Jackson County Singing
The Jackson County Singing Con
vention met with Holly Springs
church July 24, 1926. Called to
order 10.30 o’clock by President W.
E. White. Opening song by J. E.
J. Lord. Prayer by Chaplain G. R.
Secretary Barnett called atten
tion to the convention having no
minutes recorded for 191S. By
motion, for Secretary to make a note,
and give the reason why there wasn’t
any session 1918 of the convention,
and record it.
President White appointed the ar
ranging committee as follows: Luther
P. White, G. W. Shaw', E. G. Log
The arranging committee handed in
the following names to lead lessons
each: Dec Lord, C. M. Barnett, F.
L. Crook, G. R. Griffeth, S. W. Lord,
E. G. Loggins, A. C. Shula.
Committee appointed by President
<tc get money for expenses of con
vention, as follows: Mis3e3 Lollie
Bulk* Lord, Nelle Mathis, Mamie Lee
Recess five minutes.
Reesembled. F. L. Crook directing
1 the music* for the preaching hour.
Rev.L. B. Linn of Jefferson preach
’ddaa'Tery interesting sermon, taking
his 1 text from Second Timothy, sec
on chapter, and fifteenth verse,
“Study to show thyself approved un
to God a workman that needeth not
After preaching, dismissed for one
hour aimd half.
Reassembled at two o’clock. E. B.
Loggins led the opening song, after
which a business session was held.
First, called for representatives
from the different churches and Sun
Cave Springs Sunday School, W. F.
Turner, S. W. Lord.
Center Grove Church, W. C.
James and wife, Mrs. Lena James.
Zion Church, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Baird, Mis3 Doris McEver, Walter
Mt Olive Church and Sunday
School, J. E. J. Lord, S. S. Ray, Miss
F. E. Ray, Miss Lollie Belle Lord,
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Short.
Thjyatira Sunday School, C. M.
Barnett, Miss Lillie Barnett, J. Mor
gan Wilhite, Mrs. W. G. Barnett.
Jackson County Choir, Mrs. L. li.
Isbell, C. E. Rhula.
Center Grove Sunday School, Miss
Jewel Farks, F. L. Crook.
Center Grove B. Y. F. U., Mis
Gaynelle Crook, Joe Brown Hale.
Union Choir, S. W. Lord, C. M.
Academy Sunday School, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Shaw, Charlie Sailors,
Miss Sadie Oliver.
Jefferson at Large, C. F. Hooper.
Cabin Creek ,Church, E. G. Log
gins, Miss Ruth Loggins.
Pendergress Baptist Church, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Crook.
Red Stone, W. H. Deavours. •
Holly Springs Sunday School, E.
O. Hawkins, Miss Gladys Hutson.
After enrolling the above delegates,
the convention went into the election
of officers, and the following were
elected: W. 1,. Barnett, President; W.
E. White, Vice-President; F. L.
Crook, Secretary; G. R. Griffeth,
Next, called for Representatives
from the neighboring counties, and
enrolled the following:
Hall County—S. C. Bryant. A. E.
Barton and wife, J. W. McMillan
and wife, W. G. Sullivan and wife,
D. E. Crowe and wife, A. L. •Gailey,
A. A. Gailey, Leonard Suggs.
Banks County—Logan Perkins and
wife, F. L. Ray, Misses Flora and
Mary Ray, Sam Ray, C. A. Brown,
Joe Brown, F. L. Barnett and wife.
Clarke County—H. 0. Langford,
Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. John B. Vaughn,
Miss Eulalia M. Vaughn, Miss John
Barrow County—-E. N. Langford.
Oconee County—D. F. Whitehead,
B. F. Whitehead, E. B. Wells.
Madison County—C. W. Owens and
After the business session, the fol
lowing names were handed in to lend
a lesson each: G. W. Shaw, W. E.
White, Claud Brown, Guy Crook,
Frank Barnett, S. C. Bryant-.
