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"THE CLINCH COUNTY NEWS" Friday, May 20, 1938. George B. Hamilton s,,3 UNEMPLOYED GIVEN r V..m..I FOR REPRESE rAT,VE DUPONT F. F. A. CLASS PSe, Elizabeth Bullard, G, , JOBS DURING APRIL ~]~a~aa~v ~taa~a a~ ]~iTo the People of Clinch County:--- HAS SWIMMING PARTY Audrey Bass, Ray Tomlinson ~, , ,.iRe-elect;onl IT,, U~L,- ]~,rr~m ~fl Having been importuned by a good -- ine Lee, Herman Bass, V, I ATLANTA, Go A total of 5,-',~'lAvA~aa~1~'5~aaa~Jalmany people of the county to do so, 'ghe Dupont Future Farmers of Dame, H, ~ Ryals Jr, Ev /ks State Treasurer4 5 unemployed Georgians were giv- |zaelr~,~'~ ~.~cmrt~ Ball I hereby announce my candidacy for AmeriCa had a swimming party at Henderson and Eric Ryals. ~en jobs last month through the state L~'*6A~aA ~ ~.~a~ffiA~a Representative from Clin~ch county in the home of Mr. C. P. Petty, Friday Chaperones were: Miss employment service, working in co- Ithe September prlmary; and if I am night, May 13. Mr. Brigham, the F. Mrs Petty and Mr. Brigham. I~::UMBENT STATE OFFICIAL operation with the federal employ- MASSJqYG OF COLORS A N D elected I sh~ll ~ote only for the F A teacher entertained the boys HERMAN JS OPPOSED BY ZACK I ment service, it was revealed Reg- GRAND MARCH TO DAZZLE I good of my people and my state, do- and their invited guests. F. F .~ ~RAVEY FOR POST l istrations at both services during the THOUSANDS WHO ATTEND t ing only those things that I feel as After the guests had enjoyed a t month totaled 9,048, which was a ~- ,the will of the people of Clinch coun- swim, .everyone took part in parlor HIGHWAY BIDS SO (Georgle News Servme) I decrease of 5.6 per cent compared ATLANTA, Ga.--A tentatzve pro- ty. ATLANTA, Ga--George B. Ham-with the preceding month gram, fairly dazzling with flags and! I will appreciate the vote and ac- games After the games, refreshments ATLANTA---(GPS) Bids were served on the lawn in front be opened May 27 at the St k'lton has qualified as a canaiaate ~or uniforms an flashin sabres, has ltive or e i i d g supp t of ev ry c t zen of the of the Petty home tot on twenty-two projects . a'e~electmn to the officeof State,IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OFibeen announced by offmers of At-lcounty. The boys and their guests were: to cost $1,606,120, it wasanr ~reasurer ~ [CLINCH COUNTY GEORGIA'-- lanta Post No. 1, American Legion, Respectfully, Walter Petty, Jeanette Bashlor, Ted. by the State Highway B~a,.-cl :~Tmek D. Cl, avey, of Telfair County, i ' " I for the Grand State Military Ball atI A.L. BARNHILL game and fish commissioner duringI Star Naval Stores Co, inc. Ithe City Auditorium May 30. 1 " " I From the first blare of the corn-fIN CLINCH SUPERIOR COURT:--- ~~ the Talmadge admm]stratlon, has vs qualified as a candidate against him. iHeirs-atLlaw of A. J._ Bess ant, of bined military bands at 8 o'clock tel Iverson H Huxford THE GEORGIA NORMAL BUSINESS COLLE ~-mil'on was a--ointed State' ~ames 1) ~nanxs, el Anctrew j ..... " ..... ~ r~a L pp "" " ' - - " " "~'~'een me wee hours, anu ~ne s~ralnsOI i VS ........ in Ia ~-- *ormer over ~rlenaerson ariaoI aonaman v ~ ,.,, ...... ,,.. . ., .r~ur~r ~oo vy - A ...... A $ florae ~weez r~ome Azmnm ana1 Levi Morgan Two Months' SummerTerm nor Talmadge, in 1936, when Tal-i~>~;,~i~n a~ ]~ule ~isi for Estab-' Georgia will witness the mast pre-I Petition to Es-tablish maadge sought to run the.state with- lish~in'g~opies~o~'Lost"Deeds itentious military event since theI Copy of Lost Deed OPENS JUNE 6th CLOSES JULY 29th cut an appropriazion viii, riamiltoni IT ...... ~: .........iderinthe World War ~ o - e "" . ~, ........ -g ~-u ~,n~ g , iT L vi Morgan, address unknown:~ refusedto honor.execut~ve warrants petition filed in the f.oregoing statedI All of the spectacular and color-~ You are hereby required to show Organized 39 years ago One of the largest and heat equipped I ~nd Talmadge called out the nation- matter it is ordered that rule nisi do ful exercises will nrecede the Grand' ause at h ,~ ~t t m ,f ~a ~,,,~ I .... n heir a "a - I c t e _e... _er ..............ness Schools in the South.--Right at your very door Big ] ~1 guard to ~emove him from offme, ~ssuecalh g u~on the s- t-~ w March and the dancing, Firs her -~ ~-~ ~-~-- : ......... " ~ . r .... , ~. t t e i co vc ~cm tn ~nu ~or ~tlncn counEy, ness men from prominent firms come here to employ ste~o-b =appomtmg J B (Tobe) Darnel, of of A J l~essant ano o~ dames t~will b o ^o..~ ~ I... .... t.;..^n .......... " . . " .... e ~ ~ .,.e.~ ~# ~h~ ~--,o-,~,[t/eorgm, on the ~ourzn lvlonoay in ~aGrange in his place i Shanks,to sh~w cause why a 7py a3- military bands, after which a bugle June, next, why a certain copy deed k~epers. Graduates all over the United States and some abro* nexea ~o sa cl petition o~ a u a-~ , Hamdton was re-clutched over- . .......... ~will sound assembly, and the mass-lannexed to plaintiff s ~etition in the Write for school literature and reduced tuition rates at once. ~helm,.ngly mcteht p~a~m:rYc:fm1938of ~eg~e::an~, '7:cfv::S~Ye:s:::em oA~ ing of the colors will heg~n~...., above proceedings, san~e being alleg- us tell you how to plan for the least expense Teachers, improve .~ao~ner r . ~ James D. Shanks to Andrew J. Hen-i At a mgnal x.rom ~viajor lta~pn *'.led to be a copy of lost unrecorded positions and add dollars to your salaries hy getting our t eht~cal mtercst was that o~ ~ecre B " " " " ....... : derson, dated Jan. 25, 1865, and call-~ lack, Marshall, each post from overldeed dated April 1st, 1858, from Levi trainingMany of our graduates are getting big salaries, t o State donn ~ Wilson ~naE r ~mry f " ing upon the heirs at law of Andrew:the state represented at the ball, Morgan to Lewis Price, should not lhe wotild seek re-election in the Sep- j. Henderson to show caL~se why a will send out ~ts colors and the uni-lbe set up and established in place of commercial in high schools.Write the Georgia Normal tember 14 primary, tcopy annexed to said petition of a'formed escort The colors will be ad-lthe lost original, it being represent- College, Douglas, Ga. This ended the ide speculation deed alleged to be lost or destroyed, ', vanced to in front of th~ ~reat ~a~,~l.~ ~ *~ ~ .......... ~w] ; - - o ..... =-i~u ~., ~,,~ vourt mac ~ne or~gmat nas mm that Mr. Wilson migh~ be a candidate from Andrew J. Hendersonto^Jona- and when all are assembled, a huge lbeen lost or destroyed and cannot l Ifor governor this year 'tha'n 0 Steen"dated'Dec:l' ~zJa::~'American flag will be drpped andlbe fund In default f such appear'lcamng upon ~ne ne,rs-a~-law o oo -. ~ ~~'11/~/~ "" " .... use w~ a the hghts extmgmshed. A grant spot-Iance the Court will proceed as to[ ~,~ . v~v.=~ v ~ t~nan t) ~een co snowca ny "i h"will .... h " .. t g ~ oe payed on ~ e ~mer~ justice shall appertain g eoral8 Will I-lave copy annexed to sa,d petltmn of a "I " "deed alleged to be lost or destroyed, can flag and small spotlights on theI Witness the Honorable W. R.] QQ ~ rs~ from Jonathan O'Steen to D. H. massed colors. ISmith, Judge of said court, this the] LO ~..,~.~..~ %..~1.111~0 1 wl _ Holmes dated March 15, 1904, all ofI Th's "11 be followed by the sing--ll7th day of May, 1938. I ATL&N~rA--(GPS) Under the re- said deeds conveying lot of land No ing of the Star Spangled Banner by FOLKS HUXFORD,, ] ~sed CCC national program, Geor- 356 in the 7th district of said county, Miss Minna Hecker, I accomplished l Clerk Superior Court l ~da will have tv~entyeight camps of ---should not be set up and establish- Atlanta soprano, accomnanied by the l ~ on ~+I ~e Citizen Conservation Corps in ed in lieu of the lost original deeds band of the 122nd Infantry, after """'='1 ~peration through the six month and have all the force and effect of which the colors will be retired and l t I GEORGIA, CLINCH COUNTY I riod ending September 30, it was same: ..... ,h~ ~ra,~ MK, oh will h~in " I !Pc " i" e o ; ...... " ............. ~'- " ', announced at the Arm Forth Area , ~e~ a. copy of ~.ms ru~e n s~ ~ l~u.,:, Man- di~itaries will be intr^a, ~ TAKE NOTICE THAT :--- [ -- " "era Y llsne(1 In The OiZlClal organ o~ salQ I "" ~ " ~'-: _""u~" ~ .. . -- . .... mea~quar~ . oo,,n*., twice o month o- two months ed during the evening, including The r]gn~ ~o redeem ~ne zonow-, Previous orders for the discontinu- immed:iatelv Drecedingthe next term'Commander Marion L. Boswell, of ing described property, to-wit:-- I ~nee of six camps in the state were of this courtto be held the fourthlPost No. 1; State Commander Pat All that tract of land lying and] ,~ ~ | 0~dKOIP~ ~mcelled after~. Congress. recently Monday of June, next, to whmh term. " , Kelly, Maory Hartsfield" , Governor beln g m" the 7th land district of~ ~__IF_ ~p| ~ hor]zed a $o0,000,000 mcrease m this writ is made returnable iv an ~ . ....~; ,~u_.~ ,~ .............. I - ~ IR ers d officers o..era ......... ~ ....... ~ou.~ . ~eor~:~. aria more~ ~o~|r or c~ t,, ~CC approprmtmn for the new At Chambers, Nashwlle, Ga., May .... " .--' .:e I ...... l tary orgamzatmns attendmg, fully descmbed as bemg m the town J -~mcal year. , iv, lv~. .. ........... [ The Ball is being given to raise of Argyle, Georgia; being the Northi ~ ~ ~~,~__.~ the twent e~ ht Gear ia camps w ~ ~v~n, ~uage I ~, , Of Y" "g g ' "'~ " " Co r .... funds toward the $50,000 needed to half of town lot Number (11) eleven,~ ~[our will be attached to national ~upermr u r a.~. " " eontainin t ..... Certified to be a true cony" l erect a new club house m Pmdmont g 100 fee by 100 feet, and] xorest projects,, seven. 0 private FOLKS HUXFORD, C.S.'C. i Park. The club house, when corn- bounded on the North by A. C. L. I TF your roof n~d$ repairing or replacing, better (official seal) , nleted, will serve not onl~ as a Le~- Right-of-way, and on the East, South,[ forest land, nine to so~l conservatmn o i .... have it done before bad weather sets in. One Iprvjects, one to the Bureau f B ...... nd West " - " ..... lion memoriat ~o memvers of A~mnta a , by the lands of H. W. I leak can cause a lot of damage---frequently far logical Survey, threeto na~mnat . ][~ .... I~=||-- ~ ..... I Post No. 1, but will he something of Williams. monuments and four to state parks 1--/~ ~IF lVllll~ ~k,,Ollllll~ ~ Will ex ~re n foreve ore lo e , [J I a second home for every Legionaire " p" , a d r f c s ,l more than the cost of repairs. ~--.-- t ] - rhriin the state. Any veterian, upon and barred, on and after the 6 dayl Should a new root be needed, let us give U S TO BUY CABBAGI~ &~i;;~.,.a(~a~,,o a &'~ ~. , J l'presentation of his Legion ca~, will of June, 1938. I you a free estimate on Carey Shingles or ....... I (Georgia Service) t be affordedfor entertainmentall facilities of the club The tax deed to which this ntiee I ~ youRll canRfings'~h~sc~ WetheCarrYtypea bcst aWidc variety,aapted nOte ed~eAraL1DOSTAus G:~m(o~::D)Co~p:re, News ,, mthouse and corn-relates is dated the 6th day of April, I 1e Su p Y ATHENS, Ga Neghgence fort r~ .... h-s- more than half ..... "--- ..... " 1937 and is recorded in the officel your needs. Backed by 60 years ofexpert- ~mnwm purc~a e .. in the to marne ~or ~ne annual loss vy ~re} of the Clerk of the Superior Courtl ~ ence, Carey Roofs cost no more, and a mission pounos o~ cavoage of $300,000,000 in timoer, ~m'.