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Americus Times Recorder (Newspaper) - January 29, 1920, Americus, GeorgiaWeekly edition Thesli Feo published in the Mericus Rord Erheart of Dixie news of the whole world by associated press forty second year. No. 5. Americus Georgia thursday afternoon january 29, 1920. % a Price five cents. Drys Eek 62 millions for booze knockout its 12 Milton. More than Cost 0f25-year fight the Cotton Market local spot Cotton. Goo Ltd middling 40 cents. Plan to Force Law and drive liquor from hemisphere new York futures. Per. Close Opeo 11.01 1pm close much ,16.0 i .16.30 36.20 36.28 36.48 May 34.16 34.30 34.32 34.42 34.60 july 32.18 33.32 32.38 32.42 32.60 county nurse Here to Aid in pubic health where some of the 62 millions will go in the world Ory War a arcement of Nationn Prohic a lion and a Campaign to make Arenca Safe for prohibition will Cost the anti Saloon league of America 62,000,000 in the next five Cara. According to its executive Secretary Ernest h. Cher ringtone. Some items of the stupendous budget Are special Legal Aid to Federal and Sutic officials $500,000. I Hubli Day offices in 12 p4>pula-Tion centers of the United states New Orleans futures. Prev. Close open 11am people asked to make use of red Cross employee warns of peril he guards presidents ground in last stages of a on tick com Courtesy make clean up plete or. Ranzay tells st4ickmen by Carr Lyn Vance Bell. Wasi Vincton Jan. 28.dsl�. Tiv sergeant Clarence Dalrym chief Grant at the White House 4 coi.-te8y itself with All who would1pm close Flenner a Public health much. .17.46 17.61 37.76 .17.72 37.76 nurse of a number of years expert May .15.07 .16.28 35.45 35.36 35.42 ence and recently a worker in child Gie presi Pfent whether they Are month Oji Ery Ala Jan. 28.�? a Madcap or magnates. July 33.08 33.25 33.36 32.34 3339 Hungary votes Hygiene m new York City Haa arrived in Americus to take up the i work of red Cross nurse for sum j county. She i As already begun Southern cattlemen a incr Arti Vinios Yov Man energetic cattle tick eradication in Southern a if a wild eyed gentleman or Udy Sites 18 now in a somewhat critical Piters the executive offices with a condition. Or. R. A. Ramsey chief of i for the president that must tick eradication of the department of f of delivered in person he is invited to agriculture a Bureau of animal in a a a it it a Soi id for Simc if f in a a Ste drs Rva Aillun a a up Quot in Law Way in Ute. Where a cd american Multi millionaire among guesses a for he one a Campaign to Quot Tell the truth Budapest Jan. 27 tuesday. A it is estimated that the monarchs to Organ a bout prohibition a ised labor $326.000. Special educational Campaign among travelling salesmen 8?00,-000. Miss meetings to arouse sentiment against bootlegging $1,775,-�?�00. For Campaign in i tin America $6300.300. For world Woldu campaigns. $37,000,000. By Russ Simonton. N. A. A. Staff . Westerville. Of. Jan. 28.�? twif4 a a. Much Money will be spent tic vote cart in the elections sunday approximate 95 per cent of the total. Speculation is said to be entered on who will be King and the guesses Range from the hapsburg Prinea to scions of european ruling houses and american multimillionaire. Posto Lelce building and Stephen Pace a a nearly completed to speedily Fin ment and the Secretary Wilt see you this is the Cue for a secret sender Man who proceeds to find out if an incoherent Story accompanied the wild eyes. Usually this is so and the n,4u race Uvaney of see Uii in. V. Chairman of the Sumter county Chat it a the possibility of politics a trip to the Wash , sued a Pauc Appeal ill pm Al Quot a a i. A a up a a Quot Ity a a operation on in vat Otto pie of the com Murpity with miss Flen Ner in the work she la Here to do. Following is the text of or. Pacers statement Intro Dat miss Funar. Is imminent danger a he said Quot when any state becomes care is scientifically investigated. 28 years a service. The Silky shaven ass of Dalrymple Federal Bank governor denies use of,coer4�son in the i in get year of prohibition by the -\nti-sai04.n league of America a pct Iii the last wet year. With National prohibition a complis Hod fact the anti Saloon i it a ii to spend $62,000,900 in the next five years. This is just si3.0� More than the total test of National prohibition according to the leagues figures for its a is a cars fight. Quot the pi4jijbition fight did not the passage of the Amend a Erm St h. Cherrington exec Ive comi Tiliti o Secretary of the ainu Loon and general Secretary that world league against Alco Jim. Told me. A Trou oilily we have three duties . We must see that the dry in is 4-nforced in the United states. Washington. Jan. 28.