UNION RECORDER MILLEDGEVILLE, GA.. JANUARY 24, 1929
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TO LIVE LONG. EAT LITTLE.
A SMALL PIECE OF LAND.
NO PEACE PRIZE.
TWO COOLIDGE VIRTUES.
tunable expectation of life
limited to fifty-five year* t
sewer* ran through street*, wi
graveyard* on hillsides draining ir
wells below, life averaged less th
twenty years. Science says we
ready have sufficient medical knot
edge to make life's expcctati
Bjr Farmer Smith
Bobbie Bunny sat on the bank of
the river looking into the wtater.
■ Every- now and then he would put
his head this fay and then that.
Finally he stood on his head and
i looked into :he water.
"I can’t see it myself,” he mused.
By and by his sister came along,
hopping and skipping.
“What in the wide world is the
matter with you?” asked Billie
‘‘I wa> looking for the hole in my
face. Mister Jay Bird told me I had
a hole in my lace and I have been
j* looking in the water ever so long
1P and I can't see any hole—can you?"
() Billie luughed so she was all doub
h led up.
M “I told you Mister Jay Bird
n always up te mischief and
l_ told you that, y
j_ There is no hole
county, and at the Court House of
said county and at three (3) or more
of the most public places of said
county twenty <?0) days previous to
the said election, which publication
shall operate as a notice of the said
Witness my official signature,
this Junuary 7th, 1929.
W. H .STEMBRIDGE.
Ordinary Balw-in Co. Ga.
The lower animals in natural s;ate,
ve on food that is un-cookcd, and do
] so, unless they become domesticated.
With highly organized man, it is dif-
when he j ferent for the most part, his nourish-
didn’t think, ment is more perfect with cooked
your face ex- 1 food.-.
j Cooking serves two principal pur-
weivc vmrm ion c« uut 1 never thought poses: tough fibers aro made tender
w^t V we C lcnow U,,,t,! ** ** " of m >' mout h being a hole. That’s a;—and, heat sterilizes. In these day:
TK , big problem i, extending life J of many ralcrob,. the latter - -
fifty. Bar- “ *“
ring oancer .and other troubles,
understood, prolonging life is
complicated. Eat, sleep, exei
and breath properly and living
ninety will not he difficult. Ea
is especially important. We
what we eat.
I.ugi Cornaro proved it when, at
forty years of age, doctors told him
his case was hopeless.
He cut his diet to twelve ounces
of solid food, with fifteen ounces of
light wine per day, wrote an interest-
ing book when past ninety, lived past p, \ 4T y
one hundred and wrote to the Arch
bishop of Venice: "I mount my horse
without difficulty and had to live
past ninety to realize that .he world
is beautiful.” He made his wife live
as he lived, and she passed one hun
dred. Francis Bacon supplies inter
esting details of Cornaro’s life, as do
other ancient writers.
,nd it proved to you how fool-' very important item. Infected food
ish it is to worry about something j is one of the most common causes of
which doesn't concern you. What disease.
difference would it make if you DIDi A very common fault is in the
have a hole in your face?” | cooking of vegetables; the humble
“Give it up,” said Bobbie, as he turnip and the plebeian cabbage arc-
got up from the bank and looked at frequently blamed for causing diges
ts sister. Then he asked: “I wish tive disturbances, when the fault is
you could tell me where there is entirely in their being over-cooked,
something exciting wc could do, do Both of these useful vegetables con-
you know?" . tain vitamins that are destroyed if
“Let’s go and look for something,” kept too long in the kettle; neither
replied Billie. should be cooked over fifteen min-
Tho two walked down the rabbit ut* s - Old or tough specimens, that
to a broad field. will not surrender in less than an
tell you what let’s do. Do you hour’s boiling, are unfit for use—
e that hole over there?” just so much bulk, of no nutritive
“That isn’t the hole that ought to value.
