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Chatsworth as of 1909
July 18, 1909
CHATSWORTH GROWS WITH RAPID STRIDES
Great Record of Georgia Town in Four Years.
A New Town on a New Road, Chatsworth has
Leaped Into Being–Has Strong Bank and
Chatsworth, Ga., July 17 (Special.)
The town has its bank, the Bank of Chatsworth. T. W. Brooks is the popular and efficient cashier of the bank.
J. E. Johnson, with his estimable wife, runs the DeSoto hotel, one of the most popular hostelries in north Georgia. Over the letter heads of the hotel, Mr. Johnson makes the statement, which is true, that "Chatsworth is four years old and has not had a death from sickness."
And Chatsworth is delightful in climate. Three miles away are several of the highest mountains in the state, including Old Fort, the historic mountains of Georgia. This scenery is picturesque indeed, and Chatsworth with its splendid hotel should become a great summer resort.
The farmers are in business here, having their store and warehouse with I. N. Stuart, proprietor.
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