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GEORGIA- Barrow County.
To all whom it may concern :
H. W. St<>ed of said state, having in
proper form, applied for permanent let
ters of administration on the estate of
Mrs. Cora Steed, late of said county,
deceased, this is to cite all and singular
the creditors and next of kin of Mrs.
Cora Steed, decas<*d, to h and uppeiil
at the Court of Ordinary of said comi
ty, at tin*- November term, 1921, and
vhow cause, if any they have or can.
ivhy permanent letters of adtninidta
llou should not tie granted to said 11.
*V, Steed on tile said estate.
Witness my ottieial signature this
Kid day of (let. 1921
t . W. PARKER. tirdinary.
Leave fo Sell.
GEORGIA Barrow county.
To w horn it may concern :
Notice is hereliy given that J. 11.
Parks, and J. W. Parks, as admlnistra
tralors of Mrs. Mary .1. Parks, deeeas
ol. having applitsi to me by petition tor
leave to sell the real estate of said Mrs.
Mary J. Parks, deceased; and that an
order was made there on at tilt 1 Octo
ber term, 1021, for citation, and that
citation issue; all the heirs at law and
creditors of the said Mrs. Mary J.
Parks, dceeaaed, will take notice that I
will pass upon said application at the
November term, 1021. of the Court of
Ordinary of Barrow county, and that
unless cause is shown to the contrary
lit said term, said leave will lie grant
ed. This the 3rd day of October, 1021.
C. W PARKER, Ordinary.
Leave to Sell.
GEORGIA- Harrow comity.
To Whom it may com-i-rn :
Notice is hereby given that .1 H. Ad-
Hins, as administrator of Mrs. Caroline
Adams, deceased, having Middled to me
tty petition for leave to sell the real
estate of said Mrs. Caroline Adams, de
ceased; and that an order was made
thereon at the October term, 1921, for
citation, and that citation issue; all
•the heirs at law and creditors of the
said Mrs. Caroline Adams, deceased,
will take notice that 1 will pass upon
said application at the November term,
ID2I, of the Court of Ordinary of Har
row county, and that, unless cause is
shown to the contrary, at said term,
said leave will he granted. This 3rd
day of October, 1921.
<- W. HARK HR, Ordinary.
GEORGIA- Harrow county.
Ity virtue of the authority vested In
nc under the terms of the will of the
late Mrs. Jennie Moulder, deceased, I
will sell on the tlrst Tuesday ill Novem
ber, before the Court House in said
county, between the legal hours of
sale, to the highest and best bidder for
cash, the following described proper
All that tract or parcel of land lying
and being in said state and county,
find in the city of Winder, Georgia, be
ginning on Athens street, and running
North 270 feet to a stake wilier ; th in e
\y SO feet to a stake corner thence
11 1-2 W 51 feet to a stake corner,
4hence S 2 E 220 feet to stake corner on
Athens street, thence with street S so'.j
W 81 feet to the beginning turner, con
taining one-half acre, more or less,
also adjoining the above, a parcel of
'land commencing (i ft. S of Mrs. 11. *
Horton, corner running S 4:! It to rock
corner, thence W I! ft: thence N 43 ft.
thence K 3 ft to starting corner, con-
taining 129 ft more or less. Also,tract
us follows, commencing at rock cor
ner on side walk on West corner of K.
M. Moulder lot. running I*l Mi rt
North on said line to rock corner, thence
West 10 ft, thence South I*l'g tt to
side walk, thence 10 ft east to starting
corner containing I*ls sq. teet, more or
The above described lands compose
the lot known as the H. M. Mouldei
lot, on Athens street in the t ity ot
Winder, Georgia, on lot is a six room
frame dwelling in good repair, having
recently been covered and painted and
otherwise repaired, and is in good con
Also at same time and pi aw will
be sold a lot of liousehdlorro
he sold a lot of household goods, be
longing to the estate of Mrs. Jennie
K. t\ STARK.
Administrator of Mrs. Jennie Moulder,
Tit is Sept. 29tli, 1921.
Leave to Sell.
GEORGIA Harrow county.
To ail Whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that W. L
Hush and M. .1. Gritleth. as adminis
Ira tors of W. 11. Hush, deceased, hav
ing applied to me by petition for leave
to sell the real estate of said W. 11.
Bush, deceased, and that an order was
made thereon at the October term, 1921,
for citation, and that citation issue; all
the heirs at law and creditors of the
said IV. H. Bush, deceased, “dll take
notice that I will pass upon said appli
cation at the November term, 1921, of
the Court of Ordinary of Barrow coun
ty, and that unless cause is shown to
the oontrury, nt said term, said leave
will la* granted. This 3rd day of Oct.
c. \\\ PARKER, Ordinary.
lit the District Court of the l, S.,
Northern District of Georgia, as a
Court of Bankruptcy.
