THURBRAY, MAY 5, 1021.
Mr. and Mrs. John Evans and daugh
ter of Carithers Mill were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Boh Patton last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wages of Provi
dence spent Saturday night and Sun
day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. B. Miller.
Miss Marie Haynie was the guest of
Pearlie and Zora Hammond
Mr. and Mrs. Job Haynie and chil
dren spent Saturday afternoon with
Mrs. H. A. Hardigree.
The convicts are grading some fine
roads here which were badly needed.
Misses Minnie Mae Wood and Nor
ma Hardigree spent Saturday night
with Miss Lueile Miller.
Misses Fanny and Mellie Kilgore en
tertained the Junior Girls’ Hewing club
Mrs. H. L. Ray and daughter, Rob
bie, were the guests of her father, Mr.
W. T. Pricltett Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Harper and daughter,
of Bogart spent Sunday with Mrs.
IF B. Miller.
Several of our young people enjoy
ed a most delightful picnic at Mltch
Mrs. H. E. Haynie is very sick at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Anna Ham
Mias Minnie Mae Wood was the guest
of Miss Jewell Williamson Thursday
Miss Myrtle McDonald spent Satur
day night with Miss Lola Elder at
Mr. Hillie and Miss Avery Bedlugfield
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Bediugfleld, of Winder Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Butler were
the dinner guests of Misses Bunie and
Cieo Wall Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mobley were the
guetds of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson
Mrs. J. I). Wall and children were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mobley
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wilburn spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Wil
laiuise and Mozelle Mobley six-ut
Sunday with Louise and Ethel Porter.
Mr. Bud Johnson spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
' Mr. Bud JoUhson spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mobley and chil
dren were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Mobley of ('anthers Mill Friday
Mrs, Jim Johnson is on tin- sick list
Mr. and Mrs. George McDonald spent
Sund ay afternoon with Mrs. Jessie
\ Mr. U. L. Mobley and Mt. Jim Jones
of this community have purchased a
new threshing machine and will be
ready for business when the grain crop
Misses Gladys and Rosa Lee Chan
dler of Stathaiu were dinner guests
of Misses Ollie Mae and Odelia Mobley
Mr. Hillie and Miss Avery Bedlng
field attended the party at Miss Eudlue
Jones Saturday night.
Mrs. Fannie Millsaps and Miss Ida
Brown of Stathaiu were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Will Thomas Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Jones and fam
ily spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Johnnie Jones of Oak Grove.
*Mis Alice Klee man of near Victory
wa the guest of Mrs. Arthur House
one day last week.
Miss Fannie Sima spent Friday night
with Miss Annie Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Murphy were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Har
dy Friday night.
' Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hudgins are the
proud parents of a girl born April M.
A large crowd from here attended
the all day services at Mt. Morith Sun
day. , „
Mrs. Arthur House visited Mrs. Mel
vin Murphy Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Attlcus Wheeler vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hudgins last
Mr. G. W. Hardy made a business
trip to Braselton Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Dell Sims visited Miss Ollie
Murphy Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Attaway spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
M. H. Hudgins
Mrs E E. Clark visited Mrs. Jesse
Sims Friday afternoon.
Miss Sadie Vanderford spent Satur
day night in Hosohton.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur House visited
near Paris Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Russ Flanigan of near
Oreshamvllle visited in this burg Sat
urday and Sunday.
Miss Annie Brown spent last Mon
day afternoon with Mrs. Judson Brown.
Several from here attended the Chil
dren’s Day at Berthjehem last Sunday.
lhw. J. C. Harbin filled the pulpit at
Appalachee last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adams visited
their father, Mr. Milt Adams last Sun
day who is quite ill; we hope he will
Mr. and Mrs. G. W T . Brown spent
Sunday afternoon with W. T. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shore, of near
Paradise, spent Saturday night and
Sunday with the latter’s parent*, Mr.
W. T. Brown.
Mr. Judson Brown and family *pent
Saturday afternoon in Winder.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Edwards spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
T. W. Partee.
Mr and Mrs. C. A. Edwards and fam
ily motored to Carl last Tuesday.
We nrc all glad to know that little-
X. B. Brown’s arm, which was broken
April stli, is getting along nicely.
Several from here are going to the
children's exercises at Campton next
Nick Helton, Reuben Brown, Misses
Annie Brown mid Emma Manders mo
tored to LnwrencevriTe last week.
Clyde Helton and Roy Manders of
near Auburn spent last Saturday with
Mrs. Maty Pruitt, and daughter
Omie. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmie Odum of near Bethlehem.
Mr. Willie Par tee was the guest of
Miss Annie Brown Sunday.