Quartette by .G. W. Shaw, Guy
Crook, E. C. Shulah, S. C. Bryant.
Organists for the day, were: Miss
Lollie Belle Lord, Mrs. L. H. label,
Miss Mary Ray.
Adjourned to meet Sunday morn
ing at 10 o’clock.
Closing song by J. E. J. Lord, and
dismissed by Chaplain G. R. Griffeth.
The convention met Sunday morn
ing at 10 o'clock, and was called to
order by President Barnett. Opening
*ong by G. W. Shaw. Prayer by
Chaplain G. R. Griffeth.
President W. L. Barnett appointed
the arranging* committee, as follows:
W. T. Langford, H. F. Baird, L. H.
Isbel; and the following names were
handed in to sing a lesson each: C. M.
Barnett, E. B. Well*, E. C. Shulah.
Jimmy Richardson, H. F. Baird, E. G.
Duet by Mrs. John B. Vaughn and
Dr. Hubard, Logan Perkins, Hen
ry Richardson, W. J. Whitlock, Alvin
Gailey, Charlie Bachelor, Dolle
Short, John McMillan, Dr. Hamilton,
Fred Hamilton, led a lesson each.
President W. L. Barnett appointed
the Executive Committee, F. L.
Crook, C. M. Barnett, G. W. Shaw.
Also, committee on resolutions: J. A.
Crook, S. W. Lord, W. H. Deavours.
Adjourned one hour and half for
Reassembled at two o’clock. The
opening song led by E. B. Loggins.
The committee handed in the follow
ing names to sing a lesson each: C.
F. Evans, Arthur Baird, Charlie Mc-
Millan. Quaretette by J. H. Towns,
Mrs. John B. Vaughn, Miss Eulalia
Vaughn, Sam Jone3. John McNeal,
E. N. Langford, led a lesson each.
Quartette by F. L. Crook, Miss Gay
nelle Crook, Alvin Gailey, E. C.
Shulah. D. E. Crowe, L. R. Suggs,
A. E. Barton, led a lesson each.
The Convention received an invi
tation from Mountain Creek church,
and accepted the invitation.
Quartettes by Enoch McNeal, John
McMillan, Buddie Bryant, Sam
Jcnes; Charlie McMillan, Henry
Richardson, Jimmy Richardson and
Lee Little. Ernest King, S. C. Bry
ant, led a lesson each. Quartette by
Lee Little, John McMillan, Buddie
Bryant, Enoch McNessL
Quartette by E. W. Whitmire, Lee
Whitmire, Eston Young, Lee Little.
Garlarfd Sutton led a lesson.
Quartette by John McMillan, A. E.
Barton, Sam Jones, Lee Little.
The organists for the day, were:
Mrs. L. H. Isbel, Miss Mary Ray,
Mrs. Dr. Hamilton, Miss John Hazer
Vaughn, A. E. Barton, John Mc-
Millan, Eston Young, Miss Ruth Log
gins, H. L. Smith, Miss Ethel Davis.
Report of The Resolution Committee
Your committee on resolutions
make the following report:
First: We wish to express our
thanks to all the singers from the
adjoining counties for their presence
and assistance in making this con
vention the success it has been.
Second: Whereas, this convention
has met many times with this com
munity, and has always been royally
rnteitained; We again wish to ex
tend to them our sincere thanks for
the kindness and hospitality shown
us during our present convention.
J. A. Crook.
W. H. Deavours.
S. W. Lord. *
The convention adjourned to meet
at Mountain Creek church next year,
Closing song by E. B. Wells. Pray
er by Chaplain G. R Griffeth,,
W. L. Barnett, Pres.
F. L. Crook, Sec’y.
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In the District Court of the Unit
ed States for the Northern District
of Georgia, Gainesville Division.
John Hancock Mutual Life Insur
ance Company, Complainant, vs. A.
Paul Deadwyler, Defendant.
No. 148. In Equity.
