Marching toward the G. I. A. A. | A telegram Wednesday morning to
champinn-hip again Coach Down and i Capt. J. H. Enni* from Mr. J. R.
hi* Riversid* Cndet* invade Haven- Phillips member of the Highway
port Field Friday afternoon to hat- Board, stated that an order had been
tie the red and Mark warrior* of I pacsed at the meeting of the board
Coach SInp Rent' and C ; >rh Jbhnny j to P«ve the road from Milledgeville
th- State HospiUl and that work
uld begin at once.
The Highway Board award repro
of the Board of Trustees
of tin- State Sanitarium, the Cham
ber of Commerce, the Kiwanis, The
city and the county at a meeting
Mot..Lav morning and deferred ac
tion at that time until the Wednes
day meeting. I)r. R. C. Swint. Dr.
T. M. Hall. Mr. L. H. Andrews. Rev.
J. F. Yarbrough and Mr. O. M.
Ennis were the members of the dele
gation presenting resolutions from
the organizations at the meeting
er in the I The Elks club endorsed the paved
team for-! road to the Hospital several months
own itself 1 *1?° an d presented the matter
rthy foe thus far i
nd Coach Rentz
rare pH*Pire of Governor John Mi Hedge who s ' * son '
* Coach Broadna-
1 have groomed thei
j in,* them in shape for the big i
i at the Bapti.t t'hurch. HiStOnCal Sketch of
home at the pastorium on Liberty
'nf’!!? rh"':,Tho^ Zdv A f*°* e *f Sl»te«m»n Gmtw MiD»d|e Wu A Leader far State
the home ready for them. The ladie- j Maintained Education tad Wu Head of The Slate Government
of the church had filled the pantry) When MiBedfevdJe Was Located and Founded
will all kinds of delicious food.
Highway Boani by their Exalted
The other civic organization^, here
took the matter into consideration
and dumg the past few weeks have
been active in the effort to get the
Chairman Tate, of the Highway
Department stated tin- board would
consider the matter at their October
all the G. I. A. A. games
todate they have emerged with th'-*
flag of victroy waving over the Old
Capitol hill, and their team still
fine shape for the neat enemy.
There i» no doubt about this game
Friday being what the big boys rail It i* understood that the work on
a classic. It Is the season** , t£ rj the road will b ”* * th- next
for Milledge ill*. It is the big game I thirty days and will ha poshed to
until along comes Lanier which is rapid completion.
week before Thanksgiving, j creek
>r of the Atlanti Baptist As-
, the largest organization of
in the south and one of the
n the world. Shortly after
egan hi- p
called upon to preach the con-
of the Georgia Bap-
tion. and was the young-
i*r to ever be given this
° | distinction. ,
church has re-organized dur-
le past few weeks and every
department of the church is well or-
»f your citizens expected and the work well nlanned
held by the
JOHN J HUNT.
city Rev. J. F. Yarbrough wsill
preside and a special welcome will
be made by each church. The wel
coming services will take the place
of the regular evening service* and
all other churches will he closed.
Th first service by the new pas
tor Sunday morning will be at the
regular 11:80 o'clock hour.
! and fruitful period in the growth and
establishment of Georgia, during the
| 156 years of her existence is the era
when the Capital
was at Louisville, and then the 61
years that mark the time when the
Capital waj! at Milledgeville.
During the reign of Governor
John Milled*.' at Louisville the seat
of power was very thoughtful and
carefully arranged to be moved to
Milledgeville, just at the time when
Colonial d. y» had passed, over, the
war of the Revolution smoothed
down—the Yazoo Fraud, a knotty
problem of state that had rocked the
old ship as nothing
Secession, was out the way—and
the affair* of state were * haping,
with studied precision, definite ar-
govemment of all
t will**! 11 ' territory then and
f th. ! *taU- of Georgia.
Despite the «ver pre-ent hardships
of pioneer building and the disturb
ing daggers of frequent troubles
with hostile Indians, Georgia manag- 1 *ajr.
ed to expand her government with hard and keepi
such marked intelligence that in a
short while the state held high place
in the esteem of the entire country.
Georgia had a bright galaxy of
■tatksmen in those days, and John
Milledge was among the brightest.
A close study and -i fair interpre
tation of the movements they inaugu
rated give them clear title of being
serious, intellegent and forsighted
One cannot fail
fice, consecration and devotad tudy
they gave to the problem* of **b-
liahing good go
And be it said and truly said,
government is difficult. My. how
difficult government is. Think of
the travail of go
The fill at the
_ ill he raised and the bridge
Co*ch Dowia .... h* -Otkhvto -Ul h. !«**»•<• Th' city and
MB hi. b.,n ..tain, <•«■»>» -ttlrtHUWrt th. Wajnwtanet
paving with that of the highway de
partment. The highway took over
ariothar ch."rp;.n.h'ip *“• "» Cr ~ k hH ** »
‘ avenue several years ago, and
J1 pave this section.
that he ca
down G. M. C. at any cort.
The Gainsville cadets have hurled
their challenge and given th« war cry
of defiance, to boys of G. M. C., who
do not intend (o let the challenge go
uncalled or the cry « f definame pass
into the echo un-noticed.
Football fans can buckle on their
thrill proof clothes for Friday or else
stay away from Davenport Field. The
hattle starts at three o'clock. Neith
er team has given out a line-up. but
the best they have will be e»n the
eleven that carries on Friday.
along with the other 12 (13 of then
but we have had some good hick)
(Continued on page Two)
ERWIN SIBLEY ELKS TO HOLD
The Stating Fad Scoring Bif Hit.
