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J. L. MIMS,_.Editor.
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Wednesday, November 3.
Cox fought a good fight and kept
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If Harding is not hard -on the
South, he'll be all right.
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Money puts ballots in the box, as
well as makes the old mare go.
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Other states may lament but no
lamentations have been heard from
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Republicans are again in the sad
dle. Let us hope they will not be
* * * *
Maybe the "ox" in Cox's name
made him the hard worker that he
.has proven himself to be. /
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If Mr. Harding will just put the
price of cotton back where it belongs,
we'll forgive and forget.
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The Democrats can at least say
that the present occupant of the
White House has made more history
tharl any person who has hitherto
had that honor.
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We Democrats have one thing to
be thankful for on this br^ht post
election morn, and that^is we shall
have four years befo/e another pres
idential campaign r.iust be waged.
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The Republ;.ans will now send the
League of ? ations to the scrap heap.
So you might as well begin to train
your frys to be soldiers. However
much we may detest war, future
-asar.?, , under the present international
? status,\ are inevitable.
New Day Dawned in Georgia. "
From a political standpoint, Geor
gia may havfe been compared to-c*
lntermittent Volcano in th*i-past. For
a time ?ihi?^^i go* well and sud
-^s?sSt>%QI?V^^'something unexpected, and
equally discreditable, would break
loose. The men have made a miser
able job of running governmental
affairs in Georgia from the lowest
office up to that of the United States
senatorship, and vice versa. But it
seems, and let us hope that the signs
of the times point correctly, that a
new day has dawned in Georgia, po
litically. The women have come upon
the scene and are going to make
themselves felt as a factor for a gen
In yesterday's election a woman
was chosen tax collector of Columbia
county, Georgia, for the next four
years, which indicates that Georgians
are taking favorably to the new dis
pensation. Not only will the women
of Georgia make themselves felt for
better state and county government
but, mark our prediction, as soon as
the intelligent Christian womanhood
of Savannah is aroused and asserts
itself, as it surely will in time, what
it known as wide-open Savannah will
be closed up. Christian womanhood
stands for law and order everywhere
.and those who want to see things run
in a lax, indifferent way want to see
-women keep hands off. But the elec
tion of a woman as tax collector in
Columbia county indicates that they
.will not be hands of f.. Mark you', too,
that she was evidently elected by the
.ballots of men, for this early in the
Hew order of things enoujrh women
had not registered to be a very con
siderable factor in carrying an elec
Just watch and see if Georgia is
not made a better State and also
watch ?nd see if some of the Georgia
^cities are not made a more fit place
to live in by having Christian Woman
hood and motherhood assert itself.
:Miss Virginia Holland Enter"
'. "*^i?wr? tains.
On Thursdaw afternoon, the little
folks of the age for real enjoyment
were entertained on the Griffin Hill
"home of Mr. and^Mrs. J. G. Holland,
when little Virginia was hostess at a
lovely Hallowe'en party.
The hall was darkened and grue
some ghosts and witches appeared as
they always do at Hallowe'en time.
The children were mystified at the
unusual happenings, but were charm
ed as well.
About forty little folks were in
vited, and the home was filled with
merriment and childish glee.
When they were invited to the ta
ble; then the real happiness began.
Ice CTeam and cake were served
amidst witches, owls, bats, black
cat3 and ghosts in profusion. The
souvenirs also were made of these
wierd creatures. None of these things
took away the appetites of the little
guests, but rather encouraged them
to partake of the lovely refreshments
served them, and every one went
home as happy as a bird.
The Piedmont Lyceum man, Mr.
Olaude Melton, was in town Monday
\rranging for the sale of the season
ickets. The sale witt? be conducted
Miis year through the High School
and five teachers of the Graded
Mr. Melton's plan is as follows:
The five teachers, Misses Earle,
DeLoach, Rives, Dunovant, \and Minis
will act as captains, and the follow
ing High School pupils, tweny in
number, will be divided up into
teams of four each, under a captain.
Elizabeth Lott, Isabel Byrd, Edwin
Rives, Leila Bland Tompkins, Robert
Ouzts, George Evans, Mitchell Wells,
Dixon Timmerman., Warren Wright,
Sue Adams, Elise Hudgens, Helen
Nicholson, Lillie Holston, Gertrude
Thurmond, Corrie Cheatham, Rach
ael Arthur, J. C. Hughes, Jack Fel
tham, Emily Ouzts, Willie May Mc
The team captains reporting the
largest sale of tickets will receive
a gold pin furnished by Sylvan of
Columbia, and the next three in or
On the night of October 19th, 192
was burglarized and the following Ii
the Bank of Trenton to its customers
notified that application has been mi
public is warned not to accept any of
Number 2062 dates January 9th, 1?
Number 2178 dated May 1st, 1920,
^Number 2196 dated May 19th, 192(
Number 2216 dated July 1st, 1920,
Number 2187 dated May 22nd, 192
Number 2152 dated April 14th, 19?
Number 1920 dated September 4
M orr all.
