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The Carroll free press. (Carrollton, Ga.) 1883-1948, December 20, 1923, Image 2

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■a—", I . ✓ V I ■ THE CARROLL FREE PRESS, CARROLLTON, CARROLL COUNTY, OA. THURSDAY, DEO. 20, 1923 We Want Santa Claus To Be Cood To You With the joyous spirit of Yuletire comes the pleasure of extending to our host of friends THE SINCERE TIDINGS OF THE SEASON Mav the holidays be one of joyous pleasure and the herald of the New Year filled with abundant pleasure and contentment for you, each and all, is the sincere wish of J. F. MORRIS Alabama Street The Way We Feel T oward Our Patrons % & £ ft m ft I K ft ft ft m We never have considered a transaction closed with the mere exchange of our goods and service for money. We prefer to think that business means more than buying and selling—that it means the op portunity for making and holding friends. And this being true we come now to express our appreciation of the friendly spirit you have shown us and to extend to you our best wishes for a Christ mas of joy and a New Year in which your laudable undertakings may each be crowned with success. i STEINBACH’S 1 I i ft i * CARROLLTON, R. 2 * **»*••****••: Monday, Dec. 17, 1923. I Dear Free Press: ■ Christmas, the great anniversary, 1 comes on apace, and with it comes the presents and the tokens of apprecia tion from the many, who look with favor on the writings of the old teacher and scribe, who “occasionally” writes I for The Carroll Free Press from Route 2. A subscription for a year, paid iu advance, to the paper would, if we live, give you a weekly reading of the let ters of the old teacher, and all tho other splendid letters by our correspon dents, which would be a splendid way tiS spend a dollar for yourself and fam ily. A word dear friend, So near life’s end, Would warm the heart of me. Be worth much more, Than would a score, On grave of J. W. B. Bring the flowers, In living hours, When I can smell and see; Then when I’m dead, It can be said, It suited J. W. B. Saturday and Sunday were our regu lar meeting days at the Camp Ground; but, on account of snow and rain and other draw backs, $ve did not get to go, and so, can not say how the meet ings were. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Barnes and chil dren at home spent the day with us on our birthday, and a few others, which we very much appreciated. Mr. J. F. Stevens leads, as usual, this year, in having the heaviest hog kill ed; though a good many others are kill ing big ones. Aubrey Lancaster and wife have a fine new girl at their house, which they, of course, are very proud of, and so are its grandparents. That baby’s pretty, Wise and witty, But not like Mary, seel Mary you know, I tell you so, Grandchild of J. W. B. A ■ Christmas gift, Now coming swift, From each of you TO ME, Will be bo nice, But don’t despise, Your teacher, J. W. B. THE MERRIEST DAY EVER That’s Our Wish for You for Christmas The Brightest Year Ever That’s Our Wish for You for the New Year We are proud to live in such a city as ours and to do business with such a people. Please accept our thanks for the good business given us in 1923. We solicit a continuation of your trade with the assur ance that we will try to serve you even better than in the past. CARROLLTON DRUG CO. PHONE 80 RESOLUTIONS Of the CarroUton Pastor’s Association Respecting the Departure of Rer. John P. Erwin, to Newnac.** 1924 1 Greetings TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS We come at the dawn of the New Year with a few words of apprecia tion for your splendid good will' and patronage during 1923. May 1924 hold a full measure of happiness and prosperity for each of you is our wish. Roop Hardware Co, 3 More Shopping Days In view of the fact that the North Georgia Methodist Conference has seen fit to remove Rev. John PI Erwin, pas tor of the Methodist church, from our midst to Newnan, Ga., the Carrollton Ministerial Association desires to give some expression of its attitude toward him and his woTk. Accordingly the fol lowing resolutions were drawn up and adopted: Be it Resolved: 1. That we express our thanks to him for his ministerial fellowship which has always been of the highest and noblest order. 2. That wo offer out appreciation to him for his consecrated and hearty co operation with the association as mod erator. 3. At the same time, to speak a word of appreciation of tho body for his splendid co-operation in tho meet ings of the association. 4. That we make known our grati tude for his personal life and character, and commend him for his deep spiritual life and ministry. I 5. That we commend him to our brethren in Christ at "Newnan, and wish him a happy and useful pastorate there. Signed, REV. GILBERT DOBBS, Moderator. REV. E. L. BARBER, Secretary. In the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Georgia. Northern Division. — In Bankruptcy. No. 9666. In the Matter of William Edgar Moore, Bankrupt. To the Creditors of tho said Bankrupt, of Villa Rica, in the County of Car- roll, said District. Notice is hereby given that on the 13th day of December, 1923, tho said William Edgar Moore was duly adjudg ed a bankrupt; and that the first meet ing of tho creditors of said bankrupt will be held at the office of the Referee in Carrollton, Ga., at the hour of 9 A. M., on the 31st day of December, 1923, at which time the creditors of the Baid bankrupt may attend, prove their claims, examine the bankrupt, elect a trustee and transact such other business as may properly come before such meet ing. At Carrollton. Ga., this the 14th day of December, 1923. EUGENE SPRADLIN, Referee in Bankruptcy. Buick Automobiles Christmas is Coming A few days more and Christmas will be here—and then another year. The days turn into months and the months into years: the seasons come and go, tramping on each others' heels, while human beings, too, in an effort to keep abreast of time in its flight. There is an exhiliarating con fusion and a buzz of excitment pervading the atmosphere of our store these days. Holiday decorations, wreaths, branches and streamers are in evidence. Every window, show case, counter and shelf solve your gift worries. Every sign indicates a brisk holidy trade—the wise shopper has done his or her Christmas shopping early, that gifts may be selected from un diminished stocks. If you have not shopped yet shop early in the morning. Gifts From Santa’s Workshop Toys for the kiddies—igfts for the older children—truly here’s a Toyshop at its best, with every imaginable, desirable and interesting “something.” Special prepartions have been made for this occasion. Extra space has been taken over—and extra salespeople have been engaged. We’re ready! Vases Aluminum Cooking Utensils Electric Percolator Dolls Trains' Kiddy Cars Tricycles Blackboards Doll Swings Doll Stoves Doll Laundry Sets Aluminum Tea Sets Doll Pianos Kitchen Cabinets Pantry Sets Drums Tin Soldiers Toy Houses Mechanical Toys Toy Blocks Sail Boats Air Rifles Building Sets Balls And many other things suitable for Christmas presents. JACKSON’S 10c STORE Got hand-painted Christmas Cards at Griffin’s. 3tspd