MRS. ROX1E JARPETT DIED
EARLY TUESDAY MORNING
j Worn*- Pmmi Aw.;
| Expected To Arrive b City At
£| eTen Tomorrow. Barbecue
At Noon Followill Sifkt
npleted today by i
J t re fhamL
Mrs. Roxie Jarratt. widow of the
late Mr. W. A. Jarratt, nnd one of
Milledgeville’s well loved women,
died unexpectedly at her home in
thin city early Tuesday morning.
Mrs, Jarratt had been in declining
•r of Commerce to welcome j health for the past several months,
,j n the members* of the Dc- j but was stricken with her last illness
jlh - ounty Motor Cade which is } only a short while before her passing.
u ,j ^ arr j V e in the city about 1 The announcement of her death
pvui o'clock Friday completing the brought sorrow to her friends
«• lap of their tour through the throughout the city,
u hem section of Gerogia. The funeral sen-ices were conduct-
A special delegation of citizens e( | j,y Rev. F. H. Harding, at St.
will welcome the guests on their ar- , Stephens Episcopal church this
al and will immediately take them (Thursday) morning in the presence!
Legion Memorial to be in
Form of Athletic Stadium
GRAND MASTER VISITS LOCAL CANTU VAV1IC
LODGE TUESDAY EVENING iM/U111 WAlNEi
CMuittct Te Bc|im Active Drive
Next Week. Memeriai Te Be
Erected At Cert of $8,Ml.
Dr. Buio* Cheimee
The much discussed Legion Me
morial was brought to .a head lust
Thursday night, when the Morris Lit
tle Post decided practically unamious-
ly to erect a fence with memorial
gates around the nhtletic field of the
Georgip Military College.
A committee, named to climate
the cost of such u memorial, returned
a report to the body which outlined
the plans for the erection of the fence
. , and gates nnd estimated thu cost to
omobile trip to the interest- of u | arRe number of sorrowing j bc around $8,000. In the plan the
ig points about the city, including : friends. The interment was in the fence w j U be erected of hollow tile
trip to the state Sanitarium, Dr. j city cemetery, the following acting ns on a concre te base. Three entrances
lien's, the prison f irm and histori- j pall-bearers: Messrs. M. S. Bell, J. R. wi jj be p | nce to the field and will
,1 points in nnd near the city. Norment, R. W. Hatcher. W. A. b ear the memorial tablets. The gates
At the conclusion of the sight see- Massey, L. C. Hull and G. C. Me- wil , be bui]d of ti | e gtuccoed and the
the visitors will be served , kinley. ; architecture will be similar to the
Mrs. Jarratt before her marriage I gates at the south and north en-
Roxie McComb, und was u j trances to the campus.
n the campus of the G. j
W. They will also bc the !
ial guest* of the college at the , mcmber of
chapel exercises. Col. Murion Allen
i. head of the committee to pre
pare the program for the entertain
ment during the barbecue.
The members of the motor cade
■ill number about seventy citizens
uf Dekalb county, including city and
county officials and several promi
cif MiHedjre'i old-i Dr . Richard Binio
YOUNG MAN NET
Mr. Clmlon Ivey Receives Fatal
Injuries When AatMMbiles
Collide. Dies At City Hospital
From Crashed Skal
Mr. Clinton Ivey died Monday af
ternoon at the City Hospital, where
he uas brought Saturday night with
a crushed »4nll and in an unconscious
rendition. Mr. Ivey’s injuries were
received a short while before on the
Milledgeville Sparta highway in Han
cock county, when the automobile he
was driving had a-heud-on collision
with an automobile in which were
two negroes, Marshall Gilbert nnd
est families. Possessing a sweet and
charming personality in her girlhood
and young womanhood, she won the
love and admiration of the people of
her native city, and us the years pass
ed she endeared herself more and
more to ail who knew her.
Mrs. Jarratt is survived by one
brother, Mr. T. L. McComb, who was
called home by her death from Blow
ing Rock, N. C., where he had gone
to spend the summer, and a grand
daughter, Miss Harnett Campbell.
In the car at the time with Mr.
I >y were his mother and wife, and
Mr. and Mm Harry Wayne, and they
were gonig from this city for a visit' Kevr
relatives in Warren county. The : Work.”
two cars were being driven «:t a fast ( s; )in j,
rate when the collision occurred. The Wcdc
"•her occupants of the car were
injured hut not seriously. After be- ! Rev *
in« brought to the hospital, Mr. Ivey °* e ^‘
remained in an unconscious condition
Bn 'il his dnith.
The Hilbert negro was seriously
injured, uml news from Sparta i«
that he would probably die. Both he
ar <i Smi'h were placed under arrest.
