery Wed- Harris, toMr. Samuel ClqvcIaCKf ?arK'V? 

nesdny mornlnff at M o'clock. Fun- ker. formerly 'otJ-QFayett«, 0»i Thiiv'^ 



*>■ v'luiiHii^ iiai3 tn.'vii til 

oim slrv>wl Friday with 
Hoa% \mi is sick al that 



^j^■2-|\ 



911 



eral scr\ices wore held from the res- 
idence of Mrs. Hunt, conducted by 
Ilnv. 8. N. Hamlo. 8er>lco al Iho 
RTove wcro conducted by the I. p. 0. 
F. order, of which the deceased was 
a member. ,', 

Mr. Chspman is surviycd by a 
widow, firs. C;. B. Chaf)man, of Ke.n- 
sifii^lon, Oa, and fdur ■chl[(!rMv.^rs. 
l/nnt; i. t.'an^ C. W. Chapman, of 
this clly, and L. T. Chapman, of 
/acksonvillo, Fla, " 



"II last S.ilurd.. . 
iliMlli ;iii>.'f) \'sil,.,| 11,.. 
"■■II.' I'irkl.- I.iviii^-,|. , 
llllli' ^IMI llMi'l. I,, III,. 

ii- rii- iid.i,. ,,.u,.| «. 

Ill li\<- llvi- d;i\- r,.r 
'<lllllM-.T. Ill,' .UK\i„. I- 
til <-;ill Ih.' hill.- nil.. 
Ilii-rr i.s no pum. -i |, 
1111. 1 III.. I,oi-,| •|-;,K,.||, 
'"• llif iiiliii.' ..r III.. 
w..iild ,Miy 1,1 ||„. ^ 
"iiilli.M-, "\v(.(.j. not liir 
f..r 111.. |-:ii!i,.|. |>,i,.\\. 
«ai.l. •Suir.T III.. Iiiii, 
I'liin.. until ui.. fdr 
kiiiKdoni of llciivm. 



m\S. ELIZA SHROPgniRE 

"^ » DIED LAST rniDAY 

;Tlio body of Mrs. Ellia , White 
ShriipHliire, who died Friday' at Iho 
hnre, of ficr son. Perl Ellis, near 
K^nsinirton, pa$sod Ihraugh LaFay- 
ctle, Saturday mortilnR being ca^- ; 
ried to the old family graveyard on 
the Billy While placd near .^ubll- 



Irawing room whore tlie imprbsstY^/^ 
ceremony was performed by'RtTi'iij 
K. C. Dargan, pa.slor of Iho'.flrst?'^ 
Baplist dlu^cl^■waa.»^U•l^caUytt*«w■!^3l 
oroled with palms, ferns and V' joI(l[*v 
baskets of roses arid whfte •^r^'e6tf;\g 

pes. • •■. ■■■;.' v:*";fj>;s 

Preceding the ccreraooy Wni'J^BJ^ 
Brannon sang sweetly ■ "I Ixrve-typil'i 
Truly." As, the bcaullfnul ilfalnt'^^ 
of Mcrulclssolin's wedding." pittrokly 
were rendered by M rs. W. Vy. Bolow. 
mon, Iho littlo rlngbeafcr; MalUr^ 
J, p. Todd, Jr, entered. ' The;VlOai(i-^ 
of Honor, the bride's only'nllcndttn^^ 
I.N Mi:\l()iiV OK t.il II i: 1)1)1 (;i A.sl-'^""'' '^"'^ ^''^'^ f^'n'tfi- °f drcot:YlU»,^» 
I.I\ l.\(;,si()\ ■' ■ \c,a., followed. 8ho was.lovelr^-ta'i^J 

'iiiiiiiK' ili..|Rown of gray faille, comblnod-'«i(Jl% 
i'^'j"l'^^''i' .^j ''_";' (Jcorgeto 'crepe, and beaded j'ii>*VoM'i!!| 
,."v,[',y,'^,.,'^.",' in culstcci beads. Shccartjcd jilchi^ 
Lilly .spaed ifnond roses. ''^■'V^j^^lS 

iMK .1 lilil.. jhe groom end bfsl man,''Mr>W|K^ 
Ham Bcesc, cohered f ronv Ih^' Urln^ 
rooili They .were met at Iho l&ibr'V^ 
vised nllat by the bride, whp ibriUiHdRii 
ontliu r --in .or "-.or fnl'ier''.»:'Vu^//:f5;l|^ 
The- bride w^s bciiutlfut iUpjtoM 
IravcUIng suit 'pf nav^ >, blue^^',T^ll#i|( 
slios s, hal/ind olbor acceBsdrlOif'/o|^ 
gray. 'Her onl)' ornament wiiVdJ^ 
amond.T)roocb,,»i5in. of. Iho, gVOobii^ 
The brjdo'i coraago bourruol .^a^'oM 
bride's rose's and valley UlIlc«.^«^V!;\^!^"g 
/ Immediately • after; the'' pet^J&fotti^,; 



'.111 

li.mii' (vlirr.. 
•• l.-'ld Kivelli 
:.wiiy, lilc.tM|.i| 
l.'T.I.- s„ wv 
n.'f .slnrki-ii 
.v.iiir dariiii);" 
■ 1"-.<I for li,. 
• .•liiLlirn 1.1 

1 MU-ll li til.. 

A iim.;.\D. 



Mf. and- Mrs, Pafker, lef t 'roi'.l»';ii)ort2 
bridal trip, ' Tbojr^IIl be' al :.)»(mifK 
to their friends. In Macon, wJjewittfi" 
Is a popular and promlj^at Mf{ ' 



Tribute (o R. r. ininaic 

We were sorry to learn of' tin 
ilealli of uncle Hot) 'I'rundle. W. 
huve been intimately aciiuainted will 
hiiii for (iv..r 30 years. Have vi.s-|| 
il.il his home many time.i, alway.- 

found ft plea.sant welcome lliere'man.' I' ''y' '' ■ :''X!''^u\-'^.'-'^^^'M^ 
lie was a ),-.iod, clever. Kenial hearted Tho.bri.fl*! is a ilio«i-«T»<t\i(4^V:<|i'/ 
man. whos." place in Wood Station Wcsloyan In plan^ . |«l(f ,Vwokf«i''''li}i^ 
valley will be hard to (HI. Hi.s chil-whioh she lake«';(ju|tn."«n ;lnkre»M 
dieii most of whom were once pu-A nu'mbcr^of oul^f-^tTO cy6^^''4^^ 
nil well ie-cli}<ied In the -lrpibpdlal*;,;lB<l ' " 
aoii: 



Mrs. 8l)r6p8T)iro was <iuil^'ofd,pa8t 

ninety, and since' the death, aomo !''''"* '" °"'' »chool, are _ ._ .., .,.._,_. —x-,--,.-. 

years ago, of ' her husband. Col. ' "l"''^''''' eitizcn.s and doing well, were prC8«ntr--Maooa\Ko,li^^'MJt^ 

Wesley Shropshipo, of Challooga, ' ^^■''''''' ''-*^'"''. "^ nothing else can.' ' •■'• a '*•./'.>>' W.H.S.Viiml! 

has lived with her 'son 1rt various i "'"'''^ '^""' "^ •'' '""" '^■'■- Triuidln ' 
I (larts of this county. p^^s- He was a .special friend of I 

Her mental 'and physical powers """ ""'' ^'*^ ''"'•'• !« Rive him up, 
'wtTO remarkably well preserved, ''"'^ "'"'""'>' '^ y^"" "KO while visiting 

and It is a rare memory to. have',"'- '"^ lilcasant liomn. he told us 

kiiDwn this proud spiriled gcnUc- , "'"^ ^^■'"'" ^"-^ '"f'. l'''s old world he 

wfimnn of tho old days. With liec i '"^'"'"'•■'' ^^ *-'" ^° ^ '"^^er place. Ho 
.flrsl husband sho had made Iheover- '* reuli/.ing the pleasures of that 

land trip to tho goldhish-of '<0, and '""^^ ""^■- ''''"cc to his ashes, and 
I recalled thoso rough days vividly'""' '"ynpntbies to his hcncaved 

ami interestingly. '• .[children. 



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I I. 




Sccrrl \V(d<Ilno Jlmli^ Public 
Tlip r.laiicIuHliiin nmrriago of two 
of Copix+liiirH iiromincnl youiiir 
people, wliicli occurrpd o nlhn 22nil. 
of AgtU loHl, w.is inniJfl piildic thi« 
wr>c)r.»- Nf> ono iii Coiiiwjrhlll know 
of Iho affair licRidcs Judpn 'T. C. 
TippcU and Dill I'hilllps. wilnoss to 
.tho ct-reiDony, unlil lliu contracting 



crct. The lumes of tlie youag ^^'^ '■ 



Pic who 



;"-v 



youag 
stole a march on Uk^' 

r ay. who w.rc mu,r,od or. ihtrB^mJh. 
"t of Ap..v „j|| w,,.l of the tattvl 
Pnrk hy K.q,,,, ;_ ,, TippcU « 
""• .ift-Tnucn of Apnl •- i!,^^^ 
Air M.-CJurc.. a young ,„« «, 
.n.,ral.. ..a„.e ,o Cop^j, 
f'-.n Lalayp;,,, c.n., about t» 
" '""ll... a«u to n.-ccpt a po8iU« „ 

'■II ''c hu. nude n,any fra-nd^^ 
f" a vrry pr.,n,l.l<,„K and aootiaw- 
dafng rmployc, of ii,...snow n^ 
"lacy Jlis popular and amr»ca« 

nnces. Sh. I, tho danKhter^SS^ 
Mt« Gu,, narclay and a .-trr U j2J 
and noht. narday. ^^ . 

'■MdmKal tl„. honw .,r Frank IH^ 
'•'ny on wal,.r,sir....|. i„„ „fi,, Oiis 
wook (hry will („, doni,rilr<J i, n» 
'■"lUKfi Of llurloy C.il.T. 

Th,- A.lvnnr,. for,.,. j„j„ „ 
^'■"■"-'■^ "M'.r happy ..,„„., ;j« ;^ V 

Inll Advunro. '"'PJKT- 



I ''ii'' Klli«. who .MaOK 
Vim I'riily," Tho ctTrniony 
\\ii> |MMf..iiiii-d iMi l|,c front porlh 
"f III'' r.lli> linin... This was hrnu- 
lifnlly (liT..ralc'.: willi palni.s. forns 
iind lli'ld dairii's. At Iho conclusion 
"f Mm- iHipliui ni,.., an ice courso 
was .<ri\.'d. 

I'll" w.ildniK was iillondfd by 

" i'"'i" "f t'i'lh faniilirH, ri-lotivca 

i'li'l 'l''^"' iii.-nds. U.s'i Friday 
Ihi'ii' was i, riiiiiinii diimcr at thp 
Sl.>>;all Ik. III.'. Twcnly-Hvc nicm- 
li.'is III ihi- iw 1 faniiiii.s and n-la^' 
liv*s wi-i'.' Ill all.-nilHiirt'. 
'I'll'' youiiK p.'oplr will p,) lo 
Mimis.-ki'.'piim' in ii cnlUk-c which 
lht> tri'iioiii is haviiiK huill at I.akc- 
vicw. .SI,! ,,]• Missionary iid>ic-. 'llii-y 
n-r.'ivd II,;,, r, Mii.. prrsi-iils. iii- 
rludiiii: «il\.T\\;..r,., ,.,,1 ^,|.,.;^ |,„,| 
CllllKI. I 

III- Jin.l" ,.~ III,. diiiiuliliT <.f Mr ' 
•""I -Mi--^. A. I, I Ihs. Tl„. r,i„|,ly Is 
'""• "I 11"' in... I. pi,„ii„„.„| ,„ Xnil],' 
i-"ri;ia :i,H Iin' many y.-i,is lln-y 
l-'d ii.'.ir Itcissxilliv I 

"111 "> .1 ■< 'f 11. II sic- • 

ill. w.-ll ;,:„.«:, nil. I lii>;|,lv rs- ' 
'■'ii'.l .111/, i; '11. 1 ,'. M.l.'i.l ,.r \V,il- 
•'• '"iiiily. II, |. si.'^all h.uii.' is H-| 
•III "o.- and ..ii.-.f..ii,iii inil.-s 
mil ..f llossMll... 'II,,. r;ii„,ly iin- 
^ I'll kii..wii .„ i:i,;,fl;,,„„,t.„ aii.ihav.' 
.iiiaiiv fi'i.'Mds ii..ri.. 
. 'rill- hrid.- ni..l ununn arc Kfu.l- 
iial.-s ,,r C'lilral lli^-li srhiM.l ;,ii,l 
WIT.' popular aiiionif ihc sliid.Mila of 
Ihi' I'urpl.' anil (inld instilnlion. 

Mr. .v|,.^'ai| i,;,s 1 t, ronncclcd with 

III,' Kiisl .National Dank for sonii' 
tiini'. 

■rill' hii.li' won. a 'white tafr.'t.i 
dress, conihin.-d with luco. 8hc car- 
ried n lioilqiidl of .swpotpcos ond 
hridc'.s ro.sps. Hit Inlda! veil wn.i 
rnlwjni'd will, oranK.> blossoms.— 
ChaltanooKn N^w.s. 



HENRY BOSS RILLED- ', 
IN TRAIN WRECK 



;.:_■■■, , ■ -■-■ 70'~K'YJWI KI.LIS-STF.CJAI.L 

''<J ■ °^ T^^^^^'^^^^t^Sm •^■iiK'Unoernrnl is ma.lc of tho 

5111 read with Irtlflrcst.lhoatibounc^ inarriaKC of Mis..? N.-ui,. Alwilda El- 

mcnt.of ^ho.'marri4ffo>f'ioh»,M l'" '«• ''hiHip H. i^i.-i^U^iii,.;, i„ok 

Uarman^ aqd r. Mi^^Mai7',:A.iw "'•"•■'' '"^ TI>ur>ihT<an..r„o„n „| 

\^iiKfc8, «t'Danai<.:.jexaa.',iMondiS "'''''"•*' «' ""• """'i' "f iii<- i.rido 

Juno «"h-.Rov. G(jdr&oPTnilUy*i n-ar a....<sv,il,'. ria.. ll.-\. w. Hor- 

^1^T^^^^^^i''^-^^^'f-''M, '""• "' »"•"""»"•=""' "-'• u-u-l.. was 

vMn..0at7nwiy,;'(Thdr.hM^VU(t«a^t d,.. ..lIlcanuK NnnisU'r. ■ Mrs. .;. M 

^^yc'^ ,»^'P^ral -limes •<*f.,^eIlJ I1ii.1k"ii.< playcl Ihr w.'dd'mK march 

ri^ i*'- o.™via',*:^>'d<»'.\clrDT6M •""' •■"■ ^ "'« '•'e.'oinpam.st for 

juc^cssful «;ho9l ^t WrthfCTe^S 
IwowA to ij,i8-iiwl/mt;.?t*?i?^'^'^ 



i:n(;im; i.kaxks tuack ,\kai» 
hossvii.i.k— kouu ok cukw 

INJUUKI) 



36 



Chaltunooga, Tcnn. -- Kngmocr 
Henry Uons of tho Central of 
Cicorgia engine iNo. iTfiy, was 
killed instantly at 8:30 Saturday 
morning when »he engine, which was 
pulling a string of dump ciir« loaded 
iVllh dirt. Jumped the track, t-oiir 5f 
Iho crew were slightly Injured. Doss' 
head was crushed. ■ 

R. L. Adams, conductor, received a 
sprained anklo. 

^Vanlc Williams, colored fireman, 
had Ms right knco sprained. 

Sawyer McDaniel and Andrew 
Henscy, two colored laborers on the 
train, were slightly bruised. 

Tho engine, al the limo of the do- 
ralltncnl, was backing down tho cut 
on the east side of Missionary ridge 
lo':flo88vllle, whore dirt Is bolnsj 
dumped to make a bod for the now 
tracks thai. »ro being laid by tho 
Central of Georgia. 'Hie tr^ln bad 
Jusl taken on » lo«<J of^Jkrl at Brum- 
by,' where tho 'Foe' Oglethorpe iioa 
branches off from the ^»ln jjne, ' 

The train was golug'twolyfl^-nf- 
tcfen mfles an hour when It Jdrtl{rti 
lh<? track. Tho engine, onc^ tpndor 
turned oyer aod seven' of tho, car» 
were derailed. 7 " r' 

linginecp Bosi sUyodwJlfi Ihd epk; 
glijo.unlll 11 started oyer tho bank. 
Hr jumped and hjs llfo was crushed 
put beneath the lehdor. Afle^ leav- 
ing the track, liie Lrftin ran olonglho 
IJ08,>in a course parallel to the rails, 
Torabout thirty feet. 

Williams stayed *lth tho engine 
Vintil ho was hurled from llio cab, 
Ho IjMided about fifty feet awaj' Iq a 
cornfield. His 6ar was cut by a 
barlied wlroand his knee wis spraln- 
,cd when hci struck tho ground. 

Onicials oj tho Central of Georgia 
were notified of tho wreck by tboio 
who witnessed Ihooverturnlngof tho 
engino and the derailment of tho 
cars. Ambulances bclongiriglo Wann 
iV Son were hurried to tho scene of 
the Accident. Dr. George II. West 
and officials of tho road were also on 
hand. Tlio Injured were given flrst- 
nld treatment and hurried to the 
West-Ellis. UoBpllBl. The body 'of 
the cnglneiJr-WM laJcon to Wann's 
undortaklhg; establishment and pre- 
pttted for burial. ■ ' ^ 

EnglneorDoss had been with the 
Central of Georgia about iovenleen 
yearf.!., IIo la a e0n-ln-l4w of D. ''V. 
Musgrove, of Chlckanlauga,^ He i»ad' 
boon >ao engineer for twelve yearn.'' 
Survlvlfii^ hlmaro hlswi/e/oiie child, 
and hli.father, .Ther/rCTldo^at^^:*:' 



^-imJriM^' 



LEGAL AI)\'E»Tli>E.H£JSTS 



Unjce Lcslcr Krccmi?r'eon9f/MrT|< I 
and Mr*. M. T. Kri^marj, >i"l .Mi«»| I 
.Maude .Kliialctli CasmyC^ rc\Al>\c\ I I 

and protege of' Mr. ViiVSlre. Krank.^* + 

.\. Crut^lillcld. were Varciod nL Uir., ^^^^ '«"" D'vorcc 

hn\i<-»' home Ih MinlflU).))-, Ga, 3lat«- Of Georgia, Walk.T Omnty. 
\Vi-dne».ln>vJ.ine ?7Hi. / To ll>e Sheriff of said Counly— 

nT^<5in- Greeting: 



Kditli Childrcs-s V8 II. F. Cliildrcss, 
Libel for l)ivo.-ro 



Ilevri. .">. MiCaTlic was 
clalinK ininintcr u.iiriK the full I'liig 
Rervicc. The cen-iiiony wan |>irr- 
fonm-cl in the l.rhrary i" which wan' 'i''"-' defendant II. F. Chil.Irenn is 
placed -an ini|iro\ i.ted altar with ^eVehy required i^ersonnlly or by al- 

. while [M.^r«ital :ind randelabra hold- ]'*i''"">'' '" ''C 3"<l apin'.ar at the ne.\t 
INK Im-hted toi.erB. To strains of Superior court, lo he held in and for 
tnendelBHohna wedding march play- 'sai*^ county, on the 3rd Monday in 
ed by Mi.-.s Kluaheth Kouscliee „r Aiwisl, next, llien and there lo 
U-xwiKt'on, Ky., the bride entered on answer the I'huntiirs demand in an 
the arm of Mr. Cnilchdeld, wbogavo O'lio" of complaint, 
her in marnaKP. '1 hey were pre- Witness^ the Hiinorahle Mo.srs 
ceded by Iwin (lower girlH,' .Mmses ^^'fiKht, .liiVce of Ibe said court, this 
Leuru and Lela McCullio and the -'.st, day of June, 1917. 
inaid-of-honor, Mihh MarKarel Wert. •'■ '- IIOWI.A.M), Clerk. 
■I"bc bride-KToom and bent man Mr. 

Hr.K^k Ilayn came m from the living ^ '-"^' ''"' "'^""•'' 

room, meeting- the bridul procCH- ^'"^"" "^ «''"'-Kia. Walker Co.inly. 
.siAi, at the altjr. '" .''"' ^'"•"''^ "^ S'"J '^ounty- 

The bride wore a full bridal toi- '^■'■■"'^'"^V, , 
hit., of white .silk and point lace and . '"«'' "."''^'-■y ^^ ^^"'"-' "'<^''^'>'- ^•'- 
vnil cauKhl will, a wrealli of orange ^'\'"' D'vorce. 
bloHHom.s. She rariK-d a .shower "'" <J'"f'-'ndanl Willis Mickey i.s 
iM.u.iuet of n...e.s iMid lillies of 11- ''•■■"'■''•" ■■'■1"ii-"'l 1 f r.sonally of by aU 



I>cttera of AdmlnlirtraliAn 

Georgia, Walker Cou;ily. 

Application having been made in 
due form to have J. W. Shields an. 
pointed administrator of the esLiilc 
of lycah Shields, lale of «aid county, 
deceased, notice is hereby given that, 
I will pass upon said application al 
my ofllce in iJiKayctlc, said county, 
on the lir.it Monday in .\ugust, next, 
(liven under my hand and ofTlcial 
signature, ibis July 2, 1917. 

W. L. STA.NSKLL, Ordinary. 



valley. The iiiaid-nf-lioiio;' wore 

gold lulli- mill hiei' and carrii-d IIu.h- 

Midl ro.ses. Till- liltle Mower 4<ir|M 

wore white net over .iilk and carried 

haHkels of fiink and white.sweelpeas, . 

lied will, a laige whiU, lulle ,„„v. """ "f '•"'"l''"'^""- • 

Witne.s.s the Honorable 



lorriey, lo be n:'d npnear al the next 
Superior coui". 'i. be held in and f'-r 
-.I'.l county, o,' Iho 3rd Monday in 
Aii;nisl, next I hen and there to ans- 
wer Ihe I'lainMii s demand in an ;ic 



.Mm.s l-'oimliei 
and real luce. 



a while suliii 



Mose.s ' 
U'riglil, .ludge of the .said court, lliip 



After the ceiemony a salad and ^'•'*^- ''"-^"^ -""""• ''•"'• 

.1. I.. KOWl.A.M), Cleik. 



jee coursn were nerved, after wbiclil 

iMi.^s I.illii! Vaiiiell nil. Iho bridu'fll ■ 

cake, Uie favor being drawn by ii Libel for Ilhorce 

'pink ribbon from the center. MLsSShile of (ieorgia. Walker Count v. 
Cecil Camp niul Mis.i llena lludicil •(o the SherilT of .said County— 
.served fruit punch in the summei'firccting: 

<lininK room. Miss Sandal Coulter Itoi.ert Jolley vs Willie Jnlley, Li- 
caugbl brides Ijouquel. ' bel for Divorce. 

The home was beautifully decora- 'i-i,,. defendant Willie Jollcy is 
ted with Magnolias, ferns and swoct hereby required personally or by al- 
peas and Ka.ster lillies. jlorney, lo be and appear al the iioxl 

• Mr. and ^Mrs. Kreemnn left in hi.sKuiierior courl, lo be held in and for 
car for an «htende-l ,mnlor Irip, Uid county, on the .')rd Monday in' 
Allonla being their llrsl slop, l-'ur- August, next, then and there lo aiis- 
Uier detafU of the bonoyinuon was ^ver Ihe I'laiiitifT.s demand !n an 
nol divulged. (iclion of complaint. 

Numerous presonU wcro received Wilness the Honorable Mos-s 
consisting of cut glass, china and Wright, Judge of Ihe said court, th's 
silver and a hand.sonio chock from21sl. day of June. 1917 
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Freeman. 75 j. l. UOWLAND, Clerk. I 

giiesls wore invllod. OuUof-lown : . 

guest/i were Dr. and Mrs. ISordan 

aiiU three sons, of Anderson, S. C^ 

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Foushee, Miss 

Ellzolieth Foushoc, of • Lpxlnglon, 

Ky.. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Uixon. of 

Lookout Ml, grandparents of tbo 

brldo. '• • . . 



Year's 6up;^rl 

Georgia, Walker County. 
To whom it may concern: .Mrs. 

lX)vie Cline. widow of V. A. Cline. 

late of. said county, deceased, has 

applied (o the undersigned for a 

year's support for herself and .«i.v 
I minor eliildien from the estate of 
I said deceased. .Notice is bercb.v 

given thai I will pa.ss on said appli- 
I cation at my olllce in LaFayetle 

said county, on the flrsl .Monday m 
I August, next. Cliven under my haul 
land offlcifal signalure. This July V. 
1 1917. 

W. L. STAiNSELL, Ordiimr> 



37 



'WAiiini ooTJimr wtiarvozz, jvkk m, i917. ^jkf^x^ co gyRrtr ' mtu^ wmcy . jnLy.fl,.ifli7. 



II. 



,, A Ncwl.trry''dic<I nl liia liomo 

jUinK all. o'clock, nflor abrupt 
illllrss. His bwly was cnrricd loSum- 
n,l'rvillo Kri.lay mominK. l-»n«"l 

ScasoJ is survived by hiH ^•.- u". 
oi^Bon. wbo hnve Ibo. syu.pall.y of 
Ui\ir many fronds. 
I 1; + + + 

+ + 

4- LINWOOD LOCALS^ •!• 

4- + 

The duulli uiiyel visiU-d the homo, 
o; Mr. and Mr3. C. G. OKlcshy.about _ 
noon .Monday and claimnd the spirit 
[of Ua-ir liUlo daugliU'P. Uonnin, 
I who liad boen ill for Lwo weeks with 
dysentery in iU most severe form. 
No one could have borne llieir suf- 
fering Willi more patience than did 
this little girl. Jleb remains were 
laid to rest in the tiordon graveyard 
Tuesday morning. Funeral services 
wern conducted at the grave b^ '^'''' 
Milligan. We oynipalhizo with her 
parents in the loss oftheir lilUc girl. 

I. >ms. .MAUY MARTIN 

J DIKO SUNDAY AGED 67 

Mrs. Mary Crutchleld .Martin, for 
lliR past ten yi'ara an inmate of the 
State Siinilariuni. Milledgeville, died 
Iherc Sunday, aged si.xly-seven. 
Her family wis notillcd by a tele- 
gram from Su|it. (irei-ne, Uiataw-ue* 
before her death, she had a slight 
5lroko of paralysis. The body was | 
shipped here, and buried. Tuesday, 
at the Gordon gravoyard, Uev. 
Sjiearman. of Chickamauga, con- 
tVtiiig the funeral st«-vlocs. Mrs. 
Mnrlin is survived by her husband i 
W. 11. Martin, of Kensington, a son| 
Kugene, and two daughters, Mrs. 
Claud Uailey, and Miss Ellie Martin, 
her aged mother. Mrs. IVyQr.Crulcb- 
l(;ld. and two sisters, Mrs. M- P- Orr. 
Ud Miss .Mary Jane Crulchneld, and 
a hrolhcr 'A. T. Crulchndd, of Mil- 
iedj^eviUo.' 

In her lucid Inlervsls, Mrs. Martin 
would long pa.ssionutely to see her 
children and to como home. Judge 
SUnscll had a letter from her. a 
short lime ago. begging him to work 
for her release, as she was allrighl. 
I'n.ssfssing live natural gifts, the 
curse of inherilcnco insanity rarely 
liad a sadder victim. 



• tlAR LOW—llEOW OOD 

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"CKcir 



many friends was Mial Wednesday 
July *th, of MrtPrfarllc Harlow wid 
Miss ThcrcBn llcgwood, »t Iho hotng . 
^Mr.^and. Mrs, floborl nich.^ i Llie 
; presence 01 several rciaiives /and 
friends. .The youny couple ' were 
united by -Judge SUlnscIl al fl o'- 
clock. They win make Ihclr future 
honie\«l- Challanoogtu Tlio coa- 
Irnclfng parlies hjivolhe happy JcIU 
IctUUot^ of a host cjr frlcn<j8. 



+ rossvIlxe + 

+ i> 

/<Ur. Wilhui- WtM.d and Mi 

ilii .\dam.s 

Tuesday eveniii( 

lla|ili.sl ehureh 
J);ivis iierrdrin 

jiTITi'TTr "wrstiliTg 

haiiiune.ss tliis Hf 



weiji liaii|iily iii;uTied 

'|iliU)'eloek at lb 

ii,,T!nsl Lake. Ui-% 

ilL- (he reren_ioii>,- v^ll 

riTns'couple all the 



/^A fine son was born F>i<Iay nigh) 
litMr^nd Mrs.. -Will (Si'omor. -y< 

'j,." ' , 'AflmlnLrtriitor's Sale '"- 

<lf;orgia.AValker County. ;' 

'n.HL ^''■'"'' *'^ »\ "'■•'''r from the 
|9,'l7"'"7» «>»'rU o> said county and 
|8tal«s will be sold iMjforojh^fourr 
hmisff door, in^lho town of Uik"v.' 

nrst Tursday m Aujnisl jnetcl, within 
ho legal hours of wle. Iho -rollow- 
Inj: described properly towil: Two' 
..' .<=; '>•,«'*.'" 1^0 Warlhen add!-. 
tlon lo Ihc City ^f r^Kayette saidi 
counly. ono )«l fronting 'west "n 
Oovcrnrncnt pike one" hiirdred and 
nvo. foel (lor,). : and nmninjT back 
wo hundred and ten feel (jio) "H 
lon.foot alloy: and omtinuimj E.isl-' 

r1m'^„^w.^''"'i'^ »"'' "•"feet ■ 
r2I0> lo a forty fool street. Ihence' 
Poidh one hundred and . (Ive tM 
(iOj) lo north fine of P. C Ward 
law 8.^lhence .wislorlv nlor^ .north- 
me.of^said P. a wKrdlaw's two mt 
lots •: to Bnvcmmenl piWc. i i|,p^^^ 
"l^rfh/ono hundreJ and •„ live- foot' 
(1^) to beginninff Point..conl;iininVf 
one «cr<? more .or Jess on. which Js 

ou I ' houses and . knqwTi as t he M. C ' 
Wardlaw'rfrtldenco properly /-'/*r 
Terms of -salo; 'Half- cas"h ^^rt*-! 
TM^.t^^'^'^"^ ycar.aft^P dil« of 
^.1- ^!V?- r^„c<^t tolerest from 
date, wilh;pnvIleF»>)r*or purchaser 
p^n^ all cash.. This July 1 1 iftfT 
.i>.i -r J. B; HAMMOND AdmrJ*^? 



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LEGAi. AD\'EKTUiCMENTS 



mw. r.tJ7.\ sHnorsniBK 

■I'.v Ml:,. {'.. h:li5) 
A-- til.- iiiiiiMiiiu' It 'it was bm'iiny 
in III-- il'.ii'i iilh (inj of June. II. y 
S|.|..| .if Ml--".' h;iiij Sliroi)nhoio 
J .1- ■■■ 1 U- il< n \\<^ril. 

Her cndurarvco was Iork but at 
latl tlio eLronnlh wliicti had bur- 
Ijiiii'ij lirr for tiiort- lliaii ninoty 
yearn wqh Bjienl and she wa.s iionc. 

TliiiUKli doalli feeds viixm lier 
mull' voice, I know »ho ntrovc to 
live for the ri^lit and be a ble»sinK| 
to Ihone around her. She died a« i 
she lived— unas.iuuunK andiinafrnid. I 
Karly xhe was iinpresRed willi the! 
feelinp thai nhe nuiHl »crvc her Lord 
if lier earthly Imppines.s wo^ corn- 
plele. and .so sill' marched In to liv- 
iiiK breast froul, and never faltered 
or looked bark, but kept on with a 
llriii cletermiiialion and when nl In.sl 
nhe met the last enemy, she wa.s not 
uii|'r<'|>ared. 

lor ycar.s b.-fore her (jRSSinp she 
ie.Tli7.ed Ih.Tl. Willi a rapid (rradual- 
ne.'s she wa.s neaniiK (he plaqe and 
would smnetJines remark Ihal her 
life IIioukIi seeiniiiKly u.seless wns 
spared for some inirpose and that 
.«he «":is itla<l to live though not a- 
fraid to die. 'I'lius in a saered joy 
of life 8he lived, lliu.s in an elernal 
hope she died. 

Ili'i's wa.s a looK life, well spent in 
usefuliie.s.s and her rare inlelljgeiiee 
anil per.sonal charm made hi-r, not 
only li'^eil and le.spected in her own 
home, but amonR her frienils and 
in every circle she entered she was 
received with :i i^lad welcome. 

She iTiet every <ilistacle in lifowilli 
the sweet diKiiil^' that so well bellt 
her .Tiid every trial that .she under- 
went made her. as il siuimi'd, more 
refined and penile in her maniwr.s. 
Around Ihe standard of trulfi her 
cliaraeler grew and she had Hjeluip- 
py art of romemherinK and .stating 
ncruralely facts as witnessed by. her 
or repeated from others. 

She was dr.s', married in IKlfl to 
i\\'. T. KIlis .anrl to lliis union was 
iltorn one son, II. II. RUis, with whom 
she liveil al the lime of li/r death. 
I She was lef|, a widow in 'I8GI and 
with a couraKC rarely found in one 
reared in a home of colonial invi- 
ronmi-nls, .such as wa.s hers. She 
sel to work, with the aid of her 
small 3on.^ to rebuild the shattered 
Imnio anrl all through the dark days 
of reconsi ruction, with Ihe same 
nuiel digmly and gentle grace she 
performed her duly and had the 
pleasure of seeing Ihc period of 
peace and jilenly, which followed 
the long turm'3ll.- 

■^ In 1H82 8he married to Col. Wesley 
Shropshire and after his death in 
1800 alio again mado her liomc with 
her son. 

We could pay no higher tribute to 
her life than lo say she was a good 
w'oinan. She Is sadly iniswd in the 
home where she lived so long nnd 
where for six years sho was a help- 
less invalid, no pains ^ya" spared lo 
rob her last days of Ihcir suffering, 
but nolhing brouglil the much 
sought relief nnd so she quietly and 
peacefully passed through thovallcy 
of llic shadows nnd fell nslocp. 




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Libel for DIvortc 

State of Georgia, Walker County. 

To Ibo Sheriff of said County— ►,«).••-<{ ^ i, •, , 

Greeting: MThoVMUlPK I .HI« arc ringing oul 

I.- 1 II <-. iH •• I.' /->, 1 1 .nWfv Mr» IV"!! e I»n nt'^r .nnd 8am 

Kdilh auldroM V. H. >. ChildrcM.^igf!^^;:;^.-^^^ 1^^^, ^^ -ftrjKdtit ofi 



Lib<d for Divo."ce 



\ih 8liif(\d/al homo 



The defendant H. K. Childrenn. iavind ho wiml. b Ick. tv/nl* father, 
hereby required personally or by at.j?|ti»kjpbimD»j (ai>d J^IJ* /♦hiwon 
loriiey. to be and appear at llm ne..|S;[?.fe''i'^'^ ^hurdday nlgt.l 



Superior court, to be held in and for 
said county, on the 3rd Monday in 
August, next, then and there to 
answer the PlainlifTs demand in an 
a."tion of compbint. 

Wilncss the Honorable Moses 
\\'i ighl. JiiVge-of the said court, this 
.'IsL day of June. 1917. 

J. L. IIOWLAND. Clerk. 



Libel for Divorce 

Slat<' of Cieorgni, Walker Cnui)Jy 

To the Shenll of said County — 
Grilling: 

Hugh llickey vs Willie Ilickey, Li- 
bel for Divorce. 

'I'ho defendant Willis Hickey. is 
hereby reiiuii-eil | t rsonnlly of by al- 
locney, lo be nnd epiiear al the nc.xl 
.Su|)crior eouc', lo bi; Ijeld in and for 
-.li.i counly. o,- ihe .3rd Monday i:i 
August, m-xl I hen and there lo ans- 
wer the I'lainli'i s demand in an i:c 
lion of complaint. 

Witness Ihc Honorable .Moses 
Wrighl. .fudge of the said court, this' 
2lsl. day of June. 1917. 

J. 1.. UnWL.V.M). Cleik. 



THUSTKK'S SALE 

Georgia. Walker Counly 

Will he sold on I ho lirsl Tuesday 
in August next, wilhin the legal 
hours of sale before the courl houso 
I'oorin LaFaycHc, Ga., Ihe following 
described properly, lo-wil; Twenty- 
Ilvc (2r)) feel off of the north side of 
lot, No. Ihrec (3) and fifty feci off of 
tha south sido oLlol jNo. four (K) in 
j fblOrk-No.-fi-flf W. T. Cnrlcy's survey 
' -^ ;of Wesl LaKnyelte, logothcr witii 
building Uiercon. Also all machin- 
ery, appliances, nnd all personal 
properly of evoiy kind belonging to 
Walker C-ounlyCo-OpernliveCroam- 
ory Associnlion. Wo will first sell 
Iho real cslnlo and building, then we 
will sell the machinery, appliances 
nnd nil personal properly, nnd then 
wo will sell alt the properly ,lo- 
gellier, nnd \vill ncccpl the bid that 
Is most beneficial or that brings the 
most money. We will make this salf 
as trustees ^for the Walker County 
Co-Operallve Creamery Association 
by nulhorily given by Iho slockhol- 
ders. Terms of sale, cash. This July 
lOlh, 1917. 

Tom Shnw W. E. Withers 

O. T. Myers D. N. Known 

J. R. Ponder J. A. Loughridgn 

'. Trustocx. 



Libel for DIxorcc 

Stale of (ieorgin. Walker CounlV. ' 

To the Sherid' of said County — 
Greeting: 

llol.erl Jolley vs Willie Jolley, Li- 
bel for Divorce. 

T.'k! defendant Willie Jolley is 
hereby riMjulred personally or by al- 
torney, lo be nnd appear at the next 
Superior courl, 16 be held in nnd fot- 
.snid counly, on the 3rd Monday in 
.Vugust, next, then nnd there lo ans- 
wer the I'laintilTs demand in an 
action of complaint. 

Witness the Honorable Moses, 
Wright, Judge of the said court, this' 
21ft. dn- or June,'T917. 

J. L. IIOWLAND, Clbi-k. 




../;Mr8. Mary 
.,«kiighl<'r of] brolhcr 
11, K'ndv 



Letters of Administration 

Georgia, Walker County. 

Application linving been mndc in 
due form lo havo J. W. Shields nn- 
poinlcd adminislrator of the cslato 
of Leah Shield^), Inic of said county, 
deceased, 'nolico Is hereby giv'edViht 
I will pas;) upon said application, at 
my office in IjiFnyctlo, said county, 
on the first Monday in August, ncxL 
Given under my, hand nnd cfllclal 
signal^iro, this July 2, 1017. , 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. ^ 



Wall Mitchell. 

-,^ , . . ,. and •sister. 

»ej^id \s all, K'lid wife of brother Lee 
yUchell. wiii I born , April :•;(. |8«8 

• «»w tin.fe.Ms.i J a h-.pi- m (;t,r.it. and 

• wa» bapLi/ec' lij \\,-\ , |. .s. I^<,miril 
rv»\>to llie fulliwship <,f ,\«omi lljp- 

•tut chureli |^ I'.d i.- j 

Rhc (lied Il^ich 3lhl., 1917. We 
v<«vply sylri^a(lll7.e w Uh the be- 
.«»ved(ineil but >v,. all do bow in 
lumhle snh lii.ssinn Id Hun that we 
krww doelhjall things for the ben:. 
Wo as inerilnTK of Na.iml rhureh 
>.Bavo Hiisliill ed .1 lims. 
Can wi. Ihil'k ihal it pleased Ins 
(living *f-arl lo nnise us a'mom- 
ent's pa/ii? 
5o. lull h • saw Ihrnugli the pres- 
ent mil." the lilh-.H „f (.liTiiul 
gain. 
While «.■ as a (h.ireh iiKiiini her 
rfe.Tlh, we ijiMiirii not as ilii.He wilh- 
• ul h<ipi-_ I'lir we have tin- blessod 
assurance '.hnl she w.-i.s a child of 

-c*^ • ; 

T)i ere fori;, be i( rrsolvi-d. Ihal 
«nfie ^i•^(nlilllllnH be Slilrud Ijpnli the 
ikiurih n-iiml himI lh;il a rupy lii- 
«int 1(1 Ih.J Walker Counly .Messen- 
iter for pn diriil ion. 

Ues|i(Tlfiillv sill, null. -d, 
11. .V. KKOWN, 
If. A. KVA.VS. 
(..MII.IO.N lUIOCK. 

(^iililliiillee. 




pi^mj^j}vi^ i^> I kiT 



Libel for Divorce ■'< * 

Slate of Gporgiu, Walker Coiirily. 

To the SherilV of said Couiily — 
Gr(#>lint;: 

lIuK'li lli(k('y va Willie llirkoy, Li- 
bel fur Divorce. 

The dcfendaiil Willis Ilickey. is 
licreliy required | trsoiinlly of by nt- 
loi-ni-y, lo be n-.ul epnear nt the next 
Siiiierlor cou.-'. U. be l)el<l in and f-ir 
•.li.i county, or llio 3rd .Vloiiday i:i 
.Aiipusl. next llien and there lo ans- 
wer the f'lainliii .t demand in an uc 
tion of complainl. 

Witness I he Honorable .Moses 
Wrij;hl. .ludpe of the said coiiin, tliis 
21st. day of .June. 1917. 

.1. 1,. UOWL.\.M). Clerk. 



.^wj-j-j-.i-t-i-t-i-i-'i-J-i-i-l-H-i-i- = 

X WEiiLliVlS CM.Vrtl. - I 

■i- "^ I 

■ l -l t > 1 I 1 - I - l -HH-I-H-l-bH 

PirkiiiK berries is; lli.' uril.i- of lli< 
.iav al this pliu-e. 

j 1' Venlcli IS MrtiliiiK \\\* .i.in 
Urv .1 W. Yeiilrli, iiL llurli:iiiiin. 

Mr and Mrs. Hill Mihliell .d !..■( 
wrn- Kiiesls Sunduy id Mr. .md Nh> 
l,.i\vs(ii\ I)\ii\r8n. 

U'. !•'. i.owry iiiid llo.ssey .Mien nr 
Atliinln III iiresent. 



On the beauliiid mornii\K of June 
iHl., l'.M7, beforr Uii; IikIiI bcKan Ui 
(iLwn "11 a KlorioiiM cUy. Hie d>-alb 
angel caUKbl iJ|> I In- Kind iind Kenl.U; 
spiril of Mr«. .Maine llaker and 
winded Us wav lo In-aven. 

Mrs. IJak'T li:i<l li.-<ii .sick but n^ 
s/iorl >vliile and ull Llial Vloclorn,'. 
loving relativ<M and fi icfiids could i 
III) wa>t doiii: for b-r, bul she was' 
loo good lo .-ila) in llii.i world of 



Libel for DI\orcc 
State of (jeorgia, Walker Oiunl'y. 

To the Sherinf of said County — 
flreeting: 

lloiierl Jolley vs Willie Jolley, Li- 
bel for Divorce. 

The defendant Willie Jolley is 
hereby required personally or by al- 
torncy, lo be and appear at the next 
Su(>erior court, 16 be held in and foV 
said county, on tlic 3rd Monday in 
August, next, then and there to ans- 
wer tlio PlaintitTs demand in an 
action of complaint. 

Witness the Honorable iMoses. 
Wright, Judge of the said court, this 
2\sL dn~ of June. 1917. 

J. L. nOWLAiND, Clbrk. 



.\li>s Viimie j'lirker speiil tlie wrrt 
Willi Mi-'-ses (;erlrude and l.illn' 
Vi-iiU-li. 

Mr. and Mrs. llonry Mullens aiul 
son \\»illmin, Jr.. spenl Siniday llie 
mirsls of llie former's parents. Mr. 
and Mrs. J. W. Mullens of Lal'ayctle. 

Several froin Hiis place alleiided 
llie palrioU/ relebrulion al LaKay- 
rllr llie l'"(iurUi. 

Sorry to report Miss llluncUr 
l.iiwTv indisposed al present. 

Mr." and Mrs. Lul-ayetle Vealcli 
were guesls of Miss Neva Murlin last 
Siiiidiiy, 



Letters of Administration 
Georgia, Walker County. 

Application nnving been made in 
due form lo havo J. W. Shields bd- 
poinled adminislrator of the estate 
I of Leah Shicldji, late of said couifty, 
'dipccase'd/notTco is hereby given Itiat 

II will pas? upon said application, al 
my. office in LaFayctto, said county, 
on Ihc first Monday in August, next. 
Given under my, hand and oincial 
signature, this July 2, 1017. 

W. L. STANSELL. Ordinary. / 

Year's Support 
Georgia. Walker County. 

To whom it may concern: Mrs 
Dovie Cline, widow of V. AC CVm^ 
late of. said county, . dqieascd. has 
applied lo Iho undersigned for a 
year's support for^hersolf and sjx 
minor cliildrca from the cstalo of 
I said deceased. 'Notice is hereby 
{given that I will pass on saiil appli- 
cation at my 'ofUco in L.aFayctlo, 
said county, on the first Monday in 
August, next/ Givcn'undcr my hand 
and oHlcial signAlurc. This Julj^ 2, 
1017. 
. • S W.' L. STANSELL. Ordinary. 



LOO gOOIJ III .-^l,!^ Ill iiii.-» ,-•»#» M* III 

'siiiTow, and (ii)d ralird her lo come. 



up liiKlii-r. I 

Sill- was aboiil .'HI years old. Shci 
lived a true cliri.stiau life and tried | 
111 livr i-\ery day as she would wisli| 
to .lie. : 

.Mrs. llakiT leaves a liusband., 
falliiT and foiii sislers, and lliri 



hrrilliTs, and i himf of frT«nids and 
ri'l..liM-s I" iii'iurn Iht loss. TliiS: 
one' linppy home is now rioiided; 
] Willi darkness. The yvoicr one loved 
is still: a place in this home is va- ' 
caul, which never ran be Idled. 
Our only ronsolal^on is in our liea-i 
venly father, who alone ran Indp 

and give us streiiKlh to bear wlial ' 

Oinri'.VUY we feel wo alone raiinot. Hbe has 

Mrs. .Mary (".enper deparli-d lliis ^^^,^^^.. away not .1/) return bul il, 

' ■' "■'"• " "■•• '■ "'gladdens our hearts to know thai if^ 

we live right we ran iiicrl her again.' 
The funeral st-rvres were hidd' al 
I.aKayette by Uev. 1. S. Leonard. 
Kvvryhody Ilia", knew' her loved her. 
for siie was good and kind lo every- 
body, always ri-aily lo lend a hr|p-i 
ing hand lo some one. llnit was in i 
need, but her work is done and the 
crown of life is won. ' 

,\sleep in J««us. blessed sleep, 
I'rom which none ever wake to 



.ife Marrh li, UM7.- Al llie linn 
her dealli she was llfly yeiiis. leu 
inonllis and seven days old. She if 
Mirvive.l by her husliaiid, A. I. 
r.ooper and niin' children, four bov^ 
mid (he girls; A. 11. I'.ooprr, 11. M 
Cooper and A. !). U. Cooper, of Cat- 
lell. C. Cooper, of Kensingloii. Mrs 
W C. Durkett. of llork Springs 
Mrs. II. C. Delay, of Catletl. Mrs. A 
II Dallon. of ciiickiiinauga. Mrs. D 
C. Clark, of Callett. Mrs. T. Viinhorn 
of Calletl. and Iwo sisters and lliir- 
leen grandchildren, as well as a lios 
of other relative* and friends U 
mourn her loss. 

Our allwise rrealnr saw fll l( 
take her from her suffering, realiz 
ing that she sudered from year ii 
to year out with an ulcer on he 
limb. Still she would not slop fo 
Hint, she was always doing some 
tiling. She seemed to enjoy lif 
I hough 111 great agony most all th 
lime. She was always ready to leni 
a lielpng hand lo llie needy. 11 wa 
never loo cold or loo rainy or to< 
hot for her In help Ihiise who need 
ed hrlp. When sli.- heard of an: 
one 111 in her roiniiiunily she wen 
there. She would go over to »ei 
them and ht;ii> in any way »hi 
could 



weep. 

Written by her cousin, 

MUS. U. 1". (JOODSO.N. 

OBITUAKY 

nrolber A. M Smith, the subject 
f this short skeleb, vyas the young- 
est of a family of live children. He 
was the son of Abraham and 
I'hoeba Smith, wtis born near Cedar 
drove, July the 18th.. 18G3, and died 
hero al the Inme of his daughter, 
Mrs. William .Mnssey on the morn- 
ing of June 31, 1017. 

He was mar^-icd thirty one years 

ago to .Miss IXiva Hlout. To them 

were born llvo rbildren, who still 

survive Uie.lr (alJirtr,, ' Mal;\'in and 

Mlxon, of ChatUnooga, Misses Jewel 

and Maud Smith, and Mrs. Leva 

Masscy, of this place. His devoU-d 

dear mother up^ vvifo preceded him to the bolter land 

hut field's will, lull ours he done. W^ihrpfl years ago. Physically, Ilro. 

realir.o thai slu; fouglil llie light 01 g^nh was a -ywoaJt man, hnyiognirvcr 

Iho faithful to ihe very eiiu ano jj^y^n .tii^ pitBiamr* of |i re^l well 

lioil has lewarded her for her laJ,^y^ !„ |,|5 Mf(^:',.,Tlio. .1^1- llireo 

bors. 1 reali/.o thai niollier waj fponlhs of his lifA^h^^'was a great 

Iprriiared lo :iieel Mini in poncc(^„ffprep bcuig nflliclcd with Jaun- 

llrr life in this irouhlesoiiie worl(1,,i(,p an,) droiisy. During lUl his 

1 laughl me thai, and proved it be-n(|,|j.^j„„g „p,| gufrering. he" was 

I yoiid a doubt. My steps and m3.„„^,pp i,pard to murmur, or com- 

, aims are lo meet her m hoavotpi„|n_ ai,^.„yg raying that th*. Lord's 

some swert dav by and by. will was hisjileasure.' . .•> ' 

May Cod hlrss my father an( nrd. Smith prbfeised religion, and 




ep on dear mother and take thy 
rest 



Written by iwo that loved 
1 dearly, her son and daughler. 

CLAY A.Nl) ETllKL COOI'ER 



10 



In -the confederate 

.„....,, _.... klllecf while leading 

his men In ft skirmish /lear Dunla'p. 
Tenn, when' hli^ion was only Ihrco 



(iod cklled thee home, ho knoweU '""Hfs*'^^ntg S^.^ro Clodly, folk 

•'•'"'• , , ,, , , J v. and when liU christian mothc 

Wnlleii hv IWO that loved he «„„ii.„j ii,„i „i. . .„,,.i i,n fnii.nr nr 



and when liU christian mother 
roall'.ed that sli.) must \)C father and 
mother both (o her children, she 
rcCon*erraled her life lo God,- rasl- 
,injr kll her cares upon Him arid set 
'-• • '" hrinir nn her fhlldr'^n■ln 



ifnltu 



1 




the nock Sprina ccmoloo' wilh 
Ma«rmlc li^horv PastinoKlcr Jnmrs 
P. Bhnltiick. ronduclinp llie 8olrmii| 
ccrcmonlna In llio nrS'once of a 
Inrgo concourse of A(^asons aad 
friends. , 

Brother W'.i-wrr wa« mnMc « 



^ath 



iTrllCa »li n-RUK \y^ - ' , 

, , >wiui naMofl ho look moaslps »nrt IiiR 

DIM I.ncra Mnon boforo 




who 

fm*S\on U ?nn'er»hojjowrr« woul. ^.jf,„„l,,,J|^ „i,o . .elxcd' him Ihorc hearts rejoice inn. v(:«. euail^nwi * 
vilwn'K^.lhe rwsly. eflCtforl and cqn-.<i^„.^,,Jl„ ^.,, .inno Ihn 




^:vf 1W« ri JB-moranuura 10 w> i^ >'" " Vhlm of i h 
tCj»<)<J.J»]"l Jfkelh^way Iho .ln« ^V^^:^ ,/j (, 

mpKs-^* aN. KKOWN. . ■f^T^7'^>/:. 

!&**> -i ^ ' n. a:-t,vanb.' ■l§iX'-"' ■■■••; ' 



to huaven as & proclous 
his kingdom.' V ,^„^_ I 

auHt lizzie. 



rVnr.TON unocK 



. JULY 20, 1017. 



J. •^ 

.;. m.O 'I' 

I •!• 

M r'niKl Mrs. .1. Drnnrioii nro emll- 
I '"Kj?v<;r llio nrrivnl of a ni.w Kirl. 

4. CA.S.SAMMIA -l- 

+ ii * 

<, Jfrs. J). M. itiiiinru ocpariod mis' 
•}If( 1 Thursday ovcninK and was bur- I 
Tlfl -in tlio CoulUir Krnvrynrd. Mr.| 
• BiJ^ard has our Rrcnicsl synipalhy. | 

MftUlo TK-lom i« llic Ijoauliful 
narnr of the htUi' k""1 who csino 
Sunday lh<' 8II1 iiisl, lo thp home of 
Mr. and Mrs. (Jove Carroll lo inako 
hi-r nbfMlc. 



41 



nixoliqi-j 



l«F>XF>— HOIINE 

Mr. aixl Mrs. Michael Kciiaii Ilonii! 
iiiiiioiiU(-i- llio JuarriaKf ,of lln'ir 
"li\ii;;li|i r. A.l.lio >liir5jj<^r Mr. Wjl- 

liiiiii II. II •<• ni/sirturday, July I i. 

Ill Dulloii. ^ 

"iil.v II niiiiMlialc family ami a 

r.-w vri y cl.p.s,. rrifiicl« wiliicsucd tli.- 
ccviMiioiiy wliii-li WHS [irrfornicd by 
, Urv. K. K. Sims, (if llic Kii»t ,l>rn«- 
UyliM-ioii i-liurrli. The briilo was giv- 
rii III iiiacTiaKi- by hiT brolliiT, Mr. 
|.M. K. Hiiriif, .Ir., and lovely in a co.s- 
lluiiie of dark blue iiml lier llownrs 
jwere iMvhidH^ Mr.H. lleeee is l.bi- old- 
■ est daiiKhler of Mr. and Mr.s. 'M> K. 
Illiirne, ihe Ki-anddaiiKlder nf llie 
■lull- l»r. .Ii..se|ih .1. Miir.tli. a siirKfoii 
|iif mile and the «renl->;raiiddBilKlil.er 
i>f lliTseliel V. .lolinson, wlm was 
Iwieo Kiivi-rniir, and Iwice Uiiileil 
S>liiles .■•enalor. , 

Mr. lln-ei- was fdrineily of Home, 
bill is now of .Miieoii. His only 
Kr^i'in.sman was .Mr. U. .M. Wyall, of 
Home. Mr. and Mrs. Il.-eee will le- 
.»iile in .Maei.ii. .Mlniila .lonrnal. 



LEGAL ABVEUTISEMENTS 



MCATCII^.srODATll 

inarriaKi' of \li.s< Siisie lla- 

nielle Sudilatli and Mr. Curry l,u- 

Fayelle Veuteli, (Jf J,h|Wc1.L(., (in. 



The 



was .solemnized nljlliu^limo of. the 
brides' parenl.s. MW'aiid Mrs. Uoon 
Siiddalli, ill Maysvilb'^ tia., TburH- 
day aflernoon, .funo 2HUi, at -4:30 o'- 
clock. 

'I'lie inlerior of Uir reception liall. 
ilining room and parlor, wlilph was 
I brown into ono,' was nUractivciy 
deeoraled in luxuriant ferii.s and 
sinila.v. Tbose receiving (fiienlg , at 
I lie iloor were Mis» Sallio Miller, 
MiM I,ijlie .Smilb and Mis.i Iluby 
I'orler, all of Maysvillo, Oa. I'resid- 
inK at the [luncli bowl wcro Miss llo- 
berla Dunnngnn, of OaliioSYillo and 
Mi.s.s Neva Martin, of Trton. Minsl 
.Mary Milcboll, of Gainesville, at Ibe' 
piano played irn accompaaiincut /or 

Mjw Liii/a.r<ooi,::oi'Xt%K "who 

ianx "You," Just bcroro the bridal 
party ontorcd to the notes of Mon- 
drlssobn's wedding niarcli. R^v. 
I-oiiIg A. nondorwin, of Colurohiis.' 
nniclaled. MiM Thomas Klmsfty 
Miller, sister of iho bride, ns matron 
of honor was boconiliigly drossc.d In 
navy bluo lafToU suit and. carried 
sweet peas. Llttlo Knthleon O'NnnI 
Miller, niece of the bride, was plnjr 
bearer and was dressed Irt n band- 
ombroidcrcd ^rock of white. 

V'lie brldn onforpd with Ikt 
youfifrest sister, .Miss Inez auddalb 
who wore a lurquolso blun lalTela' 
and OorifcUo crepe dress with plo- 
Luro hat, carrying pink swoet peas. 



4- ; Wj. 

Letters of Administration , 

Georgia, Walker County. 

Applicalion having been made in 
due form to havo J. VV. Shields a_v- 
poinlcd admini.Htratbr of the estate 
of Leah Shields, late of said county, 
deceased, notice is hereby given that 
I will pas.s upon said application at 
my ofike in Lal^aycttc, said county, 
ori the first Monday in August, next. 
Given under my hand and ofllcial 
signature, this July 2, 1017. 

-W. L. STANSELf., Ordinary. 



Year's Support 
Georgia,' Walkvr County. 

To whom it may concern: Mrs. 
Dovie Cline, widow of V. A. Cline, 
late of said county, doceascd, has 
applied to Iho undersigned for a 
year's support for herself -.and six 
minor children from the estate of 
said deceased. Notice is hereby 
given that I will pass an said appli- 
cation at my offlco in LaFayetto, 
said- county, on the first Monday in 
August, next, (iiven under my liand 
and ofllcial signature. This July 2, 
1017. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



THHSTEE'S SALE 

Georgia, Walker C^ounty- 

Will be sold on Mm llrst Tm-sday 
in August next, within the leiral 
hours of sale before the court housi- 
('oor in I.al''ayeitc, Ga., the, foUowiim 
described projicrty, to-wil: Twenly- 
flvc {25) feet olT of the- north side, of 
lot No. llircc (3j and (Ifly feet off of 
the south side ol lot No. four (4) in 
block No. 6 of W. 'r. Carley's survey 
of West Lal^'ayellc, together with 
building thereon. Also nil mnctiin- 
cry, iHipliancca; and' all personal 
properly of every kind bcKinging U> 
\\'alkcr County Co-Opc»rative Cream- 
ery Association. .We will first sell 
the real estate, aiid building, then wo 
will sell the machinery, appliances 
and all personal property,' and Uicn 
wo will sell all Iho property to- 
gether, nnrt"w-ill accept the bid that 
is most benclleial or thai brings the 
most money. Wn will make this sab- 
as trustees for Iho 'Walker Counly 
Co-Operativo Creamery As.wciation 
by authority given by the stockhol- 
ders. Terms of sale. cash. This July 
lOlh, 1917. 

Tom Shaw W. E. Withers 

O. T. Myers D. N. Keown 

J. n. Ponder J. A. Lougl}cidgo 

Trustees. - _:.' 



JTJLY 37, 1M7. 



t"H-i-HH- l^' M - I-I - I - I ' l - K -h 

+ L + 

+ DUK CREEK + 

• • •— ♦=t:=t»* * • • '^.r - • • • « «, 

-X.TnXtlojohn is rejoicing ovcrs| 



iio ar! Ival of ajnne>on at his homo 
iKrida^ nlghl. q/w. Millican Nkys 

Jim ii ^'tling ready to whip. Ger- 
Unanyi as ho now has seven boys. 
t<^f- ' '■ '■; L. 



42 



J trLY 27. 1917. 



rdding of inlcrcsl lo » •*' 
ci/rlo of frlcndd was Uiat of MIm 
nlp 8h»UucK: lo Mr. Nnrinnn Btinl- T 

slniH Sftlurday Wcnlng ot 7:30 o-, 

y clock. <J-ho cccomony wa« Imtvcs- 

Ivoly porforniod by Roy. I 8 Lcorvy 

rd in Jlio presence of about nfly, 
Klniivra O D il Imr Apdint n frlrr uja^- — 

7i;7V;Kr^^«-Tmimr-T;cauiifui 

wllti I'liPO P«^« ''' """"** '"'^ ^''?,'' 
An improvlRod olUr W8B arrnnBCd |- 



LEVWOOD LOCALS + 

,..liij» Nannla'DavlB," dnuglitcr- of 
iAn. Belly Davis, difd al her homo 
here Friday. Fiinoral icrvlcca w»fO 
cdrTduclcd from Ihe renWcnco 8aU 
urday niomlnR by Uov. W. A. I>M^l». 
Thorcmalni were then carried to 
Naomlfor Interment. Wo sympa- 



^/3hV7 



Ulx:l for DiTOrcft' 

?talo of Georpla, Walker County. 
^ To th*'iSIi'crlfr\of «^Id Counly— 
Grccllnsj'i' ' 

KdlUi CtilUIre58 v« II. r. ChlldrC8», 
Libbl tor Divorce . - .' >.;• 

Thc'dofcndant 11. F.ClilIdrcnn Is. 
hereby rPQulrcd personally or by at- • 
lomoy, to be and appear aTlho next 
Sypcfjor court, to bo,hcld in anc^ for 



■ ;Z"irh\or widowed mothefln said ccHmiy on ^Iho 3rd Monday la 
». iiiuiiwiui ' "^ , ,, f. , jmiff},. AuRual, .nc.Tt, then arid .thoro -.to 

„ ^ I^ToTi Tn-d^Jlrs:"^^^^^^^^^^ ^'>° Plainlira demand in'.a 

crp<i ncarl.trlm'mid.^Afli'cirlltrd'a^j "Zn^l^^j and vm laid to rest In the nrUoa-of oompb.nl 
waa .cmio^knd P-l brooch Tt'^- ,.,„.„nt HI., ccmc.ery Tueaday T e J ';-s^^ tl.e^^ U< 



golri^ away ^own ^ of daj^k bM, muo one wa. only two wpcka oW. i^^r^''^. ''^f* 



Uonorablo M^sci 
said court, lhJj» 



auqubtIj'iwt 



LafTcta with whit<) hat, 5I0VC8 aoi 
shoes. .1^^ 

The ^I'i<in ia the altraclivo daugh-j 
ler nf Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Shattuclf, 
while Ihr (rroom in a popular and 
cnlcrprisinK yoilng allorney of the 
local har. boinK a tnein^)cr of Ih^ 
llrm (if Shalluck 8 ShaUuck. 

Afler llie ceremony a delicloua Ice • 
coursi; wn.s served by .Misses Hulli 
and Minnie I.oe Shallurk, sisters of 
the bride, ami MUse.s Mary Jewell 
.Mir.c qnil Mar'ganrl i'allon. ^ 

Many Rifts were rereived, amorfg , n- 
Which were silver, cwl gla.is, linoiw'^L^J I. ! - ! ..].. ! .- ! - ! -- ! - ) - I - l - l - 
I furniture and a b.-auliful set of- a- gj )n-y U) report <to"(lcalh of lilU 
liiminuin cookinK iiL<<nsils 

Afler a brief weddi 
Mrs. Shftttuek will be 
Ihcir friends on Cherokee Ave 



2lBt. day -of June, 1917. 

J. I>. UOWLAMJ. Clcrk- 



j I'lio lllllc daughter of Mr. 
Mt\. Tom J?niitti died Friday 
laii lo resl in Uic Lal'"ayellc ccmo 
lety BaUirday. 



CATLETT 



A line Kiel was lM)rn lo Mr^ 
Mrs. M. I,. Ci)oi)cT Thursday morn 
Ing. Mr.t. Ilnherla Hilbo. of Chioka 
mauKa i.s speiidinK/lJ;i»-»Tock wl 
I bom. Mrs. K.mma Cooper of 
I'lisl spent Sunday wilh j>er_*«m, ^', 
L,j _Co«jier._„_. 



.'I . LlDcI for Divorce ^ 

I State of Oeorgifi, Walker Counly. ' 

^' , Xo the Shcrirr of said County—', 
anu — , , ' ■ , 

Greeting: 

Hugh Hickcy vs Willie Uickey.XJ- 
bcl for Divorce. V *• 

The defendant Willis Hick^' Is 
.^.j^^H-H-i-i-H-H-H- I'croby n.-quircdi.fh«onallyor.hyal- 
«««••••. - torany, lo be and. appear at the neiL . 

J. Superior coui-*, 'o bo held in'and for 
• -ai.i coihj*yJ,"oi'. the 3rd Ivjonday ici ' 
-I ' I ' 1 ' I T •^"PV*'' next, then and there to, an*-.' 
ufcr UiQ Plaintins-dcmancJ in aa.no-'.;^ 
.„„,,a - ,^ .,. . "on of complaint. ' , . ^ ' 

■?^ rio Mr and \^^^\ pl^l-'-'^^T'T^" HtUe one pa.«- witn«,.. the • Honorable Mdse» 

home in- f K "f 'i:' ''f^'?':!^f ^'"■" Wnght. judge of the said court,' lhi» 
le ai iiomc .mi ^^ Heaven Thursday-jjlghl lo mec 

Its/ [artier, mother aojl little twi 

bA> per and aupl, oil w)h) had Ron 

on I Just a few months ahea^ Tli 

dc^) lllllo one was laid' (Way to it 

resting place Friady liflomo' 



Hi 

In [cinlirc cemetery. Hcv. H, S. for 



conducted Iho funeral icnricc 
bereaved family^ bftY^.Uio *ym 



'',♦' .'. ^ V * "-T* ;;^ -^ v-v vi.;.,~i„ , Aumini.-arntor'a Solo 

rvr.LfmiX;I"t)n tolVOnCE.'^^J <;forgia..WftJker Counly 

iUte of Georgia,' Walker Qouhl^gJ ' "y virtue, of^sn -order fro 
/To/lho-BhcrilT' of/Bald cot^nijg ^^..I."''!.?,? ^?"'"S ?f sa'd coun 



8Ut« 
2To 

Oreednsr: ;'■ 

. ' Gen'., U.'.Cra'wforfl ^>iv;.;jr'"vv ^,- 
Crawford, ilbel ■ fm- ■DtvOl'pO.y,!^!^.^ 
.^Tho ilcl^cndant,-MftUlO GACraww* 
Is hereby required .j)pr«TiTi»llyii 
ailomey. • lo bo «»^d>'*Pbeait; ^Vi^ 
next 8uperi<^r'conrft/,V>\W*,eU 
and for suld co\inly;',9Klhft.ft'g,N 
day in- Augxisty ncxt,*lh*ti^*na',tH« 
to'«n!(wer;tlie rialnturiWer-"* 
kn nrtlf/n'6f t<5inpIalilV^li*M 
ij. Wiinc»*'--lh«;-iHt}nc>t;ir*^'^ 
Wriglit, Juflg» olUit^ najd 




43 



•^Ihe 

.,. , trind 

sta^e, will bo sold before the court 
I10U80 door, in the town offXaFay- 
<lle, said state and counly, on the 
(Irsl Tur8<Ioy in Augusl nexl, wllhiu 
llio-legnl hours of sale the. follow- 
ing described pronerly"U)wit:' Two 
(■2) city lola jn liin Warlh'cn addi- 
tion to the City of LnFaycUo, s&IJ 
counly, ono lot fronting west' -on 
("lovcrnnienl pike one hundred and 
(ho fee" (105), and running back 
two hundred and ten feet (210) to a 
ten fool alley", and continuing East- 
wardiy two" hundred and ten feet 
(210) lo a forty foot street, Ihcnco 
South ma "hundred and five feel 
(tai) to north, lino of P. C. Ward- 
law's, lliencn' ■westeHy along north 
linrt of said P. C. Wardlaw's two (2) 
Iol4 lo government pika^ thc^ncc 
north one liundrcd and .live feet 
(lOG) to beginning noinl, conlalninR 
ono aero mo|« or less on which is 
situated a nice dwelling, harn and 
oul bousos ond known as tho-M. C. 
Wardlaw residcnrja properly. 

Terms of iialc: Half rnsh, 
mainder duo one year 
flalouith f) pflr cent 
dale,* will, ,irivilegr« 
paying oil r,^h. This July Ji, ^917 

J.H. HAMMOND Admr. < 
" M. C. WAUDI^W, boccased. 



ZlsL day of Jgno, 1917. 

J. I* JlOWLAND, Clcrjt. 



. ■ Libel for Dlvtatw .•' •" 
Sfalo of Georgia, .Walker County. 
. TO' 1^0 , Shrill of Bald, County-r- 
^r«c|lng: ■,.n • . v ,-■ . • . 

nobcrl Jollcy va WlUio^Jolley, Li- 
bel "for pi vorcc- • -,. .'" 

^10"''' dcfondanl' Willie, 'foUe/, l^- 
bjsroby^cqulrod'personally of by at-?, 
tomcy, to- be and appear at the oerV 
'Supcriof-courU to bo held ia.andiof^ 
said <;ounly, Jdn the 3rdr Monday Iix 
August, p?]it,|hcn and there. to ansr" 
wor Ihb PlainlilTs demand la aiV"^ 
action of coraplainU ■ .'.,- 

.-Witnfsa- rthe" Honorable .,Mosa%' 
Wright, Judge of the said courir Ihla 
Zlitj day <*f June, 1917. ■ , ■ -• 

, J. L. nOWLAND, ■Clcrt.,? 

-LIBEL FOR nrVOftCK ■ '.-:■,;• 
Stale of Georgia Walker County. "V 
^ To the Bberiff. of Bald countr-*- 



€■: 



Greeting: 

Geo.- If. , Grnwford vk' MalUo 
Crawford;-Lihel for.I>i\-ort«,»"<. ; 

The defendant, Mallie C, Crawfot^JJr'' 
is hereby remiircd personally or-lijtl 
wtlomey, to be and appear al'thJf' 
iiwsxl Superfor courl» in bo heldvia'i 
;»nd for said-rountr, on the 3rd MJrrn-i'"*. 
day in August, nc.xK Ihcttand ihhrtiH 
to answer the Plainti/Ta demand liLi 
a^; Action 'of complaint. V' ■'■j.'-.-'s^yl 
■ \VltneiW',lho Hortoni'bl0,''li(o«c4- 



ji -WltneiW ^Iho HortonibIo,''B(o»cA- 
.... ...o.. .,- Wright, Juilg«oriho said cocaijUiii-; 

inlcrost^from ^'-.^ .^^^ B OWLAWip, ,Crcrkr;gi 

.-ofpurchiwjcr " ■ ' - ' ■ " ■ ' ~' ' «». 



AXJOUST 10, 1917. 



^i'i^m^'mmh 



"DNCLE BOB" HIKKLE 



Thh WOW. will unvnlVlKo:m^|.^;i/;i:V'j>ifi^E£ilAN^ 

After a brlof Illness, "Uncle Dob i'yiiftt,lon to osMsl woimu 
lluiklc. 08 ho was famUl»rly know-n iji(j -in-.thlirunvoninR 0:^1 




toi-^nnTd^th he -as -JIT-ycart^f, VSTfco'age.of «7 " aflef'-*' WiitJ 

knofln ln.lho co"_nl3f;.'5"i*W;'i»??Jd ,^0 «,„». 6. d.^of Chlcdtro.'iJitt'J:?^'?;^ 
limber and mineral lnfo^c?U • . 6fl] " p.^lclcamauCT.' and fflJr<l*'>«1it#f«.l 



Lookout MounUln 
comes 88 a shoclj 
friends In the county 



n-H-I- -I-H-H- -l-W-H-I- ^H-H« ' 
i- + 

•i- l.(,\\V00l) L(»CA1^ 4* 

I .l;ii-k Slnvi'ii.ton, nflop n liiiKi'rini: 
'illnn!<.<( of flv(v moiUlpS pa.ssi'd cuiicL- 
'^IX-ljiUii'bpyniiil 'I'lmrsilu^ nflernnon. 
Ill- \vit^-l*HHTTTo.sFFri(lay oTlvnuion 
ill Uio (;(!iilcr l'oii\l ceini'lory, fvini-r- 
fil aiTvicL's lii'iiiK condui'lcd by lluv. 
Milli(<un 

LEE-TROTTEn 
Miss Ei^io Leo and MrA F. H. 
TrolLer !wore cniiolhr married/ laat 
TliursdiJ^ aftcrnpo^r al 1. o'clock al 
the homi of LhV^rlde. The cere- 
mony "tnis Impressively pcrftirmed 
bjr.lli} V. E. JL BpcACTOAtu .-. .. ' , • ' f 
r Mrs. TroUcr- Is tho .»UrttoUxe 
^dnuglilor of.^r. J. W. Loo, ancfis an 
iBocomplishcd and efllcloDl school 
Uiaclipr, well-knoWn'Jlo-m,Vr(d« circle 
'of .friends In this sbcUOn. ^. 
Trotler.-*s also a teacher by profes- 

The bride vand groom lot^"'immo- 
(llalely after • the ceremony for 
Maryville, Tcnn, where tbcy^ will 
make their future homo. - , .. 



fj ^la^^mS Mis. Marl and.•^^rs-^^^;a;:Fle U,^ 
to,.b«» . «n»Pr chickamauga-/Mrs. n.-U\imrrS} 
AlU)n Park artdiMlsg. Annie ortJhWl 
amau j4.' Funeral ••orvloc«r;^rt;nfl 
Sunday aftcrnoorijUl'ChkkBn^Wyr 
lb6 nAv.'T. FT; Hardin itfndUctWgl" 
ieiVleolt'-J ■Mombcr»>r thevCWeK 
maokavMa»oflW:»()dg;t>',8tteWo*/Wl 



4 



bddfii^taTdllHrWinalilsvlO^ 



I 4, ^ 4. 

I Till' mniiy frionils of Mph. 8. W. 
I I'uri.Hs 8yiii|)alliize with her in Iho 
ifi'ii-nt ilcBlli of luT Hislr.r-ln-law, 
I Mrw^CJi'orKO E. KiuK. of .Mlanta. 

Leave to Bell ' "i;:5'.'^^ 
acorgia-^WalU,er Coxlnty. ' '/T,^ 
1 J, W. Bhloids, administrator df?ti» 
<^»Ulc if L(«h 8hleld<- late <$r"»W 
iooohty, ■doona^'Hl/hM. ^ppllefl" to. the 

uhdonlifnea.rcTr'liave to aell ttferca! 
.e«Ut«'bol6n*%: to »aW , OBUle.. No- 
'llce 1» hwNjby /then.^haU will paiw 

upbn aald>ppilc|illon"»l W;of}co in 
"LaFayoU^ wild coppty,.'on\Uie first 

Monday In Bflptomboi-, next. PJvt*rt 

Undw in^hfi\<l. and oftciM ^iWW 

•UlrMhlilAUB-' A .1»'7- // V 

'Jf-^'^y/^^lX'^hy^U^, 6rdln^..:! 

t + 

4- MT. CAnNKL rf. 

t ' + 

■hf ■ 1 " I; - I " 1 - I - H"H "] { 't-l- M -H 

JTio dcalh of Urytm McWIiortor is 

pretty well known over the county 

M it was in the Messflngcr last week. 

(W« sympalliizo with the bereaved 

fhmlly. 



hiAOMl 

Tlio' wedding Vlls arc ringing in 
EJ^ogan a'p^In at Mr. %V*ltcr Wil- 
IHrna and Miss Mamfc Stonnold were 
h'lppily married- Siturday . night 
N^iiilo onltie>rv.yv,ay- id church, Esfl. 
A I b)' Cooper, "-spcaklnff l''^ ^■°'"*^' 
li lal madQ. them man- and wife. The 
li'ldo, I iiil5i'k."j8 th<J abcond dough- 
llir of Mr-'ftntTrXM^-.W, Slanfleld 
iU Is IV nnfi.-}>Oun(r lady, while the 
00m Is a>on Ot-Mr. and Mrs, Bill 

llIiaiOT and lj»y/lno>^"'^"*^' '"'*" 
,id a huAillriKfarJaftor.^' This newly 

iarrlccl ■ coiipTp'^'BaW^manf friends, 

Iho Join \\n. oTtoi\4fn^'congraiala-' 



u 



UIFAYETTE. OEOROIA, rEIDAt. AUQUBT 31, lOlT. 



t-iWS 



M, H. MAYFIELD GETS 
8-YEAB SENTENCE 



WAS Cy.W ICTKU OK VOLUNTAUY 
MANSUXtCaiTEn ANU RECOM- 
MENDED TO TllE-MEHCY OV 
THE COUHT KOH KILLLNG 
n. L. GIUUS 



JACK WEBB, COLORED , 
.. KILliD AT ESTElk 



'I'lio caao of M. H. Mnyllold charged 
Willi I lip iimriler of 11. L. Gibt)« on 
Dec. Alli. lasl year, was tried T,ll<?8- 
doy ill llio Suporior courl. MftTiy 
wilnc33cti wtTO inlroducod b^ U»o 
bolh sidos, however, the evidence -of, 
Mr. Mayllcld's daughter W08 noL por- 
nulled to be licard before Ihp Jury. 
J. T. Uiggins and liis son, Lamttr 
lliggin.-*. swore Ihal llicy were pick- 
ing cotton in the Held when they sliw 
Gibbs and Mflyncld comlnp • dowii 
lUo road together, and ttio former 
called lo Higgins to como to tho 
fence. HIgginS tbJd Gibbs to come 
over llic fence If ho wanted lo 'see 
him and Just as Gibba stnrfcd/,to 
climb Iho fence, Higglns swOre, 
MayJlcId shot Gibbs. 

The case created much iniorest on 

the part of tho ciliicni of the colin^ 

ty, and tho case took most of tho (^ay 

''iucMlay. Tho Jury camo In T0C8- 

Iday afternoon late with lh9 Vcffllcl 

of voluntary manslaughter wftt» 4 

; recommendation thai tho mercy;', of 

the court bo ex'leudcd the defendant. 

Wednesday morning tho Judge 

paMcd Bentcnco"^ of eight years <*• 

Mayfleld. 



I-tave lo Sell. 

Georgia, Walker County; 
llepry Richardson, adlnini^trator uf 
the C9t:)liM)f Anna .MosrIy.laLe of said 
couiily, dpcoased, lia.s applied lo the 
undersigned for leave" lo sell the reil 
cutatf belonging lo N.iid estate. No- 
lice i.H hereby givi-n that 1 will pass 
upon 8ald application at my of- 
llce in LaKayelle, said county, on 
llii" (lr.<(t Monday in October, next, 
(iiven under my hand and ofllcial 
signature, IhiB Sept. 3rd, 1917. 

W. L. STANSELf^ Ordinary. 



A negro by the name of Jack Webb , i 
waa killed and two whito men and • 
one negro injured Tucaday morning ; 
at. the Entcllc minea. i ' I 

An cnglnft. was pushing a cul (if ' 
cars through the tunnel approaching I 
tho mouth of the minn and tho opffj 
wero derailed in the tunnel bjr .»,• 
piece of slalo which hfttj fallen froW'i 
the roof. ''"MJ" 

Jako Gentry suitaincd a scycrQ in-, j AdmlnlsU-alor'« Sale, 

jury'lo his-Icft leg and was Uken ' Qcurnia. Walker Ccwity: 
to Erlangcr liosplUl in Wann » nfrt*| I „y ^.j^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ q^_ 
ibulancc/ Tlio llg^meriU in hl« Irtl.lc^'J' ,,,„ary'gvourl, of said county,- will be 
rwcfolnm loose. EmmellPofUcr^li ,,,,,,, ^^.^^^^ ^,^^. j^^jrlhouse doer, in 
|lc«-WM broken in thrco plac««,ftiJd V,^.„ ^^ LaK;.yelte. said state and 
iwiw amputated. Ik.rd.-ra ^».^'°';^ county, on the llrst Tuesday in Oc- 
iGcWgo Bloncr wan Ukcn lo l^o i 



jliOsplUJ In • louring car >nd left 
i»0oo after receiving IreaUnenL for 
Ucalpyounda. ■''^■■''lA 



LcUrrt ot Admlnl.slraUoo 
Georgia— Walker County. 

Application having been nude iu 
duo form to have J. I.. Rowland ap- 
pointed administrator of tho ogtato 
of T. M. Johnson, lato of said county, 
deceased, notice is hereby given that 
I will pass uiion said aiiplioation at 
my ofllco In I.aKayette, said county, 
on Iho first Monday in Bcptombcr, 
next. (Jiven under my hand and 
onicial signature, this Aug. 0, 1017. 
W. L. 8TAN8ELI>, Ordinary. 



lober. next, the following described 
property to wit: Ten (10) shares of 
tho Union Cotton Mill stock. To be 
sold as tho property of W. F. Allison, 
late of said county, jlcceased, for the 
purpose of |>aying debts and distri- 
bution. Terms of sale cash. This 
Sept. 3rd, 1917. I 

W. W. S. MYEns. A.lmr, | 

W. I'. ALLISON, Dece.isod. I 



L«:ltcn< of Adnilnlslralloa. 

Oenrxia, Walker County: 

Ap()lication having been made in 
due form by A. A.' Styles to have' 
Whit Hise api)oinled administrator 
upon the estate of D. H. Styles, lato^ 
of said county, deceased, notice is 
hereby given thai said application 
wIll-bo.pil"^6d upon'al my Ofhco oni 
the nrst Monday ln( October, no)il.< 
Given under my hand and ofndal .^ 
signature, this BcpL 3, 1917. 

W. L. BTAW8ELL, Ordinary. 



45 



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7^/7 



«irrt3aKwBjcii,"i9i7. 



iidirilnlHlralor'A Sale. 
Georgia, jWaUtT CoutUy: 

Uy vir.iio of an order from the 
Courl of Ordinary will bo »old be-' 
forr lli"^ Court house door in ^Ibe 
ilown tif LaKayiitle, said county; on 
Ibc llrsl Tuesday in October, nexl, 
Ihn folic wing' d<'8crlbcd real cslalo, 
towll: )iie Iruct of land, lying and 
tK'ing In .tbc 7lli <li:)l.ricl and Alb sec- 
tion of U'alkcr Coiinly, Ga., and bc- 
inti 50 aW one.half acres more or 
loss of 1 )ls of land Nos. 211 and 212. 
JO acre! ofl of lot 211, 2rt acres being 
on the i ast side of Nil No. 212, aiifl 
known lis the Wilso Uoss lol of luml, 
and 30 i crus are Mnpwn aa Ibo Wll- 
burn \y 111 lands, a3<T is bound on the 
south by Iho lands of Barttn (ipd Ore. 
on the Must by land of Mar\ia Orr, 
on the 1 brWi by tbc land of Eiftory 
'riiomaij and on the cast by the land 
of Tlioi ias. Also, one.half acre cast 
of Ihc i tiad, fully described In deed 
from O 10. Thomas lo \.. M. Hbi.-lds. 
[•'or bel.cr and more complete de- 
scriptici'i, 800 Cliaiii of titles in Ordi- 
nary's I ''nice. 8<;ld ns the property 
of Mrs. I.,oah SIHcIcis, deceased. 

Uy J. W. S1IIEI.D3. Adinr. 

I of Loah Shields, decca.sed. 

Term' I of sale, ccsh. , ( 

W.fl.PiTKORafiJ£D : 
lORHIfifi 



Lcllcm of Adminlstrallon. i 

Georgia, Walker County: 

Application 'havinf; bean .mado in 

due form.by'A. A. Styles to hiivo 

Whit Hlso; appointed «dminislrrtior 

MS hisielb' "PO" the estate of D. H. Styles, ^ta 

is to iiike. of said county, deceased, . nolico \h 



+ KKN6CVCT0N + 

Till- PiuioiinriMnent and approhch- 
iii(,' marringe of llev Wilson J. Cul- 
pi'|)|'er, (if Smyrna A 
jom-s, (if .Nim-nsla. w 

nia.e S,.pi,.„,l...r 'JO, will i,e of mucli hereby given' that said applioaUon 
InliM-esl lo liiH many fricnd.s in this n i j . /v, 

' "^ will bo passed ui>on nl my offlco on 



covinly. 



passed ui>on nl my 
the first Monday ln( October, next. 
Given under my hand ' and ofnclal 
slgnaturo, this SepL 3, 1917. 

W. L. STANSELL. Ordinary. 




HAs-s— tl<;kkh 

Kri'Miilo in Ihc roiinly ot Mr. i".. 

\\w*< will be iiileri'sleil in llie fol- . 

lowing iirwn |l<m. wliieli appeared _ , " 

in Siiliuilay afliM-iKHin's i;iiallan(X)ga ' I,«ave-lo 8clL 1 

■''''•^m'U Mnrjnrie Tiuker. .langl.ter Gf^-s'^Wilkor County: 1 

of Mr. and Mi.h. 1>. A. Tucker, of Henry jtichardson, ndministralor of 
l'>.'ihiM(l. I'cnii.. kiKl (^ipwlcs 0. liiiss.lho cslateof Anna Mowly.Iato of said 
of l.al-i.yetle. (;i^ji,-<e duietly mar- county, deceased, has applied" to Iho 

[,::' ^'^^s*, %\ ' i;i'..;;- -.''-•i^r' 'r 'r^ f? "" y" "•' 

man. Only a few close (rn-wU „ii(|0»l«lo belonging to said estate. No- 
relttliven wilnes.sed I lie reri'iiii>iiy.llco Ifl.hcroby given that I will pass 
Mr. Hill) Mrs* Hma U'U iniin.-dint.-ly upQ^jj^jj application at my of-" 
for H south.Tii Iriii, and on llieir re.^- • , Tj.F.volto. said ' ftoiinlv •ot' 
lurn will reside in l.n|-nfelle. \v1mmv'o« '«>*'. •yo^^O'.**'" ©ouniy, on 

the (ir»l Monday in October, noxU ' 
Olvoh lintlcr my hand and' offlfclal 
slgnR^Oro. Ihbs Sept. 3rd, 1017. ' I 
>...;;'\V.U STANSELL, Ordinary. I 
lu; miB. i.uL|ii. urccn, Mary A. 
Scott, Ctiarles ... Sco^t, Thomas A, 
Scott. Henry 8< oU, Joe I,. Scolt, Sid- 
ney Scott, Alicli McCutchen, John II. 
Scott: 

Mary A. Srotl and Lizzie A. Scott, 
having opplicd for probalo in solemn 
form rit the la It will aiiil lesLument 



I he briilcgfTxini is ent.iiged in luisi 



?i!.?J^7,l^''^- d* «redtlio:partr on Is 
rcMimtripr until Z'M Bundar {norn- 
rmm-^hf'H'''iJ?"^V<;<l Bt the dock* 
fron\ '.Yhfchr thor- dcpartodJ:-T5fr, 

guest* pas^oiitovdiuie (r«n/p|«n)c 
V"/!?/'^ Whi^V."'^ flnd,felLrn&T/,o' 
fell -W»«4iot Jfcep water ho- Wfl» 
■c«jjg|,tTn Iho^bargfl and h/» body 

Sunday afl^moon, , - - - - ■ ■ . 

_Mr.Payno.hftd won thn frieitdahjp 



UALI.— KANK 

.Mr. iiiiil Mr.s, Henry lUill aiiii.iunc 
llir iiiari'iage of ilicir ilmiKliler; 
Ksllia. lo SnrKen ir>f!V]or 'riiinna.s 
K. Kaiii'. of NewU^-k, Momlay at- 
ternnon, Sept. lOtli., at Challanoogn, 
Tenn. 

.SiirKl'anl-MaJor Kane is i»LaLionoil 
at l-'l. Oglethoriie nl prosenl, and i.s 
a iiopiilar and liighly e.sleenicd ofTl- 
ecr^of Iho UniU-d Stales army. Mrs 



!^r :::rZ''onne;;^s!"';^..re;?^.d of /^->: E. I^oU, or said county, 



conginlulallons. 



On acco\ml of Iho dnatU of Mrs. 
,,\ilair of New York, niece of Mrs. 
I\. G.' Warlhen, the Wm. Marsh 

Chapter. D. A. K. met with Mrs. J. IC 

I'alton Inslend'of with Mrs, N, G.'and aincar at, (ho courl of ordinary 



and "for the uji tioinlmCnl of T. Fos- 
ter McKnrlanl, as odministralor 
with will annc le<), you, and each of 
you, o-s heirs !!l law of said Sidney 
E. Kcnlt, are f ereby reijuired Ui be 



I'aiLoa msiena 01 wiin nr; n. o.-ano ujucar aL.iuo couri oi ordinary 

W^rthen Salurdoy . oftcrnoon. , All for said count' on Ihc ifrsl Monday 

mooting the chapter decided U) lum- j Oriohep lol^ wimn sniii nn>,iir-n 

ish comfort kits for the Walkcr " "<;'"'"^'^' '";■ '^l •="«"'.'' »l'l"'cn 



r*. .Iiicobs, 
('... beloved 
founder of 



|»dj*«(<*m of manifc couMr people! 
Jnir-bflcn lit allcndaucB jai the 



fiavt 



Walker SupcHor court* fpr «;nmn- ■ 
per of years. ^ . .^'■- 1 '/> I' 
^ Funeral icrV|c<^ tfere fietd^e*? 
ncsday morning." His body Wan-takeo ' 
to Woqnsockol. R. 1, for InlermcnL )l 



counly soldier boys. 

•r ii "I* 

4. ^ ^ 

llie ileal li nf Df. \V. 

Tiii'sclay, at Clinton. S. 

edui-aMii', miiu.sler uiid 

tlie Tliornwell Orpliaiingc. will In 
|re;i,| Willi deep r.-grel |iv manv l.a- 
|l'''>''llei pie. 

I Millowiiig US llie iinnounrenient of 
Hie wedding: 

•'Mr. and Mrs. I>rWllt C. Ingle an- 
nomue llie niarnnge of llielr daugh- 
ter. I'.arrie, lo .Mr. S. W. h'ariss. Jr., 
second lieutenant L'. S. It. The cere, 
nioiiv li/ok place Saturday nfliTOOon, 
S^'pleniher 8, IUI7. at :t:30 o'chM'.k. at 
the home of the bridi-'s parents. 



lion for prolialh.and oppointri>cnl of 
adrtiinislralor ..with will annexed 
will be 'heard.! pis 'S4>pt. ,1rd, 1017. 
■ W. L. si ANSEI.L, Ordinary, 
wl Ikor County, iicorgia. 

^■ I 1 I I M - I - H I i I II- 1 - M - I - 



•I- 

+ 
-I- 

Ih 



LiNWOOD LOCALS 



h-H-H-I-5-H- 
niiie.tiiorttliR-oli] bebv of Mr. 
and Mrs A. J. Beilford dieil' M..nilny 
iiiKtil of last week and wa!< l.uil lo 
renl Ml I he I.nK.iyelle ceiimiery on 
llie followiiiK day. If look a se'sere 
f whonpiDK coiifli some lime 



li;;.?;:i:v;;™*;p ■•'''■•■''■» '■""i:«"''"'orS^^^^ 



6 



9/j-/h/7 



JOHN SMITH KILLED 
BY WIFE MONDAY 



•!■■ ! ■ M ■! I' M I ' I I' l ^■ ^ ^^•^^H-r. 

♦ + 

+ UiMVOOD LOCALS + 

+ 4 

■Mi I'M M I M '? - H-4-H-^ 

I I am .'ppnilitiK IMs wcok with my 
frionil Mrs. J. 11. Poirartf; of 8um- 

■tHorvillr. 

r Lnit 'nnirsdaT rvcnfng Iho Boy' 

"^Goodl.* cntcrUincd al Iho Com-] 
Tnonlty linunn. Ouilo & crowd wopc| 
prcsciU and a dpRTCfl of Tcndtrfool 

,wn8 conferred on qiillo a number 

;of I he boys. Mr. I»robn«<?o address- 
*il Ihcm on how lo bo Roottciliicns. 

'He made a 8lronK«pppnl lo Ihcm lo 

I Ke honest and truthful, and Pr. Un- 
derwood talked intercsllnply on how 
lo keep Iho iKidy fTvjLhenllhy condi- 
tion, lie nlso told iTie^hoys lo re- 
member their Crcator.in Ih cdays of 

,lhelr Toxilh. 

I Mm* MllloMae Hanlv died al the 
homo of Jier parents, Mr. and Mrn. 
Chaji. OosseU r'riday and was buried 
Dl Villanow Balurday.' iSho had 
hern sufTerin* fof several monlhB 

.from « compUcallon of diseases. 



' OBITU.MIY 

Wellborn Smith was the son of J. 
P. and Mrs. Hoxana Siiiilh. Ho was 
bom at Cedar Grove, Ga, July 31, 
1871, died at Shrcveaport, La, June 
15, Ipn. He profeMcd religrion and 
joined the Baptist church when a 
-young man in follegc al Guilford, N. 
C, and lived a faithful christian life 
to the day of his death. Ho was a^ 
member in good standing of Iho 



CAH STIUKE STILL O.N IN CIUT- 

TA.N0OG.\— THK ROSSVILLE 

U1-ST.\TE COUIUEIl .MAKES 

miST AHPEAIIA.NCE 



Ilossville, Ga,. Sept. 17.— llcporl 
Ireaclieil Iuto eaUy Monday morning 
of ttin killiinf of Mr. John Smith, by 



SVoodmen of the World. He was [Ins wife Mrs. Salllc Smith, a farmur, 
w -i-j v.. ii,« ,^■.,^o■. „iih iia hio-hpst' "I'oul K' years old and resided about, 
buncd by Ihc order «ah its highest i,_^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ iiossv.lh,. TUc' 

tionors. I killing was at the Smith home about 

He left hero souic 10 or 18 years o'clock Monday morniiiK. 'Ihc ri 

,^\ I i^nrl la I Ji n ! f\^\ »5iin,lii*» nv 



Born last 'I'liiirsday lo -Mr. anrt 
I Mrs. Deed Surretl, n lilllo /jj>»)fTilor, 
I who |ias been named MaryTrancis. 
I ■ ♦ t . -f 



ago." After spending somclimo lu Ok 
lahoma, ho selllcd in Louisana. Ho 
began life llierfas an oversebf on a 
farm. Al his death ho owned a, half 

. interest in the farm, the slock, tools, 
cotton gins and other, properly Ihat 

'it loplt lo run a farm of 1 iOO acres. 
\Vellfaora did all Uiia by pluck and 

'energy.- He was a man of (Ino intel- 

jlccL,;vw:lI. educated, polished man- 
ticrsMhO clean habiU. He did nol frcl 
liim^tbOcBUBc of evH docr«, but by 

-"exftmpl0.^1rlo(l lo lead Ihcm lo a 
liigUbt'Ure; noliner was ho-«nviou8 

■»ignl*rtlhe ■'Workers of iniquity, ho 
trusted "In Iha'-Lord and did good. 
.FroAt-TChlldbood bo seemed to coni- 

' mil »»*» way-Hiilo God, feeling that 



port IS that on Sunday eveninK .Mr 
Smith n;ado a llireal that In' was k'o- 
ing to have satl.Hfaclion over a dis- 
puled matter about tin- misplacc- 
mcnl of Ins bank book with his wife. 
It Is said tlint wlicii Mr. Smith en- 
tered the room of his wife Monday 
morning that it wa.H in a tlinrntcninK 
manner and that his wife picked up 
a revolver and shot her lumb.ind. 
Tho only eye wilne.sa was a daugli. 
tcr so w(i are informed who is a- 
boul IG-ycars old. Mrs. Smith was 
later arrestod by Constable J. 1'. 
Tucker, and brouf^lil to Ilossville. 
wlicre hhn has since been under 
guard. The commilLul trial will 
probably be Tuesday, and l)rf(ire 
Esmilrff D, H. Hixoii. The remains 
of Wr. Smith, 11 Is said will lie in- 
tored Tuesday at Mission IIkIki" cein- 
elery. 'I'so family has several rliil 



iui» Ji"» ■""/ ^..^^ -,-,-, --^ " , ,|(iren somo of whom are married. 

..be-VOUld briOK lllo pas«. UIS Uiq UoK, pnrlies are w(tll connected. 

'wifi^air 'smilos, all- sutijhina, ho The SIrnct car nlnke of the Chat- 
' -aeprtfed. to never see ajiy: dark: side;" l"";'"*?" /Railway ^ Light (k.mpany is 

■ "'.,.' " A : i...,I ^.-^r.^y.r^A'^ «li" being actively conto«ted by 
, .16 -Ur*,- he. scorned to lovO everybody. ^^^^^ ^-^^^^"^ (.^^s are being operated 

■ and eVcrybOdy seemed lo love him. by non-union men. Sunday aftcr- 
^Ho Wis Ibo bcsl'nalurCdrtian from noo'n when a Chickamnugn Park 

uiiii. ^,1 T o.-on bnnnr 1 dniiht if ho Car was Tolumlng from the Park 
^childhood I everkncw I doubl If no^^^l through Uos.sville, and 

had an enemy on earth. Hia iipany •- " "; 

lrload8r»nd bis wonderful success 
as 8 bpsincsfl man. speaks for his 
lifelfibre than wo arc able t« wrllo 



»im JlttlBlllR miuUBii iiuo.Tiii';, "iiu 

Jufll after pasglng to tho Tennessee 
side, it Is said Ibal the car was be- 
ing showered by brick bats, and Ihnl 
while this was going on one of Iho 



. _. , ,7 "7 .""'" ZZrt^ guards on Iho car bred his shot g^m 

yel.'wo delight in doing honor 10|[„^^, ^,,^ largo crowd that wbr gath- 

•-«ucli alifo'Bi was WeW) Smith's. , i orod, above Iho beads of crowd a» 

Tt»o Lord knowelh the uprjgKl, i he said, ona of the /hqta Uking of- 

-^^^^^ 

'^*TC^,.T^Iark,lhe perfect man and be- ^^ gorrcil,.; 'Fumiluni ifflrp.- Mf. 
fhold tho upright foe the end of that jjaves Waa bllby Ibroo of tW.MiotB. 
J irail Is peace. Such was the end of one. hilling. him in Ihn- forcbcaif, jJio 

Webb, smith's Short but -eful life, olher^ahodin^h-o-yh^^^^ 
•.Wl>cn Ihc summons came he was ^j^^^j^ ^^^ ^.^^jj^^^ ^^^ ^^^ norlous. 
j.Tciidy. Ho laid dowri his labors hero 'n,o car afUr Ibo shooting miido Its 
Jitfonlcr clcmat rwt in lhall)lC88cd run on.lo^ho oily where lli(^ guard 
■iJlL.where his pleasures will never wa.ph.c^eci -cler^an.<^who^afler 
I nioro bo disturbed. > fore Ihc court, : • 

V To his people, weep not. Pcjolce -|^ev.^ x -ncmard Tallenl. who hB« 
rtiml be (fRld, Webbis ol real. Jusl-bncn raslor of the Kirst Bapllsl 
fhold to'GOd'B unchanging hand and church at noasvUlo for threo years 
J !i» ^„„) i,1rr, oD^in A~:t W has tendered bis resignation to Uko 

jjrpu Wirt mcel him a^ain. A.' l. "•"'■^.^^^^ q^^ , - ,917. Hro. Tallenl (iM, 

■ " " ■ accepted a call lo Ibo Bapllsl church 

al Douglassvllle, Gh. The church 
and town regret.8 very much to (rive 
up Dro. Tallenl, as ho has -flono '• 
great work hero. In bis Church, and 
made a • splnndid cUiierv fof ;UiP 
town. . ' *■' 

' II W.1S Willi much sorrow that wO 
learned of tho death of Mr. w n. 
Pftyne of Chattanooga,- who loBt nU 
Ilfo by drowning- In the T/rnesson 
river at Chatlanoogn. The- funeral 
which was held at his lalo residence 



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MRS. J: C. CLEMENt^ 

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OlEo'^TUtn- POilfr. AT TRANS 

''■ 18 fRuftViVibD bV A no^ W /:- 
' V nEtA-nvits and fiuends 

•^>r-'-Vv:J ^- • ■;:•■; ■''■:; '„^ 

'-Tlio deilh oV'Mrt; J..O,"aeinonL>o( 
Tnin«,>,«t J2:30 Thin»rfay*taorliin?, 
con)e»;M^a;*.dlstlncL uhckk. la. her 
m«ny,'>«I»llvw ttid- friond»:'ln • the 
countf/:; 8h* hid been. Irt dccllhlnir 
^Mtb |<^.»om«V Uirie vbut'^a./flvr 
j!^^U-jii«t>^' «h»; wa»>blll«ai' .ca th* 
che«l;:W.*:jpfdor.. ' •nd V, temf>Ilc8- 
UoniJWi fip resuIUny Iti blood^pol»^ 

'of hPr^dnalh/ f^ ■-';>• >.-->V'r-?;^./ - : J 
r.vMrt/ Clcmoht ; wm 'i»?;TriTm«n of: j 
Kcfllnir'' rIiar»cl«r,-po8»«i8)nK .Tiro 
rb»nn» of p<ir»onftUty,'Bndwa»r?nich' 
laved by vnU^^'ho Jincw ber^She'; 
will bo DK>urnr»d.by'|i wido;clrcIo 4)fj 
*rftl)»livp« and. /rlondg. " .•; ■, '; "a'; V 
i^vSho fa aunrfved by her- hU9l)«ndv - 
rrdnr.dauKhters,. Mrs. L<*«tcr Kellb,' 
of nomo, Mr»:,FraQV Pr)cn;of Tran«i'', 
Mr»,D.'. F,^ popo and •MiiW^XUioI- 
CIertienl and ivo «on»,LuUier andi 
Blljf -ClcmenU; also b/. two sistort- 
Mra-.W/ F. TarvlQ, of •Bos*vllle,:»oa 
Mrs, J; M. Ooodon, ofCblCksmauga^ , 
and- Ulrw' bfoUiera, B.^'T/,- r><jTO, ori-' 
Vlllanow, 8. M^LQvc^of i>«lton,«nd*; 
Tom Love,"0f Xycrly. r A>'[;.>o'-i;Vd'.;. 
■^ Funeral servicen willM ftcldFrt'*?K 
"Ay.njomln4t;*t- 10 o'clock .'at/feant-!^; 
ArmuchPff cbureh.; Iqlcnncnt-viylH -^ 



ir)«orHv Walker County'i- "vi '-••.»'.;^ 
T^tJy virtue Of an. orOc* fromOMilP 
ipwin'hry'e ctmrl, . ol eald , oouoly. 
vijll V "•o'd iit'fofo • .ibo' covirlhoTW 
idpo^ift'ibo lo«fn of iJalriiyollc, aald 
j|taWahd cfiunly, on Iho flrsl i Tuca- 
Wty Ip Oclobfr, noxC-flTo followlpif 
iijfscrtbcd properly, to wl I; , ' 
^i^facws of Uieti^rlh ,b»U of lol of 
Slnhd ■?{<>: 281 in lli(i. Mlh disCrlcl. . and 
■^^ Kclion of \Valkcr>»unly, Gcor* 
•kft v'Boldna :th6 (iropcflyCorJkF. 
Slf »i»*rty, 4 at 6 . ot aal d ' toVi nly J <!<>. 
^j^tt><t foil.lhfc purpOflo otffayiOE, 
jl^bU amJ.for dlslrlbvillon.- ':'■/* :.:^ 
5SjiT«tn>V'0C'»»'«<^»l>- Tb la' Sept 3," 

mi^^.-.:y '■'■ -r.:^ 

>aJ^*AV. arM^TSnS, Adraf,>:.» V 

■ :<2r.'-v ; or d; f. xi.sdeb itI vT 

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loiters of AdmlnUlrallon. 
Georgin, Walker Counly: 
. Apiilicalion havlnB lx;cn inado In 
due form by A. A. Styles to have 
Wliil Hiso appointed administrator 
upon the csUle of D. II. Stylos, lata 
of said county, deceased, notice is 
i hereby given that, said application 
wUl bo passed upon hi my onicn on 
the first Monday ln( October, next. 
Given under my hand and ofilcial 
signature, this Sept. 3, 1017. 

W. L. STAN3ELL, Ordinary. 



5;^»ik^,Cojmhri >- ■, ' >i^it^' 
timKih""6t ia ■prdot'. ^ f com N IbA 
ii^A^ Ofdlnjary .t« ill jW; .'.aoW .bt- ,, 

iU«, 4itld,'*olinljt4,.^J 



Leave lo SclL I 

Georgia, Walker County: 
Henry Ulchardson, administrator of 
Iho eslatcof Anna Mosely.lalo of said 
county, deceased, has applied lo the 
undarelgped for leave to sell Uio real 
eslatcJMilonging lo said estate. No- 
tice is ficreby given Ihal I will pass 
upon said appjioatlon al my of- 
fice In LaFay6Uo, said counly, on 
the first Monday- in October, next. 
Given under my hand, and olllolal 
signature, this SepL 3rd, 1017. 

W.^L. 8TAN6ELL, Ordinary. 



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!>. ••. AdraIl>l»tmU>r"i.8«Ic.' •;, . t 
lOfOfttliv '>y»J,'^«, Connlyt«X "-' '*^1 
U By^vlriu|f^f ah order from Urt'Otv 
;dl<)^S"©owrC.tit8«Id «<jjpiy. -wiUlM 

Sbld"o«^<x:^' lb (>.cou rlbou3«^ docr.jto 

tdvnt'iot t*t"ggrelle. sald-.aUto :»nd 

ttwhtj^Z-oh OMhttrst -Tueiday.in jCXw 

lo^^imt,' Uhj foUoirinir <»«cj^l*d 

property lt>iVrv-:Ton:f(iO}«uuti^.*t 

fijo-UM6»^Wtoa;«UI^rt6ct!RT^^ f, 

aoldMtbe'l|iropettTQtw;F:Allbi4iC " 

UU<6liilJd«Mnlx,d*C<»8<<TolnU» ''''■'"'ly K'"av(>ynr(l Monday nflrr 
• ' • "<'"n ahoul 3 o'clock. Her p.nslor, 

ipo, ronouclcd llie sor- 

aerravrd family havp 

sympathy of all in this hour of 



1-1-1 i I I I 1 I I I I 1 I 1 M-1-4. 

t + 

•i' DViM CRKEK + 

T'l I'l I I I' M I i .j. j .i 1mM,.|.^ 
Miss I.ula IlodKors. who has been 
ronllncd U, her bed for scvltsI yer.rs 
with rhpiimatism and Idherculosls 
died Sunday morning ^Jihout o"- 
rlnck. Khn su/Tered a great deal 
hut hope bor siifTermg with chris- 
linn fordtu'de. never complaining at 
what her creator had pnrmlttod her 
(o pnMS thriiUKh. Now while hrr 
wrecked romnlns lie under the silent 
^o<ls at old 'I'rlnlly cemetery her 
spirit is basking In the eternal hliss 
of heaven, with Invcrr ones gone be- 
fore. May her llfo ho emulated by 
Ihose left behind, hnlh relatives and 
friends. She was about Of) years of 
Jler remains were deiHisilod al 



iwl^-t,^^^ vices. The be 



'i*m^^p 



sadness. 



48 



JAMES H. HILL DIED AT 



Lttilcrn or AdtjitnUtrnllorf 

C.rorKla. >VftlWcr tlonniy. 
Application liaviiiK. benn made in 
jnlr Ga On April 2fl. 1883' dun form to have Mr». Ballm-Sm Ih 
mai^lcd'toJohnW. EUbOT-i.ppoUUcd admlnUtratrn upon lli.> 



UDAT, OCTOBER 12, 1W7. IN MEMORY 

Sister El8bfrrT,:nc« Uulbcrt. who 
doparUxl llila Ilfo on Ocl. 7, lUlO, wm 
born Juno 13, 18r>3, was rc4rid In 
Polk cou 

«ho wa» married 1*^..^.... — ,-. ■ . . ^ ^r ,,, , ,„ „f .„i,i 

MIC UnUr ITIIOn i V T. to whom wenrbora nve clMldrcni. MqU; of John O Sb.ai.. Into of sa d 

HIS nOME SATunUAY O^rooboys and iwo girl.. Her hu.-c.,u.Uy, deceased, no , CO m be eby 

. nfW Mymu vniUlluni ^^^^ ,„j ^^^ ,^^ .^i .urvlve bcr. Uivon Ihat »aid application will be 

- ' r • two rirla and one boy. having gone passod upon at my onicc on tbo nn<l 

. on boforc. • '■ , -..'.-' Monday in Nnvcmbor. next. (.Ivon 

WAS A Li;AUINr. CITIZEN OF "Twenty ycara a«o' «he,'«niled wJLh 

E*«t Armuchoe churchjVbero .»h« 
lIvM B bumblii' eowKJcraled chrl»- 
UaS life until de*ih. Her mind w»A »' 
little unbalanced al Uracil but when 
»he -wai at herself ihB'aU-ays favo 
God IM pralsfl:- We believe 8l»tcr 
ElsborryJs now basVIng in the sun 



On.1TTOOGA r,Ol?a-Y— WELL- 

K.M)\VN TO A WIDE CIRCLE 

OK WALKER COUNTY 

FRIENDS 



vipder my band and onicial signa- 
ture. ihuooL- 1-, -Ion. ■ .' .-. . 

W. I.. RtANSEI.L, Ordinary. 



l^ravo lo Soil 

Cietirgia. Wftllter County. 

J. L. Ilowland, adniiiiistrfltor of 

the ««Utoof T.M. Johnaon, late of 

good, nald county, deceased, ba.H applied 



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~ light of Ilia glory. 8h(J was _ „--. . 

" kiiia- neighbor, ever doing what »hc tn Ih? .iinder«ipT30<l for I^avo to ffoTl 
Jas. H. mil, one of tlio most prom- could for the sick In the communllr, (be real ostalo liclonglnK ^o «4id en- 
Incbt ciliiens of CfiHliKT^r^ounly, she loved her cborcb/licr homo and Ule.- NoHjCe-isJhcroby/g^Tcn lljnl I 
and well-known to Vwide circlo of i,cr nolghbor8;wa» » very arfocllon- will "pnss "upon said appliealfon at 



late wife and a iovlnff. indulgmt my olTlco in r-aKayelt/>. said county, 
mother. Oh. how .he longed lo Bee on Uio nrsU Mopday, in ^ovombcr 
her l^- boys- berime good useful ..e^l ,''^r''T'^'\,,^ZruTmi 
cbrlsHaamen,.. ; k: ^'W^ rSi^I^m W^^^^^ 

Our sympalhy goca out to Ibo be- \t->l* W.JU aTA-7^lLH .W4in»ry- 

IW« W9)l. -^0 alarm was caused bylrlevcd onc»,ibul we would say -to ^ 1__ 
.bis iliucss .until about 2 o'clock, iho. busbaml. '»on» " tnd relatives. 



(Iff'icndu in Walker, died almost su 
^■ii(y »l his homo al I.yerly ga X<<r- 
day afUTiinnii. / TTe went to his 
slore as usual Saturday morning, b»»t 
jBtout noon complained of nol fool- 



iwiiea a physician was sunmioncd rMoAjm not for tier M one having DO 



■bOt before the physician arrived Mr, 

IHJll ljad_i>as8rd awfty. 
. 'Mr. iUll-^wns about fifty i>-nars of 
N c, aicd h4d been a merchant for 
liiloutjl<ui ^ears. Ho was a member 
.t>f the XibJiltooga cciunty board of 
[fdndft*i»d.r«vonut kl thij'tlhie of his 
|tHbll>,;.aiT^.was conajdered one of 
ill^ c<>unlt!A- loading cltlxcns.. ■ 
y [rh«;-doC6M(Kl Is survived .by his 
uvlfo*nd.VnQ ton, Archla J^V, HJIJ-, of 
[l.|erlj'','j»n'd ^ono bro|h(;r, AJfohlo'^il; 
Hill, isj Ci)iKf%iDog«,Bnd two afjlflrh, 
lMW'iWii!*.)ijai.'ofj;yorly, and Mrt.' 

'•: l.'fO.TcJn^tiiii^w^e brflUghtlo'Lv 
fF^y tCle M^>nday|-mornkur,- «ttd f dn-^ 
ifbrlJ'-ifrVifi'**, ^pT^ -hft/cf ■•.■ fpbpi • thei 
iBftpd«l*'(!h<^r'ch7-<joA(Jvrt«}d", by ftovTl 
|j»; A,' fW^inot^,-- of -iycrl'y. ". TUej 
iboniiUful -"lloral(.ijffprin|i,' • ^tid the 
Oar«o.^oncOUf*<T'or»Ofrowinjj friends . 
^inil rplillv(5i;fjforij»o?ljf; and OjiSl- 1 
rltxih-a; coUnt^i:'ii8wclL'.iw',7r<5ro:Lft-'' 
' TUo,.,oUt8tft<l,t<);Uj6;J>ltt)-«8l«««^1 



hope; for blcKscd arc Ihcy who die 
in the Lord.",'': ,'•/-■ ..^i 

She wM Iald,lo'r«tJn,iho I':asl.Arr, 
muche*' ccBftei<n^' to »^ait the re«- 
urfecUcn Of the jusi; in the pre#eOcfl 
ot.*; larg«,<oligrc^aion, J- W. fiiit- 
yej "tonduclin* Iho serric**. 4-V; 
•' Mrw f>r-,fcc^OrtflHh, 0* A. Utme^ 



THION NEWS 



:$ 

Mr. J()ne», who died at bis hooM; 
.•It l.aKayello was tiroiiglit bore Motwj 
<iny for burial. Rev. George Morrl»,f 
conducted llie funeral service. :^.\;[ 



fhVlnch:i4r,;4^ijj.*Til>,nfc|d.-,f;^'-,^^ 

'*ii\\c:\\ M». Klll.V«^«-,dovQU)4.'aicm-l 
i./|^iflled' by.lha LaF^yclla Mwonlo 
otvjch, took ehar^'- of, the r«ml*tii»-' 
ufter the sm^)o<«»- fcl tb< *hurolr, ibi', 
b(j Was lald^ for^Hl ' hi 'ib»5 toOjkV. 
I emetors with'fan;Mas9nlo- riles. »nd 
honors. .' • -•> ,'• • , . ,' -'•■':■'• 



LAFAYETTE, QEORaiA, TRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1917. 



A. J. WHEELER DIED 
SATURDAY MORNING 



WAS PROMINENT CniZKNOKTHK 

COUNTY— FUNERAL SERVICES 

HELD'MONDAY AFTUtNOON 



\!lor/kn illness of five woffcT-»rith 
HrighlTs disease, AldroN^Jti-VVhcelgt, 
iigcd 17, and one oly|>rccounly'8^osL 
liroiniWul. citizens, pasaeiJ.^'Way al 
his liomtr ea r l y Cat xiTJay morning. 
Kor more than a year Mr. Wlicoler 
had been in declining houllli, but on- 
ly a few weeks ago did lie become 
cuullnod lo bis bed. 

Mr. Wheeler was a man of sterling 
character, and was oon«idcrod one 
o( the county's best ciliczns. Ho 
served as a member of llio Board of 
Roads and- Revenue for two years, 
where he rendered elTlcyjnl service, 
end was a supporter of every good 
movement for the progress of his 
community. I 

Funeral services were- held from 
Die Center Point church Monday af- 
l.-'rnoonat 1 o'cloA, in the, presence 
of a largo concourse of relatives and 
friends, impressively conducted by 
Rev. W. G. TnllenU His body was laid 
lo rest in the graveyard nearby. ; 

The deceased ia survived by a wife, 
four sons, Ulrl<}, Clint, .P»ul and 
^Arich{c;ftwa-dR<ighlcrs, Mary , and 
Vera, and four brolliorg, Henry, John 
and Bon of Texas, and Oscar of Ok- 
lahoma. 



Qo6tt;i£, Wnlker Cduntr; -'••, '.^4^ 
I iAppJicV^o- ttTlnrf lH5«n'iaiaih,f 
due (prra Jo bav0 Krt.'VCiiltlikJi 
MasMy appblntod admlnlstrairliitt 
on-lhB e«Ul«,of hobt, V: njnkl^; U 
of 'said «bunly,' d«^ca»<^d^,■'n^tto«^ 
l)«frrt)Tr gTv<ln Uiat said.; appli^^ 
frttl'tm p*«e<r\ip<da"'*^ .^' ota^^tTi 
:ihojir)i^M5nd«j' In NoveqiMr,':;^ 
Given. 'dn(}oV mj^ hand 'tfh^i^iMtaq! 
•ignaUirtv^bls Oct' t,lkl.>f^rW'Jf 

'*;^r4V, t. btansell;'!c 

.» ,".' ' . . ^ J ' " ' * " " ' ■ ■ " ■ ^^ 

,.. . jA4mlnW*»M)r> Jiafc 
Ooorgla,.W(iIkot.'Couniy. —^ 

Dj" ylrtud t)i in order from the 
Ordinary'* courl,,of said county, will 
bp sold tl^forc, ^ho covirthouad door. 
In town qf LaFayolle, said stale and 
ooynljr, onUift ^Irsl Tuesday la Nov- 
ember, next, Jtib following described 
Pfop^erly _lo-v^it: -One houga and 
Jot .in W(?»l'Uf rfycl(«,~l>dn£lQt No. 
l,'JnBl6ck,19 of W. T. CAi;Icy suKcy, 
fronUiigjDti Dougherty strpot 77 feet 
and -running West lo' an alloy 212 
feel, being one-half acre, more or 
lew. "To bo sold as lh« properly -of 
Annt Moslcy, lale of said ci;>uoty, 
deceased, for Ihft purpbuo of.jjajrlnK 
dcbls and dlstrlbuUod. Tormi -of 
sale cash. TbU Del. 1, lOlt, ■ ' '■'• 
H. a niCUARDSON, Admr, 
ANNA M08LEY, dojMiascd. 



ANOTHERGOIIFEOERAIE 

ANSWERS UST CALL 



I W. E. Tucker, a oonfodcralo vet- 
eran, died Saturday night al the 
liprpo of.hia only »dn,MaJ»on TuQk- 
'ir~i\mt"HiQtbV,.wUcif a^ brief lllucsa. 
His body was laid lo rest in the Da- 
tayctlc cemetery Sunday aflcmooh. 
Brides his son, the' deceased Is 
sHrvlvod by two brofhcrs, Sam'and^ 
J. P. Tucker, of Rossvillo, and Iwo 
sisters, Mrs. Davis and Mrs. UolU-' 
Claw,<who rcaldp InjLinwood. .,•.• 



L«^^rs |9|^ Administration 
Georgia, Walkor' County. 

Appllcatiol^jihaving been made In 
duo form Co'tiave Mrs. Salllo Smith 
nppolntetl sd^mlnlatralrlx uponslhe 
cgt^t^.pf Johd'o: Brolth.late ofsaTH' 
county, decoBs^, notice la borchy 
idv.en that sald-^ppllcatlon wULbo 
passed u(M)n al'itirofOce on tho first 
Monday In -NcJvrtnbcr, next, Oiveh 
under my hand- and ofllcial slgna- 
liirc, thi8,Octr4^JW7. . , •^„., 
-W. L. BTANBELL.1 Ordinary.. 



■ I - lH - ri - M - I - t M I 1 1 1 1 i - r 

+ +1 

+ ^ WAIW£N + 

♦ + 

-^T.iT.iTi fiiTi.TiiTiiTi iT T»f« T»f..l. it.. * * • 
^1 1 !•"* I i « 1 1 1 in 1 l"!"!'"!' ' 

Death has again J>ccn in our 
midst and claimed for lis victim, the 
pontic spirit of A. J. Wheeler. When 
I he news was senl over the tele- 
phone that he was dead, there wore 
never sadder hearts in this com- 
munity. To know him was to love 
him. Hp had a kind word for every- 
body. Was always ready 'to lend a 
liplping hand. We would say to the 
bereaved, "weep not but live so you 
may meet your treasure in that land 
beyond this vale of tears. 

Just before the break of day Mon- 
day morning, the Lord needed an- 
clbcr Jewel to fill ik vacant place in 
heaven and claimed for lis victim 
/toward Rutlcd^o. .The little one 
was the pel of the home. But oh, 
how he is missed, never to hear that 
childish voice on earth anymore, 
but he will call for you in that land 
where there Is no tears and parting. 
Ho Is survived by father and mother, 
throe brothers and Iwo sisters. The 
remaths were carried lo Center 
I'olnl and the funeral wos conducted 
by Rev. L 8. Leonard in a very lm-| 
prcsslvo rhanher. 

' Miss Willie Story Is the guest of | 
relatives at Wilson. | 

John Wheeler, of Text*, con:xo lot 
attend the funeral Of his brother, A. 
.1 Wheeler. 



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NOVZMBMl 2, 1917. 



raoussEAu grtowEB • { 

<fVi '^h-lNHONOROF • ■ .. 
,■4 ^^'^TT^'i V MRS. JOHN nnvNE 

'■Tho-homo of Miw Dcacio 8U?6lp 
jptvtbaVcno of.a vwr prdir P^rtyj] 
im Mohdaj^^cvonlng-, when the' OIffl_, 

one \)i('. ^tVjrprais^..- oirnil>«T|,''f %n. 
iohn Rliyiio^ a' recent brij)©."" " ' '. , ■, 
llThrf 'dlillng- itiofn and . parlor, 
>wf4 lh4' (P)^!* ■ ivrt"e' rprelvcd. 
'w^ro'lbWully dedo'ratfld with |a(l 
\^«C8 of <!titflnwen(; fcma and pol» 
(td<t)14nU;^Aflrp a pKia^nUy •pon); 
ro^lal hour Ihc dl'iilnir room. waV 
<hro^7i opeii'Biid Ihd brfdo cscort^il 
tO.LbJs room whcro Ihotlub'a color*,- 
^Ccn and/. while,' pfffvallcj.^r A 
ploaalnflr foatarfisjf- thceVcnln^ wni 
the brldo'8 table ■wllh '.llii'^ccptrfli 
tt«^raUon,'"a - biKtof^ JpfJ^vhlti 
clir}'8anniemurji«_^llodjv«Jl.h/;'^<?vn.; 
V:thbon; Orctn,anj vt;hlU:8trea4^0r» 
<vfr^ foatooncd frnr/^lhe iclianrfolJ'T''; 
opd bold -afiim Joiir.*oi'n«;rr^<)^ (ho ! 
table- bjr. tiny cupiif^i-w.bllo.itwVndl 
<Iie Ubiff wfTO tn^ibci "dainty ■'Qit'ty 

fW iho brjde. j . ; ^ .';; ;' ,^':>^^:^ 

.^DurfDif A dcllcloua atijad ftn'di^wi 
i-0urip4'«*'f'l<^i ''M »cryed • ,iiUiy(»l, 
>t3loi,>lofl«t«>n(f wlahe^ w-ere -given 
.ta,'tb» bf Idp byieach mcmlxjr of Ih'tf 
Clob. SMra' Rhyno waa then iWnjull^ 







u. 



•M -M t n - M . 4 . rYrff 1 -1.4^ 

The writer con^aMllatcs U 
HninpUin over tf>o ar/ival of a- One 
bo7 on last FridaX/joo Norman in- 
formed the writer last Saturday that 
my brother had already thrown hi« 
lial m the Hre'so I will try aiid goto 
Green Hush to visit him before long. 

The time ia almost hero for the 
ladies of our nation to rogiat'er and 
lo pledge themaclvca to bo aa saving 
83 possible and not to waste, which 
is the thing for them to do for the 
|?ake of the family. ' 



.;.Admlnlstralor'a Sale 

Georgia, Walker Countyy . *' >ii ,. 

By; vlflue.xiT an lord or from the 
OrdUiary'a oourt, of aaid ootmly, will 
be »old bcforo tlio cqurthouso door,- 
in town of lAi'ayetle, lald etaLo and 
county, x)n the nml Tuesday In Nov- 
ember, next,\the following deacrlbod 
properly t<>-wlt: -Ono hou*0 ■ and 
lot in-We«t LaFayctlo, being lot No. 
1, In Block le of W. T. Caller survey; 
fronting o«.r)oughcrlr «Lre6t.77 feet 
and running •WcsUto-.an/tlloy;''2I2j 
feet, being one-half aero, mpr^ ar] 
less. To bo sold as the properly of j 
Anna Mosloy, late- of aald- County^' 
deceased, for the purpose of' payjng' 
debta and distribution. Terme' of] 
(.ale cash. This Oct. \, 1917. ,v- I 

II. a niCHAJlDSON, Admr, 
ANNA M08LEY, doceaaod. 




Ixttcra of Admlnlstralio* r . 

(.eorgia,. Walker County,' •■•• 

Appllcatloa having. been made , in 
duo form^fo bavo Mrt.iBallle Bmll{i 
iippolnlcd ftdmlnlslratrix upon, the 
estate of John O. Bnillh, lalo of 4ald 
counVy^jJe^aMd,. npUce -la hctcby 
glvon-. Ihait «ald , application' *llI;J^o 
paKsod iipoh'st my odlce on IhdT 'llral 
Monday hi'' ffovomber,-' next.'''Maivflp 
utidcririy Ifind and ofncfnl; "Blgfia-' 
tarb, IhfB^Oct'J, 1917.' ' •■=^'^ ;r , 
;■ W. ti' BtANSELL, •Ordinary. 



Mrs. Hobt-JJacnos died lljo. Iji^xai. 
■lUiUi'&s laid to r'o»t'at'tVirv1e>»-the' 
next day. KuncraJ services were 
conducted by Hev. Uradlcy. She 
was a young A[id beautiful girl and 
it was aod to see lie.r go allhougli 
Mr. Darncs is so young. This Is the 
second lloio bo has had to go through 
Ihc ordeal of giving up a compan- 
ion. 

I.\ MEMOHY 

Of \V. C. Ilendrlx, whose home was 
;il Lenn.v, (Ja., -at'llif * tUiic of his 
di-alli and who was 07 years of age 
al lii.H calling away. 

lie was well known m LaKayelto. 
Hlsd in Suniincrville, bftving lived 
,Tl holli places a number of years bo- 
fore moving lo South (Jcorgia five 
>ears ago. 

Up wns born May 9. 1850, married 
Mfs.s I,. Lsabclle Hou.sch in 1873, Who 
died in 1882. Two years later he 
married .Miss lle.sfer Ann I'olk, who 
yet surN'ive.A hifu. lie died Juhe Uh, 
1PI7 at Tiflon. Ga.. hoSpital, follow- 
mg an operation for appendicitis. 
j He was a- prosperous farmer. So 
(xact was he in all his dealings that 
none 'tould have'cauSO to find fault 
with him. Perhaps ^o one tried hard- 
er U) manifest tlic right spirit to all, 
nnil to give to each full ju.sliro in 
rverylliing. 

He reorcd to manhood and woman- 
hood two sons and five daughtQr.i, all 
of. whom survive him, and hoick in 
highest honor and love Ms Piemory 
ond. truly we can saWv "Katber was 
R./nan of noble, honest and upright 
cSiaracler, provided well ' for bis, 
household and was very kind and 
good to each of us, and always ready 
to give ail whore" it was needed." 

Hc''wa8 an ardent Christian, a 
faitliful member of the Methodist 
church. Ills last few "dayi orj earth 
were attended with much suffering, 
but in It all, and when well nighun- 
oonscious of earthly surroundings 



51 




HOVXMBMl 2, 1817. 



IN MFJlOntAM 

Thonm« JpfTtTson Morclaiid, tlin 
(iiibjcct, of IhJa alti-lcii wan boin M:iy 
19, Ittlft. in Monroe Counlj'. Tciinpn-i 
*co. Ho^Jind al Iho tiomo of hi«t 
(laughter, Mr». (^Iiaa. Ilobl. jDlif.s. uCj 
KonnvHIc, (icorifla, Scplember ♦. 
t(Ml t( 0:VO o'clock a. m. Hn haij] 
r*achi^il U|o «Kfl of <9; years. 3, 
moplliB and (fl days. I 

Tivi* Iho Joti of Pl(5ftsanl Mor'; • 
f.nfs fsther, and Margaret Irwin 
(kndr Ilia molhnr. 
iUhcr •yvoa ^^o^n in JUounl 
y, Tennessee, and died W 1862, 
J BgTi of 6<J years, 
i, tnolhcr 'Was' born In Monroe 
♦, TtnnoMcc," anrf -Aio.d '-in" the ; 
1856. Uor maiden nama ,W8» 
irol Irwin, -' • . • v, • 

rMoreland; Iho.jubjoc). of Uil«' 
n, moVod during (ha 'period of 
opng days, to Hamlllon County, 
saoo, later lo Podo. County, 
[ja, whore he spent the srealor 
hl» llfn. residing al Sulphur 
•nd Riaing Fawn. A few 
'tflori^'aga Jio moved- to Rouavlllo, 
walker Countyr»n«>rhla, "where he 
■pnni'lhr rernsttrdrp.of his days. 

Mr. Morelnnd loaves three, chll- 
drcnc AVJlliant-A: MorOland, who 
Uvea at Chattanooga, Tcnn., one 
daughter Mrs. Ix)rena Caylor, who 
rosidea ai Coppnr Hill, Tcnn„ and 
one flaughter, Mrs. Maude M. Jom-s, 
(Wirfe oV Chas. Robt. Jonea,) of Ro.«- 
ville, ' Oe6rgia'. Ho leaves many 
I other fclathes. 
•MWMorcland Joined the Haptlsl 
Church In 1884, and at the time of 
•his death was a deacon In the First 
Tinpllsl church of Itossville. Uo 
lived n good christian life I">«volod 
lo lUe work of the Lord, he did what 
he could for the -furlhorAnco of^his 
kingdom, nicssed are thoy who 
thirst after righteousness, for they 
shall 1)0 called the chlldnin of God. 

In the. year 1^ Mr. fHorcland' 
Joined Iho order of /rce and Ac- 
cepted Mrtsons, al Rising FawTL Oa., 
his mrnitxirshlp later on being 
inoVo<l lo ndssvlllo Lodge'No. 397. In 
thoaubliirto doffrecs of this great 
(ralcrnily, hia fraternal light' wjib ar 
administered Ihnl he Ijocamo a livlnf 
Maniple of. Its lei^ching and Icncta. 
How. \\e regret Uv give' tip om 
loved onP8<; Tl>o I'c* of naluro bine 



he talked to and leaned upon 
I Sympathizing Savior as came 

i;-: 



IN MK.MOHY 

I ■ Of \V. C. Hendrix. whose home w.ts 
■il I-('ao\. (Ja:, -al' llift- tlinc of his 

< di-ath and who wa.i 07 years of age 

I ai lii.H calling away; 

-| lie was well known in LaKayctto, 
ul.-x) m Sumfncr\illp, Htving lived 



Ibo t 

hla I 
rainful breathing. With confidence i 
h"e couIdsa7. "It rs allrighl,' let-Hls 
will, not mine, be done." I 

The monio^ of his faithful life 
wiU remain an- inspiration fvir \if 
who are left in the confident hope of I 
niceting dear father again m the ' 
pearly wliito city, cU'.raal in the ( 
iicaveng. where there shull lio nn ; 
more sorrow, sufferinj;, nor death. , 

The funeral services were held atll 
the .Methodist church in Adel, and i 
were conducted by Rev. W. C. Glenn |; 
and Rev. J. F. McTyrc. The burial 
took place in the Adel cemetery. 

An esteemed citizen, a loving hus- 
band and a true father, whosc'loss is 
mourned by a f.Tithful wife, sorrow- 
ing sons and dan -hters and grand- 
cliildren, with a IuhI of friends and 
rclali\i',8 of both Un' northern and 
southern part of the .•>iaLe has pass- 
ed into the great bnyoml. 

Farewell, dear father, until we 
meet again in the home of the blest. 

"Someday with tearless eye we'll 
see. 

And then, oh, then, we'll under- 
tttand." 

Uis daughter, 

BEULAU. 



I... 



.MRS. i. fc. CLF-.\IE4\T 



• al holli places a number of years bo- '"Oil, a,ol in cruelty, not in wrath, 
fore moving lo South Georgia live 't he Reaper cnmo that day. 



years ago 

lie WHS born May 9. 185n, married 
Mi'ss I,. Isabelle Hou.sch in 1873, Who 
died in 1882. Two year'< later he 
mar-ried .Miss Ile.sfer Ann I'olk, who 
yet 8ur\'iveft liifn. He died Juhe 4th, 
1PI7 at Tifton. Ga.. hoSpilal, follow- 
ing an operation for hppendicitls. 

He was a. prosperous farmer. So 
(xact wiis he in all his dealingij that 
none tould have 'cause to find' faiilt 
with him. Perhaps ^o one trie.dh'Ard- 
er to manifest the right spirit to all, 
and to give to each full justice in 
everything. 

He reared to manhood and woman- 
hood two sons and live daughlQrs, all 
of. whom survive him, and hold, in 
highest honor and love his memory 
and. truly we can soW. ."Father was 
(wnan of noble, honest and upright 
cSaracter, provided well '; for his 
household and was very kind and 
b-ood lo each of us, and always ready- 
to give ail whore' it was needed." 

He^was an ardent dhristi.-^n, a 
faithful member of the Methodist 
church. His last few "dayi or| earth 
were attended with much.sufrcring, 
hiit in it all, and when well nighun- 
oonscious of earthly 8urrounding;8, 



angol visited the green 



'Twas an 
earth. 
And took the flower away.' 



It is sad, nevertheless it is true, 
that death has again thrust iLs ine- 
vitable hand into our midst and has 
taken one of our true friends. 

Mrs. Clem'nnt was stricken with 
blood poison September 15 and on 
September IBGod removedher sweet 
fpiril from earth to Heaven. 

Her death was ashock to the cntiri) 
community and a heart crushing af- 
fliction to the family. 

She was loved by all who knew 
her, for her swcci, gentle and cheer- 
ful w'ay8,hcr Iqvable <^lfposilion -vv-on 
for hcf a muUitudo of fricnd3. 

Our heart-? nn saddened a.u; cur 
eyes dimmed witli tears of $orro\vj' 
ycl WR rejoice, ir. tlu fact that t';--;i. 
clouds of grief 'Tiave on them reflec- 
ted the rainbn'.v ()' i. sweet liTe. 

OhI the lov.; '.hat survlvja the 
tomb is one.of ih.-i noblest altntjir.cs 
of the soul. If It'has its woes, »i »«»• 
likewise its dj';>:!r'.» and when the 
oycrw'helniing liiir-Iof grief n r.ilm. 
I-4 into the gentle t-ar of r-'oiiir-tc- 
llpn, then our suiiden an^i/i. M|d 



// 



/z/i^fr 



//A// 7/7 



Yrar"/i Support 

Georgia, Walker Gounly. 
To wlioin il may concorii: 
Julia Dobbs, widow of W. C. 
Dobbs, laic of iwld counly, doccnged. 
Las applied to the underslfrned for a 
J car's Bupporl for bcrsolf and Ave 
■minor children from llio cslalo of 
bald deceajicd. .Nollco Is hereby 
given that I will paas on said appli- 
cation at my ortlcc In Lalayetle. 
said county, on the first Monday In 
December, next. Given under my. 
liaod and oHIcial signature. This 
Nov. 6. 1017. 

•\V. L. 8TANSELL, Ordinary. 



Year's Support 

Georgia, Walker County. 

To whom il may concern: Mrs. 
M..C. I'alntor, widow of J. W. I'aintcr, 
late (j^f said county, deccasod. has 
tppjiod U) the unJcraignod for a 
J car's support for herself and 8 
minor children from the estate of 
*ald doccnsed. Nollco is horoby 
feivon Uial I will paaa on said appli- 
cation at my. .ofllco in / LaFayollo, 
bald county, on the first Monday In 
reccmbor, next. Given under my 
hand and ofllclal slgtiaturo. This 
>ov. 6, 1917. 
;• . \Y. L. STANSELL. t)rdlnary. 

■ ' • Lellors of DlsmlmiOfi 
GcorKla, Wal)(«|dbunly. 

Mrs. W. n. ifuTRoh, adminJstralrlx 
upon the estate. pf,W.R.,JIon80n, late 
Ol said t)dunty deceased, has applied 
lo the unJorslgnod foi^^lottcrs of dl»- 
'roUelon from said admlnlslratrlx- 
shlp. Nollco is hereby given lo all 
■..ooncflrned Ibal I^lll pa»» on^ oald 
nppllcallon at my ofllco in IjiFay- 
rt(e, said county on tho first-Monday 
In Docombor, next. Given vmdcr my 
hand and ofllclal slgnaluro, this 
^ov. B. «917. 
'. ,. 'W.;I* 8TAN8ELL, Ordinary. 

Mrs. MorganHakcr died at tho 
homo of her daughter, Mrs. John 
Wallin Monday of last week and was 
buried in tho LaFaycllo cemetery 
Tuesday, she had been sick about 

lliiree mnnlhs. 

I ■ l - l -' H -l-I"! - H ^ H - l - i - i -t i"i * * 

1^ 4* 

I GRKEN nUSU jr 

4-!- - l -'I- I - I - I - M ' W - I -l- I - I - H -H- 
' Dr. J. I*. McWilliams and son, J. P, 
.ir., attended tho funeral of Mrs. n. 
a. Ilolcombo In AUanU Sunday p. m. 



UNWOOD LOCALS 



I + + •}• I 

A wedding Hiul will be oT inli-resl | 
I to ni.iny ln-re. wa.n llial of Miss Slella 
IHlni-k nnil Mr. ('.oiner I.umb, of 
j'l'.TiMi.;i. Kill., wliirli was anlcinni/ril 
'.-U III.' li.Miir of the briUf m Tuiuiia 
I l.i.sl l-liursilay. 

I ; SHAW— NEELV | 

j.A wedding Ibnt cnmo as a distinct 
iurpriso to their mnny friends, *as 

'(bat on Sunday nijht, when Mr. T. 

'E. Blraw and Mrs. iW^ocly, of Ok-, 
lalioma, were iiindoTnnn and wjfo by ! 
Our clever and obliging Ordinary, 
.tndice Slnnsell, nt his home in West 
Lal-'ayetle at 8 o'clock sharpe. 

Only the fanilly of Judge Stanscll 
wiliipssod Iho'ceremony, after which 
the coiilrnrllng parlies left for Ihclr 
homo on North Main street, whoro 
•hey nro nt home to Ihclr friends. 

•M-i- -?~t-»H~H-!'4 "M " I " I " I " I ' W* 
•{• ^ ^. 

'!• ^ PEA\IiNE .J- 

+ 4- 

Mi.ss Lucilo Lupo, youngest 
(laughter of Mrs. W. T. Lupo, and 
Wr. Jolm Yoachemj of/- St. Elmo, 
Tenn, wef]o quiclfylm<frricd at tho 
home of U>o hrido Saturday evening, 
Nov. 17, at 7,p.',m.' Itcv. John 0. 
Lupo, brother of tho bride was tho 
ofllcialing " mlnist/r. Tho homo 
was decorated with autumn leaves, 
ferns and white chrysanthemums, 
nnd 'burning -^ candlesllcks. Miss 
Jewell D<v;k presided at the organ 
nnd played tho "Bridal^ Chorus" 
from Ix)hengrin as the couplo en- 
tered. Mr. and Mrs. Yoachcm went 
Imincdialcly to housckcoping at 



LAPAYETTE. QEOBQIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1917. 



LITTLE CLARA AIKEN JAMES B. RANSOM 
CRUSHED TO DEATH PASSES TO REWARD 



f.NDLH LUMPKll PILK SUNDAY AT HIS HO.MK IN nUOOMTOW.N 
AhTIiUNOON WHILK I'LAYING MONDAY AhTKIlNOON— WAS 



"HIDE AND SEKK"— FUNKll- 

AL SlillVICK MONDAY 

ArrKllNOON 



WKLl.-KNOWN AND lUGIILY 
ESTKK.MKD CITI/.KN 



A horrible acciileiU hnppenetl Sun 
day aflornoon in West Lnl-'aycllo 
when lillle Clnrt AilvW»r Hio cigh 
yoar old daugl)l«ii<tif Mr. and Mrs. 
Clias. Aikcn, was crushed lo'deatll 
under a slack of ^rccn lumber. 

Little Clara with a few of her 
companions wore playing "hide atul 
seek" Sunday afternoon, when sh 
hid under the porch of one of th 
new hou.scs the Walker Count 
Hosiery Mill is constructing, 
which has been stacked about 1 
feet of green kimbcr. 

Not being able to easily find lilt 
Clara, her companions went to th 
house and Jumped upon the »tacfc; 
of lumber. When they did this,, trte 
porch flooring gave way, the full 
weight or ll|9 lumber falling On Ulllo 
Clara, rcsiiijnB;-. In instant death. 
Immcdiat^tuV^Urm was raU(id 
tnd within "ii'^ort time sovcril 
neighbors ■were ortt^o scone. The 
lumber was removed and prixo poles 
were used in getting the body exlrl- 
calod. Her litiro neck wu com- 
pletely broken and both blp« wcje 
crushed. Ucr body wa« in fc^feftdl/ 
mangled condition. './ \ 

Funeral services were beld from 
the residence Monday af tortipon' at 2 
o'clock, conducted by Hev. Vf\ A. 
Lewis, pastor of Linwood Baptist 
church. Interment followod lit' tHe 
[local cemetery. 

Rarely has such a horribly' accl- 
dcn^cajccurred here, and the ..entire 
community extend their hcftrtfqll 
fympalby to the bereaved paiWta 
and family. 



.lames B. Hansom, after a linger- 
ing illness, diedj at hi^^-homo in 
BrounUown Vullev J^ttimlay after- 
UDon. Kor the pa.'useveral weeks no 
hopes had been entertained for his 
iiTovery, but hn de.Tlh came a.i a 
shock to the entire community. 

Mr. lUnsom was one of the coun- 
ty's well-known and esteemed citi- 
leas. and his death will be mourned 
by all those who knew huii. 

The deceased is survived by a 
widow, and four children, one 
daughter, Mrs. l,ee I'arknr and throe 
sons, William. Samuel, and George, 
and two brothers, John M., of I'ojid 
Spring, and George W., of l.aFay- 
etle and two sisters. Mrs. '1'. W. Has- 
lorig. of Broomtown, and Mrs. C. C. 
McConncll, of Chattooga county. 

Funeral services -were held from 
Ml. Carmel church Tuesday aftcr- 
r.oon at 2 o'clock, conducted by llov. 
N. A. Parsons, of Trion. Interment 
loliowed in the Mt. Carmel cemetery. 
The largo concourse of relatives 
and friends, who attended the fun- 
eral Tuesday afternoon, attested lo 
the popularity of the deceased. 



IN MKMORY 

'fhi' wife of Thomas Stoker de- 
parted this life Sept. 7, 1017. lieinK 
i7 years of age. She. was the mother 
of nino children, and she was a de- 
voted chrislian woman, was kind 
und penile to everyone with whom 
she came in contact. 

How snd and di's6lale the lioine is 
withoift that loving mother. Iml God 
knowi^lh best for all things. 
/ She leaves lo mourn her loss a 
liu.shand, eight children, and a host 
of frijiiids and rehijives, far and 
near. 

Weep not for she is al rest whore 
Ihere will be no more suffering. 

She was laid lo rest jn Ihn Trinity 
cemetery. Scrvic es were conduclcd 
by W. S. Hamilton. 

Her fri<'nd. 

JBWKI.I. tiA.Mn/roN. 



IN MKMOUY OF LUCILE BURK 

"He still sad hearU, cease repining, 
Behind the cloud the sun is still 
stiining; 
Thy fate is the common fate of all. 
Into each life some rain must fall." 
On October 12, 1917. the little three 
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
}. H. Burk was fearfully burned, 
death resulted Wednesday, OcL 17, 
ot six o'clock. 

Lucile was a bright loving child, to 
know her was lo love her. She will 
he missed throughout the whole 
community. But oh, how much 
more she will be mi.ssed in the homo 
where for three short years she had 
Ibeen the light and sunbeam. 

She was indeed too fair a flower 
for this old world, so God called her 
[.o a beautiful homo not made with 
hands. 

Everything was done by father, 
mother, physician and friends to 
save her. But God, "said come up 
liigher your work on earth is done." 
She leaves a father, mother, four 
sisters, one brother, and a host of 
relatives and friends to mourn her 
loss. 

The funeral services was con- 
ducted by Bev. McFarland and the 
little body was laid to rest by f 
f.ido of her little brother in 
Chickamauga cemetery. 
Sweet darling,— 
Light of the home,— 
Ix)oking for Bomcono, 
Beckoning come, 

Bright as a sunbeam, . _ 
I'uro as the dew. 
Anxiously wailing 
Mo'Jier for you. 

Written by her cousin, 

BES§IE,^, 



the 



+ ♦ 

1 TRION NEWS + 

f- H I n I i ' l ' H - I - M I ^ H ^•^ I 

- The many friends here of Mrs. S. 
A. MulliAax werfl grieved to learn of 
her death, which- occurred at her 
homo last Friday. Funeral services 
were conducted in a very impressive 
way by Uev. J. B. Grcsham. Inter- 
ment in the Trion cemetery. The 
bereaved ones have the sympathy of 
many friends here. 



54 



DEOEJCBIH. 7, 1017. 



IN ME.MORY OK MUS. VIRGIE 
PARTAIN 

On Iho evening of Oclober tsL, 
1017, Llio gcnllo gpiril of Virgio Par-i 
(aln wlngrnl iLs imuiorUl Highl bacW 
to llie God who gave it, after several 
weeks of suffering. , 

She was the oldest daugliler of G. 
W. Autry. She v^-as born Feb. 7, 

On April 19, lOU, she was married 
to Mr. Thomas ParLnin, having only 
one littlo girl. Slie was a kind and 
loving wife, but a voice frtim the 
spirit world called her serenly to hor.l Mrc.ii-iit 
nn»l rest. She pasised while thn| 
sweet memories of her virtues yet 
lingQ^r like twilight here. 

When the bright sun has set, our 
hearts and homes are so sad. How 
wo miss you, 'tis so sad to kiww that 
we will never hear her gentle voice 
ngain, or see her smiling face, but 
God does nothing wTong. We ima- 
gine as her glad spirit freed from all 
pain, passecl through the gates of 
heaven, her soul shouted back Iq 
earth, "Oh death, where is thy sling, 
oh grave where is thy Victory?" 
The gales of heaven wcro opened 
wide 

A genllc voice said como. 
An angel from the other side 

Welcomed <)ur lovcd-ono home. 

