SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 19. I
HARDING TO INTERVENE
IN TAvjC BILL DISPUTE
WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 Presl-
(lent Ha rdin«, through Representa
tive Mondell, Republican leader in
the House, arranged today to inter
vene in the conferences between the
House and the Senate over the tax
3. B. REID .DEAD.
CORDELE, Nov. 17 S. B. K-id,
for two terms representative of Wil
cox county in the legislature and for
a number of years member of the
county board of commissioners, died
SHIP DELIVERS WATER*
' SOUTHAMPTON, Eng., Nov.i
—A Spanish oil tank ahip iudi jq
left this port for the Morocan cor
with CtlOO tons of fresh water, ^h
water is for the Spanah forcea Hr 11
ng jn Morocco. 1
FLYNT MAY DEfXINt!.
GRIFFIN, Nov.J 17.—Judge James
J. Flyrt today iiitHaljed that he
would not accept place as attorney
t® Georgia railroad commission, I
which has l|ern tendered him by Gov-
Mr. and Mr*. J. I. Pennirgtln and
son. Dallas, arid Miss Lillie i’lining-
ton were Sunday guests of an< i
L r nviif; B - E,stcrlin - ** ot
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sommers, of
Amerlcus, spent the week-end with
..... I? ,srac| s P c nt the week
end at Snnthvillc, with home folks.
Mr and Mrs. O. A. Summers,
i , .. A ‘ Sumr »Prs. Miss Leila
1 j V !i « F - Mrs - Dan Ledger
aml ?: , T - Sm^prs went to Amerl-
cus Friday to attend the unvcillmr of
Tiftt^TTfepares For Great Crowd,
Especially Thanksgiving And
TIFTON, Nov. 17.—With at least
Tuesday night at his home in Ro-
cbollc at the age of 72.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to thank the good peo
ple of Americas and vicinity for
their kindness and prompt assistance
this past week, when we were so un
fortunate as to Jose by fire all we
Especially do we thunk
HUGE ATLANTA BOND
ISSUE HELD VALID
ATLANTA, Nov. 17.—Atlanta’s
ight and a half million dollar bond
ssui* for schools, sewers and other
Municipal improvements was held
alid in a state supreme court dccis-
possessed. I?;;:™::, .j.. „ v J iniIft
the members of .the Amciicux fire de
partment for their heroic efforts in
endeavoring to save our home from
IU 'Iiivuii! uuiiiih me in in mi*
nuil ies/bn of the South Georgia
conference, Methodist Episcopal
chqreh. South, November 23 to 29
inclusive. There will be about 500
delegates in attendance and hundreds
of additional visitors arc expected
every d«y, and the visitors probably
wilt run Into thousands on Thanks
giving day and Sunday, November
Bishop Warren A. Candler will pre
side during the conference and .i!ao
will deliver two special sermons dur
ing the session. The first wit! bn
on Thanksgiving morning at 11
o'clock, and the second on Sunday
morning at 11. These will l.e deliv
ered In the high school auditorium,
where all sessions of the conference
will be held. Preachers attending
VALDOSTA. Nnv. 17.
MRS. J. W. ROBERTS and FAMILY.
I Will Compel You
Yard-Wide Fast Color Percales
MOULTRIE, NOV. 17—The preach
ing of Dr. Frank -fall Wright, noted
Indian evangelist of St. Louis, who
is conducting a rcrics of meetings
sit the Presbyterian church here, is
attracting wide attention. At the
night services the church is unable to
accommodate the crowds.
; WAYCROSS WOMEN REGISTER.
WAYCROSS. Nov, 17.—Registra-
1 tion for the coming city municipal
election reached 1034 and of these
i 190 were women, according to last
figures from the city clerk’s office.;
HIT BY RADIATOR CAP,
ASKS $5,000 DAMAGES
VALDOSTA, Nov. 17.—Suit was
filed in the United States court here
yesterday by E. K. Blount, of Jack
sonville, Fla., against T. S. McKcy,
ct «!., owners of the McfCcy offico
building, asking *fi,000 damages for
It is alleged that the plaintiff was
in the office of the Vnldosta Timber
company, on the fourth floor of the
building, last winter when a valve
cap from one of the radiators blew
ft «•..! struck li\. plaintiff on the
leg, for six weeks or more disabling
Black, All-Wool, good quality Serge;
40-m wide; actually worth $1.50. Yd.
WANTED—Salesman with car. Call
on dealers with guaranteed cord
and fabric tires.' Salary and ext
penscs; also e^tra commission. Cres
cent Tire & .Rubber Co., Plymouth,
»g features of the conference last
Good quality Messaline and Taffeta
Silks; $2.00 and $2.50 values. Yard.
Cotton Poplins, in all colors;
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—For
fat Beef Cattle or Hogs, two or
three milch cows and calves. Mrs.
A. J. Williams. Phone 420.—17 3-t
Prop am Al
Yard Wide Madras Shirting; fast
WANTED—Two unfurnished rooms,
downstairs. Close in. Call It..
Phone 242 17 3-t.
Fancy Hard Head
'fail to see this good picture
program at the Opera House today.
Matinee iyid Night. Matinee’s at
3 o clock. Night, 7 o'clock.
A Big •‘V" Comedy.
A Roland Comedy.
•'Trailed By Three.”
"The Purple Riders.”
A Big "V” Comedy.
Harold Lloyd Comedy.
‘fTlio Moonshine Menace.”
|g Krnito Review.
At prices that are right.
5c, 10c and 15c. Wax tax in-
eluded. , dv
Bedroom Felt Slippers;
Have you grown
the old home?
Pure Thread Silk Hi
Navy; actually worth 11.75 pair for only
All These Specials Ai
Remember Rogers’ 16-Oz Loaf of
116 Cotton Ave.
IURNED ’EM AWAY AT
Tillman & Brown’s Big SHOE SALE
Which Opened To-day with the hl« g ^
crowd ever seen at any sale in Americus. Tillman
& Brown are giving such Bargains in; Shoes that
impossible to wait jpn the people.
f FRIDAY’S BIG SPECIALS I
One Lot Ladies’ Black
Kid Low Heel Pumps,
$8.00 and $10.00
Men’s Brown Calf,
Solid Leather Dress
Sale Conducted by Merchant.' Adverting and
■ . E. Donovan, Mgr,
17 1*2 Pounds