UNION RECORDER, MILLEDGEVILLE, GA., MAY 30. 1920
Arthur Brisbane 9
OTHER AIR NEWS.
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THE KING RETURNS.
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REV. SAMUEL D. PRICE. D. D.
oved small cities and towns to
prepare for a big opportunity, it is
Big, men, big industry and big
town people are looking to the small
er cities as they have never looked
You may call it trend of the times
if you like, but whatever you call it,
it is one big grand opportunity
those who are wise enough to se
and do -omething to get ready foi
Lending publications everywhere
printing special articles on it am
Is m<»re and more a subject of c
has begun to buld up the towns
and villages that lie so close to and
form -uch an integral part of the
ie lesson to be learned is that
highway transportation is .a going
business and still greater returns
will com* from further improvement.
It will not be economy to let down
in highway extension programs be
cause our st .e systems are so well
under w>y. There are tlfe main
arteries, which, ,f widened—and
they will ht—held even greater
possibilities as trade channels.
GET READY-—you never know
when a scout for a big man or a big
busim:, will be among you. lie
Susi slept or rested calmly in her
cage, .through all the high wind and
Proud man thinks, “Poor Sum, she
did not even know she was floating
through the clouds in an airship.
Man set her sailing she hud noth
ing to say aUout it.”
What about us. Susi's second
chu? Not one in 10,000 white
icalize that he is afloa‘ ir. space
an airship, the earth. God sel
floating, as Susi’s owners set
with blare of
It's a wonderful airship that wc
inhabit, header thaA *.f made « f
solid .-Led, whirling round and round
its ? lowest speed 1,000 miles an
hour, on its axis, its speed around
the sun more than 1,500,000 miles
n day, 00,000 miles an hour, 1.000
miles a minute.
Ours is a real airship going off
through space, somewhere, with the
sun. And we know und think a9
little about our real journey as Susi
knew and thought about her trip.
Don’t despise Susi.
Human nature is fundamentally
good with all its fighting and slaugh
tering. The French hesitated to let
the Zeppelin fly over French terri
tory—too many' opportunities for
taking phot*.graph-, useful in later
But when the big ship was in
trouble, French soldiers were sent to
help. French landing fields and hang
ars were offered, and at this hour,
French and German mechanics are
working side by side, putting the big!
dirigibble in order.
Colonel Lindbergh announces
ular mail service between New York
and Buenos Ayres in eighty hours.
Later the line will be extended, and
Lindbergh will start the line, as
pilot. Marriage, evidently, will not
moderate his flying.
Tho-e that oppose the debentue
scheme for “farm relief” announce
with horror that the "farm bounty
plan” MIGHT cost the Treasury
$200,000,000 a year. That wouldn’t
bo much if it gave genuine farm
, a recent issue of The Ameri-
Mu'nzinc, Henry Ford said: "Is
rficieut for business to pay high
in congested cities where its
<ers must pay exorbitant rents?
moving out, business could get
r land prices, lower taxes and
r rates—and far better living
iitions for its people.
A bulletin recently issued by the
American Highway Educe tiorjsl
Bure.su »ys: "Dependable all-weath
er transportation has already begun
to work wonders in the decentrali
zation of manufacturing, with the
result that more diversified forms of
employment are being brought to the
country;” This development, like
many changes in these whirligig
days, has been going on so quietly
and steadily a. to pass almost un
noticed. It has come to be a com
mon remark among motorist* upon
entering an unfamiliar town to ask,
"What do they make here?” It is I
no longer enough to say that it is
r.n agricultural town or .in' oduca-:
tional center, for surely they must’
be making some product or another'
which the world at large uses. “It|
i- often said, and with some de
gree of truth, the bulletin admits,
that the drift of population from
farm to city remains unchecked, but
the facts .ire that this drift is stop
ping short of the larger cites and
The trouble is that the “deben
ture” or bounty plan would
many millions to profits of middle
men who do ail the exporting
little if any of the bounty would
reach the farmers.
King George has returned to hi-
favorite residence, Windsor Castle,
with years of life promised by doc
Loyal subject turned out to cheer
Newspapers print his pictur
cd “Long to Reign Over Us.
The idea that men do not *
be ruled is u mistake. To be ruled
is exactly what they DO want, ai
to be freed from responsibility
It is piinful for a dog to walk «
its hind legs, painful for human be
ings to rule themselves and think
■ ii \ >ur individual likable-
- ir > .1 fellowship of the few
lights, but on your town as
iot as you believe it to be, if
v,. ever thought about it at
GEORGIA, Baldwin County.
Notice is given that the under
signed administrator of Zclla May
Davis has applied to the Ordinary of
said county for leave to seli all the
•and belonging to the estate of Zella
May Davis for the purpose of paying
debts and making distribution. Said
application will be he-rd at the regu
lar June Term, 1929, of the Court
of Ordinary of said County.
This May 6th, 1929.
EDWARD R. HINES,
W. H. STEMBRIDGE,
notified to show cause at that
purpose of r»aying the debt* of said
deceased and making distribution
among her heirs. The application
will be heard at the Court of Ordi
nary of *aid county at the June
»rm, 1929, thereof. All persons
The application is made for the
time why said apportion should „
be granted. *
• May 6th, 1929.