Ere long for us life's trials will be 
ever, then how sweet twill bo when 
we meet our loved ones on the eter- 
nal shore. 

She spoke of her lord, 1 am sure 
she is at rest and I hope some day I 
will see dear Bert and be with her 
for evccniore. 

She leaves a dear little bnby. one 
year and C months old, a husband, 
Inllicr, \ brolliers, two sisters, and a 
host of friends an<l relalivcs to 
moiirn her loss. 

Sleep on dear Deri and lake thy 
rest, 

God cnlled thee home, he knowetli 
best. 

■ Writlen by her sister, 

FLOUiLNCE HARP. ' 



.SMA1.I.\V(M)D— 1 AM.Oll 

Miss .Mii-c 'J'aylor, •l;iii>:liler of 
Williiiin Taylor, forni'-rly uf St. Kl- 
nio, bul MOW in Uiikliiiiil, I'.ul., and j 
Sergt. Ili>y 11. Sini 1Iwmi>< son of .Mr. 
liid Mi-.H. 1'. G. .Aixttlwood. of this] 
cily, were innrrii'd In Alliitiln. Nov. 
yi), the Rev. tUxipiT r>r lliat cily olU- 
tiallng. The wecMiMK was a snt- 
prise to friends ami ri'l:ilivi's of llio 
joung couple. 

Rergt. Smallwodil i< vlatiniied at 
Cnmp (inrdon, Allanln. unit the liridu 
is with relative.s in llial rily for the 
ChattjinoiiKii N>\v». 



IN .MEMORY 

|)calli has again visile<l our cliurL-li 
.inii cliumeil as its virlim, Sisl'-r In- 
(ira liirkBon. Slie w.-i.s born August 
IH, IK.'H). Unrd SepletiibiT llie L'.MIi, 

nnc. 

<,he profes.spd a Ikmk' in C.hri.st ami 
jdiiii'd Challooga liaplist church in 
S.-pteiiiliiT, iyi3, and lived a consis- 
Iriil member until her death. At lln' 
tniio of her death she wns living with 
licr falher. W. K. Dickson. She 
leaves two brothers an<ilwo sisters 
to mourn her dejjarture, W. ^:. 
IJirk.son of «liari), Ga., and 11. R. 
Dirk.son of Atlanta, Ga.. Mr.s. Kale 
King of Rome, Mrs. Laura Wheeler 
of Cedartown. 

Her remains were laid to rest in 
Kairview cemetery, funeral servi- 
cer baing conducted by Rev. W. M. 
Dyer. 

Miss India was alwayd kind and 
cheerful, always greeting her friends 
with kind words. 

Wo, your committee, advise that a 
copy of this be sent to The Walker 
County Messenger for print. 
,Mis3 Lula Kirby, 
'^ Miss Hnl Dyer, 

Miss Liier JanoWilliams. 
Committee 



OBITUARY 

In ni<-iii((ry of Cornelius W.Ixiyil, 
son of l>lra.<i&nt and Margaret Strand 
I.oyd. lie was born In Orange coun- 
ty, 8. C. .Ian. Jr(i,l845, moved with his 
parents lo l)uck Creek Valley, Walk- 
er county. Ga.. 1847. .Moved from 
there and settled In .Mcl.cmore's 
Cove near (he old Ulue Illrd (lap at 
the foot of i'igeon Mountain In 1849 
and was there reared lo manhood on 
his father's little farm in pi-aco and 
pleasure. Having had the advantag. 
e» of splendid Christian training by 
his Godly parcnU, he grew up lo be 
an h*iorabIn, lawabidlng man. Uc 
Joined the (/OiifedcraLe army, enlist- 
ing In the 3rd Ga. under Col. Estes, 
Capl. Games' company, and was true 
lo the cause lo the end. He was In 
nn^ bardfonghlbaitles.wa^ selocl- 
edio-go on many dungerouV miss- 
ioiVSrind WA.1 never known to falter 
nt' shrink from duly, no'm^tW ho'f?' 
groat Ihe danger. ' 

Dro. Loyd was married throe times. 
Ills first marriage was to MLss Nannie 
Mooro In 1800. To this union wore 
born a son and a daughter. Their 
mother died in 1870, In 187* he was- 
married the second lime lo Miss 
Georgia Ray. To this union . was 
born one son. Mrs. Loyd died Id 
1877, and Mr. Loyd was married Ihi 
third lime lo Miss Ellia Foster, ol 
Diinltp. Tonft., Slie died Januarj 
1907, leaving Dro. Loyd alone again 
iin this cold and' unfriendly world 
Yet amldal all of his trials and dis- 
nppolnlmonla be wilb cheerful, car- 
rying sunshino and happiness wher. 
eveV he wont. Afler his last wife't 
death ho sold bis Illllo home ani 
Jupt lived. amonff ftla friondj and ao' 
onsinlnnees which wferS many.' Hf 



H< -I. ^ 

Mr. and Mrs. .1. n. Mit,-i,pi|. of 
li.-illaiKiogu, nri' hi-iiig cniiKraUilat«d 
viT Hie arrival Monday, ^f their 
Ml- son, Genrgii Mitchell. 



+ ♦ 

+ TRION NEWS + 

»4 I I 1 1 1 i I I MM I M -' i 't' 
Wyly Davis died at his home horc, 
Monday aflcr a lonk amfpainful ill- 
ness. Mr. Davis woVwio of the old- 
rat dtliens of Trion, having llVed 
bere more than 00 years. Fudcral 
ipnrloos were conduol«d by R^v. T. 
J. RaUirr, after which bo was bui'iod 
«^tb Ma^nlo honors, Mr. G. M. Rose, 
^ol Lycrly, acting as W. M. The cy- 
de^ of.OjJd Follows a^d Rod Men In 
.jpoiscsslbri. ' The bereaved ones h»ve 
(hei ayijipftlhy of^many friends hero. 



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II. N<m1 i-fti'tii-nlc<l Ins 
"iuiuliiv Doc. iltli.. at. li''* 
illi 



Mr. .\ 
iiii'l Inlay 



Till. 



hi.iiM- on So\illi Mam slivoL^illi aj 
l,.sv ..r his r.'laliv.y nnO^/iiitinial.i 



fmi\cr wa^ 

CnliU" (lay wn^ 

mil of town 

\V. I'. IlUirkwcU 

mil Mr. A. I'. Noil, of 



fri.Muh. A" ''labi 
.viM'cl ai\il a iiio.-il 
sp.-iil. Tliosi- |iri- 
VMM I- Mr. anil Mrs 

of (.1 11 IUi.<li 

^.llallalloo^:a. 

1 '^ '-J- +. 

I Dr. W. II. I'urk rcrcivor n calil"- 

p-aiii 'I'luirHiJay moriiinK from Sinn 
1 nrr, Inilia. uniuiuiicmK llic inarrloKl' 
(.f Miss Nollio C.i-aik- I.amln.'Ui JA^Ir. 
Oaviil I.ewis. I,al-"ayiVlo pr 
nii-mbcir Mrs. I.mvis a»\niy*llraclivi! 
visilor here a fiw yeit/ a^o. Mr 
I,r\vis was formerly in Llio consulaU 
so.rvire, but is now (inKaRC^l '"^ ^^'> 
iiilibor iniJuslry in India. v/ 

ELLIOTT— SHAW 

• Miag niancho EUUiil, of Dry Val- 
ley, and Mr. O^adi/aliaw, of Mission 
nidgc, wora qiliony married Dec. 7, 
at Ilossvlllo, "iVv. J. B. Tallcnt per- 
forming the ccrcmonjV^hcy left 
on a wccplni^louiyOoutli, and when 
ill l^at homo to their 
his pa^Bqts, Mr. and 
hlasi^ congralula- 
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I^tlcn of AdmlnlslraUoo 

iGcorgIa, Walker County. 

Application having been made In 
duo "form to havo J. P. llunlor' ap- 
pointed administrator upon ,M»o es- 
tate of Mrs. M. E. McGufley, latO;0f 
s'aid county, docoaacd, notice i<< 
hereby given that said application 
will bo passed upon at my olllco on 
(ho first Monday in January, iioxl. 
Given' under my haind'and oljlcl?! 
signatura, this Doc. 3, 1017. 

W. L. STAN SELL, Ordinary. 



Lettrrs of Admlnlstrallou 
0(H)rgla, Walker County. 

Application having been made li 
duo form lo havo Mrs, M. K. Jon•=,^ 
Dppoinlod admlaistratrix upon the 
estate of J. W. Jones, lalu or said 
county, deceased, tiotlcc Is herob/ 
given that sold application will be 
passed upon at my ofllce on Iho firs'. 
Monday in January, next. (iiveif-uQ; 
der my hand and ofhcial signature, 
this Dec. 3, 1917. 

W. L. 8TANSELL, Ordinary. 



LcClrr.s of Ailnilnislrallon 

idcorgia, Walker ('x)unty. 
.Application having been made in 
ihio form to have J. P. Hunter ap- 
I pointed administralor upon the os- 
jtate of Mrs. M. E. .McGufTcy. late of 
said county, deceased, notice i.t 
hereby given that said application 
will be passed upon at my ofllco on 
Die first Monday in January, next. 
Given under my hand and ofUciii 
signature, this Dec. 3, 1017. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 




. iLillcrs of AdnUnlslrotlon • 
Georgia,. Walker Counl^. 
■• Application having been made In 
due fohn lo havo (irant Garner ap- 
pointed administrator upon the ob- 
late of^^ary Whllcsldo, lalo of said 
county.^ deceased, notice la hereby, 
gl.veivthal said appllcatloq will be 
parsed Upon at my ofDce on Iho first 
Motidaj'' In January, next. Given 
under %y hand and olIlclaL^algna- 
lure, this Dec. 3, 1917. 
••- yr. L. BTANSELL, Ordinary. 



.■!' Year's Support 
Goorglni Walker County. 

To whom ItTniy concern; , Mr*. 
Tennio Tipton, widow of T. J, Tip- 
ton, late of' said county, deceased, 
has applied to the underilgned Xor » 
year's support for hcraclf and 
minor children from the cS.tBto of 
said dbceased. Notice Ir: hereby 
given Ihal I will pass on said appli- 
cation at my ofUcc in LaFayctta, , 
rtld county,. on Iho first Monday hi 
January, next. • Given under my 
hand and opdal sigualurti; This 
Decj 3 1017.'' "'-'—'tfA ^' 

.. W. L; 8TANSELL,' Ordinnry, rj 

..Loiter* of Dliml^ilbn ^J 

Georgia, Walker County.rj; "'y . .< i 
'■'.J. Ilijlamniond, admlnlslratbr up-:' 
on liie.CTlaUi'of Mrs/Jf, f^Wardlavi^ 
late of said county, deceased, has ap4' 
pJi«l.ir»,4be ondcr«lgiiedi/6r>li:tt4r«|, 
vbr'dl«BW«loil-froni*|iai«dinlnl8lr»^ 

'jai coniscmed that Iiiwll|,.W« oawftf 
•aripllcatron' at mr^bfflc^.^'ttFrjrr^ 



Wpllaitron' at my' dfflc^.'in'JUFrjrVi 
3o'x^JanuBryi>'next,'5plviBt»;*.ilrii^ 



Letters of AdmliListralloa 
Georgia, Walker County. 

Application having bccri .nade in 
duo form to havo Mrs. M. E. Jon>=,i> 
rppointed administratrix upon the 
estate of J. W. Jones, late or said 
(ounty, deceased, notice is hereby 
given that said application will be 
passed upon at my ofDce on the fln'« 
Mbhday In January, next. Given un- 
der my hand and ofllcial signaluro, 
this Deo. 3, 1917. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 

Inciters of Administration 

Georgia, Walker County. 

Application having been made in 
duo form to havo (Srant Garner ap- 
pointed administrator upon the es- 
tate of Mary Whiteside, late of said 
county, deceased, notice is hereby 
given that said application will be 
passed upon at my office on tho first 
Monday In January, next. Given 
under ^y' hand '.and official signa- 
ture, this Dec. 3, 1917. 

W. L.' STANSELL. Ordinary. 

Year's Support 
Georgia.-^Valkor County. 
J^o whom it may concern: Mrs.' 
(Terinio Tipton, widow of T. J. Tip- 
I ton, lato of said county, deceased, 
I has applied to tho undersigned for .i 
year's support for herself and 
minor children from tho estalo of 
^aid deceased. Notice Is hereby 
given that ! will pass on said appii- 
jCalion at my ofllce in LaKayotlo, 
(said county, on tho first .Monday in 
January, next. Given under my 
hand and ofllcial signature. This 
Dec. 3, 1917. 
I W. L. STANSELL. Ordinary. 




Letters of DlsmLvslon 
Georgia, Walker County. . 

J. H. Hammpnd, administrator up- 
on the estate of Mrs. M..C. Wardlaw, 
late of said county, deceased, has ap- 
plied lo the undersigned for letters 
of dismission from said admlnlslm- 
torshlp. Notice is hereby given to 
all concerned that I will pass on said 
application at my ofllco in LaFay- 
ctte, said county on the first Monday 
n January, next. Given undof* my 
hand ^nd ofHclal signature, this Deo. 
3,1917. 

. W. L. STANSELL^ Ofdlnary. . 



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■* V 1 nio\ NKus + 

V ^ Tl 

•■•Mrn .AiUM.H A.lji.i> .|i"mI Siiliiril:i.v| 

.ii.llillJIL- .11 till- llOIHI- lit IllT tjl-Otll-T. 

^liM dfi-illi')-. I III- fiini-ral .trrsii o-> 
ifrr.' .oiiilMiti-il li> ll-v. ,1 I,. Hi-i'\r« 
:^Uiii);i>' ufliTriiMiii. rill- iiilirniiciil, 
lakcii place 111 till- Tiiu/) ci-iiiclcry. 

■ ■ ••'' ' VV,ll,u'rn« 

liiiiii (o Ml. uiKl .Mrs. Wulli-r Wil- I 
li»iii;t.. a firm mrl. on Uic IHUi. 

A Rail ili-iiili wuM Uial of Mrs. Cliaa. | 
SliMry, who ilii-d oL ))i;r home here 
liiiAay ;ifl<'r n /«iw lioum lllniMW. 
Vuniral Rrrvin-n wcro coniJucU'd 
Sttnday ari(!rni>i)n by I\cv. .1. L. 
A^vcN, intoriiiciil iii llic 'I'riun ccin- 
•Ifcrv. 

'rt \ I I 1 J 11 '1 4 I ill 'in 1 

♦ + 
*. E.VST LAFAMTTTIJ + 

■fr. + 

t tilt t iTi.ti.t ■TiiTi-T-ti-TjiTiit-tntiiTiitiili 
^ l"l 'J' J J i J I 1 1)1 1^ 111 " 

,"Our 8idPw^Iks arc at a aUiulsUlI 
Hk tccounl of the had wcallicr. The 
toptrnclors have :no8l of Ifte work 
4one on our side. ■•' '"" 

W. E. Eiibnnk« moved IhtS week lo 
Sib form ho bought somcUmo ago up 
n«w ning^ld. 

fl^lfls Oraclo niilli Tale and Mr. 
Jt^ck Slanflold wrni married 8un- 
if(y by Enquire A. D. Cooper, noar 
Callctl. Mm. Klnnnfld is llie dauph-i 
lof of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Tale of La- [ 
IfjOyflle, is »iiilrrprining, a splendid 
•palno.M woman, and boforo her I 
«|iiPri»KO held a posltlofi, ^Hh the 
lAFaycllo Ten Cent Sl^ro.Mack Is 
j^m of Mrs. J'. W. StandelcJ and Is 

• liiuslllnE young farrtieri Wo wish'- 
Vi[^ci jroung couple a prOflpor6\ia-and | 

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+ DU K CREEK ^ 

•i* •{• 

+ .\~\\:\ PM.! I. M. M .r. | ..l.. i .4. 
In our lu^it coniiiiunicttlion we 
meant Ut hay tlial we [ilanLed 1 1-2 
uireK of lit'LiltKniSD jiod U) nii-lons 
in.'tend of henl.fgr.iss sewed lo mel- 
ons, as the lypi- put it. And we m- 
loinli-il to siiy we planle.d kolllr cora 
niJilead of cuflln corn. We nn-ant to 
.'.ay tliat, If all our acres were mmli- 
liki- our Kardi-n «j)oLs, Instead of like 
this our Kardcns m Oeortcia coul'l 
fee/J the world, and.ilio ci>uJiI too, for 
awliile, at least. / 

The slork "visited ifio home of .1. 
\ . Davis last 'ruesda/niglil and left 
I'im n fine girl. IIo iilso visiled Joel 
l'arkpr"s on .Sutilrdiy night the IStli 
mst and left hiiWa 12 pound girl. 
Doth arc wearingvtmiles iibout so- 
long, realizing what it is lo be 



called papa, and lliat it Is an ill wind 
that blows nobody good, "^ 

Mr. Julius Ho dg<M-s end Miss t-va 
Crimes of Welcome lyll were mar- 
ried a few days ago. VSVe lender 
rur congratulations andj^ish them 
.1 long and happy voyage o'er life's 
jna.. . . ... ■ .,».iJ 



CAPI.ANOMRS.J.MJiiCKSOK 
CELEBRATE THEIR SOIKH 
'WE0D1K6 AKTOBSARIf 



A social event of more than tisual, 
interest was that of Wcdnesdajf %i-*} 
ternoon, I>cc. 19th, when Capt; ffndj 
Mrs. J. .M. Jackson celebrated Jthijlr] 
golden wedding anniversary, ^ the 
home of .Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jackson, 
on South Main street, ' i i | 

The interior of the lovely, Jgcison 
Uorac was inode boauUful Dy'dccor* 
«llon3 <if yellow' C^^y1antf^e'lrturTlS■ 
»n<;l Southern , Smilax. The t^rjii'; 
reception rOdni, music roOlvi' -oiiiL 
dining room were thrown togHS^ei' W 
acconimodato Ihe sixly-Dve juijsta 
that galhered lo do honor: lo GapL*' 
and Mrs. Jackson. 1 . I 

Tho dining room was attractively 
decorated for the occasion. Yellow 
streamers from the chandelier were 
caught at the four corners of the ta- 
bic and the subdued lights and burn- 
ing tapers gave a distinctly gulden 
cast to iTib- entire roijm. Tho tablo iU 
'self bore a largo heart-shaped c^ke 
in the center. 

Promptly at ihrec-lhlrly o'clock 
'tho guests gathered. In the receiving 
j line were Mrs. J. E. Patlon, Mrs. J. A. 
Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Fortune, 
Mrs. II. S Steele and Miss Dcaolc 
Steele 

As Mrs. Caroline Arnold plnyod 
I^ohengrln's wedding march, the 
bride and groom of (Ifly years, 
marched to the Improvised altar In 
the parlor, where the impressive j 



l.ellers of Ailininislraliiin 

l.eoi'(.-i;i. W'alkiT (lounly. , 

.\p|ilu nlioii hw\ni^: lii','ii in.iile m ' 
ill,.- fonii lo li;i\i- J. P. Ilimli-r .ii.- 
pouileil ailiii.ni>li'alor u|Hin ihe e-. 
I;i|.- of Mis. M. K. ..ici.uirey, lale of | 
s.ml roiiiil.v. i|i'Ci-;iS''c|, iiotici- I 
|-( rrliy uiMii lliiil s;iiil riii|ilic;iliiMi 
uill 111- pas.>(-il upon al my olUce o-i ' 
till- lir.st .Moiiilav in Jaiiiinry, ne\l 
(;i\,.ii under my liaiui oml ollierji ■ 
siKiKiUire. Ilii.s Dec. 3. 1917. 

\V. L. STANSI-U.I., Onliii.iry. 



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1+ CATLETT •J 



Lcllors of Administration 

dcorgin, Walker Cuuiily. 

Applicalinn Imving beer, .nade in !,|. 
due form to liiivc Mrs. M. E. Jon-.s |.i.. r ..r-t.. T .. T .. t .. l .. ]: .. ! . i ..i.. i .. i - i .. ; ~ ! .-M. 
.ppom'lcd ad.ninislralrix upon U.« ... A -Wodding "of mucn microti fo 

estate of J. W. Jones, late or sa-d ! H'"''' '""^"y f''''^"''^ ^'"^^ ^^^^ °' '^"■• 
licrclv'lTrin T. bleplienwjn _ji 



(ouiily, deceased, notice is 
ifiven that said application will fa- 
passed upon at Miy ofllce on tlie Urs 
Monday in Jnniiary, next. Given un- 
der my hand and offlcial signature 
this Dec. 3. 1017. 

W. L. STANSEI.L, Ordinary. 



Letters of Adinlnislratlon 

Oeorgia, Walker County. j 

Application having been made in I 
uuo form to have (irnnl (iarncr ap- 
pointed admininlralnr upon the e«>- ' 
tale of Mary Wliil.o.sido, late of said j 
county, decea.sed, notico is' bcrc.by 
given that said ani)Iicallon will bt i 
passed upon al my ofllcc on tho first i 
Monday in .lainiary, next. Oivce. 
under my band and ofllcial signa- 
ture. Ibis Dec. 3, 15)17. I 
W. L. STA.NSELL, Ordinary. 



A Miss Ger- 
Irudo Arnold, Sitnda/T at llio borne 
1 o^ Esquiro W. d JSreen, Ibe ccre- 
I tMOny being ijerlorincd by Squire 
lOrocn. Mr. Stephenson, who holds a 
position in Chattanooga, is tho old- 
lOstfton of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stvplioif- 
I «6n. of this place, and is a splendid 
j young hian. Mrs. Stephenson is llic 



. '' Ycftr's Support 

Georgia, Walker County. 

To whom it may concern: Mr*. 
Tennio Tipton, widow of T. J. Ti[)- 
ton, late of said county, deceased, 
has applied to the undersigned for a 
year's support for herself and 
minor children from tho eslntc of 
said deceased. Notice is hereby 
|given that I will pass on said appli- 
cation at my ojllce in LaFaycltP, I 
'••aid county, on tho first Monday In i 
i January, next. Given under my | 
iband and offlcial signature. Thi.s 
Dec. 3, 1917. I 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinarj'. I 



Letters of DLsmlssIon 

Georgia, Walker 0>ounty. 

J. H. Hammond, administrator up- 
on tho estate of Mrs. M. C. Wardlaw, 
late of said county, deceased, has ap ■ 
piled to the undersigned for Jctlen 
of dismisKion from said adminlslrH- 
lorship. Notico Ig.hcrcby given to 
all conccme'd Uiat I will pass on said 
application al my olTlcp in LaFay- 
etlc, said county on Iho.drsl Monday 
in January, next. Glvca under my 
hand and "offlcial eigrialure.UiIs Dec. 
3, 1917. - ' - : 

W. L. STANSELI,^ Ordinary. 



58 



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S^DEALT FATAL JJIOWj 



i)fr'Jainc«''Il."ilJrdcl(,,tlop(jly,''wnrdcnft 
"6fJtho-AtlatUa^'^'cdoral.prj»Ml,^'>.hg^' 
was'. klllcd)Tliur»Jayyt.'rti(:)^jn(u£^ 
Dcm'ctcr.'I'opoff/^a"convlcC'!'V»!*jiip^ 
to'CliatU'nooga^ThuricIuyjn'l&lit^S;^ 
■8;0a:o:cl(Kk byVHnrry'a;:Poolo7:;!ni'&! 
bo'dyl w 1 1 1 bo.'ta k ij ■ fro ni ^^ ; t h b r 6 )?-ila J 
T^cnLoD/'Oavi few nillo«;rroiTl,Ch'^U.* 
tn'rtoogTi,;'\\hor5'Xunoral,Bcn'lcC8yaii( 



lti6Atleptil>;''^vardcniV»;thpitoitV^lJ^ 

nlod^ironi Ulio '/;dln!nif'j?'i*odm^^^ 
-drasvl- '■''■ •".""-■•■<;- '-■^-'•■---^^'-••^ 
dco 

^Top'^nii^was'-'kflnli^^ -,..... .- 

prison \rrom\Tolcdp,;phlo;|A|a'y^:^lBU 
ofl tliis'ycap,'' u'ndor,i'Avo'-}-cai^ll^fra^^ 

^j?I)r;JJrock/analivo;6jTront6w;pa% 
was a Rrnduato of'lho'iAlta'nLa-WedljTS 
cal Co)IcgQttndof;Lho8clVoorpf;Mi)(I'.'§ 
Icl no .; f ;■ New/'. Yorlc"/f Ci ty.^'.Fpr. ij i\i'i^f^ 
ycaV?i'from,1980 ^llBO^i'korwaa.W^i 

>*awn^;^af l^rlwlilch :ho',wa8 n1'aiJpjsi?.St*^ 
d'cn;^ 1 n . I)adO;'cou n ty;> Tea ! ybat^sj^ j^ 
h6Tfcprc«onlcd;Dado;coiinlj>;;'lii'*jliay 
logislaluro and was'.'8e1uaU)r,fi^_m(ttftJ 



•I- -I- h 

CIIAI'MAN— llllllKil-.S 

MIks HiiIIi Cliniiriiiiii. ilmmliliT of 
MiH. I,. .1. (;iiiipii;:in. df WcmL l.a- 
I'iiyi'llr, .'jiiil Mr. 'I'liiiy llriilKi'H, with 
(piii-lly iii.'ii-i-ii-il Siilniiliiy mIkIiL iil 
f-mlit (.Vliick ul lln- .Mi'(lio(li-(l pnr- 
HniuiKi-liy Ili'V. J. A. I'ailri'lK'". Mth. 
I!riilK<''< iH UN allrnc(i\c yoiiim l:iily 
(if WchI I.al'iiycll'' nml is wi 11 and 
fiiviinilily known in a widi- i'ii clL' 'uf 
frii-nilM. Mr. Ilridu''H in ronnrdcd 
wiin 111.- Sli-I,o Ilollliin/ WoikH, and 
IS a man of hiiIi-miIhI Iiii'iiii'-<-i aliilily. 
Till' iiiiiny frii-mls of the younK con- 
[ill' ixlrnd li<;arly roriKratdliilions. 



.SAIITAIN— .SIIANKI-KS 

A wi-diliiii; of inliTi Hi lo Llic frirnih 
of llic i-onlrarlinK pailn-M. was llial 
of I)i'r. 20111., whrn .Mr. .). A. Sarlain 
anil MiH.s Sallic SlianklfH. of C-ilar 
flrovf. w'Ti' rondi- man iind wifi- hy 
lli-v. l-raiili r;. SiiiMiinan. of (;iiink- 
am.-iMK». Only a fmv r<-lalivs mid iii- 
limali- fri'-mlH wilrii-sscil llic riTo- 
niony. Mi", .^^iiilain ix Ui<^ daimliUT 
of .1. II. Shanlilrs. of fj'.lar fllovi'. 
ami Im a cliarmluK ami aiTom|iliMlii-il 
younK woman, whiji- .Mi-. Sarlain is 

(iO|)iiIarly known lliroiij,-lioiil. Iln" 
rniinly as a aian of .siilrniliil rharac- 

Irr ami liiiHincss abilily. Tli'-ir host 
of frirmls nxtnnd happy filicitalioiis. 



Forty-Fourth.iplglricU/or.vorid^t^r'l' 

'Ji'our years '.ago;,''whcn;tIi(5^\y_ilii 

admlni»tratlon|^wcnt)lntol'oiuco/^ 

was 'appointed chief :(Jopuly''^'irih'i|! 

of^tho'DlstrJcl':6f/N6rtli'tloor'^lit>?3g 

hoId;ilil«:po5iUonliinlil;May^|;i;?^i»" 

,whcn\h6;'accoplcd;th6\8ppolnl'^* 

^rOnii\Va8h!n^ton;'4ii;\do'puty'^'^' 

lil(th'o7Fcdrftl^prlgon;',^'jWSi< 

f^ow8^d,■C^A^nol(i.')HCl(^'^'im^^ 

'^Dr;'I3rdck;wa«.»;M«ibh,-pd(M^ 
I Io#. Ahd"a meI^bc^"'o|^i^a■KrifrtliS 

;dr(v3/j ;6f,^frrfti)d«>Who idoipf^j^ 
h|siunUm<J^;(d.bth'4V**" 

CI-AnK8T0N— «nEEN . 

MlAfl Mando Clarknton fn<\ Mr.l 

nohcrt U Green, both of Uil» ciif.\ , '^1 

were married nl 2:30 o'clock yc«t«r.»' young couplo went to Klngjlon In nnl 

I day aflrrnoon at Uic homo of I\cv, auto, *nd there boarded » trairt forj 
L, W. Drowder, In Iho Flflh -R'ard, AUanta vhcro Ihoy will ipcnd tholr| 

jwllh that cleriryniari omclatinj Jionoyttioon. Upon Uiclr rolurn Ihcyj 
Immediately BfUir Ibo ceremony, the will reside la Rome.— Homo Tribune. 



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WALOiK COTTBtTY MUSSEyCTKB, JANPASY 11. 1918 



IJOHN MITCHELL DIES 

AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS 



AfLcr a liriof illiujs.s, John Mitclioll 
lifil ul liis liornc near Naomi Mon- 
day inorninK nboiil II o'clock. T'nn- 
rnil surv ices \vt!i-; lii-ld from llii; i'^^- 
iiji;nr« Tiics'lay nflornoon nl 1! o'- 
rlorU. condiiclfd by Ilcv. I. H. Lron- 
nrd. Inlcrnicnl'followpd in llioNuiiini 
ccrnclnry. ^''^ 

Tlio dnccascd U Riirvivcd by a wid- 
ow, Ihrno brothers, Loftier, (Jlenn 
und Lcc, and Ovc slslcra, Mrs. .1. O. 
Ilillburn, Mrs. W. H. Shipp, Mth. F. 
A. Thonip«on, Mr«. C. M Lanier nnd 
Mrs C P. Wllliamo. 

Vrlcnils of llie bereaved family ex- 
lencMheir nympalhy. 



LAFA-VTTTE BOIOOL NEWS 

By 

Nora Deck 

4. t + 

Scliool opened Monday'Jan. 7, after 
thn ChrislmaB holidays, with a very 
good attendance considering Ihfl bad 
weather. Wc aro very glad to have 
quite a few. new pupljj In Iho higb 
schbol. , " 

MIsa Johnson, on account, of Ihn 
death of her.nlothcr.has not re- 
lumed. Wo regret lo learn of Miss 
Johnson's sorrow *nd cxUnd to her 
oiir 'deepest sympathy. ' .1 

' MnT. Ann Lumpkin bjli^% ^'^c 
of; James onrcalb. -and.-inOll.er of • 
Luther Gllrcalh. dlodon" Wo!2nd^t| 
her ^o^«. near Bock Sprhif . -^Th6 

'";\; ^> •^ 1 

■■vr -Frank Hampton and MIm Pearl 

^^ rirma? both 'of l''--'i,-;-' 
nuktly married T.^»d^y>^^^^ 
dinary-s oltlcc.jM*? ^ »""'''• ^^u a,' 
forming the ccfcrtTny lb his usua. 

happr mamnc"; , ' \ ... • 



-r f 'f I 

'llH- many frimds of Mi.ns llos<^," 
John.Hon. faclKT in 11.- L.iKayell^ 
),igb RCl.ool, rcKr.a lo loarn of the 
drulh of h-.r moLlM-r Sunday nigbt 
at hiT home at, CaincsvillP, (iu. Mlssj 
Joluison will (loubtl.;ss return hern 
Ihe Inller part of the week lo rc-| 
Bume her Rludieii in the Lal-nyetle • 
srliool Monday. 

•^ ^ .1. I 

A Rad death Wednchday wo« Hint 
of Liillier MonlK"inery. colorc<l, 
from a Iwo <veckH' illn.-M will) pneu- 
monia. The funornl was -niMrsday 
morning nt Naomi Krnv.-yard con- 
ducted by IW. L. A.- Mc\yhorler. the 

„,.w iiaslor of A. M. K. /ion church. 
For flovral years LuU.e.n has been 
In Mr. P. n. Forluiie-s PiiipWy. on<l 
his fuilbfulness and polilencss to 
everybody made bim liked by al 
an.l as the driver of lb- motor Irurl. 
for Ib^ C-oal & \Varnbou«e Co was 
well-known around lown. A wife and 
three liUlc daughters survive him. 



Libel For Divorce 

Slnlo of (ieorgia. Walker Counly. 1 
To the Sherirr of said Qpuiily— ■ 
Greeting: . ' . | 

Mrs. liiila Hiso vs. Luther Uiso, Li-, 
bcl for Uivorco. I 

The defendant Luther Iliso is 
hereby rcnuircd personally or by nl- 
lornoy, lo be nnd appear uL the next 
superior court, lo be held in and for 
Haid counly. on the 3rd Monday 1* 
February, next. H.en and lliero lo , 
answer the PlainlifTs demand in an 
action of complaint. 

Witness Ibo Honorable Moses 
Wright, 'Judge of the said court, this 
.^aUl_(lay of nee. 1917. 

J. L. ROWLAND. Clerk. 



Loiters of AJnUnLslratlon 

Ccorgla, Walker County, 

Application having been mado In 
dus form to have G. W. Urown. ap- 
pointed administrator upon the es- 
tate of J. H. Swicegood, late of said 
courtly, deceased, notice Is hcrtjby 
^von that said application will bo 
passed uppn at mypfllcCTm^Uie first 
JV!onda;>- in February, next. Given 
"under my hand and ofllcjal signa- 
ture, this Jan. 7th. 1918. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



at 



(iOllKt— IIATCIIKH 

l.ieiil. .\bner \Vi«,lom (iiiree. of 
Allanla. and Mis.s Willi.. Fi.scliei- 
llalcber, of Ibis cily. eldesi d;iii>;li- 
ler of .Mr. and Mr.^. Williiioi M. 
Ilalcher, were mui-ried UxM iiIkIiI b.v 
Dr. .1. W. Ilaclmiau in llie hIo 
the l-'irsi I'ri'sbyli'iiiui rimiili. 

'I'lirir iiiiirnrm-e .ame i\n n HorjiriMn 
III Mil- I'aiiiily ami llieir many friends. 

Mrs. <;orri- i.s iin- ^•niiiilnuu-i> ,,f 
Mr. I,. I,. Fisrbrr. of llii.s cily. .Sh,- 
aUi-iuli'd Ihi- .SiMieil llciirl acailcmy 
— Kileii ball- '|iirii>(<il:i|e, I'u.. nnd 
Mi.ss Ma.Hon's .^-clionl Caslle-.m-lbe- 
lliid.son. 

I.ieifl. (Jiu'ec IS (lir ynuiiKrsl Hon of 
Cliiircliill P. (iiin-e. of Allanla. He 
was born in I'.bulfjuiooKa, bul the 
family renioM-il In Allanla when be 
was a child. Lieiil. (iorc«v-l(i h gi'ad- 
uaLo of Ibe (ienrKlii Sclioolof Tecli- 
iiology, and was coiisidrTed one of 
tbn leadiiiK atlib'tes of I'ur school. 
lie rrceiv<Ml liis militnry eibiralion 
al lh() Fort ryeavenwortli TrninliiK 
school, and received a commission n« 
second lieulenaiil. lie is now sUiUon- 
ed at Fort OKlethorpe, allached to 
llm Fifly-necoiiil 'infnnlry; Sevnn- 
IniMith machine fruii ballnllon.— 
Tuesday's Clial. News. 



60 



l//lll9/^ 



f ' NOTICK 

CJrorglii, \Vnlkf-r County. 
I Tlio apin-oinrrn havinj? 8mi-nilo<! 

llipir rrliirn n.-lliriK nuldi- a year's 
laupporl U> Mrs. Kinma Lumpkin oul 
|of Ihc pRlaU> (if il. |> .Lumpkin. Uu- 
joofi/tp.l, noli.T )i linn-by givn tlial I 
will pAD.s on itiinl amoniliimiil in my 
onirn on llin rir«l Monday In roN- 
ninry IUI8. (ov.mi ihkI.t my Jiand 
nnU omcial .■•iKTioturo, IIi»h Jan. 10, 
IIMH. \V. I, SIA.NSKM,, Ordinary! 

J I^Bvo 10 8«l| , . 

, CipocRln. Walkor County. 

<\.\.. Da.v. nchuininLralor nf I hi! cs- 
l(il« of J. I., hay, wilh vsl|l nnnl^x(«<l, 
lius appli.'d l,v t)io undei-.Mi(nicd fur 
Icnyo lo !<('ll llio roal o.italfl bolonKing 
III .^aid I'ntflli-. Nolicc i.i licrt'by k'v- 
">n lliut I will pa«» on said applica- 
tion Bl..iny oQIcti inhnKayottp, said 
cnuiity, on llio .flrgtMonday In Ki'li- 
runry, ni>xL. (iivpii under my liniiil 
and nnin.ll hi»;naluro, lliis .Ian. 7, 

loia. 

\V.(,. SIAN.«?KLL, Ordinary. 



ISENQEE. JAHUAUY 18, 1818. 



+ + 

^•^ DUK CIIEKK + 

+ + 



MISS JANE BOMAR DIED 
AT HER HOME MONDAY 



Jkirn .Siindiiy to Mr. and .Mrs. -Will 
[tiUi-more, a dauRlilor. 

I born ^^atu^(lay lo Mr. and .Mrs. Lonj 
J.anKford, a daUKhtor. ' 



MISS MAY BBIDBES DIED 
AT CASSAhORA SUNDAY mm 



'I'lic dcalli of .MiMS May llridKOs, of 
(iaRsamlra, rarly Sunday niRl't, uftiT 
a short illnoHfi, cainc as a diHlinct 
sliork to ri.-lativn.i and frirnds in 
that section. Miss llridK'is was an 
orphan, and had lived with hnr 
KrandparcnCB*Mr. and Mrs. \V. 11. 
Binglctcrry, sincn ear(y childhood. 

Funeral sorN'ices woro lield from 
llio Now Prospixt Daptisl church, of 
which slic was a consistent meinher, 
Tuesday afternoon, conducted by 
flov. J. W. Bhuinalo. ,T|io inetn)>or« 
of tlic Sunday school class of Iho de- 
ceased actrj as pallhcarrrs. Inter- 
ment followed in the Bin^lotcrry 
graveyard. 

Miss IlridgcS'was a young woman 
of splendid Christian character, was 
fcn artlve worker In the church and 
Hunday, school, and was |>opuIar a- 
mong a wide circle of friends. Her 
death will ba mourne<l by all those 
who knew hnr, and in hec -passing 
the community In Which she livc{l 
sustains a great lots. 



Ue lia\e JM-iMi tiyiiDi for lliu la.st 
(«i\ weeks to catch up with our wood 
(,'ioppinK and llremaking but il 
«i:eiii3 thai we make but. lilUe pro- 
gress toward that end. It .teems iia- 
hiral for us to say we ne\er saw the 
like hefore, but if tins writer has 
ever experienced such an exiensivc 
< old. had .spell, 30 early in the wm- 
lor season, he has no recollection of 
it. IVrhaps it may be the forerunner 
iif-a good crop yirar. ITopc so ut lear<l. 
riie continual fri.-eiing of the land 
will put the soil Ml Kood tdiaiic fur 
lulhvaLjon and furni.sli a Kood need 
bed if we ju.st don"l get in too great a 
luirry and plow our land wet m the 
Hpring. 

We tender our .lyiiipalhy to .Mr. 

and Mr.H. Kinch K.lre.itli in the loss 

U,i their little hahe winrli dii'd last 

ISiiUirday wei-k Iroiii the elTects of 

infantile paialysis. lUwas not tpulo 

ift year old, but had been wilh the 

' parents long enough for lliem to 

re.ali/.e the love parents lia\c for 

their Utile ones. KviMylhiiiK was 

done to r(^«lore the little one to 

(ticallti- t«it to no avail. Its rniiiaiaa 

were tenderly laid to re«L ni the 

il'rinity.Kraveyurd Sunday afternoon 

following its death. 

Wo wore sorry to leain' of the 
death of our cHteemed frieud, II. W'. 
llogers of Cedar Cirovo. Wo have 
been intimately acguninti'd with him 
for many years and always esteoineil 
him U3 one of our bt^sl Inciids. Many 
times have wo nict at his hospiUblc 
homo where we have spent many 
pleasant hours. We realize of a truth 
that ho \»ill be missed in hi« home 
community, in his church and Hun- 
day school and especially around 
his family hi^artlistonc. We lend 
our sympathy lo his bereaved loved 
ones and would commend them lo 
Him who hns proiuised not to make 
our burdens heavier than wo can 
bear. ... 



Miss Jane Dvmar died at llio old 
Iloin.ir home in Weal, Arrourhee 
.Monday moriuPK "l '0 o'clock, after 
n lingering illness. She was one of 
the oldest women, in the county, bo- j 
iiiK HI nt the time of her death. 

'I'ho deeeused is survived by three 
sisters. Mrs. l". A. McWilliams, Mrs. 
11. C. McWilliams and Mrs. Jomos 
Storey, all of West Armucheo. 

Funeral services were conducted 
Tuesday afternoon al Z o'clock by 
Ilov. B. F. llunl. Interment follow- 
ing In Ihc McWilliams graveyard. 

Miss Domar was a woman of many 
splendid IralU ( f character, and was 
loved by a wide circle of friends. 
|Ier death comes a distinct, loss to 
■.ho WcsL Armuclicc community es- 
pecially, as well OS to all .those wJio 
knew her, > 



R. B. BAGWELLDIEO 
SUDDENLY WEDNESDAY 



V/ lii'^ 



\\\B> O.VE OF TIIKCOLNTVSJIOST 

IMiOMINENT AM) UICST. KNOWN 

CrriZKNS — Fl^WERAL AT 

ClllCKAHAUr.A FKIDAY 



MrCLUUB— OAHMANY 

A wrddiiiR (hbl camo as a Rurprlno 
to nvorybody horc, oven to llio pa- 
•nnU of tho conlrncUnK pnrlios, was 
lliat, Monday aflnrnoon, when- Miss 
JnweH McCliiro, dniiKhler.ffi Mrs. C 
K. McCIui'p.. nnd Mr. Clark Oarmany. 
youngest son .of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. 
Garmnny, of Clinltnnooga, strollpd 
up North Main Btrnct about 2:30, 
Jumpnd in nii autoinobilo somowhcro 
'near thn cily limits, and motored to 
IninRKold and'woro mnrrlnd. Shortly 
'aftnr Iho corntnony »l Kln^Kold tlip 
younp couple Inft for Challannoga. 
wlicro tlicy will make their future 
home."; 



4* 1 

4« XniON NKWS + 

4* + 

I Dob Williams dird at bis home 
.north of Trion Monday night and 
jwas buried at the family cemetery 
I Wednesday. Tin; Imreoved family 
has tho sympaljiy of many ft'ionds 
, hero. 



n. n. Bagwell, ono of tho county's 
beat known, and most prominent cit- 
izens, died at liiD home at Lytle aui}- 
dcnly Wednesday afternoon at two 
o'clock. Mr,' Dagwoll had not been 
comlpaining and apparently was In 
as good health as usual, and was alt- 
ling in a cl)air in his homo, when bo 
died Buifdcniy without a atrugglo/ 

The deceased is survive^ by a wid- 
ow, two daugiilers, ''Mr». E, W, 
Wright, of Chamblco, Gr, and Mr«. 
L. Muivaney, of Ft. Oglethorpe; two 
soflsirA. U Dflji5;woll,,iorLyUe aind W^ 
0. Dag^elj o^ Cl\t^kamaug». 
, Mr. Pagwell wa^ born \n, Chattooga 

counlr JuiM ^, I84S ind w***.'" ^* 
stjventy-llrv yp»r at the llmo of his 

dfl»tb. Ho ihlj«t«d In (he Confoder-i 

ato arijiy al tho ffulbreak of lh« 'CIvll^'T " _ >-,"i-.....' , 
•vrarjoining Co.B, Sixth" (Georgia Fnt. flucfe^'br'flW.-F. U. 
'waAv^tA wUh Ix>ng<trcet In Vlr*'- lieopliif wllh thft iti(Iu 
'glnra. Ifowia Vp»9t nia»l/ir ■of-''tBflr'is*(4f«<fc,l]j0'Wij^ 
Chickamauga lod.ge A. Y'.t,K7Mi^Mmixy^:fM\\'\^^ 
^n(}^'^i also 4 member 

j . Funeral ae rvlces will 




nEnr.WALL— McFARLAND 

- Tho following announcomenl of 
iho approaching wodding of Miss I 
8ifmo Bcrgw^ll, of LaFaynlto and Mr,| 
Clay A. McFarlnnd of Rossvillo, son 
of J. n. McFarland^ will bo of great 
Interest ' to Ihoir many county^ 
friends: ; , - ' ^ 

Mr. and Mrs. J. F.Wnrdlaw, 
announcfli^-iho engagement and aj)- 

proachlng; nuptials of tticii* 
adopted daughter, « 

Bigno Martha Uorgwall 

'to 
Mr, Clay Allen McFarland 



IN ME.MORY OF MAY nniDGES 

\^-0n Sunday, Jan. 13, 1918, the doalh 
angcf -came in to tho homo of Mri 
and Mrs. Singlclcrry and took th<i 
gentle spirit of May Bridges. She 
had Jufll posspd into her 20tli year. 
It was a shock to all for she was 
sick such a short time. 

All' was done that loving hands 
could do but Ood said, "Como up 
higl\fr, to the homo which I have 
prepared for. my children." Loving 

j neighbors and kind friends mingled 
thoir tears with ours and spoke com- 

I forling words, but our sorrow was 
loo greal for human words to reach. 

I Wo followed tho remains of our 
loved one lo Now Prospect Baptist 
churcli, where she had so oflon gone 
and tlicr* wo lisloncd to Iho lender 
words of Rev. J. W. Shumate. Then 

,her body was tenderly laid to rest in 
the Singlelerry graveyard. 

I Wo mourn not as those who liavo 
no hope for sh<; had given lior heart 
to God nnd Joined Iho New Prospect 
church and had lived a sweet chris- 

I linn life. 

She had made her home wilh her 
grandmuthur SingloLcrry and no 

jinollier dould have been more fuilU- 
ful than she. 

•We loved her, yes, wo loved lior, 

I But augQls loved her more; 
For they have sweetly colled her 
To yonder shining shore. 

I She was Just In tho prime of lifo 
when hor lamp of lifo was extin- 
guished. Wo cannot understand why 
sho was taken from us as it was 
such a pleasure to bo -*^ilh her, but 
our next meeting will bo in tho 
homo not made with hands. 

I She loaves her grandfathers and 



grandmothers and several auntJi and 
uncles with a host of friends to 
mourn her departure. 

Written by her* aunt, 

UENA BENSON. 



WALKZB OOUlfTT KXBSZVaVij TKBJLVJlKY 1, 1918 



liN mf:m()i\\'. 

Oil Oct. 17, 1017 iho great, mon3lor 
of (loalh mine Into llir lioiiu- of Mr. 
and Mrs. JdIiu Uurk and Unik away 
llicir .liUlc three year old daughter. 
Kucile, who had llie miafortuno on 
Friday Oct. 12th, of KPtliiiR burned 
so badly that death resulted. Words 
cawiol expre.'^s tlic agony alio suffer- 
ed but she bore it bravely. All thai 
loving' handa could do wag duno for 
her, but Uj no avail. " 

Ucr mother, who was also burned 
so badly in trying to save her little 
daiMing. wa» tinable to minister to 
hor needs. ^ 

Why so dark a 8hadiA\- has boeti 
cml over the hon\(? of this loved ono 
o"lLlili time wo cannot understand^ 
buf.atter^whilo'wn ijV'ill updorsland. 

We will say lo the bereaved par- 
ents, "Woep not for your llllo dar- 
ling, for some day, sooner or later 
wo will, meet again In the house not 
niado with hands, eternal in Iho 
loavclis." "^ - 

The little body was laid to rosl In 
Iho Chickamauga cemetery In lli<» 
pcesonco of a host of relatives and 
friends, there Lo awalt-lhe rosurroo-: 
lion morn.' 

Wrlll6n l>y pno who loved and 
kTicw her." ' ' 

MH6. LAlfJU OUILDIIESS. 



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i J I I" 



•i"i~i r i"i i"i"r "ill 

WTST LAFAYETTE ^ 4« 







Ilcrn Sunilny to .Mr. and Mrs. Kd I 
Mitchell, a daviKhler. 1 



•I"I"H""I"I' l"I"I'1" i"l"J"i"i"*~4— » • 
4» 'h 

■i. ^AOJU + 

I -4 - t .. i .. t .. t .. t - i . i - t .. M - I - I - K . +4-H. I 

We rogretV) hear of the death of 
Miss Jane yliomar. She was a good 
wninan^Tilid w;lll bo nilsscd In West. 
Arniuchee. The Honiars aro ono of 
the old settlers In ifiis county and 
aro One. people. Mis? J,ono yvDi ybe 
missed In her home and church and 
commurdl/, but )»♦•» useful llfq y<\\\. 
bo long rcmombcrad. ' 

T. II. MOOllB. 



rEBRUARY 8, 1918. 

J, - ■! 

* XniON NfiWS + 

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dob Stiles, a 
son, Feb. 1. 

Miss Bessie Parham and Mr. Will 
Tato wero mnrrird Sunday night, 
Jan. 27 at tlio pnrsonngo, Rev. J. B. 
Greshani performing tho ceroinqny. 
They didn't announce it until Sun- 
day, l-'eb. 3. They aro with Ihob'-iflc's 
parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. O. PnrMni. 

J FAinVIEW 



j^. ' Year's Support • • ''-"--N 'v 

jGcorgia. Walker Cdunl^. ' V j| 

• f .To wli(<ni Jit'piay concerns Mjrg. (^»-.~ 
I jUndorwood, widow of A. Underwood, 
late of said county, deceased, hifa ap- " 
plied to the undersigned for a y©%r^ 
support for herself arid se'voATnltvoir 
chddren from tho CHlate nf Bald dt-, 
ccasod. Notlc* Is hereby given, that I 
wilf pane on said &pplipat(on'.«l m> 
offjtfl in LaFayblte, said poutilT,- on 
IhQ nrsl Mon('lay In tfoirch, ncxtrClv- 
on under my hand and oITlolil b1<t»*-, 
lure. This Feb. A, 1918. • ' < .- 



+ 1 



'n?o wedding hells have been ring- 
ing and Sunday Mr. WiH Palmer and | 

I Miss Fannio Klliult wore united m 
the holy bonds of inatriin-my by Hey. 
J I, CiiU.reath. li.eir many friends 

' • . ^„. ii.nm a l.,nK and haiipy lit"- 

+ .1- 

.1- CVlLliTr -i' 

i' -^ 

i' -I-H-H-H-I- -I-H-l-H-l-H- + 
Sorry lo itimmI the death of Mrs. 
Clint WilliaiiiM of Center Crovo, who 
died la.it Frtday. Mrs. Williiims had ^ 
been .sick flomeliii.c. She loaves ai 
husband and httl'- hnby, a nidlhiTl, 
and one brother, her fallior, J. A.jj 
Brooks, having pa.>tsed away about a 
year ago. Tho Ix'ueavoii ones have 
our\Rynipathy. ' I 

Ixltera of Dlsmbslou 
Georgia, Walker County. 

G. O. Ilanklns admlnlsl rotor upon 
the ceUto of W. D. ilanklns, lalo of 
said county, deceased, has applied 
to tho undersigned for letters of dis- 
mission from said atlmlnlslratorshlp. 
No^Jro Is hereby glvon lo all con- 
cerned thai I will pass on said ap- 
<>lleatlon at my oillco In LaFoycllo, 
said county, on tho llrsl Monday in 
March. ,ne.\l. Given under my hand 
and ofTlcial slgnnluro, this Feb. 4, 
1018. W. L. STANSfcLL, Ordinary. 



. >, Year'* Support - ' 

j Georgia, Walker County. 
I . To whom it may oODCcrn: Mrff. W.J 
'k. .Thompson, widow of W. EJI 
1 Thompson, late of saidvcounly, d< 
Iceascfi; has appHod to-^the unrfe 
i signed for a year's evipporl forh* 
self and ono intjjy child frorti 
I estate of said deceased. ^NoUcfl'i 
I hereby given thai I will pa«8'oq 
application at my oITlco trt'LaFfct-j 
elte, said county, on Iho first Mond«_ 
In March, next. . Given uDdor jnyf 
hand and otncli)! signature. .^^ 
Feb. 4, 1018. 1 • ■•-•>i'-v 

W. L. 8TA,N?ELL, iDrdlnary. : . 



L«>«ve lo Sf'U 

Georgia, Walker County. 

C, M. Wheeler, administrator of 
the estate of A. J. Wheeler, late of. 
said' county, dec.; 'scd, has applied 
to the undersigned for leave to sell 
the Teal, estate Ix^longiiig lo said es- 
tate. Notice is hereby given that I 
will pass upon said application at 
iii^- odlce In I^Fayctte, said county, 
on the first Monday id March, next. 
Given under my hand and official 
signature, this Feb. 4, 1918. 

W. L. STANSELI-, Ordinary. 



Year's iSupport • ''- "J- ;. 

Georgia, Walker Cdunl^. " '!.;:;] 
: .fo wbrfm Aipiay concerns Mrs. ^.t; 
Underwood, widow of B. Undorwood/_ 
lalo of saW county, deceased, hifs ap- " 
plied to the undersigned for ajro^rt'', 
Bunporlfor herself and seven irilrtac" 
children from Ihn estate of 8«ld d«-', 
ceased. N<jUc« Is hereb/ given. Iba^ t 
wllf pas« on said ^pplicallpn".*! to> 
ofilto in LaFayblto.Mld poutilr,- on 
Ihij firsl Moni'lay In Marbh, noxUGlW. . 
en under my hand and official algXka-. 
lure. This Feb. \, 1918. , ' VV' 




, TBjoarAjt I, iiiM. 



Leave to SHI | 

Oeor^a, Walker Ck)unty. ~ ' | 

Mfe. M. E.-Joncfl, adminislratxix of 
Ihc estate of J. W. Jonca, laUj of said 
couulx, deceased, tias applied lo Iho 
undorsigned for leave lo sell llio real 
ealato belonging U> said csLato. No- 
lice is hereby given UfaC^I^fClil pass 
upon said *ppllcalion atfliiy ofllcc in 
LaFaycltc, said county, oix the (Irsl 
Monday in March, next; Given un- 
der my hand and oITIolal signature, 
I this Feb. 4. 1918. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



Leave lo Sell 
Georgia, Walker County. 

|,."C, M. Wheeler, administrator of. 

[Iho estate of A. J. Wheeler, laic of. 
said' county, dec.:'3cd, has applied 
to the undersigned for leave to sell 
the Teal, estate belonging lo said es- 
tate. Notice is hereby given that I 
will pass upon s.-^id application at 
iiiV (ifllcc In IJlFaycttc, naui county, 
on the flrst Monday id March, next. 
Given under my hand and ofllcial 
signature, this Feb. I. 1918. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



UUMPKI.N— WII.EY I 

•Ihf innrrioKO of Mls.i nachcl | 
I.iinipkln and Mr. Ilohert Wlloy, nt\ 
ClinttuiiooKn, was Kolniiiil/.n.l at the 
honie of tlie lirldr's mother, Mrs. 11.] 
1>. I.uinpkln. Tuosdny tifternoon ^l 
four-lliicly o'clock. Only relatlv(js 
nnd n few cloic friends wero prcsonl 
nl Ihii ceremony, which was pet*j- 
formc.l by Uov. J. H. Clarke, of Vdr- 

sylli. 

I The bride was \miisually ntlrao- 
llve on this occnsioil, her stylish suit 
of navy blue beintt a most becon\ing 
iiiodel. ImmedlaWy after the cere- 
mony Mr. nnd Mrs. Wiley left for 
ChntmnooKa where Mr. Wiley holds _ 

„ responsible Rovrrnuienl position, | Georgia. Walker County, 
nnd where they will mnko tlicif 



Lelleni of Dl»>pl«lon 



aor'nanltrn. ndminlslralqf uponl 
o, .1*111 of W. D. HwaUna, )»te 6l\ 

n qum one, \b laaid county, °°°°.'^. ,,,.. „! jifr- 
of more than usual Interest ^o M- H> U.e undmig^cd Jo^ c^^^^^ 
Fayette people, since this has nlwn^a 'mission from said a^omin ^^ _^^ ^r_| 



Tbls wedding, while n qUlel one, Is Uaid cOun 

r more than usual Interest lo M- Uo Uie und 
Fayette people, since this has nlwnjrs mission fr—- -_ „ 

IZ the' hoL of the br.de. who has «oUje ^^^^l]/^ -..Jid".- 



.f .1- March, n^^l. Given under my ^and 

fMr Clny.Ml.-nMc-^n'dojneial slsnaluro. this Feb. «,l 
W. J>. 8TAN8ELL. Ordinagr, 



FKBKUAST IB, 1918. 

COULTICH— C.niFKlTII 

A wi'dilinn of iiilciost to their 
many frieiid.s was lliul nf Siiiidiiy 
inorniiiK when Mi.-i.s l.iiii I'.ciulli-r und 
Mr. waller (inllll.li wi-n- iiinrriril by 
l|lev. I. S. l.eonanl nl. the Dnpli.st 
U'liiircli between the Siinilay schinil 
j.ierision nnd the iircarhiUK hour. 
' 'I'An' bride i.s llii> ilnti^hl'M' oi Mr. 
and .Mrs. .hmii's (linillcr, of Wesl Ar- 
niurbei', is ii cliiinniiiK und ncrniii- 
pliHhed youoK lady, nnd is well- 
known lo n widr CMi'le of friondH in 
Ihc county. .Mrs. (Ii'illllli wn.l one of 
Ili4' ciiinily's niosl ellliMi'nl IcneherH. 
The Kruoni is a ynuHK man of sterl- 
1 Ing ehnrneler. fminerly of WesI Ar- 
muehec. bul is ti.iw un enleriirising 



•I' 
'I'he w. 'tiding 
land and Miss Simie llergwall. will ijis; 
ll,e soliuim/.ed at Hie home of Mr. 
and Mrs. .!» F. Wnr.llnw tins nfU'r- 
noon, 'l-liursdny. -.1 three oVlork. m 
Uir pr.-senre ol n few relatives und 
inliiimte friends. 

+ 'V '}• 



IN mkjiohy of 

HOBKRT L. KILLINdSWOin H 

TIs not all of life to live, 

.Ndr all of death lo die; 
lleyiiiicl Ibis vale of tears 

'I'licTo is a life above, 
L'nmensured by the flight of yi^ars. 

And tlial life Is love. 

'Iho 'jeath angel came on Dec. ?7, 
last and claimed ns its pri7.e the 
bright and promising young life of 
llobert KillingBworlh.- 

After all that love and skill could 
do for Ills relief during an awful Ill- 
ness of three days he pu.ssiid away at 



bu.sines/man of CbatlnnooKn. .. jj^^tn of Administration 

Afler u brief wcd.ling Irip Mr. und CcorgJ*!- Walker County. 

Mrs. (Irinuii will be nl home to their 

friend.s In Chnllanoogn. 

Mnny friemls extend happy felirl- 

Inlions. 



Abt>Ilc4tion hayins been made in 
■duo.fprntto have II. E. MsWillipms 
.^PP9iD^^ administrator upon the 
«sU^e^ Of Mfas Jado Bomar, lale of 
«aKl county, docoasdd. notice is here 



his homo In ChatUnooga Valley, 
near Ce.nchat. Robert was born In 
July imw, b<;ing the youngest son of 
Mr. nml Mrs. W. A. Killingsworth. 
and by his genial und genteel dispo- 
Kllion won for himself the place of 
favorite in Ihrt home and with his 
friends and nssociales. 

Birth and death note the beginning 
nnd the end of temporal exisleiire. 
but it is the niliiiK in of the inter- 
vening years thai declares a life nnd 
determines its real meaning, and so 
Ihe years that Intervened with 
Holierl were busy, studious years, 
nttitig himHelf for a useAil life, and 
making for liimsell many friends, a- 
mong old and young, in the commvm- 
ity fn which he l^id always lived. Ills 
was n noble life well spenL 

To his dear ones, and lo us, It 
seems he died before bis time, that 
Ihe calendar measvired for him a de 



by ^veh"ihal said application will bo hcleney of years, bul alas. It Is not 

pa^^ upon at my offlcc on the first I'or u< to dntcrmino what shadows 

-Moif^ajr In March. nexL Given under nrc necessary for the fuinillng of 
my^iiD^ and olUcIal signaturo. this 

:^1>' ^Vfj" ^- 3TANPELL, Ordjoaf y. ' 



64 



:^/5//9/^ 



Ycju't flu|>por1 ~ 
Georgia. Walker Cwoty. 

To whom U m«y concern; EUinl 
Mltciroll, widow of John M. T^itcholl, 
lal« of said covinlj, Uoco9»cd,- has 
applied lo the up^iorpignod 'far a 
ycar'a liTlpporl fo;* herself from lh& 
cslaU: of said deceased. NoUoo Is 
hereby given Dial I will pass ojd said 
appllc^Uoo flt my ofllce in I>aF«ycUo,"' 
said county, on the flrst Monday In 
March, next. Given under my 
hand and ofnclal-slguaturo. This 
Feb. 4, 1918. 

W.l^STANSELL, Ordinary. 



IxtUTii of Dlflmlflslon 

Oeorgln, Walker CounLy. 
D. G. Elder, adminlslralor of Elizah 
Carlock Dallon, iale of said counly, 
doceascil, has applied to the under- 
signed for loiters of dismission from 
Iho said admlnlalralorshlp. Notice 
Is hereby given to all concerned that 
I will pass on said appllcallon at my 
ofDco in LaFayetto said counly on 
the flrsl Monday In Marclh next. 
Given under my hand and odlcial 
Signature, this Feb. K, 1918. 

W. L. 8TANSELL, Ordinary, 



Year's Support, 

Georgia, Walker Counly. 

To whom it may cosrCom: Mr». R. 
Underwood, widow of n. Undohvood, 
lat« of said couniy, dcc«ascd. has ap- 
plied to the undersigned for a year's 
support for herself anjlBOvon minoi* 
children /rom lh(\ cslaio of said do- 
eeasfjd. Notice l» hereby Vvcn that I 
will pass on said applicalloil at my 
ofllce In I>aFayottc, said counly, on 
the first Monday in March, next. Giv- 
en under my hand and official ilgna- 
turo. This Feb. 4, 1918.- 



FKBEUAEY 22. 1918. 
■ -_ I . ■ 



MRS. MARY A, JONES 



BKRGWALL-McFAnLAND | 

On February U, the homo of Mr.; 

' ond Mrs. J. F. Wardlaw on North, 

PAI I Q flN CI CCpMain strool wu< Iho scc'iie of a wed- 

lALLv UH OLLLrdiiiK most boauliful in that charming 

Himpllclly which makes thcso oc- 

-^ caslons eo sacredly sublime. 

, , This marrlngo united the llvps of 

niKh AT,l\irK OLD ,\(JK OK M-m,„ gigno Dcrgwall the adopted 

(laughter of tlin house, and Mr. Clay 
A. McFarliind, son of Henator and 
Mrs. James U .Mcl'arland of Hons- 
vlllo, 



yiSB MKMUKIt OK O.NK OK 
, illK OLDhlST KAMIIJK.H 
IN GEORGIA 



Promptly at the hour of 3:30 the 

_, ' groom entered the long double, par- | 

lore and paused before the connerl- 
Tlie death of Mrs. Mary Ann Junns. ing archway wlioro bo awaited llie 
widow of UoviH M. Jones, at borbonio bride, who, clad in her robes of 
near Catlett last Wednesday nfKht, shimmering pucbess sotln,' with 
rrniovod from the coun^/ one of it« shoifvcr Ixiuquet of ros«» and valley 
oblest and most reHi.eclod women. llUcs. entered On tho arn^ of her fos- 
•rho deceased w»r in her ninety- lor father, Mr. J. F. Wardlaw, who 
third ye«r. an<l up lo the past Jew gave her In marriage. Here Ihcy 
month* her health bad been remark- were met by Iho Reverend C. R. 
abJjr good for onh of her ago. Jones, pastor of Iho First M. E. 

. 8ho was a daughter of the iale church, Ilo8sv(llo, who y^^A the 
Kdou) G". W. Moon, Br, and was born beautiful ceremony in a Inost Im- 
noar Monroe, 0«, in Wejton counly. prcsslvo' manner. 
9h"« moved with hrr fatbvr to Walk- Mrs. McFarland, as Miss Dcrrwall, 
er county In l.?V) and In 1852 she was sine© her residence In LaVayctU). 
ni>rrlod to Rovis M. Jones, Bhe lived haa by ,her winning pq'sonality. and 
at tho old homosload for more than charming manner, drawn around her 
a half century. n circle of admiring frljsnds, who do- 

Mrs. Jones Is survived by one light in wisbifift this happy, pair 
brother;' E.G. W. Moon, J r, and two "Bon Voya(|e," , on the' m^lrlmonlal 
children. «. O. W. Jonci, of Catlotl, sea, while Mr. MeFarland possessing 
and Charles Robert* Jonhs, of Ross- all those characlorUlUa X)f storting 
vllle'.'^:'. ■ "' ' worth and staunch Intcgrlly.whjch 

• The deceased was a mdmber of one are Inhei-cnt' qiialllioa of this promw 
of Ihn oldest famlllos in Georgia. Ho? Inenljamily, «irrl(» ♦Ith .him, ^he 
father, Edom Moon, was born in 1773 congralulalions and bf?t'Wl»h^» o/ 
an(J dlo; nl ili.« npo of W, while ho.*' hofta of Jfr|ends, .■ ^ • .^.-V- -'Xi 
gr«^ndfalho^■ Moon was over 100 yearn ' Aft«r IM ceremony .'a do 
of ago al the lime o/ hlj d^lh. 8l( 



pne.o^^^«JaU(lilec(^ tit l>)^ 






>Uclou»jti 
whlcb'lt< 



courw wM served, •(l<f«'. ^-^'f ^, 1?^ 
yonrig. cootde , left for . a^ ten dayri 
bridal- If lp.>nd..wl|l ^ere«ft«r,ri^,| 



■ ' Fuheral services were, held Frldiy 
morning at o^3ven Q.'olbck at- tho 
Moon cemnl/iry at Catlett, ^Ohductod 
by Rov. W. C. Tallent a^ld R6V. J. M. 
Coloy. The largo concourse of frlflnds 
attoslcd lo Iho high esloem In which 
she was hold. . \ 



Side, "near: (ibalMin<>oaa.,"whei'/v tWo 
gro<?m l«;etJ««k«<l In Vf^t) %<i\ammi> 
vi^'. .v.VAmJEfJi^U 



She was ai'.d<!vout Christian, w^s'^ 
mcrAher of.Ah(5 'Waptlit thuroh for ,, 
more Ihan nUj^.^ears, and was loved | ^slneiM' 

iiibffrh "li(<r dOhtft.'ITftrcy i' nw^ g ^ w *^^ 

always wisa and yo;^mfiM Wfe'lja^ old T , 

itire always glAd to gdTOThflf hmVio, T NAOMI 



'""•'*• "-'iwarl, u line nm,. ,„ 
N) Mr. Ciwni-i pjiii whip (u,, 

, I'lilMM |,y liMllS.'If. 



I'.d (iircM wild liiiH 1 1 Ml, ^ ,.,. 

scviM'iil wci-kn (llcil n few duy» liuik 
niul wan Inlil nwny lo riwi in ihr 
.Niionii cemelery. Ilev. I. .S. I.noimrd 
conilurling the funeral m-rvJcTs. 



Zj;tz/i9/^ 



FRIDAY, MAKCH 1, 1918 



+ + 

J. -^ CATLEm: + 

^.j^ r - i ,1 i-. i - i - i - i -i II I ! a - i -4' 

Mr». JoiiPB <I><'<1 '"«' wi:ck niiil vvQS 
lulil to roHl In Uin Moon cnnclnry. 
Mr». .loncH wnH 03 ynnrn nlil nn<l a 
Bood old lady, lovo.l by oil Uial 
know lirr. BUc la survived by two 
''sonH, E. (1. W. JonoB. of U.i« plttoc. 
with whom Bhn mado her homo, and 
C II .lon.'R, of H<iR«\<illi^. A largo 
mimhor of rclnlivoH nnd fiinndi 
mourn for hr.r. jMinoral norvlcog 
wcro ronduclcd Friday by Unvn. J. 
M. Coloy nnd Tallcnl. 



Year's Support 
Georgia, Walkor Counly." 

To whom il may concurn: Mrs. W. 
E. Thompson, widow of W. E. 
Thompson, laic of said county, de- 
ceased, has applied to the under- 
signed for a year's support for her- 
self and oxic minor child from the 
'Cstato of said deceased. Notico is 
licreby given that I will pass on said 
application at my offlco in LaKay- 
«ttc, said counly, on the first Monday 
in March, next. Given under my 
hand- and ofllcial signature. This 
J-'cb. 4, 1918. 

• W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



Lc^t^^rs of Administration 
<jeorgiB, Walker County. 

Application having been made in 
•duo fqnn to have R. E. McWllllams 
•sppoinlod administrator upon tho 
«8tate of Miss Jano Bomar, lato of 
«aid county, deceased, notice is here- 
l)y glventhal said application wilt bo 
passed upon at my ofllco on the first 
MoDdajr^n March, rxjxt. Oivcn under 
zny band and ofnrial signature, this 
Fob.y -1.-1018. 

; W; L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



F. A. MASON DIED IN 
COUNTRfS SERVICE 



WAS HUmKU AT NAOMI CEME- 
TERY MO.NUAY MOHMNt;— 
.MANY BEAUTIKLIl- KLOIIAL 
OKFERl.NGS 



Francis Arthur Mason, xon of S. K. 
^;:l8on. of Naomi, diinl Vc\>. l.'Olh., in 
the navy hospital, at I'orUnioulb, N. 
II, aftnr a brief illness of pneumonia. 
Mr. MBMon enlisted in the navy In 
Juno of last year and at tho time of 
enlistiuK l)e was living at St. Elmo, 
Tenn. Ho accepted sorvlco in tho 
navy hospital, after a course of 
training at Newport, U. I, for sevora! 
months. After passing a very credit- 
able examination in tho training 
school, bo was given a leave of ab- 
Rcnco, which ho spent with home- 
folks hero and with relatives In 
Chattanooga and St. Elmo. 

Tho body of .the deceaned was 
shipped hor<5 Monday morning and 
was met at tho station by relatives 
and representatives of Uifi D. A. R. 
chapter, who according to the ou»- 
lom of the chapter, placed an Amor- 
loan nag on the bier. Funeral 8or» 
vices were held from tho Naomi, 
church Monday morning .at tl o'-, 
clock, conduolod by Rov. Dacbmanj 
[of Chaltanookn. 

I The decoaied was an active mwn- 
b43r of tho Prwhylorlan church al 81, 
Elijio, before h^ cnlbito4 in the 8or-| 
vlo» of his country, and at one llmf ^ 
waa superinlendenl of the St. ElmOj 
Sunday aohool. Ho won a wldo clreto 
of -friends at BU'filmo aod his p<n)<*-( 
larlty and eil««m was revealed In ; 
the beautiful floral otTerlngs 5f' 
friends thero. The 8L plmw Sunday, 
school Mso sent a most allractlv*, 
anchor of flowers to bodcck. Ihf 
■grave of their fallen frlond. ',1 

Mr. Mason Is survived hr-* father, 
three »Ulci-8 fcnd four brplhers. 



, MAECH 1, 1918, 



JAMES A, PARK 
PIONEER CITIZfN 

' v;;;:5qTu REWARD 



IN MKMORY 

Vary K. Innnnbin, 



MCIIOIUAI. 

nro. Kpp ConlcU was born Aug.. 
[1. I8ir), Iff Giliiior counly. He, 



Itlrs.' Vary K. I>!nijnbin, ngo.l 73 olntvl llic Daij'.iHi church at Ihc Birt' 
years, (lirvl Kob. Il, l<Jlb. aflor sutTer- U 10 years, and remained a failti- 
Ing iriaiiy long years (mm consuinp- 'ul member and deacon until his 
tlon. .MUiough dlie surrnred, she. bore Icalh, Ocl. 17, lOr 



.MAN OK m.lJ' IMhTY AND WAS 

LOVED BY THOSE H'UO KNEW 

IHM — FUNERAL 8En« 

VICF^ LXSr FIUDAY 



U Willi a siiilh' always ready lo greet 
lier many friends wlUi a smllu and 
Kind loving wonls. Il was her Joy and 
dcllghl lo help olhers; she woa al- 
ways ready to lend a helping and lo 
Kpeak encouraging words lo those a- 
boul her. 



lie was married lo Margaret Ar- , 

lold July ". '***^^. •*'"' ^' "''" """ 
on were born ten children, three of 
A'hom gurvivo him. 

The All-wise Creator saw ni lo 
rail from nmom; us this beloved 
brother and we feel thai wc have 



James A. I'ark, Confnderalo volor- 
un and pioneer ciliicn of LaFayclUs, 
died at lii» homo On Cherokee Ave, 
la.st Tliur.'tday afternoon nl 'Z o'clock, 
p.rier' a lingrring illness of several 
month.'!. Several days before his 
death il was rvidont thai ho was 
'nearlng the place," and Ihal ho • 
could nol hold oul very much longer. 
I Mr. I'ark was born in Troup coun- 
ty, (la., near IjiOrangc, Jan. 30, 1834, , 
being flJ years of age al Iho lime of - 
I lilt death. Ho was Uio grabdson,oC 
Thomas Park, a pioneer citlion of 
Putnam county, (la. hYoni the oar* 
JHeil ycora of his Hfe, h» was a Uo- 
voul Methodist, Joining Iho church _. 
a^ the »Ko of IS ynar», and for flflj^* ^^ 
one consneuUvo years hn aorvod a« » 
stewarJ. His greal-groal grandf alh>. ' \ 
er, Jesse I^ne and Mi {;randfalh6r^''': 
'Jonathan Lane, bulll one of Ihe flr»i 
'Melhoditl meeting houses In Oeot-^: 
gli. wIlh.harid-sawfKl logs. 
I On October 15. 1857, Mr. Park w»» 
happily married lo Ann E, Smilhi • 
who prccodeU hint lo Ihe grave flvtt. 
and one-hallf year*. Mr. Park was », 
volunl»er in tho Confodorfttoarmy,' 
being lleulnhani In Ihc Thlrly-nlnlll* 
Oeorgla, Go, J", in wlilch p^llloo^h^ 
il^^-V6^1 Tilljiindellty and honor^ '{n 
hrifiW|f\W Ih'o Cvnfederacy. In th*'i 
b4Uln or C&ssvllle, Oa^ h« loil t\\$ ■ 
left arm, while comm*ndln» .'hl«" 



Mrs. Ilraanam raised a large fam- {"vi«ltt>ned a great loss. >>'!- U'al °^\ 
lly of children to be grown. She wa^ loss is his eternal pnin. He has heard 
no douhl a grcal worker and a Ihrlf- the welcome call: '•Well, done, hou j 
ty. manager for she wa* left a wid- good and faithful servant, enter Ihou i 
bw several years ago. which of Into the Joyu of Ihy Ixird. I 

Lurse added to her troubles, but He was ever faithful, diseharinw 
wUh all Ihis and her many years of bis duty as a Chrialian. and- wo fce.1 



fu/Tjking did nol b(yon>c dlflcourag- 

.e<y{n her work for her .Mhster. With 

—iris help slie lived a bcauliful life, 

one thai wfll shine tliroiighoul th? 

world B< fir as she was known. Wo 

• feel thai wo have lost a very dear 

one and wc will of course miss such 

t person as she was in many ways. 

Bui wo can trulhfblly nay Ihal she 

iipenl her life In well doing. She 

lived a life worlli'omulBling. 

Although we miss her II wo« Ood-,'f''<"-'";»' '■''"^'^'' ''*' "„ L 
will lo Uke her and wc must bo sub- "^"'"l'^"-- ">« ^""^-"""'^y 
nilssivo. Wc ran. lioiio llml our loss 
Is her eternal ffaln. 
Written by a very near friend. 

MAME MA88EY. 



IN MEMORY 

Of Nellie John.'»on Stephens, who 
deported this lifr> Dec. 0. 1017. She 
was born Aug. II., 1888 and was left' 
an orphan in ytmng girlhood. Hen 
older brother and sister had to lake I 
Ihc place of fatlie"- and mother, and! 
right royally they performed their 
duly. Her pari>.it8 were T. J. and 
Sarah Johnson, '■he was married lo 
Wesley (5. Stephens some It years 
ago and their home was^iappy until 
8 months befort* her death, she bo- 
came aniictcd wilh ^cancer which 
never let her have one moment of 
roiT)P»ny. }i\» bravery was Worthy^ peace until the volicvcr of di.seaBTSd 
nf.hls coloDJ^I ancfst^r? .who foujM. camo and gave her the final relief 
in Ihc war of the lUvolutlOi^. AU 0^. Ihal musl romi to us all. 
Ms r-»ndso"ns, 6ld'ei>pugh, ar^wl^h: si,„ profej)so<l faith in Christ when 
Uio colors npw, HoUt, park ^im» quite young und when the call came 
moB«, who won hU commission In for her sweet release from pnin she 
the second ofllcers^ irftlnlng cafnp bI'" welcomed her Savior with open 
Ft. Oglelhorr*, Is now on Ihe-MeXt-? arms aqd «»ld, * Home at last." 
can border. Paul Simmons, third of-T; she left one little girl, who will 
nc»r OB mine sweeper 8,8. Margarot*,^ miss a mothers lovo. yet the game 
and James Potts, arc with tho pi*-;| slstfir. Mrs. Eula Johnson, who caro<l 
rlncs. •' '".',[. /J. for her, wilHov.e and nurture the lil- 

Rurvlvlng the deceased ard l^n ■ ijo one. '•^" 

children. 'Hisy are as follows: "Mrs.)'] B|,e lefi host of relatives and 
J. II. PolU, of ninggold; Mrs. W( AYj.) frionds to mourn her loss, but Ihey 
C^-nlcr and Mrs. D. W. Btllcs, ot Jj$'iL\n nokweep as one wlUioul hope for 
FayoUo; MrA W, 0. 'AleX»ndor,.of^jlliey know Nellie in 
(Jrcenvlll^' 8. C; Mrs. W. B.'BlAl-V'-Bnfo in the arm* of Jesus, 
mons, of AshevlHe, N. C; r)r.,W,/^^>. K«fe on His loving breast. . | 

Park, of Boochow, China; Mi A. P«'*«;:!Tliere by His love o'er shadowed, I 
Of Challanooga; R. L. thd 0. U:Pntl(,'* Sweetly her soul ahall rrst" | 

of Macon, Oa, and Emmfttl P»r|t,".of^. 
Houston, Tex, ^nd also Iwtmir-lw^ 
ffran/Ichiidron. . ' '. ' ,' ;^'V. >;vViA^ 



thai he has sown good seed that will 
Irt-ing forth fruit many years hence. 

Wc would say lo the dear com- 
panion and relatives. "Weep nol as 
f.rr one that baa no hope, but live so 
when the last summons conaes, you ^ 
can say as father and grandfather 
did. 'I am ready lo go and may we 
all meet around the great throne of 
Ood." " 

Therefore, be It resolved, That the 
useful 
kind 
frfend. and tho family a devoted hus- 
band and father, and that a copy of 
this memorial be senl lo the Walker 
Counly, Messenger for publication, 
and also bo placed on record in our 
church book.-J. F. Walker. Mrs. J. 
F. Walker, Olio Crow. Committee. 



<- i " i "i]ii'i'V-rrM" i - H -4-'H- 



+ DUCK CREEK 

+ 

Mr. Deed McWhorlcr and 
Flora Hollis wore married i 
days ago. Wo tender congralulallons 
and wish thorn much Joy and hoppl- 

DOSS. 



t 

+ 
++ 

Mlssi 
few 



MAjROH 8, 1918. 



, «T4NFJEL»-MIZE ,^' a,Tf »nilaiJ.«Jx»lie of C. F. 

A wedding of much turprUo ^^ /^huWmt dt*d- Kt^'h6r home al' 
IbcU- many friend* wis ll.at of MU; ^^^ Oa,.,Wedne»d«y nlghU.a^Usr 
q.rrlo6Unnc)d of ihl. rUaco and Mr ^Sr^n! Vla^" olunp're- Ihaa IwoJ 
Tom Mlio of Camp Whoolcr. • las * 'J!^!"» 'v , ." 7=^'^' . M 

Monday by Enquire W. C. Oroone ^J^^^^^.r.' '..^iccg-vrtll'ba conduc-l 
Mr.. MUe la a daughter of Mr.; r^^^^^^f^^X. morolag. from 
W. BUnnold and I. a renncd yo^^f-^JJ^^JJa BapU^ church, at 10 
lady, while Mr. Miio Is a 'Plondloth?^^"^^^^^^^^^^ 
young man. Wo lender our . mo.>;;«A'°°r"f . , ,• ,„ i^o Challooga 
hearty congmlulalloni and wigimen'' will loiiow.m 
Uicm mifCh Joy and happiness. • '^^?}°'^'Z:„„im. ig (jm-Vtvod by h* 

NoJtl miurtl.r and Sunday an r^^"- f ^^trSJldrcn nvo 
preaching day. atlhe Dapli.l \.«»^««d »nd^»«^^J^^^^^^^^^ 

church. Everyone como. There wlll-e^ijs. ^"^ ?^' ^iSer, Ruby and 
bo'prcachinff al Iho Salnl church the Bhyne. ^nd'two d»/i8^>«» uuoy 
third BaUirday night and Sunday of BttheJ, and JWo^rpthpr^ 
Ihl. month. Rev. II. L. llacklcr of ''," ' ' 

Tcnno.soo is oxpcctod to bo here on »|ijg^ j_ c\KTLEDGE THJIE * 
that dale. So lot everyone retnombcr, v; died AT DALLAS, TEXAS. 
llio limn and nom« i^:^, , ,; : • LAST 8ATUMDAY 

' -The t^itith*<iLHrB.J, Cartlodgo 
rMhlfl who tltwl-8»lurday al Dallaa, 
SAIITAIN-ANDKIISON ^'' ^ brought lo Lyerly. her 

Wliih; on a leave of abscnoc. from ^r^ h'om« for fevirlal, ' Monday 
CaJi.p Whcclcr Sunday. I'cb. 24tlu !?^*j^^ «Ve Uule was widely 
Mr. Linton Jackiion Anderson a"'* y^^- (hroughoul Chattooga coun- 
,Mi3» Hull. A.bury Sarlain. "lo^w^od »n?^ ^^ ^^^^ friends, and rcla- 
|Lo llossvitlc, logcthcr .with '^''•''*'^* 1,^. i- «'alkor Bhft- was iho niece 
,Virgic SarUln and Nolti? Wallace' »Jj[^_^*;^^j,;, j^jf,^^ 
and Chester Woolen, and ^•^■'e quiet- "J.^- ^^^j^b^;,, ^i Lyerly Mbn^ 
ly married al the homo of Esquire .•»^ mbmlh* '•'Vhlch was conducted 
ili.ton. On account of the illness- °f ,,^" (ha Methodist church by ncy.j 
Ihc bride's mother, the wedding was JF^^ Orr irtielocof ^haBummCrvUIe 
la quiet affair. " pfcg'bylwlart church, at 11 o'clockV 

Mr. Anderson Is formerly of Home, .fjw.j..-<jc<^aicd Is survived Dy hot- 
but the past few years has ""Csided . .^^^^^^^^ ^^ tliree chlldrerf, Mr«; J. 
at Chiokamauga. whore ho won » i-^- ji^gi^jucv.; and Babun Hule, of Ly- 
largc circle of friends; Mrs. Andor- M* ^^ j^^j^ y^jg q( Dallas, Texas. 
90n is the charmin« young daughter ^ '• 

^f ftfl- ««^ \l^m r\ A Knrlaln ' t\t u . ^ ■ i a ■ ,^ 

MRS.G.W;IM)Qlf«T6imiED/ 
/;: :lilOIOIOf JlRERWdfl 



of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Bartain. of 
Chickamauga. ' ' 

Mr. Anderson loft for Camp Wheel- 
er Monday afternoon, while liis bride 
Is with her parents. x^i 



•e^J^rvOk^. McCurdy, wife of Chas. 
W;;i(flC{<rdy, an employee In the 
ftome iw.tofllce, dlcij.it a Rome hoi- 
piUI; Bund^.' fiiqtTiiag about'! o'- 
'fi](^,!li»;^ot;«8evdr^l'j(i«>-s she' had 
l»«m6ril]o»li>^-liL , _'..,. r -•"/-: , • 
^0 "remains WerVbfought to I,«- 
Fayette Monday Itiorhlng, wid then 
taken to Mt^CarrtcI where funeral 
8pKic"cl» Vcfo In the aftornoon,. In- 
Ve^lncDf-ft)llowlng. . - y i, ' »- 

^ Tlio dtcoWyi Js Burvivoii by heri 
husband anif two children. Tho 
many Walker county friends of Mr. 
McCurdy sympathlie with him la his 
hour of deep boreavcment. -.^ 



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:IEASCHlSvl91t 

4- H -l'l l - i - I - h -t-t-t-t-n-rTTT 

+ 1 

^ TniON NEWS f 

• H I I 1 M I I 1 M 1 Tm 1 1 - f- 

MrR Wgllrr I'l.Trr <lii-<l Salurilay 
nlKlit afl<'r a IIiik<tIiik iIIik^kh. Klin l« 
furvi\ril by Iit liM/iliaiid ami llirn- 
(mall clilldrcii. Tlio fiinrral ncrs Icon 
wrro roniluclcd tiy llnv. Ili-avin at 
the Chu rch of Christ. 

Mnsi^IARY E. BRANNA,N, 

The dcaUi anRol vUllcil jho ho\nk 
of Mr. onil Mrn. T. P. I'arrlsh on Kfth. 
J), lOlfl. and look from lh«»m » prfe- 
cloua mother and (TanrlnlgJIlttCjr''^ 

Wbile we misa her so rBftnrrWo 
know thai she has fonc home lo Oo<l. 
fho, Is la U)c homo prepared for 
thonn Ihsl lovo the I)Ord. We know 
UiBl she cannot come b»ck to us but 
•wo can KO to l'<^r some day, when 
Cod calls U8 home lo ho with Him. 

Tls nol all of llfo to live 

Nor kU of death lo die. 

URS. 8U8A.N^.\H TALULA BRICE 

.The Nubject of this akotch was 
born April 10, 18J7, and carlh'» pil- 
(tri'mage ended Jan. 10, I91H. Hhc was 
lllf wife of Ilov. bamucl Hrlcc, who 
was well-known UirouKlioul this 
Frclion of the coiinlry, and who did 
• great work for llio cause of Chris- , 
libnlty. 

Mrs. IJrlce was converted at llie 
tfp of thirteen years and Jived a de- 
\fiU^ Christian till hor death. Hho 
HvM a mrnjbcr of Hock fi|)riiiK M. E. 
'church for ninny years and/veryl 
zealous in the Master's cause, /^s old 
PUR grew on. her mind, w^itk'rnl auA 
lof soiiio "K^'rs J>ho was tf()l ntJo lo 
ir.dend church, but in thai stale of 
mind she never forgol when and 
whnrn she was converted and 11 was 
Always a Joy lo her lo loll her ox- 
Iporinnco and give l«stlmnny to. the 
•savlnpi powtjr of Jnstis' blg<jd. * 
8ho leaves one Sffn, Dr, Marvin 0. 



Drioc. of CAsUo, Okia. 

Tlio funeral sorvlooa wcrff held ql 
Iho home. A numbef of the relallvQa 
aiiiT/f lends ralher'ottii'ound.iho bl'dr 
nnd with ' U'.a»--dlrtirood' eyes said 
farownU W one l,hey l)ad kntywn and 
loved 80 long. The romttlnij wiy*© laid 

nw»v In (ho hr>aiiflfn! eemef^rv «« 



MiJHTH 22, 1818. 

STATE MOURNS DEATH 
OF PHILIP COOK 



MRS. HIHEnU WHUiS 



WAS SKCnhTAHY OF 8AXK FQH 
TWENTY ^EAUS VM) \\\6 OMC i 
! OF Gl ORGIA'8 MOST BE- 
LOVED Cin/.EN8 



Atlania, March 10.— pnillfp Cb&V, 
for Lwonty years Bocrotary of Slalo 
of (Jeorgla, died suddenly at his now 
home, at N^r. 310 East l.lndort slronl, 
early Toesday niorninB. lie was 00 
years old, and a nioiuhcr of one 6f 
the inosl dislinRiilshed of UoorKln 
funiilioa. aii.l ns nearly 08 was possi- 
ble for man In public life, wilhoul 
nn en(^my. 

j Mr. Cfook was in his ofilco and ao- 
live Monday, although his health 
was poor. For more than a year his 
'condition hns been nol of Iho best. 
althouKli It «tts not deemed a maltor 
of Krave cncorn. General doblllly 
had act In, lipwever, and his grad- 
m»lly. Imimircd i)hyslfiuo gave wey 
I suddenly iii\(ier the liiiiH strain. 
'. F.xcnpl for on Interval of. four 
years, when Allen CandleT was fiisc- 
rclnry of Hlnlc. Mr. tAwk^succoodod , 
In Uial ofllce his father, Ocneral 
Phillip 11. (>)ok, C<)nfedoral9-Boldlor,| 
8Ute Hcnatoi-, Conurcssman and on(r| 
of (Jeorglo's foremost clllions, who 
died III 180V Al every election- since] 
'J8!W the younger Cook was returned, 
U>'the'onire. almost always hy the ^ 
hlKhe.sl voffjl Riven any pondldalo.on 
the Htalo UckeU Most, of Uio llmo Jic 
was wlthonl 6ppos|lon. .• 

I As a Blalo on^clairTTr. Cook boJiold 
Oc(',rgla*s progress ronccUd by Uio 
Increased duties of '»il» ofnco. m» 
wQrk wrfa mulUplM '" *''" '"'' 
eight ycara partlculorly by >be •d-: 
dltlon of a motor vehicle license do- 
parlmenl U. his office. There was 
never B word, however, but of Iho 
«mclenry of Ihe ofltce and of hi* 
personal Integrity., ■ > 

Mr. Cook Is survived by four sona, 
Pbllllp. Chorles, Arthur and Uw- 
rencc; three daughters, Minnie fcnd 
noberta Cook and Mrs. J.ee Cl«rk, of 
Mndale, Ala, wid » ilsler, Mrs. W. 
L. Poel. . 



PASSES 19 hABEWABUI 

■ ■' • ":S| 

•After a- lingering lUnesi, Mr»''Ml-y* 
norvo WalUs died at lHa homft'O^jVj 
her son, Will WallK 'rtcar ,^0^8^^:^ 
Tuesday, at Uie ago of 73."; .■'■^■■{s-/*^^ 

The deceased wos * ♦oftiat); -.-pM 
many ChrlsllaiS vlrtuo»,'iind>Ti«. »;« 
■^voled member of tha '^apltoli)* 
church, uniting with t'"'.,,«'h"rp.h^3l 
early life. She was married jalM*,^ 
axid lo this union wore 'x"^ '•*^.S 
c^iUdren, four s6n» and IhrCf, d»l«U\« 
irvlve hor.^Tho^.'^ 



ters, all of whoin'»urvl.> -■■.t,-,-;< 
arc as XoUows'. \ poorgp., M»l,,WUI|S 
and Max- Wallli, • Mri; Uo^m^ 
Shields, of Noble, Mrs. Aycr»,'9^0J'^^ 
lahoma. stnj-tnolher di^ugbterj^Mi^ 

lives In Ulfkh. ,• L M-'''iS^Af^ 

Funeral serVlcci-wcro heli ,intm 
iho n6ck Sprlnir (ihurch Wcdn<>»fl«X/ 
morning al II o'clock, eonduel*^^^ 
nev. W. C: Tallcnl of I^£«r"L'.iii^ 
tcrmcml follovved In the t\oc)CB^mg 

-' Friends of the bereaypd.famUrgT 
len^lholf »yInP^^'^ 



9 



IN MKMOItY 

On Oct. 3, 1017. our Hoavonly Knili-; 



KINS'VA'ILLE, GA. 4- 1 



]CAX0H22,1»1B. 



-L +1, 

(T rnllcd nl llic homo nml look f'"omrj_j_^^j_j^,j,^j.^_j_j_|,.j_..,|_j.|^ I 
un our pai-B. John K. I»rr. for m.m- .,.,;„ ,„^„y friends of Miss Kss.o 
„ur,>o«o wo .lo not now un.lorKlanc). jjurrowa w.ll bo Rlad as well as 5ur- 
liul wo will lalrr on. \W feel Ihnl 
fnlhiir had Borvi^d oul his llino, ac- 

ronllnK (h his aRO^ j„ chatUnooga to Mr. Frod McCon- 

lit; was born SApl,. \, \H\\, hcinn 



priaod to lc»rn of her rocont mar- 
riaKO, which occvirrcd on March 17. 



77 yi-ars of bko at Ihf limr of his 



iTCIL ' Miss-BurrflKS Ip.-pio dau»Ulcr 



. ,. ., , , , . «' Mrs. Laura IJurrows near Fort 

death. Ho was sick only four .lays, Qgiolhorpo and U well and favorably 
but no ono knows how ho sutTond. known hero as well as In I^Fayetlo. 

The groom is a young business man 
of Texas. Mr. and Mri. McConnoll 
win make their home in ChalLanooga 
at present. The young couple have 
many friends who oxlond Hhclr 
hokrly, coagratulallona. Wo wlsli 
them many years of happinoss and 
prosperity. May Ood's richest bloas- 
ings fall on them. xxx 



Un nnvor murmured nor cornplnin- 
I'd; ho w(iul<l only cnll for hi.s hoy 
and say that ho would not mind to 
go if Ills Imy would ronir. His boy 



IN MCMOBY 



arrived a few hours boforn his doalh. 

Mow snd It is lo givp fnlhrr up. 
How wo miss him, at church, at 
homo, ovorywhore. 

]\c li'nvivs llvo rhildron to mourn 
his death: Mrs. Juiin Shnmloc of 
Konslnglon, Mrs. KUa Carroll of 
Kensington. Mrs. Hhoda McKllianoy 
of r.hickamaiiga, Miss Maggio Dyer,' 
of Chattanooga and William Dyer of j 
Jonosbnro. Ark., and sovon grand- 
children, and a host of relatives ^nd 
friends. 

I We doslro lo thank our many kind 
frirnds and neighbors for Iholr ton- 1 
dor ministry during his Illness and; 
death. ! 

His iMidy was lold to rest at -Oar- [ 
rctl's (.hapol. Kunoral services woro 
conducted by I\ov. Willie Hamilton. 
A face wo loved Is gone, 

A voice wo loved Is still, 
A place Is vacant In ovir home 

That novor can bo filled. 
, Wrillon by his daughters, Mrs. Ki- 
ln Carroll and Mrs. Rhoda McKlhan- 

«y- I 

^___^ . < ' ( 

Lcllcrs of Adniiiiistrullon 

Oeorgia, Walker County. 

Application having boon mado in 
duo form lo have Milton Harker ap- 
pi.inlrd adniiiiislralor upon tho' os- 
talo of Gi'orgo 11. Pierce, lalo of said 
county, dcci-u.'ieil, notice Is hereby 
given thai said application wil( bo 
passed up<iu at my omco on Lho Aral 
Monday in April, next, (iivcn under 
my hand and olllcial signature, this 
March 4, 1018. 

W. L. 3TANSELL. Ordinary. 



Mndsay Wallrn departed this life 
Monday. Feb. 18. 1918. He was the 
elder son of Mr. and Mrs.-WTJ. Wal- 
lin of Kensington, Ga. He was bom 
August 1*, 1885. Ho wasj'rcafed and 
nducaUMf^Bt Kcnsirigton. Lindsay was 
always a model boy, rather rescrvcl, 
one of those sturdy stalwart fellows 
who always seemed to have a [)ur- 
pose In view and a goal in life. 

He professed faith in Christ in 
1903 and alltim^gh much success as 
tho world goes, in the way of posi- 
tion and salary camo U>»him as the 
result of his energy and induslrj-, ho 
did not, like niany, come to think It 
a sipall thing to sorvo and .honor his 
God by giving Iflm his young life. 
His father and friends watched him 
as he climbed the ladder slop by 
step until only ono week stood be- 
tween him and a position In the 
(Capital City. Why death should be 
»o cruel is a mystery yoL unsolved. 
His work had been »o thorough and 
satisfactory that the government 
had advanced him from ono good 
position to another, ho leaving for 
us an example of what courage and 
grit and manhoml can do. Do not 
forget that through all of this suc- 
cess ho remained a' devout follower 
of Christ. 

Mndsay was mnrrlod to Miss Ada 
1,00 of Atlanta November II, lOM. 
She i)«lng a wornan of IntolUgenco 
and Christian integrity, has stood by 
and laughed until she has wept of- 
ten at her husband's success and no 
doubt If Mndsay MUld give his tes- 
timony he'wouJa lay my wlfn do- 
servos at least *»alf of all that wo are 
or^havc^orjJDxffert lo have because no 
man can overcstlmato the value of a 
Ood-given, sensible holpmocl, and 
may Ood pity nnd lovo and comfort 
her In this lho darkest hour of sad- 
ness that has perhaps ever come to 
hor lirot 

"" Yours in Christ, 

J. W. SHUMATE. 



7 



WALKEE OOUWTY MESSENQKfi; MAKOH 29, 1918. 



3 / 2^1 IV ^ 



IN MEMOHY 

The dealt, angol visitwl tlio home 
of I C. and Fannio Milclicll and 
took brother Jotm MiUliell from 
Ihom. 01), bow hard il was io give 
him up. U< lofl a falher and molUor 
(and Llirce broUicrs and nvo sisters 
Bt»d a host of friends to rtiourn his 
Ideath. Ho was born Feb. 20th, 1891 
and dlo^ Jail. 7, 1918. Ho Joined Iho 
cburcb in 191*. 

Rev 1. 3. Leonard preached his 
fuhCral in his homo. His body was 
Inid to reel in Iho Naomi cemetery. 
Oh, how sad il is lo go into his homo 
and dear brother John not there. Ho 
enjoyed having his folks and frionds* 
visit Ulm. I bavn never given \)p 
falhoJ. mother, brolhor or sister, 
and oh how hard It -is U) glvo . up 



brother J/>hn. We miss him not com- 
ing into our home. 

lie was married about 10 montlia 
and lived in the homo, of his father 
and mother and brothel'. "NVhon ho 
started' anywhere ho would always 
want his mothe.r Ui gowllh him. Ho 
lived a year wlih mo and I never ia 
All that llmo hoard hlrn.i>»y anfthlns 
Rgnlnsl anyone. - 

Go<l had"« vacant place in heaven 
Vhich ho wanted Illled. and he call- 
ed dear brother 'homo to live with 
Him. We .can't.' call dear brolhor 
back but" wo can go to him. Death 
la a debt thai wo all must pay some 
sweet ^lay: Wo oil should bo ready 
lo go when God r.all.-> us. God U)ok 
our dear brother from us for somo 
purpose.' Wo can never look Into hid 
fcweet face again, nor licar his Bwool 
I voice any more. His work and trou- 
ble on"ear^ is done. 
I Written by his sister, Mrs. Magglo 
^^liipp. 



J. C. MARTIN DIED 
FRIDAY MORNING 

WAS A CONFEDEUATE N'tTEOAN, 

— A— LIFE-LONG— *IEMBEIl_QF_ 

METHODIST ClILTtai AND 

O.NE OF THE C0UNTV8 

DEST CITIZENS 



In tlio death of James C. Martin 
afhls home norlhvvTst-of LaFayelto, 
Friday inprnmg, llie county lost one 
of its best citizens. Mr. Martin for 
several months had been In declin- 
ing health, but his condillon was 
not tliought lo bo serious until a few 
days before death came. \ 

Th^cccascd was 72 years of. age. 
was an olmosl life-long membiir of 
the Methodist church, and moH' of 
this time ho was aniliatod wilh the 
local Methodist church. Ho was a 
Civil war veteran, and n<wer was 
there a braver soldier of the "Lost 
Cause." Ho was a kind hearted man, 
and his life was filled with many 
deeds of unsoUlsli sorvico. 

Mr. Martin Is survlvml by four 
daughters. Misses Marlon, Lola. 
Grace Martin, and Mrs. A. L. Droth- 
crlon; and two sons. Loo and Hob 
Martin. 

Funeral services were held from 
Iheresidence Baturdny afternoon, at 
2 o'clock conducted by Rev. J. A. 
Partridge. Interment fallowed in the 
Gordon graveyard. 



•h -H-I-H-i-i-^i- Y-i-i-K-i-H- -i- 
1 + 

.!. WAHIVEN , + 

4. 

11, ,• (ti-;illi air--.'l li.is ,T^;>m visitoil 
our community and claimed for . its 
MtfUm J. C. Murlin. Mr. Murl.n had 
Ibeen m ilecliniUK he:iith for some 
:iime TtK- decrnscd leaves four 
'.la.iKliler.s ui..l Iwo soux. 'nie funer- 
al s.MM.r vv..> .MUilu.-l.-J Saturday 
monuiiK at lli-- family r.-sidnu-.e by 
\\Ws. I'arln.lK-'. I'be inL-riM.-iil was i 
111 tin- (.ordnn ^:l■a\ «•> artl. 



71 



'H^hw 



I MKMOIIIAI. I 

In nictniiry r\< rrnr tiny, l.iiii|s:iy I.' 
Wulliii. who <l<'|iiirl.-<| lliiH \\U- Fell.* 
IK. IIMK. Ill Ihr Illy .if I)i..'«I.MI. M;i'<i. 

\\i' wii.H MJrk iiixl (inr wcrk wlirii | 
I III- iliirk-wiiiKffl riiosHfriKfTrniiioniid 
cliililil'il llliii fur lii.M riwii. lie WHS .'I.' 
M'ui'H iilil ill AucvimI lirfiirc Ihm dciilli' 
i.Mil had bi'iMi :it wurk n.i iiis|iccl"r| 
Inr Mil- IslliiiiiiH Caiinl critiiniiHHioii ' 
for si\ yi'.ir.H or morp. IIIk hpiiil(]iiiir- ! 
liTs wi-ri' nl HoHlon. Mii.hm. Hi- had | 
.•iisl hi'i'ii iiroiiiolcd lo n iiiori- liicra- ' 
livi" posiliiiii in lliirlo Saiifs scrvico ; 
mid would hnTn \wc\\ .sljilloiird al 
WnsliiiiKloii. I). (;.. when hn wi\r ! 
HliickiMi Willi plfiirisy, whii-li pros- i 
rd faliil. Up Kradiinl'd nl Aiihiirn. | 
AIn., in the I'cdly 'Icrh Insliliili- in I 
(hi- ypur I'.MO, littvinK hcfn (•l<'el(Ml j 
clans pool for llial. yrnr. Up went to' 
work in ScliPnoc Lndy, N. Y.. in Au- 
KUitl iftpr ho nniNlii'd rcIiooI in nn 
irloclrirnl plant Ihrrc. lie nindp good 
whprcvpr \\o wont. 

IVr.-'nRPd wa3 tiiarripd lo Mi»» Ad:\ 
I.pp, of Adania, (in., Nov. lOH and a 
happipr roupip iinvpr llvpd l/>gntlinr. 
Ho profpRsnd rpllglon and Jolnod 
Iho M"(hn<li»l rlnirch, «<iiilh, wliPn 
hp was 17 ypars of ago. Ills was a 
cnnKoiilal, happy naluro, making 
frioiids whorpvcr lip wonl. 
How wp will inlRR \\\^ wookly lol- 

, Iptk and annual vigils bul his com- 
panion will nilss him moro Ihan any 

lonc pIhp. fiod tiplp iiR all io ta livn 

, Ihnl WP will bn a rpunllod family in 

, MiP gronl bpynnd. 



Wp, in our iunnraiicp, cannot uii- 
ilprpluiid why a yountr innii likp Mr. 
I.iud.say W'niliii, In llip very primp 
iif III-* mnnhoofl, :<liiiuld bp Inkoii n- 
wny. W'p iippd so many liko liiiii, l>ul> 
(iod In HiM liifinilp Wi.tdnm knowxl 
bout and wp iiiiml Iip subiniHsivp. Mis' 
noblo work on pnrlli wim IliiiHhod and 
Jps\is badp him roiiio hotiip and ro.sl. 
May his llfp bn an inspiratinn lo 
Ihnsp bpppavpd, and niay it bo liko n 

|bprki)ning linnd for llvrifl lo follow. 

I Hp wa.H a C.lirisllan iinl only in niimr 

I for ho was vory gonorous in giving 
to Iho rauBP of C.hrislinnity, His wifo, 
falhor, W. J. Walllii, brolhor Tlios. 
and liltlp half brolhrr, I,oroy, sur- 
vivp liim, iii.H Miolhcr having dioil 
spvoral ypars a«o. \W has onjoyod 
llip iirivllogp of having a good Chris- | 
lian 'fpp-mollipr I hough, ono who: 
has nilpd licr plaro nobly lo Iho Iwn^ 
molliprlpss boys 

Wo offor dooposl sympathy to llo\ 
boroavpil wifp, fnllior and rolalivo^t. j 

I Fnnpral sorvicos wpro hold nl : 
Konsinglon ohurcli rondnolod by .1.; 
W, Shumalo. A largo yoncoursp ofi 
rolalivos and frlonds wpro prpsonl 
and Ibo bonulifnl tlornl ofTorings at- 
U>slod lo tho pstpom in wliioli ho 
was lirlit. His rpmnins woro laid to 
rrsl In the Cassandra romplory. 

I A KniF..\I>, 



IN MKMOnV 

Of Hi. I William 'I. \ onson. wbo do 
par!.>d I'li;* lifo on, '.an. 1',. lOlS- 

Wliorons. our lloaviuily l'alltu£-iU- 
tippn faithful lioro IipIow. 

Urolhor Vcnson was born in llain- 
Ron county, Miss., March 17, I860, bul 
inovod to Walkpp county, (loorpia 
j sonic 30 yoars ago, and has lived 
I hero ovor sinco. Ilrothor Vcnson was 
|inilialPd in l-ookcTul Mountain lodge 
j-.Nd. U.'i, !■•. A A. M. on llio ;;7lli day of 
May 1010, jiassod Juno 1.1, 11)10, rai.sod 
iJuno 21. 1010. j 

And whoroas. wo hnvo lost a true 
mombor; tho fnmily n dcvolod liu«- 
baiid Tiid falhor, .ind llio coinmiinily 
r. fnilliful worker, auU a friond lo all 
Ihoso in Iho limo of nood. Ho was a 
<iod-foaring man with tho s.-al of 
dpvolion and kmdnoss sLampod upon 
;hi» hoarl, linving tlio lawful o\ i- 
idenco lo nppoar boforo Iho Oraild 
Master of all mnn kind. \W was not 
in porfi'cl man. no man is. but his 
'was a life wlurli proved him to bo a 
.good man. good to his family, and lo 
I his ni'ighbors. was industrious and 
•kind to all. a tnio .Masonie brother. 
Kingdoms may perish, and nations 
eea.se to bo, but brotherly love will 
eontimie while pity dwells within the 
honrt of mnn, and (iod looks down in 
love upon the works of His Qronlion. 
lie it resolved. That wo extend to 
his borenvod wi.low and family, our 
honrt fell sympiilhy, and in her hour 
of need may wo be a husband lo llio 
widow, a ftitber lo the orphnns. in 
keeping as \ve are eommandod, and 
may we as ono fnmily look forward 
to tho great aHiombly on the moriliM 
of the gri'iit roMurrortion. . 

He it furl her rosohed, I'liat lhe«.' 
resolutions be pl.u'od u;)on the min- 
itli's of our lod.ce and a copy of them 
bo sent to his wife anil family and .1 j 
ei'py be s.-nt to the Walker County 
Mess.'iiger to bo published. 

niK.r^ sii.nvA.v, 

'.. W. MeWll. l.IS. 



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■ I iMiihTiil Mcrvins w.Mc ln-lil finm 

\\>. in (»ir iunnraiirp, cnnnnl im- 11,,,.^ S|iiiiii;m .Mrllm.liil. iliuiili, iiiul 
ilorPlaml why n youinr mnn liko Mr. ' .lulncli-.l l.y llrv. 'Iiilliiiil, iifl'M- 
Lindsay Wnlliii. In IliP vpiy |>rimoLvliirli >lii' \v;is liml I" i<'mI m tin' 
iif lll^ inniiliiiiKt, :<lii)iil(l bo Inkcn n-ln,,cli S|.i'iiinH i-rmi'li'i y. 
wny. \\V iiPPil »n inniiy liko liiiii. liiiU ■|-ii,. hciciivcil mw* Imvc nur 
(idil in His ludnilp Wis.loin knnw!<| i,,.n,ir(lt .-yinpulliy. Miiy <;<'■! 10m- 
lipul anil wp nniitl Iip Rul)nii»sivp. \\\9\ r,,ii ihi'iii 111 lli^ii nnrinw. 
iiolilp work nil pnrtli wns llnislicil nnil 
Jp.1115 Imdp him coimp hoin'' imd rpsl. 
Mny his lifp bo nn inspiration lo 
Itinso hpronvpd. nnil mny il ho likp n 



LfUcrs of Adnilnlstratlon 
Gcorgria, Walker County. | 

Application having boon niado in 
duo form to havo II. M. Madarls ap- 
pointed administrator upon the es- 
tate of n. K. Madaris, late of said 
county, deceased, notice Is hereby 
given thai said appllcallon will bo 



bPrkiinluK hand for tlirifl to follow. 
Up was a C.hiislinn not only in niiii\o 
for he was very gonoroiis in Kivinn 
lo the raviso of Chrislinnity. His wifi-. 
fnlhor. \V. .1. W'nllln, brollipr 'I'bo.s. 
and liltlo half brolhor. I.proy. sur- 
\ivo biin. his ninthiT IwivinK died 
si'vpral years 111:0. llo has oiijoyed 
Uip pnvilpgp of liaviuK a good Chris- 
lian '!pp-niothpr Ihounh. niio who 
liiis lUlod licr place nobly to the two 
iiiolliprlpss lioys 

Wo olTpr deoppsi synipalhy to I ho 
borpavpd wife, fnltipr and rolntivps 

Kunpral servicps were IipIiI at 
Konsinplon rliiirrb pondurlpd by .1. 
W. Slnmialo. .\ largp concoursp of 
rolalivos and frionds worp pro.soni 
and Iho beautiful nornl olTprinirs al- 
loHled to the psIppui in whii'li Iip 
was held. His renmins woro laid lo 
rpst in the Cassandra roniotory. 
A KniKNO. 

IN Ml-.MOUV Ol" ••(;!( WDM \" 
W AI.I.I.S 

■ •rnint uf M.m'i'U Iho rinio- 
ji'i'ii liiHiih'i'il :in>l i'i».'hl - 
illi .'.lo.'i'j r:uii<- mill mir 
n. r.-!ili'.:ii.. i.i .-iii.: i-IiihiumI :i> il- nw.i. 
.1111- ,lr.ii- -^i-i'-nd imd iP'i;.;lilinr. 
■i.niii.lnia' Wallis. 

Shi- w.i- woll kiiiiwn in lliis mm- 
iMiinily. .Hill wa-i Ium'iI Ii\ all. Slio 
was i-'iiisi'ili'il in I'arly lifo and .I'liii- 
rd Ihr Itapli-I I'liiiri'li anil liM'd an 

i'arii.'>l i:iir>>lian n|i In IIh- Iiii f 

li.'i- iloalh. 

"( iramliiia' :a^ slio \\a> r.nniliar- 
ly oalloil will Im' iiii>s.i| in mir 
jiniiii-s and in mir riimiiinnity, Slio 
was alw.i>s rlioi'ifnl and kind, and 
raiTii'd ^',in-li;ni' wlirrrv or sho woni 
'rriily, a kiuhI wimian is Mono, .^lio 
HUlforod M'M'ioly diiriiiK Iho la-;| 
days of hor lifo. .\1! was ilmio 1,1 10- 
liovo hor Ihal joiidor. lining Ininil.s 
rnnlil il.i. hill <Mid .saw III In rail hor 
lioiiio. Hit surToiinj; i.s ondod. for 
"(iranilnia" ha^ (.'"iio wlnro llioro is 
no iniiio sirkno.s.s, pain nr doalh. 

Wo ran liaidly roali/.p Ihal sho has 
cimo friiin us forpvor. Al Iho tiiiip 
of hor iloalli slio livoil with lior son, 
.Mr. Wallis, noar .Nolilo, (JoorKia. 



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A wedding which came as a plcafl- 
ant surprise lo their many friends 
was Ihcl of .Miss Dorothy Shinc'and 
Mr. M. K. Home, Jr, which occurred 
Monday afternoonat the home of tlier 
bride's grandmottier, Mrs. O. W. Kcr-, 
guson, on Depot street. The wed-, 
ding was a quiet home aflair, the Im- 
pressive scrvico being said by Dr. 
F. K. Sims, pastor of Iho First I'res- 
byterian church. After tho marri- 
age, Mr. and Mrs. Hornn left- for, 
their future home in Atlanta, fol-| 
lowed by the congratulations and, 
best wiehcs of their frionds hero. 

Mrs. Homo is a beautiful and al-j 
tractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Ocorgo Shine, of Cloveland, Tonn. 
Mr. Uornc is a son of Mr. >(ul Mre.i 
M. K. Horno, Br, of Win«lon-tS«lon,' 
having formerly lived tere< — j 
atkon. • ■] 

I Liters of Adininl.slralloii 

jOeorKia. Walkor I'iounly. . 

Application having boon mailo in 
I due form to havo W. W. S. Myers, 
appointed administrator upon the 
estate of Liiizie Irvin, late of said 
jcounty, decoasod, notice is hereliy 
|given that »aid application will be 
(.•a.ssed upon at my olllce on the llr.st 
Monday in .May, no.xt. Given under 
my hand and ofllciul liiKiialure, this 
April 1, 1!M«. 

W. I,. STA.N'.SKI.L, Ordinary. I 



N; C,' ha 



Letters of Adinlnl.slratloii 
Georgia, Walker Counly. 

Apfilii.'ation havuig hi.'i;n made in 
due form to have I). .N. Keown ap- 
lioinlod administrator upon tho es- 
tate of JaiK! (jreen, iute of said coun- 
ty, deceased in lieu of T . J. F.dgo, 
deceased, notice is hereby given that 
said application will be passed up- 
on at my ofllce on tho first Monday 
In May, next. Given under my hand 
and oJTlcial signature, this A[)ril 1, 
1918. 

W. L. 8-rAN.SELL, Ordinary. 



WALKEE COUNTY MESOT NOER, APRIL 19, 1918. 



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.J. I.ttrrs iiT Ailiniiiis'rnlioii 

4* (inorpia, W'nlkiT liouiily. 



DAYlSOK'-GILBhRI WtODING . 

I .J. TIUdN MIWS 

A BRILLIANT SOGIAI E\ENIi ilj.^'^I-T^I-T_j-T-!..w..j-i-I~i-.-I..M. I Ai.plKMlion having bcon ma.ln in 

,.,.,. I, ,,. (Uic funii lo have W. \V. S. Myers, 

1 "' ■ , f, ,. ,, iinpiimliM adminiMlralor upon the 

, . ,, ,,,,,, , .... , I ,.,,..,. '"Slain of Lin/.w livm, laic of said 

,,,,,, , , ,, , imt-iiiiii. i;^, coiiiily. tlcci-ascd. iiolico IS lirrfihy 

. . 1. \-..i-< 'liii ..I M." III. I, \S.|i. .va-i niiidiic- !•> al. Hi" .Mrllimli.-'l •" , , •„ , 

;, ^^•' ,. , ,. ,. 1 1 ,. j;ivcn llial said applicalion wdl be 

"^ "■■ ■ ■ ' •■■' ' '•''«"■'•'' Y '''"■•'• It ^'^^ 

'''';';^'■.••'';•;;;;_•;,;;:,/';;;,,,!^' ;;;;;;;';;;.. M..nday ... May. .,exi. oiv..., un.i-.- 

liTV. I 111- M'.i.iMi " ^ • my liaiidai.il olllcial aiuiiaUire, Ihia 

Mr. Andrrw W.ll.am« u>h. ,.nn., w. L. STANSKI.L, Ordinary. 

Nona Al)lc.s wrro mnrr.cd lioro laHt. 

Tliursdoy. Tin- youim coupli- l.Qve 

Iho good wi.ilics of many friends. LcHrrs of Ailinlnl.slrntlon 



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\ iiiii-M-.il |.r...r:iin w.i^ r.:,.|.i . .| . 
.■M- .-.III,.- h,.. ,-.|..i,,..n>. \li V W . II i' 
\|. |i;.l;i.-l > III- ■■ I 1- N..I1.' ;ii,'l Ml ^' 
l':i«iilii.-. ■ ,1. .■.■iii|.;iiii.-.| l.\ \li-. I \i.i'' 
l,il> ..i.cii.- <.ni.ii «!,.. :ii-.. |.!;,\.-.| •l.ni 

III- W.Mllll- lil.lirll.'v 

I ir-l .Mil..- \I. 
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11,;,. ..h , H-oPKia, Walkor Coiinly. 

Ajiplicaliuii liaviiiK l>(;<'.i .tiadc in 

liie form Lo have I), .N. Keowii ap- 

liojiilcd ndiiiiiii.slralor upon tlio ca- 

I: i: of .lane (Jrceii, lal(! of said conn- 

ly, deceased in lieu of 'l' . J. ICdge, 

^''- M.i'il.li'ii 1- ' deceased, notice is hereby Kiven U.aL 

I ;iiill\ I .■III. ■ml.:; • .1 li'i'.' .1- li-~ '..(aid application will be passed iip- 

I1..1..II lt..\\.- i..i>ll. l"-»i > . ,,„ al, my olllc- on llie first Monday 

|..'n I ^. ^. .|. in May, next. Ciivcn under my hand i 



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I'-i Ml.- i-.ii.- I.. Ml.- I... A. I- .,1 I..V,.-, I Col. and Mrs. I.ee J. Lan^ley al-and onicial sii,'nulm-n,'lhis April 1,' 
l.iii.l ili.> «.■..■ I.II..VV.-.I i.y III" ,lendeil llie marriaKe of Mi.ss KaylOIS. , 

^r....ui-iM.ii. M. -I- lull:, II. Kniim.II iToylor of ."^miimerville to Mr. .J.din W. I,. .STANSELI.. Ordinary. | 



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l.ii.l.' ;iii.l Ml 

I, I. .III. 'I III l.iu 

...III.' II.' I.: 1. 1. 



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IWIiisnanl of Cliarliislon, S. C, which 

I look place al Ihc home of the bridc'.i 

parenls. Col .and Mrs.^Iohn D. Tay- '-'""'"" "' A.lmlnl.slrallon 

lor. nl Summcrv.lle, at high noon ^'•'"'X'"' ^^'"""^'' f^"""[>'- , . 

last Tuesday Appliealion haviiiK been mailc in 



last Tuesday, 



ihie form to have II. iM. M_adari3 ap- 
poinled administrator upon the cs- 
lule of n. K. .Madaris, late of suld 
ronnty, deceased, nolici; is hereby 
yiven that said application will lie 
passed ii;>on al my ofHee on Ihe Ural 
.Monday in May,' ne.xl. Given under 
my baud anil uHleial signature, this 
April 1. 1918. 

■ \V. L. .STAN.SKI.L, Ordinar'y**^' 



li.ivi \.|.|i.- M:ir~l, -|.;,r Kv i.h.i , 

It: i;.'lil. Il.'l..'. ,':i I li |....ii. I.ii.'il.- 

M.U l,..i I. -I . --;,i:, ,\iiii-lr..iit. \iim:i 
|;.-ll.' II. .1.111-.. 11. u.iiiiii:. Ii,-Miil'|iil 

-I .- ..I 1 -.lll'l 1,11. 1 p.-Mll hill,. 

lull... :iii.| .,11 I. Mil.- -!i.|.li..ii|. -- 
,i....l,- « illi I. 111... I.iil|.rll\ |,..\v- ..I 

I..-.' lull.'. I ll> 1, , II,.' 111. ,1.1 ..I 

li..ii..r. Ml- Xil.'.ii |i:ivi-.,ii. u.'i.iiii.' 
':i|.i.|iii.' 1. 1.1,' l::ll.-l:i .111. 1 l.i,-.. :,,i,| 

i':irrMir-' 1 i-:ii 11 ilfii- |..||..\\ ,'.| l.v, 

II,,' l.i'i.l.' - Ili_.i'. V. I,., uiis iiMlr..|i , ] I 

..r 1 1- Mr-' IniM ..11 \\:i- V .'I \ liliil 1 111- , .i.'i \ : I 

li.ui.K 11, .,■.'^ '..'11.' I car- I Mi-. ..il,,.',i. :.. , :.,..i.',„ ., „ ,' I '''•'■■^VE TO SFXK 

ii.'.l uliil.' ,':,rn;. i>. Mr II K I ..,m-..ii .Iimi, i„ |,,., | CleorRia, Walker County. 

lT,','.'.lii,L- II,,' 1,11,1,'. u ■: 11,1. .11, Sim,, ivi- :..„i,ii,-„.i. 1 "• *■■■• '^'••W'll'^"'-''. adminislralor 

vMili I,..' l:,(l,. 1'. ,11 1,.',' ,-,'. Ill I,:,, .■,l,,^.',| uiii....,,.|.',.| ,,.,:„.|. ni,'l "' "'"• '■•'''Lale of Janc Domar. late of 

II,- Ma.' |..iM.,n. ul„, vxa. Il.,u,'r ..m,I M r 1 .ill..'i I 1, I li.- pnpiihii-' ,':,-|,' ; «='''J '-•0''''l>'- '''•"■'«'^^' ''''^ "'''''''''' /" 
,11 I. aii.l ul„. VV..I,' :, .liniilv a, ,'.„■- i, ,' ,.1 lli.' Wall,.',' ii.iniK Haul. '*"' "'"'''■••'iKncd for leave to sell the 

.Ik.., i.l.'i.l.'.l ,'i.',..' .1.' .Inn'.' ,li,-..l Ma, IV ,.i-,'-..|il . in. Imlin. a rli.'-l I '■'""' ^■''''^" I'olonKM.g lo said egtalc 
aii.l ,a,i„',l a l,aM..'l ,.r i.,..'.. TI„iM'..r >ilv','i' >,'l .,| ,:|„„a ml • I 1-. wi.l ^"^""- '" ^"'""^'y ^''"'' ^''"^ ' ""''J' 

eaiii,- \lasl,',' Ma,- I .av,-,,,,. a mii.ia- -..il-laiil lal ,' 'l.s u,'r,- ,-.'i'.',M',1, """■'' UP"" B^id Bppl.cat.on at my of- 

liii'i- Ki'ioiM. ami hill,' lliiiii.'l C,,,,!, , \l a lal,!i' h.,iir II,,' lirnl,; ch:m;.-'-.l 

ilri-s..*!',! as a 1, 11. 1.', aii.l lair.MiiL- a ' li. 1 we.l.lJni.- -,,\vn l,,i' a sniai'l lail- 

.■^how,-!- Ii,>ii.|ii,'l. j,,i'.',| -.nil ,ir iiiiiliii^lil liliii'. Willi lial. 

'111.' brill,' ui,re .n b.-anliliil i;,,wii li,..,U. and kI.im", ,'iniiili'. .Mr. an. I 

.if li,'a\,v Willi,' -.aim ,-11 ham. hrr ' Mi--;, c ;i||i,.| M li.'ii I,,c-,',| |,i l.al'"ay- 

lull,' v.'il wa-* Il.'l, I 111 |,la, .' I.y ,,i'-',.||,' uImt,' l||,'y uijl ri-siil,-. 
niik'c 111, IS",, IMS. an, I --I,,' mail,- a| Many i:ii,--U all.-ii.!.-,! ri-,.iii a .li<- 
cbarmiii;; pii'liii','. II, -i- li,,iii|ue| of Ian,-,', an, I lb,i-<,- fcm l.al'a.vell,^ 
l)ride"s I'cisi-s was sbowi'ii'il with w-ie. M r. ainl Mrs. Wal|,-i' Sliaw. Mi'. 

Iswiinsoma. She was .|oiii,',l at llif an,l Mrs .\. ||. l-orliiii,-. .Mrs. W. II. 

inllai- by the cciom an,l bis |,,-sl man. ' Mel )aiii,'l. .Mi^v.-s \,lili,. Marsh 
.Mr. A. a. Korlnii,-. Dr. U<>Ii,m-Isi,ii nf SparKs. l.ily r.lair,- (.111111 an, I illaia 

iWooilville. OlUcialeil. usiiiK' Iheheau- ' Ilnnlit. 



lice in LaFayelte.snid county, on the 
first .Monday in May. ne.-^t. (Jivcn 
uiid(;r my hand and ofDcial signa-j 
ilurc, this April 1, lPt8. .^ j 

I \V. L. aTA.NSELL, Ordinary. 



H-lnlni^ 



NOTICK 

Nnlirc is ln'H'liy k'ivi'Ii in miniroil 
liy luw, Llinl I will as tlic >;uiiriliiiii of 
I-rr.liick N Miirrlan.l uikI Willi.: N. 
Morclaiiil, iiiiimrs. wlio urr llii: owii- 
{•r^ nf nil iiiiiliviiliMl two flflliH inlor- 
ivtl III forly ncri'.f innri- or li-ss of lot 
(if luiiil No. H'.iK III llii- Hill (li-lrict 
ami Uli sfrliiiii o fW'alkcr roiinly, 
<;«., and lnMiit: nil of llm «i.\ly-Uvo 
acrns nf llir soiilli pari yf Hiiiil lol 
No. I'OH willr.l l.y .1. II. Morclniiil lo 
Martha H. Morclaml, I)iviiu'-I. Morc- 
laiiil. Kn-cJiirk .N. Morrlaml ami 
Willie N. Morclaiiil. nxrfpl Iwonly- 
oni- ucrr.i off of IIk; hoiiIIi Midi- of 
salt) trad lirrflriforr Holil to C. li. 
I'>ojl or Mr'*. C. II. Kzi-ll. iiiakn ap- 
liliratioM li> Jii'lKfl Mosi'H WriKlil. 
.Iii(Ik<; of til'! Superior f^ourt of 
WulkiT county, On., at I.al'ayrltp, 
fia., or at fiuch oIIut plncn in tin; 
rircuit as In' rnay ilii-ccl, on ,Miiy lli'' 
(Itli, lUIH. for an onliT to Hrll tin; in- 
tcroMl of caiil two niinorH for the 
[.uriio.sc of n;-invc»linK Hn; Haino, in 
city firopiTly at Kant I.ako, 'IViin. 

I Tliis April tho .Inl, 1018. 

I MAinilA K. .MOriKI.AND. 

Guardian for trndrick N. .\Iori;land 

1 and Willio N. Morcland. 



WALKEE COUNTY MZSSE NOEB, APRIL 2C, 1918. 



l.N MKMdUY 

On I'll.. .1. I'Jifl. "'t' dralli aiiKid 
\imlcd our coniinuiiily mid took as 
il8 vitLiin. Kd Cirncn. Ho lind boon in 
had Mato of hpnllli praclirally all Ins 
lif... Hi- was nl.out :« yars of aKO. 
rml was a good niaii. All who knrw 
him coul.l nol hrlp livil love him, and 
wc>' feel sum thai \\f i" it- rost. 

11,. l.on- Ins aniK-lions witti forli- 
tudc. and jusl hr^foPP In- passed away 



^/z&//q/e 



I.N UK.UOHY 

Of Saoi Ireland, aped :». who died 
l-'i'li. 'JV. i;ii8. afier a liUKi'miK illnrn.s 
of many months. Up bore liis suffcr- 
incs wdli ;;iim! palirnrf and always 
KTHnlnd his frii'iids willi a rliccry 
srnili; and lo\ Ihk words. II was hi" 
'joy anil drlivhl lo ln>l|i othois ami 
111- was always in Ihoir servirr. 

Tin- diTi-asi'd leaves a wife and six 
son.5 and Iwo dauKhlers loKelher 
Willi a hosi of friends and relalivcs 
lo mourn Ins loss. 

Mr. Iridiind was a menihi-r of the 
.Melhoilist rhiiridi al ('.liii-knmniiKa 
where he- lived a failhfnl inemher 
until denlh. 

Ill- has Koni- lo join the aiiRels m 
I he hapiiy homo ahove wliiTo no 
sorrow ronies. W.- feel that we have 
snsljimed a Kie.il lo.ss hut wo know 
Ihat lur lo.ss IS his elernal Kniii. Me 
has heanl llie wi'lroiiie wonJH. "Wolli 
dom-. Ihon pin.l and fail hful^ser- 
van!, enter lliou inio Ihe joyTirihy 
Lord.' Ill- was ever failhful in the 
I'lsrh-iTKo of hju diilles iis a chris- 
tian inil we f,-e| Ihal, In- has s,.wn 
Kood s.-ed Ihal will hrniK forlli fruil. 
in;iny years hiwice. 

We would say In Ihe di-ar i-mnpan- 
lon anil relahves. "Weep nol. as for 
one Ih.nt has no hope, Iml live so 
when the last snmmon.s comes, you 
mil say as fallier did, "I am ready lo 
Ko."--Wnlli-n hy a friend. 



4- •!• + . . I 

Thr mnrriapti Baturdny cvRfiinff iTil 

Chftttanoogn of Miw Winnifr<;d Paris { 

•j, J Klcniing Venogarholi will be of 

(ilcrcsl lo friends hero of Ibo latter, I 

ci,,r«3iclcnt of'LaraycUfi aomo ycSAriij 

«0. 

IN MKMOUY OK JAMKS 11. H\.\«O.M 
On .Monday aftt-rnoon, .Nov. 'JO, 1'.>17 
the K'^nlle spirit of our dear uncle, 
James II. Uansoni, wmgeil il.s iin- 
inortai IliKhl hack to Cod whom In- 
had .so failhfuUy served from his 
early ynulli. 

lie leaves a loving, failhful, t'.lirls- 
lian wifi-, thn-e .sons, one daiigliU-r. 
Ihroe sislers and two lirolln-rs, lie- 
sidos a host of tried and true frieii<l>^ 
to mourn Iheir loss, hut we do nol 
mourn as I hose who have no liopi; in 
Ihe resinrerlimi, for througli failh 
111 Unn who IS the resiirreclion and 
Ihe life, we can look forward wilh 
Ihe hli'sse.l hope Ihal we will .'nei-l 
him again in the sweet heyond. 

He was a loving, patient ami kind 
hiisl.and; a g.'iitl.-, considerule ami 
forheanng father, a thoughtful anil 
helpful hrother, a good m-ighlior.am 
al)o\e all a faililful, earnest Chris 
tiaii. Ills ll•nlllfulne.•^s and honest) 
won hir Imo the conlldence ;uid re 
.si.ect of all who knew hiin. lie i- 
Lreally missed hy his friends am 
{ri:latl\i-s hut es|iecially hy the hear 
broken wife and children. 

How deep Itie ^looml lime, u^ 
know, can never ohlllerale, linl w 
hope, it may sollrii even such sa. 
memories. 

J.oving hands had done all Iha 
could he done, and medical skMl \va 
wholly evhuiisi.ed, hut the iin-ssaK 

"r e U|> higher" had lo he answer 

ed, so he passes tlirougli death !• 
get to life elernal. 

During lln; last few months of hi 
dwelling in an earthly house he sut 
fered much pain, yet ho Ixno In 
Muirermg ralmly and iiuielly and a 
ho iieured the Hiimmoiis call liiM fait 
gi-e.w stronger and brighter and h 
died' leaving beliliid him Hie nc 



/•' 



LHllc Mnry Hnlh NcbI 

I Little Mnry lUitli Ncal, (Jaiinhlnr of 
I Mr. and Mrs. A. I'. Ncal, of Weal Ar- 
muclico, who linR had moaslcs and 
ibroncnl piinumonia for llic pniiL 
llhrco wookn, died Sunday morning. 
8ho wad 20 months old, a briRhl, 
swoo.l child. Tunnrnl anrvlccs wore 
jconduclnfl by J. C YounK and inlnr- 
mont at I'lnnsaiil Hill cemetery Mon- 
day morning. 



MAY 3 , 1918. 

curencTmashburn 
died sunday morning 



IWnS. AUGU.STUS BUSH 

Mrs. AiiffUHluB niiBh was found 
dead in lied at lier home in West I.a- 
Kayctte early Monday morning. 
TlicAlgh 8lie had been in declining 
licalli for Bome lime, her condition 
wait not thought to be serious and 
her d('atli came an a dinlincl shock 
h) llie members of her family no'' 
friends. Funeral services were licld 
lit the lioine Tuesday morning, con- 
I ducted by flev. J. A. I'artridgo. In- 
tiTment followed in the local cem- 
etery. Desidcs her husband, the de- 
ceased is survived by three cliil<lre:i. ' 
two daughters and ono eon. 



After an illnens of only four dnyff" 
with pneumonia, Clarence Moshburn, 
son of H. P. Mashburn^ died nt Ibo 
liomo of bis sister, Mrs, G. A. Young, 
in Chattanooga early Sunday morn- 
ing. Funeral services were hqld from 
llio residence of lils sister Monday 
nnd Tuesday morning the remains 
were tiroughl to Ilock Spring ceme- 
tery for interment. Surviving the 
rlereased is his father, 11. P. Masli- 
b\irn, six brothers, T. A., Will, C. C, 
Homer, John and Dob, and ono sis-, 
ter. Mrs. C. A. Yoimg. 

Clarence wai well-known here, 
nnd Ills genial disposition won for 
lilm a liost of friends. Friends of the 
family extend their sympathy to the 
iiereaved fathc.", brothers and sister, i 



A 

•^-'-H-H-:-'- -r-i-I-H-I-H-I- •!• 
.Mrs. .1. M. Oliver ilii-d iit lirr hdtiie 
here Wcdncsd.'iy. Hit remains wen- 
laid III ri'.sl in llie cenielery 'I'liurs- 
ilay ^rtiTiiiiiMi. (lie fuMiTiil service 
lieiiii? roiiilurli'.l at the clnirrli by 
J. W. C. Oliver. She was a K'h"! wo- 
man nnd will be missed. 

."-Janforil Hishnp nnd our dauKhler, 
.Nellie Wnliiii, g;it niarried Sunday 
iiHiriiinr. llev. Spi'armun .sayuiK llie 
W'Ords llinl iiiaile (hem man and wife. 
Nnlurally we wi.sli llieni a lung ami 
pruspernus. iwaeefnl .liappy liff. 

I'AT Mcr.l.ASKKY. 



MltS. AI.Mi;i;i)IA WAI.KCIt 




DIkl) AT Tin: \(.t; 


(»:' 7.' 


.Mrs. .Miu'-edia Wai;,.-.. .i.- 


■1 7.'. 


died al (he eounly faiin .-.■mI 


• Sun- ' 


ilay nil. riling, afli'- a l.n." 


1 llI'V. i 


wllh iiiiiMiiiiiiiii.i. rii'ii--|i > 


•rvir.'s 


wiM-e held at II... ,• .., ii . .. , 


\|. 11- 


day, iiiliTiiii-iil l.-H.-w mi- .•, ;|, 


■ .•■•111- 


i-l.TV 11. -ar l.y, lli.. ,|.r :...-,| 


■• s;ir- 


viv.-l |,v .,11- s'li. .L.tiii W ..li. 


•r \ir, 1 


WalU.T. nil., u:.-. |.i-m .;,.;■.• 


V .1.-- j 


V..I...I ' ■ hi. |.i. II, ■■ ',; < llM- , 


\ .ii|.a- ' 


Miy ,.r 'i... ■ .11 i-.- ,-,. ,r,, in.ly 
-a.| 1.. ly . . 1. •:•, :,-..• iI 


111 Ins j 








A line girl wn.M linrii In Mr. audi 
.Irs. W. I,. .Nix Siniday. 

It will be of greni mieresi oi me 
many friends iif the coiitrncliiig par- 
tics to learn that Mr. Will Sliahan 
and Miss Ktliel Ilames, both of this 
place got marrieil on last Weilnes- 
day May 1st. .Mr. Slinlian Is a s.in of 
Mr. and .Mrs. .lim Slialinn of Villnn- 
ow and is a tirnsperoUH liuHiness man, 
whmile Mrs. Sliahan is the youngest 
daughter of .1. A. .1. liames of this 
piftce, nnd Is (hh- nf Armiichce's most 
charming and nllrmtive young In- 
dies. They have a host of friends 
who wish them all happiness am: 
prospc rity. 

.IKSSIF. WYA'|-I'. 



s/slnif 



WALKER COUNTY MESSENGER, MAY 17, 1918. 



C;OIJ)i:.\ WKHDING A.NAIVICII- 
SARY. 

Miss Lucy I'uryoar, of Vjll.inow. 
returned lasl week from Homo 
whcro «hn visilorJ Dr. and Mrs. CJ. L. 
Cli.islnin, and, on April I2.w3fl a fnicst 
at Uic golden wodding of Mr. and Mrs 
F. A. McCurry. 

On tliis rare and happy orcaninn. 
more than one hundred and fifty 
KUMlii called at thn homo on For- 
syth 8t, whlcli wa8<lccorated in gold 
and white. Double ^learta of ffold 
■were used to festoon tho curtains 



and draperies, also forming a cano- ypo II u/ CTCPIM niPR 

,py giwprndcd from the picture rail- iTino, lli TT, OICOALL UItU 

\\T\%, diaffonally acroes-lhc room, th*; 
'troBsInK at U)c fh'ihdellcr tied with 

rtrcaipera of yellow satin ribbon. 

Mf. and Mrs. McCurrj stood in an 

alcove drajwd In American fla«8, and , Mrs. U. W. 8t<;gall, of RossmMo 

Ihclr all children, fifteen grand- Friday morning at 8:20 oVIork. at 

children completed th« receiving Wcsl-Lllis hospital, followiiiK a 1..mr 

liQC I'uncb was served al an . alt- '"ncs" of nrr%ou8 proslrallon 



J V Wheeler, Jr, of Summcrville, 
who recently, visited his brother 
here. V. n. Wheeler, left last week 
to enter servico In the marine of- 
iflcera training o*nip. This is Ihej 
Ifwirlh member of this family to 
volunt««r formlUUnr servlr*,' ffn4 
the eummckVllU Newi commenUnTi 
upon the patriotism of thl» farallri 
caya that If aU wt}0 axe In llk« po«l- 
lJoo-wt)uld 4> -U»« »*nJTi.Oiln»-»tid 
l^how■t^0-8ame 'iplrfb the" Uun« 
IwoukM*^** re»«U lU ctMuuMl pottrf. 

■ ■•''■• ■':-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i'-i' •'-»"»-}' I 
+ 

EAHLY FRIOAY MOBHING ^1:7?^^±!:S.t;i:f:l:^r^:nl' 

l,„irn- .i.r'.KnIay mi>riuiiK uller ;j 

.rif.s.i. K )..<.. ■■il .•ii-rMCi:3 were 
,!•.; :)y lU-v.T. J. llallill. inl-jr- 
■I !1,.- I Ml. II Li'incl' ry. Th^ 
rd line liav.- Itir .syiu|ialliy of 
rrwMicIs here. 



I.clli-r.s of AiliidnlMniliori 
(;ei>rj;ia. W'alKrr ^.uuiily. 

Aim'IiimIh'ii haviiij; 1 n mafic i 

(itiii fMiiii lo h.iM- •:. i;. i;ia- 

up|inml.-.| :i,lmiiu-'lf:ili'r uimii II 
o-slnli' (if l.nry A. .\i'.\iMnii. lad- ' 
«aid riiiiiily. di'i'i'ascd, nuliri- is lim 
liy K'\i'" 'hal .iiml applical h'ii will 1 
|;as<i-'l u|Min :il my mIIIci' "H H"' H'' 
Miiiid.iy III .limi-. iic\l. i.iM-ii iiii.l. 
my liaii'l and iilU. lal siniialun-. Ili 
May (I, r.)lH. 

W. I., Sl'A.\SI-.l.l.. (liiliiiar\. 



■I- 



SliO bi' 



Mr.s. liri'Wi'r wlm ji.i.s l)i-,u wick fdi' 
sonic lime ilicd ;it lici- Iminc here 
were liclil JM DiilLim Sunday and iii- 
leniiciit followed al llic local cciiie- 
U'ly. • 

Tlio announcement of th 



J leavcfl a husband and five children 
and a host of other relatives lo snr-' 
row al hor passing. 
I Mrs. Slegall was the daughter of 
Jlhe laU: O. n. Myers, of Trlon, and 
sister of G. T. Myers, south of towTi 
and D. C. Myers and Mrs. C. C. Ooro 
of IjiFayclto. 
Funeral scrvlcca were held 8alur- 



nage of .Mi.s.s Lotii.sc Fari.s.s and Mr. 'day aflflmoon al 2 o'clock from the '<•''- 



Hun 
iiMinil. 


•I- 


T 



U) .Mr. and .Mix. .Inliii llam- 
ui Ihe ;ili. a K'll. 



Carl Ware, will he read with much 
interest by Iho many fricnd.s of the 
bride in LaFaycttc, which was her 
home for a number of years. The 
wedding occurred at llic homo of 
her molher. Mrs. J. D. Fariss, in At- 
lanta, April 2i?th. j 
.J. 4- ^, j 

The announcement oV the mar I 
nago of Mi.ss .Mary H.-mna. of Flori- 
da, and Mr. Ilobcrt M. Moyt. former- 
ly of Lal-nyette, will bc.road with' 
much interest by the fricnd.s of Mr 
f'oyt in the town and county. The 
wedding occurred Wednesday May 
1st., and Mr. and .Mrs. Hoyl' 
make their home m Florida 
.1. .J. .1- 



will 



Chapman Undcrt*)clnjr chapel, con- 
ducted br I>r. i. W. Dachman, Iri- 
lermchl followed In the Forest Hill 
ccmeleiry, : . . 

\ ^'lVjend» of. Iho .pommln^t farplly 
and relatives tender their iylYrpalfiy, 
\VL this hour of Md bcmvcment. " 

Aunt Chnrlolle Wilson, an auni of, 
Kd Marsh and Carrio Gorce, died 
Saturday in f;hnttanooga ai n'n nd- I 
vanced age, being past f\v.\\\iy. The 
funeral service was romhicted by | 
flev. Albert Gaines from the colored 



+ 
HIGH POI.NT ^ 

M-i-:-:-r ^-r-l-^-I-H-I-^•^ 

l\a MrCnllounli. daugliter of 
.1 Ml- i: H .Mi-iaillougli. waj 
■il ^Miiiilay al 10 u'clock a. in. 

llayiiiMnd Sniilli. 'I lie cere- 
I.Mik |.lai I- .Ml IIh- lu ules resi- 

h.-iiiK |.ei |,.rm.-,l |,y W. U. 
Mill I lii'\ Will mak 
al llik-li I'ninL al in-esc: 



III 



Sunday morning.' 



Haptist church 

The passing of this good old-timer, 
known and loved for her faithful' 
service and kind deeds in many fam- ' 
ilie.s,' brings regret. When n child,! 
she was brought as a slave by Hpcn- 
rer Marsh. .Mrs. 8. A. Warthen's 
father, and to the end of hoiwlife, 
was devoted lo her young mlstrcHs' 
an<l all her "folks." In her old age, I 
Aline GImrlotte was. (eiirlerly cared 
fi-r by her ado|ited daughters, Lou 
and Molly (Jamblo, dying al the 
former's home. 



77 



WALKEE OOXrtTTY JuZSZZ ''laER, TaAY 31, 1918. 



MRS. J. h. EATON DIED 
, ■ SUDDENLY FHIOAY 



I Mrs. J. A. Eaton, aflor an illnoss 

,of Iwolvfi weeks, died luddcnljr Fri- 
day al her hdmo In Woat LaKaycllo. 

iTIio deccaaod was aboul OO years of 
ago al tho lime of her death. 

j Sut^lvlng her Is a hushand, one 
son, Claude Ooddard, and several 
slslcsr, — 

Funeral services wftro held from 
the residence Saturday morning, In- 
Inrmcnl following In Ihe local ceme- 
lery. ■ 

Mr/. Eaton was a danghtor of Mri(< 
M. A. Morloii, WM convo^l<^l In CArly 

'Pto and IIvckI a consistent Christian 
u\A\l the end. She had a bosl of rela- 
tive* -aniT friends who mourn -her 
death, and who ext«nd'lhelr Bytnpao 
thy lothis bertavod famUy.' 



•I- .:-| 

•:• WAUUF.N 4-' 

Mr. :m.l Mrs. .\ll,m l\,\ ,,f ciiaHii-l 

MM(.j;;i luivt; Ih'.Ml rr.-ClMMK CwllK-rul- 

ulaliiiiis .siiir." .^\iii.iiiy on acnmia o( | 
llic arrival of ;i liiii,. ilaiiKlili-r in 
llM'ir lioinc. I 



'I-H-I- -I-I-i-I-I- •i"i"l"i" c~;- -.-j-rv I 

4. + 

•:- iiossvii.i 1: n. F. n. 1. .1- 

•I-I-h -W-H-I-I- -I-M-H- -K-I-I-f I 
Wc arc sorry lo roporl Uic now.i 
of the dcalli of Au-l Amanda Ilixon, 
the mollii-r of J. J. lli.ion of Cliickn- 
niauKa. Mrs. llixon was about 80 
years of ago and for llio pa-sl few 
years had made her homo with her 
Krandcliililren, being at llie liomc of 
Mrs. Jas. Talley al llic lime of her 
<lealh. The fvmeral was held al Iho 
First Uaplisl church at Chicka- 



niauK-a. interiiienl ' al llie Cliicka- 
iiinuKa reni.-li'ry Monday. Revs. C. U. 
and J. H. MeFarlanil conducUr.g the 
'services. We extend our synipaUiy 
|lo Uie bereaved ones. 



