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", DEDICATED TO THE UPBUILDING AND ADVANCEMENT OF CLINCH COUNTY Vc,!ume 43, Number 7. Homerville, Clinch County, Georgia, Friday, January 7, 1938. Established in 1894 p llv- o, Mr. . L,dia ere. Wo,,P,o . JUBGE T C Com [1 NEWSY PARAGRAPHS Ill Hears Last Call On Route tll S.ORT PARAGRAP.S O, NTERE, CONC RNNG OU. tli ESTEEMED RESIDENT OF LA-'I* ,, Wl.ELY KNOWN SOUT. GEOR. raG.WAY I NIER COUNTY D ED LAST I/ .EC.SORS STATE AND NATION {1; G,AN SE erRED AT To KELAND .VmS m. CT NIGHT IN HOSPITAL J~ ___ '1 BLUFF TOMORROW J[ LINE LONG DISTANCE ! .... ! -- Thomas C. Conine, well.known The city of Jesup has imposed a[ Mayor Jnhn S. Stamps of MeRaei Mrs. Lydia Stone Crev/~ 73, one tThe state highway eonvict f~rces f land highly-esteemed eitizen of the m~anicipal auto tag tax for 1938. and Coumcilmen C. A. Ryals, S. F.. of the most nicturesque characters in l I have been making rapid headway Jn . . l - - clearing and grading the new state Mud Creek dmtmct of Lanier county, The rates will vary, $3.00 and up. ,Hunt and R. L. Morehead were all Geor da, familiarly known as "the formerly Clinch c~unty, died in a' -- Ire-elected'for two-year terms at the! Queen of the Okefenokee" died at' highway from Homerville westward Valdosta hosnital~ last. night about l~ The new $65,000 postoffice bt~ild-I~ recent McRae municipal electlon last!l he-, hom-~ at Race,,ond~, , twentv~- one!, to Lakeland. Work has now progress midnight following a short illness l ing at Sylvester, has been completed month ,~i ...... th ~ ~ ~..no t v , _ _ , ............... f .. ao~r .... edna. ed to a point almost to Lanier county from pneumonia. He was taken to: It was occupied December 1st. Syl.-i I Mrs. Crews, an extensive land-lline in the cutting down of trees and the hospital only Wednesday, dying l vestians appear to be very pnoud of Wm. R. Steed]co and Sanborn J. -wner has been en~a~ed for many ~ .. , ~-o _[underbrush, while stumps have been Lastmger each received a three ye { h to live Thursday night. A heart attack has- 't it. -. ~ : years in t e naval s xes and " -[ pulled and the r~ad graded to a point tened death. ~ ...... ~probatmn sentence m the United stock business under her own direct five or six miles west of where the Mr. Conin.e was. born and rearedl The negro high school in Thomas-/ States District Court at Waycross supervision. Her b~me at Racepond road intersects with Highway 38 two in the 5fud Creek district of Clinch iville was burned to the ground re-I two weeks ag~o for making moonshine is located in the center of widespread and one-half miles west of Homer- ,county and was about 55 years old, l cently. It was practically covered by[ liquor, timberlands" which" had come to be' villa. : and had spent his enth'e life in that insurance. It was built in 1931 and[ 'recognized as the Lyria Stone Crews] Engineers were reported to have district He was elected County sur-i was valued at ~40,000. I Dr. C. A Greer was re-elected domain. It extended into the famous! sought a direct line or the road from l.veyor of Clinch county in 1914 serv-I mayor of Oglethorpe for his 26th Okefenokee Swamp, including a sec-lwhere it begins 2 or three miles ing until 1921, having been cut off' Hill's ~~iiton was] successive term last week, He has tion of the famous Cowh~use Island west ~)f town, to where it intersects into Lanier county in 1920. During recently destroyed by fire of unde-ithe record for continious service in a portion of which recently has~beenlwith the present Lakeland-Pearson the ma or's office of any i~wn in t tes v l recent years he had been employed termined origin, entailing a loss of . .Y .. _ . _ acquired by the Uni ed Sta go - highway in the Mud Creek district~ much of the time in surveying work $6000. The two-story building which the state, uglethorpe is ~he county- ernment for a game refuge, fit is understood the road intersects by Mr. A. K. Sessoms and his c~)m- it was