THE NEW NAN HERALD, NEWNAN, GA. P FRIDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1921.
Local Happenings Told in
NEWS AND PERSONAL ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREBT
TO OUB LOCAL BEADEBS,
fallowing reduced hcuIo 1 ot' charges (or limlnnry trlnl, no data having boon sot
work, viz Horseshoeing, $1 cash. Rub-1 (or tho hearing ns yot. It is umtor-
ber tires, best grade, $14: second grade, stood "that Pressley is boing hold ns an
♦IB. Ford tops, $10. First-class paint- accessory to tho crime. Tho dead man
lug, and tops (or nil cars. Now is « was formerly omployed nt tho McIntosh
good time to have your car painted. Mills, nml had a number o( frionds lioro.
C. .). Barron & Sons. |Ho loaves a wife itnd sovornl youug chil
LOVE IN A TREE.
.A tree toad loved a she toad
That Uvod up in a tree:
She was n 3-toed tree toad,
But -a 2-tocil toad was he.
The 2-toed treo toad tried..to win
The she toad’s friendly nod;
For the 2-toed tree toad loved the ground
That the 3-toed tree toad trod.
But vainly the 2-tocd troo tond trled-
He couldn’t plenso her whim;
In her tree toad bower.
With the V-toed power.
The she tond vetoed him.
r-: - -0—. .
Next Tuesday is sale day.
-Ordinary's Court next Mondny.
The new City Council yill go - into
-office next Mondny night.
Regular .-monthly meeting of Couuty
Commissioners noxt WedneBdny.
Congressman Wright and wife arc
spending the holidays nt home.
Hall Sunday on a short visit to relatives,
Mr. nml Mre, II. N. Curiow, of Atlanta,
spent tho holidays with Mr. and Mrs.
-Tohn Kite! They wore nccompapied
homo by Miss Myrtico Kite.
Mr. A. B, Thomas, of .Waco, Texas,
nftor nn nbseneo of twenty-seven years,
visited relatives arid old frionds in Now-
nnu and Coweta county recently,
Lost.—Lndies’ silver fountain pen,
with initials “D. E.’J,” in drop letters
on the sldo. If found return to B. 0.
Jones’ offlco and receive reward.
Wear Potovs’ “Diamond Brand
shoes. We honestly believe this to bo
the grentost line of shoos that wo know of
, Boouo ’8
We have a lot of 1922 calendars for
our frionds and Customers. They will be
given to grown people only—one to n
Born, on tbe 24th last., to Mr. and
Mrs. Loy Williams—n daughter.
.Full line men’s, women’s and boys’
work shoes just received. Boone’s.
We want your tfnde, be it little or
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Moore and chil
dren and Mrs. Fred Callahan, of La-
Fayette, Ala., will spend the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. MeWutovs; on
Col. Lewis L. Brown, of Fort Valley,
• was in the city f6r a few hours Friday.
Mr. J. E. Caudle spent the holidays
with his parents in Birmingham, Ala.
Ten yards good yard-wide bleaching,
Good blue work shirts, 75c. Best blue
work shirts, $1. Boone’s.
Special.—Ten yards good yard-wide
sheeting, 95c. Boone’s.
Mr. .T. P. Beckman, one of Palmetto’s
pioneer citizens, died on the 28d iust.—
For Rent—Rooms at 4 Perry street,
furnished or unfurnished. Appy to Mrs.
E, J. Orr. -
It was a quiet Christmas, but appa
rently a happy one for most of our
The cotton market exhibited, a bit of
life this week, after a long period, of
Mr. Featherston Bunn and family are
spending the week with relatives ill Cc-
New Year's falling on Sunday, tho
postoffice and banks wil observe Monday
- as a holiday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J, Barnett had as
guests during the holidays Judge and
Mrs. T, E. Patterson, of College Park
and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Proctor, of
Goldsboro, N. C.
For Rent.—Dwelling on south sido
Temple avenue nt $12,50 por month
Possession given at onco, Dec. 20, 1921 ,
Apply-'to W. L. Stallings, administrator
C. H. Newton estate.
Dr. Frank Orr, of New York City, is
spending tho week with Ills mother, Mrs.