in my face, is it?” iaugheJ Bobbie. Cabbage and turnips should be
“I should say not But let’s see steamed. Enough water in your ket-
io can get into thnt hole first. I’ll tie to almost cover the vegetable and
’three* and then ®en»°ning, should make enough steam
“Shall I pull the hole i
Kval cute denier,, old and young, , 0 ki . ddir f “"d get down
‘Tne m hun7ed*£ar, ago a small "had not
piece of land, pari of the old Bo,an- •>«* Bird was ' icc he., U
leal Garden, in No* York. was “»K ■» the naaa.fr.,, Ulo 1 lore. Beat. U
horoughly tender thi
after me?” quarter of an hour devoted
Frying is n make-shift, a time-
ver. Fried foods are at the other
ioked too fast;
bought for $4,807.36. The land, h * adE and when hc heard - “ Cne - two,
three blocks, is on Fifth avenue. th y. ea - GO ” ! h « touted
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., has just there, wait a minute!”
a .cured that piccv af property for B ? bb,e " nd Bi,li ' rt °PP ed '» their
$100,000,000, an increase to make a
good single taxer shudder.
1 How far would you have been if
you hadn’t stopped?” asked the Jay.
“You mind your own business and
we’ll mind our,” snapped Billie, as
they started over again and were
flying down the 'ield like the
■ above their fiercc heat, the hard and indi-
Mr. Rockefeller will use part of
the property for a new Opera House,
to be built in a fashion to allow
students and others that have musical
talent, but no diamond necklaces, to
see and hear.
The money goes to Columbia Col
lege, which now owns the land.
That probably reconciles Mr
Rockefeller to so large on invest
Hc inherits from his father, whe
gave tens of millions to the Uni
venrity of Chicago, an interest it
An association organized in hon
or of Woodrow Wilson held its
nual dinner, but didn’t gi 1
prize to anybody. Secretary Kel
logg certainly worked hard enough
RED CROSS COMMITTEES NAMED
The following are the Committees
appointed to conduct the Red Cross
activities in the city:
I). M. Rogers, Chairman; Mrs. F.
E. Bon-.-. Vice-Chairman; Mr. Erwin
Sibley, Mr. R. H. Wootten, Mr. E. E.
Beil, Dr. Sam Anderson, Mr. Odrinn
Horne. Mr. T. H. Cla.Ite, Mr. F. E.
I Bone. Dr. T. M. Hall, Mr. M. L.
1 Curry. Mr. W. L. Richie. Mr. J.
McMullin, Mr. W T.
gestiblc parts being left. Meats
should be cooked in u vessel nearly
air-tight, and in their own juices. A
“Dutch oven” is admirable for the
PLANT WIGHT GROWN—Nuracry
stock for best results. Highest
qwaJily pecan trues, fruif trees,
ornamentsls. Prices reduced. J. B.
Wight, Cairo. Ga.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for Sheriff of Baldwin county to
succeed the late S. L. Terry, in the
election to be held February 1st.
Your vote and influence will be
ROLAND H. LAWRENCE.
I hereby announce as a candidate
for Sheriff of Baldwin county
Wynn, Col. election to he held February 1st. I
Roach, Mr. G. H. Tunncll, will name my Deputy in the next
^? C , C Mrs. A. F. Latimer, Miss Manie Jones, issue of this paper. If I should be
Mrs. Charlie Moore, Mrs. H. B. elected I with my Deputy will per-
Jennings. Mrs. Jon Hutchinson and form every duty
all protestant and catholic
widem Coolldgc deserve* twoj Hom( . g „ vice Committeo-Rov..
prises, fur continuing to m.nd his y arbrough , Dr . s „ Anderson.!
H. D. Warnock.
j Closet Committee—Mrs. H. B. j
i Jennings. Mrs. Jon Hutchinson. Miss j
business, and for minding the
ness of the United States. k*av-•
Europeans to mind the'
officers without cost to the county,
will appreciate the surport of the
W. T. LUNDY.
Perhap the Woodrow Wils<
publican, like the colored lady whose
apartment teas invaded by n burglar „ r T „ Hal| chllrraant be
While a Bryan parade was passing. ]Mt nnd other mcmb era
Asked why she d.dn t scream. she wiy as practicable.
put her head out of the window nad i
replied, “I didn’t want folks to think
J was hollering for Bryan."