�?coercive methods have not been used by the Federal Reserve Board or the Federal Reserve Banks to compel nonmember state Banks to join the Federal Reserve system. Or submit to the boards regulations the Senate was informed today by governor response to a Senate Resolution i to the people of Sumter county the api Erins and Sumter county red Crosa chapter desires in this manner to introduce to you miss Lola Allen Flenner who today enters the employ of the chapter As red Cross nurse for Sumter county. Miss Flenner is a graduate nurse and for the past Hen or More years has been engaged m health work with the Pennsyl less about Dia continuing tick Eradell of a a nation when there Are still a few a a a a policeman counties or local it is or Small Centen i a a a a Kate Otid thous where tick infestation exists. The of Quot Quot distinguished visitors and known each of the presidents Huckin infestation in these centers if not completely eradicated is going to spread. Furthermore these snug centers Are liable to be used by Pou tie inns for purpose of barter. This has been demonstrated in Virginia where these tick infested counties Stull remain in quarantine because certain it ley Rose Volt Taft and Wilson. His Manifest Courtesy is always remembered and celebrities Hove often commended him. He has a remarkable faculty for remembering names and faces a trait that is a real asset in Lute officials and livestock san Turyi intercepted thousands off Clab Law proper to Trade off tick i dangerous i other legislation i or. Ramsay said Southern cattlemen could relieve men erect by engaged in the actual work of tick Erad i heat in a of the responsibility of of i Taining appropriations b4-% enlisting j Quot during the War a lot of people by Tioy not completely end Orion ble 80 National prohibition cannot be enforced to Long there is surrounding wet said Char ring Tun. Quot the anti Saloon league is the dominant Factor in the world league against alcoholism. It Haa the largest number of workers and the largest Treasury in addition to the largest facilities for gathering finds. Therefore it must Bear the greatest Burden in bringing about world a wide the Cost of the first five years of the Campaign for Universal prohibit. Tion will be approximately $37,000,000, a a a the moral support of the state Legisla tors and executives. He suggested two members of the should personally visit each state legislature i and discuss with the various commit tees and the governor the needs of tick eradication. The work of the cattlemen s Asso elation. He said had been of great assistance in the past and the cattle Howard buys no bolshevism and the new York department of health and she comes to us with unqualified endorsements from these two health departments in addition to that of the Southern division of the american red Croes Quot with her training and experience we Are confident miss Flenner will to the source of great Benefit to the people of the county. There Are few subjects with which we Are less familiar than that of health living in a Way and under conditions which will promote health and then knowing How to regain Good health after an attack. A. A own As lao of illness but we Are gradually had been eradicated from .569.-1 Ludington place and owned by mrs learning that health is very Urcla 84 Square Miles or 70 per cent of,.mutiie Eldridge lying 2 Miles South live conditions that the sickness the area infested. There still re of Americus on the Leo Street Road of our neighbor endangers our own 219581 Square Miles tinder was sold today by j. H. Purvis to a family that to a certain extent a Larantine. I w. Howard for $46,687 Cash or at on first county paving Prejea chairman Raj sinks pick into Highway and work begins Milf Yoke with disordered minds tried to get the presidents eur in order to tel of a sure Way to win to War Llla ass brag Many. Quot after the War was won a lot with crazy ideas on reconstruction tried to see him. The illness of the president Haa excited a lot of Public curio Alty and As a result there has been an Avalanche of letters and visitors who would have sure cures from thought healers Down to those with simple Home remedies. A from last thursday s daily ground was broken at 10 30 of clock this morning on the first of Sumter county s Rural Highway paving pro ecu. At that hour Neill a. Ray chairman of the Board of county commissioners sunk a pick into the Center of the Dixie Highway just beyond the residence of the John Council farm As a a. P. Mckinstry photographer pressed to bulb of by camera. Surrounding