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THE AMERICUS WEEKLY TIMES-RECORDER NOVEMBER
inty News Items
facts Gathered During the Week by Our
OF NEWS. I
BRIGHT BUDGET OF
NEWS FROM PLAINS.
Interesting Items From Our
[Nov. 2.—Last evening
of Charles F. Crisp
[ delightful concert for
e library fund, and
was realized. Hiss
irat assistant, bad
ifrs. Miss Beckham,
lie teacher, furnished
tlth told a splendid
at the Baptist
Mrs. H. F.
singly an account of
convention at Madi-
’ Collins also read a
I on temperance. A
ranee song3 were
ere recently. Among
|VO-stor>y, Woods real-
street, and will re-
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Liberal Prizes Offered for
No Charge for Admission and Public
Generally Invited—Next Year
These Contests Hay Be Held At a
Sumter County Fair.
LESLIE’S BUDGET OF
IN THE METROPOUS
y, of Ideal, are vis-
i of (Mrs. J. L. Light-
Plains, Ga., Nov. 2.—Ofiss I/jcj
Williams left Thursday on a visit at
some length to relatives In Albany and
Rev. C. A. Phillips went to De
Soto Sunday to preach there.
Hiss Kate Hiller oame from Builioch-
vtlle Saturday to spend a day or two
with her parents.
Hiss Ethel Wise is at home from
Wesleyan College, Macon, to spend a
Mrs. <R. A. Stapleton returned from
Terrell county Friday, where she has
been for several weeks with relatives.
Master Mitchell Logan spent Friday
pleasantly with relatives in Terrell.
Mrs. M. D. Walters has returned
from a delightful visit to her sister,
Mrs. Lowrey, In Dawson.
, Misses Luclle and Myrtle Craw
ford returned Sunday from a pleasant
day’s stay in Dawson.
'Mr. J. R. Oh ami,1 lee and little son,
Rollin, left Friday for Macon to at
tend the fair.
Miss Josephine Godwin, of Thomas-
LIVE NEWS ITEMS
'Social Functions and Other
Events in Commenity.
OF WEBSTER COUNTY.
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
Current News Happenings
Over in Preston.
Preston, Ga., Nor. 3.—Our regular
Leslto Ga", November 2.—A most correspondent, who h*. been spending
, . > several weeks In Columbus,. under
pleasant event was the celebration oa special tTeatm ent for Indigestion, wish-
the twentieth anniversary of Mr. and eg ^ gjy t k e readers of the Preston
Mrs. Frank Adam Wilson, on Saturday ytems that she hopes to be with
evening last I regular now soon.
The house was beautifully decorated The unfinished session of the fall
the parlor with asparagus ferns, white term of Webster Superior Court con-
, _ - vened here Monday, Judge Littlejohn
chrysanthemums and geraniums. On presMlng usua , fal , ^m was
the wall were evergreen letters, "1890- the first week in October, but the
20-1910,” which formed an arch In docket being an unusually heavy one
front of the door. The dining hail made it necessary to call another ses-
was also decorated with lovely green,sion.
ferns and red chrysanthemums. Thej Mrs. W. E. Jenkins has returned,
porch was lighted with Japanese lan- after having spent a week pleasantly
terns. ' | in Columbus.
Tim receiving party consisted of Col. and Mrs. Perry, of Saginaw,
Miss Mae Summerford, who met the Mich, arrived here last week, and
I guests at the hallway, while Mrs. F. L. will be guests at the hotel during the
FRENCH CABINET HAVE
NOW ALL RESIGNED,
Brought About By Its Stand
on Recent Strike.
■ • ■
, Cato, Mrs. R. L. Maynard, Mrs. E. L. winter. Col. and Mrs. Perry spent last
spent Saturday night here, the Wllg0n and jjrs. J. J. Wilson receive^ winter here and made quite a number
guest of Mrs. J. R. Login. guests In the parlor, where the "bride of friends to welcome their return.
Ityv. C. M. Ledbetter, of Bascom nd groom .. were . 1 Mr . and Mrs . D . C. Perry, of .Rich-
spen. Saturday afternoon here. | p rom there mi s3 Mary Carter ac- ) an d, were pleasant visitors here one
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Andrews spent them in the library, where day th | g week .
Sunday pleasantly with re-ativee ill hg beautiful china gifts were display-1 Mr and Mrs. W. E. Jenkins and Mr.