JUNE 7, 1918. 

-»- -I- T 

Mr. anil .Mr.s. .1. .1. (o-isfn of Iles- 
soniei', Ala., aniiounee Uie liirlli of a 
son. Mrs. (leiHen will bo rc:me[nbor- 
od Ill-re as Miss Mary Freoinan. 

•!• ••• 

.'. \v.Mtni;\ •!• 

.i-;-r,.i j-:..:..i..2..i-i..:-:-i-i-j-.i-^~t 

11 irn Saliinlay lo Mr. ami .Mrs.' 
l.uwrcni'c; Wood, a son. . 

•t- l ".'-I' l "l' I " I - i -Vl-I-i-Kr-H"H- 

4> CENQIAT + 

* + 

.Mrs. Kli/abelli McCallie, of l-l: :l- 
slrjni'. UK'-d 7!), was buried al i! ;i- 
rlial lieeiiralion day.' "She was Tie 
wifi- o( I'ooiii .McCallie and ilai.ii- 
Ler of Williaiii lli.xon, a iiionrci- c li- 
zen of Lookout .Moiiiiliiiii. Sill" is 
survived by two sormaiul two il.;u '.li- 
liTS. John and Cruv^f .McCiilli.-, 
Mrs. I)r. l.eliardy and .Mr.s. l-r. n'» 
'Jrutchllcld. 



oiim Auv. 

(In .laiuiiiry llo'. lUlli. Hu' iIimIIi an- . 
^l•l visilcd oureoinniunilyaiMJ rlann- 
cd as ils vii-liiii. llro. Miles (iarr.-ll. 
11 is Kcing away caused grcal sadm'ss 
in tlir church and ueiKhliorliood 
as wi'll. 

I llro. Miles (".arrclt was horn Feb. 
L', imi7. being 2\ years of age al llw 
lime of his death. Had he lived he 
would soon bad (o onswor the call of 
Ills Covernnienl and cross Ibe broad 
I Atlantic to fare Uie enemy, but he 
I had already hecomo a goldicr for 
Clirisl and Tiod saw (11 lo Lake him to 
his Fternal home on hl«b. 
jj He professed faith in CIiiihI last 
summer and Joined Ibo Wood Sta- 
ll ion IJaplisl church, and for Ibo few 
' months ho lived a Cbrlstlan, ho kept 
i his lamp trimmed ond burulng, tind 
I was always ready lo spcttk a word 
for the Master. If ho had negloclod 
llic welfare of his soul till on hi&. 
death bed, hU slna would not have 
been pardoned, as ho was never ftfifi- 
sclous after he was taken sick, lie 
l)ORses8od a bright, cheerful, dlspo- 
flitlou, and was over ready lo help 
friend In need. 

Wo can nolundorstandwhy he was. 
taken, b\il Christ says. "What I do 
thou knowcsl not now, but thou 
ahall know horoaflor." Ho was tho 
second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. 



(larrelt! Wi- would say to bcrcav- ' 
ed ones, "Weep not for your lovctt 
one has gone on before and is waik- 
iiiK for you in bis shining counts n- 
bovi-.' Ill' enioyi'd smuuig wbile be 
was lo-ii' :ii il il wo undi-rsliiOil llns 
Sii H'Imi'-. II .■• pleasure will In- p'-r- 

li'l-hll 111 Ili'-IMMI. 

Sliall w.- wi'c'p when wc; know llii-. 
d-i.arl'-'. 
Willi ll.':r Inils anil cares no.r 
an- d.M,.-. 
' .\iii| 111.' l.l'-~ '.r .'li'i'iiily's :i--s 

I In ll'C |r.'..n. I <iod is b.-.-on. 

Cniii' lip rr.'niliiiiiianloM-. In iiiuli- 

.'!■ lo\, .111.1 .-ar.-. 

l-roiii p:un b.-l.'W |.> p.'.'ii'.' ab..v, 

111 iii.ui-'.'.:i-. ' I •■" r.iii'I 

■I'li.M'r-for.'. ]■•■■ II 1;.'- 'I'-.' I lir~'. Ili:i!. 

a n>py of Ib.'sc r,'-oli;li..:i- li.' ^|.ri':i.) 

I upon llie r.-r.>r.ls of II hiir.-l'. 

Scroll. 1, 'I'liiil a .'.'py II.' fiirn: li.i) 
tlie lirreavi-d laniily. 

Third. Tlial a n.py be priiil.'il li 
tlic W.'.lkrr f.oiinly M.'.-.s.'iii.";- 

l)>iiii' 111 iMiir.'r.'in'.' ai:il wn'l.'ii I7 
oriliM' of sain.'. 

Mrs. U. \V. C.iiill.'r, 
j Miss 10.11111, • Sl.'pll■'ll•i..^ 

Miss Maut-'i.- C.rays, 

Coiiiiiiitlre. 



7S 



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JUNE 14, 1918. 



PIONEER WOMAN PASSES 

TO THE GI\E,\T BEYOND 

Mrs. Mirllno D. Blocker French, 
who (11e<l on Baturday al her home, 
1023 riiJSjBlrecl, was Iho la«l of her 
generation of tho'^ old and disUn- 
gulshed Sloclfor family wjio lived 
nearly a century al 713 Pine Btroct. 
Ooncral LaFaycllo was a frequent 
visitor to this houso.ln llevolution- 
ary limes, coming willrhis alde-do- 
camp, Colonel Anna Tovissard of 
France, who was llio inalornal 
grandfalher of Mrs. French. Colo- 
nel Toiissard losthis right arm flghl-l 
Ing- for America. Iler fathqf was 
John Clement SLockcr, w>o<'cAmo 
from England. >• ' : 

Mrl French was the widow ■of 
I/Ouis KuRcno French, whodied foiir- 
locn years qko. She was the last of 
thirteen children. A sislcr, Enilly 
K.'Sloekcr, died in the old homestoad 
four yoars ago. She was cighty-eiT 
years old. I'^'o sons survive, Mrs. 
French, of Lal'ayclto, Ga., and liouls 
EubTnoFrenchj Harry. 1). Krench, 
Mrs. Ida M. Fronch CirafT, a ffrnnd-' 
daughter, lios inado her horn^^ With 
Mrs^Frcnrh since she was Iwcv-yljara 
old. - ■ ^ • ^'^■>' ", 

-Tholalo General Kdward ."^oi^oll 
was ft ft rat eodsln' of Mrs. ' Fr9noh_. 
Mrs. ActhlnpLOn Ollpln anit jilriu 
Jvrcderlck Prune are. nieces. ,*. i^r 

In all her long'Ufo Mr»,- iVbnoli 
nov6r-T\'oro eyeglasses. Until •'»■ few 
wo«ks ago alio read Iho mornlftg'and 
ovCning newspapers daily "an(i y.wa^ 
especially inlore^ited In lh4 t-war 
ncwp. She made tholnoat he^iilirul 
embroidery after she was nineiyjind 
until Christmas was busy khlUIn? 
sweaters nnd. other comforta/oiJtUo 
soldiers." Horlioallh began ip^do- 
olino'aWJvil ■ six .months Bgej^^J^^r, 
mihd was clcarliU Iho end. r!-;^ :"<, 
'Mrs. French wa*"* life longjmcn)* 
bor of lh« EpUcot):iI Church. Jn.'hor 
youngtr days sho was a mon^r of 
St,'.BU!phcn's Church. and laletf ot 6t; 
LUk'6;» urtdiEplphdny^PhiladoliphU 



Pi;<5M. . 







r. J. MCKHIBHT OltO - 



I '^^McKnighldlodathlflhomo'ln 

r..;.. Walk.T i.ounly. rriornoon. ot 2:30 o'clook and .wft» 

' ■• ^^ I-'" " May r. ■..,„: .Mr. .;..- J ' ™"^ ",,,ea,anV ' HUl cemelerr, 

■ ■ '"■••• -"- "f •'■' -, '• ■'""•• winesday morning at it oV;loc <,^ 

■ f >^'"l •••""l.v. .l,T,..M-,l. h;,s .„.- |};J"" morning Mr< McKnlghKn'.; 

.•"••■I '■■ "'•■ -'"••-►^ ' ^•"- ^' >rr iSnocktng" mall pleco of skin oil hU 

sui.p.Ml rr,.M. the eM.le. -i s.,,1 .1,-- IJ^^'j Xod poUon Bot In causlOg ^l<•: 

...,>,.,l. .N,.l,.e IS luM-l,y ►:u.u IIk,1 1 , | ^^ ^ ^^^ days.,;,- ■- .•._,•;>: 

.,„„• u, l,;.l,..vll.. .:u.l .omily, nn I ^^^^ picnganl UUIchurch b/. ,W;- P-r 

,!„■ lir-l MoH.l:>y in .lul>. lU'M. Uu- ,.,,,„ , ^ ■,.. •_.<>,;, >u.^. 

""•■• II- • •'. i'"»- , ' Lirt -Sho made Ihclr ■homo -jrilli:, 

I hiin.,-- y. .^ ,.'■, :v- ^\-■;■.■-.■^^■l:^r■■' 

I.KWK lit SKI. I. !L____ 

('.. Iv i.l:i'<i. ailmiiin-lrali'l- nl' lli " " 
.■n|;,I.- nf l.iiry i;. .\i-yiiiaii. l.ilf nl , 
-ai.l ,-..uiily. .Ire. -as.-, I. has appli.-.l l«i| 
111.- nn.liT>i>;ii.'.l f.T l.-nxc 1.' siMI Ihi- 
r.'al .•>lali- ll.•ll.u^:l^^; In mi. I I'slalc, 
Nnh.-.' 1- U.-i-cl.y m\.-ii Ih.il 1 will 
|ia>.s uii.Mi sai.l api.lii ali.'ii al iny .if-' 
lu-.' Ill l.alay.'ll.'. sai.l .•.■uiily «u Uw 
IlrsI Ml. II. lay ni .Inly, n.'\l, iIImmi 
nn.l.T my lian.l an. I ..Ili.ial sitna-^ 
lui.-. Ilii'' .Inn.' :i. r.ilM. 

\V. I.. Sr.\.NSI-,l.l„ (inliiiaiy. 

l.l.riKK.'^ <»)' IM.SUI.S.SION 

(,.-.,i>;i.i WalK.T ('...niily. 

.\. I', r.liaiiiiiaii, u.linniislial..r "T 
.1. \V. Chai.iiiaii, hit.' ..I' sai.l i-nnnly 
,l,-,-i-ii>.'.l. lias iipiili.'il to 111- nu.:.T- 
.siKii.'.l for l.'llris i.r .I1S1111SS1..11 fn.iii 
sai.l ailiimiislralc>rslii|i. Ni.lu.^ is 
li.T.l.y KiviMi that 1 will pass nii s;ii(l 
a|>|.lirali<>ii at my ""1<'' i" '-'liO- 
olle, said rininly, on lli.i llrst Mnn- 
.lay ill .Inly. next. (iivrii niiilcr my 
liiui.l an. I nincial siKinvlnrc, lliis .Inmi 
:;, IBI'.I. 

W, I,, S'rA.NSl'.I.I.. Or.lnmry. 

i.ivwi: TO sicij, 

<i(«<irKiii. W'lilkiT CoiinLy. 

!•'. A. Cnilrliili-jil, iiclininltilralor of 
the estalc nf Urnrgi" II. Pierce. Into 
(if said (.■.imily, (leccasi-.l, has ap- 
plie iltn the uiiiliMsigiied for Inavn to 
sell III.' ri'iil I'siati. heliinging to eald 
(\slnt<'. .Notice is hereliy given that 
I will imsH ()i\ Huid apiilirjiljon ftt my 
oillen In lail-uyeit,., onUi-couni^y, on 
the lli-st MoiKluy li\'Ju1^, niixt. Giv- 
en undiT my hand and o'nklal tflgnar 
lure, llil^g June .1 lOlfl. ■ ; ' , 



iRS. J. i REfO OlfS !; 

AFTER LiK6{R(l6 KUESsI 

i 

I 

Aflrr a Imgrriar illnr^s of »<-\cr»lj 
y*ar». Mrs. J. A. H^^rtl d)<d at Um- 
home of her »on, H*Tiry He<>J Brar 
!<obl'', S<in<lay morning at the np«r 
fAd ajc»^ of <* year*. 

.•"lie sIi{>{><n1 awa} (juielly without 

a ktru^le and wa« rfliTvH of bcr 
I 
suOf niig of many yar». 

I When quit/" young .^he prTife<_5e<l 
filth in (Christ and ^jincl the Vetho- 

ld)»t church, living a con*istijl 
Ctiriitlian life until her death, glia, 

I wan lii^Elily <*»t<'«:m»^l hy thiw « lio 

. kiM'w- hiT. 

KuiK-ral ^<^-^ ir<-« w prr held from 
I lli<- Ontrr Point church Mumlay 
jin'.miiu: al II o'clock. fonduct<>d l.j 
\hi-\^. H. H. Howar«l and J. A. K-trll. 
j Itit'-rm'-nt followed m Ihe cemetery 
m-arby. 

'Hie d'-caM-d n «ur\ivTd by an on- 
ly *on. Hrnry H'-ed. willi whom »he 
!».» Ii\«l for many yars, and one 
k;iiIit an<l and one brother. 




WALKEE CPUNTY MESaENOEE, JUITK 21, 1918. 



I.\ I.OVINC llEMKMimANi ;.. 

Mrs. Minerva Wallia lonk licr ii.<lil 
to Ji'Hiis oil TuoRiJay Murcli lOi lillH 
8lin had liv(;J lo llic ripo a(,-i' ■■! 7.1 
yoare. 

alio was a incmlxT of Mm I'l-aviiic 
Dniitisl cltiirch, niirt was a .wo nau 
who always, likal lo go lo (jiuircli 
and do her pari un a Christian; «ho 
was a gfiod Christian woman. '•• 

Hlic was marric.l ia 1801 lo Mr. 



tvjucMonv or uns. i. a. eaton 

--On;lho 2411^ dor of May 1018 Ihii. 
an^l of doitJTvlsltcd a happy homo 
In'ixir niidet and look frotn U>«1 
homo tho wifo of Mp. J. A.'EnUm. 
Funeral aorvlcos wore bold from Iho 
fCBldoocfl Saturday morning at , 10 
o'cSIook, inducted by Rev, J. A. 
Pnrlrldffo. Tlio'rcmaina wofo lalit lo. 
reel In tiho LoFoyolto ccmotory. 

Mary Ann Eaton, noo Morion, wa*, 
bom Juno 6, 1837 In Challooffft coun- 
ty, fiy til former morringo she l(5avo» , , „, ,,, 

oncniort C.,D.Ooddar(J..bno brotbw'? ^°''" ^'"''"■''- |""' '>' ^'"» ""'"" '■'"'"i 
Qnrtopo"«lfll«ran(jnv6hlllftl»lcr*.r;^'?'"" ""vcn ohll, r.-n. four sons and 

fihc professed ft hopo In ■. ChrHl'll'^'''^'' «la"Khtnr8, all of whom survivo 
wbonryoun^ girl abd Joined u.^-, her. 1 hero never was a motffer who 
M-:i:'cnurcXSt)Owa» married 16 J.^<l«^°l«' ''"■ '''" ^ l''"''' of-'ldron 
A. Eaton BcpU 4, 100«..«hdh6 iur- "^'^ grandchildren as shq did; shp 
vivc«Jifr.''''-V- ' '*'*v '■'''f^'V' '■)"'■ ''^'''* over ready and willing^lo help 

To tfio'-hu'sband'VnJ 8(^-Ws8'' "'"f" '" "'o''' ''"'»''' """^ tribulations. 
brjirU'iir<)(om>hdbIccdlng-,>0»l»^ -.^"'^'■'""■0 ^as nothing loo hard for 
ter* jrid brother, Vtfhoorllly.cxtcnd.^,,^, ,„ ,j„ f„^ „,^.^ ^^.j j,,^.^ ^^^ g„. 
Otj;>tondcrcaUymp;jtMc^ftnd hum^^^^ to miss d.-ar mother and grand- 
ly prarthatGod.ln.UU-lnflnfUl.wlA;^. j,„„H.,.r ,„ u.eir homos and our sym- 
dOm-marMnct f7,lhIVMTOaDlIclba,V,,3i,,y ^^^^ „^^ ^^ ^^^^ bercavcd-ones. 
;^7a:elr. eternal. good., end; ta?_lru«l^^ ^Ve know ,t was hard lo give her 
Ihat-.lbO mercies of^hp^YcnWllVglyJ^^,,, 1,^,1 Ciod knows bnsl. an.l he do- 

^^ ^°^. '?5^'^' I'^^^^'^rA^^ W.1^^ all we can do now. 
iblo«*in^-toah^V*0Md.'»ld.lii«^.(r.4| /""'•7'.««'-^'c*"« were hold fron. 
\baita;^mp]cl6drtiVmi}i':tJnh\m^^''' ""^''^ ^■"•'"K chorcH Wclncsday 
fn^t'llOmoJ»6?TO»'tWfkct]Jii^^ ''^ " o clock, conducted by 

Mrtov/Md.partTnFarOfl^^^ '^- ''"""''■"^ "^ Ho.ssvill,;. In- 

»;'/>'U^'''^>$ftMn^il;*B\SOM/'*^«S^ followed m the Hock S|)ring 



FiniNG MEMORIAL ~ ] 
FOR R. N. DICKERSON 



/" 



SMM^Ma^ 



LIBEL FOn DIVORCE 

Gharllo Quails vs. Malllo Lou 

Libel for divorce In Ihe Superior 
court, Walker county, Georgia, Aug. 
term, Ifiia. The verdict for loUl di- 
vorce granted 2(Hh day of April, 1918. 

NoUto Is hereby given to all con- 
Qi|iied that on the 18th day of June, 
Ibis, I Olod with the Clork of the Su- 
Mflof Court of said county my po- 
illloh addressed to said courl, ro- 
taliyulo ia Um: next terra: Uiofoof, 
ftl'bi held oi 1^0 third "Holiday In 
AillUll. next, for the removal of tho 
ditablllllcs resting upon me undor 

5 ho Verdict In the above stated case, 
y reason of my Intermarriage with 
tl|6 Lou Quails which application 
I bo hoard at the August term of 
laid: Court which convenes on tho 
third Monday pf August, lOIS. 

CHARLIE QUAILS. 



cemetery. 
In llieir home's a vacant plnce^ 

Which never can be filled, 
'i"lie mother who, once was there. 

Her voice now is stilled. 

Kor (Jod who iloeth all things well 

tiHik lier home to live with Him. | 

Written by one win) know her a::"l . 

lovedlier. j 

nKl.I.K I'AUKKil. I 



l^ip'on the suggestion and imi>ur 
tunUy of niemhers of Llie last gran'l 
jury and oilier good cili/xiis, I am 
.'larting a movement for tin.' collei-- 
li.Mi of fiiMils lo erect a nienmrial 
mnnunii-nl al the tomb "f our de- 
liurted frienil anil bi-utlier. 11. N 
Dickerson. I 

I feel sure itial all the iieoplc ofj 
Walker- riiunty and elsi-wliere who 
kness aii.l :i|.|.ii-ei;ite I the lil-.)l s r • 
Mi-e and devotion lo duly of liiin wlio 
so long served his people and lost 
.•(igtit o fills own interests in Ins e- 
tenial gi\ing and serving, will bo ^ 
waiting 011(1 anxious lo contnbul«' to 
this fund. 

I liei-eby appoint e\ery Justice of 
llie Peace and Nolary Public in the 
county to collect fund.t. ami name L. 
H. Joiie». I'res, Walker County Har 
Association, os ex-ofllcio member of 
Iho subscription commitloi;, and J, 
L. Ilowland, n. F. Miio and W. E. 
Withers a« members of |ho purchas- 
ing commilLeo. 

Every Justice and Kotiiry and such 
others as will Uko it upon Ihcm- 
«clvc»r-are urge3 to Uko subscrip-, 
lions and collect caah whord possi- 
ble, and forward same to-mo, that we 
may buy and erect this mouumenl at 
Iho earliest date possible. ' 

1 DAVip F. POPE, I 

I Chairman It. N. Dickerson Memorial 
Fund. 1 



80 



wAT.KF^ ror'KTT MESJT NGEE, JUNE 28, 1918. 



T. J. CHAFFIN PASSES 
TO HIS LAST REWARD 



i 



DIED AT THK AC.K OF «S— WAS A 

CONTKOUIATK \>m:KA.\. A 

THOnKKill (JiniSTIA.\ 

.\M) \ STR().\(; DKMO- 

rnAT 



T.J. Chaniii. u){<-.l KH. .jiii"-ll> |..^<»- 
nd away .-^uiiiJay afl'Ttuxiii ai IIm- 
homr> f)f hin <laiJk'lil<T. .Mr«. Hi-iiry 
Ball. 

The (Irrcas'-I ha.) t>'-«n in il-rli i- 
ing hcallli tor !«-\<ial yMr.s. Iln- i.aal 
Iwo yfjrs lifitij.' r.iiifiii'-il in ln^ room. 
He sufliTcd a irri-al <J<'al <Jiiriiii' Iim 
la^l lllrici>s aixl <l'»alli raiii<> a« a ^.T'-al 
fliff from liin MifrTjiii.s. 

Mr. ijtiafllii was an lii'iK.P'-.) .ni^l 
<"sl<iTn<il ( ili/.Ti i.f [III- c'liinl.v. a 
•launch rvmnrral. a Qitifcil>Tal' 
»ol(Jirr, Ihan whom none wan UrH\'t 
or Ini-T. wan a ron«rrral''<I Cliri-- 
Lian Konllrriiaii. n rnan wtm was Imiii 
eil almont to a fault. .•^IronK in liin 
convtclion* of pikIiL. and a man lovi-il 
for Ui» piety, frankrii-s.s ami liis iin- 
blrmi»ho<l rliararlfr. 

Kiinfral Hcrsicrn witi- Ii<-I(I from 
tho Iliiilinl cliiirrli .Monday afl<T- 
noon at .'J o'clock, conducted l)y liio 
partnr. Rbv. J. H. I^onard. Interment 
followed at the local cemetery. 

Surviving the deceased arc four 
daujrhlers, Mrs. Henry Dall. of I^ • 
Fiyfitlc; Mrn. J. M. r.indnay. of 
Chrystal Bprlnffn. Kloyd county; .Mr« 
Jennie C. Ilryan. of .Mellon. Texas. 
»nd .Mrs. J. .M. Hherman, of fv-vjer 
Co, Ark, and one brother. fieoPKc 
ChalDn. of .McDonnouKh. Cia., and 
one iiliLer. Mm. Liirlnda r(>churcli. 
of McDonnougli, Oa. 



WAnDLAW— COLLINS Ilt'SSSIX THIJUMA.N WICDS 

Tlio inarriuKd of Miss Mnymc MISS SnurOIlD, .MENLO. 

Wardlow nnd Mr. J. Log-an Collins, | Miss Louiso Shuford.of Mcnlo, und 
was solcmiii7.ed at the homo of tlio.Husscll Tluirmon, of this cUy, worn 
hriile's parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Wm. quietly married Wednesday nftcr- 
A. Wiirdlaw on Monday afternoon at noon at 3 at ttio- home of. tlio brido'6 
3:30 o'clock. Thii bride's only attend- 1 mother, Mrs. J. K. Sliuford, in Mcnio. 
ant was her little sislor, Sarah, ai The ceremony was performed by the 
flower pirl. Illev. 11. V. Cjuillc, of I^Kayelto, bc- 

Tiic homo was ta.stefully drrorated if(|re an improvlmd altar of potted 
with palms, ferns and Jleld flowers. | plants and jaBmines. The house waa 
I'linch was served by Misses Sibyl decorated In pink and white sweot- 
Wardlaw and Addie Marsh Sparks, peas. ■' 

. The bride was charming in a dark j. Tin; bride was attired lu a coni 
blue suit of tricotine With accessor- I sy It of coimnliapen blue with w'h lie 
Ie« of gray. Shu woro a corsaKO of jimt nnd allocs. She woro a corBaxO 
brldc'8 ro.fes and lilies of the valley, of white swectpcns. The only atlcii- 
Tlie (lower Kirl was dressed lii^whilo 'daiils were litllo Miss Francos Na- 
and carried a shower of sweet peas. 
Tho ceremony was Impressively 



performed by Hev. I. S. l/ionard. us- 
ing llio full rinK service. During the 
ccrcTnony ,Mi?M Clarcntino Knox soft. 



pier, who was dressed in idnk silk 
and carried tho ring concealed In a 
rosebud. Mrs. N. C. Napier iiluycd 
.•Mendcls.solin's Wedding March." 
During the ceremony "At DawnliiK" 



ly rendered "Hearts and Flowers." iwu.s siiiig by N. C. Napior. 

An. iirformal reception was held Im- I Immediately after Iho ceremony 

mediately after the ceremony. A dc- l^r, and Mrs. 'Ilivinnan uinlorcd to 

llclous.ico course was served. '^ Hiimmrrvlllo, whoro Ihcy took tho 

Mr. and Mrs. Wardlaw were assist- train for Chattanooga. Among tho 

cd In receiving by Mrs. W. 0. l>avon-l7io(obli) gifts was a silver ^m•vicc not 

port, Mrs. Gulllo and Mrs. nohorli given by Davenport Urns., of this 

Wardlaw.' ' cjty. Mr. Tliurman Ims been, con 

Mrs. Collins Is lli'o eldest daugliter necLed Willi tliat citnblishmcnl for o 

of Mr. and Mrs. W. a; Wardlaw. Sho I number of years. Th6y will go' to 

Is popular hero with n •W'ldo circle of bousckceplnff at .TOT I.i'erly slreet. 

friends who extend liapp^ fellclta- ' {Thursday's Chattanooga Times.) 
ICions. Tlio bride Is a graduato of I _ , — *' 

Carson-Nowman college In Tcnncs- 
leco. Tho homo of the groonrr is In 
'Florida but Is stationed, al FL.Oglc- 

Ihorpc. After an extended bridal trip 

Mr, and Mrs. Collins will bo In La- 

FayotlO for ;i short time bcforo go- 

injf west, were .Mr. Collins expects to 

b« stationed. 

. Tho out-of-town guest* were Ma- 
jor Bauman and Miss Susio Black, of 

Ft. Oglethorpe, Miss Vera Burt and 

MPS, R. L. Wardlaw of Chattanooga^ 

Miss Ethel Simmons of 8ummc^ill^ 

Mrs, A. J. England pr.Sump,lor, B. C,-] 
jMr. and Mrs. 1\. V. Th'Tman of liar- 

rlsburof nnd W. I>. ' ,;mmcr ol Oj- 

mandljo, Tex. '. . ' ' 

I Tho couplo recclvod many liand- 

'somo-glft*, amonf Ihem a Lljjoriy 



MHS. HARRY ELLISON 

DIED IN GHAmNQOGA 



The death of Mrs^ Barry Ellison 

which occurcdin Chattanooga early 

Thursday morning Juno 2flth, came 

as a distinct shock to relatives and 

friends In Walker county. 

■ Mrs. Ellison before her marriage 

was Miss BubyCorlockand was loved 

by a wido circle of friends, both in 

Chattanooga and Walker county, 

where she lived when n child. 

6ho Is sun Ivcd by her husband, n 

mother nnd two brothers, besides a 

. , Utile son and a baby daughter scarce-] 

Jwnd from Ibo tirldc'B parnnlij. , .,J« ,y jjjjjj jjjpjijj, jjlj I 



7 



A/y^/cP 



'M/j9Jl 



i.\ ^M;^^()uv or .ioiin AinciiKi.i,. 

On .In.Miiiry 7. I'.MM. lli.' cIimIIi ;in;;rl 

Msil.'.l II..' I1..11 r I. 1;. MiI.-Ik-II aji.l 

I.;.. I, ri-..ni ll.i-in lln'ir l(i\ lll^; .smi, 
.l.il.ii Mill li. -11. wli.iin lli.'.v S.I iliMily I 
|..\.-.|. II. • wji's iiiiiy sii-li a lilt.lr nv.-r 
j; wi'i-U. sulT.Ti'il aliiHil Iimi .lays, liiit 
III- iIhIm'I ili'i'ail liiM siiir.'i'iiiK. Ik- jiimI . 
tiii.k II III III.- iiiiiiu' <ir Ins l.iii'il. 

II.- l.-avi -( a wifi-, llir.-i- l.rolli.-rs 
anil IIm- si.sli-rs ati.l an nlil Ki'ay- 
iii-a.li-il^ralliri' anil iiiiilln-r an<l u liii.sl| 
iiT i-i-lulivi'.-t anil rnniils In .iiiiiiirii 1 
'his lii.-<H. liiiL we iln mil iniiiiril n.H j 
llmsi- will) liavi- no liii|ii! in Clirl.sl. 
Inr railli in lllin is lliu ri-.siii-ri-clioii j 
bnil llii- lifi-. \Vi- ran look upwanls | 
with I!.'-, lilcssi'il liiijM- llinl wi> will 
iin-i-l ii ihal swc'irl hnyond. 

Wliilir III' v;as .sick lifi would i-.'.ll 
lii.-< wifi- anil nioUn-r nml friiMKls i.ul 
nsU llii-in if tlii-y wanlnl (o ko In. 1:11 
with him. lie lolil llii-ni thai In- w.-.s 
KdiiiK lininu anil waiitrd Ihi-iii 1 . ^'o 
with him. 

I III? j.rori-ssi-il liniic in Christ in I'.M i 
anil jiiiiK-il lh<^ iN'.iiiMii ll:i|ili.sl (;ii't;i-li 
mill livi'il a r.iilhfui. <-aL-iii-.sl Clii-i-i- 
IJan lifii iiiilil hi.s ili-atli. \Vli.-u h'- 
was liiTo hi: wniilil ahvay.s want me 
to hi'lfi him siiu. lli- said ho i-n- 
joyi-d .<in;.-iiii,' an-! piaycr-mi-i I mg. 
Ills ill ar ..'il iniil!.'- i.-'.id .slid mis.s--il 
him in tin- hninn and ul Iho lutilo 
mill fvorywhcn- for whnri'vur .she 
wont, 111) wi-:.l. \Vc all fi-cl thai wft 
.linvo prcssi'd u Krinil Iqss in our 
miiiil.s wo know llinl our loss is his 
oli-rnal nain. llii has heard tin) wol- 
romo call, "Well doiin lliou Kood and 
fajlhful servant, thou hu.sl, boon 
rallhful in yomlor world ovi-r a few 
Uiinps, oiiti-r thou into the joys of thy 
Lord." 

Uncin John was loved hy all who 
knew him, he was always roady to do 



anything he could to licli) anyone. 
Wo can never see him on this earth 
a^ain, hut I want u.s all to live so wc 
ran nu-'-l Uncle Jolir. where we will 
uevi-r say farewell. Uncle John wa-? 
lajil to ri-sl III lli^ .Naomi c.-met'^ry to 
await the resurrection morn when 
he will be carried home to heaven 
and if we ohey Chri.sl we shall soon 
mii-t liiin acaiii where wc will never 
aK-Ti'i '"' culled upon to say thai 
woril. "fan-well." 
.\ (iri-i-ious one from us has g.ine, 

.\ \.iice we lii\ei| is stilled. 
A plan- is vacant in our liome^ 
Tliat ii.-\i-r can lie (illi-.l. 

^\■^ilt.'n by his niei-e, 
CMllllK .MITCIIKl.L. 



4- j-:-i-;-H"i-H- -l-H-i-'.-w-^ '^ 

-. >jWOO.An'n\.N VAI.LKY -I- 
T. . + 



\>"'"w.-r.- .-. .ly 1.1 ii.-:o- ..f II-.- d.-jlli 
of .Mr. luiilli- .\ic\Vliorti-r last wi-.-^ 
■riu- li-i.-a\.-d family lia-< our syni 
palhy. !'• "• •^'- 



IWAUEffS FIRST :< 
TO FALL ir FRANCE 



J ULY 12, 1918. 

VK.MCS .SI I'l'OUT 

" Cii-or^-ia. Walker County. 
; 'lo whom ii'may i-onreni;. . Mr^ 
, S. .\. I'lii-K.-r, willow of .■^. .\. Tuck. -I 
l:il.- ..I sai.l .-..uiilv. i|.-i-.-;.;.-il. Iia 
;.l-|.ii--.l I., th.- iiii.l.-rsi'.-iii-.l Uty 
\\-.iV ^ support fi-oiii III.- i-slali- of !'• 
T. riii;>.i-. .Not ice is hi-n-l.y k---.. 
Ilial I .vill pass oil said applii'ali.-n ;i; 
iiiv ..llir.- HI I. a I- .-ly. -lie. sai.l i-'Uiilv. 
.'11 II'. • l:i>; .M.iii.liiv 11. .\iui;-.|. 11. -N' 
i.iv.o nii.l.r niv hand and ol'.ii-i:il 
s .^•i.aliin-. Nils .lulv I. |;i|S. 

>\ . I.. bl.V.NSKl.l.. (ir.liLiaiv. 



WILLIASI LATIMER FREEMAN 
MET DEATH IN MOTOR ACCI- 
DENT NEAR BATTLE LINES 
JinVE 24TH 



i.iiiKi. i-'oit nivoiici: 

Slal.' 'i (..-..i-«ia. Walk.-r r...iinl\. 
I.i 1;..- Ml. •rill' of sai.l couiily 
.(ir.-.'l iiik: 

.loliii I'.. Urown \s (ia,-.-lle Hi.ivui 
'l.ili.'l r.-r ilivorce. 

'11'.- ..'.-fi-ii.lanl. (;a/..-ll.- Ilcwii. 1- 
li.Ti-liy r.-.piireil peisoii.illy or hy a'- 
'|.irii.-\. 1.1 |i.- ami app.-ar al lli.-"ii.-\l 
:Siipi-ii..r i-onrl. 1.. 1..- Ii.-I.l m an. I lor 
.sai.l .-..iiiily. oil tin- :ir.| .\l,.iulay m 
jAu(,-ii>l. n.-Ni, ||i(-ii anil llii-ie lo aiis- 
A\i-r lj.- I'lanililVs ileman.l in an ac- 
lioii ..f .■.iiiiplainl. 

I — ^ — Wllnesrt-llll' — lloiiornhlo— i\liis.-r« 

.WriKlii. Ju.Ikc of the said court, this 
8tli d.iy of July. I'.IIH. 

JOll.N I-. IIOWI.AM), Clerk. 



AK.MIM.STHATOlfJj S.W.V. 

ItieorHia, Walki-r County. 

i i:.N ".irlue )■■ an orde' 1 : i-i-d fr-'in 

lUie ()riliimry"s Coiiil 1 I Walk'-r 
counly, said slate, at it - ,:.:iy li-rni, 
I'.IIH, will be sold befor- ll.e courl 
house door in Ihe town f l,ul-"ayelli-. 

iBnid county and slate, on the Mrs'. 

;"'rucsil,iy in AuKUsI, nexl, llio follow- 
ill); described properly lo-wil: (L'S) 

.acres .)ir of lol of land N'o. (107) 
one hundred and sixly-sevftji in tho 

I einhth (8lh) district and fourlh (Uh) 
secUon of said county, lying on Iho 

I wcsl side of said lol, commencing al 

j llie .souLli\\;esl c<irner of said lol and 
runniiiK ninlv (0()) ro<ls lo the lino 
of said land formerly owned by Mr«. 

' S. A. Itrice, thoncn far enouRh lo 
make twenly-llvo (2.'5) acres; Uicnco 
south to Ihe oriKJnal line, Ibeiice 
Willi Ihe oriKinal Hnn Lt Iho bcKin- 
niiiK [loinl. To he sold as the proper- 
ly of I.ucy A. Neyman for the pur- 

'pose of puyinu debts and distribu- 
lioii. 't'l-nns of sale cash. This July 
I, 11118. 

C. K. (W.ASS, Adinc 
Lucy A. Newman, Deceased. 



Mr. and Mrs. Frocman orchlcka- 
mauga received a Iclogram la*l Frir 
day from WMblngton offlclilly In- 
formin? Ihem of. the doalh of Ihelr 
Bon, WlllUm Lallner Freeman, on 
Judo 2*th. Youny Froiinlart wm kill- 
ed in 2 motor accident _la7r»no^ but 
no p)»rticular»irer«»iTon. Ho wa* a 
memb«r,of tb«'/U**,»l6T}»» oorpi 
bailallon of U)«S^«t■'divl«^on•and bad 
Mn In Franc* onlra few /Week*. Ue 
entered: fflUlUrjr.aervice Dce> i7Ui, 
and waa alatloned at Camp Oordon 
before Jeivlnr fof'a porl of embar- 
kation. ■ • , ''^ ''■ J 

Ci^p^oy»d'In tho r»raff»t>tT.T, Tmy 
tot».a6<l prevlcma U>sAh*l '«f»* I?* 
iJt^a-A-amaohinut ^y.lhe' ChrT*' 
W/gp^^lnga.BIeachcrr; company. . ,j 

! JSe in* borjl' fa For«7th: tain\j 
imd'-lraJ lirenljr-tour year* of oge.' 
>;ja«- had roany, fclendt In- Walk:er 
i4ou|Ur wbo d*«ply »7mf>«UiU«;i»rith 
l||[i^ -par toU, ^tff\^ V^ A'»^«/..'' ' -" 
jiTbU.iA.Wa^ker'a flrat to All upoW 
ti>«f llel(Hrf>#me iu Fran<^ «nd;not 
Ptttf'^fci ChIclt»madg»loache4l7 hl» 




s/^//9/C 



lifjiFTEii'piioLdiieED 

Ocorgo-Bailcy of > AVcst.. A^n)J(;^o<}; 

old/'anil hjui- bc<»n. »'inenibcr cf; Iho 
McUiodUl'fhirrch4lqc(j:c*rlir;'ichn(l-- 
ho(x).> Fiincrat .•Mppir>*'-'»^^rp|-|cort^ 
(3ucI<h1' YfomV WcMBiit^ K^l* .c^'lJrcIl 
Tii(^«ddyiartc'rTi(^6nH.br/th»AT)4ator, 



?|*tV .MaJ^^'SO.U^ 18,- Itio' death' angol 
vjltrwd lu! vlhgi^ bvor IJis homo- of, 
.;tro,'!Mcrdith janS. called frorA.riuf 
'*ild«tMili wlfaj- ^IsUjfrrM^rdUtC^U) 
I- Uial;'3Jro."lhal^ncvpr.;.otui<C '.Hpp'.sligr 
^'thlaUfQWiia Mybairij,., "■-,':"• ' 
>'»J.iShe(;profM8<xl 'faith. Ifi Cbrlit ' t- 
illwiV ^ywir«"«go trid" Jolned^'tho 
'.^UsW fchtlrch; of whlohvBho UvoU i 
f .1r«llhrul ;i1iwnb9p;.ti'nlU- Bhe. jris callr 
iJtd.frpm'onjr fellowship' Ucfo boiow.; > 
']pb6 hi>tirv|N-cd frs." fouralslori .and 
Ortie lirolhCT.' Mrs.', J. A. lloarn,'Mr«. 
iX^ffl|:ll«irn,' Mlw 8a>fch P'arrlahVMrt: 

^>ii"win^. frlcndalV'-^'^'-i' ''^ ■ ''"'■ - - 



^a'MkTM'lO's allior ftomij lalll«n 
Woti ?la*Hr8; W61110 pliypr paMod 

,^lIS®lmTch^ andV» frndiVort*^ 



On« djiyi It wai. tnn<mneea,'tl»»t 
fWcphan 4ioil'TJtt .•wer*-',t>«troniP<l. 
Bonlft wM ptT»<mt at t4» . b€trt>th9l 
imrooQlr«.\- Bhe.»eeme<I.Dbt In M>* 
. leAft to tnlnil h«Tln«,lo<rt"BteiihBn"to 
iU«a »t)^ wlnheO ttitrft bothtrf^t hftJK 
;ploc«u • III doing W t>i« W»»*<> U«. 
Paul Who 'WB« ^hment bid,' mo Ui*t 
•',Wtioa'tJil«Wut9Wi« gtteii, he JnJK»<l 
^ft^pm tB« trty Um r«celr<?<l Uy»*t •I'* 
COTliiaered Ifa. Jodta-ktM., At anT 






it^Vtt«v^-;.hf ^ r«i«^it'- T*' 



rin'^tba\tmftK)rUXj''^*o^W; -'*1^^^^^. !" r«iwcd' aOd "nothtnr wai :lH?«rd'of;thJ» 
^l*tiJ?wiUOwot Uf* Jl■^het»,ht^^ >nU«ln# Biiuvv' AtHa»t,lt,Wa«'.rtP9rted 
i^«*(«Sb6f;wid-t^Ma fc"^*'.* *yp^ **" ona who kbijwhlnj Jhat hi i«d •««» 



?^;ft«^/.'J,vTr Kln^dft V^ndticlo>\% 
^pw\lUiiiJ 'ind .coraf(;)rUtiK Mn-loe.lii 
fltt*;ft)inortI. fc»yli^>:idal t 
f «tfid tfqparlc^ lu.VrtioiBphMlnghcttvCn 
^initM ;6a^; Worthy to i>ft»«;wllhlptil» 

(TTbcr^ M.Jk; loV{n«iYolco;hWho*di 







..nurnco, meiiUun not only .'-agnln|it 

Bonla'«-.lnflu«jcc,'T)dt"<((t«Iti»tV([lTlnj; 

MmBolf Xip US fl«i*oclatlonv»ith;on«_ot 

tl>a ■cercf, drclw ;of i-srerolnCloDllitii 

wtilcl> trcrato' be found all ;<nror P«»- 

., ula,"; IJ»a : bojfjcwl Btfphnnrto consWef 

.^tb» horror»«)f ^j3lbcrf(i,|Bnil iW dangrr. 

ho .iNrotild; ^Ba by 'Jilcntirylfii fclmaei; 

-Vrlth any inoT« dlXlOrM 4» tbft fOtorn^ 

,-nj«nf^11««ldwr,".aalti'IJ««^"I'fiiL.i.Qld 

-, thai Jl<f • ooa can", tt^ s^honf "to, tnwt ; 

"(me"! tooJl- |lIUln^rt•^frt(<od may,l>« h!i 

botrnycr. , / ^ .,- . .■• . \.-,' - •■•,: ■ " 



?J'n»« "Wlnttt r»la««:^'{raol.\nil;iyrtC» 
IrtTjai'^ th« • IJHlac*' 1rh«n «J>« pawK<l 

away ti bW ap^rtiD^t*. ' 1 ;«r«t 'to 
.'X^aBliboina^thihltDi^nd^Tirca ^Uwl 
;^-.wIn»' ap<t> a'tiltafc . h*'' totd'fca'-.tb* r 
*%torTVf "Wf mu<tWra«;ht lb«t ir»>y«ra 

:.'5iTb« neqrt day .'rAnl called at my go-. 
;^]C>a .Mlthv<[;JooX:t«/'i<Jirw»^.^ -W*. 
f nc*;', tol<( ma that irKwi 'Sbnla'a' cliaut- 
f euf opened t^a', doo^ of bw- Jlmcnwloa 
.txt touad b«t. *»<» ijlUia dajitt U» 

r4a%r»«V vho ' bad .jtnotr^ : tba .MCtiia 




l4'J^^drii^':'Wb<lTe'«/»oloUoq, tor tba. 




yu 



-WAUEKB OOimTYTBaiSBtKaER, AUaiTST 9, 1918. 



-rt 



bOKA 



IN .MliMOUY 

or- Miss Sallii! I!ailoyy\vho dcparl- 
i;(J this life July 23. 

Sim was born May IsU 1880. anil 
Joined" Ihc Mclhoilisl church al the 
ago of llflecn. Miss Bailey was an 
iavalid for seven years arrd boro hor 
juffcrlngs .'with Christian pallcnce, 
rtovor poroplaining, and always trust- 
ed In her Saviour. When Iho end 
camo she told us thai alio waa njody 

'to go. ^ u ^ 

,. She leaves a father and itlothflf, 
fouV sblcrs and opc.hraJJier, '•ijcti* 
ivMfvof rolaUvcs .-nndTfHcnd«> to 

ipourn her departure. Our loss .gr^j, ,u^j m ^,.vy.,.-. .y r . — - 

her gain, and although it Is ^ard'tq L ^^jV^^j .ii^a^^Uipn ii*oo«<J^|l»V (iooiKia. Walker ( 
give up our loved ones the. E>ora ii-_, ,^- l.^;,'^u A.k*i^ 4<ri«r«l>*«ini'Uro'. 
knowclh best. Farewell dear Balllc. 
till the resurrection morn. Oh may 



» ton Juijt" 121^. w^'^h^ro paaojl:ly-' 
to" the hablUllorf df lh6 Father, an- 
other Boul. that o(-Mr8. 0. W. Cook. 

For some slxty-f^ur^y^art Iho soul 
of-Uvls splendid wojrtan h»d been 
dwelling In IM« earthly l)Ou«« of clay. 
Bh* c^nfo8«<ifl hcf tkllh h Christ du- 
rlii» «»• glrth^ diyi, and a few 
year*;^^ J61nM lh»B»p^lal church 
W BolMol W4 "v«4 » oon»e<!r»lM 
ChrUlIwi untii-UrFaUier called her 

i' ■dl^nr^^,^)f>^o,«l',fcltfy^y>:t>«•: »>« 

:tq ^.. .k^^^wk:^ ^Ui . inn •viT'ftflnd^d Jim . . 



VK.MIS SI I'rouT I 

\.r-<:-i;t. \V;il. i' ^■Mm;.\. 

■1.. v^hiim il . >y rnii.'iTM; Mr.s. 
K .1. r.iilM-r, wi.ii ■ <il K. .1. lliihei-. 
Inl.- .if sai.1 fuiiii. (li.T'.asi'd. has 
•in;.li.-| 111 llii- iii;m. •■•'ii;n.'il f"ir a 
yr-u's Mippiirl f'T hi'i-si-lf an>l iriiiinr 
i-lnlilic 1 fniin Ihi^ cslati! of saiil 'ile- 
iiasi-il. .Ni'lii'i' I sluTCliy y\\ri\ that I 
will |i;i5:< nil .s:u.l api'licaliciii iit niy 
iinii-i- ill l.arayi-llc, .said cimiily, im 
(lip llrsl Mon.lay in Scpleiiil.rr. n.-.xt. 
r.ivi-ii under my haml mid ofllcial 
-iKnatuii'. this .\uilAi:<t rilh. liMH. 

\V. 1.. STANSKI.I,. Ordinary. 



LKAVi: TO SICLL 
>fn\i ,mini,vuv o*/.. ^.v"^"''' 'HJi I'PorKia. Walker Cmuity. 
,i*i)feiW^'<^W»ef«ria'yMA"'^ (Wui-in' W". l'-\U», Kuardian of th' 
l4»jH»fl\i«fc«-*n4"lW>tfW^ (.3tato of Beulah. Ilernice, 0.scar and 

WO meet again, around Iho ; irroal |2fJg<^JJ^J4^^_f^-_:iV..\U i 

Lei iho twrowlnr ctifldrtn look 



J Lelibf) t«TOWlnr«n>iar«n looK •- ^pjji p,tai^ belonging to said esl 
Lol *»jUto«V^A^4<»M.A<»-*«MWT«l^^ i, iipreby given that 1 

■Wi**^'W^'*^¥*^'T2^2fll^'V«''^ "" '"''^ application al my o 
__ IkoW WV l'ili'»*i''*^*^"*'^" V^ I.aFnyeLlc, .said county, on 



While Throne 
Asleep In Josus, blessed sleep, 
I'rom which you never woke 

weep. _^ 

Wolbank our kind and 'ov'"e|irjdrj;f4^jghTii\irwahT»«r^^^ 
friends for Iholr kindness '" Py'^LooT Jif, of fove and-lroiflniW:: 
1 hours of distress. May God's ';'<=''-J^^^i:^ inj.ftleiMli/.AhV-*- 
0*1 blassing rest upon -each of lt>om.|»wj^^» v, t^ tOVte tor'trtiTr jJK^J 

Mr. and Mrs. George Dailey andlTT/^.r;." is..«VnAi+.tr ( 

families. 

Written by her Aunt. 




^•2.; HintniNSON-OAnMANV . bje %>^^^ 
f .■,Tl}«Jm»n3» friends In the county^of j'U'JWT/nrffiLS^in^^ 

r oiti^^; rr.dlhefol oV(lr?;fprtTiat <n4«*"9T 



I e«tcd K) ,rc»dU>e roi owm?;iQrinat an-f — r. ^ „ ijiJlcnft c 

fefcoyD«om?ni:>ljlch'ab^ti'b<flft 8"«-ft04lil^^^ ,, , 

■ AUanU, innouhce lh« «wi*«emonl "rfM.lUKffiP 

'l^'^^-^-neS'^^'i'ia'Sui; Th";; 4 thi chls^^ -^r 



MfVfA H. Hutchinson, of Urgt, •"J^i«^^'^r^lU^?S 

Jli«|r daughlcr.VU.Hha.laun,,lo ^::^^iT^t^^£S:^^^^ ^^^ 

itrh* eatncsUx, 

vmj -w^™ may ,'MT^PWr^^'wt' 
df tha inllre fartOy.la: lh« be*uWUl 
hon»« of the »oul. , %'i - -h*' : 

io' 



(he undersigned for leave to sell the 
real estate belonging to said estate 

will 

ifllce 
Iha 
first Monday in September, next, 
liivco under my hand and ofllcial 
signalu're, thi» Aug; Tn 1918. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



YEAR'S surponx 

Goorgia, Walker County. •• - '■ ' 
To whom it may concern. Mrs. 
M. F. J-ielding. widow of A. J. Field- 
ing, late of said county deceased, has 
applied to the undersigned for a 
year'a support for'her.sclf from the 
estate or said deceased. Noljco is 
hereby given that I, will pass oa said 
application at ray omcc in LaFayette, 
Bald county, on <tie first Monday la 
September, next. Given under my 
bald and onicial signature this 5lh 
day of Aug. 19U8/ ;ii| ;i . ! i r.i' ( 
\V. L. 8TANSELL, Ordinary. 



H« •!• 4« 
■Mi.v Viniiig Jonea of iNohlc, djod 
.Monday nioriiiuK.at the ago of HC, and 
WQS bunod at the Jone» biiryiiig 
ground, Monday aflernoon. She is 
survived by "Unele" I'oler .lones, an 
only brother. 

■.^^iCv'stjvch-^nii-a.. jialif - pijund bofy; 
.^Who arrived, 'Tuesday foranjo'doflnlto' 
lBlay>4,th.Mr. pnd Mfg. /"aul DlaVr 
ijl^fik, li'aa b?.cn namod;Paul..\Vo8lcy, | . 



h^i!!l'b^ 




YT^AB'S SUPPOnT 

Georgia, Walker County. 
■ To whom It may concern; Mrs. S. 
D. Ilolllngsworlh, widow of K. A. 
llolHrigsworlh, late of ."iaid county, 
deceased, has applied to the under- 
sl^ticd for year's support from th'" 
fslalo of said deceased. Notice ii> 
hereby given that I will pass on said 
application at my oPlcn in LaFayelle. 
(ui^d co'm'y. on the flr.sl Monday w 
eofplember' .rfext. Given under my 
hrind and omdal signature, this Aug. 

!&,.1P18. 
x. W. I.. STANSELL, Ordmary. 



^> 



^//(oliiia 



tE,\Vn TO ^ELL 

Gonrpi>, Walker Goiiiilj\ 

K. P. AUgood. adtniniatralor of Uin 
cjtalc uf Jane T. Allgood. laLi" 0f said 
cviinly. ilcccasod. lia« applied lo llio 
luidcrsigiipff for leave lo si'll llio roal 
TlsUlo bplonftinglo said'rslale. Notico 
laSfrbby givon Ihal 1 will pss^ ppOa 
said apjiliealion at. my ofllco Itv La- 
Kaycltf, iiaid county, on LliO flrat. . 
Monday in 5<:pl'''U))'er. ncxL . (jjvcn 
Under my hand and oHlclal signature 
tills Auk. 5, 1018. ' ■ 

W. L: STANSklu Orrilnairy.i 



YEAn*8 SUrPORT 

Ooorgla. Walker County. 

To whom il may concern. Mrs. 
M. F. fielding, widow of A. J. Fl«1(V- 
• Insr, lato of said county deceased, has 
applied to the undersigned for d 
Jeer's support for licrsolf from the 



YKAH'S SLTPORT 

•orgin. Walker County. 

To •\'hom it may concern: Mrs. 
Kato Dagwoll, widow of 11. B. Dag- 
ivell, late of said county, dcceaaed, 
lia.s applied to thu undersigned for a 



AD.HIMSTHATOnS SALE 

Qeorgiu, Walker County. 



MLato.of said docoosetl. Notice Isyear's nijiporL for herself from the j 
hcrchy given that I will pass on said estate of said deceased. Notice is 
application al my ofTlco In LaFayotlo, hereby given thn), 1 will pass on .said 
rold county, on Uio first Monday In aiiplicutiou at my olllce \\\ I.aKayette, 
Soptombcr, next. Given under .my.tnid county, on the llrst Monday in 
httid and ofllclal signature this Clh September, ncxl. (Jiven under my 
day of Aug. 1918. liaiul an<l olllcial signature, this Aug. 

W. L. STAN8EI!l, Ordinary. ^. 10l«- 

W. I,. STANSELL, Ordinar)-. 



it^ar's supponT 



To Tivhom 11 may concern: Mrs 
D. Ilollingsworth, widow of E. 



^Vill bo sold within thfe legal houra Ooorgla. Walker County 
of sale bcforc-the court houso Ajwr.;" "^ ' " 
o^^nid 9ounty on the first Tucsda^' 
hi •Scpiember, next, pursuant to »n. 
order of the Courl of Ordinary of 
Mid QolJinly, to Ih.e, hiphcsl bidder, 
llifl following real- Ojlntc, lyiny. and" 
being .'n the lllh distrjcl of the. *lli 
s^clio" of said county, being *n un- 
divided! half interest in one hundro<l 
ncces nr.oro or less of land lot No. 274 
(loynded as follows: Comnioncin^ at 
lb* ftovithwc3l Qorncr of said lot.al^d. 
ea.st lo cast bank of Cbickamauga 
creek, thence down cast bank of said 
trdek to original north lind, thcnco 
west to north, wpst corner of said 
lint; Ihcnce south to beginning. Also 
ilTtlr«ore8 DtJcftsl side of lot 200, and 
forty acres off of lot 205.- Sahi& beii\(5 
east side. Sold as tlic properly of J 



YKAI\-S SUPPOUT 

GeorKia. Walker County. 

°' To whom it may concern: Mrs. 

•^' K. J. lluber, widow of E. J. Hubcr, 
ilollingsworth, lato of said counly, \^^^ ^f g^j,, cp^miy. deceased, has 
loceasod, has applied lo the under- a,,,,,,nj ^^ i,,^ undersigned for a 
ilgned for year's support from^lho yp^r-s supporl for herself an.l minor 
!Blate 9f .said deceased. Notice ISci.iUre.i from the e.iUto of said de- 
icreKy given that I will pass on saldiccasod. .Notice i shcrehy given that I 
ippllcallon al my omco In LaFayotlo, ^.|„ ^^^^ „„ g^id application at my 
lald cpunly, on Iho flrst Monday In ^^^^ ,„ i.aFayotte, said county, on 
September ,ncxl. Given under my ^^^ ^rsl Monday in September, next, 
land kmloClclal signature, this Aug.. fjl,,en ^nder my hand and olllcial 

'•■*°' «, r c«,.«or.,r r. ., jsignatuie. this August 6lh, 1918. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary,^ ^y. L. STANSELL. Ordinary. 



f' H - H - 4-H-W* -H-I-l-H* -H^ 
^' CORLVni ^. 

•H- > MM - I " f " t ' I - I - I ' M - M - M ^ 



LEAVE TO SELL 

Georgia. Walker County. 
George W. Ellis, guardian of the 

estate of Doulah, Bornloe, Oscar and 

Ib's 'Edna'Masseyriho i2'y'oaV'oId^'«°" ^'"'«' n^'no". ''a* applied lo 



- .--. ^.- . --_,.,,,_ daughter of Mr.' M. Massey, dlol'^« ""'^^rslgned for lotvo lo sell Ihe 

M. Milllcan, deceased. Crops for 1018 j^,^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^.^^^^ Inl^menli ■••'•' "^^"^ belonging lo said estate. 

rcserNcd. Terms one-half cash an<^^ l„^^ p,^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ ^ ccm>o"c« is hereby gfvmi thai I will 

balance duo one year after, dale ^ ~ 



drawing's per pool inlcLcsl from 
dale. Privilege to purcha!>6? :lo' pay; 
all cash. ',■■:■■. 

W. J. WALLIN .Adnn-, 
Of J. M. Millican. Deceased. 



olcry Tuesday. 

YEAIfS SUTPORT 

aoorgla. Walker C<*unly. 

To whom it may concern. Mrs. 
n.F. 



pass on said appllcalk^n al my oflloo 
Q LaKayclte, said counly, on the 
flrst Mbndiy In Soplcmbor, noil. 
Given under rrty hanti and Offlolal 
signature, Ihls Atig. C, l6lB. 

W. L. 8TAN9ELL, Ordinary. 



F. Plelding, widow of A. J. Flel^r' 

rf_!_u.t..w-!-W.^-l-W-l-!-4-W-+ 1 "M*'.° ?' "''^ '^"""'J' deceased, has ' 

.M-l~h-H-i-H"l-i-l-H-I"fcH-+ j applied lo the undersigned for d TCAR'S SUPPOnT 

X DLTK GREEK .,/ jo^r » aupport for herself from Ihe Ooorgla, Walker Counly. 

J. • I caialo. of said deceased. Nolico Is To whom H may concern: Mrs. S 

I.l»^J_I-^.I>I-W~^^'-W-i-^•^-^lo^?. u'''''°/^''^^'''"'P"»""»«l'l "• "ollingsworlh, widow of E. A. 
^I-r .-^I~I-W h-i-. W-i-i: -i-J- 1 appllcallon al my oflloo In LaFayollc, Holllngtworth, lalo of said counly, 

Annt Eliza Marlin. who is 93 years ?*'" ^O""'?. on Lho flrst Monday In deceased, has applied lo the under- 
old, is Fpending several days "here ^oPjof^ber, next. Given under ,my Signed for year's support from lho 
Willi relatives and friends. She is , '" ^""^ ofllclal signature this Clhlcstalo pf .sold deceased. Nolico Is 



still able lo walk and Ukc' care of '^^^ °^ ^"»- ''^'S. 

herself. W. L. STANSEA., Ordinary. 



horel»y given that I will pass on said 
appllcallon at my ofTlco In LaFayotle, 
'said cpunty, on the. flrst Monday In 
September ,ncxl. Given under my 
hand 4{^l ofllclal signalurcrihls Aug. 
5, 1918: . ^ 
' 'VSr.L. STANSELL, Ordinar}-,__ 



^MTT HZSal ITCHES, AU0U8T 16, 1918 



ADMINteTUATOirs B/^LE 

QobrjlA^ AYalkoc County 

. Will be gold wllhln Iho legal bour* 
of sale before Ihe covirV hou«^ dAo- 
of saJfl pounl7 on IhtJ Jtral TUe»«J«\ 
In SopUnribor, noxl, pufautnt (p f h 
tiTtIer"6r;iho Court at 'OrilatFr .(\' 
iald county^ "to IhQ • highest bidder 
Iho fallowing real oefate, Irtnjr M'f 
belng.'n-ihn lllh dlalrlolof-lhft 4tli 
ipclioh nf Raid ootinly, boin j'in ni/ 
dirldod half inlcrosl In one btrtdrij' 
n(Tc« more orlcrtof land lot tio.T.r 
bounded M- followi: CommcndlnitV' 
the Bouthweat comq'r of aajd. Idt.lal • 
eosl to past banlc of Chlolcanuiup'U 
croolt/lboncro'dowti oBStb^hkbrifl;''' •, 
crcok \o original jiotth line, theriP'-^i 
west lo north wo8t,cornorjOf pnyj^ 
lot; thonco south to boglnnfng. M^'<i.''i^ 
sixtjr'aCroi on 'oa«t>«ld(j.of lot^Zflfl, •rt*^'*,' 
forty acres off of lot2(J5, Bdme b«lMf 
cast sido'. Sold as. Ihd bfopwly of *'} 
M. Mllllcan, doooascd. Crops for 19';'/ 
reserved. Terms ono-half I CMh'»f\' ■'' 
bolanca duo one y^nr after vdnf;"/'' 
drawing 8 per cent .>frt^r?»l' fro';;/ 
dole, privilege to, purphftsor U^. pj|y i 
all cash. • ■^;'\o'-- '.■.,■•; ;■^;^v<^i^^v' 

Df-J.-M.^Mllll.ian^-Deoewiti;:;^' 



WfiS. B. C, JORES DIED '' , 
IN HOSPITAL WEDNESDAY 



Mrs. R. C. Jon(!s, wife of a promin- 
<.'iil tnerclianl of Hock Spring, died 
Wednesday afternoon at live o'clock, 
in a sanitarium in Chattanooga, from 
the oITccLs of an operation. 

Mrs. Jones is survived by her hus- 
band, one daughter, Mrs. Itoy Pope, 
of Atlanta, and one sister, Mrs. Na- 
tlian Jones of ftock Spring. 

Her body wan removed U) Wann & 
Son's funeral parlors. Arrangement* 
for till! funeral servicer liave not 
been a.nnounced. 



GimEATft *>^ 
'■PASSES TO REWABP 

AFTER Ur<(;U|[^NG ILLNESS OP 
' SEVkRAL UONTnS-SERVICES 
AT MACEDOMA aiURCll 






jiHEB liiwiiil 

emi • inotitb#;^ lli*.- J4';«.-..T<l<^^ZtoV 
j^OTdaf. «{t«'AM^. iLi]tr» o'dwif-br' 

her, horn* • Ift X«it UFilTeYle; './. ii^^? 
,.,gtinrltlni hiitiri'\'h\Miiia6.'fiH 
toM^r. k.\,T*U: of t«FiiM^iirt'-i 

After a lingering Ulnesi of sovBral UiF»/elt# JoM Mr». M«Ui« JKJk-'dr: 
monlh»,-S*mueU3Ure»tivdled-aUil» HMhvllle, TMiiu''«ir, one'brotikff^' 
home rear Uarrlsburg last Thursday T.J, l4twr«bc«, . \ "'■ '' ' '' V ^i' 
aflomooQ AugusC-16th, at 4.o'cloojt. t Mrt: 'Tate, ca^iy to Ilffr jblned'»(^ 
at the age of B2. . . • •. • BapUsl-ehurcb- Md^iTM f lM*M^t 

..TBe deceased l« jurrlved by hU lent mnDbef:fo^ fOfty jr^r».';;;'jtjr^ 
wJfe, three iona, Roy, of Harrisburg; wiw' loved by Iboir'wtMi- iiiw'j'ti'ilv 
tee, of Weil "Virginia; and Fr(*der- "' • •- ■ •■ - •- •vr.. ^-t 
Iclc, wbo Is in the front line trenchea 
in Fnu]oe,'ftDd two,bc0Lbera,.M. D. 
of LaFaxette and Henry Oilrealh, of 
Tf Ion. ' • 

Mt\ Ollrealh was a highly esl«em- 
«yf citijicn of the county, and wat'ihe loofl'cemetcry^ i ^^if'^'->»y;'-^i*^^ 
known M * man of splendid Christian , ' ' .'. . m h. ■ " "i!'i.iri.^'i<wl»,ta; 

dbaraoter. Early iq Itfobe, joined 
the- IMIiOdist church, and Uved • 
eonslatent ChrUllan throughput bla 
&»fi, 

' Tuneral services wore held from 
Macedonia Methodist church Friday 



t«e Dapllat ' church'; ,TaHRy,;^tLfi^' 
tioon at 3 o'clock,' 07b<^e(«4 Hc|N^ 
L fiC Leonard, lQt«hDeiitrolJ^rirti*,W,5 



AOMiMsrnATQR's.aALje.: - i 

Georgia. Walker County, s- . ,, 
Will bo sold within the legal hours 
of sain before the court house door 
of (told cpuaty on- the first Tuesday 
In-tJcpKrmbor, next, iJursuant to «■' 
afternoon at 3 o'clock, conducted by 6rdor of the CK^urt of^iOrdlnary of 
Bora. Walla jnd Paraon*. Int^nneBt sAld county, to lb«' highest Wddira, 
followed in the MacedonlA<ccmetery. iho following- r^al oalate, lylng^nnl 
■ Frlenda of the grfef-strlcken-f^ml-, l^-ing 'n 'llm .llln -dUlrlct of Uje** 
ly extend their heartfelt sympathy Ini (.ectlon of said county, being wi un- 
thla hour of bereavement. divided half -IntorestMn one hundrM 

r. ,r .'.. ■■-■■'• ' acres more or less of land lot No. t74 

h5),un4odHm fc>UpMt^X;onpiifnclMk4l 



1.EAVE XO SELL 

Oeorgla, Walker County, 



„ _ ... . , , east tor cwif.banVf'o'f tbiekiuwuM 

«U1* of Jane T. Allgoo* late of wU Qrcck.(«'-<^gltSSliSlh£S*' 
xarnty.deceasec^ has applied, tQ,U,» wea^lo florUl west oorwiJvof'lSA- 

«taU belonging to said estate. ^DUo5 .alkly.Vocii'On.elwtalde of \^ ZOU^-^t' 
,^" ,,^f" ^^"^ ' *"" P*" "P<* ^of^y '"es iff of lot 265: Same beinc • 
»aid appllcalloa at my office In L»v oast side. Sold U'the projSorly of J. . 
t-ayqlte. said county, on th« flrtt M.MIIllcftfl; doc««*d. Grope fof mi' 
Monday in Soptonibcr, next. Olvea . reserved. Terma' One-half cash anl 
un^erDprhand«ndoflloiaI.«l«n»l^« balanco due one year after datj • 

drawing 8 per cent Interest frofli: 



this Aug, ^,1918, 

• T W. T.^ 8TANSEJLX».0jHrtiyi^, 



date Privllogp .to- purchaser to D«r 

W. J. WXLUIV .Admi-^ ^f .H 
Of J. M» MUlloan, Doootiett.,'' 



^/z2//9/f 



\ YKArtS SlilTORT 

GonrKia. Walker County. 
L. To whom it may concern. Mrs. 

U. V. HoIdinR, widow of A. J. Finld- 
|lDg, lalo nf aald county doc«aacd. has 
jsppltod to Iho undorsiKned for n 
lyoar'a support for herself from Iho 
calalo of aald docrasod. Notlco la 
I hereby plvon that I will pass on aald 
application at my ofllo* in IjiFayoltc, 
said county, on the first Monday in 
Soptomber, nnit. Given under my 
hald and ofncial sipnaluro Ihia 5th 
day of .\\\K. lOJS. 

W. L. 8T\KBKLL, OrdtaatT. ) 



OoorglQ, Wafkof Cbonly. 

To whom 11 may oonocrn: Mrs. 8. 
D. HolHiiKS^-prlh, wfdoTv of E. A. 
Holllnraworth, lalo of saia^'ooynty, 
deceased. \\m applied to the undor- 
siKned for year's support from the 
estate of said deceased. Notice is 
horoby jrivon that I will paaa on (aid 
application at my ofrico In LaFay.etlo, 
aald'counly, on the first -Monday . In 
Seplember .next. Given under my 
hand and official Bignalurc, Ihia Aug. 
6, 1018: ■■ . 

W.. I . iiTANSELL, Onllnary 



BODY OF mi JONES 
LAID TO REST FRIDAY 



tEAR'S BUPPOnf" •• 

Georgia, Walker Co\ixS,\.y. 

To -^vhom It. may pbncern: Wrs, 
Knlo Diffwcll, widow of rt. D. Dag- 
woll, l^tfl of aaltf coiirity Uobcaaod, 
^^aa apRllod to (ho' undersigned foi* a 
year'a support for herself from the 
estalo of enld.deeeasod. Notice' Is 
hereby (Hvcn tfiat'I x^ll pass on said 
application o.t my office In LaFoj^elto, 
^ald county, on thft first Monday 'In 
September, next. Given under my 
hand and official Bignature.lhls Auk. 
6, 1018. '',-•.. ♦ 

W.L. 8TAlVflELL,0rdInarr 



AFTEaNOON IN PRESeNCE OF 

1-ARCE COiNOMJRSE OF »0R- 

BOVVINO RELATI\'E8 AND 

FRIENDS, 



TEAR'S SUPPORT 

joorgia. Walker County. 
^Td ft-httfn lt:mfty. coneom: Mr*. 
E. J. Huber, widow of E. J. Hub'er, 
jato of said county, dcocaaod, has 
applied to the undcrsignwl for 
year's tupport-for herself and minor 
children fropi IbVestafbof Mid de- 
ceased, yollco 1 Bheroby^lven that 1 
will paaa on aald application 'at my 
office In r>aFayotlfl, aald coUnly, on 
the first Monday In Boplombcr, noxt. 
Given under my band and olDclal 
signature, this Afjgust 6th. 1018. 
W. L. 8TAN8ELL, Ordinary. 



The death of Mrs. R, C. Jones, ef 
Rock gprJngs, at a ChalUnoog* Jjos- 
plUI lull Wednesday afternoon, 
where she underwent ad operation, 
came u • distinct shock to her host 
of friends in her community as well 
as throughout the county. She was 
111 only abotit one day. ; 

The deceased w»j a woman of deep ' 
picly, • devout member of tiie Meth-' 
odist church and was loved hf ^U- 
who knew her for her many aweet 
CllrUtlan graces. She gav^ of ^ler 
energy nnd lime unstinllngly for th« 
progress of all good things in her 
community and was an Influential 
worker In her church. Sln&e the 
entrance of America In the war, Mrs.l 
Jones did all she could In every way 
she couhl for Ita proaooutlon, and 
her war.work/was of the highest 
(iliaraotBr. Her departure will be 
Uoenly felt. 

I Funeral services were held Friday 
I morning from the Roek Spring 
j Methodist church, of which she was 
|a member at 11 o'clock, conducted* 
by her pfaktor. Rev. J. A. Partridge, In 
the presence of a large concourse of; 
sorrowing friends. Interment Imme-. 
diatcly followed. I 

Tlie.*nany beautiful floral offerings 
atlesLcd to the popularity and esloom 
of this godly woman. 



SEPTEMBER 6, 1918. 



(iiiai;— M<\\'ii.ii\>i^ 

Mr. iiii.l Mrs. it. Iraiik liuilli' aii- 
nmiiur Hm' iiiarniiu-r nf IIm'ii- ilauKli- 
t.'r. Kli/.ib.lh \iii;'i-'lii. 1.. .Mr. Ui-m.> 
KuK'ii'' McU illi.iiMv ..11 W .•.lii.'-.l:i>. 

Sf|.l.'iiilMi III.' f.iinlh Mill. -I Iinii-j 

dri-.l uh.l .'iL'l.l.'.'ii. ' 

'I'llis iii;ii I ;.it-.' vv.i> >..l.'iiiiii/.'.l Ml 
III.' .n. Hi:..- .il . ilIiI-IIiiiI\ ... I...'i<. 

UWIIIK I" II. ■• . TllliMl lilll.-.-^- l>r il II.M|-| 

an. I .l.'.ii i.'l.'liv.' ..| III.- I'll.!.', oiil.v 

a l.'w ■•! III. .li.il.' r.'laliM's an. I 

iii'ar li" 11. 1- Ui I •■ I'l.-'iil. 111.' Mi:ii-- 
I'laK'' ^>'l- . h.ll llllllf III lU .'.Illl|>lll'.l> 
i.I'MUiiit. j.l.nil* ami I.tik ;;lii.lil.'ii.'.l 
III.' 1.-. .'I'li.'U IM'.II \vl..'i-.' III.' i;m.-^I«' 
w.T.' >\.'l. ..i::.'.l l.v Ml. aii.l Mr- ' 
(iliill.-. Ill III.' pail.. I' vvliiTi' III.- I'.r.--' 
m..ii\ v i» I'.ir.-riii.'.l silx.T iirii~ a'l.l 
\iis.-- I. .'I. I pink i-...-i.-s ami il.iiiil\ . 
fallal'.;- 1. 1 Willi.- >laii-\ r|.'liiali> | 
linl.li'ii I'aiiiias an. I fall il.i»i-r<. 

lin;.-lil.' I III.- Iiliraiy ami 11..- .liu- ' 

int.- r.i..i.i I',. '1.11-1- III.- .-.•r.-iii..iiv .Mrs. I 
r.ly.l.' Wilkiiis, ..r (;iiallaii....».-a. a. 
(■oiisin ..| III.' hn.li'. saiii: i-Miuisil.'ly. i 
acr..iii|..iiii.-.l l.v .Miss I.miiis.- liiiill.-. 
■ l...\.- .-r Mm.-' an. I '\\ Uawmnu-." 
l.iili.li.i Ml - W .'.l.liiij; .Mar.li was 
play, '.I \.\ Miss C.lar.-iil iim- Kii.>\. \s 
111.- lui.li' .ill. I ►;r....iii .-iil.-r.-.l 111.- par- 
l.ir Ih.'v w.-r.- 111. -I l.v Mr. <;iiill.-. wli.. 
Iii-aiilifiillx an. I l.-iuli-rlv as .nilv a 
falli.r ...111. I. I,> 111.- iiiiisM- ..f -H.-arls 
ami I- li>\x.-is." iiiiil.-il llii-si> ymiiiu- 
liN.'S in iiiarria*:'-. I'ln- Ini.l.- was li.-- 
ciiiiiim;ly .Ir.'ss.-.l m si.ri lilm- sill, 
r<iiiil.im-.l w Mil (;.-..rK.II.- ri.-pi- an-li 
rarri.'.l an arm |..iiiiiiii'l .iT |iri.l.''s| 
i.isi-s. II. r t.imh: auav sail was ..fl 
iimlm);lil lilm- rlnlli Willi .s.MI wlnl.-! 
nilll.-> rallnic rr..m i-nllar aii.l .'iilVs ! 
Il.-r h.ll mT \i'i\i-t Willi i.m- ..f lli-| 
lli'W .Ir.ip.'.l vf'ils. i;r.'y sli.n's an. I. 
^liiM's I.. iiiaU'li mail.' li.-r a iliaimi 
iiiK l.ri.lr. 

I'".ill.iw lll^: 111.- iHaiiy t;.i.i.l wisln-s' 
anil i'.in;.'ranilalniiis, .Mrs. i.iiill.' willi. 
Ii.'i' Usual K'-ii'-roiis lii.spilalily s.-r\ - 1 
i-il li.-r ^11. -sis Willi il.lui.iiis sli.'ilior 
an.l an. .'I .aU.-. | 

'III.- u.'.l.lini; iM-.-s.-nls W.T.- ..f sil- i 
v.-r. rill pl.iss. li.iii.M'li.il.l liii.'ii, ani| 
other iis.-llil arlii'li-s .l.'ar In Ih", 
lii-arls ..I li..iis.-l».-.-|..'rs. ' 

TIm- I'li.l.- an.l K'i"<iin l.-fl l.y aiil<i-| 
in.ilnl.' I..r Cliallani.im-a l.i i-iipiy -i 
sliiirl wi'il.lmi,- trip li.'fnr.- nmnv; In 
llii-ir h..iin- in Wi^st .\iiniulii-i- val- 
ley. 

Mrs. M. Williams is lln- I'hl.sl 
iluiiMhI.-r ..r III.- ll.-v. an.l .Mrs. 11. I-', 
(iuill.' ;-iiil bus iM-.-n fur lln- iiasi y.-ar 
(iiie nl Walki-r's surr.i-ssful l.-iii'lii'is. 
Sill' has hi'i-ii iiuili- u favnriU- Willi 
the yiiiiiici'r set and will \w Krpalfy 
misHi'il hnlli 111 111.' I'liiinh an. I s.iriai 
life of l.al'ayi'lte. 'Ilii' Kmnni \^ Hi.- 
eldcsl son nf Mr. ami Mr.-i. I''. A. Mc- 
Williaiiis, (1111' of llic rniiiily's m...st 
prnnimi'iil familii-s. ami is nn .-iil.'i- 
liri.Him; and popular riti/.i'ii nf lln' 
county. 

'I'll.- ;;iii-.mI.s werf Mrs. ('.lyih- Wilk- 
ins (;iiallaniiiiK.'i, Miss Amrlni .lack-! 
son an.l lilth' si.ili-r, MaiKiH'-l. nf 
ItirmiiiKlinin. Dr. ami Mrt. 'I'lilh-y. 
Miss I'.vi'lyn Tiilhy ami Hilly Tallcy. 
Misses C.lareiilim? Kiinx. Mary Mae 
iScnII, ll.ira Sims. AiMi.' Miirsli iiiid 
'Hiilh S|.aikM, ami .Mr. ami .Mrs. h'.arl 
Jacksnn. XX* 




FEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1918. 



CHARLIE WEAVER 

DIED SUDDENLY 



AT THK IIOMK OK MIS IIUOTUKU 
JAS. WEAVKH AT IIOCK SIMIl.\<; 

THIS .uouM.\(; at y oclock 
— klnkhal khidav at n 



,. Chds. Weaver, onn of llio counLy's 
Bttal known anil mosl huluvtMl cilitoni 
tjiiKl suddenly al Ihu liotno of lii^i 
broUier, Junes Weaver, lliis 'I'liurs- 
.ila^' morning nl nine o'clock. 

Mr. '.Vraver had been in dnclininK 
lieultli Tor many- munllis but it wati 
only'tt few weeks a^o llial his condi- 
tion became alarming to his relatives 
and friend.s. Ho was silling on the 
veranda this morning, when without 
any warning he suddenly dropped on 
sleep. Vy^ 

' 'I'hc deceased is survived by three 
hrolliors, James. I8a;ic and Frank 
Weaver, and llvo sisters, Mrs. Chap- 
man. Mrs. Kmmolt Hankms, Mrs. Ed 
.lohnson, Mrs. Sam Williams and an- 
ollier f.islcr, whose namu wo were 
uiiabli' to secure. 

Funeral services will be held from 
the Hock Spring church I'ridny al II 
o'clock. Ho will bo burieil with full 
.Masonic honors, tho local order hav- 
ing charge of the burial servico. 

.\ man of storlinft characler, a 
prominent citi/.on. one loved by those 
who knew him, Mr. Weaviir will be 
missed by the entire county. 



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IN l.OVINO MOinnil.'M OF I 
IDA RAILF.Y. I 

.Mrs. Ma Ptillips Bailey after ft lin-[ 
poring illpb*« of several months | 
pos-ses to reward. 

She wn» thirty >Tnrs of ng.'. Lov- 
ing and potienl hands renderc I ev- | 
ery siirvlro to savo this teniler life, | 
bill In no avail. 

Yes, it was hard for us to part willi j 
her but God knows besL ' 

Always a irue and obedient woman ' 
and kind and Ipving inuther. anil j 
she ninde friends wherever she went. 
She lenvea a host of them to iiiouri: 
[our lo».s* her Rain. Fa:-owell. \v.'' 
!<ni.\v Id.\ is al re"! with her Fnth.-rl 

She i'-avesa hushnnd. three eliil-l 
dreii. hum. Oliver. Ho.xa I.ec and r. ! 
fnlli.T, molher. two sisters. Mrs. Lmi' 
I>urki-t. Mrs. Carrie Springneld. two' 
brolhei-s, Snni and Frank I'hillips to' 
tniir.ri) (lie los.s of one so endeared loj 
them. 

-To the sorrowing: ones we v.oul.t! 
say to look up and try to Jive as pure! 
a life as Ida di.I :-.nd meet h>T in* 
heaven. wIhto she is now finginjri 
with the nniri i- who Ttro r>>j:)ieiii'-- 1 
auntlu'c of c;odh. ehildn'u lias come 1 
home. ' j 

Ida was laid to lier last rest in..-: 
place in Ihe White eeinelcry. j 

FunernI services were citnductod ; 
by Uev. lliusloy in presence of a 
larte c<nioours<» of 8orn.>wing friends! 

BloT^-ly and sadly a grcal host of 
friends and rolaLf\es hesiutingly 1 'ft 
Uie iievTly madn mound where lifx 
lay t>facc(ully slcoping. 

Ceas', cease your niiisic, for inolh- 
cr's nsloep.j ^ » . 

AnRolft lliy-iiK^MaKi" have borne. 
^ Unlo her ^ul and the emilo on her 
Up*, ■'■■■■:"■ ■ . ■ . . -■' • ■ 

Tolliof the heavenly nioni. . 

W'rilton by one who lovrJ her. 
'■%^^:'..~,.-i:- ' ^' MOLUE TAKVIN. 

LKITKRS OF DIS.MISSIUN 

Cieorgia, Walker (Aiunly. 

S. U. Smith, guardian of Fannin 
Smith, has applied to llio under- 
signed for letters of dismission from 
said guardianship. Notice is hereby 
given that I will pass on said appll- 
|Cation at my ofllco in I.aFayetlo, said 
county, on tho llrst Monday in Octo- 
'ber, next. Given under my hand and 
jonicial siguaturo, this 8ei)t; 2. 1919. , 
W. L. STANSKLL, Ordinary. 



AD.MI.MSTH.VTOH'S SALE. j 

orgia. Walker County: 

ty viiluo of an order issued from' 

• Ordinary's Court, of Wnlker] 
only, Georgia, said slatr and coun- 

al lis AuKvisL term IIMK, will be 
(1 befori! the court house door in 

• l.jwn of LaFayetle, said state ond | 
nnly, williin the legid hours of 

('. on till' llrst Tuesday in October, 
H. being the llrst day of October, to 
.; highest and best bidder for cash, 
I- following dcscribod iiroperly, to- 
I: 

')ne tract of land being piirt of land 
. no. I'i4 in tho Ninth (U) district 
.1 Fourth CO section of Walker 
•only, Georgia, described and bouii- 
as follows. BcglnniiiK seven 
mdrcd and thirty feet ("^Ul north 
the southeast corner of said lot. 
eiicc west fourteen hundred and 
iiely led (ti'JO) to corn.-r on east 
le of twenty ft. (20) road or street, 
enco north seventeen degrees east 
.0 hundred and sixty-six .ind live 
iiths (2C0.D) feet to corner, lliencn 
..^L fovirleen hundred and sixteen 
et (I'llO) to corner on original land 
le, thence south two hundred ond, 
fty-llvo (255) feet to beginning 
lint. 

Also ono tract of land beginning 
vo hundred ond thirteen feet (2l3i 
est of the southeast corner of laml 
L No. one hundred and forty-four 
,'.i) in tho ninth (9) district and 
.urth (4) section of Walker cnunly 
eorgia; thence west one hundred 
.id 11 fly feet (150) to corner: thence 
irth one hundred and fifty feet 
150) to corner; thence east oni> hmi- 
red and llfty (150) fe(.t to corner: 
i.-nce south one hundred and llity 
l.V)) feel to beginning corner. 
To bo sold as the property of .lane 
. Allgond for the purpose of disln- 
iition. Terms of sale, Cash. This 
ugust 2, 1018. 

E. P. ALT.GOOD. Admr.. ' 
' Jane T. Allgo od, Deed. 

Letters of Administration 

Georgia, Walker County. 

.\pplii'iilion having lieen made in 
due form to have J. E. I'atlon op- 
i:ointed administrator upon the es- 
lali' of l.anialia Day, lute of .-.iiii 
cininty, deceased, notice is hereby 
given that said apiilicotion will bo 
passed upon at my ofllre on the first 
Moiid.ij in (jitober next. (liven uiilci- 
my hand and ollli-.ial signature, this 
>.'|.l. .;, iniH. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



LF,rri;ns of uisMi^i-fioN 

Lellen) of Adininlslratlnn 

Georgia, Walker County. 

.1. K. "atloii, guardian of I.ainal'.i 
'lay, lute of said county, deceiis.- I, 
has applied to the undersigned ^ir 
li'llers of dismission from said giuir- 
iliaiislii|i. Notice, is lieri-by given tliiil 
said application svill be passed up- 
on at my ofllce on llio first Monday 
in Oct. ni'Xt. Given under my hand 
iiiid olUciiil signature, this Sepl. 2. 
1018. 

\V. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



Q 



BEPTZMBEK )3, 1918. 



SEPTEMBER 20, 1918. 



HISS CELESTE PARRISB CORP. ROSS GRAHAM 
DIED USI SAIORDAY ! ^^^_^^^ ,fj f(jjf|CE 



Nrw") of Iho (Icatli of Miss Olcitln 
Psrrii«ti, at llio honii> of lirr ad'iptp.l 
(IniiKhlcr, Mm. Jnmi-.-* Stiiiil. nl Clay- 
ton, C!»., \n< Suhirdny. coiiips 88 a 
dlRlincl shock lo llie (Milirc souUi. 
Minn rnrnsli wus oiii- of Uh' loailiiiK 
women cxlucalorn in Ihn .houIIi. biMiijf 
n siipclnlisl In pc<laKOKy. l-'or tlie 
paul few yoar.s alio bi-came wnll- 
known .n WMkcr coiiiily Uirougli lt>o 
InoUUile w(/rk »hti did lu-rc. M'Idle 
the WM horo lliis yoar, she was In 
WTCtchod health but her clo8P«t 
friends did not think her lllncgn ro- 
rlou». In her doaUi Iho edurallmial 
intcroHls of 0/!or|rift and the H^nilh 
h»vo Josl n Blronj ftdvocilo. 



OFFICIAL NOTKK lllXKlVt;!) 

IlEiUC L.VST KItlDAV STATi:i) 

UK niEl) OK WOl'NDS 

jim: iirrii 



OlUcu;! iiolicr h;is hfon rccfivf.l | 
. Iktc; of the di'alli of Corporul Hobs 

(.irahoin, another Walker county boy, I 

who has made the supreme saerillco ' 

for his country. 

I He enlisted Dee. 11.'. 1"JI7 with the 
I murines and was with Ins reKimonL 

duriiiK the valuint and spectacular 

odensivc of the Marnc early in June. 
I'J'hough no olllcial information has 
.been received as to where ho rc- 
jccivcd his mortal wound, it is be- 
llieved that it was in lliis battle. Cori). 

(iraham was with the 1 iith company, 
'3rd rep.lacemont corps, and letters 

liavc been received staling thai this 




After unaergxjiiiK preliminary train- 
ing at Paris Island, Corp. Graham 
was givcn-an opportunity Lo attend 
officers' training camp, bul lio refus- 
ed in his cagrrness lo gel to Iho b«U 
llo front, llo was promoted from Iho 
ranks to Corporal and Icfl for Franco 
April 22. 

Corp. Graliajn was widely known 
in railroad circle* in Chattanooga 
and Mobile and other southern cilios, 
being on employ of Iho Dig Four 
Houlc. Ho rapidly rose in his profes- 
sion and al the ago of 21 was mado 
travelling 't'relgbt agenl for Iho 
Soulhcrn railroad, being probably 
Iho youngest man in 'that responsi- 
ble position in Iho employ of the 
rOad. 

He la survived by his father and 
mother. Mr. and Mrs.'J. A. Graham of 
Rock Spring, two brothers, W. A. 
Graham, of Chattanooga and J. U. 
Graham x>f Dlancbo, Ala., and Itiroo 
slaters,',; ."':,' .;' - ' •• ' 

Al the Umo of his death CoPp. Gra- 
ham was 24 years of age. , 

Friends of the family sympathize 
with Ihcm In.lhia trying ordeal. .. ._ 



t The War , Industries Board of the 
United! Slates Government has i»- 

jsucd tb'e following order to all news- 
paper* effective October 1st: 1 : ', ' 

•.K;?'Ncw«pkper«- arc :.to Vdiacoritlnuo 
sending paper after date of cxpira-' 

jtion^ of subscription, unless the sub- 
scription ia renewed and paid for." : 

' This order has been issued by'.the 
War Doard la \ lew of tlie shortage of 



T/27//?/e 



MOIUUS-nAINKY. 

Tho foIlowingannouDCCtnnnt of llif 
approaching wedding of Mias Nell 
Morris nnd Mr. Oranvlllo Ilniney. will 
bo read with inucli iiiLerosl liore 
as Mr. Ilalney In favorably known tn 
a wide circle of friends In llic coun- 
ty: 

Mr. and Mrs. Waller D. Morris, ol 
Palincllo'Ga^annnouncc the engage- 
ment of their {laiighlcr, Nell, to Hov 
(iranville Newton Ilaijiey, of Mcllna, 
fla, the marriage to be solcmnir.ed in 
October. No cards. 



L^r^TKHS ok nisjiistiioN 

Georgia, Walker County. 

S. 11. Sinilli, guardian of I'annio 
Siiiilh, ha» api)li(!d to the under- 
,sij;ni'd for h'lliT.s of disiiii.s.sion from 
said guardianship. Niiliro is hereby 
giv(M\ 1 1ml I will pass on said appli- 
cation at my ofllco in I-al-ayi-tle. said 
county, on the llrsl Monday in Octo- 
ber, next. Given under my hand and 
olUcial signature, tins Sept. 2, IIM8. 
W. I.. STANSKLI^ Ordinary. 



yeah'.s suiToar 

Georgia, Walker Counly. 

To whom it may concern. Mrs. 
Ola SlioU. widow of Wiley Sholl, 
late of said counly, deceased, has 
ai)plied to tlu' undersigned for a 
year's siipixiil for herself and one 
minor child from the estate of said 
deceased. Notice is hereby given that 
I will pass on said application at 
my ofllco in I.aFayeltc, said 
county, on the (Irst Monday in 
October, next. (jiven under \Wj 
hand and olllrial signature, this 2nd 
day of September, lOIH. 

W. L. STANSEM-, Ordinary. 



LEAVE TO SELL 

Georgia, Walker County. 

W. C Orcon, adminislrntor of tho 
estate of D. T. Tucker, late of said 
county, deceased has applied to 
the undersigned for leave to sell the 
real estate belonging to said estate. 
Notice Is hereby given that I will 
pass on said application at rhy ofTlco 
n LaFayclto, said county, on tho 
first Monday in October, next. Given 
under my hand and ofllcial signaluro 
this Sept. 2, 1918. 

W. L. 8TANSELL, Ordinary. 



.\0.\II.MSTUATOI«S SALE 

(leiiffia, WaUei- ijifiiuy. 

Will be ."iijd williin llu' li-g.il hours 
i>f sab- befcue thi- court liuuse door 
cf said county on the hr.st Tuesday 
in (iitolier. ni-M. purMiaiit to an 
cnler i-l llie i:oiirl i.l Oi'iiiiiary of 
said county, to the bi>;!iest biddiT,' 
the folliiwinc real eslati-. I. .-wit: 

■fuiiily ^•.'ll ;uTi'.< iih>r.' nr l.'s.< id, 
Int of land .\n. i;;!. coiiiiii.-miiig at I 
a >tal>.- ill llic pulihr ri.ail Iwentvi 

,-.'i)' rods iioi-lli rr<iiii th iciial lni-.! 

iiii'ur,' llu.- u.-s: I,, II, lu-MKii iiM.': ; 

tlii'iu e iinrlli wall [111! iirigmal liii.-l 
twenty (JO nuls. lluiui- im.iI to th.."l 
piiblir luail; llieiice suulli wuli tin'! 
road to tin- .slake, the >lailiiig point. I 

.MSO u:iO lirill vl-.->i lIlliMVSt III III.; 

Mnieral .<|irnm-. All of the above in 
llie twiMity-.MiMh U'lillu ili.sti-iit and 
third (3.1 section of Walker rouiity. I 
(ieorgi-i. To bi- .sold as llu- properiy 
of .Miss Jane Hoiiiar fi.r the purpose 
I'f di.^lributioii. r"rms of sale, cash. 
This AUf:u.-<t :.', I'.IIH. 

U.K. McWIM.lAMS. Adinr. 
Miss Jane Uomar, Deceu.seil. 



AO.Ul.MSTH.VTOnS S.VLi:. 

Georgia, Walker County: 

by viitue of an onler issued from 
the Oidiiiary's llourl, of Walkiir 
County, (ieorgia. said stale and coun- 
ly, at lis .\iigusl leriii 11)18. will be 
sold beforr llio court house door in 
the town of l.aKayrtle. said stale and 
county, within the legal hours of 
sale, on the llrsl Tuesday in October, 
l<it8, being llic (Irsl day of October, to 
the highest and best bidder for cash, 
the following described proi)erly, to- 
wil: 

One tract of land being |iarl of land 
lot no. 14i in Ihe Ninth O'l district 
and l-«iurth {'x) section of Walker 
County, Georgia, dc'scritieil and boun- 
ed a:* follows. HeKi:iiiiiig seven 
hundred and lliirly feel (730) norlh 
of the soulbeasl corner of said lot, 
Ihenco west fourteen hundred and 
ninety leel (I'lSH)) lo corner on easi 
siflo of twenty ft. (20) road or street, 
Ihenco north bcveiilcen degr.ies east 
two hundred and si.xly-six and live 
tenths (260.5) feet lo corner, Ihenco 
east fourteen hundred and si.xtocn 
feel (l-ilO) lo coiner on original land 
line, thence south two hundred and 
flfly-llvo (255) focL to beginning 
point. 

Also ono tract of land beginning 
two hundred and lliirloen feel (21.3) 
west of the southeast corner of land 
lot No. one hundred and forty-four 
{\\>i) in the ninth (U) district and 
fourth (k) section of Walker counly 
Georgia; thence west one hundred 
and llfly feel (150) to corner: thence 
norlh ono hundred and fifty feel 
(150) lo corner; thence east one hun- 
dred and fifty (150) feet lo corner: 
thence south one hundred and fifty 
(I5fi) feel lo beginning corner. 

To bo sold as the property of Jane 
T. Allgood for the purpose of dislri- 
biilion. Terms of sale. Cash. Thi.i 
August 2, 1918. 

E. I'. ALf.GOOD, Admr, 
Jano T. Allgood, Deed. 



90 



SEPTEMBES 27, 1918. 

I IS MKMOIIY OK 

iWillinl.inpniK'Ul. .HDii <if Mr, :iiwl Mrs. 
Mux Wallftcc, wl.o wus b.>rii M;i.v 0. 
\wr, unil illcdJmiP 'J^. lOlH. 

William wa.H nii (luiismvlly swocl 
rliil.l. Boinelu.w .IrnwiiiK irn-f.isUl.ly ^ 
lo luiusclX nil UM..SO who cniM.' w.Lhm| 
Ihe circle or lux u(HHiniiilniic-i.lui).| 

Ho wa« a pet "f tt.o I""""-. '^^«n 
UuniKl.Uul of tiiMnoUirr, who iiussrs . 

his Urar swml far.- and lovmg ncls 
',0 nu.rh. Th.> fath.T, an he. Ku.'S a- 
Imul hiH work, .an iiovcr forK.'l lli<: 
liLllo hrlpfiil haml he so willingly 
lonl. i 

How Rud ilm when wi' ronli/.i- Ihall 
1,0 i« Willi ii» no Mioro horo on oarlli 
bul what a HW.-I assuranc- wf havo 
thai Iho dear on.* is nl rosl and U.al 
our loss is his nti-rnal Rain. II sfoins 
BO oflon the fairosl Onwers aro llrsl 
to bo plucked. S<) God In his innmlo 
Wisdom saw fit lo lako William U) 
Iliin ll^l. loved onos aiUI fnen.ls may 
havP a lie binding us lo Uml Homo 
Ihftl Is prepared for us . 



, OCTOBMl i IWi 



1 Ills ,i,Mr Mhiinl in:ili's. Hay and .lacl. 
krwn.T. Vard.-n Uird and (iradyi 

Whi-olT. who liorr- his hody lo thJf 
\^r.is<: will i-vr .hr-nsli swe.-l iii.-m- j 
lori.'S of Ihcir associalioiH wiUi liiin; 

and Ih.; careful, lovuiK, Ihoimhlfulj 
l.lisposilion Ur. bhowed luward' all 

Uliings. , ., ' 

•ll,.. .•oiiiforlinK n-iiiarks of llie 

La.sLor, Ilev. J. A. iMMridK'-. will t\er 

ho a»liniiilus lovruid.' us all Ihn.uyll 

(hi-, dark and Iryuit- hours of fc-rief 

laiKl sadiiiMts. 

•I'he funeral and ml. Tin. Mil w.-i «• al 
jllock Sprini: wli.r.' lo' had >|..'iil a 
Lorlion of Ins »horl life. I 

Afler a hri.-f illiies.. of two d^iys to- 
I WHS .s.;,aial.'d fr..in lov-'l on.vs and 
fri.Mi-ls. II. 'W har.l il was I., give 
Miioi oi.. h.il 11 IS <...dH will aii.l wo 
iini-l willint-ly Mihniil | 

VKUA liKi.K. ' 



l.N MKMimV OK .MIW. A. A. A. 

hamf:s 

Ihe dealli aiiKel caiiio aifjin lo our 
euniniuiuly and look from us our 
l.ned and coiisecral.-.l sisl.'r, .Mrs. J. 
A. .1. Humes. 1 

She was horn Nov. L'li, ISiH, married 
Auk. l.'i, IWV.i, and di.t.l Dec. .t. l'.H7.l 
AboiiL llfly yiiars of In-r life was I 
speiil as a meinln-r of Ihe Baplisl 
ehureh, during wliieh lime her life 
reppidiue.l llie Rood works of her 
.Mils! IT as h.T failh was trui> and 
slendfasl. Kaeli revoliilion of llie 
wheels .>f lime drew her nearer Ihe 
(;od she served and Ihe Chrial she 
loved. Her life hesp.-aks Uial she is 
wafliii« III Ihe Hun'.iKhl of nglileous- 
iiess ami h.'r roiiik away was only 

II n-lleclion of her lif>' sweel und 
peaceful. 

'Ih.' home, chureli. an.l eommunily 
sadly feel Ihe loss of her inesenee 

III pei-Min. hill her sw.'el sii.riL slill 
mspire.s us lo more uiisi-lll.sh service. 
Llie coiibecralioii of which gave her 
liower U) slump indelible impres- 
sions o'l uU Willi wlioin she caiiio in 
conlarl. 

Sisler llanie.s' heaulilul foen may 
be forgollen bul her Chrisl-liku life 
will live for aye. May (iod he merci- 
ful lo Iho coinpaiiioii of her life and 
her nine children, Ihreo dauglilors 
and si.\ sons, whom she lius lefl on 
earlli. 

Rev. II. y. llunU bi-r paslor, preacli- 
!nd a mosl comforting sermon lo •» 
I largo hody of relalive.s and friends, 
i after which Iiit remains were laid a- 
Iway in the Easl Armucheo cemetery. 
Woei) nol for lier sweel release, 

l-roin earlhly pain und fear; 
Nor giieve thai she coached her resl 
K'er she l.i.ew she was leaving here. 
1 Mrs. I,. I'. Keilli, Mrs. li. W. WyalL 
and Mrs. .1. A. Ward, Commilloe. 



We received Ih." sad Intelligence 
Insl TueMday night thai Mr. H. V. 
(iilrealh, a good neighbor and an es- 
t(%eined friend of ouiA. was dead. Ho 
has been al Iho Stale Bttnilanum al 
.Mllledgeville for several years. His 
irmains were broughl home Tuesda) 
and Weilnesday Itiey were laid to 
resl at Macedonia cemelery. Brad, as 
he was familiarly called, was ft good 
hushand, alTectionate father, a good 
iieigliiior and really a desirahle cili- 
/I'li. We lender our RympalhieH lo 
the biToavod ones. 

On Thursday afler pulling Mr. 
(iilrealh away we heard of llie un- 
timely di-alh of (Jarvin .lackson, s.ui 
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Uiifus Jackson. He 
lived at Alabama Cily. Ala. Mr. and 
Mrs. Jackson had rocelved inlelli- 
Kence of his sickness bul owing to 
Ihe fael thai Ihey had to help Ihcir 
youngesl son in n.xiiig up bis (pies- 
llonnalro Ihey could not gel olT as 
early is Ihey would like lo have dono 
liul dill go as soon as Ihey well could, 
bul In a shorl time after Ihey slarted 
a, lolcgram cnmo announcing his 
dealh. Ho was burlod al or near his 



I home we suppose. We hcarlily syin- 
pathlio with Ihc bereaved ones. 

LITTLE MAnV STEWAUT WniGIIT 

CFXEBHATES FinST'BinTIlDAY. 

Ono of llio happiest cv'P^tJi of llils 
week was Iho jmrly in celohrallon ol 
tho Jlrsl birthday of Utile Miss Marj- 
.Stewarl Wrighl, at which her grand- 
mollicrs, .Mrs. Josio lliiies Hooier and 
Mrs. iTiul Wright, entertained for 
her in Iho homo of the latter Monday 
afternoon. The diniiiK room was 
lighted by pink tapers in silver can- 
dalabrac and the cake wliich held Iho 
one caudle adorned the center of Iho 
tabic and'WTis decorated in pink roses. 
Individual candlesticks holding tiny 
pink candk'« and pink baskela hold- 
ing mints, marked llie jilaccs for 
-ach litlle guesl. Mrs. Miichell, tho 
great grandmolhcr, was also soatcd 
at the tabic. .... 

Tbfi attractive bunch of Utile tola, 
who enjoyed Miss Mary 8towart> 
liospitalily and lier winsome little 
manners were:, Margaret Uolland, 
Frances Napier, Detty Fortune, Sid- 
ney Hunt, Frank Kirby, JCv Ocorgo 
I'aul Shaw, John Steele, James For- 
tupe, -N. C. Napier, Jr. and Stephen F. 
UunL - .' 

Among the many lovely ^fte re- 
ceived was a Quill made for the ba- 
by's fathcf by tier greatgrandnioUicr, 



OCTO BEE 4. 1918. 

LLTTKHS OK DISMISSION 

Georgia, Walker County. 
, S R Srnilli, guardian o! Fannio 
I Smith, has ai.i.lied to H.c undcr- 



LETTKHS OF DISMI.■^■^IO^ 

Georgia, Walker County. 

J. E. "atl/in, guardian oC Lamap] 
Day, late of said county, doccaar. [ 



ISm.th, ha, a|„.ue, « '^ ^ "^ ,, (,„ applied to tho undersigned U 
isipnrd for Icttor, of -1 s- HS- on^o ■' I, ..„^ ^j dismlsBion from said Kua: 



Isaid guardianship. Notice is hereby 
■given I hat 1 will pass on said appli- 
Icalion at my olllcc in LaFayelle. said 
'county, on the llrsL Monday in Octo- 
Iber. next. Given under my hand and 
lonicial signature, this Sept. 2. 1918. 
1 W. L. ST.\NSELL, Ordinary. 



; VEAH'S SUPPORT 

Georgia, Walker County. 

To whom it may concern. Mrs. 
I Ola ShoU, widow of Wiley Sholl, 
'late of said county, deceased, has 
1 applied to the undersigned for a 
•year's support for herself and ono 

I minor child from Ihe csUlc of said 
'deceased. .Notice is hereby given that 

I I will pass on said application at 
my onicc in LaFaycttc. said 

I county, on the first Monday in 
October, next. Given under mjr 
hand and oHlclal signature, this 2na 
day of September, 1918. 1 

W. L. STANSIiLL, Ordinary. | 



letters of dismission from said gua^j 
dianship. Notice is hereby given Ihfl 
sold application will be passed un 
on nt my olllco on tho flrsl Mondal 
in Oct. next. Given under my hanl 
and oillcial signature, this Bopt. 
1918. 

W. L. STANSELL. Ordinary. 



j ^. LINWUOU LOCALO -t 

■i* '^ 

I . Il.iyiiioiul llaiiipl"il, llu' i;i .vrar 
(ilcl snii of I'luiik llaiiipliMi, ilii'd tiil- 
iirday aftiT a, liiigiuiiii; illin'ss I'f 
'bi'vi-nil iiiimlli.s. iMinrial sit\ ki's 

iwiM-i- h'-H from the li> • Sumlay 

lan.Mii.H.n by lli'\. .Milli;;im. ;>ll'i- 
!\\liicli Ihi- r<Mii:im-. wcii- bud In ri>t 
1 1ll tb • l,al':i><'ll'' coiinti'iy. 



LEAVE TO SELL 

Georgia, Walker County. \ 

I W. C Green, administrator of tho 
estate of B. T. Tucker, late of said 
county, deceased has applied to j 
tho undersigned for leave to sell the . 
'real estate belonging to said estate. 
iNotico is hereby given that I will 
•pass on said application at my olllco 
1 n LaFayettc, .said county, on tho 
first Monday in October, next. Given 
under my hand and official signature (, 



IIITC.IUNSON— GAUM ANY 

Tlir iniiriiiip' of Miss .M;irllia V, 
llulcbiMsoii and Mr. Wnl, Wiiilrrs 
liarmany was snlemiii/i-d al lln' 
liMiiii' c.f lb.' briil.' In Allnnla "ii last 
lliiiisclay .•v.Miiiig. Ocl. ;i, at H;:)0 

L'i-i..r;(. 

('.Ill IliiwiM-s and boiisjie pliiiil'* fnrm- 
[.•d llif ili-ri-rations. 
I • iriii- hriili- I'liliMTd 111 llii- slniins (if 

l.iiliciik-riirs wi'ddiiig iiiiircb elfec- 
l|i\rly rcndiM-ed by Miss Hcrllia l>ur- 
|rliM). nil the arm of Imt falber, and 

joini-d Ihe Krimm before an iiiipro- 

viscil altJir of autuiiin leaves and 
1 ferns. 
I Tl fiemony was inipn'ssivoly 

liiMfMrnieil by Dr. Mclvrr, pastor of 

(lie Druid Hills I'resbyU'rian church. 
Till- bi'ii'e wan becomiiiuly atlired 

ill n brown coat suit, with hat and 

sliiie.s to match. 

liiiiiiedialely nfter Ihe ceremony. 

Ihi" bride and groom left on a short 
Iwedding trip to Savannah and other 
I.Soulli Georgia points. 

'I'hey are ut home to their man} 



^ CAnnETTS aiAPEL v 

1' \Vc' regret to report the death of 
'our friend, Oruce Lee. »f Asoalon. 



this Sept. 2, 1918. 
I W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



' i I friends in I.aKnyette, wlioro 
1 1 win '^■"' " 'vf^arty wclconio. 



they 
sx> 



Letters of Administration 

Georgia, Walker County. 



due form to have J. E. Palton ap- 
■ pointed administrator upon tho os 
lalo of Lamalia Day, late of 



T.he fi lends of Miss Mary C>aldwell, 



corKia Walker County. I '1 he fi lends of Miss Mary (>aldwell, 

ADDlication having been mado in daughter of the lato Mrs. E. II. Cald- 

*- ^ ._ , I V P'ltinn nn-' Well, Will regrct to Icarn of her death 



well, will regret to learn of her death 
at a hospital' !a nidhmond, Va., last 
Wednesday. Tho deceased is surviv-' 



lalo or l.amaiia uay, '"i-o ^-^ ■ • • ; . 

rnimtv deceased, notico is herebyj •>'! by two brothers. Andrew andi 
Kiven that said application will boj Samuel Caldwell, both of whom ar« 
passed upon at my office on tho llrst vv.lh the American Expeditionary, 
Monday in Ortober next. Given un,1or torccs in Jranfce and two uncles., 
my hand and official signature, this] James and W ill Bar, who reside in 

bcpt. 2. 1918. , „ ., •!• + 4» 1] 

I W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. j^j^g ^y ^y. Phipps received tho 

sad news last week of the death of 
her father, Mr. Georgo Walker, of 
New Orleans. Mr. Walker was a vet- 
eran of the Sixties and up to the 
time of his death was a member of 
tho Washington Artillery of New Or- 
leans. 




OCTOBER 18, 1918. 



WILLIAM R. TUCKER 
DIED AT ROSSVILLE, 



3I0.M)AY MORNING AFTTM IIHIKK 

ILLALSS-IIIGIILY KSTCKAILU 

CITIZKN—FUNKRAL SKIX- 

VICES WEDNICiJDAY 



I William n. Tucker, aged 28, dioJ 
at his homo at Ilossvillo Monday 
morning at 5 o'clock, after k Un 
daya' illness with inriucnza. 
I Kunoral services were hold at the 
Moon cemetery cast of I^I-ayctto 
Wcdncwlay afternoon, conducted by 
nevs. W. C. Tallent and G. IK. Jones, 
of no33\ille. Interment immediately 
followed. 

The (leccasod is survived by a wife, 
Mrs. Florence Tucker, his father *iui 
mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Tucker, 
•'wo sisters, Mrs. J. J). Dallon and 
■Mrs. E. L. Miller; four brothers, 
I Leonard, Frod; Berlin and Kormit, 
all of Iiossvllle. 

I Mr. Tucker was a prominent citi- 
zen of the county, and was highly cs- 
, teemed al Rossville. At the lime of 
,hU de*Ui ho wm city treasurer of 
ijlossvilie, was a member of the Ma- 
[sonio and Odd Follow frat«mill/)«,: 
and WM loved by a Vide circle of' 
[frlcnda. His death comes as a dls-j 
jllnct jAock lo the entire RossvUlo 
|Community. I 

The many friends of the family ex- 1 
nd Ihcir heartfelt sympathy to the' 



tend 
bereaved ones 



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lliiT- wns ,11, il/- ,n luiMil),-!- from' 
ChullaiiooKa aii.l I..-iKayclto "hlti-iid- i 
"^'1 Hi'*,lMinal r.f .Sanui.-i'Dunii nt ' 
Cciil.T I'oint !<utiday nflt-rnoon. 1 



REV. CHARLIE WRIGHT 

KILIEO BY AUTOMOBILE 

Friday morning Rev. Charles! 
Wright, of Rome, was crushed to 
death by an automobile. Tho acci- 
dent occurred a few miles from 
Homo on the Butnmervillo pike, and 
althougli Mr. Wright was rushed to 
a hospital he livo<l only a few hours. 

Tho car was driven by Raleigh 

Diggers, of Rome, who slated that 

when he saw there was danger of 

strlklns Mr. Wright, ho turned 

jaharply gway from him, crashing In- 

jlo a fence. Tho top of tho car was 

[down and struck Mr. Wright In the 

left side, crushing his ribs, and In 

falling his head struck a largo rock 

which fractured his skull. 

Mr. Wright, who ^as nearly sev- 
enty years of ago. served hero many 
years aa the beloved pastor of the 
OaptUl church and was knovvTi to a; 
large circle of friend^ not only herp 
but In lift "county; who deeply d^ 
plot»UKf»^»c«M5nt ;, I 

■; Hfl-traa.a half-brother to Judge 
Moecs Wright^ of Rome, and P. D.l 
Wright Of Mb city, I 



PRIVATE MARVIN SMITH 
VICTIM OF INFLOENZA 



After a brief illness of inHuenza. 
Marvin Smith, died at Camp Mead 
last Thursday afternoon. The body 
was shipped to Chattanooga Satur- 
day and prepared for burial. Tho re- 
mains were buwgh'. by Wann & Son 
or Chattanooga to Antiocb church 
Cedar Crovo, Sunday morning, where 
funeral services wore hold. Inter- 
ment followed la the Antioch ceme- 
tery. 

Private Smith volunteered for the 
army from Walker the latter part of 
^Mt year and was slaUoned at Camp 
Mead, where he died. 

The deceased is survived by a 
brother, Mr. Nixon Smith, of Chatta- 
, £W»,"n'J Ihrce sisters. 

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Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Henri- Can- i 

I non, a fine girl, recently. J 



OIlif Rulli W>.^U 

Ollir- lliilli Wynll. Ill- JiLf,,..,,!!,. 
old (lanKhler of Mr. af"l \lr« J r^ 
WyatI of Hd^^vil!.-. .|i.-f| Tw-'^.l.-iy a* 
the re<iiH nf an nllar k "if Si..ini<h in- 
(\ufiiii. I he l...-Iy -.^A* l.r- u.:!.!. h-r- 
for burial, funeral ^i^r-nd-s b'Mii;i 
condi)'*t'-(l al lb' irravc by Ri*v Will 
I-falh twikkI. t,a<l.ir of lli.lurilal" 
ehurcti, r.halLanrKiT.i. 



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ili'il''. Ii.i.l carc-.l fi.r v.ni-iily sicl. 
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YEAR'S .SUPPORT 

Georgia, Walker County. 

In whom it may concern. .Mrs. I.oii 
Smith, widow of A. Smith, laic of 
.said county, dore.i.sod, has applii-d to 
the iinder.sipned for a year's support 
f()r_ herself from the c^lalc of .said 
(l(!ceascd. .Notice i.s hereby >;iven tlial 
I will pass on .said applicallon al my 
olllce m I.aKayelle. said counly. on 
lti(! first Monday in .November, iievl. 
Given under my hand and odloial 
sigiiaUire, this 7 dav of OcIoIxt I'JI8 

W. I.. SPA.NSKIJ,. Onlinarv. 
LE ITERS OK GUAR0I,V.\SII1^ 
Georgia, Walker Counly. 

Ap|)licaliori liavinR been made in 
due form lo have Mrs. V. H. Ransom 
appointed puanliaii of Ellen Ilo(,-prs, 
notice is hereby given thai said ap- 
plication will be passed upon at my 
ofllco on the first .Monday in Novem- 
ber, next. Given under my hand anib 
ofUcinl signature, this Gel. 7, 1918. 

W. L. STA.NSELL. Ordinary. 



OCTOBER 18. 1918. 



IN HCMORY OF m.0.^^^l^E rriTS 



On Friday. Aug. 10, J9I8, dcnlh 
claimed ono of our mu»l beloved and 
useful young girls of the Lookoul] 
;Bapll8l Sunday school and commun- 
ity. Whilo wo are made snd by tlio 
death ^f Ibis young girl wo foci llial 

8bo is sweetly resting in that bcaull- . 
ful homo on high. We do not under- [ 
stand why one so young should be 
taken from our midst, but God doe^i 
know and some day we shall under- 
stand why our most lovely flowers 
•arc plucked flrst. We know this, the ' 
young as wcU as the old are called' 
jUpon to pay the penally of death. 
I Dionnio was the eldest daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Pitta of High 
Point, she was only 7 years old and , 
short lifo-sho lived was a sunbeam 
In that hom». Always bright and 
happy, over ready to do sortiething 
that would please some ono. She will 
bo sadly missed by the father, moth- 
er and grandmotluT, brother and lit- ^ 
lie sister, school mates and friends. 
Weep not but think of her as slio Is 
[now, j 

Free froni all earthly care, 
Puro from nil earthly stain, | 
-Oh, who could wish her back ' 



In this dear world again? 



Little Clonnio was always found 
In Hunday school and always knew 
her ScBsons well, was lovod by all 
who knew her, wasobcdient to father 
and mother, Now sbo, is gono but 
gone to heaven wbcro parting is no 
morn. She can never como. back lo 
Barlh, but we can go lo her by living 
righL Let u8 strive to. ent«r Iho 
pearly gat«« »ad Iheroi wewm «ee. 
littlo Blonnlc. / V '•■'•-•:•" ,'| 
/!We would Bay I© thb loved dflMj" 
"Weep not for you will meet b*r bya - 
and bye.'.-- ••■,.■ - '':•■■■■■''■':.';'' ^^'-l 

Her funeral ^R^eondiic(edl Ini the. 
Lookout," B«pU«tthurc6 : bjr/ RCT. 
KJn^ton. froib wWch tier UlUa'jWdjt 
waa bomsUfiUUMrrtiiag'pUtaibi 
the Kow LOoWwt grtxvtu^-:^]^^'] 

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KXKCUTOIIS SALE | 

.Slali' of fifopKia, Walker County. | 
I, \S'. (',. Smilti, cxociitor umler llie 
will of O. U. .Stnilli, (Ipccasi'd, and liy 
cojiHi'iit of all of till lieiPK of llii- said 
O. il. .Smilti, unci tlicy waiving Hie 
ordfP 'or Icavr of sale and oilier for-' 
nialiliiTii, I will olTiT for sale on the 
flrsl Tuesday in Novcnihcr, next, tlio 
real cslato belonging lo the deceased 
O. 11. Sinitli and will sell to llic hlgh- 
c.hI uiid best bidder during the legal 
hours of sale, and the properly is 
holliT described as follows: Being 
100 acres, more or less, ancr being 80 
acres of the south half ^ lot of land 
No. \29 and the north half of lot ol 
land No. 101, and all biMiig in the 7lh 
district and fourth section of Walk- 
er cnunly, (ia., and bctlor" known as 
the 0. H. Smith lands. The terms of 
sale will be announced at the sale 
and any one desiring a bargain will 
do well to see these lands and be at 
this sale. ' i 

W. C. SMITH, Executor | 
Of the last will and leslamenl of 0. 
n. Smith, of said county and State. 



LEAVE TO SELL 

Georgia. Walker County. 

Henry M. Massey and George J. 
Ilinklo, administrators of the cstale 
of 11. V. Ilinkic, late of said county, 
(toceascd, has applied lo the undci- 
signed for leave lo sell llie real estate 
belonjfing to said cstale. Notice is 
hereby given that I will pass on said 
application at my oflloe in I.aKayclle, 
said county,' on the first Monday in 
November, next. Given under my 
hand and odlcial signature this Oct. 
7, 1918. 

W. L. STANSKLL. Ordinary. 



LEAVE TO SELL 

Georgia. Walker County. 

Mrs. Kate IJagwell, admlnlslratrix 
of the estate of 11. 11. Uagwcll. late of 
said county, deceased, has applied to 
the undersiKTied for leave to^ell the 
real estate belonging to said estate. 
Notice is hereby given that I will 

fiass on said application at my oHIce 
n LaKayctte. said county, on the 
flril Monday in November, next. Giv- 
en under my hand an dofllcial signa- 
ture this Oct. 7th; 1918. 
:; W. L. 8TAN8ELL. Ordinary. 



I.\ ilEMtmV. 

!■> I Im- iiiimiioi\ of my iiiutlicr, 
\iiliry ^■■lllIl^.• 'IlialUn who dn-d .\lhy 
.■-•iHl, I'.PII. al III.- at-.' of 70. and my 
ralliiT. 'I'. .1. l'.li;illlii who .lird June 
V.lnl. I'.IIH. 

Il.-r .lii'.Trnl. lio|,.'fiil, always cii- 

idiiiak-iiit.- c ii'-i'l Ilial lii'Ipi'd iiH 

i>\rv l|pi> iiiimli iilaci-.- .if cliildliood 
and >i'UiiK iiinlluTliodil: lii<t palii;ill, 
loruu iiii:. li'iisMiil lliiiiikfiiliii'HM Tor 
u.H I lliiiik llii'v uiiiild racli .'<iiy: 
ihii' li\<'s liki' a iiiaiilli- ai'<- loldod 
away, 
I'm- wr lia\r liranl our .Saxioiir 

say: 
■' riic-ir wi'pc iii;iiiy liiiic's lliat you 

did not obey, 
lint you tried to follow mn all Ihe 
way. 
By my grace an- you saved, you 

ineed not stay 
l.oavc llie .sorrows and sinS and care. 
The burdens you Uiouglit were loo 
, hard to bear 

You donl like lo leave your children 
Mii-re, 
llul your places arc ready I came 
lo prepare." 
Our .souls ird.MMii.-d have taken lliglit 
'riii-.iimli llie valli-y of shadows lo 
realms of light 
And our pulseless li'-arls are now 
l:jid low. 
To Ix- covered in wiiilfr by l^.c 
lieautifui snow. 
.Now my cliildrrn. you surely know, 
Thr lovr for you that we could not 
show 
Was as di'.'p as llir ocean, as slronc 
as it's flow, 
lUil (""Is l"V'' "^ grealer. aai 
lliouci hi-re bi- ' •* 
You will r.-ap the har.--'. of llie seed 
you sow. 
Mis hlood will clean i- you, His 
woiil will sliov.- 
Til.- way lo follow, so I n'l Im slow- 
To liecd every warni''t.. His prom- 
i i-,(-s plead, 

1 IS grace is sunicicni <or your every 
need. 
HKUI.Ali CHAf^IN HALL. 



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Tho IIUlc infant of Mr. and Mrs. 

Jobn PickeU of ClialUiiooKa who 

aicd of Influenza Salurday, was 

brought hero for burial Sunday. Tho 

little chllil'8 father and brother now 

Ho ill with tho e*nio disease. Mr. aod 

Mr't. Pickett were formerly of IhiJ 

Mrs. Inez Kilgore and Mr. J. C. 

Clark were married Oct. 511). Mrs. 

Clark was formerly Miss Inez Mason. 

This community was saddened la.-d 

Saturday when tho remains of A- 

lonzo Urown arrived homo for hurjal. 

Mr. Hrown is tho Hrsl of our 37 boys 

who joined Ihocolors^lo die. Ho died 

from influenza last week in New 

Jersey. The sympathy of the onliro 

I community goes to the bereaved 

1 father, brother and sisters. .^ 



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MHS. EABL HENDERSON ^ 
DIED AT BOSSYILLE 

News of tlin death of Mrs. Karl 
Henderson at fiossvllle Wednesday 
niglit at midnight, from influenza, 
will ho received liero with deep re- 
gret. -Mrs. Hhnflcrson Is known here 
\.h a wide circle of friends as Miss 
Vera Camp, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. M. A. Camp, of Chickamauga, 
and brother of Lieut. Frank Camp, 
who Is. with tho Expeditionary 
Forces In Franco. She was ill only a 
few days. Uer husband who is suf- 
fering with influenza is confined lo 
his bed. Funeral arningcmcnta had 
not be-'n announced Thursday morn- 
ing. Tho deceased aU.ended school 
hero lew years ago and was popu- 
lar anaong many frienda. 



CICERO T.McCONNELL 
DIED Of PNEUMONIA 



1. \iti.^ M()\i)\v \i()HM.N(; V!"n:ii 

li;\\ l»\\.S II.I.NKSS— WAS 
l'IH).\ll.\i;.VI' AM) IIKI.OVIJ) 

cm/.KN. 



.Ml l.al-iiyi'U" was slmi-kivl early 
Monday muiiiMiK. when llic iiewij of 
IIh- ilcr.lh of Cicero T..McConni'll, wa.s 
announced on Ihi" slrecls 
Hi' look I11.1 bed TuiJ.sday morning of 
last week wilh a severe cold, which 
ilevelo|)eil h^alunlay into piieuinoiiiu. 
Fruiii the very llrsL Ins condition wa.t 
con.iidcrod .Hcrioas. Hopes wt-re en- 
Icrlained, howoNcr. llial a cliaiiKO 
for Iho heller would he made until i 
Sunday, when il was seen that he 
could not live. ! 

The deceased waa horn Nov. 23, 
1891, being nearly twenty-seven yearn 
of a<?c al his death. Ho wa.s convert- 
ed in 1012 during the Uunnaway sc- 
ries of revival services liolti at the 
Mcth0di.1t church and joined the 
church, living a failhful nKunber un- 
til his deatti. He was a regular at- 
Icndanw upon the Sunday school, was 
liberal in his contributions to tho 
causci of the church, and wa.i over 
loalous of her highest inlcrcsts. 

As a citizen, LaKayelo and Walker 
county, had no more progressivo 
spirit. Ho was Intorcnlcd in all for- 
ward movements and gave his timo 
and money for their promotion. Ho 
was cslcomcd as a splendid business 
man, and his friends in the town an.! 
county, as well as In Chattooga coun- 
ly, where he was born, wore num- 
bered by the hundreds. Ho possoss- 
ud a |)lcasing personality, was a hard 
worker, conscientious, and made 
frienda of all tlio.se with whom ho 
came in contact. 

• Surviving the deceased is a widow 
and one daughter; his father and 
mother, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McCon- 
ncll; i>nd three brothers, J. 1'". Mc- 
Connell. of Clinlanoogn, C. A. and J 
1). McCoiiiioll, of llrooii^Uiwii, to- 
gether wilh a host of relatives. 



Funeral services were liejd from 
the Macedonia cemetery in Chattooga 
county Tuesday afleniooii at i; 
o'clock, conducted by Ilev. J. A. Par- 
tridge, I'is [laslor, as.si.sled by Ilev. 
,N. A. I'ur.sons, in the presence of ft 
Jnrge com-ourse of sorrowing friends 
from I.a Fayette, Summerville, Cal-' 
houn, Chatlaiioona, and the sur- j 
1 rounding cciiiiilins. The many heau- 
'tiful Moral ofTeniiKs.from tin- church. | 
iSuiiday school, business men ami ^ 
lolher friends, nttiiiKly altesled lo the . 
IpopuUirity niid esteem of tlii' di-cras- 
ed. After ft short grave service llie| 
body was IowitciI lo ils last nsliiiK 
place. I 

.Memorial sei-vireson the life of tli» 
deceased will he held from the local 
Methodi.st church later. | 

The numerous friends of the fam- 
ily ext'-nd their tender Hymirathy in 
thi.s sad hour of hercavement. 






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IIINKI.F-S. •:• 

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Mr. ."^tevc Saunders who died in 

Clialtanodga last week was broiigh! 

to IliiiKles and hiiri«'(l last 1-iiday. 

He died in a hospital from [iiieiiino- 

iiiin. 



I.illle iiifaiil id Mr. and .Mrs. C II. 
,\\'i!lhaiiU dird I hur.sd.iy all.T a Ini- 
^(•■•riiu- ilfnes^. 

AUTIIl U 11. STII,i:S 

AiLliur II. Sliles. aped 'M years, died 
.Monday at Wilson, .N. C, from in- 
(lueiiza. He was an acli\e iiieuiher of 
Ihc (;iirislian church and a splendiil 
husliiess man. He is survived by a 
widow, two si.sters, .Mis. Crawford, 
of Winchester. Teiin., and .Mrs. Far- 
ris of Florida; live hitdliers. J. S. 
.'<liles of Challanoos-a. .1. W. and C. A. 
.Allies of Oklahoma. II. M. Stiles of 
nirminpliam, and I). W. Stili\s of La- 
Fnyett'--. He ha.s many frii-iids in l,a- 
l-'ayetle who will rcineniber him 
wh.ii he visiled Ins hiother here. 



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J. H. CAGLE OltD 

AFIER LINGERING ILLNESS 

\ri.T a. Inm-'-iiiiK ill'"';* "f s<'V>'":il 

, , Ills, J. a. i:aKl.-. i.f ClurkHjiiiiUi^ii. 

(h.-'l Sun.liiy iiini-iiiim- ill H o'l-lnck. 

Ill III.- .I.silli of Ml-. CuKl'- t:iii<-i'- 
iiinavm-ii iiii'l 111'" vu\\\\\y li'Si's I'll.- iif 
its iii.isl lli^llly i-slorm.-.l cili/'-ii-*. Hi' 
w;i.-< a .li-\ol.-.l iiii-iiili'T .if llii- M:uili-<l 
' elmn-li. a iii'-iii1«m- .if lli.>. MsiH.inif 
fiiili-nnly. im.l wa.s l.ni;.! liy all Ili'iH"-- 

I \i-, ivn.-\\ liiiii. 

J iiiwral ML-rvii'-.s u.-rr luilil fro-u 
lli<- (:iiii'kaniaui.-a Itaiili.tl. cliurcb 
M..i..l:iy aftf-ni.i'iii al :':;xi. t-nn :iici'.-<J 
1,\ i:.-\-. lallriil a-i.l Sil.-r. i:.. l.-..ly 
w:i- iaki-ii III cl.arf.- I.y lli-- Oliicka- 
luaiiLU Mas.iiiic i.i .|.-|- afl'-r llir; fii ■ 
ii.ial :iii.l Imri.-.l uilli full MasoiHC. 
Ii..ii--rs. 

>tirM\ iiii.- III.- il.-i-.-asi-.l ari! a 
\M.|..u. -i\ -I'll-. l-;aiii.-Nl. ilorncr, 
i:a:i. I.nlli.-i-. l-'.arl, C-.-il, and ono 
ilaiiwlil'T. I'aiiiii"-. 

A \:i\v (-..iii-iMir-i- ..f fii- ii.i-< ralli- 
.-r.-.l -il III'- fuii-ral l.i |.a.\ Iriliuli; t«> 
II.. ur.- ..f lliis >; I mail. 



LEAVE TO SELL 

Georgia, Walker County. 

Henry M. Masscy ami Georgo .I-, 
llinklo adiniuiatralors of Uic obUIc ■ 
(if H. V. llinklo, lalo of said county, . 
Idi-ccascd, has applied to the undci-J 
sipicd for leave to sell the real cstalo 



MRS. R. H.FL01ftt DIED 
SUOQEKIY MONDAY liGHI 



sigiicQ tor leave 10 Bcii mo i"Bi toMi.u , 

belonginK to said estate. Notice is Tlio nuddon death Monday -flight al 

hcroliy (fiven that I will pass on aaidt jj^y^ JJ.3Q Q.ploglj of Mrs. R. U. 

'application al my olllco in Latayolto, . . ^ narenls. 



said county, on llie llrsl Monday in 
November, next. nFyen under nw 

I hand and olllcial aignaluiavlhls Oct. 

,7. 1918. 

' W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 

' V I,EAVE TO SELL 

I Georgia. Walker County. . 

Mrs Kate Bagwoll, admmlslratrii 
vof the csUto of 11.15. DnRwcll, Iftto of 
Ra^id county, deceased, has appliof 



Floyd, al Iho home of her parents, 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dall, came as a 
distinct shock lo the linmcdialo fam- 
ily as well as lo her many friends. 

Mrs. Floyd's homo was al Lcwis- 

lon. Nob, and Ihroo week*' ago her 

husband entered Iho Y. M. C. A. scr- 

ivlca'and wan ^atallonod al New Vork, 

1 ?Mi)rcparatory (a going overseas. Mrs 



Jd county, deceased, has »l'P''«'' ^^ U-ioyd ccmo on a visit lo her parents,] 
■'^rra,Tl^Iet..^:!n?i^n^^rsa^d^p: and^as taken HI with mnucn.a 
^ Nollce Is hereby given thai I will .which developed into pneumonia. 



I, pass wn said appllcalior> al my Oihoo 
„ln LaFayctle, sold county, on Iho 
flrsl Monday In November, next. Glv- 
'"en under my hand an doDlcial sigua- 
'"luro this Ocl. 7th, 1018. 
li. W. L^TANSELJ..j Ordinary. 



She was slowly recovering from the 
attack of pneumonia, and was 
thought lo bo out ol danger, when 
Bhc died suddenly Monday night, 
ncath was probably duo' lo heart 
failure. 
The deceased is tho eldest daugh 




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.Mi-.^d .Mr,-). J. I). Ciowdor of Ch,-,!- 
tanofira and Mr. and .Mrs. Hawkln-i 
or .•ilirj.'byviiln, 'icnn;, atrcnd.-<l Ihf. 
funoral 'J'uesday of C. T. McConncII. 

A .!- JL. 

+ 4- * 

Born Monday lo Mr. and Mrs A 
Gentry of Linwood, a fine son. ' ' 

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\^ , LETTERS -OF DISMISSION 

i:aOeorgla. Walker Counly. Iter of Mr and Mrs. Henry Uall. and 

.la 0. E, Glass, admlnlslralor of Lucy ij^^^.j^,^ ,^^,^ parcnU she is survived 

A. Noyman. baa Bpplted lo the under-H, ^^^^^ i„ifi|,and. who circd from' 
-r slgtwd lor Icllerti of dismission Iron> ^^^ ^ork Wednesday morning, ono 
11, said »dmlnl8lr«lorship. ^'o^.^" f» j„u„|,i^.r_Goncvicvo; three sisters, 

hereby given IbaV I will pass On aald ^^^^ ^^^^ ^.^^^^^ ^^ Atlanta, Mrs. Hand 

appllcaUonalmyoracolnLaFByelUN^^ ^.^^ ^.^ij,^ ^,^,1 ^jjgg winnifred 
"said counly, on Iho first, Moodny i'i. jj^^,, ^^^,„ brothers— Luci>i8 and Eu- 

Ntn-cmbolr, ne^t Given undw my • j^^,, ^^ LaFaycttc. 

[^and aDd.-ofllclal-algnaluro. VhlsOql. j,^^,jgj.„, services were held at the 



7k IS'8. 

' W. L, STANSELL, Ordinary. 



grave Wednesday afternoon al 3 

o'clock, conducted by Ilev. I. S. Ix;on- 

"jard, In Iho presence of a large niini- 

Jbnr of relatives and friends. Many 

ral olTerings atteHted to| 

populari 



EXr^CUTOIl S SALE ^ nor oi rcuiLivL-u u.iu i»i.-ii"-'. 

State of Georgia, Walker County. j beautiful lloral olTerings attenl 
I. W. C. Smith, executor under the the popularity of the deceased. 
I will of 0. U. Smitli, doccas<jd, and by 

consent of all of Ihi: ln-irs of the said I 

O. H. .Smith, and they waiving Ihc^ 

order 'or leave of sale ami other for- 

iiialiti(]8, I will olTer for sale on the 

lirst Tueailay in November, next, the 

rt-al enlate belonging U) the deccasod 

0. D. .Smith and will sell lo the high-; 

est and best bidder during the legal 

hours of sa^o, and the property is 

better described as follows: Dcing 
jl60 acres, more or less, and being 8a 
(acres of the south half of lot of land ' 

.No. IM and the north half of lot of 
I land No. 101. and all being in tho 7lh 
I district and fourth section of Walk- 
!er county. Ga.. and better known as 

Iho O. U. Smith lands. The terms of 

sale Will be announced at the sale 

and any one desiring a bargain will 

do well to SCI- these lands and be at 

this sale. 
I W. C. SMITH. Executor 

or tho Inst will and leslamont of 0. 
I Jl. Smith, of said county and Slate. 



KOVZMBi:^ », 1918. 



rUXEHAL OF LZ. MOXEIt /4 

' HICLD TUESDAY AFTERIVOOK • 

Funorftl scrvlccB ovrC IhO'tJodyof.; 
J. Z. Miller, aged slxly-two, .'who^ 
died Sunday morning ol llio horpo.of >. 
his son, £. E. Miller, ol ChaLUapogif-^ 
wore held from Cblcknmaugn DapUai'. 
church Tuesday aflcrnoon at ■•twpj 
o'clock. Mr. 'Wlllor who was a form-! 
cr ciLizon of Ihls^county had bflcalrtk 
falling health for more than a yeaTji 
The doccnscd Is survived by Ih^o^ 
sons, E. IT and J. !■", of Challanooga^^ 
and Clinton C, of I.«ulsvllle, Ky, ariJ'; 
six daughters, Mrs. Clara Long; Mriir, 
0. D. I'alT, Sirs. E. R Bqunders, Mr».';. 
\V. II. Carroll and Misses Ruby and^ 
llutli Wilier. , - . . ' "'f^;- 



i- DUCK CHEEK + 

■f* •]• 

t •H-HrH-}'}- •H-I-H-H~H'+ 
. ,Wo yt'ijre j^rr^ to learn of llio un- 
IftiifilV dMllisorour friends, Sammy 
Dunn and CTccl-o McConnplI. Wo. 
were shocked when wc heard Iho sad 
news. They were both' young men, 
having n bright iirospcct for usoful- 
nrss ahead of t^cm. All who know- 
tijcm esteemed ;ihom. Il« sad that 
we'll SCO thenv ho more this side of 
Uic lurbld waters. Peace lo their 
ashes. Our s'ympathy goes ouL loj 
tlioso bereaved, ' , . J 

OBrnjARY 

Sister Sultle in early youth pro- 
fessed hope in Christ and uniled 
Willi ihp Sliiioli iJaplul church, 
wtn'r"- the livrrl a pure consi-stcr-.t 
life uiilil her d'-alh. While sli<; nevi-r 
■n.-^r.'liMlrd lh<' .iiitii'S <>f her hnnn'.. 
Ii<r liUM \Mirk \s;i> suli.s<.T\ i>-nl I') 
'llial iif tlie Ma^liT. LouiI'T llian anv 
jvviii'l^. her ai'ti'Mis iiruM'il llial >lu' 
■|.»x.-.| Ihi- courlM of lii.T l.unl. | 

: Sill' wa" a kiiiil. alTi'clif'iiali' -i~l"r 
'an. I an i,lilii;ini.' iirii:lihiir, aluay" il>i- 
liii;; ilc'd.- uf i>ini1rii's-i aini -iii-akiiik' 
i'iir"iiin;;;iiiL' aii'l clM'crriii wnnls. Shr ] 
I was a ciiisr- IJibl(»!«luilrnl ami lur i-x- | 

'aiM|il<' I.Tn::hl ii-i lliat "11 is i -i; ■ 

M, •",■,! I., L-nr llian lo vir,-i\,-r Slid 
|.-ri iiiiiiii.slakal/lc i.-vmIimicc lii-liiihl 
llial >li.- had KiMie In n-l. I.i'l us s.iv 
111 Ih.' li.TiMM'il iit\r<: ■•ll<<a\cn has 
aiiMlli.T alliaelioii f^r yini. l.o'iK 
I'v r In .li'siis. He will carry ymi 
In. .u^),; -Mrs. .1. II. I.illle. .Mrs. 11. 
W. II. -wall, .Mrs. F. I.. Mi:\\'illiani.i. 



MRS. M. M. PETTIJOHN DIED 
AT LYTLE LAST IHUflSDAY 



After an lllnes.s of a few weeks, 

.Mrs. M. M. Pettijnhn. died at heri 

homo at Lytio last Thursday after- | 

noon. I 

I Mr. and Mrs. I'ctlijohn and family 

I recently moved from LaFayottc t'>| 

iLytlo, and the deceased was known 

hero to her'many friends as a woman 

of many Christian graces, kind, al-' 

ways cheerful, and those who knew I 

her bc^t loved her most. | 

Surviving the deceased arc n lyi.s- 

band and five littlo children, Millard, 

Mabel, James, Melvin and Eufreni-; 

her parents, Mr. .ind Mrs. J. W. Ilnb- 

Inson, of LoKaye/to,; six si.-ilcrs, Mrs. 

■J. U. Cowman, of lvnox%iIle, Tenn, 

Mrs. Paul Blaylock, Miss Ruth Hob- I 

iinson, of LaFayetto, Mrs. J. T. Ker-| 

'•oey, of New Orleans, Mrs. W. M. Grif- 

'lltb. of Madlsonvllle.l'enn, and Mrs.' 

IaV.'T. Iloper, of Core; and two broth- 1 

jers, E. A. nobinspn, of Fries, Va., and 

IJ. F. Ilobinson^of Cordova, Ala. j 

i Funeral services' wore held from ■ 

tho comclory at Trlon Saturday! 

j morning coiiductod by Rev. J. A. Par-l 

Itrldgo followed. I 

\rrlonda!of the, family extend fbeiri 
sympathy iri, Ibis- hour of bcrcavc- 
Vmenl.'; ;: -,j:/".'- : ■.■.•■ /'■:,'. -.< 

W. D, STEWART 
PASSES TO THE 
GREAT BEYONO 



AKII.H A i|;v „v^.,. |,.I.M;.SS- 
UAS ,\ I'OI-U.AH \M) I'HOM- 

im:.\t (:ui/.i:,\. i.NUKrt. 

.SAI.I.\ I.OVEI) 



I'he uiM-eused sva.s one of Walker 
luuuly » niost promiiii.Mit young citi- 
/.I'lis, bi'iiiK Ihlrly nine years of ago 
al 111.' lime uf liiii JeuUi. and I-aFay- 
elU- iiuuirii.s Llie liws of one of her 
jnio.sl lM'lt)\-('(l yiHiug men. llo was a 
|H|)leiiiliiJ liusiiiea.s man, being con- 
neelril willi llio Walker County Hos- 
iery Mills; WHS active in town life; 
was nil anient member of llio looal 
MeUioilisL cliureh, serving on tlm 
Uourtl of SLi'wanls; was a member of 
WesliTii lodge, No. Ul, A. F. i A. M. 
Mr. SU'wurt. was universally lovod ml 
I-nl'iiyellr, ^luTc he was known' 
be.st. j 

■riie i-i'liKioii Llial he daily pruc- 
liei'il wa.s; '■.No greater love thai) this, 
that man lay ilown his lifo for his 
fniMKls." .Nil man in lliis eonimumiy 
ran llll Ins place in the sii'.k room. IL 
was hi--, life-liiMK practice to Vi.siltho 
sick. II dill nut matti-r how dark tho 
mIkIiI, or what the ailiiieiil, ,Mr. Stew- 
url. alw;iys roiiiiil his way lo llie sick 
riMiiii, iiiiil iiiiiiiy, many |ii'o|ilt> m this 
viiinily can li'slify lo llu! cIiimt uiid 
coiiifoit he hriMiKht. 

'llie deceiisi-il i.s survived by his 
wife, and It li.n year nlil ilaiiKhliT, 
.Naniii'j Anna Stewart, a ruthcr who 
lives in .SouUi lienrgiu. ami on.' sis- 
l.'C, r.'sidiiiK in Cnlnrailo. 

I'tiiieral services were held from 
till' .MethodiHl church Sntunltty nf- 
t.'ino.in ut ;;:.'!0, condueli'd by his 
pasliir, Hev. .). A. Partridge, in tho 
pieseiiLc of a large concniirse oi 
Moiiowiiig relalives ami friends. The 
pull bear. 'IS wliu were lukeii from' 
his iiiosl iiiliiiialc frIeiKls. were A. It. 
Fill tune, II. H. I,overn, W. I.. With- 
ers. .1. W. lliilland, A. (;. Catron and 
S. I'". Uluylock. The many beautiful 
lloial nlferlngs nllesled lo the cs- 
t(!em and afrection in which the ile- 
reuseil was held. In Jidditlon lo tho 
many Individual floral oderlngs. os- 
peeiully beautiful were llioso from 
.Mr. Stewart's Sunday ..sc^iool class, 
tho Jionrd of Stowards, the Walkor 
County Hosiery Mill employees, tho 



After a ten days' illness „f i„ii„. 
••n/a, W. I), siowart pa.s.sed away at' 
his home on Villhnow sireet last Fri- 
day morning at 1):;)0 o'clock. At (Icsi 
his con.lili,,,, was not eonsi.lered s,' 
••'"".H, hut a few days later he becanio 
dangerously ill. and grudually grew 
weaker uiilil the end came l-hilay 
morning. v^ 



NOVZMBEE 8. 1918. 



I.\ MliMOUIAM 

Oil Jan. 1^1. r.il8, SisliT June Hi)rnnr 
\vi;nl from liiT uarllily lioini' Lo licr 
l-';illii'i's li(i\i.Hc iif riiiiuy inucisions. 

Shfl was boni July I8JG. In curly 
life alio (fhvc Iht licarl niul life lo 
Christ nnil unili'd willi lln- Sliiloli 
Ilaplisl church, roiiiiiiniMK a ihnoul 
iiuMnbcr unlil her dcalli, ever uiJori)- 
ing the profcsBion ahtr iiiucJi-, by liv- 
ing the life of a Iruc Christian, al- 
ways ready lo do wlmlever she could 
to advance the kinRdoni of the Lord 
and lo win souls lo Christ. 

In iRT walk Qnd convcrsalion the 
prinU of the Spirit, "Love, joy, peace, 
long sulTcring. meekness, Kenlli-nes^i, 
faiUi, and palienee," could he seen. 

Her relatives and friends sorrow 
not as Uiosc who have no hope, for 
if wc believe Ihul Jesus died and 
roeo again, even so those who sleep 
in Jesus will (iod bring with Mini. 

'J'o l.l;o bereaved ones we exleml 
our deepest symiiathy.- and may the 
vacancy fell, in their hearts and 
homes bi; Bupi)Ianti'd by the thought 
of a joyi'us reunion beyond.— Mrs. J. 
ill. I.illle. Mrs. II. M. Ilcwcll, Mrs. V. 
iL. McWillinms. 



-J. ilU.il I'OI.M- .;. 

r ; . . . , '^' 

,\:.,~t \\ .•.•;>'. l..-ll.r. 
Horn r''e'iill.v I.' \ir. and Mi's. 
AiImu:- 1;..-.s. a lin.- ;;irl. 

l•^ (.K.VIKH (;H0\E Ti\ 

|+4..i~i~i..:..-..t-;..:..:...;..;H..M-.^* 

; We o:.d ^m..!),..,- «,-,|,i,„k ii n,,.,. 

•':'y. .'!.<> |.-„;,„. ,.,..,. ;.,„| „,,,.„- 

•-. Cid.-il. 

rii'T- u.is t.nn, i,,,\|j.. j.nd Mi-^ \ 
!'• '•"=—'••' 1-^. ...I ^,-M,,.,|.iv 



,.1 i> ,1, 



IIIL- lll,-,-U 



I LRTTEnS OF DIS.MISSION 

Georgia, \ValJ{cr County. 

C. E. Glass, administrator ot I,ucy 
A. Noyman, lias applied to tlio undor- 

, signed lor letters of dismission from 
said administral/irship. Notico is 
hereby given that I will pass on said 

.application at my onico In Larayotte, 
said county, on the nrsl Monday In 
November, next. Given under my 

.hand and ofllclal signature, this Oct 

,7, 1DI8. 

W. L. 8TAMSELL, Ordinary. 



.TOirs SAI.K 

I - f County. 

Wdl be »,.„j hefore the door of tho 
Irourl house of said county, within 
the legal hours of sale, on the nrsl 
'I'ue.sday in .November, l'.)IH, the ful- 
hiwing real estate!; 

Lot No. TkJ in Illock 7 of tho tcjwn 
of Hos.sville, (;eorgio. as shown by 
map rccorilod in tho otTlcn of Iho 
Clerk of tho Superior Court of Walk- 
er county, Georgia, in Deed Uook 8, 
p»KO W3. 

Tract of land No. 34 or) land lo^Np. 
10, in tho loth dislricl and Uh sec- 
lion, lying In Walker and Dado 
counties, Georgia, as shown by map 
of land lots Nos. 1 and 30 m the Olh 
district and 4th section, and Nos. 18 
and 19 in the 10th district district 
and ■ith section. Stid map rocordod 
in the ofllce of tho clerk of tho Su- 
perior Court of Walker county, Ga, 
in Deed Book II, page 5SJ. 

