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\\ ill be sold before the court house
of said county, between the legal
..... of sale, one the first Tuesday iu
iniia ry, 19tl to the highest bidder for
sl . the following described proper-
o . al tract or parcel of land in
p City of Waycross, Ware county,
, orc ia, in that section of said cl
a* New Waycross, beginning
: k intersection of Cue north bound-
v lines of Kollock street with the
|) boundary line of Sepbenvon street
: ..Miiing r ence east at right angles
s epher— on street. 95 feet, more
. ss. o an alley; thence, north
said alley, and at right angles
•; ..lock street. 70 feet, thence west,
; I with Kollock street, 03 fee:.,
• or less, to Stephenson street,
c south along Stephenson street,
et. more or less, to the point of
.aing. Levied on as the proper
Mrs. Willie Parker to satisfy
ecution in favor of B. Bernstein i
- i against Sweat, McDonald &
r. C. M. Sweat. F. B. McDonald,
) Mrs. Willie Parker, Issued front)
city Court of Waycross. j
Decentmher 3*0,1910. !
D. A. Woodard, Sheriff.
Application for Charter.
GEORGIA—WARE COUNTY. .
about the State of Georgia, as
the holders of the majority of the
To the Superior Court or said County, i l ' lot ‘ k ,uay determlne u P° n -
Tlie petition of Edwin c. Cox. Geo-' C ' deBlr ® ‘ hat * a « l tor '
rge a. Sims, and rial::, E. Pilcherj pom,,on " nre thc P 0 *" und
respectfully shows: ! a; " horl, - v to alld “"7 on lls
1 That tUfr desire for them,elve,. I tuslnM “ above 8,a,<d »" lu
ssoclates, successors and
I brunches and departments as enutn-
signs, to he constituted a body cor-*
porate under the name and style of}
“SOUTHERN FINANCE COMPANY**
I or persoual property, money, fran
chises. choses in action, property
j rights, or other consideration satis-
to borrow and lend money, and
crated-'above; to contract and be con
tracted with; to receive In payment
for its capital stock, either common
ofr .he tern, of twenty years with 1° r Inferred, kr for any bond, or olh-
the privilege of .enewal a. the explr-! er '»*“«• a "- v rpal
atlon of said time as provided by law.
2. The object of said coporatlon
Is pecuniary gain to its stockholders.
* -r, - . . , , ' factory to Its directors
•>- The particular business propos-!
ed to be carried on by said corpora-
j tc give and take security for same;
| to execute promissory notes, bonds,
j debentures, bills of exchange, or oth
er evidence of debt, and to secure
same by mortgage .pledge, deed of
trust, secrulty deed, or otherwise, as
thc directors may deem expeil.nl and
proper; and to have,any an.I all oth-
I or powers, rights, or privlhjes neces-
bdtvlde, plat and , , ..
I -ary or desirable for carry.ng on the
Unary of said County.
: *i.*e sold at public out cry on
'irst Tuesday iu January, 1913,
Court Ht/use in Said County,
en the usuul hors of sale the
ing real estate: Forty-five (43)
more or less of lot of land nura-
Seventy-six (76) in the 8th Dis-
•f said county, bounded, to-wlt:
e North by original land Hue. on
)ut*n by Carswell’s lands, on the
'»y lands of D. W. Sweat, on tlie
by A. B. & A. Railroad, ouo
ituated on the South side of tho
described land excepted for
ii purposes. Also Twenty (20)
more or Jess of lot of land num-
Seventy-six (76), in the Sth Die*
it of said County, bounded as fol-
v.-; On the -North by lands of A.
Britt, on the South by lands of J.
Wideman, on the East by A. B. &
ntullroad. on the West by lands of
lius A. James.
The sale will continue from day to j
between the same hours until all
said property, is sold. Terms cash,
is 3th day of December, 1910.
Julius A. James,
dminlstrator of the Estate of W. T.
OTICE TO DEBTORS
tato of Georgia, Ware County.
Notice is hereby given to all credl-
■s of the estate of Alexander Se«-
a. late of said County, deceased,
ender in an account of their dc-
nds to us within the time prescribed
law a.'operly made out; and. all
sons Indebted to said deceased are
•eby requested to make Immediate
mnt to the undersigned.
’his 16th day hf December, 1910.
lex K. Sessoms and John G. Sessoms,
tutors of til lust will and testa-
t of Alexander Scssoms, deceased.
