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4 fULER COUNTY LIBERAL
Put iiahed Every Wednesday, Entered
at Postofflce at Colquitt, G*.. as Sec
ond Class Matter.
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
ZULA B. TOOLE, Editor and Prop.
Advertising rates made known on ap
A dog Mt oat io the midnight chill
And bowled at the beaming moon
Bit sense, of mneio was strictly nil,
And his voice was out of tune.
Tf.ere wasn’t a thing at which to
Or to show why a pup stiould
An i the course of the dog was
wrong and foul,
For people were wild to sleep.
There are plenty of men like that
blamed fool bound
Who yell when there’s nothing
D Curbing the country with sense
The pessimist’s doleful song.
—Louisiana Highway Mag. -
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Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Evans, of
Burnt Lake, Mich., who have been
spending their winters in Colquitt
for several years, are being hearti
w« loomed by their many friends
at the Harrell Hotel.
ptra. James Warren having made ap-.
plication for 12 mdnth's support out of
■ the eatato of James Warren, for her
self and 8 minor children, and appYais'
> era duly appointed to set apart the
~ same, having filed their returns, all per-
.ipti* concerned are hereby.required to
Show cause before the court, of ordin
ary of said co., on the Ist Monday in
Dee. 1926, why said application should
not be granted, this Nov. 1, 1926.
W. C. DANCER,
Under and by virtie of a security
deed with power of sale executed and
delivered by Zula B. Toole on the 30th
d~y of November, 1917. to Farkas
Trust Co., conveying real estate to se
cure certain notes of the same date and
the said Zula B. Toole having failed to
pay all of said notes described in said
security deed according to their tenor
and effect and those unpaid bein7 now
> past due said Farkas Trust Co. as pro
t vided in said security deed, after four
weeks advertisement, will sell at public
out-cry before the court house door in
Miller County, Georgia, on the 18th
of December, 1926. between
the legal hours of sale, to the highest
bidder, the following described proper
Four-sevenths (4-7) interest jn the
property of which Joe Toole died seiz
ed and possessed described as follows:
All of lots 880, 347. 381, the North half
of lot 382, 100 acres of lot 349, and 160
acraa of lot 348.
As provided in said security deed the
said Farkas Trust Company will make
to the purchaser of said property good
and sufficient title in fee simple. And
the proceeds of said sale wM be applied
to the payment of the debt above refer
red to and the cost of this sale.
This 22 day of November, 1926.
FARKAS TRUST CO.,
By Leonard harkas. Pres.
Milner and Farkas, Attorneys-at-law,
DUNN’S--Dry Cleaning Plant,
Cuthbert, Ga. removes spots, cleans
and presses clothes for men and
women, in a most satisfactory man
ner; and their work is dune rapidly.
Some man has rightly said:
“There’re two road—success and
failnre’ J —and yon are not travel,
GEORGIA, MILLER COUNTY.
To whom it may concern:
J. T; Miller, of said state and co.,
having applied to me for letters of
administration, de bonis non, on the
estate of Mrs. Mattie Miller, of said
eo., this is to cite all and singular, the
heir and creditors of said Mrs. Mattie
Miller, to be and appear at the Dec.
term, 1926, of said court, and show
cause, if any they can, why letters of
administration, de bonis non, should
not be granted on the estate of said
Mrs. Mattle Miller. Witness my had
and official signature, this Nov. 1,1926.
W- C. DANCER,
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GEORGIA, Miller County:
Will be sold before the courthouse
door in said county, on the first Tues
day in Dec. next, within the legal hours
of sale, to the highest bidder for cash,
the fallowing described property to
The following property in the 13th
district of Miller Co., and being sixty
two and one half acres land, more or
less, in the southeast corner of lot of
land no. 114 and bounded on the north
by A. J. Cowart, on the east by gran
tor, on the sohth by original land line
and A. J. Cowart, and on the west by
lands of P, D. Rich.
Said property will be sold as the pro
perty of J. A. Phillips under and by
virtue of the power of sale contained
in a certain deed executed by J. A.
Phillips to W. C. Hays, on Sept 30th,
1918, which deed appears of record in
the office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Miller Co., Ga., in Deed book
Page 265. Default having been made
j n the payment of the indebtedness se
cured by said deed, said property will
sold for the purpose of paying same,
and the proceeds of the sale will be ap
plied first to the payment of said in
debtedness, and the cost of this adver
tisement, and the remainder if any will
be paid to J. A. Phillips or his assigns
Warranty titles will be executed to the
purchaser, as provided by said deid.
This Nov. 22ond 1926.
