To all whom it may concern.
H. O. Ball having, in proper form,
applied to me for permanent letters of
administration on the estate of Leonora
Ball, late of said county, this is to cite
all and singular the creditors and next
of kin of the said Leonora Ball to be
and appear at my office within the
time allowed by law, and show cause,
if any they can, why permanent ad
ministration should not be granted to
H. O. Ball, petitioner on Leonora Ball’s
estate. Witness my hand and official
signature, this Ist day of Nov. 1915.
J. H. Ham, Ordinary
By virtue of an order from the Court
of Ordinary of said county will be sold
at public outcry on the first Tuesday
in December, 1915, at the court house
in said county between the usual hours
of sale the following real estate situated
in Butts county, to-wit:
285 acres of land and bounded as fol
lows: North by Joel B. Watkins,
east by L. D. Hoard and A. H. Smith,
south by Joel B. Watkins, west by
Joel B. Watkins. Said property lying
and being in 614 district G. M. of Butts
county and known as the Evans P.
Watkins farm, three miles from
Also at the same time and place one
■gin house with machinery attached,
one steam engine, two sixty saw gins.
Said gin house and machinery former
ly owned Evans P. Watkins, Joel B.
Watkins and A. M. Watkins.
Also all the farming implements be
longing to the estate of Evans P. Wat
kins. Terms cash.
W. A. Watkins,
Administrator estate of E. P. W atkins.
By virtue of an order from the Court
of Ordinary granted September term,
19X4, will be sold to the highest bidder
on the first Tuesday in December, 1915,
the following described property towit:
25 acres of land more or less, lying
and being in the 552 district G. M.
of Butts county and being a part of the
real estate belonging to F. 8. Noswor
thy at the time of his death; also the
water priveleges on said property as set
out in a deed made to the said F. S.
Norsworthy Jany 10, 1910, by W. B.
Hodges, Mrs. Willie Carroll, Mrs. Lil
lie Tucker, Mrs. Eula Thomas and L.
M. Hodges. Said property bounded as
follows: North by land Judson Roberts
and L. M. Hodges, west by L. M. Hod
ges and Lillie Tucker, south by the es
tate of W. M. Presron and W. B. Hod
ges, also by Yellow Water Creek, east
by land belonging to J. B. Thomas es
tate. Terms cash.
This November Ist, 1915.
John W. Norsworthy, Admr.
of the estate of F. S. Norsworthy, de
Under and by virtue of the power
and authority contained in the will of
Jas. F. Carmichael, deceased, as Exec
utors under said will upon the estate of
said deceased, will sell at public outcry
to the highest bidder for cash, before
the court house door of said county, on
the first Tuesday in December next,
.the following property towit:
Three residence lots lying and being
in the city of Jackson, said state and
county, and each of said lots fronting
on West Third street the distance of 78
feet more or less, and having a depth
of 278 feet more or less. The tract of
ground sub-divided into three lots, is
bounded on the south by West Third
street, on west by property of Mrs. M.
C. Thaxlon, on north by property of
C. L. Redman and I. V. Smith, and on
the east by the home place of the es
tate of Jas. F. Carmichael.
Also at the same time and place the
home place of the deceased Jas. F.
Carmichael, containing a good six
room house, and lot fronting on W est
Third street, 80 feet more or less and
running back 278 feet more or less, and
bounded as follows, on south by West
Third street, on west by vacant lot be
longing to the estate of Jas. F. Car
micheal, and on the north by property
of C. L. Redman, and on ths east by
property belonging to the First Nation
al Bank, of Jackson.
There is no more desirable propertv
now ottered for saie. A piat of tins
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Georgia, Butts County.
After four weeks notice pursuant to
Section 3065 of tfie Civil Code, a peti
tion of which a true and correct copy
is subjoined, will be presented to the
Hon. W. E. H. Searcy, Jr., Judge of
the Superior Court, at the court house
in Griffin, Ga., Spalding county, on
the first day of December, 1915.
This 2nd day of November, 1915.-
Mrs. Leila Kinsman,
Guardian for Marlin Spencer.
To the Honorable W. E. H. Searcy,
Jr., Judge of the Superior Courts of
The petition of Mrs. Leila Kinsman
(First) That she is the guardian of
Marlin Spencer, a minor, heretofore
duly appointed as such guardian in
(Second) That she desires to sell for
maintenance, support and education
at private sale the following property,
the undivided interest of said minor in
three hundred and ten acres of land
known as the Sara E. Spencer farm,
two and one half miles from Jackson
Ga., bounded as follows: North by
lands of J. M. Ball, and G. R. Ridge,
way, east by lands of W. W. Wright
south by lands of Mrs. L. S. Wood
ward, and public road, west by lands
of Miss Puss Patterson.
(Third) That said undivided interest
is a one-fourth interest in one share of
said estate and one-fourth of one elev
enth of one share. The sum for which
she wishes to sell same is $297.52.
(Fourth) That petitioner desires to
use the proceeds of such sale for the
support, maintenance and education of
Therefore petitioner prays an order
for the sale of said property for the
purpose herein set forth.
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NOTICE OF SALE
Georgia, Butts County.
By authority of an order of the Court
of Ordinary of Butts county, Georgia,
granted at the November term of said
court, J. W. Maddox, as administrator
of the estate of,C. 8. Maddox, late of said
county, deceased, authorizing him to do
so, willsellatpublic outcry to thehighest
bidder for cash, before the court house
door of Butts county, in Jackson, Ga.,
within the legal hours of sale, onjthe
first Tuesday in December, 1915, the
following described property, to-wit:
1. Nine (9) shares of stock in the
Jackson Mercantile Cos.
2. Two (2) shares of Jackson Bank
ing Cos. stock.
3. Ten (10) shares of Jackson Na
tional Bank stock.
4. One lot of land situate and being
located in the 612th district G. M.
Butts county designated as lot U on
plat of property described as Harkness
Heights, said plat being recorded in
office of clerk of Butts superior court in
deed book Y page 333, said lot of land
fronting sonth on the Griffin road 200
feet and extending back north uniform
width 410 feet.
Also one vacant lot of land lying and
being in the City of Jackson, Ga., front
ing west on Mulberry street 100 feet
and extending back in uniform width
east 225 feet, bounded north by Mrs.
M. L. Maddox, east by T. J. Dempsey,
south by J. H. Pope and west Mulber
Also 2J acres of land lying and being
in 613th district G. M. Butts county,
Georgia, bounded on the north by pub
lic road leading from High Falls to
Indian Springs, on the east and south
by lands of J. W. and A. C. Maddox
and on the west by lands of A. C.
This Nov. 3rd, 1915.
J. W. Maddox, admr
of the estate of C. S. Maddox, deceased.
W. E. Watkins, Attorney.
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