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Philadelphia - New York
Etheridge, Smith & Cos.
FOR LEAVE TO SELL LAND
Georgia —Butts County.
Notice is hereby given (hat the
undersigned lias applied to the Or
dinary of said county tor leave to
sell land belonging to the estate of
E P. Watkins for the payment of
debts and distribution. Said appli
cation will be heard at the regular
term of the Court of Ordinary for
said county to be held on the first
Monday in November, 1916.
i’ll is 4th day of October, 1915.
W. A. Watkins, Admr.
upon the estate of E. P. Watkins.
FOR YEAR’S SUPPORT
Georgia, Butts County.
Mrs. Mary L. Maddox having
made application for twelve montlis
support out of the estate ot C. S.
Maddox, deceased, and appraisers
duly appointed to set apart the same
having filed their retutu, all persons
concerned are hereby required to
Sahow cause before the court of ordi
nary of said county on the first Mon-
Uday in November, 1915, why said
application should not be granted.
yPhis October 4, 1915.
.1. H. Hain, Ordinary.
NOTICE OF SALE
By authority of an order of the
Court, of Ordinary of Butts county,
Ga., granted at the October term of
paid Court, H. D. Terrell as Admin
istrator of the estate of R. J . Terrell,
late of said county, deceased, au
thorizing him to do so, will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder,
before the court house door of Butts
county, Jackson, Ga., within
the legal hours of sale on the first
Tuesday in November, the following
described tract or parcel of land, sit
uated, lying and being in Newton
county, and described as follows:
Bounded on the north by F. J. Laz
enby, east by C. E. Hardeman,south
by L. P. Dukes, west by L P. Dukes
and known as the R. J.Terrell home
place in Newton county, Georgia.
Possession of the said premises will
be given on the Ist day of January,
1916. Terms of said sale one-fourth
cash and the balance January Ist
1916, without interest. Said land
will be sold before the court house
door of Butts county, Jackson,
This the 4th day of Oct., 1915.
H. D. Terrell, Administrator
of the estate R. J. Terrell, deceased,
F. A. Quillian, Attorney.
Georgia, Butts County:
Will be sold on the first Tuesda„
in November, next, at public
outcry at the court house
door in said county, within
the legal hours of sale, to the high
est bidder for cash., the following
described property to-wit.
One lot of land lying and being
in the 616th district G. M., Bnttß
county. Georgia, containing two
hundred two and one half
acres, bounded as follows: North
by lands of W. A. Wilson, eaßt by
lands of L. M. Craw-ford, now Mrs
Floy Thornton, J. N. Knowles and
O. B. Knowles,south by lands of J.
N. Knowles and W. B. Thompson
now Mrs. J. H. Lewis and Carrie
Allen and west by lands of W. H.
Maddox and Mrs. Annie Webb.
Also, all that tract or parcel of
land lving and being in the 16th
district. G. M., Butts county. Geor
gia. containing sixty acres, bounded
as follows: North by lands of T. B.
Maddox, east by lands, of J. N.
Knowles, south by lands of ,1. N
Knowles and west by lands of W. A.
Wilson and Mrs, E. J McKibben.
Also, one city lot lying and being
in the 612t.h district. G. M., and in
the eity of Jackson, Batts county,
Georgia, nnd bounded as follows:
North by Mack Goodwin, east by
public road to McDonough, south by
lands of Mrs. Hattie Lane and west
by lands ot .Mary Willis,, containing
one and one-eighth acres.
Said property levied on as the prop
erty of Mrs. Floy Maddox Thornton
to satisfy an execution issued from
the Superior Court of said county in
favor of Mrs. Hattie McKibben Lane
against said Mrs. Floy Maddox
Thornton; -aid property being in
possession of Mrs. Floy Maddox
This 4th day of October, 1915.
L. M. Crawford, Sheriff.
NOTICE OF SALE
Georgia, Butts County.
By virtue of the last will and testa
ment of Mrs. Adella Moss, probated in
solemn form on August 2, 1915, the un
dersigned will offer for sale before the
court house door in the City of Jack
son, on the first Tuesday in November,
the real estate belonging to Mrs. Adella
Moss at the time of her death. Said
sale will be made in accordance with
the terms of said will. The property
offered is described as follows: Fifty
acres of land, more or less, lying and
being in the 615 district G. M. Butts
county, and bounded as follows: North
by lands of J. M. Bankston, east by
lands J. C. Tolleson, south by lands of
R. A. Woodward, west by lands of H.
G. Asbury. Terms will be announced
on date of sale. .
