The Free Press
February 1, 1883

Cartersville, Georgia
Page 3
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Mr. J. L. Colbert, of Stilesboro, is the happy father of a new-born boy, who put in an appearance on Tuesday evening last.


Conductor R. R. Hargis.

The traveling public on the Western and Atlantic railroad have missed the familiar and genial face of Mr. Dick Hargis for about five months. His wife’s health has been in such a critical condition that he has been compelled to devote his time and attention to her comfort and welfare. The birth of an infant last week went very serious with her and almost fatal. We are glad to state, however, that Mrs. Hargis is improving, and we hope will soon be well. Mr. Hargis is one of the best and most courteous and faithful railroad conductors in the south, and is a great favorite with the traveling public, and we hope to see him making his usual trips soon.


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