II i* «iid thut they were to blame
h r the accident
The funeral service of Mr. Ivey
held at Black Springs church
f Tucday afternoon by Rev. H. D. War-
n '*ck. and were largely attended by
friend, and acquaintances.
Mr. Key was a native of Warren
county, and was engaged with the
' **te Highway Department. He was
an 'filustrioua and reliable young
mar! - an <l hud the confidence of all
*h" knew him. He was a son-in-law
' ' nnd Mrs. W. H. Collins, having
n " ■ d one of their daughters about
4 ; uro. He is survived by his
"•her and other relatives.
B. T. P. U. CONVENES HERE
D>iy S«»ion To Op** Friday Mora
in* At Baptist Chnrch. Interesting
Speaker* on Program
•Delegate* representing the B. Y. P.
U. organizations in the churches of
the Washington Association will be
the guest of the local Union tomor
row, Friday, when the annual con
vention will open fro a dya’s session.
Interest nig speakers nnd young
people workers arc on the program
which begins at ten o’clock tomorrow
morning. A lunch will be served the
guests at one o’clock. About two
hundred young people are epectcd to
attend the convention.
The following is the program:
chairman of the committee to raiw
funds and to superintend the build
ing. On the committee with Dr.
Binion were named, H. S. Wootten.
Dr. M. G. Stembridge, W. S. Jett and
Commander John Holloway. The.
; committee at u meeting last Monday!
night completed plans for the drive
for funds that will be begin net week.
The legion has been an active
organization for about ten years and
has worked toward the erection of
the memorial, having raised over one
thousand dollars with this project in
view. It is the plan of the commit
tee to solicit subscriptions from the
citizens, asking for cash donations
to raise the necessary money to
immediately begin the work,*
The decision of the Legioif to erect
the fence and gates around the
COACH JOHNNY BROADNAX
Georgia Star who will take ovei
coaching duties at G. M. C., this fall.
10 A. M.
astic endorsement from prominent
citizens of the city, and muny compli
ment* have been made to the body
upon their choice.
A large majority of the Legion en
rollment are ex-cadets of the Geor
gia Military College and in the de
bate during the discussion of the me
morial lost week, many expressions
emphasized the desire of the mem
bership that the memorial render a I
constructive service us well as stand
us a lasting reminder to posterity of i
the men who died in the world war.
Member of Cbampioaikip Eicon
of Past Year. Frnbmu
Caack of Basket Bel uf
Bate Ball Tim Year
n Masonic Head*
at Al Meeting
Raymond Daniels, Grand Master
of Georgia Masons, with other dis
tinguished Masons were honor guests
Tuesday evening at a banquet in the
Masonic Clubs here. A large gather
ing of the membership were present
and heard the address of the Grand
Master, nnd gave him a cordial wel-
me to the city.
Mr. Daniel with Mr. Chns. L. Bass,
Past Grand Master and Trustee of
the Masonic Home were enroute to
Warrcnton to a'tend the convention
if 10th District Mason*, nnd made n
pecial visit to the Milledgeville
Lodge. The occasion Tuesday was
the first visit of u Grand Master to
Milledgeville in ninny years, and a
large number of the membership
• present to greet the distinguish
Mr. Daniels and Mr. Bas.i deliver
ed addresses to the member* that
were both inspiring nnd interesting.
Mr. R. A. Webb, past Worshipful
Master of the Augusta, was also an
honor gue*t at the meeting.
MASONS ATTEND DISTRICT
MEETING LAST WEDNESDAY
Warrenton Hoc! T* Fraternity.
Milledgeville Me. Elected To
Office.. W. D. Stembridge
Johnny Broadnax, newly elected
Coach of G. M. C., when Coach Slap
Rentz wo* elevated to a new position
on the college faculty, comes to the I
college with a brilliant record of
athletic achievement, on the famous
athietse field has toot -with enthusi- University of Georgia Buir Dog
-"To Every Man His
H. D. W. ock and Melville
and other teams at the State
Coach Broadnax has been highly
recommended by Coaches Stageman,
Hackman and Meher of the University
staff of coaches. He was quarter
back of the championship team of
the past year and has coached the
Freshman baseball and basket ball
teams the past year. His prep train
ing wa», received ut the University
School in Atlanta.
Coach Br^adnux will *».cnd much
time in this city during the summer
months anil wil] have everything
ELKS PLANNING CELEBRATION■ in°se*emb,r. f «* er,0!l j£*
FOR JULY FOUTH J „„ si.n with r.»i> of c.i.n.1
’ REV. T. J. MORKOR RETURNS
TO PASTORATE HERE
Masons to the Tenth District were
royally entertained Iasi Wednesday
by the fraternity of Warrenton, a
large delegation of Milledgeville Ma
sons attending the one day session.
