UNION RECORDER, MILLEDGEVILLE, GA., DECEMBER 20, 1828
This season brings to mind our good friends, their many kindnesses and our own
food will towards them.
In assuring you of our appreciation for the business you have entrusted to us
in -the past year, we extend our most hearty thanks and wish you a very happy
Xmas and may the new year be one of many bright and prosperous years to
BALDWIN BOV SENIOR AT
Judge W. H. Stembridge received
the Inst payment of pension money
for 11*28. and has placed it in the
l. inds of the old soldierw nnd widows.
tv • *al amount was $2,160.00 to
the divided between 12 veterans and
The death of Capt. J. W. Roberts
recently leaves only 11 Confederate
veterans on the roll of Baldwin
covnty. hut three of these reside in
other counties. Therefore Baldwin
county has only eight veterans on the
Jim .Merritt, a white man, who
lived or th • R. L. Rcnfroe place in
East Baldwin, was found dead in his
home Friday morning. The body
when found was in a badly decom
posed state, and it supposed that
he had been dead since Sunday, as
that was the last time he had been
seen by any one.
Coroner Newton was notified, and
held an inquest. The result of the
investigation was that death was due
to natural cause, amf the remains
were buried in a nearby cemetery.
Macon. Ga., December 17.—Dr.
Spright Dowell, president of Mercer
University announced here today
that Robert Martin, of Milledgeville,
had made application for a Bachelor
of Arts degree to be awarded at the
STRAYED OR STOLEN—A light
dun coored Jersey cow, cnc ear crop-
ped, tip of one horn broken off, (
strayed or was stolen from hte old
Smith place 322nd District Sunday
December 9th. Information as to
her whereabouts will be rewarded.
GANZY JOHNSON, Browns Cross-
A CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our hsart felt
thanks to our relative.*, friends and
acquaintances for their kindness
shown us in the moments of our deep
grief in th? death of our beloved hus-
hand and father.
We pray that God’s richest bless
ings may ever be about each of you
and that we shall always chcririi a
warm place in our hearts for you.
We :hank the doctors and nurses
of Piedmont Hospital, Atlanta, Ga.,
also Doctors Moran and Bush for
their earnest endeavors in relieving
the suffering of our loved one—and
that the Lrod will deal tenderly with
MRS. C. It. GILES AND FAMILY.
First Senior—What in the deuce
did you get your hair cut so short
LETTER TO SANTA CLAUS
ir Santa Claus:
Please bring me a hall, a trieyclo a
ir rifle and shots, fruit nnd candy
,nd nuts, love from,
2nd Grade, Union Point School.
This is to notify all Tax
Payers that 7 per cent in
terest will be added to all
Taxes remaining on the Tax
Bopks unpaid after Decem
R. T. Baisden, Clerk
For rough skin
Elizabeth Arden suggests that
you use her Venetian Cleansing
Cream and Ar.lcna Skin Tonic for
cleansing the face, instead of
the harsher method of soap and water. Venetian Cleans in t,
Cream rids the pores of all dust and impurities, without rob
bing the skin of its natural oils. ArJena Skin Tonic refreshes
and tones the skin, and refines its texture. After cleansing,
rat rriskly with Orange Skin Food. This rich emollient cream
keeps the skin cells full and firm, and so prevents roughness
Elizaul.hi Akdln's Venetian Toilet preparations
Culver &. Kidd Drur? Co.
PAN-AM AGENT HAS SPENT
4955 HOURS IN THE AIR
1 i Mrcj plane is ?een almost dailv in the
Jo; . a-ent for th? Pan An-:ri-!nir around Augusta, where he
ca etroa .i-i Corynvrti n at j flndsjt very jiseful in his work of
A; i, 'j«ori;ia y kc- a
distributing Pan-Am gasoline and
ccast to coa*i: n world's record for
landing and taking oft in
when ho did the joti .180
Dillingham Field, Asheville. N. C.;
the second plane to fly below the
rim of the Grand Canyon^service
mately 300.100 mile-*, carrying
over 14,000 passengers.
Pased on a consumption of 10
gallons per hour, Johnson has used
•10,500 gallons of ga. uline in his
plane, or approx::lately five tank
If you ask Johnson whet his big
gest thrill is alout dying he will
jnobably tell y»u it comes from
hi;i record of having gone through
all his experiences without a single
accident to plane or person. And
thartv a real record.
Announcing the Opening of The
Hotel Baldwin Coffee Shop
And Grill Room
(WAYNE STREET ENTRANCE)
Open 6:00 a. m. to 12.00 p. m.
Our specialties—Sandwiches, Waffles, and other appetizing dishes. We have
made this addition to the hotel with a view of serving the people of Baldwin
county and the visitors to our city with the best. We invite especially the peo
ple of the rural sections to visit us while in town. All food is prepared and
cooked like the home folks cook, and we are sure you will be pleased.
MAKE US A VISIT—IT WILL BE OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU
Meals at ail hours—Dishes served to order
Coffee .Shop and Grill Room
Gifts that. LastP^xSf
TO GIVE IS FINE—YET HOW MUCH F INER TO GIVE THE GIFT THAT LASTS?
No m e lasting token of friendship can be found than in our complete selection of jewelry.
The splendid individuality of our jewelry makes it the most appreciated of all gifts. The uni
formly right price and integrity back of our goods insures you of the extreme in values.
GIFTS FOR HER
GIFTS FOR HIM
SILVERWARE FOR THE HOME
Each Christmas-tide i
i our store the shopping headquarters for discriminating people. This
hope yo uwill let us serve you even more than in the past.
Williams & Ritchie, J ew e 1 e rs p
0 We are open evenings. MILLEDGEVILLE. GA.