UNION RECORDER, MILLEDGEVIL-LE, GA.. DECEMBER 6. 1924
HINTS FOR THE HOME
BY NANCY HART
Why not a re-decorated room for
the children’* major Christmas Rift
a roomfull of life and color and in
terest that they will remember as
long as they live?
If there is dark, grown-up furni-
utTe now in the room, treat it to a
coat of paint or lacquer ir. oi..e fresh
color; use inexpensive chintz drap
eries in nursery patterns or a may
dc.icn with intcTTslini' old-world
scenes: Brins in pictures that tell a
story-not cast off scenes from other
rooms character. Such subjects as
“The Holiday” or "Children of the
Sea*’, “Sir Galahad,” “Fairy Tales,
“With Grandma” are all favorites
with the youngsters anti possess rue
artistic worth, even :n inexpensive
color reproductions which you can
find at almost any art store—and >°u
can frame them simply with pa*se
FORD ENGINE LUBRICATION
Escalloped rice, t
imed carrots & peas
apple & celeiy e
Scald 1 cup milk, add 2 tablespoons
quick cooking tapioca, salt and cay
enne to taste and cook 15 minutesJ
Add 1 1-2 cups mashed canned sal-,
mon, mix and cooL Shape into cro-!
quettes, roll in crumbs, eggs and,
crumbs anti fry in deep hot fut. Gar
nish with sliced lemon and parsley
Quick Nut Bread
On? egg. 1-2 eup sugar. 1-2 tea-
soon salt. 1-2 cup chopped nuts. 2 1-2
cups prepared cuke flour, 4 tea
spoons bnking powder, 1 cup milk.
Combine and sift dry ingredients and
add nuts, then milk and well-beaten
egg. Allow batter to stand for 20
minutes, then bake for one hour.
Rids Hair of Pests
I have a request for a remedy for
this worst affliction that can come
to school children and know the fol
lowing to he .u certain cure:
Ask any druggist to prepare a
Molution of fish berries and whiskey
or its equivalent in diluted alcohol
spirits (not wood alcohol, remember)
throughly saturate child's hair and
head. One application will kill both
insects and eggs, hut repeat several
times to be sure all infested spots are
reached. Comb with fine-tooth comb
to remove all treae of pest. Sterilize
hats and caps by immersing in gaso-
When Shelling Nut*
Remember nut meats can L? re
moved from shells without bi cak
ing if hot water is poured ove * the
nuts and allowed to remain th ough
The engine lubrication system of
the new Model A Ford car is .i combi
nation of pump, splash and gravity
feed which is an exclusive Ford de
In design and in operation it is
.i in pic and positive and repeated tests
have shown it to he ideally suited to
this somewhat revolutionary type of
. four-cylinder, medium-speed, medium
The oil pump is located in the bot
tom of ‘.he crank-case and is run off
a gear on the camshaft. It is en
closed in a fine mesh wire screen
through which the oil filter* before
it is pumped up into the valve cham
ber. The ‘crcen is surrounded by a
1 shield so that the oil is pulled through
it. rather than flowing in by gravity.
The oil flows into the valve chamber
in a continuous stream whenever the
engine is running, but is in no sense
a “forced” feed. It b rather the fall
load of th** ,.ump being delivered in
a smooth, flowing stream. The
principal purpose of delivering the
> i| ;»» the valve chamber i* to provide
direct gravity feed lubrication to the
bearings of the crankshaft. How-
(vt r, it also supplies exceptional
lubrication for the valves, giving bet
ter and quiet.r action, and by gravity
lo the front end camshaft bearing.
Small pipe openings lead down
from the valve chamber to the crank-
.-liaft main bearings and oil flowing
down theae by gravity provides an
abundance of lubrication. The bot
tom of the valve chamber is so ar
ranged, through the use of small, in
built dams to provide reservoirs of
oil for each main bearing pipe open
As the engine rests in the chassis
on a three-degree angle, sloping to
the rear, the oil arriving in the valve
chamber flows back, filling the first
reservoir; then over the little dam.
filling the second reservoir, and then
over again to the third and last reser
voir. From this point the overflow-
oil is carried by an external pipe
down to the front end of the oil pan
the crankcase where it flows back
er the pnn, filling the troughs
through which the connecting rods
lubricated and from which all
other moving parts are sprayed by the
plash system. From the pan the oil
flows to the bottom of the case to be
pumped back again.
This rather unique system of en-
ne lubrication is responsible in
large measure for the excellent per
formance of th? motor at a wide
l* of speeds and under all clima-
onditions. When the Model A
was in it* experimental stages
l of the road test work was done
id-ummer, yet there never was a
of engine overheating.
submit to n cold shower bath. This
automatically, we presume, solves the
problem of overcrowding.
Quantities of soap have been dis
covered in Moscow bearing portrait*
of the Czar, and the Russians are
greatly shocked. What we wonder
at is how they came to notice it.
Rumor has it that Lindbergh is
about to marry. We always felt he
Will be sold before the court
house door between the legal hours
of sale on the first Tuesday in Jan
uary 1929 the following described
property towit: One Lincoln Sedan
automobile, Model No. 8 Motor No.
2928, Georgia tag No. 57649, the
same being sold by virtue of, and to
satisfy, an execution issued' from
Baldwin County Court in favor of
Rusell Manufacturing Company vs.
B. G. Glass Motor Company levied on
as the property of the B. G. Glass |
Motor Company and in the possession ’
of .-aid defendant. Terms of sale I
Thin December the .‘Ird, 1928.