or. Ray were a the other members of the county Board except one engineers citizens Road Bosses and convicts. Immediately afterwards the spectators stepped to one Side and a dozen husky convicts each with a pick arted test aug up the surface of the Highway preparatory to the laying of the first paving Materia. The occasion was without Earo Mony commensurate with its importance. The county comm Lasonen having been advised by fing Ineer $46,687 tract on Powhatan secm.5. Or. Eland get. Report. Unfounded say. A War department a. 2 mile. Out probe open. The 311 acre farm known As the to must in this As in other things be our Brothers keeper co operation la asked a miss Flenner will try to reach every Man. Woman and child in the county through the Home and the Cut off Robert Stubbs was in Oglethorpe i according to the world league s children. A d will work in co oper Satun lne. V4>ninl Butte t. My of Chi Tio with the county and City Little , Smith who ill l.,t spent in certain Quot key countries Quot health authorities and the physic a week is Bettev most prevent illicit traffic in the league already has a Ltd of the City and county and i o a us Stuth. on win a and mus the a a it of 8hold. The British Empire is Linder the a. A a a Stubbs and sons will move the rate of $150 per acre. I Mcd Lau Possession ii to be Given. This Deal which is one of the largest and most important land sales in Sumter county in a Long time gives ill. Howard 1,700 acres in one tract the i Ludington tract adjoining land already owned by him. The land a ired by him is among the finest fur a. Rizir Minig soil in this Section. Fri irn and must the British Empire is under the direct supervision of a .v,.�?T in a a a run a a Usu. The Deal also puts or. Howard in Tik world Safe for prohibition i he first Point of attack according nursing committee of the chapter. Tation in Sumter county this week a South a Georgia the old world and the to Cherrington. Lent Canada is dry now Quot he said. Quot we this Van sum will come from the of Quot campaigns in Scotland o d sources. Says Cherrington South Africa and Australia. Set the ,.me Aimont to launch an a vastly interested in prohihi��?~1�?~c in to Church congregations and Tion while South Africa has repeater Jimi i in hikers everywhere. Idly asked our assistance. With will educate officials. These countries dry we will be Able tie True s Campaign of Law in we Hope to Force parliament to make the whole United kingdom dry Quot to Reform is pane. I the key to the Orient is Japan the league holds and hence will spend 14. ,000 in Japan in 1920 and a much larger amount in 1921 and the following in Etc years to convert Ilie nip ponese to prohibition this committee will doubtless make where they have Contr Ete. Work for a p a Quot a a a action toward which he the year a it a a Quot off Finuf rapidly for tevet my miss Beulah Pennington. A f. A a a a ing a few years ago with t Pennington and Watson Wicker were a a her than Energy and Yuesu. At mrs. Emma Williams a a. Has acquit cd this Large Andersonville Friday evening a it of valuable land All of which he a farming by modern methods. At will require according to a in stun. $16.235.000 in the next year. This Money Wilt be spent ii no. Federal and Sute officers in acting liquor Law violators in _ Ming Public official until they whisky Selling is As much a As theft or murder Quot and in a a Yoda showing the evils of i and the advantage of absolute enforcement. Novel Means of propaganda i or a to $40.000 a year. This will in by folding prohibition a a a in Quot to among trave Lertg salesmen May in turn spread it a a the business men they meet. To invade Lalin Ane Rice. Quot interests Are establish a breweries and distilleries in a a says Cherrington. L mls the it totes and to entice citizens country to their strongholds. A h reason and also because the Rte Blics of the Western hemis 7, to the United Sutea As a a of government the league Jpn and 16.860.00 carrying an a of a Tipa Ign in Central and South and the West indies in the some punic announcement so soon As they have formulated the general outline of the work to be undertaken during the immediate future. The chapter urges the car nest co operation of the people and that you do Nat hesitate to Call t Elizabeth do Quot glad a a Udia Ster pm a a a a it time he has under con upon miss Flenner or report to her hens were Ristom to amerlis a Quot farm one of the Fin saturday afternoon. Washington. Jan. 28.