located in was damaged a- site of Macon county. She had lived an out-doors life, with that highway within sight of the panics, and was connected with the bout $3000. and was devoted to the timber area Alapaha River. The direction is al- G. Dickermn c c. c Camp at HomerviUo for a-,l a Contrary to the promise made in which she lived. Only during the most due east and west. bo.ut two years up to a year or so Camden county negroes had local people here last summer the past several years had she been re-1 The new road will open up quite I ago l largely-attended county fair at St. Rural Post Roads division ~f the tarded in her activities by advanced Ja new territory in Clinch county to Juu ei Mr C~nine was regarded by all Marys three days during December. State I-Iighway Boar& has decided age and ill health. For several n'~nth~ highway pe.netration As Tun, it goes I who knew him as a very hon.orable, A great many exhibits indicated, to pave the post road from Barwick she had been confined to her home by the vld George Cornelius place HIMSELF AS JUDGEr upright man in whom everybody had great cultural advances among the to Pavo as its fi~:st project. Bids have and within the past two weeks she (now abandoned and growned up in OF CITY COURT OF i coufidence He was a member cf the colored people of that county !been advertised for. The project is! publicily acknowledged that she had pine trees), and on by through a Masonic lodge at Homerwlle, where t four mh~ ,~..~ and ~s t~ be pavedl become a convert of the Christian part of Mr. Lewis Lee's field in sight VALDOSTA " " " ....... "~" " ' he received his degrees in 1910. Paving has ~t last been commencedI at an estimated cost of $3~t',000'. I zinc., ~:~-~o~t~vg t~at her letter be of his home,. Continuing westward it G~)vernor RivOrs i today named Members of this lodge will conduct i on the highway from Valdosta south .... ~ placed in the [~l:~!ob C~ngregational! C/,o~Ses Suwannooehee Creek and runs dge R. G. Dickerson to succeed,the funeral rites at the burial which to the Florida lib% on the road tel Hen. W. L. Miller, Chairman of Methodist, church, through the Rev. by Prospect Church, running between nself as judge of the City Court~I will take place Saturday morning llIMadison, Fla. It is locally known asI the Highway Commiss'~. says thst W. L. ~weat, past~r. She also ex-]the church and Mr. Warren Mobley's Valdosta and at the same time~a, m. at Arabia Cemetery. l the Clyattville road. Pavi~g was due it is the board's policy and purpose pressed the hope that she might es-llmme running through his field. It nted George L. Converse as solici- i Surviving are the widow Mrs. Lu- t~ have commenced two months ago to complete all federal-aid road pay- I tablish a church in her memory, in t continues on by Mr. I. D. Dickerson's to succeed Hamilton Burch. i cretin Tomlinson Conine (daughter but was held ttp in Atlanta over some ing in Georgia by the end of 1938. the Racepond community, farm to the Lanier county line. The appointments are for four- of the late D. V. Tomlinson), and difficulty with contractors. There now remains only 456 milesI '~ ~ tombstone ] The pre~ent road from Homerville ar terms. " t~he ;followiv~g children: Rufus V. . t of roads unpaved entitled to federal Some years ago Mrs. Crews, ben! to Lakeland, better known as the Senat,~r L. L. Patten of Lakeland,!Conine of Hazlehurst, James and ReD R W Waterman has resigned laid. Mr. Miller said they plan to l fore her second marriage, gave a i Homerville-Sirmans public road, will senting the sixth district, of. Clyde Conine who are unmarried, the as~rate of the Ba tist Ch~rchipave eight hundred miles this year. !order for her tombstone, and thelnot be abandoned after the highway . . P P , Lowndes county is a part, said Mrs. Elsie Branch wife of EthrIdge at Kingsland, and m~ved to Folks- beautiful marble slab, properly in-t is c~mpleted but will be maintained the appointments would be con- ~. Branch of