MONDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 30. 1925
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U. D.C’S WILL MEET
The U. D. C. Chapter will be en
tertained on Tuesday afternoon at
three-thirty at the home of Mrs. G.
R. Ellis on Taylor street. Mrs. El
lis and Mrs. Davenport acting as
The following interesting program
has been arranged and will be rend
ered: “Liberty Hall” the home of
Alexander Stephens, will be given Joy
Mrs, Medford; “Ancestral Homes”
by Henry Van Dyke, Mrs. Frank
Cato. Song, Mrs. James Lott, ac
companied by Mrs. H. O. Jones.
PROF. MATHIS ENTERTAINS
OLD FIRE DEPARTMENT
Professor Mathis was host on Sat
urday evening at a beautiful turkey
dinner at his home on Lee street,
in honor of Mr. George Sirine, of
Greenville, S C. and the surviving
nembers of the old Americus firt
The home was decorated through
out with lovely chrysanthemums and
In the dining room a pink and
white color note was carried out, a'
basket of lovely pink roses being hi
the center of the table. 4*
Covers were placed for the follow
ing. Mr. George Sirene, Mr. Arthur
Rylander, Mr. Coot Stanfield. Mr.
John Shiver, Mr. Leci Tower, Mr.
R. L. McMath, Mr. R. J. Perry, Mr.
J. A Davenport and Prof Mathis.
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NELLIE WORTHY SOCIETY
TO HOLD BAZAAR.
Circle No. 2, of the Nellie Worthy
Missionary Society of the First
Baptist church will hold a Christ
mas Bazaar at the La Rose Beauty
Shop, Saturday, December 5. •
All kinds of Christmas things al
so cakes and candies will be for sale.
Mr. Lee Hansford is ill at his
home with an attack of influenza
Mr. Hansford has been ill for sever
al days to the regret of his friends.
Mrs. C. B. Chipman and daughter
Miss Vivian and Mrs. B. I. Wright
have returned to their home in Sa
vannah,after spending the Thanks
giving holidays very pleasantly with
Mrs.W. L. Swain at her home on
Misses Rut.. Bailey and Francis
Reaves spent Thanksgiving with Miss
Louise Reeves at G. S. C. W. Mil
Mrs. C. J. Reeves has returned
home after spending several days in
Milledgeville, the guest of her daugh
ter, Louise, a strident of G S. C. W.
Mr. Allen McNeil is visiting his
parents on Brown street.
Miss Celeste Howard has return
ed home after a visit to Dawson and
Prestdn. . i
Mr. Alpheus Castellow of Macon
spent Sunday with his mother, on
Mr. Cliff Wheatley, editor of
“Two Bells,” the organ of the Geor
gia Railway and Power Co., of At
lanta was a week-end visitor in the
Miss Martha English spent Sunday
with her mother on Taylor street.
Rev. Joe M. Branch is in Lak
eland, Ga., where he is conducting
a two days meeting in the Baptist
Church of that place. Rev. Branch
will be back in the city for Prayer
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‘Xgxt’LAgain Buick hat won first place in the motor
ryj fZ' car industry. Thia year, at in every one of tlus
I \Jiiw ,ll preceding eeven, the public hat invested more
I dollart in Buick automobiles than in other
\ vsp~'-A *•" built by any member of the National
Automobile Chamber of Commerce.
1 o have won the lion’s share of public prefer
ence, year after year, for so long, conclueivafy
shows superior merit in the Buick product.
BUICK MOTOR CO., KLINT. MICHIGAN
l>»lu» at Qaaaral Mesws CergwaMm
W. G. Turpin & Co.
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Kansas City humane society offi
c> is had to bready a door to rescue 6-
year-old Marion Cartwright from a
house in which her parents had k ;pt
her for six months without letiing her
go out of doors once. When Iley
left the house, she said, she was !■ ek
ed in a closet and the nouse as
' often allowed to grow cold. The pa
rents are being sought.
meeting Wednesday evening at which
time he will lecture on The First
Baptist Church at Antioch.
Miss Margaret Jones of Americus,
has been spending a winter vacation
at the Park View Hotel at Hollywood
by-the-sea, new resort city of Flor
ida, between Palm Beach and Miami.
Mrs. W. Henry Daniels and two
sons Elkin and Wilson, of Hot
Springs, Ark., are visiting Rev. and
Mrs. Joe Branch at their home 401
South Lee street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jackson, W.