„- . . Ied in a very charming manner. Gupsts and jjrs. King Stitlman spent Sunday
C U Laaul Were then IlWlted t0 **" dlulaE delightfully at the hospitable homo of ,0,l0WS -
frlesdq-i. guest or Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Logan a deltaUws aafcd. course ^
i „ » JoMfee was served by Misses Marital >
Messrs. Ernest Wellons and J. W. w AJa Bell Usry #nd Masyej
! M. Murray left yes-
I tto Macon,
dn, Jr., has return-
i Atlanta, after a
1 mother here,
on spent the week-
Hina, spent a few
with re'.alivca (this
(From the interest being manifested,
the Corn Show to be .held alt,the Court
lienee Saturday, November 5th. prom
ises to bo one of the most Interesting
and Instructive occasions ever held in
Three prizes will be awarded for the
best specimen cars of corn for seed.
Tto farmers are also Invited to bring
along any fine specimen of other crops
you they are producing, such as Stri'.k'j of
cotton, sweet potatoes, rice, sugar
cane, pyrup, canned fruit, etc., etc.
.There will lot bo any chargo to ace
the exhibits or any fee to enter the
exhibits Everything Is free.
TMs Coin Show has been anode pos-
slble by «! e genorosity of the rnorch'
ants and business men of Amerlcus
and other public spirited citizens.
| prof. Cunningham, who has worked
up the show, has tried to get to every
farmer a letter, setting forth tho ob
jects of tho contest and the rules gov
erning same, but has not been able is
reach all of them In this way. Wheth
er they have received personal let
ters or not, all farmers are Invited to
participate in tho contest and to at
tend the show and are requested to
have their exhibits at too court house,
if possible, by 9 a. m., Saturday,
' The Prlxes Offered.
Prizes wfil bo awarded on corn ns
is taking in the
i WllSOn, AUa Dell uoi; »uu
Timmerman went Sunday to Macon. 1^^ agilgted by the sk iw u l hands
Dr. A. J. Logan, of Concor, spent a Mcggrg chgrlle shepherdl Pry(>r ,
few hours at Plains Sunday. | Johjl Robert Uary and Luther, Allison,
Meesrs. S. H. Timmerman and Jack wM , # . MJggeg Annle clare Rane*. and
u the guest of Slappey spent Sunday pleasantly in , fl gcrved punch in the
Richland. # . l haU
Mr. Ed Timmerman went Monday to ^ b rlde wgg att|Kd a beautiful
Macon to attend the fair. | frock Qf „ avy Wu e. Mrs., Maynard
Mesdames J. C. and J. R. Logan and w(jre cream c)oth trlmmed wU h lace,
daughter. Geraldine, .and Melba Luns- Mff 0ato an dMrg j j wason wore
ford went Monday to Macon to see the dres3( , B of >t>1ack sl , lk . M «. E . L. Wil-
nericus, going there
one of Buena
rons, is spending
' sister hero, Mrs.
Rs, spent a portion of
irith relatives at Whig-
Dudley and G. M.
erlcus, were in our
oking after business
fey is attending the
convention at Athens
, of Anderson'
ary Wall, of Wall’s
day pleasantly with
|ji Bridges were in
! past week, shop-
yal is teaching
came up from his
i look after business
Mac Stewart and
. attending the fair in
■ and J. M. Buchanan,
j enmit y's'(most prom-
a business trip to
attractions of the fair.
Messrs. Ernest Wellons. J. W. Tim
merman and B. M. Murchison are at lov ^ )y ~whit." e’loth dress, .with
home again, after a short stay, at the
State Fair. 1
san, tan cloth trimmed In braid, while
Mias Summerford was dressed In a
. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and
Dr. T. Hardeman Clarke, of Smith- Mrg Robert Pryor a „ d M lss Blanch*
ville, spent Tuesday In .Plains. | p 5^,,,,.. Mrs . oiln Smith,
Mr. Claude Schneider, of Amerlcus, of Forgyth . Dr , and Mrs. F. L. Cato,
was In Plains on business Tuesday. | und Mrg- R . ,, Maynard, of
Mr. J. W. Tl^ermun made abusl- |Amer|cug; Mrg w c Barrow and
Mrs. Smoot, of Americas.
Messrs. Griff Eidrtdge and John
Mathis, of Amerlcus, were in Leslie
ness trip to Vidalla Wednesday.
Mr. J. E. Chappell spent a few hours
in Amerlcus Wednesday.
When you have any seed to sell re
member, tho place.
