Short Personal Paragraphs. €[
Mr. W. T. Powers was in Atlant;
Mr. W. C. Maxwell was a Rydal
visitor to our city Monday.
Mrs. D. B. Freeman spent last
Thursday in Atlanta.
Mrs. Madison Milam has returned
from a short stay in Atlanta.
Henry Collins is now working fee
the L. & N. railway at Junta.
For heavy hauling of any kind on!'
W. L. Ginn, Phone, .No. 1005. 21
Mrs. Will Lee visited relatives if
Cartersville hist. week.—Acwortl
Mrs. C. A. Trevitl has as her pleas
ant guest tier sister, Mrs. peek, < 1
Mrs. C. A. Perry and children hava
returned from a \i-il to r#'lauvos r
Mrs. Sam Jones is in Atlanta It'
week attending the golden jnhilei
Iniomunents will look well fora
H. lint soon tlogin to weatlier and S
Herii'iihle away, discoloring, fail- .‘4, ®f f
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
Mr. J. H. Corbin and family spent
i few days last week with relatives
Mrs. Ben Perry spent several days
this week with her father’s family
at 1 touglasville.
Miss Moris, of Cartersville, was
the guest of Miss Kate Ward Sunday
—Adaii sviile Banner.
Phil Word left Sunday to join the
surveying corps of the Georgii
I’owcr Cos., at Monroe.
iiaose Hawkins was here this
week, lie i- now traveling for tin
American Tobacco Cos.
Miss Sarah Stephens, of Carters
ville, is \ Kiting her sister, Mrs. L
C. Itiehards.—Calhoun Times.
Mr. Philip Meyer, of New York
spent the week-end with his kins
people, Mr. ;md Mrs. Max Scheuer.
Mr. and Mrs. Lipscomb Newton, of
social Circle, were the guests the
eist, we# k of their aunt, Mrs. Newton
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paper, and if your time is out, please
renew at once, as we expect to discon
tinue your paper when your time is out
Don’t blame the route man, postmaster, or us, if you
fail to get your paper, for it’s YOUR OWN FAULT
For Not RENEWING YOUR SUCSCRIPTION.
Mrs. Hubbard Camp, of Hatties
burg, Miss., is the guest of her moth
er, Mrs. Cornelia Field on Erwin
Among those going down to see
"Madame Sherry" last week, were
Mrs. Will Satterfield and Robert
Miss Estelle Perry has returned t<
Atlanta alter a pleasant visit to the
families of her brothers; Ben and
Mr. J. H. Henson, of Rydal, was
here Tuesday. Mr. Henson was or
bis way to Moultrie where he will
spend the winter.
Mis. Frank Pruden and little
daughter, of Malton, spent several
days here with her parents, Capt
and Mrs. J. P. Anderson.
Mr, and Mrs. John Harvey, of Rome
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Harvey, coming over in their
Mrs. Fred Gresham returned sev
eral days ago from a pleasant visit
of some weeks to relatives in At
lanta and Greenville, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Renfroe and
Mrs. W. J. Ham and Miss Maggie
Irick composed a pleasant party
motoring lo Rome Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Munford, Mr.
and Mrs. Rupert Munford, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Peebles made up a con
genial party motoring to Rome Sun
Col. Arthur Milner, of Cartersville.
is here this week assisting his fath
er, Solicitor-General T. C. Milner,
with criminal matters of superior
court.—1 talton Citizen.
Mrs. George H. Aubrey, chairman
of music committee of the golden
jubilee of missions, request* the
choirs of the churches to meet her
at the Sam Jones Memorial church
Friday afternoon at three o’clock.
Mrs. Will Satterfield and Miss Jrs
sie Cohh are in Griffin this week
attending the State U. I>. C. conven
tion. Mrs. Mary Freeman, who was
also elected a delegate, will attend
the marriage of her niece, Miss
Julia Veach in Adairsville before
going to Griffin for the convention.
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Steaks, Chops and Game
Think of being able to have a fine broiled steak, containing all the
flavor and juices, broiled in your own home on Cole’s Hot Blast
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All the smoke and odor from broiling goes into the range and up
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Its cleanliness adds greatly to the value of the range.
Broiled steaks, chops, hsh or any kind of game can be broiled to
perfection, using this range.
Date of Demonstration Nov. 13th to 18th
Remember, the 14 Special and Patented Features embodied in
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Come and bring your friends see this range in operation.
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