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GAINESVILLE, GA„ WEDNESDAY, 1
ONE boy'killed, five hurt.
IN DYNAMITE EXPliO-
SION XMAS DAY; .
As n result of .(lie explosion: Of a box
(,[dynamite caps about one o'clock
dead, and " live or his WriipJjW^-—; i
■JpotrOl •Htt![9^vHoy't Sorrells, J. H.
Beach, Clyde Audcisob_ and} < CleJ}0$iti:i *|
Samples, t.r<f in ft local hospital baefty
The horrible accident occurred . near
the Gainesville, Cotton Alill village, and
ill the boys, ranging in age froiu.it
to is, were employees or the iiiili,, Tlioy 1
had set a bbx, .containing about two
cozen dynamite;. caps, j)p;..'tbb; /gr’puiul,1
and wore sitting arpund it. Dowey Hul- ,
sey inadvertently. dropped the ashes
from his ciggtdtto' into the open box—
and then the 'explosion. " ; '
Besides the boys brought to tlic ,ho3- 1
pital several other boys in the group '
I .•!'/ .MOVING, feli I
•^he .filin' of';Barrett*S;awkins Co. is
this tveefc .mdvpig- thoir place'of bum
nesif iarom. S. Bradford street to th,
Ituudiiig 'vJrghcTs.mai'c.naxUthe .h’i^l
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENE
TIGN PROGRAM. >
The- Sunday /School Convention pis-i
trict No. S of.rtlie.Chattahoocheo Bap]
fist -Association-uncets with the \Him^
\ Tii’ani'h Baptist church on DOeohM
C Mif s Catherine, Candior in
* * *
1 • ■■ y/A-Ti'/A;-
Mis ? -• Iur ' l « n . West is home
ufht, i< i *r‘n<mm|i j*j
ilnnte spent a-TcW- days i\ylfli. faL atld
Airs, Denaturing the. Holidays,. ■
:-0'/;> ^4 f f
• 'Min Malcolm 'Johnspii,!'fi:',sfiKTqAt' of
Mercer University; is ihe guest of'his
bother, Tdoririg rite Holidays, v ■ : •
>, ,W> * F* A 1;*' •
|-Mr; el": -Mrs. (Take Harris of Atlanta
spent a few days here during-the Holt-
days w iEK. CoI. nnd .AHs. it tt tlean.
Mr. UleniiMing Law of Atlanta, has
been a Cnriptmas ‘.visitor tb his parents;
Mr. and Iftrs. DoLapy Law.
M>1 u, v ■ * .* * .K-viviaff . '•
Ah. George §orogg8, a student, at -1 ho
Vnivcrs'py of Georgia, is the guest -of
home folks for the Xmas, season.
HoUdrlys front the State NO.
at;Ajhers\ ' j' K /- i
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>*$«!« A^rgi-nia -Truslow.-spent the ffiph
They, - gxpoct
t <Ah of tiff'rift
WW fiftfyY J&SaYy! ^’
: ^Mv.'fiiljptt isi moving hfenbUgmess to,
the JnyJtiuild&g,!'corner : if & Ylahf
and Bro-ui^ streets, jiritabovo tho city
piod by Al. P. Elliott,
.Devbtional—J, H. Li
/Mr. (}. D.
Xmas variation. *
I;»j',| M.-■•■/fei' : /y
the lLn^i'o.rsity are spending
days with their parents, Coli and Alrsu
in Atlanta, as the guest, of .parents.,
| Air, Hill . Cox Of .'Oglethorpe "Hnivef-'
,SitV' : id etihdihb'for f\io c 'lfoildilVs; -
* H '
Mr. Baylor: Hickman pf Atlanta, was
m* fFfiie Eelation of blip ; -^i||
bio School- to the Church—j. T. Grizzlojl
.^Wuihling Up the fiib^ S
[^^JlAiiyiohling Up the Stand
ard-—H. H. Humphries.
•i Ms: -Should we use /
■iiiWi'aftife itifd Aliy?—A. H. Holland.
itv ; id atlhdmo for tlio c UoilddVsi •
.-§-v Xi ;, i , ->i
■q ; V a ■ ; fe-:i%>) a b. •/ ■ . ..
iMi*, ...Baylor: Hickniun. ^pf
ho gu.cst'.of Mri an)l ‘Alrs. Hafc .Hanks
r-Mifist fon the. Xmas holidays.
,T.J , -i / . ‘ # * * «
/ ,%«• ;!.' Mnrhhani of Jacksonville,
Ula., is 'spending a week» or, two iwith
homefolks in Gainesyille.
\v'K ’' ■ rf n
: Col. Hammond LohiisOn^s friends ai'b
glad to sec him out again after a two
i wuum .nape anu ire prepared to servo
Buiejt owners bettor them ever/before.
