UNION RECORDER. MILLEDCEVILLE, <-A JUNE IT, l»»»
JURORS FOR THE
JULY TERM COURT
THE LETTER COMJXH
Charles Herty Pr.trid.nt Ceorux 1 from M«y 14, 1928, and for
Crawford of the Alabama Coal ani further purpose of ptylnft all costa
Iron Company, width D one of tho of this proceeding Demand for pay-
Millcdptvilla, Ga„ June 21. 1929 br>nctH .. of t ht United States Steel ment of said note having been made
i Editor of Union Recorder: C(irp , ! ;it , .cores of other men and default havin', been made there-
heard many discussion* r ,. n t walks of life. One of on this proceeding is brought for the
uf the paving of our streets, nobody jt< fjr . t p, r ,|dents was the late Gen. purpose aforesaid,
are the Grand and ugain«t the work, but many question. D j f j, in n brother-in-law of The undersigned will execute such
drawn to serve a. ing the high price which was | ston* wall Jackson, and himself one conveyance to the purchaser at said
f Superior Court: I fnr the work. j‘ of , ht Hading general* of the Con- sale as is in the said deed provided
: K .. Mayfield. J. A.. Babb.
. iu od. j. H.. McMicharl.
, min. Frank. Leonard, A.,
> . Simmons. J. .M.. Enni-.
•t -.A. W.. Stcz<b ridge,
r hr, J. E., MrComh.
. W J.. Harp*r. J. Ben.
: discussing this mat-
»t the procedure or
i figuring the price,
are able to discuss
h some degree of in-
m ;-ne of tho a that know very
i to how the cost was found,
« thod employed in figuring the
His son, I). H. Hill, nud authorized.
of the teachers and This 4th day of June, 1929.
L. N. JORDAN,
C.d. O. T. Kennan. who won
■ the Philippine Island-, was
i commat.dant of the cadets. I
- ucc.eded by Kenneth G.'
who later became 're*-
By Frank W. Bell,
Tt«h. and who is now at
- f a | ,rge roller- in the
i !. C. I. Woodward of Col-
ZL NO. 1
heavily in d» !
E- J-. McCrary. J. T.
I. S., Hoi: wr.y. Jane
p property cm
T a'u'l .Mid will find it t. difflcul
After a thing is done all of us c«i
f’rd fault. It i.« easy to -*ee th<
mi-takes of others, yet hud wc beei
in the same position we might huv<
made them also. I do not say tha
K. Jr.. Etheridge, J. C., the Council is solely responsible f«»
■ l.ng. J. T., Goodson, L. A., the errors that were made for th*
•grew, J. T.. Huff, Emmett L., pt pie could have voiced disaprova
G,... W., Taylor, R. A., Law- to the work, but the main rea on, ii
. .1. B., Wall, It. L.. Coxwell, C. my opinion, for the failure •>( ob
H-.mpblli, Walter A. jjicti«.n« being raised was the groa
PANEL NO. J ignoiance of the rank and fib
Harrington, M. C. Jr., just what was being done and h<
•. Wir. H., Butts. J. W., Grant was to be done.
.. Harper C. T., Jackson. Ernesi. fTn-re fore. 1 believe that the first
, B. F., Brake, Darwin 1 t . m , r that was made was in the fail-
World War thei
order from the
Jrdinnry of Bibb County,
G-rgia, granted upon the applica-
t;,,:i of the undersign»d n* Adminis-
of tha state ,.f 11. M. He
f! * I ‘rath, late of IJi’-b County, Geor-
gia, deceased, there will be sold at
. public outcry, a* the property of said
estate, on the first Tuesday in July,
I"2!>, at the courthouse door of said
Baldwin County, between the legal
hours of sale, to the highest bidder
for ca.-h, the following described
All that tract or parcel of land
situate and being in the 105th Dis-
gether with all and singular tha
ways, rights of way, casements,
rights, members and appurtenances
whatsoever belonging or in anywise
appertaining to the above described
property; including especially all wa-
aer and water-powers, and all the
riparian, flowagc, waiter and water
power rights und privileges, and all
islands, river, river-bed and channel
rights and titles, belonging or apper
taining to any or all of the above
Said property will be sold for the
purpose of puyment of debts and for
R. J. McELRATH,
J. M. McELRATH,
Administrators of Estate of
H. M. McEirath, Deceased.
~ and bounded ns follows: On the
r North by lands of Hugh T. Cline and !