Under and by virtue of a decree
of foreclosure and sale passed by
Honorable Samuel H. Sibley, Judge
of said Court, in the above entitled
cause, on July 28, 1926, I, W. K.
Meadow, Special Commissioner ap
pointed by the Court in said cause
for this purpose, will sell at public
outcry to ,the highest bidder for
cash before the court house door of
Jackson, county, Georgia, on the first
Tuesday in September, 1926, between
the legal hours of sale, in bar of
and freed from all rights and the
equity of redemption of Ihe said
defendant in the above entitled
cause, the following described pro
All that tract or parcel of land,
! situate, lying and being in the Four
Hundred Fifty-fifth (455th) G. M.
district of Jackson county, Georgia,
bounded on the north by lands of
J. G. Deadwyler and Company; on
the east by lands of Boone Suddeth
and Strickland lands; on the south
by lands of Moore, of Garrison and
of Harber; on the west by lands of
Carter and of Moore, containing
three hundred eighty-seven and
forty-two hundredths (387.42) acres,
more or less, and more particularly
described by plat made by Benj. H.
Barrow, Surveyor, June 1, 1916, and
recorded in Book “TT”, page 564, |
of the records of Jackson county,;
As provided in the decree above
mentioned, this sale will be reported
to the Court §y the Special Com
missioner, for confirmation or re
jection. This the 2nd day of Au
W. K. Meadow,
Leave To Sell Laed
Georgia Jackson County. Where
as* J. S. Brooks and Mrs. Wilnor
Jackson, now Mrs. Wilnor Compton,
administrators on the estate of R.
E. Jackson, late of said county, de
ceased, make application for leave to
sell the land belonging to said estate;
this is to cite all persons concerned,
kindred and creditors, to show cause,
if any, at the next regular term of
the Court of Ordinary for said coun
ty, to be held on the first Monday
in September, 1926, why said leave
to sell land should not be granted the
applicants. Witness my hand and
official signature, this 2nd day of Au
W. W. DICKSON, Ordinary
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NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER
State of Georgia, County of Jack
son. By virtue of the power con
tained in a trust deed to secure bonds
executed by J. C. Shields of Jackson
County, Georgia, on the 19th day of
July, 1922, to W. J. Tilson and Chas.
D. McKinney, Trustees for bondhold
ers, said deed being. recorded in deed
book “TT," pages 590-1-2 of the rec
ords of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Jackson County, Georgia,
there will be sold at public outcry be
fore the court house door, in Jackson
County, Georgia, by the said W. J.
Tilson and Charles D. McKinney,
Trustees for the bondholders, during
the legal hours of sale, on the first
Tuesday in September, 1926, the fol
lowing described property, to-wit: j
Tract A—All that tract or parcel
of land situate, lying and being in
county of Jackson, State of Geor
gia, and in Jefferson district, bound
ed on the north by lands of Parks
Adams, on east by lands of Will
Smith, on the south by lands of A. S.
Shields, and on the west by lands of
Parks Adams, and more particularly
described as follows: Beginning at
an oak on Shields line, and running
north 85 degrees east nine and forty
five hundredths (9.45) chains to a
rock corner, thence north 33 degress
east eight and forty-three hundredths
(8.43) chains to a rock corner on
Jefferson and Statham highway,
thence north 4 degrees, east sixteen
and four-tenths (16.4) chains to a
rock corner, thence north 73-3-4 de
grees west twenty-one and eight
tenths (21.8) chains to a rock corner,
thence north 69 degrees west thirteen
and four-tenths (13.4) chains to a
rock corner, thence south 10 degrees
east twenty-five (25) chains to a
rock corner, thence south 71 degrees
east fourteen and eighty-six hun
dredths (14.86) chains to a rock
corner, and thence south 3 1-2 de
grees west five and thirty-seven hun
dredths (5.37) chains to the begin
ning oak corner, containing seventy
three acres, more or‘less, according
to survey made by C. M. Thompson,
Surveyor, and recorded in deed book
QQ, page 547.