In Ke: "William A. Collins, Bank
rupt. In Bankruptcy.
The creditors of the debtor above
named, a resident of Statluim, Ga., in
the county of Harrow, said district, are
hereby notified that lie was on Septin-
Irer 20tli, lirjl. duly adjudicated hunk
nipt and the first meeting of Ids cred
itors will he held at the office of Ref ree
at Lawrenceville, Gu., Oetohet Mb, 1821.
(K. TANARUS.) at which time the said credi
tors may attend, prove their claims, ap
point a trustee, examine the bankrupt
ami transact such other business as
may properly come before said meet
N. L. HUTCHINS,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Lawrenceville, Ga., Sept. 2*. 1021.
GEORGIA Barrow county.
Pursuant to a decree of the Superior
Court of Barrow county, rendered on
September .'to. 1821, in the matter of T.
C. Flanigan vs. John A. Skelton, Caleb
Wood and Mrs. Cassie Wood Hutchins,
intervenors, and to the authority there
in conveyed, we, the undersigned, a.s
ommissioners, duly named and appoint
ed by said court, will on the first Tues
day in November, 1821, during the legal
hours of sail 1 , to the highest bidder for
cash, before the court house door of
Barrow county, the following real es-
All that tract or parcel of land lying
and being in Auburn district of Har
row (formerly Gwinnett) county, Geor
gia containing one hundred acres, more
or less, hounded on the North by lands
of k. v. Wood, J. G. Wood and others;
on the East by lands of E. V. Wood,
John Ethridge, and others; on tin
smith by lands of W. W. Harks, and
by lands of John Williams; and on the
West by lands of J. G. Wood and others,
and known as the Holly Skelton old
home place whereon she resided at the
time of her death, and whereon John
Skelton now resides," and being tin
same tract as was conveyed to Mrs
Mary J. Skelton by Hiram N. Rainey
by deed and on which she resided from
is".'! to the date of her death in 191s
This tract of land is sold for the pur
pose of a partition of the net proceeds
among the common owners, to-wit:
John A. Skelton, T. ('. Flanigan and
Haleb Wood and Mrs. Hassle Wood
Hutchins and the undersigned commis
sioners will cause title to be made to
\V. H. QUARTER MAN,
G. I). BOSS.
JOSEPH 1). QUILLIAN.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
All persons holding notes, accounts
or claims of any kind against the es
tate of Mrs. Jennie Moulder, deceased,
arc- requested to certify to the same
and mail to E. C. Stark. Commerce, Ga„
and all persons indebted to the estate
are requested to make immediate set
E. H. STARK, Executor,
Mrs. Jennie Moulder’s Estate.
GEORGIA Harrow county.
Ity virtue of the provisions of the
will of William Collier, deceased, duly
probated in solemn form in Jackson
county, before the Court-of Ordinary,
on January tith, 191.'!, as appears of re
cord on Minute Rook “(' page 239,
granting to R. 1., Car it hers and M H>.
GriftVth, Executors therein named, the
power to sell any or all of bis property,
the undersigned as executors of the will
of the said William Collier, will offer
for salt- before the court house door of
Harrow county, at public outcry to the
highest bidder, in the City of Winder,
between the legal hours of sale, on the
tiri-t Tuesday in November. 1921, as
the property of the deceased, the follow
ing decrlbed property of the said de
scribed lands, tow it:
All that tract or parcel of land gen
erally known as the old home place of
the said William Collier, deoeaw-d. and
occupied by him at tin- time of his
death ami later occupied and controll
ed by Miss Rhoebe MeLocklin. return
ed in the Inventory and appraisement
by said estate at 2<H> acres, more or
less, but later surveyed by W. T. Ap
pleby and containing in the aggregate
17.'! Tt acres, described by a boundary
ommonctng at an iron pen on road near
Casper line; thence along said road S.
42 1-4 E. 89.50 cits, to a rock on said
oad : tlienee with Terrell lands S. 19 1-2
\V 20 chs to rock:- thence with Vickers
land N. 11 1-2 W. 8 chs. to rock: thence
S. :ts 3-4 W. ,8.44 chs. to rock: thence
with Vincent lands X. 40 W. ;!7 It! ekr
to rock; thence S. 44 W. 14.10 chs to
rock : tlicnce N. (!1 W. 5.33 chs. to rock ;
thence S. 58 W. 4.37 chs. to rock;
. thence S. 39 1-2 W. 8.27 chs. to a rock:
1 thence S. 80 W. 80 leugbts to rock;
I thence with the Kellurn lands N. 39 3-4
W. 17.27 chs. to rock; thence N. 48 1-4
E. 43.20 chs. to iron pen; thence S.
39 3-4 K. 9.36 chs. to iron pen ; thence
X. 4s E. 16.94 chs. to the beginning
. Said lands lias been sub-divided into
five smaller parcels and will he sold
by the said five smaller parcels, de
scribed as follows:
Tract No. 1.