> .101A—WARE COUNTY.
virtue Oi an order of the Court
Ordinary of raid County.
Will be sold ar public out cry on
First Tuesday in January, 1911,
the Court House In Said County,
ween the usuul hors of sale the
Howlng real estate, to-wlt: Fifty
0) acres of lot of land number Fifty
line (59) ,ln the Sth District of Ware
unty, Georgia, bounded to-wlt:
unded on the West by lands of
ieorge W. Deen, on the North by
anda of George Howell, on the East
lands'of W. M. Acock and George
; Deen, said lam! *s more particular
ly described as Ijelng the'land that
M. J. Thrift died, ceased, and
Possess rd of, and known as her home
Tie sale will continue from day to
day between th esame hours, until all
the said property Is sold. Terms cash.
This the 5th day of December, 1910.
E. B. Sundy.
Administrator of the Estate of Mrs.
jThrtft . j j.iie
CD To acquire, by purchase, lease
or otherwise, any and all kinds of I
al and personal property, including I
Improved and unimproved real estate!
and wild lands wherever situated, and i
!. hold, s- ll, mortgage and en-
* same. j
I improve lands aqd real estate for pur
poses of sale or otherwise, to con-
- struct, erect and operate thereon,
I buildings, machinery and appliances,
roadways or tramways; to develop
and maintain, nonstruct ami, operate
artesian wells and pumping plants,
together with irrigation and drainage
canals and ditches, and to furnish
water for agricultural, domestic and
ether purposes; to lay out, develop,
Improve and promote, towns, cities,
fat ms, farm settlements auu colonies,
and commercial, agricultural, manu
facturing and other enterprises; t«.
carry on thc business of farming or
planting, and to improve, develop
and operate fruit and agricultural
lands; to raise, produce, buy, sell, ex
change and deal In trees, plants,
shrubs .reals and all'kinds of fruit,
nursery, vegetable and farm products;
to buy. sell, lease, and hold timber,
timber lands, tracts and rights; to
ma'ntnin and operate sawmills, and
to buy and sell lumber and other
wood products, as well as to manufac
ture same, including shingles, laths,
staves, boxes, crate-, baskets, and
generally to deal In lumber and tiw-
hfr poducts; to manufacture, buy,
seli aud deal in rosin, turpentine and
other naval stores; to conduct a gen
eral real estate business and to buy
and sell lands either upon Its own ac
count, or as agent or broker for oth
ers and to charge commissions for
same; to conduct a commlsary or
commissaries, and to buy, sell and
deal generally In good, wares and
merchandise of all kinds.
(c) To conduct Its business as
above stated in all itg branches, and
to have one or more business offices,
end without restriction to Improve,
manage, operate, buy sell, lease or
otherwise dispose of any other prop
erty. r* e.i cr personal, In any of the
Mutes, territories, districts or colonial
possessions of the United States and
in foreign countries, as may from time
to time become convenient ami neees-
(4) The capital stock of said cor
poration shall bo One Hundred Thous
and (ftOO.OQO.Ooi Dollars, divided in
to five hundred (50o) shares of com
mon stock of the par value' of $100.00
per share, and Five Hundred (500)
shares of preferred stock of thc sum.
par value; but petitioners desire, tin*,
sabl corporations shall have the right
to Increase said capital stock, either
common or preferred or both, to anv
amount not xece°ding Five Hundred
Thousand ($500,000.00) Dollars, cams
to be done from time to time whenev
er the holders of the majority of the
f'oek may so determine. The rights
of Hu. holders of tin* preferred stock
>uuil be *vr forth an*! determine.! ly
the bj-Iaws to be adopted by the Com
pany, at Its organization meeting, and
such parts of said by-laws as relate
to the rlghs of preferred stockholders
shall not thereafter be altered, amen
ded or rescinded without the consent
of all of the stockholders of the pre
ferred stock, then outstanding.
5. The crindpal place of business
of said corporation shall be id thc
city of Waycrose, County and State
r.fcresald: but petitioner* desire that
said corporation shall have the right
to transact business elsewhere, and
to establish branch offices or a
business of said company of any of j
tiie .kinds of same, us aforesaid, and j
ueccynnllkbing the objecU uiul purpos* j
es of said corporation, as if they j
were specially enumerated herein, i
the foregoing- eiiumeratu n not beihg j
held to limit or restrict, in any man- j
ner, the powers of thi* Company to j
which it is otherwise entitled; nnd j
to have all the other rights, powers,,
privligrs and immunities common ana
incident to corporations generally un
der tho law.
