UNION RECORDER. MILLEDCEVILLE. GA.
, OCTOBER II. 1928
Thos Wells of Macon, spent
;; day with Mrs. Roy Nelson.
. Henderson made j
. Macon Monday.
R. Youmans spent the past
K. T. Alfriend and Miss Mary
Mfriind spent Monday in the city.
,nd Mrs. E. L. Barnes, Jr., of
visited friends in the city
jj r T r0 x Bankston, of Covington,
* nl a few hours of Monday in the
city, and paid us a pleasant visit.
pr. and Mrs. J. C. Statham wit-
nessed the Goorgia-Mercer game in
Athens last Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. U. S. Bowen are
unending several days in Athens,
Siting Mrs. Bowen’s mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bivins visited
their son, Elsworth, at Emory Uni
versity last Sunday.
Mrs. H. D. Allen and Miss Sarah
Allen are spending this week in At
lanta visiting Misa Jessie Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Moughon
spent the week-end with Mrs. George
Reid. . • •
Mrs. Bell Stewart Wootten,
Grays, is visiting her son, Mr. H. S.
Dr. E. A. Tigner and Mr. J. T.
Andrews spent Saturday and Sun
day in Merriwether county.
Mrs. L. S. Cheatham, of Savannah,
has been visiting her sister, Mra
Mrs. S. A. Caldwell, of Savannah,
‘isited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Rob-
•rt Lawson, the past week.
p -. Alice Hunter, Mrs. Hunter nnd
Mr. ai. i Mrs. Douglas Gilstrap made
trip to Atlanta the
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holloway
visited Macon Wednesday.
The friends of Miss Mira Barnes
are glud to learn that she has recover
ed from her recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Linton Lane of Ma
con, Ga., announce the birth of
son October 8th to be named Richard
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stacks of At
lanta, spent Sunday with Mus Nell
Mrs. C. A. Brooks was the week
end guest of Miss Susie Bass.
Mrs. William McGowern and lit
tle daughter, of Chaicago, Ill., have
been the guest of Mrs. John W. Mob
Mrs. Everett Flournoy, of Macon,
spent several days of this week with
her parents. Rev. and Mrs. H. D.
Mrs. H. D. Allen, Mrs. Chas. L.
Moore and Miss Sarah Allen are
visiting Miss Jessie Allen in Atlanta.
Rev. Geo B. Thompson, pastor if
the Presbyterian church, has bean
confined at his home by illness tl|e
p ast several days. His conoitioti
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Britt and
two children, Josephine and Margie
Ruth, spent the week-end Griffin. <
Mrs. Robert McMillan, of EatontoA
was a visitor to the city the past
Miss Orien Welch, who is in train
ing for a nurse in Augusta, spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Welch.
Mrs. W. L. Wynn of Lizella, is,
visiting her son, Dr. W. T. Wynn.
Mrs. F. W. Hendrickson and Mrs.
W. F. Clannen spent Tuesday in
Eatonton with Mrs. Robert McMillan,
Mr. J. J. McArthur of Gordon,
spent several days of this week visit-
THE R. E. LEE CHAPTER MET
The R. E. Lee Chapter of the U.
C. held a moet interesting meet
ing Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. W. A. Massey.
The meeting was called to order
by Mr>j. R. B. Moore, President, and
the Lord’s prayer was repeated in
unison. Mrs. E. R. Lawrence, acting
Secretary, read the minutes of previ
ous meeting. The Chapter joined in
singing "Dixie” with Mrs M.
Bland at the piano.
The Treasurer's report was given
by Mrs. P. N. Bivins, and showed
a good financial condition.
Mrs. G. A. Lawrence, Chairman
of program Committee, arranged a
study of the Cavalry of the Confed-
ercy. Mrs. R. W. Hatcher read a splen
did historical sketch, Mrs. M. H.
Bland read a poem, and Mrs. Edith
Miller Gibson rendered two beauti
ful vocal solos with Mrs. Bland at
Mrs. M. H. Bland and Mm A. F.
Latimer were elected delegates
the annual convention of the State
U. D. C., which convenes in Atlanta
October 23rd. Mrs. J. L. Beeson
attend the convention as Chairman
of the Essay Contest of the Georgia
Division and Mrs. R. B. Moore
President of the local chapter. Miss
Bertie Stcmbridge and Mrs. C. P.
Crawford were named as alternates
to the delegates.