Mud Creek district, Mrs. to,, where he has taken un the pus- ] Miss Hazel Wilcox of Douglas,/scribed with only the date of her! as a county public road. ~d ~oy the Senate tomorrow Thelma Sirmans wife r~f Tully Sir-! for'ate o~ the Bantist Church there, was killed Monday last week when! death to be filled in, has attracted1 ~e naming of Judge Diekersont roans of Mud Creek d~strlct, Mrs. At. Kin~land he has been succeeded the car in which she was riding w~th~ widespread attention in a local mar- DOCTOR HUEY II~PROVING Mr. Converse ends a period of Lizzie Studstill wife of sh riff J. F. t,,, ~, ~ ~r Oam,~bell of Baxlev, her brother Edison Wilcox, collided ble yard. Friends of Dr. H. G, Htt~ are de- ttion in Valdosta as to who i Studstill Jr., of Lanier county, and ...... -~, Mercer ~raduate on the Pearson-Douglas highway these~" ~ " ~ ........... v ~ " ' Inscribed on the stone are ~hghted to know that he is i~K~,oving be named Ior these two places, l Mrs. Avie Lee wife of M. C. Lee of ~ ~-"~" "~ " ~. with a~0ther car dkiven by George I words. "Sacred to the memory ofI at the Riverside Hospital, ~aeka0n- it was generally expected that Clinch county. M,~ ~---~-~** ~itohell one of Tanner . She was a student nurse in ! Lydia A Stone, B.~rn June 27, 1864. I ville, Florida, where he is under the Dicl~ers~n would be named o. Tho~'masvi~l'e"s'~most "beloved women, Columbus and was returning home~! Died ................. Oh may the God in care of specialists. succeed himself, there was a dis- REC~ENT BI~RTHDAYS was killed in an automobile collision for the holidays; her brother had Heaven be with us is my humble Dr. Huey was taken ill a few days over the solicitor and there at least four applicants for the Hun A. J. Gibbs, Clinch county's the Thomasville-Boston road Tuesday met her at Pearson at the 4 o'clock prayer. The Lord give~th and the Lord ago while sitting at his desk in his efficient tax-collector, celebrated his night of last week: The car in which train and was taking her home. taketh away. Blessed be the name of private office after liaving just re- she with her husband and same guests the Lord." turned aleut three o'clock from a In view of the fact that the Janu- 70th' birthday on Christmas Eve with in their home, were rding, was hit The recent Telfa!r county grand Bn,iness Woman late lunch. " Mrs Crews often related that she term of the City Court is ached- a gathering of several relatives at a, ,d t~ convene next Monday there fine birthday dinner. For many years] by a ear with only one light driven I Jury complains oz ~ne ~enaency ~be an'her business career as a young After several weeks rest. Dr. Huey b~ a ne~,ro Mr Mitchell was al~t utterly disregard the Sahbatli-day. g " will return to Homervllle and ex- d been considerable difference of Mr. Gibbs has been in the public ser-],~_ 2L-- "., _" ........... a~edl Many'people pay no attention to the c~:~' ::he: hT, afa~he;ol2V: I culdlher"a[pects to open thecHuey Hospital. hurt Erie Of;nor OCCUpet-~~ l~ inion as to whether or not JudgeI vice, first becoming clerk ~f the su-iin.ur, sanctity of the day or to the law, Ckerson and Solicitor Burch could pe~ior court in 1908, afterwards~, J ~" land the grand jurors point out that have the money I made off'n 'era."! LEGISLATURE RE.CONVENED In tw~ ears t~me, w~th the money We since their terms expired on:serving as postmaster and becoming: ~,o ~e---owneri the continued violation ~f the day , Y " ' ] The state legislature reconvened ~orge t~. ~owe m ~ new . .. ..... ; ;Camber I0. ! tax-collector six years ago. ~ ,.~;~ ............ ~ ~h~ nnxlev~ ..... New.~- _Ran-l, carrms w~th a tram. ot otner ewes., she saved from her small livestockl,~ ms~' .......... monuay, January ~ru., ~o con- ...,,Many attorneys had held the Another prominent citi~,en w';~--. ....... x* - os eel~ awhil~ back to him, 1 They also complain of the prevalence~ mvestment" _ she bought 45 acres oz~.