Dora Orr. Mr, Paul Orr came down
from Atlanta Saturday and spent a
couple of days at homo also,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bryant, Mrs, J,
J. Cruse and Mr. Gordon Cruse left Sun
day for Florida, and wilj visit Jackson
ville, St. Augustine, Tninpn, 'nnd other
points of interest while on the trip.
We put our reputation bohind Peters
shoes. All of them nro nil-leather, and
you piny snfe when you buy them. A
sizo for every foot—a price for every
We are sincerely gratofu! for the lib
ernl patronage extended us by our friends
nnjl customers during the pust year, and
hope to tmve a continuance of their
fuvors in 1922. Boone’s.
Missionary Meeting.—The Woman's .
Missionary Society of tho First Baptist The death on Friday . last of Col.
church will meet next Mondny oftornoon Henry Watterson, tho VOtorun journal-
at half-past 2 o’clock, in tho annex. Tho 1st, ended a career ns spectacular as It
society will observe next week as a was brilliant, and all tho loading news-
week of prayer for foreign missions, I papers of the country have joined in
mooting in the annex enuh nftornoon ut paying tribute to his ability and rare
2-30 o’clock, personality. During tho Civil War ho
Mrs. H. E. Conley, Sec’.v. . edited a redliot socoBslonist dally nows-
———a * pnpor called “The Chattanooga Robol,”
Hon. Walter Akernmu, recently np-1 whoso career was ns chockored hb that of
minted U. S. Mnrshnl for tho Northern its brilliant and flory oditor. Wlion the
District of Georgia, has muuod Mr, Wal- Federal troops wore closing In on Chattn-
tor Cobh, of Carrollton, to succeed Mr, noogn Col. Watterson gnthorod up his
Chris. G, Barber as Deputy Marshal at typo and printing press and moved down
Newimn, and tho former will assume to Marietta, whore “ Tho ltobol ” was pub-
office next Mondny. Mr. Bnrbdr has | llshod for sovornl weeks. Agniu tho on-
been an exceptionally officiant officer, I emy approached too close for' the horn-
nml made n line recent during his long I fort of tho migratory journal and its
service as U. S, Donut,v Mnrshnl. | pugnacious editor, and they came to
——6 — iKownnu. Tho printing 'outfit was sot.
Mr. H. C. Arnnll, sr., played Santa ue on the second floor of tho building
Claus to his six children In a prodigal now ocenpied by Pope's hardware store,
way on Christmas Day that has never and f 0 r about tbreo months ’ 1 Tho
been equaled hereabouts, so far ns wo Rebel ’ ’ was lssuod dally from that. pllleO,
know. He gave to onrli child stocks, rofugooing afterwards to Macon when
bonds nnd money amounting to $25,000, jemmy troops threatened Nownan. Those
making a totnl of $150,000 thus nlstri- interesting, rmlniBcicnees wore related
bated in Christmas gifts. Tho children the other day by Mr. E. S.
nro Mrs. I. E. Walker, Mrs. A. H. Free-1 Buchanan, who ns a small hoy was sent
HOLIDAY VISIT TO GRANTVILLE.
Thanks to tho. thoughtful klnilnoss of
some frionds, I wns Included In a con
genial party that visited in Grant-
vlllo n few days before Christmas. Tho
crispness of tile autumnal day made tho
ndvontnro very chnrmlng, Wo found our
friends deep in tho mystery of rondoring
first -aid to Santa Claus, but Christmas
preparations were laid aside, and their
best was given to us In- genial entertain
ment, whore hospitality always reigns
supremo. Dolls were shown dressed la
silk, luces and ribbons—loft-ovnrs from
“Mnntero's wedding troiiBBeou,” nnd
used for tholr sentimental association, ns
woll ns to utilize tho scraps; and what
could bo more appropriate for Henrietta
Hnghoa' (IoIIh 1 drosses—tho first Imby
daughtor that 1ms emno into any Colley
borne within the rocollo<;tion of the old
est inhabitant f But, Imah 11—footsteps
approach I Tho toys must go back to
their mystoi'lous hiding-place, ns enter
the lovely children of Mr, nnd Mvs. Col
ley, bringing additional clmrm to our
Isit. Stowurt, jr., hud passed Jds fourth
man, H. C„ jr., A. W„ J. G. and F. M
to “Tho Rebel” office oncli duy to pur-
eluiso a copy of tho paper for his grand-
Removal Notlce.-D^T’ garage will | fathur ’ tho lute Jm g Dttvi ' 1 ° WL ' UB '
THE HOME TOWN.
