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THE BLUE BIRD
The latest fad in
AT POPULAR PRICES
THOS. L. BELL
The Leading Jeweler
Shoes That Appeal
To Every Woman
• New models and exclusive patterns are
shown at all times in our women’s footwear.
Every pair of these shoes also shows elegance
of finish and grace in each particular line. We
can give you fitting qualities in shoes which
cannot be excelled. And as to service—it need
only be said that our women’s shoes are made
by Wichert & Gardiner, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
whose product has had for thirty years a rep
utation for splendid wear.
Buy Wichert & Gardiner shoes from us.
There is a double guarantee of satisfaction for
you when you do.
Under the Windsor
"When Luck Changes’’
(American) A splendid western picture
"Italian Love” *
(Reliance) Featuring Irving Cummings
"A Victim ol Circumstance”
(Thanliouser) An amusing comedy
Remember there will be a great circus Friday
and Saturday—4 reels. Something you have
never seen before.
Get Busy Don’t Wait
Now is the time to buy a farm
or city property. You can get
prices and terms today that will
never be offered again.
THE ALLISON REALTY CO.,
Ask For Prices Let Us Help You
When you are fatigued, ladies, by wearing shoes
which lack suppleness; when you have difficulty
in finding shoes with distinction and style; when
you find the wearing quality limited, remember
Tillman & Brown’s Shoes will save you from all
these annoyances. Their superior flexible soles
insure real foot comfort, they are famous for cor
rect style and variety of models, their wearing
quality is vouched for by hundreds of satisfied
Tillman & Brown
Fitters of Feet
THE AMERICUS DAILY TIMES-RECORDER
| Those Who Come and Go I
The best in Diamonds, Watches and
Jewelry at S. A. Daniels.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dedman, Misses
Martha and Bessie Dedman, S. L. and
J. G. Dedman, arrived Tuesday from
Huntsville, Ala., to make their home
Messrs. A. S. Johnson and G. W.
Bagiey came up Tuesday from DeSoto,
having business here.
Mr. J. H. Hinton, of Savannah, was a
business visitor spending Tuesday .n
Brand new $250 Safe; four S-ft
Counter Cases, all new ; also lot of
other store fixtures for sale at a great
sarrifiee. Apply to IV. P. IVarliek.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Smith, of
Thomasville, are expected to arrive to
day upon a visit of a week.
Mr. A. W. Moreland, of Hawkins
j ville, was among the visitors spending
Tuesday in the city.
Mrs. George Riley, Jr., returned to
Dawson Tuesday, after a visit of sev
eral days to relatives in Americus, for
merly her home.
Ask for the Star Ham at the Ayash
ery if, you want the best. It's “The
Ham What Am.”
Mr. Joseph Burns, of Vienna, was
in the city Tuesday upon matters or
Mr. R. W. Edge came with those
from Columbus spending Tuesday in
Mrs. Jack Massey will return todav
to Macon after a visit in Americus, ac
companied by her sister, Miss Carobel
Glover, who will be her guest during
Stay off that bilious attack and ma
laria by getting a bottle of Carswell’s
Liver-Aid; guaranteed. Demand it.
Mr. J. W. Sheffield returned Tues
day from White Springs, Fla. Mes
dames Frank and E. D. Sheffield will
not return for several days.
Mr. Ray A. Ramsey, of Columbus,
was among the visitors spending Tues
day in Americus.
Charles Huntington Wheatley re
turned yesterday from White Springs,
Fla., where he has been the guest of
Frank Sheffield, Jr., fpr a week.
New lot of Real (Silk Colored Para
sols just received, a $2.50 value w’ll
go at $1.59 easli. Pinkston Co., under
the Windsor. tu-th
Mr. M. J. Yoemans, one of Daw
son's prominent citizens, was in Amer
icus Tuesday, en route to the annual
conference of thie Americus district M.
E. church, at Plains.
Mr. W. E. Holston was among the
several Atlantans spending Tuesday in
Mr. William Chambliss, one of Sum
ter’s well kn'own citizens, is ill with
fever at his home, several miles east
of the city.
Don't forget that pail of Simon Pure
Lard at the Ayashery.