W. D. Stembridge, retiring Wor
shipful Master of the District, was
presented with a past masters jewel
at the close of the convention. Mr.
F. H. Coleman was named Senior
Warden and Mr. J. T. McMullen was
re-elected Secretary or the district
organization. Mr. G. W. Johnson of
Sparta, was named the Worshipful
Master. The convention next year
will go to Sparta.
Among those attending the con
vention from Milledgeville were:
W. D. Steembridge, Joe T. Andrews,
W. H. Baumgnrtel, J. W. Riley, John
Holloway, Joe Moore, J. T. McMullen,
F. H. Coleman, L. L. Beck and W. B.
Fh>< Mere Soli Filed Afuvt
Geerfia RiAhJ, Falavvf
Pucka! Sal Last Week.
Heariat JUy Ifth
Mrs. Dollie Bayne Tnle, et .al.,
George Barr, et al., Z. D. Neighbors,
Mrs. Fannie Rosmco and J. B. Law
rence each filed suit this week against
the Georgia Railroad and enjoined
the Railwny Company against the
further use of the tracks along
Wayne Street, damage to property
being given as the reason for the
The suits followed the action of
Mrs. A. H. Paschal who filed her peti
tion last week against the railrond
company for $7,500. Judge James
B. Park has set July 10th .as the day
for the hearing of all the cn«es.
The petitioners pratically set out
the same allegations in all suit*, con
tending that the road was damaging
property and that the law was being
violated when the train was run
through the streets. The type of
engine that was being used was also
given a* a reason for the suits.
The law firms of Sibley k Sibley
and Allen k Pottle have been employ
ed by the plaintiffs in the cases. Col.
Sibley has secured .a picture of the
first engnie that was employed by
the railroad, showing a much smaller
type and u noiseless and smokeles*
Attorneys for the Georgia Railroad
have filed their answers to the suits
and will appear in
railroad at the hearing July 10th.
EDWIN H. SCOTT
IS GIVEN HONORS
Degree ef Dr. ef Soete Conferred
Up*. G. S. C. W. Deu of
Teacben Celege ia Atkeu
COL ROACH NAMED ON
GOV. HARDMAN’S STAFF
The degree of Doctor of Science
was conferred Wednesday upon Ed
win H. Scott, Dean of the Teacher*
! College at G. S. C. W. t by the Geor
gia State University, in recognition
of his record .as un educator nnd civic
leader. Dr. Scott was accompanied
to Athens by Mrs. Scott and Mr. and
Mrs. L. S. Fowler and Miss Louise
Dr. Scott ha* been connected with
the Georgia State College for Women
since 1*J08, and has served a* Pro
fessor of Agriculture, and Biology:
Appointment of Committees.
Devotional—Miss Annie Tanni
- To J. H. En
i Plans are being made by the local j j
| lodge of Elks for their annual fourth i
I of July celebration and barbecue ar-I Rt . v T j Monw h ,» returned
Addrees Rev. Vcaay Pittman. M«. | cor,liny Cn„t. J. II. EnnU, Exalted MillcdKevi | le from Albnny , N
i where he has been under the care
“How We Did It”—Mrs. E. L.
Prest, on State B. Y. P. U. Secretary
Devotional—Miss Floride Smith.
Address — Miss Agnes Tanner,
Address—Mrs. J. Calvin Smith,
Closing Address-—Mr. E. S. Pres
Capt. Enniw ha. requested all Elks ; physicians fnr the past several weeks,
to be present tor the hi* celebration | hi , con( | iti „ n havi „ B improved auffici-
ently for him to resume his duties
nnd to notify the secretary imme
diately. Plans are being made for
several other features for the days
THEATRE MAN RETURNS HOME
T. Caraker ha* announc-
* ! • 't his brother, Mr. E. R. Carak-
* r ' con )e to Milledgeville from
■ Africa in the near future to
j 1 '*'• fiis home. During his twenty-
Ca" y '' ar * residence in Africa Mr.
“ , r has been engaged largely in
‘ H Caraker ** be will be re-
_| r ‘ ‘« rt d bere b y a number of our
n a son -be late Mr. and
‘•A. Caraker, .and wa» born
a " 1 rt ' art,i this city. He left here
number of y e . r » «go and went to
bti nn *b. and then to Africa. He
coiin?* 1 VVith * ucceM in that tar off
tkx. .. r V an< * *be desire to return to
.°7 borne town” to spend the
iln ' r °* bi* life has conquered
AUTO ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED
IN CITY WEDNESDAY
By A. W. McKeend
At a meetnig of the American
Automobile Association Wednesday
at the Chamber of Commerce, Mr.
J. A. Horne was named chairman of
the Baldwin county organization.
