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Col, R. T. Camp is m Atlanta
ard Voldasta this week.
Mr. Chapman Bowens, of Canon
was in Carnesville Tuesdav.
Mr. Fred Ram pie v is in Atlanta
this week on businesr.
Judge AV. R Litt!e is in Atlan¬
ta this week on business.
Air, Dewey Bond motoied to
Miss Lucy Ayers, of Roystun,
was a recent visitor hero.
J. E, Stonecypher, of Martin,
was here on business Sat uiday.
AV. A. Whiten sold his t aimfor
a handsome salary per acre.
J. A. Blackmon, of Rovaton,
Was in Carnesville Taos lay
Aiiss Lena lie wens spent
Thuisdav with her parents heie
J. G. Isbell, of Toccon, was a
city court visit n here tHis week.
Air. Neat Litsle was in Athens
Thursday on business.
E A. Phillips is at the bedside
of his father who is seiiously ill.
Air, Join. Mason, of Lavonia,
avas in Carnesville several days
Air John Henry Tucker, of
Alliens, was in Carnesville
Miss Louise Alii lor, cf Na-
choocbce Valiev, was m Carnes
Miss" Alma Crump of near
Homer spent the week end witu
Aiiss Gertrude Culpepper.
Mr Gibbs Strickland and sister,
Miss Jessie, of Demorest spent
Thank-giving wit ij home folks.
Air. AVavne Tall student, of
Piedmont College was at home
for 1 htu k.giving.
Air. : ml Mrs. Paul Bagwell
announce the ar ival of a daugh¬
ter December -kh.
Rev. H. AI. Strozier filled bi s
regular appointment Sunday at
M’ss Eunice Allen spent tne
Aveek end with home folks .n
Mr, Sar ford Ayeis student of
Toccoa li i_ h School spent the
week end with patents here.
Aiiss Elise Hat her student of
Commerce High Seiie. 1 w,.s in
Carnesville for Tliaoksgivtug.
Col. D. T. Barnes, of Canon,
Avas m Carnesville Tuesdav after
noon on legal business.
Air. Reece iVlcAlurrv is not em¬
ployed as typographer of t ,ie
Advance any more.
K. L Little has re*urned from
S0A r eral (lavs stav in Atlanta buy¬
ing Christm is goods*
Alrs. L. N. McWhorter, of
ton, was the guest of Airs Luuu
I)r. George Bush, of
Avas in Carnesville first of week
Col, J. V r . Landrum is in
ta this week Having bis
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nelms,
Rovstoq. i were in
Mr. and .Mis John Bellamy of
Faun’s Academy, weic w town
Miss Ruth 11.11 have returned
from several day stav with
sister in A'Janta.
Air. Hubert Whitlow of Pied
mont College spent the week end
Air. ilarold McEntire of I’ni-
versiiy of Georgia spent Thanks
giving with parents.
C. P Ray one of Lavonia’s
pr< minent citizens w. s in Carnes-
ville Tutsday on business.
Miss At auelsbell, pt Toc’ca,
spent Thanksgiving wity her aunt,
Mrs. Arie A lex ruder.
AFs J. J. P Alabrv’s friends
will regret to learn of the death
of her brother m Atlanta.
Aiiss Eileene Little teacher at
AN cstminster High School was the
guest ot home folks last week.
Miss Corine Little returned to
tier school near Eastonalle Sunday
a lie; a few days stav at home.
MissOvie Banks a teacher at
Eastanolle High School spent the
week end at home.
Mr and Mrs. George Crenshaw,
of Red Hill, were the guests of
realaiives here recently.
Air. Zack Daniel salesman tor
Ragan Malone Company, of
‘Atlanta, was in Carnesville
Misses Eileene Little, Ovie
Banks, Lucy Ayeis and M.s Belle
Carmichael Avere Athens shoppers
Hon. B.H. Chandler one of
Lavonia’s prominent citizen’s was
in Carnesville Thuralav on legal
Col. Dorsey Davis and little
son, Dorsey Jr., of Lavonia, vc e.
in Carnesville Tuesday on bust
The friends of Miss Elizibet/i
Smith read her announcement to
be married at an early date in the
Atlanta Sunday papers with in
Airs. C. J. Culpepper attended
i lie AVoman’s Missionary meeting
at New Bethel church AVed¬
J. J. Rampley a prom nenf
citizen of Franklin Countv is m
Atlanta and other points on
Airs, Carl Barrett is spending a
week ; s the guest of Alisses Rinli
and Ethel Tribble at Litlionia.—
Mrs. If. J, Harrison and little
son George Henry, returned
Wfidnesnay from several da vs
stay in Atlanta buying Christmas
AV. G. Bowen cashier of the
Farmers Bank of Canon and a
p'.eminent citizen of that town
was in Caanesville Tuesday i.fter-
noon on business,
Va., is at home for a few weeks.