W. H. STEMBRIDGE.
Ordinary Baldwin Co Ga
C. S. WINN,
as Administrator of
MRS. G. D. MYRICK. doce a *t
Marquette Offered by Buick
in Medium-Price Field
- they havi
that the automobile and good roads,
radio. t« lephone and free mail de-
liv-.ry - tild have, by now, taken
the Hill, out of Hickville. If it
hasn't, if such things have not
awakened in the minds of towns the
possibilities in the new order of
thing.-, then some other town is
where they must investigate.
Stand back and look at the pic
ture of your community. Are you
ready for big things?
This Town Doctor Article is pub
lished by the Union Recorder in co
operation with the MiHedgcvtjlle
RADIATOR CLEANER FOR SALE
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GEORGIA, Baldwin County.
W. W Stcmbridge, as Guardian
of Ollie Stanley, has applied for
leave vo sell a one-fourth individed
interest in the eastern half of Lot
No. 1, Blcck No. 23, of Oconei
Heights, to raise funds for the main
tenance of his said ward.
! All persons are notified to show
cause before me at the Baldwii
I Court of Ordinary on the first Mon
day in June, 1929, why the applica
tion should not be granted.
W. H. STEMBRIDGE,
Ordinary Baldwin Co. Ga.
GEORGIA, Baldwin County.
Notice is hereby given that C. S.
Winn, as administrator of the estate
of Mr.-. G. D. Myrick, has applied to
th*> Ordinary of said county for
leave to sell lot no. 2 of the old My
rick homestead in the 318 Disrict,
G. M., of suid county.
"RADIATOR CLEANER” will
ove .11 the trouble, and clean the
iator. For Sale by
L. N. JORDAN
is a Prescription for
Colds, Grippe, Fla, Dengue,
Bilious Fever and Malaria,
t is the most speedy remedy known.
The Four Door Sedan is one of the six models romprising the n
line just introduced by the Huirk Motor Company
Buick dealers throughout the
country today are displaying the
Marquette, a new Six, produced and
distributed by the Buick Motor Com
pany. This car which will sell
medium-price field, is offered
models—a two-door sedan—a four-
door sedan — business couue—sport
coupe—a roadster and a touring
The Marquette is an exceptionally
lurge car for its price class having
a wheelbase of 114 inches. Prices
the car range from $9C5 to $1035.
The six-cylinder L-bead motor a
the crankcase are cast in one integral
unit. The engine has a bore and
stroke of 3’/ by 4*;’ and develops
67.5 maximum brake honep
Buick officials say the Marquett
remarkably quick acceleration and a
maximum speed up in the seventies.
All models are d. vgned along low
swung rakish lines. Thebodieiarehuzit
by Fisher end finished in Du • r» !nr
combinations that, follow distinctive
fashion trends. The radiator which is
covered with a metal grille is deep
with a narrow chromium plated rim
that balances with the chromium
plated huh caps. The wheels are
sturdy and carry large section -8x5.25
The Marquette has a new non-giu*
Fisher V V type windshield which wt*
at an angle of seven degrees from the
perpendicular and eliminates all glare,
whether from the rear, front or sido.
Other features embodied in tb*
Marquette include large internal ex.
panding Duo-Servo four-wheel t a
an adjustable steering wheel, r .
able driver’s seat, built-in 1 u ....
mountings and all chromium
outside hardware. Ther fr.
able, mohair upholstery is v ..; »
impregnated under a new t - .i]
a rubber solution.
A full pressure lubrinr.:-.;- -- ra
i uw 'l an the Rev car n
constant flow of oil to main : • ^
connecting rod bearings, cylinder .. a h,
camshaft bearings and the timing
chain. The water cooling system L
thermostatically controlled a- 1 has
normal temperatures u.~ !cr a!i . vine
The tapered -hassis 11 c: •; • rail*
t ail ro
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buying Plymouth is
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YES, IT’S TRUE! Wo know i
lievc, but there are the figures
are made all tho more am
Goodrich ciuality is always
onthemarket! Come in and 1
t’s hard to be-
I Figures that
the best buy
t’s talk it over.
Study The Price
Just imagine . . . prices like these
on genuine Goodrich Tires. Look
thorn over. You be the judge of 3
the value. Here they are:
YES, MR. MOTORIST . . . THAT’S EXACTLY
WHAT WE’RE OFFERING YOU
JT’S hard to believe! Goodrich
" Tires at such amazing figures!
Yet here are our prices, in cold
black and white, in the box at the
left! Look ’em over . . . find your
size. Then try to heat them any
Remember . . . these are tires
made by the famous Goodrich
water-cure process. Tires that have
amazed millions by the way they
stand up under the hardest driv
ing conditions the country can
But remember this . . . we’ve
priced all Goodrich Tires at these
new low figures . . . for a limited
So come in. Let us take a look
at the tires on yuur car, even if
there’s a thousand miles of service
left in them. It may be a long
time before you get this chance
again. Come in and talk it over.
L D. SMITH