WHEREFORE, petitioners pray
that an order be granted Incorporat
ing them in accordance with the fore
going; and they will ever pray. etc.
Wilson, Bennett & l.ambdin,
Attorneys for Petitioners.
Filed in office this December Third,
(Signed) E. ,T. Berry,
Cierk Superior Court.
I hereby certify that the above Is
a true copy of the charter.
(Signed) E. J. Berry,
Cierk Superior .Court.
■ 'Time’s Flight Turned Backward**
SAGE AND SULPHUR.
Made Her Look Twenty Years Younger
READ MRS. HERRICK’S SWORN STATEMENT
State of New York
County of Monroe
Rochester N. Y.
Nancy A. Herrick, l>cing duly sworn, deposes and says: When
I was a girl, I had a head of heavy, long, dark brown hair which
was the envy of my schoolmates, and which attracted the atten
tion and remarks of strangers. As 1 grew older, my hair com
menced to come out, just a little at first, but gradually more and
more, and that began to turn gray. 1 was induced by thc many
good reports I had heard of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy to try a bottle. My hair was quite thin and gray when
I began using Sage and Sulphur, aud you can imagine my satis
faction w! ■ ' • ’ ;> it was fast coming back to its natural
condition, being thicker, darker and more glossy than it had been
for a long tjtne. I continued to use Sage and Sulphur, aud my
hajr is now as heavy, dark and smooth as when I was a girl oi
sixteen. It is now four years since 1 commenced using Sage ar.d
Sulphur, Uiul my hair is still in splendid condition.
Sworn to be/or* me Ikit IjI\ ■)
day of July, tgai '
Letters of Administration
To all whom It may concern:
A. A. Walden having fn proper
form applied to me for Permanent Let
ter* of Adndnlstration on the estate of
N. F. Arnold, Into of said county,
this is to city nil nnd singular the cre
ditors and next of kin of N. F. Ar
nold, to be an appear at mmy office
wlthlu the time allowed by law’, and
show cause, if any they can, why per
manent administration should not be
granted to A. A. Walden, on said
estate. Witness my hand and official
stgnaure, this 5th day of December,
B. H. Thomas, Ordinary.
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m W Y E T H *s
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HAIR R E M E D V
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It Is Not Sticky, Oily Or Greasy
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It Makes The Hair Soft And Glossy
It Quickly Removes Dandruff
It Restores Faded And Gray Hair To Natural Color
It Stops Hair Falling And Makes The Hair Grow
It Will Make You Look Years Younger
50c. and $1
V A BOTTLE
Will be *old on the first Tuesday In
January, 1911, at the court house In
said county, within the legal hours of
sale, to tho highest bidder for cash,
he following described property, to-
One but headed row, color white
with red head mark; one but headed
heifer yearling, color browi^. with
white face, marked; one but headed
. color brown; one but headed
yearling, color brown; one black nnd
bite spotted heifer yearling marked
* but beaded bull with red face, me
marked. Yearling marked crop and
splits In one ear and. swallow-
fork In the other ear; al^o ono 1
The above described personal prop
erty levied on as the property of A.
B. Fisher to satisfy an execution Is-
sued from the City‘Court of Wayrross
In favor of J. D. Herrin.
This December 9th,* 1910.
, (Hlgned) D. A. Woodard,
Sheriff City Court of Waycross.
In the District court of the United
States for the southwestern Div
ision of tire Southern District of
In the matter of F. L. Page, Bankrupt
In .pursuance of an order granted
by the court, In the above stated mat
ter, on November 29th. 1910, there will
cfes In any other place, either within' be aohl before the court house door,
74 Cortlandt St. <
NEW YORK, N. Y.
For Sale and Reoommended by CHEROKEE PHARMACY-
AT ALL DRUGGISTS
11 Yonr Druggist Docs Not Keep It,
Send Us The Price In Stamps, And
We WIU Send Von A Large Bottle,
Express Prepaid. *
lor bactache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities.
Foley Kidney Pills purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Befcuo substitutes.
