iPlT, SEPTEMBEB6,1917.. •
THE AMERICUS T1MES-REC0RDER.
PAGE FITE. *
Doings and Goings
Miss Sarah Tower, Editress
. + + .+>♦♦♦♦ pyne, Mary Walker, Margaret Wheat-
* + TEK WAR. ♦ ley,.Katherine Hamilton, Eugenia Col-
N't ^ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ [line, Clara Glover, Mary Sheffield, Dor-
’ ’ lothy Cargill, Anne Kills, Mabel Ellis,
er to lose with a conscience Gertrude Davenport, Ruth Councl, Mary
| Dudley, Alice McNeil, Elmer Bell,
,.j n with a trick unfair; . | Agnes Gatewood and Nellie Worthy;
to foil and to know you ve Messrs \y. D. Harvey, Eugene Har-
p ._ vey, Stewart Prather, George and Hen-
e r the prize was—square, | ry ^y a lker, Frank Easterlln, Bill Ivey,
: laim the joy of a far-off goal Doug i a9 i V ey, j 0 hn Taylor. Owen Poole,
cheers of the standers-by, |Q eorge Lumpkin, Junior Easterlln, Bill
5 * down deep In your Inmost .Littlejohn, Otis and Oscar Carter, Chris
Sherlock, Carroll Clarke, Fisher Brown,
you must live and die. | 0 f Cincinnati; Henry Allen, Jimmy
Westbrook, Sam Hooks, Charles Crisp
trick may take the Prize. ' d Jlmray Selg
arit he may think It sweet I ...
day in the future lies
wish he had met defeat;
Matinee 5 & 10c;
Night 10 & 15c
Louise Glaum, in
“LOVE OB JUSTICE”
Five acts, and
“HIS MABBIAGE FAILURE"
Thursday 5 & 10c
Sessue Hayakawa, in
“THE JAGUAR'S CLAWS”MI
Friday 5 & 10c
Alice Joyce and
Harry Mojrey, in
2 acts; final chapter of
"Mystery of the Double Cross"
MISS RUTH EVERETT'S
admet ueieai; B , BTHDAY PARTY.
an who lost s a e juss Ruth Everett was a charming
1 , ,, 1,1 oh Ittle hostess yesterday afternoon, when
—-—rn:frrry ,rlcnd81nce,obra '
the par. progressive old maid was played on
■at and mng • Itho porch and afterwards delightful
fair when the fight’refreshments were served. ,
| Those enjoying the occasion were thur Ky i ande r, Frank Marshall, Lewis
"’ , won Mary Earl Allen, Anne Heys, Ira Gate- Merritti Charles Crisp, Lewis Ellis,
1 , S th thlne W hen the wood, Mabel Hamilton, Mary Glover, D , ck wimams> prank Cato, Carroll
bate ' „„ S | Christine Brown, Bernice McArthur, c , k and BU1 D odson.
ids are gone, I t.i-« cimmnnn _ .
QUITS NAVY LEAGUE.
Mrs. E. T. 8tote«bury Objected
to Crltioiem of Soeretary Daniels.
OTHER TOWNS JOIN WITH AMERI
CAS CHAMBER or COMMERCE IN
OPPOSING THE SEABOARD’S PE-
vds are g ' Nell Hamilton, Josephine Simmons, The chaperones were Mr. and Mrs.
tanda for a false aeea none, s„=i« Tnhnsnn. ... . ... n n iu.
never reach your Marjorie Cargill and Susie Johnson. | w Q ^ rp | n a nd Mr. and Mrs. Hollis
1 * * * 'Fort,
er success to buy SCRIP DANCE AT ARMORY I
ce of knowing down deep In ENJOYABLE AFFAIR. MISS ERMA WILKES
rsoul ‘ A large crowd enjoyed the scrip WED CAPT. YOCXG.
ur glory is all a lie. dance at the armory last night Miss Dr. and Mrs. J. M. V> likes, or Jt
Evelyn Bragg and Mr. Welbur Smith South Borne avenue, announce the en-
furnished the music. 1 gageme-.t their daughter, ..rra&F*.,
Those present were Misses Eugenia to Cj.pt CecilI George « £ S
—Detroit Free Press.