Mr. C. P. Crawford has consented
to act as Historian for the Chapter.
During the social half hour Mrs. Mas
sey served delicious refreshments.
MRS. JOHN MOBLEY COMPL1-
Mrs. John Mobley was hostess on
last Saturday afternoon at three
tables of bridge in honor of her guest
Mrs. William McGowern of Chicago,
Large vases of fall flowers
tastily arranged in the living
where the games were played,
the conclusion of the games.
To support prisoners in jail 4-100
per cent or 4 mills.
salaries and fees of
county officers 122-100 per cent or
For supplies for county officers
28-1000 per cent or 28 mills.
To build nnd repair public roads
4-10 per cent or 4 milla
. . To rebuild and repair public
serve a J bridges across Fishing Creek, Town
• Creek, and Camr. Creek, recently de-
MRS. HEINDEL MOBLEY HOSTESS!»nd dhm» B cd by flood 1--'
Mrs. Hindel Mobley entertained
most delightfully at bridge on Mon
day afternoon complimenting Mrs.
William McGowern, the guest of Mm
At the conclusion of the games de
licious refreshments were served.
10c Days Saturday and Monday i
CkudUr'i Variety Store. So# 01
ad a ad window.
’later is here or at least you w
I a little kindling, we have it.
MR. A. J. CARR IS A VISITOR
Mr. A. J. Carr, of MilledgcviUc,
tg>ent a day in Eatonton this week,
and was the guest of his son, Mr.
Mr. Carr is one of those men who
lend type to the communities in which
they live, he has contributed many
years of service to the civic, com
mercial, social and religious upbuild
ing of Milledgeville. He wears his
years lightly. He is not careless or
wasteful in the use of words, and
i; B "hu'..,u K hte;; G ; smith. i
ly, with a kindness that is engaging.
Mr. and Mrs. Heywood Cox, of Mil-
len, spent Saturday and Sunday with
their daughter, Mrs. John Riley.
Mrs. p. Crawford is spending
thi- L in Augusta and Sanders-
ville in the interest of the Ladies’
Auxilliary of the Augusta Presbytery.
Mr Pic-ken.- Turner has retomd j ^ Metbod8it church,
to her home in Augusta, after a visit •
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I.
rs. Wiley Wasden and little
| daughter, Alice Carr, are spending
•weral weeks with Mrs. Wasdens*
Barents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Carr.
Mrs. W. S. Mobley has returned to
| her home in Thompson after a visit
•veral weeks to her daughter,
I Mrs. F. C. Penuel.
Maggie Foote, of Decatur, is
jest of Dr. and Mrs. H. D.
and Mrs. Maggie Cook this
and Mrs. J. M. Williams and
nd Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Smith, of
I Monroe, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Mr*. Mnughon is spending several
■ f this week with her mother,
eorge Reid. Many intreesting
will be given in her honor.
Annie Lee Coxwell nnd Har-
iwell have gone to West Palm
| 8 ‘nh. Fla., to be with their father,
T. R. Coxwell, who recently went
' r “ to engage in building houses.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Harrington,
r - T. Harrington, Mrs. Hugh
arrii i-on a nd Mrs. Frank Johnson
* n - ■' ntlay at Alto, with Mr. Hugh
, L. D. Smith has gone to Co-
; . C., to visit her brother,
Simpson, who was in rail-
k in September, and suffer-
broken arm. He ta now
‘ ‘11 with pneumonia.
I and Mrs. E. B. Syae have gone
f^tlanta where they will make their
j?*- Dr. Saye will go directly to
adelphj 8 when* he will study aev-
Jr We *k* before becoming asaoeiat-
J^’-h the Davia-Fisher Sanitarium.
P r ‘ Bert A moss of Hancock Coun-
n >n the hospital in this city
Past several days suffering
_ » an infected am. His!
He gives the impression of
is charitable in view, but quietly
steadfast in his convictions. He is
inriatley a modest man, and we doubt
if he will approve of these printed
! words in his praise, but sometimes
Miss Annie Mary Poden and Rev. one wants to bestow a flower in life
Claud Hendrick were united in mar- where it -harmonizes with the sour-
riage Monday .afternoon at the home roundings.
of the bride’s parents, in Sparta. Rev. [ The wholesale grocery business
J. F. Yarbrough officiating. i known as the A. J. Carr Co., of which
The bride is n member of one of'Mr. Carr is the head, has been in
.Spartaks most promiticnt families, j existence quite a long time, and un-
and is a graduate of tfic Georgia; dor sound management it has grown
State College for Women. | unt‘1 it is a rival of wholesale con-
Rev. Mr. Hendrick is a prominent i ‘ trns in the large cities. A few years
member of the North Georgia Con-; ago n branch of the firm was estab-
pastor of' Hsh*d in Eatonton, with Mr. Conn
Carr as manager, and it, like the par-
•, has grown healthily. Mr.
