THURSDAY. JUXE 60, 1921.
Letters of Administration.
GEORGIA —Barrow county.
Claude Mayne of said state, having,
in roper form, applied, as a person se
lected as the next of kin, for letters of
administration on the estate of James
A. DeLay, late of said county, this is
t cite all and singular, the creditors,
heirs of said James A. DeLay, deceas
ed, to appear at my office at the July
Term of the Court of Ordinary of said
county, and show cause, if any, why
permanent letters of administration
should not be granted to said Claud
Mayne as prayed for.
This the 6th day of June, 1921.
C. W. PARKER, Ordinary.
Dismission of Guardianship
GEORGIA —Barrow county.
M. R. Lay, Guardian of Lener Hay
nie, Curtis Ha'ynie and Gerlie Haynie,
has applied to me for a discharge from
hid Guardianship of Lener Haynie,
Curtis Haynie and Gerlie Haynie, this
is therefore to notify all persons con
cerned, to file their objections, if any
they have, on or before the first Mon
day in July next, else M. R. Lay will
be discharged from his Guardianship
as applied for.
C. W. PARKER,
Ordinary of Barrow County.
GEORGIA —Barrow county.
The appraisers duly appointed to set
apart a year’s support for the widow
and minor children of X. D. Attaway,
late of said county, deceased, having
filed their returns setting apart a said
twelve months’ support.
This is to cite the next of kin and
all creditors ofthe said X. D. Attaway
that I will pass upon the said returns
at the regular July term, 1921, of the
Court of Ordinary of Barrow county,
All parties concerned are required to
show cause at that time, if any they
have, why the said returns shall not
be made a judgment of this court.
This the Gth day of June 1921.
C. W. PARKER, Ordinary.
Notice of Sale.
GEORGIA —Barrow county.
Under and by virtue of an order duly
granted by the Superior Court of Bar
row county, Georgia, will be sold be
fore the courthouse door in said county
between the legal hours of sale on the
sth day of July, 1921. to the highest
and liest bidder for cash, one Buick
Roadster automobile with Motor No.
426,028, Licence Xo. 111.164. 'Said
property having been seized w idle
transporting intoxicating liquors in
said county contrary to law, and hav
ing been condemned and confiscated
and ordered sold according to law as
the property of Lee Kinney.
This 2 day of June, 1921.
of H. O. CAMP, Sheriff.
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Sharon News I
Sunday school and It. Y. l\~U. — at
this place are on a boom.
Mr. J. H. Parks and Mrs. Bary
Blankenship spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Brock.
Mr. T. A. Deaton and son. Hoke, Mr.
W. C. Lancaster and Mr. Will Rowles
made a business trip to Winder Satur
day afternoon. They report Winder
on a boom. Barrow county is proud
of such a progressive capital city.
Messrs. Preston Banks and L. C.
Stone made a business trip to Brasel
ton Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Simpson are the
proud parents of a baby boy. He has
been christened Royce Randall. Both
mother and babe are doing fine.
Mr. Royee Vermillion was the guest
of Miss Eva Jane Lancaster for awhile
Miss Rosa Mae McDougal, of Bost
wick spent a few days recently with
Misses Eva Jane Lancaster and Lois
Langford. Miss McDougal will be re
membered as the former teacher at this
place and was much loved and respect
ed by all who knew her.
Mr. J. Hubert Lancaster attended the
ball game at Braselton Saturday after
noon and reported it just flue.
Mr. G. W. Maddox has been on the
sick list for a few days; we hope to
report him better soon.
Mr. J. H. Parks spent Saturday night
with Mr. W. L. Brock, of County Line.
The convicts of Barrow county have
done splendid work on the roads which
was very much needed.
School will begin at this place July
11th, under the fine management of
our teacher, Miss Gwendolyn Mann.
Miss M.vrtie Watson, Mr. Amos
Rainey, Miss Eva Jane Lancaster and
Mr. Royce M. Vermillion were out rid
ing Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Duncan and
family, of Auburn, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Parks Sunday after
Messrs Feagnns were in Winder last
week attending court.
Messrs. Titsliaw, Karr, Boggs, Lan
caster, of Braselton, were a the B. Y.
