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CROW-EATING COMES TO GEORGIA
(GROUND HOG WEATHER ground hog has had plenty of chance j be wanner in the northern part of The modem ground
PREDICTION GOES AWRY ^ C ° ine 0111 °* hii cx “ le and set aC " and it wasn’t colder down the least about 0g5, V>
j climated. here. Therefore, that will make still
Minneapolis the other day had m ^ d for the erou „ rt hog t0
1 E -'°- cu - »«> 'Of «* mimmujr. rccount for tthen he finally comes
. said it would
u* least about them. ar , .
Poor Prophets about th,
“* w oorreopondents h”"*?*
about the Italo-Ethiopiar, r 'iS
Buy A Farm
Finding crew meat "delicious," as this picture Indicates. Gams
Commisioner 2aek Cravcy of Georgia plans to play host »>. a banquet
featuring roast crow and crow pis for southern and federal gams
commissioners during their conference in Atlanta March 27-2B
(Associated Press Photo)
j Sunday. March 15. uas the last
day when, according tc his hole-in-
the-ground prognosticsn ab:ut the
weather on February 2. :here should
have been six more weeks c? ••-•in
ter. All this because he saw hi?
shadow and hustled for cover.
The statistics don't -w up the 203 arres about six miles East
ground heg this year :n ar.;. to-. Irwinton on Toomsboro road. 5 r
favorable a light. The dry before he bouse, newly painted white,
took his slant it was 23 degrees, metal roof., new barn, good spring
which is powerful cc'.ri The day he and branch, known as the HunnJcuti
looked about him the minimum was , home place.
38 degrees. He must have been Small rash payment. 20 years
stupefied with the ccld of the day balance at 5 per cent, price *2.75i.
b°-’ ore - By special arrangements can trade
Statistics show* 14 days when the now with Bonus Boys and watt un-
minimum was 50 degrees cr over: til June to complete cash payment.
12 days when it was in the forties, \jj size farms In surrounding conn*
mne when it was in the thirties, and ties. These are Federal Land Bank
one day below thirty, when 2 T de- 1 firm*.
groes were recorded on February 11.
Ten days after the ground hog put
on his so-called weather trarce only
four have been in tr.e thirties, nine
have been in the forties and thir
teen in the fifties. The high points
on seme days were twenty dgrees or
more above the low points, so the
SEEN AND HEARD
THE PAST WEEN
torn, of Lecal lateral PicW Ifr
Her* ad IWn By Neva Gath
erer of Ik LUm-It reorder.
The nev filling station now un
der ronsti a.:*! jn on Hancock street
wiH be one of the most attractive
in the aty. It will have all modern
appointment.', and will have more
of the appearance of a home than a
filling stall an. the builders say.
Conitmdior. <f the beautiful new
home being built by Mrs. Margaret
Napier is nearing completion. TTiis
home will Ik- one al the most beau
tiful m the city.
Capt. Thigpen has had his street
force in the ".orthen section of the
city for the* i»vst week and is build*
ing a road Uirough from Wayne to
Jefferson street along the tracks of
the Georgi i railroad, "Hiis will be
quit*- a ueede i improvement.
The Onodrlrh Brothers will move
into Iheir new homes in West End
about April 1st. These homes an
quite an ado' >:n to this section.
Dr. Robert L. Biggs, the Vctemcri-
an, leads a busy life. His hospital in
West End is nearly always filled
with patients Dogs and cats of every
description, but loved by somebody
as a pet. are brought to the Doctor
for Irealmen*.. He has recently had
a numtier of dogs that were suffer
ing from poisoning. Somebody put
out poison on the Hill, and a I
tier of prised pets ate it and many
ti! them died, but Doctor Bigg c su
eroded in saving a few. Poisoning
dog, a defon-ieless nnimnal. is not to
be admired, to say the least. Owners
will always keep their pets in con
finement. if they annoy other poo-
pic, rather t’ an have them poisoned
Carpenter, have heen kept busy
during tlie past week repairing
roofs and correcting other damage
that was done by the high winds r
week ago. Congressman Carl Vin
son'S farm house in south Baldwin,
was among those damaged. Practi
cally every home happened to seme
damage, but tiave all been rrpaired,
Col. Marion Allen has two Im
pressive |urlures in his office in the
Henry Grady Hotel. Ore of them
shows Col. Allen with Senators
George and Russell and Judge Ix>v-
ett entering the White House to
When You Need a Laxative
Bccauso of the refreshing relief It
has brought them, thousands of men
and women, who could
afford much more ex- jf^
pensive laxatives, use
Black-Draught when OH
needed. It la very eco- iL^
nomical, purely vegettt- t" 3 ?
ble, higlily effective... Mr. J. Lester
Roberson, well known hardware
dealer nt Martinsville. Va, writes:
*T certainly can recommend Blauc-
Draughl as a splendll medicine. I
have taken it for constipation end
the dull feelings that follow, and
have found it very satisfactory.”
