House Committee Approves Bill to
®rPR«JOr!- Make G. M. C. a Junior College
i. [i- $1,000 PER WEEK Marion Allen Hopeful of
CREAM INCOME Bill’s Passage in the House
Hale Highway Depa>‘men(
1 tide This Week About Going
forward With Work
IrTEK FILL 13 BEING RAISED „ , „ 7 Enactment Will Reinstate Military School as Branch of University,
I D - d • a V p a to „ AT r” g p” W ? Makin * U Po “ ibU 10 Do Tw0 Y “>" ° f College Work
liver Fill Also to Be Raised With Pounds ° f Butter Fat Per Week at Thij j nslitulioil
T pm Bridge Lengthened. Base ' Bringing Forty Cents Pound
to Macon Through Approval was given the house bill will be incorporated by the college
THREE STATIONS OPERATING °f Col. Marion Allen to create G.! if the measure is passed through the
itv to go forward with tho M. C. a junior college hy the Uni- The G. M. C. alumni are actively
k from the city limits of Through the medium of the cream' 'ersity Committee last week and the supporting the bill and strong cn-
de to the Hancock county Nation a net income of $1,000 per measure will now come before the' dorsement has been given it by
u-cted to be received this we ek is being realized by the farm- house for approval, it wus announc-j organizations . nd citizi
Highway officials here ‘ rs of Baldwin county, a survey for «
- work will l>egin in Septern lh e past week’s business.
Thirty-five Soloni Make Inspection
OF METHODIST of ^ ,asti,ati ° tt ‘
Will Be HeldlTuruhiy Afternoon BARBECUE AT STATE HOSPITAL
of Next Week Every Member Entertain( . d „ G S C W Friday
“ lnv,te<) 10 At,end Night. Vi.it State Prison
BIGGEST EVENT OF THE YEAR
. - fuvoruble. 1 parijon of previous weeks, lirouekt
tment is being held o’ 11 an avcrnici- of 2,500 pounds of biil nave onvouracemeut to the | t,
Is now under con- butter f.-it are being sold here each backers of the measure, and strong s
dative action it was «i'L reprorenting about ten thou-> hu P* is entertained for the house I,
and gallons of roar erham. Thu' l " give a majority vote when it is rystem.
market price for butter fat w«-; brought in for their decision. Col. G. M. C. 1
church l forty rents per pound, a price that Allen was unable to determine the branch of thi
under wan at the top of the market the date for the vote. It has ant yet 1S70 and the act
i A get-to-gether meeting of th*
I number* of the congregation of the
announc-j organizations nj citizens here. j Milhdgeville Methodist church wil
I in a telegram to the Union Re- Col. Allen Mated, while in Milledge- j )tJ ho j d on the G g : w campui
'frier. I ville Saturday, that chances for thc ( Thursday afternoon of next week, al
ommittee’s approval of the bills pa
»go were bright and that he 5.39 o’clock,
ieved that the school here had! j t j. planned
.ng possibilities of becoming a ;t - nu . ond gpi . nd
Jing junior unit in the University way. There v
making or set progi
will be ex officials stated.
•ounty line. 1 Three stations are operated here,
fd road will begin on the Amours of Dublin, with a station in
the river bridge. Be- 1 the Horne Andrews Bidding; Snuth-
road is paved the fill will land of Atlanta, located nt Ohand-
.era! feet ar.d the fill, ler Bro^., and the Land O’ Sunshine
: gthened to prevent wash ■ f Moaticellu, Fla., at the People s
■ .1 the river is at flood stage. Hardware Co., all maintain stations
:r.v rock base has been coin- in Mill'-'dgeville, collecting cream two
■r the road from Milledge- da;- u . out of each week.
Macon and with favorable The income to the farmer through
» the tralfic will be, this trade has been added durii\g the
been placed <
The bill a
Alien wil! rci
branch of the
firrt two ve
the calendar. ! be .uch has n«
introduced by Col. altered. The
itate the college as aj . i!en and th , ls lint . d wi
niversity, and a state 1
itutiun. A courac. of -' k ,he «* u *
n that dona by the *» aatitlcd to enjoy the-
s at the • University • of all University brunchei
G. M. C
Every Methodist in Mill edge vlUc i;
i invited and expected to be present,
i The members of Mrs. Mattie Biv
1 iris £—day School Cirv-. a listed by
1 the member? of the circles of the
Two Hundred and Thirty Had
Signed at Four O’clock.