Carr comes to Eatonton frequently
connection with the business, and our
people are always glad to see him
FARM WANTED—Want to hear
from owner having good Georgia
farm for sale. If bargain, tend
price and description. F. B. G., Box
495, Olnejr, III.
O. E. Ivey,
MISS FRANCES HINES COMPLI
MENTS BRIDG AND BRIDGE-
Miss Frances Hines way hostes* on
Wednseday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Coleman Moughon, a recent
bride, and Miss Sarah Allen a bride
of next month.
Vases of cosmos in a large varie
ty of colors were used in the deco
rations. Attractive place cards mark- FjQR SALE _ Nice wWt . for
ed the places at the five tables where
the guests were seated. Bridge wus
played prior to refreshments that
The invited guests included:
Mrs. Coleman Moughon, Mrs.
Moughon, mother of Mr. Moughon,
Mrs. G. G. Reid, Mrs. Moughon’s
mother, Mrs. A. A. Vaughan of
Spartcnburg, aunt of Mrs. Moughon,
Mrs. Chas. Conn, Mrs. Sam Whatley,
Mrs. Otto Conn, Mrs. W. D. Morri
son, Mrs. R. J. McElrath, Mrs. Han
sel Hall, Mrs. L. N. Callaway, Mrs.
Marion Allen, Mm Dawson Allen.
Mrs. Edwin Allen, Mrs. C. L. Moore,
Mrs. Heindel Mobley, Mrs. Jothn
36 years old. He may even be
few years older, but his spirit
ambition and serious purpose.
He may be working now at
that he has in him the seeds of i
Are you that young ma
gards, seekers after casy-money,
sharpers or "smooth talken
interest us. Clean-cut, t
ambitious men do interest u
deal. For such young mei
can be—and we will pay them wh
they arc learning.
Write “Insurance” care of t
Union Recorder, Milledgeville, Ga.
The following tax levy is made by
the Commissioners of Roads nnd
Revenue.^ of Baldwin County for
the year 1928.
Upon motion, the following order
levying tuxes for County purposes
for the yenr 1928, was passed:
WHEREAS, the total amount of
property returned for taxution in
Baldwin County for the year 1928
It is therefore considered, ordered
and adjudged that there bp levied
upon all the property returned for
taxation levy in said County and up-1
on all property in said county sub-
ject to taxation u tax of sixteen mills
upon each dollar of the value there
of, that is to aay, a tax of one and
six tenths per cent, which levy is
made for county purposes ofr the year
1928 and is in addition to the school
taxes hereafter levied.
The abo tax is levied for the
following purposes and in the fol
To pay jurors, tax of 6-100 per
cent or 6 mills.
To support paupers 1-10 per cent
or 1 mill.
per cent or 1 mill.
To build and repair other public
bridges 4-10 per cent or 4 mills.
To repair court house, jail and
other public buildings tax of 2-10
per cent or 2 mills.
To pay expense of health depart
ment, a tax of 16-100 per cent or 1.6
And the tax collector of said coun
ty is hereby ordered to assess and
collect for the use of said county of
Baldwin for the above purposes for
the year 1928, a tax of one and six-
tenths per cent, that is to say, a tax
of sixteen mills upon each dollar of
property subject to taxation in said
It is further ordered that the tax
collector of mid county assess and
collect a tax of 1-2 par cent, that
is to say, of five mills upon each dol
lar of property subject to taxation
in said county for the support of pub
lic schools of said county for the year
It is further ordered that there
be levied and collected upon all of
the property returned for tt-xation
in the following school Districts of
■aid county as a local school tax for
school purposes in said Districts for
the year 1928, the following taxes:
For Midway School District 1 milL
For Cooperville School District, 1
This order signed in open coart,
this 19th day of September, 1928.
COMMISSIONERS OF ROADS AND
REVENUES OF BALWIN COUNTY
Datn, New Crop Pitted
Detei, Wakat Staffed
4S< per ■.
