The Courant American

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
June 15, 1888, Page 5
Transcribed by 2006

“Small Items Corralled.”

Mr. Nat Dunahoo, the Tax Receiver of Bartow county, now wears a twelve pound smile.  It is a girl.


June 15, 1888, Page 8


Mr. H. G. Johnson and lady, of Griffin, Ga., are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Dr. M. M. Green.  Mr. Johnson is 94 years old and his lady 89 and they have been married 71 years.  They stood the trip from Griffin well.


June 15, 1888, Page 8


Miss Sallie Stegall is making a governor’s quilt for exhibition at the Cincinnati exposition. It is of satin and will contain a square for each State and Territory on which she embroiders the autograph of the governors.  One governor refuses to send his autograph.  He will be lonesome.



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