UNION RECORDER. MILLEDGEVILLE. GA.. APRIL 25. I»2»
HINTS FOR THE HOME
S«Mont iias »f picture-
34 >• h u*f h** toygic window,, in
Wtedowa that -pen
A land of (Rift meadow* and cool
Or f nr t path* and radiant water
Here are forfittro cities, and old
Witn huth-arched ceilings built of
Wh« re Rembrandt* mystic inner onn-
fi ndanto and tenant* in possession as
required by law.
Deed* will be wade to the purchas
er* by the undersigned.
J H. THIGPEN.
Marohal of the City of
And iiti t are quay* whe
Pif« barge exotic « srgo.
ivory and p* ms, banket*
Old wine* i
Who haa there magic wind*
T , uae left-over vegetables such a*
carrots, pea*, cauliflower, bean.-, or
any several vegetables that blend
well, put them through a sieve, add
ing • beaten egg and 1 tablespoon
flour to each cup of seasoned pulp.
Prop ny spoonful* into hot fat. A
nice substitute for meat.
A Very Nice Supper Di*h
Flake meat from a can of salmon
and put layer of fi*h in buttered
bakinp dish; add pepper, .salt and
dots of butter, then a layer of chopp
ed hard-boiled egp, another of fish,
and jKiur cream sauce over all. Cover
with crumb* and grated cheese and
hake until light brown.
GEORGIA Baldwin Coo'*y
C< urt of Ordinary April Term
Whereas C. I. Blizzard administra
tor n pn?« nts to the court in his pe-
ti11..r. duly filed and entered on rec
ord. ;rat «e ha* fully administered K.
L. Renfroe** estate. This is therefore
t . cite all person* concerned, kindred
arid c reditors, to show cause, if any
they '•an. why said administrator
*h< - 1 - not be discharged from his
an,., -t.ration, and receive letters
«.f -o',!--ion, on tho first Monday
in May. 1929.
W. H. STEMBKIDGE,
Ordinary Baldwin County Ga.
GFdiKGIA, Baldwin County:
The appraiser* appointed upon
.-ipt.iication of Mattie Ford, widow
of Alfred Ford, asking for a twelve
months support for herself and four
minor chiloren. uut of the estate of
Alfred Ford, having filed their re*
;urn. all persons concerned hereby
an- cited to show cause, if any they
have, at the next regular May Term
of this court why said application
-hould not he granted and the return
f the appraisers made the judgment
of the court.
Thi- April 1st, 1929.
W. H. STEMBRIIKJE. Ordinary.
That they are successors to tne
original inc rponUur* of the PUR
CHASE * SALE COMPANY, a cor
poration incorporated by this court
on the lxth, day of March, 1909 and
that they dt ire for themselves, their
associates, uccessors and assign* n
cf ntir.uation of .-aid corporation un-
dtr the said name and style of PUR
CHASE & SALE COMPANY.
That the corporation was original
ly chartered for the term of twenty
years and that the same has been in
constant and continuous operation as
its : har« holders. Petitioner* pro
pose to carry on a general supply
business, to deni in groceries of every
description, hay, corn, feed stuffs,
guano, and farming implements, in
cluding horses, muies, wagons, bug
gies carriages and vehicles of every
description, buying and selling for
cash or credit, all such articles and
things as are usually embraced it
general supply business, and as
used in and about farms, etc.,
all such articles and things,
stock etc., as may be profitably
handied and sold in connection there
with. acting a* general or special
agents, for other persons or com
panies in selling or handling any
articles, vehicle* or things or class of
article.-, vehicle* or things, includ-
FUvorou. French Dressing
-Plain French dressing seasoned
vith anchovy paste i. very appetiz-
ng -fired with iced shredded let-
uce ami eggs stuffed with anchovies.
*m- 1 tablespoon of paste for each
APPLICATION FOR CHARTER
GEORGIA Baldwin County.
To the Superior Court of said
county, anu hon-Tabie James B.