The Americus friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen S. Shipps, of Macon,
will be interested in knowing that
they sailed yesterday from New Yoi'k
for Amsterdam, and will tour Holland.
Switzerland, France and Italy.
Miss Mary Davenport returned last
evening from a visit of several days to
relatives in Macon. *
Beautiful real Silk Colored Parasols
a $2.50 value at $1.59 ea"h, at Pink
-ton’s under the Windsor. tu-th
Mrs. Albert Harris, who has been a
j guest at the home of her father, Mr.
Brooks, at Ideal, Ga., for a week re
Mrs. Robert Fetner left Tuesday up
on a visit of a few days to relatives in
If you want quality call for the Ar
mour Brand at the Ayashery.
Mrs. Thomas Harrold who has been
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
N. IV. E. Long, at Hurtsboro, Ala., for
a week, will return tomorrow morn
Miss Florence Roberts leaves today
for an extended visit in Texas, and
will go later to Indianapolis and Chi
Casserole Sale $1.50 each. Thos. L.
Bell, (he Jeweler.
Miss Mary Parker has gone to
Thomaston, Ga., where she will spend
several weeks, the guest of Miss Kath
See our display advertisement of
“Odorouo” in tills issue of The Times-
Recorder. Windsor Pharmacy.
Miss Floyd Fort returned last night
from Washington, where she has been
spending some time, stopping in At
lanta, en routd to visit Dr. and Mrs.
Don’t overlook Arour's display at
the Ayashery today.
Mrs. Eugene Rushin and young son
of Thomaston, Ga., came last night up
on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Smith.
Mr. G. H. Morgan, of Savannah, was
among the visitors coming to Ameri
Mr. C. D. Cabaniss came from At
lanta Tuesday, having business in the
Buy “Swift's Premium Meats” at
"The Ayashery" today. Swift & Co.
Mrs. J. T. Ferguson and daughter,
Miss Nevada Johnson, of Wrights
ville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Snell at their home on Lee street.
MEETING OF GRAND LODGE
COLORED MASONS YESTERDAY
First Session of Meeting Opening
The' Grand Lodge of negro Masons
of Georgia assembled here yesterday
morning Grand Master H. R. Butler,
of Savannah, presiding Devotional
exercises were conducted by Rev. L. A.
Townsley, of Savannah. Grand Secre
tary Sol C. Johnson, of Savannah, call
ed the roll and it was found that a,bout
four hundred delegates were present.
Many deaths were reported among
them was that of Past Grand Master
James M. Simms. He was the first
grand master of the jurisdiction. A
special memorial service will be ihelJ
today, during which time Rev. Wm. D.
Johnson, of Plains, will preside.
Grand Master Butler submitted his
annual report telling of the demise of
143 of the members of the order. The
orphans home operated by the order
and located here in Americus has been
substantially repaired during the year
He advised the farmers to be econom
ical, live peaceable and quiet lives, pay
their honest debts and tfy to become
taxpaying citizens of their several
The grand master reported the or
ganization of several new lodges. He
informed the grand lodge that the re
lief association is in a healthy con
dition, and that it had complied with
the requirements of the state, made by
legislative enactments. He advise the
members to be cleanly in their habits
and help to build up the health of their
several communities. He said: “If
you will strive as hard to keep out of
trouble as you do to get out of it, you
will not be in trouble, and if you
will work as hard to keep good health
as you do to get well, we will suc
ceed in helping to build up healthy
communities. He reported* the juris
diction as being worth fully $200,000
in cash, including the treasuries of
the several subordinate lodges.
Sol. C. Johnson, grand secretary,
rendered his report showing that he
had collected in his department the
sum of $3,113.32. W. C. Thomas, of
Atlanta, secretary-treasurer of the
Relief association, reported that he haJ
collected during the year $33,263.31;
paid out $27,045.38, leaving a balance
on hand of $68,298.89. He reported 159
death claims paid during the year.
At the close of this report the fol
lowing officers were elected for the
next Masonic year: H. R. Butler, o p
Atlanta, grand master; A. L. Felton, ot
Montezuma, grand senior warden; J
IV. Weston, of Dawsotn, grand junio
warden; Sol C. Johnson, of Savannah,
grand secretary; G. L. Bowen, of Sa
vannah, grand treasurer; W. C.
Thomas, of Atlanta, secretary-treas
urer of the Masonic Relief association;
W. H. Spencer, secretary of the or
phans' home fund.
Fresh Fish at Sherlock’s.
Fresh water trout and bream today
at Sherlock & Co.’s. n . 2t
“AMERI-t OLA'* Is guaranteed to be
pine and health-producing under the
pure food and drug act of 1996, serial
FRESH CANDY, fruits, nuts, choco
IOR RENT—One of the most con
\enient houses in Americus; S2O a
month G. M. Bragg. 11-ts
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Phone No 592
POTATO PLANTS in large or small
quantities; Triumph variety; big
yielder; an all-round first-class pota
to; delivered at Americus, one dollar
per thousand. J. L. Glawson. li-3t
lOR SALE—“Climax gas stove;
good condition. Apply to Mrs. E. B.
Everett, Lee street.
FOR SALE—Several fine poodle
pups. Phone for particulars, No. 85,
BRAND NEW $250 SAFE, four 8-ft.
Counter Cases, all new; also lot of
other store fixtures for sale at a great
sacrifice. Apply to IV. I*. Warlick.
FOR RENT—Eight room house on
L< c street; modern conveniences.
Phone No. 225.
THE RICH delight In “Ameri-Cola’’
because of its delightfully pleasant af
JUST RECEIVED—Fresh beef; stall
fed, and plenty of fresh water catfish.
Tom Park, Lee St.
THE AMERICUS Abstract and Guar
anty Co. will give, on short notice, a
certificate Showing status of title to
any property in Sumter county. Office
in Allison Bldg. 28-tt
“AMERI-COLA does not produce
sleeplessness it refreshes and kicks
that tired feeling out.
THE BEST ICE CREAM—Rem
FOR RENT—New bungalow, Jack
son avenue. R. A Shy.
THE WORKING PEOPLE drink
Ameri-Cola” because it refreshes them
when they are tired out.
FOR RENT—Two new cottages on
Hampton street; all modern conven
iences; posession June 15th. See Will
POTATO PLANTS—Famous “Nancy
lall” variety; if wanted see me; Plant
ers Bank. W. Thad Glover. 19-2 t
KERN’S CANDY—Fresh every week.
FOR RENT—Five-room house with
electricity and sewer connections, on
McGarra' street. Geo. Oliver.
BUG DESTROYERS, Disinfectants;
all kinds. Rembert’s.
IF YOU REQUIRE SWEET CREAM,
Sweet Milk or Ice Cream of superior
quality at moderate price, call Mrs.
R. M. Doty. Phone 543. 25-lw
FOR RENT—Two unfurnished con
necting rooms; suitable for lignt
housekeeping; all conveniences; on
lancock street. Phone 473. 8-3 t
MOTHS! MOTHS!! MOTHS!!!
We sell pure camphor gum, artifi
cial flakes, white tar paper, naptholine
balls. Those who do not buy one of
these will soon have to offer second
hand clothes at a bargain. We have
the goods at the best price.
113 FORSYTH ST.
Look for this Trade Mark
| IN YOUR SHIRTS
It insures quality, fit and style at a moderate
price. If you buy a colored shirt you may be
sure it will not fade; but if by any mischance it
does fade bring it back and get a new one free.
; A great line of patterns at SI.OO.
; Other grades $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50.
Americus Undertaking Co.,
I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
| MR. N4T LeM ASTER, - - Manager.
AGENTS FOR ROSEMONT GARDENS
| DAY PHONES 88 and 231. NIGHT 661 and 136.
j We make loans at 6 per cent, interest and give the borrcwar the
privilege of paying part of principal at end of any year, stopping
; interest on amounts paid, but no annual payment of principal ro
ll quired. We make city loans.
G. R. ELLIS or G. C. WEBB
tell us where
Perhaps, somewhere, there are
manufacturers who make things
better than those we know, if so,
they have kept out of sight.
We keep our eves wide open—
our success depends on our bring
ing to you the best the world pro
I lave you seen the Spring and
Summer offerings in Stein-Bloch
Rvlander Shoe Co.
Clothiers and Furnishers
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1913