P. u. Sunday night.
Misses Laura Mae and Eva Jane
Lancaster wen 1 in Hoschton shopping
The Woodchucks jurneyed up to
Flowery Branch Saturday afternoon
and played a fast game of ball but
were defeated for the first time by a
score of 7 to 14 in favor of lion pry
Branch. They will piny again at the
Woodchucks’ ball park, in Mr. J. W.
Park’s pasture on July 9th.
Mr. Lester Simpson of Parish Acad
emy spent Sunday afternoon uitli Mi
Messrs. Cook, Manus and Kilgore
spent Saturday night with Mr. C. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moulder spent
Sunday afternoon with the former’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Cruec.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Brock spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brock.
Miss Ollie Murphy and others not
known to the writer, passed through
this burg Sunday afternoon.
Everybody come to the B. Y. P. 1 •
and the Sunday school.
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was so weakened,” writes Mrs.
W. F. Ray, of Easley, S. C.
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two months, still I didn’t get
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Miss Emma Holloway and Miss Har
rison visited Miss Etta Smith Tuesday.
Misses Finell, Janett and Jewell Da
vis. of Bethlehem, spent Tuesday night
with their sister, Mrs. R. K. Carswell.
Miss Ruble Day visited Miss Druewil
lie Thomas Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. J. O. Austin and children, of
Winder, spent the weekend with her
brother and sister, Mr. Calvin anil Miss
Master Thomas and Miss Finell Da
vis. of near Bethlehem, spent Friday
night and Saturday with their sister,
Mrs. R. K. Carswell.
Miss Mollie Vmith visited Miss Etta
Smith Friday afternoon.
Mr. anil Mrs. li. K. Carswell spent
Saturday night with the latter’s par
ents, Mr. anil Mrs. S. W. Davis of near
Misses Cnllie and Grace Thomas spent
Sunday afternoon with Miss Clara
Mr. and Mrs. O. I). Cheek visited Mr.
and Mrs. C. G. Ethridge Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Phillips of near
Sharon spent Sunday night with the
latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. X. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Pack Holman were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ethridge spent
Saturday night with Mrs. Celia Wood
Messrs Arthur Wages anil Tom Wood
were guests of Mr. Sylvester Cheek
Little Misses Uel Cheek and Rochelle
Phillips spent Saturday night with
their grandparents, Mr. anil Mrs. Adam
Little Miss Adel Ethridge spent Sun
day with Miss Gerilie Wood.
Mr. G. I. Wood is In Atlanta the
guest of his brother, Mr. W. A. Wood.
Mr. Paul Crenshaw was the Sunday
afternoon guest of Miss Woodie Fay
Misses Leila and Lula Feagan were
guests of Misses Xezzie anil Delphina
Wood, Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. E. A. Wood spent Sunday night
with her daughter, Mrs. Lula Mont
Mr. and Mrs. Parks Phillips spent
Sunday night with the latter’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wages.
Mr. George Pope anil children visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ethridge Sun
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BILL TO STOP
Every Georgian who owns an auto
mobile or who expects to own one
should be interested in the passage of
a bill to be presented at this session
of the legislature which is destined to
stop the stealing of automobiles by
making it practically impssible to sell
a stolen car.
The bill provides that whenever a
car is sold the seller must fill out a bill
of sale giving the engine number anil
other identifying marks. One copy of
this is sent to the Secretary of State
and one retained by the buyer of the
enr. The buyer shall report to the
sheriff of his county within ten days
and the sheriff will inspect the car and
see that it “checks” with that described
in the bills of sale. Penalties are pro
vided for altering serial numbers of au
tomobiles and for forgery or alterations
of bills of sale.
S. A. L. Schedule
In Effect May Ist, 1921.
Xo. 11 arrives 0 :32 a.m.
Xo. 17 arrives 8:42 a. in.
Xo. 5 arrives 3 :00 p.m.
Xo. 29 arrives 7 :27 p.m.
Xo. 30 arrives 9:15 a.m.
Xo. 6 arrives 2:65 p.m.
Xo. IS arrives 7 :<H) p.m.
Xo. 12 arrives 11:07 p.m.
GAINESVILLE MIDLAND RAILWAY
SCHEDULE—Effective May Bth, 1921.
Xo. 6 leaves Winder 8:62 A.M. Sun.
Xo. 14 leaves Winder 8:45 A.M. Dai
Xo. 5 leaves Winder 11:30 A.M. Daily
Xo. 13 leaves Winder 3:15 P.M. Daily
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