Messrs. Willard Laramore and Will
Wilson and Misses Lonnie Laramor.t,
Mattie Wilson and Mjgye Harvey
made a pleasant trip to Ellaville Sun
day afternoon in the former’* pretty
Miss Margtret Phillips, who is
(From Our Regular- Correspondent.) teaching here, spent tho .week-end
Gemini,' Nov, 3.—Mr. and Mrs. Gor- with her parents in Macon,
don Pennington, of Unadilla, vlaited Mr. anf Mrs. F. G. Janes, with their
friends and relatives bare last week. | two little eons, Howell and Marlon,
Mr. Dalits Pennington spent Frl- are attending the fair at Macon,
day night and Saturday in iAmettc-.'S Miss Mabel Dell made a business
with Mr. C. I* Bracks. I trip to Amerlcus Saturday.
Misses Beulah and 'Mardelie Pen-] Messrs. Allen Johnson and Herring,
nlngton and brother, A. F., of Cut „f DeSoto, were with friends in Lcs-
jftl'left a few days ago (,0ft, spe.n.t Saturfay and Sundsy night n P Sunday afternoon.
and other points
n a business and
lllnnifon is attending
to Macon this week.
Buena Vista, made a
ait here Saturday.
ory In In Macon for
is" of Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Chapel, sym-
,em in the death of their
lom. wbicb took place
t. The Interment took
Saturday at 3 o'c'oek.
our seed and get highest
with their aunt, Mrs. J. S. Finch. | Mrs. Luclns Harvey and Mrs. Crisp
Messrs. C. L. Rooks, 'of Aaiericus, Wilkinson went to Amerlcus Friday on
and J. I. Pennington apent scveml business.
days last week in aui near Mont- 1 -j The lecture last Friday night by
zuma. I To mCarwine was enjoyed und appre-
Mlas Annie Willie Finch Is visiting ciateti very much-by all those present,
friends ajyl relatives In in Amerlcus j( r . will Wilson returned home yes-
this week. I terday, after spending a couple of days
Mr. W. W. Pennington ana slaters, tr . Macon, attending the fair.
Mieses Mary and Ruth, were visitors Mr. Lucius Harvey went to Amerlcus
iu Amerlcus Saturday. | Monday, attending to business there.
Mr. W. M. Pennington, of Monte- ( The friends of Mrs. J. E. Ranew are
zuma. Is spending a fe wdsys this V ery sorry to hear of her recent III-
week with Ms brother, Mr.
Mr. J. D. Pennington, of Monte
zuma, visited relatives here this week.
ray to need !
i get it i* to have a I
ness, and .wish for her a speedy re
Miss Hattie Carter, of Omaha, was
’he attractive guest of Miss Mary
Carter tost week.
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Kemp went auto-
ing to Amerlcus Friday.
Quite a nupiber of men from here
spent the first day of .bird season
And now a learned doctor declares' Little Parmalee Davis, of Amerlcus
that all food Is poisonous. At thej is visiting her aunt, Mrs. L. C. Griffin
prices prevailing in Amerlcus this idea] this week.
rhould quickly prevail. Friends of Mrs. W. M. Laramore
Hch relieved in 30 minutes by Woo!-
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never falls,
ericas gunners who went to So | d by Eidrldge Drug Co. 6m
er Tuesday showed a 1
tridge*. and reported
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
New Era, Nov.’2.—Mr. J. C. Bray, of
Huntington, la here this week, the
guest.- of his daughters, 'Mesdames
Georgia and Louella Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Veal and children
were visitors at the home of Mr. and' as likely to win as any other typo,
Mrs. H. J. 'Morris Sunday, afternoon. 1 Large ears are eligible to entry, how-
Mr. Boney Cary was a visitor at tin)' ever, and should they measure up
home of Mr. (R. P. Parker Sunday. |-above the others In points of cxcel-
Mir. Edgar Mercer returned to his^lence, they would, of course, win tho
home here Saturday, after spending a prize.
$25.00 for the host ten ears of corn
for seed. '
*16.00 for tbe second he3t ten ears
of earn for seed.
$10.00 for the third best ten cars of
corn for seed.
This does not necessarily. mean
that the man who brings the largest
ten cars of corn will win the first
prize, but tt will he awarded accord
ing to the many points of excellence
in com judging. The small ears are
(Special to Timea-Recorder.)
Paris, November 1.—The cabinet ot
Premier Briand. which' succeeded th»-
Clemenceau ministry on Jufly 23, 1909,
unexpectedly resigned today in conse
quence of bitter attacks (made in the
Chamber of Deputies upon the govern
ments' action In suppressing the re
cent railroad strike, and Its proposed
'igislation for the avoidance If a sim
ilar crisis. To (break tho atrke the
premier mobilized the reserve military
force, bringing (the strikers under mil
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
Cut Off. Ga., Nov. 2.—W. J. Penning
ton Bpent a few days in (Amerlcus this
week attending court.