Photo by American Tree. Association.
Mrs. E. T. Stotesbury, prominent In
Philadelphia society, has reslgued as di
rector of the Navy league for the
Fourth district Mrs. Stotesbury said
she did not sympathize with league of
ficials In their dispute with Secretary
of the Navy Daniels.
Will BE CONTESTED
A business meeting of the mejnbers
or the Chamber of Commerce was held
Friday pfternoon, and during the
meeting the application of the Seaboard
Air Line railway to the Railroad Com
mission to discontinue trains IS and
11 from Helena to Amertcua, and
trains 15 and 16, Amerlcus to Richland,
was discussed an dprotestod against
by the members of the chamber. ,
he president of the chamber ap
pointed a committee to confer with the
„iei chants and business men of I he
city, and obtain their views on the re
moval, and report to tho chamber the
early part of next week after which
other action will be taken to prevent
;he trains from being taken off, If the
merchants are inclined that way. Other
towns on the line have already filed
petitions of protest, and It Is likely
that a vglrons fight will be made.
ty. Georgia, said tract being bounded on the North by lands of Judson
as follows; On the north, east and Chambliss and L. O. Connell, on East ,
west by lands of Dr. W. J. Smith, and ‘ bv Chambliss, West by lands owned
on the south by plantation road run. | by Mrs. J. F. Finch, and on South by
ning along the south land line of said J, L. Chambliss, said property betas...
lot. - I In the Twety-elghth District of Sumter
Levied upon and will be sold as the County, Ga.”
property of Josh Fay to satisfy a cer- j Levied upon and will be Bold as the
tain Justice court # fa In favor of Dr. property, of O. W. Gllsson, to satisfy
Vp. j. smith vs. Josh Fay. Tenant In an execution Issued from Sumter Coun-
posstsslon notified In terma of the law. ty Superior Court, In favor of W. El
This Sth day of September, 1917. I Brown v»' 0- W. Gllsson, property
LUCIUS HARVEY, Sheriff. pointed out In FI Fa. Tenant In pos-
, session notified In terma of the law.
| This 5th day of September, 1917.
LUCIUS HARVEY, Sheriff.
By R. L. Maynard.
Wanted—Ash timber 8 Inches and
np In diameter, and 48 Inch lengths.
Hanna Handle Co* Macon, Ga. 8147
Will be sold before the Court House
door, In the City of Amerlcu, aald
Static and County, between the legal
siauu miu a-oumvji Sheriffs Sale,
hours of sale, on the flrat Tuesday in oEOROIA, Sumter County.
October, 1917, the following described will be sold before the courthouse
ropeny, w-wiv. door in the city of Amerlcus, said state
“One vacant town lot situated on and county on the flrat Tuesday In 0
Jackson Street. In Amerlcus, Sumter toberj 1917) within the legal hours ot
County, Ga., and bounded ae follows: M i e> t0 the highest bidder for caah, the
On the North by house and lot of Geo. following described property, to-wlt:
Henderson, on Bouth by house and lot 0ne sm ith and Barnes piano, Number
of Ab Jackson, on the East by proper- 91 g 0 9. Levied upon and will be sold
ty of Missouri Robinson, on the W^t a3 the property of , Mrs. M. E. Bush,
by property unknown to me.” to satisfy a certain mortgage fl fa In
Levied upon and will be sold as the favor 0( j jj, pools & Sons vs. Mrs.
property of I. A. Harris, to satisfy a M B . Bulh .
certain City Cout FI Fa, tSBued from
the City Court of Amertcua In favor
of M. J. Stevens va I, A. Harris Tenant
la possession notified In terms of law.
This 6th day of September, 1917.
LUCIUS HARVEY, Sheriff.
Edwin H. Bradley to Become
City Editor Brunswick News
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rar.ns=:!srs. =. =± rsti--
was formerly stationed at Fort Dade,
and has many friends here who will
congratulate him on winning such a
charming bride. He is now captain of
the ordnance department at Washing
ton, and is held In high esteem by all
who know him.
The above announcement from the
Tampa Tribune will be of Interest to
Miss Wilkes' many friends here. Miss
Wilkes Is a former resident of Amert-
cus anil spent some time pleasantly
here this summer as the guest of Miss
Melva Clarke, on Jackson street.
