Petition Fox* Charter.
GEORGIA, Baldwin County:
To the Superior Court of said County.
The petition of If. L. Brown, D. W.
Brown and D. S. Sanford, all of Mill-
edgeville, said State and County, re
That they desire for themselves,
their associates and successors, to be
incorporated and made a body politic
under the name and stylo of “Brown
Hardware Company ’’ tortile period of
Twenty (20) years with the right of
renewal at the expiration of said twenty
The principal office and place of bus
iness of said corporation shall be in the
city of Milledgeville, said State and
Par. 3rd. '
The object of said corporation is pe
cuniary gain to itself and its sharehold
Petitioners propose to carry on and
conduct a general Hardware business,
to buy and sell, both wholesale and re
tail staple and patent hardware, wire,
iron, tools of every description, nails,
stovps and ranges, guns and pistols,
tinware and to manufacture same,
crockery’ farming implements of every
description, machinery of all kinds,
and to deal in all other articles and
things usually and generally kept and
carried in a Hardware store, and all
other articles and things as may be
profitably handled and sold in connect
ion therewith, acting as general and
special agents for other persons or
Companies in selling or handling any
articles or class of articles appropria e
to the Hardware business or nsnally or
conveniently connected therewith, and
to make contracts to act as such agent.
The Capttal stock of said Corporation
shall be SIX THOUSAND Dollars, with
the privilege of increasing same to the
sum of FIFTY THOUSAND Dollars
or any part of said sum by a majority
vote of the stockholders, said stock to
be divided into shares of ONE HUN
DRED Dollars each, and more than ten
per cent of the proposed Capital stock
has already been paid in.
Petitioners desire the right to sell for
e is! or ciedit, to sue and be sued,
to; ad and be impleaded, to have and
u r " a common seal, to make nil nec-
i sar\ by-laws and regulations, and to
no r.l 1 other things that may be neces
sary f< " the successful carrying on of
s'ul i I'-iness, including the right to
buy. ho'd and sell real estate and per
sonal property suitable to the purposes
of tiie corporation, and to execute notes
and bonds as evidence of indebtedness
incurred, or to be incurred in the con
duct of ttie affairs of tiie corporation
and to secure the same by mortgages,
security deed, or other form of liens,
under existing laws.
They desire for said incorporation
tli • ; o- or and authority to apply for
and accept amendments to its Charter
of either form or substance, by a vote
cf a majority of its stock outstanding
at tho time.
They desire for the said incorpora
tion, that it have all such other rights,
powers, privileges and immunities as
are incident to like incorporations or
permitted under the laws of Georgia.
Wherefore, petitioners pray to be in
corporated under the name and style of
“Brown Hardware Company”, with
tlie powers, privileges, rights and im
munities herein set ont. and as are now
or may hereafter be. allowed a corpo
ration of similar ciiaracter under the
laws of Georgia.
This the Stli, day of February, 1912
D. B. Sanford D. S. Sanford,
Sheriffs Sale. Application lor Charter.
GEORGIA, Baldwin County: ' GEORGIA, Baldwin County:
Will be sold at the Court House door; To the Superior Com t of Said County,
in said county, on the first Tuesday iu I The petition of. .E W, McMillan, M.
April, 1012. witlnu tile legal hours of S. Bell, Lewis Flemister, L. N. Call-
sale, to-wit: ) awav, A. J. Carr. A. \V. Tisdale. It
All of the following described houses. W. McMillan, A. C. McKinley, of Bald-
together with the premises upon which
the said houses are erected, the follow
ing described lands and houses:
One two room house with brick chim
ney and pillars, stove flue, front porch,
four outside doors, four windows, ceil
Alsoione three room house With him
and one bricx chimney, stove tine, two
outside doors, six windows, ceiled
throughout, this house,' is next to tiie j
Also two room house, it being a dn- )
plicate and described as the first above.
Also one three room house with brick
win county, Georgia, B. W. Hunt,
of Putnam, Couuty, Georgia, John 11.