~ ......... of Clinch Count~,, Georgia in Deedl i ~ frequently less, than untested materials. ,~led;:aduSe:t'nil'~/~Sstan.bnu::e~etd~ Ch~rl~SeoHr~i?e:t~ttSea~angah:he~itte] Uni?tedth~::~n~Y~:t~e~x!e~r,~, prm:~ BO?ka::0;;,oyag~ 21:; :e 'redeemedi ~i ~ That's why we sell the.re. Homreville Hdw. & Furn. Co. ~eed~ePe~::~ns ~erl~ugh~ep~:re~: pla~nmgc~nf]roenCen~tnrAthdn~n ine! Alberta. The trock coatwasa sym: at any time before the 6th day ofI ~Y" " "'" ..... tim" D. 1~ y, g . ., P ..I bol of statesmanship and a beard June, 1938, by payment of the re-iI Homerville, Ga. 'l a t: t enP:r nt pu c set cab age pulp ! was the mark f a man f maturity demptin price' fixed bY law t the [ . S.~ld t a~; ~ -. Y ! '~nd substanc~ undersigned, ~t the fo~lowin~g ad-I ~pr~ces. 'the pine puJp mart~e~. I ...... v n -- " i "~ ...... ~---:-" -inted a bri-ht ~-------~ . .--U-TT-~ aress, ~o-w~: ~arney ~ a s, ~rgym, -- rne no~ea cn~m~ p~ S i~'~npp'| If Excess ACid causes Geor-;a ' I~ HEADS BAR ASSOCIATION future for the pulp industry in the I14 Jl~l14 | you .,ains of Stomach ,,'~'~" .............. I Jose h , a~ r r~,~,A~ ~ ~v~~ ~- AUGUST~ G~--(GPS) _ P south and declaxed' he expects tookIi K~se UlCers, Indigestion, ~*v~,~nVr~IXT~-TV"-~,~* 1 ~;eC~mn~l:~' t~.fe A~y2taa ~B:h2n~ow- see,th~tdg 7~l:Sh?::]::s~t:lya:d tide-' B?::i:,~'~2a:' fH2a:?2;~~ Be~hi~ Th~s the 14th da~;~I~yI,E~3~S' cretan Other officers elected at the " " water, he sa'd. and a free interesting booklet at--- :annual convention, held in Augusta The conference was sponsored by ACME PHARMACY /Last week, are: Kontz E. Bennett, of the State Planning Board and the V;aycrvss, vice president; John B. l~/~rris, of Macon, secretary (re-University of Georgia. - ...w Your Mattress ~l~cted), and Judge Luther Z. Ros- ~'atches ,oe:,, NeedRepair? ~er, of Atlanta, treasurer. " Watches originally wer~ small MACO--NPAYS OFF D~BTS i clocks and were w~rn hung from the girdle because they were tool GODWIN'S ~ESS WORKS MACON, Ga.--~G.PS) 'Bhe CityI large for the pocket, is prepared to do all kinds of mat- ~f Macon, situated ih middle Geor-[ ~La, which in the 1~30 census had a I Used Cave for Glass Work lpopulation of some 53,000 or moreI The first gla~s m.C,.~er in Scotland Paid off almost $300,000 in munici- was George Hay (!56.~-1625). He ~al obligations since the first of this took advantage of a peculiarly ~ear, and still allowed a three per /ormed cave at Wemyss, on the Fife ~ent discount to taxpayers. Charles] coast, and se~ up hi,~ f ~rr:'~e ther'.- L. Bowden is mayor. I in. O O o,. O ~ 0/$ @ ? The, re is a modern pleasant way to get relief from GM ~ Stomach. Colds, H~t- ~ " Ilmm, '~llonn~=~lr .~t.fler" aad Museahu' l'~dm, Just dn)p o,'.* or two .AI2,L~-SEL'I~I~ tablets to a glass of water. Watch it bubble.-lisSom to it fizz. As soon as ~ is dimolved, drink ~e fam~ mlut~m. wa~ thanUke m~llcin~ ALKA-SI~2~E~, when dluolv~ in watt, era., rains an analgmie, (Sodium Acetyl-SaUcylate), which rellevw ~ whne its alkalizing agtmts help to ~- aUmmts .,amx atgdwithth t tress renovating, (inner springs, box springs, feather mattresses, up- holstery, etc.) I specialize in feather mattresses. My plant pas~ed the State In- spection of the Stat~ B e d~ d ~ n g Law, and car~es steam ~t~-ilizing equlpment.---See or wrlte--D. M. GODW! N---HOMERVILLE, GA. A nurse writes that she suffered from frequent headaches Nothing stop- peal them until a friend re,- commended DR. M I L E S NERVINE. She says Nerv- ine stops headaches before they get a good start. Three generations have found DR. MILES NERV- INE effective (or Nervousness, SIeepZess- hess due to Nervous Ir- ~tability, Nervous ln- dip~stion, Headache, Travel Sickness. Get DR. MILES NERV- INE at your drug store. LIQUID NER1N~ Large btl. $I.~, Small btL EFI~RVESCENT TABLETS Lar~ pkg~ ~, Small pkg. More than S out of ,.ve $ motor car today m choosing sixes. And, of course, the most popular six of all is this new CIm d--i Six Sqmms.l Disab ng pop,. prd r ham of bemm of its llmot vdue.., because enly bw.prked uw with all thoNmr foutm'od "You'll be AHEAD with a CHEVROLET!" SOUTHERN Homerville, .... - G rgia ,',,