Commencing at a rock on the Smith
line with the corner of tract No. 2;
thence S. 42 E. 31.04 chs. to a rock;
thence S. 38 3-4 W. 10.03 clis. to rock;
tlienee X. 40 W. 28.34 clis. to rock;
thence N. 10 E. 9.30 chs. to a rock:
thence X ,4s E. 7.94 chs. to a rock at
Beginning corner, containing 49.30 acres
more or less.
Tract No. 2.
Commencing at an iron pen or post
oak on the road with Casper lands;
thence S. 42 1-4 E. 29.50 chs. to a
rock : thence S. 38 3-4 W. 9.20 chs. to
a rock : thence N. 42 W. 31.04 chs. to
a rock at the corner of tract No. 1;
thence X. 48 E. it chs to the beginning
corner, containing 27.34 acres, more or
Tract No. 3.
Commencing at a rock on road with
the Daniel lands at corner of tract No.
2; thence S. 42 1-4 E. 10 chs to a rock;
on road with Terrell lands; thence S.
19 1-2 W. 20 chs. to a rock; thence with
Vickers lands N. 41 1-2 W. 8 chs. to
rock: thence S. 38 3-4 IV. 8.44 chs. to
rock : thence N. 40 W. 8.82 chs to rock;
thence with line of tract Nos. 1 and 2
X. 2,8 3-4 E. 23.83 chs. to rock ou road
at the beginning corner, containing
30.63 acres, more or less.
Tract No. 4.
Commencing at a rock marking X.
\V. corner of Tract No. 1 with lands of
Vincent; thence N. 44 \V. 14.10 chs. to
ock at bridge; thence X. 46 3-4 W. 16.40
chs. to rock; thence X. 48 1-4 E. 23.04
to an iron pen; tlience S. 39 3-4 K.
9.36 chs. to the rock at the beginning
corner, containing 32.90 acres, more or
Tract No. 5.
Commencing at a rock at bridge at
the corner of tract No. 4 with lands of
Vincent: thence S. til IV. 5.33 clis. to
rock ; thence S. 38 W. 4.37 chs to rock;
thence S. 39 1-2 W. 8.27 chs. to a rock;
thence S. 60 W. 90 lengths to a rock in
the road; thence X. 59 3-4 W. with Hel
ium lands 17.27 chs. to rock; thence X.
4S 1-4 E. 22.22 clis. to rock at corner of
tract No. 4; thence S. 46 3-4 E. 16.40
chs. to rock at bridge at beginning cor
ner, containing 33.12 acres, more or
Terms of sale: One-third cash on
day of sale and remainder on January
lst, 1922. Possession of lands to be
had on January Ist, 1922.
This the sth day of October 1821.
It. L. OARITHERS,
M. B. GRIFFETH,
Executors of Will of William Collier,
G. A. JOHNS,
.1. C. PRATT,
Attorneys for Executors.
GEOK(! 1 A—Barrow county)
Will be sold on Saturday, October 22,
1921, before the court, house door of
Barrow county, within the legal hours
of sale, to the highest bidder for cash,
tin* follow ing property, to-wit:
One Studebaker (> Touring Automo
bile, No. 8F205K, Georgia License No
10.1853, seized in the possession of Tom
Corn and Claud Hughes, while trans
porting whiskey on the public- roads in
Harrow county, and the said automobile
is sold by virtue of a judgment of con
demnation as is provided by law ren
dered by tlie Honorable Blanton Fort
soil. Judge of Superior Court of Bar
row county, at the September term,
1921. of Harrow Superior Court.
This the 12th day of October. 1921
H. O. 'AMR. Sheriff.
2t Harrow County.
<;K< UG IA Harrow county.
All creditors of the estate of Mack
Moore, colored, will render in their de
mands to the undersigned, duly proven
according to law, and all parties owing
and Indebted to the said Mack Moore
ill at once make payment to the under
11. G. HILL.
Administrator of the Estate of Mack
On account of the Annual Reunion
t'nited tjonfeddniho Veterans. Chat
tanooga. Tenn.. October 24-27, 1021. the
SEABOARD will offer special round
trip fares to those presenting identifi
cation certificates. See proper officer
for these certificates. Call on nearest
Seaboard Ticket agent for tickets and
reservations, or address
Asst. Gen’l. Pass. Agent,
S. A. L. Ry., Atlanta, Ga.
See “The Rivers End” at The Strand
Theater Monday and Tuesday, 24 & 20.
