THURSDAY; FEBRUARY 3
LEGAL ADS r
Letters of Administration. f rl;
G. W. Malcom has applied for pel
letters of administration on
the estate of B. C. Langford, deceased,
and same will be passed on by Ordina
ry C. \Y. Parker on first Monday in
Application for Discharge.
Dr. W. T. Randolph, guardian of
Mary Lou Melton, has applied for dis
charge from said guardianship and the
same will be passed on by Ordinary
O. W. Parker on first Monday in
To Execute Titles, r *
T. H. Herrick, Trustee, Co<# /coun
ty, 111, is cited to appear at Court of
Ordinary, March 7th, to show cause
why he should not be required to make
titles to a certain tract of land, de
scribed in petition on file in ordinary's
office to the heirs at law of K. P. Car
penter, deceased, to-wit: Mrs. K. P.
Carpenter, Marvin H. Carpenter, Kinch
P. Karpenter and Philip Carpenter, in
accordance with bond for titles held
The creditors of Pirkle Jackson, du
ly adjucated a bankrupt February 5,
1921, are notified that the first meeting
of creditors will be the office of
Referee at Lawrenceville, Ga., Feb. 18,
1921, at 10 o’clock A. M., wliefe credi
tors can present and prove their claims
and examine bankrupt.—N. L. Hutch
ins,' Referee in Bankruptcy.
Letters of Dismission.
IV. T. Hutchins and IV. M. Maxey, ad
ministrators of Jackson Hutchins, de
ceased, have applied to Ordinary C.
W. Parker for letters of dismission
from said administration, having fully
discharged said duties. Same will be
passed on first Monday in March.
Letters of Dismission.
„W. W. Hosch, executor of the will
of Mrs. Mary A. Smith, deceased, ap
plies to Ordinary C. W. Parker for let
ters of dismission from said executor
ship, having fully discharged the duties
of same. Will be passed on first Mon
day in March.
Notice of Debtors and Creditors.
All person', Laving demands against
the estate of H. J* Garrison, are re
quested to render in their demands to
Moss E. GarrisoD according to law and
all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment.
To Execute Titles.
B. E. Patrick Jitee the administra
tor and heirs and next of kin of H. J.
Garrison, deceased, .to appear at Ordi
nary’s Court first Monday in March,
to show cause why they should not ex
ecute titles to land to said application.
Letters of Administration.
Mrs. Lou E. Lapiiford. has applied
for permanent letters of administra
tion os the estate of B. C. Langford.
. deceased. Same will be heard by Or
dinner C. W. Parker on first Monday In
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DR. CHARLES HAYES
Specialty: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
511 Holman Building
Office Hours: 9 to 12 A. M. 1 to 5 P. M.
S. T. ROSS
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms 303-304 Winder Bank Bldg.
G. A. JOHNS
Attorney at Law
Office Over Carithers Bank.
Practice In All Courts.
S. M. ST. JOHN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Cut Glass
Repair Work Done Promptly
Broad Street Winder, Ga.
W. L. DeLaPERRIERE
Fillings, Bridge and Plate Work
Done in Most Scientific and
DR. W. L. MATHEWS
Suite 410 Winder National Bank Bldg.
Office Hours: 10 to 12 A. M., and
1 to 4 P. M. Residence Phone 213.
Office Phone No. 13.
E. R. HARRIS, M. D.
Winder National Bank Building
Winder: 8:30 to 10 A. M.; 2to SP. M.
Bethlehem : 1 to 2 P. M.
Phone: Office No. 154. Residence 174.
W. H. QUARTERMAN
Attorney at Law
Prcatice In All Courts
Commercial Law a Specialty
DR. R. P. ADAMS
Phones: Office 24. Residence 6
Dr. C. S. Williams
offices in the Winder National Bank
Residence Phone 234 —Office Phone 81
W. M. THOMA S
Phone 49—Jackson Street
Condemns High Priced
Prominent Hog Raiser Says Prices
Charged Are Unwarranted—
Makes His Own Hog Food,
With Better Results.
“That he is all through paying fancy
prices for stock foods and hog reme
dies and that he is raising some of the
best hogs ever placed on the market”
was the statement made recently by E.
11. Beckstead, well-known hog raiser
and authority on live stock.
Mr. Beckstead’s hogs are the envy
of liis neighbors, and have “topped the
market” for several years in lowa.
He states that for yeurs he bought
high-priced hog foods and hog remedies
hut he is all through paying extrava
gant prices for what he can make him
self. He states that what the hogs
need are minerals, and tells the secret
of his wonderful success by explaining
that he takes about five pounds of or
dinary mineraline (which is pure con
centrated minerals and cost only a
couple of dollars) and mixes same with
enough bran or filler to make a hun
dred pounds. All hogs, and especially
brood sows require minerals as they
keep them free from worms, and in
the pink of condition, and are essential
to the hogs growth and a well balanced
ration. This inexpensive mixture plac
-1 in a sheltered box where the hogs
can get it as they need it, will pro
duce far better results than any high
priced so-called stock foods.
Send two dollars to The Mineraline
Chemical Cos., 1638 North W ells Bt.,
Chicago, 111., and they will forward
you by prepaid parcel post, enough min
eraliDe to make a full hundred pounds.