Terms of salo: Cash, or one-half 
cash, balance in six and twoivo 
months, with Intorest from date. 

The aforesaid real estate sold as a 
port of the cat«le of J. M. McFar- 
land, deceased, for distribution to 
tho heirs, in ccordanco with tho last 
will and testament of said J. M. .Mc- 
Farland. 

This 9th day of October, 1918. 
T. F, McFARLAND, Executor 

Of tho CBlolo of J. M. McFarland, 
Deceased. 



YKAU'S SUPI'OUT 

(ii-orgi.i. Walker (Uiimly. 

To whom it may concern. .Mrs. T»u- 
Smith, widow of A. Smith, I.tIo of ' 
said county, ilerensed, has applied lo 
tho uiiderxigueil for a year's support 
for h-r.^elf from the e.Hlnl.. of anid . 
decenseil. Notice is heri-by i:iven that 
I will (lass on said application at my 
nfllce in I.oFnyello, said county, on 
Ihe (Irsl Monday in .November, next. 
(;iv(Mi under my hanil and odlclal 
signature, this 7 day of Ortober 1918. 
W. I,. KTANS'^KI-I,. Ordinary. 
I.KITKUS OK (;iIAni)IA.NSmP 
Georgia, Wnlker County. 

Application having been mado In 
duo form lo have Mrs. V. II. Hansom 
appointed guardian of F.llen llogora, 
police is hereby given that said ap- 
pUcnlion will bo pas.ird upon at my 
nfllco on the first .Monday m Novem- 
ber, next. Given under my hand and 
ofllclal signature, this Oct. 7. 1018. 
W. L. 8TAN8ELL. Ordinary. 

LETTERS or ADMIXUTRATIO.N i 

oourgia. Walker Counly. 

Applicalion having been made la 
due form to have Frank Weaver ap-( 
pointed administrator upon the es- 1 
tale of C. D. Weaver, laic of said I 
county, decease^, notice is hereby! 
given (hat said aiiplication will be I 
passed upon at my onico on the (Irstj 
.Monrlay in December, nexl. Given 
under iny hand and ofllcial signature, i 
this November 1, 1918. | 

W. L. STA.NSELL, Ordinary. 



l.imKH.S OK A3)inMSTK.\TI0.\ ' 

•■••orgia. Walker County. 

.\pplicalion having been made in 
dui' form lu have K. .\|. Shaw ap- 
pointed udmmi.itrator upon the es- 
lule of l.u/.if Nelson, laU; of said 
county, deceased, notice is hereby 
given '.hat suid aipplicalion will be 
pa.«sed upon at my ollice on the llrst 
.Monday in Di-ci-mber. ne.xl. Gnen 
uniliT my hand and olliiial signatiiri', 
llii.t .Nov.'iiiber 1, lyiH. 

W. I,. SJA.NSKM,. Ordinary. 

I.KTTKUS OK GLAHUIA.NSIIII* 

Gi'orgia. Walker County. 

Application having been made in 
due foi III lo have F. M. Shaw ap- 
poiiileil giiairlian of the minor chil- 
dren of I.i,'.7.ie Nelson. dccr,iseil, no- 
lice IS heri-by given that said appli- 
cation will be passed upon al'my of- 
llli'e on Ihe llrst Monday in Decem- 
lier. ne.xl. Given under my hand and 
dllcial signature, tins .Nov. i, 1918. 
W. I.. ST.V.NSi:i,l., Ordinary. 



II 



hli9i^ 



•.X.\R'8 SUPPORT 

Oeorjia, W'*ikc-i- ^uul>. 

lo wnom 11 limy cooccra; Mn 
Laura Madaris, widow ot II. E. Wa 
dans, laic of «anJ coimly, ilecea^ed 
lioii applied lo llio midnrnigncd for. i 
)i!ar'B BU|)|>orl fur ln'FscIt and Iwo 
inmor fliildreii, fioiu llic osUti; ol 
said dc<:i!a»cd. Nolice is liorcby K'von 
Itial I will poxs (in naid application al 
iny olllc«^ in I.alayi;U<.', »aid couiUy, ■ 
(Ml the llrul Monday m l>oceinl»iT. 
next, ti.vrn under niy liand and of- 
(Icinl Bignulun- llii.i Uli day of .No- 

MlllllflT, I9IH. 

\V. 1,. SIAN.^KI.I.. Oidniiiry. 



VKArr.s sLProRT 

I'M-rirKiii, WalkiT (."niMly. 
'I'd wl.oni il iii:iy iKiicirn: Mr.H. .\l K 

lldKITR, WldciW lif T. .1 lll>t:<TH, lal<! I>f 

said coiinly, iIi.ti'u.'omI li;t.>t applied to 
till- iiiidiTHn;niMl for :i yisii-'n siipiMiit 
fur hi'r^eir and iin>> iiiiiior cliilil 
friiin llii- olal"- of Haid de- 
rli^ciM.Mi'il. Nntiri' i,i lir-riihy given tliiil 
1 will pii.tK on :«;iid uppliciilion :it my 
ullicc III t.:il'ii\cUi-. i;iiil (.'iMiiity, on 
llir llrsl .Mund.iv in D-itihIp.m-. ik-xI. 
(liM'n iindi-r my liuiid iiinl ollic.inl 
HiKiliilmi'. Ilils 'i day of .Nov. I'.IIK. 
\V. I.. SIW.SKI.I., Ordinary. 



I.KWK TO SKLL 

l.iMiiKi.i, W al..i'i liiiiinly. 

.\Ir.f. .Mar) .MalllU. !iilminislriilii\ 
1.1 II. i: .Mlali; of Alice llixon, lale .iI 
nuid riiimly, dereasid, lias applied lo 
llie iiiider.ii;.-ri>'d fi.r len\e lo ^i:\\ llie 
real estate he|nni,-im; lo waifl Cilule. 
.NiiLice IN liereliv Kiveli llinl 1 will 
(laHs on »aid applicalion al riiy olllcc 
ill l.al'ayelle, said eoiinly, on tin; 
(Irsl Monday in Deronilier. next, (iiv- 
cn iindrr my liand no dofTlciul signa- 
ture, t'llH Nov. 'i, IU18. 

W. L. BI'AiN«KIJ„ Ordinary. 

I.KTTKHS (ir AD.WINISTIIATIO.V 

ticorKia, Walker County. 

Ap|)licaLion linving been made in 
due form to liave (;. A. .McConnell up- 
pnintcd admini.slralor upon the es- 
tiile of C. T. McConnell, lain of said 
county, deceased, indiee is hereby 
given Uiat 8aid appliriitlon will be 
pBs.seil upon at my nlliro on the llrsl 
Monday in l>eceml>er. ne.xl. (iiven 
under my li.'ind and olliriul signalure, 
lliis iNoveinbui- ■'», 1913. 

W. L. aTA,\SEl,I,. Ordinary. 



ADMIM.sTll.VTOirS SAl.i: 

(ieorgia. WulLer Counly. 

My virli.e of an order from lli 
Court of Ordinary, of sunl counly, 
will be sold li) llu- liigliest and beat 
bidder, within the legil liours of 
Rale on the llr.'it ■I^les^lay i,a Decern-' 
ber, next, being the .Ird day of l)o- 
rember, |<i|.x, al the court house do.ir 
m .said :<lale and county, llu! follow- 
ing de.scritied propi'i'ly, to-wit: 

All Hint tri'.cl of land'tying and be- 
ing in Walker county. (;eorgia and 
being Hie suulh lujjf of land lot No. 
one hundred and foil>-Ilvo (l^.'i': 
wcsC',hair of lot No. three hundred 
and Iwenly-four (.TJJ; and six (C> 
acres more or h-'fs of lot No. one 
luindi-.'d nnd forly-six (HO^ descri'i- 
ed as folmwa: ConiiiU'licing at the 
roulhwost corner of lot numhor ono 
humli-cd and forly-six {1 10> and run- 
ning hast twenly-lK-e (Jo) rods lo r. 
rod; corner: thence norlh forty (10) 
rods lo a alone cfirqpr; Ihrnce west 
Iwcnly-llve ('^5) rods lo a slone 
corner, and Ihcnce. south forty (40) 
rods to beginning point. All the a- 
liovo lands arc in llio ninth (0) ilis- 
Irict n;id fourth (*) section, Walker, 
county, Cieorgia. 

i Abo the following l^nds in Ibn 
;icnlh (10) difilrict nnd fourth (i^ 
acclion. Walker counly.^^Gcorgia; 
Land \<Af. numbers ono hunored nnd 
sixty three (103). ono hundred and 
nlnety-fccvci) (107), two hundred and 
ono*(2i)i), two hundred nud two 
(202), two hundred nnd thrco (203) 
pnd ten (10) acres more or less off of 
the casL'sido of land lot number ono 
hundred and sixty-four (164), lo- 
golhof with all the minerals nnd 
ixiinlng rights on cnliro.lot. " 
I To bo sold as the property of Ro^. 
|V. 11 inkle, dncoased. for dtelribullon. 
[The properly xsill bo flralolTercd in 
soparalo parcels and then otTerod nf 
nn entirely, and whichoVor brings 
the mn.sl will bo accepted. Terms of 
sale: Half cash, bnlanoo due in 12 
months with 8 per cent Interest from 
dale, note xdlh approved securilj-, 
with pflvllego of purchaser, paying 
all c«»h. ■-':.■ : ' 

I a. M. MA8SEY and GEO. H INKLE. 
Admr«, JVoborl V. Ulnj^'e,* ]C)«:ftftaod^ 



AD.MIM.STnATOUS SALK 

Georgia— Walker County. | 

lly virtue of an order issued from 
the Court of Ordinary. Walker coim- ' 

ty. :i'.'orgia. at il.s Nov. lorm, wi'.l 
be sold before the court house door 
in the loWii of l.al'ayctle, said stale 
und county on the llrst '1 iiesday in 
Deremlier, iwxi. Iieinu I he .Trd day o' I 
Deceinoer, \yiltiiu llie legal hours of 
safe U) the highest and best bidder. 
Iho following described property, lo- 

"Onc hundred nnd seventy (170)1 
acres of land nu»n! or less nnd being 
I nil of land lot number llfty-two (OJ' I 
I in Hie seventh (7lh) district and' 
'. fourth dlh" SMclion of Walker coun- 
ly, <;a., and leu (ll» acres more or 
less of lot nnd being lot number nri> 
(me (50. len (10) ncres of same do- 
s.-riboi as follows: lleginning nortii 
of Villnnow road and running with 
wii'e fOnce, llience due north to ori- 

went U begiiuiing point. Being »a.nej 
lands as incntione<l in bond for title 
0. M. Buttle to U. T. Tucker, Dec. 21. 
1917. To be sold a* flie proi>crty of 
U. T. 'i'uckcr, decca-scd, and for thel 
purp<>3e of paying debts and distri- 
bution. Terms of sale cash, 
'i'his November G, i'JlS. 

I W. C. GHKHN, Admr, 
b. T. Tueki'T, Deceaseil. 

YKAn.S SlPrOllT I" 

Cw'orgia, Walker (...unly. 

'Jo whom It may concei-n: .Mrs. .\1 K l ^ 
lingers, widow of 'I'. .1 Uogcrs. late of 
said county, deceased has aiiplied lo 
till' uiiiliTslgned fill- a yeai's support 
for herself and one minor child 
from llie e^lalc of Naid de. 
dec-ased. Nollie is loTehy given that 
1 will pass on saiu appliciion at my 
olhce 111 l,al-a>elle, said count)-, on 

I I he (list .Mond.i) III /)-eeiiilii'r, ii'-xl. 
(iixen under my hand and ollicial 
signature. I his i day of Nov. I'.ilH. 

W. I,. ST.W.SKI.I,, Ordinary. I 



i,i;a\I'; io .skli, 

(.eorgi.l, \\a:.>ei Coiuily. 

.Mrs. .Mary .Malllll. adminislrulnv 
Id the i'slali; (d Alice Hixoii, late ...^ 
said roiinl)-, dei eiisc d, has applie.l lo 
llie lilirlersixie'd for have lo .s.tll the 
real ('Stole bi'longiiig lo said eslule. 
Notice IS heiehx- given Hint I will 
pass on said application at my olllce 
III l.al'ayelte. said county, on the 
llrsl Monday in Oecomber. next, (.iv- 
cn under in)' hand an dolllcial signa- 
ture, t'lis Nov 4, IIM8. 

W. L. SI'ANSKM,, Ordinary. 




' / o /Ilia 



AD»nM8TnATOn'6 8ALK 

fteortfiu, \\'»lkcr County. 

By Virtue of an order Trom tho 
6ourl of Ordinary of said county, 
will bo sold at puMic oulijry within 
Uic legal liuufH ol Bale, on llic llrsl 
TuPitday in iKjccniticr, UM8, al the 
door of llif lifuit lioiiBc i)f 91111I coun- 
ty, lo Mm liiglii.'ijl liiddor lor cnili, tho 
fulluwiiiK liuuls ol Idiii'J 111 aaici 1:01111- 
ly, to-wit; 

One town lol m tin' l/iwii of l.yllc, 
.iia. a? sliuwii in ll»: |iliil ui k.-iii! 
town, -ind biiiiiK lol >o. 0. lyiiiK west 
of tlio I'.cntriil iif <M-iirgia raiUvay di-- 
Uol, fronliii;; (Ik- railroad !!((> frcL 
and iii.iniiiK l>ark \\-'>l mi" liiindn-d' 

and tin> Iri-I. li ;; a pari of land I 

lol .No. 1:1. Ill 11..- '.'Ill di.MlricI audi 
/||li .iclIioii of .■<:iii| niioiily, li.t dc- 
bcril.r.l III a dri'd ri-i-oidi-il in IIcioa ■ 
of l)ocd.i No. Id, liaK<r aj-j. \ 

.\Uo till' iiorlli I, air ,if |..l .\(>. 'A. un 
lot of Ibnd .No. 171, an I li>-niK near, 
tir; J.ylli! d.-pol ..n Mi.- (ji-iitnil of 
t;<'or),'ia railway. Iinnhiii; llfly fix'l 
on till! iiublic rxad, allowing lirtion 
JirL from Ihf ciMil^i' fif llic rnuil and 
rtinnini< caul lo Un- Inn- In-lwi-oii l)y- 
i-r and OiOiurii, Im-jii^- tlic. Manic laiid-t 
l-0incyi;d l.y N. II. (aircnlll lo II. U. 
Ijatiwcll. a.s nliowii liy deed recorded 
ill HooU of l»ccds No. II, pane I'.Ti. .Said 
lot hoiiiK in llio mil dintricl and illi 
section of said county. 

Also lot No 2 in llic iioilticayt corn- 
er of llic. Houtti half of land Inl .No. 
171, in Ihi; i»Ui dislri.d and Uli section 
of said counly. fronting one hundreJ 
foel on Ihc public road; tlicncc run- 
ning ii\)f\ to llic line of sold lol of 
land, and being near the J-yl'o depot 
nil Iho r.enlral of (ioorgia railway, 
end being the Mnnio lands ah pur- 
tlm}ed from W. II. Underwood by H. 
a. iiaywell on (Iclobcr M, IHIKJ, n.s 
shown by deed recorded In Hook of 
Pcods No. 0, page ■43d. Thorn is ex- 
cepted from the afarosaid doscrlp- 
lion of lot No. 2, sixty foot on the 
north side of tho lot, lining Ibe on- 
liro length of said ItfL,. Tho pari of 
said lot lo lie sold embraces Ihe 
slorchouso of 11. ll. Ilagwell, degoas- 

Also four arros, more or b'«!<, of lot 
•f land No. 1:1. ill iho Olh dislricl' 
oud <lli scrliiiii of said county, com-' 
tneiirii;g ut llie norlh oast curner of I 
liind lo; Ni,. 7 of |||,> plul of llm town ! 
(if Lytlo, (ill., ririniiiK south one hun-| 
drcd .ind forly yards Ihcnon wosi 
win iiundred and fory yards, thence 
' iiorlb ono luindred and forly yards,' 
llicnce coat one liiiiircd. and forty' 
ynnis, lo the iMunt of beginning. I 
'I^lie aforcHHid real eslato being a ' 
^n^l of the c^*|;^lo of H. II. It.•lg^v(■ll. | 
, doccaaed. will be sold for the pur- : 
poso o(»distrlbulion lo the lieiin nl 
la#. ' I 

MnS.KATK DAOWKM.. ' 
Admlnistralrix of Ihe estate iif Jl. 
D. Dag^vclI, Deceased. ' 



I.KI n;ii.s <ir ad.wimjstuatio.n 

(icorgia, Walker t^unly. 

A|>plication having been made in 
due form to have i\. \. .McConnell ap- 
pointed adniininlralor upon llie es- 
latc of 0. T. McConiK-ll, lalo of said 
county, deceased, notice is hereby 
given that said n|i|ilieation will be 
pasucil upon at my ofllri) on the llrst 
Monday in l>i'ccmtn'r, iic.xL. (liven 
under my hand and ollkial signaliirc, 
this iNoveinber i, 1013. 

W. L. aTANSELL, Ordinary. 



I v>' (wr?;T . T , 7 . -?: , -i t >< , . ' ., > , 

I 1 1 W >»lr IS ' J ! ■»< Ill, i ' 



2pa!=! 



MRS,'}. W. HE6WO0B 

DIEb SATURDAY AFTERNOOI 
AFTER LINGERIflG ILLNESS 



Afltr a lingering illness of many 
monlbs with tuberculosis, Mrs. J. W. 
Hegwood died at her home near \'il- 
lanow, Saturday afternoon at 1 o'- 1 
clock. I 

The; deceased was 01 years of agr- j 
and was a woman of excellent cliar- 
acler and gentle disiiosilion. She had , 
been ni declining health for llie last ' 
eight rnonlli5<, and for the last Hire.- 1 
inonttia had been an invalnl. She siif- 
fcreil inlcn.se pains but liore it all 
anil iwver murmuriMl. She alway"> 
gieeti'd her friends who \i.'<iled h"-i 
Willi a hearty welcmiie ami up-' 

j.r.nale.l evei y lilHi' kind d I llial 

any one did. 

She was marneii u lien a yoiur.- 
Woman In Mr. foiii Haiiiey ami lo 
llieiii ,vcre horn four cliililreo. .\lr. 
Itailli'y dieil III a few ycMin llii;n slie 
was nnirrie.l :i;.';:i:i in llimi lo .) , \S'. 
lleg\vr...d. 

Sin' i.iofrs^^-il a l:op.' in i:'.,;'!-' ill 
lier ..ailv hie .111.1 JO. Ill' I III,; Me i. '- 
(list i-l;iiicli 1:1 which slie ever |i\ I .1 
cniisecraled member until de.iifi. 
I luring her illne.ss she lalki-i] to'le ' 
friends of Im'i- home above and aske-; 

them all to live so lo 1 t lii;r. 

I I'lini'ial sr-rvices wen; hehl from 
the Siililifiia Mellio.iis. cliiiicli Sun- 
day afleiei n al -':in oi-locl> by her 

(.asti.r. lies. .\e|...n llni-|.-y. in tie' 
preseiire of a lalTe cuiU'iiirse i.f 

sorrow in;-' ri-|,ili\e- :iii,| li I~. In- 

lernienl follow.-, I at. tli.' |..eal c-:iie- 
leiy. 

The di>e;.s.-.l is s:ir\ived l.y her 
111 shan.l aii.l lour clnMii-ii ami sev- 
en .step-i-hildn-n. ll.-r ilulitr.'ii .ir.- 
Mrs. 1:. 1;. I air of Kas' Lake. Ti-nn.. 
and Itev. firaiiMlh- ICMiiey ol Mcll.;.. 

I la., and Nh-.i'k l). Ila y. wlm is wiili 

Ihe American l-Apedilion,ii\ I'orc s 
in I'rance. and Miss Naiini.' Ilamey 
of \illaiiiiw: her sl.'|i-cliildreii are. 
II. T., W. I', ami I'eriy of l.al-ayette, 
.lolin and l-'leleher llegwoo.l and Mrs. 
Ola Keowii and Mrs. .Inn Morrisni of 
Villanow. | 

l-'riends of the grief slrickiMi fam- 
ily extend Iheir heartfelt sympathy 
111 this sad hour of Iheir hercave- 
iiient, especially to her daughter. 
Mkss Nannie, the faithrul little nur.-e 
who stood by her side through all 
her illness; in deed slii! was very de- 
voti'il lo tier mollier and we owe her 
much praise. 

\\'ritlen bv her rousin. 

.iKssu: wY.vri'. 



b ■ +• 

^ c£D<vn croxt: 4* 

-Mrs Eva UunK^r rcccivoU a cablo- 
gram from France Usl-wwX eUtlng 
(he dcalh of bm- ^lusband. Elmer 
nunUjr. lift »■»« »'ill''<l ih» ^"^^^ .''.'^ 
of'8cploml>c^,.Wo all •y"JP«^^^^'' 
Mrllh the bocctved wlfo and falhor 
and TDoUjorJ ', •<^;,- _.."-•' 

' \|i- ;iiul Mr<. I' It. <i.l-'lr;iii ;>u- 
ii..iiiir.- Ill'- m:iirui-:i' .>r lli.-ir .laiiuh- 
;:.T. r.l.ii-^i.- I..''-. I" .1:1111'-' \r.utk 

II.MIII. Mill llf S. T, lliMi-ii, ll>'lll "1 
'i:iii.-U:ii.:iUn;ii. I'ln' mi|iliiil- wi.' 

|v,.l.- i/i-.l Smiilay ;ill.Mii.M.ii ;il. .1 

l,,-.-l..,-k III l.al-:i.v.-ll.-. IIm- lull vtw. 
;,-.T.ni.iii> li.-iiit: ii>'M. lln- ll''\ l>. I' 
'I. mil.- .■I11im;iI.-.I. II"' lni.l.' wor.' > 
'lihi.- |.i-..;iilrl"lli -ml willi Imu|m- luil 
'.nil! ^lii\"'S. Slir W.I- .I'.li'Miliil liy 111''' 
: .|... r. Ml-.-. Il<>.--ii- OiNliiil'- ^'H'' •'^''"■' 
.Kx:i ll.iv.ar.l. Mr. au'l Mi'* M-'arii will 

:-,'.i,|.. Ill llif It.iii'l .i|.:uiiiii-iil. r.lii.l.- 



1 M I 1 H3 I 1.1 I ; 1 - 1 ' M- H- 1 

1- LlNWOOO LOCALS +1 

«• + 

t-i-j-r . ' . i.. i -t. ! . i .. i .. ; .. M -; -M-I-+ 1 
1 \\a< i t rtainly sorry lo luT.r of Uic 
(l.-alli .il .Mr. Sti'wail. for In- wus 
wniMi fiii'ii.l of miiu'. iliiniig III 
.M.-.^sciiK>T coulr.sL in whuli 
l>nrl. 

llic wi'.ldinK bells liiivo lioi-ii riiiK- 
iiiK- III l.iiisvooil apaiii. on SaUinlay 
aflciuoiin (i{ l)i-l.'-'0. Mis.-* Viii4i.' llisc 
was iiiarncd lo Mr. l.ullioi- Marlm. 
.•..ri'iiioiiy lu'iiig iH-rfoniu'il liy 
1. >;. l..-ni\ur.l. .U»' Hi^'-. I"' 
[|i,. hndi' gave llu-in a si.v 
siu'pi'i-. I" wliicli 111 
r,-w iiiliMiaU- Ini'Mil: 
.\lsii .Miss l-'iaiiki 
wo.mI, aiul 11. 'v. 11. ^ 

Icll. WlTC iiiulivl 
inalriiii'iiiy al lliv 
V. lull- ..iiss I'l-a-' 
ciuisiii 
.nil.'' oNl 



Town and County 



Lu SHAW + 

IT. -i- 

■ j Till' lyody of Mrs. lliclianl Momls 

:|was laid lo rrsl in llio ircnu'lcry Ihto 

•hliursday. li.-r di-alli bi-iiiK from 

pm-uinonia. W'l' wi.sli to cxli-iid oiii 

idi'''|ii'sl .-ymiialliy lo lb'' family ami 

I also lo Mr. and Mrs. Wrdialf wli. 

!|.i.-l llii'ir liLlli- bal.y fmin lln' saim' 



II ; 
n Ui< 



h-.-asr.. 

Mr. a:i'l Mrs. .laniis l>ow 
.,.jvin!i coiiKraluIalioiis 

Mr aii.l Mrs. f-liailii: M<T'I 
ivc.Mvii.K coiikMaliilalions on 



d of a daimlili'r. 



birllil 



Itov. 

Uior of 

o'clock 

iidaliv fs and a 

wiTi" invili'il. 

I'l-asi'. of I.iii- 

t;. f.oi-doll, of Ca'.- 

in lioly bonds of 

.sdli'. W I'dlli'.-diiy, 

was on a \ ibil lo 

Mi.-s ll.-rlo' Matins, llu".- 

i,d I'liiiuT.dulalions. 



Born Friday lb Mr. and Mrs. Tbos. 
o'l Poppcnj, a fine son.. . i 

e, . «»• -i- 1- 

he look' I 

I LN MEMOnV. ' 

In memory of my Sabbath School ' 
pupil »nd friend,. J. E. -Hunlcf, son 
of,W, O. and LoLUo L. Hunle^ of 
1 Cedar Orove, Oa. Twonly-slx ypar.| 
I ago the 15lh of lojl July Mr. and Mr«. 
, llunlcr'fl parental Joy was crowned 
I Iwhcn God gave llicm ttiis brighl- 
I Icyed baby boy lo rear for Hia Kmg 

[dom. ' 

1 1 .He grew lo manhood's esLale and 
Bohie live or six years ago married 
Sliss Eva Crowdor, daughter of Ur. M. 
M. Crowdor, of Cedar (irovc. 'lo Ibis 
IhU union ono little boy was born. 

The 2nd day of April l'.»18 be wa^ 
called lo Ibo colors from Tampa, 
Fla, where bo was al work in Uio 
employ of y. S. helping lo budd 
ships. Ho was In training jusl si\ 
\?oek8 before ho embarked for France 
the 17lh"day of May. His ship was 
ancjiorcd out from lloUifax Iwo days. 
X.hon sol sail for England, where they 
landed Iho Olh day of June, fli^'wrolo 
Iho "over eeo trip did not make him 
sick as il did ■ some of tin; boys." 
which was forlunalc' for bim. Ho" 
belonged 16 the medical corps. Tbii 
ones Ihat gave llrsl aid to injured in 
Iho f^onl lino of Ircnches. The last 
lellor ho wrolc his pnronU was datell 
SopL 18Lh, 1018, and the cablegram 
they received >iov. Clh slallng that 



LN MEMORY. 

Died in St. Elmo, Texas, .8«p't. 15/ 
1918, Marcus Irvln Dickcrson. Ucwas 
tho iwm of Dr. R. li. DicVerson and 
Sophia Talc and a brother of R. N. 
Dickcrson, was born in Marietta. 

Wil'i patriotism and love of ad- 
venture ho gave himself lo the causo 
of Iho South when a mere- boy. At 
the close of the war ho made his 
home in Texas. Ilo married Miss 
Afpnlcrey McDonald who preceded 
him lo rest. Mr. Dickersoh was an 
industrious un-assuming man. Tho 

Tho minister who conducted his fu-.[i,o f^ll ih action Sept. 2'Jtb, UH8. Axi- 
ncral, and who had kno>'n him since other ono of our bravo soldier boys 
early ir.anhood, said his mollo waa Laid Iho price to give froedoiii to the 
"Olhdri First." ., . . ' Joppro.sscd.. While our hearls ache to 

He leaves throe sons and Ihrpc think wq will not clasp band with 



daughU-rs who moprn tho loss of a 
devolc'J father, also two sisters, Miss 
Mahiij bickerson. of Laf'ayctte, and 
Mrs. Geo. JacHspn, of Cartcrsvilloi 

"Weeping may endure for a night,^ 
bul Joy comclh In the morning." 
■^ XXX. 

.Mrs. Lcf\Fryf> Dlctl Salurdny. 

Mrs. I/Co Fryo.Bged 39, dicd,al her 
homo at Estcllo last Saturday'. The 
deceased .was the daughter of Mrs. 
M. D. lALlly of taFnyotlc. She is 
survived by a liusand and several 
children,' .licr fnOther, six brothers 
and IwCiMBtCrs. ' 

Funeral services were held al Falr- 



El;n6r an# more, yet wo are proud 
as ho said In his Idler to father and 
mother, that he could go over nhd do 
his bit' U) help win Ihin awful war 
with the holpof God. He was offer- 
ed a handsome salary lo stay and 
work in the ship yards, and also said 
ho. would enjoy being al homo with 
loyod-opes; bul(u8ing his ownWords) 
"l. would not want lo be oven there 
all tho time and the othfir follows all 
oVer hero. I want to be In the bvmcn 
to .bolp ilnlsh this thing," but somt; 
had lo bo sacrificed 'i^ this nobln 
jcauso and our friend and pupil was 
[QPOOf Iho number. i 

IN MEMORY. 



.view c'lurch Bujiday. Interment im- ■ > ti, „,„,„„„t' „f v, V^" r, ^ ' '" 
modiat'jly followed -, memory of Vlra Emma Scrogv '.' 

.moaiaijiy I0110V4CU, . RlnVT-liorn Sept. lo.too9. Died Bopl. ■; ' 



f.tTlh., 11)18, 



'.'-^hi^ 




■.-iThd dcfccaseil was tho daughter dfi^^-* 
lynnfiln and KiUin Scroggins who dld':%< 
oll.llict huAian hands could in hopt^^i 
dt her r?eovcry, Jjul the cne(^J?■.^^■^' 
•VBdcd,;itreir borne and lllllu Vir 
;4locp»v!n dcapi »Valllng,^Ulo »um«i 



1 1/2,2^/1'^ it 



IN AI1::M«>AY 



On Ihf morning of /an, 7, Iho d«-ath_ 
anKcl ca:ue inlu (lie home of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. C. .MlUihcIl and took from' 
llicm llifir son, John. Ho had Jusl 
parsed Into Lhn prime of manhood, 
and wan only sick a ftfw days. | 

Kvory'.liing thai loving hantfx cnuld 
da^wBS done by mother, falhor, wife 
and friends, bul God called him lo 
come up hlAher lo All a vacanl place . 
around lliri*lhrono. I 

John always had a kind word»for , 
everybcKly and was IdTftd by all who ■ 
knew nim. Wo feel Msurwd thai our 
loss Is his oterDal ^In. tie bore hit' 
sicknesi wilh groal c6uf*f« tnd pa- 
Ucnce, not a roumur u<;tt>ed bit llpt 
during the time of bii flioknost. \ 

He professed a hopQ -in C3>rtst \ti ' 
lOU and Joined lh« Naoihl Bh'^Ult 
church, living a conaUteni (UDniber 
Ull Uro ilmo of his deal&. Wt Wuld 
say to tho bereaved onea,\"We*p 661^' 
for him. bul prepare yourWvei^tbt, 
meet hltii In thai sweet byto tnd oT^- 
whera no sorrow or death will •vtir.' 
coma. ? 

John wits a good, kind and obedient 
boy and tried to do what he thought 
wat Hkbl and that makes us feel 
thtt whcQ baa was taken from ui he 
was plaebd with tho angols Jn heav- 
en, lie leaves a host of relatives and 
friends lo mourn his going. 

■'■'', Written by a Frlond. 



LN MEMORY 

Dauscwcll Rogers, the subjecl of 
tills short sketch, was the son of 
James and Sarah Rogers of Dunlap; 
Tcnn. i 

In Nov. 1855 he moved with his pa- 
rents lo Indiana. At Ihc beginning oX 
the Civil War his parents both died, 
leaving liim an orphan at the age of 
seven years. 

He came to Walker county with 
his uncle, Jerry Hallleld, making 
Ihi.s his home until tho year I80b. Hti 
was converted during a revival con- 
ducted by Ilev. J. B. McFarland at 
Liberty school house in 1870. He 
joined tho Methodist church and 
lived a devoted Christian life for 
many years. 

Dauspwcll Rogers was never mar* 
ricil bill lived in the Upper Cove 
wilh llio lliiads, Shankles and Evatts. 
He lovod everybody and al^-ays had 
a smile for everyone. Il/wa».truo to 
his cluii-ch. good in sickness and 
• harilaliU; in every cause„ 



BAXUEL B. GILREATIL . j^ MEMORY 

Thtlraday August 15. |0'8, ^^o^J ,^ ^ ^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ 

home and eondueurf the genUe 'P r-l^fT^v. G. and LotUe L. Hunterv of 
a of tlie kind falh.r and loving tiUs- 1 ^^^ ^ ^^ Twenty-six year.,' 

band, Mr. Samuel B. Ollrcalh lo Ina ^ . j j j 



colcstlal homo above. 4 

Mr. Gllrcalh was a highly respect- 
ed cltiycn, living In thovlclnltj of 
Harrlsburg whore he had been living 
for about six years. As a clliicnUe 
jlood Iilgh In tho respect of his fel- 
}owman, always displaying a true 
Clirlsllcn life, true and loyal lo his 



life 



ago the iSth of laal July Mr. and Mr 
Hunter's parental Joy was crowned 
when God gave them this bright- 
eyed baby boy lo rear for His King 
dom. 

He grew lo manhood's est^Ue and 
some live or six years ago niSrried 
kiss Eva Crowdor, daughter of Dr. M. 

., , , , , , 1 . „|M. Crowdor, of Cedar Grove. To this 

Master's cause. As a husband hoj^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ,.^^j^ ^^^ ^^^ 

waa-always devi.ted lo his helpmnlc.. ^^^ ^nd day of April 1918 he wa, 
always trying to prepare for her „„,,„ ^ i„ .i. 1 * .,• 

, ' ' , , , » 1 . . f„ called to the colors from lampa, 

happ ness ant comfort. And as a la- „, t . . , 1 . , 

.' ' ' , ,,,„ Fla, where ho was at work m the 

thor a ways trying to display H^n "• „/ n a », 1 1 1 v 1 1 

, ,,. , . /. , , ,„ ,,|. employ of y. S. help iig to buikl 

of Chr »l llinl reigned In h's ,.-, ., ^ , . • • . ■ 

ships. Ho was n IrainmK just six 



heart, and trying lo raise his three \ *^ .,,,,. 

V . .1 . ,. „,„u,. ,.,„„ weeks before ho embarked for Iraiicc 

boys In a way tlial would mako them - 

.1 ••• I - .,o,.« II, ..rr, t'lo 17th day of May. His sup was 

worthy citu.eiis, and prepare lliora j , , ,, ,,., , . 

for Ih.vgreal llfo abovo. ' f "-^-t'orod out frorn Hall.fax two days. 

I Mr. Gilrealh was born near Trion. |h°» Tn J^'. Eng and. where they 

'da. In Chattooga couniy, December ""'l.'-d ^''C ^^^ day of June. n.<wroto 
6 1858 where he lived till he move.l ^^o over sea trip did not make him 
to Walker Co, on July 0, 1890. Hoj«":k a3 it did - some of tho boy.s." 
was married lo Miss Rosa Loo 8hipp.K»;'<='' ^as fortunate for hiin. Ho 

iwho has been his devoted wife andPelonged 16 tho medical corps. The 
helpmate, andwho+ins shared all hi«»n" that gavo Ural aid to injured in 
burdcHS. sorrow and happlnos;*, andM'" ^^-ont lino of trenches. The la.st 
who so londorly adminlsUirod lo Wm.rtter ho wrote his parents was datetl 
and did everything that loving handipPL »«''l'. »0'8, and the cablcgrain - 
and a kind heart could do for hlm^'cy received Nov. Olli .•staling that 
during his Illness and death. ' h" fd' 'h action Sept. 29lli. 1918. A.n- 

i IfBOoms so hard to ua for God loo"."''- O"" <>{ our bravo soldier boys 
call awny our lovpd onoa. but" w^Pa'd the price lo give froedoni lo llie 
know that Ho knowolh host and dOr^PPros^cd. While our hearts aclio to, 

' clh evorylhlng for tho best, all w(l'»n^ wo will not clasp hand with 
candolatoboBubmi88ivcloHl8will;EI;n«r.on# more, yet wo arc proud 
'and wait for the time when wo shal " ''" ^airf In his loiter to father and 

understand. ■ '^^ ' jr^H?,-'.^'"/ f "°"''^.f ° "'■"■, °,^'' '*° 

I In th»^ spring of 1894 Mr. Gllreall^f> » " |^ l« help wm this awful v%-ar 
end hU wife bolh'joined the Molho|wjth the holp of God. He was ofTcr- 
dlsl church at Berrylon. Oa, by pro od a handsome salary to stay and 

work in the ship yards, and also said 

OrotI.er l>cw,tt Gilrealh. of Trion ^ ^"'d c^Uoy being at homo with 

In UlKing lo him before his dcatJ 7?*"^^;^ ^J"''"",'"" "'' »-"*^7;-''^' 

h« «r><.,„/vi ^^n-^i,-,. It, . . ,, .n .1 would not want lo be oven thorn 

ne soemco consciwis that his time td n .v .. ■ <. .1 , ,, 

die was close at hand, but he did no^*'^ '^" '""%""•* ^ '? °^"f ?"?" "" 
fear»,alh. ho v^^ willing >ver ^^re- I want ^ ^e in the buncn 

obey < Jed's command, and he waTj'^'^""""* .^''"' .^"'"S',,^"^ '^'J]^ 
willing lo din any lime God called M^'"^ ^ ^° "'«='-'"«'J^ '" ,"''» .^'^^^'■ 
Mm. although he di.tn't crave death !""'"'""'^ our friend and pupil was 
nor ho didn't crav..:„U-ve.tJfcours.'°"rI^'>°°^'"';f,';-, „ . „ ^ 

i.c hated U. die and l.-avc his pcoplcJ^''^."" ';^'' " " '""^'"''" '"-^'"^ 
i.':l war wii.ing for God to l.ave h„ •^'"■'«^'»" "'"'"'^''^ ^•''" ''="^ ^"-K'^*^ 
way. He WW, one who could truly i*^" °"'^ *^*'"'^ '''" ''*'' ''"'' ^° ^^ 
say "OliI death where is thy sting"^' ^" '^^'''"' "'''• "^^' '^'^ ''■''° ''^'" ' 
Oh I grave where is thy victory " 'Hlvon— wo know, wo know. Oh 

And Just as long &a God let hlmf^'^"'^^ ^^ ^"'"^ *''" "°w belong to 
live li2 showed that gcnllo and obe-^'*'* Ondlcss.chaln of parents that 
dienl spirit, which showed that God'"''*^''* '*'"' ^^'«*'° Ihelrboys laid upon ' 
was with him and conducted him ^' *! ""''"'"'^'*'='' *"''='' '"- bir. 0, lru?t 
safely lo that belter world beyond ^°° ""'^ rejoice that you have a link 

Weep not dear loved ones for we ^" '^^ *^*'*'° *''"'• helped to bring ■. - 
know it is only a short time till ^.^.frccdom and Joy to so many blighted 
Shan meet him in that beautiful land ^>o"'e«- Ood/ In His inllnito mcroy ' 
place \vncrc Chrisl has gone to pre-!?"''*'" ^"^^ """^ ''"'P '"'" ^° "="" ^^^ 
pare foi those that know and fcarl'v,?''^ ^'^^''•''" ^ ^ * ^"^'■'^ »°''l"=r «>'■ " -. 

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A Nophcw and .Mece. 



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IN MEMOnY. r' 1 

■■? In' memory of Vira Emma Scrog- 
ginl— Ikjrn Sept. ia. 1900. Died Sept. ^ 
17lh.',10i8.' .,■' -l.'-r. 

'fiThe dcccastHl was Lho daii^htcf or-t 
iJbnfiln and KlUio. Scroggins who did* 
til .liitt huftian hands could In hop**^; 
ot her re<;overy, ))ul the cncoiy-M^f^ 
\adc<Vifiei» homo and Illllo VliV 
tlocpSvIn dtalh •walling the, 8un>-| 
mons of lho Llfo Glvcr:wfJearth«j 
TOlcfk,*cr ■ Ihe Arch«ng«t ■>»ni^''^lbej 
trump- of CKhI shall c«ll ^e^ flf'om^y 
alofnbM-lb Homo, Bwcot-IIomo In Ihft- . 
t:vorh|«l|n« Kjngdbra ot ^^o^.'^^^V^'* [' 

• /: rf»d, .</>C:H^^;» ••;;^^^i^^:^'r'^.i^ 

AM Nslut^\»c<iw^ hbrCpbniioHftflerf. ^ 
And -wUhtaredalVl^ei^-J^'^ ; ^ " l V It 
Hope JcSU Iwjtmd Ui^>^; botmjfc- ., 9^; 

■v^ Unite.. .■;^,-^^:,V^fp'->^:l-|' 
When whai w* »<r«r deplort,V<* ' ^-'.SK 

Ui*,^»»HloHi» ttiff Otrrctt' grfcTtfjVfd.? 
tmilft'rttfr(ir Sefitinmbcr J«I8.-^lit^« 



W.H.WARDLAWDIED 
EARLY WEDNESDAY 



I'OlXOWING KinOKK OF PA- 
IIALYSIS MONDAY NIGJIT— 

ul:atii caa^k M BiibcK - 

\.^'*'r^,;:x. 4-,.. .■■■<: ' ,... '■" 
V N ' .- •'■^'^V .-'V- • .^ •.• . , . • 
J.w'nife"tiooth^CarIy Wcdncsdny mcini- 
Wi pT'^V. H. \Vardlaw« at hla hojiio 
on >'orlh ■^lnln strip-., (oilowiiig „.a 
flrokoof paralysl-i Monday nlfchl, 
ccmo ai a disLlnol shock to this coiii- 
munlty and will bo Icaroed with re- 
^trot by lho pcoplo of lho county. 

Tl»o\docca8cd had boon la declin- 
ing henllh for more than a year.' 

^^f. WnrJlaw was born near Mur- 
plireoboro, Tenn, and camo with his 
parents, Cnpl. oiid Mrs. J. C. Ward- 
law, to Walker county whllo 'quite 
yoi^ng. Ho was llrfll married to. Ml«a 
KlUa Ann Wall, k) whom were bora 
nino chddrcn, seven, of whom sur- 
vive hhn— C. W. and Jas. W. Ward- 
laV.of Chattanooga, 8. W. and B. F. 
Wirdlaw of LaFayeltc; Mrs. Mary 
Clarkson, of Mcnio; Mrs. Dora Eng- 
land, of Florence, 6. C, and Mrs. N. 
n. Henderson of Villa Uica,'Ga,:ula 



YKAR'S SUPPOftT 

Georgia. Walker County. 

To whom it may concern: Mrs. 
Laura Madaris, widow of R. E. Ma- 
daria, lalo of eaid county, deceased, 
has applied Id tlio undersigned for a 
year's Bupport for herself and two 
minor children, from the estate of 
said dccea^-icd. Notice is hereby given 
Ihat 1 will pa»a on Said application al 
my ofllco in-LjiFayotle, said county. 
on the first Monday in December, I 
nexL Given under my hand and of- 
ficial signature thi3 4th- day of No- 
vember, 1918. 

•^ W. L. STANSELD, Ordinary, 



* ^T:An'.S SUPPORT 

Georgia, Walker County. 

To whom it may concerns Mrs. M F 
Ilogors, widow of T- J- Rogers, late of 
said county, deceased, has applied Uf 
lho undersigned for a year's support 
for herself and onq minor child 
from lho estate of caid de- 
dccenscd.- Notice is hereby (?lvon that 
,1 will'pass on said application al my 
ofllco m ,I,al"ayelto, said county, on 
tho Aral Monday in D«ccuibcf, next. 
Given under 'my hand. and omcial 
fiignoturo, this 4 day of Nov. 1918. -" 
■)V,L. STANSELI,, Ordinary.' 



lettehS (»f ADsjTMsmAtiq.N 

Gcorgfa, Walker County..^ >' ••. 
•AppIIcaflon having. been made In 
second marriage ^-as to Miss Ellia.v^,.(,fom la'haveCL AIMcConnolI n'li- 
Ilunlflr, of Cedar Grove, who BUrr . pointed administrator "upon lho C»- 
yives hlra. He is also 8urvlvo<J by two .. j^j^ „{ q 'J^^ McConnell, late of said 
brothers, Jajnes A. Wardlaw, - of eounty,' deceased, notice U herebV 
Chultanooga, i\nd Jphn Wardlaw of,-'vgtycrt*ihal'i5aid ftppIlcaUgn wlli bo 
MFayottc, together with » host of >■ pj^^p^-^p'^^j.^y ofjlcoon tho'flrst 
olhef. relatives and friends ^hQ> K^^^^y fn'pc^cmbcr.^ncxt:"; dKTjn 
dpPDlyjTioum his doath.^ ■ .-{V tmdci- ifcr tend and "dfncial^lrtialuro, 

At the lime of his death Mr. Word- ,. jj,,, Ncvtobor 4, 1913.. • ^ :^;' - ^ 
IW was in the morcantlla buslnoM v^j^ .--^- i,:8x^SEIX,0nI}h«^,f v 
horo/ Ami for foOrtcoft years woS.^V"'-.- rr-^, '-r. ^. 

iiiccossful merchant. .. - _' ' ' 7^'VW 
. i-^ncr&l . orrangemehla liad • . notif\^.p£| 
l)c§n|cQmpictod 88 the Mcssopger'p!,^" 






bc^n completed as the Mcsgopger f-/J^i^^ ■V^ajier Counlr {} 
wont to press, but It understood i^i^^'*V?^:Xm>Utin^ht\^i bom: 
lhp.«rvlce*jwlirb6 .held tfi>^'im}'ii^^i^^ 
htmiOilnt<frmenl will 1)6 in IhcJlocal^,^^^^"'^^'^'''^*^ 



ccmctb^r.,' 





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LiniKUS OK ADMIMSTUATION 

<.i-..i.-i.j, WalUof CiUHily. 

Alipiiealii.n Imvinj; liri-n iiiadc i" 
liiii' rci-m Lo have l-r:ii>k Wfavur ap- 
|.;iml>'>l aiimiiii.-'lratDr upon llic «•-<- 
lal;- i>r I".. 1>. W.-asiM-, lalo of sai.l 
cniiiitv. iJiH-iMSi-'l. Ii"li<;i' I-* li'Ti'liy 
L'ivi'ii llial said anplualii.ii v.ill lu' . 
piiss.-.J i.p;>n al my i)ltU-i> <hi Ihi' lli>l 
Moiiilay ill IVi.-inlnT. iioxl. Civi-n 
und.T .iiy Iiand ami ullicial signalun-. 
llus .N'livoiubi'i- i. IDIK. 

>V. L. STANSKM., Ordinary- 



l.irn tills OK .\)».UINiSTUATIO\ 

(.ooigin. Walkc.r Counly. 

Applicalioii having been inadu in 
due riUMU, lo have. F. M. Sliaw ap- 
poinlnd adniinislralor upon llio cs- 
lalij of I.iz/.ie Nelson. laUi of saiil 
counly. deceased, notice is hereby 
piven Ihal said application will bo 
passed upon al my olllce on Ihc (Ivsl 
Monday in December, next. Glvon 
undin- my hand and olTlcial signalure, 
lliis November \, 1918. 
I W. L. STAiNSELL. Ordinary. 



I 
I LEGAL AD\ EIITISEJIENTS 1 

i_ ; 

AI)MI.MSTHATOirS SALL 

Ge-jrgia, Walker Counly. 



AD.«INl.STI\ATOn'S S.VLE !i 

C»«rgia— Walker Counly. I 

ny virtue of an order issued from^ 

the'Courl of Ordinary. Walker coun-' 
ly. jcorgia. al lU .Nov. icrin, wi.i 

he' sold before the court house door,: 

in Ihe town of l.alaycll.-, said slate ; 
on the liist Tuesday ur 



;an<l counly 
iDeceiiilier. nr.xl. heiiii; II 



;t|il day ol 



By viVtuc of an order from Lhe'necemuer. wilhiii Ihe lo^al hours ol , 
Court of Ordinary of said county, sale '.o Ihc highest and hcsl I'l'l'l'-'ji 
J;;, L sold at public_aulcry withm ;n.e/ol'"-.ng ilescribed property, to-, 
the legal hours of sale, on the lirsi^ Qj^j, imndrcil and seventy (170; 
Tuesday in December. 19IB, at Ibe jj^^j.^.^ ^,f jg„j „„„.<. ^.p i..<s and beinp I 

' ""■ ' all of land lot number lifly-lwo sJ.'' ; 

Ihe seveiilh i:ur (hslrirl and' 



W. C. (ilU:KN. Admr., 
U. T. Tucker. Deceased. 



door of Ihe court house of said coun- 
ly. lo the liighesl bidder for cash, the ^ jii^. ,,,„.,„,. ^,, 

following tracts of land in said i;>J"'»" f,,i,,.(ii ( uh;' seclion of Walker coun- 
ly. lo-wil: ||y, (.J.. .Tiiil len (10^ acres iiioie or; 
One town lot m the town of Lytle..|,.j;3 „r u.i and beini; lot luiinber lifly; 
Ca- as shown in Ihe .plat n{ said;,,,,,, ^-,l). ten (10) acres of same dc- ; 
low'ii, rind being lot .No. 0. lying wesl s.-ribe 1 as follows: llegimiing norlii 
of the Central of Oeorgia railway do- |,,( Villaiiow rcail an.l running wilhj 
pot, fr.'iiling Ihe railroad lifly f'-c: .wn-c fei:ce.. Iheiio- due ii'mIIi In on- j 
and ru.-.nmg back west one liun-lred :j^i,u,i |„:i-|h liii" of said lol, Iheiici- 
mill lifly fiet. being a pari of lan.lj,,^^; \v:lli said line lo w.sl line of 
lol .No. 171, in the '.Hh dislrkt ami j \i;,rsi,;..is land in a joiilhwardly di- 
Ath section of said counly, as de- ,,^.^.i|„;, (^ villanow road; thence 
scribeJ in a deed recorded in UOokj^^.gL lc beginning point. IJeiiig same 
of Deedi No. 10. \>age J.K). i lands .is iiieiitioued in bond for title 
Also the north half of lot No. 3. oti'<:. M. Sullle lo H. T. Tucker. Dec. 21. 
lol of land No. 171. and being near'iui;. To he sold as the proi.orly of 
Ihc Lytic deiioL on Mie Central oil). T. Tucker. dece.Ssf^d. and fur the 
Georgia railway, fronting lUty feci purpose of paying dei.ls and dislri- 
011 the public road, allowing llflecn .hutioii. Term^ of sale cash, 
feel from the center of the road niidJTiiis November «, 'IKS. 
running east toHlie line between Dy- 1 
er and Osburn. being the same lands, 
conveyed by N. II. (iilrcalli lo 11. 11. j 
Bag^^•ell. as shown by deed recorded 
in Book of Deeds No. 9, page 231. Said! 
lol being In the Ulh district and 4lh 
ecction of said counly. 

Also lol No 2 in llio norlhcasl corn- 
er of Ih6 south half of land lol No. 
171, in Iho 9lh district and 4lh section 
of said counly, fronting ono hundred 
feel on Iho public road; Ihcnce run- 
ning cast lo Ihc line of said lol of 
land, and being near Iho Lyllo depot 
on Iho Central of Georgia railway, 
end being the. 'same lands as pur- 
chased from W. D. Underwood by U 
B. Dag^cU on October 20, 1800. as 
shown ny deed recorded in Book of 
Deeds No. 0, page «0. There is cx; 
copied from the aforesaid doscrlp- 
tioD of lot No. 2, sixty feet on tbe 
north bido of llio lol, running Iho en- 
tire length of said loL Tho port o'. 
said lot lo be sold embraces the 
Blorehouse of R. D. BagT\'ell, dcccai- 
cd. 

. Also four acres, more or less, of lol 
of land No. 171. in Iho Olh districl 
and 4th section of said counly, com- 
mencing al tho north east corner, of 
land lol No. 7 of the plat of tho town 
■ of Lylle, Gn., running south one hun- 
dred and forty yards, thence wosi 
one hundred and fory yards, Llienco 
north one hundred and forty yards, 
thcnco easL ono liunrcd and forty 
yords, to the point of bcgifeninR. 

Tho aforesaid real catato being a 
part of tho estate of It. B. Bagwell, 



po 



leccased. will be soiuior mu i)ui- 
idlo of distribution lo tho heirs at 






Julm I,. Alli:*,in. as-cd HZ. dioil Q'. 
llii- co.iiily farm liisl Tliursituy, Nuv. 
L'Isl. Kiinoral s-Tvir.'s wrvo. |„-1(1 last 
I'l-itliiy ul l\u: ciiuiity rnriii ifi-uv.'- 
yard. Mr. AIIisdii (liop|.>'.l doa.l while 
culiiiK (liiiiHT. Tlio tluicnsi-d is sur- 
vived l.y SIX cliildrcii. Mrs. J. \V.| 
Howard. Mis. C. |.. Cal... 11. a. Alii- 
Hoii. all of C.iMU'liul. (ia.. .Mrs. I.cinl 
Ilpiidrick. (if IlicliiDiiiid. Vu.; J. W.j 
Allison, of Tr\a-<. iiud \lr«. S. II.' 
I'liillijia uf (:iialt;iiu.«iKa. 
+ ^- .% 



SILWV 



+++-!- -r-I-H-H* +-1-1-1-: -'-H-h ,' 



Mr. and Mrs. S. S. tilrickland wt-r.- 
callod lo Chelsea, (ja., Friday lo nU 



.•^:l 







I lU'lalivo.x ajid fn 
ll.-vtTly I). K\an 
I Ilovorly n. Kvans 
jltrrl thai ho was 
l-'raiiro jusl bofor 
ariiiislico. 



iMuls hiTi- of I.nnil. 

;, Jr., son of Hon. 
will nrad w ilh n'- 
killi'd in action in 

!• Iho siKinnK of llic 



^.TVedNvillioin^of np«r-YUl4- 

lend Iho funeral of Ihoir brother, j^^- (.^'^gi^^cj ^^^ ^i-pj-ijay^hat 
Daniel Hollbrook. The sympathy of t-hg^j^-yg^i^jj; li^y dj^ („ prinpAltn- 
th.' entire coininiinily Koes U> tlic"" im(<dl4U!ly liflcr thO trip 8crp89/ Ho 
In Ihcir sorrow. Daniel made Un'' J^^pft* bn'<)6o <)f tfie Iwt trpop>Ulpi'lo 
place his homo for severnl nionth.- V^^q f^^f^p^ ^j;(pti'j jjrpo numbof of 
before he was called lo the army. Ho ('goldlorslbocama lUvivllh ' Influ'orvki 
had only been in Iraming about tlur./ijj'g t^Tij.'iJl^'oU 'the vway. Jicr(l«»;'-lm1 
■R'oeks wJien he wu.s taken ill ^vitli ;,'^j[pj.'j^'j^|,jjg^j,|y '^^^r Undlng'^itt 
;be inducnza. which develoiied i"»-u- fjTance,' Full.^dotalir'of hli ,<3oftlh 
monla ar,d cau.scd Ins death. -^f^^^^ ^ot bodHJrCOOlvcd/V -..>)< '>',ili 

ixiivooD locals' + 



SPAIIKS— IIEMIY 

Mr, and Mrs. A. S. Sparks announce 
the en,fnKoiiionl of lliolr dauglilor, 
Addio Marsh, lo Lleul. Cliarlos" R. 
Henry of Camp Orconloaf, Ihe mar- 
risffe to take place Dec. 2Uh, ^t Iilgh 
noon. First D.ipllRt church, LaFay- 
ctlo, Ucorgin, 



i» • ■ + 

•i-^ -J-r^H-H' •H-M-H~r+ •Hri' 

Misses Diclo and Malinda Iley- 

Inolds were called lo their homo al 

I..... t I L. n.rr. 1, 



I'itt.sburg two weeks pgo by Iho crl- 
I Ileal lllneBS of their brolhor, Polo 
I Reynolds, Wo have since learned 
I IhnI hn is dead, 

A line boy was born to Mr, and 
On last Wednesday Mrs. W. W. 9 Vy,''- T- ^'- "'•'^,'' •'^"'"'"y \he nth, 

llu) home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 
Harnploa 



Myors received 'a telegram from r 
l^jroiher at Normab. Okla^jsayl^ that 
(Ijer'falheP,^ J^TI.TIbano,' BK.'was 
strlkpn .with paralysis, and later &n- 
(rt&er; come aaylng.lhat hohadpaM- 
,cd i^war. Mr, noano wai to yoarj ol(l< 
anhlcaYca four children,, two >o'n8, 
^J. Uiy- Jr- *nd V/.D: Roan^ of Nor- 
'roau, 01ila,.and two dauffhl«r8,;Mr«. 
J- E, Bomar, of TccunMoh, Okia, and 
Mr?." W. \Vl a My£r«; of this county, 
ofghtccn grandchildren 
jgT«a(rgrandohlldrcnl" 



DECEMBER G, 1918. 



JOHN SIZEMORE DIED V;;,/] 
LAST THURSDAY Willi? . 

- — W-'frn 

John Bliemoro, agnd arbat^*?i'hff 1 
juars, died at bla homo at Mt, OllvT'l 
en Pig.'on Mountain.' Ia«t .'fhuraday' 
.'1 orning, after 'a Ungnrlufe.^-lllnogi 
Funeral »orvlce8 wore helcj SallirdAy 
morning at'Mt. -Ollve'Daptlst'onurtU/ 
iDlcrroQukimaiedla^oly^foUaiyJnfi'^^ 
■/ The" aeccMcdf la'^rufYlvcd- b"^ fl^b 
ijbn9/:whb6l(Sp, ;f rank," Floyd;- -Ji'AV 
and A.. C; S^icmoro,' arid two'daugh- 
lors, MIssct Alicoand Belle SIzomoro 

' • ' • ■ »■;■'.■ .'.I 'O' i i V ' ' i " . I ' ■< ' , •:'- k' i .''■'•;;' 



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The month old baby of Mr. and .lbV;i08^^tbcclv6d ■S</oIoSrrtai''^Tf<iM 

Mrs. Irank Wardlaw dl/^d Saturday .^hlhfrton'lKO.JMlll pt/NdV^l^nWTR 

afternoon. The litUo body was laid itAlodAtl^at'tfci' .hU/)b>^d;'Jc««6'«M'/i 

10 rest in the local cemetery Sunday ,tKirJiarh,'dlod.Ofl)noUmonift^'^OP.^ 

ancrnoon at 2 o'clock.- - 'it^(f:hii^''Jjdor;iir;ihelii?tW'ri^iilU« 

dmii''6o>d6^1th<^2*ihH'-f"'^'^'-*P!S 
if&»KlM)irift,lr*lflqd: :a^' flh) jnf»(nri» 
mia Wiii yinin«fotrW,'%citrfip}.^ef| 

i«m <lfli^.'li^^ *allo4;mmnbdrtt»| 
ZW^-'^f Scplinibbf; ItthaM^ftfetj^ir*' 

ij'tlviiii-af(efHhe?U)rogj'4itb;^«wto(ijv; 
.f jh08o!iDfi;W«id3»'.i)l>>jf^;4rb'^ 



Sarah Mlllondcr, Undo Warner 
l.owls' younger daughter, died Mon- 
day at hor homo, In Summorvllle 
from piioumnnia. The body was 
hroiigh. to the Chapel graveyard 
Wednesday, for burial, Hov, George 
Warthcn conducting a funeral ser- 
vice at the grave. 




DEO. 13, 1918 



LBTBAiER msEs my . 

' lAFTER BEIEF ILLNESS 



The death of Lee Flakor, al his 
homo in tW.<;st Lapayplle, SalunJny 
afternoon at Jipup o*clO(*,k, of pncti- 
monia, following influenza, caino as a 
fhock lo his many relatives -•and 
frlcni^ ' • I 

FronV-.tho beginning of his illn^tn 
>)is condition became serious, pncu-l 
Ljpon(ajauicltly dcvcloiiing, which re- 
j^OV*^'" His. death, after a ttw days 
lingering. j 

Surviving the deceaied is a wife 
land ■ three small ' children, three 
brothers, Houston, F. L. and T. P. 
I Baker, ell of LnKayetle, and one sis- 
'ler, .Mrs. I^is Farrow. ' 

Funeral services were* held froni| 
the Macedonia church Sunday after- 
noon at 3 o'clock, conducted by the 
LaFayetle camp W. O. W, of which 
the deceased was a member, and a8-| 
sisted by the Chelsea camp of Wood-! 
moir. Beautiful and lilting grave ex- 
ercises were held before the retnains 
,wci^o lowered lo the last JJcsting 
place. " 

The many lovely floral offerings 
logcUisr-with the large ooBfcourseof I 
relatives and iricnds at' tHe 'funeral ; 
'attested (o the esteem in wtii^ Ibo. 
deceased was^hcld., _ •, , ~ 
^ Tbft mcmbcn^. of the ' Wrrowincrl 
iamily have Ujo ^evlfell, synipaUir- 
of Ibclr many frjcndsja tbcir sad, 



barcavecjicat, ^ . ^ ., .^ ^ , ,;, 



The many friends here of Mr. and 
Mrs. S. F. Blaylock Bympulhiro with 
them ip ihe loss WodnejKlay of Ihoir 
four-y.'ar-old son, Sidney M. Blay- 
lock, who died after a brief illness 
Funeral services will bo held at 
Chickamouga this afternoon al J 
o'clock. Internment will be In the 
Chickamauga cemetery. 

The name of Willard J. F.skew, snn 
of Mr. and .Mrs. Will liskew. of Itoss- 

jVille. nfd. 2, a(ipear('<J in Tuesday's 
casualty list, rofiortcd as being killetl 

jin action. .No further details as lo his 
death have been, received. 

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C. U'. KI.I.I.S 

("i. W. Klll-<. mi-rl ((('i. II \vcll-kiio\M'. I 
fiuiiirr (if llii' V'liiMly, dii'd at Iiih 
liciliie III .Mnoli's ■tialiiiii. iiriu' I'.hkIc 
CHIT, Sundiiy. 1>>'C. t.it.lli! is .siuvivrd 
by Ins wife and two cliildri-n, Mrs. 
Cii-orKi- I'lirrisli uiul l-"ri'd F.llis, of 
High I'MJiil. Till' fiiiicirul was ln-lil 
Monday. Dim:. VI, cojiilucti-il liy Ili'V. 
Barlow Mcl'ai'limd. The Inlnriiieiit 
was nt Clili'.kaiuauKU. 



7 SII.AW f. 

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The riiniiiuiiiiiy v.:,^ slim-k/'il I'ri- 
day ni«h| tiy ilf s.ul.io,, ,i,.„i), „f 
Mont lirwdli'v \Wi., Iiad li.-niill ,,iil.\ 
a few )lny> willi iiillin-n/.a. If*, is s\u'- 

vive.I !)> a wifi- ami llm InMirji, 

Iiis i.ariMiK ;fii,| iwii hriilli.Ms. li,i,.' 
oral s.TVK-.s |n.,k i.la.T al lli.- K-l-jJ.. 
e«Mpi.-l'T;.- Siiiiilay iiinniiii:; al .l.-xci, 
(H'lo.k. Ilif .-.Mr,|,alliy ..r II,,. ,.:,!, ,;. ! 
roiiiiiiuiiily K"''< "lit h. III. I, -i-..^,.,) I 

OMr-S. 
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LEAVX TO SELL 

Georgia, Walker County. 

.Mrs. Mary .MallllL, admiiiisLralri^ 
of the eslale of Alice Ilixun. late of 
said county, dtxcasod, baa applied to 
the undersigned for leave to sell the 
real estate belonging to said estate. 
.Nolice is hereby given thai I will 
pa.sH on said appliactjon at iny odlrc 
in LaFayetle. said county, on the 
llrst .Monday in January, next, (jivcn 
under iny hand and olUcial signature 
this Dec. 2, IU18. 

W. L. SIA.NSELL, Ordinary. 



I LEGAL ADVERTISEIIENTS 

I I 

LfrnKns of ois.missio.n 

Georgiu, Walker County. 

Jaiiic.s I'. Shattuck, executor upon 
III.' eslnle of W J,. .Shattuck, deceas- 
ed, has applied to Ihe undersigned 
for tellers of di.smisaioii from said 
executor.sliip. .Notice is hereby givou 
that I will pass on said applicatldiT 'I 
at my olTlre in I>nFayellc, said coun- 
ly, on Ihe first Moiitlay in January, 
nexl. Given uiiHer my hand and o?- 
flciul sicnnliire, this Dec. 2, 1018. 
W. L. STAN.SLLL, Ordinary. 



LETTEII.S OF DIS.MISSIO.N 

Georgia, Walker County. 
K. 1'. Allgouil. administrator of Jane 
'1'. Allgood, lalf of said county, de- 
ceased, has applied lo the under-: 
signed lor Idlers of di3;iii3.sioii from| 
said admiiii?tratjir8lii|). Notice is 
hereby given lliat I will pass on saiilj 
application at iny olllce in LaFayetle. 
said ci;uiily, on the lirsl .Monday in 
January, next. Given under my hand 
and ollicial signature. Ibis Dec. 2, { 
I'JIB. I 

\\'. I.. ^^TA.NSELL, Ordinary. 



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CATLETT 



I 



I t ' H i I nil I .i-i- jl i^.}..!^ 

Johnson Keith „f „ear Naomi diro 
Sunday iiu.rmng at four uclock ami 
was buried at .Vaomi Sunday afler- 

IIOOII. 



YEAH'.S SUPPORT 

Georgia, Walker County. 
To whom it may concern: Mrs. N. A. 
(iilreatli. widow of I). V. Gilreath, 
lale of said county, deceased, has ap- 
plied to the under»igm>d Jor a.yenr'ii 
support from the estate ofvsaid.'de- 
deceascd. Nolice is hereby gi'^cn that 
I will pass on said application at my 
ofllce in LaFayetle, said county, on 
Ihe.llrs', .Monday in January, next. 
Given under my hand and ofllcial 
siKTialiirc, Ihis Dec. 2. 1918. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



YKAU'.S .SliPPOHT 

Georgia, Walker (^ounly. 

To wiiom it may coiici.Tii: .Mrs. 
11. C. Foster, widow nf 11. C. Foster 
lali; of said couiily, deceased, 
has applied to llie undersigned for a 
year'.s support for lier<err and one 
minor childien. from the estate of 
.■said deceased. Nolice is hereby given 
that I will pa.ss on said application at 
my olllce in La Payette, said county, 
on the llrst .Monday in January, 
next. Given under my hand and of- 
llcial signature, this Dec. 2, 1918. 
W. L. STANSELL. Ordinary. 




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LKTTERS OF DISMISSION 

Georgia, W'aUrr County. 

J. W. Shields, adniiiuslralor upon 
the eiilaic of Leah M. Shield*, laU- of 
said county, di-ccaacd. haa applied lo 
the undcraigiii'il for letters of dis- 
mission from said administratorahiii. 
.Vol III' \y. liticly) gi\i;u Lo all con- 
cerned that I will pass on said ap- 
plication at my odlce inl^aFaycttc, 
naid county, on the llrsl .Monday iii 
January, next, (iiveii under my hand 
and ollltial Mttnalure. Ihis iH-t. 1!, 
lUIH. 

W. 1,. SIANSKM-. Ordinary. 



ADMIMHI RATOhfl B.\LE 

trt-nrgu. Walker Countr. 



LLTTtltS OK (JUXnUIANSHIP 

Georgia. Walker Counly. 

Appliralion liavinij been made in 
duo form to liave M. L. Crowder np- 
poliili^d taiardian of James Howard 
Hunter, a minor, notici; is hereby 
^ivcii that said a|/plicnlion will be 
passed upon at my olllce on the llrsl 
.Monday in January next. Given un- 
der my hand iind onirial signature, 
Ihis D?c. 2. 1«18. 

W. L. STANSELL. Ordinary. 



LETTEHS OF GUAIUMANSIUP 

G<'orKia, WalkiM- County. 

Application liaving been made in 
due form t<J have C. A. McCoimell 
appoin'.ed gniardian of I>)rothy L. 
iMcConnell, a minor, notice is hereby 
given thai said application will be 
passed upon at my ofllce on the tirsl 
Monday in January, next. Given un- 
der my hand and ofDcial signature, 
this Dec. 2, 1918. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 

LFTTTEUS (IF AD.^IIMSTnATlO.V 

Georgia, Walker Counly. 
, 'Applicalion having been made in 
due form to have Mr.s V II Hansom 
appointed admimslrntrix upon the 
csUit<^ of Ellen Hogers, latt; of said 
county. deccaHC<l, nol ico is hereby 
given itial said application will be 
paused upon at my ofllco on Uie llrsl 
Monday m January, next. Given 
under iry hand and olTlcial signature, 
llhis Doc. 2, 1018. 

W L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



ixAOMl 



Dri). HatUrr lUled his api)oinlment j 
at Naomi Sunday. This was his firsL 
appoinlmonl hero and there ^as a. 
large congregation. The cliurch hns^ 
called him for this year, and wo 
Ihink llic church has done well in 
gcUlng Uro. Ilalllfr. 
■■Sorry to hear of Ihe death of Loo 
D&kor, as wo have known liiin a long 
llrno. Wo lendor our sympalhy lo 
llio bcreovod onOs. 



LEAVE TO SELL 

llio .Georgia, Walkor County. 



Ily virtue of an o^le^ from — .w, ,„„,.», ,.„,„«. ..u....^/. 
Courl of Ordinary, of laid, counly, Irank Weaver, adminislroU)r o' 



will bo Hold to Ihe hlgbtfsL^nd best 
bidder, within llic leg'ttt'noure o! 
•alo on Ihe flrdt Tuesday In January, 
noil, being the 7th day of Janu- 
ary. lOlSi, at Iho coiirl tiouse door, 
in said sUln and counly, tho follow- 
ing ilescrlbed properly, lo-wil: 

Tract I. Thai part of Isnd lot No. 
Thirty-nine (.19) in tho Ninth (Ulh) 
District and Fourth (tlh) Section of 
said county, described is follows; 
lleginnliig at the poHit l*cnly (20,1 
feet eait of tho center «f Iho T. A. 0, 
railroad bed where it dbossos Iha 
south line of said lol NcAhlrly-nlnt! 



U»o^lute of C. 1). Weaver, late of 
said county, deceased, has applied lol 
the undersigned for |ea\i' lo sell (he 
personal property belonging Lo said 
csUlt!. Notice is hereby givep that I 
will pn^s on said applicatiim al my 
ofllce in IjiKnyetl4'. said counly. on. 
Ihe llrst Monday in January, next. 
Given under my hand and ofllcialslg- 
nalure this D<v. 2. 1918. | 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinarj 



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LETTKIIS OF UIS.HISSIO.N. 

Georgia, Walker Counly. 
J, E. I'allon, Guardian of Ijitnalia 



line 01 saiu loi nu<, iiiii 1/-111111: j^ij. raiioii, viuuruian 01 i^maiia 
(39) and running norlhwardly with Day, fias applied to the undersigned 
raslorn boundary of said railroad for letters of dismission (roin said I 



rlgi»l-o-way to Ihirly-dgBl (38) fori 
of a »t.-aight norlli lln* txl Ucislo E. 



guftrdianship. .Notice is hereby given 
thai 1 will pass on said aiiplicalirtn nl 
McCulchen"8 land on said lol; thence my ofllce In LaKuyelle, said counly, 
epsl to center of the ChalLanoogn I on the llrsl iMonday in January, next. 
Valley public road; Ihpnco soulh- Olven under my hand and ufllcialsig- 
wariJly wllh the center of said public ] iiaUire, this D«c. 11. 19IH. 
road lo aouth line of lol No. lhirly-| W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 

nine -(30); Ihonco weal wilb soulh 

lino lo beginning point, conlfilning ^^^+4-H-HH"l-H~H^'H-^-{* 
six (0) acres more or less. 1 * 

Tmcl IL Doglnning al the western "j* 



4. 
L.\FAYETTE l\. 2. +| 



boundary of Iho right-of-way of Ihe T ,;,.,,,,. t n t.t. v.m t t-.m T 
T. A. O. railroad, whor(» It crosses. T 'l-l-l-l-i-M-l- •i-'.~h-i-i-J~j-ci-+ 



the «outh';JlJ^af MkJd-lot'No. Ihlrty- 
nlno (30); thence runnlpg wont with 
Iho sslJ »oulh lino of IqI f^o. 3j) Iwcn- 
ty-ono and ono-lonth (21 1-tO) rod^ 
to a stono corner; thorico runnl.1>(' 
north with wosl lli:)e,o( »8id lol No, 
thirly-nino (39), advop ijnd rorty-lwo 
one hundredths (7A2-100) chains; 
ihnnco nasi parallql, ^|rllh soult) (ino 
of lol No, Ihlrlr-nlno (39), twenty- 
four and eight tenths (2tft-J0) 
chains to western boundary of T. \. 
0. railroad rlght-p(-WBy; Ihonoe 
poulhwprdly with ^h*? western boun- 
dary of Mid rallroad'a right-of-way 
to beginning point, oon|alnlng seven- 
teen (17) acres more or less. 

Tract UL Also Ifial part oftnl of 
liind No. one hvindriid anil forly-on" 
(Ut) III said district, secTion and 
county, descrlhod oa^fpllows; Begin- 
ning at tho snvHhwn^^' |)6t7isr on tho 
wosteni boundaiv lino of said lol at 
i\ slake corner; Ihonon running north 
with boundary of John A. Moon's 
land olghl hundred and five (805) 
foot lo Ihn cornnr o^f tho fcnee; 
Ihcnce sout^'PaRti^rly direction \vi!i 
wire fence llv.? hundred " and forty f 
(Bin) feel lo a road sold to Mr. Davis; J 
tlioncm southwardly wllh rond five 
Tjunctrci (5()0) feci to a wire fence; 
fhcnco west with iho wire fence and 
lhoi>oundary (ino lo lheJ>avis prop- 
orly Ihrop hunrtrn<t anJ fifty (350^ 
foot lostarUng point, conlftlnlngaet-i 
tm (7) ncrea inoro or lew. Also llnl 
- rnrl of lol of land No. onp tnindred 
.ond forly-oao (Ul) in piid <li'*.rlrlj 
■ nnd acvllon described an follow.'*: 
Commenclnir al Iho While Oak Iroe' 
al Ihii nonior'' !•>»» fencfv. toeing Iho 



Mr. John Keilh who has been liv- 
ing on Esq. W. C. Greeli's place for 
the paal four years, died Saturday j 
iHkiH and was buried ul .Naom| Sun- 
day, Hev. U. 11. Howard coiirtueled 
Iho funeral s<>rvice. .Mr. Keilh wai 
llfly odi! yn«rs old and livo<l by liim- 
sojf. Ho workiMi part of last wi^ek in< 
LaFayeitc. He came Friday afler-J 
noon and died Saturday nigh I. Thus. 
I^angfoitl and Elmore House were 
with hlin when ho passed away. Mr. 
Keith had bfcn going down all of this 
year, bul his death was not expected 
so soon. 

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+ GAnHETTS CUAl'ICL ^ 

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"J"'I"I"I"I"'I"'1~1"*T' •i"i"I"I"l"J-J-I-}« "J" 
Thero are still several cases of in- 
fluenta In this soUlemenl. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Autry are re- 
joicing over the arrival of a One girl. 



7 



THOMAS P. BJlKEBlEBf^ 
EARLY MONOAr:MB|ii|| 

After P two Tvcoks'lilnMio^pn^tf*.' 
monla, following Innubnza, Tbonft^ 
P. Pakor, died at his homo \n \V'rtf 
UFayotlo early MdDdn)r'"tfiorn(h»;! 
Ulr condition whilo iev\oi»t<iV'.t^'4 
oraUdajd did no* 'b^cohiij'Blarmtrtf! 
until laio Saturday i}l5l)t,^nd It j^rfl 
eoott Sunday that lib jcpuIdlidl'JIVfll? 

Sun'lving the dtcpaicd W'hl« Wtfi^^ 
and four email chilOr^rV two ^tlaujh-^ 
tera and" two eoha, iw^ br6thert,JC)' 
L. and Houston Baker, «nij<»np'0lilj 
lor, Mrs, Lola Farrow, ^.../. •g.^i^ii 



Funeral aorvlccp wiprO|.bcI(J/fk.u,.. 
Iho Preobytorlan . fihurc^^TTu'p«W^ 
morolDff at KTo'clftck' fn tho pre«enc«* 
of A Jargo nximbo'c 6{ m'uiWoitiiciif- 
frienda, conducted. '1>y. Rot.' O/r.'ti 
Oulllo, Interment. foIlowedLln-Uirf^loii' 
cal cemclory.;^ '■';<.' 'VT^S#|p-3 

Oulot «n(f'ui]8««qlnlnr,''ili^iwii«f 
mtao-TDatiyfirfci6d<i':' trid;- WllJ; ;'rw>' 
mUocd moil by lho«i^ho ktfowTJtaf 
boat, Th«J many boUuU/iil* floral^ 
feting^ tllcalcd .to ,i4h«t^l<5oiQ'Yyi 
which b(. waa hcJd;r'^~i;.f|i'ii^Jf^ 

The in'emberti'of lh"i KrTbr-'Mrielteffi 
family ,HaY0„Uio;8ymi5atTiy"of;"Ujell^ 
many frlonda la thia tad Jioi^;, ' j;Mi(^ 

■>■••• -- ■ ■'■ -■■ > J-. c , , J. , , •u.i.jtfa^^'jiVgtEg 

MHS. DAN IIIIIO f)Ii:i) , 

AT m:it itoMi: mhndvv 

Jlio.l i.tli MciihImv (if Mrs. Dan llinl' 
nl lipr luuiii' cniiic hh ;i .sluM'k In hi-rj 
ninny n-liiliM's iiinl fn.-iiili. riincnil ' 
gprvk-.'s wciT hc'I.I Tii.'.silay itiiiriiiiijr 
at II o'ljdck fniiii llir CiMil.r l>.,iii; 
churrli, rnmlticlcij liy Upv. i'. .i. (jii.i 
mer, in llic inrmMici- nf a imxi' diitn- 
bcr of noridwiim- rclnlivr.s niirt 
frIondH. IiihiiiH'iil iiinni'diiili-ly fol- 
lowod ill llin Ccnicr I'oiiit Kfnvfyanl. 
Thp ,(lc<cnscil i.s survived \,y Ihm- 
husban.l nnrl si-M'nil rliildn-n. 



SPARKS-IIEXnY 

The fdllowing formal invilalion 
has bcpn received by the friends of, 
the conlr.ncling parties: 

"Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Sparks roquesl 
the honor of your prpseiice al llio- 
marriape of llioir daughter, Addio 
.Marsh, lo LiouU Charles U. Henry, 
M. (', L'nilwl Slates .Army. Tuesxlay, 
the Ixyrnly-fourlli of IX'ccmbcr, 
high n.-iii. First Bapti.sl rlnireli, Ij- 
Fayclle Georgia." I 



T. II. K)\Vl.i;il IIKI.IKVKS 

.SON l.d.sr ON OTMA.NTO 

I'. II. loul.M- of llinl.sliiM.' was II 
i:iiallaiiiiii>:a Imlay iiiakiii^- iiii|iim-ii-- 
iis III llii- Inssi-s on the Olraiilu 
wjiii-li was raiiiiiii* I liy lln- ^.llla;.Mllirl 
si'vi-ral wi'i'ks atrn. atiil in \vlii.-li :: 
lar>:i' ni iiiluT of jivi-s nf sailnc b.iy- 
uiTi- h ^l. 

Mr. l-'(i\vlc|-'s inli'i-rsl (.'rows nut rif 
till- Ix'lii'f that his son, r.liirnrd K. 
KnwIiT. was "lie of Ihe viclmij. Hi- 
saysNiis son liiul scrvril m |lii> navy 
four yrars and llial lie passiil 
lliroimli Clmllanoo^a on Sept. i ami 
aniiouiK'od dial lie wa.s piiiic lo CaLi- 
fornia '.o rc-mli.sl in order lo p-l n 
rliani-c In pa In Kranro. Soon aflor 
this (he nrcidcnl In Hip Olranlo op- 
piirrpd. mill as .\lr. Kowji-r has not 
heard Iroiii his sun since, he is un- 
der IliP bolipf (lint he must have 
shipped on Hip Olranlo and was a- 
moiiK lliosp lost and unaccnunliid for. 
— Wpdncsilay'* Clialtanooga News. 



•I- -i' 'l- 

IIpv. iiul Mr.s. fl. I,. ("Jinslnin. ol 
Itoinp, ri'li-liralpil llieir lUli'Piilh 
wpildinc annivprsary at the .Nnrlh 
llonip .Mi'lliodisl parsonaK'' w'lth a 
niinilipr of lliPir frip.nds, lii»t 'I'liurs- 
day PVPiiiiig. Mrs. Kli^.a llurwpll 
CliiiKtaiii, of this cily, Hip inollier nf 
111', (lliuslain, allpiid(!il the anniver- 
sary. 



.MEMOniAL SER\1CE l\ ■ 

HONOR OF S.\MUEL DUNN 

• Mcmoiial scr\icca were held al tho 
Methodist church last Sunday morn- 
ing, in honor.of one of ifa members. 
jSamutl Dunn, who died while in the' 
I service of his country al Camp Gor- 
don. 

I Ilis f.ilher. mother and sisters. Mrs 
:Arhold of, Washington, D, C, and I 
jMrs. Henry, of ChickamaUga, were' 
j present besides numerous relaUves' 
(and friends quite a number -of whom 
jwcro from Chlckamauga and War- 
rpn. . 

r Tbc son-ice was conducted hy the 

I pastor. nc%-. A. E. Scolt, the follow- 

j ipr program being obscnTd: 

; Prelude -.(.Vendclsohn) by Mrs 

I Carolina Arnold. . 

I -Amenca. •',..:' , ; '• \ 

Quart, t-l'-b Love Thai Will Jiol 

|Lcl Me Go." ,■_,, ;:-.vv.' : . 

■.Prayer; ^' ''-,-,-:'■ •■■:■■,,■■: '■■ . .• 
. ; Scripture Itason.' : 

I;, Solo— Face" to FXtc ■ . 
:?.^-,C< Napicr'a Iribulo to his friend. 

K Paatort dlsocnrao.- :■ 

£iQo*rt*t--.-rb« DodoBde^ Daj- 

[.i^iPortlthW^^a^^ '^ 




MRS. J. B. JOHHSOII MD . 
UST FRIDAY ARERHOOli 



LT. CHARLES R.HENRY WEDS 
MISS AOOIE MARSH SPARKS 



Wo wci e sorrj' to hear of Ihe dealh 
0/ Mrs. J. D. Johnson of Sand Moun- 
tain wnich occurred Friday after- 
noon In ChatlAnooga at the homo of 
her dflURhler, Mrs. O. L. Sliemora, 
wliom £ho vs-as visiting when Uken 
III. Her death was a shocli lo her 
many iricndi «he had made while | 
Itvln* in our wnrmunlty. ^ 
I The deceasedls survived by aiiiis- 
i^fgod, J. B. Johnson, and ««ven:chi,lS. 
(trcn, Mrs. "b/.W*, >Jifl^07.' 9^ t>f^*. 
lAFaycllc, Mrs.'t). C K»8«»''<*•'^^^ 
0. L. BUemore, Mi^ Of* Johnson, 
Henry E. Johnson, of ChaltantKJga; 
Jaxnej T. Johnson of Sand Mpnftlalft, 
Ala, Ciinrlcs C. Johnson, the young- 
est who Is In the army oti hla way 
home from France. 

/The f'.neral was conducted by Rev. 
W..C. Tallenl Saturday and Ihe re- 
mains laid lo rest in Ibo CeotflC Point 
ccmelfry to awall the resurrection 
of the dca<l. We extend to the be- 
reaved cor heartfelt eympaUiy.. Xx. 



MRS. C. A. YOUNG OIEO 



> 



AFIER BRIEF ILLNESS 



Mm. C. A. Young died at her hom<j 
In Qhattanooga last Wednesday af- 
tcrBroofu of influenza, following 3 
jjrlcf Illness. ! 

The deceased is Burvlved by a 
b^jibanaand one 9hlld, Mabel; her 
father, H. P, Mashbum, and «li 
brothori, T. A, John, a C, WilL 
Ilobert end Homer Mashbum. Will 
and Robert ara In France with th 
;>rric,N«n- (or<:9»-;w]ilJes'IldmW: i»L 
ilif %iiy^* 6t tho' 'gqVflrpmeirej'^li 
'Wajhintrton JltilSv;- , ' ••''' " ' '• i 
Funi?r^|, .iervWcii were held from 
the rdijjdjfpc^ rrl<lay mohilng at 10 
o'clMk> .Mi^duoUMl by her paslof 
Rev. Daley, assisted by Revs. Roach 
nnd"HcCl'fWi The remains were then 
'briughr i<f'hock Bprtng cenielflry 
land I^M lo real besldo her mblhor. 
I ' Mrs. /puoA «arlr ib life profcsp^ 
faith. In Christ and Jotded the (Jove 
Metliodifl chtircli and lived »''con- 
|8c<jrB(eJ Chrlalian life until the end 
last Wodncsday. 8ho was klnd-heart- 
eiKiind. true Dod w«« lovodby^all 
thoto who touclwd h«tr llf«. • Her 
death «* » shock to hcrTclalivc«'knd 
-frlood»,''V.';-.''''v''>. -■'•'■■■'..•;''■ '.^ 
I^.Frleiirb'of the famll/ extend their 
-hokctfcll.' »ynipathy.-.,:-v. ■,,„.,", • 



'I'hc niarriu«o of Mis^.Vl^lwMlrih 
S|pai-ks r.nd Llout. i;iiai'lo»'Il. ilmifj^' 
whicli was solomulziHl ul tlii) First 
Uaplisi cliiircli Tiic.iday, Dec. ;;illi, 
;il IiikIi noon, was a bnlliont uvonl 
unitiiiK Iwo faniilics of wide prora- 
iiioiico ni tills section. 
- Ttio ciiuroU wax ^altracllvoly duo« 
oralrd with Krowliigi plants, smllax 
and A'licrlcan flags. , Tlio windows 
were iljrlieuod and (tlio reflection 
.'roin tlio soft rays of whlln cattio- 
dral taiifrs llBhled about llio alLar 
gave a wonderfully impreasivo odccl. 

Just vrevious to the ceremony 
Mrs. W. H. McDaniol sang, "All >'or 
You." * ■ ^ 

Promptly at high noon, lo the 
strains of Lohongria's wedding 
march, (ffeclivoiy rendered by Mrs. 
C. 0. Gilbert, the bridal parly entered 
Iho malT Btidltorlum; of the church 
from till) vestibule, preceiiod by the 
ushers, Gapl. Ocorgo Cook and Lieut. 
J. U. Anderson, of Camp Oroonloaf. 
The brido entered \yith lier sister. 
Miss Rulh Sparks, as maid of honor 
and wai met' at Iho altar by the 
groom and his best iJian, Major Roy 
O. Henry, of Washington. D. C. The 
ceremony was performed by Rev. i. 
3. Leonard, aaalsted by Dr. O. O. 8yd- 
nor, of Rome, the full ring service 
being used. During tho oerorrteny 
Mrs. Oiibort iofliy played "Uoarta 
KM Flowora." . - •• • •= -ty^^aS^^- 

The brido w*' never more allrao- 
tlvo than on this occasion, being \Xi-\ 
comingly gowned In a tailored tult 
of grey, with haU, shoos and gloveiJ 
en suite. She wore a corsagt) iwuqaol 
of, pink roses. Tho , maid of honor 
wore 1 lovely pink <3eorgell« dross 
wllh picture bat, and hep bouquet 
was pink roses. 

•*Wrtrhodialely after the ceremony 
an Informal' reccp'llon waa 'hold at 
the home of the bri<ie, a few special 
friends- undtrelallves being invited.^ 
The rccjopllbn roonl was in Chrlit- 

?ria« colors V"! the (lining room wis 
aslily docofaled in pink. A Iwt) 
cpurae wedding luncheon waa scrvdd 
from Itje buffet, j • .. 

Tbe 1t|<1« and groom loft oB a tea 
days' tf fp, «fl<* which they will !«> 
at home to tfaelr friepda with Mr. wd 
Mm.'Frtd Hcnder»on. at.Chlcka- 
roautra, 'vniile Lieut. Henry ts fa)Ui# 
tnedical porpt ot the arm^. '. ■X'-'/i 
The bride is the eldest daugh^ef of 
Mr.^nd Mrs. A. S. Sparka »n^,:l^o 
granddaughter and namesako of tin. 
Addle Marsh WarlhBn,,lh«i.'Msr«f» 
;*/nlly hcWg one of, Ibf^'plcriie^ «tid 
prominent farallle«;oMhU-,»©c(ftrtt. 
T%o drorww of the bride'* IcousiMau 
Word" mode. from lno'lrou»»e»u,<jf 
her molhcr< who »tU\u MiryWari 
Ibeti, ' W«« oiie. of Ibe meal, pop\iUi' 
yduDjr wod«m'of,ihl<^.plat^rvjMr*.^ 
flenry' h. 'k chtcmltlf '.'^ind ''iccotli- 
"plUho<!^7il>dii|r^mi»n IlI^A.l? P^POl*', 



ARThI FOSTER YICTIM . 
OF PNEUMONIA SATURDAY 






The dfcalh 8«lurday morning early, 
I of Arthur Foster, of pneumonia, 
foilort'lng influenza, came as a dls- 
liiicl shock lo his many rclalivos and 
friends hero and in tho oounty. 

Two week* ago he waa In tho IksI 
of hiallh and was called to the bed- 
side of his brother, Lawrence, at 
Macon. On his return ho became so- 
rlouBly 111, pneumonia quleljlj'/.'de-i. 
^■eloplnc,. Hid dealh rosultod Botur-. 
flay momingSs; . . ; . ,: i . 

The tfNjpascd is survived by 'ah 
ogod mothefi'Mrs. T. J. Fotler, two 
sisters, Misses Paulino »nd'I>na Fos- 
ter, and two brother*, Walter and 
Lawrenco Foster. 

Funertl aervicea were held at the; 
grave of Ihe local cemetery Bundaf 
momin(r tt 10 o'clock, conducted by 
I Rev. I. R.' Leonard, in tbe prpaenceof j 
n number of eorrowlng relatives and 
'friends. Interment Immediately fol- 
lowed. Many bcauUftU floral off/XT 
.ings slloatod. lo U^. -popoUirlly ,of, 
this young roan. ,■, . . ;' - ■, ^.'^l;'. 

{•.i«r. tmtnt—kjut k^iiei tna una»i 
fximiog, and those who were cldiesl 
to him knew and lovted him bcit.UU 
Idealh will UBfrcatlr mourned bj^hlr 
boat of fricoda.; -v-'^o' ^'^ .. -.v^MV 



li;tti:us of {TLi\»i)iANsnu' ykauk siTroRT 

r.i>or«ia. Walker -Counly. Georgia, Wnlkor t>)mily. 

Amli-iUon liavitm- Ijccn mncJc in r,, wl.uu. .1 nmy .■■.neon.: Mrs. N. A. 

,,„i„l.,;l ^'uanliau of Jan.oa IJ^-wanlim,. .,f .h..1 oouniv. .l.T.-a,.-.i. ha, op- 
lunlor. a n,inor, nolico is l.crr.hy „„p,, ,o .h« uu.l.-r.,K',.e.J for u y.-ar . 
Kivc. l-.al HaiJ applicalion vnUI b<J,s,„.,.orl fron, ll.o ...int.. of su.,1 .V, 
. ,.r,nnnl nTSFOf1Icerdimi^ITr5r.1oroa.so.l. Notiii' i^ ln-r.-hy pivcn Uial! 
Monilay in January next. Given vin j^^^^^^ [^ i.uluy.Ml.-. sai.l rouoly. on 
(lor my hand and onicial Biijnalurc, ||^ , U^_.. ^,,„„l^y ,,, jmiumy. nrxl. 
lilts D^c. 2, 1018. • Civon iindi-r my liaiid and olUcial 

W L. STANSELL. Ordinary. si>:n!ilnrc. tins 1 ><•'•.-'. I'.'lH. 

\V". I,. SrANsKl.I.. Ordinary. 



LEA\-E TO SELL 

r.oi>rfcin. Walker l^iunly. 

Frank \\ rav..r, nilminlstralor of 
111.- I'Sl;.!.- iif I"., n. Wcav.T, li«l.o;>f 
s;iid .-.niLly, dcr.-us.'.l, liai* applied l<> 
(lie mi.l..r5i(nii'i) for leav.- to s^ll Hit 
pi-rsonal pri'p.Tly brIoiiKiiiK lo said 

laLe.." Notice is tier.-liy K'^eii Hint I 



Uiii 



iss nn said application at my 



.will p 

'olUi-.' Ill l-nl'ayelt... sin. I «-oiinl> 



on 



'lliu llrst Monday in .January, nexl 
( ivcn iin.li-r my linnd and ollleiol si>;- 
iiatiir.. Iliis Dor. J. P.Mrt. 

\V. I,. SlANSKI.l., Ui.linaiy. 



LETTEHS OF CUAHDIANSmP' yvAUS Sll'I'()I\T 

Georgia, Walker County. ,,■ Georfia. Walk.T County. 

Applicnlion having boon inailc m .j.^, wii.ini il may .■oneern: >'rs. 
duo form lo have C. A. MciV)i»ncll ^ ,. j.„_.,,,.,., wi.low of 11. C. I'ost.-r. 
nppoin'.cd guardian bf Oorolhy j■^^].^^,, ^ „t .^ai.l .•oiiiily. .Ir.-.-as.-.l. 
McConncll, a minor, noUcc is '"'fcby ,,.,^ .ipplieil lo lli.' uii'l.M-sit:n.-.l f.ir a 
given I'lal said applicalioll_^vlM^^y,.;ll■■s siipporl for herself an.t one 
pa-iscd upon nl my bfllco °" .'^'"liiflBiiiiiior ehildr.-n. fioin Hie ..stal.- of 
Monday in January, ne.\l. <^\'^^iil*f^'^s:iid .l.-e.-aseil. N.itiee is lierehy 



ricr my hand and omcial signaluro, 
this Doe. 2, lOIB. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary, 



■ rrrTjiexl. «iiven imd.' 

I.KTTEUS OF AOMINISTHAHO.N Jf,.,.,, ,;,.„,,,„,,.. i 
."ircrg'.a. Walker Counly. \ ..• . .• . . 

■\pnlicalion having hecn made in,^ 
diicform lo h.ivc Mf.s V II UanROif. 
nnpoi^iled_ndiiuni3lralrix-»ipon--Ui'| 
cstalc of Ellen Ilogers. lain of said 
county, deceased, nolicn is hTchy 

given that said npplicalion will bo 

passed upon al myomco oi} the (Iret 

Monday in January, next. Olven 

undcrjr.v-hand and omeial signature, 

Ihis Dec^ 2, 1018. 

. 'A' L. HTANSELE, Ordinary. 



K I veil., 
that I will pa-'^ "n -said nppli.aliini al 
my .dll.-.. Ill l.al-ii>..|te,Nai.l i-oiiuly.! 
oil Ihe lirsl .Moii.'ay in .lauuary.j 
lexl. «iiven iiiiil.>r my hand and of-i 
Ins I)..,.. J. I'.ilrt. I 
^ . W. I,. .<1 .V.NSKl.l. Didi. 



LEAVE-TO SELL 

Georgia, Walker County. 
" Mrs. Mary ■'Mamil, ndminislralrix 
„f the eHlatc of Alien Ilixon, late of 
said counly, deceased, has applied U)^ 
Ihn undersi^-ned for h-av,c to well the 
rfal estate belonging to said estate. 
NoUce ic hereby given that I will 
pass on said applinclion al my onice 
in LaFnvetle, saiil county, on the 
nrsl Monday in January, next. Given 
under my hand and olllcial signatuio 
U.is Dec. 2. 1918. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary 



LCTTEHS OF DISMISSION 

Gcorgi'a. Walker Counly. _ 

E P .Aligood. adrainlslralof of Jane 
T AUgwd, lata of Bald county, dc- 
cciscd, has applied lo Iho under- 
signed lor letters of dismission from 
said— iMlmlnislratorship^^'ollMU 

hereby given Ihal I will * 



A TRIBtrre OF UOVK 

/[T^.'lhr, memory of Thomas Aiken 
'\\iio on June lU, 1918, passed from 
this lo a bnttcr world. He had travcl- 
fl the pathway of life for about i^6 
ynars and if the way was somolimcs 
rugged nnd steep he never murmur- 
ed or complained but pressed ever 
onward lowartl the goal. He was sick 
for quite awhile, sulTering greatly, 
yrl be bore his pain with meekness 
and Christian fortitude Wo cannot 
tfndcrsland why II is that our lov«d 
ones have lo suffer for months and 
then al last be Ukcn from uh, but wo 
•know that lie. who holds our lives in 
Ihe hollow of Ilis hand makes no 
misUki* though all may seem dark 
lo us now we know lliut somewhere, 
sometime, we will know and undcr- 
flUnd It all. Hfl was a devoted hus- 
band, kind and loving father, loyal 
lo bis friends and true Ui bis convic- 
lions for what he Ihouglil was righl. 
II makes us fool sad lo know that 
we will ncvnr see Uncle Tom again 
ill this life and we know that in the 
home there m a vacani place which 
never can bi- Idled, but somewhere 
in God's beautiful maiiHioiis iibovi-. 
we will meet him again lo pari no 
mon;. l<enr bereaved oneR, may God 
look on you wILli lender nii-rey nnd 
hital the wounds in eiicli hiiitowiiik 
hourt. and help you to look beyond 
111. wln>rr IraiiHidaiiled roses 



'^»J?"!','J bloom; for only u moulding casket 
applicallon nl myomco la I^tayeoe,,^ burried beneath the sod. we.l 
rold 'counly; on lho.nr.(;-Mondar..n ^^__^^^ ^^^ ^^,, 



sod. we.l; 
gild Vounly; on lho.nr»t-Mondar.«ni --i --• ^^-^^^ ^^^ memory, watched i 
January, next. Given under my banc I ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ,„ ,,p„,.^„ y,„, 
and omcial slgnaturo, thtt ^^'.^l^;,,,,, „„,. your loved one, not m lhe| 

^ W.^-OTATfe ELL, Ordlnarr, ' ^^^ ,„,^ ^,„,,„.,, ^i„. i,„mortal' 
"^4 bloom. -A Loving Niece. 




. LKTIKUS OF DISMISSION. 

tii'.irnia. Walker County. 

.1. l?!S'altoii, (luaiclian of I.n|iinlia 
liiiy. has iippli.'d l.i 111.' iiiiili'i'sign-'d 
for li-ll.M-s of dismission from sai.l 
guanlnnship. N'dice is h.-n-by gi^en 
thai I will pass i.ii said application al 
Illy Klliti; in 1. a Kay. 'I I... said counly. 
im tin- tirsi Monilay in .liimiary, iicnI. 
liiMii iiiiili'C iiiy haiiil ami .illleialsi" 
iiati'.ri'. Iliis Dec. II. f.'KS. 

W. I.. S■^A.^^^1•■.I.I.. Ordinary 

l.ini'.US OF DISMI.SSIO.V 

licoiv ■. Walker llounty. 
Jarii.-s I'. Shalhjck. e\eeiilor u(k'i»' 

11 stall- of W. I.. Stialtus;k. .l.-ceiis- 

.•il. lin< ;;|M'lie.l t.i llii- iiiiil.-rsi;.ii>--' 
Imi- |. 1Ii-i> i.f .lis.iiis.NiMii li-oiii siii.l 
i\i'i-uliirslii|i. .Not ICC IS li.-ii'by given 
lli;il I will pass i-ii said ai'plicali.-n 
:il my ntllce in I.a'l'ayelte, s.iid £oiin-' 
ly, .111 111.' lirst. .\liiii.lay in .laiiuarx. I 
iii-\l. ;liv.'ii iind.-r my haul and of-j 
licial si;:iiatiir.., this 1).-.-. :'... I'.)l». | 
W. I,. STANSKl.l., Or.liiiary. 

LETIEUS OF DIS.MLSSION 

(ieiir^i.i. Walk.'i- County. 

,1. W. Shii-lils. ajhiiiiiislrat.ir uii-m 
111.- .sta:.- of l..-ali M. ."^Iiielils. lati .-f 
•laid county, .l.-'c.-iLSiMl. has applicl '.o 
lift- iin.l.'isigneil for h-ll.-r.s of ili — 
mi.ssi.in from sai.l ailministralorsliip. ; 
Notice is heri-by gix.-ii to all oiin-| 
eern.-d that I will pass on said ap- 
plication at my .dllce in l.aFayetle, 
said counly, on the lirsl .Monday m 
January, next. Giv.-n lui.ler my hand 
uiid olliciul signaliin.. Ibis Dec. °.', 
I 'J 1 8. 

W. I,. Sl'ANSKl.l., Ordinary. 



LET I Fits OF (;i;\ui)iANSim' 

Georgia. Walker Counly. 

Applicalion having been made in 
dii.. form lo have .M. 1.. Cidw.l.-r ap- 
pointe.l guardian of James Uft^anl 
Hunter, a minor, nclice is lienrhy 
given I l-.al .said applicalion will bo 
passed upon at my-olllcc on tltmirsT 
.Monday in January next. Given un- 
der my hand and onicial signature, 
this D.-c. 2, 1018. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



LETTERS OF GUAUDLVNSIUP* 

Georgia, Walker County. 

Application having been ihnd? Iri 
duo form lo have C. A. .Mci>)nnoll 
nppoin'.cd guardian 6f Dorothy L. 
McConncll, a minor, notice is hereby 
■given thai said applicaUonLwill^' 

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JAirUAit J, 19J9. 



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MRS. J. C. OSBORNE DIES iv 
IN CHAnHNQOii 



On Inil >tondRf «b<>ul 1 o'cl(»ri p. 
Rn, Uir fonUe ninril of Mms St^li*; 
Rustt )<'fl~lhc.lrnrninnl of rlayN;i^ 
whkJi A had bW>n nurUin-d for more 
'tli»n 20 yoam, ami wifi(,-pd il* IIWWC/ 
'U) He c;om«l honir. 8*llir wah « 
■TNJOd ptrl. loved hy all wlio know her. 
;Shc §uffr.r'r4 iniicli bul bore tier uf- 
Iflictkni" and.HtifToririK w.ilh [.uticnce 
!and cliru>U«n fnrtllude. Hnr rfiiiiainK- 
•<vorc laid |f> rcul in the cemoLr.rj at 
iflclhd near (iorr. Ga, Tuesday af-l 
Inrnoon, Hrv. 1. S, Leonard conducl- 
Ing the funeral »tfi^icc. Wc could 
bul JowRlnc as wc. helped U) Jowor, 
the oaa^ol Irrto Lhc itilonl "lomb, liow 
hard 11 miidl br for parent* l<i give 
Mjp their children. We lender our 
sympathies to lliosc bereaved. 

I.N MEMORY 

Oil Wxo cvcninK of Murrh I. 11»1H. 
tlie .i\^-i'l Hpiril of .Mr.-i. Aniilo Leo 
_VVyaU 'I'lioiims went homo lo (iod 
who Kuvrjj. I 

, Our conimunily was lUletl with 
Rlooii) r.iid aoilnoMs liy Ibc aniiounro- 
mnnt o;' her ilcnlh as she wa.s gronl-1 

I ly loved hy all she cainn in contact 
with aiil especially her schooliiialL-.s, 
as she was n ^eat favorile with 
tliein. She alC^ays had a kind word 
and pl:!isanl smile. for everyone sli" 
met. 

She w;iM nick sometime hut hore h?r 
sufTerinK with muc'i patience and 
seemed to meet death \"vilh a smile. 
She ^vas born Di-o. 20. 11K)0. (lied Mar. 
1. 1018. and was married lo llarvc 
ThomiH on Doe. 23. 11)17. She pro- 
fessed laiUi in Clirisl narly in life 
and unii,e<l with I'leasant Hill Mctlio- 
(list rliureh of- which she lived i> 
ifaillirul member until (iod said il 
is eno'.ifih. rome u|) hinher. Shu 
loaves her husband, nrMilher, slrp- 



ralhcr, lirotliers and 
lo-sl of relatives an^ 
uoiirn her depature, h 
os.s i.s !ier train. 
Sleep oil dear Annie, 
jod called thee home 
best. 



, \\ 

Friends and relalivM of Mr».i*;CJ 
Osborne wore much fericved lo h^f 
of her death which ocourrc<l at 
homo ill Chattanooga Saturday, 
2l8L 

1 Mrs.- Osborno was roared a 
Ichickamauga, where as Miss EugC 
ia Dyer she was universally loveW 
After her niarriage she resided^* 
number of years near Uoynl^n, flj^, 
where her unusually sweet and Wa- 
ning disposition made many frion'^. 
Ilcr d-jttlh coming on the ovo oX WC 
holidays has caused much sadncsiiJ, 
She is survived Jiy her huabanda^ 
lilUo son, Edwin, one brother, Lottp; 
Dyer, of Pond Spring, Uiroo sislct*, 
Mra. aallio Ireland, Mrs. AddloDlr«,- 
and MrS. Ellon ClomenU of Chlok^ 
mauga". Ihltmicnt look placO 8<riV 
day aflcrnoon Doc. 22, at ChlCHj- 
mavy^B, Oa. i-> 



MRS. J. II. i|)|ti$OI DIED 
^EIRLTSIWOAYRIBIIT 



""^Ji*-tio«Ui SonUay night «t Mrs. J. 
V. John^son, al her jiome at Ckwpcr 
Iloighls, came as a dlsUnct shock to 
her many relatives arwl frioads. 
While she had-)»oea ia declining 
hoallh for many month*, hor condi- 
tion waft nol thoughl serious, until 
Baluni.;.- iiiclit when she became 
dangero^.^iv mI, SLnd died Sunday 

Diji^hl lUA^''. ■ -. 

.AtglKt liuie of hor dealh sho was 
6j j'einlLof ago. 

The (lu^oased is survived by her 
husband and six children, Mrs. S. I\. 
Tucker, Mrs. L. A. Slophens, Miss 
Ophia johnson, W. J. Johnson, of 
Dodd City, Texas, W. L. Johnson and 
James C. Johnsoa of Cooper Heights. 
Funeral services wore held Tues- 
day morning at 11 o'clock from Iho 
homo; conducted by Ilev. L. L. Lan- 
druin,' in tho presence of a large 
concourse of sorrowing relatives and 
friends. Inlcrrncnl followed in Itio 
Bingletorry graveyard. 
^ Mrs. Johnson early In life professed 
a faith ill Christ and joined Iho 
Methodist church, and lived a dovoU 
od Christian lifn until tho ond came 
Sunday niglil. Sho was loved by all 
thoso who know hor, and she will be 
groatly missed In her community. 

Friends of the family extend Ihoir 
moal hearUell synipatiiy in this sad 
"hour... ^^ ~ 



OES, JANUARY 3. 1910. 



-XT 



LEGAL AD\ EHTliiEUlE.NTS 



ADMIMSIHATOUS SAI.K i 

jOiirpia.'WalkcT Cimnly | 

By \irli:(> nf airiiiili;i (rndi I In-! 
3ourl of Oriliiiary. of >«nl ccuiUy.j 
*'ill lie solil lo llic lufilii'sl aiiil'lii'sl 1 
OiA^BT. williiii llic Irgnl Imuis of 
sale on llic llrat Tufsday in .Iniiuary, 
next, li'MiiK llic Till (lay of .laiiu- 
•ify, lyi'.i. ut llio oourl lioiisc doiir, 
i^i saidslalc and cuiinly. llic follow- 
ing dar^ihoti properly, lo-wjt: 

Trac*I. 'I'lial part of land lol No. 
JTliirty-ninc (3^) in llic .Niiilli ("Jlh- 
District and Fourth (Uli) Section of 
I said coun]^',_do8cribcd .i.s follows: 
iBcKinniiig al the point twenty (20> 
Ifeel cast of llic center of the T. A. G. 
IrailroatWicd whero it crosses Uic 
! south line 6f said lol No. tliirly-nine 
I (39) and running northwardly willi 
eastern boundary ot said railroad 
|ri^lil-o-way to thirly-ciglil (38) feci 
of-a slraight north lino of Ilcssic E. 
.McCulchcn's land on said lot; lliencc 
cast to center of the ChalLanooga 
■Galley public road; thence south- 
wardly with the center of said public 
road to south line of lot No. thirty- 
nine (39) ; thence west with south 
line to beginning point, containing 
.alj( (G) acres more or less. 

Tract II. Beginning al the western 
boundary of the right-of-way of the 
T. A. 0. railroad, where it crossc'* 
the south line of said lol No. thirty- 
nine (39) ; thence running wo.sl with 
the said south line of lot No. 3-.I twen- 
ty-one and onc-lentli (21 I-IO) rodi 
lo a stone— cornciTl-hcncc runnini; 
north with west line of said lot No. 
Ihirly-tjine (39), seven 'and forty-two 
one hundredths (7 ■'i2-l(X).i chains: 
Ihencc cast parallel with south liiv: 
of lol No. Ihirty-iiine (.T.);, twenty- 
four and eight tenths (1:4 8-10'' 
chain.s to western lioiiiKhiry of T. A 
G. railroad right -of-w.Tv; Ihencc 
snuthsvardly with the ^cslern boun- 
dary of said railroad's right-of-way 
lo beginning point, conlaining seven- 
leen (1 7) acres more or less. * 



Tract III. Also Ihat^irtr-nT lot of; 
land No. one hundred anil forly-iuie 
(lil) in saiit district, section and{ 
cuunly, described as follows: lle^in- 
ning al the soulhwcst corner on the 
western boundary line of said lol at 
a stake corniir; llnMici; running norlli' 
with boundary of .John A. Moonis 
land eight hundred and live (805) 
feet to the corner 'of the fenoc; 
thiiice soutlicasliTly direction wi'.!\ 
wire fence Ilvo hundred and forty 
(S40) feci lo a road sold lo Mr. Davis; 
IbPncc southwardly with road Ilvo 
hundred (500) feet lo a wire fer.co; 
Ihencc west with the wire fence and 
llio boundary line lo the Davis prop- 
erly llircc hundred and fifty (350' 
feci lo starting point, conlaining sev 
on (7) ncrcs more or less. Also that 
part of lol of land Ko. one hundred 
and forly-onff (141) in said district 
and section described as foliow.s: 
Commencing al Iho While Oak tree 
al the e.orner of the fence, beiag the 
soutlici.i, corner of said field; tlicnco 
running west flvo hundred and sixty- 
four (501; feel lo a road thai was 
sold to Mr. Davis; Ihcnce northward 
ly with said road four hun<lrod and 
ninely-one (191) feet to the fence: 
Ihcnce caslwardly with said fence 
seven hundred and five (705) feel lo 
the beginning, containing four (l) 
acres mere or less. 

Sold as the property of George 11. 
Pierce, (!ccc!r8nd, Jor the purpose of 
paying debts and distribution. Tcrm9 
ono-half cash'; balance rUio one year 
after dnlo of salo with interest ol S 
per cent from dale of sale, with priv- 
ilege of purchaser lo pay all cash. 
F. A. CIlUTCIIKIEf.D, Admr, 
,;, Of Geo. II. Pierce, Deceased. 



-#- 



l.nTTEUS (»F An.MIMSTnATIO.N 

Georgia, Walker County. 

Application having been made in| 
duo form to have Mrs V 11 Ilansoiri^ 
appointed ndminlfllratrix upon tlw 
catalo of Ellen Ilogers, lalo of said 
county, deceased, nDlico is hereby i 
given Ihat said application will bo 
passed upon at my ofTlce on the first 
Monday in January, next. Given 
under my hanri and odlcinl signature, 
this Dec. 2, 1918. 

W L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



112 



JANT7AEY 3. 1919. 

i.E.wn TO 6i:ll 

Georgia. Walker Couiily. 

Mrs. Mary MnmU. oiliiiiniiilralrU 
of Uifi cstali! of Alico llixun, Inir of 
sniU coiu.ly, decouscil, li.is applied Ui 
llic uMiliTsiKiird for leavo to bi;11 Uin 
real estate liclonKiiiK to ^^ald estate*. 
Notiro ;.-, licrcliy Kivrn llial I will 
[)a<Mi on said uppliaction ut iiiy-olUco 
^n r.al'nyctlp. «aid r..\inty, on tho 
'rir.st Monday in January, next. Oivcn 
under my hand and olllcial oignaturo 
tilts Dec. 2,«1913. 

W. L. STAN.SELL, Ordinary. 



CHAPM.V.N-rKTTIJO»N | 

Miss Jess.o L. I'eltijM'". of Lu- 
Kayetle.Ga.. and G.W. Chapman, 9^1 

.his city. wcn> qn.cUy ""''•^'~' ^1 
Ct.ri.stn, I. day at the home of t> « 
.irido'B parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J- 
;...lfjolm, of I-aKayette. rUc Undo 
wcro B brown su.l. wUt. hat an 1 
«co-s>.ories to .nalcl. an.l a corsn-;o 
of hru o'.-' ro.ses. After a short try) 
u. Ciocumall and other points in tl.i> 
east the yo.ing couple will re.Hido In 
ithis city.— Sunday's Times. 



LETTnnS OF DISMISSIO.N . 

r.corgla. Walker County. 
E. P. Allgood, administrator of Jano 
T. Allgood," lato of said county, de- 
ceased, has applied to llio under- 
signed lor Ifillcrs of dismission from 
said' Bdmlnlstralorslilp. Notice Is 
hereby given that I will pass on said 
appliealion at my ofHco in LaFayotte, 
'said ccunly, on the first Monday m 
January.ncxt. GivcQ uqdcr my hand 
and offi cial signat ure, IJils^ ^^'^•^''^ 

mS. - .'■ ..."■■- "';, . " :^^'5 

; : . .' V. L".' STANSELL, Of dlnarx. \ 




Thcriiltle child of Mr. an't Mrs 
CharlcH Jeflcry was buried here 
Monday. ' ■ . 



■Mrs. I.ec /. I,aii|)ley Alli'nds 
Fuiirnit (if Mrr SInIcp 

Mrs. l.vr .1. l.:nu-l.'y lel'l liieH'ljo 
aflenuinii fur llliiel.>!ic;u-. wlu-i'e slii 
Koef I" ;illeiiil I he fu'iiTiij of her "in- 
MiH, A. K. Ivsle.-.. uhM uiid al h. I 
Mil- ill \\'!ishilij;luii. I), r... eiiilj 
'I'uiMdjiy iiioriiiii«. Mrs. KileH sv.iS I In 
olilext .Mi.-<li'r of Mrs, l.iiiiKley. iiiiil ii' 
MarKuri'l Mraiitli-y hIh- was kiniwi 
lis mil.- of Ihe mosi lieiiiililiil i:\vi- ii 

i; '^lia. The <lei-..;,s d |.M,e<. h •- 

siili'i llie fiiiiiilu's i.r lii'e .■.i-iillif|- 
and si.slers. her hu.-haiid. I'.id. A. H 
l':HleH. of WiishinKtoii. unit lwi.» miiih, 
holli In the Hcrvlce of. (heir ci.unlry. 
.MiiJ. Iln.iilley Ksles now in Friiiien 
and li'.'oadiiH KhIch in Ihe navy. 



IWl— .MHS. i. W. NASH— 1918 

Tho followmg tribute to the life 
uf Mr."!. J. W. Nash was wxitten bv 
lier iiiccc, Mr.'L llobert liorry. of 
iSlWrislown, Tcnn: 

In thi:f day of swiftly moving 
world event, with his^iry rapidly in 
the making, and governments chniig- 
ed over-mglit, il is quite possible lo 
full to nivo such thought as is due 
to llio passing from our midst of a 
loved .iiul aged saint, whoso life of 
usefulness reached a ijuiet, natural 
and peaceful end. 

Such was the death of Mrs. J. W. 
.Nash, and heoaiise il is true Ihat she 
out-lived all her old assoei:ites. who 
knew and Imed her hesl, it iftronies, 
a real privilege lo a youngi-r lovi-d 
one. to pay this simple tribute to IutJ 
beautiful life. j 

Klizabelh Jeiimng.s .Nash was born j 
111 Kdgellelil couiily, Soiilti I'.arollii.i I 
on June !.'5, 18il, meniher of a fam- 
ily whose name llgure.s promiiieiilly 
in the hislory of Ihe. slate. Her 
grandfather. John .lennings, was a 
man of affairs and of weallli. Her 
father. Win. Hustings Jeiimngs, re 
moved to deorgia shortly after her 
marriage, and lieiiiK a slndenl anil 
dreamer, the fullier of a large fam- 
ily, was never able to maintain the 
financial status of his youth. 

Upon Ihe death of her parents. 
I'',li/abe'.li made lier home with her 
sister, Ihe wife of Major A. J. Ileal- 
an, whose hoiiievfor year."* was the 
cottage on the northern edge of I,a- 
•J-'ayetle, located upon the heaiitifiil 
hill, a iiiaiile grove, i|uile a few of 
the trees of which she set out sixty- 
five year.'* ago. 

I''rom this home she wa.s marriei! 
to Dr. J. W. Nash, who afterwards 
purclias(!il the home, and here there 
were horn to •them Ihe following 
children: Maggi« (Mrs. K. I'. Hull, 
Sr.), James. 'I'yre J. and Thomas. 
' They lived here for L'.'i years, until 
upon the sale of Ihe pro|)eiiy, llii-y 
built IliO' present home on Cove .St.. 
XtonT^hicli home Mrs. Nash died 
Sept. L"i, lilia. 

This simple sketch compasses the 
lifo-span of a former cili/eii, but il | 
does not touch the inner life which 
made of Mrs. Nash, a personality 
whoso influence will live. Fighting 
ill-health for niany years, Ihere was 
no word of cilmplaiiit; fiiiil of body, 
she yet neglected no duly; bright in 
mind ami in spirit, her letters were 
an inspiration to her loved ones — a 
devoted Christian, she made one fee] 
there was that In her lif<- which phy- 
sical w.^akness could not touch. 

The memory of such n iiiollier will 
be a blessed heritage to her children. 



il3 



JAUP A&Y 10. 19 10. 

JUDSON C. ABERGROMBIE 
]IEU"SDDraLTS^UROAT 



Tlio many frionils of Judson C. 
Al.t-uromhie will be [loinod to loan? 
of III- .'iiddon (loulli tiuUirday iiiglii 
al Hpspvil't*. Ho had been in -11 
licallli i'(ir foinn linif but lliorn wa-i 
ni) iniiratlialo wornliij? Uial dfaUiv\a« 
near. 

I"'or n fdw ycar» Uic deceased Iri 1 
served Ci: (ho Cliallunooga police 
fori'c, •■v'lcro lie was ruled a.s one "T 
tho moat a'llcicnl olUcers Cliallaiiuo- 
Ha ever had Ho was large of slnliie, 
fearU'ss aiid was always "on llie jn.'i." 
Tiio f.asl (.iglilccn moiiLlis lie lu-l 
l-i.en ciii|ilt.ycd al CliickuinauKaoiirU 

Mr. bcrcfonibii! was iinniarrie.!, 
and Mn<.vinK bim are bis inii''\ ;r 
ni\d falli' 1', Mr. and Mrs. \V. S. Alii.i'- 
cronibie, of I'ond Spring, four brolli- 



PVTf JAMES E. HUNTERJ i, c, HAllDiMiDEKL! 
KILLED IN. ACTIolli froh siroke of paralysis 



SCPT, 28— WAS BURIED IN AMCT<|'| 

, ICAN CEMETEnV NEAR BUI>^^;\ 

LECOURT FRANCE-DIED ^ 

. BRAVELY. f-M 



Mrs. W/'O. Hunlor Is la receipt bf^ 
Ihe /'oUowIng IcUcp: • ''>^ 

'■■. American E. F. France', '..ii^ „ 

■ ': ' ' December^ 2,1918.^ lire left side became paralyzed. He 
Mrs. W. 0. Hunter, '' ^'^'-^^*MS -•'■"-" ^"■■"'"" •'""""■''""*•*'"'' """■ 



The sudden dcalb of Tlioinas C. 
Hall, of Kensington, al Ibc homo of 
Dr. J. P. Hunter early Sunday morn- 
ing from a stroke of paralysis, came 
as a sbock to bis many friends in the 
county. 

Mr. Hall worked in bis mill all day 
Saturday, and Saturday nlgbl about 
7 o'clock he went into tbo store of 
Hall & Evitl lo make out bis pay roll. 
Sborlly after entering Ibo store he 
began Buffering with a violent head- 
ache and about eight o'clock his cn- 



Kensfngtoo, Oa.,' 
Dear Mrs. IIunt«r: — _ '. '//. 
Your son was klllcdla action 
ers, Lulbcr. D. K, Napoleon and Kit. 20th, lOlfll He died InAUpUy Wllhwj 
nU of I'ond Spring, and one sibler, jan opportunlty^to. speak.'':. * Vj^-;;^. 
Mrs. G. W. nrotbcrlon. of (:hlckii-| • Ho was burtod'-tn 'an' ' Anfencau'S 
mauga. "' ' [cemetery :ncaf,,BcllecourtiFratiO'«^3 

Funeral . sei-vices were held atj|Ho-<llodo' bfavoand_ gallant aoldJot".'^, 
Chickamauga Sunday afternoon at wo all r(('gretlho iupreroo »acriflc«h<f^ 

I o'clock, interment following in Ibp ' 11ll.,»^«••.,«M Wnf .. i.rtirrtrt«'of...^ 

Baptist cemetery. 



al once became unconscious and was 
carrled.lo Ihq home of Df. Uualcr, 
whoro ho tfied atll:45. 
'. 'Tho deceased is survived by an on- 
ly fcon. Brooks Hall, of jMlanta, two 
brothers, 6, P, ol Kensington, and 
MaJ. B.' F; Hall, who is In Franco, *nd 
ono sIslor.'.Mrs; Erwfn, of Ashcvllle, 
Ji,,C. Hl« wife, who waa^.Mlsa Lottie 
firooks; a daughter of Iho.lato L."W. 



W.LHEARH DIED MONDAY 
; |0F PNEDMONIA ATTACK 

New* has been received of tho 
death, ' Monday morning, of W. L. 
Hcam, of Chickamauga. from pneu- 
monia, - , 

Mr. Hoam was 48 years old and a 
member of the Baplisl church and 
the Chickamauga lodge W..0. \V. 

Ho is survived by a wido<v and 
throo children: Clayton Ucarn of 
Camp Bhcrldan; B. Ucarn, of Chick- 
amauga, ^ and Mrs, Nola Oliver, of 
Chattanoogn. Funeral, s'ifvlcca were 
conducted from Iho rcsIUcnca Tues-; 
day momln? by; Rov. Kington, inter- 
ment following ia tho Chickamauga 
cerfjclory.' *':v;-'V/^ i.- w.' -': ,.••• '; .. "- 



80 Willingly' paid, but m clilitida'pt'iji 'B^ook«,^p^c<:eded,him to tho grave 



the groalosi peace-loving natlon'lpriw fifteen years ago, 

carlh wo feel'hODorod tatiavB 8^ioli;>5 IvBom March A 1872. Mr. Hall wa» 

men among ua.- ./^.C^ 

•-.,•- • Youra sfnocrely, : ; ■ "i^S 

/ • . BERBERT U- PHILIPS4Ma 



COLROOSEVEa'S - 
iDEATHiiURNED I 
^ BY ALL AMERICANS 



' , In Un' death of Colonel Theodore 
Roosevelt Monday .j; morning. ._:tho 
United BUtcs loocs'ji great.'man. Ho 
.'was known All over; Ihd. world as « 
•.■.Blatosman.'oratori, hunter and vigor- 
;<rasthinkcr."Ho was amost powerful 
i^litical fore©- in this cbuntryi;»nd 
'vdlstlngu^hed blmself in every .walk 
kcT llfevfJUh partiansLip Is lost sight ol 
•'.In his 'dttUi and-all Americans^' as 



W years of age at tbo lime of his 
death and was a son of B. F. Hall, 
bno of the county's roost prominent 

cilIzons.;'ruv '■:■.:.'■' ' ■- ■ ■••-•>'' 
-•"Funeral services were held from 
ihd WcCbodlst "church at Kensington 
ifoiiday ibftming at It o'clock, con- 
ducted by Rev. L. L. Landrum. In- 
terment Immediately followed in the 
Garmany graveyard., -'v > ; - ' : .'•; 

^i I ^. ^ ■ ^ ^ M ! I MM M ' I- H-4-fr 
+ . * 

•|i , \ LEE + 

♦ V . * 

WclI,-lbooId hills arc while with 
snow, so wlntr^r has como at laaU 

Buford Parke r pasiod f/'otp tbU 
world to Ibe grcat'beyon(na«rr)iur8- 
day nigbt al clgbl' o'clock, l^ufon! 
wai a giKHl, qulel boy and loved by 
til wbo knew lilin. Funeral gervlco'/ 
were li^" Id from the homo Friday al 
1 o'clock and the rmalns were ear- 



) clock 
rled lo Wesley Chapel for burial 



''Weir*8"rcpro8cnl*tlYC8 of the gov-^ Wo extend our beartfelt sympnthy 
^prpmeais of.thoearlh aro ' paying lo tho loreavod family, 
figlowing-tribntes to his, Wo'.:<nd '^ 

: works^r this really great man. Bare-| 
'fir: hasfth* worid.evcr -socn roch ». 
•Wlqu* cbaractcrw America mourns I 
ji'bcr great loss/ > tbo| psssinTi-.x)! , 
il.TheodciT*; RoosoYclU v-.;tl-'. , !;■-"■'.•■- ;v . ■;'] 



4 



JANUARY 10, 1919. 

MrKAni,AM>— UnOWN 

'Clin many county frirmh of lli<" 
conlracliiiK |mrlip« will rrad willi 
plrRNViro till; followiuK uiinoiinec- 
incnl: 

Aiinouiiccmi'iil lioa been nimlr! of 

tlic ciignKi^'in'nl 'nnd apiironohinR 

nianinKc of Mi.-w IK'lcn Urown i» 

SorKl-Miij. IliilHTl \V. McKarluncl. of 

llii'*8IOlli acio siiiinilron. wilh lioail- 

qiniilcrs al Sii.'iMlwny. Inil. 

; Tlu! svcil(^nK will bo aolrninizril 

Juiiuiu>-H III llio lioni" of III" 

l.iiinTs |.;ii-.'iiU, Mr. nii<l M"'"- W. K. 

llrnwn llri)WM?*T)urK. I"<J- 

I SiTu;l-Mnj. Mcl'uil.iiiil is lln- mim 

'.,r Mi\ anil .MiH. T. 1'. Mcl'"u'-1 imJ. •■( 

LookoM'. Moiinliiin. lie '\>f a gi' »''":'''■ 

iif Mr :illi<' .sirlinid ami (IcorKin ('••'l" 



•!• '^' 

.J. SI I AW 'I 

"b '^ 

Till' lilll'" Mill' "I Mr. anil Vrs. C.ii.-.-. 
i.flVnrs iliKsl Siiiiilay. 
4-f -H-I-l-H-I- i - I - l 'l ■ ! ' l - M -'H' I 
i a. CED.\R GROVE + 

+ +! 

i CiiiiL. .1. V. Wdo.l is iiuili- fri'liii- :il I 

Ins liiiiiir. Ilr is ni' m Ins HO's. Ili'| 

iliuvs mil slir mil iiuirli imw. \Vi- iiii.-n 

liiiii MM-y imii-li al rliunli ami Siin-| 

ilay si'liucil. 

I YKAUS SlIM'Oin 

jdrorfjia, WiilkiT iJiunly. 

I To wlioiii it may coiuimii: Mrs. A .1 
Wlu-i-liT. willow of A. .1. Wliiroli-r, 
lal"' or saiil coiinly. ilfi-i-asril. lias aji- 
plii-il lo llii: unilrr.sitnii'il for a yi;ai"s 
siippitrl from llii' i-slati- of said dr- 

■ ri-a.si-i|. .Nolin- i.s lirndiy KIVimi llial 
I will'pa.ss on said applirnlion al. my 
olllri- in l.al-ayrtli-. said ••.mnty. on 
llic lir.sl Mnmlay m I'idiruary, mvxl. 
(iivi-n (iiidiT my hand and ollicial 

IsiKnaliin-. Uiis .Ian. (>. I'.M'.I. 

I W. 1,. STANSi:i.l,. Ordiniiiy. 



AIlVll.MSrUAIOIf.S SAI.i: 

(.I'l.iKia. \\ alkrr liminlx. 

II) M'lin- of an uidi-r issm-.l li:iiii 

III.- i;..iil iif Onl^iaiv. of WalkiT 

i.-..iiiily. (;i'.iij;ia, al lis .laniiary I'-rii. 

o|.i. will 111- sol. I li.|..i.' Ill'- i:oiul 

In, lis.- ,|,..,i III 111.- I.iwn ..f l.alay.-U--. 

-.ml slali- iiml nniiilv i.n Hi'" Hr^' 

Tiicsiia-, III r'.'lii-iiar.\. i;'-\l. Im-iiikHi" 

lilll day o| l'.-lMiiai\. willini llo' I'-- 

!;;al I. -Mils of .sal.- lo II..- IiikIi-'sI ami 

I'.icsl I.Hjdrr__nm^oll.iwiii>: d.-M-iili-d 

I [.ropfTTyToiw' sliar.j l.al'a.\rlli' c;..'- 

loii .Mill sl.M-k; om- .\la\w.-ll Aiiloin ■ 1 

bil.-. Ii\i- |ias.<iMiKi'i'. I'.Mii inml.-l ni 

trood I .indition; oni- Am.-inaii a.l.lniK 

mauliim-; om- MudiTw..oil lypi'wnl " 

rnd ollo'r arlirlrs. To In- sold as Ho- 

pi-opi-rly of C. I). \Vi'a\.M-. .l.-r.-asi-il. 

for III'- purplish ..I ilislrilnilion. 

Trriiis of sail- niadi- know mm day of 



IIIA.NK WKAVKll. Admr.. 
C. I). Wenvrr, l)i^.rasi:.l 

LiriTEHS OF GUARU1A.NSIIIP 

Georgia, W'akcr County. 

Application liavinff bei;n made ib 
d-jc :orni to bavc Suslo Glenn ap- 
pointed guardian of Willie May. 
Sarali and Jobn Lewia Glenn, notice 
is licn-by jjiven tbnl .said application 
wUI be pa^ed upon at my ofbcc on 
the nrst Monday in February, ncxU 
Given under my band and oniical 
signature, tbi.s Jan. 6, 1919. 

\V. L. isTAiNSELL, Ordinary. 

i,irm:itsT)F AD.Mi.MSTii.vnoN 

(M-orgia, Walker (bounty. 
I Apiilication having been made in 
due form lo bave S. 1'. Hall appoint- 



LE-rTERS O^- DISMISSIO.S , 

Gnorgia. Walker County. ' | 

.Mrs. Kate Ha(r»cll. atlrtiinifdrsLrii 

if Ihe .-blale of K. H. Bagwell, has 

applied l<} Ibe under.iigncd for let- 

l.-ri* of diKinissioii from said adinin- 

islralnxttiip. .Notice is hereby given 

I Uiat 1 .vill pa.s-i on said applicalion al 

my onice in IJiKayetle. said county, 

on lb.- tlrst Monday m Kebrnary. 

next. <iiven under my hand and of- 

licfal signature. Ibis .Ian. ti, lUI'J. 

W. 1.. STA.NSEI.L, Ordinary. 

EKrTEUS OK nisMissio.v 

i.i-orgia. Walker Oiunty. 

li.-.i. .1. II inkle nnd Henry V. Mas- 
,.-y, adminislralo. of 11. V. llinkb- 
'.deceased, have aiipl d lo the und.M--; 
sigm-d lor lelter.s of . .sniission from 
said a.liiimistraUirsbip. .Nolicf is 
;ii.-reby givi^i Ibat I will i.ass on said 
'application al my ollb-e in l.aKayelle, | 
sai.l county, on tbc liisl .Monday in' 
l-.l.iiiaiy. iK'xt. (iiM-n iimb-r my 
hand ami olliiial .signaliir.-. Ibis .Ian. 
C. r.M'.i. 1 

I \S . 1.. .SlANSKl.l.. Dr.liuary. , 



I.KI lEH.S OE AO.MI.MKIHATIO.N 

i,.-i.ri.'ia. Walki-r Coiinly. 
I Api.liialion having lu'eii mad.- in 
L;,,.- rmiii lo lia\r Alice Tin-ley a|.- 
I|„inili-d ;..liiiiiiislratrix upon the i-s- 
l|;il.- of .Mike Tiiisb-y. late of sai.l 
.-..uiily, .b-e.-ased, nolle- is lu-r.'liy 
giM-ii that said application \sill he 
l.ass.'i! upon at my ollic on Ihe llrsl 
I.M.imlay in l-'i'liciiary. m-\l . < iiv.-ii uii- 
1 .i.-i- my hand and ..llliial smnalur.-. 
Iliis .Ian. li, I'.ll!'. 
I W. 1,. S'l'A.NSKI.I,. Oi.linary. 



LEAVE TO .SEEE 

( .eoit;ia. Wiilk.-r Coiinly. 

.M. i;. \\li.-.-l.-r. iiilmiinslial.ir of 
Iho .-stale- of A. .1. W lii-i-b-r. lali- of 
sai.l coiiiily. d.-ii-:iM-.l. has aii|died lo 
III.- uiidi-isiKii.il for l.-a\.- to m-II Ibe 
r.-al .-stall- h. longing to said eslali-. 
.Noll.-.- IS li.-i.-by «n.-ii thai I will 
pass on said applicalion iS my olllee 
111 I,al-'ayi-lli-. said county, on the 
llrsl .Monday in 1-i-biiiary. m-xl. Giv- 
i-ii uiid.-r my hami and ollicial signa- 
tiiri-. Ibis .Ian. (1. l'.H9. 

A'. I,. t^lA.N.SKl.l.. Ordinary. 



cd administrator Upon the e»ULe -Of 
T C Uall, late of mW county, de- 
cked, notice 13 hereby. Biv*n lOal 
said application wUl bopMSCtl upor. 
al my olbee on Ibc Orel Monday in 
February, next. Given . under my 
liand and ollicial sifc-nature, Ihfs Jan. 
G, 1919. 

W. L. STA.NSELI., Ordmary. 




j/3nAX\n, ;»i9.. 






OlTRtN JONES UIDTORtST 
•Al!*RliCK SPflmis-SpW t,^«^^+«+H"-^ 

Mif. aiKl Mrs. Geo. +'aih, of ChaUa- 

iiDOWi. burird ono of llicir children 

'•y ''^ Mimrtay. The child," ^ho had hccii 



-I'm 



^. .J. + 

AfLor iin illiuc«« of n few dnys. Ihi 
,'illlc Ihrre y<-nv old tluutjhlcr, of Mr 
1 Mr«. W. P. U^BWOod! dii^d Mon- 
day ni^lil fi-iitii an iiLlack of pMcuino- 
nin. Till' lilllc iMidy wan Inkon t<i 
Macedonia Kravcyurd Tuonday (or 
burial. 'I'ln' many frlrnds (if Mr. and 
\Mk-H. 11ck%vo<m1 <licc|)Iy WyinijaUii/.e 
j^villi Uicni in Uii-ir bor<'av(;(nci>l'. 



held nt Hock Springs Mclhodisl 
church Sunday all 1/ o'clock, in 11 



Kunrr.il ecrvlccs o/cr Iho ho'l 

Urran Jtiiics, who di'id Friday in;)r.)- a„ i,jv«lid all il'» life, was laid lo rcsl! 

nig at liis home near Allanln. wi-rn ja Mc'nlyrc ccniclcry. j Holh Mr. and MrH. |lci,-wo(ld nro Hlj 

Vi'~y/ilh |i:i(ninionia and uitlvuMi/.a ut 
Ihoir home on i;oJ4^3l.rcel. 

• -». J. - ■ I 

i.i:avi: to sici.l 

licorKia, WalkfrCnunly. 

C. .\l. W'hiM'li.T, adinini.ilralnr of 
111.- .■.slalr of .\. .1. Whi-.-lrr. laic nf 
said i-diinly. di-c.-asiMl. Ii;is applii'd U, 
Ihi- undi-i-.Mixni'd Un- Iimm- to .si-ll (lie 
ri-al I'-ilalc licliin;.-in;.- lo said f.slali-. 
.N'olir i ! i.s 1 1 i Ti-liy >.-ivfii Dial. 1 wdl 
pa.ss^Mi sanTappliralii.n at my "'lUi-c 
in^.al-ayi'llc. saiil c.iunly. un Ihi- 



prosonco of a largiM concourau of 
Hori'owing rolalives and friend.s, con- . 
ducted by Itev. A. K. Scott. Interment 
ininicdiatcly followed In the Hock 
.Springs comclory. I I 

The deceased is survived by n widv 
ow and scvcrnl chiljlrcn, and two 
brothers, lleoee i\nd 11. C. Joruis, both 
of Hock Springs. Tho doconscd wa« 
a brother of the Into Jack Jon(«, of 
Chattanuogn, a well-known clothing 
salesman of that city, who pasuc'l a- 
way a few months ago. Mr. Jonon 
was one of tho ten sons of Jaine8 U. 
Jones, of U6ck Springs, onn of tliD 
county's mojl prominent cltlr.ons. 

For sevoral years tho decnpscd wan 
a citl/.cn of I.nFnyollo anil nnjoyed a 
wide circio of friends, wlio mourn 
his deatli. 



i I CEDAIX CnOVE + j 



Very sorry indeed lo t;vail ni the I 
.Messenger of the^Jealh of ouc of my 
old school-mates, T. <;. Hall. Tom 
■was big hearted and kind lo all, am! 
was very frec-Ucaited. JJut death is 
no respector of iinrson.'i. 

i CAGLE-LONGLEY. 

Mlsa Ncllio Ixingley," of 'Aplson. 
T^nnn, and Mr. Ix)y H. Cogic, of lUies- 
vUlo, were happily marriod. al Iho 
liomo of tho brldo on Ghrlstmaa cvp- 
nlng, tho Rev. W. C. ToUcnl ofldelal- 
logr. : ' -.', 

(tTli(Vwe<Wlng wm a quiet homo a/- 
falr jand.^rias wUnossAd bf rdftllYCS 



Jifsl Miiiiday in I'dn uai-.\. n>-\l 
en und'-i- my liaurl ;iii,| n|li,-iil •: 
hnc. Ihiu Jan. li. I'.i|;i. 

\\. \:. SC.\.\S|:i.l.. ilr.lniai-v 



<iiv- 

.:na- 



falr % 

apd a.fnw lollnialo-frloods, 
'>I^». Caglo la Iho daoghtor Of 'H<}t; 
abd l^ra. P, D;/>oligfoy,',6f ^pUop, 

SATURDAY AT THEIGE OF 80 ^^ - ^.- -...-.. 



MISS SABIE SUTTLE DIED 



I>p6{n4ap,-wltijp:a *(rido'cli:cre 6f| 



i.in^Kits OF aomim.sth.vtion 

<;ecii-|;iu, Walker Cunnly. 

Applicalinn havin); ln-en made in 
line form lo have S. P. Mall appuinl- 
••■1 iidMi:iiisti-»lnr upon llie r.'itjite of 
■]'. C. hall, lale of said cnunly. de- 
criihfd. niiliro IS hereby givi-n thai 
sail! applicalinn will be (inssed iipnn 
al my ulllei- on I In- nr.-t .Monday Irn 
lebniaiy. iie.vl. CiM-n under my 
hand anil nlllciul sigimlure, this Jun. 



The death Saturday of Miss Sabio 
Suttio, at her homo in West Ar- 
• piuch'cc, at tho rlpo ago of .80 years, 
<amo ura shock lo hor many frionds 
in the oounty. Tho dccoascd had 
bccili an Invalid for a number 'of 
jrcnrs. , ^ 

Surviving her laro Xhroo sisters, 
Mr«i.: Emma McCuIlough, Mrs. Geor- 
Fla' iluhl, arid Mrs. -Dora Tiltlo,- and 
ono broth*, JTamca T. - BulUo, of 
jONwn Bush. > ■;- 
•" Fliricral sorvlcea' were held from 
4Jic4iomo.Sunday.aflemoon, conducVt 
'pd.by.iicr pastor, n'ev. I. 8. Leonard."^ 
WtornKMil- folIoiTOd^!at Ihe'-f^mlly 

^aVoynrdv^'^V" ■•'; \ :^ V'%' --i * ' 
il'jUlpa^utUe^ wraa well-known to, a 
iargflf circio o^'frlonds and was loyod 
I'dnJjWJmany Christian graces.' Bho 
j^&lSklnd'Artd'^aJfcctlonat^J, And hbr 
•death ''^Kill b^ mourned by her many 
yrfejnda;" 



Town and County 



11, 



'.Ml). 
\V. I. 



STA.NSFI.I,, Ordinary. 



■ Mrs. I.co J. L^jiKley who wont lo 
Uhicksheur t\i-o weeks ago lo ottcnd 
'Uio funeral of her sister, Mr.n. Esles, 
lias lost nnolhcr member of herfami- 
iy iiy the sudden dcnth last^Vriday 
ttfternnon of her brother-ln-la\V', Mr. 
i. Mason Purdom, of lilacksheurKl'hc 
deceased, was tho husband Of Mr*; 
Chrlstiun I'urdom who h08 vlsjted 
hor .sister, Mrs. l.anglcy liert^ nndllie 
father of Misses l.iz.abotli nnil Jenh- 
nelln I'urdoni whi> spent iiarl of Inst 
SbmnnT willi Colonol and Mrs, l.ang- 
lcy.. 'J'l;e many friends of Mrs. Pur^ 
dom and her accomplished dnugh-il 
t<ir« mndi! oo their visil.i to I.nFay- I 
otto deeply sympathize with llii'm in t, 
tlieir bercavemi-nt..- Mrs. l.nnKley'l 
has noi yet returned from .Illnpk- 1 
Shear. ' ( 



116 



VKAU'S Sl'rPOUT 

(."•eiirKla, Walker I'.nunly. 

To wliiim It may chiu'immi: .Mrs. .\ J 
Wlneli-r. widow of A. J. Whcrler, 
lali- iif said counly, deceased, has ap- 
plied lo Iho undersigned for a year's 
•lupport from Ihe estate of St^id de- 
ceased. .Notice is hereby given that 
I will pass on said aiiplication ut my. 
ofllce In I.aFayette. said counly, on 
(ho first .Monday In February, next. 
Cilvcn under my band and onicial 
signature, this Jan. 0. 1019. 

\V. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. . 



LETTEUS OF CUAHDIANsmp 

Georgia. Wakcr Counly. • , 

Applicalioa having l>6cn mado in 
doo form to fiav«'Suilp Glenn ap- 
point4sd:guardlaa „or <^nilo THky. 
Sarat]« «nd John L«ids Olenn. noU^j 
l^.borp^y giyea Uat 8«ld*j?pl'c&lloV 
irii^Ii*)p»«aed".uj>oc^)»l mjr orBo©««^ 
i)t)p,^Ul*ood»r.^a<f «)»p»/irTc "*?^ 

: -V,L.8TAK3£lJU»rdio«!7. .V 



\//y//9/i 



JANUARY 34, 1910. 



Mcrricus ok dis-miSvSion | 

(loorKiu. W'nlkff ('.(Uiiily. 

Mrs. Kiilo lluK\vi'll. ailiiiiiiislnilnxl 
of llio i-.sUiti- of II. 11. H;iK\vcll, h:i»i 
npiiiii'il 111 til'' unili-rsiKiiiMl fur lul-j 
tiTS of ilisiiuM.Micii) frmn siiiil atliiiiii-| 
islrali-ix>lii|«. .Niilini i.s liiTchy k'VCH; 
llinl I .vill piiss oil .said applirntion aLj 
my oIlU'i- ill LalMiyrlli-. .^anl rcuiiily,^ 
on lli(> llisl Moiiiliiy in IVbniaiy. 
iii'vl. (iivfii iiniliT my liaml niiil of- j 
llriul simialiirc, lliis .Inn. (">. IIUH. ' 
\V. \.. SIA.NHKI.l.. Onliiiaiy.- ' 



R 0. PIASTER DIED ! 
-fRIDAY NIGHT l^H 



WAS TAX wsCKivr.R or \VAI-lf]E:U 
COt/NTX-lifSI. n L> lilUII ' 
ESTEkM. 



A NOBLE YOU(j,G.LIfE 
ANSWERS LASfllALL 



l.KITKUS or DI.SMJSSIO.N 

(li'orKia. Waikci- Coinily. \ 

(■■.•n. .1. Ilmkl.' ami IIomiAM. 'S\jC^ 
!.i-y. uUMilni.slralor>< of II. V\lliy{.lc 
iJc-ciMisi'il, lia\(> aiMilicil 111 llii-miili'i-- 
.sinm-il lor k'llc-rs of .liMmi<sioii from j 
sail! nilmiiiir^tnilorsliii). .Nolici- !.•*: 
licrcliy Kivrn lliat 1 will pas;* on sai.l 
aiipliralion nl inv olllrr in l.alMiyi-lli' i 
snld connl.v. on IIk> llisl MoiiMay in 
IVloiiar.V. ni>\t. tiiv.-n tiinli-r inx 
haiiil ami oHlrial r«iKnalnn', lliis Jar i 

n, i'.iu'. 

W. I.. STA.N'SKl.l.. Or.linary. i 

IiriTKUS OK AnUIMSTHATIO.N ■ 

(iiMirgm. WalUi'r Coiinly. 

Apiilirnlion having 1m-.mi ma.l.- in 
line form lo liii\c .Vlici- 'lin*li-y ap- | 
poinlcil Mlniinislraliix upon tlio i— I 
lalo of .MiUc 'I'in.sli-y. lal.- of .sni.ll 

iinly. ilori-asoil. noiiro Is licrchy | 
piven Hint .innl uppliralion will In- 
imssct! i\i>on nl my olUrc >>ii llii' llr;»l 
MoniJuy in IVliriiary, m-xl. <:ivi'n un- 
Icr my liuml nnd olUcial .HiKiinUiro 

iiiifl Jam. rt, nmi. 