~ tznue" their" extra sessmn" and efforts Znlon, that witlmut new appoint-, became seventy years of a~e recen':' hv U L Cox --rior to the latter s' and evils of the slot-machine con-I land adirt cheap." She acqmredI to revamp Georgia's tax system and .~nts no January term could bells Mr. W. H. Hunter who was 70 ini- " ." .- ..P .... -~:traptions all over the county tthousands of acres of timoer lanu, ~ ......... ld. But with the appointments November Mr. Hunter has been a: recent neath, i~r. l~owe ~s ~ne ~w~n ~ ' . . ..... :, to prov~oe several mnnons o~ eel- s lVl~,ethodist circuit-rider t/reacher, I and in her own word, never mneritecil lars extra revenue required to fin- tde it is understood that the jury i resident of Clinch county practieallyl ~ v;~t .... +-~a,-le,, ,ith his Mrs. D. F. McDuffie is visiting, an acre^__.~_~,^~o~,th~,a, nceGeorgza,s,,NewDeal:Present r the term will be drawn immed-!all his life and r.~w lives on RouteI~':~. ...... : ..... ?-2: ~'~ #-'" " "terMr and Mrs J J Murray in Way-! e ~ .... er -astor He iscross Both Mrs. McDuffie and Mrs . ly by Judge D~ckerson and thati 1, and his children are all grown and,father in the 18~os when tne ia~ .... court term will open on MondaYlmarried and have become honorable:was ass]gnea ~n e as p . , erI ~--~-in" *he --eo-le of Baxle,, and Murray hved m Chnch county ov scheduled, i and upright men and women. ! ..... ~ -~ Y ~" . .... " forty'years Mrs. McDuffie's husbandl Judge Dickerson and Mr. Converse l At a recent meeting of the local lAppling counuy a zlne ember, was~in~ Dusiness" " at Argyle in the b~)th in Atlanta today and couldi Iod~e of Masons both of these hen- The State Bank of Kingsland, hasl 1880s, and after leaving here they:year 1849. He had been with the~races to get it. be reached for statements, i orable citizens received congratula-] went to Alabama where Mr. Mc-! forces that drove the Indians fromI DEAT-H--OF L~'TTLE CHILD Judge Dickerson was named to thei finns ~)n reaching their 70th birthdayI let the contract for the building of Duffle died some years a~o: Shelthe Okefenokee, she related, t eh by former Governor Talmadgel which exempts them from further, a new bank building. They recently attended the recent 50th wedding Cattle and pine tre*es she consid- ~ Little J. l~.~ Staivey, Jr., the five- had served one term of four years! dues, t~ey having never been sus-: pu,rchased a town lot on another anniversary ~f Mr. and Mrs. Murray. ered the best investment possible.! year-o:d son of Mr. and Mrs. J. is the son of the late Judge R. pended for the lon~ years they havei street from where they are now lo- in Waycro'ss; they having been mar-I "I always said I could make $5 outi I~va,nkl;n Stalvey of ~e Mv,gnolia Dickerson and Mrs. Dickerson of been Masons The NEWS joins with' cdted, and will build there. Since ried in Clinch county in 1887. i of every $1 I could get my hands ~n.' district, died at the Little-Griffin- Cwen-Sanders Hospital in Valdosta, 4 .. ~. The family is prominentl " " "n ' 1912 when the bank was organ- . . I she once sazd "I believe anybody can their brethren and frfends m hop] gl ~outh Georgia Ifor both of them many more yearsiized it has been doing business in ..... ..... " ....... Tuesday night after a weeks illness [~e has lived in'Valdosta and prac-i the building it is now in On Railroad[ fierce county's representative nas ~x zneyre care~ux ann.trot axral~l ox of pneumonia. The funeral and Avenue, but the new building wil]l had a bill asse~ by the legislature work." Her idea of sawng money was ~urial ..... t the ~-~t~, (~em~ter,, ed law here and else where for a lamng us! . o i be x)n Lee Street. I abolishi'ng the Tax Commissioner's to buy more land and more eazzm. Wednesda~ afternoon the services Patten Seeks ' " tuber of years. During his firstI ob and re creatinthe offices of i She was over szx feet ta~[l, and per- _ . - . : : ....... J " g , ...... i beln~ conuuceea by ~lder J~OIKS l~ux- mAn~h~ b;onChth: he~ibe:n~ hlnghly, i