McKiuzie and J, W, Marclnpau, of
Fulton Comity, Georgia, Respectfully
That they desire tor themselves, their
associates and sucoessors, to be incorpo
rated and made a body, politic under
the name and stale of the “MIEL-
KDGKVILLE BRICK WORKS COM
PANY" for the term of TWENTY
HITS THE SPOT EVERY TIME
The principal office amd manufactory
chimney, three outside doors, six win- 1 of said Company shall be iu the City of
dows, front porch, this house beiug Milledgeville, said State and County
south of the throe room house described aforesaid, but petitioners desire tiie
above, all of the above described four right, to establish branch ‘ offices and
houses being on a tract of land on the manufactories within this state or
east side of the public road from Mill- elsewhere, when the holders of a ma
edgevisle to Irwiuton, and iu the city jority of the stock may so determine,
limits of Milledgeville, Ga„ and in the Par. 3rd.
southern part of said city and almost j The objectof said corporation is pe-
west of the property of Joe Bland and | cuniary gain to itself and its share-
this tract upon which the said houses ! holders,
are erected formerly belonged to the j Par. 4th.
estate of Caraker, (and the houses were j The business to bo conducted and car-
erected by Bro»ch_ upon part o_f the j ried on by sain corporation, is the man-
Application for Dismission.
GEORGIA—Baldwin County. Office
of Ordinary. Notice is hereby given
that Mrs. Minnie McMillan, guardian
of her minor children, lias applied for
dismission from said guardianship, hav-
uiade her final return as such guardian
to this office, and same will be passed
upon on the first Monday in April, 1912,
a id if no objections are filed thereto,
letters of dismission will he granted as
praved for. Given under my hand and
seal, this the 4th dav of March, 1912,
W. H. STEMBRIDGE.
Ordinarv B. 0.
laud purchased by Broach from J. E.
Kidd and M. S. Bell.)
Also oue two room house erected on
the tract of land in the 321st, District,
G. M., said state and couuty, known iu
the plan of “Oconee Heights” as lots
Nos. (2 and 3) two and three, in block
“ vl”, it being lots purchased from
Maggie Godard by W. P. Broach on
December 14th,11910 and said deed is
recorded in deed book No. 3, page 403,
to which deed reference is for a bet
ter and fuller description.
AIbo a two room house in the village
of Harrisburg, in the 321st, Ilestrict, G.
M.. said state and county, on a lot
bounded on the north by lands of
Dr. H. D. Allen, on the east by the
right of way of the Central of Georgia
railroad, on the south by lands of Har
riet Killings, and on the west by lands
of Oscar Stevens, it being the same lot
purchased by W. P. Broach from Emma
Pittman, on December 3rd, 1910, said
deed is recorded iu deed oooli “pp”,
All of said described land and im
provements levied on to satisfy an ex
ecution issued from the Superior court
of Baldwin comity, Ga,, at the January
term, 1912, of said Court, on the fore
closure of a Materialman’s and Con
tractor’s lien of Guy Miller against
said W. P. Broach for material and
work done on said described houses
and premises. Lien filed Feb. 25ch,
1911 aud recorded in lieu book I page
51, foreclosed at Jnly term, 1911 of
Baldwin Superior Court, and Judge
ment had at Jan. Term, 1912 of said
Court. The execution being in favor
of Gnv Miller against W. F. Broach
and the houses and land described above.
Levy made Feb. 14th, 1912, and all
parties notified in writiug.
This February 15th, 1912.
S. L. TERRY,
Sherriff B. C. Ga.
GEORGIA, Baldwin County:
Will be soled on tho first Tuesday in
April, next at public outcry before the
Court House door iu said couuty to the
highest bidder for cash, all that certain
lot of land situate and being in said
state and county and iu the city of Mil
ledgeville, said lot containing one-fourth
of an acre more or less and having
ereetefl thereon a two-room house, and
being bon tided as follows: North by
lauds of David Kitchens, East by lands
of Andrew Wall, south by lands of
West Singleton aud West by Columbia
street. Said property levied on as the
property of David Kitchens, a minor, in
the charge of Francis Harper to satisfy
a tax fi la issued by K. P. Howkins, Tax
Collector of Baldwin Couuty for State
and County ’Paxes for the year 1911,
amounting to $9.10.
Tenant iu tossession notified in terms
of terms of the law.
Levy made by E. A. Butts, Cousta.
bie, and turned over to me this 6th day
of March, 1912.
S. L. TERRY, Sheriff.
nfaotnro aud sale of brick, pottery, and
alljother articles aud things made aud
mannfoctured from clay and all
such articles and tilings of which
clay is basis, and all such articles and
things as may be profitably handled and
sold in connection therewith, acting as
special or generabagents for other p>r-
sons or companies in selling or handling
any article or thing or device appropri
ate to the manufacture of brick or clay
articles to inclnde the contracting of
and the building for others of Kilns of
The Capiial stock of said corporation
shall be Eighty Five Thousand ($85,-
000.00) Dollars, with the privilege of
increasing same to the snin of Two hun
dred Thousands Dollars, by a major
ity vote of the stockholders, said stock
to be divided into shares of ONE HUN
DRED DOLLARS each.