\V. I,. STA.NSEl.I.. liiilinary. 



l.tnTKIlS OK niS.MlSSION 



F. 0. PUsler. Tax lUoolvot of WkJk- 
or (Jounly, died al his hom« kl CIrf«ik- 
&maug« Friday night at •evnn-Qdrty, 
folluvrlDH an illness of thfooXreelKiof 
pneuinunia. ^ 

Al lli'^ lime of his death the dc- 
coa8t4j was forty years of nKi". andfis 
«urviv«xl by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
J. Jd. I'lastor, of ChiclLamauKa; IJino 
slslors and Ihrec brolhore. •j 

From infartoy Mf^plaalcr >^'U(| J a 
cripple but boro hh- allllcUon vulli 
^oal p&liouoo anil forllludo. IIo V&f 
<iniot aod unaMiimlng In his mnntipr 
nnd-ni«d<r-frtcnd» by Uio score. JIb 
was highly csloemod as a cllij^oo tn^ 
UB a man. and was an omcicnl cou^y 
olllcial. His doalli comes lhcr«fOft 
as a diiUncl loss lo Iho county. 

Funornl services were hold fropi 
Iho Chickamauga Bapllel dbUTob 
Saturday afl<moo(n. conducted by 
Rov. Harlow McKarlnnd, in Iho pres- 
ence of a largo concourse of »orn)v»k- 
ing relatives andtrlends. Intenooi)|t 
followed In Iho Chickamauga ccmol- 
Icry. .- ^ 



MRS. P. H. HELTON AGED 80 
VICTIM OF PNEUMONIA 



iins. w. n. McOA.MKi, vum.M ok 

PNEUWO.MA AFTtU IIIIIEK ILl- 

NESS— WAS tMVKItSAI.I.Y 

LOVKU. 



cenBc 



on Under TTrrn»na«pa o 



Georgia, Walker county: 

W. C. Spilth, executor uiwn the es- 
lalo of 0. n. Smith. docoase«l, has ftp- Mrg. i> ji. H^Uon, aged about m 
plied Ir Uie undersigned for Icllcrs yetrs^dled nt Hm ||„,ne of her son 
of dismission from said oxeculorihip. Ooorgo Helton lust Thursd.iy niKhl! 
N<lUc«5, Is >r«by 'given thai I will afler a (ivo days' illness of pnoumo- 
pftss on Jald anpjlc^libn at'nrty «mce nla. 

In L*FayeUc, «Afd.cDurily, 6n the' i ,jvV,'> ."^i r 

•flrtl Mondiy fa'PcKHiSry. nexU Ot\_j Surviving the docoasoa 'iro a. hu«^ 
cri under ipy'h»ind^aTld Ojn6W.<l»-, ''«'"'. I'lree duiiglitcr«: Mrs. Drook 

J"f WhlUleld covintr, Mrs. Owens of 

r Chattooga, and Mrs. Nntiqns of South 

•' r.eorglft, and two soils, (joorgn aiid 

Frauy Helton, both of Watorvlllo. 

'Kuiieriil (Mirj^jcos w(^r« linkJ , from 
the Uryaii graveyard Salurdn/inorn- 
ln>r in the presonoe 'of a number o/! 
lorrowliig rolativna and friends, coi). 
duLifd hy llev. J. I,. Iinevos, of Trlqn. 

Mr.r Helton early In life profound, 
iLfnllh in Christ and Joined the Dap-^ 
lisrcliurch and lived n faithful mnii)- 
het imli: iior death 'i:|HirBday rilffhl. 
aii(\was highly esteemed In her com.: 
munity and loved most by those who 
knew lini best. ' 

Wing family 




Mrs. r;nll llrilLiiiii MrDaniel. wife 
of auperintendenl W. II. MrDaniel, 
died al her home on North Main 
.St.. Saliirduy niglil at nine o'clock, 
following a few days' illness of pneu- 
monia. 

Al ll^.^l she was not coiisidorefl 
dangerously III but 'riiur.vlay after- 
noon pneumonia quickly developed 
in iHilh lungs and her cundiliun hi.- 
CHine alarming. U was then seen that 
she could nol livO. 

I the llmo of ber dMilli the de- 
ed was Ihlrljr years of oge, and 
liter going shiTcked the oaliro rom- 
munlly, for she b^d woven her life 
into aJiDOsl evrry phase of the town's 
nclivillo."s. A devoutly, consecrutcil 
Christian, she oontcred her activities 
In the promotion of IheMaslor'sking- 
dom. Karly in life she dedicated Inn 
lifo lo Iho Qhrlsl, Joined the Uaptlst 
[church and loved Imr Lord and His 
work ssilh a passionate dovoUon. 

Hor cbarinlog personality, her 
splendid Cbrhilian character, and her 
tlroleas ^jnorgy won for hor a way In- 
to Iho hoarU of young and old alike 
and hor doalh today Is mourned by 
all Iboso with whom she came In 
contact. 

Surviving her are a husband; one 
Hon, W. H. .Ir.; two foster-childion, 
Henry and Cynthia Ward, her de- 
ceased ulster's children^ Mrs. K. L. 
Ward; two glslers, ^f('s^A. J. Langloy, 
of Roanoke. Aln, and Mrs. O. J. I>ol- 
lens, of LaOrange, Ua,; two brothers, 
W. H. Grlllniii, of llonnoko, Ala, nnd 
A.-;t. ir.^lltnin, of ralmeUo, On. ^ 

A Hwoel fui)erul service was held 
from Iho home Sunday nftornoon at 
Ihreo-lhirty, 'conducted by hor pas- 
tor, llev. I. H. Leonard, who paid u 
iMfoulifiil trihulo to her life, nsslotcd 
by llov. D. V. Oullle. Special quixr- 
totte musio wos rendered. A large; 
number of Borrowing friends gather- 
ed for l!io service. 

Monday moniing the remnins wore 
rarriod lo llonnoke, Ala. The hus- 
band coulil not urcompany the fii- 
nerol cortege on acr.oiinl of the seri- 
ous illness of his only son, hut the 
boily wus accompanied lo llounoke, 
by Col. Jas. I'. Hhaltuck, an intiiiialo 
friend >)f the family, and Col. Walter 
II. Hlia.v, Chairman of the Hoard of 
Kduoatiun, together with a sister of 
tin dnccnsed, Mrs. A. J. I.nngley onj 
Miss Mamie Voar.y, a teacher In Ihn 
LInwootI school. Along with tlin 



: ; ^flER A BlilEF ILLRES? 



Tho death MondiiV nlglil at o'clock 
ot Mrs. Sallio Talloy, wifn of Dr. U. 
E. Tallcy, nl the liickorson liomii in 
Lal-'ayelle, after a wcok'e lllncsu of 
pncumnnin, caino as a disliiicl shock 
to her many rolallvcs and friend.i hi 
the counly.' 

The deceased was forty years of 
ago at Iho lime of her diiolli, and Id 
survived by her husband, one douKh- 
tcr, li^■clyn, one son, IJilly, her pn- 
.ronls, Mr. and Mrs. II. (;. McWilllani.'. 
and two brothers, K. L. McWilllams 
of Lal'ayette and tinorgc .McWillianis 
of West Armuchco. \ , 

— Mr»,-^'»llcy^whu_wak^allcd licflll 
a few weeks ago by Iho illhe.'^s o/ lier! 
anughlor, became .ill with HndOenzo 
and pneumonia quickly developed. I 
llnr children wore, housed in the 
-Dirkersonn home while attending llio 
Lal'"ayelto school. 

Early in life Mrs. Talloy iirofessed; 
fajlh in Christ and Joined the Bap- 
tist church, In which she liVcd a 
fallliful nioihber until the «nid camo 
Monday night. .' 

Funeral aorvlccs were con'duolod 
from ShiloU IJaptlsl church Tu664luy 
afternoon In tho presence of alarijo 

? umber of' sorrowing relatives and 
ricnda By W. P. abd Capl. J. M. 
Jackson! Interment followed in the 
8biloh cemetery. 



•r T •»• 

Cicorgi! Jones' friends feel sympa- 
thy for him in the dcatli Saturday of 
his sixtecn-yeur-did dauKhter.Clara, 
from an olUck of inllucnza. Tho fu- 
neral wns hold from lluppy ilomc 
colored llnptisl church Sunday morn- 
ing, coiulucled by llcv. Duvo Marshal, 
of Allai.tn. The dead girl was ai 
great c;)mfort in her homo and pos-l 
nessed n lino character In every way. 

•J* •!• ••• 

KIlis <ii;rlier, n brother of Mrs.llalph | 
Martin, and u nephew of Mibses Or-, 

. pha and I. inn Oeider, was killed In 

'action in Knince. Oct. ■A)[.Ul The toll 
of death bus taken ajife of splendid 

1 promise. Only lwenly-«ix,' liy his 
entcrp.isp, lalents, induslry and line 
habits, he was a sueee.Hsful hiisiness 
man and hud acciinnduled vuliialile 
property. 'I'hc youngest of a' large 
family to whom all members were 
'STiivol<;.|, and tiMuleily loved with de- 
nerving pride, Ihi.H Supremi? Sacrillce 
of a young life is peciilinrly sad. Af- 
Xvr enlistmiml, bofvn/goiiuf ovom. a». 

JMr. fierber visited/liis relatives hero 
and in Alabama. 



+ H- *r 
Funeral service.^ over the rcmain.s 
nf Mr!<. J. A. J. Slrieklaml. who died 
at her home at llills'dale, Inst Thurs- 
day, nifrtit. were held at lho"Shaw 
Kraveyurd Kriday afternoon. Inter-] 
menl immediaU-ly followed. 



Among the many victims of the 
epidemic that recently vlsltr^ our 
community nono^wlU— Imh-^"""'^' 
I more than William ft. Tucker. J Ho 
had lived most of his life In Rossyillc, 
hit father end mother moving hor.: 
whtn Wllllo was a' small boy from 
CheiftWt'Flat. 
• Will Tucker was prominently 

'lOonlined with Uie City Govcrnmcn!. 
as Councilman and as Ucrk of ino, 
Board. As an Odd Fellow hojiadi 
Just passed through tho chairs with 

jcrodil and honor. Ho was also on 
»ctlvo member of the Masonic frater- 
nity; took an active part in clvlcjiud 
political tnattcrs and could always be 
found on tho right of o^nural ques- 
tion. 

Ahoul 28 years old, his possibilities 
for a ^ucceSBfuI career were very 
promising. Uo leaves a yoyng wid- 
,ow, father, mother, sisters andbroth- 
0Bn, besides many worm friends and 
•dmlrcrs who will greatly miss him, 
for Indeed all who know him, loved 
blm. 

At the time of , hl« death Ihoro 
■wore so many sick that few could ac- 
company the body to tho old home 
graveyard near t'atlelt. so a memo- 
rial sorvlco was hold In the Metho- 



dist Church, South, conducted by the 
writer. Others who gave testimony 
of his noble character as a Mason, 
an Odd Fellow, and as a citizen, were: 
Atly. Chas. Uoborl Jones, Ilcrbcrt 
Cook, Clay McFarland, and W. II. 
Btanloy. A largo congregation was 
present, thereby testifying their es- 
teem and love of a noblo life. May 
wn so live as to meet our friond a- 
gain. 

J. n. McFAHLANI). 




AUMiMsrnATons sale 

Georgia, Walker Couoly. 

Ily virtue of an order iisucd from 
Lho Cou'rL of Ordinary, of Walker 
county, Georgia, at II'h January tern. 
:<)19, will be sold be/ore tho courl 
liou»o door in the town of I-al'aycltc. 
/.(liii/stato and counly on llio firs'. 
Tucsdai- in February, next, being llio 
*tli daj of February, within Uio le- 
gal hour* of aalo to tlui hlgheBl and 
best bidder tho following described 
properly: One dharo Lal'nyetto Cot- 
ton Mill slock; ono Maxwell Automo- 
bile, nvo pasRengcr, JOIO model In 
good condition; one American addinj; 
machine; ono uodorwood lypewrltei 
rnd other articles. To bo sold as the 
property of C. D. Weaver, deceased, 
for the purpose of distribution. 
Terms of snlo-liiudo know non day of 
•ale. f*"- ■ 

FIIANK WEAYEH, Admr, 
C. D. Weaver, Deceased. 



PICTITION TO I'EUFRCt TITLE 

Georgia, WalkiT County. 

W. U. Crawford ' and Clioa. 8. 
Crawford baying mido oppUcallnn lo 
require titles to be cxccvited lo them 
to certain land doirrlbe'd In a bond 
for tlllo thereto atlacliod puriMirl- 
Ing U) be signed by A. J. Wheeler, 
late of aald county, deceased, the saTd 
npplloJll^in alleging that they do.ilro 
to pay off tho bolnnco duo and lako 
a deed In compliance with said bond, 
all parties concerned arc hereby no- 
llllcd that said application will be 
hoard before the courl of ordinary 
for said county, on lho lliird day of 
Fcbruai7, 1010. This 0th day of Jan. 
1910. ■ 

•.V. L. BTAN8ELL. Ordinary. 



httnMH OF DI&HI88I0N 

Gco^gl^ Walker Counly. 

•Mr«. Kale Bagwell, tdmlnlslralrix 
of the culmle of n. D. Dhgwell, Mas 
appHed'lO the undersigned for 161- 
len^f dlmlsilon, ffofn sild^admln- 
Irtrilrlxirilp.KotlooTi.horfcbr ^en 
lh»l I (\uCp»«» on Mld-«bpllcallon »l 
my* office In I^kFayelU, iaid county, 
on- lho nrht Monday In Fobrnanr. 
jioxU Given uni^er my hand and of- 
flolal.ilgMtur^UiJa.Jan. ^.1919. 
A'W. t,'8TAN8ELL, Ordinary. 

\ -V^ ^— . 

lirrtraVB OF DISMISSION . 
Ooortln; Walk w Counly. ■ ■. 

Ocoi'J. Ulnkle and'ltenry M. Mm- 
8cy,.1idmlntstpMor<i M n. V. Hlnklo 
deceased, havo applied to tho undcr- 
algncd <or lellera <lf dWmlsBlon from 
said -«Jm»nl8lrator8hlp. Nollco Is 
hereby jtlven thai r^ni pa«t on *ald 
application at myofflco In iJiFayello. 
said eounly, on lho nr^l MondaJ in 
rebruary,' -nexU Olvcn under imy 
hand and official elynalure,- IhU Jan. 
<J,'10I9.- :. Y 

::■: .. ,\V.-L. 8TAI<8ELL, Ordlna^. . 



IN LOVI.NG MUMOllV 

Of Thomas Akwi.i who departed 
Uiis life Juno Olh. l«18. 

IJorn in January 1819, ho wa.s mar- 
ried lo Miss Julia Tale. To this un- 
ion were born three children, all of 
whom Kurvivn him except one son 
T. J. Akins. who preceded him to the 
Great lleyon<l some years ago. 

Mr. Akin* professed Chri.st when 
.•)6 years of age and Uvod each day of 
his life true to his profession, lie 
was a kind hu.iliand and n loving 
father, a friend to the friciullrs'*, and 
a Bidendid neighbor, lie was an hon-^ 
orable, upright citiion, over ready loi 
lend a helping hand to the poSr.i 
needy, and tho sick. Mr. Akins was' 
kind, loving, and patient with his 
fellow-man, his door was always 
open lo lho wayfaring. 

For about a year before ho died 
his hoallh v^s poor, and ho reallzc<l 
that hij life upon this earth wo^i 
rlrawlng lo a cloao. Ilo bore bis suf- 
fering with all patience and lolkoJ of i 
his Heavenly homo and thi^y-tiine 
wlion his work on earth would be 
done. When (iod called him he 
smllo<l the sniilc! of righleousneB'* 
and pnacofully wont lo sleep U) wait 
lho resurrection morn. 

Wrlllon by a friend. 



LEAVfe TO SELL 

Georgia,' Walker County. 

C. M. Wheeler, administrator of 
the estate of A. J. Wheeler, late of 
said counly, deceasod, has applied lo 
tho underslrwSd for leave to sell lho 
real cslate belonging lo said eslalo. 
Notice is hereby given thai I will 
pass on sald^pplloatlon at my ofllco 
In LaFayelle,.»ald county, .•mi>»ttn) 
flrsl Monday In February, next. Giv- 
en under. my. l^fnd. and official slgna- 
'lurc, this Jan. 0, 1010. 

VV. L. 8TAN8ELL, Ordlndiy. 



LN MEMOIIY. 

On Monday, December 10. 1918, God 
in His wisdom saw flt to Lake from 
us a precious cousin. Miss Safth 
Rush. I 

Ijs^I .IS believe it should bo thus 
and meekly submit to His will. /and 
strive harder lo meet her \vhere 
there will be no more saft^irtinga 
and where all is happinca/ 

She 'VRs a faiUiful member of the 
Chotlonga llaptisl church for quite 
a while. She leave? a mother.father, 
four sister.^, and three brothers, and 
u host of friends to mourn her loss. 

Ilor funeral was conducted by Ilcv. 
I. 3. I-oonard in the presence of a 
largo circle of sorrowing friends and 
relatives, then she was tenderly laid 
lo rest in lielh'ol cemetery near Gore. 

' Tis hard to break the lender chord. 
When love has bound tlic heart, 

Tis so hard lo speak the word, 
"Wo must forovcr part." 

A precious one from us is gone, 



LKTTEnS OF ADI^NISTRATION 

Georgia, 'Walker Covnly. 

Application having been made In 
duo form lo havo 8. P. llall appoint- 
ed administrator upon lho caUlo of 
T. C. HbU, lato of said county, do- 
ocased, noUco Is hereby given thai 
said application will bo passed upon 
at my offioo on the flrsl' Monday In 
February, next. Olvcn under my 
hand and official signature, IhU Jan. 

0, i9i9. ■" ■ -.; \ ;„. .1. ;:;• 

W. L. STANSELL,^ Ordinary/.. 
■■::,. -LiZ >■■ • " I ■ ■' V ,'-^rf?v-' 



Cf* TVkM^tW* 




JANUARY 31. 1919. 

MRS. FOSTER DlEOtMONDAY 
Af fER LINGERING ILLNESS 



Atifr an illnoas of sovorul nionllis. 
iMr«. T. J. FosUt dind at Ikm- lioiii'. 
•loro Monday niorniiig at nhoviL 12 
■<)'cl()ck. Slio had liccn In (Inclining 
ticnllli for ninro llinn a year ami it 
Ava3 seen a few wocka ago tliul sIks 
could not livo very iniruU lonK<;r. 

Surviving tlir dcreasod uio fniir 
4:hildrcn: Waller, of IjiKayelli-, I,nw- 
rcnce, jf ^lacon; and .MiiscsM^iuliiic 
Jind Lena Foster, bolh.O/ LaKaV'ollc. 
ilcr liuaband prcccdccKher to hIi^ 
:gravc several years oi^o.'' I 

I'nnornl scrvlrcs.wero hold Tuns- 
,|lay aftcrhoon at ;!;30 o'clock, con- 
. iluctcd by Rev. J. M. Coley, a llfo- ' 
■; long friend of Iho family. Intcrmon! 
■^ followed In Iho Lap"aycttc cemetery. 
■';:" Mrs. Foster wa&'a woman posscas- 
•'iS-Jing many 8plondid_lralt3 of character 
>>:',and lior. devotion Id; her cliildren wa* 
^i^beaulUul. She wlll'to greatly missed 
frix^: Friends of .'Iho sorrowing family 
V^^y xlcnd 1 liclr, sym p athr. ?^ 

CELEnnATION OF GOLDKN • 

WEnniNr. ANNivi:ng.\nY 

Chlckaniauga, Ga.— Tho Golden 

wedding annivcraary of Mr. and Mrs 

John Donda was celebrated Jan. 28th, 

IIOIO. nt the homo of Mr jind Hre. fl. 

Li Uondav.al-Chickamauga-. Owing to 

Ilia Illness, of Master Lynian Bonds 

Uio number of giicsls were limilei^ lo 

Iho children and prandchildren. nil 

being present except Mrs. Archibald 

Honda And two children of Muskogcn. 

Okla. However,'- many confn"atulaJ 

tlons were received in various, ways 

from the many friends and relatives. 

The homo was beautifully decorated 

^ith the numerous gift flowers. A 

^N'lctrola and many beaiitiful rei.-ords 

.woro presented by the cliildren, and 

[a wedding, ring was a gift lo Mrs. 

Bondsi.' •;. ". ■ ,• . 

|; Mr, and Mrs. Bonds have spent 

thblr lives In Walker cr^nnty and 

.linvo numerous. friends ntid relatives 

Iwhp wish' Ihcm many Joyful.dnyg In 

ilfiofuturc' ,•'.>.. --,•;.'.;■■-■,•■,•■. ■.,.;. . 

p^'rho8c;prcAcnt\wero;;Mr. nnd'Mrs. 

|M/;C. Bon fls and children, Paul. John, 
Lewis and; Kalhcrinc," of ; Chfllta- 
nooga; Mr, Archibald Bond« of Miw- 

|kogec,£OkIa4;'Wn;nnd Mrfl, lUmpton 

;Qirmmx^Wji}hMvlru-j!mi. tAn,>Jr', '' 



S. II. LKATII. AGF.l) 72, DIKD 
I AT UIS IIO.Mi: SUNDAY AIOUMN'C 
.1. II. I.rntli, aged 12, died ill Iii.s 
I home i:i F.t.sI Liir'ayclLe. Sunday 

miirniu^ at 10 o'clnrk. followinK nii 
lillne.ss of a few w(;ck.s. I'lir more 

than .1 ye;ir tlie (leieiisi'il l)U(l liccn 

in failiuK ln'aHli. but it w:i^^inly two 
j weeks r.K<)\^hiU his ciindj^du lieraine 
■•mkN 



i.imi 
■en I 



'serious, .•mii(N|, w.i.h HerTiT I hut deatl 
rwas only, a innller ofii slioil litiic 

'I'ho 'dcceasiMl .iajnrvivcil by fou 
childrcii: .Mr.s, Henry I'eiiley. Mth. 
Buss Sht.w. Mrs. Arthur SengKin.i, 
and one Hon, Dexter Lealli, of llock 
-Spring. 

Funeral services were Intld at the 
grave, (•omlucled by Hev. J. M. f.oley 
'Mdnilay tfternoon. Interment follow- 
ed'.ln the local cemetery. Friends of 
Ihffjfaniily extend Ihclr sympathy. 



S.MITII— IIAVCOOl) 

^ On 111,, jjuil .if .lan\iai-y at limlil' 
I ii»i>ii Mr. r.ail Sinilh ami .Mis.s Fli'i-lai' 
llayKOf^d were unilod in hiily niulri-! 
nuMiy It ll(>3.sville. (ia., Ilev. \V. i:. . 
'I'.illeul |ia>l..i' i.f llie Ku.^l IJai.li.^i | 
rhurcli al Ili.ssvUli-, olllcialiuK. .\lr.H.! 
••^iiiilli ha.H lalcly lieeii engoged in war| 
leatlij]^^''"''* '""' i'* popular willi a large' 
jumiber of fni'nd,-<. The grooui is ul 
prosperouH yiMiiit; fanner, livin« in! 
the valley .hoiiIIi of Cliicknuiauga, ,\f-| 
ter a .short liridal trip Mr. and Mrs ! 
i^Mulh will bo al home to llieirl 
friends with Mr. Snnlli's mother m-ar 
I'ond Sprui^'. 

We wi.sli for the young couplui 
much iiuppine^N and a long, useful 
journey (IuoukIi life.— A friend. 



1- -»-t-»-i-l-H-I- -.-J-.-l-i-l-l-K- -h 
-i' WAIUtliiN .1- 

V -l-'.-I-H-J-;- -i .-.-M-l-H-W' 1- 



\\ .• ::ii' sorry i« lo-ai' of lli'- ' 
of .1. II. I.iHlli. We extend lo llw 
ira\ei! oiw .■.yiiii.alliy. 

•• ■■ «r\. 



i-atli I 
lie- 



riUUIA.S— MVICHS j 

I.yerly, (ia.. .Ian. •.Ti. A surprise! 
wi'ddiuK was l-tftTt of .Miss llealri'-i j 
Tlmnnis, nne ol Tricii'.'.s ninsl pi>pul:u' 
yiiuiiK ladies. Ici Private »!ra\es My-! 
ITS, sl:iliiMii'il at Haiiip I'mesl. tlliirl.-) 
aitiaut--^. ly\ 

Tlie weddiiii; i.rrurred on .laiiilLryi 
r.'. mill w:is Ki'|i|. serrel iMilll llii- j 
wrrU. Ilrv .1 I. Ili-ev.-- pi'rr..rmr.i| 
;,l 111" liiihii- •>! Ill' , 
Mr. aiiil .Mrs. .1 ' II. 
■ imrll Ml' Trii.ii. I 

M a K'-ioliuile ■■!; II.:'! 
I ai:<> Induslrial i'<(l-| 
• • .•. is I he f,<\\:-V. 
anil Mrs. Tliiiiin\ | 
• hading I.elle.s 111 

sel. She lias I II 

I (he family of tli^' 
rlKMil and will riiii- 
s Uieie unlil her liiis- 



f-'-A^rnliiioriai «crvlc(*'on the llfo of 
Mrs'AV:. H.'McDanlerwill be held at 
Iho Baptist chtirchricxt.Bunday. af- 
ternoon.' At',2-J0.'o'clocK,'^.ur)dcr' the 
au«plcpi»'-bf;;the'!^aieV;-MlMlrtnat7 
Unlorf;''^^S'ptcIar;'rlhu8lo;'ils-i'-.boln)r 
pliiincd 'lo^ Xhti:'tctyic«,' and' Bbv«ral 
approprl«t«Hrlbut<|-'wHt-brJ5lM'llH4 
Uf*:'*n3'efiir>rt*fJot"thii..'fcV*(^tt'0^ 

■gtJrin7»''-ct^.>>:pwlid; ^.' fc«' prcicnt 
•H-«-h -H-I* :^ - l - l - I -I-l- l - -l-l-r-i- 

uDssvii.Li. ' -; 



Ihr i-iT I1I..1.-. 
lin.lc'',-; p:o-.NO 
riioiiias. I iii.l. 
Miss ■riiMin.i. 
lii'orria .N'oiin: 
l.u'r. III Mill'- 
.i.MJuh:' r «{ ^ 
and III!.' of III! 
Tvion's soeii-lv 
loniieeled will 
Trion piililic s 

IhlUe her ilulie 



lii:l liisrhaiKe (v 



hand lie 

Iho army. j 

I Mr. Myers \.* I lie only .son of Mr. j 
land Mrs. <;. T. M^ers. of I'ri'iii, iinil, 
;|iriiir III Ills .■■ili'iiii/ llie inililuryj 
iRerviee held a n'spnnsilile pus, lion ilii 

Atlanta. 



^^^ 4ss Mj irio Bond and Mr. William I 
Harrison. Iioth of Ilossville, wcro 
happily married Jan. 19. llcv. C. II. 
Jones ofllciating. Tho wedding was u 
surpciso to the |)coplo of the town.. 
Mrs. Harrison is tho (laughter of Mr. 
and Mrd. Chas. Bond and is a charin- 
iog young woman ami is popular 
with a v/i(Ie circls_oi-trjeu/Js-licrc. | 

Mr. Ilarrisun i.s the sun of) II. II.' 
Harrison and is an enterprising 
young busineun man and is connect-' 
ed with the lUchmond Hosiery Mills' 
li?r*-at lloasville. Mr. and Mrs. Har- 
rison are now at hclijic lo their iiiany 
I friends on (^hickainauKa Ave. 

W. H. I'oindexLer, u well known 
citiien of Walker county, diisl at his 
homo'in South llossvilh- early- Mon- 
day (Horning. Tlie writer semis his 
kindest thoughts to the bereaved 
fainilv. 



jAilUAEY3>,1919- 



OIMTUAHY V^ 
Oil .\.-w Yiiai's mcriiiiiK %' J<'uJ ' 
uiiKul viMili-il lliu liDiiin or Mr. uml 
MiH.KlsiT. KMi-.y aii<l iillicUcVwrru ii 
iL llm iii-ccioim Jowcl, Uikiutf iiur l>a- 
liy liciy .1. 'I'., nK<) :i >cai!i. llci liiuint 
niiL' Idiiti ly liUli; Mlshr. ii«i; yu' *■ 
lie, liiiKoiotl for iiion; lima u wii.iV 
Willi iJiiuuiiioiiia. No (1110 knowd liu*' 
iniii:li 111' 8iilTci-(;(l, liul lio liorc it sJ. 
luiUnil'y mill liOHlniKHlfil I'^rd l« 
live. 

We, c;iiri. «''c wliy lir. w:is c:;llrcJ n- 
wny, liii'. <Ji>iJ kiiowuili wliul is boat- 
I wDulil mil cull liiiii iKick in Ills m.i- 
foiiiiK il I could., liiil Cliiial huiJ 
■SiilTcr litll.i cliililii'M, it'iiu; iinlx 
Me." 

III! was such a InviiiK rliUfl ""iJ 
iMiiilii ;viciiilH DVP.rywIiiTi; lio wcnl. 
No .1111^ 111(1 I'ViT Mil ilir vacaill pliui 
Ijiiil. iM li'fl ill mil- limii't. Wo tiro .->(^ 
liiiwly i.i!ii;i! Iin lias Kuiii!. Ili; was u.i- 
ly Willi lis :) Hliiiil yi-iii-H liiiL lii; w.is 
(|i'n"??T*fii iiM lliii" '"T "Wii liv«.s. II lb 
|Sv|iolr- UkimkIiIm hi'IMiiciI lo l)i- nf Uil;- 
iiiK ciir" of nniniiiiu. Tin: la>)L vvoril lit 
i^virr sauJ was ".MatiiMia" I was «i<;); 
1ml .liil all 1 riiulil f"r liim. Hi: ^'■'■^ 
KDod iillfiiliiiii lull 111:11- wiis'i'l- I'^'c 
inaiiiMia willi liiin. S<i <iin' hnl iimlli- 
iM-s wlio have given np Itieir liabii* 
realize wlial il is. Wi- liavi: oni' sw. .1 
prnmiflo lo re.sl on. ir wi; live up t« 
our duly Uml sninn day wo will run i 
wlicrc ihoro will bn no more good- 
byes nor Borrosv, nolears, bul aU 
will bo brightncHS forever. 1 aim U 
;necl him ognin eornii day and wbal . 
a happy mccling 'Will be. ' '' ■ 

)Io was a child Ihal ovfryUilne • 
wcnl to suit. Ilia playmalca lovcfl ;. 
him anJ enjoyed being with him. l.;i 
fcbl ilko ho novcr was enough. lrou-<;;vi 
bio U) mo." I've never felt, liko ! .I;| 
^■ould gcflo.Vccp himlong.. "-'f-'v..J 
loflch Ihink of thai dear old eonKJ, 
"U'woVt bo long, It may bi>'60ovjJj< 
li wcnl belong till I'U "ce hlra .*-X' 
gain. Ood will caro for u» and kcej.^ 
us if wo only. trust Ulm "«l>^«.?™|a 
all be togeUior some day. .W w« i^A 
Know ho 18 asleep In JesUs. Ul« bodrj 
W89 )ii\dUi,.rui la Uife Ccacbal <-^ 




AD.MIMKfU.XTOUS SALK 

Ccorgia. Walkrr County. 

Uy virtue of an ordor issued from 
Ihu Court of Ordinary, of" Walker 
r.nunly. Georgia, at it's January lerii. 
;i)llt, will be .sold before the courl 
house door in I he town of Lul'uyrlU'. 
-•aid »Ul(! uiul roimly on the llrsL 
Tuesdav in Kchruiiry. nexl. being Ihc 
.Uh iliiy of IVhrunry. wilhin the le- 
gal hours of sale lo Uh; liighi'sl and 
hesl bidder Uio following describ-d 
properly: One share l.aKuyetle t'.ol.- 
l<Mi Mitl slock; one Maxwell Aulonio- 
bile, •♦vc passenK<;r, tOlO inoiU-r in 
i:nod conilillon; one Anieriran addiiik 
machine; one iii)ilerwood typewrit ■■ . 
rnd olhi-r articles. To ho sold as llie 
.properly of C. D. Wea\er. d.-enis.-.l. 
■for the |.ur|Mi^e of ilisl rihulion.l 
Terms of sale inude know iioii il;iy "' 
sale. 

IIIANK WKAVEn, Admr., 
C. I). Weaver. l)ueeasi;d 



12 



l.KITKUS OK ADMIMSTIIATION 

(li'orgia. Walker Couiily. 
_Ap|)liculion having hi'eii made in 

due form to have S. P. Hull appoiol- 
cd adminislrulor upon the eslalo of 
T. C. Hall, lute of said counly, de- 
ceased, notice Is hereby given that 
said appliealion will he passed upon 
at my odlce on the first Monday in 
l-'ehriiary, ne.vl. Ciiven under niy 
hand and olllcial signalure, this Jan. 
(3. 1910. 

W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



I An.MIMsrnATOHS SAl.K 

Georgia. Walker Counly. 
I Cy virtue of an order issueil from 
the Court of Ordinary, of- Walker 
enunly, Georgia, at il's Jaiuiui y tern. 
|:'U9, will he sold bi^furc llie eoiirl 
|hou3i; door-iii-llie Unvn of Lalayrili-, 
■■.lid slate and coiinlv' on the Mrs', 
I'l'uesdav in February, i|icxl, being the 
^•ilh day of February, wilhin the le- 
gal hours of sale to Ihe highisl and 
best bidder Itio followiiiK describ'-d 
property: One share Lal'uyeUe Col.- 
lon Mill slock; one Mu.xwell Automo- 
bile, ^vc passentfcr, 1910 model iii 
l.ood condiUim; one American adding 
iiiachinc; one uoderwotid typewrit.-' 
rnd other articles. To bo sold as the 
properly-of C. I). Weaver, dei^'ased. 
for the purpose of^disf.rlbulioii. 
Terms of sale made know iion day^f 
sale. / 

1-ilA.MC WEAVEn. Admr., 
C. D. Weaver, Duieased 



\{irlhtf 



LOTKIIS OK DISMISSION 

GcorRii, WnlkiT Couiily. 

Mrs. KhI(> niiKwi'll, JulminisLratrix. 
of tlio fslalc. of II. 11. Bag^vcll, ha? 
nppliod to llm uiiiJcrsignod for Id- 
lers of (li.smi.-j.sion from Siiid adiiiln- 
i.sLrnlrix.'-liip. Nolico la licrcUy ({ivcn 
llial I vvjil pii.ss oil .tnid aiiplicnllon ttl 
my olllco in i. a Kay c tic, said county, 
on llio llrsL Monday in I'cbruary. 
nt'xl. Ciivcn under my lianil and ol- 
llciul simialurn, llii.s .Ian. Ci, lUIO. 
\V. 1,. SIWNSKI.I,. Ordinary. 



yi:ah's supi-out 

(icorfiia, Walkrr (Mumty. 

To whom it may roncorn: Mrs. A 
Wliiiclcr. -widow of A. .1. Wlici'li- 
lal(> of .saiil (;otiiily, dcroascd, lia.s ai 
plii'd lo llic undrrsiKund fnr a year 
support fnini llic ohtal'^ of said dc 
ceasi'd.. .Nnlice i.s liereliy Kivcn tlir 
I will pu.'fs on .said applicalion at ni 
olllrt! ill I.al'ayclli', .said county, o 
I ho. Ili-.s! Miiiiijay in l''chruHry, nex 
'liven iiiiilor my hand and ollici; 
iKnaliirj'J t.hi.'< .Ian. Ci, IHHi. 

/l.. STA.NSKI.I., Ordinary. 



I.iri li:«S OK (H AllIIIA.VSllll' 

<;eiirnii'. \Viil;er Cminly. 

.\l',ilieiiliiiii hasint; li.^-ii madi- ju 
d-ie .'rrm In Iia\c Susie (ili-mi :ip- 
piiiii(i.-d j:uanlian of Willie .May, 
Sarahfand .lnhn I.ewi.s (ilenn. notico 
is lieri'liy Kiven I hat saiil^iplication 
will li(<\pnsseil u|ion al. my olllcn on 
llu! (Ir.il Miniday in l'"elij;uary, next. 
<;iven under my liand and ofllical 
.signalin-d, this .l,in. 0. I'Jl'.i. 

W, L. .SI'A.NSKLL. Ordinary. . 

CAPTJESSEjlTGHtri, JB., 
DIED OF PNEUMONIA FfilOAY 



NcwH Imit bocn received of Uio 
death from pnou/nonla. of Capt. Jos- 1 
.180 Mitchell, Jr, wjio was wiUi llio 
, American army in Franco. Tlio ti;lo-' 
.kram announoirm liis ;<Joath stated; 
Ihaf. lie passed away last Friday, Jan. I 
isisL I 

Ucforo going to Franco CapUin 
Mitchell was stationed at KI I'aso. ' 
'Jex, and is survived by his widow, 
at KI Vmo; his father, Jesso Milclicll. 
of FlintRtnne, three brothers and two,' 
siHlers, . . ' i 

Reported U.S ifii.i.«in,T in action Ih' 
Sunday's ca.suully li.st appeared the 
-nainc~Df=-Frcd -t.=M III lean— Of. Ketl=:i 
sin^ton, , ■ . •> 



15 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OF j; 

MRs.u.s. mccarterdiedI; 



Miss Inez Tanner, the fifteen year 
old dauBhter of Mrs. U. H. McCartur, 
died at the home, of hor mothci' Sat- 
urday at about 12 o'clock, followintt 
; pneumonia. Funeral services were 
lield from the Uaiitist church Sunday 
morning at U o'clock, conducted by 
bur pastor, Ilcv. I. b. Ixionard, in the 
presence of a largo number of rela- 
tives and friends. Interment im- 
mediately followed at the local cem- 
etery. « 

The deceased Is survived by her 
mother, one sister, Christine and one 
brother, J. W. 



JESSE WALUN 

' Jesso VVallln, aged 30 years, died 
last Thursday at his homo in Lln- 
wood. Funeral services- were licid 
, Friday morning at Mt. Cannel 
. church, conducted by Ilcv. Gilbert. 
; Interment followed in the comct/'ry 
, near the church. The deceased h 
I survived by a wife and several chil- 
, drcn. 



REy.J.M.GOLEyWEDS 
MBS. MARGARET BASH 



Announcomont of tho marriage of 
nov. J. M. Colcy to Mrs, Margaret 
nash will be of great Interest lo the 
many friends of tho contractlftg par- 
lies. Tho ceremony was perforrr.ed 
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, by 
tho nov. h\T. Gilbert, of tho "LaFay- 
olto Methodist circuit, at tho parsop- 
ago at Mt. Carmcl. Their host o'f 
friends are extending heartiest con- 
gratulations.. ■ ■■■■,'.. ■iAh-" 



22 



PXBKUAiY 7, 1919. 

MRS. MARGARET WELLBORN 
DIED AT THE AGE OF 70 



Mrs. M;ir>,-arfi W.-llborn. .lo'i-'l 70 
ycaiii. ilii-il al \\rv lioiiic at Uuck 
ti|)^illt,'^. 'I'licsday aflcriiooii al 4 n'- 
clock, «fVT ail illiH'ss nf a few days. 

■|"ln.' docva.stil 13 mirvivi'il by live 
si)ii!(, (..'uii^v, iif Jacksijiivillr. i-'la.; 
James T., of Hhuillaiiooi^i, •'. •!.. ul 
CliuUniiooga anil ll. Ci. and J. I'_ of 
Itock Sprint,'. 

I"uncral ."LTviccs wrri- lii-Ul 'lliiirs- 
day morning from tin' Hock SprmK 
Alrlliudisl cliurcli. of wliicli Uic du- 
ccascil wa.H u member, conducted by 
bci' pastor, Ithv. A. K. Scott, in Ihr 
prcsonco of a large concourse of sor- 
rowins' relatives and friends. Inler- 
nient followed in tlic llock Spring 
graveyard. 

Mrs. Wellborn was of llie old 
soutliern type, and was known and 
loved by a wide circle of friends. 

Kriends o.' Ilie bereaved family (ex- 
tend llii'ir sympathy. 



•I- -I- 'l' 

IJnele Nonli Mnr«li, well-known 
old-limer, a freelioldei-, >licd Sunday 

;.f|.'iii iifliT inonlliM of fiiiliim- 

licallli. Ill- foUKllI deulll \t:ih llie 
dogged ili'lenninalioii lliut was his 
eliiiiaeteiislic, refiisini* to go In lieil, 
unit f!i>sed awuy sitlmw up in ii bigl ^_ jgiy 
i-liair. Mueli. i-egiel i.s f<-U over the' 
uX'iUK of tlus'ln'iod ol<l colored eili/eii. 
hlulV and plain, hut u man of 'hi.s 
word. As n llfie gardener many a spol, 
Uis blossomed under lliH skillful la- 
bor, lie was pe.rh!i[is ni'veiily yeiii-s 
o'm and leaves n faillifnl^wife, Auni 
Dollie, two SOILS. Willis find Jess-, 



AtKMOItlAI. Si;UVICK llFlI.I) 

AT LOCAL IIAITIST CIIIJKCII 

A very imi)rcssive memorial ser- 
vice on the life and character of .Ntrs. | 
jW. II. McDaniel was held Sunday af-, 
' ternoon al the ilaplwl church under i 
Ihc auH[)ices of the Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union. A large- audience' 
gathered for the exercises. Kollow- [ 
iiig was the program: • i 

Onnrlel.— "Sonin Day We'll Undcr- 
.slaiid." I 

i'rayer— (lev. I). !•'. GuiUe. 

Scripture IteaiJing — llev. I. S. Leon- 
ard. 

'I'rihule— Miss S.irah Hackney. 

I'oem, '"I'liere I.s No De.alli."- -.Miss 
Clara HrigliL. 

'rribute from J'aront-Teacliers' As- 
sociation. — Mrs. 11. F. Guille. 
Duel — "Only llomembered by Wh:-! 
Wc'vo Done."— Mrs. Weil and Ml-^s 
iJurdcn. 

Her Sunday School Clas.s-.Mrs. 
Ili-my Mall. 

It. Y. I'. U.— Miss Nannie Warthc-ii. 

Solo -"I'linre's a IteauUful Land 
Oil High."- N. <;. Nnpier. 

I.elti-is read fi'oiii .Mrs. Ilaiiiillon, 
of llonie. and Mrs. Wnglil of lloaii- 
okr^. Ala., fiiends of Ibe ileci-ase.d. 

'rrilnile -Mrs. N'irkeiy, of Cave 
Springs. "^ 

Uiiaiti-I— "I'm So Happy In Him." 

Mrs. .McDiii.iel iinri Her Church.— 
J. 1'. Shaltuck. 

guartel.— "Abide With Me." 



I.\ MK.MOIIY 

Of my dear, sweet friend, .Mrs. llo3a 
Ueltis, wife of J. K. Uctlis. 

This .'iilendid christian frii-nd of 
:ninc was born l"eb. 7, 1804, and wen". 
'0 her elernal home a few days be- 
fore the death of llio old year, Dec. 



ohe sister. Alice MeWlin(k|(-l;^jind oim.i ^^^ j^ .^ j,,,„. 
brother, Jody Marsh. 'I'lie fuiii-ral ii,o„k1,i ibal t 



was belli Moiirlay niorniiig from llie 
Mclliodi^-L chureb, conducted by his 
pastor, Ilrv. McWhirler ,a.ssisled by 
llev. Mack Wil.son, llie JnlermeiiL in 
thn city remeti-ry. 



The deulll lust ueek of I). A. Ile,-.s-. 
al Mil- home of his son. (ibarlu-, al 
l.iii'.vooil, eomeH i\H a ilisliiiel sliocU 
III bis many frii-ndoin Hie county, 
l-'iineral services wi-re held al Cliiek- 
amaiiga, inlermeiil iniiiiediately fol- 
lowing. 

•I- -I- -I- ■ '1 



Th'- pi'o|ili- •<( Ibe town .syiii|i;illu/e 
•.villi Mrs, J. .1. Illiyue in Ibe .lealli of 
h.-r sister. .Mrs. IneUey, of Sugar 
\ alley. hisL l-iiday. Hiiring ITeF ab- 
sence. .\|iss .li'iMiM-. ,M;iy (;ailiiaii> 
l;nig!il ii.r l,,r in lln- wi-.sl l.ayay- 
■ •(le sehuol. 



it judl seems too cruel llial/ wo 
can'l behold that kind, sweet face a- 
gain here. II is alinosl untliinkabb. 
I'ow, but our Crealor, who never 
makes a mistake, will eventually, as 
the wcjks grow into months, and llio 
mniilbs into years, Hootlic our over- 
llowing and saddened hearts. 

iouB and boauliful 

to know Ihul "when the 
mornuii^ breaks eternal bright' and 
fair," we, who feel so diseoiisolalo 
now, will again behold her radiant 
face, and sorrowing husband and 
hearUbroken children, il will lio 
' such, juch a lilllo wliilo. Such a 
short brief while unlil lifo's UlHo. 
sorrowful day ebbs out, ami then w6 
who do the bidding of the Son of tho 
King will be reunited forovermorol 

It was my privilege to only bo in 
Lho society of Mrs.i lJe^U^i -fpr ono 
summer, but in Ihal shorl 'i>oriod sho 
was 80 f.onlle.-klnd and winning that 
sho grcally ondonrctl horsc^If to mo, 
and I learned to love) hor'\ory-muoh» 
And I i:iu8l flof lior going away fills 
my hottr/l with on Inorprossiblo Bad- 
ness and a great yearning. to behold 
hor face again, and, tod helping mo, 
I will. 

Dy her lovlnfr frlond 

GUAGE REy.NO^,DS. ; 
Ascaloii, Oa., Jan. 18, 1910. j 



WAIWIEN 



■i- 1 

-I- WAIWIEN '{•■ 

■i- >' 

^.H-i-H-;-:~r -.-."h-i-i-r-H-i";- i 

\ ! 

I Dealli h.is again been in our midsL! 

.-ind ehiinied for Jls viclim .Miss Inez. 

'laniier. j 

I She had le-en siek only a few I 

dass. Her dealli came as a ?liock I >. 

lii-r many friends. | 

I We e.\t(-iMl to the bereaved ones I 

our syiiiiialby. | 



IN LOVLNG MEMORY 

On Jan. U, iOl'J lho death AUgcl 
visil<-<l tho home Mr. and Mre. Chas. 
Lanier and look, from them lilllo 
Lily May. LllUe Lily May was cloven 
months old. 11 grieves our liearU lo 
give up our loved ones. Its place Is 
vacant but God knows best. 
Tlio golden gales wore opnn wldo, 

Thu genllo voices said. Coma; 

And on angel on tho other side 

Welcomed Ibc doar lilllo bobo 

home. 
Written by Its grandparonls, 

Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Milchcll. 



23 



FEBRUARY 7. 1919. 



* •* 

* -> 

j llH- .^uiaH (laugliLcr or Mrs Idu 

ibloni-i'.who was run over by a (^v- 
jcrnm«nl car about 15 iJajs a^o diod 
IflslwcckaUl.oll.Khla.ul^an.lan.i.n 
III tbaUa.)„o«a. Sli.; lia.l s.i/ra.;d a 
broken leg and a cnislii-d skull. 

IN AlEMOnV 

On TucHday morning, Jan. I4l 1010, 
I ho dcalli angnl vlallod our liioift,o and 
Look away our darling bobj^bul God 
liod Q pLaco pccparcxl for hcr^not 
mudo by liands. 
"A prccipilii ono from U8 is gone, 

A voice w^ loved ia allllod, • 

A pinco Is vacont In our liomc, 

Which never can ba flllod." 

—Mr. and Mra. W. PTpcg^ood. 

) -AUJUftflfiTHiVXOnS BALE | 

Ooor^a, \VoIkcr Connly. [ 

Dy virtue of an ordor isHucd froin 
the Court of Ordinary, of Walkor 
county, Ooorgln, at lla Tobrynry 
term U'19, will bo sold before the 
court house door in the lown of La- 
Fayctto, said state and county, on 
the firs; TuOBday In March. neAt, be- 
ing the dth day of March, 1019, With- 
in the legal hours of sale to' the 
highool add best blddoi' for cash, the 
following doBcrlbod property, iji-wlt: 
Ix)l8 of land Nos. 200 and 201 In the 
Bill district and 4lh section, all of 
Walker county, Georgia, being all of 
said lots, except ono-half (1-2) acre 
more or less off south side of lot No. 
■two B|xty-ono (2fd), reserved as a 
fer*voyard; and ton (10) acres mort 
or lcfl« oil soulhoasi corner of said 
lot number two §lxty-ono (201). Said 
abuvo di'Hrribcd tract cunlnlMln); 
thrnu hundred und ten (yiO) acr.:«i 
more or less. 

t C. M. WIICErxn. Admr, 

A. J. Whouler, Deceased 



IN LOVING MEMORY 

On Jan. \\, lOl'J the death angel 
vlsil<;d the home Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 
Lanier and toolv from Ihcm lillFo 
tilly May. Little Lily May was cloven 
months olJ. It grieves our hearts Ui 
give up our loved ones, its place Is 
vacant but God knows best. 
Tho golden gates were open wide. 
The gentle voices said. Come; . 
And an angel on the other side 
Welcomed the dear little babe 

home. \ 
WriLlcn by Its grandparents, 

Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Mitchell. 



IN MEMORY 

On TueBday morning, Jan. 14, 1019, 
llie (loalh angel visited our home and 
look away our darling baby, but God 
had () place prepared for hcr^noi 
made by hands. 
"A precloils ono from us Is gone, 

A voice W9' loved ia sillied, 
A place is vacant In our home, 

Which never can ba flllod." 

—Mr. and Mrs. W. I'.MIcgvvood. 



LETfEKS OK ADMINISTHA TION 

tli^orgia, WalkT County. 

Apiiliralion having been inaile in 
due, form Lo haye T. L. Shave.r ap- 
point<:d adiriinijlrutor upon the es- 
tate of Laura K. Shavei', late of said 
county, deccaHeil, notice \s licrel)> | 
given that said appliciilion will lie 
passed upon at my olllee in Lal'ay- 
elte. on the IhHt Monday in March, 
ne.sl. I liven under my hand and uf- 
licial KiKuature. thirt Feb. :i. 11)10. 
\V. L. SIA.NSKl.L. Ordinary. 



"TT^ MEMORY 

Mrs. Aman<la Dird, ,v«ifo of Don 
l;lrd, d'ed at hcrhomo In Lal-uy'tJe, 
Dec. 10, i918. 8ho waft Born Nov. i 
IBCI, and was married lo J)an Bird 
in August 1873. Sho-WB9 converted 
in IflOO and Joined tlho\Mcthodi8t 
church, over living a ' lr(uo conse- 
crated Christian life. 

At a revival hold In-Llndalo, Oa, 
by Ilnv. C. D; Jornlgnn In J004 she 

'»(m^t.ind»i6bUJnpd\lhc b!e«3lni of 
entire; ianctldcallon. In a spirit of 
^humility arid Chrisl-nkfe simplicity 
she idwsyg tcslincd to ibl? great 
i Christian, experience, givfngOod "Uio 
glory for the power in- blood to save 
from all sin. 

For many months she was a great 
sufTorcr, but was .ilways patient and 
cheerful, manifesting a simple faiCh 
and tru-st in her Lord, and saying 
"thy will be done.'- 

She leaves beside her husband and 
four children, a host of relatives and 
fricnd.s who will nii.s.s her. She w«s 
tenderly laid to rest in the beautiful 
lille ccmct<;ry at Center Point 
diurch near the home of her child- 
:iood, to await the morn of resurrcc- 
.ion. 

"lllessed are they that have part 
n the (irst llcsurrcclion." 

T. J. GILMKIl. 



l.VjTniHH OF GLiAUDIAN.Smi' j 

(Teoi-Kia.^, Walker County. 

Aiiplidaiion having been made in 
duo form U> have T. C. Moore ap- 
polntril Kuniiliun of (^lara Ixjuiso 
Moore, u minor, notice in liei-eliy giv- 
en that .taid application will be pa;t8- 
ed upon at my olllce. on the llrst 
Monday in March, ncxL Given under 
my hand and olllclal signature, this 
Feb. 3,491U. 



LETTEH8 OFiAOMINISTIlATlON 

(Jeorgla^^Valk'cr County. 

AnpHcation having been made In 
due form to have O. U. Cornollson 
appointed adiiilidsLraLor \upon Ihn 
estate of U. J. Mashb\irn, late of said 
county, deceased, notice Is hereby 
given that sdid application will' bo 
passed upon at my ofllco on the Arst 
Mon«lay In March; next. Given under 
my hand and olllclal signature,, this 
Feb. 3, 1010. 

W. L. STAN8ELU Ordlnar>-. 



I LETTERS OF AniUNISTRATION 

(iuorgla. Walker County. -' ■ 

Applicallon having been mndft' in 
diio foni) lo havo Carrie Watson ap- 
polnt'ed administratrix upon the e»- 
Uo of.J. P. Wat»<m, lalo of said 
county, deceased, noUco ds hereby 
given Ihal said application will bo 
passed upon at my oniro on tho flr«t 
Monday in Mnixh. next. Given Un- 
der my band and olllclal signature, 
this Feb. 3. 1010. 

W. L. 8TANBELL, Onlinar^. 



12-1 



<l/7//9/f 



2 //^//?/9 



I.EAVTC TO SKLI. 

Goorgln, Walker County. 
JI. Nf. Mndarln. ailinlniRlrulor 



LliA'fsLatc orrr. t.' Madarla. UUs 6f ' • 
h3k1 couiily. tlecfJiseJ. han appUcl • 
U» Uio uDilersiKued for leave to sell • 
Uic r>-ol rsUti! tH'loiiKing to miiJ en-. , 
Ul-'. Nolice IS licrcLy k'vcii that I , 
will fiHSo af)on aaid oppllc.iUon al my , 
ollirr iti l.aKuycUo, saiJ county, on ' ^ 
llii; (Irsl Mooduy i" March, next, Giv-^ 
i-n mi'lcr niy liau'l and olllrial eipna- . 

'lure;, this K.;t). J. 191'.' 

L \V. I-. SIA.NSELL. Ordinary. , 



/ 



\l)\IIM.S'rHAII().\ 



l.KTIi:i«S Ol' 

(M:nr;<ii», \Viill.>-i- '/uii;). 

ApiillrulKui iiiiviiin I..-, 11 iiiiidi; n\ 

duy form lo U^^<' l;rn - K. Uc-l "p- 

powili'd iidtnjinxl.riiUir npon llic <•»- 

— 'Vili' of .S;illir S<-.holl. I:il'' of Miinl 

' ■ cfxinly. d.iciMi-i'.l. iiolirc- iH lii-rnliy 

givrn llinl I \m11 piiss mm naid HppU- 

culi.in at my iiUu-.c, in I.iil'uy.'llf. 

tinid r-ounly. on llm llr*!. Monday in 

Murcli. ncxL r.jvcii under my Ininil 

aniJ olllcnal KlKniilun;, lliin l-'ol). •'). 

\iiij>''''W. I .. H'1A^ 8KI-I., (h-dliuiry. 

YKAHS HiJi^i'oar 

GriorKiii, Walkrr County. 

To Whom it May Ojucnrn: Mrit. A. 

Smith, widow of A. Smith, lalo of 

taid county, dccci»8fid, haii oppllod 

In (lio undorRJKiind for a yoar'i hup- 

■ port from tli c cslftto of said deccoHod. 

Notice 18 hcrrby Kiven thai I will 
pa«i) on Miid api>liculion al my offlcn 
in LaKayelle, said county, on Ih*; 
nrst Monday in Mnrch. noxL (iivon 
under my hund and oniciul sitfnalu'o 
Ihih Knb. 3, 191'.'. 
t • W. L. bTA.NSliM>, Ordinary. 



LHAVi: TO SEl.L | 

<;<-ort,-ia. Wulk'.-r Coui.ty. 

i:. A. .McCnunnll. adininisl ralur of 
lln- cstaUr of C. 1'. .McOonn<:ll. late of 
aii\d counly. di;cca.ii;d, hus apidiod to 
llj.- undcrKiKurd for lca\.- to sell the 
r.:al t:>^Iall^ hclonging U) »aid chlal^;. 
.\otic<: is li>;rrljy givt-ii that I will 
pans on said aliplication at my ofllrf, 
in I,.iKayi'llo, said county, on the 
llrst .MoiKlay m March, m-xl. flivtn 
miller my I'mi'' "'"^ olUcial .•signature, 
lliM l-i^h. 3, I'.M'.i. 

W. 1,. STA.N.SKl,!.. Ordinary. 

I.KTTKrt.S Ol" AD.Ml.MSTllATlO.N 

! (ii'oiKia, Wall>"r County. 

.Applicalion having bi;i;n iniido iii 



*fISS AGNES McCnEGOn 

DIED AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS 



Miss Agnca J'jno McGregor, ngcd 
20, died at her home at Hock Sprlnft 
last Thursday morning, after a few 
-•wocka' illness. 
'. ' Tbo deceased is survived by her 
PArcnls, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McGreg- 
I or, six Bisters and two brothers, Mrs. 
■ 11. A. Story and Mrs. C. J. I>ovc, of 
I Villanow; Mrs. M. J. I)<M-k, of Nelson, 
I . Ga.; Mrs. II. C. iiell, of nossvillc, and 
, .' Misses Cess and Eunice McGregor of 
I '. Hock Spring; hvo brolhcrs.^Pierco 
I ., ,nnd Pcan McGregor of Chickamauga.' 
'!. '^ .Funeral^crviccs were held from 
due form lo liaye T. E. Shaver ap- , ;,'slhe. Rock- Spring church Friday! 
pointed udmiiujtraior upon the c»- '/. 'morning,: III Ulc presence of a large | 
lute of l.auia K. Shaver, late of said iffTOxunbcmrTclaUvwrand-fricnds.-In-- 
counly. deceased, notice i.< lieiv,'l)> j(|^\lormcnt_followo.nn llio Rock Spring 
given lliHl. said appliciilion will lie {v^',Cqi&eJCT7vX./,;'.:--'/^v\ '' ,Uj ^ 
piwseil upon at my ollic^^ iii LuKay- '^"*"'^'''^''''-<-'- ''^^'--^ >" -• V\^ >.\,o^^^^^^^^ 



etle. on the IIimI Monday m .\larcli. 
iie\t. (iiveii under my liaml and of- 
licial Kimuiliire, Ihix Keli. :i. 111111. 
W. 1.. srA.NSKl.l,. Oidiiiary. 



MRS. JOE ROnKRSON 

UCTI.M OF PNEUMONIA 



I.ErrERS OF GUAIIDIANSIIIP 

(ioorgia. Walker County. | 

Applicnliiui having been made in 
duo form to have T. (>. Moore ap-, 
pointed guardian of Clara Louise 
Moore, a minor, notice is lu-roby giv- ' 
en that .naid appllontlon will be pass- 
cil upon al my olllci! on the llrsl 
Monday in March, next. Given under 
my hand and oJllcinl signature, Ihla 
Feb. 3, 1910. I 



I.EnT.aS OK [tLS.tllSiJiO.N 

(ieurgiu. Unlker County. 

W. K. Du'K.son. admininlral"r iipi^n 
the eiliile of V. <), 1111(1 I. H. OiekM.n. 
lute of naid Counly, dcccaned, has 
applK'd lo llie uiide.i-rtiKned for lel- 
leis of dimnissioii feom said admiii- 
iHlrulornhip. Nol le.o ih hereby given 
lo nil concerned that 1 will pass on 
naid apiillcallon al my ofllce. ni l.a- 
I'"nyelto, said county, on the Mist 
Monday in March, noxt. Given under 
my hand and oniciul dignuture, this 
Feb. 3. Ion). 

W. I,. STANHKl,!., Ordinary. 



LETTEHS OF ADMINISl RATION 

(icorgia. Walker Counly. 

Application having been made in 
due form lo have O. 11. CornoUson 
appointed. ndmlnlstraUir \upoii Ihn 
estate, of 11. J. Mashburn, Into of said 
counly, di'ceaned, notice is hereby 
given thai said application will bo 
passetl uiKin al my onice on Iho first 
Monday In March, next. Given under 
my hand and olllclal signature,, this 
Frh. 3, 1019. 

W. L. 8TAN8ELL, Ordinary. 



I,ET1^U 



^ US OF ADHINISThAT;ON 

(ioorglo, t^'alkor Counly. ^, ^ '' .-, 
Applloallou having been maclA' in 

ddo forn) lo havo Carrie >Vnl«on ap-' 
! pointed administratrix upon Iho.os- 

Uo of. J. P. Watson, late of said 
'county, dccoftsod, nollco ils hereby 
' gjvcn-ihtit said application will' bo 

passculupon al my ofUco on the ()r|l 



The death Monday morning at two 
o'clock of Mrs. U. J. Uobcrson at her 
home, from pneumonia, following 
inlliioiua, cuiilii ftM a shock lo her 
many relatives .ind friends. 

Ucsidos husband and two little 
4jaughtors, the deceased is survived 
by her father, S. D. Carter of I^-' 
F'ayolte, live si.iter.s and three broth- 
ers, Mrs. llarve lllilidy, Mrs. lleg- 
-wood, Mls'ses Cinda, Gladys and Edna 
Carter, of LoFayelto; three brolhers. 
•4>. M. Carter of Lnl'aycttu, Charles 
Carter, who is stationed 'at Camp 
Cordon.- and Otis Carter, who is in 
the U. S. Navy. 

Funeral services were held 'l\ir-s- 
day alfcrnoon al 2 o'clock from Na- 
omi church, conducted by Ilcv. I. S. 
Leonard and Rev. J. M. Colcy, in the 
presence of, a Inrgo number of sor- 
rowing relatives and friends. Inter- 
ment followed in Ihe Naomi ceme- 
^Icry. 



FEBRUAEY U, iai9 



Li;iTKH.S OK ADMIMSTUATIO.N 

licnrMiii. U'nlkiT Unuiily. 

Ap|>lu';itiuii liuviiiK bi'cii niailo in 
due form Ui liaxo T. K. Sliiixci' aii- 
piunli'd ailinmislrator ii|poii llie cs- 
lato cf l.ama I'".. Sliavci-. lal.- o! said 
(.■iiliiily. dci-i-asi'd. imln-r is li.;i'ol>> 
giv(>ii thai :>ai(l aiiplicalioii wdl lie 
|iassf(l iipun al my Dllii-r- in l.al'ay- 
<>tli'. nil till" liisl Monday in Mai-cli, 
iipxl. (iiMMi iiiidi-r my hand and of- 
licial simialuic. Ihi.s l\-h. .1, P.M'J. 
\V. I.. S|■A.\^5KI.I„ oiilinaiy. 



l.KITKUS OK GL'AUDIANSHIl' 

iii'i)ij;ia. Walki'i- (bounty. 
'*',,\|i|ilicali(>ii having bi-iMi inadf in 
due fonn tn havi> T. C. Mcupii- aii- 
IMUulcd i.'nardian iif llhira l.nuisi' 
MiHHi'. a minor, iioliri- is hiTidiy in\- 
•11 thai >aid a|i|)liculuiii will lir iiass- 
•d upon al my oMii-i- on llm Ursl 
Monday in Maixli, ni'.xl. (.ii\i-ii undi'i' 
my hand and ollli-ial sit:nalnri\ IhiS 
Keh. :t. lUl'J. 

W. 1.. STA-NSKI.!.. 

Or.liuarv, 



On llii- cM'iiinK of IVhruary lOlli 
Jt 7 p. 111.. Ill llic hoiiK.- of Unr gniomV 
pairnls. Mr. VirKil Sarluiii rccniill.\ 
Ii.scliart.-1'd from llir navy and .Mm.- 
I.ucy IIukIk-s a hrauliriil young wo- 
man of llo.ssvilh- w.if iiuiclly mnr- 
:-iiMt. 

Only u few rrlativi's and fricnil.-' 
.vcro pri'.scnl. 

Aflcr I he ci'inmoiiy o houuUfuI and 
li'lii-ious Slipper wa.i .sfrvi-d. x.x.x 



I.KTTini.S OK AD.Ml.M.SIUAl ION 

iM^orKia. Walker Doiinly. 

Appliralioii having hceii made ill 
due form lo have liarric- Walsoii a|i- 
poiiilo.j aiiminislralrix upon llie l•^)- 
lac of J. 1*. Wal.son, lale of saiiT' 
county, deceased, iiolirc is horehy 
Ijiveii thai said appliralioi) will he 
passed upon al luy olUr.e on Uie llrsl 
iMiinday in .March, ne.\l. (;i\eu un- 
der my hand and olUcial siKnalui'e, 
Ihis Keh. J, VJW. 

W. I,. HI'ANSKI.I,. Ordinary. 

i.iiti:i, Koii Divouc.r:. */ 

stale of Ceorgla. Walker Cminly. 
I 'I'll the Sheiiir of said county — ~ 
(irei'ting: 

I'. II. Ward \s Kiila It. Wanl, I,i • 
hcl for Him. ire. 

Thi iVii.i.Mil. Kula II. Wanl, i.-i 

hrn-liy reipiirel pi-rsonally or hy al-! 
loriicy. I' !>•' and appear al (lie iie\:, 
Superior roiirl. lo he lodd in ;nid for 

.■^aiil I nly. on Ihe ."Ird Monday in 

I'eliroarv. iievl. Ilieii and lln're lo 
:!:::iv,er Ih- l-lainliirs ..'.Miiand ui^Tf 
arlion of riniplaiiiL. 

Willi ss Ihe lloiionil.ln Mo,<;r..M 
Wriglil. .IikU'i- of Ihe nald roiirl. Ilii't 
•.':ild day of .Ian. I'.ll'.) 

.loll.V I.. MOWf.AMXri-rk. 



MAUri.N— CAMIOLN 

Ihe following aimounreiiionl will 

• read with niiMdi inlcresi |iy ,\le.s- 

iiger rcailers: 

•Mr. .lohn I). Martin re.pie.st.t the 
honor of your presence at Ihi' niar- 
>)aKe of liirt daiiKhler. Neva, lo Mr 
Hnhert Alvm CnlhOun. Weilnesdaj 
jftiriioon. I eh. L'lltli.. l'.)|Si_ ;,i j „•. 
dock, al tin, Walrrville' Ihiplist 
.•liurch." 

t-I'-W-'f-'-'^b.-'rL'i* • * ■ 

I.KTTKIIS OK AO.MI.M.SIUATIO.N 

Georgia, Walker (.;ounly. 

Application having heen made in 
duo form lo hu\c James K. Wcsl ap- 
pointed adminislralor.iipon the es- 
lalQ of Sallio SchoU. dale of said 
county, deceased, notice is liercby 
given that I wjll pass on said appli- 
cation at my ollice in I.aKayelle, 
said county, on llie. llrst Monday in 
Warcli, iie.ll. Given under my hand 

Jir<f"~r)mr.7a'| .signature, this l''eb. .'J. 

4'Jlfi. W./!,. STANSELL, Ordinary! 

YICAIfS SLI'rOIlT 

Georgia, Walker Counly. 

'Vo Whom It .May Concern: Mrs. A. 
Smilh, widow of A. bniilli, lale of 
sail! counly, deceased, h'as a|)[di(nl 
lo the undersigned for a year's Hiip- 
poii froin^he estate of said deceased. 
Nolice is hereby given I hat 1 wili 

pnssoii said applicalion at my odlce 

in l,nKayetler"s:ud(T0linly, -nil the 
llrsl .Monday-i'irTlareh, ne.\l. Given | 
under my hand and ollkrial signaliii-o 
this I'ld). .1, I (HI). 

W. I,. .SIA.NSHI.I., Ordinary. 



I -H-f-l-'H-l-l-r-r-l-W-H-I-i-H* \\ 
4* •]• 

•i* HOSSVILLK. 4.1 

+ 4I 

! 4~}-!~}». I - I .. T i. T . t i. t .. t .. T .. t t .. t .. i - i , T .. | . I 
.lames i.. It'.N'eal. who was reported 
last week sick with llo- Uii, >lied Sun- 
day afternoon al his home 011 Kast 
iTlli strei'L with iiUluen/.a and pneu- 
monia. Mr. O'.NrtkJ was manager of 
dhe.llossville l"uriiiture y'.o., and was 
jone of llosssille's most prominent 
hiisiiiess men. 'llie funeral was coii- 
Iducled al the C.liurch of r.hrisl liy 
I the Uev. K. II. Hoover, burial look 
place at Kslelle Springs, 'I'mii. 



.Mrs. llerljcrt 'llel1 Vas* ciilled' lo 
Hock Spring" lasl week hy the sick- 
ness ami *h.'alli of her sister, .Miss. 
Agnes McGregor. 




FEBRUARY -il. 1913. 



REV. S, B. LEDBETTER 
GOES TO HIS REWARD 



o.NK or Till-: ui>-i-i,oVi:u riu:- 

SIUI.NC; KI.DICUJi l.\ THE NOHTll 

(;i:()it(;i.\ i:t).\Ki;ni;.\(;K.— iii.s 

DEATH \ SIKK.K. 



Tin; dcalli l.isl Tliiirsilay afUv- 
lioun 111 1 ;;il) () rinck of Ilex . S. U. l.(ul- 
b.-UiT. I'ri'siiliiit; Kl.Jcr ..f tin- l)alU>ii 
Uisliicl, .NiirLli (icoiKla C'^iifercii^f, 
al. I ho home of ^li.s.s Cnroliiii; Napier, 
lii.s »islui'-iii-law, (-lUMi; u.s a dldliiicl 
shock lo the i-iilirc I)ulU<ii Dialrict. 
as \vi;ll as Lu the oi'U|ili' of Uin :iUilu. 
Ili< was iiiakidt; his round of Ihc 
Kiisl yiiHi-|.fi-ly (;oiir(;i-.'iiro of Iti" 
disliicl and iduchcd hero on bun,diy 

Iniorunig. when ho was sufTi'iing w^h 
r si'vcri cohl. Ifls condition grad- 
uajly grew worse unlil 'I'hursday 

- irtornmK iL was seen Ihal he could 

'riol livivlhrouKli the di»y. 
■' At. IJie Uf;ie of his doiilh Uic de- 
crfrih(,"<l vtii,s si.\ly yeiifs ohi. and is 

iijrvived l)y his widow and four 
siiyill c4iildri'n, all of whom renldp ol 
tUirLersvil^a; fiili;- sislers ainj- four 

'1 Jothcrs, Mrs. J. \\V I.ee of SI. Loiilf. 
mo. Mrs.'W. J^- \Vu«ldy, of Ueculur, 
Ml... Mrs W. J.-Waddy. of D.icalur. 

I Mrs. rilmun £*ke3,.of ApgusLa, (\it., 

'L. S. LedhelU-.r, of Codarlgwii, 0»., 

' D. H. J-cdbeH«r. oT/loppor ^liH, Tonn. 

'Hov. C^MrX:?sdl»'llei'<)f WayrroHS.Oii. 

Innil K. I,. I.fdbelUjr, of Oecaliir, da. 

I Mr. Lodhelli-r was llio son of llov. ' 
1.. 1.. ^..(tdbetlcr, lon^ u iironilncnl. 
inciiiher of llie Noilh Co.orgiuconfcr- 

'i.'cnu, and was a nieinbiM' of a family | 
proinincnl IhroiiL-houl llie slain. }|« 

.was a mull of sidendld 'vxeculivii a- | 
liility, a HlroiiK pruiicher of Ihe iiure i 
<;oS|inl, ami Ins winning persniialily ' 
wou for hiiii a laiKe cinle o( frhtiids 
IhroUKhoill Iheslale. II.' was nnn of 
Ihe besUloved KldiMs 111 all Norlli 
(ji£LirH'^ luuiferuui',.', and Iim Un.sinV'S ' 

I experience and wise roiinsel will In' 
sorely missed. 

Tlin holly was Ijiken to Carlera- 
vilhi l-"ridiiy iii'irniiiK and fnnural 
services were held al Ihi' ehiirch . 
in i:arlers\ ille b'lUirday morning iil 
II o'clock, liiluniicnl followed uL' 
MitrlelUi Saturday aflernoon. I 

Ilia willow, who licforo her iiiarri- 
nge w'liu Mlsrt Kinina iNapier, daughter 
of Cnpl. and Mrs. N. C. Niiplnr, and 
her family of siiinll children haviiLlie 
deep syiiipiilliy of Iheir luimeroiis 
friends in Ihh dark liinir of lieri'uv.-- 
monL 



ANOTHER CLO YEIERAil 
« PASSES 10 HIS BEWARO 

Mr. Theodore W. liulnn", sRcd t^ 
and an Kx-Confe.ler.-ite nol.ller. wlit^ 
was in SUinewall Jackso.-i'n BriKailc. 
died al Ihn homo of his daughlcr, 
Mrs. J. II. Uil>. "I- llllUdalo last 
Wednesday. Keb. i:;tl>. al 1- o'clock. 
Mr. Haines lind been In declining 
hoallh for the |iasl few years, bul 
hU di:nlh was riiLh.r »u<lden and 
came as a Miirprise to Ills relatives 
' and friends. 

'I'he deceased is survived by 
(JniiKbU'.r. Mrs. .1. II. Hill, uL 
dale, and one son. H. W. 
(;hallani>ogii. 

iMineral services were held al 
ChallanooKa l-riduy mornliiK, inlor- 
mciil Imincdlalely foUowinK. 



(inn 
IIIUo- 
llalnes, of 



ABNflY— EDGE 

Till) 'marriaBO of Miss Myrlis Ab- 
ticy lo Mr. John E. PIdgn was quiolly 
solemnized al llio homo of 'Ui« 
bride's parents Mr. and Mr«. W. A. 
Ahncy Wcdnos'Iay nighl at 8 o'clock. 
Ilov. II. II. Howard oniclnllng'. 

Mrs. Edge Is cno of LoKnyelto** 
popular young ladles and daughlcr^ 
of Mr, and Mrs. \V. A. Abncy, while 
Mr. E<lgo l» ono of \Valkcr'« roung 
men who has been ecrvlns'hl* c<juiv- 
Iry's coll In tho U. 8, Armx /or ihc 
tuBl 18 monlhs. •■;■ •:•',, • ."■^^'ifi-'iSr^'- 

.Wo'.wlsh for Ihctiii ratlch bapplpw^ 



Rnd proaperlly, 






+-I- -H-l-I-l-I-l-l- -l-M-i-i-;-!- -i-j- 1 
+ .1 

•I- . WAIlUlvN '}•■ 

+ + 

W-H-:~I-H-H"1-I-H-:"H-W I 

Horn Tuesday In Mr. and Mrs. .M.l 
K. While, twins, ii boy and ku'I. | 

'j"i"i l"l"i~A-'i * • • • • 



i..\v.\\tmi: II. z 



+ -1- 

■1 - I - -r- I - l - l - l - I -H-l-I-lH-l-I-F 1-I- ■ 

T. A. Williams .li.:il al. ll-;-sviii.- 
last we-k ami was l.iiri.'l In. lay at 
Uci.il SlalKiii 111 l;.-(li.'l .•.•;in-tery. 
Mr. Williams' h.allli had be.-ii lail- 
iiit; for s.iiiw lim.. an. I he r.'iit.-.l out 
his farm and mov.'d lo llossville in 
liope.s of reKammt; his lir-allh. bul lo 
I lie coiiUury. bomcU|in(i.^.-lsc set U|.. 
lie leaves a wife and scleral cliil- 
ilren and one briittier thai we know 
of ami two sisters and a host of oili- 
er relatives and irn-mls lo mourn his 
death. 



127 



rSLERUARY 21, 1919 



.j..j_:_..jw-. 



i.i;iTi;:(.s <'K ADiiiMsnurmv t ---'-" 

C;.-"rt.-i;.. U-:.lk,.r <:,Mi„lv -J' DU K CriKKK 

'••'''• of /..uMi, F -<i,.,v,., , , /inlinit'ly rl.-.alh of our I'.o^i.lui;.- Kl- 

••-liMly. ,lr,,vas,V,|" ,■,•,',(,.'.";•'"'"' ''"■■•.H«'V. S. II. I.CII.KI.T. Jv.ulh.M-|. 

K'v.u II,., I. s:u,t ;ii),,|,,-Vi;,„''\ 'm''"!'-' M'-lli"'li-i'ri,.i.-^)M n groal |.r.:u-l,rr 

l--"M :...„;'.„„,:" ,....i' "■"' '"^ ^'•■V>'-P >-""r-.v 

«-'l-. Ol, (I,,- |i,;<| M,„„,.,^. . w -y" ;'" '^XIMMI.-Ill or l?'-«-;il 1.0NV.T. Ilis 

"••W. i;ivvM iin.l,.,- iriv li'iM.l"- p" "If'' a'"' »'l""l'''<'n :iii,l I'tlif iT>Iali\,'S 



W. I. 



"■••• II"- l-W,. .1. |;l|., 
= '-\-^'^i:i-l.. <)r,l,„;,,, 



r li,M>ifi'll. .-yiuiialliv in lli.ir si. I 
bi«ioa\fiiU'iiU May licavoir.i ruiiost 
l),rin-dictii»imjosl iiixm llioiii. ' 



I.KITKIIS OK Cr.Mtnivxsuii. 

•^I'Hu-:,:,,.,, i,.,v„„ ,;,;.„ „„,,. ,„ 

•:"""■'' '"^"-'^ ':-.. I.,.,;,',: 

••';"-'-"'^'i.i.i„-:,i,„nu,iu„.-„;.,. 

my ..:.„.,.,„,„„,.„, ,,^„^ V, „:,: 

^^■. l-^^T.A.NSKI.I.. 

. '^lm:ir>. .^.;).\IlM.STUAT()ll-.S .SALK I 

_ " ■ ■' -'•'■orgl.!. Wnlk.'.r u,M)ii;y. 

LKnTKHS or AD.MI.MSTUATION I'J' ^i'-iuv. of an oi-.l.-i" i.^.^u.,! livln ' 

CifoPKiu. WalkfM- Coiiiily. "'i! Court of OrJinuiy. of \Vull>.-i- 

A|)|)lic;iUoii liiiviii»j lM.-<rii mad,; in Qj'iiiily. Gi-ornia, at ils FiMiiiiaiy 

tliio form ti) liavir .lanicM K. \Vi!.hI. «|i.| l'"''"' ^'-'i'J, will I.,; .s,,;,j in-f,,,-,. n,,.. 

|i,iiiit,Ml u,lmiMi.sli-aloi- ii|i,iii llii- I'.t- 1 •'o'"''- lioii^" door in llii; l,i\vii of h;i- 

liil,! of .Sallio .S,li,>U. laU- ,.r .Mivi.l I'aycll,.. said .-lat,- a:i,l coiiiily. on I 

cunly. dc(<>as,',l. iioLii-i; m linroliy ""• I'' ^. 'l'ti(.'.-^day ni ,\lai ,:l,. ii,-\i. li,.. 

giv(!il llial 1 will [m.MS iiii suul ii|)|)ll- • '"t-' H,,.' Uli ilay ,ir .Maiili, I'.illl. uilh. 

calion at riiy olUci! in l.ul-"iiyi'tL<;, i" 1 1"' l''Kal li(iiii> i,f .,a|,. [,, n,,. 



!-H-:-!- 


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I- . ;• 


am;i ri: i^. .. 




•..T..t..'_l,. 

irni„-,i , 


■■ ":,.v':< liniir ,;i-. .;. 


,„■■„.,. 


Im>I vv.-..;. 


'iM. .!■, s «■:. :• 


■ ■I.,--: 


.-•,1 .li.'.l, 

l.,lli.-.l ;,l 


:;..||, of II,..-.- . 
..;,.. mi II:.- ,•, 


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'1!, ,■!■.• 1,1 ■ 


■■" .,i;'.iiy .si.i. .■• 


*,i-.i' ;,.. 1 


lll.-ll- li:,M 







said comity, on lli,; Ih.sl. Moiulay in 
.Marcli. 11, '.xt. (;iv,-n iinili'i- my hand 
ami iilliciul siKnaliir,', lliin l-'cl). :), 
I'.M'.i. U". I,. S I'AiNSlil,;,. Ordinary! 

rEBRUAEY 2S. 1919. 



liiflK'-iL aiul licsl |,i,|,|,T l,,r i-.i.-i,. llii.'l 
TolUiwmt; d.'scnl).-,! piop.-rly, |n-wii:| 
I.ol.s ,,r land .\,,.s. '..'(kl and -(«! ,ii I ho 
Hth ,li.-=ln,a an, I -.11, ,v,-,-li,-.n. all ..f 
Walk.'r coiinly. C.<:«i^:iA. Iiciiik all of| 
•s:nd l.il..;. ,;.x,-i-|,t on(:-i,air (l-'j. am- 
I'l.iro ,.!• l.'.is oir .^,.,,11, .-id,- of I,. I N,,. 
Iwo .si.\iy-oiu: r.V.I). r,-.s,-i-v,Ml a.s a, 
(.•iay,-yanl; ai,il Icn ( III waiTo.s i,i,,ir 
or li-.s:< oir .s.ojtioM.si ,,,rn,T ,,|- ^-..Ui . 



Mrs. IL (UOabQrna . . 

, Mra. II. C. Osbofno, A^cjd 2tl, died rI 

hor homo at Chlokain'auBa,'XJo, 8aL- ;]l<'l- mimln^r Iwo .-i.^iy.,.,,,- i-ji;i;. Said 
urday morning aft«r.'ji llntrcrlng 111- ■ above. ,ii!.-iciiii,..i ||-a,i .-oniaiMini; 
ncss. Ttiedoccaaod Is lurvivcil by llirt-o Iiim.ln-il an. I icn \.iiii' -.H-n-:^ 
hcp husband,- H. C.,.0«bomc. i'un- nion- ,ii- lp».>. 

era! acrvicca wore hold al tho Os- ' ^ i.:. .M. \\'IIi:i:i.kii. a, Ion-.. 

borno 8choolhous(^ Sunday niornlng | A. .1. Whc-i.-r, H.-.-rascl. 

al 11. Intcrmocl Jn Uio Osboraa ; 

comclcry. ... A .; '-'•'iKit.s oi" AD.Mi.M.siuA't i(i\ 

'■' •■- ' " '■ ' <!''()ij;ia. \Valk<'r Ciinnly. 

I Apiilionlion li.-ivin;,- |,ei-ii ma, I,- in 
(lue form to have Cairii- \\al.s,«ii a|.- 

Ipninlcl adniini.slralri.v np.rn II <- 

|t.ii: of .1. 1'. Wal.son. lal.- of .sai,l! 
M'.omily. d.-^i^i.s,-,l. la.lir,- is lii-i-.-|,yl 
k'iviMi thai, .said a|,|.li,-ali.,ii will I,-,' 
||'a.s.s.-.l ii|io,i al'my .,lli,-,- ,„, ||,,. n,.,; I 

1-"^' I'ly ill .MaiTJi.jf,»\l. (;i\,-ii 1111-1 

•I'-r l,,y liaiu4-an.| olIi,-ial si^;;ialiir,-. ! 

ihi.s/ivii. ;i. iin'.i. ^ 

/ W. I.. .STA.N.SKl.l.. (ir.|i:,-uv 



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i!l llri.i.-llil.r.iii. r i.r M . l),-ir] 

I l.-ii.l ;iii'l S.I,,.,,; .\t.il. , I 

I11I-.I,, .1 ii,-l,l.-,' .,r .\i. . :,,„1 
W. I!.:-'|. ,1. |,..,|,..| I,,, , II, is 

II .M,,ii 1 :\. ;i.-. .■,,,|..-,' I,.. l;il.'<. 
I,;i.l liM", ,,i l,.,,j l,.'.,.,l, r,,i ! 



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•• ''■- \M- 'i„l i;i\,' li.-l- .ir. I.iil. <l 

I is l,;,i,l !•, il.,. >>,, ,■>>!,,,. liln ; ...-s ,f,"'| 
1,1 li.r .l.-Mi- . .W.I ..n.-^ ,,,;,.,. h',;,',. 
• ,r ;;,.•:. I s;,,;,,. -s. II, ,y rv ill ,„.\,.|- „■,. 
I,.-,- I,,,;. ,,„„■,■ ,„ !.,,> «,„:,!. j,,.'. |,l„.v 
will .-, ,• I,,.,' ,1, ll,M\,-ii. W,. u,;i ;,.. 
llllV,- I., |„,-|.,ll,- I., ,,,.,-1 I,, -I- ,,, |,,..,v. 
,•11 ll.f Wl- kf|,l,V sill- is llil-ri; |',i|. j,|sl 
ll.-l,,,,- -I,,- iIp'.I s;,,- ^.,i,l .I,,- w I, 

r.-;i,;j I., j;,, I,., ini.l K.,1,1 ,|-\ya« 

.•<.if,i,-u;i,Ti. >!,,■ Ii:i,| i,,\,:r i,,-,,,, j,,., 

fnr,'. I I,;, I IS ji j:r-cii|. cjin-inl:,!!,!!! V" 

US III l.n.iw lh-,1 .sill- is ill lnMivAi 

wlic.r,' •:,,• ui;l iir-vcr .. /mw ;in.v more 
sorniw :m.l ..kIil-ss. :,,,L will hai-) 
lliiiL |i' ..,-,i \s 'ii I ill, I V, ii,,:h is jii-oiii- 
iHi'il ti. lis iill if vv,. ilo lliK v.ill ini'l I 
livi: us 11(1 wants i:^ I.,.,. >' . ni)\v| 
"lr;ir lovnil OMi-s jiisl |ir,|,i,i ir I,, nu'M 
.S:ir;,!i in I. .■mm-,, r,,r -i,,- , ,I.',.t,' waiU 
iliK fill- yiiii nil. I 

Klio is Hurvivi;,! Iiy hrr fiilliirr nml I 
motlici-, Mr. iimJ ,MrR. J. W. IIuhIi, twc 
brolliiMs, Iliyan niid Julius llusli, 
llirn: siHliuo, .Mrs. Oicai' Cliitny, ,\Iri 
/.ac.koy (iilrciiUi niiij • i^Ir.s. Cluirlu- 
Landers, who un; IcI'L Lu mh-ui ii llicir 
loss. 

licr liDily was luiil tn rrst in Ui'; 
ccinclory nt fiuro. (/'a., in llin pms- 
oiic' iif n liosL rif Hiirrr)wlim' lri<-irli 
UMil luvril (iiii'.s. 

Sli'i'ii oil ileal- Sariili 
Ami liild! :iiy ri'hL, 
f;iHl ralli.Nl (luw: lioiiii: 
. Iln kiiiiwi'di |ii.,l. 
Wiillni liy a frii-ml u li,i I •. ••,) I,,., _ 

i:i:i.i,i; i'A'iKi;ii. j 



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3 

J. W. KEYS DIEO SMURDiiY | 
AMHEdPE^^bEOFTB 



-. J. W. Koyi. «H(vl 78 dlfld Halurdir 
morning tl (2;ia o'clock «t llin txirpo 
Of hU dnijlilor. Mm. M. M. Hlm- 
tnonj, tl 8U Klmo. Tonn. Ilo wm % 
fi»Uv« of nuthcrfonl cminlr. North 

;C«rollni, Iml moved to Ooorgl* o*rly 

lln llfd »nd lived In (;holUx>f» couo- 
yr, tl MphIo for quite t number of 

.yo»r». hor mtny yetrt h« wi» •ol- 

,kltor for Itifl W»lkpr County Mn«»- 
•finjcr tnd w»« widrly tJ>d ftvoribty 
tnown In thl« counly. Uli m*oy 

. frlondi In Iho oounly wUl r«fTcl lo 

'.leirn of hU do«lIi. 
■ Burvlvlnj him we four ohlldr«m- 
)kn. n. !>. Mllcrt, of UI'«y«»<U); 

I Mr*. C. C. Jufiklo*, of Phoflnlx. Arli.; 
Mri, Blmoion*,- of • »U Brno, T«nn.: 
Or. fV. K«t7», of Oklthomt, and on« 
trolhcr, W. C Koy», of rj-Mrrille, 

iTcnn.J tnd one if»(or, Mr*. Annie 

iDavU, of OkUhomt. 
J'TujjertI •ttyIcm wwa held froni 
U)o IUkM BprlnjT church Sundiy »f- 
, Unioon al 3 o'clock, COPduolod by 
'ntr. A. K. BoolU InU»'nn«il follow- 
jM In Uio nock Bprlnf cemrtery. 
{{lOYeral from CUAtUnpoj* tllmvlod 
ibo fuooral. 



OAYIU MACK DALION DIED 
WEDNESDAY MOBNING 



l.cKrra of ni.<tmlK<iInn ' 

Oooi-kIii, Walker County. | 

Mrs. j^alllo l■•rlck^ n.linlnl.ilrnti ix 

iilMiii II siato (,r \V. T. llMHUfll. il.'- 

I'l'HHcil, has mipliiM Id ||n. \iii,|. r- ■ 
Kipncil fur li'll.'rs ,ir illsiiili«sli)n frmu 
Kiild Mniiiiislrnhixshlii, Nolk'o h 
lii'rdiy ywx'w lliiii I will pan* on said' 
iili|.|lriili,.ii al in> oillo,. Ill l,rt|-ay-' 
rlli\ saiil ,Miinl>. mi llio Ursl .M,iii.- 
• I:i.v 111 A|.((|. n..\i. (Wvoii imdiT 'uyj 
Ii:in.|. aiKl uilli-iil kiku;iIiii-c, llll'v 
Miiivli :i. I nut. f\' 

■; W. I.. r>rA\si:i.i, Onllnar.v,',:^ 

l.cnu- to SrU. '■!'>!;'> '/|'l 
/iivirgla. Walker «>"n(y. ! /i?!-' 'Tr) 
\V. II. liarp, nilmlnlHlrnloivjof lIi'(K. 
cHtnlo of W^.J. Ilnrp, Inio lof. cnldi 
Ooiinly, di-ci'n"i(>il. h,'\«"nppHQ"d''lo (Ik;; 
,un(loi'«lKni-d for Icnvp lo HoUlliL'-ronii' 
OKlnIo l-ohuiBlns tn milJ piUlo.!; NiT^v 
lIc!) U hereby >lvm> llinl 1. Will. pR9iil'^ 
ou,>i\li] ftiipllralloM nl;my,'omer-lhj 
LnFoyotlp, «ald county.'; on 'ihejlrsj,?; 
Monday In April. noxl..,Giv'on!undor,4 
my. liaiiJ tnd.olBoltl >lgnat uro.'i tlilk} 
March 3, I01(>.,v. 'Ti^i^?^^Mt''^\ 
./I'.i ■'' W. L. HTANSELti Ordlnab'.l 



l)ii\i,l Mack iJallou. hk,-.I J.I. ,1h;'I 
Weiliirsilay iiioniiuK "1 •'> u i I", l>. ul 
Ills liiiiiii- at (;iiickaiiiauHJ. uU,-r u 
liilrf illiH\os. 

'rill' dixiam;'! is niu^i.-.'?,! hy |iji 
wife, uiiii ilauijhlirr^anil li.s :iii,tli,'r. 
Mrs. .Sarah K. McWhurler. ami two 
hrolhrrti/'rom and A. II. llalluii. I 
Ijolh of CliickaiiiuiiKQ. I 

Kuiioral servlres will ho lirhl from 
Ihi: ChickaiimiiK.i Melhixlinl rliurch, ' 
IhlH inoriiiiig. riiurniliiy, at II o'- 
cloi'k. i:i)niJuct<;-l hy lli-v. I.. I.. I. nil-' 
driiiii. lutormciil will h,' in llio 
Chl^kamaugii ccinutoj-y. | 

I'riiMids of llio aorrowiUH fniiiily 
oxloiid tlicir Byinpnlliy iii this nad ' 
hour of hcreuvi'iiinul. I 



nouwiT rmrr vimM 

OK I.\KI,Li;,N/.A AITACK 

llohi'il I'nrc, afli'i- a hrh'f llliumn 
of iiilliiua/. 1. ilii-,1 al hl» hoiiir li>'loW 
l.al'aycttl' las! Wi'ilms.l.iy iiihIiI 
Miirrh .'•)lli. 11.' had lueii suITimiiik 
Willi liniiii-hllls fur noinn liiiie. and 
wrii.'ii liilliim/ii ili.vi'|,i|i,'il hi, wim 
not nhle III wllhs^jnil II, e iniiiiillfii- 
tlon. ^ \ 

HurvlvliiK Ihii deciMincil in a wifo 
iinil seviiiiil rhillii'ii. I'linrrnI m r- 
vlri'M were hehl hisl Ihursilay iifti'r- 
liooii at :) o'l'loi k friiiii the Wuoley 
Chnpel elnin-J^^mlueleil hy Ui.-v. II. 
II. IIowanrr~lll~llin- prpnenni of a 
Im'Ke iiuinher of relullves and 
frhiul-t. Inlerinniil folloueil In Ihi; 
Wn«li.'y Cliaiiol aravoyard. 



Lrtlrrs of Admliil.siratlon 
<:eoi-Kin. Walker Couiily. 

Appliralion haviiiK Ik-cii made iu 
"lun form (o have .1. ,M. I'last.T aji- 
poiiiled achniriislralor upon Hio cs- 
Tito of V. o. I'liisliM-, Inio of m\A 
ouiily, deceused. imlici!. Is licrohy 
^ivrii (hat said aiTM Ira turn will lio 
pnsard upon at my olllco on the llrsl 
iMonday in April, n'ext. Civen under 
*>y Imnd and o/llnal siKuaturo, this 
March 3, 1911). 

\V. I,. STAiNSKI.I,. Ordinary. 



129 



3Ml9/1 



MARCH. 21, 1910. 



l-rtlrrs of Adiiilnblratlou 
Ocorgln, Walker Couiily. 

Afipllcntlun linviiiK boi-n made in 
duo form lo Iiavo C. A. Clinmbcrij 
oppolnti'd admliiiHlralor upon Iho 
estate of I'olo noyiiolda, Into of riiIJ 
county, docoaswl, notice is horcliy 
given Hint nald iippllcatlon will lio 
passed upon at my onico oh llio flfst 
Monday in April, iicxL Olvon und.T 
my hand uiid onicial slgnaluro, HiI.h 
Murch 3, 1010. 

W. I.. BTA.NHKLL, Ordinary. | 

IN .UIvMOIlY 

n lillli' C.i'i'.d AilitiiiH. iliii'liiifc or 
Ml. Hill MiH. Ail:iiiiH, Willi was Iwra ■ 
Miiy Kilh. r.MH aii>l ili.-d Januaor- 
nth., lint). 

II. sOi-liiH Kii Iciril In Kivo up tilC 
lilllc il.nrliiiK li'iy ulin hut Imm-ji (I1« 
joy llllll ClllMf'M't (if niir lidiim f'«* 
iiriiily imkIiI (iiiilillis. U' «i;iMii« ■f.i\ 
i-iiiiiiiit 1)1' III liiiiiio wlllimit imr dnrl ■ 
INK lillh* liiiliii. hut (iiid knowotli 
brut mill Moinu ^vrut (lay wo' cna 
n\\'y\. our diiar littlu companion ait<l 
i;uii clu8i) lilin in our arAis onco 
iiiori' \vlier.(jllif:ro ^vill bn no Mil 
purliiiKS any more. Ilii was n lov- 
iiiK lillln child and iiiado frlondi 
with overyone. 
Dc.ir, swoot, tnndiir. iovioK Brnco,- 

No mono wd'll aiiti your Bmlllnj . 
face, ' 

No nioro we'll hfor yo;ir doar IllUa-' 
voice, '->'■, 

Ihil mirnn swoct day wo can mod' 
our Ions. 

}lin I/OvioK Aunt, 

t.Q.TUr. 

•I- 'V -I- I 

I 111- Ihr.T rliililn-ii iif Mr. ami .Mrs.i 

•Inliii llinl. iliTiMicl. had :i r.-uiii.iiil 

"' 111'" I "• of .Mr. and .Mis. K. II. | 

ili'lxM-t'i. .March '.!lh. 'Ih.. chililrrii| 
an;: .Mr. and Mrs. K. It. lll.lll•rl^. i.f 
ChickanimiKii; Mr and .Mr.s. .laiiicH[ 
l-lflrhcr. and Mr. and .Mr.i. !.(•■• Jljrd.i 
of I'Dinl S|iriii!;.M. .Srvrral kucsI-i 
callcii diiriiiK the d.iy. 

'T M:f:i.V-MAS.'<KY ' 

I Mr. iiul Mr.-c. xV. ll..\ccly ann.ii 

III'- ■•u«aK-Mnciit of ihcir daugl 

'•"••inn-. I.. Mr.. I, .1,11 Williaiii .Ma- 

llii' wfiMiii- 

April. 



.'ur siMiifliin' 



•^'r. V. .1. Holland, agi-d 7r, 
March loih. ul \w home al C.oi 
"'•'Kills aflcr a lingcrinK illi 
I lie iliciH.sc.l s\-Af one of (he ,i| 
'•'li'-iis III 111,, upper cove and 
li'Khly e.slremed by all thii.M- 
kiie« I, nil. II,. will be surely m, 
h.v Ins .■i.iniiiimi'.v. 



Town and County 



Mr. und.Mri. n.. F.^Miw »P<) Mr».| 
WUllara llaftBWiid J^Ucnd^i-lo*! 
funeral Stlurday In BuiJuftrfviH*, of . 
the laltcr's-grandmolher, Mrt.-Mar-j 
-sarct Calhoun Pdwell. 



l.cttiTs iif .\ilniliij.s(riitiiiii 

"•"ik'iX-NVJilki-r County. 
ApplMt.ilinii haviiiK III-. -11 im:mIi. ,ii 
line f'irin lo li.ive C. .^. Cliaiiihi-r^ 
lati|"'i1ti.(J ajJmimslrat'ir upon I he 
|.-ila|e. i,r |',.li. Ileyn-ild... late ..f .sael 
iciMiiily, ili.,(;a.vd. iiotici- j-i lu-ruhy 
L-iv.ii iliat Maid apphcalinn will b'.' 
J|.iisM..|| upon al my ■(illlie on the /Ir.il 
|-Miiii.lay Ml Apiil. iievl. i.iven imilcr 
nii>.J.iand ah<l oHlcial siviiahiie, Uns 
iMuiili .). I'.liy. 
I W. I.. .^r.\.\.S|;i.|.. (n-.|ii,:ii V. 



I.«.l((T>( Iif Ul.snii.vtion 

'•.'•III Ki.i. WalKi-r Ciiunly. 

j .Mis. Sallie |-ii,-k.<. .■idiiiHiislralrix 

Nip,. 11 Ihe eslale iif W. 1. |l,i..,s,.||. ,1,.. 

■ <-a...il. Ikh aiiplie.l 1,1 III,, iiii.lei- 

'<>»' I f'lr l-llelM r.r .|lMl,i|.<M|,,|i fivil,' 

l^aiil ■nhiiiiiiHlrulnv.slnp. .Vnlin. ^ 
Mienliy fueii Ihal I will pass i.ii ^ai.! 
lippllriilinii at my .illir,- jn l.al-.iy 
ell... Slllil inlliily. Mil III.. Illsl .Mori- 

• lay 111 April. \\<-\\, <.u..i, miiler mv, 
'liim-l and nllli'Vil siKiial in e, llnV 
' Mari-li .-I, I OH), 
j W. I. .'^lA.N.-^KI.I.. Di.finaiy 

I.eiivr lo .Sell 

'leiiiKia. Walker Coiinly. \ 

I W. II. Ilurp. .'iilniini.slialnr ..f Ihr 
estate Iif W. I. Harp, lali- i.f .sail 
loiinly. deroaHcd. has applied lo (h.. 
imder.siK-iied fiic leavu I" t'dl llie real 
'e.Mlale heliniKinH III Haid eslale. ,N,,. ' 
III-.. Im hereby ^iven Ihal I will pa.sM ' 
• 111 .said iippliraliiiii al mj_VTlllii. m' 
Lal-iiyell.e. miiiiI ciiiifrtAT mi Ihe llrst. 
.Miinday in April. ne\l. (iiven mfiler 
my hand n'lid iidlcial .simialiire, iinsj 
March .'1. HMO. [ 

j W. I.. SIWNSKI.I., Ui.liiiaiy. 

j l,eii\e III .Sill j 

,'i..Ml>;i:i, Wllll.,.|. (iDlinly. 

I Ileus iif .1. I, |i:,y lias iippli,.,| 1,1 

,11 i,l,.rsi(..ii,..| r,.|- |,.a\.. Ii, s,.|| III,. I 

real eslale |,i|,,m...,i,,; I,, .,,,1 ,.r,|a|..l 
I'lid, r Ihe leriiis ,,i n,.. uijj .\,,|i, p 
IS h, r,.|iy Mu,.n Ihal I vmII pass i,n ;' 
>'.iiil iipplicalimi :il my i.|Ii,i. m I. a 
l-iiy..||e. I. a . sai.l mnnly. ..i, II,,. |1|..| 
Mmnlay in April. |ie\| liix.n uiehr 
my hand an. I nllli:ial :iii;ii;,tiiie. Uns 
March .'I. IHIO 

W. 1. SI\.\Si:i.l,. Oc.lniai V. 



IN Ml.;\l()lt\ (»!•• .U"..ss|. MUMKH; 
l>l IIIIAM 

.le.ssi; was III,, s,,,, ,,r |i.iiii.-l ami 
Mi:illia I mrli.iiii an,l u a.s lim n in 
hekall) Ci^Alaliama. .liil) '.i. twr.l. 
haviiiK lived Ih-r-. iml.ii I'.lll. when 
In: moved wilh his lalhei- ainl 
miitlier to .MiI.ernore.s lldve m Wal- 
ker i;>i., (ieoiKia. an, I lived there un- 
til .Inly L"i. I'.ilM. when he was 
drafted mlo milil.iiy scr\ ht. 

He left LaliiyeM,.. (,a.. .Inly Vi, 
IlilM. alnuK Willi several ulher Walk- 
er county buys, for Camp Uord.ni. 
where In; was Iraiiied as an mlaiitiy 
man until .^.|,l. i".. ishi-n he was 
Iriinsfnri cd to C'lmp Merrill, N. .1.. 
reiiiaimiiK Ihei-. uplil Sepl. L.',! wtien 
li • .sailed li»r J.'r.ince. 

.lease landed safely iixei-s.-as and 
riMiiaiiyd in I'lrince iinlil his ,|,.alh, 
_\\hieli nociirred .NovemlMir 10. I'.MH 
Tit llase hosjiiliil No. (1,'. .Mars, .Nievie, 
I'rance. Iln wmm hiiried In Ihe 
Americiiii rcmni 'r> at Unit place. 

.li'Hso was irmrrled I'l Miss llertha 
Hayes, of l.iiFiiyelle. (ia.. .May ■.'5, 
lUIH and lived li.nppily wilh hei uii 
III ho wasTiilInd lo Ihe army. 

II Is hard for us to reiili/e Ihal 
.lesso is ilenil. We loved luiii as only 
a Irip. friiijiij cm luve. .\ii grainier, 
nnliler HiMil e\,.r lell America In 
llxhl for the rivlit. Uli. how haul il 
was fur Jesse t.( say kihhI liy In his 
aged pari.nU, Ins Ioviiik wife and iif- 
llicteil briilher, not knnwiiiK Ihal In: 
would ever sen Itirin iiKnm on Ibis 
earth, yet he cespondeil to his call 
like a man. nu\or slilrkiiiK. 

roil iiitich ^,"1,1 camiiit tie sin, I ,ir 
I Ins n ibl« hoy. lie was lli,. most 
nliediunl Hon to his aK''<l parents I 
ever knew. He was kind and K""d 
III his iillliiled Ill-other. stiiyiiiK wilh 
111 inaiiil h,'l|iiii/ him iinlil he was 
called iiw ay . | 

.le,<»e maiiieil u nohln girl and 
lived and love,) lu-r as only- a Irim' 
hiisbund ciiild. Ho was one of Ihe I 
most priinusiiiK ynuiiK selinol leacli- 
iTs of our ciiuiilv, mid was loved and 
lespieled wherevi.r he tanulil. I 
cannot helieve Ihal a iimre prnniis- 
liiK life was lost ill Iho world war. 

When we see Jesse's rninraden rn- 
liiniinK it's hiird for us to re:ifir.o 

ILial Jinac laii .ii-vri c Inick In 

lis; that ho lie* lUirio,! In n grtvii fari 
away, lull wlill>i lt'« hard wo rnailin 
that It's renl. Wo know thai Jeswi li 
dead; Ihal lin run never comn back' 
lo us; liut if wp only liyo our livoi 
as Christ would havo us llvo wo have 
tbn blessci pruniiM llinl wo shall 
innel .lesse In Iioavcn, wlicro there I 
will bo no more »ad partlngi, nick-' 
neu n<Tt- doath, but all wtU bo pnwook 
Joy, a glory forovfr. 
Thou oro Rune U> the rrave, 

Wo will nol ffrlcv<nho«; 
SInco Uo<l waa Ihy ranaom, 
AdJ fuardian and rulde. 
He savo IhM, Hq U>«k lh*«. 
And »oon will r«4lor« lbe«, 
Whcro dfvatli h«» no allnf, 
SlDoo- Iho flavlor diad. 

A FRIEND 



, MARCH 21, 1919. 

I.N I.OVINCi .MI'.MOItY 

or lilllr C.r.il -fV.luiiis. Ill" wan 
liiirii M:iy Kllli.. lum iiinl ilicil .lini- 
imry lltli, IUH». (Ili.Vil wiin mi Imril 
In Kivi- liliii ii|>. Ill' wii^ «<ifli !> twi'i-r 
iKiliy. lull llio lliMivoiily I'lilliiT 
kiiiiuvi lii'nl mill wr ninul »uy. " I'liy 
will 111- llllllfl ■ 

\Vi> .iri> ituil siiiri' till wriil awiiy lo 
Iivo III lliiil liiiiil lii-yiuiil llio nkli-s In 
Uiul Kloiiml lillsii wluiro no Bll^^oW 
(•vi-r niiiii'a. 

lio rniiiiiil comn Imck lo briKlil"n 
iivir lioino hill •VI) r,iii\ rd lo lilin 
wliorc (loiilli or norrow can iirvof 
jiiirt lilt niiy iiioit. 
Aiili'i'i' 111 Jr-'iiii. yi"l H(i yiiuMK, 

I.lfo Willi ll'ii •wnclnoan JuhI ln-nun. 

May \v(i BO live Uial wlion wn am 
callnil lo cnifis llio dark rlvrr of 
iloaUi llial' wo -.vlll fear no ovil. hill 
will JO lo Ihal happy ami Kt«; nal 
lioiiio ■\nil nirrl our lllllo lovoil lin^ 
In Ih" flly of lilisii bryonJ llio ularr^f 
ilk let. 

A IxivlnK Unolc, 

LEK connri.i. 



IN MIvUDIlY 

Uii rrliiiniiy I. nil'.i. u Innulifnl 
aL.I u-rful lifr w:in imhIimI ^Ii.mi (Io.I 
\\.^ iiilliiil"' wiiiluiii r.MiKivnl from 
oor nil. Ml. our In-lnvi-il fri.-iiil. MiHi' 
Jni'/ laiiMiT. Slii- jniiir.l llir II ipliMl ^ 
cum li 111 l.:il:i.M-ltr lUi'l was -.1 

■ll.liil iiii'iiiliiT 111 llii' li f Ion- I 

iilli. Hit fmiriiil was icniiliiili-d , 
.• liiT piioLor. IW\ . 1. S. I.r niuril. uiid ' 
•. liiiily wiis lalil lo ri-«l in Ij>l-'iiy- 
li- itiMiinlcry. 

Sill- I.I ciirvivi"! hy li'T iiioUior. 
I- li. ».. .MoC.iirl. T mill nin- liroUir.-, 
W.. mill oiii- HiNiii'. (;ll^i.•^llllo. lin- 
ili'H i\ lioHl (if ii'liillMM anil frlnnilii 
ino.urn hrr lim. 

II wii.ui I ■•111' idiMi.^iii- • L > liiinw 
ii'i IniiK. I>iil llioso \vliii,Kpow lior 
Mil lovnl lii:r iiionl. Oiir Byinpn- 
A\'!f mill priiyiiri ko mil lo tlio l)0 ■ 
•Bvoil fniiiily, mill inny tiod'a rluhonl 
inBdliiKs rofll on llii'in. 
prmliiui oiK' from ua In Kono, 
A volcn wo loved If iiUll. 
plnrn la vaoniil lu ovir homo 
Thai novor can bo flllod, 
Wrillon hy hor frlonda, 

M. L. \V. 
M. M. U. 
T. 1.. W. 



IN L0V1N(; .MIvUOHY 

or UUlc O.il AduiiiM. llo wa.f 
luini M.{y null. M'lH mid died Jnn- 
iiary llt\u lO"'- <"'• '•• ^^n*^'* '"""'^ 
lo Kivo lilm >ip, ho was Hiirli a swccl 
iialiy. hill Uio Heavenly I'nlhcr 
knows h^nl and wo niual Hay. "Thy 
will bi> doiifl." 

Wo aro »ad iiinco hn wont owny to 



AGNE8 iUNK MoCnEOOn 

Agnoi Juno' McUrofor, younin'Bl 
augliUtr of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mc- 
TVgor, tvho dlM ill her homo al 
ock Bprlng, Oa., on ThurMlay, Fob. 
Ih. waa laid lo real In I'cavluo com- 
Ujry- Borvices wero corvJuilcd by 
•Y. W. H. TalUnl. Tho l>^lU(^a^ori 



IN MEMOnY 1 

Of J'>»5o WolUn, ion of Jamna andj 
Ulfa WalHn. Ho w»i bom il CMar ^ 
(irovc. May .nilh, IBM and died al 
hit homo al l^Kayollo January 30(h,' 
1019. loved and rrapoclod by all who 
knew him. Blxl-xin yeara »ro ho 
wRi married lo MIm B*1Ho Slokcr. of 
C.clar (irovp. To Ihla union was 
born one child, Alvla, who l» now a^ 
H-,.wn young lady and who rcalUo>| 
Iho Inni of a kind and Indulgent, 



livo in Hint land bi-yond tlio eklos In ^^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^j^ ,,_,,j^, ^,,,o i^gyg ij^d 
Ihnl Klcrnal blls* whoro no 8or>ov<r i,,^. „„,orlrnco can "" *' 



oviT comoa. 

Ho cannot coino back lo brighlim 
our lipino but 'vo can go to him 
where doolh or sorrow can ncvc* 
part (IB any inoi-o. 
Asleep in Jesus, yel ho young. 

I.lfo wllh It's •werlnoBS Just honun. 

May wo »o live tlinl when wo arfl ^ 
callod In cnws the dark river of 
doaUi that" wo -.vlll feur no ovll, but 
will go lo thai happy and Klc:nal| 
hoino nnd mrcl our liUlo lovodt)n^j 
In tho city of bllsn beyond tho alnrrafl 
jaklcj. 

A Loving Unole, 

l.IiK COnDELI. 



I foel Uial loo niuih cannot bo 
anld la Jcmo'b b-half as a kind nnd 
Inihilgcnl faUier, a lover of homo. 
i.,i,I tin iiuliiBlrlnuB and law-abiding 
man. His rhanco In life was poor. 
He was lefl an nrplian irk Infancy. 
Ihilir falhor and moUior dying Whon 
ho w»8 quit© ainall. Ho wafc n*ro.l 
to j-ounj manhrvod by his older 
hrolhop ind aiatcn. While he had a 
/Vt-o-vI ''I'p for books md ujcful In- 



IN MKMOIlY 

On lilMiniiy I. nil'-'. ' 
tilil useriil lifu was 



•ude 



a liiniilifnl 

d wh 
Ml his hilliiileVisiloiii reiiKived from 
our imdsl. our beloved friend. Miss 
lue/. laiiiier. Slw jnilied llie llllilist 
ohurili al l,:>l-a>etle and was u 
,„,ll,lnl n.eiiil.er al the l"'";^J|f_^J|;^'j .u of hTs Bui>orlorB and was loveOt^j; 



formation, from clilldliood up ho waj 

doprlve<^of an education, but wllh i 

detormlnallon ,^»l ooMld not b<i 

downed, he worked hard, rupi>orted 

hi* family, and itlendod Ibo LaKa)^4 

eU« High School after ho waa maiy 

riod, nludlod bookkocplng by mail{ 

I md al th« ago of thirty-two had otx-" 

I r....,,. / talned • One buiinc»8 oduoaHon. .; 

At the llrpo of blB death.ho'holcl 

a good poaltion with the Unloa Cot-i 

ton Mills at I^Kayotlo, whcr«T' ht! 

was hold In tho highest C8l»er» bj( 



dcalli. Her funeral was 
by luT paolor. Ile\ . 1. S. I.e 'nurd, and 
bei- body was laid lo real ni lj»Kay-| 
ttle remntery. 

She IS siirviviHlJiy^lier niollier.' 
Brs. 1 . ^. Mi-i;arl>i- and one brothe,-, i 
J \V.. and one sisUe. C.lirisllno. bo- 
lides n liiiHl of leliillMM jnd friondil 
lo mom n her loss. 

U wa.ilit ilii- i.leas.ir- I' ImuW 



hll 



' all who know him. ' A 
mown leSBO Wallln all h{« 
never he«rd k person say 



all the hand), llo numboroJ 
friends by all who know him. 

I have kr 
life and I 
that ho disliked him. I foil thai hU 
re>cord was go<xl but Jcbbo, wllh alj 
his love and sinllcB for ovory on^ 
waa nol a Christian. What a plly, 
How much moro valuable wovild hij 
short Ilfo have been had ho spt>nl it 



moi loiiK. but lliose who know hor ^^ ^^^^ eervlrn of llio Lord.'bul 

OoBl loved liur iiiosl. Our symiift- ^^^g^)^^ ^ (^ ,;,^| ,i,nt „„ bis dOrtllt 

Miles and prayers go oiil lo llio ho • ij^ ^^ rcpenlod of hla sins, gave hii 

toaved family, mid may (Jiids rk'hesl ^.|,oio j,enrt lo Uod and pra)TJ 



hlOBsliiKs rent on them. 

A preelous one from us Is goiio, 

A voice wo loved li Btlll. 
A plarn Is vanmil In our homo 
Thai novor can bo lUhxI. 

Wrilton hy her frionda, 

M. I.. \V. 

■M. M. 11. 

T. I.. W. 



through to victory. Thank Cod. foij 
Iho promise llml ho Ihol cbmoLh In 
at tho ole\.inth hour shall rocclvd 
wages.- After all of his beroavcmon^ 
ami atnictions hero we hope to bo 
with him in a blissful nl«rnity..>,V;', J 
;•, V - ' ,, Ills COUSIN, j 



lu 1 



^A///?/^ 



AOMIS JUNK MoCIVEXK>n 

A^oi Juno' McUrcfvr. younf\'»l 

■.dfcuglilcr of Mr. »nd Mr». W. M. Mc- 
•trtor, who dleil »l tier lioino »l 
■ feock Bering, 0» , on Thurmlir, Fob. 
•Ih. wu laid to i-c«l In I'ravlua com. 
■' MJery. Sorviccs wrro corkOuClrJ by 
'.^IWY. W. 11. Tallniil. Tho i-ttlUearcrs' 
•■'wero F/i Cook. Gloi\n SinlUi, Willlo 
^ WbCluro, Fr»nk Mall. 11111 1'Iom. Mar-! 

■Uo Craiimoro and I'rlco llonry. i 

,: 'AJjuM v^»< * mouibor of U>o Dsp- 
^tl't bliurcli for a nvimbcr of yc«rj 
'.'invd w»» a dovotrd church ^rkpr. 

>^Sli» -ha* many friends In IhtNcoin- 
VKJUnllr who will inl»i her— Iho Bun- 
'>i4«y'iOhool win mlM hor. Uio prayer 

*.Bio«Ung will ml'.» hor, bul moil of 
i''''*lhj!*'«''M 1^- mlf""x1 1» Ih" home. 
I'^lhi'Vna • triio rhrlsllan girl, a dull- 
'Vful'daoghlor onO a kind loving »!»-' 

j^wp,f ■•- '"~ 

S^Seimrllclly WTV8 Iho kcynolo of her 
k-?'ilr*.-"A» » fhllii !>"'" iilcanurcs wcro 
&«f:Ui« slmpUoal, mul oi sho fccow to 
.'■p<-tp"uo* womanhood .-.tio novor r.'.rlicd 
!i;O0V/af Lor worldly pK'asur.n. SUo 
ifyMloMlho simpler Ihlncfl of life. ,. 
IJ^'^>p)(«« ■ wt« very palrioUe. and 
5.iWl»«\"w»r WW aoclartxl 11 W08 her 
♦sJii'loBalo Franco as a J\od Crota 



il IS hunl ((ir u.n Ui rrult/.i; lh;il, 
Jiissn is di'ud. \Vi> Invi'd liiin as only 
u trill' friujid rail Ikm-. .Nri<tri-iiiiilcr, 
liciblrr Hiiiil OMT Icri AiiiiTica In 
nKJil fur llu; rivcia. Uli. Iiow hniiJ il 
\vn« for Jc.Hsc f.i say Hoiid by In Ins 
npcd port'ntti, Im Ihvihk wife and of- 
llicli'd brollirr, luil knnwiiiK that bo 
wijiibl o%or son [(inn iiKnm nii Ihi^ 
i-arlli. y.'l bi- ivtpomliil Ui his lall 
liki' n man, ho\ nr sliirKiiiK- 

I on iiiiirli ^ii<i<l caiiiKil lie sanl nf 
lliis 11 ilil.- iM.y. II,- was llii- liiDsl 
Dliiilioiil Hull III his agi'd pan-Ills 1 
<:v('i- kiU'M. lie wiiK kind and koixI 
. lo bis iifllii-lril bi-iitbor. sliiyiiig wilb 
I hi iiiatiil bi'Ipiii.- hiiii until bo wtxt 
Cillb:d n\\:iy. I 



.ti-SKi- inairii-il it iioblR K>i'l itml 
hvi-d and liiM-d bvr ns niily- a Iriiu 
luiiibiiiid niiild. Ho was oiio nf Ibn 
mii5l iiriiMU.iiiik' yiiiiiiR sl-IhkiI IpucIi- 
cfii of our i-iuiiilv, no'l was lovi-d niul 
rt>s|ii-iili-d wluTi'vi-r bo ln\iRbl. I 
i-aiiiinl. bi'lii'M' llial a iiuirii proiiiis- 
iiiK lifo wn" b"*l in Iho worlil war. 

Wbi'n wo KOI' Jii-isi-'s riimradi's ro- 
liirnliiK H'h hard fur lis In roafi/.o 
Ibal Ji-.sso ran .i"vir t-mii.- lini-k In 
un; that bo lion liuriod In a giavo far I 
away, lull wIiUk il'n bard wo roallin| 
Ibnt H'k ri-nl. Wii kiiiiw IbulJonMi il 
(load; lliul bn ran iiovor ooiiin back' 
lo im; bill If wo only Uvu our llvoi 
an ChrlHl would have us llvo wo have 
(bo blonnoil |irunils« tbnl wo shall 
i)ini-l .10850 In Iniavon. wbcro Ihoro j 
will bo no moi-i' nod parllngs, slck-| 
no&A n(^ dodh, bul all will bo pnuocvl 
Joy, a glory forover. I 

Tliou oro gone lo Ihe grave, 

Wo will nol grlovcTThoo; 
Bln.^i Oo<l was U»y ranaom. 

And 8K."tllan and guide. 
Up gave lh«. Ho U>«k lha«. 

And aoon will r«*tor« lbe«, 
NVhem death has no allng, 

Blooo^ Uvo J3avl'ir dlad. 

A FRIEND. 



, MARCH 2^1919. 



MOUI-.I.A.M)— «mi|.|(;|.; 

Miss Mi.ihIi- lla/.rl Mni-.-laiid and' 
Sam .S. Oi-illi-i- wen- (|iiii-l|y marrn-rl 
Salnr.lay i-\,-rtmi.- nl HJn nVlnck. 
I In- II. -V. Ma.ii.r II.,. .1 I, , r Ihi! l-lr^l 
lla|.h,l ilnii-i-li nl CIni.laii iikii, nlll- ' 
riiilfil Willi II,,. ,11,^ ,-.,-i-,.mimy. i 

I ln-> Wl-ll- Il|-.-.Mll|I.Ml,-l| liy III,- 

Iniili-'s iiuiil. mill lni-11,1, Misa Ni-llo 
Mnr,-lan,l ami Miss K.liia L.^iimiim'. I 

■|lii- liiidd wiiro a ilrn.ss of liliin 

goorK'tlto cropo and while saliit' 

rindi-n-llu Hlippoi-H willi luil an I 

kIom-h lo iniili-li. Il(-i- i-oal wa.s of 

■ |ii-M(l hluo. .Slio worn a biiiiijiicl n!" 

lin,l,-.s iimi-M. 
I Till? bndii wa.s I In- all raid ivi- ymuw 
dniiKliliM- of \V. C. Moroland, nf l.a 
l-"ayi-l(i-, (iiMirKiii. 

Mr. ()iilli-(i is fni-im-rly nf Iowa, 
but al llio pi-i-si-iil Im s.-rviiig in tbi- ' 
I'liili-il .S(nli-K Army, ami is .iliilion d 
al Kl. ()Kli-llinrpi-, (;a., wilb tho 
(Jiinrti-riiinMli-r CnipH. , 

llii- imiiiy rni-mlH nt|d n-lulivns of. 
Mr. mill Mr.H. ()^lll(-^ wiMjrHlr-in :J 
long, pinnpi-rouH aiidlTiippy Jourm-y ' 
IbrouKb lifo. 

X.\.\. 



MRS. M. F, POPt mm 

OF PNtUMONU lUtSOiK 

.\ll.r a \M-'-ks lUiio-s ..f piicuiiin-^ 
ma l.ill.iwiiih' m'luru/a. Mrs. M. !•'. , 
p,,|,i-, at,-ril Ort. nf Vlllannw. dird al 
h,-i- h.im,- I iii-s,lay iiinnim^: al almm i 
; ,,.|,Mk. 

Sm\n iiiK lln- .l.->-.-as.d ai,- iH-r ) 
liiisliaml. llii-,,t M-iis, i:'-l. -InlMi II. 
and I'.nl. I MM, I 1-. I'np-. "f "'"* '•''}; 
and U.-ii II. I'npi-. of \illan-«. an l| 

,,i„- l,rnlli.-r. .l;-..-nlp »i 1^""- "' | 

l.liirUamauv;a. 

lum-ral .-i-i \ I'-'s wi-r>- In'ld :d ^ 
Cnm-nnl i-bunii W.-dm-sday afli-r- . 
lln,,rr,^l•.m.l^l.■l,■.l by Ui'v. II. I'. ll«ii,l I 

111 Ih,- |.iiM-m I a laij;,- inmnurs,- 

,,f .i,.n>>\vmi.- r,-iali\,-s ami fni-iid-'. 
liil.-rim-iil inll-,vM-,l 111 11"- iduiiili 
^ravi-yai-d. I 

Karly in lil'- Mi-^- ''"I"- pruffssi-..! 1 
a failli 111 (.liii-l ami jmiii-d lho| 
llaiilisl rliiirch. finiii wlii.-li for, 
liflv yi-ais sbi- li\i-d a ,-niis,-.-ral.-,l 
im-Inli.-r iinUl h'-'' 'I'':'"' '"'-"'•'y 
iiuMnim,-. Sill- coiinli-.l In-r fnomis 
liy Ihc .sonro and was ln\.-il liy "I'l 
and young alik-. Il<-r wis.- inmiM-l 
will bo .sori-ly missed. Triily a k""'1 
w.iniaii bus passi-il away. 1 



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3i:^l/'il1 



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Lrnvc to Sell j 

'.r-iiiKii. Wnlkcr (;<i\iiily. ; 

I \V. II. Ilorp, niliiimislriihii- "f Hi'' 

'.v,l:it.- (.f \V. I. Ilai|i. Iiil" -'f fui.! 

■(■..Hilly, ili'Ci'.isc.l, li;is ii|.|.li.'.l lo llii';; 

'iiii.l.-rSiKin;'l for Irnv.- l.i ^.'ll llic i-.mM 
.sliil.' licl.'iiKHig lo ;)iii.rv<lul.-. .N'.i-, 

'llc.> ii li.rrhy v.\\c\\ (Iml I will i.as" ( 
..II :<:ii.l ii|i|.lii:iilii'ii 111 iiiy iilllr.' in > 
l.:il'iiy.'llr. muiiI couiily, on Uif llr.sl 1 
Mim.l;iy in .\l.iil. ii'-vt. <iiv.Mi iiiwl.r i 
my liiiM.I iiii'l .illliiiil f.iKii.iliir.-, llii>< I 
M.inli :i. nil'.). " 

I W. I. SI'WSKI.l.. Ui-.hiuiiy. , 



l,rii\r Id Sill .^^/^"^ 

i; k-M. \\'iil)rT Ciiiiiily. 

I II. -ii-. ..f .1. I. I>ay liii.t ai.i.li.'.l I" 
111.- 1111.1. •rMiKiM-.l r.ir li-avi- l.i >'.'ll Hi.- 

\\v\\\ .-.l:.!.' Iirl..iii;iii>; l._^ii.l ■•»l:ili', 

'illi.l.l- llir I.TIIIH i.f 111.' will. N.itlil" 
Ii h.Ti'liy Kivrii lliul 1 \m1I I'liss mi 
siii.l a|.|.liiulif>ii -il my "HI'" m l-i>- 

. I'ay.llr, (ia.. «aiil iiumly, on llm llfl i 
M.iii.luy 111 Aiuil. w\\. (iivi;n uinlcr 
my liim.j nu.l nfllcial «lKnal6'rr, lliii 

Nini.-ii n. luiu. : 

W. I-. HIANSKI.I., Onliimry. 



+ L.\K.\VEn>: R. 2. + 

+ + 

'Ht%- M - I - i - l - r - l-I - I -l-I - H - M - 

Well, wc wiTi; glait lo hoar of Mr 
and .Mrs. K.I Hi>ir.s line Ixiy, Imh-ii 
last work. \Vc liopo llial llic lioy ' 
will grow up an. I make a kk'xI aii'l 
useful man and be a tiloH.-iiiiK lu Iil-i 
fallior and mother. 

(;.>oper, of l.mwooil. an. I moved (o 
• Mrs. Duiiwooily'ji Iw.i wfi.;ks npo. We 
' '<)iniialhi/.o vvilli Ihe bi'.rcavnd fam- 
■ ilv. 



^_j. -H- l - M - I -H-I-M- I - l - t - I ■\~\ 
+ L<NVVO()0 I.IK.Al.8 •\ 

:H- -f- H - l-I-l -l-l • -j-t-I-I-t-l- ^ ^-\- 

The .l.-alh of Mrs/Salli.- l-.isler « 
l'J:<K) .Saliiidny ihkIiI >n Ihi- liiinic o 
her ilauKliler, Mph. I). K. l>tiiiwooil) 
in West l^r'nyelle. raiiic as a dis- 
liiii'l slior.k 1(1 her many rclallve^ 

• nd frienilH. She had a ntrnk.'* ol 
panil>HiM alioul twelve yearH aKo, 
wlurh reudered her in a mea^iiri' 
helpl.-i.s, yet Hlie wii.n hriKhl ami 
r.he.M'fiil and fond of reading. Hlie 
would oflen lake her fhilch and ki' 
oul 1111(1 vinil the .sick. .She Hceniod 
reasimnlily well Saturday niKht^,aiid 

• at up 'till her u.nual hcd Imie: She 
only lived forty mimiteii after kIv- 
InK the alarm of her sud(len illiiens 

Till' funeral will take place l<i(la> 
(Tu.Hday) nt 2:0(1 p. m. at the Map- 
llMl rhiirch, condm^lcd hy Uev. 1. S. 
Ix'onard. 

'Sw*. l-"oKli'r wav Ihe wife of Ihe 
hil(' .IiiiIko v.. I'omIit. who ho ahly 
lllled Hid olllcn of Ordinary of thi.>t 
r.uiiily llie hi.st few yeaiH of his lifi\ 
'Ihe il.'ceaFed In survivo*! by 8U 
daiightera: Mr.i. .!. N. Hilton, of 
Canton. Mpm. Ilolierl Carmicln. of 
(Ihalliinnogn, Mrs. M. I.. Cooper, (^Irs. 
Hurt Hilbo, Mrs. I>. K. I>uiiviro<nly and 
MrH. Ilninniond Smilh. nil of I.al'ay- 
clte. ami four noun: Frank Koster, 
of ThomaBlon. (ihnrlio Kooler. of 
iUrmiiiRliam, Ala. Henry Kontnr. of 
J'.ednrtowu, Jjid /.elk Foster, of 
,ChlrkamauRn. Her chlldrnn always 
made it a point lo do all in their 
power for Ihel" molher'a comfort. 
For the Inul three yearn h1ii> had 
made Imr homo witli Mrs. M. I,. 

I I 



13 



DKATll CLAIMS MRS. G. A. NASH 1 
AFTEf^ A nntET ILLNMS! 

I KrUndi In the oovnljr of Mri. 0. A., 
Nasb-wlll bo pained lo learn of hrr 
death oarty Monday morning, al the, 
Weei EilU t>oapllal In ChatUnoo«« 

iSho «ai lakon tuddoaly ill In oburo)^ 
Thursday naornlncpnauaionlaf^ilck- 

hy d(*rt«loptrj|t which ro«uIl«<l In h«r 
dncth-Mcnute./. 

Burrivln*' thii (J«ca4u«d U hw. 
huabaod^ O. A. ^(aab; oo« ton, i. K.' 
Wrlft>»v of Cbtcofo; ■ alalar, Mra. 1*1 
E. LrncJi, of Chicago, and • broU>«r, 
0. A.'.W)lklaK)n, of CoJuiiUHi».'i><l»a. 
1 WH.JTi«tfh»4-l|vH lal-Ckiat^- 
noort' -itreQ^tjr jfT?^''' <«ra, '^wmti^f 
from •Il»llli»wr« i* ■ ¥r».'"WHli*ai 
Wrl^ W; W)0 nw M ' vary' • Vi^« 
churob- worker^ ^WVlr^'''<'""H>«'"»l 
promfn«ol poalllop* ih IC^ ■ys'ptt>«'i 
lOrjmnfmfioM >f 5' th«>¥eiJi^Ul 
^church. 'e»i*'wi» ojjlTflfiall^ioTfld 
•nd ber plact in th« obtircb will tw 
Ihardloflll. -.^ ':'.;■ ••■• '.*' 
' Fuflerti »<)rvlooi wer* beld lii 
!r/«nl«n*rjr. church, Wedae»d«r nxrrn. 
Ingr «l 10 o'clock conduclod by Iho 
nov8. E. E. Wllpy, Ulron nod Mul- 
•llnn. ■ ■ . • ' ■."■.•■ :'■■•''." ' 

ndHlvet and (rlpnda of lh« family 
here «xl«rid Ihelr bonrtfcil •yropfc- 
:lhlMin UiU'jmd hour^of bereave^ 

IN IIKMOIIY I 

On January Hth. (ho doalh onjtcl 
vlaltod the home of Mr. and Mrs. W, 
P. IIcgTvood an'l took from them 
their darling hohy who waa rlRlilora 
montha old. Oo<l had fl place pre- 
pared for It and look 11 lo fill Uit»t 
pinoo. We know 11 Is hard lo give 
ll'up but Ood knowelh bcil; he la 
Ihe on? Ihat dootli all Uiing«-woll. I 
I can only aay to Ihe bereaved par- 
onla, weep no! for your lllUo baby 
if al roil. Il Is an ansol In heaven 
ready lo welcomo falhnr and mother 
Uirough Ihe Golden,. Galea, All wo 
have io do to- ana our loved one* Il 
Ip live t<) aee them /n ITeavcn, »o you 
Will (e« her t^laJf you only liyo lo 
pleaM Ood, and will never have to 
part 'any tnor« and ^11 will be p«««« 
fcfttntst. '."/:;.;■.'•■ •• 'i ;?,'■,', '• 

I Ood ttveth tndOoil t*ketb fWlij^, 
\i'(ip\ko^}» yiamt In^tbo t(AM toA 

'.no 'on«' can '.tswti'-, flll';lt,, but ''Ood 

r/.it'<.;iiUfl,!>ody r^ruid to tM'Bi 
■COOoonl'(WrtB<lei^,"la'«waIl' th<'lr»* 

■IM'toldOrf t«t«i ifiik'i^'Mii^ 



APEIL*4, 1919. 

•f-Hr-^H-M-l-l-I-M-H-l-P -i-h ! 
+ +1 

•I* NO'II.IC ^. 

•j-f-i -»"~w-:-:-i-w- -i-i-i-i-i-ivH- 1 

TIh! mraiil MUX nf Mi. imd Mix. 

• Illlll AllTH WUIJ llllll III IihI III till.' 

Ci'iiliM- I'.iiiil. (;.-iii<li-»y W.iliui'tilay. 
ofliTiinoii lit twi dlliirk. Tim fiiii- 
iTnl Mcrvirn wui <oii'liicli-<l liy llov. 
111. S. ';i)r(J()II. 



'^ k 



lub ..MifA IGc AbUi 7U 



V 



rn 



;)StS 10 HiS-UBWARB 



Joe IjjwTcnco, ngcd 70 dlrd 
Vediit-ailayfin Allanla, aflCr o liu- 
^rluif illntss uS several {noallis. I 
, Tlio tlccrnf'O.i j» survivod by liH 
■w/itc' one mini, Dt-cJv Lawrence, of 
Vi'vAl Armurlifo and (Tvc daxii^lilcrs, 
Wrj^. I.undsilrll, of .Mlania; Mrs. Hunt 

-«r>\i-iiL AiniiicliiM; and Migscs Clcr- 
tj'uiii' .iiid Kl^\ii l-awrcnrc, nt Al- 
laiUu, :in>t Mi!<:i .luliu Lawrence, of 

''JI^'csL Aiinncliec. I 

• Tln'^iioty Wil;^'^^l»lI;;lll 111 llw Lnw- , 
rcni^^a.nn- ni U'cel Arniucln-e SaU 
Kxriluy. and funeral Hcrv'ices wrrn 
)i<-lil ^Sunday MKiininK al 10 u'clock 
irn.ii >lidi)li (■liiirch. ciindiiclcd by 
<'.(:.. -It— Sr-t5^>iir^rd. Inlnrmeiil fol- 
/ii-.vril 111 llitr fatiiily biiryniK Krodnd. 
'1 l.c ..••ci-asi-d wa.x IukIiI.v- <'.'<ti'i;;n- 
cii b;r;nl IJuisi' who Jkucw liini, and 
a Ijir*<*- (•(iiirnui-'c.' (if rclrtlivi'.i and 
frii'.iii..- Ill U mill. I llii- funcrul Sunday. 
<.liiil" :i uuinlMT iif J.iil'nyrlli' (i.-nplc 
4.U.-ndi-.l. ■ 



f/// 1/9 /f 

Wrby J(nH!«H"',:,/,v VM 
Kirby, Joue^,|lgod.55,,<^l(;d.Ill hUfl 
homo at CliaitanoogiTuiJiadrmornJ,'^ 
Ing at 8, nftcr.a Tow. days; lIlnoBS. HoV^ 
l« survived by one brotli^ri-Olmstoavf 
Jones, of LsFayelto, Ga.; flvo elslars'A* 
Mrs. W. A. Illrd, Mlro.Y^nla Jonev'^ 
of CbatUnooga; Mr8.,A;:'M^ MarUM^ 
eummorvlllo, Oa.; Miss Lpna Jdng»;W 
Cb Ickarnaiign, Ga, and Mrs.' ' R. '• Fy^v 
Smith. iUnffKoId. Ga. Funoral ioS'V 
vices from tboXhIcknmauga Bapll«i';«< 
church at 2:30 Wednesday aftornoon>^Y 

LirnLit.s OK AimiMirru.vnoN 

• ii'i'iKiii. Wiilki-i- iJiMiily. 

AiM'lu'alinii liavinK lui?!! iiiiid>' in 
dm- fmiii I'l lia\i- I'. .M. .Sliaw ap- 

|iiiiiili-il adiiiinisli'atnr n|iiin II ^- 

t:it- Id' 'I'liniiiaFt Aiki'ii. lali; iif .mihI 
niiinly. i|i'i'i;asi'ii. ijiilin- i.-» liiTi-iiy 
(.•ivi-ii llllll xaid aii|iluM'iiiii will bi- 
|i,is,.'il niiiiii at my dlllci' nii llii- lir^t 
.Mi'iiid.iy III .M;iy. mwl. liiMii iiii.iir 
iii> liaiiil :iiii| 111111-1111 .si^-iialiii'i'. Ibis 
A|Til 7. I'.M'.i. 

W. I.. STA.NSKl.l.. OnliMiirv. 



i.i;ni;iis ok adui.m.sthatio.n 

<.i-.ir(;ia. U'alkrr Cminly. 

.\|i|iliraliiiii baviiiK Iii'im; iiiiidi' ill 
dm- fiiiiii In base l». K. Iliinwimdy 
i'.|i|iiiinli'd ailnimi.slraliir ii|iiiii lln; 
rsliil.' nl .MlH.S. A. I'li.strr. lalf iif 
i.iid riniiil>. di-crasi-d. rinlii-i- is ln-ri'- 
by ):i\i-ii tbiiL .H.iid a|i|iliraliiin will be 

|iii8'<i-d ii|iiin at my nllii lln- llrsl 

•Mniiday 111 May. iifxl. (iivi'ii imili!r 
my band and nlllrial .siKHUlllir. Ilil8 
Amil 71b. llMlt. 

W. L. HIA.NSKLL. Ordinaiy. 



i.r.rrKit.s ok ad.mimhthaiio.n I 

(•riii'Kia, WalkiT (Inimly. 

A|i|ili('atiiin liiiviiiK liiiiin miidi- in 
diir fnnii In Iiiivp Timii hallnii ap- 
piiinti-d adminislialiir upon lbi> i-s- 
(nlt; of I). M. Dallon. lalu of said 
eiiiinty, dorca»cil, nnlici- in brieby 
Kiveii that naid appliralion will Ixi 
paMni'd npiin at m yulllcn on llir IIpmI | 
Mijnday In .May. iii-xl. (iivcn midur 
my band unit nlllrial HlKiintiirc. tlibt 
April 7. mil). 

\V. L. HTANHELL, Ordinary. 




APRIL 11, 1919. 



H- -l-H-i-i-H-l- -i-H-I-J-H- -H" 
+ ** 

^. DL(. K CUEKK + ' 

+ "** 

1 Ocili; McWliorler is smiling hugc- 
'!> these days, iiud all bciausc of llio 
;u.Ti\al of u ilm- stin. 11 is falliL-r, Mr. 
l>U-\Vlu)iliT, nii-l Mr. Ji'lm Mollis, his 
Iwifi'S fullirr. hiilh'ioaluo wlinl il K"! 
Ilo bi- liilli'il giaiiil|.a. 



APRIL 18, 1019. 



•;— I- •{•-;— i-i"i— ;-i-i'« I— j-i-i-j-i-r •*— f 

+ T 

•i- OSIIL U.\ .•• 

•M' -H-i-:- -j-i-H- -.-i-i-b j-:-i~i- 

'111.' fiiiu-ral of Mrs. A. II. li.'\i.-r| 
was hrlil al I he Osluini mIiuoI lunisiM 
M omiIj.v. I 

f\ MCUOItV OK MUS. TII()\rA.S A. 
.STKI'IIKVS 

Miv .<l.'i)lii-Ms. 11. I- .MaillKi M. 
It"aliiiaii. iji.-ij |i.-,-.M,i|,.r ^-j. l:i|H.-;,| 
Imt lioiiic on I.I... k.. Ill Mi.iiiilani. nrar 
lllllnll. C,u. 

>iir was an .•.iin.'-i i:iiris|i:iri wli.i 
i-arnril Iht i-.-ln;i.,i, i,,t<i .-mtj iIuIv 
111 lifi-. ami 111.' v\i.| I, I 1, II,,. l,,.n,r i,,i- 
li'T liav iim- liM'il. • 

I'"- Mralii." ,,| |„|- Im.uh- w;,s :, ' 
.|i'\ III III.- MMli.r. II,.,- Kaiili'iiH. II,.,- 
Iiuil-. li.T lliiu.T,. I,,.,- ),i,,,u,-y anil 
li'T .l.iiry w.T.- ail iii>|.ii .i| inn |,, ;,|. 

Willi >.1\\ Illl-IM. I 

>li.- was (l„- ,l,,|,f,,| ilauKlil..,-. 111,! 
lovMiK wifi-:in,| iln- l,.I,.f,i| noiKlilmr. ' 

Whrii sill, i-l,,.,,.,! iiiT fvc.i on this 
wnrlil. Nhr |-.'|iii,-Oi| I,, l„.;„. 1,,.,. ^1^,,. 
I'T .sa.v. "W.-ll i|,,„... ||„,„ „„,„| anil 
laillifiil siTviiiil. ciiliT III,,,, ml,, III,, 
joy iif Ihy l.niil,- .\ |.,r,. i.„„^. 
I'lii-iiil. 



Till- mail i.i>;i' .-I Mi-.^ I'.oniim- 
.\iTly ami Mr. .Inlni William Ma.-.s.-\. 
winch was .sulrmm/i-.l al llii' lla|iU-<l 
ihiiirh \\.'.lii.--.l.i.\ .ifliTii...in. .\i.iil 
I li.Ihv al i II 1-1. -.-k. \\.i,- ,1 m.i-l hnl- 
ll:aiil i-M-iil. I 

j 'I'lir rliiiiili wa*^ alliiuiiM-U ilui-- 
jiii.tlcil Willi ):r.iwiii;j |.|aiil>. -<iiiil.i\ 
an. I liia3-.iv> nf ."linu -w liili' .loywnnil 
lilnSMim.-, I lir wiiiii.'W- w.Ti- ilarU- 
iM'il aiiil sin'iiii; lili.ss.im.s anil Kasli-r 
l.ilics WiTi- iisi (I 111 priiliisi'iii, i;i\inK 
III.- cluiiili Ilii' a|i|i.'.r am'.' ni an i'\- 
liii.tili- lil.i.iiiiiiiK K.iiili'ii. Ill'' allar 
was niassi'il willi ll..w.>i.s .in. I Ih'IiiihI 
il was an ininHMisr lr.-lli> ul ilnywuiHl 
liliwsnms. cM'rmiMMn Hi^il Kiuwiin.- 
plaiils mill l.a.sKii-, ..I l,.i-|.'i liln- 
I In- i-i'll.-.-linii Ir.iiii Mil- -nil rays nf 
iliv.'iis I.I wliili- i-.iiln-ilral lapi-rs. 
liKliloil aliuiil Mil- allar. »:a\i- a wmi- 
li'ifiilly ini|ii-cssi\i' I'llril. rill- 1111- 
nii'iisi' wrililiiiK lii'll. umliT wlucli 
Ihi' fiini.li- ^1^.IM|. w.is a wi.rl. ul arl, 
laih'iii-il Willi Ka.sliM- lilirs. inli-rlwin- 
cil Willi smiliix ami Ir>liii>iis iifairy 
lull.-. Till- lii'll was s.ispi-mliil iin.ii-r 
a i-anii|i.\ III j:!-^! ainl Kaslrr lilirs. 

lull |.iTvii.iis III Mil' i-i-ii-iiii.iiy .Mr. 
llnlii-i-l fail, siiiiK •■.Ml i-i.r Vi.u.' ami 
Ml N. r. Najiirr •<ani;. ".M hawiiinK.' 
l-n.m|illy al fnni- u'iIimU. I.i Hi.' 
hlrains nl l.iili.-m;iMi s w,-,|ilm- 
Iimri-h. r«'liiliMi-il lo .Miss W mini n, I 
Hall. Ihi' lu-iilal |..iil.\ .'nhMiMl lln- 
mam amlili'i'inm .il lln- rliniili Irmii 
III.' M-slilinli-, |.ii-,-.-.l...| l.\ 111.- ii^li. 
i-i-s. .Mr. W \. l-.ii!...- ^m.l Mr. l-'ninl. 
iMi-l.x. I III- III 1. 1.- .-iil.-ii-il Willi hi-r 

maliiin nl li r. Mi s .l.iliii llli.Mi.-. 

nil. I was 111. -I al III.- jIIiii' li.v lln- 

Ki- anil Ins I,, si man. .Mr. K, I". 

Mall. .Ir I hi' lirnl.il |..ii l> s I iin- 

ili'i- lln- nmn.'iisi' w.'.l.lmx li.'ll. wlurh 
ini'si'iilril a ni.isl li.auliliil iniliiri-. 
'rill- ci-ri-mnn.N was iin|iri-ssivrly 

lirrlor I'lo lli-\.'l. .-;. I lanl, I In! 

full riiiM SI r\ III' hi-iii}; iisi-il. DiiriiiK 
(ho ri-ri-miiny .Miss Hall snllly playi-il 
"lli-urls ami l-|.iwi-i s." 