move the first of the year from LaGrnngo
street to No. 9 W. Broad street, and will
lift prepared to render tho host service
mechanically that 1ms ever been given
A patriotic citizen is the ono that puts
his homo fbwil ahead of nil otliors. Ho
jiiui'iiuiiii'iiiiy i imi. mis evur uwni mivoji i _ , , : : ... , .
in Newimn. Beginning Jnn. 1 rodueed I trades with his neighbors, in spite of in-
elmrges will go into effect tiB follows: Iducemonts offered by tho mail order
Mechanic.’s tlmo, 75c per hour; helper's I house.
time, 50c per hour—strictly cnBh. This I tahos pride in his school uud
stop is taken to moot other declines. I churches.
Beers’ Garage. 1 Ho tolls evory prospector that ho lives
n B ' j among tho best people God ovor mudo.
Week of Prayer.— 1 There will be- aj Ho boosts oaoh now enterprise aud do-
series of irrayor-nieetings next woek at clnres there is room for more,
the city churches named below, bogln-1 No man ougiit to live in a town unless
ing Mondny evening, viz: Mondny, 7 p. he thought tliat Whs tho boat location
in.. First Baptist church. Tuosday, 7 p. I beneath tho sun. He reflects *<jn his in-
m., Central Baptist church. Wednesday, I tclllgenco wlien ho kicks, boenuso ho has
7 p. in., each church will hold its own I frdl freedom to go whore ho plonses. Mon
meeting. Thursday, 7 p. m., Presbyto-1 who are worth something to ft community,
rian church. Friday, 7 p. m., First Moth-1 t.o society, to civilization, are the ones
odist church. Let us nil gather together I who have faith in those around them,
in His name nml-ask His blessing upon laud who find that which is commondnblo
our churches and homos. I in their town.
When we vielt n city tho individual
Centra^ Baptist Church.—Frank L. | who wins our respect nml friendship is
Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Brazzll and chil
dren, of LnGrnngo, are visiting relatives
in Newnan this week,
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Smith, of Fair
fax, S. C, are spendiag the holidays
with Mrs. C. D. Hollis.
Mcssi's. Arthur Pni'kor uud Howard
McNeil, of Nownan, were bore Sunday
to attend the mnvriago of Miss Kate
Hulsey, of this city, ami Mr. H. W. Jen
nings, of Newimn—Carrollton Times,
Hnvdy, D. D., minister, Sunday-school the ono who begins to tell us about all
9.30 a. m.; B. M. Blackburn, Huporin-1 the good things in tho city. The more
temlent. Morning worship II a, in.; enthusiastic lie beeomoB tho better wo
subject, “Marching Through tho Sea. ” like him. But when n follow begins, to
Evening sorviee 7:15 p. m.; subjoot, I knock nnd talk hard times, nnd to quos-
The First Coining of Christ.” Everyltion tho honesty of those about him, wo
Member canvnss for home oxpeiisos for novor go back to have another conversu-
tho year nt 2:30 p. m. All members ofjtlon with that follow,
tho church are requested to bo nt homo Hnvd times conio to every community
from 2:30 to 5 p. in. Senior B. Y. P. U. I there are seasons when it tftkoB a stout
0:15 p. m.; Tlios. Govor, president, and hopeful heart to boo the sunshine,
Junior B. Y. P. U. 0:15 p. m.; Geo. But thoro is somotliing so likable ia tho
Jackson, president. Prayer and praise eitlzon who talks of silvor linings in tho
mooting Woduosday 7 p.m. Public in- clouds gathered aboiit him.
vited to all sorvicos. ;| Someone lias said somotliing similar to
fills, bat wo are going to repeat it any
The Alamo Theatre has received and
installed over one hundred now seats,
and Manager Smith is much pleased that
he will now have no occasion to worry
whether or not a big mail will sit down
on a- broken chair and go to tho floor.