’• the estate of the late Ben F. Sanford; !
* on the East by lands of Jog. E. Pot-
° tie und Jno. T. Allen; jn the South
n by lands of Jos. E. Pottle and the
• waters of the Oconee River; and on j
l_ the West by the main stream of the
Oconee River; said ticct or parcel,
of land containing two hundred fifty
Meek-. J. T., Horne, .1. H., Frederick, ( uri t ,f the city officials t
F. W. Jy explain the method
PANEL NO. 4 ! when our streets were t
Ho. dvr, J. H., Hutchins, J. M.,l j t always best to have
Wilkin—n, C. F.. Humphries, W. H., understanding with thos
Barnes Stewart, Batson. F. C., Hall.' m . and then if the cost
L. <’.. Ha:i. T. 1L, Faulkner. V. W..j >nd the price out of line.
Hall. R. S.. Rogers, J. A. t u C ome b
PANEL NO. 5 ( t . r „f ket
HoUinshead. Geo. W., Hurt, C. C., j ( ;i v : njr t h,
Blo .dw'rth. Geo. C.. Winter, C. IL, Th* government i
Ami. i n. B. F., Mathews, Jno. husinee* and
Adam-. Grovir J.» Horne, L^Juis,| directors make a
Adams J. J.. Jordan, L. N., Carr, A. ] th«* stockholders,
J. Sr.. Patter* on, Scui C.
Traverse Jur=r. for Third Monday
PAEL NO. I
Berry. W. i’., Johnson, J. C., Bow
el-. n. B- F.. Tumuli. Geo. H.. Brown,
Julian S„ Praaser, Wm. B.. Bass, W
A. X.. flam. Lrmar F., Wright, S. E.,
Hubert. T. K. (D;|« Barnes
ping the people informed.
Wood. D. M.
PANEL NO. 2
Martin, J. I-. Ivey, C. B.. Blood-
worth, J. E., Stripling. J. H., Bla
J. H.. Pigby, W. L., Prosser. N. F.,
Bell. Miller S., Williams, P. E., Dur
den. W. R., Gibson, Chas. M.. Little,
PANEL NO. 3
May. G. C-. Tucker, Harper, An
drew . J. T., Simmons, B. D., Tcn-
nille. W. C., Ivey, J. Tim, Siatme
Jes .. Ivey. Frank B.. Benford, J. A.,
Hariri ... F. R-. Durden, Paul, Mar
tin. J. A.
PANEL NO. 4
Meek . R. J-. Smith. R. G.,
well. T. IL. McDaniel. J. L., Mathis,
lie Moran, J. W., Bone, W. D.,
Morgan. Henry. Brown. W. P.. March-
man. H. 1L. Kitchen i, Wm. M., Hol
lis, -I. T.
PAEL NO. 5
Tennille, A. C., Harrington, G. T.,
W. A« Worsham, J. I.,
matters of city government be
oroughly ironed out vain year,
lis is a matter for the Mayor to
Another error which 1 think was
made, was the dividing of the city
» mu many zones, hacn biock was
tically toned separately after the
in streets wore paved. In nty
nion the entire city could have
•n let if) five or six units und thus
■ed much added expense in a«
Using, bonding cost and other
that came up as each zone
w ho were killed in action.
'hi college recently provided
-.lid athletic field, enclosed by
wall and having a huge m
•ial arch entrance built in non
n J of the boys who served in the wa
J It I - »r this field tha*. baseball gam
J f... t'oall games and military drills arc
f j he Id. The cadet battalion has n
1 1 band "f 40 pieces, und their parade.*
j headed by this band, are always in
spiring. The parade during com-
r . nr.-ment this wefk, when each
company had the.r sponsors, occupy- (250) acres, more or less, formerly
ga !y decorati d floats, was a |, e j onKei j Josinh Collins and from
Lt -utiful sight and thou.-ands of pc*- thc jpath of the latter in 1872 was
pie gathered to witne-s it. The j n peaceable, open, notorious
voting men who make up the mill- an< , Averse posses ion of Samuel IJ.