Foot-Rule for Matrimony.
The trouble with most marriages Is
that a man always makes the mistake
of marrying the woman who carries
him off hts feet—lnstead of trying to
find one who keeps him on them. —Los
As was stated in The News last week
the Gainesville Midland Railway has
been placed i the hands of a receiver.
The home office of the road has always
been in Savannah, hence the suit was
brought in that court. The receivers
were instructed to take charge of the
road and have done so. The receivers
are W. B. Veazey and Gordon C. Car
son. They have posted the following
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 15, 1921.
“By order of the District Court of
the United States for the Southern Dis
trict of Georgia entered this day, the
undersigned as Receivers have taken
possession of all the property and assets
of Gainesville Midland Railway. All
persons In the employ of the corpora
tion on February 15, 1921, are, until
further notice, taken into the employ
of the Receivers without change of du
ties. Wages and salaries will be such
as may be hereafter provided by the
“(Signed) GORDON C. CARSON,
W. B. VEAZEY,
It is very clear that unless the ex
pense of the operation of the railroad
such as cost of coal, cross ties, labor,
etc., can be reduced so as to keep the
expeuses within the income that the
Court will undoubtedly order the road
sold out and dismantled, for no road
can operate at a loss of nearly a hun
dred thousand dollars per year.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Clack and chil
dren were the guests of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald, Sunday.
Mr. Willie Lee Prlckett of Athens
spent the week-end with homefolks.
Misses Minnie Mae Wood and Norma
Hardigree were guests of Mrs. Arthur
Porter at Statham Friday night.
Miss Annie Lou Mincey of Winder
was the guest of home folks for the
Miss Grace Prickett spent Thursday
with Misses Pearlie and Zora Ham
The party given by Mr. and Mrs.
Regar Steed Friday night was very
much enjoyed by those present.
Lexington, Ga., was visited by a big
fire last Saturday night which damag
ed buildings covering one entire block.
The losses are estimated at S2<X),OOO.
Those who lost in the fire were J. W.
McElhannon, merchant; R. F. Brooks,
Perry Bros., Farmers Supply Cos., J. A.
Joore and the Bank of Lexington. The
funds and papers in the hank were
Farmers to Fight The
. Price of Fertilizers
The farmers all over the state are
hob|ing meetings protecting 'against
the prices of fertilizers. They claim
that at the present price of cotton they
cannot pay the prices asked by the fer
Be it ordained by the Mayor of the
City of Winder, and it is hereby ordain
ed by the authority of the same, That
any person or persons, who shall keep
a hog or pig pen within the incorpor
ate limits of tho City of Winder in a
pen less than forty (40) feet square,
or containing less than one hundred
seventy five )175) square yards, or
shall locate such peu within one
hundred (100) feet of any dwelling or
well from which water is used shall
be deemed guilty of disorderly conduct,
and upon conviction shall be punished
as prescribed in section 20 of the char
Be it further ordained. That all or
dinances and parts of ordinances in
conflict with tills ordinance be and the
same are hereby repealed.
CITY OF WINDER.
GEO. N. BAGWELL, Mayor
L. E. GRIFFETH, Cerk.
February Bth, 1921.
Million Packets Of
Flower Seeds Free
We believe in flowers around the
homes of the South. Flowers brighten
up the home surroundings and give
pleasure and satisfaction to those who
We have filled more than a mUlten
packets of seeds, of beautiful yet
easily grown flowers to be given to
our customers this spring for the
beautifying of their homes.
Wouldn’t you like to hare five
packets of beautiful flowers free?
YOU CAN GET THEM! Hastings
1921 catalog is a 116-page handsomely
Illustrated seed book with twenty
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It Is full of helpful garden, flower and
farm information that is needed In
every home, and, too, the catalog tells
you how to get these flower seeds ab
Write for our 1981 catalog now. It
is the finest, most valuable and beau
tiful seed book ever published, and
you will be mighty glad you’ve got it.
There Is no obligation to buy any
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THE WINDfeR NEWS
Birds and Traps,
Curiously enough, many birds. In
stead of fearing traps, develop a,fond
ness for thorn, probably because they
find them a source of ample feed
>viilch can be secured without danger
to-themselves. While this trait occa
sionally is something of a nuisance
to the trapper, It often Is of great as
sistance. It Is believed that birds,
having learned to recognize traps, will
be apt to go to them for feed In the
course of their migrations, and so,
when caught, will furnish material for
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Protection for Antarctic Fauna.
It la likely that the Australian
commonwealth will, at the Instigation
if Sir Douglas Mawson, the antarc
tic explorer, preserve Macquarie Island
nd the neighboring Islets as a sanc
tuary for the subaniarctlc fauna. The
island, which hap an area of nearly 400
Jegrees S., 900 miles from Tasmania
ind nearly the same distance from
Antarctica. If Is the home and breed
ing ground of muny millions of pen
guins of different species. Including the
low rare king penguins, and of vast
losts of sea-elephant* and seals.
SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A
We offer One Hundred i 'o'larts.
Reward for any case o' Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Kali’s
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We, tlie undersigned, have known F. J.
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hhn perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
ut any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall's Ca-arrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the bicod end mu
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