PRIMARY TO BE AUGUST 21ST
this road next week for
and then closed again. Dairying has tn^en rhpid strides!
road U closed thi- asphalt throughout the county, the cream Books Ci«e at Six Wednesday,
|dr -.me will be put down. This road ] business being in addition to the
npleted from Milledge ville dairies which arc operaied to supply
• a section of about thirty the demand for milk by the city und
later than October The State Institutions,
of thia road will give a The Kiwanis Club has under way
rav ; J rad from Milledgevdle to At-' „ plan irin g into tht . counly puru
bred cows to stimulate interest in
dairying and to improve the herds
Official, of tho agriculture college I , e lvea to vote in the City Primary
and the Aerirultuml departments of j which is to be held August 21st.
the two railroads believe Baldwin one | nominating n .Mayor nnd htree Aider-
of the best dairy counties in the state. | m en.
They are advocating the
hen plan which has prov
PAVING CASE TO
BE HEARD AUG. 9
pect-d to arrange an old-fashioned
picnic dinner, which will be sprend
under the beautiful shade
Judge Park to Hear Demurrer to
Affadavit of Illegality Filed by
Mrs. Opelia Wall, et al.
CASE OF VITAL INTEREST
was begun Monday on the
reck fill. The road from
bridge to the Asylumn
ill be raised several feet to'
bed above flood' waters. |
. will he brought to a rapid
Edwards, road ?uporvi«ior of
ir county, stated thnt the road
'•! itepelier church to Washing-
unty would be graded nnd made
for paving as soon as fund.-:
mtured from the Highwny
|f' ; i-tment. The reorganization
fcit taking place in the state de-
prtmert is delaying all work he
All Baldwin county road- will be
«o>d before a let up in the pres
unftnirtion work it i» expected.
profitable, j i nsr the race for th,
The Hairy industry is expected to , )f Mayor without, opposition. L. IT.
become one of the major projects in ! Andrews. S. n. Stemhridge'and .T. It.
the county during the next few yiars. | .s m ith are asking for the nomination
Aldermen for the four year term
SOUTH CARO! IN/. MINISTER
TO PREACH HERE SUNDAY
Two hundred and thirty men and Judge James B. Park, in chambers
>mcn had signed the registration Greensboro, will hear the demurrer
aks at tho city hail up until four /j| t . d t, } . t y, city of MBledgevOle by
clock Wednesday to qualify them- it> attorney , t in ' thL . casI! the ci ty
agnin-t Mrs. Opelin Wall who filed
an affidavit of illegality to paving
assessments when the city levied on
Mayor M. E. Pennington i« mak- her property to satisfy costs of pav-
term j njr ^ s t rcc t j n front of this prop-
The dcniurrpr wus filed at the last
term of the Baldwin Superior Ci
A committee has been appointed
from the Board of Stewards to have
on the grounds a barrel of ice cold
lemonade* with plenty of ice, sugar
and lemons to sec that the barrel
does not run dry.
Last summer a similar gathering
was held, and it was -uch a delight
ful occasion to those who attended
it was decided to make it an annual
event. It is expected that the crowd
next Thursday will l»e much larger
than it was last year.
Thirty-five Georgia Legislators,
members of the Senate and House
committees on the State Prison and
State Sanitarium, came to Milledgc-
vflle last Friday afternoon nnd made
an inspection trip of the Stale In
stitutions here during Saturday.
A delegation of citizen- composed
of Mr. M. S. Bell, Mr. F.. E. Bell,
Mr. J. F. Bell, MV. E. C. Kidd. Mr.
H. S. Wootten, Mr. R. H. Woottcn,
Mr. Lewi* Fit mister, Mr. Lee Jor
dan, Mr. L. C. Hall, President J. L.
Beeson, Prof. O. A. Thaxton. Miss
Louise Albert nnd Dr. E. A. Tigner
met the train bringing the legislators
here. A special c*r was attached
L .j to th.* regular Georgia train from
Macon, arriving here at fiv.-forty.
The legislators were immediately
taken to the Enni. Hall where they
were guests during their ‘lay.
