UNION RECORDER, MILLEDGEVILLE, CA„ AUGUST 1«, 19«
\y Arthur Bnibiiw ’
TAKING CASH FROM WOMEN
COLOR IN MOTION PICTURES
A PENNY PLUS 900 YEARS
blackened waste of wheat and
ure land, comprising some 80,000
[ acres, mark the ravages of a fire
that romped across the Eureka flats
in Wast.ngton state grain country
between Walla Walla and the Touch-
et river, and was halted only after
hundreds of men had fought the
ie» for hours.
Man is the only creature that cooks
retire from hard ; pqr RENT—Hoi
In New York
years old. about
work, kills herself. Her life's sav-t street. See T.
ings had been lost in a mining |
swindle. Real estate sharks, oil tist of Vienna,
sharks, all kinds of sharks, swindle things to
women. They believe, poor things, 1 hynotism
what they want to believe, that they nal, Vera
are to be made rich. I fifte
Women should not invest in what
THEY DO NOT UNDERSTAND.
They should not buy land that they
have not seen. And having seen it.
they fhould think it o*
doe.-; and says
rry the criminal. By
caused a young crimi-
•no Booher, to confess after
minutes the murder of his
ther, sister and two hired men.
could I, me,
of that land?
Dr. Langsner says each ha:
nse that can be made to receive
i* thought of another. Thought is
line it something like a broadcasting opera-
ptical' l ' on -
Hie hypnotizes the criminal and
easily obtains the truth from him be
cause ‘his crime is always on his
ally make a living out of that land? To The Superior Court of Baldw
Or. if it is to be sold at a profit. | County, Georgia:
how do I know that I can sell it j The petition of Oconee Electric
at a profit? And why doesn't the ( Light and Power Company respect-
man keep it and take the huge pro- j fully shows as follows:
fit himself?" , 1. That it was originally incor-
If you arc leaving money to wife i porated by virtue of an order and
or daughters, fix things so that no judgment of this Honorable Court for
other nun will be able to get it from! the full term of twenty (20) years
them. I on the 17th day of October, 1899.
1 2. That by subsequent order of
Gene Tunney, whom certain this Honorable Court granted on or
prizefight "fans" don't like, because about April 3rd, 1908, its said char-
he has brains and they haven't, re
tires from the ring. That, it is tnii
will "hurt the game,” which is to.
bad. No matter what champion the;
may develop to collect money frnn
fools, it can never he proved that hi
could have beaten Tunney.
Tunney. you read, "is
Paris to study philosophy."
cellent place. The Sorbonn
But the iivportant thing
a philosopher, not merely i
of other philosophers.
If Tunney can take his $2,000,000
quickly c.trned out of prize fighting
and stay out he will have proved hini-
Melf a philosopher.
Mr. Eastman, king of all kinds of
Talking movies will put a prem
on intelligence. A cultivated v<
’ndicaten a cultivated mind, ai d c
not be created over night.
Roman coins dug up after 2,000
years are worth in silver and gold
only what they were worth when
This shows the importance of keep
ing your money earning interest. A
silver penny, like the one mentioncc
in the Bible, put out at interest com
pounded annually for only 900 years
would amount to $ 1.270^000.000,.
oney than there
i the ■
A great fire raging over farm
lands in the Northwest hums 75,-
000 acres of wheat and par<urage.
Homes and ranches are burned with
crops, farmers fighting it in vain.
Would it be possible to equip a
fleet of -lirplanes with chemical ap
paratus for extinguishing fire, to deal
with a disaster of this kind?
Aircraft manufacturers and those
that manufacture chemical fire ex- July 1
tinguishers might answer that ques-;
Aircraft manufacturers and those
that manufacture cnemical fire ex
tinguishers might answer that ques-
ter was amended and as so amended
was renewed for a further period of
twenty (20) years from the date of
expiration of its original charter,
namely: October 17th, 1919.