Tin per cent, of the amount ot cap
ital to bo employed by them has
been actually paid iu. Petitioners de
sire the right to have subscriptions to
said capital stock paid in money or
property at a fair valuation.
Petitioners desire the right to sell for
cash or credit, to he sued and to sue, to
plead and be impleaded, to have and use
a common Seal, to make all necessary
by-laws aud regulations, aud to do all
other things that may be neecssary for
the successful carrying on of said bus
iness, including the right to buy, hold
and sell real estate aud personal prop
erty, snitable to the purposes of the
Corporation, and to execute notes ard
bonds as evidence of indebtedness in
curred, or which may btr'incurred iu the
conduct of the affairs of the corporation
and to secure same by mortgage, secu
rity deed, or other form of lieu under
They desire for said corporation the
power and authority to apply for and
accept amendments to its charter, of
either form or substance, by a vote
ot' a majority of its stock outstanding at
They desire for the said corporation
tho right of renewal when and as pro
vided by the laws of Georgia, and that
it have all such other__ rights, powers,
privileges and immunities as are inci
dent to like ino >rporation or permis
sible under the laws of Georgia.
Wherefore petitioners pray to be in
corporated under the name aud style
afforesuid witli tiie powers, privileges
and immunities herein set forth, and as
are now, and as may hereafter be, al
lowed a corporation of similar char
acter under the laws of Georgia.
D. B. Sanford & D. S Sanford,
Att'ys Cor Petitioners.
Hie explanation is sMple;lheyare
madenHh the greatest care and
every ingredient has to pass the
test of our own laboratories %•
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HIGH GRADE WORK. ' LOW PRICES
Requests for Designs and Prices will receive Prompt and
GEGREIA, Baldwin County.
To All Whom it May Concern:
George Brittain having applied for
guardianship of the persons Annie Lou,
George Randal, Edward and Willie
Lewis Johnson., minor children of
Lessie Johnson, late of said couuty,
deceased, notice is given that said ap
plication will be heard at mv office at
10 o’clock A. H.. on the first Meudav
ill April uexr.
This 5ch of March, 1912.
W. II. Stembririge,
Application lor Administration.
GEORGIA—Baldwin Conuty. Ordi
nary’s office Notice is hereby given
that Frank A. Hall has applied to me
lor letters of administration oil the es-
tote of Marinda Parker, late of said
county, deceased, aud that said applica
tion will be heard at the regular April
term, 1912, of the court of ordiuary of
said conuty. W. H. STEM BRIDGE,
Ordinary B C
Application for Administration.
GEORGIA—Baldwin County. Ordi
nary’s office. Notice is hereby! given
that B. Hill has applied to me for let
ters ot administration i n the estate of
E H Burritf, deceased, and that said
application will be heaid at the regular
April rerm, 1912. of the court of Ordi
nary of said county.
W. H. STEMBRIDOE.
Ordinary, B, C.
Application lor Year’s Support.
GEORGIA, BALDWIN COUNTY:
Ordinary’s Offloe Mtb. A. I). Na
pier having made application for year’s
support out of the estate of John W. Na
pier, late of said county, deceased, and
appraisers duly appointed to sot apart
the same having filed their return, all
persons conceruad are hereby required
to show eauso before the court of Ordi
nary of said county on the first Monday
in April, 1912, why said application
should not be granted. This March 4th,
1912. W. H. STEMBRIDGE,
Ordinary B. C.
GEORGIA, Baldwin Oounty:
I, J . O. Cooper, Clerk of thcSuperior
Court of said Oounty do tiereby certify
that the foregoing is a true aud correct
copy of tiie application for Charter of
the “Milledgeville Brick Works Com
pany,” as the same appears cf file in
Witness my official signature and
seal of said Court, this the 4th day of
J. C. COOPER.
Clerk Superior Court Baldwin., Co, Ga.
(left me with a frightful cough and I
very weak. I had spells when I could j
hardly breathe or spe^k for 10 to 201
jminuies. My doctor Could not help]
j me, but I was completely cured by[
Mrs. J. E. C«x, Joliet, 111.
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An Explanation and An Invitation
Twentvsix years ago, I came to
Milledgeville to make 2,5UO,00O brick
for the stato, the extra tine brick
clay and good schools caused me to
I leased eighteen acres of land and
commenced making brick in a small
The extra quality of the clay
brought orders from a distance, ad
ditional machinery from time to time
was put to work, the leased land pur-
ceased and additional land added,
now I own over a mile of fine clay
land, and a business that is as well
established as any in the state.