Till- liriili- was iii-\cr mnn- alliin-- 
Jaii-^haii nil lliis ..i-i-a.sUiii, lii-int; lii-- 
oninillt^ly Kiiwin-il in a whilr i-|-i-|m- 
iilo rliiirr* ilri--s will, ^whili- |iii-.liii-i- 
llJlt. Sin- wiiir a imsaKi' liiini|lli'l nf 
hriili'"s inH.-s li.-il Willi i-\i|uisili'. Inlli-. 
'rill- iiialrmi nf linmir worn ii h,\cly 
pink (ii;m-Krlli- ili nis will, pii-lnrn 
hul. .-mil hoi-" hiiinincfUas pink riist-s. 
Inimi'ilnilrly alli-r lln- i-i-i-i-ni(iiiv 
uii infiiriiial ri-i-r|iliiin wiin In-lil al 
tho hum.- nf I In- liriili-. a fi-w spi-riiil 
fncnilH ami rilaliMS hi-iiiK iiiMtml. 
I'l'lir ri-crpllnii rnniii wiim liaiiki'il m 
iIuK^oimI bloHHiiiiis, ami llir iJiiiliiK 
r^lii wiiH (lc('nriili-il in |iiiik uml 
Hrri'il. A ili-llrlnus lii- cmirsc lurry- 
ing out tho ookn* sohoiiic, pink ami 
gropii, was «.-rv(3(I. Almi piiiuh was 
f.opM'U by .MIhsch Aililln Aiigiislu 
VVcrl uiliJ iMarKnrot I'alton. 



The briilu is Ihc rliunnliiK iIuuk'i- 
Icr .of Mr. uml Mth. W. II. .Nocly, oiiJ 
ig popular svilh a widn clrclo of 
fri<5fi(ls.Tlio groom li o»M»lant cush- 
l.T of tho Uank of I.nKsyctto, oiul Is 
a youiiB man of elcrlUiK churacLcr 
uml niarkcd ability. 

Tho brido »nd. groom left on a fow 
davn U-od.llriB- Irlp. nftor whirh thov 

I Iiiiiiicdiati-ly nfl.-r Lln- ct-r.-mimy 
OJJ infoniial roci-ptum was hcM lit 
tlio hoiiii! nf (ho bride, a few sprruil 
friends and n-lotivcs bring iu\itud. 
The rcceptinn room w-a« banked in . 
dogwond blossnnis, and the dining 
rvKJin was decnrnlrd in pink and 

■green. A delicious ire course eurry- 
iiif out tho color Hcliiimc, pink and ■ 

I green, was served. Also punch was 
served by .Misses Addio Augusta 
Wert and Margaret I'atlon. . 

The bride is the charming daugh- 
ter ,0f Mr. and Mrs. \V. II. Nooly, and 
is popular with a widn circle of 
frl(ifi(l«. Tlio groom is aiklstant cash- 
ier of tho Bank of lail-aycltc, and is 
a young man of elcrling character 
and n\arkcd ability. 

The brldo and groimi left on a few 
duyw-Weddlng trip, afler which they 
will bt al homo to their frj_cnd8 at 
tho homo of .Mr. and Mrs. W. fi.' 

.N(H<lf. I 

Tho young couple were rcolpionts 
of many handsome pnsonta, consist- 
ing ot cut glasi, sllveiwuro, llnon, etc. 

A largo number of out-of-town 
giicsti) attended the w.-ddlng 



i\ i.(i\iN<: Mi:\H)iit 

(II .Mrs. .1. .1. SirnklamI, who dieil 

III hi-r hni n-ar Hiiinl .Mill r.inl. 

lamiary I7lli.. HIID. following an ill- 
ii.-ss i.r inllin-n/a. 

1 he ilei-eased i- Mir\l\eil li.\ a 
liiisliaml. and ll\i- ilnlilren. She was 
li.ii II a-i.l rai.si-l i-i iMiallniiKa lonnly 

.■sin- was lii\."l by all who Kn.-w 
Inr. and always 'nnl :i kind word 
.mil a sinilin,! fiii-i-. .Sjn; was a 
I liiisiim woniaii uml Iriuil In live 
iii-lil How inni'li sill* will he 
mi-si-il liy lie, |i\i-il lines, no nm- hiil 
tniil knows. I 

i.oil I now hi-s|. s., K\,-.. I I liiiH- 

ban. I ami i-|iililii-n lor inolher ami 
wile, 'ill- wlial IS inn- loss is lier 
I'li-i nal i^am. '' In-i'i- >s a vaeanl . 

i-liair in her In llial iiev.-r eim lie 

lilli-il l.isi- ri^lil hiisliiniil ami eliil- 
ilri-ii so yon all ean meet wife ami' 
molln-r ul Hie linlKi'inent Har of 
I. oil. May lln- l.onl li|.-ss the whole 
i-nliri- 'aniily ami evi-r be willi I hem. I 
\\ rilli-li b.\ -I l.ivintf riiiisiii. 1 

:<! ITY .•^f.OIWH.N.'S. 




^Ii<?//nf 



APRIL 26, 1919. 

■ ■ V .. 



VVILI.IAMH— <:ilAIG I 

A wndillng of liilcri-Hl to Itio mniiy 
frlciiilMj;/ llio fontriiclliiK purlieu 
wan lliiil Hunilny ufl'iiioori of MIbm 
Vnrn WllllninH otnl SitkI. Clin«. <;. 
Orttlg, at tlif! llajillsl im^torium. Ilov. 
I. H. Lc-onard oniclali'it. Tlio young 
niuiilc arc wril and fuvornbly known 
to alar^o circle of fru'iids lioro, wlio 
wl«li Ihcm ovory linii|ilno8» on llfo'B 
Journo)'. I 

i.Krrins ok .admimsthation 

<;''iii>:iii. Walker Coiinly. 

A|i|ilii'aliiiii linvjni.' Ii'-cii iiiadi' in 
■ liic foi 111 111 liavp 1 1. K. liiinvviHiijy 
.':|>|>iiiiili'i| a<liiiiiiisli'al<i|' ii|.iiii the 
.•Mlalr i^f Mrs. S. A. 1 i.^Iit, lad- of 
siiiil roiiiily. drcriiMi'il, iinlirc ih Iiitt- 
liy i.-ivcn lliiil .said a|i|. ligation will l;(! 
(laH.MiMl ii|iiin III my iiMJi-c mi llii; IIi'hI 
.Miimlay in Mav^ m-xl, fiisrn iindiT 
my liaiiil .iml olllt'ial MKiialiii''. lliis 
April 7lli. I'.Ml). 

W. I-. SIANSKM,. Onlinary. ■ 



I.KITKIIS or AII\IIMS'IltATION 

'ii'iirKiH. Walki-r Coiinly. 

Appliialiiiii liaviii;< Ih'i-ii inaili- in 
iliti- fiiriii III liiur Toiii iKillun ap- ; 
pmnli'd ailmiiiiilrator iipmi lli<- i>8- ^ 
latr iif I). M. Dallnii. Ial<- of said ' 
ciiiinly, di-i'caMi-d, nutirc j.t liiMnliy 
kIvi'ii llial liaiil iippliiwitioii will lio 
pliHsi'il iipiiii III III yiilllrr mi |||i- IIi'mI 
Mmiclay in May, nr\l. (iivmi imdiT 
my liaiiil iiinl olllriiil Mi);naliirr, lliiM 
April 7. Iimi. I 

W. I,. SIA.NSKI.I.. Oi.liiKiry. 

I 
I YKAR'H HUI'POIIT ^ 

GiMirKJa, Wulkor County. 
To wlioni II may i-oncnrn: Mm. 

I'i'rry l.ro I'rlcn, widow cil Ilolirrl 
\ t'rico. Inlo of nald rouiily, dcnianpd, 
I liaa applied to llio undiTdluiiiHl for a 
^ yonr'i mippnrt fnr liornrlf from llio 
\ o«ltl? of said dr'ccnnr'<f. Nolico Is 

hereby (dvcn Ihal I will pajin o.i nald, 
'f application at my ofllco In I.al''«yf lie; 

nald county, on Iho (Iral Monday In 

May* noxt. Given under niy hand and 
I bfndal Dlgnalure, Ihla Apr') ''. >0I»- 
; W. L. STAiNSELL. Ordinary.. 



ADllIM.STIlATOirS SAI.K I 

(j<-<>/(;i3, \\ alki;r (xjunly. | 

Hy MrtUK 111 an orili-i (r(;iii llii; 

(;iiiu-l of fJrdiiiarv'X Walker coiiiily,' 

(icorKia, will In- gold In-fori^ llie cuwvl 

• iloor in Itu; touii of I.aKayiH'', 



' N0Nli6EMARiAN PASSED , 
' AWAY UST FRIDAY HIBttT- 



lid roiinly. within tin- li-^-al hours 

f calf! on I^k; first 'I'ljcfday in May, 

next, lo the liii,-lii;st and licit hi'lfJer. 

l'i>!-followi:i,' dc'ci ilii-d property, lo- 

wiU' 

<^ratl I. Airihal trad or parrel ol 

land lying and beiiiK in Uh- .t'lUlli 

east corner of lot No. ;'.':fl; two hiiii- 

i("red all dlljirly-one, in the leidli (Hi, 

IdmTFTcir^id fourth [i, M'dion of 

I Walker eouiily, OeorKia, roinmene- 

'in^at the, southeast i.oriier of sail 

lol, i^ininng north l^i Ihe center of 

^a'l^ lol; Iheiice west lo the loim 

nianeli, {'Mil Ihirly nnU iiioic oi- less, 

|i:eiire u|i siiid branch to Ihe orlK'in.iI 

HMiilli line; Iheiice east lo the hegin- 

iiin« poinl, r.onlainiiiK' \'-i->i llnrly- 

IKe arres. more or less. 

•l|acl II. All that Irarl or parrel of 
land <iitiialed. lyiiiK iiinl lieuiK >n Ihe 
"t-illt leiilh dislriil and 'i; seelion of 
Walker eoiiiily. (ieornia. known as 
lot .Nil. {S.U'r two hundred and lliirly- 
.•<i\, contamiiiK folly acres olT tin; 
west Hide of naid lol. c'liiimi'ncinv al 
Ihi- Hoiilliw>;sl corner of said hd and 
cnniiiienciiiK with Ihe Merry .Mass-'y 
laiiil, ruiiiiiiiK norlli wilh miKUiiil 
line t\W: one hiiiiilred and stxiy rods 
lo .Mrs. KlilKlirs projieily; Iheiice 
niiiiiiiiK isist (iuj forty rorls and lluMi 
niniimK (H'ljyoiie hundred and si\ly 
rods soiilli lo Ihe orixinul line; 
Iheiici- west (U)) forly rods lo tlio 
hemimiiiK poinl. all conlniniiiK (iO; 
Hires more or less. 

'lo he sold as tlii; iiroperly of W. .1. 
Harp, decnaped, for Ihe purpose of 
dislrihiilion. 'I'erms of sale catli. 
W. II. ilAllI'. Adiiir.. 
Of W. .;. llnrp, Deceaed. 



Mra. Eliia Martin, a?od 0*. ami ono^ 
of Iho oldest wonjon In Ihcv county,* 
died at llio homo of her son-in-law, 
J. T. Thurmun. ol f.cnl<ir Poll, lasL 
Friday nlglil al 10;3() o'clock. 

Kosldes one dauKlil<ir, Mrs. J. T. 
'riiurman and ouu sun, Joshua Mar- 
lln. of Arkansus, the dnocasnd la (lur- 
vlvnd liy many rnlnllvcs In Iho coun- 
ty. 

l'\inpral sorvlers were Ik I from 
'Irlnlly Mi<L>'::r,i«l rliurch ttalurduy 
aft'irnooii iil A o'rlnck. conducUd hy 
lliiv. A. ¥.. HcolU In Ihn presence of a 
hicKo concourse of wirniwlng rolu- 
livoa and. friends; Inlormonl liiimi>- 
dlately followed In Iho Trinlly 
Kravflyard. 



l.i-llerN of I)1niiiI.n.sIiiii 

(ieniKia, Walker County^ 

II. K. McWilliji.il»it; — ndniinlsliiilor 

'upon Iho esliile of .lane lliojiiir. do- 
ceased, has iipplii'd lo Ih eiiiider- 
HKiiiil for lelleis of dlsinissinii froin 
finld Ddmlnislrnlorshlp. .Nolico ih 
hereby Kiven that 1 will pass on said 

lapplicalimi at my ollico in I,al'"ay- 
cUo. ■.•nid county, on the llrsl Mon- 
day In May, next, (iiven iiiiiler my 
liund and olUclal slKnnlure, Iho. 
April 7, lull). 

I W. I.. rtPANHKI.l,, Ordinary. 



I.\ LOVI.\(. MKVlOltV 

Of Carl.CordfU. 'J'he death angel 
visited Ihc home of .Mr. and .Mrs. L?e 
i;orde|l and took from llicin their 
lillle 1/uby. Carl. He was only two 
years ol.j al the time of his death.' 
lie wai born Ja:iuary 2K, ltd 7 and dc- 
parli-d this life January 5th.. 1UI9. | 

l.ilile t;arl was loved by everyone 
who knew him. He was ahvayi 
^iniliiiK al everybody and did look 
.so swe"t. I want lo say to Ihc fath- 
er and molher. little Carl is not dead, 
I e is •inly aslc'^-p in Jesus' arms. 
'I'here is a vacant place in the homes 
and hearts of the loving ones that 
never can he Idled. I say tij Ihc he- 
reave;! one- |u>L lo look up for Ihe 
fill!'- .Tie. he IS n..| forKOlten but 13 
'vaitmL- al Ihe K^des of Heaven foci 



! ■ I 

I l.illle i.aii was loo Kood to sLayJ in 
iliis old s .:li.; world. <>.id kiiow.s 
be'l; if it \;.is lii.s will, let if be our^ 
Sleep on Iil III) Carl until the llcsu-- 



rccli n mor-<ing aqd Ihen we sh:.rl 
all arise ant; bo together. 
"■.\,l'recious one from us i.s gone. 

A '. oicc we loved is slillcd, 

A place is vacant in our home 

T^at never can be filled." 

Written by his aunt. ; 

-MnS.SALLfK UAKKli. '. 




MAY IG, 1019. 



MAY 2, 1919 



U.WVOOD LUCVLS 



-4-«-»-»-4 4-.-.-.- .-.-.-.-.-»-»- 

\l 

|v 

1 The tk-alli f^T^^.. S. Tliomason wliu li 
..(iixurr.-.l nl Uw lu.nu; of lii.t fullirr- 
■ in-law. Jii.lKO J. I', .loliiisloii, of Suiu- 
ni.Tvillo riiiiiscluy iiuirnmK. will l)f 
'l.-nnipd wiUi pam by Ins many 
ifriciKis here aiul cKsewlioro. Kuiioi-ul 
l.sorviccs wiTf l.rl.l l-ri.lay nfL-riioon. 
Um-ihk .■..u.l.iitr.l liy U.-v. Kluvil Hall. 
• after wliirli llic ri'iiiain.s wen- loiJ lo 
I real in llic- Siiinni'orvilk' ii'uietory. Ho 
hnil liv.-U ill I.iiiwood acvoral ymii-H 
unil won many fni-nils by hi.s iipriKhL 
roniku-l. .Mr. Tlioiiuisoii was n incin- 
l|M'r of llio Clirislnm iliurih unil wa.s 
iallways loyal lo its iiiL<TO.HUi. Ho 
leaves a wile unil three ilauijhlcrfl be- 
sides other relatives lo mourn his 
iKiiiiijt'nwuy. 

MAY 9 1919. ' 



MRS. ELIZABETH MAiSEY ; 
f AWEO HWAT WEMESDAt 

After AlBStrtDf lllbe* rf »«Vor»< 
«mO«. Mr.; UU-U/rtto i»^y'J\';^ 
At her. horn*- ft I*0Q(1 Bprlng, /-^d- 

Kuaer*! scrVkMli wore held Thurs- 
(Iv-njornlntr *t It o'c'^x^^- "^ ':''° 

by ftov. \V. C.TfcllcnL. iDlerfncnl tol- 
lowed Ja the Covl) p-iveyard, 
Mrn. Mwtoy was owo mtn of gplen-, 
did trails of character, »nd her doaUi , 
will.bo dci-lorcd by her host., ofj 
JrlondB. 



I.N mi:m(>u\ Ul .1. \\. KK\S. I 

111.- Milij.vl of lln> -k.'t.li wa-lM.ni 
\Uirih 111. l^"^0. 111 >iuni»; maiiliooil 
1„. wa- marne.l lo Mi^- .X.l.-la, W..u.ls ^ 
HaWiT ulio wa.s ;i iiirnih'V of a f.iiii-j 
il\ ..f a inie ^ouLlli•^ll l.vi'f. 'l.i lUii 
uiuMii W.T.- biiin --M-ii .hiMr.-ii two 
,.f I hem heiut; lakeli lo Iiimm'M m l.,ij 
l)vlio,„l. I 



I IN .MKMOIIY 

I (If Wil.iaiii llolilen Wiiiilluw. 'Ihi 
;iim-el of deiilh enleivil our hoiiui Nov 
-.'7. I'.ilM. anil riMimveil from our miilsl 
i.iir li.-l.i\.<.t tui>h«n<l mill falher. thai 
lliiMi-hy his spMiL iiiif;lil be traiis- 
Miilli'cl f'> lii-avi-n, 

I II,- u,,- l.r,.ii .<.'|'l. -'"I. I«'''' ■"•"I' 
' 1 iil;iy. II.- Ill- wiiH IIh' 111"*! -ion 'if 
1 ;il.|. .1 I' Waiilliiw. Ill' was nian- 

., \,.^ 1,1-1 vMfe. Kh/.i Ann WalN 

II, |K;,1 ;,i,>I I,> (Ins nniHM were, l,m-ii 
,,,,,.< , l.,l,l,.-,i; I.. \V NVm-.lliiw. ,,1 

,:i,.,ii;,,.,.,.L-;,: Mi^ Mill > r-iiii-li-<on. of 

M, ■,,!,,. \1.- V. I. Knulali'l. of llieko- 

i\ \ I 1. U :iiul S. W Warillaw, of 

|l.iilav.ll.-i Mr-. II. II. lliMHiiTson. of 

Villa II. '.I. 'ia.. II. !•■. Wanllaw. of 

'.I -^loun. Ala.; ami Ins son ami- 

,liiimlilei l.ariow ami l.alon ,wllo|lr,:- 
l■,•,|,■,l I, ,1,1 lo Iheir heiiviMily home. 
Ill-, lir-l will- .lii'il iii^'i- l.al-'uyelle in 
IM'.Hi. 

Ml-. Waiilliiw \Mis nianieil lo Kli/.n 
lliiiil.T. Nov. :l. IHOi anil Ihey lived 
l,,i;,-lliei- ,inlil his dealh L"i ye:ii-slftl(T. 
'u|,,-ii i..„l look him home lo heuv.-n. 
II \vi,s ii.d I.O •'iiy Ko.„l live, hill ti,,.l 
never |,,iIh more on iinyoni) llian Ihey 
lire iihh lo hear. Whiil a Kr«'"t roii- 

Mi,lali I IS liT know I hill he is 

IhroliKli vvllh Ihe Irmibles of l.llis life, 
unci iillho|i>;li we riinnol. i-.all hmi 
hiiek. hill. Ihiink (lo.l ^^e ran Ko lo 
hmi 111 II hetl.-r wm 1,1 lliaii Hum. 

where I here will I o «ad imrliiiKH, 

hill wloTO nil will be joy and haiipl- 
lienR. 



IN MKMOnV. 

Of my dear molher, .Mrs. France? | 
Tale wife of J. S Tnle. wlio iloiiarlcd 
this ilfe Augiisl 19. lylH. "I- 1^0 "KO "' 
02 yo^rs. • 

1 She was a fallbfnl inonit^cr of the 
Baptist church of LaFayctU, da. »!'« 
was never heard lo murmur ot com- 
plain and boro • hor aDllction. the 
consumption, with grcal paUcncc. 

She leaves a husband ond four 
children; two daughters and two 
sons to mourn her dealh. 

IXiar mother is gone, but. not fof- 
gollen. . 

She was an oucilient i.ijUi'ir, a km l 
and lovloK wife. 

All who knew her did not know 
anylhloK elsa but U) U.vo ber Wej 
did lovo bor 85 niurli. but Cod loved ^ 
her more, and saw fU I o UUo her, 
from us. It was Ills will not ours. 
Oh I thai wo may all livo tbo life 
that she lived. " ^ . I 

Wo can not call her back-but we 
can go to bcr-and Cod being our I 
helper wo intend U> be wilh her 
whoro Ihoro will be no nK^-o good 
byes. I 

Friends hero of Mr. and Mrs. t^iay 
McFarland'will bo pained to loam of 
Ihc dealh Tuesday morning early of I 
Iheir seven months' old son. Funeral 
services were held at tliojiomo of J.] 
n; McFarland Wednesday morning pt^ 
JO o'clock*. I.ntcrmcnl at Cleveland^ 
'l^nn4.'7,^;;;>^o]i:;jV.^;v ■;'■■■ ■■ ■■'••■■_' 

1 .Mr. and Mrs. T. .\. Jaekson, Col. 

and Mrs. Kurl Jackson. I'. I). Fortune 
land 11. S. l.overii altended Iho hnriul 
'Sunday in Trmn i.emetery of .Mrs. 
jiMurKaref Center Clo.-e, the venerable 

iiiother «if I'ink and Mass Close of 
'ChaltuifouKa. 
I I- -I- *^ 



I) 

W h.-o 111.-. h.'lo\e,l i-,,nii.;,nion w.is 
lakei, fioHi 1,1111. lie was l..ll.uilli Ins 
liM- lilll.- rliildren lo r.use. lint In- 
ill, I il .i.liiiiiubly well and four of 
lli.-in are .-ilill hviiiK who ran testify 
of Ihe.ir talher'.s l,i\e and lender de- 
votion lo his famdy. 

Not until his children were all a- 
houL ^;rown'dld he a;:uiii marry. This 
seeoiid marriage was to Miss Marna-l 
rel Kno\, of ChaUoo>;a County who 
svn-\ive.s hiin. She. loo, was tif a 
raiiiily of slerlniK woill,. | 

I Mr. Keys speiil llie pi on- ol liishfe 
I in Walker ei-iinly. livint; h-r a iiiiiii- ^ 
her of years near lloek Spnin;. He 
was a Kood nemhbor. Iioiie.l in liisj 
.lealnms with Ins fellow man and al- | 
jways \. T) loyal to his liieiiils. | 

1 Si.iiie few years a»;o he and luswifo 
Mi,i\.-d l.> i.liallooga Coinily wlieii- he 
made many slauneli friends, residing i 
Iliei,- until aboul ii .M-ar w when his 
lli.-ullli herame so |.oor tliiil they j 
'iiiii\eil li, SI. Kliuo. I'lMiliessee, lo InM 
Willi l,is ,laimlit,T. Mis. l.aura Siin- 
,„„i,s. Unit sli,. iiii;;la help the klii.l 
aii,l palieiiL'wife wail "ii Imn m lii.s| 
last ilays. I 

I llesides his wife ami four eliililreii. 
Dr. Iloberl Keys, of ilklahoina, Mrs. | 
Claud .liinkins, of Ari/oiiii>.Mrs. Uolil. 
hillers of iNohle, <ia, ami MKs. l.aura 
ise,.. he 
hil.lr.-n 



!•• 

Simmons, of St. Klmo, l 
IS survived by lliree kt; 
iiiid one gn-al gramUliild. 

We, would say lo llie we..piim wile 
;ind hearlhroken eliiUlreii and gr. n'- 
Vhil.lren. -U eep iiol loi Our l-allier 
doelh all Ihings well. 



37 



111 lleiiv 

•Ihoutjh we do not umlei-sland all Ihe; 
iiiysleries of life now. .imi day we 
shall all be able to see it ail Muilo 
plainly. Voiir loved one was permit- 
led Ul live inoro than Iho allolled 
'ime. lie was only railed upon to ^ 

lay Ihe priee thai all of lis must pay. 

Ihese malerial bodies of ours must 
•one day he placed beneiifh the sod, 
while our spirit wings its' Might to ^ 
'iho <ioir who gave it. Then It bo- ^ 
hooves each of us lo live that wheir 
wo arc called upon Ui pass inU) the [ 
Cireut Ut-yond lint we may bo able to , 
Unoct our Saviour face to faro and at 

Iho sound of that well known voico 
•arise and enler iMio llmL life whcro 

Ihero is 110 more death and i^rrow, 

but where all Is Joy and po»co ond 

liaiipiness forever more." 

Written lly a Friend. 



S'//(./l9l^ 



5 



iB^jitt'^ 



IN IIKMOIIY. 

On Kriil.iv, J\mo 'JHlli, lOlH. the, 
(Iciilli nriK'l MMili'd lliu liiiinnuinlciiii- 
(IlKtd'll llu: K'Mllli: sijiril of lll() kiiicJ. 
rallirr iiiid IdvioK liiiHiiaiii], Mr. Jiiliii 
Williiwii KiK.'U Ui il.s' (!li:riiiil liiilin;. { 

lit! wiin born April Z\, IH&8 uniJ nlj 
tlur iiKi! i)f 23 yuar.i wiih niurriiiil lo 
Annii; Stiiilli. 'I'o tliJH iiiiiin wiih: 
l)orn (Min sun. AfLi-r Ills wifi' < ilciiLli, 
licJV'us nmrriud in lUlXi.luJlra. lylJcJL 
IliiwariVaiid lo llicni wuro born Ibrcu 
clilldrcn. I 

Jlrollmr Knoii wiim a lilgbly ri;.i|>i!rU 
cd cili/.cii Iff CliiitlijoKa cnuiily, al- ' 
wa>H liviiik u trill' Clirisliun life;, Iruo 
nliii loyal tu lii.i Maxli-r's cnii.Hi;. I 

As a luislmnd In; wan always di'vo- 
llMl'tiJ liis.hi'lii-inalo, aJwayBlryiiiK to 
pri'iiari! for Iwr liuiiiiineis nm) i:(>i"-' 
/ort, nnd qh a falbor, always trying lo ' 
di»cli«rgo Ilia duly Imforo Ills k,\\\\- ^ 



.drcn. 

I liroUicr Keen was convorlcd nnd 
(joined llii- cburcli in bis early boy- 
biMid and In I0(I2 was ordained a dea- 
con of the IJaiiUsI, cliurcb, of wliicli 
he wan a faitliful inornlicr. Ho uni- 
ted with Iho Clialtooga Uaiitlst 
cburcli by letter irv 19H Of"! rotnajn-. 
od a rncmbor until bis death, | 

*We would Bay U) the bereaved wife 
and children, "Weep not, for his loss, 
is uUr eternal gain, but prepare to!, 
.meet husband nnd father where part- 
luKComc8.no more." ■•./'.' 'lO)) 

•■' Wo recommend that a copjr of tlilB, 
l)o'prlnt/!d In the Menscngor arid .^^ij 
copr Bont lo his .wife, ond ■ cbildrett, 
and also bo-recordcd on our. IjooX of' 
minutes, ■■•," •' ■./ '^ '''',' ■'i.-Cy'i,!' JrJt 
y7.;: ■ ■:• k' '■■; 8. 0. CheriTi'Ij jHi!-:^)'^ 



KOWAUnS-SCOTT. 

A wcddiii« i,i interest lo Iheirmany 
fncndH was Ihul of HatiinJay niglitor 
•Miss 'Jeniiii; Lou ICdwards and .Mr. 
Nelson Scoll. al tin; ln.ino of llic 
bride. The eereiiioiiy wii.i |.erforiiic>i 
hy Ordinary W. I,. Sluiioi'll. 



K W.UWREHGE PASSES ' 
. TO THE GREAT BEYOND 

Tbo death Tuosday afternoon at A 
o'clock of D. W. Lawrence, ■(. )liiii 

'hom'o'Ooar Walerville, oom(M M i 
abockHo hit man^ relatlvoi and 
friends In the county. He had l>eoa 

{in deolinlnr beallb ior ntetijr month4 
bu^twas confined to hia room oiilr 
al)oul,fouf,weBklj. ■ .- . . \' 

I The d6o«)B8ed was sbily seven years 
of age^.itnd wsii an honored' and 

{highly esteemed cUlzoti a/ ibo coun- 
ty. ■■ •• ■ '-■ V'L L ^..,- .. 

I /ABnrytVlnv him are. tiU' wife *Q<1 
i-yvoive cblldreji. ;. , . ^ ;' 

,, Funeral aprvico* urere held .Wed- 
nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from 
the* residence. 'conducted by' R6v. 
Bcogglns, in the presence ofa lacg* 
numboc of aommlng .relallvei and: 
friends. Interment followed, iq altan 
Brvan rravoyiirii. ~ '.;.,/, 

MRS. J. W. ROBINSON OlEU I 
- SUDDENLY LAST SUNDAY 



DLAYLOCK— KOON8 

Lieut. Charles D. Blaylock, form-' 
crly of Homville, who 1^ stationed al 
Oteen, N.pC, and Miss Oerlrudc 
Koons, of ^liUadelpbla, Pal, " wero I 
marriod May 14th at the FiratPrM-, 
byterljp church ^n Aaheville, N. C. 
Lloui,.DIayh>ck 1* assistant- camp' 
sui^Iy; ofllcer al Oie«n, -and is tbe 
eoD'of 'Mp.4and'Mr*..iL. A.-Dt«ylDck! 
oURomviOA Tbeyotvof ronplo' eji-j 
pwrtrto'SooR^ trf a)»tt*)o<5ia':^Wt«^- 
a^fewydayij," whcrp Ihcy'will^bti^ 
■ bonjo to their friends. ' ' — ' 

4'."»v.yir..«./.'.-..j..j<.. >;»/»;',■'.■ 



Is. ., : ^-ft': 



The .sudden death Sunday niornlnR 
at nine o'clock of Mrs. J. ".I. llobin- 
son, at lier liumo in West I.ai'ayetle, 
came as a distinct aluiok lo liur fam- 
ily and friends. Wliilu she liud been' 
in declining beallb for many nioiilbs, I 
her death was a coniidctu .turprise. 

The deceased was sixty-two years 
of ago at the time of her death, and] 
for moro than forty years was a 
faithful and active member of the 
Methodist church. | 

Surviving her pre a husband, 
eight children; six daughters — Mrs. 
W. M. Cirinilh, of Knoxvillo, 'lenn.; 
Mrs. J. II. iJowman, of Knoxvillo, 
Tenn.; Mi's. J. T. Kersoy, of New th". 
leans; Mrs. I'erry Ilo()or,of Villanuw; 
Mrs. I'aul Ulaylock, of LaKayctte; 
Miss Huth ilublnson, of Lal-'ayctto, ' 
and two sons, J. Y. Ilobiiisoii, of 
Cordova, Ala., and E. A. Ilobiu- 
soii, of .Fries, Va., togetlier with two 
brothers— J. II. Powell', of Cartors- 
vllle, Ua., and Janios M. Powell, of 
Annlston, Ala., all of wboiii were 
were present at the funeral with the 
exception of Mr.s. Ilopor, who is ill at 
her homo at Villanow. I 

Funeral services wore held Tues- 
day afternoon al 1:30 o'clock, from 
Iho local Methodist church, ooiiduct- 
od by her pastor, Hev. A. E. Hoott, In 
Iho vroaonce of a largo concourse of 
sorrowiinf rolatlvosand friends. 8or- 
vlcoi wore concluded at the grave at 
tlio Trion cemetor^. Hev. Mr. Scott 
w»f asslsled at the grave by lluv. 
John Watu. I 

I Many beautiful floral offcrinKS at- 
tested lo the csleeni In yvhieh Ihode- 
ceasod was hold. 



ft^./' **■■■' WYATr-»nLL8 

^Tbemany friends of the cpnlracU 

t»»4>artlc8 win be mt«rcsted In the 

following annoyaccment-, "Mr. and 

Sirs. O. W- Wyalt.. arfnounco the 

mitrriagB'of tbolr daughter.' Jessie 

Pc^J, to Mr,Loulo Mills, of Coo,lid««, 

• ^ titu, r,W«dnead«y/ Mas -v21 «t,;'at .-East 

': Arimichce, ncv^X; B.Leggf.ortSub-' 

^'•Ifjmi^'•Dmit^tInl^*j?'-• •/.-'.'-.>,'■';< V;-^,^ 

-;xho young. coOpla'JlraAl'liOniclo 

NOTICE 

A nice monument has Just been 
jorectikl at the (omb of 11. N. Dick- 
nrson in the ocmclcry at LaFayclte, 
nnd all relatives and friends are In- 
vited lo call and see it/— McNeol 
Marble Company, MnrlolLa, Oa. 



CAIU» OK TIIANKS | 

We v;ish to extend to our manyi 
friends nnd neighbors our most »in-j 
cere approclallon for their kindness 
■and help rendered during Ibe illness 
and cKsath- <)f our dear mother and 
grandmother. Also Dr. Slilelds for 
bis faithful attention. Wo are very 
grateful lo each pnd everyone for 
Ihe beautiful floral offering. May 
Oml's richest blesslnps rest ujion you 
all Is our prayer.— Mrs. r>Uiio Ma.^- 
scy and children. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. 
Lumpkin and children. Mr. and Mrs. 
Hf.*t>r Mdrgan and children, Mr. and 
[Mrs. C. M. Tuell and children. 



r» e have l>oen Informed Ihal jacK| 
Howell and Miss Maggie Agnew were r 
married Sunday aflernoon. We lon-| 
der congratulations and wish for ^ 
them a long, prosperous, happy life. 



3o 



^h^jiv^ 



JITNE 6. 1919. 



■ . .'(. 4. •!. ' 

A sr.il ili'nLli lasl 'riiiir.sdny, was 
Llial .if M.iry. IIk! wife of U.srar niir- 
nill, ami ilmm-litcr uf aiml Jaucllur- 
1(111. allcr III! illiic.ts of Unci- wfoks" 
friiiii scplic fi'ViT. She leaves m-vi-ii 
cliiiilri-u In iiKiiini llii> liis.s of .t cmul 
niollicr. 'I'lic fimcrul was hold F11-' 
iluy at llic i-.iinic.l llaiili.sl cliiiri-li, 
llcv. ,\IImtI (JuiiKS iilUcir.liiiK. , 

.■ T •»• I 

Cdiik Miinlgdmcry. a wi'll-kiiowii 
ni-Kni. ilnippiMi dead Kriday afl<-r- 
liooii, while phiwiiiK 011 the Kiuix 
form near (own. Sam .Mlsuod and 
otlhTs al work in (he Held near him 
gave pi-dMipl help, lull dealli was in- 
SUinl. AllliiniKh ni'arly oiKhly. lie 
wu.s pliir.kily iryiiiK to plant a croli. 
llov. (ieuiKe ^S'arthen rondiirled the 
riinernl al Ihe Kinvn Saturday aflnr- 
nnoii. lie leaves n wife, Aunt Hur- 
Viel has Ihe syiiipalhy of her many 
white friend.s in her cross. 



AfifHUH IHUHMAN'S BOOT 
BROUGHT 10 CENCHAIi 



I l.nd 

( ;dle.| 



iiALt>-sri i:eli: 

I' A few week's qko announcomunl 
was made of the approaching iiiar- 
rlogo o( Captain John .Newton Stoolc 
end Miss l!(uilali Hi'.le. llolh of the 
ynunff peo()|e are widely known here 
nnd tho aiinounccmirnt ol tlioir mar- 
riaKO comes as a Boi;ri(n of great in- 
terest. Capt. Steele Is the sou of Mr. 
nnd Mrs. W. II. Steele, of Wnshiiig- 
ton, D/C, and Mrs. Steele is the at- 
trnctivn daiixliler of Col. and Mrs. 
lohn _\V. llafe, uf Home. 
,. I'VllowiiiK is the aniioiiii(!emeiit of 
tlin marriaK'*: 

. "Mr. anil Mitt. John \V'esley Hale 
ftiinomice Ihe iiia'iiaKe of' their 
drtiiKliler, Heiilah Akriilne, to Cajituill 
Jolin .Newton Steele, Ninlli Cavalry, 
United .Slates Army, l-i iihiy. Hie IHth 
of . April, li)l'.». <;iimi) Stotsonr 
hin-K, I'ampuiiK.i. I'h.lippiiie Islands." 



'rill,' hody of .\rlliiir 'rimrman. son 
(<f .Mr. and Mrs. C. M. 'I'liuniiaii. who 
1 turned over on Hie north turn of the 
I line k trark iil Indianapolis during 
I the int<-riiational races last Salurday, I 
I waa brought to (^liattanouKa MuiRlay. ; 
I'uncral services were held 'luesday 
morning at 10 o'clock from tl/e (;hat- 
UnoogTi Valley Ilaplisl e.liureli. Uk- . 
L^-rmi.-nt fullowing in Hie Cene.hal | 
cemetery. ' I 

Surviving the deceased are Ins 
father and mother. Mr. nnd .".lr».,G. | 
M. 'I'liurman, and a brother aiid 
three Mislers— .Mrs. .Nora Itarnes and | 
Misses Winnie and l.ula 'I'liurman. 

'I'liurman was a qualilled attorney, 
having studied law at Mercer Uiii- 
versily and I'iedmont college. He 
was horn some thirty-live years ago 
in a Texas town, from which hu and 
his family moved during his child- 
hood to Ceiichat. 

'rtiurman practiced law in Atlanta 
for a fev; years and then went into 
the automobile business and lat<:rin- 
to the racing game. The latter bus- 
ini'ss he pursued on tho side, ielling, 
in Hie meantime, automobile acces- 
sories. His headiiuartnrs was in 
Waslilngl'in, the homo of ills broth- 
er, llyroii 'i'liurman. 

The racer gathered considerabh; 
fame on the I'acillc coast, where ho 
race.d in the car in which he wa» 
killed, one built by himself and call- 
ed by him, llrsl, tho "Dusenbcrg 
Special," after tho motor he iwcd, 
and later, the "Thurman Special." 
Tho car svas built for races on tho 
dirt tracks of tho west and he drive 
of last week was Its initial appear- 
ance on u brick track. 

'I'hn host of friends of the grief- 
slrickcn father nnd mother nnd 
nrotlicr and sisters, deeply syfnpn- 
■hlr.n with them in tho Irugic death 
of Mr. 'I'liurman. 



I.\ .\iK\l()UY 

IliM .ilKvisc piiiv uleiice h.isi 
V .Mslei, Mi>s Sable SuLtle.l 
icilll e;iilii lo lieavi'll. She was a' 
■oii>ecial'-d (liiisiiaii vsoniiiii. Ili'r 
lei'ii I'O'ly wii-; ai>pareiit lo all. I'lo' 
iilhieiiie llial >li<' I ;.s h'ft ImIhii.! ih 



hMi 



li> .Icavv ii> I'los' 
vve III Mie.lil.ilhi 

ve all- plT^l.lde 

I and llial i:< fan 



111 allracl 
c. 1.0,1. I.. I wh 
■e\ii-w her lif. 
Ihal >\\c IS III n 
I'r than d:iy." ■ 

riie ciiiniiiuiiily lir.-< a mi.tsiiii; liiikl 
for pi.uer. Sliiloh c!iiirili lia:< a iiiish-| 
iiij; clirisl laii Her vaeaiil pl;ue ai Hicj 
Inline ini'* hront;lit Hie .sli.idows ileep' 
anil scuiwrul. hut the tiod who ere-- 
aled lier and redeeiued her certainly 

I loved her nnd she has left us Ui cross 
liver Hie river and be will) Mini and 

I nil of Hie i;i;i.soiii.-il of (ioil at rest 

. forever. 

Sislcr Sutlle was very indiislrious.j 
performing everylhing she did with! 
the most pamstakiag care. So long, 
as she had the, strength she lo\.'d to, 
wait on the sick, carry them iiicej 
lliiiigs lo out. She wouUl sit by Ibe] 
bedside of her fri"iids all night ninli 
never show the lea^t sIk" of weari- 
ness. I 
So lo her dear ones left waiting at; 
Hie old liciKieslead. lift your eyes and 
look beyond Hie everhisling hills ofi 
Hod's own time to the sweet llelds, 
of Kilen and reiiicn-ber Hiere awnil-' 
a rest foi' yuii and all of liod's pro 
pie. Oh lor u faiHi that we iniglil 
IrusliiiKly place our hand in 001 
Heavenly lather's and say. "It is 
well." Ihir own are our own forever, 
(iod laketh not back his gift. They 
may pass be.yinid our vision, hut om 
Houls shall llnd Hiein out.— Mrs. Mil 
lican, Mrs. LitH--, Mrs. John Uoniar 
CoimiiitleK. 



JUNB C, 1919. 



IN lIKMOnV 

'I'hn iiiililc H|iirit of our hflov. . 
nl.slcr. Mrs. II. K. Tnllcy, pnH.si'd ml. 
llu) Joy of licuvrii, IciiviiiK Q sorrow 
iiiK hii.Mliuiiil, iiKjlliLT, fiilliiT, (liiimli 
lor, son, frioniJs and cliiircli to cIh-i 
isli llio inniKiry of ono llio triii'?< 
clirislians (loil Inn nvor lionorrd n 
to know and fi'llowsliip; licr lifo fui 
of fuilh and good works lia« corn 
mpnclfd Ilia duclrino to llio con- 
soionco of all who know hop. She Uv 
ing our noarcHl neighbor and rola 
live, wo wore bo nhockod to loarn o 
lior (Icparluro from this lif«,.ood i 
hard to n^lirfl jr«i4ha(i Du'Wlftl no 
have her proticnco any more horo o 
lhl8 oarlh. 

8I10 gave her hoarl to God early li 
life In hor 'l*^i;n8 and Jolnnd Slilloi 
Daptlal church of which she hn 
been nconHlfllonl mombcr since Mn 
lime. . 

Now we f.xlcnd to her hcartbrok< 
mother and riilallves our lender lo^ ■ 
and «ytnpathy, comcmndlng thorn 1 
tho God of all comfort and l"0 vi 
bow in humhic nubmisaion to tl.» 
Just will of.llim who.docth all IblnKC 
well, thai while hor prosfinco will be 
missed, wo roalize thai our loss is 
her gain. "Well done thou gtjod and 

llhfnl .,.-.„nnt onlor (hnii (nt/l Ih" 



^tS HtHORY or L;' W. MJCKOUA. 

-'On Ihe'mornlngr, bt AptH iy ^Ort. 
the spirit of DroU»et\Ii W, Nuckolllf 
toot lt«;;iight from .«irp» to Oo<| wl^d, 
pvo';l^ Drbthdr Kuckol/» wwWm 
In'CljiM'oEcc <»iiiilf, 0«,Mftr6lr^2^: 
i8-ia,1ie'nmml wllfrbU (^{^fifamt 
«♦ td'Whltfloldeoiinty: 



OBrnjAHY. 

GIddCns, on Fob. Htb, 1016, Jlinmic 
Ann camo to Llcsn Ihfl homo oV Mr. 
and^Mrs.Drow Olddons near Martha, 
Oklahoma, Though her slay pa earth 
was short, sho Uvod long enough to 
ontwino, by her chlldinh Joy* and 
sweet fll«pn«lll(.n, her lilUe life Into 
tho heart? of fond parcnta and rela- 
Ivos, 

Bbo was taken sick with, a sovore 
Uiroal and bronchial trouble and af- 
er an lllnos^ o(,a few short days, died 
Nov. 21, 1018 leavihg tho father and 
mother lonely and broken-hearted 
and the dear litUo brother and sislor; 
they miss hor, but are loo young to 
roalizo their lona. All that physi- 
cians, llio dovolcd family, and kind 
frlonda could do to prolon^c lifo was 
done, but all was of no avail and as 
we Blood by hor bcdsldo weeping, wo 
saw her gonlly fall aslcop without a 
struggle and now since she is gone 
wo miss 80 inpch— the prattling voice 
and tho touch of the rittlo soft hands. 
Dut "JImmio" is hot dead; "therfi is 
no death." Sho la an Immortal Jowcl 
In Clod's own keeping and, dear par- 
ent*, «ho Is your lr«ja«ure laid up In 
heaven and since Jimmlo haa gone 
there heaven is nearer ^nd dearer ^ 
you Ihon ever before, and'i'aomcffwcot 
day" you will 8C&, her again where 
there sb^Il bo no more death, nei- 
ther sorrow, nor crying, neither aball 
there be any more pain." 

The beautiful funeral acrvjco waa 
conducted at the home by their paa- 
lor. Rev. J.C. Morrla after which the 
body was l&id to real on the hillside 
/a tho Dlalr .cemetery to awajt the 
resurrection morn. Trrjiy, "A Jlttle 
child shall leeU thorn."' • 

M. E. McANALLY, 
,.; .; Martha, Oklahoma. 



JUNE 13, 1919. 
Kd (ioroo. u wi'll-known i-.olored 
carpiMiliT, died, Sahinlay, nl his 
home ill West l.al'ayeUe. from lu- 
hereiilosis following an u'.Uick of iil- 
lluiMi/.a. The funeral was from 
i Happy Home Hapli.sl i-hurch. Sun- 
day afleniooii. conducted hy Ills I'as- ; 
lor, Albert tlaines. T h c -^rie-, 
eeased was llie olilesl .son of Uncle j 
Harris oiiaiid Aiml K.li/a (ioreo and. 
IS Mii-\i\erl liv Ins wife and .seven' 
rliildreii. Ho). Hen. .lolill, llercule.s, 
\V. .M.. Coree Wheeler and Wilhclm- 
iiin. Iliri'e liinlliers. Tom. .loe and 
John, and Iwo sisI.m-s. D.illie Knox 
an. I Mollie Snllle. 



A recent marriakc in l,iiiwood wr 
Llial of MiBS Lena McCamry. of Uf 
wood and Mr. lien W. Km. III. of I.U 
dale, Judgo HlanBell. olllnalmg. 
4- -1- -I- 



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Capt. J. Y. Wood Passes 

To The Great Beyond 



0\E OK COU.\T\TS MOST PROM- 
JNKAT, .UTIVE VND USEfT.;!. 
CmZI-lNS— DEATH DEEP- 
LY OtPEOKEl) UY E.N- 
TIHIi COUNTY 



The doatli TuostJay iiiglil al 10 
o'clodi, (if C«(.U J. Y. W(kk1, al his 
liomc al CoUar (Jrove, is a source ol 
genuine and deep regret by Iho jkh)- 
plo of Walker county. For the poaL, 
fow years he had bcuji in docliiiniK 
health, and while his passing was 
exp^cle<l. the announcciiicnl of his 
death Wednesday morning o«rly, 
over the couoly, was received with 
^>irap«row. He wa« ia hia nldety first 
5-0*1- al the llnw) of tiu departure. 
:<8urviving hlra are bis wife and 
t^o- children, one daughter, Mrs. 
Q^mi KcU, and one son, Dr, Jim 
Wood, both of Cedar Grove. - 

i^'uneml services will bo held this 
Thursday morning, at 10 o'clock, 
fro/p Aniloch church, l.iimcdiatcly 
Alt«r the services at thj church, the 
Masopio lodge al Cedar Orovo, wjll 
lake Ujo body in charge which will 
^Ji« Interred with full Masonic hoo- 
ors, 

Irf lilt passing of Capt. Wood Wal.k- 
or county has lost one of its gtqitosl 
scholars an jl.-oduoatora, or\b rvf 'ila 
m«sl' prorhincat and poblo citUei\8, 
the Baptist church, of which he 
was a life-long member, one of its 
atrongesl and most useful members; 
Iho Masonic frnternlly, one of its 
I brighlcsl lights; the members of bis 
family, a loving and devolcc^ -b^' 
band |ind father, whoso oxanjpla'Miii 
w«f| polp^cjl to higher-livlnir, ^ J*'*H 




liVPT. JOIliN \. WOOD, 

Plmicor CiUxrn of Walker Couuly, 

Passed Away at IIU Homrt at' Cedar 

6rOvo Tucwiuy Nluhl 



frrsonal lUstory 

(Py Mn. W. W. 8. Myers In iris^orlal 

EiliUoo of Jiowro^cr. flov. I, wiH-i 

DBMlB'tKjunty. Cla^ rcb; -Hw«l«} 
Hrhenj" th« oUy of AU<nl* now iunds 
i>U p«r(tnli li«rvliiifc«l*no thero^xrom- 
SolJlh Carolina, Two years .' Ulor 
th6y ipovyd to'WftlJter jtxn;Bty,-.«nd 
«ettl*dk,.ln-«inH^choe. _L.,'>.^ Z' ..', _> 
'!{« bad sinull opporlunlUOB^^or aU 
t^lng school aD((,^aa lo hl5 jfyvai 
c^aiUtood before he bad tbo oppor- 
tonUy of doln'gS so. After alleodiag 
^^hool.al Lat'ayelU-and JDlrtlown he 
. epUM Ibfl Uftlv'brsllj^' "X)f Oo^rgUk 
from «rhk)h Me gr^duiitof) with hooa 



V^e bfgan teaching, on bis return 
from college, InCeodin^ to begin the 
praelicA ol law Id a short while, bul 
Ute.avll War at Ibis lime breaking 
otll,-Lo was among Iho first lo enlist, 
b«(ng sent lo Virginia where ho 
fonghl under Oon. Ixjfigatrocl from 
trie Orst botlli^ ofDull llun to the 
MWlc of Appo'^atU)x; was in most 
of.;'tho hard fought battles of the 

■ war; flrsl and second Manassaa, An- 
tlotam, Gettysburg,; KredricltBbvnrK, 
Chapcellorsvllle, "Seven Days, Fight 
Aroind Illchmon<rJ.:«nd' waa 'with 
Lon^trecl at Chickamauga. '- 

,, .Ho. was severely -wounded; a^JIaJ, -I 
tern Uill and G<?tly»bui-g-'and..tfc»J 
pcratcly wounded ,al .lhe'^b5lllS'"'(5r 
the Wildemeavbedltf? shot Ihttnijh 
thb right lun^j i^.r- -TtV' H-r^JUiL 
Afjcr the ^rrcnidjj^e tolurncvl 
homo and bewn^toaching;tlie"wouud 
in the lunflT -w^ijch'ipd' |j6Jc.'»>c^i(pr: 
several years after lliflj^a);j^rovi:a^ 
Ing him from pracllping law.' Ho first 
taught nl XjiFayctto for a short 
whilo, then rcujoving to iMcL^moro's 

: Coryo, tayght al Codar Orovo for 23 
yajirt V Also' ho has: three llrncs rcp- 
reg'pntod • lfl» c6unly-ln tlio lower 
house,- onco In the senate and at ono 
U;po;W(i« CQimly. school commissioa 
er.~ ; :.!• ' , •-. ^ 
.. In 1865 he marriod Mlas Sfarjr Un- 
derwood.- . _ .„ . 
. At the age of 26 Capt,. Wood Joined 
lbo.j£)aptisl church and only eternity, 

\ nojj, piy . feeble pbrn^taa loll . pf- the 
Ko^ite>ha»-«cc6inplI^hcd. But one 
tril[ti^'^jJl , who I^nbw Capi:- Wood 
knfry apdlhal is that bo most mr*. 

► ly 6« jkoil iHte'f uIl,ot good Vptka, 

4.IYd(^jDJaxi1n:tlmi$9uat)r Ivu b«^ niore 

"'^InjtlrS»9i*atairinoduc«Uii& and fitting 
yo^mf ^ffioa. and women lo most cap- 
■ abnr^ an4'"^wftrthlly fill the ; Various 

' ivUcallons of.llfo to wbiqb.lhcT' were 
iDatletl t>r,.«uiled,'..Jftap.r' has CapU 



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NINE YEAH OI,l» H(»N OF 

Ml(. AM) Ml(8. i. I(. l>ONUEH 
DIES FOLLOWING OPEIUTIOM 

f bo dooUi lu.H SuUirdoy (if J. Y. 

Woodi PonJor. lli^' iiine year old nou 
lOf-M; an' A*.i tus-vr. t 

irVeat .irmucnoo. junwiiig un (pcr- 
ttioa al a ChatliiiKniKa liuspiui for 
tptH)ndiclli8, oaiiio ad a dmliacl 
ttfo'ck lo Ibo parunU and many 
friends of tlio deccaaod. He only 
lived Iwo days nflor llic oporaUoii. 

Tlio liUlo body wii.i lirouglil to Iha 
homo Saturday aflcriioon, and fun- 
eral &or\lccs wei'u lidld Stipday 
morning al It o'clock from llio Slii- 
loli llapUnl cliurcb, coriduclod by 
Rov. 1. S. Leonard, in iho presence 
of « large number of rflalives and 
frIenOT. The classnuvles of the do- 
fioeaod acted as pall tx-iiiTs. Intcr- 
'ifioi^t followed in tin; Sl.iloh grave- 

..Resides the panuilH, Iho deceased. 
Is survived by one brollmr and on« 
sister, and a host of rcluLlvcs and 
/rlojlds, who mourn hiH doalh. The 
nM^y^frlonds of tln^ piir^'nla ritond 
" plrviympathy In thu loHa of Iholr 
UUle son. 



mimk lOWRY HES 

,. Afl^jf.i.inpVlll^ lllno»8 Ml»» Jull» 
Lowhy,' »i(^d ,00,. dle<l' at ho'f b6ai^ 
netr Wofclej- ,Ch»p«l. »i.?>rlly ftfler 
tweiVeo'olook' 8»lUrday night 8h» 
pta bfldo Id .ill .he*lUi for seferti 
moriths but tboul four wuoks ago, it 
wa< seoa tbaVsbe dould not live verjr 
onich^lont«p. " ' '\ ■ 

:- Funeral '•tJiVlce^ w^re bfild from 
the residence Pun|tfay afioi'nooD, »l"* 
^:30 o'oJoek Irt the 'pr<>*«ijce pfroimy 
relBdvo^ and frHmila, c9iiducU4 by 
Rev. J.L. n«9ve#;" of Trlon. Inter- , 
HMhjffolii^jwxl irtho Wcbioy C6»jtol- 
ft»Y»r«rd.. - . % 

,«^6urvivlti^ thdikccasod are:'Mr»; 
iO, B, HjiP^s, tUtttft Mary and Ma«»i« 
I^wrr ^nd Mr«. ). D. Veatcb, "of 
Wesley CKapol, ond Mr i. M»rtii» 
HArndoh of MajarUm, Ark,'; -'two ' 
trolhor*; W. F. and J. W. Lowry, of 
WwlejeCha^l^ 

Tbo doceajedwa* an arleal men)<. 
bw of lie Balplst clmrcli for many, 
yearn atod. she will bo hop ily missed 
(n her commonlty. 



ADMIMhTUATOHS SALE 

(.■eoi-gia, Walker i;iiunl>. 

Will be sold at llie couit liousc n\ 
said county witlmi legal hours of 
Male on the lirsl Tuesday m July, 
next, under and by \iilue of an or- 
der from the Ordinary of said coun- 
ty, the follownn,- property: 

All that tract or parcel of land 
lying and being in the 8tli ttistrict 
and 4Ui acctinn of Walker county. 
Georgia, and lieiiig sixty-live acres 
more or less, of land lots .No'^. 10 and| 
27, :iml better described as follow 
lieginniiiK at 

of (Joverninent road where the same 
is inliTsected by the line between 
loU 9 and 10, thence north 8f^dl.- 
groos an'l 00 ininutcs east, 10l3.:i fe-jt 
a-i)iig the 3ou!li side of said go\erii- 
iiient road lo a planted stone near u 
».n:all cedar tree with a large cedar 
Irec lo the wesl 31.73 feel anil a 
iirgo post "oak to east l.'3.71 feel; 
Ihoncc south i degrees and 10 miii. 
cast 1173 fei.-t lo a leaning swi^ll Inil- 



LEITEK-S OK OIS.\IISSIO.N j 

,, "T" Georgia, Wulk»r County 
point on south side , ;,. ,, , ' *-""'"'• 

1.. \v. 11. 'ad, Lxeculor uimn the es- 
tate of II. W. Head, deceased, has an-., 
plied In the un.lersigned for lellersof;. 
dismission friini said K.teculnrship.!) 
Notice IS hereby given that 1 willpa.xsi; 
on said aiiplication ul iny olUce ml 
Larayelle. said county, on the llrNt' 
Monday in July. next. Gi\cn undo' I' 
my hand and olllcial signature, tin- ' 
June 2nd, HII9. !' 

W. I.. Si'A.NSELI.. Ordin.iry I 



led wjiile oak markiul as a corner on ' ' 

the north and cast sides, by mark«' I-E'ITEILS OK AI>.ML\ISTUATIO\. 

on each side; llience north 8« degrees <Ji'"''t:';i. Walker County: 
and .'")0 inui. east and parallel with' Aiipjicalion having been made iii 
said govci'mcnt road, 127 feet more ^^^ '^"''."' L" ''^^^ Simon Jackion ap 
or less lo the center of Chickamauga I">'"1-''<1 Administrator upon Uic cs 
crook; l.hcnce up the creek as it lal-o of James K. Jackson, late ..f 
mcaiulnrfl lo where said creek cross- *""' coiinly .deeeaseil. notice is he.re-| 
cs the lino between lots 9 and 10; by given that said application will be | 
thence north no degrees and 45 min. Phased upon at my onico on tho llrsl' 
wast 6(')r> feet more or less, to begin- '*'""<'iy '" •'"'>'• ""*•• <J'vcn under, 
nintf poinl. Said tract conUining 05, "'J' ''•■""' """' "lllciul signuturu, Uuni 
ncr«8 more or loss. _ Juno 2nd. 1019. | 

Sold aS the property of the estate! ^^'- '•• STANSELL. Ordinary. | 

of J. \V. Jones, doccased. Terms of 
sale cash. This June 4, 1919. 



LiriTEHS OF AI).MIMS'IHATION. j, 

rGcorgiii, Walker County: . 

Appliculion having been niadu in 
due form lo have L M Lawrence ap- | 
pointed administrator upon Iho es-| 
tale of D. W. I^awrenre, laic of said' 
county, deceased, notice is hereby 
'given that said aiiplication wjU he,*^ 
.„,. , ,,.,,._ ' passed upon at my oince on tbo first '^ 

sad county within legal hours of ^o.^day in July,' next. Given under* 
ealo on the first lucsday In July, 



MARY E. JONES. 
Administratrix of J. W. Jones. 



ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE 

Georgia, Walker County. 
VVlll be sold at the court house in 



my hand and olllcial signature, llii.'- 

Junc 2iid, 1919. 

I • W. L. STANSELU Ordinary. 



nort, under and by virtue of an or 
dor from the Ordinary of said coun- 
ty, the following properly; _^^__^_ 

All the IHitd'-lying and being a'- 'LEAVE TO SELt,. 

parl,-of land lots number (227) two Gcorgio, Walker (xjunly: 
hundred and twenty seven, and No. I K. M. Shaw, admiiiislralnr of llw 
(228) two hundred and twenty eighl, estate of Thomas Aiken, Into of said; 
in*tlio (9th) ninth district and (4lh) jcounly. deceased, has applietl to tliej 
section of said county, described as undersigned for leave lo (tell the, 
follows; Commencing at a corner on real eslalc belonging lo said estule | 
the Park line on Iho LaFayctte and Notice is hereby given that I will | 
Chattanooga 'government road; pass upon saiil^ application al my of- i 
thcnCo west with tho park line to flee in LaFayoltc, said county, on the 1 
tho corner of L. E. and M. E. Sliav-'llrat Monday in July, n.exl. Given 
er properly; tbenoe south lo within under my hand'and oDlcial signature, 
(105) one hundred and five yards of this June 2nd, 1919. 



tho Peacock line; ttience cast (280) 
two hundred ond eighty yards lo 
LaFayetle government rood, (105) 
on^ liundrod and five yards north of 
PoDCOok llP|P; thci\Co northwardly 
with said road lo beginning point 
(103-1) ten and three fourths acres, 
more or lesi with the roscrvation of 
the use and occupation thereof to T. 
B. Bhaver for and during his natural 
life. 

Purpose of sale for payment' of 
Jobts and dlstrlbutloft. T'erms of 
alff^ GiM-holf cash; balance In 



W. L. STANSELI., Ordinary. 



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GUNN— IIIOIIT 

A wr.diling of Inlrrosl U) Uio many 
rruiiiUB. "C U)e cnnlrncUiij. imrllcs 
horc, was Hint of iluiraday, Juno 0, 
ul high uOim, of Miss Lily Clalro 
Ounn, of Hpray. N. C. and Mr. Jolin 
HIghl, of Cavn HprliiK. f'n-. at H'" 
homn of Ihf liri.ln. Dr. J. H. Ounn. nn 
undo of Uio liridn ofllcialcd, Ibo full 
rinK »orvii-(> lioiiiK used. | 

T)»« hrido wan.aUlriHl in a nhwy ^ 
blue coal sulL with ncccgsorlos to 
molch. Blie woro a corsogo of brldc'n . 
roars. i 

Iiniiindlatidy attor Iho cortmony, 
on (iIoKant luncheon was gorved. The. 
(lining room was a bowor of hcauly.j 
bpliig fost'ionod with pink ro«op,4nd. 
olhor /lower" approprlale lo Iho oc- 
casion. Mrs. Farrell, of CaiJo Spring,' 
and Mrs. Orage. of AtlanU, were as- , 
slstcd In serving by MIsBCj F.vojyn 
and Ellzabolh Ounn, Bl»ters;djr.^.^h«.' 
bride. j ? ,"'■ ■ ■ • , 

Many beaiilUul and UBoflil prCB- 
cnH wero rccolvod. - ' 

Mrs. UIghl is the attractive df^ugh- 
lor of Mr. and Mrs. C. D.^Ounh, form- 
erly of this oUy, and is popular with, 
a wide circle Of Xricnda horp, whilo; 
the groom Is ^,youn^, enlferi?Vj;1ng. 



business man of Cave Springs, Ou. 
Mr. and Mrs. ilighl will reside at 
Cave Si)ringH. 



IN MICMOUY 

or Mr. A. .1. Ilolliind. nlm >li"il 
M(lic,li 111, I'.MW, and wii.s burn Ap-ll 
5, 1842. 

l^lr. Ilulliiml WU8 one of llio olde^tl 
citizens of llic I'piicr (^jve. llu wii.>< ;i 
yoiiiiK I'l"" during the wiir, hid 
noverllii'li'.sM he went mil. hrtivcly In 
llie ImUlelllds. Not only w.m li<' 
briiVe diinilK llie war. but he fmiVlil 
.CLnuiige-Uunly llie iiiuiiy bullk'H Uml 
uonfiniil us diiriiiK lile. Ileni-e, In 
wa."" a .-.ildh-r .if Cud li.s wi'll .is (in.- 
for hJH .■.oiiiiliy. iMMiiiise lie juiticil 
Ihi; rliiiri-h m IH7-'. nnd for rurl.v- 
srveii years he was ever mid idie- 
(Iji'iil mill jiiyiil nieiiiber. 

He hii.s Irfl hi'lilnd ii h'lsl nf i.la- 
livcs mill rrielulH. who iniml ><"l 
rnoiirii for him hoi live sueli u lif'- 
h^i;e mi rnrlh .so llial earh of iis can 
neel liiin in Ihe swi-el beyond. 
I Vil'wi*;i"it for U^m who flow aUireiil 
W^ierc iiire nnd pain no more nniioy 
lliWH renj-.lK'd Ihn liiiveii (if Uii- blcil, 
And refili/ed immorliil Joy. 
n\n aplril .smiles from IhuL brighl 

' slinro, 
And whispers Hoflly, 'Wenp uo 
more' " 

A gran'tlnuKhlcr, 
•* UUTH Kvrn'. 



lijt -nowyr^jrr^r* *, rcildeht of !(►- 
f •yi»ltB,r.dled rocentlf ^t- 8«abfti«e, 



MRS CLAY MCFARUNO 

DltD 1U:SDAK NIGHI 



I I,, .j. .,11, I , . — hi.N inthl ■■! Mr- 
I I ,v M, I .1, I., I,. I ..I .\s|i,-v ill.-. N. ". 
u,ll 1.. ,1,-, |.U .|.-|,|,,r.-il li.i.' .,11, 1 .1 
II,,. , . ui,l \ \'\ h,r MMiiy |, i,-i',ls. ?^l,, 

I, .1,1 , . .'II ill iii:i ly iilli^ ami hn,' 

>.- 1, I IIii-smIIi- 'li.iiii.- 1- 

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w -1 r.-l ImT hi'idlh. Iiol Mr 

tra.lM.ill) ri' " VMM--. • 

SI,,- IS >oiM\,-il liy li,-i liiislian.l 
Ir : - lb (ill. : a lillh- haliv. pn- 
i-.-.Imiu- li'-r I" I ' KiaM- a !•■« iiimilli 

I \|, ., \l,l .11 l.,-i,l IS r,-iii,-iiil„-i,- 
1,1 I, .1, \li~~ .-ii.-m lliir«wi-ll. an, I H' 
I, -I. , I i,il,l ,.l .Mr. and .Mi«. .1, I 
\. a, .ILiW 

I 'I I,, |„„|x «,|l hi- liriiiitlil I-. 'Ii.ii 

hn ,a \\l,,r,- Ihi- rum-i.il will I 

In-M I ii,la\ omrniim. llii\M-M-r, In 
fun- al .in iiiiK,--li-iils ha\,- iml I"-'- 
II, .1. Illlil iM,-ol will fllllilW 111 Ini 

, >i 1,11- ,■.-,, ,,|i'i-y. 

I M ,„|. .,1 ill,- ►.■ri,-l-Hliiil«i-ii fan 
,U u.'ii.l III, ,r li,-ai'lli-l( s.Miipalh 



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wifi. ami «i« I liil.li. II. K.I M.i" 

I...... ItriiiiM-, III) 111'. ml. Hili.ul) ,11' 

iiml .MiK. .Ni'lmiii Hr,,ll. Iiia 

mill l.riilherii. 

hlltllTHl »lT\le,.» WITH Ill-Id llni 

llu; MelhodlHl rliurrli l-rliliix iiM"i 
noon nl 2 oi-lni-li, <iiiiiliirli>'l liy lie 
A. K. Scotl. Inliiriiieiil' (nlh/w.-il i 
Iho loral rniiiolery. 



^f^'illVI 



WIIICICI.KIt-FUX. 

Siimhiy iiiiirninK ill 10 n'clurk Mr. 

I .1. Wlicrlri- uiiil Ml'is I'llliiilo 

Imix wi'ii' liupi'lly iimrrii'il iil \\Tn 

III) r lliii Iii'kIii'h imrciiU, llio 

i-iT iMcMiy liclfiK iii>i'fin'iiii»l liy lli^v. 
.Iiiliaii .1. Si/.c'ifi(iro. X 

Mr. WIll'Oll'l' in UUI HOCDIlcl HCIll of 

llic lull- CliiiM. A. Wliiu'li-r. \Vn» 
linrn .iiul n-iiii'il in WulkiT I'ljuiily, 
mill iiiilil iiiiiri' rcrmil yrnrn, wus iMio 
of IIki imlii.'tlrioiiH anil pi'iign-HS- 
ivr yiiiiiig fiiniiiTR nf Warirn coin- 
iiiiiiiily. Kor llii) IuhI four yi-ar« lio 
lio tiriMi a rcHidonl of Colnrailo, 
fri :ii wlilcli stain tin wt-iil ovcrsPRs, 
for nliniiHl u coiiiplclo ynor'B sorvlci! 
for liin iiniiitry, JinviiiK bi'oa in somil- 
of tlm iHiKi'tl aiirt nioul novnro on- 
KQKi'lllCilU. 

MiftH l'(>x\iH Uir (IttUKliliT of Mr. 
nnil Mrs. Kox, uml Ih oiin of llio vttry 
liilnrr.HtiiiK nml i\llincliv(! yomiK wo- 
nu'ii of li"r roMiimiiiily. 
' Afl<i- 11 Iwo wi'iiUn' Mlny ainonn 
frirnilM ami rrlnliviin. llioy will lin nl 
liiiiiii; III hi'ii frioiulH III Kiilon, Col- 
orailo. XXX. 

CAIII) or i IIANKH 

VVr ilcHirr Id lliiiiik ' Hid iiinny 
frirnilH for lli'ir kliKlnoHH lUiriiiK tlin 
llliiiiHH -iiiil cinilli of our IniHlinnit and 
fill her. May Hiiil iK'.lily hIcHS oacli 
rind rvriy iiih- of yon in our prnyor. 
- MrH. II. I.. I'.dwunlH nnd fiunily. 

' ] 



I .Tho gli monlhe^oid" clilld of .Mr I 
IV)<1 Mrs. tUlWo*„U .)i.:,l Tu.;»d»y 
roornlng al 4 o'clock. Funrral gcr- ' 
[Vt6«8 wpro hold Wi-.li.o-.day from Uio ' 
•Wno. condiirlwl l.y H.v. It. II. How- i 
f^. InUTmool f'.|low«d in tin- <;,„,. ' 
Qprd Kr»vryartl in h:a»l Arniuohoc. 
Mrs. Wi>odn, tJin (ftolh.-r of llio JiU 
, U* b»j)y. In fiuilo ill and wt:« nol ablo 
jU) «tlond llic foneral. I 

A inairlaKo" of" inli'ivnl lo ti,„ 
[friends of llio bndn, in Hint ot MIhh 
jWilllo Mao HoKt^rn of ChatUnoORn, 
wjjich occurs in lliln month, ■ Mi.is 
HOKfTB IH a hIsIim- of Mrs. J. D. K<J- 
wards and liut frriiui^iiUy visit.-d 
111 arc. 



*JTn.T 4. 1019. 

PORIEfi STABBED 
TO DEATH BY GOPP 

AT FT. OGLKTIIOHPE I,AST UlI- 

DAY ArrKa\(H).\— COI'P in 

JAIL m.HE AWAITING 

j TniAL CHAnUKI) 

WITH MUKDKn 



Frank Porlor. aK-'d X,, w,i, stal.l.wJ 
an.l almost instantly killed by Wil- 
l'""i. Coj.p. late luHt i.vij„y „ri„r- 
ix'Oii. at l-L Oglothorpn. (la. Porter 
Was (r.)ok .lii.,,nlclier enKUKod in 
war work for llio (fovornmnnl al llio 
1 osl nnd Copi, wa.s u motoivycio dis- 
palrh rider. Porter wn.i stabbed over 

"'"'"""■•I' tlie/lim-uf hlood from 

a larKo arlery Inat was soi-vred soon 
Miloil Ills life. 

One story of Hie klllinK is U) the 
I'lUncttbutCopp |,„,| lost Ills position 
I and blamed Porter for it. An niKU- 
,"'«M.t followed result iMK in Copp 
slnl.binB Porter will, u knife 
J ■•'''■' l>ody of the dead mon was 
taken lo Cliapmnn's undertaking es- 
labliglimenl in niatlaniKiKu and lul- I 
or romovwLlo the Porter homo in' 
Hod Doll. I 

Copp was arroslod by mlllUry p.,. ' 
jllco and brouKlil lo Jail al f.aFayello ' 
where bo awaits trial on Ibn ol'iarKi' 
of inunler. )lo Is IH years of age and 
Is Iho aou of J. M. Anderson of ChaU 
lonoogn. 

Kunoral scrMi i-s wnro hebl over 
thn body of Frnnk Porter Bun.lay 
moniing nl 10 (.•.lock nt llonk Spring 
In tho presence ..f a large number of 
sorrowliiK rolativ e« and frieiuls. In- 
I torment Immndlnlely foil.. wed. 
I The docoasod wag.well-known In I 
I Walker o.iunly, and was populor 
.Willi u wide Chile of friends, who 
deeply deplore Ins tragic endliig. »o 
[In siii-vlvr.l by II widow, a mother, 
brothers an.l slst.>ri. 
I Tlin cose will he rnvirwed by llin 
AHlidlsl grand lury, ami den. M. N. 
|WblUker, of Cbnllanooga. and llos- 
lor A Bhaw. of (be local bar will rop- 
resmil Copp. while Kollcltor (Jenenil 
Clundo II. i>ortor. will represent the 
slalo. "^ I 



IJANOIHER OLD SOLDIER I 
I CROSSES OYER THE BrtfRi 

I Tho death laal Iliursdajr afU.moon ' 
at 4 o'clock of Dr. O. W. Colbran, ' 
»gc<l 83, al the borne of Dr. F. A.' 
Slorj In Wcsl LaFayotlo, afUir a! 
Ilngt<rlng illnnst of aovoral monlhs,' 
mmovca anolher Cqnfe<lBraU velnr- j 
an from tho ranks of Uial Illustrious' 
•rmy. j 

I h"uncral 8«rvlc«a were held from 
Uic Presbyterian church Saturday 
morning al II o'clock, conducted by 
'nev. D. F. (Julllc. in tho pn?»enco ol 
a concourse of ^eIallve^ Confodcr- 
«lo vclwans and friends. At Ihe con- 
clusion of Uio funeral sorvlc<s. Ibo 
iKxJy was carried lo the local ceme- 
tery an.l lowcrod lo Us last resting 
place iMwi.le Uio gravo of his wife 
an.l coinpaiiloii. who prerode.l bim 
to Mil! other world sevoral years agn. 
I>r. Oilhran was a veteran of I In- 
Civil war. w»s an llfe-l.ing an.l ar- 
dent momUnr of U»o Prfiibyterian 
church, and was a highly resi>er(<i| 
cUlMn. 



Tlie il.-nlli aiig.'l \mil.-.l llui lioiii.^ 
of Mr. :iii.l Mil. K. II Wo.al on lasl 
Tu.vs.lay an.l l.i.ik timii them llirir 
Utile si.x iii.iiillis .il.l babe.- We we.'p 
'Willi lliii>i.' Hull w.'.p aii.liiiournwilh 

ilbos.' Ilnil 'irii Mrs. Wood hiis 

IbiMMi .sirK, li.ii i.-i aliii.i.iL rer.overud. 



144 



JULY 4, 1919. 



LETTi;ilS OK ADIIIMSTIIATIOV, 

."■corgia. Walker CouiiLy. 

Ai)V>licalion having been niado In 
Juo form lo have I, M Lawronoo ap- 
|)i)inti;il ailininislrator upon ttio cs- 
Ulc of U. \V. Lawrence, laic of -Raid 
county, (leccasoil, noUco is hereby 
given Ihal saiil apiilicalion will bo 
passoil u|iou al my odlcc ^ni Uio llVsl 
Monday in July. next. Oivcn under 
my hand and ollUinl sitniaUirc, this 
June 2nd. 1010. 

\V. 1.. Sr.\.NSl'.I,l.. Ordinary. 



l.KAVK TO SKI.l- 

Gi'ort;ia. Wulkor r.ounly: 

K. M. Slinw. ttdminisUulor of Uii> 
eiilale of llioma.s Aik.'ii, lulo of said 
county, dci-eaaed. hus applii'tl Ui the 
undrrsignnl for h-avo lo sell tho 
real iHlale helonKUiK to said osUlo. 
Nolin- IS herchy >;ivrn Uial 1 v^rill 
pas.M iipi'ii said ni>idicuUon at my of- 
(li-e 111 l.al-ayellr. .-laid lounly. on Uio 
lllrsl Monday m July. next, (iivon 
Kinder my lomd and omi-ial sij;natnrft, 
Ihis June 2iid, I'.llO. 

\V. I.. STANSKI,!.. Ordinary. 



i.iiiKi, roil i)i\ om.i;. 

nlalc of (IcdiKKi, Walker County; 
I To the SherilT of s:u donunly— 
idreeting: 

I David Long v.s. Missouri I'urkur 
'loiik. l.lbil for divorce. 
I Tlio defendant. Mlss.iurl I'arker, is 
I hereby reiiuired pnrHoimlly or by 
liiUorney. lo he and appear at the 
liii-.\l Sopriior cimrt, lo be held inaiiil 
I for said roi.nty. on the :!nl Monday 
III) AuKiisl, nexl^llon and lliere loan- 

Hwcr the I'laMililfH demand in an ao- 

Inui of cnmpliimt. 

Witni-HS 111'- IbiiKiialilc Moses 

WriKhl. JodKo of 11. e said eourt. Ihls 

Till day '-r April. I'.MH. 

JOHN I. IIOWI.A.MI. C.liTk. 



W. C. Smlpi, ■nail carrier on No. ' 
5. informs the MeMongcr thai « girl 
baby wan born lo Mr. and Mrg. J. y^. ' 
F. WllUaIn^ Jr, or Sliarpe, Wcdno«- I 
day morning. 



Tlio innoun&rmpnl of the marriaxc 
of Mr. DoWlttfl Duniejr and Ml-s 
May 8o»«t>ce, Monday evening. Juno 
?3rd, at Uic homo of Judge Hlanaell, 
will bo read with Int^'rest by Ihclr 
tnany frUmds. Mrs. Iturney la tbfl 
daughter of Mr. ^n<l Mm. O. I,. Hobo- 
boc, of Kaal lAKayeltr, formerly of 
Mmlo. and the groom 1j wflll-known 
here lo a wide circle of frionda. 
Frlcntla of Uio conLractlng parliea 
jCxlcnd congraUilalioDa. 



MBS. J. F. BONOS SUCCUMBS 
AFTER LIN6EHIN6 ILLNESS 



I Dorn lanl weed to Mr. and Mr*. 0. 
L. WllllamH, a line girl. .Mr. and Mr'*. 
IJob I^no have a new c<micr al Ihn'r 
homo; It'o a iKiy. Ikib nays that he 
will pill twenty acrcn In lutton next 
year. 



LirrrFJiH of ai)>ii> .stuation 

(•iHjrgiu, Walkcn Count 

Applioalion lia\ iiiK 
duo form lu have Siiix 
jiointed Administraloi' 
late of .lumeH K. Jar 
said eouiily .decease.!, 
by given thai saiil a|ipl 
pHMsed upon at my olll 
Monday in July, nenl 
my hand and ollU'ial 
Juno 2nd. tUIU. 

W..^,. b"]' A. N.HI I 



I'll made in; 
.liiekson ap-l 
■ poll the cs-i 
''III, lalu of' 
lice is hor.'-l 
il.on will bji 
• on the first 
' iiven under! 
niilure, this 

Ordinary. 



JULY 11, 1919. 



WIIITMIIlK-IIASIIUi IN 

Mi«8 Mary Iaw Wh^hnlrV, daugb- 
lor of Mr. and Mrs. J \V. Whltmlro 
of North Uroad direr' uid Mr. Hom- 
er Mashburn of Huvvvnervlllo, Oa, 
wfiro united In iiiarr,»(fe yn»lordayl 
evening at 8 o'clock bv Ilov. J. II. 
Wyatl at the pasUii le In North 
Home. Only relatives id a few clojo 
frlendR were prnseni the marriage 
being QuloUy aolomn./.od^ 

Following the corejiiony the young 
couple wore nnlfii lalned at the 
brlde'0 homo aflor which they left 
for a,bfldftl Lour lo ^lulh Ocorgja. 
Upon their return fi and Mrs. 
MBsbliurn wll| reside Huminorvllle 
wliTiro the groom hip < a responsi- 
ble iionltlon with tin uuthorn Uell 
Tolophono Company uenday, July 
ind's lloino^'I'rlbune ' i aid. 



After a lingering illness of sev- 
eral months, Mrs. J. K. llonds, died 
ul her homo at ChickiimuuKa. Jail 
1 Imrsday cNoiiing at ti o'elook. I- or 
several ijays it was seen that >'ie 
could nut live very much longer, I il 
her death Tluirsday evening c ines 
as a shock to her host of relalne-i 
and frii'iiils in Ihis county. 

The diH-easi'd was in lii^r si\ y- 
iiinlh year and is survived by li>.. 
Inislumd. oiii- il.ufliter, Mrs. Ilaii.;>- 
liin (laki^ny. of iliriiiingham. Ala. 
ami lliri'TK^ljirM. C. Ilonds, of i:i.al- 
laii(H)Ka,_>K-lui.. (i. I.. ll(ind'<,ofClii- ^- 
iiiiaugi!^ and I i.Ikc Aivlubald II >i' I. 
if .Muscogee, Okla., all of wli \>. 
were present ai I he funeral. 

I'line/al seiviceH wnru held f.' m 
llo' ij^ii'ence Siiliii'iay mornil;.- .ii 
U^-tT^-loek. ei'liducli'il by her p:i-liir 
llc'V. I.. I, l.iiiKliuni. Ill llie piTsenr.- 
of II laiKe inniiliei- of irlal ivi'.s aii'l 
friends. 

Inlerini'iil full,, wed in llir Chiekii- 
niiiuga eemeli-ry. The many liriuili- 
ful lloiiil cllerings alli'sted. lo the 
liive and csleeni ill which the dr- 
eeasi'd was liehl. 

Mrs. Douds for llfly years was a 
mi'iiibiM- of the Methodist rliureh 
and lived a devoted life. Her genial 
maiinrr and generous, loviiiK In'iul 
made h«r frirnds by llio hcoii-. and 
her dealli is d'-i'ply deplun-d. 



1r »^ 
^0 



1/1^ //9/1 



JERRY : IE6ALL DROWIED 
n RHUE RtfEII JUIE 22 



n..D. hUiKail of noMvUJa bM r«- 
cehrM nrw» Uiti hi* »on, Jerry, 4via 
drowned >ii Ui« fUilne Hiver op U>o 
22d<J of Jvinc./The now» c«m« aa • 
dIUinol i.liock\ to • hU flrrtlly ' *M 
friondi ■ ho wM exprotj^tfWMbr. 
derod ho 110 In % ahorl titot.'lwtj 
WM • 7<>'"iK man of ■plcodld chit- 
acUr. Hr «n» a graduaUi of Ontrml 
llifh an<i waa popular wilh a largo 
circin of fi'lnndaand claaa aial«a. Uo 
onlUtoU » ith the marlnna aomctlnMi 
in IVIH, a «l had bocn wilh the arn^r 
of occupi iir)ii for aeveral mooLha. 

lie ia " fvivod by hU father and 
ifvprni l> llinrs and aiiilora. Ue waa 
a brothci (.1 Mrs. Mack Mpjra ol 
W'at<^rvill'v XXX 

MRS. ELIZABETH MM 
OIEO SUNQAY, JULY 61H 

{Trienda In the Cduiity of Mr». Kliza- 
licLli Mooro will regret to lienr of )icr 
lluaUi which occurred ol iloBsville 
July 0. Tlio older ronldenlii of LaToy- 
cllo win rcinomVor Mr»r Moore an 
Mrs. Lizilo Trail, hIio having llvod 
hero (ovoral years agt). 

Mrs. Mooro was n woilinn of line 
cliaraclcr.-alwnyH doing eoniutliing 
to help others. Hlin wag a devoted 
inomber of the Molliodliit cliurcll and 
during her residence in I>al''ayotlo 
woa a loachcr lu the Metho<ll6t Sun- 
day school. ' x«« 



Joseph W. Ca 
I Early 




i,i.-rri:ns ok i)i.SMi.s>iio.N 

Goorgin. W^ilker County. 

C. \V. Kvilt, ncliiunislralor upon 
the oslate of J. I.. KviU, ilcceascd. 
tins applied to the UMdiTHi^ned for 
Icller.s of dismission from Hiiid ad- 
niini.sUulorsluii. Nolu-e la lierehy 
given thill I will p.iss on said iippll- 
calioa al my oflli'e in l.nl-ayelle. .said 
counly, on llie Ihsl Monday in Au- 
gu.sl. next. Given imder my hanil and 
olllcial signaluro. tlii.s .hily 7, lUI'J. 
W. I,. SIWNSKM.. (trdunu-y. 



i-i;rn:iis ok ih.saiissio.n 

Geoi-gni. WallicT Comity. 

C. \V. Kvill, guaidian of llulji Kvilt 
lin.s apiilied to the unil.rsiKneil for 
l<'ll<Ts of dismission from sanl guar- 
-linnsliip. Noli,',., is hcr.'liy Kivrn II, al 
I will pass on said appliraliim at my 
olUce in l.aKaycKe, said counly, on 
I lie llcsl Monday in August, nrxt. 
<iiven under my hand and olllohil 
signature, tlii.s ,/uly 7, lUH). 

VV. r.. aTANSKI.l., Ordinary. 



LKTTEII8 OP CIUARDIANSUIP 

Georgia, Walksr Counly. 

Applloadon -tiaVin^ boon-fnado la 
duo form to have OcorBia Oiuch ap- 
pointed guardian of Hallio Couch, 
notioO'ia horoby given thai said ap- 
plication will bo passed upon al my 
ofllce on the (Irsl Monday In August, 
next. Olvon under my hand and of 
lloial algnaluro. this July 7, 1010, 
W, I.. STANHKI.L, Ordinary. 



UtTTEllS OK DISMISSION 

Goorgia.-^alker <>)unty. 

Ill 8. Alcxander.mdnilnistrator up- 
>nlhd oalato of M (i. Alexander, dn.. 
ecasod, has opi>ll<Ml to tUo undor- 
signed for letters of dismission from 
saJjl admlnlslrBlorship. Notice 1« 
hor«hy given tliat I will pass on said 
application al my oflico In I-aFar- 
tlto, said county, on Itio llrsl Mon- 
day in Augual, next. Given under ray 
Ihand and- ofllclal signature, this 
.luly 7, 1010. 

W. L. 8TAN8K.IX, Ordinary, 

+ ' i.i;k . Z 

+ •> 

• l - I - i - < - I - I -l" : - I -I- l - -IH-I-H-h -!-f 
We wiMi' vt-ry sorry to lin >[ I'.e 
.Inalh of \l,-i )nr-ry. W. K.im; 
l.ni'Wn her fo- a mimher if y.-ii.. 
she was a goo I womiin. (h\: ••yiii,i:i 
II. y rocs out f(pr the fattoTai .1 ;;llle 
ehildron. 



it Uied 
lay Morning 



WAS A l>llOMI\E.\T AND WEAL- 
THY < itizi-:n — ifis DEA-ra 

DKKl'I.Y DKPLOnEU— FIF- - 

TKI.\ IILINUnEI) I'KOPLE 

AITKNI) FIJNKUAL 



The cT .(III ul an early liour ul au 
Atiunla iiiiilai'uuu Monday inorn- 
iiig, of .1 11-iih W. Cavonder, roniuvc» 
from \N illter euuiily, ono of il's 
most 111 iiiinenl und wealthy citi- 
/.eiiM. l-i several yeuis he liuil been 
III ilerjn iix liiiul(li and the past few 
inoiilli.s i was toll liy Ins relotives 
and t'lo" -.1 Irienils that he could not 

li\o \r Hill longer. A few weeks 

ago he \ !■< laUeii to in Atlanta ho»- 

pilal ail ■ a duy or two lallied and 

wan till' .:lil to 111) impnivuig, but a 
lillle lal I he began to lail imd grow 
wl-aki'i. ili'alh resulliiig Monday 
iiioriiiio 

Al II,. iioie of his ilealh Mr, Cav- 
eiiiler \> -.71 years of age, and Is 
MiirviM-i iiy one Hon, .hidson Cavon- 
iler, ol ' liiiiiow, anil four daughters, 
MiH, II II WarienrellM. Mrs. Myrlii 
Sliahai. Mi-ft. 11. W. Ilrck and Mrs. 
Cli-miiM {.. Magill, all of ChalU- 
nooga. Mr. Caveniler married the on- 
ly HiHter of the late Hon. Judson C. 
Clemeiil i. (yhalrmnn of the Interatate 
Cuipiiiei ' e (.loinmlsslun, tiul iho pro- 
Rodod liim to the grave aovoral yean 
ag\>. 

Mr. Cuvendcr was proinlniiully 1- 
donlllled with soino of the leadlnff 
Unanoial IntlituUons of Ihli and 
otl)or ceimliet. Ho was prealdonl of 
Iht Wal.er Counly Ua^k, and had 
Int-go pi operty holdlii^ in Challf 
oooga, Vaslilngion, D. (L. AUanLa, 
Chattoui > county and Ihli counly, 
and wftl ''egardod af uue of LU« load- 
\f\S Misliinst men of Ihls tOcUo'tl bf 
Uic«lol. 

ilia gi' iinl dIspoBlllon won for him 
a wide I rnin of frionda, and onoo a 
friend li wBs always a friend. Ho 
v\n kill -henrlod and took special 
Intfrest ui ehildron. Numbers of 
young iiiiiii In this and other sur- 
rounding couuljlos whom he IioIimxi 
llimn^inlly, dooply deplore his gohig 
away. 

Ho won n Confcdoralo Veteran and 
served falUifully and loyally 
through. lit Uio slrugglo belw<ft»0 Uie 

SUlOB. . 

The b'Mly wts brought Lo LaFny- 
otUi 'I'lirsday and carried to tlWold 
home al Vlllanow. Funeral aorvlcns 
wero hel.l from the Macedonia D»p- 
llsl chmrh ■nn>edny afternoon al, 
2:30 o'cl. k. conducted by Ilevi. J<s- 
so G. an. II. K. Huhl, In the presence 
of a conr •urse of sorrowing rolallvea 
and frie .da, which has been esll- 
matoJ l<i nufilber Dflcon hundred 
people. IwauUful and louoblnf Irlb- 
ulcs wei ' pafc Ihe dooeasod, and his 
wide poj ilarlljr in Uils soCllon ^as 
all««rty>rt hr thf Isnm erowd of 



m^/m 



SKY 

There »ii3 an angel band In heavea 

Thai w. i not, quUcc<^iii{iletn, 
V) Ged 'i^ K our (iea^.:rai*ba«Uier 



u. . rtlumoQji W-^*»3-li,-l«> 
Ihe di' ' .1 angel vUllod cmr bome anu 
look fi n ue our dcat grahtlcnoUicr. 
Sbe-«ii born Jiyio 21, 1840. On April 
2, I8f>". -ihe was married lo Rcubru 
Mas8u> who prcpotlod her to lliu 
grave !• any years. lie waa'woundcd 
in Ihi- lalllc of ChickaniauKa and 
died a 'w days lator, Inaving graiul- 
niolh' with four small children Ui 
rare . lo (Igbflhe balllo of lifo 
alone. 

U IK .id to know that dear grand- 
niotlii *ill n(j%er be here to give uh 
any n re advice. She was always 
williii> and ready to do little decilK 
of kiiiilucss for us. She will bu sadly 
mis.M'.' lliroiigliout the whole coiii- 
munii but ob. how much more ulic 
will b iiissoj in our home. 

Evc^ llflnK thai loving friends and 
Iiliysi' II eould do wa.s done but God 
saw li Id lake her Id a lioine mil. 
niadr lib liands. It i.s .so .sad to lliiiik 
we w never morn hear her gej/,' 
voirr .see her smiling face here on 
carlli. Ill if wc live right we will 
liicol I T In that bcaiiliful beyond, 
whoir iliere will be no iiain or sor- 
row. 

, Sli' avivs three iluiightiirH. Mr.s. 
J. II. . Mipkln, Mr.s. II. (',. Morgiiii mul 
Mr.s I M. Tiioll, oiin daughter-iii 
law. ' : s. .1. II. Mii.sHey, fourlr'in 
gran [nldi-rii. lliirhvn greiit-Krand- 
eliil.i -n. one brolli.r. 11. V. MoiKaii 
and !.• siHtcr. Mrs II. K. Wherlrr 
and liosl of olli.r irlatives iiinl 
rric'ii.i lo inoiirn Inr departure, but 
our b. ■ IS Ikt eternal gain. 

I I'lii .il was condiiclcd by Ucv 
W.i; diant at Cove ihurch anil I lie 
body IS laid to itmI beiK^ath ii 
(low. iiioii mound 1.^; await the 

I ri'siii lion morn. 

I.Mri-i. I dear grandinollicr and lake 

ly rest, 
<iod . I.'d Ibco lionic. Ho knowri;^ 
■sL 
\\ iN'ii by her Kiandilaugliti'r. 

DK-SSIK. 



+ +1 

•I- (;uii:.\ Hufiii +1 

^ +! 

.Mrs. Alice .McKeiuie and cliililren.l 
of this place, spent the week-end al , 
Ai riurhee with her inotlier. | 

Myrllo J,ee Rmith spent last week i 
with her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Urooin. ol j 
Haywood. 

Born Lo Mr. and .Mr.s. I.co Watkin: 
a line Iniy. 



OUITUARY 

The angi'l "f death claimed our 
brother, Ucvik M. Joiio«. lln dn- 
partcil this llf.' Juno lit, lOU. Wlilln 
these mniiy years have elaiised since 
his departure mir memory of his 
quiet Cliristlnn life Is frfsh. He was 
luve<l by all an I was a deacon of the 
Woo<l Htallon r ipllBl cliurch. Ho en- 
liBlo<l in the Cu <1 War In 1801 but did 
not leave lo llgld for his cyuulry un- 
Ul 1802. 

•f delight lu allond 
liours w(ft^ como, 
u wending his w,y 
church and yel hli 
ing . slow, but hU 



It was his rl 
church. As tin 
you could s<'r I 
lu Ihq uid hnin 
steps were gro 

place Was alwiivs illled especially al 
Ills oonfcreixce meel^igf and his »d- 
vlcfl WM "Oo I' hear all and olcaye 

I to that which was good. Ho lo*ve« 
two sons \xt iiioiirii Ills deptrturo. One 
daughter who had precodod him U) 
a bfltlcr world sflvoral ye»r» ago. 
Now he's safe from all Icmptallon, 
All tlio storms of life arc past, . 
I'ralse the rorl of his s.Tlvatl >n. 
He Is safe bI Hime at lanL 
Theroforc, b. d resolved. Thai wo 

I bow In humbi' sulinilnsloiX' to the 
will of our II iivenly Father who 
doelh.all Ihlntr veM. First, a copy of 
lliese resoluliii s lio spread on the 
records of lln' church; 8erx)n(l • 
copy be furnish d the bereavetl fam- 
ily; third, IhnI I ropy Ito prlntMl In 

]lhe Walker C inly Moss«ngor. 

I -rkme In roiif' i-nce and wxlllcn by 

■r»rdrr of the us •■ -Mrs. J. J. Bt^ph- 
enson, Mrs. H v. Coullor, Com. 



Rev. A. E. Scott conduclod tho fu* 
noral service, Friday, at Triiilly. 
church, of Miss Mary Agnew, of 
liussville. 



.MVi;»s-^oii\st).\ I 

A niiii'i'iiiKe id uiiuhiiuI interiml and 
wliicli eiiiiie IIS a di.sliiiet surprise to 
llie wide eiiele of friends of the 
young cnuple was tliiiL of .Miss Mary 
I.ou Myers of this place to Mr. Uen 
Johnson of Home. The wedding oc- 

Icurred in I.oFayelle at nine o'clock 
ou 'IXusday inorning, July Hth.. llov. 

]A. v.. Scott olllciating. i 

The bridal cou|ile left lininedlately 
for ClialLanooga ami Home. " | 

Mrs. Julilison, the third daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Myers of llils 
place, is a very popular, attraclivo 
and lovable young laily. The bride- 
groom IS niSw Willi the iijisL olllco 
/oree III lloine, having rf^.enlly boon 
dlschurged from military service it 

'l-ort Oglethorpe. Mo Is froTn Wlllm- 
ingUin, N. C. 

Mr. nnd Mr*. Johnson have niany 
rneiii,8 wbo wish XI. em much success 
^iid hBppine»8.->tSumuiervillo News. 



OIUTUAIlY 

•| lie di'alll llllKel MSll.'.l our liilil- 
niiiiiily and ilaiiiied us .Is \iiLiii ..in 
lielosed sisl.'r. Muiy Ann .Lines. Sin- 
was one of llie i.l.lesL iiieniljeis .d 
Ihe Wood .-^lalioii llaplisl eliiinli. 
While h.-rjieiiltli iHTiniUed Iot -lie 
loved I.) allend Inr iliiirrli si^cmi/ 
Slie had been a member ol Uie II. i|.- 
lisl thurcli for about llfly years. Slio 
was born Sept. 'I. WIW. and was in her 
niiiRty-lliird yeuc ul the tune of her 
dealli. She was always so chncrfiil 
and had some good word Lo say to 
everybody she niel. She had a hard 
filruggle In tho early iiarl of lier 
life in raising her children, her lius- 
band was in llie (yivil w»r ami lind 
all flio re.sponsibility of coring for 
liBiin- and the little ones and yet she 
could talk of tills and count il all 
Joy, and sahl she trusled m her <>o(l 
who would lake care of her. | 

In her last days on earth she suf- 
p>re<l untold agonies bvit bore lliein 
with patience and left the boaulifxil 
evidence that she was ready lo gn 
where her .Master railed. 

She is gone lint not forgolleii. We 
miss her. 
Somewhere Ihe loa.l is lifted, 

Close by an open gale. 
Soinewliere the iloiids an' i ifii-.l. 

S<iiiiewlii're the angels wait 

Therefor.- lie il resolved. Ilial we 
bow III liiiiiilile siibinissiiMi lo lli.> 
.Mlwi.se (iod who dnelli nil lliiii."' 
iTVl a v■^^vy of s.'ie.. 



.•II. Iirst. Th 



III 



Mid 



T.T.IS of 

I..- fiini- 



ilk.r Cn 



..lulu. IIS be > 

llie eliiireh, 

Isli.'.l llie li.-r.-ave.l faii-il\ 

ropy be priiiled in II e W 

Messenger. 

iHinM In eonferoiiee anil wrilli-n 1<> 
order of same. --.Mrs. J. J. Sleplien- 
Non. Mrs. II. W. Couller, (-..iiniiiiHee 



'was, F. J. CAHIRELL DIED j 
MO)iOAY AFTERNOON 



Afler a linirorlnif illncAS of sev- 
eral inunllis, Mra. K. J. Canlrcll, diud 
Monday afLcriiuoa al 5 o'clocii at the 
homo of licr dauKlilcr, Mrs. T. M. 
Uuilllan, Easl l.aKu>oUo. 

Al llio limo of licr di-alli llic do- 
cuaacd wa» 77 years of atto. ^nd is 
survived by oao dauglilor, Mrs. T. M. 
Ouillian, and. udo son, J. W. Uadlrcll, 
of Mill Crecli. 

Kunrral services were held Tues- 
day allornoon from the Mill Creok 
Molhodlst. church, in Uie presence uf 
a larKA nuinber of relmlivcs and 
' frteods. Inlcrmcnl follv<*«(l in the 
home graveyard nearby the church. 

Mrs. Canlixll was a lifcy-looK nioin- 
iKir of Iho MeUtudisl church, and 
her genial dispoailiun and falUiful 
ChrlsUan characUir made iter many 
friends in every commuaily in which 
she lived, who doi>lor« her going a- 
way. 



MRS. JOHN W.MAUDOXDIEO 
MONDAY Al THE AGE OF £9 



nomo. Ga, July 22.— Mrs. tVaAces 
Kluabetii MaJ<lox, wi/e of foriDcr 
Congrcssman John W. Maddox, died 
ycjlcrday al Ihc family residence on 
Third avenue and was buried loday 
10 MyrUe Hill cemtlcry. Mrs. Mad- 
dox was 00 years of ago, a daughlor 
of a pioneer family of North Geor- 
gia, and was born in Challouga coun- 
ty. 8he was married to Judge Mad- 
dox in 1872 and Is survived by her 
husband and seven children: Mrs. 
T. O. Hand, of Marxjn; J. K. Maddoi. 
of Washington, and it. K, Frank, 
Hobert. Linton ami Janinn .Maihliix. 
of Aomc. Her Ave sons and a nephew, 
Charles i^lmondson, acUvl as (tail- 
bearers. 



I.\ l,OVlS<i .^i.:.M()l<V 

Uf Kalio Ituili-y. I'lic aiiKcl nf 
dcQlh visited Uii^ Ikhih:. i.n June 'M\, 
of Mr. WcH.fly b.iily and look from 
lilin a lov'ing wife and iiioUicr. Kale 
.siifTiTfd only a sliorl liino wiUi tin; 
Ihi, and luberculusis followed. All 
thai doctors, ri'.lalives and friends 
could do was dono for lier, but she 
was loo Kood lo slay in lliis world of 
sorrow and Go<l called her to come 
up liiglier. 

Blio iirofrssed fuitli in Christ in 
'early life and joined the MclhmJist 
'church nt I'leasant Hill, where she 
remained until her death. Katie was 
^21 years old al Uic lime of her dealli. 
!\Vo mouru uol as those who have no 
hope for she was a good ChrisUan 
I girl. Wo would say to her dear hus- 
jband and children, "r)o not woop. for 
jnltiiouKh Uicro will In; ,i vacant jilacu 
I In your home forever, she is wailing 
I in heaven for you." 

8lic leaves a husband and Iwo chil- 
dren, father and mother, two sisters 
and three brothers, and a host of rol- 
atives noj friends t<i m<iurn her loss. 
Weep not, for our loss Is hiir eternal 
gain. 

TIb hard lo 'hroak the U.-nfler chord" 

Where love has bound the heart 
Tis so hard to speak the Word 
Wc must forever part. 

Wriltenby on« who loved liec- 

TAVIE UAILKY. 



AUG. 1, 1919. 



oBrnjARY. 

God in Ills Inllnlle love saw lit lo 
take iiiKisl the swcel spirit of liltli- 
Myrtle f,eo Unpe. Hlio was born 
Kcliruary 8, lUlU, and died June 7, 
lUlU. S^ leaves a fattier, mother, 
and two nlllo Bist<!rs and a liosl o« 
relatives l<r mourn lier loss. Will 
say to the bereft father and motlier. 
••Weei) not for litlle Myrtle, for she 
is asleep In llio arms of Jesus." She 
cannot come hack Uj us, bul we i-nn 
go to her. l.el us prepare to iiioel 
our (irecious darling who, perhaps. 
G(h1 has taken In order U) draw us 
near lo him. 

Mttle Myrtle only lived with us 
four short months; she was sick only 
q few days until (1<m1 saw pi lo take 
lier horrK' lo heaven lo live with Je- 
sus, where there will bo no pain nor 
doalhs. 

Oh, how hard 11 is to give up our 
precious darling, bul Gtxl's will tKi 
done, not ours. I^t us live a life 
Uiat Jesus would have ns live thai 
we may meet lillln .Myrtle some 
swiH^l <lay. 

Myrlle I.<'e was laid hi rest in the 
Trinity cemetery beni>ath the «<mI 
simI where wo all must go siKMier or 
lalor. ,1 « / 

lA precious one from us has puie. 
I A voice we love<l is still. 
A place Is vacant in oilt homo 

Which never can l>e filled. 
Sleiop on dear MyrUe, and lake thy 
rest, 
God calle<l Uiee homo lo resL 
I Writlon bv her AuiU. 



148 



JAMES W,.i|gi€f 
. \j.yliiJltf MORNING 



WAS I'llO.MlNENT AND SIJCCESS- 
rUl. tn IlEN, A CO.NKEDKnATE 
VirrUll/VN AND HK.^UtUt OF , 
.MASONIC KnATEIlNITY. 



'I'liu death Sunday morning al 10 
o'clock, nfU'.r a lingering llllnoss.of 
several mouUis, of James W. t«q, al 
his home at Ronsliigton, removed 
one of Wolkor county's moel promi- 
nent ulluuns apd successful planters. 
Mr. Loo had buun In declining 
hualth for many months, and lu A- ■ 
pril of this yoai lie went to Kansas 
City, tlilnkliw Uio dmngo would hli . 
bi'uelU'.ial, but il was soon seen Ihal 
the rliauKO wuuM do lilm no good, so 
he cuiiio homo, uiid during the lust 
weeks of his life he HuCfernd intensu 
pain. I 

Hurvlving him are* u w|dow, and 
tliieo clilldron, J W. Lee, Jr, of Oe- 
dartowii; Mrs. C. H. Hall, of Kensing- 
ton, and Mrs. F. H. TrfoUor, of Cbftl- 
liinoogu; Also oiin half slstor, Mra.W. 
J. Wullin. , ■ 

Karly In life lie united with th« 
Methodist oliuroli and for (Illy years 
atlonded Us onlliiauces and'iupporl- 
,od lU InsULutloiis. He w»« also a 
'CbnfedorolU Veteran, and served 
throughout the war bfllwcen U»« 
slates. Ho was syvDnty-ono yeiri of 
'ago al Iho limn of his death, and iip 
"to a few months ago ho wn» able to 
luparlnlopd iho work on bis farms. ' 
il»:WM & n^ortl'""' "^ '■'*'' MssonhJ 
friumlly' and during hl« Ilfo beld 
prrtmlnonl positions In bis lodge. 

Fuourat services woro hold from 
Iho resldonofl Miniday aftornooa al 
2 o!olook. In Ihe presonco of a larg»s 
number of rolallves and, ffleiids. Af- ; 
ter-lho funeral lervlCoal Uie boinB. 
Iho body was tokeu In cliarijo by thfl 
Miisons from A. 1. Leol lodge, of 
which the deceased was a iiieinbor, 
and carried to the Coiillor graveyard,- 
and burled with full Mosonio hoiiot". 
Many beautiful floral oITcrlnga of 
friends allenlod lo. Iho eslesin lu 
which llio deceased was liold. 



^/l 1/9/9 



f 



CHAHLIE C. HAKDiri W^ \ 
^ AFTER llN6tRIH6 HINESS 

Aflcr a lingering lllno«3 of Bcvcfftl 
ycom, Cliarllo (.'. llarUln, died at tho 
Noliiis lioueo TuvftdaT; oigtil tl 9:30 
o'clock. ' 'i 

Uo had boon coalliiod to bU bed 
for inoco llian tliroft reiir*, •during 
wlilch tlino hBTsuiTcrod Inleiua pain, 
bul lib boro-^ilk auHorlo^ wllh grpal 
polluq9« and forUlude, 

Burvlvlng llio d(>c>|aiod are f widt . 
ow, and Iwo umall children i C- tl, ^ 
Jr., accd and n lltUo daugUlor, tX-^- 
«IC( ogod 4 yearn. Up«ldo« bit Immft- \ 
dlalo famUy lio is aurvlvod' by: four 
aiatcra ana" on(T broUior; Mrs. J. W. 
Hoyd and Mr». Janiet Kcrwlor, of i^U 
lanU, Mrs. Btrouil, of Cleveland, 
Tcnn, Mx%. LIIIIo rKxJd, of Dall ' 
Oround, Oa, tnd Jlimos Uardln, .6f '. 
non)o, Oa. ' ■« 

Kunoral »orvlcp« woro lield from 
Uio local Daplifl r.huroh Wodnvsday 
aflOTQooa al 3 o'clock, of vvblcti the 
decraaod waa a Diombcr.'oonduoled 
by Rev. A. J3i BootL "Intoftnenl fol- 
lowed |n Ui« LaFayetlfl eornctery. 

Krlendi of tho fTlcf »lf Ickon fami- 
ly oilond their hoartf^ilj ijyinp»lhy 
In IbU tad hour oLbofoavomonL 



+ C^NTEH GHOVK + 

(fr + 

Tlio wodlllng bolln liavo boon ring- 
ing. JoliQ lihipp' and Miss ZoUa I 
.Thompson wore happily married, 

j- n - i I H m I M m I I j ; 

J. ' KEMSINGTON + 

1+ • •* 

Ortalnly sorry lo licnr of Uio 
'dcalli of Mr. Jim I>i;e. ntwl to Ihn bc- 
jrcavod I can only point L" a betlfl." 
homo above whore tliorn is no sor- 
row DOT parting. 

• 1 -1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 11 n H j ' I 

f .^ WAJlIU'-"«i +1 



Cl^UK CVnUK.K DIED . 

8Li)nr:M,'»' sundav moumno. ' 

..Claik Carlock, agod 25. a wnll- 
knowii Qulomobilo iiicchanic anddrl- 

drivcr, c^led voD' suddenly at 5 Sun- 
day iiiorDlng at his homo near I.ako- 
\iow.' Ho liad readied hoiiio quil<» 
lalo, after imdniKht, folluwinija loiuf 
doy'»W\)rk, aiKl had rcUrod inslrUcU 

ijng bin wife lo aruusi- liim at B In or- 
der-. lOrofi able huii to meet an early 
(•nglgjrmeiil. While hi- was prep.ir- 

[iMK for breakfast lie fell dead. l)o- 

leeaaed is .survived by lii» wife, Iw.i 
liulf brothers, li. I.. Ciirlock, y){ Hyck , 
SpriuK, (■»■. anil Herbert Dulliin, of 
(•.hickamaUKa, and mw half Hister, j 
Mms Juha Carlock, of Uock Siiring. \ 
,'unerul servlei's were held rroin 
Ihe rhapel of J. H. Waiiii .V txm 

'.Monday aflenioon, eoiidiiiled by 
lliv. '1'. A. Morgan. Inlrriiieiit took 
pliue at Chiekaiiiauga cemrlmy. 

LOWE-IIA.MILTON^ ; >" 

'I'hu many friends hero of MIsi Ja-. 
nie Ixiwo, will 1)0 interested lu the 
aiinouiiceinent of her iiiarrlage, to- 
day. Thursday, July 31BL, Lo Mr..I. A. 
Hanillton, of Chatlanoogn. Follow- 
ing Is the foruiLl card: Mr. and 
Mrs. W. I). Luwo aiinounco the en- 
gagement and marriage of their 
daughU'r, Jaiiie, to Mr. 1. A. Hamil- 
ton, ThuPHday nflernooii July 31sU 
1910, at Chattaiinuga, 'lenn. 



1-44 



I ill 11 1 1 \ - \-\ " \ 11 I I -H^ 

I Married BaturtUy nigtit, Honry | 
Iwbeelcr and Mluf Florence Hill. Wo 
wish Ibom • long and happy Jouru- 
ey througli life. . I 



A happy marriage Baturday even- 
'liig was that of Mi«R I'lorenee Hill of 
iwest l-aKayclle to Henry Whoelcr 
lof ChnlUiiooK'i llev. I. H. I.eonanl 
!lied tl.n nupUal knot at Iuh home in 

llie preHeiice if a group of frioniM 
I The yf)UciK l-eoplr are wi-U-known 

and popular vn.l ar.' warmly eon 
I'jratulaled. 



AUGUST 8, 1019. 

A. H. NEAL ANSWERS 
THE LAST SUMMONS 



WA.S LIKI>r.(»\(. .Mi:\llli:il »)K 

MKiiiom.sr cm ucii. ,\ s\\- 

."lO.V AM) (O.NKKDKHATK 
VI-nKll.V.\ 



A. 11. .Ni'al (liril al hl3 liomo oil 
Soiilb Ma^ii Mtieel la.st Thursduy af- 
loniooii al 5:3(1 o'cloclx, afler a iin- 
geruig illniis.H of omm- lliteo months. 
W. (he lime of his death ho was ill 
ihi.-t .•(evi-nly-iiiiith jcar. 

Survivinn tho iloeea.-n-il i^ a wulow, 
'Miiee Moiis \V. I', ami ,\. I'. .NiniI, of 
(u'oeii IIii.hIi aiiil .1. C. .NimI ol Daltmr j 
Iwo .hmghliT.i .Mr> W IV lllaek- 
well. ol loi-.Mi lliisli aihl Mis, .Mallio 
Moll It of Diilldii. 

Mr ,\imI early in hie was eoiivi-i L- 
eil and joined Ihe .Methodiiil. ehuivh 
l.'iMil hvod a eousiTiali'd ('.liiiNliaii lifu 

iiiiihl Ihe Olid. He, lllleil pr ii-iil 

I'liiri's III till' eliuroli, being a miiii- 
1)11 of )rarH auperinlendi'iil of tlin 
Sunilay Hilioal, and wan for forly- 
_ll\i' years a memlii'r of the lioaid of 
sirwiinls. Ill- was an honorary iiiom- 
, hrr of till- l.oiinl of sl.-warils of llin 
'|mi al .Mi'lhoilisl I'lnir.'li iil. III.' Iiiiie 
of Ins ili-parliiri'. Ilr was also u 
iiii'iiibi'i of the Miisonii' fralfiiiily. 
anil was a Coiifi'ileiali- srirran iiml 
Hi'ivr.l llir.niKlii'ut lliii four yi'ais' of 
war III Mm- Sivlirs. , 

I'liririal si'iviri-s wurn hilii from 
Ihr i'li-asant Mill .M.-l lioilml rhurrli/ 
111 U'l'sl Aiiiiiirlwi', Saturday aflrr- I 
noon al 'I o'clock, eoiidiieli'il by Ins 
pastor, llev. A. K. Henlt. in Ihe pros- I 
enee of a largo coiicoiirso of Horrow- 
iiiK relativrs and frirndH. Intermont 
follosved ill Ihi' I'leasnnt Hill gll^ve- 
lyiiril. near tliii gravs of bin mollirr 
and falhiT Many L.-anliful lloi al of- 
IfiTlmfs wiTi' I'-lbiiri'i rioiii ri'lalU'-M 
ll.iiil In. 'lids. I 

In II,.' p ••, lilt,- ..I lliis i:...Uy man. 

I,.' .•lll.ivll |..-».'s ..M" ..I ils 111. .si .1.'- 

\..l.'il iiil.'n. II. ■■ . ...iiiMiinily on.' 

..f il s b.sl rill/. 11-. truly a good 

:ii.in lias (,'oni'. | 



AUGUST 8, 1919. 



AUGUST 15, 1919. 



IIII.I.-UIIKKI.KII. 

Miit^ KloriMico Hill uikI Cliiin. Ilnii- 
rv WlicrlrT MUX"' 'l"'''">' "I'lrrlcil 
Hylurcliiy rveiiliiH Bl Mini' n'l.ldck at 
III.- Iioiiio of III" lli-v. I. rt. r-<-')nanl. 

'J'lir only ullr.inluiiln wtiro MUn 
.l»ula M«o WiIu'Iii, of l^al-uy'lln. 
r<Mmlii of III.- Iirldo, aniJ Mimh Noll" 
Kljmbolli Miirrluiiil. of CliuLliinoofpt, 
riMinlii iif tlio (jrixiiii. 

Tlip lirido wore n ilr'-H'* of blun 
KTOrgi'lIn, niiii *liili' lint »m.I KJipiiorif 
l<i inalrli. 

, Mm. Wli.-.;lnr li IIm- ui.lv .I.iiikIiI<t 
jof Mr •n<) Mrs. I). \V. Krowii niid -.t. 
On« of I.aKnyrl tf'fl m«n[ allrnrlK'^ 
yoiiiiK lailioK. 

Mr. U'licpiT IK formerly of I^- 
I'ayrtii-. Iml is now In ('.liallanoofrit. 
riMiiloyi'il Willi Ui(> ChallanooKa 
ItHilwiiy A I.JMia Co. 

.AfliT a Iwii wci'kii" lioncyiiiiioiiviR- 
iliiiif rclaliv.'^ Ilif young rou|ilf will 
tx' fil tlirlr lioiiii- in (^haltnnooipt. 
I Tim many frumild anij rolativrs 
wikIi llii'iii a Ions, liaiipy aii<t |iro*- 
(..T'liN joiirnpy llcrouch lifn 
, TIllMK. 



ONE MURDER CASE 
AT AUGUST term' 



•IH-i- -HI-H-I-H-r • I - I -I- H -I- -i-I' 
•i- 

•«• IIK.II I'OIM' Vj 

1- * -i- 

\SV ;.iv s..iiy I" '■'■'""■^ I'"' '''■■'"' 
„f I, III.' AliTiii Hays. II." <liuiKlil<T ..f 
Ml- ai.-l Mi-< lliiini. Hays. Wc i-\- 
U-n.l ..in- sympathy U'. Ilu; home. 
j « Alio «»r TIIA.Mi.S. 
I ■1Iii..iikIi llo- M.--.H.-iii;.r w.- wish 

l.i-C.\|.r.--<i 1 11 fin-iiiN ..111- .Miiii-.T.' 

II. links nil. I ii|i|ii'.-irali.iii r..r llioir 
V-iM|.:ill.v an. I :i.-l|. fiiiniiK III.- ill- 
IK'S-. nil. I ill I!..' .I.'iilli i.r .'.II I>.<Im\.-<I 

li.i-<l.aii.l iiiiil ^lalli.-r. .1 U I , Sr.. 

alHo fill' III.- h.'.iiiliriil ll'>.';.l liil.iil.- 

pn-M.-iil.-.l al his r inl. Mrs .1 \V, 

1,.-.-. Sr. .1 W I..-.-, Jr, Mrs. i: IJ 
.llall. Mrs. I II li-otU-r. 



or WAI.KKIl SITKUIOH COl'*" 

IJ. L. 
WHICH i;().\vi-;.m;.s .\i;.\t mtU- 

u.\\—TuimEi:s niis(>.M-;ns 

IN CODiVrV JAM, 



1 h.- Walk.-r suiM-rii.r .'..iirL \mII 
l..linall> ..|i.-ii iir\t .M..111I11) iii.iriiinK ' 

jh.r III.- .\UK..-.I I. -nil. vmIIi .In. Inn 

! W i.>;lil |.i.--i.hii^;. A hiiK.- iiuiiil..'i' 

l.il i\\ il 1 a.--.-^ a|.|..-ai i.ii llii- .■al.-ii.lar. 

I.--1I.I a h.a\> . riiiiiiial hiisiii.-ss i> ' 
lpi..iiiis.-,l. I hi i-.- \\.-.ks' III i',.iiil ai.- 
-, h.'.l.il.'.l 1,. .l.-ar 111.- .l.i.U.-L. I 

! .lu.lt-.- hull. ..I . .■.lail..\Mi will ' 

111. --I. I.- M..ii,l.,v nl II..- s.-.- I u.-.-K. ' 

.Iii.Im.- W I lul.l I. .11.1: .li-..|ii.ilill.>.| 111 
■.■\. .,il ,•.,-.. .I.I.1--.NU i.^hl u.ll .1, I 
.... .I.I.Ik,' Ii u III al i;.-,l. 111. IWII, Ail 

v\ ilii. ■--.■.- II i.ii.il . ..-,-, ai .■ Hill.. 

Ill .1 ii'.l I" ai'ii.'.ki M.'ii.la\ ..I lli.- 

- 11.1 \M'.'I.. I.iil III.' : I III. I ..| .1 ,;ii: 

11, il . as.'N ^mII I. .-cm I n.-Ml.i> ..I lli.- ' 
M-.-..11.I u.-.-k ..I ...iiii. /^ J 

I .\iii..iiK Ih.' |.r.. mill. -Ill .'I'll ..I . 

'.'.1,-i-s I.. .'..111.- ii|. I.. I 11 i.il al Ihi-, 
I. -nil, IS Ih.il .il 111.- .-^I.ii.- M-1S.1-. W 111 

I' "II-. is .11 l-iil . Ii.ii;-.-.! Willi lli.- 

ii;,ii.|i-i ..I I'lank r..r|.'i. I'i-..|ial.i v 
Nils .as.- mil I..- Il (.-.I '1 11. •-.!..> 
III. .riling: ..I Ih.- -..-.' I \\.'.-l.. a... I 

'will . I. .1.1. 11.'^- .Irii» a l.iix.' iiiiiiil..'i 

'ill i-ih/.i.^ ill II..- .'...inly h.i .- I..1 llin 

'h i.il 

I I h.-i .' .11'.' Iliii I. -.-II |.ris..ii.-rs ill 111.- 
.'...iiil> i.iil .-l.'v.-ii t\liil.'s aii.l Iwi. 
1..-KI M.-M. a»ailiiiK li'i.il .11 III.- I..n..\\^ 
ii-i; iliMiK'-s Miir.l.-i. l..|-M.-i>. Iiii - 
I'.'ii^ an. I I. IIS. j. -am. -an. .IS. | 



IIAI.T/.KCAU— II.KY 

riii- ami.>iiii.'.'iii.-iil .if III.- iiiar- 
|-iiii;r of .Miss .N.-llii- ll.-y aii.l Mr. C-- 
i-il I la II /..Till-, .luly I'.llh. Ill llii- shi.ly 
>.| lli'\. .1. 1:. I'lilly in l'.hall:ili<,>.iKa. is 
..I' iiil.-r.>sl I.I ihi- many fni.-nils ..f 
Ihr 'hi-i.li-. who IS wi-li-kiiown m Ih.- 
foiinly. 

I Til.- l.rt.l.- IS III.- .luin-hl.T of Mr; 
in.l .Mrs. IIoIh'|-I ll.-y, ami is |io|iiilar 

|\^llll :i Willi- rii-fh- of fii.'ii.ls. wliili? 
(In- Kriioni is n in'oniisiim yoiinn Ims- 
iiii'ss man of Toxiis. 

Mr. anil Mis. lliiH/.->.-ai- ar.- al I1..111- 
III llii-ii- frirn.ls in Chiilliino.iKa. 

iwlirii- Ihi-y will i-i-siili'. \\v 



AI)MI.M.STI{ATf)If.S KAI.i;. 

(irorKiii. Wiilk.-r Cnmly.- 

, A|i|ili(-alii.n having 1 11 mail.- 11 

'iliK- foiin til havi- .1. .\. TiK-k.T a;.- 
'[Kiinl.-il u.lmiiiiHlral.ir ij|.iiii tlu- i-s- 1 
il.-ili- of Mrs. S. A.Tiii-lii-r. lat.- of sa..| ' 
[cdiiiily. .!(-(-. -.-im-il. not II-.- is hi-r.-h-. 
Kivi-ii Ihal said !i|i|ilti-ali'.n will l..- 
Iiass.-.l iijx.n al my olllr.- on lli<- llrsi 
M.iii.lay ill .-'•(. Irmh'-r, ii'-.xl. <;iv(-.ii 
iiinl.-r my liaml an. I olllrial sifiialiir.- 
Ihis AiiK. I. i;)i;t. 

W. I.. S-I'A.\SI-:i.I.. Or.linaiy. 



•:• I \i AM in;. It 2. 

j V -h 

I t"j-i-;- •K-:-i-;--i-:-!-!-i"i- -j-i-Hi- 

I I. Tn I.. Mr. .-.]. \.i- \ 1'., I .'I'.-i 
I'll \ii-- S .1 lin.- Iilll-' '.nl 



urrn./t.s oi" dismi.s.sion 

i.-nrtia, W'alk.-r Cniiily ; 

W r W. .•<. .My.-rs. Kiiai.liaii ..I 1 
lam.-s aii.l Jiaisy Ul-Vir.-ll. ha- 
|.||.'il 1.1 llii? iin.li-rsi^m-.l |..|- I. 
1.1 'lisiiiission. from .sanl ^-iiai- 
-hii. .\..lir.f IS h.i-.-l.y ;.-i\.-ii II 
u ill pass oil sal. I appliral|..ii ai 

..|li.'.- Ill l.al-'.iy.Jjiv^s-aM I il.> 

II..- lir-l. Moinliiy in S.-pl.-mli.-r, 
iH\.-ii iiinli-r my han.j an. I oil 
simialiir.-. Ihis Aii^-. 1, I'.ll'.i. 

V J ^.. '^-ii''-l- <h-.lmai 



AI).\II.\I.srilATOIf.S SAI.i;. 

I'M-.i-Kia. Walk.-r Coimly: 
I l!y Ml I 111- ..I an ..nl.-r fi..m llo- 
Coiirl orui-.lmary. will I..- sol, I jM-f,,,,- 
111.- r.iiii-l ||.,i|..- .1.11,1- in III.- Iiiwn ..| 
Lai a\.-ll.-. -ai.l «lal.- an. I .•-.imly 
,\mMiiii III- l.'val h...i|s ,,f saj.-. I., lli.- 

:hip I an. I li.--l hi. 1. 1. -I- f..|- ,'.,,|,, II, -. 

I l..||..\MiiL- .|.-si-i'i|i.-.| pi-,,p.-ru I..VMI j 
j .Ml ..r Ih.- .s.,ii||, hair ol I.. I .,r lan I I 
iliiiinl..,-i' ■.•I'.i, ,-\.-,-p| . i |. ■ I, ,111- ail I I 
..111.- half a. I'.- Ill Ih.- s..iilh.-a^l f>, . 
[iH-r. il.'.v rih.-.l a- l..ll..ws; i;.,iii. , 
nn-iii-im.' al lln- -..nl li.-iisl i-,,i-n.<r ami ; 
rimiimi: iiorlli ah-iix ..|-ii.'ni;il lm<- i.'. 
ro.ls: lli-n.-.- wi-sl I1-. r...ls; Ih.-n,-.- 
sonih ;.-, rods lo 'u-iunial liri.-; IliPiiriv 
i-asl li'i roils iilotiK of-JKinal Im.- lo Ii.-- j 

T — I 

LETTEUS OK AD.MIMSI IIATION. 

Gcorgin, Walkrr County: 

Applicalion Imvlnc h<-<-n mad"? In I 
duo form lo liavo .Mrs. Mmtm- (i. 
Warrt-nfrlls appninli-d admmislrH- 
IrlT lilinn th<; rsLlti! of .1. W. Dav.Mi- I 
dcr, laic of said cminly. .h-.'-as.-.l 
nolicp is lion-hy Ki\<'" "'"•- "='"' '"'' 
pllr.alion will Im priss.-d upon al my 
onici- oil Ui<- Mrsl Mon-lay in S.-pl.-m- 
bfr. iii-xl. Ciyi-n uml'-r tny lian.l an.l 
Clllrial siKnalurn, this Auk. V H'l'J. 
\ \V. I.. Kl-ANSI-;l.I.. Or.linary. 




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I.KTTKIIS OK ADMIMSTIl ATIO.V 

Cldirni-'i, Walker Couiily; 

Appliciliipn liiiviin: li-'i'ii (iiiiiln in 
dm- fMrin In liavi- II K. Ji.liiiioii ap- 
|i(imli'il ailiiiiiii^li ::!■ ,■ ii|iiiii lln- i'm- 
lul« iif .Mr.K. II. .1. .loliii.tiiii. lain of 
uniil niiinly. iNrrcamMl, ihiIiit is Ihtc- 
by kI\'-ii llial *■>> I :i|iiiIhmIi'<ii uill 
ho piistCil iipnii :i| my on lln- Hi'.i 
Mnnil.iy Ml Si'pli-iiiliiM-. iii\l. <.|\i'n 
uiiiliT my lian<l ami ullnial Nimi.iliiif. 
Ilii.x Am:. I. I'.iHi. 

\V. I.. .SIASSKI,!., Oi.lmaiy. 



^-I-l-I-I-I-l-l-I"I-:-H-I-> -H-I-r j 
.{. \vi:si i.i:i;. ' •!• 

J.,. ,t„T.i_i_t-i..;->-l-I-l- l-l-'-l- -I-t 

^ * l.lUl Wc.'Us l,.-ll.T. I 

II.. I. Yi.iim; .•rlrl.n.lc.l 111-* MXl"-lli| 
bullHhiy last rri.lay Willi rliil.ln-n.j 
KinmlrliililnMi nml wn-al Kniipl r.liil- 
ftjini. 'rii.Tr w.-r.- !.ix di.l.lnM. an.l 
lAv.-lvi' Kniii(lcl>il'lr.-n. an.l <ni>- 1 
i:ic»l Kl-aiiil iliil'l incsrul. | 



AUGUST 22, 1919. 



IN MLAHJia oi .1. V\. i.A\l.\ii:..,| 

\\ luMoa.s'. Ill liiimaii I'Miiis |.> i-m, i 
ili.lJM. j im l i i, iii ,- . s an rmn U.!.. .ii i .t- 
ii't:ilirall wliirli il.Mliiri'!< u veil ii - 
I«fi'H II- .'111,1 111,. |,.,si ;iii,l lumini;'- J 
us Willi III,' |,.is| .1^ I,, In, 1111,1, :,i'!'\- , 
il>, aiiiX 

Wlll'I'.'Il'f, ll.';ilh> ,.. (I'lll |,;,|„| I,-.. ' 

;.mrln'.l mir li.'|..\,'.| jin'snliMil. i i- | 
V' nri'i'ii Cav.Mi.liT. :,i„| |,;,.s c^ui-- ,| 
rniiii us his '111' :iii.| his | ,|,wv i-: . ' 

(M'l^ llli'll^ll I,,.-* i'niir;,^;,.,,||s -il.." 

iiiali'li i'>s mil 1 -tiri- \\:\< tui n ,,. .n ' 
iiiil>-li|i|r inipi'i'ss l<'v ^.luil. ami ■..> 

Wliolcstinirly |||,'ri'|i\ i',piip| r.l IS 

nml luir jiinIiIuIimii liir iiinri' I'Mlrh-nl 
.sri'\ n'l', ami, 

Wlii'i'.'as. \M- r,..i|,/,. a, i,,, „,,|.|^ ' 
I'Uils lifi'i'. Ill' ii'Miaiii'* Willi ns ill in- ' 
!liHMn'f. lliiMn:li vm- muss lii.-t al.-il 
mill ralh.'ily ailvii'i'.s. w.- Iln' im.i-,. ' 
ili'lilni'i- Ins ciiiii^- aihl .',.,il.l wi-ar iho ' 
ri'i'pi' fi.i- mm,' mimi-i' nm.iIIiiIj lliaii 
fur mil' ili-pailiiT li i.'ii.i. ami. j 

WliiT.'a-. Ill-, hli- wiiM rliaiai'li'i'. 

"'•'I as Ih,' lyi v,.|,l,,r uliM \..|. I 

1,'iiilly aiirl iim|i|\ u.Mi' III.' Liay. In- 
livi'il wi'M as a r ipt.iin .i| mi'ii. m- 
.lii>li'\ ,'111. 1 liimi.iii ,'illiiM .< I 

rii'Ti'l ■<:■ 1.,' Il r. -,.h,.,|. II,;,! u,. ' 
plai-r a i-a,,' .ii ,.ui- iiiiinil,' |„, .K I,, 
Ills im'm..|-y ami lli.' i,i,,.| -,'i,,., ,mi- ; 

appriTLiiiMM .■! ■ li,-.ii|s Cii |,i> 

I In.'" II. n- III I,;.' ami ur >■,. 

'■'•'I l"'i I -. "'■ nils- In, II ami wil 

n.'v.'i- r.M-,' |.. xaliir Im,,. ; 

W I' tin. '.I a .i.p.x li.'n',,r I.,' rum- ' 
:.-lii',| Ills I'l'laliM;- ,is a pari i-xpris- ,' 
siiin iif ,,iir lu'.'n'l,.\.' ami appr.-ica- . 
Imii iif limi. llimiKli ,|,'alli rallcl , 
liini. Ill' will I'vii- |ui. : 

Mi.sl ii'-p,',-||i,||\'. 

■I xMi;."; i;. iius.sku. ' 

i:. i;. <;ii.iii:iir. 

•I. W. IIOl.l.A.Mi. ' 

.1. A. i.iMKiiiiiiiK;!.;, i 

O. r. .-SIM.MONS. 
liiiv, l,,is Wallvcr C.iiiily llaiili. 



! I.N .MKMOUY 

I Till- (Iralli or Sislcr .Sallio IluHlr 
lias liniiiKliI ,;rirf ami sailm'SS inln 
IliM licnrts (if lirr many frirmls ami ■ 

Iri'lnliv PH. Wlip _wai_ Ixiui. J uly_l-tli^ 
IHwr>. Shi" Kavfi lii-r lioarl to Clirifit 1 
nn>l Jiijiiril llio llnpliKl cliurcli nl 
I'lcasanl <ini\c. (;iiaU<MiKn coiinly^ 

[nl. Ilio nK"' nf llflorn. Slip innvod lirr | 
FiiPintKTAlilii til ChallooKa cliurrli in 
lUM, wlirrp It ri-niniiiod until liiT ' 
ilpnili. I 

Sill' liivi'il luT ,\lnslrr nnrl wan q1- 
wnyn rrnily In do linr part in cliiirrli 
mill Siinilny school; rIip proved lier 
fnilh hy her works. She was in ile- 
rliniiiK henllli for rpiite nwliile and 
Hiilfcred n ureat deal, hut she hore 
her .^nilrtiiin with (Christian pndeiu'c 
nml met deall, Iriuniphnnlly and no 
doiilil <lie Weill to enjoy the inlieri- ' 
tanre of llie s^nils. ' 

While Ihe family. Iln- rliurrh and 
nil of liei- loved ones feel keenly the 
joss wliirh lliey iiisUm by liiT ' 
denth. Ihey should he eoiisoled hy ; 
the assurance II, .it their loss Is her' 
(rain. Hisler Itiisli wa.s hurled in Ihe' 
rniie'ery »l Itelliei chureli Decriii- | 
hor mill. IIMH, Hev. I. a l.ponanl 
preai'hiiu; Ihe funeral. 

llesolved. That we extend In llie 
hrreaved fnndly our hcnrtfelt syni- 
pnlhy. prnyiiiK (iod to ilirecl Ihein in 
ull their wnyn. 

And Hint a copy of lliis ineiiiorial 
be liiMcrllied upon our ehiircli rec- 
nriU.-Mrs. ,M. I). C.aKlo. Mrs. C. \V. 
Asbwortli, r.oniniUlcp. 



IN Mr.MOIlY OK KI.IIKU \VAIJ.\( I. 

The aiiKel of (lenlh enlered mir 
'home Nov. lllli. HUH ami called rroin 
us iiiiiM our dear hrollier. Kliler. 
I lie was horn July fi. IlKVJ, had mily 
lived wilh us n shod lio^e of H^ >i'ars 
when (iod culled him home In heiiv- , 
rn. . ! 

Killer was such n kind ami IomiiK; 
l.oy Hint lliose who knew linn liiicn- ^ 
eti lo love him. II was sad to say, 
(iooilhye lo dear brother, hul tiodl 
kliow.s all IhiiiK* hesl ami we know I 
he is Ihrinmh will, Ihe trnuhles of 
this life. AllhoMKli we leali/e we 
can't rail liin, hack lo us. hul thank j 
Cml. we can ,;>> to hini in n heller j 
world llian this, where there will he | 
uo more pnrlni>;s. but whPre all will | 
lie joy mill luippini'RS forever. 

OI, how we fnlsn donr Kliler, tho 
wo musl weep not for our loss is 
his eternal Kain. 
\ precioiifl one from u» hns K>ino, 

A voire we loved U »till, 
A i»tnce is viicnnl in our homo. 

Which never cnn bo llllwl. 
HIei'p on dear hrotlur you »ro al rosL, 
The Master called tboe homo, llu 
knowi'lh besl. 

Wrilleii hy a (lister, 
.MUS. JAMKS 11. CAMl'IlKl.l.. 



AUGUST 22, 1919. 
.; — "• ''^' 

IN MKMOKY. 

- II WIS on Itm lOtli of I"<b.. lUlO, 
Ihal tlin heavy, ilark cIoihIm of 1)C- 
rcavcmoiil rnr.irrli'il I In- Iwniiij of oiir 
friomi, ]l. .1. llol)(T»oii. U wan lli<! 
swcol, Kfiitle npiril of IiIm loviiiK 
conipaiiiori lluil wiiiri-iI'IU lUglil lo 
(iod, wlio Kovo il. ShP. nfl^T a liar<l 
ulriiKRli' HKnlnMl llin invanion of Uml 
Krrat dpiilli dcaliiiK plaKin'- SpaiiinU 
Iiilluniza. wliich cl.ilinnl IIh vI<-Iiiiu 
hy tlin llioii«an<l. heard III" call ol 

.JcBiiR. "Ciiiiie up hiKli^r "'"' ' w'" 
pivo llioo roBl." 

»hP wns Iho daiiKhler of Mr. and Mru, 
B. 1). Carter, of Lal-ayetlle, (Jft. Her 
mother liavlng iirerocdiHl licr to hor 
hr»venly home hy a (ipare of six 
yPttPH. Slio wnn l^prn Kch. IVLh, )By\. 
She was married In Mr. U. i. Hohur- 



t9srTtxxfJif^y»^^ 



T. i. WOI\SIIAM"S DEATH 

, XHMB-UNEXrrXTEDCY" 

Lycrly, Aug. 18.— '1'. J. Wori'ham, 
ropreieiilalivi! from ChallooKa rovm- 
ly in the ceneral assiimhly and one 
(if Ihe itiosi wnh'ly known nn<l inllu- 
enliul tili/ens of Ihe eonnly. died iil 
his home al llollnnd. Use nnhM 
••oiilheasl ofl.yerly. Similiiy moi-n- 
niK. Ill li ii'i-lock. iifler MiilVeniiK an 
.illiii'k of atMile iiidii:e.«lJoii. 

Mr. Worshaui liii.s for many yi-ar? 
hei-il a leadlim- ll»;iire in poliliiMl rjr- 
cles III litis i-oimly. lie seiveil as 
slieric for seviMiil years and hud 
.— •rved one leiio iis ieiireseiilali\'e 
from (his eonnly and had jiisl imi- 
leieil iiponli his serond term. 

Ills death, whieh eaioe so iine\- 
ledly |o 111" immiinheii'd fro'iids 



son on »<Mit. mil, 11K«. and to' them hi,|-,nmi„„ii ii,,s seelion, wan a tsieal 
two aweet llllln \fM\ Kannili l.«u l;^|„„.|,_ m,.. Wi.rsham liaviim on .Sat- 



urday alteniled ,\ llsh fry, loxelhiT 
wilh a nuniher of friemls. ami lie 
was in line sidrils. SurviviiiK are his 
wife, Iwo sons and three damihters 

I'uiieral servii-es were eonihietid 
this afternoon from tin* New llo|ie 
eliureli, llev. John A. Seymour, of 
l.yerly. olUeialinK. InlermeiiL wii* 
in Ihe chiirehyanl. 

.lud^e llarper Hamilton, Hon, Jan. 
W. Hale and Dr. \h\ Saussure, with 
Hon. JoliM .N. Holder, speaker of the 
House, aleniled the funeral, mnkiiiK 
tlie trip from Home hy nulomohile. I 



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and Mlnnln Ilulh, BKca now nine anil 
oiKlil, res|ipctiv(ily, were Kiven to 
Kladilen llirlr home. 

iNino yi-ara bko nhe aeeepled Christ 
hR her personal Hnvtnur and licrnme 
a momlier of Nijoml llnptlst rliurrh. 
to which' ulin remalnivl loyal and 
true lo the end. 

NearliiK only the Iwenty-llflli ye:ir 
of her life when IomI nille.l hue, we 
are made In wcmdi-r why it was lliiil 
Millllie eoiild not hove lived niiiny 
yimra yel to exert thai sweel, Kenllo 
ililUionee. so ehnraelerislic of her, 
and esperially. thai her dear lilHe 
Cirls inlKlit husk in a fond mothers 
love anil rereive that moral and splr- 
iial IrainliiK Ql a lime v.'li('.n II means 
ao.'nnicli lo them. Yet, we iln not 
gueslion the will of Him, who doctli 
all thliiKH wnll. 

In the home, she was a devnted 
wife and molher. In the cuiiimunl- 
ly Jn which she lived, no hnUer 
neJKhbor could he found, ever ready 
and willliiK lo adminlsler lo Ihu nick 
and KufTerinK around her. 

In p'inK to her reward, slin loavi-H 
hrliind, Itesiden her immeiliale fniil- 

tly,' her fallier, three hroUicm, lUn 

aialers, and a host of frinmU lo 

mourn her deiiorlure. Our lonn l.^ 

her eternal Ka'n. She is now liask- 

Inir In the sweet sunliKhl of heaven 

and will nuver more know sorrow 

and sndncsd. Then, lei us not Krieve 

after her. hut how in huiiihle suh - 

mlsilon lo Our Heavenly Kather, 

who alone e»n romfort and heal hro- 

krn lieartK, 

Therefore, He II resolved. Thai wo 

lender to Ihe entire family our ileep- i • ' 

pel aympalhy and love in llieir great 

aorrow, and commend them lo Je.sus, 

who la ever ready lo siiea^ peace lo 

IhP Inmliled so\il. 

. Becond. Thai a place in ourchiirch 

reconl he dedicated to hiT memory. 
■ Thai Hiia memorial In' inililishi»<l am! 

' n rnnv he itlven her . lyiilinnd ;ini 



, rOMS— 000D80N 

A marriafco of lntnrc«l to Iholr 
many friends in the county, was Itiai 
of Aug. 4lh, al nosivllle, of Mr. M. 
F Popn and Mrs. Josephine Ooodson, 
both of Vlllanow, The cnromony w»s 
impressively said by KsQulrs AJlxirl 
Ellis al his omcc al Rossvlllc. TIip 
married couple Imineillsloly lofl for 
Iheir homo at, Vlllanow, where Ihey 
are now al home UHticlr friends. 



. HINEY-8K11EN. ' 

Mr. unil Mrs. J. K. Henry nf Heau- 
monl, IQa, announce Uio cinfaK«»»«"*' 
end aiioroachlnjt mirrlsRO of'UikW- 
diugjlltr. Eva Dclllali, lo Mr. Earl'. 
giemciJU Bkeen, of 'V^Ubamlf* -"rKtr 
cerctf\9nr will Uko pl»co ftet>t*mW«f 
tlMl at Vhree o'clock p. m. »l Uiclr 
home,'' I « T 



.\ll.ss i;\ii llciir.\ llrlde 

or .»lr. I;hi1 .Sl.erii of Ahihiima 

A wed.liiiK of louili inlercsl lo a 

wide ciiilo ol trieiiils in holh tioor- 

l^iu an. I .Maluuiia look place al Ihe 

jiioiiif ol Mr. and Mr«. J. K. Honry, 

near llin»;>;"ld. tin., Monday after- 

lU'on. Se|il. I, at three oelock, when 

jlluiir daUKliler, Kva Delila. l.ccatiie 

the lirlde of Mr. Karl Clcmenls 

keen. llev. Harlow MclMirluUd in.-.- 

fcrmed tlie ceremony in lliu pres- 

onco of n laice numhor^of friends 

unit rolatnes. 

Mendelssohn's NVe<\iJhiK March was 
lilnyed hy .Miss llojo liuncon of 
li'hullunooKa, iia thrt hr:,:e lUurKiodiii 
ei.teritl the room toKethor. Tnu 
homo was ImnulifuHy decurated wilh 
t'oldun rodit, vines and palms. Tlio 
KUPSlj* were-'rereived at the duor by. 
Miss lilad/s Henry and Miss Hum | 
I'orler, I'imsins of the bride, and i 
shown Into Ihe dining room, wlicru 
Ihe many beauliful weildiiiK Kill» of 
silver and cut Kh'!<» "i"' ''"•'" "''"' 
oisplayed. Pmi.h was served by Miss 
Alum Skeen, sislcr of Ihe urooin. 

The bride was allracthely Kowmd 
m a traveliiiK suit of blue hroad- 
elotll Willi hr.l and accessories lo 
.match. Shi- carried while hrnle I'osis 
with fern. 

I Mrs. ^kl■en comes of a |iroiiimenl 
|\nd well-lo do lamily I'f Norlli tieor- 
l^m and IS a lovable and chnrmliiB 
iy.ninK wiimiui. Mr. Skeen is a voiy 
l|>(i|iular and promisuiK young ma" 
and hoi. Is a responsible position with 
pwiglil MfK. Co., in •Alahuma City, 
I Ala. 

I .Mr. nnd Mrs. Skeen left Immo^dialo- 
lly after the ceremony for u shon. 
Iwi-ddliiK trip and in a few days will 
ibe al home lo their many friends In 
j Alabama City, who wish llni young 
e.Miple much liai>pincss und suocoss 
■intholr fulvirc. 

i The oul of town guesU were Mrs. 
..Minnie Alsohrook and son of lUng- 
jKi.ld, Miss l.illian Young and Miss 
' AliiJi.:»iM:eii uf ,\labaiuu,. Dl, \\. H. 
,|',)IU, Mr. Ii'imI I'orler. Miss ll.iso 
j Marie Duncan ami Miss Uoiinio Mor-, 
Li'.n of ChuUunooga. xxx "| 



152 



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SEPTEMBER 10, 1919. 



IIAMII.rilN— IIVIIIIIS 

A iii:irii;n,'r lliuLwIll ihI'mimI inniiy 
u.iH lliut SaliiMl:iy in liliall.iii'M.kM nf 
.Mi-H .MiiiKiin-t. Klr/.alit'lli Jl.iiiiilloii. 
-iiilv ilailKhliT i.f Alfrr.l Sli.nliT 
lliiiiiilloii, i>f lloriic, to KUK'-Iii; lllc'illil 
illiirns, Jr., iif .Miicuii. lim wnMiiiK 
wiiH (|iiirlly crl'-liniLoil in lli': Umw 
I.f Mr». Ilolicrl I'lir.ti', Jr, \.U>- liruli^'o 
;<'fiiinin, llcv. l/<)urlng (;iiiik iii-ifniin- 
iiiK llio nupLiiil t<(;rvici) in llic' imn- 
|rnt<! of itnniuiliuto ri^lalivr.i. AfliT ii 
, motor Inii Mr. ami Mr«. Ilarrin will 
T'-ni'lo in Macon, where Uin groom, a 
'•on of Mm. Mary Ayurs Jlnrris, it 
jiopula boLh in l)U8inos« anJ Boticly. 



nEV. W. T. CAnit. DIED 



•■' v: 



LAyr sATuno.w, aged 88 

llcv. W. T. I'ark, DBod 8a, diod ff»U" 
unlay ut Uio homo of his «on, u;'A-y 
I'ark, on ^^o fllngifold road, oflcr a^ 
lingt^rlng lllnoss of to/oral wc6its, .< 
Mr. I'nrk w8» & minlsUjf of Iholiap*^' 
list church fop Jnore tU«n Afty fofth*. ■ 
ivaa a Confedaralo ■ voloi'aa • wids • ^' 
niombcr of Iho Masonic fratornjl/. 
ITib drcoased Is survivod by eight':' 
cblldrcn, ens brother and four «lh\' 
Icrs. l■^lnn^Bl icrvloeii wera lifcld;^ 
bunday otMl o'oIock'Wnduetwl'by;,, 
nova. W. 0. Tallonl andT. R. U«rdltv.'. 
al tho Doynton Uaptlit churoh^'')ia'. 
tlio pfcaonoo of a largo conoou|so of' 
rclatlvos and frlnndi. iDtorinenl fol- ', 
lowed In the Doynton irr»vey5rd. , .' 



MHS. 6RI-FIIH SUCCUMBS 
AFTtR LINGEBING ILLNESS 

I'liM iu'w.-< (if \.\m: (iciiii; last Fiiiluy 
ufloriiodii. of Mrj. J. T. CiriniUi, nl 

l'"''" ''< I III Kast Aniuirlioc, nflcr a 

liiiK'Ting iliiiirsM of iiioru tliaii a your, 
will Imi n-iid with profcniiul ri'gri^. 
I At llio liiim of licr ilcalli, tho do- 
ccBgfil wuD 71 yearn of agu. J-'or 
ninny yenra nliu wn.? a faithful and 
con,>)CcrnlL'd member of Iho Uaptlst 
cliureh, and was loved for hor kind 
(lueds and alts of luvo. 
' Hurviving her bcniilus her lil^stun'' 
is one Bl.itcr, Mrs. K. I. r. Choypq;- ^ 
' Kuneinl «ervice.i were hold Sun- 
day mmiiing at II o'eUick, from llio 
Eajil Aniuichcii Uaptlst churph, In 
llm presence of a Urge concoufso of 
rclalivert and frieud.'i, ciinductod by 
llcv. M. I-. Keith, of Tuskeogoi, Aln, 
» nephflw otUio tlcccnseil. Six Mbcr 
uuphowH ai-.tcd as pallbcBrora: Intor- 

'mciit followed in tliu East Arinuchno 
coinotnry. 