Park. Judge of iu.id court, at charob-
Tbe petition •••? A. W. Watkins
and G. A. Watkins i.f said State and
county respectfully shows.
lion and that by inadvertence
hrough ignorance the'reof the
of the expiration of the charti. —
March thr JStfc. 1929, pa.wd with- ; «n>l appropriate to the ctnerml
(jiit :t renewal of the charter am! i supply huriner.. or usually or cou
th, r, upon at a called meeting of the venicntly connected therewith, and
stockholders of said corporation on;'-" make contracts to act as such
thr tilth day of March 1929 a reso-1 agtnts and to exel
lotion war. parsed by a majority of P""er» and to dr. all usual, neces-
thr -tod* Id.rs of the corporation; and proper arts, which pertain
iirecting uat the said charter be re- ■» " r n “> w t°nn.cted «' th «•»
vived as provided by law, a copy of j general supply business,
which resolution is hereto attached J Petitioners also propose to carry
and marked EXHIBIT A and made "n the real estate and loan business,
u part hereof. to buy. sell and rent real estate and
personalty, and to loan money on
same and do a general real estate and
Petitioners bring this proceedings' bojtaw , in a „ its branchc!f „
for a revival of said charter at and act „„ wn . r>1 or spccial llK ,. ru for
for the term of twenty years witn j oth , r pmcm5 and c . 0 „,p, nie „, in fau >..
the privilege of renewal at the cxpl-j , c! | in( , or ri .„. inp eatate
ration thereof as may be allowed by do a „ thinKS that
au ‘ and usually connected with the real
** | es-tate and loan business, and to make
They show that the capital stock contracts to act as such agents, and
of the corporation is to continue to 0 exercie the usual powers, and to
he Six Thousand ($6,000.00) Dollars i <in all usual, necessary and proper
(ali of which has been paid in) divi- acts, which pertain to. or may be con-
ded into shares of One Hundred netted w th the real estate and loan
($100.00) Dollars each; however, justness. They desire further to dis-
they ask the privilege of increasing count notes, and mortgages or other
saiij capital stock from time to time, i evidences of debt, or purchase same
not exceeding in the aggregate of j ontrgiht, and to take and give
twenty-five Thousand ($25,000.00) j options on personalty and realty.
The object cf the «■ orporation is
the -ame as that originally granted , Petitioners desire the right to sue
towit: pecuniary gain to itself and! and be sued, to plead and be im
pleaded,' to have and u.-e a common
seal, to make all necessary by-laws
end regulations, and do all other
thing? th*. may be necessary for the
successful carrying on of said busi
ness including the right to buy, hold
and sell real estate, and personal
property and to exerutc note*, and
bonds as evidence of indebtedness in
curred, or which may be incurred,
in the conduct of the affair* of the
corporation, and to secure the same
by mortgage, security deeds or other
form of liens, under existing laws.
They desire for the .mid corpora
tion that it have all such other
rights, powers, privileges, and im
munities, as are incident to like in
corporation*, or permissablc under
tne laws of Georgia.
The principal office or place of
business of the propot-ed corporation
will be in the City of Milledgeville,
State of Georgia, Baldwin county.
Wherefore, petitioners pray for a
revival of said charter as provided
and allowed by law under the name
and style aforesaid with the powers,
privileges and immunities herein set
forth, and as are now or hereafter
may be allowed a corporation of
similar character under the laws of
This March the 30th, 1929.
SIBLEY A SIBLEY,
A tty*, for Petitioners.