A collection of miserable human
beings, losing sleep, undergoing use
less torture, engage in .a ‘talking
The one remaining awake and talk
ing, for tht greatest number of
hours, receives $1,000.
A civilization that does not al
low one man to torture .another
should not allow human beings to
torture hemselves for profit
o announce my candidacy
onic Jones. for sheriff of Baldwin county sub-
Trensurcr—L. C. Hall. I ject to the rules governing the elec-
Secretary Hias Olive Meadows. | t „, Md February 1st, as call-
Gommm^e for^&llciting Fnn d s-. ti by tho 0rdmary .
I have had many years experience
is a police officer and pledge my best
services to the county if elected.
“ Your vote and influence will be much
CONTROL THE AXE! . pprMi .t, d .
Forest fire, are steadily growing w j. HAYNIE.
worse in this country, and fire pre-,
FAIR STOCKHOLDERS NOTICE
A stockholder’s meeting of the
Middle Georgia Fair Association is
hereby called for Tuesday night,
January 29. 1929 at the office of the
Secretary'- over Merchant’s & Farm
ers Bank; 8:00 P. M.
The meeting is for h:e purpose of
is uing and delivering to each stock
holder the new certificates of stock. 1
and to transact such other business
as may come before the meeting.
their old certificates of stock j
Baldwin County Fail 1 Association for
(Signed C. B. McCULLAR,
Secretary, Middle Georgia Fair
vention is important But another
real important factor in the depreda
tion of our forest is the axe. Spare
the axe and save the forests.
Out of 822,000,000 acres of virgin
forest only about one-eighth remains' „ „ “ „ ,,
Nowhere in the world is there any- S *f* ° r Georg.., Baldw
thing like the kind of timber we need ° ff,ce ° f * he *
to take the place of what ha. been' Jan ““7’ J" ro ° f the L<
destroyed. Until the axe is controll-, _
ed, there can be no real solution of. „ t
the problem. On four-fifths of our the Ordinary that a vacancy ox.sts H
forest land the a.o hold- unrcgulat-! m tlu ‘ off,cc ° f Sb, ' nff of M ' d , M
ed sway. The National Forest, alone | '*• c “ UMd b >' ,be dtalb of L ’ H
NOTICE OF ELECTION
It having been made to appear to M
The axe must be controlled on priv
ately owned lands—or the future
prosperity of our country is seriously
SPECIAL TAX NOTICE
All special or occupational l
! due January the first, «
Terry, and the unexpired term being i ^
longer than six (6) months; ^
It is therefore ordered, that an M
election be held in said county for j ^
I the purpose of electing a successor ’ ^
’ to the said S. L. Terry, to hold office | ^
for the unexpired term ending j kj
December 31, 1932. ^
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More than 50 New
Dresses just in by Ex- I
press. New Stiles in h I
Prints and Crepes. m
New Dresses 31
In Prints and Crepes. The Quality is the best and H
the Styles are Very Pleasing. Two prices H j
$10.75 - $16.75 S
SPLOAL SALE OF LADIES FINE
Values up to $2.00. See our Middle Counter.
All Pure Silk Hose
More than fifty dozen All Pure
Silk from top to toe. All New Shades
_ i all of the voting pre-
reques'.ed to bring >’ ou * ,e R‘ n t0 do business, if you tf | nc t a Q f sa id county on Friday, the
liable for any special tax pl^i
necessary for me 4 o
D. SMITH. . u
1st day of February, 1929, which day I
is hereby appointed by me as thej
time for holding said election.
It is further ordered that a copy oft
'Ms order he published in the Union'
T>carder, a public gazette of said
If You Want the Best Shop At
E. E. Bell’s