THURSDAY. MARCH 24. 1021.
PETITION FOR CHARTER.
State of Georgia—Barrow County.
To the Superior Court of Said Cos.
The petition If E. C. Hill, O. N. Bag
well, and Warren House, all of said
State and County, respectfully shows.
desire for themselves, their
associates and successors to he incor
porated and made a body politic un
der the name and style of PE( >PLES
FUEL CO., for the perld of 20 years.
The principal olßce of said Compa
ny shall be in the City of Winder,
State and County aforesaid, but pe
titioners desire the right to establish
branch offices within this State or
elsewhere, whenever the holders of
the majority of this stock may so de
The object of said corporation is
pecuniary gain to itself and its share
The business to be carried on by
said corporation is that of buying and
selling at both wholesale and retail,
coal and wood and other articles of
fuel, the conduct of a general mercan
tile business including groceries, food
stuffs and such other wares of mer
chandise as in usually dealt in by a
general mercantile business; and to
carry on farming operations.
The capital stock of said corpora
tion shall be Fifteen Thousand (sls,*
ooo.oo) Dollars, with the privilege of
increasing same to the sum of Iwen
ty-Five Thousand ($25,ooo.oo) Dol
lars by a majority vote of the stock
holders, said stock to be divided into
stum's of One Hundred ($100.00) dol
Jars each. Ten i>er cent, of the a
mount of the capital to l)e employed
by them has been actually paid In.
Petitioners desire the right to have
subscriptions to the said stock paid
in money or property to be taken at
it fair valuation.
Petitioners desire the right to sue
and be sued, to plead and be implead
ed, to have and use a common seal,
to make all necessary by-laws and reg
ulations and to do all other things
that maybe necessary for a successful
carrying on of said business, includ
ing the right to buy and hold and sell
real estate and personal property suit
able to the purpose of the corporation
and to execute notes and bonds as
evidence of indebtedness incurred or
which may Ik> incurred in the con
duct of the nffalrs of the corporation
and to secure the same by mortgage,
security deed, or other form of lien
under existing laws.
They desire for said incorporation
the power and authority to apply for
and accept amendments to its charter
of either form or substance by a vote
of the majority of its stock-holders
outstanding at the time. They also
ask authority for said incorporation
to whd up its affairs, liquidate and
dißcontVpue its business at any time
it may desire to do so by vote of two
thirds of its stock outstanding at the
They desire for the said incorpora
tion the right of renewal when and ns
provided by the laws of Georgia, and
that it have all such other rights, pow
ers. privileges and immunities as are
incident to like incorporations or per
nJi'saihle under the laws of Georgia.
Wherefore, petitioners pray to be
incorporated under the name and style
aforesaid with the powers, privileges
and immunities herein set forth, and
as are now or may .hereafter he al
lowed a corporation of similar charac
ter under the laws of Georgia.
G. A. JOHNS,
J. O. PRATT,
Georgia, Barrow County.
Office of Clerk of Superior Court of
I, A. T. Harrison, Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Barrow county, hereby
certify that the foregoing is a true
and corns’t copy of tin* application
for charter, as the same appears of die
in this office.
This 23rd day of March. 1921.
A. T. HARRISON,
Clerk Superior* Court.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert us Day were the
guests of Mrs. John Carlyle Sunday.
Miss Robbie Maffett spent the week
end with Miss Mollie Smith.
The singing was enjoyed by all pres
ent. Several good leaders were there.
Mr. and Mrs. F. 1. Wood and son.
Oscar, of Athens, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. J. I>. Wood.
Miss Ruby Stewart spent last week
with her aunt, Mrs. Clem Aamstead.
There will be an Easter exercise
here next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
Mrs. Emily llonton is very ill at
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mobley anal
mother spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Stewart.
Our Sunday school is progressing
nicely. Everybody is Invited to attend.
(Glad to get your locals but always
sign your real name, not for publica
tion. but that we may know who
Rev. W. B. McDonald, of Maysville.
was In the city last Saturday and gave
the News an appreciated visit.
Mr. J. N. Smith, of Bethlehem, was
a visitor to the city last
For the Easter
One of the most pleasant things about the
new Spring Shoes is their moderate pricing,
made possible through changed market
conditions, and very careful buying.
One and two strap brown and black kid
with high French heels.
