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On Time—Every Day
We Pride Ourselves Upon Prompt Service
Quality Hoods anil High! Prices
dry goods department
(m>iils Clothing ml Ladies Dress Goods
McDonald & Still j
Conyers Phone No* 29 Georgia |
Watelt the Spot---
Each and Every Spot
in Your Car
Each and every spot in your car
where parts move needs oiling reg
ularly* Some parts need light oil,
other parts need heavy grease* We
know the right lubricant to use
and how to use it* Drive in*
All kinds repair work on all
makes of cars, upholstering, paint
ing tires and accessories, gas and I
PHONE 69 I
Hen nett & Mann 1
I TAX DECEIVERS ROUNDS 1
LORRAINE, April 15 1
HONEY CREEK, April 16
SHEFFIELD, April 17
MILSTEAD, April 18
All other dates not listed above 1 will be in
Closing date May first.
BARTOW WALKER, T. R. I
THE ROCKDALE RELUKP, i.uNYERS, GEORGIA
Mr. Dan Leftwich, Davidson Col
lege senior student, spent the spring
holidays in Conyers with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Leftwich.
Mr. Boyce Fincher of Atlanta, spent
the week-end in Conyers, guest of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fincher.
Mrs. S. J. Kelly spent Thursday in
Atlanta shopping and getting ready
for Grand Opera.
Mr. and Mrs. Broughton Ivey and
his father, Mr. I. 0. Ivey of Atlanta,
pent the week-end at home with his
Mr. I.uther Morris, splendid young
man of Conyer3, has been transferred
from Anniston, Ala. to Atlanta, where
he will be connected with the Sinclair
Oil company. For the present he
will commute between Atlanta and
Conyers where he will live with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Morris,
Sr. We are delighted to have this
young man back in our town and com
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Veal, of
Atlanta, where they have made their
home for some time will move back
to Conyers this week and occupy
rooms with his mother, Mrs. W. S.
Veal, on North Main street. We are
delighted to have this splinded young
couple back in Conyers. Mr. Veal
will ride the trains to and from At
Mr. W. F. Tucker age 79, died sud-.
denly at his home in Rockdale coun
ty Tuesday afternoon. He is survived
by one brother, Mr. J. Henry Tucker,
of the Hewlett & Downs department
store, and two sisters, Mrs. J. M. Ba
ker and Mrs. Adelaid Bird. He is sur
vived by his widow and eight chil
dren, three daughters, Clio, Ola and
Lona and five sons, Monroe, Cleve
land, Jim, Troy and John. Funeral
Wednesday by Pastor J. L. Drake and
interment in East View cemetery.
Mrs. Jennie McCollum Seamans of
Atlanta visited the Misses Esther and
Sara McCollum last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Allison Cowan and
family moved from Conyers over the
week-end, back to the farm over near
Velta. This most estimable family
spent the winter in the Commercial
Hotel in Conyers.
Miss Laverne Stephenson, who re
cently moved to batchelor quarters in
an apartment out Ponce de Leon Way
in Atlanta, spent the week-end, in
Conyers, guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. R. Stephenson. We did not
get to interview the young lady, but
judgeing from he happy appearance,
her new home is all that she could
Miss Margaret Evans of Stone
Mountain, spent the week-end in Con
yers, guest of Mrs. Ida Beatty.
Mrs. Fannie Welborn of Atlanta,
spent the week-end in Conyers, guest
of her mother, Mrs. G. V. Cowan.
Miss Given Riley of Trenton, Fla.,
will make her home in Conyers for
the summer months, living with Mrs.
Betty Hicks on Institute street. Con
yers is delighted to have this most ex
cellent young lady move back home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Purvis and
young daughter, Jean, of Chicopee,
spent the week-end in Conyers, guest
of Mr. and Mrs. W. Tharpe Baldwin.
Mrs. H. W. Baldwin of Madison, is
at the home of Mi\ and Mrs. £ W.
Tharpe Baldwin for a few days’ visit.
Mrs. Baldwin made like she recognized
up upon the occasion of our recent
visit to Madison, hut since she did not
come up and speak to us, we had
rather believe that she did not recog
nize us fully, otherwise we could not
forgive her. Anyway we had a great
time and enjoyed the revival service
Mrs. R. L. Hale had as her Sunday
guests, Mr. Male, Sammy, Jessie Hale
and wife, of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs.
S. T. Almand and Mrs. Sue Almand
Martin of Madison. “Aunt Sue” is
eighty-two year of age, but still en
joys a day’s visit.
Miss Ida Francis Gleaton, daughter
of Col. and Mrs. John S. Gleaton, of
Decatur, spent the week-end in Con
yers, guest of Mrs. Geo. W. Gleaton.
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Dean of
College Park spent the week-end in
Conyers, guests of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Will Cowan.
Mrs. Brown Tyler and children of
Hapeville is spending several days
with Mrs. R. W. Tucker.
Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Carter spent
Wednesday in Tallapoosa, guest of
Mrs. Lee Pounds.
Mrs. J. J. Langford is leaving today
for Dallas, Texas, where she goes for
an extended visit with her son, Mr.
Arthur J. Langford and family.
Miss Ella Sims, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Newt Sims, for a year or
two departmental supervisor of Sears
Roebuck & Cos. in Atlanta, is but an
other striking example of industry and
determination that is so characteristic
of our boys and girls who go out to
make their mark in the world. Miss
Sims has just been promoted to the
position of assistant buyer for this
great establishment, a distinct recog
nition of her dependability and re
sourcefulness and thus it is'that Con
yers and old Rockdale county is fur
ther honored in the commerial life
of America. We have them on the
west coast, in the far noth and |
throughout these states, who, like Miss
Sims, are leading in their field of en
deavor. We are proud of you boys
and girls. J
Walter R. Granade H. R. Stephenson
Phone No. 7
WEHAVE THE GOODS
Our Delivery Is Prompt Our Prices Are High
THE JOHN DEER PLANTERS
We Carry a Full Line of The John Deer Planters and Paris
A , , for AVERY and VULCAN plow,
for OLIVER and Imperial parti
A Select Line of Art Squares,
Hugs and Linoleum of Quality
CLEAN UP CLEAN
Oceda Polish, Paints,
Enamels and Brushes
Victor Talking Machines
Cabinet ane Portable’s
The Rockdale Hardware Cos.
Conyers, *\ A Georgia
Conyers, *. ,%^/^^^Georg
Don’t Eail to Come In and See Our
New Stock of
We Have An All RAYON LACE in
for 5c Yard
Also a Nice Assortment of 10/ LACES In All
COLORS and TWO TONES
Big New Stock of Aluminumware—
10 Quart Dishpan, . . 49c
14 Quart Preserving Kettle, . $1.25
4 Quart Milk Cooler, . . .79c
8 Quart Milk Cooler, . . . $1.25
4 Quart Percolator, . . . $1.48
Aluminum Dippers, 2 for ~ . 25c
CONYERS I<V COMPANY
and PARLOR SUITES
New Line of Corckeryware, Alum
inuin and Cooking Utensils,
Oil Lamps, Clmrns, and
AT PRCES RIGHT
WEDNESDAY, \PR„ ~