News from The Courant American

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
May 12, 1892, page 4
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Libel for Divorce: William R. Sykes vs. Mollie Sykes.


Page 5.

Roses are in bloom now and no flower is more popular with everybody. The Marechal Neil is the grand favorite among all the rose tribe. Mrs. M. E. Field, of this city, has a bush of this lovely old variety, three years old that has on it at least six hundred blooms and buds. She also has a La Marque bush that contains probably seven hundred blooms and buds.


Page 8.

On Sunday, May 1st, Mr. George Smith, who lives near Rowland Springs, attended the singing convention at Cassville, and it was the first visit of his life to that place, although he is forty four years of age and was born and has always lived in ten miles of Cassville.


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