W. C. HAYS.
N. L. Stapleton, Atty.
Under and by virtue of the authority
contained in a security deed executed
by J. S. Shingler and T. G. Thingler to
Charles Forman, dated Septamber 12,
1918, and recorded in the office of the
Clerk of Superior Court in Book 7,
pages 272-273, and by him assigned to
Continental Casualty Co. on April 14,
1924, which assignment is recorded in
Book 11, pa£e 499. there will be sold
before the court house door of Miller
Co., Ga., on Tuesday, December 21,
1926, between 10 o’clock a. m. and four
oclock p. m. to the highest and best
bidder for cash, the property conveyed
by said deed and ond describ'd as fol
The North half of lot of land number
three hundred seventy-five (375), con
taining one hundred twenty-five (125)
acres more or less; all of lot of land
number three hundred seventy-four
(374), containing two hundred fifty
1250) acre? more or less* all of lot of
land number three hundred forty-six
(346), containing two hundred and fifty
(250) acres, more or less, all joining
and lying in the thirteenth (13) district
of Miller Co., Ga., containing in the
aggregate six hundred twenty-five
(625) acres, more or less.
Default has been made in the pay
ment of the debt to secure which said
deed was evecuted. and the su2d Con
tinental Casualty Co., the legal holder
of said notes, has elected to declare
the entire loan due and payable, in ac
cordance with the terms of said seeuri
ty deed, and said property will be sold
as the property of of J. S. Shingler and
T, J. Shingler, for the purpose of pay
ing said debt, plus any unpaid toxes,
and plus the cost of this foreclosure
The uupersigned will execute to tne
purchtser fee simple title as provided
tn said deed above referred to, this Nov.
(Signed) Continental Casualty Co.
By W. H. Roberts, Vice Pres.
COLQUITT BAPT IST CHURCH
Durward Veazey Oaaon, Pastor,
Sunday School 9.30.
Junior B Y P U 6.00
W MU Monday 3:30,
Sr. B Y P U Monday 7:00
Mid-week Service Wed 7:00
Sunbeam Friday 3:30 ,
R. A’a Friday 7.-00
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Will be sold before the court boase
door of said county within the legal
hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in
December next, at publie out cry,
to the highest bidder for cash, the
following described property, to-wit:
All that certain tract or parcel of land
situated, lying and being in the 26 diet
of said co. and state, containg 50 acres
more or less, and bounded as follows;
North by lands of Mrs. Ike Bush Jr.,
east by lands of Oscar Newberry, south
by lands of T. J. Shingler, west by
lands of Mrs. Ike Bush Jr., and known
as part of the John Hand place.
Said property will be sold as the prop
erty of J. E. Spooner Jr., undewand by
virtue of of • deed with power of sale
to secure debt, executed by said J. E.
Spooner Jr., to Swift & Co., a corpo
ration, on Oct. 3, 1924, which said deed
appears of record in the office of the
clerk of the superior court of said eo.
and state, in deed book 12, page 11, de
fault having been made in the payment
of the indebtedness secured by said deed
said property will be sold under the
stipulations ar.d powers contained in
■aid deed, and the proceeds will be ap
plied first to the payment balance prin
cipal and interest due on said indebted
ness, the cost of this advertisement and
remainder, if any, will bo paid E.
Spooner Jr., or his assign* Said prop
erty will be sold subject to a prior lien
In favor of the Planters Bank of Don
alsonville, Ga. Warranty title* will be
executed to the purchaser in the n*me
of J. E. Spooner Jr., as provided in
said deed, tbi* Nov. 2, 1926.
By N. L. Stapleton,
Attorney At Law.
Purebred barron (train white
Leghorn pallets, ready to lay, |1.25
each. Owens (train Rhode Island
Reds pullets, ready to lay, 31.40
each. Thompson strain barred
r.ck pullets, ready to lay, 31.40
eaoh. Brown Leghorn pullets
of the everly strain, ready to fay,
31.35 eaoh. Shepard strain An
cons pullets ready to lay, 3135
each. Young cook birds, ready
for service, any breed listed above,
32 each. Baby ohicka, one day
old, of any breed luted above, 311
hundred. AU purebred (took.
We pay postage obarge* on all
baby chicks, and expreaa charges
on pullets in lots of one dozen
or more. Lots of leas than one
dozen pullets, customer pays ex
Orders booked now for baby
cuioke sor shipment any date in
Winter, Spring or Summer.
Must be paid for in full befora
20ts. Seale, Ala.
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To the voters of Colquitt:
I hereby announce aa a candi
date for councilman to succeed
Judge W. C. Dsnoer. Your vote
will be appreciated.
H. L. HARRELL.
There will be no permits issued
for bunting on the company’s lauds
io Miller aad Baker counties dur
ing the open game seaeon of 1926
and 1927. Trespassers take due
Babcock Bros. Lumber Co.
is a Prescription for
Colds, Grippe, Flu, Dengue
Bilious Fever and Nalaria.