J. T. TERRY, Deputy Sheriff!
Baldwin County Georgia. |
GEORGIA, Baldwin County I
To Whvtn It May Concern:
Reaa Roy having filed application>
for permanent letters of administra-l
tion upon the estate of Tobe Raines,, |
deceased; this is to therefore to noti
fy the next of kin and creditors of
®id Tobe Raines that said applica
tion will be heard before me at the
regular January Term, 1929, of the
Court of Ordinary of said County.
Witness my hand and official sig
nature, this 3rd, day of December,
W. 11. STEMBRIDGE, Ordinary.
New Remedy for Ink Stain
To remove ink spots from linen
r cotton cloth, rub the spots
cut tomato and rinse well.
Tape the Painle
If softened with benzine j
ive tape n;av be easily and pain-
sasly removed from the skin.
GEORGIA*, Baldwin County.
Under and by virtue of an execu
tion issued from the City Court of
Louisville, Ga., in favor of the Fed
eral Land Bank of Columbia, S. C.,
again?! J A. Stiles, I have levied up
on .and will sell at public outcry be
fore the court house door in Baldwin
county, Ga., within the hours of
Sheriff's sales, to the best and high
est bidder, for cash, on the first
Tuesday in January 1929, the fol
lowing described property, to-wit:
All that tract or parcel of land
situate .and being in the 319ih, DisL
G. M. Buldwin County Ga., and
bounded on the North by the Mil-
ledgeville & Monticello Public Road
and land?* of Mrs. Annie E. Hum
phries and Jno. T. Allen; on the East
by lands of J. F. Miller and Alec
Banks; on the South by lands of Mrs.
Muttie Wood, W. A. Webb, and Hor
ace Napier; and on the West by lands
of Mrs. Annie E. Humphries and
Jack Webb; containing 245 acres,
more or less, as diown by plat of J.
H. Gladin, August 16th, 1921, a copy
of which is attached to the abstract
in file with the Federal Land Bank
of Columbia, S. C.
Said property levied on as
property of the defendant in fi. fa.,
J. A. Stiles, and being in possession
at the time of said levy of said J. A
Stile*. The defendant in fi. fa., J. A
Stiles, and tenant in possession duly
notified in writing, of said levy.
J. T. TERRY,
Deputy Sheriff Baldwin County Ga.
GEORGIA, Buldwin County.
Under and by virtue of the power
contanied in a mortgage, executed by
Rhody Ford Mason to the Milledge-
ville Bunking Company on the 10th
duy of September 1921, and by said
Company transferred to Mrs. C. T.
Caraker, which mortgage was given
to secure an indebtedness of $325.00,
there will be sold before the court
house door, on the first Tuesday in
January 1929, between the legal
hours of sheriff’s Miles, to the high
est bidder, for cash, the following
All that tract or parcel of land
situate, lying and being in the City
of Mill edge vi lie, of State and County
and being in the Southeastern sec
tion of said City, .and known as a
part of the Joe Brown estate, bound
ed as follows: on the South by Lot
No. 2 of same tract; on the East by
Lot No. 3; on the North by Joe
Brown estate; and on the West by
SoutH Warren street, and is known
as Lot No. 1 of same tract, und said
lot fronting on Warren street a dis
tance of 52 1-2 feet to Lot No. 3,
and it being a part of the land con
veyed to Purchase & Sale Company
by Joe Brown on the 4th, day of
February, 1910, and recorded in the
clerk's* office of Baldwin Superior
Court in deed book No. 2, page 212;
and it being the same lot deeded by
the Purchase &. Sale Co., to Hal
Ford on the 8th, day of May, 1911,
and deed recorded in book No. 2,
page 534. The lot herein conveyed
being the *ame on which Rhoda Ma
son. formerly Rhoda Ford, now re
sides and resided for the past 11
Hal Ford died 24th, day of May,
1913, leaving as his sole surviving
ktir, his wife Rhoda Ford, who .(tor
wards married Robert Mason. Ther*
was no administration upon th«. M t.* C
o( He. Ford and no debt.
absolute title to said lot of land is
Vested in |the said / Rhoda Mason'
formerly Rhoda Ford.
Said sale is had for the purpose
of paying said debt, together with
interest and other costs of this pro
The undersigned will make a good
and legal title to the purchaser.
This December 3rd, 1928.
MRS. C. T. CARAKER
By ALLEN & POTTLE
THINKINC OUT LOUD!
JPe Economic*! Trmn»frt*t1»m
1)00 girls in Irelund have joined ;
odcsty crusade and promise not
car short skirts. We may pre-
par • ourwelves now for a new influx
of Irishmen to these shores.
Fred Elmenberger of Berlin taiked
r 120 hours in succession, sleeping
only eight hours in between, and
wasn’t even hoarse at the finish.
This seems remarkable to those who
have never heard nn American Sena-
An Iowan has chucked up his busi
ness in disgust because he has been
robbed 6 times since 1914. Chica
goans have it all over him in endur-
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For Create not. on Leather
Great® stain?; on leather m-ay be lance!
removed by applying benzine or tur-
pentine. Wash spots afterward with Every tramp seeking uhelte:
a leather finish or with the well-J poorhouse at Chelmsford, Em
beaten white of an egg.
Keeping Left-Over Paint
Cover the top of your paint with
melted paraffin and it will keep soft
Add a teaspoonful vinegar to fat
when deep-frying to keep food from
absorbing too much grea?*e when
About Winter Flannel*
If flannels are pressed with a
slightly warm iron on the wrong side
when quite dry they will not iritate
the most sensitive skin.
Make* A Quick Fire
When a fire is. slow in coming up.
crinkle a little sugar on it and it
will help to hurry the hot flame.
Delegates to the Carnegie Institute
convention at Pittsburgh envisions
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