A dinner was given in' their honor
at the college dining room in the even
ing. Dr. Beeson, pr< «iding. presented
the speakers. After the supper an
inspection of the Woman’s college'
FIVE MAKE ESCAPE
FROM STATE PRISON
Smith and Two Co;
Saturday morning the delegation
! was taken to the State Prison Farm
I where Judge Dunnaway directed them
through the State Prison buildings;
Before going to the State Sani
tarium where they were fetid nt a
barbecue as the gur--t of Dr. Swint
en.1 staff.of phy.*1e!fftts they were
shown through G. M. C. Col. George
Roach, Pre**., greeted them on their
nriival there and accompanied them
f**roii"h the old rnpitol building.
At the State Sanitarium the legis
lators were . • rved a delicious barbe
cue dinner. Members cf the Staff
agisted Dr. Swint fti directing the
committees through the buildings nt
the Strte Hospital. They wer shown
the crowded conditions which is
g the progress of the in?titu.
|Judge and Solicitor
Co. Court Appointed
| Jad,„ Hint. ,„d. Col. Gilo. R.-.p
■t.d to Ffll Court Ofti...
■afirmation of the appointments
Senica, S. C., will come here next
Sunday nnd occupy the pulpit of the
Presbyterian church, at both the
morning and evening services.
Rev. Harris is one of the outstand
ing young ministers of the neighbor
ly recognized a» a
ns members of the City Council. and Judge Park set August 9th, as
The registration during the month t ho date to hear the argument for
that tho hook, have boa opened ha. and a|;ainBt , tfle demurrer. Ham-
been slow and it is not expected , , „ , - . . .
. , . ... . ... mond and Kennedy of Augusta and
•hat the number wall go beyond the
tan humltcd and fify mark. Kr " nk w - llcl > “ f tl,i * cit >’ nre
j senting Mrs. Wall and the several
ro^erty holders on Jefferson
hi. ->ok -imilnr court action
invitation from the palpi; M|SS ALICE LENORE TUCKER
. the Rev. A. G. Harri. ef AWARDED DEGREE
the city collect
G. S. C. W
Hed the J
segment.-. The city is represented
by Hines and Carpenter, Allen &
! Pottle, Sibley & Sibley nnd Mc-
I Dougald, Spalding King and Sibley
The case is of unu*ua] interest
heri as pratirally every property
he'll*-” In the city is involved.
Judge B. H. Dunnaway is still
making every effort to locate Au-j
brey Smith, noro'.'’’s tynndit sind j ,on *
two other prisoners whj sawtd their
way to liberty last Thursday night.
Effort to determine their outside aid
is also being made.
There were five prisoners in al!
to make the break early Friday morn
ing after bar to one of the windows'
in the sleeping dormitory had been
.awed. Two of the men John Ron- MRS. HINES SONGS TO BE
e-R. a life termer and. W. E. Nash. BROADCAST WEDNESDAY
auto bandit, were captured only a few,
miles from the prison. Smith ami Station W. M. A. Z. to feature
ommittees left Millcrigeville
on the Georgia train returning Sat
urday night to Atlanta.
The committee chairmen zn well
as individual committeemen were
loud in their praise of the eff'ciency
of the Institution heads here.
R. Hines ns County! scholarly man. He comes here high- t»r of the Music Department of th”
lire and CoL C. A. Giles as b' recommended by church officials.' Georgia Stat-.* C*’W-o for Women,
■ f the Court was made by | The church in -ession last Sunday was awarded her Degree of Batch*'-
Senate last week -when delayed a call until Ciey had the lor of Music, School Mu- ic, at the
tl hr nun opportunity of hearing Mr. Harria. rradnottog wirhe of the Mae-
kIv. Two other ministers have been cen- 1 Phnil School of Muaic anti Dramatic AS G. S. C. TRUSTEE away
Hines ha- served as County tered upon it is understood aju! a se-| Art, of Minneapolis, Minr. ^
ral terms and Solici- lection will he nrde fri
DR E. A. TIGNER RE-APPOINTED
by their accomplices, i
men with Smith were Monte
Atlanta bandit; and Bill!
Baker county burglar.
Dunnaway with the aid ofj
were centering their
section. Judge Dunn- 1
that he had informa-j
saws were smuggled to
of Songs i
Introducing “The Summertime
long” and "The Little Cabin in the
ines” two rongs just from the
ress, the word.; ar.d music by Mrs.
. R. H r ne«, a special halt h-'ur
i d for the past
, fore th<
to have the minister here be-
opening of the schools.
of The Woi
| NEGRO shot AND DANGER- RE Y H - D - WAPNOCK AND
0USLY Y/OUNDED HIS WIFE
E. A. Til
that the saws we
. ‘ Smith was serving
* 145 years for a number of
staged throughout the state.