3. That it now derires to sur
render to the State its said charter
and franchises as u corporation and
he dissolved by order and decree of
this Honorable Court.
4. That such dissolution may be j
allowed without injustice to any
BE stockholder or to any person having
claims or demands of any character
against this corporation.
That it has disponed of all of
its property and hus paid, or provid
ed for the payment of all demands
and obligations of every kind owing
by it to any person or persons.
That at n special meeting of
ickholders called for such pur-
and with notice to each stock
holder, held at the office of the Com
pany on July 13th, 1928, at which
meeting every stockholder was pres
ent or represented, a resolution was
unanimously adopted by the affir
mative vote of its entire outstanding
capital stock resolving that the corpo
ration should surrender its charter
and franchises to the State and be
dissolved ns a corporation; that prop
er proceedings) for this purpose be
instituted by petition to the Superior
Court of Baldwin County, Georgia,
and that the pro; - officers of the
Company take all o.eps necessary or
desirable to accomplish such sur
render and dissolution. A certified
copy of this resolution is filed with
this petition as Exhibit "A".
7. That all the assets of the
corporation, after the puyment of
and provision for its debts and
liabilities, have been distributed to
the stockholders of the corporation
acceding to their respective holdings.
WHEREFORE Petitioner prayj
order and decree of this Court
cepting the surrender of its chnrter
and franchises and dissolv
corporation and terminating its exist
ence after advertisement and hearing
as provided by law.
OCONEE ELECTRIC LIGHT AND
By (Signed) P. S. ARKWRIGHT,
On Motion, duly made and second-
ed, the following resolution was un
animously adopted, to-wit:
n . ! WHEREAS, All the debts and li-
r. Langsner, marvelous hypno- abilities of the Oconee Electric Light
'’ATE CITY COACHES
and Power Company have been fully
paid or provided for, and
Whereas, all of the assets of the
corporation, .after the payment of
or provision for its debt*) and liabili
ties, have been distributed to the
stockholders of the corporation ac
cording to their respective holdings;
WHEREAS, The surrender of its
charter and franchise*) to the State
and the dissolution of the corporation
and termination of its corporate ex
istence is desirable and may be ef
fected without injustice to any .stock
holder or to any person having
claims or demands of any character
against the corproation.
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED,
All of the outstanding capital stock
of the Company being present
represented at this meeting and
animously voting herefor, that the
Company do forthwith surrender
charter and franchises to the State
and he dissolved as a corporation.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
That proper proceedings for this pur
pose be instituted by petition to the
Superior Court of Baldwin County,
Georgia, and that the proper officers
of this corporation be and they are
hereby authorized, empowered and
directed to take all stepH, to perfrom
any and all acts and to execute any
and all instruments necessary or pro
per in their judgment to accomplish
the surrender of the said char* r and
franchises, the dissolution of the said
croporation and the winding up of
its affairs. ,
I, W. H. Wright, Secretary of
Oconee Electric Light and Power
Company, do hereby certify that the
foregoing is a true and correct copy
of resolution adopted by the stock
holders of said Company at a meeting
duly and regularly called and held
Atlanat, Georgia, in accordance
with law and the by-laws of the Com
pany, on the 13th day of July, 1928,
hich meeting the entire outstand
ing capita) stock of the Company was
represented and voted in favor of
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Company this July 18th, 1928.
(Sgd.) W\ H. WRIGHT, Secretary
STATE OF GEORGIA, Fulton Coun
Personally appeared before me W.
H. Wright, who, being duly sworn,
deposes and says that he is Secretary
of the Oconee Electrie Light and
Power Company; that he is authorized
to make this affidavit, and the state
ments contained in the foregoing pe
tition are true and correct.
(Sgd.) W. H. WRIGHT.
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this the 18th day of July, 1928.
(Sigd.) L. G. MANN,
Notary Public, State at Large, Ga.