K. Jr., and Virginia have returned
from Cordele where they spent the
Mrs. M. H. Wheeler is the guest
of friends in Atlanta.
I Mr. Frank Marsh of Atlanta, is the
guest of his parents on South Jack
Mrs. S. M. Smith is improving af
ter a recent illness at her home on
/ Rev. and Mrs. Silas Johnson of
Savannah are the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Asa Pittman while in the city
Rey. Johnson was former pastor of
the Lee street Methodist Church
and is receiving a cordial welcome
from his many friends.
j i Mrs. W. H. Bowers and Harry
Bowers have returned from a weeks
visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. L.Almand
at Seabring, Fla.
Mrs. J. E. Hightower has return
ed from I Athens, after a delightful
visit to her; parents, Mr. and Mrs.
•W. J. Thornton.
j Perhaps spring is the time of wed
dings because summer clother don’t
cost as much xs winter clothes.
i Radio fans do more buzzing about
their business that electric fans.
1 Many a married man stays home
at night because he has the house
all to himself.
Bandit Gang Terrorizes Town
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was under the sway of four bandits
for three hours while the criminals i
made a desperate but futile attempt
to blow the safe in the First Nation
al Bank. Driving every one of the
streets with shots, the yset off six
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DARAMOUNT PICTURE ‘MARRY ME/' A JAMES CRUZE PRODUCTION
“BE YOURSELF!” IS FILM
STAR’S SUCCESS RECIPE
Edward Everett Horton, stage ai?d
screen star, who is one of the chief
laugh-provokers in James Cruze's
latest Paramount comedy, “Marry
Me!’’ now playing at Dudley’s today
and Tuesday, confesses to having
many pet aversions, chief of whieh
is affected people.
“I just can’t talk to them,” ad-
—You are interested in buying or selling a Farm, home and
lot, or vacant lot, come to see me. Bargains every day.
S-Room house Felder street, $16.00 per month.
P. B. WILLIFORD
Office in Windsor Hotel
Before You Buy That —
JBe sure you have tried the Murdock in your
Tome. That’s the way we demonstrate our
Let us place a Murdock in your home on dem
onstration and that will convince you of real
Radio quality in the Murdock set
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Chappell Machinery Co.
v..». n v w ... , iiuuny fled
I without getting anything besides
' $4(10 in postage stamps. Above
shows how the front of the bank was
wrecked by their explosoin; below,
how the interior suffered.
.mits Horton, “and when I come in
contact with them and they start
acting, as it were, I am tempted tc
No “cure”—but helps to re
duce paroxysms of coughing.
Ovt 17 Million Jara Uaad Yearljf
sound the clarion call and yell:
“Be yourself, you are among
“It seems so unnecessary,” adds
Horton, “for the greatest charm in
the world and the surest recipe for
success to my way of thinking, is
Horton’s own career bears elo
quent testimony to the truth of what
he preaches. His rapid rise in pop
ularity and prestige with the picture
going public has been due to his lack
of affection and the sincerity with
which he portrays every role en
entrusted to him.
In “Marry Me!” he plays the part
of a chronic dyspeptic whose zealous
I'florts in the cause of pure food in
volve him in a delightful romance
with a small-town school teacher.
Florence Vidor, John Roche and
Helen Jerome Eddy are also fea
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Leage it to the collegians to think
lof something new! At the Universi
| ty Oregon, Eugene, Ore., the girls
! are wearing sweaters with gay scenes
| painte don the back. This co-ed
Fever neadache or grippes
Colds break in a day for the millions who
use Hill s. Headache and fever stop. La
Grippe is checked. All in away so reliable
that druggists guarantee results. Colds are
too important to treat in lesser ways.
All druggUta Price 30c ,
Get Red Box with portrait
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Mother's bread 'was good—there s no doubt about it-
7/// You enjoyed eating the bread she produced. It was the
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It is different today. The bakers who make our breaZ
are experts, carefully trained in that *’’*■ lr L
,anitarv shop contains equipment which has made bak- k-
.ng a science. With such a combination our bread is
oar excellence, and we believe, even better than mother
used to make. Try a loaf today.
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back of hers represents the spirit of
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Mrs.WALTER E.ANDERSON, Box 270,
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