THE WINDER NEWS
UNION LOCALS .
Mr. and Mrs. Alliert Page and Miss
Geneva Hewitt and Ouida Hill, of Win
der sjM'iit Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. \V. L. Page.
Misses Belle and Seyelle Chapman
spent Sunday afternoon with Miss How
ena Duncan. •
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Segars and chil
dren of Winder were the dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. \V. X. Strange Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Etl Ilealan and daugh
ter. Lorenn, spent Saturday night and
Sunday with the former’s purents, Mr.
and Mrs. W V. Ilealan.
Miss Pauline Daniel from South Ga.
arrived here last week to take her
school at tliis place. We are always
glad to welcome anyone in our commu
nity and hope she will lie pleased with
The party at Miss Lavada Stewart's
Saturday night was enjoyed by those
After s|ieiidiiig last week with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Foster and children, Vivian and Leslie,
have returned to their home in Atlanta.
Union's own singing choir which was
organized and met here lust Fourth
Sunday afternoon is a success and will
meet next Sunday again. Everybody
has an invitation to come and be with
The birthday dinner at Mr. and Mrs.
Hosea Smith's Monday was enjoyed by
a large crowd. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Doster, and son, Frank.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Doster and children
Raymond, Willa Nell and Julia Dell,
and Miss Lavada Stewart and Mr. and
Mrs. Hosea Smith and children, Ida
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Walls and
children spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Wells.
The singing at Mr. and Mrs. W. X.
Strange's Sunday night was enjoyed
by those present.
To Gain a Good Reputation.
The way to gain a good reputation is
to endeavor to tie what you appear.”
That is precisely the manner in which
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has gain
ed its reputation as a cure for coughs,
colds, croups and whooping cough. Ev
ery bottle that lias ever been put out
by the manufacturers lias been fully up
o the high standard of excellence claim
ed for it. People have found that it
can be depended upon for the relief and
cure of these ailments and that it is
pleasant and safe to take.
FARM FOR SALK.
32Vs Acres of fine farm land; 24
acres in cultivation, balance in fine tim
ber, good four room house and good
out buildings; fine pasture and good
well of water. Four miles east of Win
der. In one-half mile of church, and
one mile of good school.—Mrs. W. V.
Segars, Winder, Ga. 3t25-pd
See “The Rivers End” at The Strand
Theater Monday and Tuesday, 24 & 25.
Prince Alberts anew
note in the joys of rolling ’em!
Talking about rolling
your own cigarettes, we’ll
tell you right here that
Prince Albert tobacco has
’em all lashed to the mast!
You’ve got a handful-of
happiness coming your di
rection when you pal it with
P. A. and the makin’s
papers! For Prince Albert
is not only delightful to
your taste and pleasing in
exclusive patented process
frees it from bite and parch!
the national joy smoke
WHEN YOU THINK OF
NORTH GEORGIA TRUST &
LIFE : FIRE : HAIL : LIGHTNING : CY
CLONE : PARCEL POST : ACCIDENT
HEALTH : AUTOMOBILE : (Full Cover
age) : LIABILITY : COMPENSATION. :
S. F. MAUGHON, Manager.
We have the following Government goods
at the store of J. C. Ray & Cos., on Athens St. '
Note the prices:
Woolen Coats . ... . k . 1.00
Woolen Pants 1.25
Cotton Coats ....... ...... ....... . .35
Cotton Pants .75
Cotton Blankets, pair 1.25
Woolen Blankets, pair 4.00
Woolen Sweaters 2.00
Laundry Bag 35
Woolen Shirts 1.25
Hurry up before they are all gone.
At J. C. RAY & CO. STORE.
And, for a fact, rolling
up Prince Albert is mighty
easy! P. A. is crimp cut and
stays put and you whisk it
into shape before you can
count three! And, the next
instant you’re puffing away
to beat the band!
Prince Albert is so good
that it has led four men to
smoke jimmy pipes where
one was smoked before! It’s
the greatest old buddy
smoke that ever found its
way into a pipe or cigarette!
Subscription Price: $1.50 Per Year.
Prince Albert is
sold in toppy red
bags, tidy red tins ,
hand some pound
and half pound tin
humidors and in the
pound crystal glass
to P • , A
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by R. J- Reynolds