he Reily-Taylor Company, New Orleans
,, uaing the content!
n reaped, your gro.
II refund your money.
Start the day with a cup of
good, old Luzianne. There’s cheer
in its very aroma—spunk and go-
to-it in every swallow. You'll
like Luzianne. Buy a can today
and, if you don’t agree it goes
farther and tastes better than any
other coffee at the price, tell tire
grocer and he will give you back
exactly what you paid for it, with
out argument. You simply can'#
go wrong on Luzianne. Ask for
'The Wagon Vou Can’t Overload”
“Ask the Man Who Owns a Mitchell.”
jug Your Colton to Dudley’s Bonded Warehouse
ricus, ca.. Lowest Storage and Insurance Rates. Money advanced
.Eton at rate of Six Per Cent, per annum. We also have storage
: tor Other farm porducts. We arc In position to assure our cus-
rs the highest market price for cotton. Give us a trial. Ware-
e convenient to both gins.
Dudley Bonded Warehouse
M. Italic,, President J. Flneb, Warehouseman.
CARRY YOUR COTTON
E. G, Parker & Co.
Agents for the OWENSBORO WAGON CO.
A Fine Line in AH Sizes
THE AMERICUS TIMES-RECORDER.
FOOD OIOIIS ftT'AUTHORITIES TO
In the Wee bma
LOWER THE SHOE
PRICES IN FRANCE
WASHINGTON. D. C., September 4.— ! PARIS, September 4.—Beflre ad-
—"If the food riots which are reported Joumlng for their summer vacation
to have occurred recently In Brunn'last week parliament passed a aw
prove sufficiently serious to disturb' on requisitioning which allows the gov-
the industrial life of the city of the'ernment to requisition, or take over at
effect will be widespread throughout a fixed price, any commodities neces-
Austrta," says a war Geography but- sary to civil life, Just as it has always
letln Issued today rrom the Washing- had power to requisition anything for
ton headquarters of the National the army.
Geographical Society. I The new law will allow several
•■Brunn Is the chief textile manu- measures Intended to alleviate the
facturlng city of the dual monarchy and clearness of living to be put n o m-
is frequently called the Austrian mediate effect as all necessary prelim-
Manchester. Its Industrial establish-|lnarles have been arranged for weeks
ments include woolen, cotton and In readiness for the moment that this
silk mills, leather factories, machine]law would give the authorities pow
forks, breweries, distilleries, sugar to act.
agar and flour mills. The first measure will bo toinaug
• With a population of 12:.,000, three- urato "National Footwear. This do
fourths of whom are Germans, Brunn not mean that everybody is to buy and
ts the capital of the Austrian crown- wear state boots, but that g °°< lb0
land of Moravia. It enjoys a most | will bo available to the fople at fair
picturesque situation, at the confluence prices. The price of boots and sh
if the Schwerzawa and Zwtttaawa has soared since th ® " ar ^ '“
rivers and at the toot of the Spielberg,'height that only well-to-do peop 1 ® can
which towers to a height of nearly a buy them. The cost of footwear otbe
thousand feet above the narrow, wind- than of leather, even o »»d«
tug Streets of the old town which hots, has of course, greatly advanced
tales hack to the 9th century. (owing to the greater demand from
• Few cities of Austria-Hungary have,those who aro now unable
a more striking military record than leather boots.
Brunn. It has successfully withstood "National Footwear will, of courM
tour famous slc?es-that of the Hus- he standardized. The »■" » tr » ® r c
,ttes in 1428, of King George of Bo- merce, in collaboration w II the army
hernia in 1G47. ot the Swedes in 1045, eomlssarlat, will requisition the n
and of the Prussians in 1742. Napoleon cssary leather and the boots wl
had his headquarters here the-night made for the civilians in exactly
"'“The'Spielberg which Is crowned'stamped on them so that no one need
bv IL C1 1T „ Brunn. recalls the j pay more than the official rate. Men’
history If two spectacular characters pools wit. ho sold at:$ S.«Uat Pre-wa
who were Imprisoned there for many exchange, womens at $4.60. boy
years. The first was Colonel Franz girls' at $3.60 and children s at a price
of the morning the
Baby Wakes Up
"The Right Way’
- Trains Arrive.
Americus Lighting Co.
e have a few of these famous wagons in stock pur-
»d before the advance in prices which we will sell at
jrice.' while they ladt. If you are in need of a wagon
want the bedt on the market, you had better make
selection now,as shipment en-route will codt you more,
wagon will ladt for ten years without one dollar ex-
Trenck. the notorious Austrian soldier
of fortune; the other was the famous
Italian poet and dramatist. Count
•After a sensational career, during
which he was dismissed in disgrace
ftom the imperial army, then senten
ced to death after a brief service In
the Russian army (the sentence being
commuted to depredation and Im
prisonment by Marchal Munnlch.y
Trcnck Anally entered the service of
Marla Theresa at the head of his
regiment of semi-savage Candours.