- r. compar are manly young fel- Colllnr. a son of snid Josiah Collin*.
! -w-. and when one sees the training un ^j| the said Samuel B. Collins con-,
they are getting, both on the nthle- veyed tract or parcel of land to
t c Id and in the ichool room, one thl> jn d H M> McEirath, now deevas-
ir.ust b.- impressed with the fact thnt on May 8, 1919, by deed record-
:!.■ future for these boys is bright. cd in ^ office of thc c \crk of the
Irstitutii ns f t hi - sort hold a j^ U p er -o r Court of Baldwin County
dirce in the state that means much in Dc) d Book RR, pzgc 427; said
o tae commonwealth and especially , ract or ,, arcc i ox - i an d including a.I
o the circle from which it draws its of an i s i and in S a'd Oconee River
tudents. The state ought to be lib- known as Askew or Collins Island,
oral in supporting, promoting «ud t . xcepl that po -Uon of said island
keeping alive all of the institutions which ia the property of Hugh T.
of th: - character, because they f orm cline, said island being separated
i splendid link between the high £rom the ia j d lract of land by a
ithools of the rtntc and thi institu- chanml D f the Oconee River on the
tions of higher education. Eaat f i,j e G f said island, the main
: stream of the Oconee River flowing
on thc West side of snid island; to-
City of Milledgeville, Georgia.
GEORGIA, Baldwin County:
Will be sold before the court house
door in Baldwin County, Georgia,
within the legal hours of sale, or
the first Tuesday in July, 1929, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder Clerk and Treasurer of the
for cash, the following described lots Milledguville.
or parcels of land, lying and being Notice of thc levy of the above
in thc City of Milledgcville, said j executions has been given to *he de.
State and County, to satisfy certain! fendants und tenants in p«'<e»j<> &
issuance of street improvement u
in said city, approved Augu-t 2i**
1925, for past dee installment
interest on certain -Mi|| ? d Wvi j;
Street Improvement Boncfc: To-wi/*
Third tract: That tract „f i...
belonging to W. J. and C. X. Car ,
ler situate on the South side of H,
cock Street between and a<Jj 0 j, **
thc lands of W. H. Minor and
bert Street. Said lot is d, ,
as Lot No. 4 on the plan and j-Iat of
work done on Street Improy^^
Zone No. 19 in said City, and
105 feet on the Street Jmpn. ^
Zone end runs back South 210
Said land w-aa levied upon to 7a tj,*
an execution for $148.21, with inter!
eat and costs, issued again-t
above described 'and
of W. J. and C. N. Chandler,
default in the payment of th.
ment and interest
1929, on Streit Improv- ner.t Bor<i
No. .’133 for the cost of improvin
und paving Street Improvem -r: Z«>c.
No. 19 in said city.
All of the above mentioned fi f t ,
were- issued by R. T. Baisden, S r ^
issued by thc Clerk and
of the City of Milledge-
villc ngainst the lands hereinefter
described, bearing teste in the name
] of the Mayor of taid city, as provid-
I ed !.y the Act of the General As-
I scmble of Georgia, relating to the
required by law. Deeds will be
made to the purchasers by th« under-
This May 29th, 1929.
J. H. THIGPEN,
Mamhal of the City of
The third mutter which I think
showed lack of business judgme
wai in the paving of the side streets.
These streets that are less frequent
ly traveled could hav
with muc.i cheaper materiul and
would have been just as satisfactory
It was unnecessary, and in my opin
ion, a big increase in cost to pave the
*1,1,, streets with the same type of I by the lanj^ of Jean Brantley;
GEORGIA, Baldwin County: -
By virtue of an order of the Ordi
nary of said State and County I will
tell at public outcry, for cash, within
the legal hours of sale, to thc highest
and best bidder, at the court house \
door in r.aid County, on the first
Tuesday in July, 1929, the following
described land, to-writ:
A one-ninth undivided interest in
that parcel of land lying in the City
of Milledgcville, snid State and Coun
ty, containing one-fourth of an acre,
bounded us follows. On the North
| Fowler-Flemister Coal Co.