— Applications must t>e on file by
the President, the othc-r in a fine April 17. 1938, for the vacancy of
picture of General Farley, chairman postmaster at Dcvereaux. The ex-
of the National Democratic Commit- amiration date will be announced
tec and Post Master General. But later and will be held in Milledge-
the most impressive picture of all vi!le.
« i. spMfcir.5 l.kmeK o! President, examinaUon is epen to all
oosese t. his is a life size pictures , citizens who can meet the require-
Utat meets the visitors eye imme- ;nlents tsetwMn the ages of 21 and
“ cnt ^ in S «* Col. 65, Application blanks and full in-
greeund tiie formation can be secured by writing
,m0 | United States Civil Service Com-
ci j mission, Washington. D. C.
Allen is kept busy
thousands of visitors that have
from every nook and comer oi
Georgia to pledge their support U
the great Chieftain, President Roose
to Milledgeville young ladies,
who wo-re cadet teaching in Atlanta-
last fall, new have regular jobs and
meeting with splendid success
in their work in the Atlanta public
schools. They are Miss Barbara
Chandler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
”• Chandler and Miss Dorothy
Smith, youngest daughter of Mrs. 1*.
D. Smith. Miss Chandler teaches his
tory in one of the high schools and
Miss Smith teaches physical educa
tion. Both of them are splendid
teachers and went directly to Atlanta
from G. S. C. W.
Mrs. CarttM Etheridge
Mt. Ffaasant Woman's Missionary
Circle held their regular monthly
meeting on last Wednesday the 18th
with Mrs. Carlton Etheridge as hos
Miss Mamie Cormanni led the de
votional. reading part of the 16th
chapter of the book Acts and ai.c
her talk on Lydia was both inter
esting and inspiring. After a short
business session on ways and means
we had a social hour and were j
ed sandwiches, cookies, nuts
coffee by our hostess, assisted by
Those present were: Mrs. J. O.
Etheridge, Mrs. Thomas Cathy, Mrs
C. B. Torrance. Mrs. Prissilla
Hodges. Mrs. T. R. Brookins. Mrs.
Pauline Lee. Miss Sara Etheridge.
Miss Claire Hawks, Miss Fay Cathy,
Mtj. P. M. Allen. Miss Mamie Cor
manni. and Mrs. Carlton Etheridge.
A. L. MILLIGAN
P. 0. Boi 393
T. A. ASHFTELD
ftaayt Dependable Repin On
Aip hfc R. C. A. TAo.
Ciaplrti Stick of Pub, Fridii-
“NOTMNG BUT INSURANCE
GIFTS THAT LAST
You find practical, useful gifts
C. K. ANDREWS ft SON
tor every occasion at
J. C. GRANT CO.
RPR S “ ,E
Watch and Clock Repaving by
Deep. 5c, lie, 25c
FOUND—G. E. A. 1932 Pin—Ownrr
can get same by paying for this ad
Morck 23rd to Mwck 2M, koi kcea dtbfuitd by Condi
as Cliaa Up Weak—Dariag tkat weak tka Santary Dipt.
wiB non a trail, debris, or jnk of oay load pUcad at tka
cnk. At atkar taoas ally tka mil truk ud garbefe tkat
caa ke pot ia a (irkafi caa wE ba resend. Tka co-open-
tioa of all ■ tka trial ef tkia aaw plaa, is asked.
The aaw Solitary Ordiuau does NOT proUiit tka osa of
properly instiled Snkea Garbage Caas ia fraat Areas.
By Order of Council
all pre- ] the political prophets'are bT ^ q
: tion. year. a ‘ ^
Gives you smooth,
powerful anti knock
J performan( e at nc
extra cost !
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
To Help You
AVOID MANY COLDS
At the Ant nasal irritation or sniffle,
apply Vicks Vs-tro-nol—just a few drops
up each nostril. Used hi time, it helps
prevent many colds entirely.
saouua sin *Ot . . . pousu ouomtrlpi
OUR PAST RECORD
The management of this bank is in the lands of men who have j
years of successful business and banking experience. Through j
the yam this bank has been the synJbol of financial strsogtk
integrity of character and absolute reliability.
We have a sympathetic cooperation with aS interests of our j
customers and invite you to establish a connection with thi*
strong, well regulated bank.
Merchants & Farmers Bank
SERVING YOU SINCE 1896
CAPITAL *80.000 SURPLUS *80.000
Tax Collector’s Notice
All Special License and Corporation Taxes are due and
payable January I, for the year 1936.
Every one interested in any business subject to Speoai
Taxes, will please take notice and procure a license to con
After March 31 f the law require me to add a penalty of
20 per cent.
MRS. L. D. SMITH
TAX COLLECTOR ]
faJiBK* - get them—■
r ~~ ' , you aat the.
wto&tjf<yc youA, tnowzu~jfi:—
•GROWTH • YIELD • VALUE RETURNED
•QUALITY *VALUE PER ACRE PER DOLLAR INVESTED
*h Horne, Milledgeville, Ga.
W. L. Waller, Dennis, Ga.
G. A. Smith, Haddock, Ga.
J. L Mercer, Gray, Ga.