Quite a number of the people from
here attended the county fair at Ogle
thorpe the past week. 'All report a
A. F. Pennington and sister, Misse*
Beulah and Mardel, spent Saturday
night and Sunday with relatives In the
Messrs. Humphries and Jones, of
Oglethorpe, made a business trip to the
Cut Off the past week.
Mr. D. H. Stubbs was a recent vis
itor to tho Cut Off.
Mr. Mathia Bedenbaiugh was here
yesterday. * ' .
Gcorgo M. Wicker and sister, Liurrt,
attended the entertainment at Z. A
Joiner’s last Wednesday night. It was
given In Honor of Miss Nora Peacock.
Mr. W. C. Barton has (been, quite 111.
but is better now.
Mr. S. J. Morris is spending a while
her with relatives.
very pleasant, week with his brother,
See me before selling your cotton
eed, either wagon or car load lots.
17 TH DISTRICT.
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
Seventeenth District, Nov. 2.—Miss
India Griffin, of Springdale, has been
the guest of'Miss Susie May Yarbrough
a few days.
Missea Mittie Collins and (Ella Israel
are In jdacon attending the State Fair.
Mr. J. T. Israel went to Amerlcus on
Messrs. B. B. McCrea, C. C. Jones,
R. P. tome) and G. W. Wiggins, Jr.,
attended- the Terrell County Fair Fri
day. , ,
Mesdames. G. W, Israel and J. A.
Mills were the guests of Mrs. J. C.
Dr. H. Smith and spu. Prim, of
Smithvllle, spent Sunday with (Mr. and
Mr*. M. A Turner.
Miss Tude Knight left today for
Macon to visit relatives and attend' the
Mr. Willie Qodby visited Terrell
Messrs. C. C. Jones and R. P. Israel
went to Botteford Sunday.
Mr. John Alton Davis is attending
the State Fair this week.
are glad to see her up again, after a
few days’ illness.
Mrs. F. P. Jones went up to Amerl-
cus on business Friday.
people of Leslie are very sorny, in
deed. to hear of the serious Illness
of tbe baby daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs.
Prof. Wells, of Huntington, was
among other visitors to our town Sun
day afternoon. _ -
IA glrl’e belief is that she is pretty
and her faith that she Is prettier.
The following are the rules of the
The Governing Rales.
1. The eoni'tnuet be grown by 1 the
farmer entering 11. f. ■ “
. 2. No peroon will be Allowed to en
ter more than ten ears.
3. The Judge will be an expert In
Many subjects of vital interest to
the farmers will be discussed, in
which all are cordially jnvited to
participate. The following is tbe
Fertilizers, How to Mix and Use
Them, by G. V, Cunningham, of the
Wheat Growing in Sumter County.
(From Our Regular Correspondent.)
■Friendship, Nov. 2.—Miss San Hal-
fliy. and Miss KaUierleen McGarrah
were in Amerlcus Thursday and Fri
There was a very pioasant bird hunt
Tursl'iiy (‘veiling. Mi sees Susie Bell
Payne, Annie Hagcrson, IMyrtlco Mush-
burn, Kathleen McGarratl Elma Wise,
and Marry WIHIt Hagorson. Messrs
Lennder (Frazier, Charlie Hagcrson.,
Benlon McGarrah were participants.
Mr. Blaho Harris made a touslnesB .
trip to Amerlcus Monday.
Mr. Russell McGarrah was In Amor-
Icub oil business Wednesday. .
Mr. S. W. Frazier maide a business^
trip to Amerlcus .Monday. „
There was an entertaldment at the
home of Mrs. 3. W. Frazier Thursday
by different farmers.
Stock Raising in tto South, by Dr..
C. if. Morgan, of tho United Stales
Department of Agriculture.
'A Corn and Cotton Coattest, to , be ,
discussed and planned by the farmers.
.Seed Selection and Awarding . of-
Prizes by Hon. E. Gentry, of the Unit
ed States Department <rf Agriculture.
Come prepared to stay all day and'
help make it the banner day for Am-,
erlcus and Sumter county.
You Can Make
by wearing a Stein-Bloch suit for
your business clothes. The best-
dressed business man in this town
wears Stein-Bloch. The label is in
his coat, and he is proud of it and of
his own good judgment in selecting
them from among otheis.
Rylander Shoe Company,
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS.