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September 29, 1950     The Clinch County News
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THE CLINCH COUNTY NEWS FRID. Y, SEPTEMBER 29, O D n't Be Satisfied With Symptomatic Relief! State CHAMPIONSHIP 0 v 0 A v WAYCROSS, GA. O' 3 performances SEPT, 29th, 30th, SUNDAY, OCT. 1st---. All the Thrills of the Old West! plus Georgia Beauties in a Rodeo Queen Contest. General Admission: Adults, $1.30 -- Children, 65c (tax included) Reserve Seat & Admission ............ $1.95 (T,ax Incl.) Box Seats & Admission ................ $2.50 (Tax Incl.) (Box Seats sold only at Mayo Bros. Limited n~mb~r avail~$vble). " --i Neuritis Pains, Stomach Disturbances, Ind gest, on, Gas, Constipationt Certain Nervous Disorders and a General Run-down Condition I When due to lack of Vitamins B,, B,, Iron and Niacin in your systemi Read How These Folks Benefited Who Had Such Deficiencies A v TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT :: Elliston's Drug Store :: Mayo Brothers Hdw. *' :: Altman's Waycross Grocery :: Farmers Muttua[ Exchange :: Army & Navy Store :: First National Bank O ----Sponsored by-- Ware County Cattlemen's Association Produced by G. C. Troup, Florida State Championship Rodeo Producer MRS. H. K. HEATH ELECTED PRESIDENT OF PARENTS- TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The September meeting of the Homerville Parents-Teachers Asso- ciation was held in the school cafe- teria on Tuesday afternoon, Septem- ber 12. Mrs. D. M. Hug.hes, vice president, ~resided. The resignation of Mrs. freshing iced drinks and cookies. Representatives of the twelfth and eleventh grades will serve as hostesses for the October meeting. LOST One tree trimmer between Tally lee house and Forty-Nine community. Finder please notify Homerville Telephone Co. (x) Mr. Anlhamatten, 4731 South $2nd West Ave., Tulsa 7, Okla. /~.a, suffered from stomach distress for quite some time. He had spent much money trying everything possible for relief and was in bad health when he started taking HADA- COL. He says, "After taking three bottles of the $3.50 size, I've gained 27 pounds and now eat anything I desire and posi- tively have no trouble." (HAD- ACOL gives such wonderful results because it actually re- lieves the mz~ cavsz of stomach distress [gas pains, heartburn, indigestion after eating] due to such deflcien- cies. And continued use of this great HADACOL helps prevent such distress from returning.) Mrs. Mabel Kitchen, 1650 Am. sterdam, Cincinmmti, Ohio. "Be- fore I started taking HADA- COL I had aches andpains of neuritis in my shoulders, my back and arms. I could hardly move without having those terrible pains. Then I heard about HADACOL. After the second bottle the pains and aches were about gone. I'm now starting my fourth bottle and am on top of the world. I eat well and. best of all, the aches and pains are complete- ly gone." (Mrs. Kitchen is a very smart woman because she relieves the RZaT. CaUSZ of her neuritis pains due to such de- ficiencies. HADACOL often brings a wonderful improve- ment within a few days' time.) Marcus Smith, who resigned as pres- ident because of ill health, was pre- 3ented. Mrs. H. K. Heath was then nominated as president and unani- mously, elects& Superintendent R. E. Gaskins was the principal speaker fer the after- noon. He discussed various school problems and their possible solu- tions. Mrs. John Norman, chairman of the cookbook co.r~mittee, gave a fi- nancial report on the proposed cook- book and the group voted to aban- don plans for publishing" the book at the present time. Money already donated for this purpose will be re- funded and checks will be mailed as soon as possible. The secondl and eleventh grades were winners of the attendaa.ce pri- zes. Committees and chairman named were: Kitchen, Mrs. John Norman; Publicity, Mrs. Dave Minson; Recre- ation, M. L. Brannen; Health, Mrs. M. E. Montgomery; Programs and Yearbook, Mrs. W. D. Young; Fi- nance, Mrs. O. E. Tally; Memlbership and Hospitality, Mrs. Alvin Dicker- son; Pianist, Miss Ann Avriett. At the conclusion of the meeting the kitchen committee served re- WHAT A DIFFERENCE! There's a decided difference between Pro- perty Damage Insur- ance and Collision In- surance. The former covers your legal liabil- ity for any damage your car may do to the property of others. The latter covers the dam- age done to your OWN car. You need BOTH policies! Get them here. Wellie K. Peagler INSURANCE AGENCY Chamber of Commerce Building :I~CIMERVILLE, GEORGIA FOR SALE 25c rolls of kraft paper gummed tape. Handy for wrapping packages, etc. Also parcel post labels, first class mailing labels, "glass" labels, other office supplies at News' Office. FOR SALE 1 acre land. One 3-room house, lights and running water, bath. Price $1800.00. ---- See John G. Strickland. (9-29) Use T-4-L for ATHLETE'S FOOT because It has greater Penetrating Power. With 90% undiluted alcohol base, it carries the active medication DEEPLY, to kill the germ on con- tact. Get happy relief in ONE HOUR or your 40c back at any drugstore. Today at Homerviile Drug Co. ((9.29x) Waiter Alvin Corbitt Post No. 4627 VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Meets First Wed~nesday N~ghts Monthly, 8:00 o'clock, at Vet's Home Herbert Wheeler, Leroy Lamb, Commander Adjutant Why don~t you get that wonderfu! HADACOL feeling everyone is talking about? In this modern age, wise folks are no longer satisfied with sympto- matic relief -- because now it's possible to relieve the CAUSE of such deficiency sickness with that wonderful new HADACOL. HADACOL not only supplies deficient systems with extra quantities of .... --HISTORY-- (Continued from 0age 1) L~wndes County about 1828, and lived near the ~resent Lowndes- Berrien line until after 1850. His last years were srpent in Clay Coun- ty, Fla. Most of his children moved to Florida also but at least three of them, William, James and Nathan, Jr., remained in Lowndes and reared families there. Jacob P~ulerson was born 1778 in South Carolina. He and his wife Mary reared a large family - fifteen children. He later moved~ to Wayne and lived in present Brantley Coun- ty, where he d~ed 1857. Joseph and Silas Hunter were cut into Ware in 1825 and later moved to Hamilton County, Fla. Mrs. 7. Seleszinski, 514 Kruger, Otlumwa, iowa, writes: "My daughter, Marllyn Sue, is 5 years old and for some time lacked pep, had a poor appetite, was generally run-down. Since giving her HADACOL, we have noticed wonderful results... she has a much better appe- tite, eats everything on the table and doesn't seem tired llke she used to. Incidentally, she likes to take HADACOL, J By Popular Demand, Production Concentrated on Sensational Hew High.Compression O.Cyliuder Power Plant! OVER 450,000 "ROCKETS" HOW ON THE ROAD! i,- Dr. Harry E. Huff SPECIALIZING IN DISEASES OF THE RECTUM Phone 41 655 Tifton, Georgia A Oe~cd Mo~n Value SEE YOUR NEAREST too." (HADACOL is a great 'builder-upper' for sick, nerv- ous, puny kids whose systems lack precious Vitamins BI, B2, Iron and Niacin. A big im- provement in their well-being is often noticed within a few days' time after taking the great new HADACOL.) Mr. Henry Angd, RD No. 1, Springfield, Ohio. "I used to suffer great pain from neu- ritis aches in all parts of my body, especially in my legs, arms and shoulders. I never got any real relief until I tried HADACOL. After taking sev- eral bottles, my pain is all ~one. And I'm working every ay." (Now there's a smar~ m~! I~-". /-qel took HADA- CCL e: :', :ieved the RZaL CAUSZ o~ h~3 neuritis pains because the z were due to such deflcie:,:ies. HADACOL is helph~.g ~,housands upon thousand3 of grateful men and women troubled this way. Why don't you give HADA- COL a chance to help youF Start taking it todayl) Vitamins B~, B~, Iron and Niacin but also helpful amounts of precious Calcium, Phosphorus and Manganese---vital elements every human being must have to maintain good health. You owe it to yourself to give HADACOL a fair trial. Many doctors recommend this great new HADACOL. It's sold on a strict money-back guarantee. Trial size, $1~5. Large family or hospital size, $3.50. {~ 1950, The LeBlane Corporation ....... |1 Edmund Mathis was a native of lutionary soldier, who lived on Lit- Duplin Co. N..C. and moved to Ap-tle Saltketcher in Colleton County, pling from Bulloch. He soon movedS. C. William was first Stheriff cf to Hamilton Co., Fla., but after a few years returned and settledr in Clinch County where he died. Jesse Mizell was a Revolutionary soldier, n.at~ve of Nbrth Carolina. He lived successively in Bulloch, Montgomery, Emanuel and Telfair counties and had but recently (1820) moved to a new home-site on or near Spanish Creek in present Charlton County where he died be- fore 1830. His part of Appling was cut into Cmnden County, and in 1830 Census his widow is shown in Camden county; in 18,54 that sec- tion became Charlton. county. William, David and Isaac Carter lived and died in Appling". They were sons of George Carter, a Revo- Appling an,d followed that by a term as Representative. Reason and Samuel E. Swilley were sons of Samuel Swilley, a Rev- olutionary soldier, who moved from South Carolina to Li,berty Coun.ty. The wife of Sa,muel E. S~illey was Mary Carter, a sister to the above Carter brothers. He was the first Representative from A,ppling. Rea- son Swiltey's wife was Mary Terrelt. The two brotfiers moved from Ap- pling to Lowndes a~bout 1829, and lars Music. James and Absalom brothers from N. C. They from Tattnail. Both were tiees o Appling Inferior Absalom was also Sheriff Later, about 1845, to Hamilton, County, ~-~a. moved to Cow Creek Lowndes and operated a there in the latter 1840s he was cut out of Clinch in 1850. Later, he to Hamilton County. William Tomlinson and, roans in 1822 moved from to Irwin County and east si4e of the Alapaha present Lar~ier. In 1825 cut out of Irwin into in 18.50 into Clinch Count (Continued next "Rocke~" and only "Rockets" are rolling off the production line at ~//e.t Because of record.breaklng puMic enthusiasm for this famous engine, Oldsmobile is concentrating 100% on "Rocket" production! And you'll know why as soon as you try Oldsmobile's sensational "88" with the "Rocket" Engine and Oldsmobile Hydra. Matlc Drive*. See your Oldsmobile dealer and try the "Rodwt Ride"[ OLDSMOBILE *OldJmob~e Hydm-M~ic Drim opOomal m ~tre vet on di mode, DEALER Dame Avenue Homerville, Georgia