At the battle of Soor his men plun
dered when they should have been
lighting, and were accused of having
allowed tho Prussian king to escape.
Subsequently Trenek was tried and
convicted on many charges, and was
again sentenced to death. The empress
commuted his sentence, however, and
he was confined In the fortress of
Spielberg, where, findng escape im
possible. he ended his tempestous li e
with poison, and was burled in Ue
church of tho Capuchin*. Pe Uco
was imprisoned In Spielberg in 1822
as a result of his political actlvitl
against Austrian domination in Italy.
He served eight years of his B.-year
sentence, and upon his release wrote
the story of hts sufferings in L«
n addition to the ordinary forma of Life Insurance.
not yet fixed, between $3.00 and $3.20
These prices allow a fair profit to
the Intermediary between maker and
The army commissariat has under
taken to supply 500,000 pairs of boots
a month from the present time, and to
double that output very soon. As the
average demand for "National Foot
wear" is estimated to be 2,000.000
pairs a month, it will be some time
before the supply can satisfy it. The
output therefore at first will be re
served for the working classes and will
be sold through their co-operative so
The next measure, already under
way, will be the creation of a "Na
tlonal Cloth," for which stocks of wool,
etc., will be requisitioned and a good
sound cloth made (In the same ay as
the boots), which will serve for clothes
tor men and children, and for worn
en’s cloaks, etc
AMERICAN WOMEN IN FRANCE
MAKING THEMSELVES USEFUL
With the cramps. One of our Electric
Heating Pads will soothe him instanly.
Takes the place of the troublesome'hot
From Chicago, vis
Columbus ,,,.* lStliim
From Columbus ..........*12:38 p m
From Columbus I 7:15 p »
’ From Atlanta and Macon. .• 5:2* a m
| From Macon BUI P m
—- I From Macon * 7:85 p ■»
LE From Albany * 8:48 • **
JI From Montgomery and •
Albany ... *.2J1 p a
From Montgomery and
Albany P »
From Jacksonville, via
Albany * **48 • «
ASK TO SEE THEM
For Chicago, via Columbus * 8:48 a m
For Columbus ! 7:08 a »
For Columbus ...* 8:88 p m
For Macon and Atlanta ...• 8:40.a.a
For Macon and Atlanta *2:U P ■
For Mscon and Atlanta ...*10:IP p a
For Montgomery and _ _ _
Albany * • »
For Montgomery and
Albany * *$“ 8 ■*
For Albany • 7« P ■
For Jacksonville, via
Albany *18:18 a m
•Dally ! Except Sunday,
tdv GEO. ANDERSON,
J. A. DAVENPORT
SYSTEM GINS, COTTON. COUNTRY
PROPERTY, DWELLINGS, HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE, PLATE CLASS, AUTOMO
If you want a small or large farm come to see me.
I have a few good bargains, suited for homes or invest
P. B. WILLIFORD
Office: Windsor Hotel.
Seaboard Air Line
me Progressive Railway ol t&e Seal*
Leave Americus lor Cordelo. Rz>-
chelle, Abbeville, Helena. Lyona, 1
lips. Savannah, Columbia, Rlcbr-
Portsmouth and points East and I
12:31 p m.
2:30 a m
Leave Americus for Cordels,
vllle, Helena and lntermadiala
8:11 p. m.
Leave Americus for RlehlaaA **•
lama, Birmingham, Hurtaboro, Mont
gomery and points West and Noctavres*
8:08 p. m.
Leave Americus for Rlehmna.^cos-
umbus, Dawson, Albany and
10:00 a ro
Seaboard Buffet Parlor Sleeping 1
on Trains 13 and 14 arriving * *
from Savannah 11:26 p. nt, t™ *»■-
lng Americus for Savannah >:S8 a. ol.
Sleeping car leaving for Savannah at
2:30 a. m„ will be open for passenger*
at 11:40 p. m. _
For further Information apply to H.
P. Everett. Local Agent America*.
Oa.: C. V. SmaU, Div. Pas*. Agrafe.
SavsnnaU Go.: C. 11 Nn, O. K A-»
PARIS, September 4# (by mail.)
American women already in France
the story of 8 “ c * 8 ’th^r^o'ldter Vuzhand'.*' will lack no
Mie I*ri K tnnl a ' „ )an hl „' chance t0 be useful for Uncle Sam.
m „re enduring reco dramaa ,' army . Recruiting la going on here
W T Thtte he was confined in'eoda for the Women's War Relief
written vhlle ne ' i-.-, a new organization authorized
Spielberg. had t ° ^™7to take manu- by the American Red Cross and headed
as he was not allowed to take uy ^ ^ ^ tbc
script with him^ rom P of Ame rlcan ambassador. Tho name of
' I,rUnn : a dl«tLTe ot 89 mites by the new organtza.lon Implies Us work.