�?investigation of the cause of the disabling of the transport Powhatan at sea is being made by the official Board sitting at new York. The Powhattan was towed into Halifax yesterday. The War department said reports regarding bolshevik activity by members of the Powhattan screw or others aboard the ship thus far had been proved without foundation. Cecil Gebbett former s. A. L. Chief Here Dies misses Bessie and Eula Kitchen concerning matters in her line of work for the present her Headquarters will be in the red Cross a. A i Vry a a a Quot Quot a Misa Dannie Wicker of Mont Cru spent the week end Here with Post Offlee building. Quot Stephen Pace. Mia Flenner i a graduate of the i South Side irn Spital of Pittsburg. For 1 at five it years. This is in addition c to be pent in Sontz a r -.,a the eur eyes in Maslon a a re. Of course we will Coop a a the two nary worker Quot the people of the United states i eleven years she was connected with must be Matle to understand that the i the Pennsylvania department. Of or it amendment was Only one big i health and later for a to me with the step Quot Cherrington declared. Quot our new York state department of health friends i am glad to say Are rapid and recently in child Hygiene work in in accepting this new and wider the anti Saloon league has no interest save those of prohibition Cherrington insists. Not after tobacco. Comforti and Modem conveniences of the City Hornet. New York City. Wonhi Edaco Liomel her work for the present in sum a county will be largely due Alonsi and experimental. She will a oper ate with or. B. F. Bond coun Quot we have never raised our voices i health officer and the City health olb against tobacco a he declared. A it has never been mentioned in our conferences. The Rumor that the league planned a Campaign against the cigarette was started by Over zealous prohibitionists not affiliated with the league and kept afloat by liquor interests an Lou to Emba Rasa us. We not Only by the leaders of nu.loon league must the hemisphere be dry if pro lbs to be s Success in Tbs United but so Long As there u liquor a nor part of the world Preu. P in the United Ste Lei la Mee have no politics interest except to see that men Are elected who will enforce the dry Law and no interest in free speech or labor except a free speech involve the question of liquor and insofar a labor is affected by so while the Dirge for the late lamented John Barleycorn stir echoes in the Ball of Congre and than it is the most prolific source of vaudeville humor the anti Saloon league Holda out its band for $6tm0,000 to pay for a five Oreor Wake to Moke air John does t Homo to life my to ear of to m vials assisting in school physical exp a a a the Horai of defective pupils to Aust the parents in correcting the defects pointed out by the examination reports. She will also be at the sen Rice of the pub tic at All times for Calls for advice or assistance and it h expected that. The Public use her services since Aho b Here to serve the Public. The county nurse Iduix b a product of the broadened Field of aet laity of the american bad Croaa. Hereto fore the activities of or. And in it. J. D. M. Wicker. Mrs. R. H. Stubbs and George Stubbs were in Andersonville Friday afternoon. Watson Wicker spent Days last week in Athena att ending the Short course at the state College of agriculture. I Beulah Pennington a Mem. Ber of the faculty of Oglethorpe a a a a a a a a a a a a Quot a school rent the week end Here with her father. W. J. Pennington. J. D. M. Wicker is attending City court in Oglethorpe this week. Mrs. Settle Walker who was ill week a about Well again to the Delight of her Many friends. Suffers bad Cut in fall Down stairway Charles u. Rogers manager of the Windsor hotel is nursing a badly Cut wrist resulting from a fall Down a stairway to the rear of the hotel several nights ago in which his hand was thrust through s pane of Glass. Twenty eight stitches were required word a been received Here of the a Cath in Florida of Cecil Geb butt formerly Well known Railroad Man of Americus. Or. Gebbett was at one time general manager of the Seaboard from Savannah to Montgomery with Headquarters Here. The following dispatch from Savannah tells of his death and burial Quot the funeral of or. Cecil Gebbett the Well known Railroad Man. Who died in Sanford fla., saturday night took place in Savannah monday. It a largely attended by the friends Ansley that he would break dirt the morning were on hand to see the dream of Sumter county for a year actually under Way. Learning of the plan several citizen interested in the project were also present the Mission Ora present besides or Ray were messes. Oliver Poole and Sut Ham. Among the citizens were d. R. Andrews prof. J. E. Mathis col. J. E. D. Shipp. E. J. Eldridge r. P. Suck House