(M -o^—-a . - .
RECEPTION . AND DINNER.
h. Bold, i.- Post N >.'7 will entertain
the .moniLers of the American Legion,
nt a reception, and dinner onAPucddhy
evening, .January 3rd. All members of
the. Legion are requested- tb bo -i n v at*'
,H. H-Bean. + * »
Mr. Clyde Carter of Mcrccr Uni
?ity, Mepcii,- is the guest of his
■pnts, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Cai
during tne Holidays.
Air; Fletcher Roberts, now a marine,
stationed at Quantico, Va-^is on
weeks leave visiting his parents, lh>
and . Mrs. L. F. .Boberts. . , , .,
ay We Best Trai
Col. and Mrs. Pat Stephens and chil
dren arc the guests of Airs. Stephens ;
father, Mr. E. I). Mitchell, for Christ
2.10 P, M. The Importance of thd
i Superintendent and the Teachers—S,
s F. Davis.
• 2145 An Ideal Bible School—A. C.
5 3.15 P. M. How to Build Up Our
[ Sunday School. Convention.—Open dis-
Midshipman John Hill Latliem of
United States Naval Academy at An-
liapolis, Md., is the guest of his pac-
ents, ,Mr and Mrs. O. P. Lathenu
Joe Ik Davis, Jr., had as his guttS*
during -the [holidays Mr. Ghas. Siess *$
Vanderbilt. Mt. Sicss departed yusbes^.
clay for Washington, to attend a «nt»
fvpntlob of the Delta Kappa. Epsihnt-
ise work among,
the Sunday schools of tho county for
the past:, several years has. a|taiiit$t !
vride attention, gave a Christmas tree
11o the Laurel Hill Sunday school last
l Sunday. The occasion was one of tin!
i happiest in the history of the school,
j and was attended by a large crowd,
; A : splendid program .was enjoyed. -
Air. Merck will make a talk jut this
school on the coming Sunday, ;pid will
HELPED THE POOR.
The Central Committee for Relief of
the Poor successfully distributhd ap
proximately seventy . baskets to the
needy families in Gainesville on Christ-
nas ove. These "baskets were sent to
the different families after they had
been investigated by the Census Com
mittee. Mr. Lake Terrell was in charge
of tho distribution of the baskets on
Sunday afternoon and handled it ,ad-
ipirjibly. Those in'need of clothes and
vhocs were supplied with the necessary
clothing or shoes which they were : n
need of. Those in need
,ipre, siippbed 7yiUi K on^.,24 ; i^u^^aA
cf flour; 'We ■ peek' of m-ca-i; om-'pcck-
PIRE IN PAOOLET WARE-
A waroliouse at the Pacolot Manu
facturing Co., New Holland, containing
2,093 bales 'of t compressed cotton, hras
Mf| and Mrs. H. H. Thomas of Qiaa-.
ton, Alh.. were:guests of the fomwrV
.mother in the city during the Holiday*.
" 'Shine' * is a^i old Gainesvillo boy wh*:
has succeeded , well in h» adopted twwtfe.
Orleans, arrived homo Thursday fi
of> potatoes,-five pounds of meat, five wore damaged by water. ■
-il '/>* /... A:. I. ...- 1 1 'II... I... ■ : ... I i 1 ! .-
Tjie R;.:| was -pKieticailj*. covered by
pound? of lard,
pounds of sugar, fr
two pounds of eoffc;
nip, two pouiicls? of
omnges. r • f,
Sorgo art®® wei
is a bot known.
plus and'these will be given to the poor
during tlY year by tho Central Uom-
ruittee, -' /'/' ,r ^ : — : .
The Central bonimiftee for 1923 yill
consist of: A. iE. Boper from the,Amer
ican Legion, T. S.. : Dny from the First
Baptist churchy Mrs. Bickers from tlm
First Methodist -churdh, Mrs. Friers,hi
GO. TO MOVE:
The big furnitnro iirni of Pilgrim-
F^to^ Fujiiitur/}; Go,ya,rp ;th\s,m^ek' pre
paring i,n move i lu»ir biiaijic^s'from the
ppyse.Ht locatioji op' .Washington and
^mclfq,rd- i stwe.ln.ito/tho .building af the
, corner of N.; .Bradford ntmeefc .and Bro-
mui avenue, i'ormeriy.’oceupjedi by tho
•overall factory. .
. Bdmotinic a'gp, thifi' bnh ,opened :up a
» > jl; ’ Iv.* tlL* ,i ’ 11 r» n» 1 IrTiAttm
" Tiie Hali County Hinging ClAoir 'will
meet, next Sanday, at‘‘Union church,
he'fii; Jbftestiinf'’Al6untaln. ''Thel-e will
be* aYitimbbr' bfUgood ihiiWib present,
and the occasion is bXflectbb to be one
of inijgicatipu and., pleasure to .till-' ;
’ "" "°—:—:—.