W. J. Bankston, Executor
of Mrs. Adella Moss.
Georgia, Butts County.
By virtve of an order from the Court
or Ordinary granted at the October
term 1915, will be sold to the highest
and best bidder, the first Tuesday in
November, 1915f the following descri
bed property, lying and being in the
613th district G. M. Butts county, Ga.,
as per plat made by the county sur
veyor, J. M. Collins, three hundred and
ten acres of land divided as follows:
Lot No. 1 containing fifty acres,
bouridod on the north by J. M. Ball,
east by lot No. 4 as per plat, south by
lot No. 2 as per plat, west by Miss Puss
Lot No. 2 containing fifty acres and
bounded on the north by lot No. 1 as
per plat, east by lot No. 3, south by
Mrs. L. 8. Woodwar4, yvest by Miss
1 Lot No. H' acres
of land, bounded north by lot No. 4 of
said plat, east by No. i>,‘south by H. O.
Ball, west by No. 2 of said plat.
Lot No. 4 containing fifty-five acres,
bounded north by G. R. Ridgeway,
east by lot No. 5 of said, plat, south by
lot No. 3, west by lot Nt>. 1
Lot No. 5 containing one hundred
acres of land, bounded north by G. R.
Ridgeway, east by W. W. Wright,
south by H. O. Ball, west by lots Nos.
3 and 4 as per plat.
These lands are located about three
miles from Jackson.
3 At the same time and place one house
and lot in the City of Jackson and sit
uated as follows: Beginning at the
junction of Broad street and College
Avenne, running east, along the north
side of College Avenue one h nnd red and
three feet, thence north one hundred
and twenty feet, thence west one hun
dred and three feet, thence south one
hundred and twenty feet to the begin
ning point. Said house and lot for
merly known as the Julia Andrews
Also one vacant lot in the City of
Jackson fronting College Ave. one
hundred feet, more or less, to the line
of W. J. Wood, thence north on a par
allel line one hundred and twenty feet,
more or less, to Mrs. Annie Webb’s lot,
thence west one hundred feet, more or
less, to the original lot formerly known
as the Julia Andrews lot, thence south
onehundrd and twenty feet, more or
less, to College Avenue.
The plat of surveyor will be exhibited
on day of sale of this property.
Terms will be announced on day of
T. L. Spencer,
J. W. Fletcher,
APPLICATION FOR CHARTER
To the Superior Court of said County:
J. B. Carmichael, V. W. Cole and T.
B. McMichael respectfully represents
to the Court the follow ing facts:
1. That they desire for themselves,
their associates, successors and assigns
to be incorporated under the name and
style of Jackson Chero-Cola Bottling
2. That the capital stock of said cor
poration shall be three thousand ($3,-
000.00) dollars, to be divided into thirty
shares of tWe par value of one hundred
($100.00) dollars each.
3. That all of said capital stock has
been paid in. ,
4. That the principal office and
place of business of said company shall
be in the City of Jackson, said state
and county, but they ask the privilege
of establishing branch offices at such
other places as they may desire.
5. The object of said corporation is
pecuniary gain for the stockholders.
6. The principal and particular bus
iness they desire to carry on and con
duct is as follows: To manufacture,
compound, mix and bottle all kinds of
non-alcoholic beverages, such as soda
water, chero-cola and other soft drinks,
for the purpose of selling at wholesale
or retail; to eonduct and carry on a
milling business, grinding or milling
corn meal, com products, flour and any
and all other kinds of grain, for retail
or wholesale purposes; to grind and
mix grain and other foodstuffs to be
used in feeding stock, cattle and poul
try and to do other and kindred things
necessary for the successful carrying
on and conducting of said lines of bus
7. They desire the right to sue and
be sued, to plead and be impleaded, to
have and use a common seal, to make
all necessary by-laws and regulations,
and to do all other things that may be
necessary for the successful carrying
on of said business, including the right
to buy, hold and sell real estate and
personal property suitable to the pur
poses of the corporation, and to execute
notes and bonds as evidence of indebt-
edness incurred, or which may be in
curred, in the conduct of the affairs of
the corporation and to secure the same
by mortgage, security deed, or other
form of lien, under existing laws.