Tract B—All that tract or parcel
of land in Jefferson district, Jack
son County, Georgia, bounded on the
north by lands of Dudley George, on
the east by Oconee river, on south
by J. C. Shields, and on the west by
Mrs. E. F. Saxon, and more particu
larly described as follows: Begin
ning at a post oak on the west bank
of the Oconee river, and running
thence south 79 1 degrees west 19
chains to a stake, thence south 12
degrees east 9.32 chains to a stake,
thence south 78 1-2 degrees west
40.14 chains to an iron pin on the
road, thence along said road north 41
degrees west 6 chains, thence north
28 1-2 degrees west 5.30 chains to a
stake, thence north 61 1-2 degrees
east 26.80 chains to an elm stump
at the head of a branch, thence
down said branch 37.10 chains, more
or less, to the river, thence down the
river south 14 degrees east 14.10
chains to the beginning point, being
marked tract two (2) on plat made
by L. A. House, and recorded in deed
book MM, page 402 of Jackson coun
ty records, containing one hundred
and or.e-fourth (100 1-4) acres, more
Tract C—All that tract or parcel
of land lyir.g and being in Jefferson
district of Jackson county, Georgia,
and bounded on the north by the
lands of Mrs. E. F. Saxon, on the
northeast by lands of J. C. Shields,
on the southeast by the lands of
Ilarber, on the south by Mulberry
river, and on the west by the lands
<?f Mrs. E. F. Saxon, and more par
ticularly described as follows: Be
ginning at a common corner on the
public road, and running thence
westerly along said road, 13 1-2
chains to a rock corner, thence north
1.77 chains to hickory corner, thence
north 62 degrees west 11 1-2 chains
to a pine, thence south 9 degrees
west 5.90 chains to a corner, thence
north 78 degrees west 19.20 chains
to a post oak, thence south 11 de
grees, east 7.97 chains to a red oak
on the road, thence south 34 chains
to a birch on Mulberry river, thence
down said river 42 chains, more or
less, to a sycamore corner on Har
ber’s line, thence north 28 1-2 de
grees east 15.32 chains, thence north
40 degrees east 7 chains, thence
north 43 degrees east 6.60 chains,
thence north 30 1-2 degrees east 9.32
chains to a pine on the public road,
and whence northwestwardly along
said public road 19 chains to the
beginning point, containing two hun
dred one and three-fourths (201 3-4)
acres, more or less, as per plat by W.
T. Appleby, recorded in deed book
MM, page 201 of Jackson county
Tract D—All that tract of land
lying and being in the county of
Jackson and State of Georgia, and
in Jefferson district, and more pai‘-
ticularly described as follows: Begin
ning at a rock on the public road and
running thence south 15 1-2 degrees
west 35.51 chains to a red oak on
Mulberry river, thence down the
meanders of said river 78.03 chains,
more or less, to a water oak, thence
north 66 1-2 degrees west 28 chains
to a rock corner, thence north 6 1-4
degrees east 3 chains to a rock corn
er, thence along the meanders of the
public road 46.48 chains to the be
ginning point, containing one hun
dred eighty-three and one-half
(183 1-2) acres, more or less, as per
plat made by W. T. Anpleby, and
recorded in deed book MM, page 201
of Jackson county records.
Tract E—All that tract or parcel
of land lying and being in Jefferson
district, of Jackson county, Georgia,
bounded on the north by lands of T.
W. Ethridge, on the east bv lands
of Carruth, Coleman. I. W. EthHdge,
L N. Ross. J. A. Wills and E. H.