Air. Eldon Purcell, accompanied - by
Parker and Van Purcell of Carnpr-vi’.le,
ajnd Mrs'J Carl fliarrett, loftlyOBtSrday
We beg to announce the removal of guf
business on January 1st, from the present
FU-' 1 ^vV/F/M-.-.A:-"/* . v / - ' /. -/. ’■ •/ - 9 \ ..... F. u. , . d
from tho Fitst,’ Posbyterian eliurcl
K. Greonway. from Central Bn
Alj'.-tana AffSAE; U.'-Non'is •iind -anuglr-
, I'/r. Miss :Uel(Mi,;of ;Washi-rigt4n,rDr-- 0,v -
! aVe r isittng Miss Croffie Stow and Mr.
iiu (k-Sto^brotho? and siste'r oi Airs.
* or \ s '. * l u'nti} ■
Miss Be^sio ElU's'^rrive^ a few days
ago.frou, Washington to v sixond ihe lipl-
it|ny Mipp v.-it'U' - .hl'r: -parebtsl .ilr. and
Airs. John L. Ellis. ‘ •
N ' Afi\t.loryjf' : k; iinui‘dih, Jr.,; Alilllii
Hhrdy.iafttf Alktuory Mhytin ; 'o f f ; -i:he 2C.'-
G, Ai C; at.i.'DaUlcinegib \ are’ spiincEng
tl\e holiday scaso^.w^h- homqfolks in,
, , , .
i'tid A. G. fhq ! (fontj'mi'eil 'libbfaB prifcitftyri^O* of the
-er of this public at their new location,
HAE3lY TOC?Uil TO, OPEN
STOSS SpOH, ,
Mr. Harry Tucker, .who-.:
(Iiaii 4 ; TifU'e.nt.
with various local
0. IT. Pr.or-frbm U;
Stax well will act as
comnitti e. »'
A irieRtirig' oF'.thb/l
is called for Tiiunday ufternfioii, 'l/o-
ccml-i-r ig-tii,' at three P M., for the
rice! i an of fofficers arid the rplnnuing
of work for.dip.; j ; ) -' -r;.t ! W/ : > /S.
i at an
in' I.-, many friends thvougoui
v,as that of &> A; J. Cn-Ycui
occurred this n^rning at the
his flaugUier, Airs: Jell' Hulsey :
ntrer-t, ns the result of it strol
Pr- Cavcnder was 03 yeai
oi'.d had made, liis hpmo al AT
IF i-.-al boon on a \ isit to bit
‘f°>" about a. week prior to
Tuo^.! .y night about 10 •Uclo
slrn keu v/ith apoplexy ' and-'
He war I tlm . be ;c hi
Brians in this sections, and
,ovo «nd esteem Of all, who
■H ' is survived by ono dau|.
'W Hulsey of this city; and
.l-ly dd^e p goritM 1 ’ 'fiirriisipBff
p-^^lv'hd W«rf'>- -
. GaiiH-svilfcwunif wTHm'spehk for him'
liberal patronage in his new veniuve.
He expect/1 a bo Veiidy for 'bmjlnwts
ioi 1 lv after jl'ie - -first Inf; Jammry.
■AU, .Too Brown George of Emory Uni-
age Gof is now located
'—’ ei »i:J::(iiJ>.-Mh- , *'5sv r.• «•&! .I'.-how -..-.3 ....
'Arr. npii Airs." J. G. Ste veils rvero
greatly surprised on* las! .Similay, Xnms
Vv6, wliou their ebihlreu gave thorn a
surprise supper at their homo. All of
rlicii' cliilciron anti ^Ttiudciuldron 'woro
present, aild all had a most deliglittal
< . .. :.,1Li ili.t iiinm Ilnur. \\ IllMl
\lr. Furman Jewell, of t l
Alabmna, is nt'liome ft
Fred, Tam and Frank iJnvimdor of K«»-
tJn G 0? f Toril CttVOn(,er ° f Carrolt ‘>
1'ho funeral' will Tie held at liis old
home, and interment will bo in tho fam
ily bttt'yir.g ground at Afurrayvillc.
. ^_._o - "
JUNIOR ORDER TO G
Ou Friday night, Jan.
every one a most prosperous and Happy New Ye;
* # * *
■ friends of Mr. Tom L
t a few
■days with Mrs.
Greensboro, N. Oj
Mr. Reynolds Ra.
. . • L..1 nr..v n
Uity Couucil Lodge No. 64,
aior Order, will have n sjs
folks thin week.
■ V;* * *
Alessis Thomas Simmons
and • Hemy Simmons of ]
Pa., are the guests' bf Mt.
lin E. Red-
: All ni
to bp pro
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