The foregoing petition read and
considered. It is ordered that said
petition be filed in the office of the
Clerk of said Court It is further
ordered that the hearing on said peti
tion be nnd the same is hereby set for
the 1st day of October, 1928, ir
Court House in said County, and that
all person*) be and they are hereby
called on to show cause if any they
have at said hearing why the prayer.*
of the petition should not be granted.
It is further ordered tha 4 . a copy of
the foregoing petition and of this
order be published once a week for
four weeks in the newspaper where
in the Sheriff)) sale in and for said
county arc published, and that the
last of said four publications be made
at least one week prior to the date
set for said hearing.
This 30th day of July, 1928.
JAMES B. PARK,
Judge Superior Coilrt Baldw
Filed in office Aug. 1, 1928
J. C. COOPER, Cleric.
I, J. C. Cooper, Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Baldwin County,
Georgia, do certify tha. the forego
ing is a correct copy of the petition
and order for hearing and publica
tion in the matter of the application
for surrender of charter and dissolu
tion of the Oconee Electric Light and
Witness my hand and seal of said
Court. Thia 1st day fo August, 1928.
J. C. COOPER,
Clerk Baldwin Superior Court.
CHAS. G. HOUSTON
■H»U»|hW7 COMMON SENSE'
WISDOM! A.. Yo
The old method of each person sellino .K.r*’
getting local buyers to make a bid, and then a- V 0t,on - b F
Price," la recoded as bad "Highest
Highest Bid" may be many dollar, under the ».,£ P ^"" 0n
How many people can grade cotton, x. ' 1
grade, and the money difference between themT (^o.l * Th""" 1
ent age demands ap«cialiat> and hnvinu u , Rrcat The pres-
Of my life feside, having a complete ‘ ^ntaaMon , *«
you each bale sent to me will be hanriiod . 1 Can assu *e
m “"Ci'sr you -
liberal advances at any time. $1 fin .»»» ,,
month •*“£ b “ le . “ nd if 5 '° u h ° ld y°“ r cotton, only’sOc'per'baT
month 13 charged, which covers everything. * P b , ‘ Mr
\ BRIfK That Clink Llke Step'
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BURNT IN OUR CONTINUOUS KILNS
There is No Waste in Our Bricks.
We Make Quick Shipments in Any Quantity.
RICH GLO FACE BRICK-FIRE BRICK-COMMON BRICK
Milledge ville Brick WorksCo
Eat.bliah.d ISS3 by J. W. McMillan.
K. G. McMillan, Preiidcnt Bell. McMillnn, V| c ,.p,.,io„i
Everything marked down for quick selling. Many remnants and short lengths, in linens,
cottons and silk goods, at half-price, and less than half-price. Everything in summer goods
reduced, for this Clearance Sale!
Lv. Milled,erilh 7:30 E. T.
Lv. MiledgeviDe 2:30 E. T.
Lew* A that* 7:30 C. T.
Leave Atlanta 3:30 C. T.
Arrive Atlanta 11:00 C. T.
Arrive Atlaata 6:00 C. T.
Ait. Milled,eviBe 1:00E.T.
Ait. Milled,eviBe 8:40 E. T.
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Far Reservation, Call Phoaet: 366 or 392
Ladies 7 Dresses
35 short sleeve dresses—silk, broadcloths, some pon
gees and some washable crepes in iU die new colors.
Dresses that sold at $6.75 and $7.50. Clearance Sale
20 EVENING DRESSES
White, peach, blue and some black, dl go in our Special
Sale. Dresses worth ap to $19.75. One price
ALL NEW MODELS, SOLD UP TO $25.00. CLEAR
ANCE SALE PRICE IS
LADIES’ SPRING COATS
25 in the lot—some plain blues, some fur-trimmed,
some castors, some black silk with far collar, worth ap
to $29.75, your choice of entire lot
GEORGETTES AND CREPES, MOSTLY HIGH SHADES,
WORTH $16.75 AND $19.75. CLEARANCE SALE
SIX ENSEMBLE SUITS
$19.00 and $25.00 vdoes, blues and mixtures, for quick
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