7 CHEV ROLF. I ,
9* ffnrr^nf fiimrriffrp
.-ing that the i
s of t
a great blessing und afti
thing that ha* added
lty could have
rd. B. C., Berry.
Bell. E. E.. Rice, Wm.. Simp
PANEL NO. 6
Humphries T. C-. Hutchins. Harris,
Moran, Snm. Badger. F. D.. lb
C. W.. Hutchinson. Jon W., Twilly,
O. B.. McMillan. R. W. Jr.. Curry,
M. L.. Ivey. C. A.. Willis. .1. I
w w arri A.
JUST A MEMORY
ndered to the old horn
ind looked for some familiar face
I kn*w could not be there.
Yv. if thi
been paved under a bond issui
. n.ull gas tax levied l<» take ca
thc bonds. I do not believe
would have been a single howl, b
it is now, the property holder
having to nay for the paving :
a great burden, and every auto
cr ■ enjoying the use of it and it*
pleasures aith< ugh he own? no pit»]
. ty ::;.d is contributing nothing 1
.. Ip rid of the debt.
We need to get the idea th:
Government is < perated for tl
whole, every citizen, and not for t!
benefit of a few. Governnw nt fl
by, and for the people is the great
principal of Jeffershnian Demoiracy
to which we must adhere if we are to
kiep a satisfied and prosperou*
R. H. M.
the East by Wayne Street; on
South by an unnamed street; nn<
the West by the lands of Ra
This June 3rd, 1929.
Administrator of the Ea:
of Zella May Davis.
GEORGIA .Baldwin County:
Under and by virtue of n power
of salr contained in .i deed to secure
a debt executed by Mrs. J. W. Rob-
cr fc - to L. N. Jordan on the 14th day
of April, 1925, the undersigned will
sell at public outer)', before the
Court House door in said County, to
the highest bidder for cash, within
the legal hours of sale, on the 2nd
day of July, 1929, the following
described land, to-wit:
I hi-ard ’
A GOLDEN JUBILEE
•». c. c.
"Dick" — “Hank” — “Si" and
‘Until each one would fade away
Because my sight grew dim.
Tha? dear old gang .ms drifted far
From tho«- loved haunts wc knew,
But -till—I'll bet they often drtxm
Just like I’m tellin* you.
‘Cau.— sometimes when I’m dreamin’
Iwt Friday a ad Saturday 10
* f old
All that tract or parcel of land
lying and being in the City of Mil-
ledgevillc. Georgia, on Jefferson
Street, the same fronting West sixty
(00) feet on -aid Jefferson Street
and running back East two hundred
i ten (210) feet, bounded on thc
I North by lands of Mrs. Annie Jack-
1 son: on the East by the lands of Earl
liege at and Gould: on the South by lands
goldeki j of the Whitfield Grocery Company;
reunion and on the West by Jefferson Street,
nusunlly This being the same land purchased
by Mrs. J. W. Robert* from F. H.
February 5, 1918. as is
%/ The COACH **
e rgin Military C
ille celebrated it-
ry this week with :
udenta and an i
lilitary as well as social pro-
The college occupies the old j Coleman
building and is situated up- evidenced by deed recorded in Clerk's
enutiful hill, shaded by giant office. Baldwin Superior Court in
nd occupies four city blocks. Deed Book "QQ", page 74. J
been a military college ever Said sale will be made for the
: was founded. The legiab- purpose of raising funds to pay the
n providing for this college, following debt which the deed above
t a branch of the State Uni- mentioned was given to secure, said
meet ihem cornin’ down the path verrity, and it was the purpose of note being a renewal of the original
That lead* to "Home, Sweet the law-makers that it should remain note so given: One promissory note
Home’.’ a branch of that institution. dated May 14, 1928, due on demand,
Among the gradates fYom the for $224.10, signed by Mrs. J. W.
fish at Ennis Palaca Mar- college .rive be«|a many men of Roberts and payable to L. N. Jordan,
national fame, including thc cm- and to pay interest on said note at
inent chemist and scientist, Dr. the rate of eight per cent pernnnum
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