FOR SALE BY OEM PHARMACY.
nt Waycross. Ware coun y. Georgia, apart a twelve Montha Support for) A. C. Orlffln and W. II. Lea. adnuttr
on the first Tuesday In January 1911, [ the family of W. G. Bradley deceased I Istrator upon tho ostato of Mrs. Mary
to the highest bidder for cash, sub-1 ha\i..lJ their return, all persons Griffin, deceased, late of said county,
Ject to the confirmation by thc court, concerned are hereby cited and re- j having filed tholr petition for do*
following described property to ] quire A to show cauao In the Court of j chnrge, this Is to cito all persons con-
Ordlnnry of said County on the first; corned to show cause against tho
One half undivided inter
tract fir par* <■! of land known ns the |
"Pagi! & Crawley" subdivision of that
portion of the City of Waycross,.Ware
county, Georgip. known as "New Way
s’*, a plat of aaid division being
of record in the office the Clerk of
the Superior Court of said county In
Book f Plats "A", page 7. and being
more particularly described as follows
One acre, more or less, Tronting 202
feet on No*!)U street, 210 feet on
Mays street, 207 feet on Wudloy street
and 192 fe<*t on Bird street.
Howe ver the said land will be sold
subject to a bond for. title, dated Sep
(ember sth. 19M', held by Cleveland f
Johnson, of Ware county, Georgia
(omlitionpd upon the payment of $200.
end upon which there has been paid
the sum of $65.00, covering lots 7 and
s In said subdivision, tho aamebclng
in rhr* Northwest corner thereof and
frotnlng 90 /c<*t on Bird street, the
said two lots be'ng about ono fourth
part of the entire subdivision.
The sucecMfql bidder will be re
quired to deposit 10 per cent of the
entire amount of his bid, as an eviden
ce of good faith. The balance of the
purchase money to bo paid me upon
the confirmation of the said -sale by
Dated this the 5th day of December
1910. John 8. Walker,
In all that] lilondny In January next why the ap-j granting of such discharge, at tho reg-
plication for mid twelve months tup- til nr term of tho court of vrdluarr tor
port should not he granted.
This December Gtb, 1910.
». H, Thomas, Ordinary.
a ild county to l>c hold on the First
Monday In January, 1911,
Tills 7th day of November, 1910.
B. II. Thomas, Ordinary.
Application for Yoaro Support,
Tho Appraisers appointed to sot
State of Georgia, County cf Ware.
To nil Whom It May Concern;
G. I*. Washington, a resident of this
state, having in due form applied to
the undersigned for gunrdinnship of
tho property of Phoeby Galnus, a lu
natic, notice is hereby given that snta
application will bo heard at tho next
Court of Ordinary for said County,
on tho find Monday In January, 19(1.
Witness my hand and official signa
ture, this the 5th day of Decomhor,
B. II. Thomas,
Ordinary, Ware County.
LEAVE TO SELL.
8. T. Wright as administrator of ths
estate of W. A. Price, deceased, hav
ing applied for leave to sell the land
belonging to the estate of said Price
tor the purpono of paying the debts of
said estate, and for distribution, no
tice is hereby given that said appll
catirih will ho beard by me at the re
gular term -of Court of Ordinary ol
salrl county, to be held on (he first
Monday In January, 1911.
This December 5tb, 19U.
B. H. Thomas, Ordinary.
To all whom it may concern:
Henry W. Wilson having lu proper
form applied to me for Permanent
Letters of Administration on the es
tate of John E. Wilson, late or said
.county, this Is to clto all and singular
the creditors and next of kin of John
E. Wilson to bo and appear at my
office within the time allowed by law,
nnd show cause. If any they can, why
permanent administration should not
be granted to Henry W. Wilson on
Witness my hand and .official signa
ture, this 5th day of December, 1910.
B. H. Thomas, Ordinary.
PETITION FOR DISCHARGE.
BANKS ON SURE THINGS NOW.
"I'll never be without Dr. King's
New Life Pills again," writes A.
Bchlngeck, 647 Elm Street. Untfaie,
N, Y. "They cured me of chronic con
stipation when all others failed.” Un-
equaled for Biliousness, Jnundfe, In
digestion. Headache, Chills, Malaria
and Debility. 25c at All Druggists.
Eggs gone down at Hardy Bros., to
35c a dox. They are guaranteed
RING 174 FOR WOOO.
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