Fift New Syne
Mi duel Shore l’» Mess. Fat ted Fiae
FOR THAT URED FEEUNG—LACTO DEXTRIN WILL WAKE
3 Lbi. Meniai Glory Bacee
Good White Meet
BeR’i Special Coffee
Her cole, Whole Wheat Floor
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FRESH EVERY DAY
BELL GROCERY CO.
New Fall Millinery
$5 $7.50 $10
The Millinery mode hu narrowed down to three important
leaden, Felt, Soleil, Velvet. From theie three there is no devia
tion for dap time wear—hut there is infinet variety in their
styles, colon and ornaments especially this fronp presented nt
Merchants & Farmers Bank
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS OCTOBER 1ST, 1928
AS CALLED FOR BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS
JNO. T. ALLEN. Pre*id*nt. L. C. HALL, Cask!*
Date of Bank’s Charter March 1698. Date Began Business March 1898.
Loans and Discounts $336,677.54
( Banking House and Lot 9,000.00
Mobley, Mrs. W. B. McKinnon, Misses | p urn | turc and Fixtures - 6,046.39
Sarah Allen. Alice Hall, Milley, Mar-| other ReaI Estatc owncd 38,861.68
garet nnd Elizabeth Napier, Flor- c as j, j n Vault
. Cole and Nell Edwards.
MESDAMES HALL ENTERTAIN
FOR MRS. MOUGHON
Mrs. T. H. Hall and Mrs. Hansel
Hall entertained most delightful on
Tuesday afternoon at a Trouseau
shower for Mrs. Coleman Moughon,
a recent bride.
Potted plants and vases of fall
flowers were attractively arranged
in the back hall where the tables
were placed around which the guests
seated. Bridge was played be
fore refreshments were served.
A large peach basket holding^ the, ~
gifts was brought in and presented
to Mrs. Moughon.
amounts due from ap
proved Reserve Agents 36,369.03
Checks for Clearing and
Due from other Bank# 7,690.02
Cash Items .— 370.00
Overdrafts (if any) ... 18.83
Collection in Transit ...... 486.20
Capital Stock $ 80,000.00
Surplus Fund 80,000.00
Undivided Profits .. 10,562.64
Reserve Funds 21,622.52
Dividends Unpaid 25.00.
Cashiers Checks 464.2.". j fro Clearing and
Demand Deposits 241,768.30 1 from other Banks _
Time Certificates of De- , Overdraft! (if any) ....
posits 57.00‘ Advance on Cotton and
other Commodities —.~.
Cash Items -.
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS OCTOBER 1ST, 1928
AS CALLED FOR BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS
OTTO M. CONN, President H. G. BANKS. Cashier
Dele of Bank’s Ckarter 1903, 1908, 1919, 1924. Date Began Business
Loans and Discounts $620,166.95
Furniture and Fixtures — 6,613.11
Other Real Estate owned 17,387.43
Cash in Vault and
amounts due from ap
proved Reserve Items .... 68,820.75
Capital Stock - $100,000.00
Surplus Fund 75,000.00
Undivided Profits 29,024.82
Reserve Funds 4,698.11
Cashiers Checks 1,650.46
Demand Deposits 586,154.50
TOTAL $434,619.69 TOTAL $796,527.89
c.ttoa will hriaf, •>• It »t Ch~dl.»
GEORGIA Baldwin County.
Personally appeared before the underligned, an officer authorized to
administer oaths in said county L. C. Hall ’j ho, on oath, says that he is the
Cashier of the Merchants A Farmers bank, apd that the above and foregoing
Report* of the condition of said bank is true and correct
L. C. HALL, Cashier.
Sworn to an J subscribed before me, this 10th day of October, 1928.
JOHN C. BLACK, Not Pub. Co. Ga.
We, the undersigned directors of said bank, do certify that we have
carefully read mid report, and that the same U true and correct, according
to the best of our information, knowledge and belief, and the nbeve Mgna- j
tore of the Cashier of said bank is the true and fenuiae g|f Bh of that
GLORGIA Baldwin County.
Pcrsoiuilly appeared before the undersigned, an officer authorized to
administer oaths in said county Otto M. Conn, who. on oath, says that he
is the President of the Exchange bank, and that the above and foregoing
report of the condition of mid bank is true and correct.
OTTO M. CONN, President
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 9th day of October, 1928.
H. H. HENDON, N. P. B. Co. G*.