The many frien-ls of Mr. Edwin H.
Bradloy will bo Interested to know
that he has resigned as managing edi
tor of The Times-Recorder, In order to
accept the place of city editor for the
Oday. property aencriiwu »** ««« • ••
Mr. Bradley has been connected GlliSon to w. E. Brown, dated Decem-
wlth the local newspapers for severa\|h er jj. 1908, rocordod same date In
Now That September is With Us You|
Will Be Interested In These
New Fall Fashions
COATS AND SUITS WITH
STYLE ALERTNESS /'
years and enjoys a wide circle of
friends who undoubtedly will regret
hiB departure. 'Ho Is a very capable
newspaper man who In a now and
larger field Is expected to make a con
The fashions of these gar-
ments faithfully reproduce
the French models from
which they were created.
They contribute the sense
of well-being that goes
with being well dressed.
Quality is conspicuous |in
every thread. They bear the ega
Pinkston label which in
sures their goodness.
We are ready and confident
of pleasing you in every
Twenty-two of the most attractive
children In Amerlcus will appear
plcklnlnnlea In the patriotic operetta
given by the Woman’s club on Tuesday
night. September 11th. This one por
formance is worth the price of tho
show. Don’t fail to see It.
MASTER tiieron hooks
A pleasant event of tomorrow af
ternoon for the little people will be tho
party at which Master Theron Hoosk,
attractive little son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
B. Hooks, Jr., will entertain at the
home of Mrs. O. O. Loving, on Barlow
street, io celebration of his third' birth
Will be sold before the Court House
door, in the City of Amerlcus, said
State and County, between the legal
hours of sale, on the first Tuesday ta
October, 1917, to the highest bidder
for cash, the following described
’’All of lot of land No. One hundred
, - land Etfhty-three, except aeventjr-ono
Ho goes to his now (71 , acres off the West Bide, being that
property described ta deed from G. W.
This 6th day of September, 1917.
T. L. SUMMERS,
Deputy Sheriff, Sumter Co., Ga.
WANTED — Experienced man to
work on farm and overaee same; farm
noar Amerlcus; give reference; ex
perience and salary expected. W. H.
Emmet, Atlanta, Ga.
I W.ANT TO DO YOUR fine watch,
clock and Jewelry repairing. Expert
service and reasonable chargee. R. S.
Broadhurst, Jeweler. 110 Lamar St.,
Lit?A il| ievO| I CVUi uww
deed book “JJ”, page, 128; bounded directly In front of poitofflce,
We will pay you n good price for
your pork. Come lo see us before you
sell. Arno Sanitary Market.
MISS OLIVETT GANDY
The following sketch may be of ln-
tercst to those who expect to hear Miss
Olivett Gandy in the patriotic operetta
to be given by the Woman’s dug on
Tuesday night, September 4th.
At the ago of eleven, while staging
Dunk Property In Ettofflle For Sale.
As receiver of the Bank of South
western Georgia, I have an offer of
(3,000.00 cash for the bank building of
the Ellavllle Agency of the Bank of
Southwestern Georgia, and the fixtures,
and furniture therein situated. Includ
ing safe, vault, etc., and the premises
on which It is situated, described
Commence at a point on the north
side of Oglethorpe street duo east from
the corner of Broad street and Ogle
thorpe street, seventy-nine (79) feet
and six (6) Indies, and run east along
Oslethorpo street sixty (60) feet and
six (6) Inches, thence north seventy
(70) feet, thence west sixty (60) feet
and six (6) inches, thence south sev
enty (70) feet to atartlng point, being
the real estate conveyed by the Plant-
era Bank of Ellavllle to the Bank of
In the Cathedral choir in St. Augustine,
she was heard by Madatn Nordlca, who
persuaded her grandmother, Mrs. S. J.
Poette, to send her to New oYrk to
train. , „
Through Madame Nordlca s Influence
she was given an audience by Gatti Ca-
dozza, manager of ’the Metropolitan
Opera Company, who being impressed
with her possibilities placed her ta
the home of his businesa manager an-1
had her trained by Metropolitan ar-
I lists. ’ 7*.