Mrs. Judson Brown spent Tuesday
’.fbernnon with Mrs. Bertie Show*.
The true glory of a state la prosper
ity at home and respect abroad.
We may set it down ai a great
truth, 1 think, that the sense of mo
notony and drudgery In our work gen
erally sliows that we have come to
put our emphasis In the wrong place—
that we have become concerned more
In getting our work done and off our
hands than Id the way we are doing
tt. Change the emphasis to the tatter,
and the situation will be mastered.
The sense of drudgery will vanish, and
the life and the work will have an
other fispecL--M Q. Simons.
Many persons, otherwise
vigorous and healthy, are
bothered occasionally with
Indigestion. The effects of a
disordered stomach on the
system are dangerous, and
prompt treatment of indiges
tion is Important. “The only
medicine I have needed has
been something to aid diges
tion and clean the liver,
writes Mr. Fred Ashby, a
McKinney. Texas, farmer.
“My medicine ia
for indigestion and stomach j
trouble of any kind. I have
never found anything that
touches the spot, like Black-
Draught. I take it in hroken
doses after meals. For a long
time I tried pills, which grip
ed and didn’t give the good
results. Binck-Draught liver
medicine is easy to take, easy
to keep, inexpensive.”
Get a package from your
druggist today —Ask for and
insist upon Tliedford’s —the
Get it today.
isa EM !
State of Georgia, County of Barrow.
After four (4) weeks’ notice, pursu
ant to §3605 of Park’s Annotated Code,
a petition, of which a true and correct
copy is subjoined, will be presented to
the Honorable Blanton Fortson, Judge
of the Superior Court of Barrow coun
ty, at Athens, Ga., at the Court House
of Clarke county, at the Chambers of
the Judge of the Superior Court of the
Western Circuit, on May 21 1921, at
11 o’clock, A. M.
W. H. PITMAN, Guardian.
STATE OF GEORGIA,
COUNTY OF BARROW.
To the Honorable Blanton Fortson,
Judge of the Superior Court of said
The petition of W. H. Pittman shows
That he is the legal guardian, as well
as the natural guardian, of Allie Pitt
man, a minor girl under fourteen years
of age, and that he was heretofore duly
appointed as such guardiau in the coun
ty of Gwinnett, In the year 1908.
That petitioner is the father of said
Allie Pittman and that the mother of
said minor child was Mrs. M. A. Pitt
man, deceased, who died on February
20th, 1908, intestate, and left as her
heirs the said Allie Pittman, her daugh
ter, and petitioner, her husband, and
petitioner and the said minor were
her only heirs-at-law.
That at the time of the death of the
wife of petitioner she was seized in fee
of a certain tract of land, then located
in Rocky Creek District, Gwinnett
county, Georgia, now incorporated in
Auburn District of Barrow county,
Georgia, it being the tract trf land con
veyed to Mrs. M. A. Pittman by her
father, containing, according to tike
original survey, one hundred (100>
acres of land, more or less, and con>>-
inencing t a rock ewtaer with land)
formerly belonging to William Wages,,
now belonging to J. CL. Wiod. and
thence along, the line of Che said Wages
Wood tract of land to a post oak cor
ner ; thence west to the corner of B. P.
Wuges’ land; tlience to a rock corner;
thence a straight line northeast to a
Hack-gum on the Hurricane Shoals
public road; thence west to a rock cor
ner on road ; thence northeast to a rock
comer; then-je northwest? to a rock
comer; thence west to a corner or. Jim
Smith’s and John Clack's line; tlier.ce
emit aiong Jim Smith’s line to a maple
corner at the branch ; thence a straight
line to ft rock at the beginning corner,
said land being bounded By lands of
B. P. Wages,. John G. Wood, Lovic
Pharr, Hoyt Green, John W. Clack,
and J. E. Snath, and the said tract of
land Is now occupied ns a: home by pe
titioner and his family, including the
■said minor, AUie Pittman.
That under the laws of descent and
distribution of the State of Georgia,
petitioner and tlie said Allie Pittman
being the sole beirs-at law of Mrs. M.