Mr. Marvin B. Sowell, well-Mown cot- L. ay . The man who is an optimist might
ton buyer and popular citizen of Now- , nm ke IiIh homo in tho poorest town/ on
nnn, died suddenly Sunday night at thoi i ar th yet tho people will make a bouton
Ansloy Hotel, Atlanta, whore- he- roglsJ (path, to his dbor to hear him boost it,
torod Saturday afternoon. He Wns
For Rent.—Eight-room house an north
-aide Of Temple avenue. All modern con-
'venicnees. ’Phone 366.
Mr. C. R, Crane and family, of At
lanta, were with Mr. anil Mrs. C- D.
’•Crane during the holidays.
Have Your Blankets and Quilts Laun
dered.—Now is a good time to have your
blanketB, quilts and rag rugs laundered.
The Newimn Steam Laundry docs tills
work, and does it well. Call ’phono
290,T and. wagon will eall for the articles.
"Mayor-elect J. L. Brown Bpent n few
-days in Cedprtown this week, tbe guest'
of Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Brooks.
'Money-raising sale prices on many
‘items over :tbe store will be continued
“through January. Boone's.
The Herald had a pleasant call yester
day from Mr. 0- W. Coffee, of West
Point—one of tho famous “Coffee
Boys” .who are associated in the publi
cation of the West Point News and the
Chattahoochee Valley Times. There nro
five or six of them, and all good prin
Do you need a -suit for your boy? One
hundred and fifty in stock at special
■prices. ' Boone’s.
Coal orders left with Cates Drug Co.
■will have my prompt attention.
A. B Cates.
Ladies, do you need a hat? If so, you
-can get one here at a fraction of regular
The Herald desires, to make correction
of an error made in Inst week’s issuo,
in the account of tho supper at the fire
department. It was stated that, Chief
Gilbert was host at the supper, waen as
a matter of fact all the men of the de
partment joined- with the chief in the
Mr. W. O. Cox and family, of Marietta,
spent 1 a couple of days with Mr. and Mis.
-J. T. Mayfield the first of the week.
Special prices on rtiany numbers of
•cliidren’s shoes. Small lots'to close out.
For Sale.—Saw-mill, with portable ?n
,-gine and boiler. Liberal 'terms.
Hall & Jones, Attorneys.
while they last.
full cut, $1.50 puir
Regular vrilue today,
A good assortment of men’s and young
men’s suits—all underpriced.
Mr. W. T. Beers bus about recovered
from injuries sustained when lie was
-struck by an automohile two weoks ago.
Cnpt. T. C. Banks returned Friday
from a visit of several wedks with his
daughter, Mrs. Frances Roe, in St Louis,
Mr. Will Hood, of San Antonio, Texas,
-•came Friday for a short visit to his sis
ter, Mrs. Roy Merrell, returning home
Lost.—Friday, between Second avenue
mud Greenville street, a mink-colored
choker. Finder please notify Mrs. E.
Congressman Gordon Lee and wife, of
'Chickniunuga, came yesterday for a short
visit to Newimn friends before-going to
Not a single “drunk and disorderly
•was reported by the city police last
week, everybody seeming to be on their
Friday, Dec. 30, lacks but one minute
-of being Die shortest day of tbe year.
"The sun rose at 7:06 a. m., and will set
•at -4:o4 p. ra.
Messrs. Lynwood and William Beers
motored down to Sliilob and Wuverly
Mrs. Helen Hollis, widow of the late
Capt: Magnus Hollis, .died suddenly on'
the 24th inst. at her home in Duxbury,
Mass. Mrs. Hollis resided in Newnan
Home years ago, mid her relatives and
friends here were muith shocked to learn
of her death. She Icrvcb two daughters.
Tho Coweta County Singing Convim
tion will hold its first meeting for the
new year next Sunday afternoon at 2
o’clock, at the First Baptist church.
Prof. C. R. Mullins, of Fayetteville, and
other good singers arc expected. Let's
start tho new year right with a big at
Col. T. G. Farmer, jr,, for several
yearB attorney ami clerk of the County
Commissioners, wilj leave that office on
Jnn. 1 and open a law office in the Now-
nnn Bank and Trust Co. building, hav
ing secured excellent quarters there.
He wilj devote himself exclusively here
after to the practice of his profession.
found dead in his bed about 9 o ’dock GOVERNMENT HAS NEW PLAN TO
Monday morning, his death having oc- ENCOURAGE SAVINGS,
curved soirib time during the night, Mr. ,,
S SMbaiate sflB L-dMRrM
5 EllJfe fes? -bffli iiSWgjjB!
the family lot nt_ Oak Hill. . (Thousands of postofflees throughout tho
operating through our subsidiaries bi the
“The democratic responsibility of se
lection nnd rejection must remain with
tho public, ilespito tho actions of a
logfllly constituted boards of censors, nml
in ■ presenting pictures in out theatres,
we shall at all times bo guided by our
best judgment regarding public opin
Tlio theatre oporntud by the Marietta
Amusomont Co., subsidiary to the South
ern Entorprisos, Ilia., in Nowdan, ta the
Wanted.—To buy all kinds of field
peas. Bee J. T. CnrpoiitBr, Newnan.
Wanted.—District agent to represent
Prudential- Insurance Co. for city of
Nowiinn and surrounding territory. Flna
contract offered for right party. Write
Akers & Skinner, Mgra., Atlanta, Gn.
birthdny the day before ami wns ioy
ou» in his. recital of his prosonts, party,
and cakd tvlth four figures imulc of
divinity candy bearing burning candles.
Their bountiful coloring, bright eyes tind
perfect behavior Hindu ait' artistic pic
ture. Snntn Claus hud lmd tho little
boy’s Hiitomobllo made over, modernized,
repainted, upholstered and inonogram-
med, ns the boll weovll had loft ordors,
“No money to bo wasted this year.”
So llttlo Boy Blue will never drenip that
Kris Krluglo ovor brought his cur to
him before. On tho tenth of January
Henrietta Hnglios will roneh her first
milostono on tho happy journey of life.
With the only gmmlson’s birthday in
Docoinbor, and tho little .girl’s in Jan
uary, and with Christmus snmlwlohod in
between, I expect grandmother says—
„01d Santa Claus is a great old fraud,
Wo growu, folks can’t forgot it;
Ho works us nearly out of breath,
And then tnkofl nil tho credit. ’ ’
The children brought in an invitation
from tholr gracious mother to a mooting
of the Parsonage Society that sho was
ontertainlng. It would hnvo given pleas
ure to aocopt, ns ouch of tho party nt
different times hod beon regulnr attend
ants nt the Grantvillo Methodist church
and members of the Sundny-sohool, but
a abort Deeombor duy forbndo its ac
Week Beginning lan. 2
Noll Shipman in
“Tho Girl from God’s Country
!- , $1 I
Max Linder In
‘BIS MY WIFE”
.'tor*.,,, Pathe News - ...,
-I 1 "
Alice Brady in
| “HUSH MONEY”
Gloria Swanson in
“UNDER THE LASH”
AN INTERESTING OLD PAPER.'
Arnold Smith brought us a copy of
tho Georgia Bannor nnd Sentinel, pub-
liuhorl Juno 211, 1858, by J. A. Welch
at Nownan, Gn. This particular paper
wns No. 1, Vol. 19.
It was a 4-pngo 6-i-olunin pnpor, nnd
had not a display mlvort,Iffemont nor a
single column “local” or “personal”
nows item in it. Outside of the adver
tisements tho only local Information con
veyed wns mi nnnouiicnmdivt of the mnr-
riugo of Mr. David I’. Wnodroof, of
Richmond, Va„ to Miss Dnrtlium Brew
ster, at tlio residence of Mr, Henry U.
BroWHtor, Rev. Goo. K. Smith perform
ing tlio ceremony; ami Urn nmiOuueemOut
of tho (loath of Mrs. Juno Elizabeth
Stncy, wife of Rov, James Stacy, on
Thursday morning, June 8, at (he resi
dence of hor father, Mr. Hawley, of
Columbus, Ga. Sho was ill her 23d
Betty Compson in
“THE LITTLE MINISTER’
Adventures of Tarzan No. 10
Harold Lloyd in
“A SAILOR-MADE MAN"
This is Lloyd's first four-reel comedy-
and his best.
, The R. D. Colo Mfg. Co. shipped last, country will be the Government's bank-
week one of- the largost and heaviest^1 mg agencies, through which Secretary
pieces of apparatus that has over been Mellon hopes to encourage thrift, ana nt
handled at this station. It was a large ^ fe me obtain funds for finan-
cylinder, used to treat' telegraph poleB Government s current otien.
with creosote, and of such size as to Efforts have been made to make the new
permit the processing of twonty-four of I I iyaten ', nfi 08 poi ®, ! c ‘. .
tho largest telegraph poles at one time. U“to effect Dec. 15, on which date thoro
The railroad furnished special ears for I waa P u *' on s!L e . an en ^!!® ^ . Iiew ,
handling the shipment, and two cars K Tr ®u»u r y ay,mgs cortiificates, having
chained together were required to carry ™ uofl " iatllrlt y of „* 20 >
the load. There have been comparatively.! T K “ rt i^ ateB JL;n
fow plants of this type constructed, and 9^ * 20 > $80 and $800. They will attain
the handling of so large a piece of their maturity value ini fivei years. The
machinery successfully iB quite a com- interest is equivalent to 4% per cent.,
plimont to tlie R. D, Cole Mfg. Co. compounded somi-annually. Deposits in
which designed nml built this immense tho postal savings banks may be ex
cylinder, together with its accessories. changed) for the Trossmy certificates
without loss of interest. At tho same
Tho front page, first column, contain
oil an lulvortlHomont of Swnn & Co.’s
lottery, authorized by tlio State of Geor
gia. There were throe or four of those
lottery ads. In the paper.
It was ttt that time the official organ
of Coweta, Carroll, Hoilrd nml Mori-
Subscription price, if pnid in advance,
was $2, but if not pnid in advance it was
$2.50. Advertising rates ‘ $1 por square
qf 10 lines, or fraction thereof.
On the front pngo was a long letter
from Jefferson Davis, written May 10,
then U. S, Senator from Mississippi, and
written on the Kansas antl-slnvory situ
Considerable, space was given to a
discussion, of the Mormons and Utab-
Thore was a long account of the hang
ing of Sanford Crockett, of Haralson
county, but who was executed in At
The editor of The TimcB, as a 7-year-
old boy, was going to school at that
time in Newnan, and well remembers
the location of Mr. Welch's printing
office—-n small one-story ' building sit
uated in one cornor of Mr. Welch’s yard.
One of the most enjoyable occasions -time Treasury savings stamps in onc-
of the holiday season was tho community I dollar denominations will remain on solo,
Christmas tree celebration hold at t.hc as a convenience to those who wish to
fire department on Christmns eve at 6 accumulate the purchase price through
o’clock', at which one hundred and fifty stamps. Tho now’certificates will bo re-
children were “guests of honor.” The deemable bbfore maturity, and if so re-
boys each recoived a knife, a toy, candy doomed bear only 3% per cent. They
and fruit, a horn and a puzzle, while are registered to avoid loss, and oach cor-
the girls were given .a doll, a tea set, tifjeato will bear the name of Its owner,
horn, puzzle, fruit and candy. Santa Tho small war savings securities will be
Claus was In great form and distributed dicontinued; thrift stomps outstanding
his gifts with a lavish haifd. Music was may be redeemed, or exchanged for tho
furnished'by an .orchestra under tho rli- new issue.
feotion of Mrs. W. M. Askew. Tho cel- For further information inquire at tho
obration- was directed by Chief Gilbert j.postofflco.
ami Mrs. Annie Lnzoiiby, who were ably
Presbyterian Church.—Rev. J. E. Han
nah, .pastor. Sunday-school 9.30 a. m.;
Frank Wilkinson and T. S. Parrott, su
perintendents. Preaching hours 11 a.
m. and 7 p. m. Morning subject, “His
People;” evening, “The Man With tho
Muck Rake.” Christian Endeavor 6:30
p. in. Prayer-meeting Wednesday 7 p.m.
The Her.ild received a pleasant eall
Tuesday fronff Mr. W. T. Houseworth,
of Atlanta, who is an old Carroll county
boy, residing formerly at Whitesburg.
Mr. Houseworth haB been a reader of
The Herald from childhood, and says no
newspaper will ever have just the place
in his home that The Herald has.
Notice.—Will be sold at public outcry,
nt my place of business, at 10 a. m. on
the first Tuesday iq February, 1922, four
automobiles, as follows: Overlands, one
model 75, one model 90, and one model
83—all 4-cylinder cars—and one 1910
American 4-cylinder. Sold for cash, to
pay storage charges and repair Bills.
Title guaranteed. W, Y. Barnes.
Reduced Prices For New Year—Begin-
fling Jan. 1 we will pot into effect the
assisted by Mrs. W. I.. Gilbert. Mrs. !). SENOIA PREACHER POUNDED AND
8. Cuttino, Mrs. Geo. Meyer, Mrs, R. A. REPOUNDED.
Field, Mrs. Lutio Powers, Mra. G. W. Brother Editor: I fully expect that
Podily, Mrs. E. L. Osborn, Mr. J. H. this will be tlio last issue of Tho Herald,
Chandler and Mr. C. J. Owens. Mr. for when you have read this account of
W. H. Gooddy provided the tree, whicli what It means to be a preacher you will
was decorated by the Bunn Service'Co. stop 'the editoring business ami go to
The fund tn provide for the affair was preaching. I know your mouth will wa-
secured by Chief Gilbert from friends ter, nnd all that, ami if I wore sure you
among tho city business men, and he lire a light cater I would invito you
desires The Herald to express his thanks 'down'to spend a few days with us. As
to all contributing to the success of the it is, our invitation is to come and tako
occasion for their generous co-operation. | potluck with us some time.
Listen; First, we were pounded by the
A lamentable tragedy of the holidays good people of Sonoin, when more than
was the killing of John Richardson nt fifty visitors came-to the parsonage and
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Banning SuiKJajr afternoon by Taytor brought everything, from a live turkey
gmitn, or East Newnan. It seems that to a cake of soap. Sixty'two packages
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Smith drove over to Banning in company j were counted. Then the good folk of
with Eck Pressley, of LaGrange, and Haralson thought of us, and knowing
wont to. a little store near tjie Hutcheson 1 how weak-looking this preacher is, they
Cotton Mills operated by Richardson; came in with a big pounding, numbering
that soon after entering the place Smith thirty odd. packages. On Christmas Day,
drew a pistol and without warning fired our other church (Carmol, in Morlwoth-
point-blnnk at Richardson, killing him in- er j took up the " cudgels, and wo had
stnntly. There were several eye-witnesses thirty odd packages from there,
to the tragedy, it is said. Smith and So now we are so well stocked with
Pressley left the scene immediately and I good things that when we issue a call
came to Newnan, where the former sur- to dinner we just pass the children down
rendered to Sheriff Brewster, who in turn I tho line and say, ‘ ’ What do you want
notified Sheriff Garrett at Carrollton, I for dinner”—cafeteria style, servo-your-
the killing having occurred in Carroll I self, etc.
county. Sheriff Garrett and. '-Deputy I We thank everyone for everything, and
Sheriffs Brown nnd Boyd caine about 8Isay, “May God reward each of those
o’clock and arrested both Taylor and 1 who helped! ’’ Thank you.
Pressley, who are being held In jail atj Sanford B. Street.
Carrollton without bail pending a pie-1 Methodist Pastor, Scnoin.
LOCAL THEATRES DAN PICTURE
OF BEAUVAIS NAMED IN
STILLMAN CASE. '
Atlanta, On., Dec, 29—That the Fred
K. Beauvais picture, entitled “A Lonely
Trail,” featuring the Canadian Guido
sonsationnlly named in tho Stillman di
vorce case, will not bo exhibited in any
of tho theatres operated by companies
subsidiary to the Southern Enterprises,
Inc., in the six southeastern States, is
the announcement Issued from the gen
eral offices of the company liorc today.
'Phis action waa taken a/tor n conference
with IicuiIh of all subsidiary companies,
despite the fact that tho picture was re
cently passed approved by tlio New York
State Board of Consorsliip.
The fact tliat BonuvaiH was named as
corespondent by James Stillman, Now
York bunker, in, his suit for divorce and
in this manner gained nation-wide noto
riety, is assumed to lie the reason for '.Ills
“The policy of this company in I he
past,” declared Y. F. Freeman, general
manager, “has been to avoid exploiting
individual actors or pictures which would
plnco a false premium upon pro-judiciu)
notoriety. We prefor to present nctors
who have come to the screen solely
through dramatic ability and merit. That
policy will be strictly adhered to in
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