$6.00 and $6.50
Brown and Tdack Suede with new modi
fied French covered heels and full French
SIO.OO and $10.50
These must be seen to be appreciated.
“We Fit to Measure.”
Having sold our automobile business in
Winder, we have moved our offices to the
building formerly occupied by the Carith
ers Banking Company, corner Broad and
Candler streets. All parties indebted to us
are requested to call at our office and make
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7 Decatur St. 70 Peachtree St,
(TWO STORES IN ATLANTA) J
Greater buying power—larger volume
quick CASH turnover smaller profits
—and lower operating expenses enables
Kibler & Long to give you most for
your clothing money —at all times.
Every garment all wool and guaran
teed to give you long sfcrvice and com
plete satisfaction. j -
**33 STORES IN THE U. S. A.
THE WINDER NEWS
We arc( having beautiful weather
Rev. 8. D. Bryant filled his regular
appointment here Saturday and Sun
Mr. Read Grizzel was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Butler Sunday.
Mrs. Gertie Jones and Miss Lucile
Davis were the guests of Misses Reda
and Ada Head Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Davis and sis
ter, Lucile, spent awhile with Miss
Mattie Bell Butler Sunday afternoon.
Miss Eufa Robertson, of Winder,
visited her brother, Frank and wife
Miss Mattie Bell Butler spent Satur
day with Miss Lucile Davis.
Mr. Sam Jones motored to Atlanta
Mrs. J. n. Butler spent Sunday with
Mrs. C. S. Head.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dobb visited
Miss Mattie Bell Butler Sunday night.
Miss Minnie Bullock Bpent Sunday
with Miss Alma Conner.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness and sym
pathy shown to us (luring the sickness
und death of our loving daughter and
sister. May God’s richest blessings
rest upon each and everyone.
Mrs. Julia Wall
Mr. W. M. Wall
Mrs. W. C. Mobley
Mrs. J. D. AVillburn
Miss Sunie Wall
Miss Cleo WalL
Mr. C. W. Ayers, of near Monroe,
was a visitor in Winder last Saturday.
Which Costs More?
TO HAVE INSURANCE AND NOT NEED IT—
TO NEED INSURANCE AND NOT HAVE IT
WE INSURE ANYTHING AGAINST EVERYTHING
North Georgia Trust & Banking
S. F. MAUGHON, Manager
Cash or Its Equivalent Only
We sincerely wish every one to understand and be
advised that this from credit to cash basis is not a re
flection on the credit of any of our customers. Condi
are such that it has made it absolutely necessary for
us to begin making ONE DOLLAR do the work of TWO
By eliminating the necessity of obtaining loans to car
ry accounts we shall be able to offer you Groceries and
Feedstuffs at prices that will mean a substantial sav
ing to you.
Your past patronage has always been greatly appre
ciated by us and we hope you will give us the opportu
nity of serving you in the future, and remember we will
have associated with us every Saturday R. D. Moore,
the Old Reliable Meat Man, who will assist us in filling
your wants in the ffiest of all meats. Awaiting this op
portunity to serve you we are, respectfully yours,
Watson-Glover & Cos.
PLENTY OF MONEY
For loans on farm lands. Lowest rate of interest; prompt service.
HUBERT M. RYLEE
Holman Bldg. ATHENS, GA. TEL. 1576
To tbe PUBLIC of BARROW COUNTY:
1 wish to announce that I am representing the old reliable firm of
J. R. Watkins Company and in a short time will be at your homes with
a supply of Peppers, Spices, Extracts, Soaps, Stock Tonic, Poultry
Tonic, in fact, a full line of the Watkins Products, which is as good
as money can buy and the cheapest in America, quality and quantity
The fact that Watkins Company has grown from a one-man business
to a corporation of eight million dollars capital, the largest company
of the kind in all the world is proof of its superiority over other com
panies of its kind.
In a few days or weeks the Watkins store will be at your door and
I hbpe that I may supply at least a. part of your needs in my line.
I will exchange goods for chickens, eggs, butter or any country pro
duce that I can sell or use at highest market prices.
Wait for the Watkins Man.
P. S.—You will find the Watkins goods with Mr. S. M. StJohn at
Winder. Anyone who would like to consider contracting to sell Wat
kins products, I will be glad to furnish you application blank and any
information you may desire. There is some very good vacant terri
tory not far distant.
SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR