UNION RECORDER. MLLEDGEVILLE, CA-, NOVEMBER If, HR
, By Arthur p Trib«ne,
GOOD SOUP, GOOD SERVICE.
WHAT IS A RICH MAN?
CAPTAIN OF YOUR SOUL.
NO SOCRATIC METHODS.
Chef* of many hotels competed
in New York to see w*ich could
make the best soup. Six wise men
including Clarence H. Maekay’i
French chef, Combes, Allotted first
prize to E. Alliott.
Thac competition means more to
human welfare than the average
realizes; more for instance, than
any Alyropic competion.
Soups contain vitamines and other
valuable nourishment and stimulate
the flow of digestive fluids. r ~
manufacture good soup and sell
great deal of it is to render public
000,000 a year or more,
her has increased by fifty-1
yoat\~ Citizens reporting incomes [
rash, before the court house door of
Baldwin County, Georgia, within the
legal hour* of tale, on the first Tues
day in December, 1928, the following
That tract or parcel of land situ
ate, lying and being in the City of
Millodgeville, in said State and
County, containing Ons (1) Acre,
more or less, being Lot No. 1 in
Square No. 57 of said City, bounded
follows: On the North by Wash-
the East by Liberty
S. That at a meeting of the *©ck-
holdfara held for that purpoaa on
June 12, 1928, which was the manna!
meeting of stockholders, a resolution
was adopted by the affirmative vote
of more than two-thirds of the entire
capital stock of said corporation pro
viding that it surrender its charter
and franchise and be dissolved,
certified copy of this resolution be
ing hereto annexed as exhibit
and made a part hereof, reference
to which is prayed as often as may
the South by Lot No. 2 be ""'“"J- , .
4. The dissolution of petitioner as
corporation is for the best inter-
!§t of all stockholders and creditors,
Some of the choireat pecanB that
can be produced anywhere arc now
jeing offered for sale in the local
markets, the Stewart and Schley
leing the favorites with several
ither varieties close behind them
The small seedlings are being sold
ten cents, while the other varieties’ in|rton Strect;
are bringing from 12 to 40 cents per j Street;
pound. I in said square belonging to O. L
Those who arc raising consider-1 Tanner; and on the West by Lot No.
able quantities of these choice nuts, 3 in M jd Square; said land being a „ .......
arc ..hipping; .hem by the ton to the fqu . rc with ride, bring 210 fret aad ">■» »« W,tboUt ,n J“-
Prcan Crowe., Exchange, os they | each . «“ to any .tockholder or to any p«r.
hove more than is needed in the local j y be abovc described will
markets, hut there are many of our j prad for aa i e £j rat i n four separate
parcels, as follows: WHEREFORE, petitioner prays
p . ar ' that this Court grant an order fix
ing then, through the parrel post sjna j “ ~~ I Sqinre 57 of *the U " f " *« h ""?* ot * U
the United “ . „„ . ... . . petition at the court house in said
actions MiU^gevl |1 .,^ang | ..xty county . [hat iu ^ lMo „ bc allowtd
and ordered filed and published once
i, and they are receiving j of " w * ek . ,or ,oor " ceka ‘"’■"ediately
persons having or holding
any claim or demand against peti-
people who have only a few trees .and 1 parcelSj a5 follows:
they nre selling them at the stores or FirJt p arca j ; All that tract <
individuals. Some dealers ore sell- c|p oJ ]an<J , ituatei lyia(f aT ,j being
gh the parcel post sys- ■
States.' as there are some sccuoiir ; fM pl) Waab j nK?on street and
■here they can not be bought from bat . k sout h 0 f the same width
tage to furnish them to customers at
a distance. In some instances they
become lost in the mails, or the pack
ages are nolested. The safest plan is
have every parcel po-t package in
sured. or otherwise many of them will
.again be heard from. i parcc j Q f j ant j situate, lying and be-
■ybody who can do »« should | inJf in ^ No j in BIock 5 -
the three parcels of land hereinafter
described; on the South by Lot No.!
2 of 1 Block 67; and on the West by,
Lot No. 3 of Block 67.
Second Parcel: All that trsrt i
of $5,000,000 <
TEN. There w
Many a yotl
i the i
gend Pr.ee, for U,o S e -id through j
thiB medium, because it requires con- . .. . „ . }g thereon and that this Court grant a
iderablc packing and expensive pc „ followl: 0n the North by ^““d^S^T^dS
Washington Street; on the East by . ,
• L * *
ALLEN A POTTLE,
H. W. DENT
Attorneys for Petitioner, j
! GEORGIA, Fulton County. .
^ j 1° P«rson before the undersigned |
the Notar y Public appeared T. C. Sim- j
trees this fall, aa there!ciVof^Uh,'i.rtiTe"froBHw *v,n-, mo f a ' wh ° bc!n * da| y a »°™ d 'P°»" |
ji, always a demand for the nut,, j, faet on Llbarty street and , u „ n i„g, aad ° a ‘ b «y« that he 1, Secretary ,
more number only! gome of our people produce enough: West o£ ^ Mme wWth 150 feet ^ ot Central Georgia Guano Company,:
ir town lou to pay their tale, 1 parM| „ umbcr oao abo „ describedi I pctitioncr in thc witbi " and *«»• i
isuranee, a, well a, church M-|,, aid parcc , of , and bein( . boundod „ f oinp Petition, and as such has ,u-1
'"«• I follows: On the North by parcel of t , h ° rl,y , to and d °» »*>“ af,i -,
land No. 3 next hereinafter descrih- “ ~
cd; on the East by Liberty Street; on
the South by Lot No. 2 in Block 67;
iind on the West by parcel of land
No. 1 above described. -
Third Parcel: That tract or par
cel of land situate, lying and being
j in Lot No. 1 in Block 57 in the City
I ' of Milledgevill.e fronting seventy feet
on Liberty Street and running back
West of thc same width 150 feet to
parcel No. 1 above described; said
parcel of land being bounded
• fourteen of them I
with a million was
To be REALLY
■ need $1,000,000 a
how .‘ trait the gate,
with punishment thc
1 am the captain of ray soul.' 4
The Rcver.nd E. il. Emm. t, Con-
gregationalist, says those who talk
ntiour being “captain of my souP
are only “whistling loudly in thc
dar!:.'* making “an outward noire to
cover up an inward fear -and di»-
It is hard to be sure that you aTe"
captain of your soul in these mod
ernist times. Scientists say you hav
en’t any soul, anyhow, and you don't
know where your soul is going later,
if anywhere, or where this earth it
self is going, with the sun dragging
However, a man CAN be calm in
an emergency, and that's what the
William McAndrew, w'io was
superintendent of Chicago schools,
leaver for Athens to spen l a year
studying Socrates’s methods of teach
ing. His plan, may heaven thwart
i- tr revive the Socrates method
mod rn schools.
Socr.itf*. if Plato describes
method accurately touched a n
peu: in boredom. Instead of toying
behalf of said
corporation and that the facts set
forth in said petition are true.
T. C. SIMMONS
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 1st day.of November, 1928.
ELIZABETH D MELSON,
Notary Public, State at Large, Ga.
t No. 1 in Block ui in the City ^ . „
IkdcovilU fronting seventy test I fV C = cnlral Gc “ r <' w G
Baldwin Superior Court.
to Surrender Charter. '
The within and foregoing petition
t In** been practicing aftoSM*
try' i n Milled (wills for IS years.
My charges ere roeso—Me. I
cur re a tee ell wrek done as repre
sented or reined your Roanev. So
you taka no chances iu doing kwsi-
aase with mo. Office hear. • to
12, 1 to 8 Sunday 2 to 8.
W. J. rake
Will of Miss Emma Haugh:
Baldwin Court of Ordinary. Peti
tion for probate of will in solemn
To: Mrs. T. W. Gerry. Virginia
•at he had to ssy, he went .round i » au K b - Cath _' rin «“«•>•. .**»’*»
Rob ; n Hood’s barn with quostio
lows: On the North by parcel of read and considered. Let the same
land No. 4 next hereinafter dcscrib- be filed in the office of the Clerk
on the East by Liberty Street; of Baldwin Superior Court and a
the South by parcel No. 2 next j ropy thereof and of this order be j
hereinbefore described; and on the . published once a week for four weeks
West by parcel of land No. 1 above in the newspapers wherein the 1
described. j Sheriff’s salea arc published for said |
Fourth Parcel: That tract or parcel County,
of land situate, lying and being in Ordered, Further, That a hearing!
Lot No. 1 in Block 57 in the City! be had before me, at the Baldwin!
of Millcdgcville, Georgia, fronting i County court house on thc 24th day!
seventy feet on Liberty Street and ( of December, 1928, at which time'
running back Went of the same! the prayers of said petition will be f
width on Washington Street 160 feet j granted if no cause be shown to the
to parcel No. 1 above described;
Said parcel of land being bounded as
follows: On the North by Washing
ton Street; on the East by Liberty
Street; on the South by parcel No. 3
hereinbefore described; and on tLe
West by parcel of land No. 1 herein
If on the bid for the separate par
cels the property fails to bring suffi
cient money to discharge the herein
after described fi-fa., hto costs, and
the amount of liens on thc property
superior to said fi. fa., and thc judg-
guiity, as alleged, of filling young
Greeks with dlareapect for the gods,
-*.nd in rpite of the marvelously heroic
hemlock drinking episode, you can
hardly blame the Athenians for get
ting rid of him.
What modern education needs is
moving pictures, with condensed ver
bal elucidation, not Socratic dia-
“Ruth, amid the alien corn,” would
be interested in three other Ruths, nil
in American politics. Three women
we:? elected to CongicF’s, and all
thr.e are named Ruth. Ruth McCor
mick, daughter of the able Mark Han
na, in Illinois: Ruth Bryan, in Flori-
' da; Ru‘.h Pratt, in New York. All
three possess intelligence and ability
well above the Congressional a\erage.
If you believe in omens, name,
your next daughter Ruth.
1 laugh, and George Haugh, Jr.,
residents of the State of Georgia, and
heirs at law of Miss Emma Haugh,
Roy T. Haisden, Sr., having appli
ed, as executor, for probate in solemn
form of the last will and testament
cf Miss Emma Haugh of said county,
you, a* heirs at law of said deceased,
being non-residents of the State of
Georgia, are hereby required to be
and appear at the Court of Ordinary
for said County on the first Monday
December, 1928, when said appli-
contrary. Greensboro, Georgia, Nov.
JAMES B. PARK.
Judge Superior Court, >
At thc annual meeting of thc |
stockholders of Central Georgia (
Guano Company, held in, the office.
of said Company at Milledgevllie, (
Georgia, on June 12, 1928, due notice j
of the time, place and purpose of i
the meeting having been given each •
stockholder, and there being repre-!
ment on which it was issued, then the j sented at said meeting more than
whole property first above described two-thirds of the entir capital slock.
ffered for tale, and if the j 0 f sajj corporation and more than
bid for thc whole property exceeds j two-thirds of all the entire capital
tho aggregate of the of thc bids for stock then and there voting, the fol-
the separate parcels thereof, the bid lowing resolution was adopted by the*
for the whole property will be ac- 1 affirmative vote of more than two-,
cepted, and deed made to the pur- [ thirds of thc entire capital stock of
chaser whereof. If on the offer for said corporation:
®le of the whole property the bid is I That ns noon as the assets t.f said J
less in amount than the aggregate of corporation have been disposed of.
the bids for the separate parcels an d the money derived thereform hat'
then the bids for the s?parete parcels been paid out or distributed to credi-!
tors, that this corporation do forth- -
with surrender to the State of Geor-j
gia its charter and franchises, and j
be dissolved as a corporation, and
that the officers thereof are hereby!
directed to do all necessary things
to surrender the charter and procure
the dissolution and wind up its af
Simmons, Secretary of
to this fbop for repair, we ap
preciate ii and you are astured
*h«t the work will be done skill-
fc"y and promptly. Leave it to
ua to rebuild your worn ahoes—
You will be pleated with the
quality of the work and the lon(
nomy to your pocketbook.
SUDDEN SERVICE WITH
Blain Shoe Plant and
be accepted and dcecbi mad«
Thc sale of said lard will be made
subject to the assessments made
for probate will be heard, and a S“ ins t the land by the Mayor and
how cause, if any you have or can. Aldermen of the City of Millcdge-
why the prayers of petitioner should v '^ e to i ,a T l ^ c cosl of street ini-
not be allowed. provements on Liberty Street
This November 5th, 1928. I Sa,d ,and Wtts found «n the possess-
W. H. STEMBRIDGE, I ion of L - Ta nner and levied on as
Ordinary, Baldwin County Ga. | property of O. L. Tanner,
Mrs. Margaret Cook Hendricks, j of Mra - EUn J - Borwn, deceased,
thc guardian of J. T. Cook, Jr., and. ,J8Ucd from lhe Superior Court of
Robert Brigham Cook, having afain-1 Bn,dwln Count y» Georgia,
ed the age of twenty-one years, and I
having made a final settlement with!
her said wards, has applied to the i
Court of Ordinary for letters of di»-1
msision from her guardianship.
This is therefore to notify all j
parties interested, kindred or credi-1
This November 7th, 1928.
J. T. TERRY,
Deputy Sneriff, Baidwii
Central Georgia Guano Company, do
hereby certify that the above and
foregoing is a true and correct copy
of an abstract from the minutes of
the meeting of the stockholders of
Central Georgia Guano Company,
held June 12, 1928, in the office of
the Company Milledgevillc, Georgia,
us appears from the minutes of the i
T. C. SIMMONS, Secretary ’
Filed in office this 6th day of
J. C. COOPER. Clerk. I
1, J. C. Cooper, Clerk of the Super-
Court of Baldwin County, Geor.
PETITION .O SURRENDER
tors, that said application will be GEORGIA, Baldwin County,
heard on the first Monday in Deccm- 1 To the Superior Court of said
her, next, at ten o’clock A. M., and County:
if no valid objections are filed there- j Central Georgia Guano Company,
to, thc petition will be granted as ® corporation of Baid'.v'n County, I gio. do hereby certify that the above
prayed for. | Georgia, brings this its petition and, * ad foregoing is a full, true and cor-
This November 5, 1928. respectfully shows; j rect copy of the application of Ccn-
W. H. STEMBRIDGE, 1- That by order and decree of tral Georgia Guano Company to sur-
Ordinnry Baldwin County Ga. thi* Court dated 8th day of July, render i'.s charter and franchise, aa
1910, it was duly incorporated and appears of file in this office.
SHERIFF LAND SALE granted a charter. This 5th day of November, 1928.
GEORGIA, Baldwin County: 2. That petitioner desirea to dis- J. C. COOPER,
There will be sold at public outcry, solve laid corporation and surrender Clerk Superior Court
to th-» highest and best bidder for *ts charter and franchise ao granted. Baldwin County, Georgia.
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