8. They desire the right and privi
lege of increasing the capital stock of
said corporation whenever it is desired
by a majority of the stockholders to
any amount they deem wise up to thir
ty thousand dollars.
9. They desire the right and author
ity for said incorporation to wind up
its affairs, liquidate and discontinue its
business at any time it may determine
to do bo by a vote of two-thirds of its
stock outstanding at the time.
10. They desire the right of renewal,
as is provided by law, and that they
have all such other rights, powers,
privileges and immunities as are inci
dent to like incorporations or permissi
ble under the laws of Georgia.
Wherefore, petitioners pray to be in
corporated under the name and style
aforesaid, with the powers, privileges
and immunities herein set forth, and
as now. or may hereafter, be allowed
a corporation of similar character un
der the laws of Georgia.
W. E. Watkins,
I, 8. J. Foster, Clerk Superior Court
of sard county, do hereby certify that
the above and foregoing is a true and
correct copy of application for charter
of J. B. Carmichael, V. W. Cole and T.
B. McMichael as appears of file in this
Witness my hand and official seal of
said court, this 4th day of Oct., 1915.
S. J. Foster, Clerk
Supr Court, Butts Cos. Georgia.
FOR LEAVE TO SELL
• „. **••' '■? r , ; A • ■ _
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has applied to the Ordinary
of said county for leave to sell land be
longing to the estate of C. 8. Maddox,
for the purpose of distribution; also
nine shares of stock in the Jackson Mer
cantile Cos., two shares of bank stock in
the Jackson Hanking Cos. and ten shares
of bank stock in the Jackson Na
tional Bank. Said application will be
heard at the regular term of the Court
of Ordinary for said county to be held,
on the first Monday in November, 1915.
This the 4th day of Oct. 1915.
J. W. Maddox, Admr.
upon the estate of C. S. Maddox.
On the first Tuesday in Novem
ber, 1915. all the lands belonging
to the heirs of R. G. and Mrs.
Elizabeth Lavender, deceased,
will be sold by the heirs before
the court house in the City of
Jackson, Ga., all the heirs being
of age and will sign the deeds to
the purchasers. Said lands con
taining three hundred acres,
more or less. Will be sold in dif
ferent lots agreed upon by said
heirs, to the highest bidder for
cash. A. H. Lavender,
Mrs. H. D. Edwards,
W. G. Lavender
And other heirs.
Tax Colledtor’s Notice
This is to notify the public that
my books will be open for collec
ting the state and county taxes
for the year 1915, on Oct. Ist,
1915, at the court house in the
This Sept. 28, 1915.
J. P. Maddox, Tax Col.
Call on or write Brown
& Brown, McDonough,
Ga., for loans on farm
will relieve your indigestion. Many
people in this town have used them
and we have yet to hear of a case where
they have failed. We know the for
mula. Sold only by us —25c a box.
Slaton Drug Cos.
Will be sold on Tuesday, Nov.
23rd, on the premises of W. P.
Spruce, deceased, at Patillo on
the line of Butts and Monroe
county, ten miles east of Griffin,
ten miles south west of Jackson,
one hundred acres of land, more
or less, bounded north and east
by T. P. Bell, south by J. A.
Spruce, west by J. E. Spruce.
This is a good productive farm,
well improved, located one-fourth
mile from Patillo school, Ma
sonic hall, ginnery, store, etc.,
one mile from two churches, in
thickly settled white settlement.
If any legatee or other persons
have objections to this sale let
them make legal and proper ob
jections before day of sale.
J. A. Spruce,
J. L. Pritchett,
City Tax Notice
Notice is hereby given that the
city tax books are now open for
the purpose of collecting adva
lorem tax on personal and real
estate property. All persons due
the said city taxes kindly take
notice that the tax books close on
Nov. 20th, instead of Dec. 20th.
This the 6th day of Oct. 1915.
W. H. Wilson, City Tax Col.
Jackson, Ga. 10-8-4 t
Will Suggs will make applica
tion to the board of Prison Com
missioners for a parole on Nov.
1. 1915. 10-8-4 t
Application for pardon for
Wash Gaston will be made Nov.
3, 1915, to the Prison Commis
sion. 10-8-4 t
Notice is hereby given that
Will Maddox will apply to the
board of Prison Commissiners
for a pardon, Nov. 1,1915.10-8-4 t
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and will shelter your stock free
of charge. Call to see me.
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