tax-r~ee~er and tax-c:o~lector. A! formed the duties of wooos riser ana~ ford r vacancy in the Tax Commissioner's l manager of her properties untxlt m:~ ~l~ ~, ......... " h,.ic, ht. 1;~1. ., in which he conducted his court i New District' Mrs C roline Miller, d vorced ithi short time of her death ..................... ~ ......... wife of Will D. Miller of Waycross, office wa~ ~bout tn be filled in a w n a ~ " I fellow, and his'death bnought much twr. Converse a member of one of and author of the famous book s ecial election set for this mo~t~ ' H'er only immediate surviv:Jr ts , ,, ,, P l . . sadness and sorrow to a large c~rcle ,ldest and best known familie~ in" SENATOR FROM SIXTH DISTRICT Lamb in His Bosom , ]~ss taken l)ut on bein notified ~f the legisla her husband, J MiltonClews Shei ' ' e H Ra of ~ "~ " " " of friends of the family and rein- oats, is president of the Junior! PREPARING TO ASK SENATE !another husband, Clyd y five act Ordinary Davis called off. had previously been married 1:: nber of Commerce and also a~ TO SUPPORT AMENDMENT Waynesville, N. C. Mill~e~.~h:a: the election and issued a call forI Funeral services wiil be held Wed-lzves" (~ her of thecity council, havmg! .___ [taken another spous . "" another election for receiver and col-, nesday at 12 o clock, noon, at theI -- ~,-------------- Senat~ L L patten, of Lakeland,, was broken up by domestic t~oubles e h n " i i B uff emeter i * ~tly been nominated for a sec-I .... i - '_ "~ , "~ lector to b old ext month. A lo,~i graves]den n gh 1 C y,,Senator Given _ term on that body. I said in Atlanta today that he is pro-I two or three years ago after she oe-I strin~ of candidates appears to be;one mile from Schlatterville. TheI ~ w. ~ ~-~ .., He has been practicing law in Val-i sta and South Georgm" for several~'pa:m~2i~t~:ka~p~oS:da~cllttoSUpp::et ~m: bfrai~:~ittT:eb:;ss~:d~]vOfed?~ loommgrctrl egep:n : oeotc :ckCrews home l'llgh l ecogmtlon ars. I which would change the territ'.)rial, The bO~y of Mrs. Ma~y l)eu wm.~esI Rev. W. L. Sweat ,~f this city e~-~('T~r~ ~f~ J~('~gOl*4 r)AY Friends x)f Judge Dickerson, a::I an additional senatorial district tween them I . ~ ........ I The rites wilt be conducted by the,~_~,a,e ~,n~ q~tZATOR ~-~Converse are awaiting th=,r -i ~ , i ~of Moils, was ~found on the roadside .... n~ ...................... rn from Atlanta tomorrow morn-i line.~ of three district in this part_~ ~e late, lamented~ ',Lee Branch j~,~r mit,~ rece~tb, A corr.er'sI -W. L. Hmson and Company is ~ ADDRESS IN MONTGOMERY of the state, including the Sixth, of .~ ~. i+man was a nast'nresident of] ...... :'". "'./"., . ': . ~charge ot arrangemems. ! to extend congratulations._ , , ..... _ ........ I-~ ~ , " ~ ~ ,I jury reaches a vermc~ r, nat she naa l w~,~r^-- v .... nal tterald~ - ..~ ,, . wmcn ~ownaes is nuw a [,ar~. the Georgia Bar Association,ano~ ..... :**..~ ...~.;A~ ~. .... ~ .... ~ .... ~l ---....~ .... o~,, - (Georgia r~ews ~ervice~ --Valdosta Times. Mr Patten said that t~e Sixth dis-'- " n ': ............ u ~ ................... ~,.-~,,, . ~ ~ . ~---~-~-~o----- I" " ' - also first pres~dent~ of the Quatma ]~.~. ..... ~.~--.~1 ~-'~~r~- ~, ~..,~th~ o~,c*'t'e~ .,~eve- -- ~ Chairman James A. Farley, of the tract, which he represents, ~s at pres-I e w , ~ J CARD OF THANKS . Rotary Club. H as a former mem-~ ....e, .... ;~,.~ ~ at1~+~ h,~dln~ Democratic Natmnal Committee, has [UNKEN DRIVER t "~ ................................... , ........ ~ - , ent comprz ed ~f five counties I h 1 eth of GUILTY OF MURDER'~ " . " ..... -~ her of the l~gislature (1904-5) and la very re~nonsible nosition, until the~ We wm to take th s m od . i designated SensOr Walter F. George t~amer, l~own(~es, ~errmn, Ecnols ann last summer was appointed by Gov-! ...... =* ~'~.--i.~istratio'~ .... into i thankivg all of our friends for the~ of Georgia, to represent the Democra- - T ~ !Cook, be called attenti.on to the fact ernor Rivers as a member of the] ~owe~.'