Lovelace eve and w. S. Kirkpatrick. Coviel Camp moved. Yesterday the convict Camp had been moved by or. Annecy a a direction from Chambliss store near the River in the 28th District to Wheatley a Woods about Midway of the three mile Road project. The arrangement of the Camp was Well completed yesterday and everything prepared for breaking of dirt at 9 . Engineer Shirley Buda ass sunt to Der lion Engineer Caye and Oliver Ray he Helper were on the Job to Seo that the surveyors Sukes set some time ago were in place. At the last minute it was found that some of them had been misplaced and there Wae a delay of More than an hour while the Linen were re established. The work was arted at the East end of the project and Wilt move toward Americus. At the Point where the work started about two inches of top surface was Ukon off a gang following the picks and shovelling the loosened Earth to the Saldee where it will be used for building up the Hulder of the pavement. Aadu Malerbi oreo. It is the purpose of or. Ansley to begin hauling the slag which b in riving by the train Load at once placing it where it will be used. The Wilt Neces site no extra handling of the material As it will be hauled from the cars directly to the project and dumped ready for the steam Roler. Four inches of this slag will be used As the base of the pavement to to of the deceased. Or. Gebbett was Lvi a Rock and hot actively engaged in Rahro Dirig in a Pelt Georgia and Alabama for Many years. He was associated with the Central the Seaboard air line and other roads occupying real Waible positions with them All. Re had been living in Florida during recent years. He made a great Success in Sanford As a grower of being without a toward at the time. Or. Rogen we attending to some of the duties of the Steward be at night. Owing to do required 9 hours to make 130-mile trip a machine known As a scarified which will tear of the present hard surface of the roads to be paved Haa been bought and when delivered will do the work now required to be Dona by hand with picks. This will release for Ether hand work a considerable number of men now digging up the Road in the preparatory work. Teachers to be Guereta. At rotarian a dinner .1.106, while. D,�.endln� a he i a a we a Tain to Molock the or a month j Puzo a who la i . Poh. Top from the around a Oor for the , punt i a f a a a a a a a a it a a a a Soin it a rats ishm i a Quot Quot a Iso a notes. They leaving there at .5 j a clock dinner in the u i ii Iii Boney leaving Mere at i message from Man a l pm. And reaching the Arles Planta scouted by american ��&Quot&Quot��?o5.appeal. Organ Tion have been directed to Relief work in wars and Dlante or in a Harley Auer now its work embrace it the whole Pogue. It b teaching Anmie health in its broader Send it b it to show and twin people Ami Tad ovoid the Nee. Erity of to Oer Koo of the phome. In. Assam for loan to starving Quot and 1 want to say it was raining i i every foot of the Way a was or. New took . 28.�?thoro he 1�? or o report of the trip. Quot web on .0 u.u.p.1 . With a we Tea in amorim Wurm or. E. E. W. An Dorim Rohlof in Elneor of Tho Temdio corp Nipoti of Amory of. In dlr Iii Iii Todd a Teri Oai Wir Olom lip Nab Dok told re Omir in London by Signor Mereoni. A Pontod ten App Talon thin than Nta mar com. From Othor dont Wimin today Skod 8�r..�?~ a Oum to nuke not brr ippol to Eon. To. Appeal for authority for a loan of _ Hundred and fifty Luliona to Pound Austria and Armenia to relieve the desperate food situation in those noun tried. The president wrote Tho Secretary that it waa to him that the United states should Winheld Tom the striven people Ofey on tabs tha Aab Tanee Ucb co _ a re dared bar Zaung available a along the Best we could through the mud and or. Calhoun and or. Criner Are intending most of their time at the pm station now a Tumang Here about once a week. They will move their families there later. Tea room. A Nui tiber of other guests Abo will enjoy the evening a a fun. Will enjoy Tho evenings fun As the b rotary s monthly ladies night at which All of the Roumian Athor wires and friends meet for a Good dinner and lots of fun. Invitation has been wired to Frank Reynolds of the Georgia Auto i bile also estion. To speak at the Din. Ner. Or. Reynolds Haa been requested to discuss the proposed state Bond Issue which is of so much intercut to All Geo guns a proposition Wuehr if carried through will Realise at once on Tho state automobile tax to the extent of making $40,000.000 Avail by in Medb Tely to build hard faced Arete Uff Bwana throw about Corgia

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