I con. idcred a desperate pri
Make. Etcape »r
cd by Police Aft.
ttempt to Murder
Eogene Finney, a young negro
^ ar: * is being sought by the police,
r shooting ar.d dangerously wound-
| «*hi* wife.
. ; • negroes have been separated
I s , ® u t a month, and Tuesday night
. ^ nine o’clock, Finney went to
I c ,f* ^’ u ' e ’ n South-western part
j the city, where the woman was
| i ,n v nr >ri shot her, with n shotgun.
of small shot struck her in
ac h. inflicting n dangerous
FAMILY LEAVE FOR FORSYTH n, „ cboro. director ' cdln a me Jbar’of tiie Bond ofTra.-
, • „ the 'tat* ,he •»» bM ” » tc4 of the Gcortria State Collette
. Rev. H. n. Wimock nnd family i t h c eolieite fneulty. She .upervue. fo J Wom[ll f „ r a [crm 0 f a i, yl .„r,
will leave today <Thue«iayl for I th „ annual Mu-lc Week prournm,. ^ appointment wa , confir med by
Forsyth, where Mr. Warnock recent- which have been splendid musical ac- Senate last week
Titmer has been a member of , Congreuman Carl. Vin.on w
number of year, and Decatur Sunday
CONGREf-SMAN CARL VINSON
ATTENDS COLLEAGUES FUN
day at i
tie Ms con
On thc f
V>. M. A. Z.,
i pastor of the
Mr. Warnock served as pastor of
the Milledgeville Baptist church the
pa e t seven years, and 1 during this
time he and Mrs. Warnock have won
the live and esteem of the people
of thi., entire section, and there is
a feeling of deep regret that they
are leaving here.
They carry with them best wishes
for their success and happiness.
The friends of Miss Tucker willj th^ Board foi
receive the news with great inter-
:ion will be *ung dur
ing thc half hour broadcast. An
other feature will he readings by
Mrs. Hinsc taken from her book
thnt will be released : r October.
Thc book will be Entiled “Home
of the Keeping Hearts” ***<« will contain
;ten by Mrs. Hines. The
FIRST OPEN COTTON
Mr. E. R. Hooten brought to the
police were notified and went city the first open cotton we have
■nc of the shooting, bnt J seen or heard of this season. The
'ri made his escape. The i stalk was taken from a large field,
* carried to the city ho‘pi- i and contained twenty-three bolls, five
of which were fully opened.
It has been announced that Evan
gelist G. T. Hunt of Camilla, will
preach at the Midway Baptist church
next Sunday at 11:30 n. m. and 8:80
p. m. The public is invited to hear
. i , , . honorary escort at the funeral of poems
haf served as a m m er of th Congressman Leslie J. Steele of the first editions will iot .app v»r be-
t Committee, during its greatest
*th. He has been conspicious in
hii service to the college.
•udge John B. Hutcheson, of
Joiesboro, was also re-appointed as i
a loard member.
fifth district, who died in Washing- j fore October. The printers are now
♦no the past week. Congressman busy on the copy.
Vinson held his colleague in the high- j
est esteem and his death came as a j f. W. WILLIS BUYS S. E. WRIGHT
shock to him Dr. E. A. Tigner ac- PLACE IN HARDWICK
companied Col. Vinson to Decatur. Mr. J. D. Willis has purchased the
j ” I — : home place of the late Mr. S. E.
ITY TAX ASSESSORS MEETING J w M s * MEETS NEXT MONDAY j Wright. This is one of the most
I I valuable places in Hardwick.
Ihe city board of Ux assessors are The Woman’.* Missionary Society
the returns. They are Mr. Julian | of the Methodist church will hold tis j
W. C. T. U. TO MEET ovjr the returns. The are Mr. Julian regular monthly meeting next Mon-1
The W. C. T. U. I meet in the Stinley, Mr. W. F. LitUe and Mr. day afternoon at five o’clock. Mr«.
Men’s Bible Class room of the Bap- ' Sail Patterson. They will be in Geo. Watkin* Circle will have charge
church next Tuesday afternoon j se^ion through thL week it is under- **f the program a full attendance of J «st of the Georgia State College for
nt five o’clock.
Dr.’J. L. Beeson and Mr. Miller
S. Bell spent Monday in Atlanta, and
appeared before the Appropriation
Committee of the House in the inter-
embers is desireiL