Pearl Price

 
The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
May 9, 1907, Page 9
 
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Adairsville.

A most unusual occurrence in our village was the fact of a second death within twenty four hours.  Mrs. Julius Price passed away most unexpectedly on Saturday night.  She had been ill for several weeks but was thought to be much better.  She was a young woman of unusually fine traits and much beloved by a large circle of friends.  A consistent member of the Methodist church, a devoted mother and wife filling with equal devotion the place of daughter and sister.  To all those who are so bereaved at her passing away the heartfelt sympathy of many friends is offered. A host of these attended the funeral services conducted by Rev. J. M. Hawkins and Rev. A. J. Morgan.  The interment took place at East View cemetery.  As Miss Pearl Scott, Mrs. Price was a popular young school girl and she had been married but a few years.  Many beautiful floral offerings covered the casket of this gentle and lovely girl wife.

 

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