It kills the germs.
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Beginning the first week in No
vember gin days will be Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, Nov, 4, 5 and
6, and the following week we will
gin only on Friday and Saturday.
We will continue to gin Friday
and Saturday each week until
Cower! & Dancer,
Fudge Gin Co.
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Dr. E. B- Baughn
Physician and Surgeon
N. L. Stapleton
Dr. Collie Hays
Physician $ Surgeon.
Office in Walter's Phar
- COLQUITT, GA. ’
lease A. Drake C. A. Drake
ATTORNEYS AT LaW
SHERIFF SALE .
GEORGIA, Miller County:
Will be sold before the court house
door of said county, within the legal
hours of sale on the first Tuesday h.
Dee. 1926, to the highest and best
bidder for cash the following de
scribed property to-wit:
The west half of lot of land no. 244
containing 125 acres, more or less, and
60 acres in a square in the south west
corner of lot of land no. 243 in the 1?
dist. of said co. and state, said tracts
of land being contiguous and contain
ing in the aggregate 175 acres, more
or less. Said property levied on as the
property of Eliza Wilkins under and by
virtue of an execution in favor of the
Prudential Insurance Co. of America
against Eliza Wilkins, issued from the
superior court of said co. and state.
Written notice of levy given the de
fendant. Eliza Wilkins, and G. J. Kim
brcl, tenant in possession, this Nov.
R. E. HOUSTON,
Will be sold before the Court
house door of said co. on Ist Tuesday in
Dec. 1926, at public out cry, to highest
bidder for cash the following de
scribed property to-wit:
1 U-ed Ford roadster, 2 passenger,
motor no. 7094718, known as the Sikes
Ford. Said property levied on as the
property of Eugene Henderson and Au
gusta McGriff under and virtue of a
mortgage fl fa issued from the city
court of said co. and state, in favor of
E, J. Hunter, against said Eugene
Henderson and Augusta McGriff, and
found in possession of E. J. Hunter,
his 20 day of Oct. 1926.
B. E. HOUSTON,
x - s . Sheriff.
Are filled with Brand New
Quality at Low Prices.
Wagons, Buggies, Ameican Field Fence,
Barb Wire, Nails, Barick, Lime, Cement
and General Line of Shelf Hardware
Cutlery and Many Other Items.
Full Line of Fresh Gioceries and Prices
Are Right. Come to See Us.
Let Us Serve You.
We Give Trade Coupons.
F. E. Fudge & Co.
Colquitt - Georgia.
Quart Sweet Pickles 45c
Strawberry Jam 35c
Blue Label Sliced Apples 18c
String Beans can 18c
Kelloggs all Bran pkg. 10c
Pie Peaches can 10c
Good Toilet Soap 6 bars 25c
24 lb. sk. flour very good SI.OO
241b.sk. Four Roses S. R. flour $1.25
24 lb. sk. Beauty plain $1.40
•Whole head Rice 11 lb. SI.OO '
J. G. ROBERTS
THE CASH STORE.
Dont throw away your tires when you
have a blow out. Carry them around
to Tully’s Garage and I will vulcanize
them. Prices are right Work Guar
teed and Money Saved.
E. G. Brooks
Blakely - - - Georgia
TAX COLLECTOR’S ROUNDS
If nothing prevents,
I will be at the following places, on the dates named below, for the
purpose of collecting taxes for this year.
Cooktown, Tuesday Nov. 9.h from 9 a. m. to 12 tn.
Pickrou’s store ” ” ” ” Iptnto 3p m.
Lucile, Friday Nov. 12th from 9 a tn to 12 m.
Talbert’s Still from 1 p m to 3 p tn Friday Nov. 12th.
Boykin, Tuesday Nov. 16th from 9 a m to 12 tn,
Babcock, ” ” ” ” 1 p tn to 3 p tn.
Corea, Friday Nov 19th in a m.
Union School, Friday Nov 19th in p. m.
J. W. Merrett’s store, Friday Nov 26 from 9 a m to 12 m.
A. N. Pate’s'etore, from 1 p m to 3 p m Friday Nov 26th.
Cooktown, Wed. Dec Btb from 9 a m to 12 tn.
Pickron's store, Wed. Dec Bth from 1 p tn to 3 p tn.
Lucile, Fri. Dec 10th from 9 a m to 12 m.
Talbert’s still Fri. Dec 10th from 1 p tn to 3 p tn.
Jacksonville school house, Tuesday Dec 14th in a m.
Mayhaw and Bellview on ail court days until Dec 20th which will
be date for boksjto cloae, I will be in my office every other day hot
G. G. Carter, Tax Collector.