I Till! iiiaiiy lidaullful (loral olTer- 
ings of ii^latives and frlemls elo- 
ipieiilly idleMle.d to tin) lovo and e.i- 
teoin III uhich lliii (leceaMed was hold. ' 



PAiiK— sincnniiTY 

Tho following announcement, np- 

caring in last week's issue of the 

/osloyan Christinn Advocate, will bo 

ead with Interest; 

"Dr. and Mrs. Hector I'ark an- 

ounco 11)0 hcthroal of their daugh- 

•:r, Miss Margarita, to Mr. Dwiyht 

,aingr Shcricl)'. llrofossor Sherroty 

1 Olio of tho teachers in tlio .Soocliow 

Jnivorsity. He is from Iloanoko, Va, 

ind has been in the mission work in 

;iiina for two years. On receiving his 

V. II. from Iloanoko College he won ii 

cholar.ship at I'riiiceton from which 

le later reemvcd his .M. A. Mia.s 

ilargnrila is tho daughter of Dr. and 

ilr.s. Hecliir I'uik, of the Stjochow 

hispilal. .She is a Irainnl kinder-, 

:artner and (IcsIkiuhI the Senah- 1 

-italey Kindcrkaiten hiiilding in Soo- 

■liow, where she liii.s been leaching' 

or several. years, 'fhis notiun will be 

<l inleresi to mnny (Jeorgiiii.s (ml 

M.utheni Methodists in many .slat') I 

i.i'yiiiMl I hi' hunts i.'f llii.i eomnion- 

ueallh." 



l.\ .HKMOIIY I 

Of ilrs-Siillie linker. 

I On the morniiiK of July the 3olh. 

(he d.'ath an;.-el visited th.- hoiin' of 

.Mr. and .Mrs. Il'-nry OUmt and t.>.>k 

from them their dear motln-r. Sh-: 

\.:'S horn l-"eb. I.'>. ISi-' an. I die.l July 

'l)."^"'.!!. I:M'.'. "Slii; uasT7~y.'ar.H ..j.i 

at III.' time of her .lealli. Sh.' ua-^ 

.Mi.<s Sallie Humphii-y b.'f'ii.' sh ■ 

jwas iiiaiii.;d lo .Mr. Hir.liiie Tuclver. 

,S-lie WMS a faithful miMiil..-r of the 

I.Mellioilist church. .-'•li.yl.-aN .s h.'- 

;hiiid .■lev.ii cliihlPMi. \\\'- ,l..u-lil.i' 

]aiid --ix s..M<. anil a li >>l .'f .<..| r.iwihL- 

ielaln.-< .iii.l fri.-ji'l.- 1.. in. .urn li'i' 

<l.'|.aii.ii.\ .'■^h.- \\:i-. -ick .<.'\ .Tal 

'u. •.•:,-. hut -h.' 1. re ..II h.'i- Milt.-l-ni; 

UmIIi p:.li..nci.. Sh- ■•iiIn Iiv..I m "'w 

|r..n;iiiuinl> a .<li..rt liiii.'. hul ii.'\.-i- 

'lli.'l.-s ;i/lh..M- f.-u .l:iv> w.' i.-:ilii.-.l 

!l.. I..N.' h.T. All Ihal I. .Mill,- h.iii.N 

Ic.'iil.l .!■. u.i> .I..IH-. :.iil Ih- .\llui-.- 

■ (j-.sit..! -au III 1.. lak.- h.-r f. niii i.- 

: f <v -...in • c.in^.'. xm- J.ii .u ii'.t w li>. 



though we feel that our luAi is liec 
,e:crnal gain. I can almost sec that 
'gentle smile on her face. When' you 
would go inin In-r hoiii.; .-ihe always 
had a wonl of c-.mf.'il f'-r every oi.v. 
It's hard lo break Ih.^ ti'iider cord, 
when h:'S houii.l llie h.-:u-|. II'.-* s.id. 
.-.1 .-,ad ;o speTk-rlu' u-nrrts.-^WT^niu-'t- 
r.iri-\.T p.irl." W.' U..UI.1 .>ay 1.. the 

herciT.-.l .hij.ln'a. -U .-.'i 1 f'T 

111.. III. T. r..r -h.' 1.^ III. I .1. •.■.!. -Ii.' > ..li- 
ly ha.-l.iiiL- in Ih.' li.MUtilul >iiii>liiii./ 
1.11 Ih.' I.aiik--. I.f >u.'.'t d.la.Taiice. 
w.iiliiig aii.t I..'i;.'m.'iiiji-' ynu I.. i..iii..'." 
It .- .■,:;. I 111 kie.u Ihal we can iic\cr 
-■■• ii.illi.T aL-aiii oil .•;.ilh. lull if v.e 
..ill ..nl^. w.ilk in ninth. -r'^ -leps we 
will iii.-.-l li.c .i-Mii: Ml Ihe .-.sv.-ct live 
;.n.| \<\<\ uji.-rr Ih.T. • .|l h.' in. ninie 

I .■.I'm;; . II.. I- ;-• I li>.-.-. 

Sh'.'P . 11 il-MC ninlher . .i I l.ike thy 

I .•>!, 
'.•■•I i:ill.-.l III.-.- h..ii;i', h.' Ih..ii;.;lit 

il h.-.M. 

HKItrilA Si:ul T. 




L(tt:L\G JiElIORY. 

0f,Jani03 Krauk Young, who lai! 
i]o\\\i liis life in France, for his couii- 
Iry. • ■ 

On Aug. 2Ulli, .1918. Ik; \v;ib kiii ., 
while llgliLiiit: tlii; cnuiiucs iii I'l-.m. • . 
He \v;is tlio olilor s>>n uf .Mr. aii.l ,M , 

-JtaVKl-VV-Y^UIIgr-t'f-^-l'i'UiH'gUVlinrTr; — 

lie was horn in Lliis cuiinly, ii-l,. .^ 

IK'.H, wIrtc niobl of lii.s lili' w ,. 

spcnl, 
I In r.ili Ik; went to Vuro, lluii.i.,. 

\«,liiTi.' liu accL'iil'.'d ii l)ruiiii.iiiu |i 
'$lli<iii, iinil rcnininuil llicri- uniil ,, 
I was called lo llic culurs. ilf K.ini.i 

irjaiiy frnMuls in J-'Inriila a:iil 1,^ . 

v.iirii', Willi will li-ain willj ii„;'. 

I r hi.s p.ibsinK away. Ili- rii:i.i' 

Irii'iiil.s whrnncr lii- wciil, ami ;i|. 

\\;iy.s liail a l>iiiil wor.l and a siiiiK;..; 

all hi' mid. /y 

James enli-red service aL CWiiiiil/i;i_ 
S. i;.. Ocl. 1 i, 1".I17, ancliv<iA ir.i.,.. 
I'lTri'd lo (;aiiil) \\'lieely(\ .M;Jiin. i ,;i , 
\vliiM-r lie was IramW in 'nlanliv. 
On May 'M, I'.IIH, willi Iwii-.limin.'.l 
eyes ami broken heart. Ik; (nld |i.\i-,| 
lines B<Jod liye, noL knowini,', huL Imii- 
ing thai he would reliirn. V. I In- w.i-, 
.•>ad, bul Ik; Iried lo b6 as clieeifiil a^ 
he could he. About June L'lllli .i- 
sailed for Kr.Tiico. Afler ahoiii lu) 
^hort inonlhs' slay he was called lo i 
liifjIiiT home, lliiil IS nut made wi>. 
ii.'Mids, hut is eternal in the heaven-. 
■ v. ho. I- .liuro will ho no more wiir, H" 
iimri- iiarliiiB Kiuid-hye. Oh. we r.ii. 
Iiuriily reali7.e that dear .lames is 
dead, because we didn't K'-t hi .see 
him, and we didn't koL In sec hi-, n'- 
i-iaiiis lowereil to its resting place. 
Oh, lidw sad lo see lii.iciimr.ide.Mdiin' 
marchiiiK hack witlioiil liini. (.ili, 
how sad lo say KKod bye, but we lia\i; 
one swei.'l assurance ami llial is, that 
if wo live Irue to our Master and our 
rellowmen, we shall meet him up in 
glory, when; theru will be iioparlinc. 

'I'he last word ho snid to his molh- 
er, sill! told liiill lo be a ^ood hoy and 
he replied: "I will for there is never 
a iilKhl that I don't read my 'I'esla- 
nieiil and pray for loved units al. 
homo and myself thai wu may again 
he reunited at home onco more, if it 
is Iho Lord's will, if not, I pra.v \vi> 
may meet in a heller world mmih' 
il -v." 

uu, how we kim,' to see lii> pree- 
ioiis face come march imk hack with 
the heroes from I- ranee, lull. iiisIim.I 

he .sleeps with Ihe li.-i s liriicalli 

the soil of l''rance. .Sni \ i\ in;; the ili'- 

ased is a falher aid Iln'c, one 

e hrolh/r and foui- >,>li'i>. ,.n.- 

phew. Iliree iiii-e.eH. ami nllo'C I'l- 
iiliM'S III moiirii his di'pai iiii''. 

Wnlli-n hv Ins eniisin, M.WIIi;. 



i.\ .MK.uouv ok'mus. .\iAurn.\ | 

IN .MK.MOUY. I'Ol'i;. ' 

Katie Heulah- Karwu^id Itailey was i,, n,,. .,|,i| ^ifnas of Ihe iiight on 

born AuKiisl :;7, IH'.I7. I m-d June 'j. .Murch LTi. I'.ip.(. Ihe dealh aimel Kiuh-d 

ICll). She was married lo li. W. kiIm llie lioii'i.' of l.iollier M. !■'. I'op" 

llailey Oct. Ililh, r.M;i. ami |..<,I, nwn.v his heliu.Ml wife. Her 

To Ibis iiiiloii was horn two cliil- |i:^ssmi5/rioiii evisleiiee was as liao- 

dreii. Mary .MiirKaiet and lliilhie I,eo py mid as niiliiial as she iMilered~Ii 

llaih'y. whom she li-iivi-H to mourii si.xlv-iiiiie years iii;o. 

her deiMi-'e. also a dear falher and iiisler Pope wa.s liurn March :i, IHTili 

niiilher. three hrolhi-rs and Iwo sis- ,,1 i.ordnn rfpr'iiigs. Oa., iiiid iinTi-ii-d 

ler.s. Mrs. Paul K/.ell. Maybell Kar- Sl. !■•. pope June :;i'nd. |Kil7. Tliey 

wood. <i. I''.. II. I., and Walsiin Iviu- were hhssed Willi Imir elilldren. .1. 

wood. .Mrs. llailey was a eonsi'cia- 1 1. and 1». !■'. I'ope. of l.al-.iyi-lte, 11. 

Icil Christian. Ikimii;; spenl her lifo ||. Pope, of Villaimw, and .M.iry I'.. 

from Mm' ate of l.iiiilfen iiiilil Hie pinir. who preceded lier niolhi-r inlo 

ilay of diMlli. a loy.d ami taillirnl ;|,,- pearly gales. 

Miemher nt Ihe I'hM.seiil llill Melli'i- Sisler I'ope profiHsed h..| 

(list church. We s\ inpathw wilU ,;hiist and ioined the church in IhJ.'. 

l.he dear hushaml. hn aiise Ihe loss she is said to have ne\ er read the Ui- 

can never he repaired in Ihis world, |,le until she was converted. Afler- 

hiit we i-e.joice to Uieiw llial her lili; wards, ainj unlil she was called Iroiii 

is a real hiiiediilinn lo Imii. As it ihis earth the Uible became her own; 

1 wife, she was true and tail lifiil, as ii r.nd hindlng the (.oimiiandnienls ii- i 

niother, she was kind and gi'iille, un- , !bout her neck and vv'rilniK truth.' 

la.ssuming in nature. Always stciv- riKhtr'UsiieRB. and love upon tlie In- 

' ing to make life ]ileasaiit for others. blet of licr heart she went forth un as 

'reait>' at all limes to nlieve the siif- nhnlieiit child for Christ. She wiih 

fering, cheer the M.rrowinK, anil ever ready lo Hlrelch out her hiiii.i , 

spcak'words of kindness to tho.se iiv for the poor and reach forth lo Ihe | 

troublo. So. we sorrow not for tier. needy. Her earthly rend is so muck- 

lis one hnviiig lo hope, for she horn ed by her InnliiiK foolsli-i.s um lo help 

l;i;r alTlictions wilh the greatest of K:ad li-T hueband, children, grand- | 

patience and Christian forlitude, ami i liil.lreu, uiid neiKlihors lo that ■ 

i-aid many times she was ready to goj home pot made wilh liamU. | 

Weep not, loved ones, for she lia.s Sisler I'opes life was ii sw'eepin;; j 

gone lo live wilh lilicisl in llia'l sweet |,am.raina, her works mid mllnenc- 1 

home, bul strive to meet her m llm bespeaking the words - ■".She hioked , 

skies/ where there will he no innro well lo liepH,.„,sehold; lier -hildr.,. 

'good-byes. ." "ViHc up and call her hl-s.sed; her 

I J. A. V.7.VAA: Inislciml. also, and he praised her. . 

I - " " \„ Ih- Lord primpi'ii'il Sisl"C I'op'-s I 

iMUid Unit "liiid lovelh II iheeiftil 

SEPTF.IvIBER 2G, 1019 ^i%.c. ' She always did In-r hoiinli- 
. ■ — Mil pari for her piislnr. iiii.>'SiiinH. iiiid 

.♦T-i^ntwh-an-.'"^ ■••"•-• f-- '"■ ",r":- /;;.';'..,■.,,' 

n..ume II,.- ,;,.a.,. [ : ,_ !• - - sh- was aken ill, sli- p, -p... • -1 , 

, .. ,. ., , , .' Ill I-- for I le sii-k. I 

pcoachiin; iiiar:-iag.- ol lli.'ir .l.iu^;li- , , ,, ... „.,,. ' 

..r. Susanna U man-. „- Mr. I...w 11." ' "-Ih "f Hister ' -"'■"': 

rem e .-mill, ,.1 \ ,„la. Illinois. I h- ' •""■' •'"^;;>-'""'-"HI' H..- paM-s .d Ih. , 
^^ . .j^,, I I, .,. I ,1 , !iisloi> lif her i-<.iiiiiiiiiiil> aodlii-i 111- 

," ' ^^, V,' ' "V, ' "" ' ',. ,'',", ", llii'-mi- of servire will I"' icwald-d 
1 Um .X .->.il.ii-l.i\ all.i ihi..|i. 1 1,1. 1 I, .it ' , . 11 . I 

Ihe I.e.nl.a, i, Mi.-.„.uarv "' '■-'• '"^'^'' ""7 ^^' "' ""' '"' " , 

h,i.g... .N,. ,.„..- a,,, heing l.Mie.| ,.o, '•"•■;'■ •'" l''-'" '"-'' ^' -" ^^"' | 

all iiiemiv .i;.- uu il>-.l to 111- pri--.-ni. -'y- . . ,, , . 

^.^.^ Lvcr rcmonibcr while grlcviDff, | 

\ 'I hill li'T inlluence cannot no uii- 

.\iAiiiii\(.i: \N.M)iM.i;iii-:.\i 1 '^""'"- , , ,, 

Mc. Ch... 1 ,.,,1, and .Mis.. Itertl.; "'•" "I'" '''•' ^'"= '^"'^'' """•■'"'''■• 

Mmiari.- m ,.lne..aii.a,ua w, re m, i/- •'"'"•"*^'' I''" '"^^ "' ^"'' ^'^" '] '""• 

1.111 .lav .., ..,-p„. , luipp.lv Z. ['-y "'>' lo griese OM'r he richii.-s, 

I...I .11 Ihe l,..i; ,..>,., ni.iliiim.nv '^'"' "='» 8ai..ed al the li...veno 

■ Ihe n. an, ,,,:.■ I,.,,k pi,,c,- in t'le »'"'"• 

paM..rs ..i,,.h ..I ll„. tiol llapl >1 Mnt pray and be up and doing 

chiirch, ol li,.>M ..a.. ||„. pa^h.c. '''"" ^•'>'' '"''^ "I'*""" "" ^'" """" 

W. C. 'lalhinl. oilicialiiig. ^"'•°V .. , , ,. 

; .Mr. and ..„ , nnil. will in Ihe ii.Mr '"^^ '"""'rt* Ihh, life are ov.r 

'ruliuv h.- il I, ..in.- I.. II • li..,l .,1 Her paUl is one that 1« pail. 

,l,ia,i.v I, leiMN u,>„ „., Il,.-Mi a l..n, Z^\^,i ^^ work. Will U^i. 

"'""""''■•^ '"■• ^^^ .Mrs K.I. y CU^uo. .Mr,. Chav 

il.ove, Mr». L. U. iTic-e, Commillce. 



154 



SEPTE MBER 20, 1019 

Lirm;its ok dis.mis-sio.n 

flrorKia, Wulkcr County. 

J-". M. .Sliaw, adniiiHBlrator up.on 
Ihc '•liuiln of ThoniaB Akina, .Jncoafl- 
(mI, 1i:ih .'ipiilicil Ui llm iiiuU'rmn<'<i 
•ror"l«'trers"or"<IisiniRsioii fnnii saTT 
■u.liiiini»lrulorBlii|). Nolicft is licrrtiy 
Kivoii llial I will pass on salil iippl"- 
ralKPii al tiiy olllcn in I.al-ayrlto, saiil 
c-Miinly. on Uic llrsl Monday m 'Jcto- 
liiT. iH-xl. (iivPii iiiKlor Miy li oi'l ^'"1 
olllrial ^iKiiaUirc. tills S(;pt. I. It"''- 
\v\ I.. SfANSKM-, Oidlnaiy. 



[olVi^n 



OCTOBEK 17, 1019 



XDMIMSIHATOirS SAI.K 

(i.-oruiii. \V:ilk- '..iiiiilv 

lly Ml till- 1 an oi-ijri- frmii !',•.■ 
,:,.„■,, „r uclnrny. uill I..- -'.M I-' ■ 

|..i-,\, II,,. I ■! hiiu-r ■l"'T 111 ' '■ 

, ,ui\ ,,r l.al a^.-l|.-. .Mii.l slal.' '. ' 
,..uIil^, vMllio. IIh: li-Kal liiiins t 
,:.|/ ,',1, II, >• lh>' -rii-sday oi O.-I ■l..r. 
iiAl. Ill'' (mILamiii.- .1.-1.1 iI"-'I I'I ■ ■■ 
,ilv. I. .-wit: 

.\.,rl|, ,.ii.. liuii.lii'.l aiT.-< '.r Ian I 
I,, I \,,. I'lO. ;iii.l iin.liM"li-.l nii.'-lialf 
inl.ir.Hl 111 l.il .No. I'.'.-.. iH.lli Irarls ly- 
■„it-aii.lliriMK Ml III- l-ll' .liMri.l aiM 

',11, s.M-l r ^'"ill '•"Oiil.\. pK'p.-ily 1 

,,r .••^lal.' <.f AlK-.- lli.\"0. 'l'-l-''a-<.''l.i 
•(.'•niis nf -iilc; i;aili. TliH !<i-pl- '•'■ 
I 111 '.I. I 

\I.\11Y A. MAKI'KII', A.linrv.. 

Allio Ilixon. UoLTas.Ml. 



I lir.STKK'.S KAl.K. 

I will sill III"' followJMK lis 111.' 
|,r..|..ily of lli-.-.Hliil.'of .1. I., (...lliii-* 
liiiiiKropI: 'ion 7-|.ll^«^"'tlK'•|• Miiirk 

Alltooiollllr, MllO 7-lill.-<^i'IIK<M' I'ni I.U'I 

iMiliiiM.'liil". 111!' itorli of KiM'<h. will-."* 
iiii.l iii.'i-.-liaiiili-"'. iiH-liiilliiK ll.\liir''s. 
II, ,u .l.ii.'il .il WiIkIiI'* Miii'Tiil 
^^l.l■lll^.■■t <;i'. li"l'-l. ami all ti'.|rn an I 
;,.-.. .uiilH. .Ml S.j'l. :.V.lli. I, .'nil.- II..' 
I'. ..nil... I. M" .l.."!-. ill 111.' l"\Mi ol 1.1- 
I iiv.'ll.-. -iii'l sill!., mill .•..iiiil>. u.ll.- 
„, il,,' l.'val li..iii-...r f<al.'. |..lli"limli- 
,•>! :,ii.l \.--\ l.i'l'l.'i'. 'I.TMis 1^ ^al.' 
|,. 1„- .-.i-ii iiii.l I.. 1..' Ilia. I.' -nl'.|.'i-l I" 
II,,- .i; i.i-..\.il ..I 111.' i-.-l. I-'-'- 10 l,;iiiU- 
1 iii'l. y. 'I Im iKili .lay .il S.-pl I'.U'.i. 

.NdiiMAS .^UA ririi\. riii--i.'.'. 



1\ MI-AIOIIY. I 

I or I. mil' l-alwliir li'i'iic. I 

' 'III.' .l.-alli iiiic.'l Msil.'.l 111.' I 

"I Mr mill Ml- M V.. \VI iin.l 

I' "k ri'ooi III. Ml lli.'ir l.iviiiix lilii" 
.l-'.il>;lil.'i'. I.ilil.- li.ii" WHS I... Ill 

II II. mi'l. nil. I .h.-.l .\iiK -.'.I. llH'.i. at 
(I oVIoi-k. At III.' Iiinr ..r hill.' In-i,.-s I 
• I.' .til "111- wiiM SIX ni.iiillis nil. I t;; I 
.liiy> '111. I.illli' hi'ii.' w:is s,,,M\..i| 
l.y I ,•!• iiiiillirr nil. I fallo'i-. f..iir sis- ' 

III 1 aii.l roili' lii-..lli.'1'N. Il'-i' lio.ly I 
wii- 'aid to r.-Hl in IIm- Cliii-.h .1 i-.-iii- I 
.■I.T.\. Auk. :'l. I'.ll!". al 1 ..'.I'Mk. I- 1 
i.'ii'- was lovcl liy I'v.'iyli.i.ly Hint 
kii.'W lirr. 'I'lii'y will iiiihm Imt sw.-.'I 
v.-nyH. II wnH hai-.l In kivi- li-.-ii.- up, J 
l,.il f:...l l,n..w';.|l, l,r-«l ' I 



iin|i|i.> iiii'diiiii.N r.ii-i,v. 

I. nil.' Miss Mai.v Su-wiirl. W r viU, 
II. <■ li.-.nilirul mil'- I"" i---"*' "11 
,|,i,i,;lil,T ..I Ml- aii.l Mis. .M.•^J.liI•l 
W i.Klil. .'111. -I I. .111.'. I a ini.olii'i. .vi \\tr 
hill.' 111. II. Is lu.'S'lay alL.'iiiAjoM u 
. .I.l.iutloll ol li.'i- l-iilli'lay. 

111.' hill.' mi.'sis Kiilli' r.-.l ul Ui» 
Ii.,i,,<. .Il 11. r Kriin.li..ir.'iils. (."t mi'l 
Mrs. I'nol Wi.K'il ami lill.r -hwihI- 
iiiK s.'MTiil hoili-s III liappy vAaJv 
u.-i-.' I.'.l liilo 111" .liiiini; I'.ooi Uy Ui« 
liUl.- In.slr.ss. I'.a, li |Mi.s..ii viiviA 
liii\r IlioUKlil 11.' wiia 111 .n-.'amUu*. 
I,. I lli.'i-.' .Ml 111.' talil.' \Mis a vvi-a.a.V« 
.Nouir.s Ark— l-.'ars. riiiin'ls. Lia-*wv. 
ci.w.s anil Mlii'.'i.. aii.l all H"' iiumiul* 
lliul cliildii'ii \'tM-. s.iiiii'. ..t lU.im ja« 
iTi'iiin iiliiioNi loo in-i'Lly l-o i'>^ a"*! 
..lli.'i's which c.iiild 1'.: Ijik.-u Ujxitt. 
u.s siiuvfim-B of Ihr di'llKhUul i.ixik- 
Hion. Ill Uii' inidsl of atL wn* 11<«> 
liuthihiy I'.uki' with ila ..luiillok. -^J»- 
iilln'i' hapiiy r.'iilui'i) wiisj Lhv \,v<ist- 
..iiir i.r liolh manilinoUii'i'* Vi-Ji. 
I'uul Wi-iKlil uii.l Mrs. Josn- Uiuu» 
li..i./.'r. ol Itoin.-. aii.i ii K'l'al, |iiu.»iJ- 
iii.ilh.'i-. .Min. If. A. Mitchull. 

(.(•liliriilrN Sftoiiil lllrtliilay. 

A ilo/i'ii iiii'ii-y lilllr folkn rixY'V^ 
wilh MiiNl.T .Nulhaii i;. Napivi-, ir. 
Ins s.'i'.-ii.l hn-lli.lay aimlv«-vai-jr 

,\l lay iitliTiiooii. 

I 111.' lawn of Mr. uinl Mi'd.. Ojijaui'.* 
11. .Ill', with ilH h.i.lH o,r iM-illuml .-^l- 
\ i.i 1.11. 1 ..IhiT lall llov(-.'r.s. iiiutUi » 
h.-aiiuriil s.'lliiiK (or linn KaUvinuu 
.,1 rhihlii'O. wjii. I'lijoyisl luwtf 
(.■aims. 

I rill- h.'st lliii.' was wli.'ii Iti.t liUVu 
I, .111., wri-i' iirth.T.'.l Into 111.- .ilium? 

I ,11, whii-li a. Mil.) KiioiL I1UV-7 

11 .Kt havr VIM I Tlii^ l.irUi.fi.y "i^^* 

w ih itH two iMinunK tapi'i-M. wa« Uw 
r. iitrul (Iri'.'irali.iu of tli.'lulilwi'».iii*ft\ 
\Mi« IIkIiI'-iI hy iiuniti.'rH of Liiiik ci»- 
.llrs. I'lii' pluic .:ar.lH li..i-.' Ul'lH-*.- 
|.i liilr |.ii-liiri'>i an. I \.'r»r.s. v-lAU Lilt 
niiiily fiiviMs WIT.' .'siii'i'iiilly |ilt«»- 
,i,K. A ilrlirioim ii:r i',.iiirs« ««* 
c.-rviMl. 



.Mary Nat.', i.s llic hi-aiilirul niiiiio 
of tin- littir ihiiiKliti-r thai cuini' foi 
an iii.lrllniti' M:.\y in llii' lioini' ot Mr. 
and .Mrs. S. l''. lllayl.irk. last I liiiis- 
duy. 



THOMAS RICHARDSON . 

LAID TO REST MONDAYl 



•I'hoinas Uicliar.Uon dni.l ul ho*' 
liiMiu- al Mi-Sbion Unl^;.' l-ri>lay n'Klil. 
iitli'r 1. lin.'l illn';sa. ">• was .s.'v.'iily- 
f lit;.' al Un^ Imi'^ of Ins 



till 



>.'ai-r 



;,l..alli. Ul' is sui^iv.al l.y a widow, a 
lliiiTi' Mrs SlarlW. aii'.l a ii.'lilo'w, '1 . 
fll i-r'y.'. liolh of fit. Klnio, IVi'"- Hi'' 

imri'iils wrr.; iialivi'.- -it KiiKlaiid ami 
L-aiii.' Ill llus roiinlry ami s.'lll.'.' m 

<:i.iiU»iiooKU jusl hofoi-o Ih" war l.o- 

llwi'L'ii tho .stal.'.s. Ill- iM'ranir I'lo;"!;-'. 

,'1,, till' laiiiiliiK hn'< '^^ '""' "l"'"'"' 

Hhi' llisl laiiiii'i-y in till'* srrh.Mi. In 
IKCi',! I." was niarri.'.l I.. Miss r.ll.'U 

I 11,,^ I. ol llarni'Hvill.', S. (.. 

' '11,,' ili'i'.'as.'.l was a lif.'-L'nK oi-'in- 
h.-i- of Iho M.'llio.lislrhiiirh ami was 

'„„i. ii( III.' last kii.iwn rili/.-ns in tlw 
r.miitv, and li'« •'•••'"' '-"' 'l'"'P')' *""- ■ 

plorni hy the I ph.- of Ih.' roiinly. 

1 l-uni'ial D.TVir.'s wrn- li.'hl M'"i- 
ilay nmininKalll o'rh.rk. i-omlnrlrd 
|i)|l.'V..N.A.\Vliit.'..d\Vlid.'l'lains, 

(Ml an luLinialo fn-'iol "( ^''■• ""■''- 
lar.ls.in. Inl.'rni.'iit fi.ll.iw.-.l m Ih' 
ll.-.iri'sl llill<',mii.'l.Ty.atl.hallaii...'K.i. 



ss 



.Mu.s./..T.iim)i>M. A(;i:«7»' „ 
nii.i) i-A.si i'iiii)A\ NK.irr 

I ■l-hi'dralli last l--|-i.lay nmhL at 1 1 '.iHl 
iirlork of Mi'M. Marv K. Itrooni, aKi^l" 
.;h. al iirr hoin- n.'ar I'ond S,M-niK. 
,.H il.'.'i-ly d.;pt..r."l l.y hor host of 
frii'iids 111 thi^ roniily. 

M,-,.. Ih-ooin ha.l h.'.'ii 111 for many 
,„„„lli.s, am. had l"'«'n .'.mlliird lu 
,„.,. |.„„|„ r.ir H.'v.'ial w.-i'ks. 

SiirvivinKlMTarrahuHhaml.lhroo 

.ImiKlit.'iH Mrs. ,1. U. Tiirm-r an-l 
Ml,s.'S .lulu, ami Laura 11. n. oll« 

Kran.l.laimhl''^!'' K'2!""'"" '"""""' 
Ki-.'al-Kraii.lsf.n. . , , 

'l.-nn.rul s.'rvu-r. w.-r- l.-l-l fn-m 
,,„, nipiisl rliiirch .« CluckanmuKii. 
Sumlay iiiornh.K al II o'clock, ron- 
„„,„.,, „j. u.v. -I'. U. nar.lin. in Uoi 

,„...„., if a larK- .'.inr..iir«.i of i.l- 

'.llvi.san.lfri.'mU. l"l-r'""-"Lf"ll"^^- 
,.,1 ,1, 111.- CliickaniauKa riMii.a.'ry. 



i^ 111 Inn 



\\ \ii 1 1\— ii()i,i.i.\(;.s\v(iiirii I 

A ■<.Mi;,| .v.Mil whirli <'l;iilin-<l 111.-' 
ii'.p ivi ..I ■. \w.|m nicl.- nf fnciulM 
III liMlh .\..i'lli \liili!iiiia iiii.l Niirlli 

'• 't;!.! ■■, I'lnnl S:iliiril;iy iiUi'i- 

iiiMMi Ml Mfiilii. liii.. wlimi Miss l''.llii>l 
\l;.ilili Imt: 111,' llir |.n,|r nf Mr. K. 'l' , 
ilMlliii>;swi>,lli. Ilii- ciMiMiiiiiiy w:v/- . 
i..Tl.iniir,l l,y n.-s. II. I--. Ciillli-. Ill 
l.:i|-|iyil|.-. iis.-i.sliMl hy llrvll I'liul 
I'lllnrk, III Mriilu. (;;i.|s,l,MI N.'WH. i 



I IS IIKMOUV. I 

<lli Aiiuii-l ir. l;i|'.l. ||„. il.Mlli : ii.;,.) 

visilnl Mr. ;.ii.| Mis. Alfi'.'.l Uimu iiiiiI 

''•"1> li ''••■Ill lli.-ir i.nriuiis lllU,-. 

■ Iiirliii^ HfMti III'. 

Ml'' ua- .ilu:iys Iviinl iiii.l Ki'liMi'. 
iiiiil hinl :i .-'•.l,' icii- I'viM'yli.i.ly. Slio 
WIIM kiiiiwii l.y :i Willi' .•Jivli- iif 
frii'iiil.s. iiii.i v.a.H liAi'il liy nil wlio 

l.lll'U- ll.'l- 

. .sill' u;i.» Mi;'. i\ I'll hy fnllii'r iiilil 
iiiiilli.T. U\,. M.-,!!'!.-! iiiiil mil' hnillii'i', 
mill II li.i^l uf I'i'liillv.'.s mill fiiiii'ls. 
I l.illli' ll";ilrii'i' vviiM l.'i yi':ir«, fi 
■|iii>iilli'< iiinl ir, iluy.'i 111.!. Sli.' Iiml 
Jiisl >'iil.ii'.| vMiiiiaMliiiiHl mill wiiH 1.1- 
Ki'ii s.'ii..ii>Iy ill mill ii..\iT ill, I r,... 

■ ••■M'l I li.' .1 rl'.iN .•<iiii| hIii' IiiiiI lii- 

ll,'llll|..sl, .,11,1 .SI- 111 fill II. Ili'v. I lull 

l',,wl.'i ,',, mill, 1,1,1 lliK fimi.i-n! m-i'M- 
li's III. IIk' AnIiiMili cliiircli iiiiil kIi,' 
svi.'i IiiiiI !,• 1>",I in lliii AmIimi'Ii r. iii- 
I I rv. 

Ili'iilnrc 1.-; wnc liiil luU f(irKiil|rii, 
iNi'MT will liiT rnniiiiiiy f;iili'. 

Sw.'i'U'Kl. llll-lll^lll.S will I'V.T lIllK'T 

Ariiviiiil Ilin Knivi) svliorr n1ii> wiih 

hiiil. 
lly lii'i' ciMi.'iiii, 

.ICWKM, MciiUI''KKY. 



lolmlicfici 



\viii;i:i,i';n_hT^:\',.;vso.\ 

On SiiiHliiy r),l,,|„r |-.i. ,,1 ', ..VIoi'k 
!• "I.. Mr. v.. ;i U'|i<>,.|,.r mi.l Minn: 
H"V Sli'vi'iis-.M WIT,' li;i,,,,ilv millet 
III iii:ilrl(ii,,iiv W. f: Tiilhini. ,,„,;,,- 
"( I-'iPHt lliiplinl rliiiiTli of lldssv: •:. , 
■iiii'ialiiiK. 'I'lii' iii:irniii/i' whm "''I- ' 
"«""/<•<! Ill III.' i,:,Hl.,r-H Hl.j.lv II. 1 
HoHHvill;'. 'l-licy were iicrninp-ini".! 1 
li.v only Q few fri.MiilH. Mr. nnd \i.N i 
\Vli<.|.|nr will 1,0 nw/ry in .<<<,i lli ■ 
'■••••rifia for ii f.-w wcckit iift-T wli rli I 
:li.>y will ti,' 111 III, me In lli.'lr n,.if;v ' 
fi-n-l'i wi'li M.'. W|i,.,.|,.,.'^ ,„„.:, ,. 
ii'-i.:- I,«Fuy..|i.'.. A Kn,'n,| I 

' ■ |! 

I.\ .UK.MOIIY. 

I On the iniff-niap of .lunu 'IZ, lOl'.i, nl 
li«T liomo ill 'Vcsi LuKaycllP, siir- 1 
rf.ii..Ii\l •<>• :"iinils anil loved on :s | 
llio swcel |)ulioi\l 8|>lrit , of 
•Virrlnia WhI'h; Irfi Uiis \v,.rM ofi 
fiiiTi'W. nil) uu'i miir.'ring nnd l..'.",;:-- 
|niiMHM nnd win^.-d its IliKiil lion;- •.-. 
tiK'J wild gnvf it. .Icr.nic, was 'i.' 
yrar."i old. STi" wns n-arricd lo J .M. 
|\VnIlin. Sopti'iiitM-r IlKU. To llii.s 
union wL'ii' lioin six I'tiildr.-n. Iliroo 
Kirls nnd tlirro lifcys. tier linliv. n 
nwix-l liUIr Kin of H.'v.n nioiilli.s. 
tirorcdcd lU iimtlo'r to ihr )(rcia 
lu'voMil i,y jusl iiir.'i. nionllis. Sli.> I 
li'iivi's lo iiiiiiirn lirr ilfipailuii', a ' 
liiisliand and live cUildrcn. Ifrr f:i- 
llii-r, two brollicrs, John and l.ron. 
|ard I.eCroy, of llif C.ovn, i^■^<^ .Miss 
Alicr Uoticr.son, of l,aI'"aYetto. I'lmr 
Jennie, .suacivd si.x loiiK iflnntliswitli 
lluiL ■droadcd di<ica.s.', con.HUiii|itinn. 
She craved so innrli to-gct well In lie 
Willi Jlin nnd li.'lp lilm rnisc Iti.-ir 
littli' I'liil.lr.'ii. lint with all llial 
(food doctors and lyviiiK liands coiilil 
.1,1 sill' ha, I lo K". She wns a Cliris- 
liun in til,' trn.'sl s.-ime. A Chris- 
tian nl honir. in ih,' coinnninity. nnd 
in the ehiiri'h/ Shi' lovi'd her I.,<r,I. , 
And would uften praise hi.s Holy) 
name in her hniiie for His piodneds, 
nnd nierri.)S. she wns never heitr.l 
lo inurniifV or roniplain during her 
{lone Hiekness. hut she .seenic.l lo lie 
perfectW resiRiii'd U) her .Mn'<ler'3 
Iwill. ^e ni'M'r m life witncsse.l I 
such t.hrislian |,,\.' and fortilnd,' in 
jniiyone as she |„,sse»j>e.|. I f..,-! t|,ut ' 
I her lovi'<l ones have no ritthl lo weep 
I or, -sorrow after her. Just lo know' 
tlint slie lift.< 1.11,1 down all Borrow, I 
.sickne.is nnd pam. trlnlsandbcrcBVp- 
liienls nnd pm,- ,,n lo h.-nven wllhnll ' 
the nvleeined of ,>a rlh, of all brps. 
The t-Tond .in, I (-•loriousevidence lluil 
I she left hehind is enoVigh. Lot's all 
press on slopping nl nnlhinR. and 
|Honie sweet day. uml it won't be lonK. ' 
I wo will m-.'l and know and praiso 
Itiod with her nnd praise her baby in 
a glory world beyond hiinian con- 
.ccptlpn for pleasure. 

One Who Lovod Uor. 



CAIU) OK THANKS 

1 We wish to Ihnnk our nelghborH 
nnd friends niiil Dr. Rpennnnn nnd 
I wife for their kindnesH lo us duriiiK 
the slckneBM nnd death of our wife 
nnd tr.olher. nlso I'rof. V.. V,. Cnrroll i 
and the ChicknmmiKn choir for the 
beautiful iiiusir.. Mny God's hW'HHinRS 
rest on encli of them.—/,. T. Ilroom. ., 
IMrs. J. II. Turner and Misses Julln i 
'■: 11,1 Laura llmoni. 



CAItl) or niANK.S 

I We wisli III Ihnnk our nelKliborM 
nnd friends and Dr. S|ieiiriiinn mid 

iwif.; for their kindiieH.s to us duriiiK 

jthe ^IckncHM mid denlli of our wif.- 
nnd ir.othiT. also I'rof. K. fi. Carroll 
mill the r.hukninaiiKa choir for the 
beautiful riiiinic. .Mny (Jod's lili'HHiriKS 
rest on .each of Ihein.— /. T. Ilroom. 

I Mrs. J. II. Turner and Misses Julia 
' ml f.nruni Ilroom. 



\viii';i':i,i';ii_hT>';vi:\8().\ 

On Hiinduy Ort,ili,'r I'.l. nl \ o'rloi-k 
p. in.. Mr. K. D. Wlieph-r nn.l Miss 
l-;v SteveiiMiiti were hiippily miili'.l 
111 Tiialriiriiiiiv W. C Tnlliinl. pii..;.'- 
id l-irst llaplisl .'hurch of llossv! •:, 
■ iiielaliiifr. The inarriiiu.' wns ■•'•1- 
' iimi/cil nt llie iiaslor's bI.i.!v n, 
KoHsvillr'. Thi-y wit.^ nieoiiiii-mi-.l 
h\ only a f.'w fii.'rids Mr. nnd M.'s. , 
Wheelnr will h,' )iway in Soi.tlii 
' '•".rifin for ii f.'w w.'i-ks nfl.'r whch I 
:l..-y wi;: h- 111 li.,mi' to llieir ii,.n;v ; 
fi-i'iids wi'h \l.-. Uli-'-l.',-^ iii.,':i r; 
II'-;.:- l.aFay.-l'-. .\ ]-ri.-ii,|. I 



I-"IIA.\K IIOWAKO 

ChntliinooKU. Oil, 17. -l-'rank How- 
ard, nged il.v.ii.'.i at a local lios()itnl 
yesterday mornint'. fnllowinjr a brief 
illness. He is survive.l by bis father, 
K. J. Howard; five hrolhiTS. Homer. 
r-est.T, Grndy. Oscar ami Alibic 
Mownrd. nnd two sisters. Mrs. Jen. 
nie ninlock ami Miss .M«o lIownnL 
The funeral will bo lirld from the 
Cenchat liaptisl church tlilt moVr- 
luK nl If) o'clock, the nrrv. BtftnscII 
ofnciallnK. llio Inlermonl will follow , 
In Cenchat cemetery. ■ I-.*-..-,'. r,«': .ij 

...•i5'., .yj^i' 
1- T •»- 

r.reen Pow-ell. nged aboul 70, died 
nl his home nl I, Inwood ' Tuesday 
morniiiK. nfler a brief illness. He i.s 
Isiii-vlved by n wi.low nnd four chil- 
dren. . I''imernl sei-vics were helij 
Wednesilny nfternoon from I he resi- 
dence. Interment followed in the ln- 
c.il ci-mi-ti'iv. 



156 



OCTOBER 31, 1013. 



jJ. e. LIITiE^ PASSES , 
TO THE GREA'T BEYOND 



i)ii;i) AT HIS noMK i.\ >vi»',r ah- 

ML'UIKK SAILUDAV \|(;irr 

Ai A(;i; OK T.T-Hir.iiLV m:- 
.si'Kcn;!) (;ni/.|.;.\ 



, llii- dcutli .Snlunluy iiikIiL al liis 

lionio iiiav,-.sL Aiiiuiclioo, al H:30 o"- 
|i;lock. of J. II. i.itll,-, cnmo as a dis- 
jliiicL Hliock t.» hiH uiAiiy rolnlivos and 
|frlon(l.-i in tlic ccunl.v. Al tlio linio of 

his dc'iilli iiif decoBsod wag 73 years 
I'lif age. 
I Mr. l.iUlu |,ud l„...n in di-nlining 

lii-allli for a nninhcr of nionllis, but 
I liis coii.liilon di<l Mol bcconio gerlous 

unlil tliion wcck.s ajjo, wlicn lio look 
I Ills bc.l, and Ins tondiUun gradually 
grow worse iinlll llin end canio Sal- 
iirday nifilil. 

A loyal ConffdcniLc Soldier, lio 
\frr\,',l liis coiiiilry al Us niosl criLI- 
|cal iK-riod. and wortliily woro Ihu 
Krijy. Ho was a lifo-tnng iiu-nilicr of 
llio Jlapli.tl rl.urcli. hoioK uii aullv 
in.-iiil)or of Sl.doli cliuri^^li al llu) 
linii' iif lii.s dnporliirn. \ 

I'osso.MsiMK ft g.-ncroim natiinv kind 
nnd thouKhlfiil lo lus fumily. q 
I'roniin.'nl pliinlin- an.I liiKhly "^ro- 
ip.'ctod clll7.i:n and a Clirisliau gort- 
llcfiiaii. 11,0 doalli of l|,is well-known, 
anil good ninn, is deeply deplored by 
tin; people of Iho county. 

Surviving tlie ilrrensed are a wid- 
ow, llirce dauglilers— Mra. J. \V. 
Hundley, of Mercer. Tenn, Mrs. Joe" 
Slr.'oL and Mi.ss Dixie I.llllo. of Green 
HuhIi; ui„i (wo nons, Colly Lllllo, of 
ClmlLnnooga and I.. I) Llltio of Grfieii 
liusli; also one brollinr. I', n. r.lllle, 
of lliis cily. 

I Kunerai services wnro hold riun- 
■'lay nflernoon nl Sliiloli cluircli, In 
111" pr.'siMico of .-i IrcnicndiMis crowd 
"I -iiMcowMii,- r.-lalivrs aniUfrlends, 
'•"nduclcl l,y 1,,., pn.slor, Hev. I. 8. 
■ •'•onard. Jnlcnnenl iniinedlilcly fol-i 
lowed in llie Young gmvej-nrd. I 

•Many beautiful (|„rnl ofTerings al- 
leslcd to llie love of rclullvcs and | 
friends, un.l lio- high oslo);m in I 
wliieli III' was held. 



+-S- •i-:-I-i-H-^ -i-i-i-H-i-i-i- -i-j- 
•5- CAniitrrrs (.hapki, •:• 

' • --- • — j-i-i—u .t_ilj_i_t_;. .T_v 
riie di-ath .mpcl M.-tilTXjJo^J^.inc 
<'f .Mr. and Mrs. Muiirnc li^ikcr and 
liKik 111 llie great home licy.ii\d Ihi-iV 
oidy child. Paul. He wa> si-m'ii years 
of age. <;od .saw 111 lo lake Ih.s little 
• ■tie 111 Ihe hlossorii of youlh. The 
fiiiiei'al .••ervii-es weii- coinliirled in 
Ihe llaplisl ejiiirch al i;hiekaniau;;a 
S,iliirda/..nioi"iTm"g. 

Jacob KiiiHtLL uicO 
ITflGsmrsMf 



Uh 



'/9/f 



+ "f- + I 

The death, Monday, of Aunl Kiiiina 
Jarksiin, »liter of Ucnry and ^ohn 
llichardson. Is regrcUed by all wlirt | 
knew Ihis good woman. The end 
ruini- iifler inonlhs of liiiRi'rhig lll-| 
m-Hii. The funeral service was from 
Ilnpp.v Home llapllsl, Ihfl r.nliire'l 
cliu.ili. Ttienilay, cundurlcil by llev. 
IniM- Martihall. " . 



'^ WAH.MCIv 
A wediliriK lh:il ^ 
I lUiuiy W'nliicT r 
Sun, lay, .V, 



^4. ■ 



Jac'jb Killrell, of llosswlle, who 
bae b.Mu in failing health for Some. 
I'liio, died Sunday evening at G;!:) o'-, 
. clock al n local siiniUriuiii, wliere ho 
WM l«;inff Ircaled. -Jhc -leci-ased I 
lebv^s widow, .Mrs. J. M. Kiltrell. | 
t.nij the following du'uKhlirs who li\c 
r.t Jlossville: Mrs. .1. M. ^'leuk'ey, Mrs 
S. 'J'^lMvl.s. ■ Mrs. Allen DIayloc';. ' 
Muses Jessie and Annie KiUrell, and [ 
Mrs. EnrI Coiill. ;•, .,f Chatlaiiooga- 
•Mrs. II. r. iuris.r of Ue^l Tulsi 
Okln. .-.id a. c. Khireli. of Ch^sler, 
I'n.; Hiso surviving Ihe der.eised are 
four sisters. .Mrs. i.ucy Sparks, Cas- 
viJIe, Mrs. Martha Ooiilden. Hiiaria: 
.Ml s. John Joii.M i,n I Mrs. James Carr 
.<>»ok\ille, Tenn. Jacob Kiltndl was 
born Jan. .'ll. IKOO. at Kparta. He was 
(lie son of William .and Lhinie. Kil- I 
.'.•n-H. There were ten ehildren in ihe 
family, all being dead In, I ii„u'. Two ' 
lirolbers became .lislinguiihed Cum- I 
berland I'resbylerian m,ni8ter« be- 
fore their death, being .-ngaged m' 
mlnlBienal work m l.nvidso,, „„,i 
White counties for a number of 
years. Jacob KItlrell was n member 
'if Ihe I'resbylerian ehurcli nUSparta. 
Hn was a mombor of .Sm, |,„i^p „{ 
OddJ''nll(|ws. Challanoogn and fohn 
Iloss W.O. W.. a( flossvilh,. He «1- 
fJilned distinguished honors in fru- 
lernal circles. Tho funeral of Ihe .1,.. 
ceased was held al Wunn's ehajiel on 
<;porgla uvomie, Tues,la/ nioriiinK i"t 
«0 o'clock, services bmng condurt,>d 
liy /lev. Charlog Iloberl Jones, after 
. which llie remains were takei) 'ill 
cdnrgn by (he W. o. VV. and I. ' 
r, and corled lo Vorresl llilfg cdlii-' ' 
c'lery for intormenly I'allbeafers 
voro Kdgar Crow, I). H. HUon. \V. 
II. Frailer, I.awrnnoo W.-JUflOtc'u, l\. 
N. W. Waro. Honorary ballbcarers: ' 
.7 ,7 • ""'*'*'*• ''"• '^- ^'c'>«nlel, JcMo 1 ■ 
Hal ley, A. I,. Kliia. Umvi' Sirlilh nhd | 
O. I-. Rims.— Monday's Chnllrtnoogn 
NnwB. I 



'K 1. Mr. Chft^. \\mrnici\ 
l-iniii',- of I hi' . 

iiiy and .Ml- \n-iri^ jji.'rf- 
ii;-ilo.i;;:.. 1,^,, ;,,; 



W'e wore sorry lo learn oi >... 
dealh of our esli'cmed friend, J. II. 
I.lllle. The rnunly has losl subsl:ui- 
tinl clll/en. L. 



i| iJii{i>I»{-]>I-I'{->l-['l>-I"l'>I"l--I"I"j' 
'"■+ • + 

I + . DVOi CREEK + 

t* ■ * « » - t j - T - i .. > - t . t -. i id - i - r -M-H- 

We road. In moel every paper of^ 
irasctJIca bul have never had one so 
. cloao to us as thai, o f the killing ol ' 
' Mr.. Tobn JMcXard by Ids brother, I 
Bcol I'irkard which occurred al their 
homo Balurilay nighl sborlly after 
dark. As told to us Mr. Tube was cor- 
recting his boys for some mlscnndiicl 
when Mr. KcoL, whos Is an olil bache- 
lor, and who made his home with bis 
brother, Tobc, Interfered and shot 
his brother while bo was silling al 
the supper laliln callng lupper. U Is 
a snd ndMir and much to bo deplored 
as they have been rjtlzeiis of tho 
county for ninny years. His remains 
were laid lo rest al Ml. Carmel Sun- 
day afternoon. A largo concourse of 
' relatives and friemls eongregatixl to 
.^lay llie lusl sad nti s lo the depart- 
ed, lie li-aves ft wife, several rlilldren 
' and .1 or brothers to mourn their 
loss. We lender our sympathy "lo the 
bereaved ones. i 

Julius Hush is smiling ovit Ihe 

arrival of a line boy which rame to 

. brlglUm his home a few days ago. 

■'., ainrllnir Spears is srejolclng over 

•j',«|dv?pt dfa llUln girl In his homo 



last week. 



iioy^rr/.sa 7, 1019. 



*' ' . • IN iilMlOHY. 
;'«*•.. ?:OfrMnrie» IJIllsn Il<mnr.l. 



The <lpcr««f(J wii« iMitii i'i<:r. ri.lli, 
1005,v<lnporlo<J TTiln Ilfo .Aiiif. IHth. 
IIIIO. glio iji(|. nut licloiix l<> iiii/ 
.church, hut «hn was n tio(n\ uU-l. Slic 
«aifl a iihorl wliilc Ui-dnn if-r >l"alh 



if clic \vu« hIjIo »1ii: wdiiIU gj j.Jiii Ihu 
ClinllnDKn chiircli anil bo lja|;lizu(l. 
MiilliiT niwj /altiiT, hihUt) aiio 
liml lic^r.') iiiiSH hiT ft<i iiiucli, hut 
grifvo not dear oiir« fur M.irip Is at 
r'c:st._ 'I'lif lAinl i;<h;1|i nil lliinK-< well. 
She always srtW she wanted t'l live a 
Chrlxlliin life nml meet her .'Saviinir 

in n hiKlier ;m(J In-lli:.- «i)i;.l \\).-:f- 
lII is (icaci! ami love, an.; jmijiu^- v..V. 
he no inori;. 
■Thosi; thill knew Marir- Inve.I l.'T.' 

.She leavct a father r.ml inoUi'T, 
two Mislern and two lirnllir;-.:/ .Slie 
was horn iiinl n:arc:d in \\'alkerc'ii;n- 
ty. Her remains were, laid In. rest in 
Ihe Cliall»>OK;i re.rm-leiy, the .".••v. I. 
S. I-e'inard conductlnK llie funeiiil 
.•^rrvires. 
A precious one fmin ii.-< Ija.f K'ini-, 

A voice we loved is /ilil!. 
A place Is viicant in <)i:r hur.-.i; 

'rinit iievr can he l.ilrd. 

Wrilten hy a l-i'u:iu'.. 



t%i-t''''^-i'>vVu -"-' •'•;.'--^ .'v','',' . — 

I ¥^- ■ ^ ^'^ '- ^ 'ohtt-oo.;;-;. ■ 
r< •>Tho gt-ntlo «plrllj)ifourbcloV«lil»- 
JTcrT^ri. J. n. Johoion. Tva^'wiaecT 
^;b«tk to God tnd cnUred Into the fl- 
Vn*l rc»l on Occ..20U», 10J«. If she 
"jlnd lived until Iho aisL day of J»^u- 
. ^^T.ipe^.yfoM.have been lUty-ei^L 
' i/eari old. 8ho spent, practically, 
:"^mll her Ilfo in North Georgia, hailn^ 
• /for a numt>er oi years, been a reil- 
'■1 dent. of Walker county. However, 
when the end came she was with two 
■of her daughters In ChitlooK«, be- 
coming,. while thero^ a vjctlni of In- 
Huorua and pnoumo/iia. ' - i 

.. • . • .1 

AH that li mortal pf hcr'tlcepsnow 
In the Center Point ccuicti-ry. where 
her body wa* laid to rrsiCoc. 21. Ilor 
fomior pastor, llev..W. C. Talhinl 
apcaking thn last but lieaiitlful rlto 
. a» a tribute to her earthly career. 

For seven years she ^as n ninrnber 
of the Center Post IJaptisl church, 
but had been a professed (Christian 
for a much lonifor perl.Hl, having j 
come Into our membership by letter, 



from a alstcr church. , Many were 
11)0 tnssvns On the moral and relii,-- ' 
^)UflAlde^of her life. tShe had inucli. 
resiOrvc aTi'd^Tlveii «' very~fliil<^[-ar.d- 
uiinsHumln^' life, hut sljt wjeldrd n 
yholcsomc and upliflini? inMuence. 
'J'his fact WBs attcHted to hy ilie.in- 
tcro»l she manircsLod • In her own 
liou»<;hold„»nd among her intlniule ■' 
friends. She wan always kind, Kcn- I 
crmjs and sym pathetic to those who 
needed her services. 

-Her Christian fortitude was man- 
Ifcsled hy thc-,pnlirnro>lth which 
ahc bore her suir-Trtngrtflu! seemed 
perfectly resigned 'and -gave every j 
evidence IhnL. while -she loved life, 
she was not afraid to dlei 

Ciod loves Ills own. "I'rerloiis In the ' 
_eyes of Ihii U.rd l.s the il.M.tli of His 
jHalnls." HIm. callinir them throudh 
death to hiKhnr and Ijoller Joys hi hut 
Ills loving cure. _ I 

I We now have ft varool pe^v,• the' 
'chain of our mem'ljershlp Is broken. 1 
•Hut It has been (Jod's denlhms. j 
Therefore, lei us bow In humble sub- 




Joseph Deck F^:nd Dcr.d 
Suspended From Barn I. off 



E.WUY Tins MOIOiLNG - CAUSE ^^^ ^^^^^ ^,,.; , *j ,\,,y,„. „,•<• rr- ! 

OF T.VKl.NG OF UlS OWN LIFE j,. icing ..vrr llii; iiirivul tlif 7lh, nf n 

1 li.iuiliful liUl.- cliuiKliliM-. whom Ihry 
UNKNOWN— FUNEHAL 8EU- . , clii-i.slcm'.l, DumLliy i;i.l.l.'n.s. 



VICES NOT YIT AN- 
, NOUNCEO 



«l« 



, The tragic Ocalh of Joseph E)ook, 

«l hla homo at rtock Sprhiga, early 

Ibij morning, Thursday, comes as a 

<Jislln(3l shock to \\\a manyrclstlvcs 

^mf^riwiJ* hero •na.jp the counly. 

■ His lioOy was found suspended 

frorn Iho born lofl by, a rope around 
1 ■. • ■ - 

. Ms ncik. : 

About eight o'clock he lold J,h'C 

-rj;rt»i>ers t)f -hii .household Ihi^-fiiVj 

7(iji.goln« H Uie^osL Onice iorlilyi 

3iTW,ik^iIe-J»fCBt by Uie barn no»j-pV 

: rl^iCs' honi«,U) turn out bohk^- 'Itlii,'' 

.•;V->\iiliqiiiiibffr8 of-Uio fioilly tl7ou|f1il 

V'.?»e wasgolng from (htsru to the POJt 

' Orncc' ' A I -^bou 1 8 :30 M bs E/llc DciiV, 

aa adopted dauKlilor oi the EH^ck 

' (aniliy, Nvcnl to the barn In search W( 

«rgf», and found his body suspended 

from a beam in one of the stalls, with 

' a tQpo ■ aroyud his nock,' Ho wan 

■oead, but had not been dead long 

when Miss Deck found the body,'ho- 

causo ift body waa not stllT and was 

"" *UI1 warm. I 

"riio alarm ^vus linmodiatcly ^ivon 

luid nclshhors came In quickly, and 

Uie body yvas lakuii down and carried 

li. ihi house. In-. Ilicu was cpiioltlji. 

3uniinon6d;'but life had passed from 

llic body «ind nothing <'.ould bo ilunu 

Itj bring it bock'. - ■ , , 

.< • .Just what wua llio canso of tho 

_'- Ungedy Js not known. Mr. Dock's II- 

liunclul condition was In splendid 

condition, and Ids domestic relations 

were peculiarly liuppy. However, for 

•lhc"pa»l few luonlhs Mr. l)t!ck had 

.'ijoen la docllnlng licul .i, ;.i.d tho 

■Jinsl BcVcral weeks hau ..ei-n .loclus- 

-Ivo and mcdilallvo. - l-ivbubly his 

broken licalUi conditions airoclcd 

. Ills mental power, 

'■Mrs. Deck is visilfng her son, 

-lla'lpb Dock, at Cornelia, and was Im- 

• •- •• ■■ o .V.-n M- ihc -"'Mn 



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I'il^ 



; TiVEvrv^nvE \E\na Ac< '" 



'HOVUMiEE 21, 1919. 



'Married at tlio. rpsldonco of J. n' 
McConnplI on Nov. nih al 11 o'clock' 
MiViU/U/ftlcConnKll U) Mrs. MInnIo' 
L, *'iIIinop, J. J. Halo. oniclQtlng. Mr. 
McConnoll lias won the booullfiil 

bollo^or the valley. ^ J 

1.08t Biln<Jay,:al Clmrloy Urown'n 
near I.lbnrly. •8(|iilrn John aowlanlT' 
Imdtjio pliidnuro ut gniling in mar-' 
rJago a .worlliy coupln.. Wr, b. H': 
Sinll 1 of Coo|.or Hi-lghia and Miai 
Mauil(j,Hruwn, n (Inughtbr of J^J.. 
J3row(i, of Clialjanooga. 

* cAnnFTTs aiAPEt 4. 

>{«J ' , . — — — f-\ 

I Wo regret vcrytnuch to Icnrn > oi 
tho death of Thoa. Haaty of Chloka- 

jinauga..... . • . _ , 

•ADMlMSThATOirS SALE A~ 

Georgia, WolkftT County. . 
1 Uy'vlrlup" or; an border from ,tho 
Court of. Onllnary, will bo aold ho- 
foro lhO|Court liOUso dopr in tho 
town of LaFayclle,^ aaid s(Qlo:'Bnr 
coui)ly, wiUiln- tho.'lognl hours ■■of 
aolo, on tho llr8C,Tuc8(Jay in Dccom- 
I'Or, next, tho following doscribnd 
liroperty, lo-wit:. Boulh halLoI lanl 
lots Nos. 12 and 13, In ttio Uth dislrlr*, 
nnd.^lh «(*cti(in'Df \Valk<T county, 
li.ia, excepting Ihcrcrroin the govern- 
^nii'nt rood and I'lghlowyiy •oT'.dcnlri'.l 
of CJcorglft' railway, conlulning, l(Vy 
acres, inoro'or less.; . Terms of anio, 
W.OOO cash, WOpO'(iayaltlo on or hr-- 
loro' 8. C JonoB'i death, und ' llOOO 
|.ayablo; In annual: paymcnfs ot,l:.1, 
it oiiil ■* .vcara, rcspoctlveiy. Dc'fcrroJ 
pnyincnti to 'ijoar Interest from dnto 
i»f aalo ot 7 pci* cent pnr annum. This 
>.iv. fi, 1010. 

> -MiMtY >V JONES. A.lmrxv' 
• • I'J.W, Jones, DcoeafojJ.. 

I ^ETTEnS OF, GUtUXDIA-NfilUP > 

Georgia, Walker County. ■ '->.Hf'' - ■■>' 
t'l Appllcatioo. having been- madp- In 
duo form to have Isaac Doss Appoint- 
ed girardian of nosa Xoo Carver and 
Lucllo Car^■e^, , minors, notice Is 
hnrcby' glvcq'-thal <ald 'application 
will bo parsed Upon at my ofllcoon 
tho first Monday In pnccmber, next. 
Olvon under my-hand. aridofllcial 
signature, this Nov. 3, 1010, <■ •">; •• 
W. L. Si'ANSELL, Ordinary, ; 



OCrOCENAniANDIED V . 

:t-' :.LATE WEDNE80AY MCltT „ 

___( Mrr. Pryor Irutclindd, aged BU. y 

'died Weducsdoy. night at tho homo ^ 

I of hor dauKhl()r-ln-lQw, Mr*. Bobl. . 

,.-■ . , , X ■"' ^ n»"ioy. In Uroomtown, afler^'twn ,. 

'iPTI^t) -1 nilCOl I MC^^ I ^'''''''•'Jl'nnss. Tho docoasnd was one i 

*riCn lUnO ILUICOO pof. tl.a.oi(io8t wbmbn In thoTcounty. 



il^S..J. li^HlLLDS DIED 

w'- ' •' 

k-...- — - .- ' 

'l^lTic death Monday morning of Mr«. 
J>M. Bhlclds, at 10 o'clock, at her 
titfnio al Pon4 Spring, at tho ago bf 
<^M doo^)ly deplored by hor many 
friends In thai community. Tho de- 
canted had bc^en in dcclinlns health 
fot'/a.ntunber 6t' months, but her 
con(titk)n Mid 'not become alarming 
ufltU » fpw weeks ago when 11 was 
Miro.thaHho, end Was near. 
'.•i^,^rs. Shields waa a woman of many 
b^Bv(llful-Chrl8tlan-gTacc8,~wanclnd 
Bjifl jBHoClionalc, and was unlversal- 

ly^6vcd"brftll'lho^olX'ho~know"her. , , , , . - . . 

-'li^vjtrvlving li6r aro a ^ysband, ono ''""'"'''♦ O'lrlnr pur' -rttftnlborea' 
'l»to,UJubcrllllek8,and ono daughter. 'rP'^h:rP oIii.o>i«h <o IhiMikth 



and was hvcdby. all thoso>,who 
iknirw-licr.-*, " ■i^/ -,' ~.'.,i,V!f •■. 

'Bho la 8ur%lvcd by two d'atighlora. ' 
»rn."M,*p;'Orr«fid M IsrA'nnrJaiiu 
Crtilchnold.V;. ^.i^fj.i*:', -vvi-ji^i,.- 

' Funeral -fcorlvcoa will bo held Ihls. 
Tliursday, afternoon from tho Cnntrr i 
Point church", conduclod by no/, J.~A. ' 
Eiell., Interment will bo Ip tho Con-' 
ler i'Olnt.comclory'. - -.i^^'H-A- I 
•:' ; ■/-! S7 : 1,- *•■' ■■■' JJV' ,• .■ _i. _i'S'^'<%-\ ' ' I 

cuti) op^aiiAiVks ;■>• . ,^i^^S^-' ' 

y^Voflit,'! cih'f\ol'fik p'rcsa ' bu PUi a n'k's 
and 'opprcclalion'.fop. lho":lovo'<ind , 
klniJnca»>.%howuitjiiJjy-«urilaiany | 
frlf ndi»'during-_pur' -rtcftnl' boreavo- 
om 



?rQJ>h.RlZo'clf>Ck;Jconduolod by Revs 
IWtjp. (TaUortt and, T. n. Hardin, la 
[th4r'i)ro8i}'niio 6f * large' concourse of i 
'>*i{rt>'^''«W' rol*llvc8^and frlcndi.-- In- ' 
ftoi5>lcnV.'f6llo'woci in^'tbo -f eavlno 

vM*»ly Ji^avltlful floral offering* at- 
le<(c^ lfl;lh8 ostacm In which llif 
■dM6RBcd, vis hold. '•''"' '■.." ."- 



fUNERAt SEflYlCEfcOfEHp 

-■■ Fun6M'A(Srvfcoj|* over the bod^t 
Joseph i'Dcck wcro'^hold .from, lb 
Hock. v';{, Springs church- Satiirda 
morning :bi lo o'olock.'^frtji.jdiotpd b 
nev. Muliins, of Chny rjcmfc'^alld Ih 
Rock Spring IhiU-^^W'W'miQV/i.-b 
wli'ch Ihoij^Wp^Ss a loyal an~ 
P^o'^f^^^ip&Jviir, ia-'htio presonc 
°' tJ?li wv^"J"U8 ' crowd, of poopl 
froK>5;3Uiiy overy stfotlon of th. 
opi!!'>yiJiilormonLJollowod^n.itJtt 
Hock Springs cemetery, tho full;Odi 
i'clIowlburlaL-aorvIod-^bolng -uMt 
Tho profusion of /lorilofforinga at- 
tested nuingly to the high estoom'Jl 
which Mr; Dock '^•aa hold. '/Vi.. 
i; Surylvfng tho decoasod aro a'tyid- 
ow, and loVen ohlldrorl,-.four'djiUfh'. 
tera, "Mr*. Mary ,• Lupoi'; of Dal^os 
Missca -Vera, and .Jowoir'D«<kk'''o: 
nook eprlngij,-Vftnd MIsa^EOlfr Vc^k 
art-, adopted .daughlcr,Tal«0''ot''lWi 
Sprlngavt'tnd 'Ihroo, 8ona,-8ani^lhW 
I''rod ;Dook >^.of.:'.ChatUnoogafvrfcftc 
Ralph -Deck of Cornel la,- a»:p»l« 
foupo^iirothera, '''-Jamea, -.'^/of Rttol 
Bprln^B; Mall and Dob of Tunpol Hill 
and -Lo* of Trenton,. p»;' and iHwc 

8i«icra,;K' :". '^r^'""'M'4l 



Fred CnliH. who was run ovor by 
an' av^pmobilo "nnU Instantly killed 
•Sunday, in' Home, ■ ,W08J l)urle<l,;,at 
I'lcisS^t HopQ ccmetory\ in -Floyd 
county, In^t Thursdny. Ilo Is sunlv- 
cd by a widow.and IhrcosmalL chil- 
dren; and tlirco hrotlici's, C, CCabo,' 
of this city, and Oscar and HIch Caho 
of LIndnlu. . ■ <i:ii'/X-'^i''^: '■^'■hk 

'Tho'many rplallvca'.^and j^frlonda' 
throughout Ihe county will b'o painoj 
to learn of Iho'dcath'.of'Mrs, H. P. 
Whedlcp,' of Coloradd, .Toxv which 
nccurrea OcU J O.Sho'wag a daugh- 
ti"^ of Mr. and Mrs. nichanl_M6rgnn,' 
and lU*od ot.l'nnd Spring uhlil afler 
her mifrrlngo. She ionvos ono broth* 
er, D, }f.' Morgan, of Pond Spring, ho 
bning tho only surviving 'mnnUjcr of 



60 



HoyzMBEa 28; IWJ 

uina M I coon criJiuvTr-S * 
'""^•' i'ndiuivri.uAYAriiuo.N 

I nomo Cia,Nov.2t.-Mr..Ma'-vA - 

Lorceicl,r;icd her nlncty-c^^^^^^ 
birthday at horho,ncn^nrr.>c« 

J I. Coopor. of nomo, and n\il^^^ 
?mco l.or ninnllcU. bnll.oay M.*- 

crs of ^*•l'l<:" *"° 8""" '^ , /.^ 
bcrlcan.U.er.s.d..U^ 

'SSu^dCn^r.ofpa.^^^^^ 
Ccu\nr •.sTlsUoU. Clmimo^n co m- 

,atrlollc.«orvlco. bcllcvln« ,11 ^ "o 
unc(TMalcd In U.o »Ulo. 

JAMES C.SIIIH.PASSEO.;?;' 
•-vAWAfATROSSYlLlEHOME 



ifg^?i^muAnv:gSir5^ 

[uilhi'wB* liornUn Walker county.Xin. 
Jan. 27,'"1877, «nd\lopartod lliln lifo 
iSopU^^W »0IO/In early. llfo Bho lio- 
rratfiOvV*!. Ctirl8lli:\ and , unllod ,wlU» 
lOnrrotl'8' Chapel M^ E^'cjnirch, vol 



li. 



Viamcs'Cotcman SLllli. a pronilnonl 
county cil.i7.cn nnd a leading bu.ilncss 
man of ItD.ssvilU;. died at lilo rosl- 
dcnco l:isl \Vi-.lMi-;<Jny niglil, after an 
illness of ten wucks.i ^-^i-. \ •■ 
.. ■il40ili'ro;i.ii'd Is survlvril, l>y '''S 
wifn, M.-iih-iircL Minerva Slltli, and 
two sfsU-t.s, iMrs. MarBurol M! lUgaii, 
of CovliiKl-un, Ky, and Mrs. Mary 8. 
Edgar, <ir II. h>initli,' Ark, nnd one 
irottTef; (ii'orgo Hi^Stltb, DfiClilcin 
not!. Ohlf). *• A : ■ ■' •■ I ■'•"'■ 
I • Mr. Stilli wfifl born noar Covington, 
IKy, Marcli r.'Hi, 1B50, cnmo to Oak- 
dalo,,Tcnn, In 1882, nnd was mrurlcd 
'to Margaret Minerva Thompson, 
'daughCer of JuilKn.and Mrs. A. 1'. 
'I'hompsnn. of HockWood, lnl883.T^vo 
'children were liom to this union, 
both of vshuni died.ln Ihclf. child 
hood. ' . ,' ' 

. Mr. BlllU'was ono of Iho pioneer 
citizens (if Ilarrlman. intor moving to 
GhattanoDgn, ami lUially entering tho 
mcrconlUo business In llossvlllo, 
where ho has since resided. ■ 

runcral services wcro held from 
tho rcsidnnc.O Friijay morning at, 
10:.10 o'clock',' coniluctcd by Ucv. W ' 
C. IlobcrUon, 'asalsted hy Hev. T. J 
Ilouts, in tho iJreMonco of a large 
concoiirwo of- relatives and friends 
Interment fuUoweil In l^resl 11 ' 
ccmclcry,*vr'T ' J' >'l'\ ,■ ■ 



.U«oful,mcmbcc until, «ho was trans-. 
EVlai)loil;lo^lli6 Pliurch Irlumphunl. 
f.BhO:*'n» piodcsl, humblo.'ima.sMim- 
\\nH\t[ tplrllunJ manner, nnd yol uo- 

cufiipfomUlnB- when - 11 -camo-lrt.^ n 

j^uodtlon of right nnd wrong.'^ '' ■ 

Jii(Pho.wa« married to nichard V. 

■Poirlsh'Kob. 7, 18V3.'6ho was A fnith- 

llul.Wlfo "nJ dovolwl moUior."-Bho \i 

^SurvlVtd hy a hushnnd, two children, 

jii'Sotiiind n dniighlnr, mother, one 

Ibrolhor- and one "Istor. • • r - - / t»?^?ffl{V"''r''^^^^ ^*^^_' ^r*^ 

ilj<>\>«7 lorgfl c(jngrt>gntlon nllend- I ^'/^^I'lAFAVtii it; ^7..^Tt;,'\' 

iiL<Ml'' Ihd- funeral aervico which was •t'x^il^'jQ'sJt.i^'4^^^^ 

H.KonUacto«l by hor pnslor. n*.iIstod hy 5i'/;-^~f-ji(-p-pi^-i~t»H-til|,.j. 

KhoV.'IIarrls.'rnslnr of.lho'MctlmdUt ti^..>^,';.-'':-Wv'*,V,'i<j/-_f.'^>--^'Ci'_'.„. 

«^jfihuH;li,'"«Quthy,l'n(ermonl wan !}l 

Kdhlckainaugn .Ofmclery. llcr- luvcd 

onfO.0!Urlcii<)»-.Kr\Qw_wticrcLlQJliiil 

T?)»cr,,'for 8ho. left glowing testlnu)n> 

§jU;<RClLn«>- consistent llfo. S» they 

».*'»"()rrow not as Ihrno whohnvo^ no 

^i»(>po.^,To the bcreavwl ones *o ox- 






■T. t " . IV * «""•''; ' ^ ~ 

ni-jWcirUie'-WKld'l'AV.b^^ 
ph'DoogtxhJhiUVillld q»tlclahd Wlfls 
rMary'Jlkhardsoh wcro happily fnar- 
jrlcd Sunday mornlrtg at Esq. oAcn's. 
-?Ml'.''Orcdn; mn^rlea them and they 
?wont[on Uiilr way'rcjolclnar. .: . '■■ 



RlcniJ 'our ho»rUoll nympalhy, 
?i>/*ft-vff<V. .' )■'{ ..' E. n.' AYi 



m^ 



E. a AYCOCK. 



b iN MEMOnV OF IU««0.\D PAUL 

">nrc*l Paul ha» lefl.us now, ^ 
,»AUa lies bcnoath Iho si/d; 'V 
?..VV« cannot see his dear rwecV; face, 
feror ho U now wlih Opd,^|' ' •.)■ 

yp^*^': ■ V-";- '■•-; 

!if5,0nit*»o •flOf'O"" P^ ^cU 24,-1910. 
llio'tnroI.Ol dcalh vlillcJ Iho. homo 
of-Mrrtnd Mrii. Monroe Haktr and 
(,look from Ihom-lhclr only child, lie 
^,irt« bom March 30. lOUvPanl was R 
\ bright, lovlny child, to know Mm was 
"7fo["ibvO'hlni. llo will F» sadly missed 
feillirouehoul .Iholvholo community, 
fjj^il' oh,"\ hoxf much moroTja^lll bf 
V*nl««edjn tho homo whcr« for flvr 
1'tborl ytari he" has been the llghV and 
sjjoy of tho bomo. He was sick only a 
>;r^'»ri d«y«..v Everylhlna Ihal lovlnf 
'^'tiartds could do waa don«i, bu^ «6c 
iaid "Com« up hlihcr, your x^-ork on 
xarlh'la done." v , '■: .'''V'.' ' ■ ,■ ' 
WU It *ad lo think thai wfc '•rill nev- 
^;^inon^ •« hia »w*«'l amlUnr faco 
j['«nt«f ootttoor, but If wo Uto right 
f,in' will( imtK. him In thai >rorld not 
(j/nid« yc^Ui hand*. He Iravoa * father, 
[^olhef, •'.tw*'.- grandfalhtra.' one 
attrat»dniollhV-*W » ^^'^ of rtlallv* 
)»od frlftoda lo mourn hla drparluV*. 
iifi'CTfao funeral *«r\ic« wtr« con- 
Aicled>y Hcy. Uarrla, and lh« lliUe 
ibody waa laid lb real lii Iho Chlcka- 
.maoga cemetery lo »wall tho r^ssur- 
>«0ipo moTtu '',yy A ^i.V*-Aj^^r: ;■ 'J' 
lo.far«*^lU-dear««t pntil,;^i?^:*V' 
rSw^eUy may you'alecp.v ■' 



iN'cw.s wM.i riMi.'iveilln.st Sntnnlny 
of Iho ilciilli III I'l. Lyons. Colo., of 
Waller Colcy, son ofMr. nnd Mrs. Kd 
Coley of ClilcUiitniniKa. llo ilied In 
llie n.ivy hn.'piliil In I't. Lyons Siin- 
(liiy, Nov.'l.ltli., and Mio body will bo 
lnterr('<Liit I''t. Lyon'i 'I'liiic'iilny. .Mr. 
Coley wns'2() years .of ago, niul was 
well-I;no\\l> here lo a wide clrcln of 
Uio y(n,inK(!r poopin of Ibc lown, hav- 
ing resl(lccl;liiTO. for, Boovral .years, 
llis'frlijnds'hero' v^-lll roail with ro- 
' gret his , death. .. i^v '■ ■' ■ .'" ■.' '.'■'' ' \. ' 



DwycuT m«7 you "''™^^'>V;__ijMi:^ 

Itrpowi car) Tp'er U Ulurb Ttrttrrtivi 

'Id TOUT bod wo (told and de<«Kj' .! 

■* •'iiTWrlVtea bj hU coDsta.^^^ '. 



61 



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DECEMBEK 5, 1913; 



i^llOn' ili<)^ovunin(f or.OCt.'ioUi.;'.IOl3.', 
'<^^no)ilonlli',nngol catnQ ond .clalinOil 
£,'»•. Ila owh;Mr8. Knima I'ra/.lnr, nilil 
Iwld.- "Coni'o up lilgticr wlinro 'llicro 
\h' roMt' nnd 'Joy." "i;."'- '>:■ ,' .* ''v ";'i ' '.'• 
'M, 'Aunl Kmitia wh« .born ■' Jiinrt ., 2?. 

I h\:onrly, girlhood., nnd-^ Joined i.llii' 
'H8ttioill9>, cliiirch nn<l;i.iv;>(l o folUi* 
'•i'jl' member unlll t!rii:>.'..*".'.', -V";;, V ;' 
4^l8ho leave* Ihrco brothcra and nrtn 
■I llslcr'^anc^ ft. tiosl of rolallvcs •; nnd 
viricndi to mourn horRoing a\vny./: 



H.-C:;iMcWlLLIAMS|;£ 
' isWEHS' LAST CALL 



WAS Quiirr ainisTi.vN r.ENTLK- 

SIAN ANU niGHIA ESTKOIICI) 
~~7^TjmiOSTOF;COUNTY ■ 



Il.li gftJ to jglyo bcr'):up but. wn 
fjinbw'lliu'.'gbo 11 8l rcel'whoro llicro 
'dVVio'nioro aufferlng and, sorrow, ond 
i;,:Jf,Vvo',wllt;Only trual in'lho.blosaod 
tBttvlor wo liavoitio promlso of,mc(;l 



■ The death Novcmbqr 13, of H. C. . 
McWilliams, nl li is homo aL Grcwx I 
Dush, at Iho oRo of 73, removed from \ 

yt-- 1 -»'^^« II »,,ii,„'„ .i,o,.n ^■,<■^\'^/\ 1 1 1 8 1 8 cc Hon aiid Ui couu l/, A h Igli 1 y 

f'tog llO^ on Iho olior »horo. ■./•.. '.'^' "^ , , , , . ,,, • i 

W^(/aV>'''>''.i>s' / '<' ••■vi,\'^- '■ ', -'r"^''' rcspccled nnd prominent ciUzon, and | 

JPi'AunlfcmiWbofolicrsufrorlng'pn-' bin duparUiro is d0oply.doploi:od 1)/ | 

jifUonlly and siid'Uio Lord's .will nuistl '''s lioal of, relatives and friends . in | 

|Ao■don^i'f3,!v^•^■^^^^v■■■^;V■'■^^:'■'r "'" cou"i^y- ■ ■ :..■,.:,.-..,/, ..:.,'r ' 

l!;^''''i'-'y--- }\'.l''''-?'^.':''i'--<. '-■''''■''.'■' \ Though quid nnd reserved in bis 
,i}tS;8hnorion nalil she wn Vroaily nnd demeanor.. lie was ever on the pro- 
tyalllnfftho Mastnr's caJI. , •■;.;., - ^ Krcs.sivo side of every issue, and gave 
^yiJrTo know her was.lo lov(\ her.' f;ho_ Ilia olforls nnd inllucnco to every 
yMwalyft ]md8ftme'cliPPrln(r'words nnd conslructlvo measure." Ho served 
^ii.'*.f!!jil''.ijl'li!lL*''-''.".^?'^i''; ■'«*<>''»'' scvoral times on the grand Jury, and 

■ .'V:, ..,' ■' r~r I. ,.'...• . , , — . .,. ' . Was, with, that body when tho now 

,16 know Hint W(» will never lio.nr her i co\irt liouse Jnilldinij was rccom- 
ftontlo voice ngnln. but we would sjy, mended, nnd nfter its erection ho nl- 
V'Wodti-not'fot- Aunt Kmmn is at rosl ways spoke of it ns a pride to the 
wliero (hero- Is no more partlhfii) nnd I county. Ho was nn Inlluenllal mom- 
no more 'farewells, l)ul where .^il Is'bcr of Sliiloh Daptiat church, and 
love? ;'■,'•• ' : ' -i/. ',"■ ■ • ■■ :,/, ' "vPii o cqnsecrntc^I Christian lifo. 

'.^llo^ldoai Ills wife, ,lio' leaves three 
1)rblhcr?,-l''.-A— Jr.C.-nnd-Dr.-J.-I'. 
McWilliums; two sons, F. I>. nnd O. 
n MpWUIiams; ono eon-ln-law, Dr. 
li.' E.'A'allcy ; eight , graiid- clilldroa 
lio MycTit-IloinTH w7;il(IifrB~irt I '' and , a, liost. . of other- relative^ .. and 
Chlfkiitn.'iutfM, I:i8t wedncHdiiy, wiis];' .frlon'd(l"'^t<Vmou^ri,1^,l9 ■death.. , '.; ■ ' 

condiicied 

hiioh Btip- 

crsuncl the \ivwu\ is liio hou of Mr.] , | tist Church,' In :,lho prcsonco , of n 

nrge number' 'of -relntlVoi nnd 



l^ipSJ W£ONfSDAY\NlGHT 

ScOtt Pickar'l, wlio nn Ihc i'ilght"T)f 
.Vov; Ist.. killed his brother,. Tobo 
Pickard, at. hie homo south of town, 
(lied , last Wednesday night at llio 
county Jail, where ho was uwailin'.; 
trial for the killing of his brother. 
KvcT since be h.vl licen conlltii.-d to 
prison be had bcca In broken hrallh, 
and at times was not considercil 
sano. His {;()n(litinn. . raipdiy - i'l-ow • 
worse until Ihc end came. last NS'ed- j 
ncsdayniglit.' 

'I'ho body was taken to .Mt. Carmci i 
cemetery 'I'hursday afternoon nnd j 
laid bcsido Ihat of his brother. | 

Mr. i'ickard was' never married j 
ai!(l is survived by several brothers. 



• r. /;;.•';' Written, by 'Her Niece. 

^ >., . ''• '■ . . ' ■ ■' ■•■ ■ '-;'■ 

p£0£MB£B6,'i91i 



ChlfkntnautfM, bist w'edncHdiiy, wiis .fl•|ond^l"'^t<V mourri,1\,l9 'deatl 
I (i.r-pnnciDal-sociarf.i.li;!-.. of Ihat \ p-^li;uniJrft^ scvvlo'g*. wcc<x i 
rio own. 'I tiu iindo Is the ^ddc^st ^ .■.■■i,,'<' f i-az-r - ■,,„ Jj.- ^ti, 
dnugl.ier ..i.Mr. nnd i^tri. 1.. W. Aiy-hl'.y "''v. t. S. Leonard at Sh 



nnd .Mrs. .1. 1'°. iliinda. lies'. 1(. It. 
.IdhnKiin odlclntciT. Tho b(i.'<l it 
fiiendH of till) yiiung couple "exienii 
lieurllCst oongrntuliitluns, .; . . , 

T^oi'li Brown died. at Ills borne 'in 
.\ I Kundiiy, Dec; 3, ni his 7illi 

yr iJeiith was tho rcisull of 

i.r. ' (USi-ase nnd , rheumalUm. 
I'ow ijii-n liiivo bfuii inoru succeai- 
ful In life. Ho left a fortune of »i',- 
WK),0(K), nnd bold every i)08itlon 
within the gift of his ndopted slule. 
Hut wenllli and jiower never eliMiiged 
ihui'grent't^oniinoncr; bo lived und 
(iitd ploln Joo Hrown. . >s. 



Jfrlendsi' Hl3'nephew.>i'nrted ns pall- 
hearers. Interment, followed In tlio 
yiiirT)]! ccinclory; 'I'/'f,' '' ■.. 
••TliUI many benulifiil floral ofTor- 
Ihgs ntlestcd to tho high esteem In 
which Mr. McWilliams was held',"-'- 



IM'A.NT niKI) V," 

.SUNDAY MOHMNG —r.-- - --~^- 
| — Unplh-Drury, — tho — snven-wcolw 
|old,«on df Mf. nnd Mrs. llnliih Mar- 
tin, die(r cnrly Sunday morning, nf- 
!ler n fey hours illness. Kuncrnl ser- 
vices wero held from Iho rcsidenco' 
Sunday afternnon.'conducled by Ilcv; 
L S. Lconni-d. Interment followed In 
tho locnl cometerj'. lYlends of "tho 
/icrenvcd family extend their Isym-: 
pnlli y-ln the loss q^f jl.Lei.rJjj.Uojio<_2 
I- rilT.M A.N— n.VI.MCV 

~Tlio-rn;inuiM:emeiit nf tlin innr- 
(ringn ,^■ov^{i;uth., nt Wadley, Ala., of 
I.Mr. lloaseV H. I'lllman amlMias 
.N'ancye Lo'ii Itainey, of Chattnnoogn, I 
will 1)0 niad willi int-i-icst by (lio I 
jniaiiy .friends of tin; c.jnlniclina , 
i|i:u-|lcs"Inwll)e county, fullmving '.s | 
Ibo formal card: , ' j 

■[ ".Mr. i.nd .Mrs. C. C'l-arr nrinounei;! 
•Ibo innrrlego of their slater, .Ml.s.sl 
p.'ancyo Lou Unlncy; to Mr. IId.s.sct H.I 
H'Utman>oii'8Btur(lny, ,\oveMiher llio 
I twenty-ninth,' nlnnleen-himdred and' 
[nineteen,' Wadley, Alabama. I 

|!-i-^At-liomoH»ri.or-:))(M!(>inlior-tonlliJ 
|Vii;anow,,Ocorgla." j 



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'^1 

...T.J 



<.-v^\.'VM'-:.'.a.v~-',V',.:^ -.,.,, 

•I-^- i -r I 'l^ I I . i - I "r-H-I-i~.^:r'H.| 
?.Mr. John JUirfleld «iid ^iiM'Ftbrd| 
Swansea" xvrro'bnppliy.innrried'lRsi I 
Suiidai'^.iUHl lI_Uuat_h7_£airuln»i I 
lh(rr.i-vrill b<s'lwo,or Uirto mor^. -.\j 
' iv*.'vi.,s -.••:Nvi.^..>'K.-,>v-ULUEsK\'XS^!5.1 



I ^/l 2.1 19/ 9 



ii.\y\\^ c srrri I nsTAXE - 

-^— ^'ADliriTKI) TO PIlOnATK 



i CliallanooKa. Dec. 7— W. A. StOd 

nnil ttic C!inUaMoni;a Savings Kniik 

tro named oxeciilors of llio cslalo of 

Joinca C. Slllli in llic will lllod yrs- 

llcnloy in'' lliO'COiinly coutl clerk's] 

[ofTlcc. , - . - I I 

r • Ueniirsia of $r>00 arc ]nfl lo CcorRo 

n. J^litli. Iinillirr of Ilio decraspij; 

Mrs. Molly SdLli KdRor, slslor; Mrs. 

MargarcL Slilh flagon, of Covington, 

Ky., gislcr; .Mrs. f.uarn Tliompncn. i 

•of llOrkw.loJ, slslcr-ln-Iaw, and .Vrs. I 

.Lily Tliomiison Drips, sistor-in-law. 

.1 • :MK'Stilli lieriurallicd Ills watch lo ; 

-|lii.s neplicw, J.C. .Meek, of Hrickwoofl.'' 

j^Mrs. MarKarot M.Slith, .^Clffl of llio ' 

,] f)cccase<l. Is bcqucalliod lior Juis- 

, hand's' Sliidchakor BUtomobilo ;and 

'Iho reildiic of the' ofllalo^ No Invon- 

■ l^.ry *nf -Iho' fropcrly hail yclbccn' 

filed for probftle.. j .. , < m. '| 



i,i;riT.its or hi.smission 

'M'n; >; .1. W'alkr:- (".(nmty. 

{ rmii iiiiil .li'ii lliinils, ndininislra- 
Icrs of .Mnry Wliilrsidi'. Iiiia apiilie.l 
lo llii- iiiirlcMsiKoeil for lollrrs of ilis- 
miM<iion from saiti nilinii\islr:ilor,sliip. 
Niilicp i.s licreliy »,'ivi'M llinl I will 
|>;iS!< on Miiiil iipplirnlion iil my oIIIim" 

.111 l.tii'tiyi'llr. saiil cniiiily, on llio 
llr^t Moiiil.Ty ill JnniKiry, iioxl. Civeii 
iinilri- iiiv hand iiinl olllcial SiKlialiiri',' 
I llii lire'. J, I'.lll). 

\V. I.. .SI'A.NSKI.l,, Ordinary. 



.).* '''iJc'liSCMOOl. IKHi.Sl'. ■■■";''%• 



NVi! worn sorry lo. .roml^of ,lhi) 

lU'iilli of our .K'lod friend,'-,.' Murrel 

'riininr. Our syiiiimlliy goi^u' OtiLfor 

.llio licrf^avcd. , .' ■■ ; ,. ,//.",, , .; ■'■■■' ■' ' 

1 '^A wfiKiing of uiucli .iiiiorcsftlial';. 

wo nvIrI) lo report 'in this wfi"Vs,let- .;, 

lor 'was Hint of Mr.'NuwL Oray nml .. 

Uliss I.iila- Wilson.' Tho hridrt Is Ihn^ 

oldost daughter of Mr.'nnd Mrs. O . : 

ill. WilHon, n Sunday school leached v 

In our Sunday school, and surely, nno ^ 

'of I^e's lln.ist young' ladles..; Thu \ 

groom Is Iho sou of Mr. Karl Gray,;^, 

n young man Ihat served his country ^ 

lo the extent nf'ttjolnir sent' to thn^ 

rariips hut dldn-l get o'cross nvor.V 

heforo pe.-.co wai 'mado..'' Ho Is'ttv 

young man of ho very heat of. chnr-4 

nctpr; Wo nrn glad thai Mr,-nnd.MrS;7 

(Jriiy will remain In our communily.,: 

A long and hajipy llfo wo wish tlioni.' 

I.KItEII.S of AUMIMSTn.VnON 

tieorgia. Walker County. 

Applir.-djoii having hecii iiindo in 
duo form lo have .1. ,W. Deck ap- 
pointetl iidmiiiialralor upon Iho <'s- 
•r.le (if .losi'ph Deck, lali- of waiil 
.rouiily. di'ceaseil, notice is lierchy 
given thai said nppliralimi will Iw 
passecl upon iit my olllc.e in I.nl'iiv- 
elle, Haiil comily. on (he llr.^l Monday 
'ln;.IaimAry.~ne\t. Ciiven under my. 
hand aud olllcial signature, lliis Dec. 
1, lUllt. 
1 W. r.. Sl'ANSKM,, Ordinary. 



i.irn r.us or dlsmis sion 

(iciiigni.'AS'n Ik or- County. ' 

II. .\l. Madaris, adniliiislralor of It. 
K. Aliiclaris. has aiipliod lo- llio un- 
dersigned for lellcrs of dismission 
Ifroiii said administrnlnrsliip. Notice 
is lierehy givonillinl I will pass on 
paid application at myofllcn In I.a- 
l-"iiyetle, said county, on llio first' 



i.r,rri;n.s ok admimsth.vtio.n 

(ieorgia. Walker (Civility. 

.\piilir;!l ion linviinr i"'i-n nnoe" in 
duo form lo liiivo W. D. Ilasly aii- 
pomliMl ailmmli'lriiliir upon (lie oh- 
-sinle of W. T. Ilasl.v. hile of siild 
comity, deci'iised. imtice is luM-ehy 
given thai said .ipplicaliini will lie 
P"ssiid iipiiii I'.l my olllce in l.ii|.'iiy- 
elte, said couiily. on (he llr.Ht .Mnmlny 
111 .laiiiinry, iu'vt. (ilxeii under my 
I and and idlUiiil signature, this Di-c. 
I, Utll>. 

W. 1.. SrANSKl.l,, Ordinary. 



vi:An'.s si:i'i'ouT 

(lenrgb, Walker C.ounty. - • 

To whom it mav eoiicern: ' Mrs. 
Veiiin I'ickard, wiilow of '1'. 1*. I'iek- 
nrd, liile of said coiinly. deceased, 
has aiiidled to Ihn iindorsU'iied for iv 
year'a.supiiort for herself ami jninor 
ehildrcn. nom Iho eslnlo of salil de- 
reused. Notiee is hereliy given Ihat 
I will (lass on said npplicalion nl my 
ollleo 111 l,i\l''iivelli< said county, on 
Hie llr.Hl. Mmiiiay in .limuary, next, 
(iiven under mv li.ind niid olUeial 
«igiuiliu-e, this jieo. I. 11)111. 

W, 1,. srANSKM., Ordinary. 



i.nAvi: TO .sriJw 

(ieorgia. Walker CounlV. , -^ 

I K West, ndmmislrator of »Jrr- 
eslnle of Sallio Scliott, hay nj-'C»«t<J 
lo the undersiBUcd for leavo I.. so-J 
1 1,0 r<>al oslnle l.elom,-ing to sn|':'''*-; 
tnle. Nolicois hen-liy giver? iwl i. , 
will na.ss on said niiplicntion aU m?- 

olllce in I.aFn.V'^llf:. »"''' <"'""^'v;.*'[-'' I . VKAIWS .Sl'IM'OUT 

the llrst Monday m •';""""'>■: J^ ;.,,;" , (l^rgla. Walker Couiitv 
Civen under my hand nnd tdUna'v i -^ ■ 

siKiialure, this Dec. I, 10I'-»- 

-. W. f,. Sl'ANSKM., Ordilwrr. 



I.ICTTKUS OF ^.lIAUI)IA^HlT^ 

Georgia, Walker Count}-. ' 

Application haviiiK lieen rmoi'j- it» 
due form lo have I.eon.-i \\ nfj*- np- 
liolnted-piardlan— rtf Man.lf- I>i»>- 
minor, ontiee is hereby givor. Vftit 
said iipidiealion will bo pnswtl xi\yifji 
nt my onico in Dnl-ayetle on tlio-lUsU 
'Monday in .lanuary, next. Grrer/ wi- 
der nvy hanil aud onicial siKuattrav, 
this Dec. I, 1019. ^ „. _ 

W, ll. Sl'ANSEf.^s Oi\1Ut««xt.. 



;?7r~Ai)MiNi.«;TuvTon's sale 

Oeorgin, Walker C.nunlv. . 
'■■ lly vlrliin of nil* order from tlin 
Court of ()rdiiiary,"vill ho sold he- 
foro llio Court hiiiiho door. In Iho 
lowil of. I.iil-'ayene, said sinio iiud 
coiuil.y, wllliiii llio legal hours of 
Hiihi.'io the highe.Ml. and best bidder 
for cash, on tlnv llrst 'I'uesdiiy m 
Junuaiy, n"\l, Ihn following de- 
BcrUied pni|ii'i-|v lowil: One lot of 
hind No. :':i-: in llm I'lllh District and 
.trd section of said slalo and rouuly, 
conlaliilng liiO acres inoro op less; 
!nlso H(l iieres inoro or less off. of lnl 
of laud No. v:il In the -'11111 dlslrict 
rni| ;ird. secllon of Walker eounlyr| 
Oiiorgia; also 15 acres .more. or-lo»B.I 
,PU lots Nos. :'L'I and 1.'.'-, in Uio L'Oth I 
'.(llslrlet.aiid ;ird secllgn otLWalkor. 
Ccoiinlv, (Ieorgia. All llio above proii- 
'crly known as tho 8. <1. Turner i 
'projierlv. This 2nil (lav of Deo. lUlU.' 



I'o whom it mav concern: (>arrie 
CiOree, widow of iOd (iinee, lalo of 
,iaM\ counly, deceaseil, has applied lo 
'llut-Mndeisigned fur i\ year's su|i|>(iit 
for liiTijself iiiid minm- cliildi-cn, fi-nm 
Ihe e.^l'iite of suidMeeeaied. Nnlice is 
hereby given Ihat 1 will iiass on said 
niiiilicalion at my olUco in I.al'ny- 
i-Ue. said counly, on Hie llrsl Monday 
in-Janunry. next., (iiven under my 
hr.iid nnd olllcial signaUire, this D.'O. 
'l. lUlft. 

• jW. I.. STAN'SKl.I,, Oi-dinar.v. 



I.I-nTi:i\.S OF ADMIMSTllATION 

(ieorgia,' Walker County, 

Aiipllealion liavinif Immmi made in 
,due form lo have M. 0. Long ap- 
pointed adniliiislralor upon l|ie es- 
iiile of .Moses l.<iiig, lalo nf n.ni.l cmin- 
ly, deceasi'd, notice Is hereby gi^ci 



Hiat said nplllealioli will bo passed 
upon at iny olllcn on I lie llrsl ^roll- 
di;y in .lanuary, next, (iiven under 
iiiy hand and olllcial signalure, this 
Dec. I, IDI'.l, . . 

W. 1,. STANSKI.I,, Ordinary. 



! Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mashbiini aru 
i-ojolcmg over Iho nrri vail Sun.lay 
iiiglit-of-iwlns,-n-gir|-nnU— iv—h-y- 
NVliom lliey have iinmcd Aim:, l.pcy 
nnd AKln Lullicr. ■ 



m: 



DAVID SlIAIIAN, Adiiir..' 
Mrs. S. (1. Turner, Deceaseil. 




, DECEMBrR 12, 1919. 



- (IIASTAIN-IIASTY 

•|'lii; r.illo-.viii;{ imirnitiriMnriil •.! 
llu! miproacliiiiK iiinrri.iKi- of Mins 
Miiry Kliziibrl.li t'.lmHUiiii In Mi'. W. 
I). Ihisly, will Ih' iis\'1 Willi iiili;i(!»l^ 
liy McssiMiaor rciidiM-s: 
[ "Mr. iiikI Mis. .IoImi A. (;ii:iMlnii) n;-. 
\m\v.*\l llin liiiiior >>r y.Mir pn-scMicn ill. 
'lliii iimiTini;!!' iif tliiNr iliumlili-r. 
LMnry-Kli'"!""!''. '" Mr.'Williinn I)')/.- 
Icr IliiMly. Wcilncsdiiy iiricnmn:!, U.i' 
■ncvciUci-nlli lit licrriiiliiT, Dun Mioll- 
Isan-l iilno lm;\(lri'a niwl nliu'lroi), nl 
jlwo o'cliick, 'Pn-slpylrrlnii cliurcli. 
iTlininasvillo, (<o." 



SII.UIAN-TIIO.MI'SON' ;j; 

Mr. nml.Mi-n. I,. .N. Sliiiliun ii 
nitiim-o llio innn-inpi' of tlioir ilauuli-, 
Irr, .Mnry Pnc. to WiUiuin M.'riiomi)- I 
son. wliieli \vu» .xiilcnmi/ril Satur'L.y 
nfliM-noon nl four o'cloeli in Atlanta. 
■|'lio liriilc ^^ .Miss Slmli;m ir< iilo:is- j 
:'.l>lly rt'Mn*>nilinVr.il Ikto. Slii; tittd , 
lirrn ill AllaiUn wlioi-n slu- li;is Ihvn 
••inplcycil for tfoim- linn". Mi'. aiiU' 
Mr.*. ■Clioiiii'Son' will i-fsiilc in Al-. 
laiilii.— a"'"I"> •'^ lliii'iio New;). 



lUUlc Ittlly rorliiiiP 

iKnlcrliilniH ui Slli nirlliiliiy 

I Mi!)9 Kll7nl.iilli iM.rlun.! .•nUTlnln- | 

>rl aln innhl nllraclivc. imrl.v Hnl"r-| 

j(l;vy arionioon In c< IrluaUoii of Ut'V] 

jiirili liirlliday. 'llir liUlo kiwhI.i ns-j 

bciiililc-il al half i.nHl llirro iiiul aflor 

an, hour of happy play wcrn Ird l<> | 

tliR diiiiiiK room. 'I'lio lalilo was love- 

ly in iln dor.oratinns of (.rfcn, tlio 

cpnlorplcco.hclnfr/a-^flllvor'-nilgffi.ol 

vase lioldinB^Avliito oarnulinTii. Tiny j 

ice rroam Huiila ClaiiscM wcro nrrv- ' 

led, llir mlnla and placn cards carry- 

jlngoulllio color nclicrtic-Tiny dolls 

Willi crcpc paper drcsucn wero Uio 

favors."' '. « '** 



^ AFTER LINGERING ILLXESS' 



I ■VisilinK'ul.\V.W.S..My.W during 

'(1,0 lal Irr W "f '"•'"•""•• ''■""'■'• '"' 
UlBlcr. Mr.H. Sarnh K. l.aiiHford and 
ilu'r husband. .1 nines K. I-nnsfonl 
I'l-hny live in Houston. Texas, -iiOd 
Irania to the ('...nreiUM-ate rnunlnn In 
[Atlanta. Mr. l.ansfonl lieing a t-""- 
f.-diM-ato Hol.li.-.r, hnviiiK gone In .. 
,1... mn-vice fn.m Wnlk.M- r.ounty iu 
llhoearlyi.nrl nf Ihe Civil War. ' Uo 
Mrrvn.r cMliivly llinMiKh .s:iid war, 
I HurrondcrlnK With Ueit. Ilcdit. K I-oc H 
l„nny al. Apponiatox, Va. Mr. and 
'Mr« Lansford niovr.l to^•loxas almdt 
.in yeirs ago. Wliilo in Ihi.s eounlry, 
they viHilcd r.'lalives aiul friends in 
\V»ll<.'r. f,aloosa and Cl.alU.oga 
1 counties, who enjoy-'l ' ll>''i>- vlslL 
I very much. AH w;inl Ihcu to roinn 
■ , . ! XXX. 

again. 



Many hero will he inlei-e.^li'il lo 
learn of llie- approaehiug marriage 
of llev. WasluiiKlon rhnina.t Irvine, 
a former pn-siiliiig elder, of the Hal- 
liiu di.^l^lel. to Mis.t Maude Zelma 
, Twilley, of Jewell. 



''"■Afleriin llhicsd of urtvcral 'months;' 

|D..n. Ilcy, one of the county's well- ^ 

I known and hlkhly respected citl/.cns, 

'died at his linmo near (>atlett Mon-, 

day niglil.. About a month ago h(; 

bocainn desperately ill and all hope.ji 

were given up, but lie milled and the 

physicians dnd relatives fell that ho 

would po.saihiy 'rcoover. However, he 

look a turn for the worse Sunday 

and it was soon seen that tho end 

was near. ♦ • , . ' 

Surviving him are a widow and six 
chilf'ren; two sons and four daugh- 
ters.' ■ '■ ; ■'.■■■'•.■•' I 
U-'nneral services wero held from. 
Ihc Hock Spring Methodist church 
'J'uesd.Ty nflornoon at ■J o'clock, con- 
ducted liy Hev. A. E. Scott, In the. 
presence of a largo nymber of rela- 
tives and friends. Interment follow- 
ed iii the flock Spring cemetery.'' 
, Quirt and unassuming Mr.vHey 
uindo friends by Iho Score, and bin 
death will ho deeply deplorcdi. ' 



|flOMASH.B:SHRITEA(5ED78;| 
II^DiED'^EDNESm^NIGHT^ 

I ,';T'ho snd news of Iho death of Thos'"; 
11. I).' Srito,' aged 70, was received ',. 
liero ■early .Thuisday. Tiumlng: Mo ' 
dled'nlAllonl'.irk, Teii'4 Wodne'- ; 
'day nlglil, after a .sov: rnl monthV 
illness. ^i,,A{-r^!'.>i<,T,.i: ;:.'-:i'-. ...Vi^' 
r lio-l.s-surs'ivpd Ivy.hli .wife, Mrs..- 
Sarah' Xlerber.^rilc; r.Inc chi4ilrou:': 

.MrsH,I.-lI,-I">rlrinon,-ofj-till-,n-I'arV'- 

Mrs. V..N. S)mw and Mrs. 11. 1', Ixy.l. 

nfI/aI''Hyette, Mrs \V II Denhani aii-l' 

•'Misa Huhy ;Srito,,; of r,hnll.'uioog:\v 

I Ooorgo J.; of Grnn'adn, .MIs.V; \V. T,f 

l_'of I'.rrndon, Miss.; 1\ T. niul S. n.'of' 

l.CliatlnnGoga, and Iwo.sislers, Mrs. E... 

; E. Evill, Cedar Cirovo.anil Mrs. M.,'! 

:. E.'.M organ,' n graduaio nurse of Er- ,: 

•. lanpei' Iiospllil.'who also resides in' 



Crdnr Orovo.H 



' ■•"•■■ ,:-^''-'U^'| 

.;:Mr.'^rila.''>-n« a' eltiicn ..or.vlhls ' 
county. for a long number ofycar»,^:' 
,Bnd^()nlt'.lwo!;year»» ago' moved to " 
Mississippi, and later made his homo'" 
'Ki Alton rarkrilo.wna-wldol^f known'" 
'ln''lho:col\nly'B'nd waa. h^ highly ca-'j 
"itompdciliicn. Ills doalh.'comes as a i 
■i»hne')rlQrjil(i man jr 'County JrlenifSr"! 
rATuiounconicnl of funeral arrangv"- ( 
tiwnla had riolbocii mado Tliu'l'sdny i 
■;,niorlng.-^f;J^!^'vi^^.\,,''.'v.,/'%j/i^v;^,^^'.-'-, • < 



! Mr. ai'ul-.Mrs. .1. C. Yo\mg,of <^'.veu 
Hush, have 'the symp.ilhy of Ih.i ir 
'A:nny friend.'* in the do.-xlh early Sun- j 
;^Uu-.,Hinrning of lh(>ir infanl cl'.iM. 
l-iuieral services Were held front U-fi 
jre.">ldeiu"C SuniJny afternoon al two' 
.V'rloek, conducled by Hev. I. S, E'-iin- 
vnriK. 'Hie" little l^^dy w.is Uild lo le^t 
!:iu Iho family prayeynrd. . - •' : 



64 



NOER, DECIMBER'lO, 1919. 



bifcTEMBER 20,' i0l9r ^ 



I LEGAL /CPVEnTISn^lENTS. 



^••''. An.MINISTUATOn'S SALE 

o(*6rgiii, W'nikor Coimly. ' 

•Uy virtiiQ of nil urilcr from llio. 
CnucLdt Onliiiary, will^o hoM tio- 
foro Ihn roiirt limiso door, in llmi 
lown of Lnl''nypUo, oniil olnlo niid I 
couiily, wiUiiii llio h'Knl limirs ofj 
s.Tlc, to tlio liiclirst niul tiosl hiilJor! 
for casli, on Uio ilrst 'lui'silMy in] 
.lanunry, 'no.xl, llio folUnviiiff do-' 
ccril)i>(l jiroporly lowil: (Jiio lul of 
l:nul No. LMJ In tlio l.'(Ut\ DLsli-icL nnd ' 
.^^'l section of said slalc nnd coiinly, 
conlninhiR lOO ncros inoro or loss; 
nlso HO nrrcs nloro or less off of loL 
of land iNo. J31 In llio I'dlli districl 
rndSrd sorllon of Walkor coiinly, j 
(icoVgia; also 15 ncrrs more or Ipsh 
oil' loU Nns: :':.'l and I'-?, in llio COlli 
(lislrlclnndnrd si-clion of W'nikor 
connty, Gcoi-fc-ia. All llin aliovo prop- 
orly known as tho.!'. (i. Turner 
properly. 'Jliis Cnd day of Deo. lUlO. 
DAVID SIIAllAN.w\dinr.. 
Mis. I'. 0. 'I'lu-ner, Deceased. 



vi:Airs sLiPi'OUT 

Georgia.' Walkor County. 

'I'o whom iL may concern: Mrs. 
V^nia I'icknnl, widow of 'r. P. Pick- 
nrd, lato of .said ccmnl.y, ileccasod, I 
lias «piilied to llio luulersiRnod for a 
yonr's supporlfor liorself and minor 
cliilrlron. Iroin tlio cstnlo of said de- 
rnased.-Nollro-l9 licrchy Riven IhiiL- 
1 will tinss on said application nl my 
oflloo in I^Kayntlo said county, on 
llin Ural Monday in Janviary, next. 
Oivcn under my hand nnd olucuu 
lignature, tlils Deo. i, )0U). . 
. ', ;. •■V\'. L, Sl'AiNSHLL, Ordinary. I 

: ' • UTAH'S filJPPOUT "~^ " I 

Georgia •^\♦^lkc^ County. ^ -j 

' To wlioiD it mQ\'' concflrniCarrln 
Gorco, widow ;of Kd (ioroo,-lnl(\ of 
.^aid county, deceased, lias applied to' 
Ihn undorsignnd for a year's support 
for licraclf and iiilnor clilidrep, from 
the eslQtn of said dccenaod. Nollco 1r 
hereby given Hint I will pnSs on said 
application ot my olllcoln LaKay- 
ette. said county, on llio (Irnt Monday 
]in' Janiinry. noxt.Cilven under my' 
,licnd and olUclal signature, this Deo.l' 
I, lOlO..',-- ' -,. ( '.■ ■! m\. 
^;j(,:. . \y. L. STANSELL; Ordlnnry" 

LirrrEn.s of AnMiMsliiAriON 

Georgia, Walker County.- ^,V,";; ^\-"'] 
. Apiilicallryn haviuK been :m'(itIo'l" 
iduo form to Kavo M. 0. Lonk- np- 
nolnted adminlslratop upon llin es- 
UlQ ofMoBeg Ivong, lato of said couii- 
ly,"ric6ea8'ell,'*holico is jiereby glvon 
llial Baidnplllealiofl will ho passed 
uponial my ollico on, llio Jlrst Mon- 
dny.Jn 'Janurtry, next. Clivcn.imder 
my linnd and'olUclnl signaluro, llila 
Dec. i. 1 01 Q.'- ■■■.,.'.'; . fj ' - • 

i / W. L. arAN'Sr.r.r., Ordinary. •" 



i.i-lTKHS OK DLSMISSION ..",v 

.Seorgia. Walker County. •■ . ' 

'i'oiii and Jmii Iluiuls, ailmlnistra- 
lers of Mni->- Wliileside, has applied 
lo llio UM.lfrsinned fur l(>lters o( dis- 
mission from sa:d adminislnitorsliip. 
.Notice is liereliy Kiven that I will 
pr.ss on said applipution at my olllce 
Ml Dninyetto, unid county, on' llio 
llisl Monday in .liiiiiiniy, next, (iiven 
i\ndo\- my hand and olllciivl sigiuiluro, 
lliis Dec. 1, luiy. 

W. ].. S 1"AN.SKLL, Orilinnry. ' 

LE'nr.us or i)i.s.mission~~ 

Georgia, Walker County. 

II. .M. Madaris, ndniinislrntotof R. 
K. .Madari.s. has applied to llio \in- 
dersigiied for lellers of dismission 
from said adininistralorship. Notlcn 
IS herehy given that 1 will pass on 
snid a|i|diriili(in at my olUee in r,a- 
l-'nyelte, said eoimly, on llio first 
Monday in .lanuary, next. Given un- 
der my hand and olUclal signature,' 
this Dec. I, lOID. 

, W. L. Sl'A.SSEI.L, Ordinary. 



LEAVE TO SELL- 

Georitln, Walker Codnty. 

J. Iv .West, ndmlniatrator of. Ilic 
eslalo of Salllo .Scliolt,- has applied 
lo- llin undersigned, for loavo lo sell 
Uio real estalo lieloiiRinK to said os- 
Into. Nollco Is.hcrehy given that 1 
will pass on said application nl my 
"»<iico 111 Lai''ny(itln, said county,' oa 
ll'O llrst Monday In January, next. 
Given tinder my hand nnd ollloiul 
signaliirn, this Deo. 1, 1010. >. 

W^ L. BTANaiCLL, Ordinary.'. ' 



LICTTEnS OF* CUAUDLVN'SHIP V 

Geoi'Kia, Walker Counly.i • 
.. Apniiention having boon made In 
duo form lo have Lcona Ware np- 
poipled guardian of Mamie Day, | 
minor, notiro Is hereby given that- 
paid application will be passed upon, 
at my ollico in LaKnyolle on Ijin llrsU 
Monday In January, iievt. Given un-. 
der my hand and olUclal signalurc, 
this Dec.-I, 1010, • ■ •,;v -■-' ,•■,'.' 
. , . W. L. a'l'ANSELL, Ordinary:,", 



LErrEH.S or. An.MlNlSTHATION 

Gcnrgin, •Walker County, -^ ' ' ■^'■' 
^Apniiention' liavinjr neeii mane in 
due form lo have W. D/ Hasty nii- 
poitiled ndniinlBtralor upon llio es- 
'Htnlfi.of .W.'T.- Hasty, lato of r said 
cOunty, ,j(lcceai(cd,-»iiolioo -Is ' herohy 
Klvoir that said oppllenlion will ho 
im'ssed upon at my olllce in Lal-'ny- 
otto, said county, on the Ural Monday 
In January, next. Given under my 
bond anff-o/Tlclal signature, this Deo. 
J, lUlO. ■■:'.. r : J . . ■ > . • 
^v.'?\;;W, L.. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



A thujlte of love 

V On Iho 4tli day of July, lOlP, the j 
dcalli angel visted tholiappy homo 
and boro away tho spirit of Lena 
Strickland Derscy. ■ , I 

She was' boiVi April i."?, 1883; was' 
mai'ried to K. L. Doraey Sept. 0, 101 1.1 
She united with Iho Chattooga Hup- I 
ll8t-oliuroU-Aug.-liK)2-and_livcJ.a j 

consislcnl member until July «, -luiv 
wbi'ivGud vnUwllidr' tu;i;c.'^-v^; ' ;: 

lLia_aJiigli_i\n(l nobl o privilege lo 

piiy loving tribute to Iho nicinori^of 
our dead. And while we aro sadden- 
ed by a sense of irreparable loss, v. c 
how in humble svibmission to Hie Di-., 
vino will nnd pray that her inllm-nco 
may continue nnd her memory be 
r.n inspiration. 'I'hat in Ihe provi- 
dence of our Heavenly Father tlie 
hand of nlUiclion has been laid 
heavily upon Ihe hearts of nope 
more Ihan her devoted family in 
removing by death our .li.slcr, tli^ro- 
i fore be it n^solved, 

Isl. That the membership oTChal- 

I (ooKa cliurrh hold in loving re- 

.membranco and bear leslilnony I:) 

her noble virluivs, her fnilhfulness, 

arid loving service. ' ' ^ 

I 2n(l.'Thal we extend our lendercst 

jsyiniiathy to her husbnnil, thildrcn, 

I brothers nnd sisters in I heir lie- 

' reavement, and commend them for 

consolation lo Him whose graco In 

sufllcicnt for ever>- trial and^ pray 

that-God in His Inllnile wisdom may 

1 sanctify this soro aflliclion to their 

' clernal good. 

3rd. That a copy of tbeso resohi- 
tions bo sent ttin family, a copy be 
sprend on Hie church record, a copy 
be sent tho W'olker County Mossen- 
gcr.— Mrs. S. E. Hansom, Mrs. <Quy 
.Mitchffll, ComraittOM., ■ 



65 



iyu/i9/s 



IHlUSjNEELY MEETS DEAIH, 
laLGASOLiNLENGlNE-fRlD&Y- 



^TTIio Rttd inloTlfRTtico of Uio Ironic 
rlonlh of Mllns Ncoly wan rncottf-d 
Jinro Salurdny mornlnR. Friday af- 
i 101*0000 Mr. Ncoly was caught in Uin 
'wheel of s Ranoline ciifcinn tie.hud on 

Ills' farm at I-umbiftlon, Miss, and 
I before ho could cxtracl hlrnsolf he 

received a broken leg, n bruised arm 
land several Inlernnl Injuries. He was 
' rushed lo a hospllal at Hatllesburp, 

bul heforo an' operallon could be 
Lpprformrd, .death claimed lilm. 

|-*F(ineral .services were held Mon- 

(fny' afternoon at Rylvefller, (in., llio 

homo of his wife. Mrs. J. W. Massey 
land'tW. n.'Nccly. of Ibo Immediate 

relallvcs'horo,' attended the funeral 
i Monday afternoon. 
I Surviving the, deceased are a wife 
inndono child; his parents, Mr. and 
|1\(rg. W.II. Neely; five sisters. Mrs. H. 

Suggs, of Cedartown; Mrs. C. V. Dal- 
■lonj,'.of Peoria, Arir,.; Mrs. O L Stan- 

««ll^;Mrs. J. W. Mns.iey and Miss 
■,1((audo Noely of Larayello; and one 

brother. W. I\. Neely, of this city. . 
ii'.l'rlends of the grlof-slricken fam- 
-lly-exlcnd their heartfelt sympathy 

In this-sad hour of bereavement. 



.|RVW. G. CONLEY DIED ■ 
pitiST SATURDAY MORNING 

[ . Mrs. >V. G. Conley died at her home 
;ln'-\Vesl Lal^nyotlo Saturday morn- 
' Ing, at 10 o'clock, after a brief lllnes.s. 
''".Surviving her are one daughter, 
I'Mles ^In(lKO Conley, one sister, Mrs. 
.Ellen Ghcoren, of. Clintlanooga ami 
.one brolhor, J. 11. Tyner, of Hock 
I Spring. .. ..->•-.•.■ 
'"^Funeral services wore held from 
'[ho , nock Spring Melhodisl church 

■ Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in 
the presence of n largo number of 
relatives and friends, condiicled by 

■ her pastor, llev. A. K. Scott. Inler- 
!menl, followed In the Hock Spring 

■ cemelcry.;- ■•' • 

i Sinco early childhood Mrs. Conley 
i was a devoted member of the Molho- 
jdlsl church, and for n long number 
ofyears was a member of the flork 
Spring rhni-cb. Quiet, kind and un- 
nss\imlnff, she made and held friends. 

llcr life was ono |if gentle givid 

Ili^P'lIsTTind her memory wllfbo cher- 
ished; lyrtho8fl,whp-''"<^W licr. good 
work 8^ T': • ; 



JAIiUAliY 2, 1020,. 

FUHERAl'sERYIGES OYER . 
==BOQY^OF"TfHrBrSRlTE 



Funeral services were lirld I'lvd'y 
afternoon over llio \>oily of Thomas 
II 1). Srite, nl F,,Tlrvle\v rlulrch, con. 
ducle<l by Hey., Unrlow Mcrnrlnnd. 
in Ibo prcsefieo of n large number of 
sorrowing relnlives.niul friends. Jn- 
Inrment followed In Iho Fnlrviow 

cemetery. '*•''_ ■ __.' ' ^-- 

_^Ir"..SrIlQ w.isa life-long anil ar- 
dent member of llio Methodist 
chureli. and ^^■ns an honored and re- 
speeled eili^en of Hits county. His 
sterlIUir"worlli^6hd~good "Judgment 
made blm a splendid ciliien, and his 
many friends in Iho county, mourn 
his death, ■ \' ', - ■'--.■ 

T. J. Il.VUniS. AGKD 83 

•; DIKD LAST KATimnAY 

I ' Tlic death of T. J. IlSrrls, agctl 83, 
at his home In F.asl Arnniclipo, Sal- 
\inlay, comes at a shock to his ni.Tuy 
friends in thai section. Survlvlnc 
hlm.aro.onaslstor-andlhreo broth- 
ers, funeral services were held from 
the Concord church Simday after- 
noon. Interment followe<t In the Con- 
cortl graveyard. 



J|||.mi||)J5TUS FITE 

:■ illEJ SIJOOEKIYXMUS DtY 



Vrrho suddoif.death of Jmlgo A. \V. 
FJt^'nt'GftHBt^fcl'o. Chr^lmas day. 
catpo as ■ ft sboA'toNl/s . host' of 
friends all ' over ihtf"' wate! ' lib 'H.id 
eaten a hearty Christmas dlimer ni' I 
relumed. tO|lil8 oDlco to moot Aon.e 
clients, wheil he became suddenly j 
and before mddlcal aid could bo se- 
cure(l, had passed a^vay. FuncV 1 
services wero~hcld al"~Cartor8vl!l;' 
last Sunday. . 

. Judge File was well-known in Ihia 
■sccllon and has many wann friends 
lo mourn his death. 



;, MRS. E. A. SARTAIN 
NfttvB was received Tuesday mom- 
Inx of the death of Mrs. K A. Sar- 
laih, of Chickamauga. Funeral scr- 
,\icc8'wlll be held from the Ghicka- 
maum' Methodist church" Wedncs- 
daj-. Inlermenl w ill be In tho Chk t- 
j tmtupf wnnctcrj-.,. ^.,-. ■ . - . ,: ^t .;._,- '. 

'FRANK-ARNOLD-OROPPED— 



"DEAD"ArCONVICI'CAfi'P 



|- l'"rank. Arnold, the faithful guard 
I of .Iho county tonx/Cl camp, was 
j found dead at liWosl of duly Wed- 
nesday morning, MJcc. 2'ith., about 4 
I o'clock. When j]o went on his night 
I'vyork, bo was aiiparently in good 
heaUh, and his death camo as a 
shock to his family and friends. 

: yVboul 2 o'clock Wednesday niom- 
ihg, Mr. Arnold's faithful dog wont 
to Iho tont'-of ■ eomo of Iho gang 
nhd tried 16 jfivo'lhn alarm, but the 
mon in iho tents g'nvo no thought | 
about Iho matter and drovo tho dogl 
away. About i o'clock, tho dog ap- 
peared again, and this time tho men 
got 'up>nd found Mr. Arnold lying | 
dead'on the ground. Heart trouble is 
tljought to havo causod his death, i 
- tSurvivIng tho doecased are a wife 
and three small children. I 

'Funcrarservicos wore held Christ-' 
mas; day from Iho^ Wood Station 
church. Inlor.Ticnt followed In tho 
Glafidcii graveyard. - , .... 



— — i%[:5.SEr.T:^KiixTAx; "-7 

•The nnnouncenlcnl'-of the mar-.. 
rliiKC of Miss >rfl'nusscll, who'ls 
popular with a wide circle of friends, 
bcTP, will Jie readVlth inl^restr J, 
; ,'-Mr..on(i-Mr<.:Williani Weirltus-; 
seir^aiDnnunco IhQ^ftrringoofjlheir- 
i'I.Trvchter. Nell VirginlaT'.to; Mr.;l'aul^ 
If- ft liali^ o'tf . Til (^'rt a r;/.'4t)'«-3^ .t*'(W ir-ij 
tl.fiSi^ 'Tyccfmbef;: vNlnelc«n:Vhuh-r- 



BLAYUOCK-NVtiEELfife^. 

'A wedding that eamo as a surdriso 
lo llio many friends of the contracl- 
ingVparties, was that of Mies I./iul80 
Illaylock.<lo Mi\ CMMl. M..Wllool6r, 
Dec. 24th', at t\^ck nt;tho. Baptist 
pastorium. llev. I.' 8., Lfconard, qlTl- 
clated ;. ' - ' •'"''■, '' '■ '■ ':•''' 

— 'i'lio bridoTs a dahghter o"rSfpr«nd 
Mn. fl. 1". HInylock, nnd'ls popular 
Willi (I wide rirolo .of frif'nds' hero 
nnd*nt llciBsville, her former homo; 
wli'jie Iho KTOom is a son of Mrs.'A.'J. 
Wl7e(-I>:r, p young (rtun- of sjilcndid 
chnriicter, enorgclic.and pi)pi|lnr^»i. 

• Friends of the young couplo," ex- 
tend happy felicitations. ";•.'',.' 

.Mr. nndMf-fl. \\'heeler are nl, hmtio 
lo thrir. frioilds'at Mrs^A. .r.AVjie.el- 
er's, oh Culberson Ave. ^ *, ■' . ■; . '*.'■: 

' ■.■••■■: ;■'• ' •■ ' -^ --y'-i'-' 
'"■--—. Bon.ris— ^IL^ln\^^'^^r:^- 

, ,A happy marriage, colcbrrtled. on 
Cliri.'itma? day wfts tbftfibf.Mlss.Lii- 
dlh Itoylcs, 'eldest' daugjitci* <>t Mr! 
and Mrs. .lohnBiV-leyfTf ^nenr.Hor- 
tiflburg. lo Dnvo'liJK^irn/of.I»ronco; 
;rhe ceremony was jualdrby "Sfiuira 
Qrr at hlshonio, ,..'^"' '^■':','- ; ' ,» • 
'Mr. and Mrs. IliihOrfl.enJ^yeil . n 
wedding trip to pol^nl.s.ln Tcnncssccr, 
1 ho bri.dc is a pretty and/iiccom-i 
idished young lody, thn^grontiiojjnl^ 
'int rolnrned sohlior; who ii9W,)itts »•] 
?ood positio-i -wllh.thei'T,' A'. O..ValU, 
.••(i.'>d, hoth with mhriy friends lo wis h i 
i nronraUrifiFpiitnVss" ■ . '(:■.:'■•'.} '.P;\ 

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J. F. WARDLAW DIEO 
SUDDENLY TUESDAY 



WAS CALL.VST COMCDF-U VTi; 
VKTtnAN, LIKIM.ONG MEM- 

ijLumETiioDiyr ciiui\r.ir 

AM) WAS lIKillLY i:S- 
TEKMCD CITIZKN 



— ^.\rtrr'n^lln{tcrlng-7lllncs3"ofTnany 
luonllis, Mr. J. l'\4WnnIlaw died 
suddenly Tuesday .slioi-Llj- after li 
o'clocU. lie slarted tVlXi' roar of llio 
liouso, and as ho wus goiiiK Ihrougli 
llic doorway lie fell, denth resulUng 
almost Inslaiilly. 

I Wliilc llin deccasod had beon in 
dcclininif licallh for •two years or 
niorp, and it was scon tliot hd covdd 
not livc'.very much Ivnge.r, liis diialli 
Tuesday., cnino as a■KTCHt^ shock lo 
his many rclalivcs and friends. 

Mr. Wtrdlaw would Jiavo hocn 76 
years of nfrc \\'cdno8doy,Dcc.31, had 
ho lived, and ho and Mrs. Wardlaw 
were makinif i)lan8 to colcbrato his 
birthday Wednesday, but death oalU' 
ed him away Tuesday at nooit. ' , . 

Surviving the deceased are » wid- 
ow, two sons, Ilobort Wflrdlaw, of 
Chaltanooija, and Claudo' .Wardlaw, 
of Knoxvillo, Tcnn^ two slaters, Mrs. 
Cicero Clements, of Horno "and Mrs." 
Julia Cannon, of Droomlown, and ono 
brother, Ilev. Joseph Wardlaw, of 
Macon, Oa. 

.Mr. Wardlaw served over; throo 
yoars in tho'war between, tho'stalos, 
being wounded a few months boforn 
.the surrender. Ilo was a mombcr of 
■Co. C, GOth Gorgla, and was in Gor- 
don's bridago. Ilo was a bravo and 
worthy Confederate veleran, and up 
until his illness prevented him from 
belnpr active, he was (^oniniunder of 
the Cliickainaupa Camp, and always 
look Keen interest, in nil Iho work' of 
llui eninp. lie was a life-long mem- 
ber (jf the iMethodist church, and his 
geMlIci kindness and sunny smilo won 
for him Ihn lovo and esteem of those 
wlio knew liim. 

I I'uncral s^rviees were held this 
morninp, Thursday, at 10 o'clock, 
from the residence, comlucted by his 
pastor, Rev. A. K. Scott, In the pn^s- 
onco of alarKC niunhnr of sorrowing 
relatives and friends. Interment fol- 
lowed In the I.aFayctIo cemetery. 
'I'ho many beautiful floral tributes 
alle.ttnd to the high esteem In which 
he was held. 

OuL of- town relalives nnri friends 
who allcnded the funeral aro as fol- 
lows: Mrs. Cicero Clnihcnts, of Homo, 
Mrs J S Cleghnm, I.yorly, Mrs. Will 
II. Chidiiey, Rome; Mrs Mary .Starling 
?\omoTMr"andMrs' Itnliert Wardlaw 
nnrI children, of Chattanooga, Mr; 
and Mrs. Claucin , Wardlaw, of Knox- 
villo, Tenn, nev. Josepli Wardlaw of 
Macon; T. H. Jrines Of.CnrtersviUe; 
|^!rfl. Kd Proclor, of rtome: Mrs. J\d- 



CIIASIAI.N— IIA.STY 

A very pirlly wedding of Induy 
and oni' m wlnrh iilui-li social intiT- 
esl rrrdcinil was that of MIms .Mary 
Chaplain of Hum elly and .Mr. W. I). 
Ilaxly of llarm-.'ivdle \yfiirh took 
[dace al two ii'c.l'ick y l/s afternoon 
in Mil! I'lTMliylrrian rlyrrh. 

Mrnnche.s of aiiliimn leaves and 
liriKhl red piilnsctlas gave n loiie of 
Ipiilliaiii-i' mid licliinvs.s lo the dec- 
orations used for Ihe evenl. which, 
llioufh simple, were very arlisllc. 

M'liile the Kue.><ls <\-('re aHsemlilint; 
in Hie climrh there wa^ n !<hort pro- 
pniiii of miisie gi^i'ii. Mins K.lliel 
!>penre iiim; •() I'l'i-t''!-,^ I.ove." and 
Miss Clarice Wiileniian mi Hie \ioliii 
and MI.HS Helen .Miller dn the organ 
pliived "Ti'itiiinerl." l.ohi'nm'In'H 
Wedding March wiis played as the 
bridal parly eiilorud Ihe rliiirch and 
Mendel.sshoirs was given as u Ue- 
cessional. I)uring Ihe ceremony "To 
II Wild Hose" was softly played. I 

'■rho two ushers, .Messr.s. Will Mc- 
l.ain and William Miulnlyre, were 
the llrsi Mf Hie l.ri.lal parlv In eider 
tho cluirch and following them came 
Ihe two hridesiiiaids, .Misses fliac'' 
(:ii:isl:i,ii ;uid .Nell .\(ii|on. Two liltle 
IliiwiT Liils. .Mi.sse.s h'.velyn Turner 
iiM.i II ih,- Willi, e.inie iiivvt. weariiu: 
ilai.il,\ lil'le whili- ■.r::aiidie fr'-eU-^ 
with y.'ll' '.^ liiiniiiiM;:< :'nd earryin.' 
;-;i-l . Is ..| y I..W rii>,s. Tlie ii:a:d ■'. '■ 

l.n \||w, Miiilii rii. islam, pi-.i-e.: .1 

e,l llie le-li-. wli.i .■iilered Willi he" ' 



CAUn OK THANKS , 

\Vc desire lo lliunk our many ; 
friends for their lender «>;inK'n>y 
1, luring Iho hist Illness and deaU.o 
' our ilenr eompaniim and nioLlu i . ami 
,,,;,v (lod's richest blessing 'U'O' 
'eneii and every one. These good 
friends were e.vceedingly kind . nd 
Ihniighlfid and our prayers g.> with 
;l;„n:._n.A.Sartain,Mrs.JKI.oug 
Vlrglo and Virgil Sarta.n. Mrs I. J 
Anderson, Mrs V G Campbell. 



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r. .111.1 w.is iii.O 


:il Hie H'liiil .'1 


I..--I 


Innvli |,v llie , 
iMiiii. Mr. (.,.1 


1- 1. with his 

l-ii lla^^lv . : 


I'.liiei 


aii.Milua. C.i. 


Till- ri'r.'.n..|-v 


was 


lerl.'i'iiieil Iiv III 


• lle\. Ilnheil S. 


San.l 


■IS. 




•111 


• l.ii.le \v;!> |m\, 


ly 111 her lia.. 1- 


snnie 


traveling suit i 


f lUirU lihe l;i- 


Colin 


•. with bloii.se . 


f headed k-eiir-- 


pelle 


and a small 1 


Kpie of hriiwn 



carried yellow roses. | 

•I'hc two bridesmaids ,woro pretty , 
whil.c orpandic gowns nild ; carried , 
yellow r^es. t , " • . , • ■, v _■' i 

I 'Jlu; cou|de left -shortly after the 
ceremony ^>c points in I'lorida nnT 
reliirnipg ".viil go. to . /laine.'sville. j 
where ilieyVill-iiiake llieir liome. I 
Till,' hr'iiU; is Hie second daugliler ■ 
of .Mr. and .Mrs. .1. A. Cha.slain and i 
her i;i;iny ;:llrarlions of mind and] 
persipii h:i\e iiiaile her poimlar willi ' 
a wide rircli! of fii.-i,iis here and 
elsewhere. ' , 

- 'I'lie groom diiriiir a former resi- 
di'iici.' ill Tlit.masvilli' made a num- ' 
her of friends hero and js a young 
man of (jnc character and business 
abilil.v. . . I 

,\uml>en< of handsomo wedding] 
gifts were received from many rel- ' 
alives and friends.'— from 'I'homas- 
ville Daily Knlerpriso of Dee. 17. 
I 111 '.I. 



67 



Millard. Mie'lliree-yearTiild son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Si/emore died 
Siinilay nit.-lil .irhid'honie In "UVsll 
I.arnyette. affer a brief Illness. I'un'- 
erol services wcrchcldJ-Tucaday 
morning..^iends of Ihe^ family cx- 

1 tend Kl6ir/,Brmi)athy^u,Ui9^lo;5 of 

1 iheiriBoo:/- ' . •- •. v-:^ ^. . ■'^•' .?^4fer' 

•;• •!• •)• . .. 

, A reeeni iiiiirriage to interest fnfvl'y 
;was-Hial of Mi.w Annle.McCanleJ'.Tjf 
'Telou-a. a sister of Mrs. II. I., dlioh, 
ill! ciiarle.s Kelleit, of SumuiervJilo.C 




.The wctldlni^of jnuch'»urprl80'.lo| 
their ninnrfrlewi9-'5«s-thnl of MisB 
MagfftoAS^oodon V/r. Clint Dilbeck. 
Mlsa Voodcn-,' isVl vc'ry,:'Vcharmlng 
ryOurlg'lifTy of^Noblo; ,whiio;Mr;.pil- 
tcck ts-a^handsomo, young. man. [of 
■the Bamoicommunity and tho >on of 
Mr; nhd Mrs;' John Dilbock/W'o liopo 
ror-lhcM atrlghl":, and . prosporous 
■jOurt^y through ;iifC; j',v',<j,;,;'»'<:5i.Vji"i '■ 



l/z//9zo 



r^ivr. V"V>'-AH".S HUIMM)HT;-^-. Try! ;; 
Gmr^iri,'. Walker. County/.--*' '.'['' ■'-' 
jy-'j'o .\viiorii,llinay concprn;'. :>Jr3. 
•Vcnlo I'lcknrd.-wiJow ot 1". I'.-rick- 
nrd, Jalo, of Jsaid' cininly. "dccnnsoil,. 
li'adnpplicil Iodic niuIorniRnod for-al 
y(;al'fiaupi)orl.ior'-liorBulf.iinil;niinf)r 
cirildrr.ii; (iHjin llic cslnlo of, enid do- 
coa«'*d. ^Notlrto Ih 'hftrnhy;"Kivori .UmI 
I will pagR on sairl npplioallon al my 
office' in JjaKavctto said ;counly/.on 
tho 'flral.Wonday, In January, next. 
OWcn .under my- hand-and. ofllcipl 
lignaUiro, Lhl.'i Drji^ 1, 1010.--K ,< -."V 
;.»!. '■ W. L. STANSKLl, Ordinary. ..,; 






dcorK!n..iW8Ucf<Counly.- < . -^ , , 
'A Appllcallon liavuiK.born rnario in 
iluo ^orm .10. Mvo.r-flona •^\'irt>rf'P- 

mlnor^notic<\^8horcbyKWonMli9tl 
paid ftrr'ffiftl'onwlll bo p88flod,uponj 
ntmy omro In UKaycUo.on llio llml. 
-Monday: m January, nc^l. Oivcn.unr 
•dcrtrty hnnd and offlcial-SlgnaUitW 

I'lhifl Dec;i.'ioi9:^.'---.-^i<. ; ■■■■-•-^ Ti'^r 

;. '/f :>-..W,'ll aXAKSELL. .OrdlnarT^.;-. 

1 't^?yyi/^ Tt: "..'■•-' i^ -..-•.. ;.•■-. ^■^^'" — ■ ^'-f-.y- 



• f ;. j'r..^\n.\n's.sLTPO»T.<;';A.-.v V 

Gf'orglfi.'.Walkof'County. '',■•£. ' V 
■•To wiiom it, may concorn: Carrio 
0<irco,; wldow»of Kd .Gorco.' late of 
eaidcounly,',(lecRasi;d,.lina'applic<i-Lo 
Ihc -ilndrrsicnril for a ynnr's sl^ipnrL 
fnivliorecif and iilinnr chlldroUf from 
tlio'-cslalf! o^flnid (1ocf"ns^d.•^oUCc;■|H 
hcrnhy.Kivon t,|inl, I will T">98 o^i sriid 
apt'lion''on al my. oflloo in -f-ar'ny- 
cttc.'pnid county, on Itio flrslMonday 
in 'Jannory,^ noxl.Givnn' under my 
hcnd and o/Tloial signnlutp, this D.'c. 

i;;j9i9. ■..,•,■,:•,.;■-• ^ ■■•:'■'; '•-;>'^^ 

>^-;,-.,i >V.:l: BTANSlFXr,;; Ord|,nary.i _ 

LBlTEns; OF AnMINISTRATION '\ 

Georgia, :\Valkor.-Gounl,j''v,>. t, ".W''< 
r:Apirtir.fillon bavins liocn madc'',in 
due, form lo■hnvQ^f..Q, Ldnffr,>hW 

Cnir\l(*d' ndmlnijalralor upon' Ind ms- 
ile of Moans Long, lalo of said cf>vnv-' 
ly,:doc('a8od.*' notice ia lioroby givon 
Ihal said aplllrhl.lonAvill bo passed 
upon.al tny.onico pnLlbo' first- Mon- 
day 'in^January.' next. 'Givtfn' Mildqr 
rtiv. hflnd and-ortlcinl signature, tliip 

'i ■ <4-i\W.; L;-. StA"NSti:i^.L;' Ohl inary .'.''• 



.VI 1 - 

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T , 

-'UTrs ai.vrnL — :'i«. 

I V 

|.. } »|M ; » i .. | ~i..;..;-.. i ~ ; - i - i " i - i " t " l " ! -»>- 1 
\Vp •..-.-rel to lioiir of llip doalli of 
oui- fr;fnd and neii;hlmr. r.nl/rt 
I'.urki He was biiil lo r<>Ml in Uie Hid 
I Mid.Miil cenuleiy. II. \V. C. TalluiU 
rioiilnr-lmg llie funeral services. 



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', LETFEnS . Of*,, AHMIMSTHATIO.^ 

GeorKia.\\Va)kHJJ.;County. :>^~. '■';•; 
r'^'AindleaUon, )ifl\*lni? occn'nianij.in; 
durt-form (o nnvb W. D. lla."'ty ap;^J 
polnlfld adminiBlrnlor -upon tbo os'-< 
R(«to."of.,W. ,T, llasty,''lalo-of ,■ said 
CoimtyiV'docoasod, nollcn^ is berctiy.; 
Riven' tbal said .ap'plienllhn;.will. bo 
pnsscd uiion nt my ofnoo^liijT.aFay-, 
qUf'.'sald counly,- ort-tlio flre'J'Monday 
iifi, JanlHiry. 'no.xt. Given .undei'iitfuy 
.bpndand:omclaI glgnalvlro, this Deo. 

t'i', 1019. ":,o •'••■'■ •l-i'-'^'-.' •' •';<"':,• 

I v'v'il-'; ^V' ' r>-' PTANSELf., ,p rd fnar J^,,,; 

: rETTRris^0F.~AnStixiglt1\ATl6N 

Georgia, .Walker. ;Counly.'-.,^.i, .' i- jl 
.. VAppllchtlon baving.bnen mndoln, 
dlio: form lo'bavo J..W.Dcclc.np-i 
pointed ;ftdrnlnl8lrator.iipon- Iho cs-, 
talc of Joseph Deck, "4810 of. said. 
<iounty, Nieceased, 'notice vis " berohy;. 
given Ihat 8aid\applleallon .will bO' 
passed upo'n at. my ofllco inl.aray- 
ello. eald covjntyi on the Mf,\, Monday 
In ' Jantiary. next. Given under ' my 
hnnd apd pnioial sllrnntufa, llils Deo! 

^^iifi'^; :t.' feTANSELL;,; Ordinatr.-; j,, 

>^VLiaTKh8"Y)F ''ni^sn.^siON JK,> 

0(?brgla,f.Walkcr County.. A . .■■'..^-.' 
'i-^Tom .and ■Jim'TiondR',- admlnl.stra- 
lors of -Mary .Wblte.sido," has. applied, 
lo'lho;tmdorfllgned for leltor8~oI^<li8- 
m^8alori■fron^^ald administMlorship. 
Notlco'ir'hcroby givcnMhatrliwUl' 
pass.on said application at my ofllco' 
m.LftFrtyottc.'Sald, county,* on"' the. 
first. Mondny In'Jannary, next. Given 
under my. hand and official signaluro, 
this Deo/1,- 19i9.:'.i\r"C; -V- ••'C^V''. 
,».':^r:"W.tL-RTANSELt, -Ordinary;.'^. 



•H 

4. 4 

•I. NAO.Ml .;. 

•I- 4 

Erank Arnold was buried Xnias 
day in the Gladden graveyard ca.sl 
of Catlelt. Henry Cordcll preached a 
very touching sermon to a large 
crowd of sorrowing relatives and 
friends. Wo have known Frank for 
a long lime and he was a good, kind- 
hearted fellow and a man that at- 
tended stf-iclly lo hlg own busiftess 
.Tnrl will ho missed by liis many 
friends. His wife and .three children 
have the sympathy of our commun- 
ity. 




JANUARY 0, 1920. 



•l-i-h •I-W-W-^ -I-l-I-I-l- -I-l-:-!-} 
4* *f* 

•h WAimnN .J. 

+ •!• 

Ilov. Ilnrli.w Mcrurliiiul lUlcd Iuh 
n|i|i(iliiliiii'iiU licro Saliirdny iiIkIiI 
mill Siimlay to Rnml i'iiM):ri'(;;il uns. 

(;lyilo. llip lilllr Ihiwc \v.'cl.s <ili| 
son of Mr. iiiiil Mrs. I'ri-rl_ I'.ilwiii'ils 
ilii-il Siitiilny iiiiiriirii); jinl wiih Ihii'- 
;i>il :il Criil.T I'.iiiil M-imlay. W.- cv- 
Iriiil 1.) IIh- Ihtimm'iI mil' 3yiiip:il liy. 

U. PETTIJOHNDIES- 

AFIfR BRIEF ILLNESSS 

J. A. Pcllijdlin tlicil al liia lioiiii; 
soulhenst of l.arayrlle l^sl Salur- 
(In y nflo rnnon nt 5 yatUck, nflcr_a 
Iwo wccks'llliifss. ,\(/lio Uiiie of his 

cjpalliJic_\vas_iuJiJg_oyiiL)L';n. 

JJiirviving liim aro a widow nvc 
sons, 11. M., T. \V., W. K. mid Jol.n, 
all of this county, and L. K.l'ctlijolm, 
rtf Chattanooga,; also /he brothers,' 
.1. I-., of Hock yprinKS, A. J., of Ilir-' 
lininKhani, Ala.. .1. II., of Con;, On., ,N. 
I J. and J. N.'of this county, and ono 
.li.slcr, Mrs. Cha.s. Swcol, of KstoUc, 
Ga. 

The dcccn.'icd was n momhcr of Iho 
Church of Christ., of West I.al''aycttn, 
and also a member of Iho I. 0. O. V. 
Lodge al Ml. Carmcl. 

Funeral services were held Mon- 
day at 12 o'clock, al Fairviow, con- 
ducted by nev.'j. riavil Hnll and C. T. 
Dradley. Intrrmrnt followed in Ihe 
Fairviow cemetery. 



MRS. H. Y. PURYEAR DIED 
ON HER m\] BIRTHDAY 



I llrrhert .lay. Umi year old «on ofAlr. 
"'and Mr:<. I.cc .liv^icd l-riday In 
,\Ve«l l.al-ayrl(Vtroni n heart ili.i- 
»'a.^c. 'I'lii' liody was rai'i'icd Salur-i 
,ilay 111 Maci'dnnia church, in ('.liat-l 
' looj:a fur burial. 1 

l.\ .MlCHOnv OK T. C. II uj' 

Ilrethren, Iho dread m.-saeiiKep of 
rlenlh hnfi again Invaded our circle 
and HMrntnciMed one of our niiinber 
(IlrolherT. C. IIhII died very hodden- ' 
|ly on .laiMiiiry 1, i:ii!), having hem' 
Mirlcken wilh r"u-nly«i, and died I 
wilhiii n few hoors. 



