News from The Cartersville American

The Cartersville American
Cartersville, Georgia
February 5, 1884, page 3
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“Town and Country.”

It’s a boy and H. H. Hall is the happiest man in town.


George A. Howard is the happiest man in town. It’s a 13 pound boy, a regular, rousing, robust organized democrat. We hope his shadow will constantly grow bigger, and he will be as handsome as his father.


“Kingston Kindlings.”

Tom Hargis, I expect, is the proudest man in town—a pair of girls at his house and he will not come out on the streets to give his friends the opportunity to congratulate him.


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