The meeting was presided over by
Col. Erwin Sibley, who acted as
temporary chairman. Col. Sibley
presented Mr. A. W. McKeand, repre
senting the Georgia District of the
Automobile Association, who explain
ed the purpose of the organization,
its benefit^, and its program.
The local organization has/ sixteen
members .and a membership drive
will be conducted within the nex; few
M. L. Curry returned to thi* city
today, Thursday, from Savannah,
where he has been confined to a
hospital suffering from injuries re
ceived in an automobile accident
several weeks ago. His condition had
shown marked improvements and he
was permitted to return home.
His friehds here are giving him a
cordial welcome back to Milledgeville
and arc much elated that he has so
rapidly recover|d. Unusual interest
has been shown in his progress to re
THE COUNTY UNITY
The County Unity of the Woman's
Missionary Society will hold their
quarterly meeting at the Midway
Methodist church Thursday afternoon
June 28th, at 4 o’clock.
An interesting program has been
planned. The ladies of the Metho-
diat churches in the county and city
Rev. Morrow left Milledgeville in
the early spring when his health fail
ed him nad has been under the care
of a specialist. Doctors have dismiss
ed his case and his friends here
guve him a cordir' welcome back to
Father Morrow ha* been a resident
here for several years and has endear
ed himself to people of every denomi
nation. He takes a keen interest in
the -affairs of the city and his influ
ence for good has been most marked.
Father Morrow cpressed his great
love for the people here to Governor
Al Smith while in New York, and has
expressed his appreciation to the peo
ple here for the many kind messages
that have come to him since he has
been absent from the city. He was
very happy in returning here.
The church and mission has been
in charge of Rev. J. H. Conlin since
Father Morrow expressed his great
lin has won many friend* here who
regret his departure.
Col. George S. Roach, newly elect- i - , _ , ~ ,
...I rresident ..f O. M. C., «■«. honor- 1 R«mtrar. Denn of the Teachers Col
ed this week by Governor L. G
Hardman, having been named a
member of the Governor’s staff with
the rank of colonel.
The honor cume a* a surprise to
Col. Rouch. The compliment came in
recognition of the splendid service fo
G. M. C., as a military school and
Col. Roach's ability as an educator
The Governor'* staff attends all
official ceremonies and is one of the
outstanding honors that the Governor
bestow* upon distinguished citizens.
JUDGE CANDLER DELIVERS
ADDRESS AT G. S. C W.
Judge John S. Candler of Atlanta,
delivered an address before the G. S.
C. W. Summer School students Sat- i
urday morning. Judge Candler is
one of the leading jurists of the
State, and his address which was a
lay sermon, was greatly appreciated
A telegram received in the city
Wednesday morning by Mr. C. T.
Caraker announced that his brother,
Mr. Emmett Curaker, had died in
Mr. Emmett Caraker was born and
reared in Milledgeville, and was the
second son of the late Mr. T. A.
Caraker. As a boy he attended G. M.
C., and as a young man, he clerked
in the store of the late W. T. Conn.
A number of years ago, he went to
Sauhnnah to make his home, en
gaging in the railroad businew. He
has raised and interesting family, one
of his sons being a leading Baptist
minister of the State. Hia death
caused sorrow to a large number of
friends in this city.
lege, .and Director of the Summer
School. He has become recognized
as one of the leading educators of th'*
South. The honor that ha* been
conferred him by the University has
been dencervingly awarded.
In his relation as a citizen of Mil-
ledgeville. Dr. Scott, has taken inter
est in public .affairs, and has been an
active member in directing the activi
ties of the Kiwans Club.
THREE HUNDRED DOGS GET
Aim RABK TREATMENT
Four Days Coaiemed >■ Gi*isi Shots.
Experienced Voteaarian Doing
More than tw
; the number wni
> hundred dogs had
at noon today, and
expected to reach
News was received in this city by
Miss Nora Cone of the death, of Mr.
A. P. Richter, in Madison Wednesday
night Mr. Richter is the father of
Mr. C. W. Richter of Miami, who
formerly made his home here.
three hundred in the citys war against
mad dogs that was begun last week
when all dogs were ordered to the
City Hall for anti-rabic innoculation.
Dr. A. J. Trawick, an experienced
vetenarian has had charge of the
work under the supervision of Dr.
Sam Anderson of the Health Depart
MR. CHAS H. BONNER
CONTINUES QUITE ILL
Mr. Chao. H. Bonner, who was
stricken with an attack of apoplexy
Wednesday afternoon of last week,
is still quite ill, although his condi-
ton has shown improvement. He is
being carefully minsitered to by
physician and trained nurses, and
hopes for his recovery are felt. Num
bers of friends have called at his
home to inquire about hi* condition,
and offered assistance if there was
any they could render.