~w~en' she was ]ai~t"'off andl many encouraging words and deeds tic Party as the principal speaker at he State Supreme O)urt has held:~ that forty-one of tl~e other 52 dis-newly-created State Board of Edu-i ~ ~ ~," v-r- ~es~onJent' ever, of kindness extended to us in thei the Jackson Day dinner in Montgom- ~tanaut~obilistwhoeausesdeathltrict,~ include only three couuties, ication and at their first m~eting waS'lsince~.'"~urvlv'in ~are~er'm.~t~er ar~d!!,~ng illness and death of our be- cry, Alabama. ' dangerous driving or wl~ile drunk,I He proposes t~) take countms from, elected vice-chairman, i a dau- bter ~" ' " j loved husband and father,' and mayl TbJs selectibn of the senior senator ~guflty of murder. The decision waslthe Sixth, Seventh and Eighth dis-i " l ~ " G'od's ric]~e~ blessin~s r~st withlfrom Georgia is one of the highest ~ne case of Braxton Jones, La.urens: " , . I , . , ~. ' tracts and forms ~m~x 53~d dmtmct I each of ou m our smcere wmh " .... ~ , e' ' Y b~)nors that could be conferred upon , ~ ~ J M A hle~ for many yeaIs th n.ty negro, who while drunk and This wou.d include Brooks, Cook, i ' ..... ": ,~ The new V~nsti,t~tional ame~d-~ MRS. tI. C. SHAW, thim at this time.,by the Democratic ~g on the left side ~f the road!Echols and Lanier. well-known and t:~)pular Secretary OZ;ment permitting; w;dows wha wore l ' AND CHILDREN~ xr=,;.~o1 ~0mmi'ttee and evidences a couision with a truck causlng~ At present the Seventh district the Valdosta Chamber of Co " married to Confederate so]dier~ n ] ~ " death of Claude Williams, the comprises Brooks, Thomas and was almost instantly killed on thelprior 1920 ~o dI'aw pensions hashad~ ~H-EL~R--~H---- tuhe.hi..gh ets::de~,n~lhi.?-he-~s:v~ld driver. The jury had form(t. Grady counties, while the Eighth in-I Monday afternoon after Cbr,stma~ the necessary "enabling act" enact-~. ! a~n~n~rati0n ................. I guilty qf murder and ~iven him cludes Mitchell, Miller, Seminole and when his car turned over r~ the Va]-I ed by the legislature no,,, in session, ~e,,t ~unda~, morni,~, ~n,~ ~ic'ht~ ~- ' * - .... ~-sentence. The hi qh court up- " t ......... . ~ ~ - ..... i ...... ~ - -~ ...... ~ 2,nnouncemca~ ann has ~een mane Decatur. - i deal:a-Jasper m~nwayas ne and n,~s ~nd these widows will begin draw!n~'i we will have regular monthly ser-i from Elberton by D. D. Saunders, Jr. the conviction. Tl~e decision is~ If ad.~pted, the consUtutional a- wise were re~urmn~ ~rom a ~ni'~st-their pensions bea~nning with this vices at Bethel Baptist Church ten lSecretaTv of' the Elberton Chamber :):~ ~ant in legal circles in that it mendme~t proposed by Mr. Patte~, mas visit to their daughter, Ers"~month. About sixteen huvdred wi-'mile~ south ~rf Homerville. We willief Comme~q~ tha~.,Senator Ge~)rge for the first time in Georgia wc,~ld leave the Eighth district withi Vicent, at Winter tIaven, ~,'la. ~ne~dows willthere by be added to the have Rev J.-J. Dempsey as visitinglwill speak at the afinual banquet of udenee that a man can be con-: Miller, Seminole and Decatur, and car turned turtle when a tire blew~ ~tate's Fension l o'll, doubling the minister, "and "hope that man will o~ murder under such circum-I i . , ,~ . , is , " i . " Y i that organization at seven p. m. make the Seventh comprise Mitchell, l out. Mrs. Ashley was pam~uny DU~ state s pension bill. The ~ension billl come and worship with us at both; Friday, January 14th, at th~ Elbe~- Ite~ctofore the law has been~ Grady and Thomas "counties. I not seriously hurt. He had been sec- has been amounting to $48 000 per services. 1 ton High School : endanl could be guiltv cf no~ . , . . , . , only Lowndes and Bellmn countms (~m ie ce fm twenty five years about 88 000 00 me ,tbl W A TAYL e ,crime than manslaughter i The Sixth.wuld thus,,, be left with ,,'*~ary " " i " :: "f his 'hme'twn.- chamber, l'$''f month; it will here~ftern y.amunt to [' FOLKS./'. ttUXFORD,oR, Cl rk iPastr[ Subscribe for the NEWS'^ : ~ -