Shields, on the south and west by
lands of J. C. Shields, the Oconee
river being the line, and more partic
ularly described as follows: Begin
ning at a gum corner on the east
bank of the Ccones river, th°uce
'north 87 1-2 degrees east 75.88
I chains to a stake n Martin’s creek,
fhence north 9 1-2 degrees east 1.40
chains, thence north 73 degrees east
3.60 chains, thence south 11 degrees
east 2.29 chains, thence south 83 de
grees east 9.70 chains, thence south
25 1-2 degrees east 4.40 chains,
thence south 7.75 chains, thence
south 64 degrees west 10.55 chains
to a dogwood, thence north 85 1-4
degrees west 19.80 chains to a rock
corner, thence south 3 1-2 degrees
east 3.86 chains to an oak, thence
south 88 1-2 degrees west 9.60 chains
to a rock corner, thence south 1 1-2
degrees west 18.50 chains, thence
south 58 1-2 degrees east 20.18
chains, thence north 86 1-2 degrees
east 13.50 chains to a stake on Mar
tin’s creek, thence south 57 degrees
west 15 chains to gum corner, thence
north 86 3-4 degrees west 26.33
chains to a rock corner, thence south
18 1-4 degrees east 16.85 chains,
thence south 83 3-4 degrees west 93
links, thence south 25 1-4 degrees
west 10.82 chains to a gum corner on
Oconee river, and thence northerly
along said river to the beginning
point, containing four hundred nine
and one-fourth (409 1-4 acres, more
or less, and being tract one (1) of
plat made by L. A. House, and re
corded in deed book MM, page 402,
of Jackson county records.
The deed above referred to author
izes and empowers the said W. J. Til
son and Charles D. McKinney, Trus
tees for bondholders, to sell the
property herein described upon the
failure of the said J. C. Shields to
pay any principal or interest note
secured by said trust deed, and,
whereas, the said J. C. Shields has
failed to pay interest coupons aggre
gating the sum of $640.00, which
matured January 19, 1926, and in
terest coupons aggregating the sum
of $640.00, which matured July 19,
1926, and the said W. J. Tilson and
Chas. D. McKinney, Trustees for
bondholders, demanded payment of
same, which has been refused, the
said W. J. Tilson and Chas. D. Mc-
Kinney, Trustees for the bondholders,
has declared the entire series of said
bonds, which aggregate the sum of
sixteen thousand (16,000.00) dollars,
in default, due and payable.
Therefore, by virtue of the powers
conferred by said trust deed, the
said described property will be sold
as the property of the said J. C.
Shields, by W. J. Tilson and Chas.
D. McKinney, Trustees for bond
holders, to the highest bidder for
cash at the time and place above in
dicated, and the proceeds will be ap
plied, first, to the expense of con
ducting the sale, then to the pay
ment of said indebtedness, and the
remainder, if any, to J. C. Shields,
as provided in said deed. This 2nd
day of August, 1926.
W. J. Tilson and Chas. D. McKinney,
Trustees for Bondholders.
Hal Lindsay, 1408 Hurt Bldg., At
Georgia, Jackson County. Pursu
ant to an order of the superior court
of Jackson county, granted on the
4th day of August, 1926, we, Claud
Barnett, Clifton Barnett and J. A.
Standridge, as commissioners, will
sell to the highest bidder for cash at
the court house door in the county
of Jackson, on the first Tuesday in
September, 1926, within the legal
hours of sale, the following described
A certain tract or parcel of land,
situated, lying and being in Jackson
county, Georgia, and containing
thirty-one and one-fourth (31 1-4)
acres, more or less, known as a part
of the Amanda Williams place, and
being the place where Ebb Williams
now resides, in Harrisburg district,
and adjoining lands of Y. D. Maddox
and others, with the improvements
This property will be sold in pur
suance, to the above mentioned ord
er, which is of file in the Clerk's of
fice, superior court, Jackson county,
and said land is being sold under
partition proceedings, so that the pro
ceeds arising therefrom can be dis
tributed in accordance with the par
tition proceedings. The sale of the
said land is made subject to the
confirmation of the court. If Sale
is confirmed, deed will be executed
pursuant to the laws regulating par
J. A. Standridge,
Georgia, Jackson County. To all
Whom it May Concern: Notice is
hereby given, that the appraisers dp
pointed to set apart and assign a
year’s support to Mrs. F. A. Ivey,
the widow of F. A. Ivey, deceased,
have filed their award, and unless
good and sufficient cause is shown,
the same will be made the judgment
of the court at the September term,
1926, of the Court of Ordinary. This
August 11th, 1926.