He has many friends nere ard
they are glrcl to see him. He hi s
been away about s'xlee i months.
Alts. IF J. IF prison has a be; u
lfuf line of hat and they are
g:jing below c.'St, Only a Mv
loft dot amo UMt saryed.
Mrs Paul Adair and Miss Poirl
Little in company with Mr. and
Mrs. C, E. Little and Mr. an I
Mrs. J. R. Brewer, of Aid, motor¬
ed to Atlanta Tiiursd tv to hear
Rev. Billy Sunday.
Aiiss f.ollio Belle Crow of Lucv
CoT»b Institute and Afiss Dunmo
Jean Crow of Atlunslligh School
and Misses Limy Champion and
Louis' Crow, ot Athens, spent
Thanksgivsug at the home of Mr.
tn.l Alls. T. J. Crow.
Messrs Mack Wansley and
Eldon Purcell returned to Gaines
villo Sunday to rostime their
studies in iiigli School after a
weeks stay w;Ln homo folks in
Air. Frank Nelms and sister,
Miss Mil tired. Miss Janie Lee
Stovall, Miss Grace B niton and
Miss Aii v. i!e Smith, of Commerce,
were the guests of Aiiss Elise
Hat her for Thunksgivmg.
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Miss Elise Harber
Miss Elise Harber an atfcrac-
tive and beautilul young girl en-
tertaiueJ sevenal friend, Thursday
evening at a Tiionksgiving pa; ty
ia compliment to her yistors.
Those present were: Alisses Grace
Benton,Janie Fee Siov,tft,AIozelle
Smith and Mildred Nelms ol
Commerce, Alma Chump of near
Homer, Lollie B lie Crow, Ora
Hayes, Gertiude Culpepper, Jessie
Strickland, and Lula Mar Addi o.i,
Messrs Frank Nelms,of Commerce,
Frank Lonhaidt, Joe Strozier,
Oiion Crump, Boyd Culpepper,
Mack Wai slev \V avne and Cohen
llall, Gibbs Strickland, Lowe,
Bond. Osmond iia'ber, Haiold
McEntire Van Paiker and Park,
Air. AVavne .Hall was delighted
when a jolly party of Ins friends
surprised him Sami day evening
With a birthday paity.
. )ivsen t were: Misses LucyOham-
Pearl AVelis of Athens,
Lollie Belle Crow,Elise and Grace
Harder, Donnie Jean Crow, Uia
jiayes, Gertrude Culpepper, Louise
McEntire, Leona Dickson Emma
flail, EiiZibefii Smith and Lula
Al .o Addison, Messrs Dewey
Bond Alack Wansley, Van Parker,
Parker Purcell, Eugene Dyar,
John S. D.cksoii, Joe Strozier,
Orion Crump. Boyd Culpepper,
Peatman Hall, Gibbs Strickland,
Georgia, Franklin County
To all whom it may concern:
Georgie Starks having applied for
guardianship of the person and
property of Susanna and Beauty
Love Scott minor children of
Moilie Scott, late of said county,
deeeus d, notice is given that said
aoplieation will be heard at mv
0 q k . ; , . t tea 'o-k a. m., on the
fh.st Monday in many 1918
(Tips December 7,1917.
V', V f Xelmf, Q'tlimrv,
Kansas City Mo.—When twins
wed twins! In this ease it was a
wedding of two loses. He pinned
a rose on her and he pinned a rose 1
on her, as identification lass. On*>
res' was red, the o'her white.
la land and Lara; d Tablor,
brothers, of Kansas Citv, icd Alice*
and Gertrude Moore, twin sisteis
of Adrian, Afo, to the altar in
The bride; were dressed exactly
so were the bridegrooms.
The hrulesm nils and best men
could not toll winch was their
l>ride and bridegroom.
How did each bridegroom toll
which was his In tie? lie kept
r lit. hold of her aim during tin
and when it was over,
before ha let go, Fel iiul pinned a
red lose on Ins bride, Lorand a
white rose on hi-',
The minister,, (lie Rev. Charles
Toombs of the First < hiistian
church the a'tendems.and even the
guests and bridegrooms themselves
wondered how the tangle could
ee straightened if the brides, just
lobe mischovous, exchanged roses
Was Shott Shot Or
Two men fought a duel. One
man was named Shott and the
other Nott. Some said that Nott
was shot, others that Shott was
not. Hence it avus better to be
Shot t than Nott,
There av is a rumor that Nott
v s not shot, and Shott avows
that ho shot Nott. winch proves
( ., thcr that the shot Shott shot ;;t
^ was not shot, or that Nutt
was s.ot notwithssamlmg.
On trial it was proved that
.g 1( § t Shott shot shot Nott, or,
accidents with li rearms are Ire-
quent, it may be possible that the
siiot Shalt shot himself, when the
whole alFuir would rcsoive itse'f
n.toils oriuinal element;,and Sholt
would be shot and Nott would
not. Apparootb' ilie shot Shott
shot shot not Shott but
I w.ll gin Tpe .lavs Tburah ys
Fi days a.al Saturdays ot each
week h re-aft r. Tli is December
Geo rgia Franklin County
AVill be sold before the court
house door in Carnesville, Georgia
on first Tuesday in January 1918
within the legal hours of sale to
the highest bidder, or bidders for
cash. The following described
property: One Afarmon five
passingerlO horsepower touring
car, sa'd car can bo seen at J. D.
Sewell’s Garage at Lavonia, Geor¬
gia. Said property livied on to
satisfy a mortage fil'a issued from
Superior Court ot'Jb ranklin county
in favor of Z. 0. Maxwell ar.d
against I. i’». Maxwell. Tins
December 5th 1917.
J T. Bentley
To The Local Board
Dceemb r i’.rd 1917
Cirenlrr i.otter, No. 9-1
To all Local Boar i. Ail Dis-
triet Boards And the Mayors of
Atlanta, Agusta, Macon, and
The following telegram lias been
»*co»ivotl from the provost Mar-
sbilli I’eiiii, At ash ngton, D. C.
a,l<l * s ' <ir Uio inform tioit
and guidance of all concerned:
“No 1094S. Please cause the
broadest and most extensive and
eontinous possible j ulrlicity to Ire
given through theadjiuntGeneral.
Locai and District, Boards the
I1e ' vs l )l ’ cis, ar.d bv all other pos
sib'o weans of warning to all re-
gist rents who mav have changed
their places ot above and post,
office a Idress, to communicate
nunndiatelv witli their Focal
Botuds where they are registered O
ami lurrrish their pro.-ont
so that quesiuonarhs w hich will
begin to be mailed December, lit-
teenth will reach such
vvithout delay. Registrants are
bound by law to keep themselves
advised of ali proceedings in re-
spectof them, and failure to do so
mav result in their losing right to
claim exemption or discharge*
Please request newspapers to give
this warning ooard and contmoas
publication from this time until
the process of mailing' Question
naires has been accomplished.”
2. .The foregoing is important
a ml Ave earnestly request your
Joel B. Mallet,
The actm •/ adj mnt t reneral,
are choice, recleanecl, hi-avy seed grain.
We offer all the Lest and most produc¬
tive kinds for spring seeding;
Burt or 90-Day,
Texas Red Rust Proof,
Bancroft, Appier, etc.
Write for prices and samples.
Wood's 1914 Descriptive Catalog
gives specially iuii and valuable infor¬
Spring’ Oats, Barley,
Grasses and Clovers,
Seed Corn, Sorghum,
Coav Peas, Scja Beans:
also about all other
Farm and Garden Seeds.
Catalog mailed free. Write for it.
T. W, WOOD e SONS.
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
CD 7 m Es -jfA, CL
Teeth extracted pairLeSs
Will be in Carnesville the
third and fourth week in
Sn Royston first and second
w^ek in each week*
y i L % ; t.
Cong. Brand Visits
Paper At Covington Px ais
es Ills Indefatigable Work
While in Congress
Congressman Charles fl, Brand,
of Athens, was here Nor dav. lie
made the News a visit which we
ci joyed verv much.
Judge Brand intends thoroughly
to know ms district, its people, and
their wants. For that teason no
s visiting (tie pc opleof ihe various
counties and has come to Newton
Since assuming the duties of his
office, Judge Brand has been an
indefatigable worker athis con
gressional duties. When any of
his constituents, high or low, rich
or jtoor, seeks h>s lie']) in any mat-
ter, lie never tires ia c. e i .bur ne
does tor suelt a person and never
gives up until he secures what he
At the same time ho gives study
and worklo the greater questions
o national importance and is
always to be found m his scat when
Congress is m scss’on.
’ D'dgo brand is nc-t ot only
hcav *V calibrP mentaWy •" ener
gy, but be is a most delightful
companion with whom a person
delights to talk.
We are always glad when he
makes us a visit.
Get Your Reefing Now g
Now is Ihe time to (tot Vour
Hooting—while the ’, | rices is low jg
t j — ben in spare I .me—yon-(in »’
ft m il on tin' 1 siv w ide |ne«. 8 « f F
Li “EvcnvearKoofifig”quickanu ti
1 easy- Then have roof S$
you n dint ?-•
on 1 o si ny —Ib'< r AVE (iU AH/' N I w-i
r ' TEE EVEEWP:,: RTOl As 1 '
:>0 YErRS, No more feed or
■ furnitu e ruined hv leaky roofs
b tor Everwear won’t. Ie»k.
i Prices $3.77 p**r hundred square *!
h feet- Freight prepared- %
I Thousands ot squires used liei e
in the ISouUi and ninny sntisfietl
s. customers here in your ucigh-
\i. orhoou. See samples d place
a mv a your
order now while I nmstiil able
to offer you old prices
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