A. Pittman, deceased, each became
seised in fee with an undivided half in
terest iu the said tract of land, and
since the 20th day of February, 1908.
have t t-aded, owned and possessed, and
do now teud, own aud possess the said
tract of land, as the heirs-at-law of
the said Mrs. M. A. Pittman, deceas
Petitioner further shows that be de
sires to sell the entire tract of laud for
the reason that it would not be ad
vantageous to sell an undivided one
hulf interest, so as to separate the in
terest belonging to petitioner and the
interest belonging to the said minor,
and to bring about the result he desires
to offer, not only the undivided one
half interest of said minor child, at
private sale, but also the undivided
one-half interest belongiug to petition
er, so as to obtain the best possible
price for the said tract of land already
Petitioner further shows that it will
be to the advantage of the estate of
said minor, as well as to the petitioner
for him to be allowed to make a pri
vate sale of said entire property, in
cluding the interest of said minor, for
the reason that the sale of the undi
vided one-half interest would hardly
be attractive to a purchaser, and for
further reason that it is impractical
to hnve a partition of said property,
for the reason that the improvements
on the said tract of land are so situ
ated that an equitable division could
not be had; and petitioner further
shows that lie has already had advan
tageous offers made to him in private
of a value greater than could be ot>-
tainod at a public sale.
Petitioner shows that the said minor
child has arrived at the age when she
needs a separate and independent prop
erty, so that the income thereof may
be used for her education and proper
support, and that considerable money
will be necessary therefor; and pe
titioner desires to re-invest one-half of
the proceeds derived from the sale of
said tract of land, after paying the cost
of tills proceeding, either In other
lands or in approved securities, or to
lend the same on real estate security,
THE WINDER NEWS
as may appear best to petitioner, who,
as the father and natural guardian of
said minor, la concerned for her beet
Petitioner further shows that notice
of his intention to make this applica
tion has been published once a week
for four (4) weeks in The Winder
News, a newspaper in the said county
of Barrow, in which the county adver
tisements are published, as required
by law; and also in the Gwinnett Jour
nal, a newspaper In the county of Gwin
nett, In which the county advertise
ments are published,
WHEREFORE, Petitioner asks for
an order of the Court, as provided by
law, allowing a sale of the undivided
one-half interest in said tract of land
belonging to the saM Allie Pittman, to
be re-invested as already set out for the
benefit of the said ward.
W. H. PITTMAN, Guardian.
G. A. JOHNS,
Atty. for Petitioner.
Post Oak Locals
Mr. Carl Harrison and Mr. Harry
Holloway spent Friday night with Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Sims.
Master Willie Delay of near Paradise
spent Saturday night with Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Holloway and family.
Mr. A. i. Casey .spent last week with
his sons and daughters of Oconee.
Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Smith and Mr.
Carl Yearwood of Winder, were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Holloway Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Holloway spent
Wednesday night with Mr and Mrs.
Miss Lillie Mae lloßowaj spent Wed
nesday night with Misses Susie semli
Mr. and. Mrs. C. B. Austin were in
Winder Friday shopping.
Mrs, Ralph Sims spent Thursday
'night and Fridt*y wiffi lier parents*
Mr. and Mrs. S. IT. Harrison.
Mrs. L. P. Miller spent tbp week-end
with her sister, Mrs. Bush Edgar.
Master Clyde Holloway is spending
a- few day* with Ws sfster, Mrs. H. F
f irsey of near Gratis.
A dime and a quarter jwys for a din
rjer at the BGed Cross benefit Saturday,
Seaboard Announces Reduced Fares to Chattanooga,
Tennessee, account Southern Baptist Convention
May 12 to 18, 1921.
The following round trip fares will apply:
Winder, Ga.. ... ........ ** * * fH'o-
Athens, Ga ... • •
Lawrenceville, Ga . . . • • • slo.oo
Route beyond Atlanta via N. C. & St. L. Ry.
Dates of sale May 9th to May 12, inclusive. Tickets will be validated May 12-21,
inclusive, and returning, original starting point must be reached not later than midnight.
May 21, 1921.
SCHEDULE —Leave Winder at 6:53 A. M. 3:00 P. M. 7:15 P. M.
Leave Athens at 6:17 A. M. 2:24 P. M. 6:33 P. M.
Leave Lawrenceville at 7 :28 A. M. 3:33 P. M. 7 :50 P. M.
Arrive Atlanta at 7 :50 A. M. 3 :50 PM. 8:30 P. M.
Dining cars and sleepers.
Leave Atlanta (The Baptist Special) 8:00 A. M. May 12. Arrive Chattanooga 12:00,
noon, May 12. Other daily service N. C. & St. L. as follows Leave Atlanta 8:05 AM.
8:40 A. M. 5 PM. 8:30 PM. Arrive Chattanooga 12 :50 P. M. 1:00 P. M. 10:30 P.
M ; 1:12 AM. Sleepers may be occupied on train that reaches Chattanooga at 1.12 A.
M. until 7:00 A.M.
For further information or Pullman reservation call on nearest ticket agent or
FRED GEISSLER, Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent, S. A. L. Railway, Atlanta, Georgia.
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