W. W. DICKSON, Ordinary.
Notice is hereby given that Clyde
Harvil, Milia Harvil and John Har
vil have filed their application before
me to require S. V. Wilhite, Admini
strator of Mrs. M. C. Wilhite, de
ceased, to execute titles under bond
for titles, and I will pass upon said
application the first Monday in Sept.,
1926. This August 9th, 1926.
W. W. DICKSON, Ordinary.
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JOE COLLINS FOR CONGRESS
To People of Ninth District:
I am a candidate for Congress,
subject to Democratic primary.
Born in log cabin in Union county,
poverty compelled doing without edu
cation or making my way. Taking
provisions from home, I did my cookt
ing and laundry nearly three years
at Hiawassee. After graduating
there, at Mercer and Virginia Uni
versity, have practiced law in Gaines,
ville since 1902. .
I have never held office except 8
years ago I carred 8 of 9 counties
for Solicitor General, served four
years, retired without asking re
I favor more Federal aid for roads.
I favor bettering farm conditions and
labor. I believe Congressmen from
South could exert more influence on
National legislation by being more
Will appreciate your help.
Joseph G. Collins.
To the People of the Ninth Con
gressional District of Georgia: I am
a candidate for Congress from the
Ninth Congressional District of
Georgia, subject to the primary to
be held in September. My candi
dacy for this high office is based up
on my experience in farming and
business, and upon my record as a
citizen and legislator. I was bom
and reared in the Ninth District. It
was the home and birth place of my
father and mother. I am bound to
this district by ties of interest and
affection which can never be broken.
It is the desire to serve my people
and to advance the welfare and pros
perity of this district which prompts
me to seek the honor and privilege
of representing you in Congress. If I
am given this opportunity of service,
I shall discharge the duties of the of
fice faithfully and conscientiously,
always having in view the best in
terest of all the people. I shall ap
preciate your vote and influence.
Herman P. DeLaperriere.
To the People of the Ninth Dis
trict: In announcing my candidacy
for the Democratic nomination to
Congress, to be determined at the
polls on September the Bth, I wish
to say it is my purpose to visit all
the counties in the district at as
early date as possible and give an
account of my work as your public
servant. I must at the same time
keep up with my official duties, which
I have never neglected. It will be a
pleasure to me to meet all the peo
ple, and shall make it a point to do
so. In the meantime, I shall appre
ciate very highly anything done by
the people in behalf of my re-elec
tion. If re-elected, the people, one
and all, may depend upon me to
continue my offorts for them in all
matters in which they are interested,
and to do my duty in the future as
I have in the past.
Thomas M. Bell.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for Representative of Jackson coun
ty, subject to the rules and regu
lations of primary election Sept. Bth,
1926. I am serving my first term
as Representative, and hope that my
record and experience will be re
garded by the people of the county as
entitling me to an endorsement, by
re-election, which is usually accorded
officials who have served only one
term. In this connection, I wish to
express my gratitude to the people
of this county for their kindness, co
operation and help during my term of
office. Your interest and continued
support will be highly appreciated.
W. B. Rice.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election to the next General
Assembly of Georgia from Jackson
county, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary. Having served
only one term, and having given my
best efforts for the interest of the
county, I am asking for an endorse
ment. My experience in the sessions
of the present General Assembly
have fitted me for greater and more
effective service to the people, and
if elected I pledge to look carefully
after all questions that touch upon
the welfare and economical admini
stration of State affairs.
Having been urged by friends, and
having a desire to be of service to
my people, I announce myself ®
candidate for Representative of Jack
son County, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary to be hel l
September Bth, 1926. Earnest*?
soliciting the votes and influence of
the good men and women of Jackson
I am, yours for service,
J. E. J. Lord.