M'V. II. Y. I'uryear di.-d lasl 
\Vcdiiesd^<y ariernoiin, December 
.ni.sl., at 0:;io oVI.Vk^ the homo of 
her dauKlilrr, Mi\^<^loy Morgan, uL 
Villanow, afirr a brief illm-.i-l. .Shn 
wa.s 72 yeur.s of aKC on Ihe very day 
of her (lealh. 

t^iifviviiiK her are Iwo rhildrcn— 
one tlaiiBhUM-,J^li\s^_Moy_Morgan^f)£_ 
Vilhuiow, and one son, William I'lir- 
year, of Oklnlioma; and llvo brolh-- 
ers-.luhii Ward, of Villanow; Julius 
Wiird. of Home; Wni. Ward, of Cul- 
iioun;*I)oc Ward, of Villanow, an.l 
I10.S.S Ward, of Oklahoma. Also six- 
teen Krandrbildreii and seven geat- 
urand ihlldren Hurvive her. 

Mrs. I'uryear was n life-long mem- 
ber of the IJapti.sl church, ajid until 
lale years, wlinn her physical slrcnK- 
Ih would 111)1 permit It, alio was an 
active member. I.oved for her kind- 
liness of spirit, and nttrnctivo per- 
sonality and wi.se counsels, she will 
bo sorely missed. 

I''uneral services .wero held last 
Thursday ariernoon, conductotl by 
her pastor, llnv. II. F. Hunt, in the 
presence of a lacKO. number of el- 
ntives and friends. Intcrmcnl follow- 
ed al Villanow. 



"v.'->'-..-.l.KAVE TO SFXL ;•■;-,.•, v;-- 
Ccorgin, Walker County. 

M..U. l^ong, adminisiralor of Iho 
'^t-''tl (if M"^''< I.nnp-,-.ha«— nppli(.a- 
l<) tlio undersigned for leav5 In sell | 
Iho real estale belnntjing lo said e» 
.Uit<>. Notlr()_i8 Xu^uiry .«»ven-llial I 
."WillTpai's.Jh^.'^ditt !ii)|)llu:illnii at my 
'olUce.in l.al'ayeUe, naid county, on 
f.th»/)r«V Monday In February, m-xt. 
1 Given under "my hand and ofllcial 
signature. Ibis Jan. fi.-lUJO. - - 

. : ., W. L. Sl'ANKKM., Ordinary. 



I •a. J» .;. 

I Mr. and Mrs.' W.'.I. .lenninKs. Maill- 
Inon aiKl f.iimly. 'I'. II.. Hoy and Miss 
Fannie .lennitig.s, T. K. I.eigh and 
wife, all allended Ihe funeral, lasl 
TUur.sday, in Iho MelhodisI church 
at Mcnio. of IbeIr aunt. Mrs. .Sidney 
Johnson .leiinliigs, mother of Or. IC. 
M. ./enniim-.H. who bad dierl Monibiy 

JMt Hniigc'r, I'exas, where she made 
her home wilh her son, Lewis. The 
service was conducled by Hius. Par- 
ker. I'alrirk uikI llniiiic and Ihe body 
laid lo rcNl ill o|,i Alpfrie ceinelery. 

I Mrs. JenniiiKs was nearly sevenly- 
flve years al her iiassliifr, reachlmf 
a good old age in spile of years of III 
lieallb. II was her wish to he 

hroiiphl brick lo (ieorgia for hurlaK 

and all who knew her are xlad Or. 

Jennings bad Ihi.s done, . The body 



. I.Krri.ll.S OK DISMISSIOV 

Georgia, Walker County. • 
"iF. A. Crulchneld, ailiiiinistratfu- of 
Geo. n. I'ierre, has applied lo the 
undersigned for letters of dismisHion 
from said adminislrutorshii). .Notice 
, Is hereby given thai I will pass on 
said apillicalion al my onice in I.u- 



Fuyclto, suid couMly, on Iho first 
Monday in February, next. Given 
under ;ny hand and nnicial gigna- 



Ture, this Jan. .%, llrjO. 

... W. I.. STAN.SKI.U Ordinariv 



VKAIf.S .St I'I'OItT 

Ceoi-gin. WalKc-r (v'lmty. 

To w bout it may comcimii: 

Mrs. Janie Iby. widow of D. H. 
Iley lale of said niunty, de-eaied, 
lias applird lo the undersigned for a 
year's Miipporl for bers'-ir and \ min- 
or chilili'-n from Ihe eslalf of sanl 
deceasi-il.-.Niilice {•* hereby kivc-ii that 
I will tiass on ^■.i\<\ application al my 
"•nice in l.al-'ayetle said county, on 

Ihe llrst .M lay in Icbruaiy,. iieM. 

Civen under niv Innil andollicial 

Isi^malure. this .Ian. :>, I'.i.'O. 

I W. I.. STA.NSKI.I., Ordinary. 



}//U/lf2X 

'|V;^Z?MJMCGHt^;/GEli;84fg 

liliiiiirfflioAr^REiii^ 



'^'fhV.piany friends of. ricvijZ 



'^^. 



jyiqOlioo'In'tho county will bo pained '.;;J 
•l^";l6arh'bf Mb doatli, ai ChaUanoog»^.j 
lasi Friday nftornoon. '; ' , ' ••, •> ■: 'ii/: 
i.V ■ Following ia tlio alory of hli doalh ;( 
ij^ fast''8nlurilay'8 ClinlUhooBa Nowa; '^^ 
'•vJ'U'lio' llovi! Z..m; McOlioo died yoa-- v^ 
tWday •nflomoon at 5:30' nl JiiaTMlv^ 
«J«n««,'^101waiai8 alrocl, iCaal Challa-<| 
;no(>fft iltUiVapo of 84, llD waa born^ 
hdnr'llBdolai,' Ga; t)nOct;.,22,'' SSMJ^i 
At tho l)0(rinnlngof Iho Civil warjhoi;; 
wa« In Bohoolat Ihb old acadbitiy tX^l 
Hjirrfadnj preparing ' for • Iho. tnlnI»-N 
Ify, In . tlio Cumberland Proahytorlatt < 
ohutch. Ho woa ordained. In 1802 andil 
woa acUvo"ln; Iho ■ alTalrt:-of /Iho^ 
church "until; a 'year ago, ivhoalinA 
was token 111 and oonHncd lo;nl«;J 
room until donlh. Dr.tMcGhoowas). 
la noyal Arch' Mason. V. . .\^.V'' '■v:^V 
"In J802 nov. McGhon wafc marrlftd'i 
I to *Ml8r Sarah Cameron,' of aonlonr^ 
county,' Ocorgia. Mra.' ; McGheo .va.\:i 
llio following sons nt)d daughters »f«"'< 
his survivors: W. B.; J C ahd Dr. Jno{; 
McOhoo of.Chatlanooga; Miss Lllllq,'^ 
of Challanooga.anjl. Walter a Mc-v 
Ohco;-dfmiton.:v''v'^j'r'>^v'^T'v^'v?'''iJ 
• rrhcf funeral was held at IHe'Flr*!^. 
Cumberland Vroebylcrian church al.; 
Oak ani^.Linasay iilrocta ," tit r: 10:VK 
Sunday , tnorplng. Tho . HoV.' Oobr«*| 
IlurrouBha- oniclatwi. Tlio.bodywar 
;nrwarded:lo.r)aItoii"rur'lnlrtrm6nli^ 
which took plnco at 2:30 Sumlay af- 
ternoon 'at iho Dallon co'mctorjr, r. A 
shoriaorvloo was hold at I>al ton."., -jr 



11. D. nonixsoN passks" 
ToiiisnKWAno 

U. A. Hoblnson received tlio sad 
nowa of llio death of his brnlhcp, M. 
D. Ilobinsqii, of I'urccll, Oltia,' on 
Jon. 3rd.' :'l ,■ . , 

Thd friends andVclOlivcs'of, II .D. 
nohinson will bo painod to loam of 
his doalh. llo. leaves a largo family 
of children and- grandchildren to 
mourn his dcpnrlnro. Ho is also sur- 
vived Jiy two brolhors, J. W.-Hohln- 
flon or Knox-'illo, T' nn.. an 1 H. A. 
Ilobinson of l.;il'iiyrl>ii,'i :iil Iwo sis- 
tors, Mrs. >V. M.-Jlalinn of Whilwoll, 
Tnnn, and Mrs. t. C. O'Doldlng, of 
Pyrccll,.OklB. . ., ' 



nklhdny Party -•.-•■:; v:.^ ': ■■ 
■.Oh Tupsdny nftomoon, Jan. 13th, 
lulin Lockhnrl II<jll<'nij»rf cnlertiino'J 
ft happy lilllo Kro\/nf. children In 
honor of liis 81 h, birthday. Football 
and n^linlloim nsiet)"'''". ^^'em chief 
^tlra'cl.liiMs for llin boys, tliron of 
whom ' followed llio bnllonn in lis 
long llitrlit. clinildnff barbwiro fnncns, 
Jumping ililehes until they (Inally 
cnplurnd the nuicli injin-ed Zeppel- 
in In ullior cllsrcgardof llieir nico 
party'Mnlhes. ' 
V Upori the snugrslinn of the litlI,o 
ho.itVthd 'rni-lliday ' Inhlo ^'dctor- 
nled In naliopnl colors willi bnllutl- 
ful birthday rako beilring 8 re.i can- 
dles n« ennli'iil (Irrornllni!, nnd with B 
candio allrlts wllli red tapers woR n 
prclly picture nnd ndniired by the 
cbildrnn. CaUn, cream nnd bonbons 
wcro then served niul mrh pue^lwas I 
given aJlng as favor. Tlio children 
gnlliercd In living room nndsnnK| 
finpular.Hchool ami patriotic songs;. 
IHitting Ihelr elders to shame in llioir 
rendillon of our boloved Star Span- 
gled 'Twiunor. XXX. . 

,.''»;•'.: '.' 

., 'cnANDLKR-<:ON\WAY 
' A thudding Uint came as a surprise 
to thoir.mnny friends, vs-ns that on 
r)eo.21,."l0in, of Miss Viwjle^ Chand- 
ler and Mr. John Conny<(y. Mrs. Con- 
away- la tho oldeslNxTuKhlrr of Mr. 
and Mriji'W. B. Cbnndlnr. of Cenler 
Post, nnd.> o granddaughter of the 
lalo'J. p. Taylor. Mr. Conaway Is tho 
pldcstiBOti'o fMr. nnd Mrs. noberf 
Conavi^y.v; Tho young coupio will 
mnko.tholr homo with Mr.nnd .Mra: 
Conaway of Center Post. xx 



ANnnKW.S— FATTT 

A wedding of much InlercHt to llio 
many friends ofjhe coirfrncling par- 
lies, was that o^H/s Gladys An- 
drews-nn^ Mr. I>o>irvlll, Inst Sunday 
nflernhon Jan. llth. Hev. I.co Lc- 
Crny oflleiatod. * 

Tlia.brldo-lB tho daughter of Mr. 
and Mra.-NV: C. Andrews, of Cedar 
(Irnvo, la chnrming nnd popular wilh 
n wi(l<7 circle of friepds, whllo tlio 
uTd'im, ortfnn of Mr. 'and Mrs. A. .M. 
KvilU alio. of Cedar Grove, Is nn cn- 
IcrprislnB' young man of aplendid 
rhBrnclor,.^.; ' ■ 

Frlpjida 'iiSf tho yoimg coupio cx^- 
lend pongTatulallons. 



l/ull9Z0 



^•s^'Xi -A TRIBUTE Tt) '-. 
lv.hy[TKMM\\ WAllDLAW 



Tifc-was frlet'iij (Ul'my b.'iVlfWi 'u.i*'". 
:Sl«Xoo;Vfriiin>C(l)ii1( Immi, ^ill ^;cll';; 
:JBliO!/lii>'*'a» » fri/'nil'lo".mci^O, No 
i^ulc^ DO doccil wn'« nny ;)arl of llm 
r»»ifiip of this man. Ilis'llfo wo^ an 
o»»fa book. I knew him in the prMi- 
'^A'.^^\* inanhond wlicn all wciiL wi-II 
•.•;*Oi blm, Ilcncw lilin wlu-n Iip hail 
J*trfilnpiM)lnUnrnU niid hln snriiiWM. 
ItW. lio- nlwavd hnrc thptii with n 
«B«ap,JIc W08 quick to conilfrnn tlir- 
T"r<»rf nnd quick to drrriii\ Ihc riphl. 
.t*tr clifiplcr . of his lifu rose mi- 
W^'CTifly nbovo all ollicrs. and llinl 
'*«» M» true, unwnlvcrinK devolioii 
t» hi« wifo; • for dayn, nionthn nml 
.2»«r« I Faw him In his tender love 
afn^nlpnIly li/Jr lo her placo of IhikI- 
i»»v\ and nl (ho closp of day sjdo by 
jAi'.ijniirnry homo, n livinn pIcLiifcof 
!jwt»Tl, love; if two hcarl<lywtt^\ 
on*-, it was l''ailiiwNV(rn1tSw H and his 
fnJM'. show nin a innn Ihul Rivos lo 
■^^rwlfn Inn flrxl ami Ju'rI lliou>:Iit 
•xaA you flliow nic ii noblcrnnn. My 
■ 1"»»rrct nnn my sormw' Is Ihnt I did 
••.■xir^dojochlni nR ho-woidil— hnvn 
~iii*ic for mo. 1 IlKiuglU of him. hut I 
L'jtft, not. KO nod (lo 09 thff Lord and 
,;«Stifcr bado mo do. I con hi have 
-73*ra lilm ?omo chniT, ,.<;oulil have 
ahunof apmo sunstiino . to him— I 
>.3Blkrit liavo doric fiomcthinK for.hlni 
;- 'iilrfe hatllo bctworn life npd dnnlli. . 
, ►, iArtiuId havonindc him. fool I wnn 
'Vrfcim^ Is' friend, this was my ncB''"'-''- 
: ■i^t■hly purpose loftirnako and for- . 
VW* frJon<1.,/^Vr ,. . 
J,, — r-'J- r,.- ;f,>->i ■• I'N-- ■• 
■4 ."P)lii» loved ones I givo .•» pnrllii:^ 
•^''■piiB»fafr(f;'I,o'ok'up llirOiigh;ilin mlsls 
; taK4 tloiids thai hover abnvo yoti, 
i.-i»*rnc.iiwccl day. the skioa will clear 
,7:a**;(hc.'8un shlno brlnlilor. Iluild 
^■.TUllftr and slronpcr your fnllli In 
^; "•'"IGi^ and wliOQ llio summons corties 
>^",-ai(w»u to pasj aver Iho riyor you'wjll 
/V'wwtK yourlovod one and^resl uiT(ti)r 
;.;;y£!Ur?rfiailo.6f the Irocs. 

i./;^''D«»'ih'*'i«''and V- inovlU doci-cc, 
,.v^»mCorioU8 and ;lncomprolinnsil)lo.-lo 
'/,'aM».-flnit(5 mlnd,1inCnnBCol)lo an^l tJh- 
•V atttnblo.Nolhlng lo us «o terrible, 
-^;t«fH«»rt-rcndins as the' hour when 
lO^Sfcilold'/lnfrom of<loalli sovor Hie 



ihis is'Ood'fl myflcryunfathomablo. 
Ills ways arc pruil ;lndm(f out, iind 
we can only bow In humble submis- 
sion lo Hii) Divine will. His Di^me 
rH,wcrr-<>n-ttit«-mrlr-»-C LuHJ our 
failli. rXfJilll comes lo the i>aIaco 
homi.'jhc ColtaKP (fBlo, (olbP, cabm 
d.utr Svhrrr d.^aliriinilcWs wiHt llio 
siinio slnmR hnnil. U comcs in Hio 
sprinKllme wlirn Iho'.Ilbwers ara 
lilOonnoK a'i'l ''"■''« "'"P'"*^ sweellV, 
when buds' swfll and hurfl culnf? 
life lo llie iipw yrar. II comes m Ih" 
Biwnmer liino \\hr'n man and bensl 
are huMy HirnioK the sod to mnl;« 
Ri-ern Ill-Id-' id corn nml wnviim 
Krain. II mmi-s in llio fall when thn 
h-aves turn n-il and llowers f;idi- and 
die and wlii-n nil nature is rhilhed in 
lis riclieH' hm-M. U. cnme.8 in llu- roid, 
stormv days nf winter wlii-n bleak 
windH bl.iw.ilDwn (he valley ovi-r 
the bills m dnleful sound, whim Inw- 
erlnK clilTs barn their naked breals 
and hnnrv lirads and nland B» If to 
brave the (-niinnK' slnrm, when snow- 
drifls rov. T nuniidnin Hlope and 
spread the lli-bls wllh white; il mal- 
liTS not wliiirnor where It comes— 
S| Is God's Hnal drcreo— it is Ibo 
t\ave HiMil fbnl calmly meels the 



D. H. KEMP DIED Friday:;. 



-^\ 



AFTER LINBERINB IlLHESS 



months, L), II. KeiWt^/lc 
in Mnw-ood last yflda; 



After a linKoriqR Illness of snvcrnl 
ed at his homo 
iday at noon, at 
the QRO of 4H. .t) 

For moro than a year ho had been 
In declinlnK bealth\and tbo past 
threo months had been conllncd to 
his bed. His death however,- camo as 
B dislincl sliock to Ills rcUtivos and 
friends. - ;' ■ ■ '' . • '' 

Surviving him arft'A wldoWond 
nlno children— (Ivo dauplitrrs.' Mri. 
Mag^lo JJrock, .Mrs. (JeoroO Oglesby, 
Mlssoff"13e»«lo, IlafHol artd " l-'lorlo 
Kemp, and four #on8, 'Will, Ooorgo, 
'I'nddy ond Ross Kernp, all of Lal-'ay- 
ette. Also ono brothci',';WilI -KCnlp, 
of Trnnlon, (^)a, and. two^half sis- 
ters,. Mrs, Aroh ItlcJinrdson, of Vll- 
lanow, and Mrs. . Ahpro^omble^ rd^ 

Dalinn, Burvlvo hlm'._ L__,.— 

-~ l-'lTiierar'serN-iccs •worp-bold'from 
Jhc resideneo Balurdny nflonioon at. 
2 o'clock, conducted by Hey.' II. II. 
Howard, In Iho presenee of a largo 
number 'of sor'rowing relatives and 



hour of lb-alb with faiUi in (iiid Hint 'frlenilfl. Inlermeiit fidliiwed In Iho 

all will be well. A« wft look IbroUKh |nrrd cemetery. ' -i,. - j ■-"■ 

Jliis.mJsl nnd-dnrkness w-ir rannof of a kind ill.spi.sifiiin; quM^nnd 
\vilh Kiir natural eyes sen Hie lieauly unassuming, Mr. ivi-mp mnilo many 

and (ininili-ur of Ond's kingdom, but irlwnds, ond hi s 'i-.tIIi Is deeply do- 

wilh (be i-ye of fnilh wo run brlndd plorcd."7„l_7_r_"l".:I 'i.-^^-. 

\\\k in all of His be-auty and gran- — ", . ' ■ - "^ ■ 

deiir. 

Some day In. spring wIumi all the 
, earth Is ghid. 

And x«i-ct.hlril.'( sing and fewost 
Ill-alls arc Had, 
Shall I llio Iber, Hhall I die llien? 

nil-, no niiiller when, 

1 kiiiiw II will be sw-ei-t 
To leave Ibn haunts of men and rest 

lieneatli Iho sod, ' 
To kneel and kiss Thy "feel In Thy 
hoitie, my Ood. 

I>. n. WIIKIUT. 



+ ^^. V + 

•h. . .\-r OUIK CREEK 'M 

+ -x '•'■■ +1 

■i'"I""I ' ,' •(••I**I**I'"I*^* "I"!"!*" J»"l' •(•■(■■I"! ■ 

H. O. llodgers is smiling over Iho ; 
arrlvaf of a lino girl tolwa homo not 
long since. 

Some few days ogo/Mr. J, J. 011- 
roath ond Miss MWiffi Hood of Chat- 
tooga were married. Don't know who , 



r.ftmji from all that Is mortal. II Is HkS oniclaK'd,- Wo extend our congratu- 
i^»Bio form," thn same faith slloiil lu , latlons and wishes of much joy and 

•■*<«th;^ Oh. .soul, whither :' host ^happiness along life's road,_ ^ _i .. 
;^'l»iu -flown? .Where on thn Bhorcs — - - - 

yorfrfjod'sgroot kingdom will .lliou 



.VJfl*nt until the rcBurroclion morn. 

k^ - .^^^y •< - -'^^' ■■•'■■■ 



0. D.'^flAVS DIED TIIE8D.\Y .'^v« 
'/'*>ArTERNOON AT' AGE OF 71; 
/TJip 'friends of O.!),' Hays will b«_' 
grlcvoid lo learn of hl« death 1X108-, 
day afternoon,iat. hid' homo on Iho' 
f.oFayctlo- road- noat/tldokamauga- 
l'ark.'^^HoliQd l*<!li . In declining 
hcalthf for ^iovoral montlis., Alrtho' 
timo 9f, IilBdoalh ho wo* 71'yoara of 
age. ; V^-.^i, ',.r-:-^, '^n.:^' '.%■:'',■■ ■-;^ 
! :IIol8 Burvlv(*d"by' his wife, 'iwo' 
sons, O, n.spnd C.'A, four'daughtcrs, 
Mrs. Mary Wallaco,' Mrs.; Eula O'-/ 
Neal, Mrs. Riislo Woodln' and MrB,-; 
Daisy Woodin.V Vunerol •,'eervloc«,r 
condiidod ty. Iho Jlev.iEzell,' .wero- 
held ol IhO; noeJ( Spring -church ' 
Wednesftay •aftornf>on at 2'o'clOck,7. 
The 'Interinent followed ■' In ' floilcJ' 
fipring cemoton''.',yii ; '"''.'. ." . --i-J 

CARD OF TTI.XNKS [ . > ' 

Wo wish lo thank our friends for.; 
their kindness shown us during tlio',' 
sickness and death of our dear hus-^^, 
bands and father. Wo also Ihank Dr.v' 
f>)ultnr and Mr.' W. A. Kn'oe 'foP> 
Iholr klndne.18.,. . May God'a richeal'. 
blessings rest on Ihem all"— Mrs, D./ 
II. Kemp^nnd cidlilren, \\1Z^^;:1^ 



tn 




il 1V«t\(lld I liifow FarloW W?r<ll.iw. 

■MiTRi a friend (U'tiiy b«'>vD.iiVl''J,'>''. 

:^)ioo;H'4ra»j>c() lift hand, /iill Veil;;; 

iMtyrJhvi^t/aB a fril^nd ' Ur jtio,' ,\ Xo 

Jmilo^ DO tlocclt wnV nny, ))orl of llin 

■r»aictip 6f lliiii miih. Ifie'llfn was en 

ypfi book. I know liimln the pride 

.b£'bf« inanhond wlien all w«nl wril 

•..■;*<Jniilm. I-incw lilm wlmn lin liail 

■JfttrfiiapiHiintincnUf and liii sorrows. 

lifct hO'alwayit boro Ihom witli n 

mwOir'^Uo was nuick lo oondomn Ilin 

TW«nf and quick lo i\rjrt\<\ ihc riglii. 

.tlhr chapter ..'of Ids llfu ro»o mi- 

'WTUicly obovo all olhrre, ami Ihat 

'miA his Iruo,' unwalvcrinK devotion 

t* Ml \vlfo; for day/i, nionlhn and 

.:zv«r( I jiaw him In his tender love 

atsonipaiiy h*^r lo her placn of hiinl- 

;lw^«^ and at llin close of day sjdo by 

JAtfl journey home, n livin«'plcliireof 

unitrd, lovo; if two hearUhfi;»t^'<, 

■ «»•, it wan KarlowWurrttiiw h andhia 

"wiCC. show nin n man that Kivr* lo 

fi^a-irlfo Ills flrwl ani[ JiesI lliouKht 

'XcmI you show nic n nohlcinnn. My 

•.'J'Hrrct and my sorrow' Is that I did 

^aDrjlojrOLJdm. adJio— would— linvo 

.Ai*nc for mo. I thoiiKht of him. but I 

i:!Mn,noUgo and do m th(r Lord and 

,;iBL%(cr' budo me do. I could have 

vTCw'«n lilin ?omo cheer, , .could have 

[•fltam.'of >pmo sunshlnn .to him— I 

^twlKfit have (looc sonielhint; for.hltn 

V niiDlB battio between life apd dnalh.^ 

V,>. iAroiild have made Mm. foul 1 was 

V-ftetiTl^ls'frifnd, this wn.^ my neglect. 

'•i3M my 'purpose to foraako and for- . 

VJW*J!^v>;';,r.^..,, ;...■.. :. . ■ 
i'-: — y^l t,. »*,.J''>' -' • ,.'%:■ ■• 
'^ ; ."i% lil»'loyCi5 ones I give a r-nflliiix 
■^''^*Wfag(ffI,o'ok'up through; the mists 
f <aKii cloiids that hover ahovoyoii, 
•i..ii«rn9;iiwcct df^y. I'm skios will Clear 
,V:a«;*fihoj8Un,gMnO brighter. - Iluild 
^irai|:>rcr and stronger your fnltli . hi 
^''«*Gi^.'anij .wliOQ tlio summons cortii^s 
*',il«mj to pas» (A'or tlio rivor you wj 



lyourloyod one and^rcst umle 
;'.i;{ttl»-sfiado,6f ihc trees. 

'•'■ ""*■•'• 4-'.r- ■.■ .; .-.• '/ -■^ "^ ••■.. 
•V DHth,l8 God's Inovltnblo docw, 
.'^•rrjteri<]tir nnd.lncomprotiohsiblo.-lo 
V;.^flM».^nllo rnlnd.linCnngcoblo an^l ijh- 
,!^;_s*Brr»bld. .Nothing lo ii.'i bo lorrlbld, 
jJ;,t«»Jlc»rt-rondlng as the' hour when 
if)*S*n40ld'/lnKt)r« of^dcatli sever the 
f^/tmil from all that Is mortal. It Is tho. 
i^i-SBBio. form," the jamo fnlth sllonl in 
'.•.'**tth; - Oh,', soul, whlllior ;- bast 
;^"l»<m •flown? .Where on the -Blioros' 
'>_ «r Ood'« groat kingdom will , Ihoti 
>i*|fnr until Ihprcsurrocllon morn. 



Ihis Is 'God's niyJlcry.unfatbomaMo. 
Ills ways arc pwl /Inding out, And, 
wc can only t)ow In biimblo subniis-' 
slon to'.llia.Dlvlno will. His iJlviMo 
l>owLTr-<>n-l ti tr-TOrlr-\\-C-Tnnra~our 
faith; rwrjilli coinos. to the palace 
honii.'jhe cottage gatji, to; the, cibin 
d'urr'AvIicrr dcalirknrtck!) wirir tho 1 
silfno strong hnml. U comes in ' tho 
springtime when Iho'.flriwers ara | 
blooniing a'"' ''''"ds singing sweetb', 
when hud.t' swell and burst giving 
life to the new year. It comes in tho 
summer time \\hen man and beiisl 
are'biisy Inrniog the sod lo iiinkfl 
green lleldn "d corn nnd wavins' 
grain. It rome.i in tho fall when tho 
leaves turn red anrl flowers fnde and 
die and when all nature Is riolherl in 
lis riches* liue<t. It comes in the cold, 
stormy days of winter when bleak 
winds blow, down the valley over 
the hills in doleful sound, when low- 
ering clilTs hiirn Ibelr naked br^als 
and hoarv lie.ids (ind stand o» If to 
brave the cooling' storm, when snow- 
drifts covi'i- niminlain slope and 
spread the Ihddn with while; it mai- 
lers tiol wlii'U' nor where It comes — 
ti is Ood's llnal decree— il is tho 
io-ave siiul riial calody meets the 
hour of dcalh with faith in (lod Hint 
all will he well. A» we look through 
>lhis-inixt nnd- darkness -we- cannot' 
with our ii.-itural eyes see the beauty 
aiitl gniiidiMir of Ood's kingdom, hut 
wllh the eye of fallh wo rt\i\ behold 
llllti In 111! of His beauty and gran- 
deur. 

'Some day In. spring when all the 
, eiirtli Is glad. 

And sweet '..birds sing and fewest 
liearls are sail. 
Shall I die then, shall I die then? 

me, no mailer when. 

1 know It will be sweet 

To leave Ibo baunls of men ond rest 

beneath Uic sod, ' 
To kneel nnd kiss Thy 'feet in Thy 

hoihe, O my Ood. 

P. n. WIlKJHT. 

^4-^* M - 1 ;' l !■ ! ■ 1 M-H^M'P'*' 
<• ^v ^ ' + 

4«.\, DUCK CREEK .^: 

H, G.Uodgnra is Binjlinjj over Iho. 
arrlvaf of a fine girl tolWs homo not 
long since. 

8omo few days agryftlr. J. J. 011- 
rooth ond Miss M\iu<t) Hood of Chat- 
tooga Tvcro married. Don't know who> 
officiated,' Wo extend our conijralu- 
latlons and wishes of much Joy ond 
happlncsB along: llfo'a road. 



D. H. KEMP OIED;FaiOAY.i^;| 
AFTER LINSERIN6 IlLHESS 



After a lingering lllnosi of several 
months, D. H. Kcitruflod ot bis homo 
In Idnwood last yflday at noon, ol 
tho ago of 48. t; 

For more than a year ho had been 
In dqclining health \ ond tho past 
threo months' had been oonHned lo 
his bed. His dcalh however,' came as 
a dlstincl shock lo Jits rclallvos and 
friends. • . • v' •.; ■ - '• . • •'. 

Surviving bim arft'ft widow'and 
nlno children— nvodaughlerA.' Mrs. 
Magglo Urock, .Mrs. Ooorijo Oglesby, 
Mlssor~13cMlo, 'IlaaioT'ortd" riorle 
Kemp, ami four Jons', Will, Goorgo, 
Teddy ond Uoss K6mp, all of L'aKoy- 
ettn. Also Ono brolhcl'.'/WlirKCnIp', 
of Trenton, Ga, ond. Iwo-L half -gls- 
ler's.-Mrs. Arch niclinrdson, 'of 'ViK 
lanow, ond Mrs.- Abproromble^ v.d^ 
DoUon, Burylvo him . • '■• ^ /' ■ 

— T'i^rncrni services "Worc" hold' from 
Jhc residence Saturday afternoon ol. 
2 o'clock, conducted by lley.' II. II, 
Ilownrd, In the presence of a largo 
number 'of soi'rowing relatives and 
friend.i. Inlorment followed In tho 
lornl cemetery. . / ii«(»»« .'v. 

Of a kinil dlsponi^irin,' (jiilftr nnd 
unassuming. Mr. Iveiiip modo many 
(rlund.n, and hi s'enlli Is deeply- do- 



G. D7lfAY8 DIED TUF^D.AY i'^ V^; 

: ''/'(>?lrTEnNOON AT.' AGE OF li 
/TJio ifi'londs of. G.'lVIIayi will bft' 
grlcvod to loarn of;hli death .Tuos-'j 
day •flcrnoon,'al|hls'homo on Iho; 
LoFByctlc-roiid-ijoBr/tldokomougn; 
I'ark.'^'HoTind lixmv In ^'doclinlng 
health '"for ; severol months., At , Iho' 
timo pf.lilB (loalh ho wa«,7l"}oar« of. 
age. ;■ ";V-.i ;.''-■'' ■- , '■' ".. I-'' ':-4. .;■;,•: ••'•->^ 
MIo ■ la BurvlV(<d" by his wife,' I'wfi- 
sons, O. n.vpnd C.'A, four daughtorji,-, 
Mrs. Mary Wallaco,' Mrs.; Eula O'^'f 
Neal, Mrs..' f^iislo Woodiii,'. and Mra^f 
Daisy Woodln. '; l-'unerar' ,'eervioc«,".? 
conducted l>y.. Iho Rcv.;Ezcll.'-Wora-. 
held ol IhO; -llocjt Sprlng'.-church-^ 
Wednesday of lernoon ol 2'o'cl6ck,'>'; 
Tho 'Inlennent followed yin .' no<>lc?| 
Rprintr cemo torA' .'.*', r - "•■ . ' ' ' .' ■" ' ' '''^ ■'.: 

CAHD OF TliA.NKS T ' '' ^ 

Wo wish lo thank our friends fop j' 
their kindne»5.sliown us during Iho*; 
sickness and death of our dear hus-X' 
bonds and falhor, Wo also Ihank D'r.f' 
Coultnr nnd ■Mr,,''W. A. Enbo i'or!; 
Iboir kindness.', ;. May God's rlchcUi; 
IdejislngB rest on Ihem all!— Mrs., 0//^ 
II. Kemji^ondchlldrfln; ' ' ■''">^«'v1f 



171 



"jANUAJlYto.im- 



iJfflESUcCLURrPiiSSEir^ 
'AWAY SUNDAY. MQRKIK& 



, The dcalh of Jomcs McClure, al hh 

home aL /lock Sprlng-.Masl Sunday 

I morning al 3 o'clock,- will bo'learncd 

' wilh rcgrot by Itio pooplo'.of the 

county. At Iho time of hfs passing 

. Iho deceased was 07 years of age. | 

I For several years Mr. McClurc had 

been in declining health. •■■.."• .-, •■ * 

Suriiving- him arc a widow and" 

four sons, H. Y, A. V, \V. n. and C. 

V. McCluro,'nnd one daughter, Miss 

Delia McClurc, also ono brother, J. 

W. McClurc, all of Itock Spring. 

Funeral snrNlces were held at the 
Rock Spring ccmclcry Mondaymorn- 
Ing at 11 o'clock in the presence of .i 
largo number of relatives and 
friends. Tho pnll-bcarcrs wore: 
^ Luther, Henry, Lester and Earl Mc- 
Clurc, and \V. T. Carwilo and Mack 
McGill. 

I Quiet and unassuming Mr. McCluro 
made many friends and was csleeii- 
cd highly by all Ihoao who knew bin* 

i- GARnETT'S CIIATEL •> 

.Weddings-bells nro still ringing a- 
rolmd old Oarrclfs. Karnnst Dean 
was married' Sunday, Jan. 18lh. 
Last Week's LclUr 
Mr. Joo McCluro who died Jan. 10. 
was laid to rest In the Garrett Chapel' 
cemetery Sunday al 12 o'clock. 

Our Sunday 8chool Is'atlU pro- 
gressing picoly. 

The death Mnndny night of Siuiicy 
Gnddnrd. oJ.I-o(ikoul Ml., fnunlilond- 
■iwsolii^irtviflu the' wound in his 
shoulder, ends nudllnT oC Uic couid- 
less tragedies' credited lo wildcnl 
whisky, lleside.-* ninny rrlativi-s. I lie 
deaa man Is mirvivrd by u wife and 
'young cJiild. 



IIIX.SON— \VF,r,.SK 

Fellslmrg, Kniis— Missvlliir.el Ilix- 
(III, (if eKnsingldii, Hn, and Mr. Olva 
I,. Weosn. of KiillsliurK. wern uiiiled 
in marriago al Liil'ayc'llc, Georgia, 
nccomher 20, nt .T:.10 p. m., wilh 
jJuMirs nnd Gcira llixsun, brother and 
j sinter of lirlde, ns wiliicsBes. 
I The hridn cniiies from a well knnwn 
1 siiulliern fiinilly. Is Iho oldest daugh- 
|lrr of Mr. James lllxson, Br., of 
I Kensington. 

Tbq gi'onm Is llin snroiid son of 
Mrs, Fred WuoHO of Fellshurg.-Iln 
has lived In niul near Fcllshurg all 
'his llfo except two yean of-whlch 
ho was in the army, spernVng ono 
year in France. 

Tho brido and groom arrived In 
Lewis December 31, then- wont lo 
Fcllshurg. Mr. and Mrs.'Wocso will 
make their home wilh; his; mother, 
Mrs. Fred Wcesc. near Fcllsburg.] 
Their fhahy relnlives ahd friends 
gave Ihn bridn a hearly wefcomo to 
this communlly and all Joined In 
congraliilallons. 

Mrs. John McCarty. of Lewis, aunt 
of tho bride, served lunch on Ihc ovr 



WevMsses 
to-the great beyond 



0--/ 



\ 



plo "rclalivos. On New li'ear's day/- 
(if their arrival lo 32 of Iho ImmodI— 
Mrs. Fred Weesn gave a New Voariri 
nnd wedidng dinner romblncd, trt- 
'Jl of Iho Immediate relatives. xjc 

-+.^.H-H~i- -H-I-H-r-i-I-H 
-J, iinOOlITOU'N VALLEY '!• 
•4." ■ •*• 

, Tho wedding bells liavu b^'eii rin^- 
Jnn'Mnlu. Judson J. Gllreuth und 
;jyil»«J.|audQJnooil-Wcrfl-inarrlod-ro. 
tcciiUy. Mrs, Ollrealh Is tt daughter nf 
litr.ind Mrs. Jon. Hood- of .Drx- Val- 
ley »iiU Mr, Ollrealh is a farmer nnd 
,awnoJ Mr. nnd Mrs. U. V. (iilrenlh 
•<Jccra»cd. They will make Ihnlr fu-; 
t\trv Lome hero nnd , havo munV 
:rrJ(«(i» who wish thoin niuch Imiipi- 
jicM.and success through lifv- 

'., iwm to'Mr.'nnd Mvs.-Ouy llogtTs 
^'■rccmlly. a daughler, ./. ■ ' ., __ 



•The dffalh Sunday njglit In an At- 
lontalhospltalr- if tj)?'^ brief-illness, 
of W.~ C. Evjtit, KfT<enslngton, came 
as "a distinct shBck to his many rol- 
ativos . and friends. Whilo ho had 
been in failing healLh for somelime. 
his condition was not considered se- 
rious unlll a fe^v. days before his 
tiasslng.VJ ..■ A • ■ \ , , 

Ho was born in Cedar Grove, iGa, 
July 28, 18(58. Ho lias been a mer- 
chant all bis life 'and N*as widely 
known among business men of Chnl- 
lonooga," Atlanta and, Knorvlllo. In 
his younger days ho was wilh his 
father In Cedar Orovo, as C. W. KviU 
(k' Son; Ifilcr. Iho firm was changed 
to Evitl,iSimmon8 & Koll. Later be 
was'.wlll\' tho Chattanooga Drug Co., 
find! Iho'Magill. Hardware company, 
of Chattanooga. For tho last elghlotn 
years h? .was a member of tho firm 
of*HalI AEvlll, of Kensington. Ho 
was a member of Iho Daptlsl chdrch 
at Now Prospect. 

. Surviving him aro a widow, four 
children, Ihroo brothers «nd ono sis- 
ter. • .... ; 

The bodywas shipped lo his homo 
at Kensington from Atlanta Monday, 
aridfunoral sbrvlccs were hold Wod- 
nosda^r'af lomoon at Antloch church. 
Cond6Q^d'|)j>f^ov. 8. Mi Hamic, In 
Iho Ufo^Qnco'ftf a largo crowd of sor- 
'|;0^tHH'«mW»'' *nt' friends. Al Iho 
qappi^sjon.'of'.tho services al tho 
.oliup^b", Ihe.^mombcrs of A. L Loei 
Wdgo Fl'&'A. M,'of which order ho 
wni an bonoro() member, look charj. 
of U^bbody, jnW 11 was lo*cro dlo It.i 
iasl-rcsllns VlUCOfWlth full Masoni 
'honor»,'J_; _• <>;«/ ^.i- -.'■••-'■• '^ ■ -Jt ■ ■ 
'■Thci'Vali-Yioarcrswcro: M. M. Whil- 
Ipw,' 8^P. Hill, W. O. HunliiP, 0. \V. 
irunloUlA H, StrifcVUnt' and Ujro.i 

Many'.'^boaullful "fforaV offering) 
\v(iro ';lribulc8'"of,:lovfl; oVios 'au ) 
friends.':,' viV. ; '■>•,; .•',!\'V.-'-t.' ' i ■' 

Tho death' of Mr. Evill removes 
from. Walkor county, ono of hor best 
cllircns,' and hisdcparluro la dooply 
dcplorcd.v'-v\;., i.s.;K! — ■• ''-rr., • 



12 



?AKPART.80.1g2q;i 

AHOIHER CONFEDERATE 
^SMtERAN PASSES AWAY 



L.\V. Mycin, Bgeil about 82, Con- 
fotleroto, ncl.licr, nnj a prtmilnont 
ollltcn, of 'llin couiily, dLo(l^i J-tI- 
UnyiBt lli6 hoino of hlWclaughlor, 
Mrfc;M^-J^.linml«, on Mlwlonary 
nidgo; ^flcrWfiricfilincsii. 
. ,Jn;iho;doaUi of Mr. Mfb^k, tho 
county loBcs « good clllion. Howos 
active In nil plilillo ndairs onil wb« 
highly Ontcohiod by thono vi(ho know 
him. For mota than nrty year* ho 
wa« a mcmboi:,,^or tho Methodist 
church and ■Borvod-hlg .'church riilih- 
fully throughout all XhcBO years. 

Su^^•lvjng him arc, two daughter*, 
Mrs. M..C. Donds, of Chntlanrtoga, 
and Mr8..Uoh,DaylB«f.Ch|cJ(amauga; 
and fourisons: O. S^.bf.CJji^ttanriogd, 
I)ocd, of.Cedartown, John, of Chlck- 
amauga,'and Carl Myor*. 

Funeral bopyIcos wore lield Bun- 
day afternoon". from llio Molhodlsl 
church, conducted hy Ilnv. llarrtJi, In 
tho proBcnco of a largo number, of 
rolollYC8.nndJ'/lond». tin dear to his 
heart tvag tho oauso of tho Confodor- 
acy, and so gallantly did. ho wear tho 
gray, that ho was laid to rest In tho 
Confederate uniform., Into-monl was 
In the. Chlckomauga ccmntory. , " 

Many beautiful floral orTorlngsat-' 
loBtod lo-tho cstflom of rclatlvcg and I 
fMendg, — — '■ ■ '~ — n 



ANOTIIKR r.OOn WOMAN GO.NE, 

Just'at thed.nwn of day of Jan. 20, 
Iho Hiiirit of .Mary A. Clieyno took it* 
llight lo rc.ilms nliovn.Mlnd been In 
dpc.lliiiiiK licnUh r.ir .-» yenr, but was 
oonlliinl to her. In-il nboul Ul/laya. 
Was 7rt years old. Tim last of a fam- 
ily of twelve. Her siHler, Mrs. D. L. 
(irinuii. preceded lic(^ only a„ few 
iiioMlhs before. Truly n noblo" wo- 
man has gone. She will bo mslged In 
her- church and eniiinumlly. . She 
and her si.ilers, Annie K'liilh "and 
Mrn. n. I.. Orinilli, gave Iho plotof 
gnniiid -whero Kn«t '■Armnchoe 
jchureh. now Btnufls. xx.x 



MISSJBIADYS HOLCOMB DIED 

; , AT CHICUMilUeA MOHOAY 

■' ■ ■ * . — — — 

Chlckamangn, 0.n— .Ming fJladyg 
Ilolromh died nt Ihe lifmie ntflrr pa- 
rent*, Mr. and ,Mr/i >l,Xllolcomh 
day morning, nfler a Hrlef lllncsg of 
pneumonia. .MImi* llolL-iunh was 21' 
ycara of age and a member of Iho 
Methodist Kpldcopal church, south, 
fllio was a young woman of beauti- 
ful characler and wag holoveU for 
her personal charms by a largo cir- 
cle of friends. ■ , > • 
Bho IB siirvlvrxi by her "parents, 
three brolhers. L. 1.. and Frank llol-'j 
comb, of Clinttanooga and Cliff Ifol- ' 
comb of Ilockwood, Oa, an>l one sls-l 
Icr, Mrs. F>1 Coley, of Chlckamaiign. 
Funeral Services were held ffum 
the Chlckamauga-MelhndlHt church- 
Tuesday afternoon at I o"cl«>ck, In 
tho presonco of a largo concourse of 
sorrowing rclativts and friends, on- 
duclcd.by her pastor, flov. Harris. 
Intcrmeni-lmmodlalely followe«l in 
tho Chlokamauga cemelery. 

Tho profusion of riowers omln^hl- 
ly aUostexJ fo the love and Vst/M^Trilii 
whIchHho deceased was held: '.'^"•, 
Tlio /ollowing friends Bctn(l..iig 
pan-bbarcr«; Duke Madarls, Fiinjc 
Oamp.'John Harper,' Ashley Jewell, 
'I;' P.- Alexander, and Clarcnco Walk-- 
cf.yj-..^J^f_;^f,i',:w--' '-;^<.^■,7;.'■.,^^-^^;.^ 

.+1.: ... zoszi. ... •; .■,■5.'+ 

+ "■.-. '.. +1 

OnoDf our old.citizcni, J. W. Bjlt, I 
died' suddenly Safur^ aftcrno6n. ' 
Tho. cause of his tiMh is thought to ' 
be heart trouble. . His family has ou!' I 
sympathy in their licrcavemcnt. 

Wfl are all rxpectlir u hX day 
Sunday, Mr. C. L. I»!i-vo A i/gidng t.j 
get married lo Miss .VaiiUo Trenj- 
way. 



FEBRUAKY C, 1920. 

[JAMES E. WELLS DIED 
LAST THURSDAY 29TH 



"After a week's illness, James E. 
Wells, aged 38. Uli(y<rtvncr of the 
Palace Theatre.'t»<iiHl B>Tny at his 
home on .South Main street last 
Thursday at noon. At Ursl his illne.«s 
was not considered serious and up to 
Wednesday night Ihe physicians 
thought his condition sntisfnclory. 
However, ho took a sudden change 
fur the worse Thursday morning and 
it was gnon seen that ho could not 
live.llis death camo as a shock lo ll'o 
entire consnvinily. 

Svirviving hitn are a widow, his 
fallicr, Wiley Wells, of' Wayne, 
Mich, a slcp-moHicr, two ^.slers, 
Mrs. Gilbert, of Ml. Klliotl, Mich., 
and. Mrs. Hurton Strong, of Wyan- 
dotlo, Mich., and one brother, Jud- 
son Wcll.s, of Detroit, Mich. 

Tho reiiinina wore taken lo Wnvne, 
Mich, Saturday morning and fun- 
eral Borvices wore hcid Sunday. Iii- 
lernicnt was in Iho Wayne eemelery; 

Mr. Wells had been a resident of 
r.aFayello only eight numllis, but 
during his stay hern he endeared 
himself to Lal'ayelto penpli*', and in 
bis death his wife and oilier iinmo- 
dinln relatives have tlii- deep sym- 
pathy of the people of the comin\in- 

jtr. ■ 



I The death of W. C. Evitl. a mem- 
ber of the firm of Hall & Evitl,: of 
Kensington, necessarily brings about 
the dissolution of the firm, and in 
order to close out tho efTccts of tho 

; nrm as fiuickly as possible It will be 
necessary lo immediately curtail all 

I credit business. Therefore, it will ho 
impossiblo for tin firm to. extend 
credit to tlii'ir enslomers as th«y 
have liereloforo done. It wlllalsii bo 
necessary to ,ts soon as possible forco 
cnlleclicms on ;ill ii'iles and accnunis 
of the linn. So I hereby nolLCy all 
parties that after i'cb. 20lh, all uo- 
collcctcd debts, notes and accounts 
will bo pul out for collection.-'-." -.'..' 



?3 



FKBEUAJtT C, 1930. 



', '^ -oak-grovf: + 

.^. ' ■•• 

— Wccor^ftinlr-florcBrtl to hear ^f 
lljo dfalh or MiM Gladys Holcomb; 
nhf will bo jnl8»«<l by a largo circio 
of friend 1, her parenl» »nd rclallvrs. 
She w as liivod hy all who knew her. 



GAUuFrrs aiAPix 



\Vn arn n-al S'irry In tii-ar of llio 
•ratliif nvr •.rrrrt Mi»»^''l*il»B H/.»..« 
I mmb. or ChicKamaosa. 

L-\Vc_\vr.ri; sorry In liepr pr.lh" doaih 
or our Uncle. I.. W. Mycr, of Mi»8hn- 
• ry niilKC. 

— Mr. Krr«i Mavily-and Mlfis Mallir 
Dnrk were quiekly inaVji^ff Sunday, 
f cbniary .Mh. We wUn Ihom a long 
nad happy life. , 

YICAU'S .SUI'I'OIIT. 

(ioorKin, Walker Cnnnly: 
'I'ci wliimi II inny (•(uicern: 

Mrs. I'Inrcnrn Tucker, \vl<li)w of 

Wlllain II. Tucker, lain of said coiin- 

ly. ilr'i-easerl, has aiiiilied to the iin- 

|di'i;sipied for a year's siipln'rl fm 

lifrsrir and ime niiiinr childreii friini 

llin eslitu of Kilid dereani'd. Nntlce It 

I hereliy KJveii thai I will rnss on snl 

laiipliratlnn at my ofllcn In I,il'"ayclle, 

.sail! luiiiily. on lln' fir I Monday ii 

March. ni'\l. 'iJM'ii iiiidcr my ham 

and fifllcial siKnalurc, lliii IVh. 1 

102(1. 

\V. I,. STANSKM., Ordinary. • 



Friends of Mr. an.l Mri. Yiclnr; 
Wlicclor wen- .<liucl,ed .and grieveil ; 
lo Icnrn of Ihe dealli AVi-rlne.sil ly. ' 
froin iiiii'innoiiia. <<r lln-ir lovely 
yoinip daii);hli>r. flora. The body 
will ho taken to Sinnniervillo Friday 
for intornienl. 

•I- •h + I 

nalph. Ihe seven year old V)n itl] 
Mr. and .Mrs. Allen New«om, dlc<l 
early Tuesday momlnif al his home 
nt Linwood. after a brief illness of 
pneiimfinia. Funeral servleei wer" 
held Wednesday, fntermenl wis nt 
Ml. rnrn ■! cfrnetrry. 'Hie -f.-imil- | 
hav II"- ovr^r-idiy of fhfir f'-i'^.d' i 

' in_ilic_Io»i uf Ihcir aoii j I 

The remains of W. 8. Mi/.e, whosi- 
death occurred on a passenRcr train 
from .lackBonvllle. Fin., lo .IcNiifi, (ia. 
last I iiesda.v. were r.irried to C.itm- 
mcrre. Cn., his home, for inlerinenl. 
Mr. Mi/f was a relative of H. F. uiirl 
.Mnirr Mi/c of Hijs cily. 
-f. .|. ^. 



ADMIM.STUATOn'S SAIJE . 

'jcnrgia, Walker County. 

Iiy MrliK! of an order from Ihr^ 
court of Ordinary of said county, 
will he sold nt public oiilcr.v, on Ih." 
nrsl Tuo.sdr.y in March,' \K0. al ttio 
court linuso rliior in said conlily, 
within Iho lepal hours of salo, Ihe- 
follnwing described real estalr, li*- 
wll: Nino (0) acres, nmre np less, i\\ 
Ihe Miilh (U) district and Fmirtli (1) 
.■<i'ction of Walker rounly, CicorRjt, 
bounded and di'srriheil as foUown: 
lli'K'innin.'f on the line belwcen loU'^ 
of lanils Noa. 210 and 217 in Ilia di.s- 
Irii't aforesaid at a sjiriiiK on or near 
said linn and followrnj: said sprinfr 
lniuich lo tlin llr.l liiK rock .sonic! 
■\\> niy or Iv.-enly-llve rids from ;;a (f 
'priiiK; Ihence a s lutheaslrrly 

i:rs'' iTobahly near llm same di.f- 



.•iEBEUAsyis, 

.«r.i.''r,a'rollnr Mllehcll ! >c,<v'.J.>^.'<l5* 
Honored on 87lli LIrlhday: ",■ ■ "'^vi 
' Mr«;.CnrnIlno Alexander •Mltchol'.; 
was Jionored on .hcr..87lh birthday' 
hy'"afaihlly dinner 'ot iho homo of' 
Mr.' and Mrs.' I'auI'.D. .WriKhl,/,lo. 
wlii;-li children, Rrondchildren • anrl 
grcat-Krondchildrcn ^ .were \ biddrn;' 
Carnations Dn(fferni werfc''b8ft(J aa 
'docnrallons, ■ whilft , viololl , forrfiod 
plaoo carils/. •,'.-. - '••■ '■:.) ''V \V." y'V 
I Intlio aftcmbnn mnnr^fl6n*4'faili 
0(1' lo extend greetinpn- and igood 
wjsh'e*' to ono'who' remains »6^woh« 
jdcrfiilly; , youoff beyond '' tho " four- 
.scoro yonrs, .rcUin|ng all 'Inlellecl- 
vinl foculliOB' to iB, remarkable do- 
BTeo, One sourco of hci;jiympathy 
with youth, is tho" memory of her 
happyiiftgirr"' T. TTF^^i 



." '•■■' iin|i|iy (JllBl,. ,, • I, ', :l-\t, • '^ ■ ■.•. 

lance lo Ihe lop of Ihe hill; Ihenro- ^ Amontf tho toasls glveni'WM V Mrs! 



I'lislwardly on I In- lop of said hill or 
'■i'li-'L '.'.'. n.roc|t_rlirr;.l!u"nccjiurlh- 
wc'd wilh said rock clilT Id I'le lino 
ili\idini.' said loU ..\dH.-2ir.-nnd 217.- 



J. H. Hammond from Eugono Field 
to' CliBD Danai;. •.,:'•., -',•-' r'^'-':-, 

-;•..';■.•;. ."Tlrt^'a lo you ..., / -•■•:'-: 
And'iififtir. you live a thousand yenr« 



'hence on said line lo Iho hiTln.'iIns To kinder kccplhlnffs chenry In lh§ 
corner. AIho one hundred and ciRh- , ■ 'bloomln' vale of tears. / ,;.,,- 
ty-on;' (IHl) acres, more or btss of ^nd may wfl live 'a thouiand, too, .'.;; 
!,i|M of land Nos. IDO and 2.T1, In Uin ^ (housanrl less a day. ■ • ■y-\ 

mill ilislrict and llh secli.in of .said' y^f ^,p ihouhln'l liko lo'bo'allvfl'^",^" 
•inunty.-and lot nf lan.l No. 210 h.lho- And know you had gone away." ^.V.?, 
.Miilh (1)) dislrict and, fourth (4> The'day.wna brightened t>T'»v- 
section of said county, describe.! on: ghnwet' of letters, cards, mcssagTMWi;^ 

follows: GommenclnK al the sniilh— ^^^^ and flowcr».*:r~^ : T^^I^t 

easl, corner of lot of land No. ZHI;' ,^. ,,..»._■_. ..•.;■'-*'; ', : . ,-j':' .'' 
thoncn weel wilh orlKinal line nf said' I',. , ,, ... _, , '., .,,. ,.. , ,^ .. , . ^. . .. _ .. .;■ 
Uil (o corah of riilpn; llienco follow- *J-j^J«4<4~l~f"I*'M~l-^~l~I*'i'^M~K< 
ing^lho eoXlb of ridpn In .fohn 0. Me— J^ :;■: , :' ,, .-■,';r. , .' . , *• , ^y*+', 
i:allle's property; Ihencn In a norUi- 4. " l-^ - LAFAVb'ntl, II.-2. ^JjLZ 'i''. 
raslerly direction alnnp: tho line oV 4.,;^--, .-,,.., ■-, '■■■„ ^-..- ■■ : ':'■■.•''■/ ■ •■■■ "^^TT 
lohn 6. McCallle*,- properly to Ihft- _4.^-4'I" I "I-I*-I-I"I-I •l" I "t~>'^'^'^'^' 
(ornerof thn properly of John Qi. j:i'<GrahdniaTjiil dIcdSunda;' morn-* 
McCntlin and Il.F. I'itlmnn on saldriog and was'buricd Amj/iy ofler- 
lot irfl; thencn In an easlnrly diroo- '■■oon.ln lha'Moon'ccrrtctt<ry. S)it v^'ft* 
'ion njonff Iho lino of Iho prnprrly- •Vick'only a fow.day^.' She leaves 'n 
of 11,- F. I'lttmnn to proporly nf Mrs^.-fcusband and several cliildrcn- and 
II. f1. Tlmmon.s; Ihenco south Hdrfj— ^rrandchihlrcnnnd a host of friends 
live. (.15) rods and Iwolvn, ((2) fttif . 

ilonfr Iho lino of tho properly of TftB:. ;.: -■;■. : ■, '; , / ■- ■■■„-< - -. . ■ 
II OTItnmbns on said lot 2tfl; Ifionoft- 'tVriiOurn her death. nc\: Henry, Cor- I 
nast to original east lino of«nld'lnt dell preached her funeral. There was j 
ilfi; thonco SQulh to ereek near fAfj* largclcrowd nt the burial service.', 
•oulh^nst corner of said lot No. ZIOJ- ^-r^-i -_■■'.- '- .... .TT'".~7T^. "."t' »_«- 
Mieo'Valonfflho creek lo orlKfnal (.'•■t;''.'','.'.'', V,'"',"' '* |"'"»"''|"'*J 
south lino; Ihenen wost lo went ••'><^^^i2'2vl.\l^lii'\^Lj:: 'i.'/;.,«oi-4JL'»! 
>f sail! lot 2)0; Ihrncn stiulh Vo Tolnt Ij+^v^L^,!^.^^?^ '?,"^Sj^<fli'T^ 
•f beRlnnlnff.'Tho' Iron ore In ancy ^ *t* 'I I'-'V^*'^/ '^ y'V' ] ' r ,fc',V ' i , ' \ t'i i' T 1 i"i t 
M.dor Iho aforesaid lands Is reservcf* j-,', wVarVvery lorry indeild to roporl 
^nd will not bo sold. The nriirMaltT, j-^'^^p „j,^y, ,,f j^,„ j.-,^^,^ ^yilson. She 
eM cslalo la (o bo sold by Iho »n-. J;,^^^^ jj^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^y f^p a nv\m- 
Inrsigned foe thn purpose of dlBl.rJ-^ ^j^^r.^fypars and was a klnd.T.hrls- 
uitlon lo tho lieirs at law nr,Mi«o» &tiftn>'^n,,n. and-lovcl by' all, who 
t.<in8-. deceased. Terms of "'•^-^"f'-fi'jinow her. Very sad for Iho' mother 
This 2nd dny^.rFebhi«ry.liJpO.J^,b'j^.jj^.,,lj',^,^ h'rd'X '"T »f 

M.O.LON^.A.bnlnlslrnlo^';,,J■^^^,g Phll^^n ^^,,0 ^ jn^n^ Ihn fun- 
.f the estnlo of Moses I'Ong,. Deed. Ji;-'^^,j)pj,jg, ,^,^,^5 , husband. Mrs. 

^— ' "^'^pJv^U^pnlollvei sortie' Itiftbosl-chll- 

w'dr^n In^ouf community lo mourn her 
Wdealh.Odf sympalhy jocaoul lo Iho 

fiboroavod family. :. .,,,;,> ■.;.■•• • , 
•4*)>Wo Wor« made gad lo hear of Ihe 
^t<ici|U»'er Fjios Shields. Truly, a good 
fc"',Ct>rl»ll«n'ynving man has been lakrn 
jilXrQm_Ovif _tTi|d«l. I Jiad known^thls 
Sbby for Tears and know ."thai ho wa» 
fc'» good boy." Our sympathy goes oul 
l:S.lo lh«.biX)UiBr» ami slstorf. ,j.,: ' 



174 



■i'EBRUAilY.lS./iwO J^i 

Mrs. Hilly Nnoly nnd Hoy Nooly »!- 
tended tlip funrrnl Kricin yin Sum- 
innrvillo of liltlo Miss Morn Wliool- 
cr. Owiiw lo illiicsa, only linr fnllior, 
v.. n. Wlioclor accomiianlcd lh<\ 
body from Cli'volnnd, Trnn. / 

•». ^ + / 
'i.En6s Shields, who diod near Hock] 
Spring Insl Wednesday morning, wa-^. 
buried cl Trinity Thursday al 11:30. 
lie liad been up in Ohio in soino kind 
of school. Ho and his hi-othcr Ji:n. 
They both conlraclod I ho llu. Thcv 
camo homo really hofore llicy were 
able. Uc nltendcd Iho Joe Deck snio 
when it came off then wenl lioinc 
nnd look measles, followed by brOn 
chial pneiimouia and Ihcn pneumon- 
ia slraighl. In his woakrnod condi- 
lion ho was unable lo battle acainst 
the cITccls of Iho combined di.soasos. 
although jio was a robust young man 
before hew as stricken down, lie was 
a good boy ami bid fair to live a lonp 
and useful life bul alas, ho is not. 
for God look him. IIo was 22 years 
old. IIo has flvo brothers, two sisters 
and many relatives ami friends U^ 
mourn their loss. Wo tender symp.""- 
1 thies to the bereaved ones. ! 

J. A. Williams and -lo-vso Milliean, 
two of our pood friends of the Cove. 
I wore lo soo us on business not long 
I since . _ — -. -■ ' 

+•1-1 'I- H - t - l - l -I* •r^• ^ ••^^ I •• I ■ t " ^ "^ 
•!'■■•■■ ■■ ■-■■■■•'. * 

-i' KENSINGTON, n.'l. ..^« 

•{• .•'■'''■''+'■ 

4-».v.;~ vf - T - w, - ■^.^■ ^ ■I■■I^^I^ M " ^ 

Dorn lo Mr. and Mrs. jl^>Haw- 
kins Iho I7tb. a fine son. *r 

•lun .lorry lo learn of Iho death of 
W. C. Evill. Tho bereaved family 
havo our hearts dcepi-st sympathy.. 
Tho weddings bells have begun In 
ring in this pari; of llic wood*. Mr. 
Cir.il IJnll nnd .Miss Lamiio IMlchO)!- 
were happily married Wednesday, 
llie 2ath. Wc wis|i Ihem along and 
happy lifn; 

U:TTF,n.S OF DIS.MISSION 

r.enrgin, U'alkei- County. 

I) II Cornollson, udministralor of R 
.1 iMashburn, has n|\plied lo llio un- 
dersigned fcir letters of dismission 
from said admlnistralnrslilp. Nolico 
i? hi;roby tivcn llial I will pass o'l 
said npplicnllon al my olTlco In I,a- 
rnycllo, said county, op Iho Hrvl 
Monday In March, noxt. GIvon un- 
der my hand and oflloial sigualur-i, 
Ibis Feb. 2, U)20. •*' 

W. L. STANSKLL, Ordinary. 



llfctrGnS OF AOinNlSTItATlON 

icorgla.-Walkcr County: ., .'XfJ'. ;. 

Application' having been mndo In 
lue form to havo A. I.. Ellis appolnt- 
•d administrator upon Iho cslalo of 
loscph E; Ilondqrson,-. ialo- of said 
:ounly, dccca'sed,' with. will annexed, 
lollco Is hereby, given- thai said ap- 
^dlcalion will bb passed upon' al my 
jIUco In I.nFayelto, said county, on 
Ihc llrsl Monday In March, next. 
(JIven under my hand ofllclal slgna- 
luro, this Fob. 2n.l. 1020. 

W. U. STA.NSEI-J., Ordinary. 



Lini'.L Fon nivoncE 

Georgia. Walker County._ 

Mory E. Jonos v« James E. .Tones. ■ 
Walker superior co\irU February 
tcriii. 1020. Libel for Divoroo." I 1 
To James E. Jones, dofendanl: You | 
arc hereby commanded lo bo nnd_ 
appear al Ibo next term of tho Su- 
perior court of s;iid county, to bo 
held on tho third Monday In Febru- 
ary, 1920. nnd make your answur in 
the above-named nnd slated case, as 
rcqulreil by tho order of said coiirl. 
Witness tho llonorablo Moses 
Wright. .Uiilgo of the Superior Court, 
this Isl day of Sept. I01'>. 

J. L. now LAND Clork. 



~ VF.AUS SDPrOUT' 

fienrgl.n. Walker County. 
To whom 11 mny concern: ■ 

Mrs M K I'eUiJohn, widow of J A 
I'ellijohn, Into of said county, dec'd., 
lias applied lo tho undersigned for a' 
year's supiiort for herself and I min- 
or child from tho eslnlo . of said 
(leccnscd. No t ico Is boreby given that 



f - AI).^IINISTn 'TO v.T o \, fj ; ^^f" 
.■••■<3corgia, Walker County.' '■'•:"■ 

_- JUy virtue of an order from the 
^<ourt of Ordinarj- of said county, 
'^wlU bo sold at public outcry, on the 
' first Tuesday In March. 1020, at. tho 
• ■court fiouse door in said county. 
Within tho legal hours of sale, the 
■following described real eslate. to- 
■v.it: Nino (0) acres, more or less. In 
tho .Ninth (0) district and Fourth (1) 
section of Walker county, Georgia, 
toundcd and described as follows: 
■ I'eginning on tho lino between lots 
of lands Nr.s. 210 and 217 In the dis- 
trict aforcialil al a spring on or near 
enid lino nnd following said spring 
branch lo the nr.-t big rocJt soino 
twenty or twenty-lhc rods from said 
spring; Ihonco a ' soulbeaslsrly 
courio probably near llio samo dls- 



1 will pass on said nppliciiLion nl my 
rlllco in LnFnyetto said county, on 
tho llrsl .Monilay In March, nuxl. 
(liven (mder 'my linnil and ofllclal 
signuluro. Ibis Feb. 2. 1020. 

W. I-. STANSKLL. Ordinary. 

I.in-rEnsl)F AIMIlNISTnATION 

Georgia, Walker County. 

Application having been made !n 
duo form lo havo C. J. Evill appnlu!- 
od administrator upon tho estnlo of 
W. C. Evltl, lato of said counly. d - 
ceased, nolico Is hereby given Ihil 
said application will bo pasrcil upi.n 
at my ofllco ln"LnFayelte, said cou - 
ly, on tho llrsl Monday In Mnrrh. 
next. Given under my hand nnd oi- 
llclal signature, ll\is Feb. 2. 1020. 
W. L. STANSELI., Ordinary. 



lancoto tho lop Of- tho" lilll; tlienco 
chstwardly on tho top of said hill or 
rldgc to a rock clirT; llicnco north- 
wesl with said rock ell fT to ttio lino 
dividing said lots ,\o8, 210 nnd 217; 
Ibcnco on said lino to tho beginning 
corner. Also nno hundred and elgli- 
ly-on,-; (I8l)i acres, moro or less of 
lots of land Nos! 109 rind 231, in the 
loth dlslrict and lib section of said 
county, nnd lot of land' .No. 210 in the 
Ninth (0) district and fourth (t) 
seeliori of .«;ald county, described as 
f(dlow.4: CommeiirinK at the south- 
oast corner of lot of land No. 234;' 
j lliencewesl with original line of .said 
lot lo comb of ridgo; Ihenco follow- 
ing Iho comb of ridge to John 0. Mc- 
Callip's property; th('nce in a nurlli- 
easlerly direction along tho line of 
John 0. .McCallic's iiroperly lo Iho 
corner of Iho property of John 0. 
McCalllo and 11. F. Pillman on said 
lot 100; tliincc In an easterly direc- 
tion nlong tho lino of Iho properly 
of 1(. F. Pillman to properly of Mrs. 
H. G. Timnions; thence south Ihlrly- 
flve (35) rods anil twelve (12) feel 
along Ihe lino of Iho property of Mrs. 
il G Tinunons.on said lot 21(1; the:iro 
east (o original east linn of said lot 
210; Ihenco south lo creek near the 
smillii'.isl corne'r £f siiidjot No. 210; 
Ihenre along llio creel; lo "origin.nl 
Boulh line; llicncc we.tC lo west lino, 
of said lot 210; lliince soulh to point! 
of beghminw* The iroiv. ore in and i 
under Ihe aforesaid IhiiiI.s Is reservi'd 
and will ni.l bo sold! Tlin aforesaid I 
real csl.ilo is lo bo sold by tho un- ' 
der.-igned fur Ihe purpose of distrl-j 

tiurinTrriTiiiirnpir,Tnt-lnw^nf-MnBos7 

I<onp, deceased. Terms of salo— cash. 

This 2nd day of February, 1020. 

M. 0. LO.NG, Admlnlstrnlor 

of Iho esl;ili! of Moses I.,ong. I)it,1. 



75 



FEBEUAEY* 20, 1020. _l 

d;;h.?hixon's death 

li;i]EEPLY DEPLORED 



/>><r ..V -- — p'^— — s, 

W>i^''ir.*Hljon, aged 42, Dflcr a brio.' 
illness of pneumonia, died at, his 
homo at . nq^avllln, early Hnlnrdny 
jr i ornlnS^ i<j'leal-<' COi'iit'3 us n Jin'- 
TmctlTiock lahla many rclaUvcs and 
friends In Ihe county, and l)ls pass- 
InR is deeply deplored. ' 
..:Mi'.' Uixoneorvod llirco years a", 
Mayor of llossvlllo,' had • aclod ri 
chairman Of llio board of educallo i 
of thai oily, was aclivoly Intercsle I 
in church work and wns a promlii- 
cnl Odd fellow and Woodman of tlu 
World.'^Ho was a man. of consider-, 
able amhiUon and Just a few years 
ago slurtiod law and Was admitted to 
the bar last August. Ho was cstocmod 
as a valuable citizen and a capable 
Offlclal.- ■- . . ■■ 

• Burylvlng him arc a widow and 
two children:. Joseph .David and 
Harold David; his parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. Ooorgo D. Hixon and llircc 
brothers: John. William l\. and Ward 
Hiion, and three sisters, Mrs. Emma 
Irvin, Mrs.'Dora Mannings and Mrs. 

Ruth Rutcl. ■ : 

I Funeral services wore hold from' 
the HossNlllo M. E. church. South, pf 
which Iho deceased was a rhemlior, 
Monday morning at 10 o'clock. In the 
presence of hundreds of relatives 
aVid friends. Many beautiful, floral 
offerings' allcslcd lo the esteom In 
which li9 was hold./The Odd Follows 
ind Woodmen of tho World attended 
Ihe funeral In a body. After Iho ser- 
I vices al tho church, Iho body was 
taken to tho Cliickama\iga rernclery 
for inlcrment. ■ , Aclivo' pallboarcrn 
were:C E Rhodes, Walleco Ware, W 
E Tomlinson, W H Claik, ChasHobl. 
Jones and K O Hendenfth. Konornry 
pallbearers were Dr J S Alaobrook, 
Fred^Miller. Henrj- Ware, Oscar. N. 
Chambers, E O Carroll and'W H 
BUnlcy., 



Mr«. !>, R. Itndorl.i Burled " .^ - 
Al Chlclfamaugn WcdiiesilBy. . 

. Funeral sorvlcrs over ttio body of 
Mrs; L .I\. Madarl.'^ wore, held from 
llio residence at Chickamauga Wc<l- 
ncjMlay.al noon. Sho viSis formerly 
Miss'^Arva/.Ino Abel, a 'daughter of 
Ksfjulro" C. W. Abel, of Rbddy. Tenn. 
.She was 23 years of *geal IhO lime 
of her death. , . . ..'..'. 



Wnrrrn IHxon Lflid To RrM A- | 

Al Chlr^kBrnaiioa Momlnv -• 

CliickamnuK«.Ga.-WcrrM !■ IIix- 
on. ■iKr<l 32. a llrsl co.i.-in ' f Mayor 
n H Hixon. who was Inid 10 resl al 
Chickamauga on Mon.!»> -orni ir 
die<l Sunday sflemo«jn .'.l ': '> clock 
«l his home In Chickar-.suiri. I'nei- 
monla was attributed aft H. ■ cause 
of his demise. Ho 14 survived by Ms 
wife his father. J. J. Hi ion. and a 
brother. J. 8. Hixon. Funeral servires 
wcro'litfld at- ChicKjimoUirau Bapllsl 
cbOrfh'Mond«y,:'«ft<^rr.oon at 2i^. 
witb BeT.'MQF»rt»tKl offlclaUn«.Tbe 
Inlormcnl look pUc« . al . Chicka- 



nvRRT^H-'Wi 



Tk-r t-»m labors of Vr^i=»I V.-f. 
Cjnt <>r:=/?t<TT f-3c brji-iU Hx^ity. 



Mrs. Helen Ander.s<ii>, \jJ»o died I 
Tui-.siliiy, wns buried awlio Single- | 
terry cemrlery Wediu'sday. Sho was , 
Iho'daiiKlder of J. 11. Lealh, or| 

Cooper Heights. \ . j 

•f V -I' ' 

I In the death Sunda yof little Dor- 

'othy, the ono year old daukhler of 

Imp. and Mrs. O. W. Ixntr,, of Rock 

I Spring, and the death Tuesday of 

llillhi Oessie, the llireo year . old 

daughter of Mr. pnd Mrs. LenU, the 

iiinthor, and fnlher 1iavo the deep 

sympathy of their many friends. 

lllotih wero laid, to rest in the Rock 

I Spring . cemetery ; Dorothy on Mog- 

day and Hcssl^ Wedm'sday. 

1 ;. .. '^ ,•»• * •!• 

Mrs. Tip. Mannlnc. dl<^ Bimday 
niplil nt'lh.!' home iMj^ s(in. J. (i 
.Manning In Wesl f.!u"iiyelle. Doat!) 
waS-duo-Ui- para lysis._I'"unnral ser- 
vices wore held at the cemetery a' 
Kvdilignd. (.iti., Monday afternoon nl 
2 o'clock, after which Ihe body was 
lowered to its last resting place. 8!)e 
Is survived by an only son, J. 0. 
Manning, who has llin sympathy of 

I his friends in his'bcrcavemenl. 

I ■ + -1. + 

Mr.- and Mrs. Gordon Hammond 
have Ihe «ym(iathy of their friends 
in the dealh Saturday of their child. 
The lillle body was taken Sunday In 
M.ncedriiiia (.-raveyard, in Drnonitxiwn 
.for burial. 

^« •?• •!- 



'Squire J. W. Harinoii and Mrs. 

Florence I.ealh were mnrried last 

Wednesday. 'Snulrc (i. W. Drown of- 

, flciatcd. I'riends of the contracting 

'parties exlrniHiappy felicitations. 

.Mrs. Helen Aiiderann. wi>o dierl 
Tuesday, was buried aWlio Singlh- 
terry cemrtrry Wednc.sday. Sho was 
tho dauphler of J. 11. I>calh, of 
Cooper Heights. 



4* 

♦!• BnOO.MTOWN V.VLLEY 

'{'•H-i-I-I-H' 



•w 



•I- 



Horn to Mr. and Mrs^'. .M. Mc- 
WhiMler. a son on lhlr<illi. 
Ti-i-m-t-i-f •i-l~J-i~W-»-~i* T 

.J. C.KM i:n GROVK •> 

.f. •». 

, 4-;. .H-W-M'-I-l-W-l-!-'-^-'-'-^ I 

The dcalli niiKi-1 \isiti-.l Ihe linine 
nr Mr. and Mr.s. <i. W.l.en'l/. Sunday, 
nlfihl and claimed ns its own. llMle 
Durthy, tbo baby girl. 

ROSF.HUD. 



.»..T-T. . J. .T~ J-»-t-'- .T_T_! _1_I_T. .t...\»T-l. 




raPBUASY 27, 1920. 

McKtiliihl-Story. 
/V wcdrlinp of Inlnrfcsl to llio mnny 
friends of llio contrac'inR pftrlics 
was llinl of Mr. W. T. McKnight, of 
Orocnlnish, nnd Miss Gladys Slory, 
of West Lal'nycUo, Wednesday nf- 
tornoon, aL Iho Mclhodls'. parsonage, 
nov. A. K. ScoU onicialod. The brido ' 
Is Iho allracUvo dauKlilcr of Dr. and I 
Mrs, 1'. M. Slory, wlillo Iho groom is 
nn cncrgclio and popular young manj 
of Wcsl Arrmiclieco Valley. '"< 

' I'rlcnds of Iho young oouplc cx(,?.nd . 
happy fellcilalions. "' 



CENCOAT 



.^ms. noBEUT nouciiF.nTY 

PASSKD AAVAY AT QUAY, FLA. 

News lins heen rnoolvod In La- 
FayoUo of tlio dealh last Thurs- 
day of ^Irs. Ui)hnrl| DouB^rrffLy, al 
her homo in QiiayJ^Mtlrltln.. Mrs. 
Donglicrly was Iho widdw of tho Into 
Uobcrly Doiighnrly of Ihis counly, 
and ono Of, Walker county's most 
•promlnfiu citizens. 
; Mrs. Dougherty was Iho mother of 
^ovcn. children, tlirco sons and four 
oaughlers — Charles and William, do- 
coasdd, and 'Robert, of Quay, Fla, 
Mrs., n. \V. Parris, of Slono Moun- 
Inin, Ga., Mrs. W. A. Williams, of 
Ellijay, Ga., iWs. W J Norton and 
Miss Nellie Dougherty, of Quay, Flft. 

'i^olwiiRffusisyiioiir 



Wo wcro Indeed sorry to know of 
tho death of D. II. llixop. lie was a 
self-made man. | 

Dan Hammond, of Cenchat, mot, 
with a fatal accident in Chattnnonpa 
last Saturday night. ThD tragedy 
occiirrcd on Whiteside street.. He 
had driven his wagon and team to 
town in^the afternoon of last Satur- 
day. Ho put his wagon and team in j 
Lawhorn's wagon yard on White- j 
side street and secured lodging in a 
boarding house on tho opposite side 
of tho street In pa.tsing from Iho 
wagon yard to his boarding place ho 
was knocked down by a passing, n\i- 
Inmobilc, his head and body man- 
gled; Jho was picked up unconscious 



Tho following story of lln- mar- 
riage of MIm I.nuni Sinilli to Mr. 
■Aiuh-inv 1'. dc. J-'oi-e^L AlltiiiO*!, (lub- 
lished ill Iho I'liiladiliphia Times, 
will be read with inloro.'d by Iho 
many fri'-iwls hi lliis scclion of Mr. 
AllKOod: 

• Mis.1 I. aura KdwarrI Sinilli. daugh- 
ter of ficuenil and Mrs. lUilierL C.ih- 
soi'i Knillli. anil Aiidn-w I', de I'oreMt 
AllKDod, II lirokcr of llii.H r.lly, were; 
married nl H d'clnrk y.'nlerday iifler- 
nonn in Si. .Vim's l".|iisc;o|ia! Church 
:'t ^'/yvill,'. 1.. I. Til- i.nli::aUiiK-i-ler-i 
^'yiiifu^-wuiu tlui Ilev, .lolin II. I'res 



II, i-fCl...r of 



il'iii-i-li. ami the 



•Xa^lMf mZ* iT»T»TMtiiTi ****** d! - * -».-r.-.*. I 

•i*^i**i*T* i i^i^i i"i"r »'^'*i'^i*^*j"4"r ',"■ 

•!• ■..<■---<,- • ■ ■ ■'^-■■^■\-i.!}^K.*'^\. 
"V .-,.■;:-,!■ PINE CnOVEi>;':;^V^^:; .^^^f 

,{. .T.-M-T -I-r ■T'T-t' A-^Jl^r^f-tJ-i* A v: 
We are sorry to report thfr-dealh,''- 
of our friend, VlrgUFillors. Ho died} 
Friday night and was laid to rest In": 
the Center Point comotcry Sunda^.':^ 
Funeral 'services were conducted by^ 
nev. W. M. PcttlgreW. Death was duo.: 
to' liiberculo8l8,'"contraclcd -la' Iho ;; 
army.' II is father, molhcr, sister arid/' 
wife having;, preceded him lo'.-thBf 
spirit world,, only leaving ono broth--:- 
er to mourn his loss. ■ ■■•>i;''.;i?^}'K'-. 



. Mrs. A. F.' Shaw,' wldo^^Jof. the Jala;-; 
A. F.'Shaw.who for a l/ji»*«flTnbcr.^.; 
of years was ono of the Messenger's ,; 
most V Intorostlotr correspondents, i 
died at the homo of her stop-daugh- o 
ter, MrSjJ.YM.Xoalh", ^af Coopor-i; 
Heights,' Sunday,' after ah, Illness ofr'^ 
pnoumoniq. At tho lime ojfhbr'doalh.'' 
she was OS yeaj-g ■ of Bgor/i/cVr-'J'V'/'-;^.'' 
' ','>frs,'. Bhaw'j^wn'ayborriVaod^ roared ;'> 
near . 8ubllgma,v.tbo> oldeati»i8tor>of . ' 
Judge J.P,John|»ton of. SummervlUo.i': 
^luco.Jicr'nifirrlngo', 'atinut'30"yoarii • 
"flgo'.'stio hn'8,r08ldflKj In Walker coun- » 
tyf^wflKo-vfasii good Chrlsllatr woman'' 
and a m"eral)cr of P/lmitlvo 'Baptist:^ 
■Church... ,. J . ■-,;v')^'rKrV\-;:"-^ "' 
V. Tho funflrnl.flcpvlcc^wcro held nii'.^ 
Coopor. Ilclglils and Interment mado's 
IhcroTuesday. The doceaJcd Is aurt'' 
vlvod by .T brotherSj[-^Jiidge^Jghhston,';' 
oi'.Snmmcr'ville, "iV,'^, J.'johnslon, ' 
of Lookout, Gn, and J.-F. Jolinslon,! 
of I^aFayctto, Ga, 3 slslors, Mrs. It. F.,- 
Rpencer, LaFayette,--Mrs, Elliabolh:. 
Rhaw, Coopor Uelghls," Mrs.'''n.'\C.',; 
IiosH, of LpiFiryclto, and ". two step-' 
daughters, Mrs. Lealh and Mrs.- //^ 
Pryor of Cooper Heights. ' .''ii.'.^ •v,T\'.*. 



.1 , .Hend-I.ItUc, 

-^A-mnrri.nge which cnme as a pleas- 
ant surprise In their many friends 
was tlinl of Miss jlulh HciuWt) Mr. 
Lester Little, of lip*rrPuc^ the im- 
pressive ser\ice being said Thursday 
oyoninp hy Hev. Josiah Cnulup, pas- 
tor of the First Haptlst church, at 
tho- home of Mrs. Charles McFarlnnd,' 
with whom Miss Head had been 
boarding, on South Spencer Street. 

Mrs. Liltle, as Miss Huth Hond, has 
a wide circle of friends and admir- 
ers in tliis cily wliero shn has made 
her home for the p.ist sevornl years. 
She is a pretty and nttrnclivo young 
woman who has made hosts of cor- 
dial friends in Pallnn who regret 
deeply Hint her m.Trringe will lake 
her elsewhere to live. ■ \ ' 

Mr. Littlo up to .•» short lime ago 
was a prominent yoimg farmer of 
Walker counly; hut recently ho has 
disposed of his farming intercslfl and 
Is 'now in business in LftFaycllo.— 
North Georgia Citizen. ' 



Ilv. Dr C Ernest Sinilli, reelor of St. | 
Th'omas'es Chiircli in Wa^liinglon, D. • 
C, where tho bride's fninily formerly ■ 
rcHidod. 

Percy Woodstock, organist from 
All Angels' Church, lliis jcily, and 
Hans Kronold, the 'cellist, with a biy I 
cholr~onch~vdIcc(«, furnished the 
muBio'for Vho wedding, the boy choir 
meeting tho bridal party at tlio door 
of tho, picturesque slono church. 

the brIdo wore a gown Of cloth of 
sllver,;adorned with band* nf pearly 
wllh'a court train of «il\'tr cloth, 
and a veil of^Bpanlsh lace cdughl up 
Irfcap effect with garlands of ornngp 
bloisomi. Her sister, Mrs. H. A, Dal- 
drldgcS, wifo of Com. Daldrldge, U. 
8..N',,wofc" her only atlcndanL 8ho 
wore a gown of shaded violet chiffon 
topped ■vl til a, violet hat trimmed 
with yellow and pale lavender flow- 
ers. " 'Edward Smith gave his sister 
iamanrlago.; <: ■ ■ ■>. ' > 
.Ernest Pot)^ of New York, was best 
^^arn^ThOJlUShc^8'lwc^6'^^fDJo^ Wll- 
Imnrc: nose, U. 8. A.; Christopher 
Roberts, Commander Haldrldgc, and 
[Jeweit Holt Smith, thcbrido'syoung- 

!-<>rrbrolI1cr. ' " 

I A rcceplion of Hollyhocks, the 
I roui^try home of the bride's par- 
nrils,"^<2lI6wc<l theceremnny. Later 
Lhc.cou'ple-lcft for Pinqhurst, .V C. 
Mr.^Allfrood was a Ilrsl. Lleulennnl 
during' the war, nnJ served a-nn in- 
8tructbr;.at Madison IlarrAcks. He' 
Is a, native of Oeorgin. and the s^n ' 
of Mrs.dc jornst Allpoiiil'of this cily. 



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MRS. PERLINUOYERN . : 
FELL ON SLEEP lUESOAY 



Mr.v Pcrllna I-ovorn, npfOil 82, cJlod 
nl Iho hnmo orthor^n, II. S. Lovorn. 
on Soiilti MalnkXcnt Tuesday monr- 
Ing nl lliOO o'clock; Slio liaU hocri In 
declining licnllh for mnnr monl''*/ 
nnd Uio end r.nma qnioLIy, M Jf_j])'J 
had dropped olT to sloop: "' 

SvirvivinfT hor nro two sons and 
four daughlprs— II. S. Lovorn. of Uils 
rily, nnd J II I>ovorn. of East Lake, 
Tcnn.; Mrs. B J nnndnll. of Alliens, 
Tonn, Mrs. J. C. Moody, of llarrl- 
man. Tcnn, Mrs I E Hoavcr. • of 
Alliens, Gn, and Mr8< J. U Clarkson, 
of East Lake, Tcnn. 

Trom early childhood Mrs. Govern 
had boon a dovolcd and consocrnlod 
Christian, having been a llfo-loni? 
mombcr of Uio Mclhodlsl church. 
Sho possMsod many Christian graces 
nnd wBi unassuming, gonllo nnd 
kind. Bho was lovod best by Ihose 
who knew hor best. 

Funeral scrvioca woro held from 
the Molhodlsl church hero Wcdnes- 
, dar ttfLomoon »l 2 o'clock, conduclod 
'by nov. A. E. ScolL Intnrmonl fol- 
lowed In the IncBl-rrm'^^ry.- Pall 
hearers were: T- A JarUson.K I> Hnll, 
Br, E M Colbert, M demons, P D 
Fortune and I H ll olloman . • 

Mi\8 nuni cnuMP DIED • . y 

LAFT miDAY AFTEaNOON 



W.H. SPENCER UIO 10 RFST 
AT- ROCK SPRINGS SUNDAY 



W. H, Spencer, hrciI 7r., who suf- 
fered ft' slroko of pnrj,bsl3 Insl 
Thursday, died nl }A\<y<\oma of his 
son, E. E. Spencer, Mi-lh of La Fay- 
olio, Saturday. 

Mr. Spencer had been in doclininK 
health j[or some nionllis. and when 
ho bccarho paralyzed 11 was seen Ihnl 
his condlllon was precarious nnd he 
gradually jrcw worse until llio end 
canio Saturday. 

Surviving him are one Ri.slor, Mrs. 
M. A. Mbrgnn and seven children- 
six R0t« and one dnugliler; sons, It. j 
I,, II J, G F, L L. K E nnd U E Spi i>- 
cor, nil, of Walker county, and one, 
daughter. Miss E. E. Spencer, nlao of 
IhlR county. , i 

Funeral services ^vero held from 
Hock Spring Melliodi.sl church Sun-' 
day nflcrnoon iil 2 o'clock conduclod 
hy nov. A*. E. Scoll, of LaFayolle, nn.l 
Ilev H A ninylock of ItossviUo. Inter- 
ment followed in the Ilock Spring 
comelery. 

For more than flfly years Mr. 
Spencer wasa mcmhcr of the M. E. 
church. Ho was quiet and unassum- 
ing nnd was lovod hy a wide circle 
of friends, who mourn his doalh. 

Friends of Iho grlcf-slricken rel- 
ntlvc's extend their sympathy in Iholr 
sad bereavement. 



Funeral services ovop the bo.ly ol 
Mrs. Ituth Cn*ip, _v>>rtrdie<l In.t 1-rl- 
.iny, .1 her hVp»<r near Wnlcnllle, 
after a few weeks' Illness of Indu- 
fmi. nnd pneumonia, were held from 
the Nroml Dapllst church Sunday. 
icondurle<ll.y Ilev. n. II. iH^'ftrd.-., 
■ In Dereml.er Mrs. Crump w%s se- 
vrrely burned, a larpe iMirllonofhcfl 
body being afTectcd. .nnd.abo-haJ, 
hardly recovered from these injuries ' 
! when she was taken ill with mnucn- 
7.a which lalet: develop(*d Into pftCU- 
I rnnnin. jTi^iKij^nJl!:! ;^»ih_.^l.a.sl 

' Friday. ' ' ' ' ■ , ' 

■jlic derenHcd is mirvWcd by iicr 
! imsliand, Jeter Crump and ono child; 
Inlso Wr parents. Mr, nnd Mrs.' James . 
: Keown. She *-fl8 alsoahalf-slsU^r o?. 
!t<>im Ilry.in. . . ^ . .J ' '"J-- . , -■' 



MILS. \. c coM.KY nreo ' 

IX CIlATTANOOr.A SATUnllAV. 



Chnltanoogii: — Fiiner:il «rr>-lceji 
;o\er the body of Mr». Nannie C.Oin- 
; ley. who dieil 8atur(i.iy niKlil »t her' 
lumie, <22 On.\ sirool. nflT n brief 
' jllneM'of pnciim<itiin. \'vv held frofl>: 
'tier late rc»idcDCe Mcnday aflcmcon; 
,nl 2." I)r.-E. E.,\ViIey, pa»lor of Cen- 
tenary M.£X church, south, of which 
; the decc«»c<I w»J a rnMnber, otlloi*- 
!l<Wl. The Interment' look'.plice' In 
I KorMl Hills ocmelert, ^wllh •Jndir^ 
I Joe .V. WaiUtriKjBajn IL FonJ^- W,,H. 
Cummlng*. N. P;rD»con,Ml.-L.^D«vta 
Und FC; rJ-lUlr-acllnx/panbflarrrt. 
Mr»;'Cof>tBT b*B » h(J»t'ar frlendi In 
lah«Mooo|pa>n<)t TOfffWKlta* MvttMi: 
l$biMm_inaU 



Funrrnl .'ienlrps .Sun<!<«y Over 
nody of Mrs. Chn*. Wnlkrr 

Mrs. Chas. Walkr^.dird nl ti-r 
homeln SoiitA L^velle |-i?;i-rl. 
day. after a IWrf illn-ss. Funeral 
services were held 8"nday fmn) 
Wc-sley Chnpel church, conducled by 
ricv. llenvis. at (ended by a number 
i of relatives and friend*. Her hu»l)and \ 
Iwas unable lo attend the funeral 6n 
account of beinjr 111 with Innucn'ra. 
' Bei»Me«"» Imrt'and,' Ihe deteased 
Ui»urvlTe< br1eVrt>t^cWldrt«V-(lvc 
tons and ihvt*-^v^la^^'^T-;^i\-. 



r.onoo.N SCOTT ansutuis 



SUMMONS OF DEATH 



! Gordon Scoll. son of Mr. and Mrs. 
X a; Scoll, o\ N^nt. died last 
Thur.>wlay," aflcV'S brief Illness of 
pneumonia. Funeral services were 
held from Naomi church Friday, 
I conducted by Rev. D. H. Hcrward, In 
•Uje^pr«»cnce of a.hUmbor of rela- 
[Uvea'^nd fricnd».Tnlermenl :flraa Iti 
the. Naomt gt^fitrt^pX. . -.- . ,-,- ^7^ ' 
I (;Bb li!,s>jWlyed by hW w1fv»«vef«J 
iMpiH^At^i sltUra^'and bit parenlJ. 

— Mm. W. H. flnnndert 

iunerni services o\er Die body of 
.Mrs. AV. H. Saunders, n.ed 58, who 
died Tuesday morning at her homo 

n Lyllo, after a long Illness were 

beldfrom tho.MethDdist cbur^h jn 

Chickamauga at 'l I o'clock -Wcdnem 

'in'^riKr^u'""- ''"""'^'''^ ^y Interment 

n-Chlckhmauga cemetery ..fiurvlT-» 
InBtho deceased are her husband* 
one son, E, F, Saunders, and (wo 

Mrs J L Madsr^ nil of Lytic. 



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'jsismia.:im. 



lAMES VVALUN DIED/ 

SATUnOAY or PNELIMOMA 

"AXlcr'a lingering iUncM of influ- 
cniH, which- quickly dovolopod JnLo 
pncumonln. James Wallln dfod t\ his 
homo north of town Baturday- night 
at 11 o'chxk. Ills almost sudden 
dfalh camo n» a shock, sinco ho was 
not thought to bO' seriously ill until 
Saturday afternoon. 

The deceased was preceded to the 
grave by his wife last June, and 
leaves five small children. However, 
relatives liavo taken the children to 
rear. , 

Funeral services were hold at Mt. 
Carmcl Sund.i7~nflcrnoon al^3 o'- 
.cIock_jConlluctcd by Ilcv^A, D,^Sizo- 
moro. Interment immediately fol- 
lowed in thd.Mt. Carmel graveyard. 

'Besides his children, Mr. Wallin is 
1 survived liy ono full brother, A. T. 
Wallin. of Kensington, ono half-sis- 
ter, Mrs. Pallio Grimih of Kverelt 
SpriiiKsrf«a^ and two half-brothers, 
C. O. and K, O. Wallin of nonjo, oil 
of whom attended Iho funeral. 



ESTEF.1IKD nOSSMI.I-R CITIZEN 

DIED L/VST SATIIIIDAY MGIIT 

Chattanooga — Funeral 8e^^•iccs 
over the body of lira M^Itlegal, aged 
C3, who died 8al|ir(l;><niKhl at his 
home in noss^•iII(V^ITter an illenss cf 
more than two months, wcro held 
from the riossvlllo M. E. church 
Monday aflernoon al 3 o'clock. Hev. 
E. E. Caveleri omcialcd. Toresl Ilillt 
cemetery was the jdaco of inlormeni 
Active pallhenrerg were Ix^o H Au 
I. A Hrown. S F IJlaylock.S T Davis. 
C V Henderson and W H Frailer. The 
following were honorary pallbear- 
ers: J C I^ignn. J A McFarlnnd, T J 
r>einlmch. F A Seagle. E a Milbum. 
C A Lrnvilt. John D. Henderson and 
T E Sims. ' 

■ Surviving .Mr. Hegal are hi» wife. 
.Mrs.' I-Tura Iliimjl IKIegnl,jnrJ._four 
childrearFfetl H and Il.irry, of Hoss- 
ville: .Mrs n M HudirrnB. of Mola. 
and Mrs'J C Paco of Alton Park. 

Mr. Flegal' removed tn Hogsville 
from Norwich, Ohio, in 1881, and had 
resided Ihero ever sinco. H^'waa 



no wi., • oovuiou ii.ou.o^r, r.....u.. 

m^K.*l li o'clock. oondiuMrd^by 

tr a Leonard and AT E. Scott. In the 
pr^sonco of a largo ooneourso of sor- 

n^h ^""'^'^'" '"'^ ^'•'''"''«- Active 
pallboarors wore: W. E. Withers. W 
L Stansoll, J L Howlnnd, W A Mar- 
tin. P D Fortune and P D Wright 
An escort from the Sons of the Con-' 
fcd^oracy was In the funeral procos- 

ney. Mr Oullle paid a beaullfull 

tNbule to the Hfo and character of I 
the deceased. . 

^°^°"" '"""Ihs ago Capt, Jackson 
Wright deliver his funeral address 

.n /.mfVY"^"' «'"'^'y consented 
"/"'"' If"'" rcqucBl, but ho was 
taken 111 Sunday and was undfblo to 
attend the funeral. . . .r i 

Many beautiful noral orTcrlhgs flU 
llngly evldcncnd (ho high csloem In 
which ho was held. 

- At- Iho-concInsfon-nrihA'TancfnT 
service al_iho_ch,jrch._lho_nowcr- 
ladon bicp, draped with tho"Confod- 
orato nag, was taken to tho local 
cemetery, .and before tho body was 
lowered to its- last resting plnco, Hc'v. 
Mr. Gulllo. tenderly read the lines 
To A Comrade," which wern so 

bcauiifully approprlnt/i: ' 

; Personal Ill.slory 
James Marion Jackson, of the llth 
Georgia Infantry, was horn in West 
Armucheo Valley. Walkor- county 
Ga, Feb. 27. mt, of .Scolch-Irlsh 
parentage. Ho was born and reared 
upon the plantation which his fath- 
er, Moses Jackson, originally brought 
to cultivation. The father was a 
slaveholder and the loyally 'and (1- 
delily of these old reUinors and 
Ihelp children before, .during and 
sinco the war is sulllcienr evidence 
or- the kind and humane trealracht 
that they received. . ^ v 



In April 58CI, Caplnln entered the 
-on derate services r n, ^. gj,^^„,, 
lieutenant of Company G,-Elcvcnth 
regiment Georgia . Infantry, , nrit 
commanded by George T. Anderson, 
family kno,>-n as "Tigc' Anderson, 
and afterwards tho brigade common- 
dor. Lieutenant Jankw^n was ad- 

,l8M..r)urlng..tho. Second -MffnasMS 
held in-higb d,Uem by a wlde^clrcIela;^^TDart^'!!n,*^ '", ""^ """"'»- 

-' ■" ■ • ■ - ■ -^/i-;-^.|ir qu-rlflrmaster V bis jeglmcnt 

un Jl the ijusimcndon for that w>i 
sillon ofHonrj- M; McDnnleL former 

I f^'*;"'?^ "t <?.<»rgla. His gallanlandi ■ 
•Mile en t rtrfer M an omcor Waa Knd- 1 

,e<I «l Ujq boUle of,Getly,buV(?y-.rhert; 

rfnngerous 3r>-oanded.«.l,an pas^ 

«TMT>ein»^ ln\cn up by tho J-pdersM 
v»»;.fn,:fleM-l^j,^ital;U,r/?eWnlhs' 

f " j * r > ij/ - ' ' i;« >"fc . i_i i* A ; ; i ' < ; i H i > ., h ;,i ;i , i )< 



-HrH- l - M ■: . T . I .. I - M ..r" { ..I" r - l - ! - 
•i- S\OHl 4- 1 

•H-K- -I-H-W-:- -H-I-I-^- ' l - I - I - I ' 
Clark Jllzc Died Sunday . 

— After* n-Illne^-of-l?rWeek»-ClBrl;- 
Mizo died at hifjurfno hero Sunday 
morning and wl« buried ftt Naomi 
Monday. He leaves to mourn 
his departure, his parents, -Mr. and 
Mrs. Allen Mize, two brothers and 
four sisters. Our sympathy goes out 



' td'hJa /amlIy.-C;:;~ 






Deed Scott was buried- at •Na'pri' 
Saturday afternoon. ■ ■ y: '. . : ' ' 



CAHn OF TIIAMvS 

To the many friends who helped 
Willi lhCir"tender~ sympathy and 
loving service during the illness of 
our husband and falher, wo wish to 
express our heartfelt gratiUide In 
tho utmost. We thank every one 
who by their unsoinsh servico 
strenglhennd us in our trying linurs 
pf^florrow and loss. .May^lhcGocLof 
all comfort, comfort Ihom in the sad 
days that must come to all, as Hn is 
comforting ond sustaining us.— Mrs 
J M Jackson, Earl Jackson, Mrs li S 
Steele, Hoy Jackson. 



UII.MAM F. miOOK.S ' 

DIED IN JE.\.\INGS, KA.VS, 
Clmtlanooga.-.\cwa has. been re- 
ceived hero of the death of Wiiilani 
I'. Hrooks, aged 71, former well- 
known rn.-ii.icnt of Walker county 
Go, winch occurred nl his homo In 
Jnnnlngs, Kan., on V<51.ruary 27 Ho 
I was reared iayifiker county r.nd 
[was familiar^known as "Dili" 
Hrooks. Surviving him aro his wir.- 
seven childrnn, two brothers, C K 
nnd L. W. Drooks. and Hvo sisters. 
Mrs Florence Connolly, Mrs G A 
Shav.-, Mr* W D Franklin. Mrs J P'' 
Hunter aod Mrs. S.p. Doyd.'~ * 



m 



JOHN \V. WAHDLAW, AGED SS '1; 
PASSED AWAY SL'XDAY MGIIT | 



.\ft('r a brief lilncs-", John W. Word- 
law, (lied al his liomc on N.irtli iMain 
.'li-cct Sunday nigH>*^:30,-ot tiic 
age of (VS years. 

Surviving tho deceased arc his 
wife and six- sons— Fariss, George, 
IloniiT, Hoy, .I;inu's and Jesse, ond 
I'lii- hrollicr. .lanicj Wardlaw, of 
<'.li;il lanoo^a. 

l-Uiieiai >ci-\ ii-c,-> were held from 
IIm' t-esi(liMice .Monthly afliTiiooii nl .1 
oi-iiM-k. i-oiidurled |,y ILn. A. E Scotl 
m Iho pi-i'seiice cif niai\y sorrowing 
rclalivcs nnd friends. luternTCjlt fol- 
lowed in Ihc I'li-al ceiucli-ry. 
' l-rieiiils of Hie family exd-iul Iher 
|.<yiiilialliy to Hn; lioroavod ones. 



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Salunlay inornin;; S. A. UuiU ic- , 

ccivnl Uii" snrt iioavs nf Ui'- -UmIIi "fj 

I liis niotUcr. nl r.iMUrcvillc. Al;>. 1 wo 

kecks -.li.-.. i'li--. fi-ll :""' ^>i>l"">'"'' "■ 

IbroVen liii>, fi'-'ii' wln.-li slio n<-\''i- 

Ivpcov.t.mI. .Icalli rcsiilliut: rarly \.\A 

'•Salvinlav mornini:. Mis. Hunt was 

-5 yi-a" <'f "P'- =">'' '•'' ^'"■'^'''^■'' '•>■ 

four sous an.l on-! .Iavi(:litcf. ^l'- 

llunl ami son. Sl-p'"" I'orlson, li-ri 

Sr.liinhiv afliM-iiooii lo atl.-ii.l Hi'' 

funeral Suutlavi al CriH-uN illi', Ca. 

Mrs. Fnnnin nimdy 
Mrs. Fnnnio niiu<ly i (lii>J'-^l '""i" 
'homo in Linwood TiuWtfy' morning 
lal 9:30 o'clock. 

Sho I.S 8\irvivc<l by scvornl sons and 
IdauBhlers. Funeral services wore 
held al Sulilignn Wednesday. 



MIIS. .1. C. .MAVMNC; DII^S 

\KTi:u TiiiiKi: \vi:i:k's illness 



ANqriinn com F,nFJiATp i 

VKTKIIAN I'ASSKS AWAY 



Cliirknma\ipa, Oa.— I. N. Duncan, 
a^-ed 74 years, died JL h>^nio near 
CliickaniauKa Moiidil^nlgld. Ho ^vas 
n Confedcralo vct"ran, liaviiip served 
under (ien. IlraRt? during Uio opera- 
tions around Cliallanooga. lie was n 
liieniber of llio Jlaplisl cUurcli al 
lligli rolnl. IIo is.survlvod liy Ids 
\vir.', Iwo sons. J L. of ClinUnnooKa, 
iiiid M ('. Duncan of CMickarnauKa; 
and llireo dauKl'lers. Mrs II 1- Ma- 
dans, Mrs J I. Kann and Mrs W. 0. 
Ilrootnail. nil of Clilekamaupa. Fun- 
iTal services were condiicl'-d al the 
(■,|iic!:nniaMpa IlaidisI cIumcIi al II 
■,M-irl. Wediie'. wiy Mio niji . ' b'^l.';_l 

1 \lr-|\i;T^lnn"oi]i:i.U.nii.^" I"l<;nni;iil 

I was al ChickaniauRa cernelery. Tlio 

imlllienrt-rs were II F rarri><li,TF 

Matlaris. L I, I.ane. W F Aulry, H T 

Taley and J M Mailicoati 



After a three weeks' illness, Mrs. J. 
li Manning died al her homo in West 
I.nl'ayeUc Siwiday morning at eight 
I'clock. 

Uesiiles her luisliand, sho is sur- 
vived liy four daxighlors, ono being 
a three ilays" old liahy at Uin tlino of 
her death. Sho leaves lhr»« brothers, 
Will, I,aw8on and F.rnest Marks, jy)d 
also llireo step-children. Hill, JosBC 
and Jidia Manning. 

The deceased was thirty-two years 
of age, and was a member of Iho 
Methodist church. , 

Funeral services woro held Mon- 
day at \'l o'clock al Iho Shaw gravo- 
yard, conducted by Ilov. J. M. Coloj^. 
inlerincnt followed in Iho Shaw 
t.;rnv,rynrd. i 

Th" rnniily have I he sympalliy of 
Ihelr friends in this sad hour of be- 
reavement. ^ . 



Mrs. Fannio Ilhudy i illoj^^l her 
bonio in Linwood TuiWtfy morning 
at 9:30 o'clock. 
Bho Is survived hy several sons and 
daiighlers. Fimeral services wore 
held nl Subligna Wednesday. 



r.Inrlio Ml/e Died Sunday 

Clarl-n Mize. Ilw lifl-en var "M 

■< p f "r. .-n-' ;;'■■'. v'!^- i_^'J:"t •' "-L 

~ut Ihc homo of his parents Sunday. 

I Funeral snrviees wire lielil Monday 
afternoon nf2 o'clock," from tlin Na- 
omi liaptisl church, ronflucled by 
Itev. I. S. I>conard. 



IkT, MARCH. ID. 1920. 



MB^ GEORGE SPENCER 
;->ASSES TO HER REWARD 



'Vr4 O. W. Spencer, aged 28, died 
»( hn^ homo near ChlcJj»mBag« Mon- 
day night nl 9:l.lj^»<fr » brief lUnoM 
p# I>n«umoni«. , 

' Surylving her we • )TUsb«fi<}< Bud 
l^o\ ClilUlrc« — DglUit", aged 4^_4inJ 
'Ged'TKfe Jr., «g:ed 18 ' month*; thre^ 
brolh«T»-^Aloni(>.' Henry »nd VlrgU 
MIm Bewlcy, of ChatLaiooga, In cOn- 
ShWw.'Mrs. U. M. Spencer, Sirs. L. L. 
Sponeef and Miss Rlu Doss. 
J, Mrs. Spencer professed faith In 
Christ early in life and was > devoted ' 
and'ccmsecratcd Christian. She pos-l 
l«n#d|ni«i7 beautiful tralti of char* I 
lict«r, und was loved by • wide circle 
of frlchda wlio moura her death. ] 

■; '^'Funiral services were held from the ' 
r*»M«noe-Tucsda]r momlngi.QMulucted 
by'K«T. A! E. 'Scott, In the prejcno* of 
^many; iorrowing rclBtivea and friends. 
'|-T)ie l)ii)dy was taken to Rock Springs j 
fot* Jatenncnt, -■ • >,• - .- ^^L ; . 
,' ;;lfYlcifid» of t>i» rrlcf-itrieken family 
I extend their most heartfelt sympathy 
ln;,thla sad hour' of bereavement, 



.:>;.':.!:.v^.'' Card of Thanksi ,' 
.JWa'aeslre to express our apprecia- 
tion for the kindaoss of our neighbors 
and, friends who ministered so tender- 
ly unto us during the lUncsa and death 
of- ou^ dear wife and mother. May 
God's richest blessings rest upon each 
and -everyone' of you, 
.V''0«orsro Spevcer «nd children. 

•:• ^'^iA-r- ■ — ■■ — ■- 




3/'/9//')2x> 

licKEDBifibEATlill 
ifMRSMJACKSONl 



y'-^'vvf, • .....;.■ F'' '■:•■r■'■' 
• ''IWlion it was •whispered ycsteN ■.-; 
day. evening that Mrs. Bcllo Stcelfli I" 
Jackson,, wifo of- Earl . Jackson,";/ 
had panned nway a^hcr homo on ■' 
Soutii Mninlstp»«t7 the hearts ofl y; 
tho people oKtTiis entire comunity.;';' 
bowed in profound and ponional-. 

gric^;\.- .. , -• • .; . '■ 

., Tho immedinto canao of h er:- 
death, was attributed toplenrisy ia 
ducted by physical oxhauaticn that^i. 
'was duo to Mrs. Jackson's long ■ 
nnd arduous attentions 'to her; 
■father-in-law, Capt.- Jackson, who 
died several dajs ago. 



LTfiERTY ■■ 

".In ;thB unexpected, ilcknecs and 
■'-i«th^yoc>mr-*r<»ther Jim 'WaUwn; of , 
Uf »y«tt% 'last ;.-#*tlt,' yhith \i(i%. th-> 
dJirk«st'h<^of ^7*, Ilf*>''i tailnot cx-j 
pr«M iny. thimks »ndfcppif«clillAu>for! 
ih« .insm7 lilndrieiies sfaown ' nt* aad j 
iiU'Wr^aitil* children. ,,WhiI»;fc\i| 
m Ixht iuv? .lAcked ,»tt«itl6h , ^Jrfri wifli 
JoBl Jill moth«H*tii chlldrtn,'/!. feel 
and not ^ar« that'the 8x>od 'i(«(>pl« ^ 
sponded \a his hWd«'j4it M Soon as 
ithejr iMmed. of hU' ■«Tlotti cmdltton, 
(in one hiur,Afl*r.w« fvl the »»"* my 
Idaughter.and I w»r« at hU"Wild«, 
but we, wer« 'Uxflati.ihso^ljr, lived 
toar hours.' X. will, enditayvr t9 be a ' 
true Christian fathyr t«^hU children. 
Jim dled'a.ChrlatUtvv|UDd>^t]f«t Is 

v' ■ ••■.■.i^;^^::^'••^tBk.■''~ r- ■ '' 

Mrs. Small,. • eUUr /r LaFayette « 
and LaVtsoii ' bunt^jif^of . this place,,' 
wag burfcd.'atyitC^^Ihjncan (craveyard ,' 



■EJDAY, MAHOn.' 



hiRlily respected in our community, as I 
inhe livcdhcre'a number of years. Our 

1 heartfelt ayhpalhy goes out to the,, 
njfcd huaband and three brothcp and | 
Btcp-mothcr. '1 



Besides her liuBbaud.shQ is sur ^_^ .^...-vw-.v, ^ ,. .. 

.vive'd-,by-two-brothcni-C»pt^,W^ ^„,^ Friday.. She was well-known and 

H..^teole, of ^yashingtonJ.D. .0. . 

anivBobort Steele, of this, city >' 

and. two sisters, Mrs. P. D. For« ' 

tuno aflci Mrs. T. A;.'Jnokson."";":^r '" 

'■'/Funeral services" will be' hold.'/ 

from'the Presbyterian church FrU;-; 

day.'.aftprnoon. ' ' '■.'!. .)Ts.'i 

■ ..Mrs. .Jackson was a -daughter' 
of thojnt'o Capt. A. 11. Steele, first' 
president of the Union •' Cotton' 
'Mills, and a ntcmber of one of tho , 
Icoding faniili<:a of this section. 

.'rho.decbascd "during her entire 
life among jia had _^bccn dn active, 
and. popular leader in alL-oomuni-^,. 
ity nffairB; During tho war she de-- 
Voted nil of her time, herwondof" 
fnl skill, horcncrgy and her heart'; 
filled .with'''' touching , spmpath^,\' 
to tho work of the lied Cross, and' 
how wolUlho ' niinistored'i only;; 
• qtcrnif/ c'a^J■ toll..~^;c'.;, 'V')'-','-:'V,-;:'<'/ 
-V Posscsunjr a winsome personal'*; 
!><iy.t pX!jl4ptn'ying 16 :her lifo 'andV 
;daify conduct tlic, tendcniesa -and . 
'fcraciousncss . pf'\ tho'.Christiail';' 
grftCCB,; touching ! "commtmitylifo^ 
'at all of itfl vital points, and dodi-' 
'eating, herself and jiU ht^.^'owopi^' 
jn'bcoutlfdl «nd loving ministrirs 

■ f or-'otli'crB,'' th 1« : feOtfiiiiutdty In Uo*.'. 
passing, -hnii lost; pn^ ^^hoaa^pl^cjB;; 
cannot bo f illeil<,'. / V< Vof ti-;>j ''i.'y'/.vV 

■ Her smile and inogsage bl'l^pprf; 
.'to'the'disourAgod; hep g«ntlepe?« , 
and Borvioo In the siok.room'iheit.; 



kindncsjh- to^ thOi'bOorj" her! d(Boli>'; 
sympathy_ .;for. thp;,./;di8tro*waii 



l"'f:./~ CARD OF TIIANK.S 
r^'^TVe wish to thnnk our many fricnd.i 
[and, .ncichbora for their niany kind 
deeds done durinsr the sicUnc?!i nnd 
Idealh'Of our dear '.vifo and moUicr. 
'Also Dr. Eryan .'"o.- hii. l;,.Tii iillcnt- 
lion shown us? ilny God'.i richust 
. Ib'.cjsinga rest upon each nnd tv'iy 
'lOnc, is our prayer — J. C. Curris ;Lnil 
'children. 

'i: — '. . 

.Mrs. .Mnllle L. LcCroy Aflrd 62 ■ i 
Died nt PIlLsbiiro Wodensday i.'V/' ■f;^^ 
Mrs. MrUIo h. IjoCroy, 62,-'^ic(l "ati.- 
, her rpflldcn'ce i/KPItUbuVg.'Oir., at-f' 
1 :30__Wo(IncBd!/y^3oc»in^r -'Sh o- laA 
survived by l^«*ir'tong',.'W.r,W,vBnr.,ii 
rows, of LnFnyoUo, Oa., ond.-iWLijA/;? 
Durrows, of I'lilsburg, fs,x^\ byl'llirpe^'i 
dnu(?literg, Mrs. Myrllo LeCroy./Mrrf.v 
Sallio Campbell andMrs. Ida'Wdldert.lw 
nil of PltUburg.- Funeral -sonlceVi' 
will bo hold, from tho rcsidoricolhls^'^ 
n'fLcrnnon at K: Inlormopl will ha In l 
th(rPU(8bprgT;cm6tcry..:'.yy)ij;^'!>;^>^;i,;^5' 
-^ ' '■' '' ^ <'vMaM 

. 1* -.■ '■ ' ■' * .»_..^^:'npft-?'- 

-. STANFI l':i.I>— IinjBUR>f .'IJI 



Vnforlunato.'and'sOfrowIniri.ljtif': ' A-'wcd.lin;r of "Wuch surprim^i 
tenderness to oldafi:t( hof'loVij ftf; 'b<'lr.'ninny rri<^nds-Vvnjjiiat oP^i^ 
children; her coDSurtiing- lnt«ri6ii.' WHliP Uilhu|Tijipd-^.'<s Kato 8t;>n^ 
in and activity for allthing* gOod(|/'«:l'l^'Thc wMrfTng: look .place; Sur^.^ 
snd' hobl6 and'.trq'e^i' hfei^, dfti^adlt^j dny'raflernodh ;»t.^30. '^,Yr^'-'w'f^ 
f or.work. ttVid. hor.,tirolc»*^eDei^^ 



Harmon flfnda(nl:i!nie-l)rido.i8ilh«:j; 
allrarlive, .l>«>":'iK''. of MrsI-.P^W^ 
Sls'nflel.l an.l iho frnwrn ts Hie jfwpVrJi? 



though frail of ^-body^herwjoio- 

ing with, thoso. that;,rojole^i^h(?1*'^lf lonneld and '"« fT*"" •'" V!*^^;!'^ 

devotion .to her'. o:iurt3h^yo«,^hj^,^:.!r/J;^^^^^^ 

lifo— wa« 



0— wa« 'wondcrfu!^;bokntifaI^'''4'3 

rtzing.. ;■ /:'^^-V'^'-';v"A^iv'rr;i7:;^'^(vK 
', 'Ilcr d<*ath , Is- A ; pcrsonal-ilow. 
to .llU'f., people. of : L'ftFayeltiJ' Anrt) 
Ihi** ." ctioiu. nnd,;^he fcoihitii^liltyi 
hniMoist^BTr-ever-Viitfehfnh?fe^Ma 



■•:20. 



LAST SAD RITES OYbRBOOY 
I'; OF MRS. EARL JACKSON 
i LAST FRIDAY AFTERNON 



V Funeral services over llio body of 
Mi's. Hollo Slcclo Jnckson, who died 
last Wodnoadny nl^lil, March 17tli. 
wore held from Uio I'reebyterlan 
church Friday oriofuoon al3 o'cluc'J. 
riov.'l}. F. Uuillo olUcintcd, assisted 
■by Itovs I. S. I.counrd and A. E. Scolt. 
Tduohing Irihulos on iho life and 
character of Ilio ilccca.'^i'd were inudi' 
Dy the t li roo'i >&3 lo fa Vif Ih'c" iowu, ami 
apprjiprinlo lu usic w n.s cendcmLby: 
■tTspociaTchoii'.- 

I./)Dg before tlio hour for the fun- 
eral vroccssion lo hct;in from the 
resldrnco on Koulli Mnin slrecl, the 
church was filled to its very capacity 
by borrowing friends. When Iho^Bcr- 
vicc8~l)cgiin tiioro was not a vacant 
scat in the church, many standing 
and cgiiito a Inrgo numhor not bcinn 
ablo ^) prcas themaclvca lliruugU the 
doorv^ay. Many friends of the de- 
ceased from Chattanooga, Cliicka- 
maugi, Trion and Surninerviilo at^ 
londoa tho funeral. 

Tho* boniitiful cnskct, laden \s'ith 
a blai\kel ot llower.i, an offering of 
tho family, was tenderly' borne by 
the" following pallhcarers: O. W. 
llorndOn, S. A Hunt, Stewart Wright. 
D. U. "irhummn, F. II. Kirby and \V. 
p. Withers. 

The profusion of beautiful floral 
offerings of rclntivcs und friends, sl- 
4entlyjnanifoslcd llio love and high 
cslcotjs 'lin wliicli the doccasod. wiis 
held; •Besides individual floral tri- 
butes "qt relatives and friends, quite 
a ntimbcr of organizations and so- 
Ciotics,;,or which Mrs Jackson was a 
mcinb^f, preaciilcd lovely designs, 
amoO^.'.tlioni being Tho Ameriran 
Lcgion^'tlio local liar asauciation, the 
Ited .drdss c.haiilcr, tho Kastern .Slar 
chapter, tho Missionary society of 
tho'Pcijbyterian cliurcb, the lini- 
broldorVT Circle, Iho U. D. C, the 
I'rcsbylorian cluirc.li and Sunday 
Bcjipoif^ud '.Mrs. . Jucksun'ss iouiiduy 
school. blB»s. 

At tho Cbnclusion of tlio Services 
aUthe church, tlio body was taken to 
tho lotal cemetery, and as it was 
lowered to Its last resting place, Mr. 
N. C. .Napier softly sang,. "Oood 

Nighu'V y. :. , 

In thlSihour of soro horesvqmeht. 
Col. Jackson and the iinmedialo rel- 
atives have tho deep 8yinpolhy_j)f 
Iho'onllf^'cbmmunily. . 



MAEOH 23, 1020, 

nrnlh ClnlniiTwaD/vtin'll' - , ,. 
or Mr. mill Mm. T. A. Ua^nly "■ ;YV>t^^^^ 

Wlllilii Slnu'c AVcck ■■y;t:-^l\^^ 

•-:■. '^^ -'.;v\j 
.Mm. Luillo Ilnnily Andcrgon^'.wifa,/ 
of Lulhcr Ani]r>r8on, ngod 23,' d'<"|."^i 
.March iSlli, fliiil wng buried at Wc*'-^ 
ipy'CtiWlf^'nflfry Mnrch Uflh.'';jJ 
-MfK-'RvrfSuo Wllllttnu. wifo ofX^VV 
II. Wllllamd, of Cnloosa counly, tUt*^ 
Mnrcti I81h,'nnd was burled al poa-' 
v)no graveyard on Iho U'lh. 

Uolli of Iho nbovo were douglitontiji 
of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dondy, "of 
Watrr\llIo. Thry were members of, 
the nnpllsl chu^ch. 1">..' "..'.-- 

T-Tho bereaved famlllM havorlhft- 
BynipaUiy of Ibeir /rleOL's In- lhe««,_ 
hours of aadncsii. ' ' ■''"'' f.''^'^,. 



4 / CAnn dF TIIAMCS. ' ' 

What Iho lnnum<>rablonct«oriov» 
for Iho one who Is gone, and lh©lielp, 
frlendnhlp and sympathy shown us 
who aro lof I, means to me, only those 
who have bc<Ti in Ihn rfe<"p waters 
may know^. No wonls may express, 
or act ever stiow the prratitiido ind 
lovo I ha^o for nit yo" Jear people 
who wrnt with me all (h(iway.lMar_ 
llip'doar Conl Mess and keep you.' 
and caus« His face -to shino-iipon,- 
ond;bo"RW\cliJVJS ui)!o you, and glvo 
you i>eaf*. , • ^ • *i' 

, , • • • f:,\nL JACKSONi ;^: 



S0.\ OF "DOCK" PETTWOII.N 

KILI.BU l\8TANTL\DY THICK 



Glial fanoQjni".-^ James. C-yenr-old 

son of "Dork'-llTttUohn, of l.ylle, 
iGa, was almost Irj^ilfiitly killed there 

lalo 'I'ucsday afrrnoon wlicn he was 
I .struck by atruck of the \V. C. Green 

Furnlluro pompany. of .Main xlrecl. 
, while on (lib wny' home from school. 

The victlmt)Mh(i' unforlunal<^ acci- 
' (lent, which was/5lale<l to Jiavc been 
' unavoidable, had just alighted with 

ochoolmalrt'/ from another Inirk 
[when hlt-^l'^Tlie feivler 'sfrucTt' thf 
[child -in-ifKr'sIdc-brcskinysrvTra' 
'. ribs end fntlicl'liiK fatal linlero;!, 'n- 



(Anr) OF THANKS 

1 drsiro to express my npprccin- 
ilon lo the voters of llie couiily fop 
Ihclr loyal support In Ihn recent pri- 
mary election, and I pledKO them tho 
lest service of which I am cn[)ablo. 
I havo only tho kindliest feeling to. 
ward everyone, niul feel that no un- 
fair mcthrols were used In tlio raco 
by my opi>onent or my friends. I am 
keenly sensltive'to Ihn responsibili- 
ties of Ihoonice of fihcrllT, and I 
will endeavor to fuinil every duly 
encumbent upon tho ofllco. 

Again thanking you for your.lruit, 
I am, ■ . .'- 

Very respectfully youjn, ; ,. ' 
A. G. CAjnOM. 



CAni) OF THANKS ' 

I take this molliod "of exprcssinK 
my appreciation U) my friends who 
so loyally supported mn In the elec- 
tion, and will always re-ileniber il. I 
have nolhInK but RO'.d feeling for 
[ihosftTUho did not Hiipport me, and 
only feol Krat/'ful for past favors.v 

Again ,lhanklnK you. I am, .,VyV. 
•'■■ '..'., nespoclfully. ^ ■.■•,*!• 

■ ■• JOHN H. GAnMA^^f. ' 



':--- ' m 

CAUD OF TIIANK.S ...^J. 

; To Ihoso frlen<l» who Inlen^sled 
liinmivlyps In my t)ehalf in IhoTac;^ 
I for county'^ommisiioner. I ttm deep- 
ly pralcfuLAl anytime I. can. iici^'p 
voO. 1. shall omly covet. iho pppof- 

tunlty.-:^-:;^. -':i^!:..X^^^--';-c^^ 
; Ag3ln-Uinnt(in> ynu, lam,..-,. ■,^- j 
.; V" >;;'.• \\Cordittl(yyrrtirs, '.'• ■.;'.,•' 

^'•^..K.,-ftK!^^t*^.•,iu'A■^v.i/K-.f-t.>^':;^■:J'^!Si^; 

I TWE-Vn-FUT: ^-EAns AGO I 
I ■ Jlorch 28, 1895 [ 

-•• ■ ■ I 

t . :^ 

Uclow Mill be found Items of news 
Published In the Walker County 
llcs-wnoer twenty-live years ano 
which will be of Interest to the 
Mc!iscnocr readers today. 



Thursday of last week at the home 
of tho bride's mother, near Kensing- 
ton, there was a iiiarriago of intcro.tt 
to the many friends of the contract- 
ing parties. Miss Splint Davis, as 
lovely a daughter as Walker ever 
claimed, was married to that man of 
sterling wr)rth, Mr. Clarke (iarniany, 
Ilev. .1. A. Quillian ofliciating. He has 
won a prize and will guard it well. 



$ LIDEUTY. •!• 

a, + 

I ++ ^-H-t -i-H-h -n-l-^ -H-l-t 

— Mrs.--Hpheccn Jackson' of \V.\nn. 
Ark, who before her niarria,';o was 
nebeCca Walden. of this place, after 
an absence" of thirty yenrs^|s_\-is[U 
iniTold frienils and relatives here, 
f^unday Iho list, was Iho CUli 
birthday of Mrs. C. C. UansMU. Her 
rliildren except, Hrvice. who is in 
Kloyd c.'vuily- were nil at ilinne 
with her with a nice present, provin 
their love and devotion lo a k*""! 
mother. Tlio?e preseni wi-re, Mr and 
Mrs Mchin M.isscy. of Warren, Mr 
and Mrs Joo Dnilerwoinl anil son, of 
ChaHanoopo, Mr nnil Mrs Yir>:d Han- 
som anil dnugtiliT, Geo ,:e and wife. 
Henry and wife and 1-on and Mrs 
Hnlllo Walden. all of this pl.ire. 11 
was the first family reunion and will 
be remmomberMl by parents and 
children as a happy galherinK. ] 

CAGI.F.-C1IAP.MAN 
A wedding of interest In their many 
frieii.ls was that of la-.t Sunday nf- 
terniionof Mr. Harvey Ciycle nndMiss 
I.iKlic Chnpnian. I Jp'ti^Slaiisell of- 
ncinled al his LoJfTc in West l-aTay- 
<-lle. 

The bride is tho clmrming daugh- 
ter of Mr. and, Mrs. N. F, Cliai>man, 
mill IS popular with a widn circle of 
friends, while the groom is a son of 
•Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Cagle, a promi- 
nent farmer of Ilroomtown. 
[ The young couple will reside in 
Ilroomtown. 



JUW: ii^.-^.t-.t-..- "•,%:■."■*.• '•/,'■"- ':',''•' •}■ 

'^V.'^i'S""r '-'rAihvTEW..'-" "r^ 



-J Mr. and Mrs. Lon Scogginvarc re- 
joicing over tho arrKaKof' a fine 
daughter who will bear the pretty 
name of Louise. 

Sub Walker died at tis^.>rDmo at 
Bronco Tuesday, MarclKli. Ho is 




survived br his, wife," father,; two 
►"•others _nnd At sisters. •■ .,: <•' ;. • 

■!• , • 

•I« niDGEWAV. .T. 

Wo aro gind Lo say tho sick folks 

aro all better in our comm^^Mt^•. 
Mack Adams and wifo a/fi smiling 

over a fine girl at theirVhoiise. 

• Hobort Mann and wife visited kln- 
I folks, beiow^SummcrYillo tho latter 

part of last week. 
I ^G.AV. Mann and wife h^rve irrtolher 
I hoir at their homo, n big l)»<% 
I Was Buro sorry to henr of tho 
, death of Mrs. Cappio Williams. Bho 

was a woman loved by everybody 
(that knew her. Bho leaves a mother 
I and two brothers and husband aD<l 
two children to mourn her losy- 

• J. L. Mann and wife arjf ftli^mlics 
I again— another boy. . »^ 



APEIL 2, 1020. 



H. H. JENNINGS, AGED Gl 
DIED SATOHDAY NIGHT 



a. ir. JoniiingH, Bgcl 01. (liod nt lii« 
homo snvcti riiilrl om^Mr of LaKny- 
Plli'. Sntiinliiy nitilf<nflor aw illiioss 
of llircp wi'oks. 

Siii-viviiic hjiii nro lii.<i svifji niul 
.sevi'i-al (.liildrcn, nnd onn hrollipr, U. 
\V. .fcMiiiinKS, of Nnshvillo. Trnn. 

Ki>r liriy yc.nrs Mr. Jnnniiigs liml 
licon a ri-siflpiit of Wnlkcr roiiiily, 
Imvinp roiiio licro willi Ins fntlicr 
from Soiilli Carolina. J'or lliirly 
years lie was a mrrbfrtmiloia lo llio 
.Mrssriii:iT, licariiiK llio assumnl 
tinmo-or --"Hal llrr'!— from -Hooky 
rtraiutli. and his IcUi-rs oaoh wpnk 
won? mad wilh pooiiltar iiitprpsl; — - 

iMinoral sorvicos wcro hold from 
Iho rosidnriro Moiwhiy niorniiiK nl 
II nVIoVli. Intrrnioiit followod in tlio 
r.nKayollo ci<mo(pry at 2;.10. 

I-'ricmls of llip family rxlnndthpir 
synipnihy in this .i.id hour of hc- 
rrnvomcnl.. 



JOI> F.V.LMipU mrj) .MAUCJI 2.1 

AFTFJl LINCKRING ILLNKSS 



After a linKi-rinff illness of four 
yoar.s, Joo iMilmnr, aRod about 37, 
died at his homo south of town, 
Tuesday, March 23rd. Survivinif liim 
oro a wifo and clRht small children;! 
ono alsler. Mrs. Matt Williams, his! 
fnthnr, J. \V.'l''ulmcr, nnd his. step-' 
mother. 

Funpral eervincs wore held March 
2Uh, from Ml. Carmol church, con- 
ducted by Ilov. V. D. Harrison. At 
tho conclunlon of Ihn services at Iho 
church Ihn body wns taken in charKO 
b:^ Iho Odd Fellow.i, of which order 
tho deceased was a menber. and 
buried with full fraloriial riles. 



Mus. (;i:()iu;iAi;vnTi)ii;i) 

MAriCIl 19, AT niCllMOlT, TEX. 

Mrs. Georgia Ev-jtt djpji- March 10, 
of pneumonia nt IV>^mc ■^f^ her 
nicco, at Dermull,*J'e.\. "/ 

Sho was lild to rest'lhoro byMln 
.siilc of onn hrnlher. who preceded j 
her 3i-veral year.s past. | 

She U survived by ono brother, 
and a liosl of friends and relatives tj 
mourn her going away. Tho de- 
ceased was ono of Walker county's 
oldest and most beloved residents, 
having recently gone out west to re- 
side. % 

Mrs. Evitt '^•as a woman of splen- 
did Christian character, an active 
member of the M. E. Church, whioh 
she has been a member since early 
girlhood. 

Her death will be fell keenly by M 
Ihoso who know her. 

MRS. BASS SHAW DIED 

TUESDAY Nir.irr AT 9 JO 
AFTER LINGERING ILUVESS 



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1 Mr. W. A. Glanlon nndMiss Sarah 
Swift of West r,aI-'ayo(te were mar- 
ried Tuesday, alv. T^fTTliompson 
olllciating. The \fifU\m is Gj years 
old while the bride is G(j. 
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jj^ ^iJ-H* •I-H-i* 'v'W-^' +4-^-+ 
n. 11. Jennings well-known as un- 
do Tobo, died last Saturday night at 
8:30 with something like a nover- 
flow of blood or somo bead trouble 
that was very difflcult for tho doc- 
tors lo work out. This community 
is very sad in Iho loss of Mr. Jcii- 
nings. Ho was a man that allende|l 
to bis own business at all limes nnd 
Let Iho other fellows alone. He was 
nn honest , upright Chrislian gen- 
tleman in every respect. We have 
suffered a great loss in tho death of 
Mr. Jennings. He was a great boos- 
ter for good schools, belter roads, 
belter farming and was always ready 
to lend a helping hand for progress 
in all lines. Our paper has also suf- 
fered a great loss for "UatUer's" let- 
ter was always read with much 
interest. Tho funeral was held al 
tho homo last Monday, al 11:30. con- 
dueled by his pastor. Uev. Harrison 
nnd Iho body was laid U) rest in thi 
LaFayelto cemetery. Our sympa- 
and 



thy goes out for the mother 

■ted nl her home.tho largo number of children in lb 

L a mile west \ of^^Kaycltefoss of husband* and father. Ilia son 

lay night at flfJOfafler a lin- |v. W.'Jchningsrof Now York Cily 



Mrs.. Bass Shaw 
about 

Tuesd 

gcring illness of several inonthg. — jjamo^on Sunday, bul_was Joo latole 
The dcceiscd is survive^) by b-r seo his falhcr alivo. May God bless 

husb.md nnd Iwo'smnll children nml j:hem is our prnyor. 

h>:r mothep,~Mr8rJ."W.niafr:17ifi7T)^^^ Miss Janiu Wilson is po boiler al 

.side.s other relatives. ' ;this writing. 

I"unpr.:l nerxiccs were hpkl at The I On Iho Fourth Sunday in April the 

scliool hotis.- .Tjar (he Shaw ceme- 'funoral-of-Mrs.FannioVVils/n -will 

lory conducted by Hcv. J. A. Eiell.[bo preached at. Wesley (^i^ol. On 

Wctlnesday afternoon, interment in 



Shaw cemetery, 

"The hcrCTTcd cmfej,' C3pccT8r|^t7 the 

»mall children, have -the BjTnp^lhy 

orTflfndsr". — — "^" — :— 



•H-' M - I - H - I -' M -'I- T -'I i v i' l -H 
•h EAST lafaithtk; .} 

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account of tho illness o^^lho chil- 
dren this was put olT lill a Infer dale 
Let all tho friends ami rel.nlivps ol 
Mrs. Wilson take ' >lue nollce aiic 
como out, as this won't appear in Ihc 
Mcssepgcr again. 

Wo were sorry I" hear </ llio death 
of Johnny HollisliUlolV<V- Our sym- 
pathy goes out for.lhe family. 



All arc cpiict on our side of the 
city except Norman Slialtuek; ho i.* 
walking around on his heels just like 
he harl tho world by tho tail; its v 
ton pound girl. 



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APRIL 5, IW. 



•APH IL 2, lg20- 
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;!/Mo8t fmillcs ^ho h«vo ha;l (1« 
;Uyo either recovered or on U'^ ^.^ 
'U, rcwvcry. Only ono .lenll. so for 
,U.alU have heard of in U...»ecl,on 
-Uialof Mrs. O.-^car SlncklftnJ of 
Center Post who dleU fro mpnou- 
\ inonla following nu. 

• Wo were sorry to learn of the 
' ,lcalh of Joo Fulmcr. which occurrwl 

. o^o d«y last -c.lc. He was tho only 
.«on of oor esteemed friend and fcl- 

■ rarniel. Wo have kno^^'n Joo all his 

• mo Ho once was a pu,.,l of om-s ... 

School TO say ho was a good man 
would be putting 11 very mildly for 

. lo.vcs a wire and several ehll Ire.i 
. Lnd many relaUvcs and fr.ends to 

nin.im their loss. He ha,l l.eca an in- 
::ud for several years WOS.U.PO 

1,0 wM laid to rest at Ml-- ^-ar'"'^'; 
We tender orrr sy.npatl.les lo those 



bereaved. P-^aco to his ushcs_- 

.j. NOfJl.K T; 

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:Jlj-H-5-H-H- -I-r-H-l-!- -I-H-l- 1 
D.irl (i.liiKT h;i3 a s»i.le^roin carl' 
L.I .;:ii— ifs :in..llicr I.Lr^i.l which 
liiis heen clirist<Mied Dori.t H'.'y.. 1 

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t LAK.\Yi:rrE, n. i •!• 

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CIhuIk; I.ail li:is u fiiicgirl at Ins 
home. 

Sa.n Urickh'y has a. liVK'o hoy a"- 
hi.t hiiu.si;; he i.s lo he Wiled Ji".. 

NOTICR TO Tin: PUBLIC 

My .son, I'riiUis Moore, has left mo 
>ilhoi;t cause and lie is a minor, be- 
ing only 17 years of age. 

All per.sons are warned not lo liiro, 
harbor or in iiriywisn lend eiicour- 
apnrnenl lo snid srm in his remaining 
away from my home and out from 
unr' r tny cnnlml. 

Ai\ ne hirliip nr harboring said 
son wuhoiit Miy rnnsent will be pros- 
ecuted as provided by law. 

(Siciir-d, T. II, MOOrtF.. 



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ANOTIirU (OM ICDKHATi: 

YCTi;U\N PASSCSAWAY. 

C. H. Hood, agnd 78 died ali>JS home wcMlilim; l>.'lii< ""^ '' '"■'" '■'""" 

near narrisburp. MombMlb-hl. afler ^^^ ,^.^, Massel ar,l Mi'.s HesHi.^ 

n brief illnc-w of paral^ia. He was ' ^ ,-^, ^^.^.^.^ ,„nrrielr The bride is a 

formerly a resident of West I.aFay- ' • .... .... v.,.,k. 



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Surviving him are four dauplUrrs— 
r.ciltt, Lula, Liizio Hood and Mrs.T.eo 
■ Bakcf; of this city, and two sons- 
Scott find NVall<;r Hood. 

Iln V.T13 a Confederate veteran, and 
never did a Confederate sobher wear 
the grey uniform morO honorably, 
and Iho Confederacy never prodiitcd 
a braver soldier. 

rupcral services were hclil at Iho 
Mcasant Greene cemetery ne.lrSuni- 
ti'.crvillo, Tuesday, conducted hy Hcv. 
V>iT Iho Presbyterian minister, of 
f* immcrvillc. ^ 

several friends of lh'> deceased 
f-nm-,I.aI"ayf*(o attended the funeral. 

n. C. STOITS, ACKI) 5D, niKO 

AT no.ssvii.u: tuicsday mgut 

Hu.ssville, (.Ja., April 2y.— 11. C. 
SlotLs. aped 50, oni| of the most wide- 
ly iinown clli^.ens/pf-f^orUi Coorgia, 
died at bis homo In Ilossville last 
night about 8. Mr. Stotts was a mill 
man, liaving operated water-power 
mills in various sections of north 
(■•eorpia for years. IIo is survived 
by bis wifo; live daughters, Mr.s. 11. C. 
Alexander, Mrs. O. W. Lyle, Mrs. 
Iliilpli Mepal, Mrs. Kugeno liass and 
.Miss (Jracc Stotts jtbree sons. Hoy, 
of Chaltonoopa; Guy, of Home, and, 
nrflpli, of Columbus, 0. Funeral 
services will bo held at the Ilossville | 
M. K. Churrh Thursday at 2 p. m. 
under aus|)>es of the f)dd l''ellows| 
am'Masonic or/'er.s. Interment will 
be at Chickaiiiaug'i. ^W>m 



SMITII-BLICDSOK. 

.Mr. Gdrdon V. Smith and Miss Klh- 
r| A. llle(lso(V,Wprn quietly married 
by Hev. J. 1". Tftllent Sunday after- 
noon, April fourth, at twcj o'clock alj 
Mrs. Henley's home In East Ijike. 
The double i-ing ceremony was used.! 

Those present were, Mrs; A. A. 
ItliMlsoc'molber of the bride; Mi.is.'S 
O/cinber and Kflln HledSoe, sisters of i 
Ihe bride: Mrs. I,.. Henley; Missesj 
IJi-lle llniris and Irene Klnnton; Mr. j 
I.. \V. Kington, and Mr. W. L. Ixinp. j 

Ml-." Isiiipton (ilayed the wedding, 
T>::tiili. Tlie (lowers . were Kast'-r; 
||i.'« :;nrl virilels. '' 

\\\c bride was dresserl in (he bliie| 
l^n■^•«•lllIl^- •tlitrwliich-sh'T-n-nre- wii- II 

.• .u|,l.' left for G:idsdiMi. A! i. 

wl::'' Ibey •.yill Kjieii.l tlu-lr liorr'y- 
1 11 uilli sonii- of l!ie fc-:-. OMi's \;-\- 

(III llieir return. Ihey will r'-<ide on 
I ..:ly-«c(:veiitli slrrrl in I'.asI l.ak-. : 

All i'jv and surcess ;ire' \visb'-i| lie; 
> ■i;;r- rniiidr ■\.'^'^- \ 



ebanni.i. dauphter of '^•■"-\^::^ I 
„nd the proom 1. -he son o NM - 
Massey.IwlsblbeinanU.eJo> tb.ic 
could bo 111 Bloro for lliem and ina> 
Uiore ho only ei.ouph sorrow ,u their 
lives to luako a plormus sun sel. | 



LinTKHS OK ni.SMISSlON 

Georgia, Walker County. 
_X— A,-Conl'>yr«dmimstratonTfi?anT^ 
ucl lirico. has applied lo the un<lcr- 
signed for letters of dismission from 
said administratorship. Notice is 
hereby given that I will pa'ss on said 
application at my offleo in I.aKaycttc 
said comity, on the first Morfday in 
May, iio.tL Given under my hand and 
ofllcial signature, this April Ti, 1920. 
W. L. STANSKI.U Ordinary. 

i.i:rn:us of dismission 

Georgia, Walker County. 

Leo II. All, administrator of ,Ios- 
.•ph All, has applied to the under- 
signed for letters of dismission from 
said adrnipislralorsliip. Notice is 
hereby given that I will pass on sa'd 
application at my ofllcc in I.aFayelte 
said county, on the first Monday in 
.May, next. Given under my band and I 
ofllcial signature, this April 5, 1920. 
W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 



LFrm-:ns OF dlssiission 

Georgia, Walker County. 

i Tom Dalton administrator of D M 

1 Dalton, has -ipplied to Iho un'ler- 

slgned for letters of dismission from 

said administratorship. Notice is 

I hereby given that I will pass on snid 

1 application at my ofllco In Ij\Fayetle 

said county, on the first Monday in 

May, no.Tt. iGven updcr my band and 

I official signa'urc, this April U. IP?0. 

1 W. L. STANSELL._Ordinary. 



LKTTFHS OF DI.SMI.SSION 

Georgia, Walker County. 

J. W. Deck, adminislralnr of .los- 
eph Deck, ha-" applied to the under- 
signed for let'.ers of dismission finm 
said administratorship. Notiie is 
hereby given that I-vvill pass on sa il 
application nt my ofllre in I.aFayetle 
said county, on tlio (Irst Monil.iy in 
May, next. Given under my hand a' d 
ofllcial signature, this .■\pril .'i, lO.'O. 
W. L. STANSELL, Ordinary. 




ArUII. 0, 1920 



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•i-EAn'S SUri'ORT ■ .- ' 
To Whom it May Concern: < 

— Af rsr1.>ura L. l'"iil lucr, widow of J. 
■h,-J-'ulmcr, late of said county, dc- 
ccascU^ has applied to Iho - under- 1 
signed for a year's support for In-r- 
self anil and oiglit minor children 
from the estate of said ccccascil. iXo- 
ticc is hereby given that I will pass 
on said application at my onico in 
Lal-'ayelte, said county, on llic first! 
.Mfmday in May, next. Given under > 
my hand and offlcial sigiiaturc, this' 

I 



CAnn OFTIIANTtS 

W'c wish through, your paper (6 
tliapk the friends and neighbors of 
the deceased, Mr. R. II. Jennings, our 
dear husband and father, during his 
sickness -and death, for their kind- 
ness acd assistance; also Dr. Ham- 
mond. May God ble.ss you all is our 

, prayer.— Mrs. • R. H. Jennings' and 

, children. 



.Town and County 



Bom Easter morn to Mr. and Mrs. 
Tom Dodson, of West LaFaycllc, a 

\s 1' wen- sorry lo near oi iiiu iumih 
of II. II. Jciinuigs, one of imr cor- 
rospondiMil.s. Wo loarncd to like him 
when wo wore a little boy. ll(< 
lauglil a wiitinL." seliodl at Pleasant 
Hill in WnsI Annuclioo and I had Iho 
pleasure of attiMidinlJ tho school. Ho 
was a lino srnlio. Thn family havo 
our syinpalby in Iheir sad boroavc- 
mont. 

Wc aro glad lo be able lo reporl 
0. C. Clark inipniving. Wo lliink I hat 
ho will bo \ip ami nut in a few ilays. 

Mr. and Mrs. Homy Delay aro re- 
joicing liver lln; airnal nf an eight 
poimd girl al HiyV liiimo im gonil 
Friday. H. Is sairf Ihal Honry wiiro 
an 8.\10 siiiili' a.s Ibis was lliiMr llrst 



girl. 



f ■: .h 

•I- LAFA'VETTE, n. 2. .!• 

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■Miss Klla I.ail who has boon in do- 
olining boallh for the itast live years 
died last Friday al noon and was laid 
away to rest h^alurday ii\ Ibo Moon 
I- 1' 11 10 1 oi^. She was Iho ilaugbtor of 
Mr.-and Mrs. W. M. I.ail. Hor mother 
died a few weeks back. Uov. H. S. 
Cordcll preached her funeral al tho 
grave. Bro. Cordcll had many kind 
Ihiiigs to say about her liumblo 
I'.hnslian life, sbo united with tho 
HapLisl people when young and was 
said to be faithful to bor church. 
Pro. Coidoll made a splendid talk.! 
Mi.-is Klla told bor people lo not 
grieve afler bor only prepare to 
moot bor. .The onliro family has our 
s> iii])alby. 

MISS LUCY nUADLKY, AGED J7 

DIED MO.NDAY EVENING 



Miss I.ucy nradlcy, Ihn 17-yoar-old 
daughter of Mr. iind Mrs. H. 0. Ilrad- 
ley, died at tho homo of her parents 
in I.inwood Monday ovening af six 
o'clock, after aTT'illiicss of a few 
weeks. Funeral services were hold 
Wnilnosday morning at in o'clock at 
^'ai^vicw church, conducted by llov. 
I