Number 2153 dated April 14th, 195
Number 2284 dated September 24t!
Number 2087 dated February 25th,
ian for Henry Clay Miller.
Number 2099 dated March 4th, 19
for Henry Clay Miller.
Number 2283 dated September 29tl
Number 1990 dated November 4th,
Number 2179 dated May 11th, 1921
Number 2143 dated 'April 3rd, 19
Number 2231 dated July 13th, 19!
Number 2268 dated September! 20tl
Number 2257 dated September 13tt
Number 1900 dated July 26th, 191
Number 2221 dated June 24th, 192
Number 222? dated June 23rd, 192
Number 2277 dated September 2
Number 2067 dated January 21st, :
Number 2222 dated June 24th, 192
Number 2176 dated May 5th, 1920,
Number 2200 dated June 11th, 192
Number 2210 dated June 26th, 195
Number 2227 dated July 2nd, 1920
Number 2229 dated July 10th, 192(
Number 2250 dated August 24th, li
Number 2274 dated September 27t
dumber 2276 dated September 27t
\ Number 2290 dated October 13th, :
\The following Certificates of .stock
Trenton were also stolen and the~jn*bii
Certificates as application has been m
.Number 184 dated April 22nd, 1921
Number 25 dated February 12th,
Number 123 dated July 22nd, 1919
Number 156 dated April 12th, 19:
Number 133 dated July 23rd, 1919,
Number 126 dated July 22nd, 191!
Number 143 dated July 26th, 191
Number 78 dated September 17tl
Number 102 dated April 1st, 1916,
Number 89 dated July 25th, 1914,
Number 196 dated April 27th, 192<
Number 90 dated July%25th, 1914
.* Number 197 dated April 27th, 192
Number 121 dated July 22nd, 1919
Number 130 dated July 22nd, 191
for 1 share.
Number 131 dated July 22nd, 1911
Number 148 dated July 31st, 1919,
Number 62/dated April 13th, 1912
I Number 117 dated June 24th, 1919
Number 151 dated February 17th, 1'
Number 99 dated January 5th, 1911
Number 159 dated April 12th, 1920
Number 122 dated July 22nd, 1919,
Number 180 dated April 20th, 192C
Number 141 dated July 26th, 1919,
Number 178 dated April 19th, 1920
Number 127 dated July 22nd, 1919,
Number 162 dated April 12th, 192
S ll ?ll* 6 S
Number 164 dated April 13th, 192
Number 139 dated July 24th, 1919,
Number 119 dated July 22nd, 1919
Number 183 dated April 22nd, 192(
Number 142 dated July 26th 1919,
Number 191 dated April 26th, 192C
. Number 68 dated April 15th, 1915
Number 69 dated April 15th, 1920
Number 20 dated February 12th, 1!
Number 168 dated April 14th, 1920
Number 26 dated February 12th, 1
Number ll dated February 12th, 1!
Number 33 dated February 12th, 1
Number 61 dated April 13th, 1912
Number 144 dated July 28th, 1919,
Number 176 dated April 17th, 1920,
Number 109 dated December 18th,
for 5 shares.
Number 154 dated April 12th, 192C
Number 108 dated December 18th,
for 5 shares.
Number 138 dated July 24th, 191?
Number 18 dated February 12th,
Number 116 dated June 24th, 1919,
Number 105 dated October 7th, IS
for 5 shares.
Number 153 dated April 12th, 1920
der will receive a box of candy each. 1
The last one gets a doll baby! , I
These prizes will be delivered! by
Mr. Melton, just before the first! ly. ?i
ceum number which will be present
ed on Wednesday evening, Novem
ber 10th, the Crismon Gulley Artists,
in the school auditorium, beginning
The five numbers selected for this
winter's course are all of the very
best, and the Civic League, in pre
senting them asks for the coopera
tion of every one who is interested
in the cultivation of a taste for gopd
The. season tickets are $3.00 fdr
adults and $2.00 for school children.
Some one of the 25 will see you.
You can not make a better invest
ment, and then you will be helping
your friends to win. Who does not
love a race?
Join in and help your favorite;
team to crary off the first prize,* and
incidentally help the Civic League.
If it is a Bilious Attack.
Take three of Chamberlain's Tab
lets and a quick recovery is certain.
:0, the vault of the Bank of Trenton
iterest bearing Certificates issued by
5 were stolen: All persons are hereby
ide for duplicate certificates and the
the original certificates for value:
?20 to B. R. Tillman, Agent for Sarah
issued to Mrs. Emma Hord.
), issued to Miss Vera Posey. '
, issued to Mrs. Coy Wood Miller.
0, issued to Miss Kate R. Day.
20 issued to Samuel Gadsden M orrall.
th, 1919, issued to Samuel Gadsden
JO, issued to Ella Allen Morrall.
h, 1920, issued to Andrew C. Yonce.
1920, issued to J. W. Miller, Guard
120, issued to J. W. Miller, Guardian
?, 1920, issued to Mrs. G. F. Long..
1919, issued to Urs) Susie Miller.
3 issued to B. J. Day.
20, issued to Trustees Trenton High
20, issued to Trustees Trenton High
h, 1920, issued to J. Roper Moss, Jr.
i, 1920 issued to Mrs. Mary H. Bryan.
9, issued to Mary Virginia Bryan.
!0, issued to Mary Virginia Bryan.
0, issued to Colgan Hobson Bryan.
9th, 1920, issued to Colgan Hobson
1920, issued to John W. Bryan.
0, issued to John W. Bryan,
issued to Walter W. Wise.
!0 issued to Walter W. Wise.
?0, issued to Walter W. Wise.
, issued to Walter W. Wise.
), issued to Wal ter W. Wise.
320, issued to Walter W. Wise,
h, 1920, issued, to Walter W. Wise,
h, 1920, issued to Walter W. Wise.
1920, issued to Walter W. Wise,
covering stock owned in the Bank of
ic ls v/a^ned not to accept any of these,
ade for duplicates: . -
) issued to B. R. Tillman for 4 shares.
1906 issued to J. M. Wise & Son for
issued to Walter W. Wise for 8 shares
20, issued to Walter W. Wise for 2
issuea to J. R. Smith for 6 shares.
9, issued to G. T. Swearingen for 10
9, issued to A. Sidney Miller for 5
i, 1912 issued to J. M. Vann for 10
issued to J. M. Vann for 2 shares.
issued to J. M. Vann for 7 shares.
3 issued to J. M. Vann for 5 shares,
issued to Miss Kate Day for 7 shares.
0 issued to Miss Kate R. Day for 3
, issued to S. A. Morrall for 5 shares.
9, issued to Samuel Gadsden Morrall
3, iBsued to Ella Allen Morrall for 1
issued to D. R. Day for 10 shares.
, issued to A. C. Yonce for 10 shares.
issued to A. C. Yonce for 2 shares.
920 issued to A. C. Yonce for 5 shares
5, issued to A. C. Yonce for 2 shares.
, issued to A. C. Yonce for 3 shares. I
issued to E. J. Roper for 5 shares.
I, issued to E. J. Roper for 2 shares,
issued to John W. Miller for 5 shares.
, issued to J. R. Moss for 5 shares. j
, issued to L. G. Watson for 8 shares. !
0, issued to Mrs! Susie Miller for 10
:0, issued to Wallace W. Wise for 3
issued to B. J. Day for 5 shares,
issued ta Mrs. Sallie S Tillman for 10
) issued to Mrs. Sallie S. Tillm?n for
issued to Mrs. Lena S. Ouzts for 5
> issued to Mrs. Lena S. Ouzts for 2
I issued to Mrs. May S. Marsh for 2
issued to S. B. Marsh for 1 share.
306 issued to S. B. Marsh for 2 shares
issued to B. T. Hord for 7 shares.
906 issued to Mrs. Emma Hord for 5
306, issued to A. H. and B. J. Day for
L906, issued to G. F. Long, Jr., for 2
issued to G. F. Long for 6 shares,
issued to G. F. Long for 2 shares.
, issued to G. F. Long for 2 shares.
1916 isued to Miss Sabe Wise Miller
I issued to Miss Sabe Wise Miller for
1916, issued tb Miss Fannie B. Miller
I to Mrs. Fannie Miller Wise for 5
1906 issued to A. S. J. Miller for 10
issued to A. S. J. Miller for 2 shares.
?16, issued to Mrs. Robbie B. Miller
, issued to Mrs. Robbie B. Miller for
In order to convert our large stock into cash we
are making a great reduction in all lines. We in
cite our friends to see our special bargains in
CLOTHING FOR MEN
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR APPAREL
SHOES OF ALL KINDS
; Come in and let us show,you what great values
we are offering in seasonable merchandise. The
price has been cut cn winter goods, all new stock,
just at the time that you are compelled to buy.
Before spending your money come to see us. We
can supply every need Nfor the entire family and
save you a good amount on every purchase. It will
be a pleasure to show you. .Tell your friends about
the special offer that we are making.
UNDER THE OPERA HOUSE
Thursday, Nov. 4th
Friday, Nov. 5
O M LY
The Moral Uplift League of America Presents Doctor Haiselden's Sensational
IT WOULD BE A
TAKE FOR ANY
Showing why Dr. Haisel
den refused to operate to
save the life of the deform
The Most Daring Exposure Ever Attempted
BASED ON THE FAMOUS DR. HAISELDEN-BOLLINGER BABY CASE.
SCENES THAT BAFFLE-STAGGER THE IMAGINATIO
MOTHERS, BRING YOUR DAUGHTERS
NOTICE:-This film has been arranged in a most refined manner but owing to
the delicate subjects it will be shown strictly to separate audiences, and no children
will be admitted.
DR. HA1SELDEN PERSONALLY APPEARS IN THIS PLAY
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THIS STARTLING EXPOSURE
ADMISSION 35 CENTS including War Tax.