Two Black Crow* Next
Monday and Too*day
The first Vitsphone picture at the
Colonial Theatre has scored a big
hit and the theatre has been packed
on the first day to see and hear Al
Jalaon “The Singing Fool.**
1 h- equipm >.t in-tail'd by Mr.
Curry i« perfect. The tonal quality
is excellent and th<r* Is nothing to
mark every expectation of * real
high c , »i*x 1 "w that the public ha*
had for the t -ihmial. Al Jfdaou in
G- S .S. OFFICIAL
WES SUDDENLY c. OF C. ORGANIZE
Two Jailed on Charge of Intent to
DIST. GOVERNOR CONVENTION HERE
H. DeSauuiirt Fount in
m Early Friday Morainf
F «»fral Saturday Aftaraapa
years of faithful aer-
Milledgeville State Hoa-
«nded early Friday morn-
' a Pt- T. H. DeSauflsure was
1 1 in his room.
■ , ' 1 ' hia death came to Mil-
' irly Friday morning and
’• rrow to hundreds of hi*
10 had known him daring
•dt- k " Jm ber ot years he had
* h • sidenee here.
' "SauilH had started to
^ * heart attack came and
“■mas his bed. A rerv-
V, ' u ‘* f run< l him and call-
McWhorter, his daugh-
(n apparent that he had
“*ral minuses and that
me while he was In the
Adriu Hkh Named oa Director
ate Board. Committee Cfcairmeo
ud Vice Cfcoomeo Named
Detail, of orpaniaation wore com
pleted Monday nl(fct by the Board
of Director, of the Chamber of Com
merce at a regular meeting in the
City Hall Council Chamber.
President Bell preelded et the aea-
alon thet *a» attended by nine mem
ber. of the board. The election of
the eheirmttn of the department
head, with their viee ehalrmea waa
the principal action of the mectine
The follwoin* chnirmen wwe
nnmed for the five or»eniaetion which! that the
Named Head of Third Kiwaait Ceoryia Auaciathm to Come Here
Diatrict at State Convection in Neat Nay, Board of Direct on
Valdosta Lait Week Decide Saaday
f»|. Erwin Sibley, pa«t Pre* ident
of the Milledgeville Kiwani* Club,
wa* named District Governor of the
third District at the State Conven
tion of the civic cluH in Valdosta
The Kiwanis Club here in a reso
lution adopted at a recent meeting
endorsed Mr. Sibley for the post, and
his name was offered by Dr. W. T.
Wynn and Mr. L. C. Hall, the dele
gates attending the convention. The
election was unanimous.
Ur. Sibley as a charter member
of the local club, has been active in
Kiwonis dujring the several # year*
civic organization has
constitute the operating board | operated here. Serving as Secretary
r the Chamber of Commerce. for a number of years he was later
Organization Affair*- R. H. Woot-I named District Trustee and then ele-
(Cenlineed on b-«W p**« j vated to the post of President.
Milledgeville has been cheaen the
convention city of Georgia Elks for
1930, it was announced by the Board
of Directors of the Georgia A*»>cia-
tion after their meeting la*-t Sunday
in Columbus, Georgia.
Capt J. H. Ennis. Exalted Ruler
of the local lodge, stated that there
would bo several hundred Elks here
during the three day session and that
plans wore being made far the
elaborate entertainment of the visi
tor*. The entire city will ho asked
to jote in to make the hundreds of
visitors here have a big time, Capt
-ings this sort* with great credit, and
-t. alone is worth the price.
Moran snd Mack of Columbia rec-
. rd fame -tr- the star- of “Why
Bring That Up’* preg^uaauwd for
Monday and Tuesday. The me.lv in
this picture i* i»-rfect. It bring*
ti.o fam-n« !|arh fnoe c- medians
right to you. and the «»ory of their
lives i* of great interest.
Mr. Curry is showing h#oJ!> • at-
•pmefions at the Colonial and Mil
ling the c-nter of
uffering from injurit
• hen a car driven by Frank Fraley
j side sariped ths* truck in which they
ware riding. Monday afternoon.
| The negroes were on a truck of
the Dixie Construction Company and
were siting on the aide with their
leg* swinging off. Fraley with Will
Steele, Jr., we-e coming to Milledge-! I. Igevitle
villa and had passed one truck load- many visitor* in the evening*. Mil-
«*d with aegreos and when they ledgeville people are delighted and
started to pass the second ‘hey side) will give the Theatre manager their
-wiped the truck inju^ng five of the; support in his effort to give Mil-
negroea who had their leg* swinging, ledgeville the beet.
off. One of the negroee had both
leg* broken and phyaictena stated BEST COTTOM SELLING AT 17 1-*
that hie recovery was doabtful. CENTS PER LB.
Fraley and Steele wns both ar- The number of bale* ef cotton
rested under an asaault with intent marketed in Milledgeville to date ha*
to murder warrant. Steele made bond re,■ shed five thousand bales. Tki» to
of f 1,900 Tuesday afeernoon and several thousand In eacoaa of tW,
Fraley i* being held without bond number received the h-tal reason o#
Enaia .tated. The paid, .a *e *£*+ “ ** „ h .„ ... „
“ TOBd •tar "•»'•! ““ Ww** 1 Th. on the tmek wtn !-l per p«md Wediv .1.-
law. employed By the Dixia Ceaatruction The majority of the eott-.n bring
Th* convention will be held early Company and were being earned to . Id at this time h «torm cMt-a,
Umy. their home near Haddock. ^ j shoving stains.