In 1915 she entered a contest with
350 girls for a scholarship to the Pea
body eapwmivT ,n ? aIt,m ° re ' ,u
Southwestern Georgia, escribed lndeea
recorded ta the office of the Clerk of
the Superior Court of Schley county,
Georgia, ta Book I, folio 442, and un-
less I, as receiver of the Bank ol
Southwestern Georgia, have a better
offer or bid for the same before Sep
tember 12th, 1917, said offer will be ac
cepted and submitted to the court for
Thla tho 1st day of September, 1917.
U O. COUNCIL,
- .-'--er of the Bank of Scui'nwestern
^Coorgla. '-*•'*<*>* «- 191
Sparks Grocery Company
PHONES 43 & 279
Always a full line of good things
to eat from the Markets of the
Which TewTi^le there ah* show- GEORGIA. Sumter County^
which she won. jf ‘ nn,. rMI *i rB Johnnie E. Fenn, nee
ed such maredk abJ» » rc f u „j Mc ^rlm, admlnl.tratl* of Robert U
a special teacher. Late. * • tu ™ |«® reDres entB to the court In
ed to New Qork. again taking Uff d*u. ’ flUd Bnd entered on
•tudlea with the Metropolitan Opera her petit*. ^ administered
Company. Her special Instructor
there Is Bologna, the noted Italian mu
slclan. She la 18 years of age and
stags ta French. Spanish, Italian and
In the fall Miss Gandy will make
her debut at the Aeolian Hall In New
Miss Sarah Cobb went over to Rich
land today to organise a Red Cross
Mrs. Frank Cato, Jr., returned to
Amertcua yesterday from a motor trip
to Forsyth, Atlanta and Montezuma,
s s s
OPENING OF •*'**
The new elementary school to be
located on the cam put ot the Third
District A. & M. ectoo! will open Mon
day, September 10th, to students below
the Seventh grade. For admission ap-
■ -h« has fully administered
record, that . Im , a estate, this Is,
Robert L. MelOi. nerl0 ns concern-
therefore, to eltd gw , _ a> t0 ab0 w
ed, kindred and dfMflto,. ’ . , dm i„.
cause, if any they can, why sale .
tetratrix should not be discharged frou.
her administration, and receive letters
of dismission on the first Monday In
This September 4th, 1917f
JOHN A. COBB. Ordtnsry.
We can use the following second hand books if same
are in good saleable condition.
Cy’r Second Reader.
Cy'r Fourth Reader.
Jonos' Third Reader.
Prince Arithmetic Book 1.
Newton Primary Melodies.
Frye’s Home Geography.
Frye’s First Steps In Geography.
Frye’s Higher Geography.
Mother Tongue, Book 1.
Music First Reader.
Eggleston First Bock la Ameri
Cooper Our Country History.
McLoughiin a a. Song Reader.
Eldredge Business Speller.
D’Ooge Latin tor Beginners.
Wentworth Elementary Algebra.
Myera Ancient History.
Myers' Modern and Medieval
Brooks & Hubbard Com. & Rhet
Caldwell & E. Elementary Sci
Milligan A G., Flrat Course In
Cousin t Hill American History.
Halleck English Literature.
Wentworth-Smlth P. * B.
McHudson ft H. First Course In
You can exchange your old Reed Primary and Word Lessons, Reed
and WU9JB Graded Lessons and Higher Le.sone, Montgomery Enf
SJ K. Watkins’ American Literature, for th. new book, dis
placing same, J - • ■ —
Hightower’s Book Store
.Now is Seed Time
GEORGIA, Sumter County.
Will be sold before the courthouee
door In the city ot Americne, said state
and county, on the first Tuesday In
October, 1917, within the legal hours
of sale, to the highest bidder for cash
the following described real estate, to-
One and one-half (1 1-3) acres ot
uis s. * .mu .land, mare or less .situate, tying and
ply to E. J. McMatb, City, or J. M. Col- being ta the aouthwest corner of the
Ium, at Third District A. & M. school, east half of land lot Number 247 In the,
2-11'Old Sixteenth District of Sumter cotta-
And Allen’s Drug and Seed Store is the ^t and
ALLEN’S DR.. ,,-