At u called meeting of the stock
holders of the Purchase & Sale Com
pany, held in accordance with the
tion at the usual and regular piace
charter and by-laws of said corpora-
of meeting, at the place of business
on McIntosh street in the city of
Milledgeville of the said Purchase &
Sale Company at two p. m. o'clock
on the 30th. day of March 1929, the
following resolution was '*.nnninious-
ly adopted, a majority of the stock
being represented at said meeting,
nti much as it haa been (in
attention of the
that the original ,h. rt „
tl'V I urehaae 4: Sal, ‘
granted „„ th, lgtb, dav , I *
1909 by th, Superior Court',,,
county „ appears in retort ,,
uto Book K. folios 9-13, an : .
boinu for the term of tW(nt ,
the expiration of which oc, u ™
March the 18th, 1929 and I,, "j '
tence haa been overlooked ''
jurt been called to the att. no ^
the x.ockholdera; and
Whereas, a majority of the
holders of naid corporation u ,
desire that the said charter U*
revived at and for the term of t *>,
years and that the burinw*,
corporation continue as it hau l 1
Be it resolved that thi S'creu,
of the corporation be directed to
ploy counsel and revive .said ckl”
with all the powers contained in ^
original incorporation and that «
be taken immediately for this j,
1, A. \\. Watkins do certify tjiat
am the secretary of the Pur^
.Sale Company and I hereby ttni
that the foregoing is a true and ci!
rect copy of the preamble and **
lution adopted by the stocky
of the Purchase & Sale Com f , r .,,
the above stated meeting and th
the stockholders unanimously vot
a revival of said charier and & n
tinuation of said business.
This March the 30th, 1929
A. W. WATKINS, Secretary
GEORGIA Baldwin County.
I. J. C. Cooper, clerk of t
Superior Court of said county
certify that the foregoing is * tr
and correct copy of tne petition
A. W. and G. A. Watkins for rrrh
of the churter of the PURCHASE
SALE COMPANY, as the -amf ,
pears on file in tk office.
Witness my han and oif*
signature and seal oi said , -urt ti
30th, day of March 1929.
J. C. COOPER
Clerk of Baldwin Superior Coa
Bread Pudding Plu.
!'-»• your usual recipe for plain
hn-ad pudding, but add to the scald
ed milk -I squares of melted bitter |
chocolat and to the bread mixture
1-2 run chopped pet on*. Serve with i
Refurbishing Shabby Wood.
>• ratche* can be removed fr'<m ■
; Run by mixing equal pul* of j
olive oil and vinegar and applying i
with a soft rag. Shake mixture well I
before u.dng and rub briskly. I
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City of Milledgeville. Georgia.
GEORGIA. Baldwin County.
Will be fold before tb<* court
house door in Baldwin county. Geor
gia, within the legal hours of sale,
on the fir.--t Tuesday in May, 1929,
nt public outcry, to the highest bid
der for cash, the following describ
ed lot* or parcels of land, lying and
being in the city of Milledgeville,
said State and county, to satisfy cer
tain executions issued by the Clerk
and Treasurer of the city of MU-
ledgcville against the lands herein
after described, bearing teste in the
name of the Mayor of said city, as
provided by the Act of the General
Assembly of Georgia, relating to the
issuance of street improvement bonds
in said city, approved August 21ct,
1925. for past due installment* and
interest on certain Milledgeville
Street Improvement Bonds:
FIRST PARCEL: That tract or
ptreel of land belonging to Rev. C
J. Jones situate on the West side of
North Wayne street, between and
adjoining the lands of J. H. G. Wil
liams. Jr., land is designated as Lo‘
No. 7 on the plan of the work don«
on Street Improvement Section Nr
9, front* 53 feet on Street Improve
ment Zone or Section No. 9 in th'
city of Milledgeville, and runs bad
West 120 feet. Said land was levie.
upon to satisfy an execution to.
$76.17, with interest nad costs, issue
against the above described land r.
the property of C. J. Jones upon d
fault in the payment of the instn!
ment .and interest due on the 15t!
day of February, 1929, on MIHedgr
ville Street Improvement BorJ N>
200, for the co*t of improvin'; biv
pr.ving Street Improvement Jt-
Notice of the levy of the nhu
execution* has been given to the de-
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Chevrolet and General Motors to effect one of the
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Oakland ia All-American in its qualities of I'pecd,
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Oldsmobile also has new Special and Dc Luxe
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7 models—$875 to $1035
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