“Brief Local Items.”

 
The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
June 18, 1896, Page 5
 
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“Brief Local Items.”

Mrs. W. W. Daves was called to Atlanta last week by the extreme illness of her mother Mrs. Dr. I. S. Hopkins, whose death occurred on Monday. Mrs. Daves has the sympathy of her Cartersville friends.

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Mr. R. N. R. Bardwell, who held a position in the West End Institute two years ago, was married in Talbotton yesterday to Miss Mary Estes. Mr. Bardwell is now editor of the Talbotton New Era, and the Courant American extends congratulations.

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Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mansfield had the misfortune to lose their little boy, Harry, from the kick of a mule last Friday. He went out to the lot with his mother, and while she was not looking went too near the mule, and received a kick which resulted in his death soon afterwards.

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Mr. Walter S. Coleman, of the Cedartown Standard, with his bride, passed through the city last Wednesday, en route for Asheville, N. C., on their bridal trip. They were quietly married Wednesday morning, at the beautiful Thompson home, “Villa Annette,” where they will be at home to friends after June 22d. Mr. Coleman is one of the most progressive and best known newspaper men in the state and is president of the state weekly press association. His bride was Miss Annie Read Thompson, and possesses many lovely traits of character. The Courant American wishes them prosperity and joy unbounded.

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Miss Florence Lackey, a daughter of Mr. Oliver E. Lackey, of this city, died in Atlanta on Tuesday, while on a visit to her uncle, Mr. James Lackey. She died after an exceedingly brief illness being taken suddenly sick on Sunday.

 

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