Vienna, a- a dlstan i The gcQpe o( , u labors runs from roll-
rail” ! irg bal „iages to feeding regugees from
i war torn districts and teaching tho
TO HE ! blind. A board of seventeen lady dt-
>0< , I? ARMY CAMUS rectors including Mrs. W. K. Vander-
ALLOW ED AT AK.ni i fim ba8 takcn charle of various corps
Beg to announce that the “NEW GIN” of
the FARMERS COTTON OIL CO., is now
ready. Cotton is so high you wiil want all
that is yours.
makes a specialty of the following:
trance to protect business firms and corporations, under a ccrpo
i vn'divisions. One division will °P erat ®,
ATLANTA. GA.. September 4 -No for toW ters; another will
concessions of any kind will boallowod ^ ^ c ,large of diet kitchens for hos-:
wtthtn thc limits ot Camp Gordon. «c-, anot her will hand out general]
sits ot Camp Gordon, ac-, anotbcr ' w m hand out general]
cordlnt to an announcement madefy i|)forn j at)on and operate a lost anil.
form of policy.
’ 0U P Insurance, by which employers protect families of
R.-xible contract, known as tie Convertible Policy, whicn can be
ertoU h.v the Insured Into an Ordinary Life, Limited Pajmcn
sailed without ineuica examination giving the inv^s or
,me f,,r his declining years. ..
Hi» policy is offered under which the insurance is DOLBLhu,
h r ‘Its from ACCIDENT. Thia policy also embodies the fo ow-
aiivantagcs, If the personwhosc life Is Insured becomes o
permanently disabled. ,
Thereafter tho Equitable wilt carry the Insurance T
cordin? to an announcen.cn. - information and operate a iu»i ...
the cantonment headquarters. It has,^^ bureau . cne will recruit trained
not yet been decked whether stores,^ ^^ anJ o(hcrs wl „ have charge 0 f
will be permitted on territory adjacent j recruWag aux ni ar y nurses, running a
to he camp. . I propaganda and record bureau, a pub-
A large number of applications have ( dcpartmen t, a refugee depart-
been received for permission to operate a registration bureau and many
stores of various kidds on the 1 othre brances.
Site For weeks thc cantonment head-.
quarters has been besieged by wtue-j '
ake storekeepers In on effort to get th()IS aj,dH OF AEROPLANES
Therefore, we have equipped our plant with
the very latent improved machinery there is . to
be had in the United States, for making the very
be£ sample and cleaning the seed thoroughly.
We also have the very be£ men- we possibly
can get to serve you. We are in the market for
Cotton Seed, Peanuts and Velvet Beans, always
Offering the best prices the market affords.
thing further to pay. , ....
The Equitable will pay the Insured an annual incom
one-tenth ot the face Of the policy. ,„.„„ n ce
' '•" the death of the Insured the full amount of lhe ' t0
i lid to the Beneficiary (Or double the amount if deal . ..
‘O' iu - without deduction on a -count of the Income paid to r
“Mie living. (Sec the policy for condition* and ..stall*.)
' >'■'•■ are contemplating Uklip life Insurance, it will
' '0 see what the EQUITABLE LIFE ha* to offer before
' iiwalie • . aa A
crncesslons. but all have been refused
Stores at the catnp will be operated
only under the direction of army of-
" C General Ebcn SWT ha. «tated«Ol-
pbsttcaUy that no outsldera wlll be
permitted to sell goods within the
limits of tho Cimp.
BEING BUILT BY GERMANY
TO DEDICATE UHUBCH
,,.. . \-y QA.. September 4.—The . l uI icu —
l.rtiratcry address at tbs laying of the battle of Somme, but It has been nc-
-merstone of the Albany First_Pres-J c elermted end .Intensified by the re-
p'uertan Church wss dellverea thl» poru that hundred. If not thousands
afternoon, by Rev. Dr. Dunbar H. 0g-J o , .trplanes with the corresponding
a»n of Atlanta. The new church Is one avtators to man them sre soon to be
ti e prettiest edifices In tbto section, supplied to the Entente forces.
v.; =• . __ * • • •
PARIS, Sept. 4.—The entrance of
America Into the war and the prob
ability that tt would soon be lending
the nllles tremedous aid In the aerial
department of the strnlgl* has led
Germany to re-organise and strengthen
Its own aviation brances materially.
This reorganization does not date ex
clusively from the break with the
United States, but rather from the
Our mill has been established and under the
same management ever since the mill was built,"
and having met the demands of the times, we
requejft that you continue giving us your liberal
patronage as long as our service merits it. Re
member the “NEW GIN” arid bring us your
A C. CROCKETT^
farmers’ Cotton Oil
G. W. RILEY, Manager.
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