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The Forsyth County news. (Cumming, Ga.) 19??-current, July 20, 1917, Image 3

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f. ** v r* 4* •>•>*', **•£.. . w everyone craves refreshing beverage. :■ , • 0 v, jg sink . Pfe Chero-Cqla | yjfl7 “/n a bottle —Through a straw' f H REFRESHING 1 , .. § i With no W after effect '*'• ' ’ I mUrHL Sold and served only in sealed sanitary J| tali*. Notice to Debtors and Creditors All persons having claims or against the estate of Fletcher Bagley, late of said §RPfy deceased, are hereby notified to present the same to tbkundersigned, properly prov en, at once; and all persons in debted to said estate are re rbquired, to make immediate payment. July 3rd, 1917. W. P. Blackstock, Admr. * Forsyth County. To all whom it may concern : jT. Foster, Guardian of John osier, I: mng filed his petition for discharge, this is to cite all persons concerned, to show ■ause, if any they can, against granting'of this discharge at ° regular term of the Court Vo r dinary of said county to !>l L, and on the first Monday in anoft.^iT sal \ n under my hand and of -111,1,1 gnatyre, this 2nd day of m . J. Tidwell, Ordinary. Rugs to Burn at Prices That will set ’em. Be sure to come- and examine this line of rugs, buy some of them, and go home diappy. r-* . j . 300 Pairs of Sam ple Shoes to go at Wholesale Prices Both of us lose money if you fail to do your shopping at this store. Yours for Business, Geo. W. Heard Sheriff’s Sale. Will be sold before the court house door in the town of Cum ming in said county, within the legal hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in August, 1917, lot of land number 1206 in the sec ond district and first section in said county, containing forty acres more or less, most of said lot being cleared and having been in cultivation. Levied up on as the property of the defend ant under and by virtue of a fifa issued from the Justice Court of the 1348th district, G. M. of Fulton .coubty, in favor of T. L. Collins against Thomas Strickland, the defendant. Levy made by H. W. Bagley, L. C., and notice in writing thereof given the defendant in fifa who is in possession and control of said lot, and returned to nit for advertisement and sale. This 2nd day of July 1917. W. T. Merritt, Sheriff. If you want a good sewing machine at a moderate price call on Edmondson & Pirkle, they can fit you up. Exchanged by Mistake. Some friend of mine having hung his rain coat up in our store, on getting it made a mis take and left his and got the writers, coat light tan color made by'Hodgman Rubber Cos. Coat got too large for the wear er the one left too small for the writer. Please return mine and get yours. This exchange was made in February or since that time. T. J. Pirkle, Notice. I have just taken in another pasture and it has got enough graps for 25 head of cattle. It is the best pasture I ever saw. Rates from 25c to 75c per month. W. H. Montgomery The Cumming Garage has a heavy stock of the best makes of automobile tires. Save mon ey by buying your tires now be fore anther advance in prices, which we believe is djue ia a few days. Sheriff’s Sale. Georgia, Forsyth county: Will be sold before the court house door in Gumming, Geor gia, said county, on the first Tuesday in August, 1917, with in the legal hours of Sale the following Tract or Parcel of land, to-wft: Lots Nos. Nine Hundred Nine-Nine and One Thousand, lying and being in the 2nd District and Ist Section of Forsyth County, Georgia, with improvements theron, said land levied on under and by vir tue of 3 executions which issued from the Justice Court of the 842nd District, G. M., Milton County, in favor of Payne Broth ers & Cos. against Jim Strick land. day of June 1917. T. Merritt, Sheriff. Georgia, Forsyth County. To all whom it may concern: J. A. Otwell administrator up on the estate of W. R. Otwell, late of said county, deceased, having filed his petition for dis charge, this is to cite all per sons concerned, kindred and creditors, to show cause, if any they can, against the granting o fthis discharge at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said county to be held on the first Monday in August 1917. Given under my hand and of ficial signature, this 2nd day of July 1917. W. J. Tidwell, Ordinary. Georgia, Forsyth County. To all whom it may concern: D. M. Redd administrator upon the estate of Mrs. L. D. Redd, late of said county, deceased, has in due form applied to me for leave to sell the lands belong ing to the estate of said deceas ed, and said application will be heard at the regular term of Court of Ordinary for said coun ty to be held on the first Monday in August 1917. Given under my hand and of ficial signature, this 2nd day of July 1917. W. J. Tidwell, Ordinary. Notice to Debtprs and Creditors All persons having claims or demands against the estate of J. R. Black, deceased, late of said county, are hereby notified to present the same to the un dersigned, properly proven, at once, and all persons indebted to said estate are required to make immediate payment. Ju ly 3rd, 1917. S. H. Allen Executor. Now is the time to sow Ruta- Bega turnip seeds. Don’t for get and let the time pass for planting and sowing to pro diV,v,e ' heavy supply of food a.g°° a , Pirkle, ed - For Lagrippe Cough Use Foley’s Honey and jai For Many Years the Standard Family Cough Medicine for Old and Young It’s quick in action, just a few doses help. It stops the head-splitting, rack ing cough that tears at ycur chest and lungs and sccius to fluy your throat. “Oh. for a bottle of FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR to stop thia awful coughing." The Human Factors In Good Service There are three parties to every tele phone conversation—the party calling the trained operator, and the party who answers. All three share alike the respon . sibility for quick and accurate telephr service. The calling party should give <' ' rect number in a distinct ing directly into the transm.. wait at the telephone until the pr swers or the operator reports. The party should answer promptly. Patience on the part of the tr user and the telephone operator sential to good service. 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Large library. Fine gymnasium. Low rates. Before placing your son elsewhere, read our catalog. A. M. HUGHLETT, A. M., LL. D., R-aamaster, Oxford. Ga. W §;QQ(3(*J©EI (paiSoa Every Housewife or \ Mother is ever under \Il that Nervous StrainJj| which so often results in Headaches, Dizzy Sensations, Faintness, Depression and other jf Nervous Disorders. Dr. Miles dadly run down. HT r D 1/ I M P “I had herome greatly run dr,wit it Lli V lit and. my nerve-? weie in terrible T ' “ condition. 1 had frequent head aches and became very weak and • t ii nil w s unable to do anythin*?. I is Highly Recommended bought & bottle of Dr. mu etc N*rv. ine. 1 soon began to feel bettc-*, in Q, lr k my fn.'r' - were quieted. I re iia uuca vuaca* covered i strength, and have since recrJ nine; ded I>r. Miles', Nervine IF FIRST BOTTLE FAILS TO to rfany of my friends who have nv ,_ l# u.sri it with satisfactory result#.' BENEFIT, YOUR MONEY WILL FRANCES WHITLOCK, EE REFUNDED. 17y Broad way, Schenectady, N. Y. It heals the inflamed mucous lining of your throat and bronchial tubes. For , all coughs, colds, croup, whoopir*' cough, bronchitis, tickling thro hoarsness, for children and persons, use Folky’s I Compound. 25c, 50c am Rend what a user says: i. lins, expostma: ter, Barnegut, N writes: “Foley's Honey and Tar m stopped the severe lagrippe cou/-l completely exhausted me. It can i i*. beat.” Safe and reliable. Rememlier the name, Foi.Ry’s Honey and T ar Com* pound, and uccept no subststute.