Many customers continue to buy
from me who commenced dealing
with me twenty-six years ago.
The time books show some of the
same hands I hired the first week I
came here, and the sons of some of
these hands never worked for any
one but me.
I’ve never asked a bill collector to
come again for his money, and never
failed to pay every hand rn cash,
(no commissary) every Saturday.
(Truly Georgia is a great state to
settle in if you KNOW HO\Y TO
WORK AND WILL WORK.)
The steady increase in the demand
for the “McMillan Brick” compels an
extensive enlargement, part of the
enlargement is a continuous kiln, ap
proximately 370 feet long, and a cliim
ney stack 135 feet high,
Such kilns are used in Scotland,
where T learned to work iu brick, the
cost of such a kiln, witli other addi
tions, will be between thirty and for
ty thousand dollars, but the saving
in fuel and labor is proportionately
great. The greatest single item of
cost in making brick is the fuel cost.
A kiln such as I propose to erect
would save oyer half of the fuel. To
make these improvements I propose
to convert the business into a stock
company, capitalized at $86,000.00,
keep $45,000.00 of the stock and from
the sale of the $40,000.00 make im
provements and have working capi
tal. The shares sell at $100.00 each
payable one-third cash, one-tliird
April 15th aud the balance June 17th.
The right is reserved to reject any
subscription for stock.
Mr. MoKensie is a sure enough brick
maker, lie was raised iu the business
aud made a fortune ont of it. Read
what lie says:
“I have seen the extensiveness of
his plant, the extra fine quality of
tiie clay bed, aud know of the steady
increase, of his business, and of the
excellent reputation of his brick.
Mr. McMillan is showing good bus
iness judgment in making an en
largement of his plant.
With this continuous kiln over half
the fuel cost will be saved and much
I’ve taken stock in his company
and unhesitatingly recommend you
to do the same.
From 15 to 20 per cent per annum,
good management should be the
I beg to remain,
JNO. H. Me KEN Z IE
WHAT IS SAIT) ABOUT THE
BRICK AT HOME.
MILLER S. BELL, MAYOR
March 4, 1009.
To the Public:
I take plcuscre in recommending
the brick manufactured by Mr. J. W.
McMillan, proprietor of the Milledge
ville Brick Works. He has one of
the'very best rud most thoroughly
equipped brick plants in the state.
The quality of clay used in making
these brick is said to be as fine as
there is iu this ouutry.
The brick from tli hi enterprise have j or
been need in erecting five large build
ings uow iuuse on tiie campus of the
Georgia Normal and Industrial Gol-
lege, aud as a director in this institu
tion I can say that the brick used
are in every way satisfactory—his
brick being strong there is practical
ly no waste in handling.
Recently the city of Milledgeville
completed an elegant and commo
dious City Hall, and by virtue of my
office as Mayor, was chairman of the
building committee. The brick fur
nished by Mr. McMillan for Ibis pur
pose were highly satisfactory.
Dir. McMillan is clever, honest and
a most agreeable gentleman in his
business relations. I,cheerfully rec
ommend Mr. McMillan and his brick
to the public.
Over four million brick in these
WHAT IS SAID ABOUT THE
BRICK AWAY FROM HOME.
George H. Crafts, Civil Engineer.
Steel Bridges aud Foundations, Struc
tural Towers and Steel Structural
Work. Plans and Estimates
Furnished. P, O. Box 245
Atlanta, Ga. Aug. 11, 1901.
Mr. J. W. McMillan,
Dear Sir: —
I wired you this moruiug “Ship one
car ol' very best hard brick to Charles
ton,” Hope you can get them off
at once and trust that you will send
a brick that will pass the Iuspecctor,
as they‘require the best common
brick. If these are all right, my
foreman there will order the balance
of the 76M which I shall need and you
will please to ship them of same
quality. THIS WILL BE A GOOD
ADVERTISEMENT FOR YOU, AS
THEY HAVE TURNED DOWN
THREE OTHER BRICK. Send hill
of lading to Mr. FI. C. Reynolds, Sul
livan's Islaud, S. O., as soon as ship
ped. Yours truly,
George H. Crafts.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 27, 1901.
Mr J. W. McMillan,
Find enclosed check for $443.56 in
payment of brick furnished for Gov
ernment Store house at Sullivau’s Is
land, S G, Please return receipted
I thank you very much for
tiie pains you have been at to give me
a good lot of brick there, and I know
that they mustbe a fine lot of brick
they wouldn’t have passed, I
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