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Why uJu <Kw« ?
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S4O Mrs# Ml. Rftft* in t*ii— (#»* Mint
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at a atiwp *b?wi as (* r ß long-
•aid 'You r»a or* that. U’a a lorkr ,
"Sara anoagk. i ia«l two tali # .
the s>< rniog tad earii anted me a
“I waa a boat to y.tk< a meateran
dum of tom* Hat I bad bought wbM» 1
my frtcsd approsrh*d and osid:
" 'Hero, taka tbia prneil tad lot m«*
have mine a gala. I've I oat uo every
deal star* I loaned it to
"Sara enough 1 tost on that final and ;
the lurk wrtl bark to the owner of the
W hen you |tt hold of a lucky pen
cil you wimt *o Rteg on to It
“Rom** of (tie hoys fetv* little lucky
peart la not ir»re than an larh lop,. '
and they guard them aa they aouhl
"If you. ihrmah raeelesineaa or ar- ,
eidmt. ranae ih»-m to break the Uad
point thee lo*r whatever regard th -v |
have for you and forever afterward re
sard you aa Inlmlral. Some of them ,
wr-ildr't take five dollars for a little ;
p »re of pearl! worth ctoelderably leas '
than a cmt."
Rucklen’s Arnica Salve.
THE BEST SALVE In the world fnr
Cuts. Bruises. Sores. Ulnars, Balt
Khetim, Fever Borer, Tetter. Charped
Hsnde. Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions and positively cures Piles. ,
or no pay required It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. VPrlce *8 cents per bo*. FOR
BALE BY HOWARD & WILLET.
Forakcr and Lodge are going to New i
York to help Roosevelt elect Van
rich cut glass
NEW LAMPS AND
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Colorado AUdlawd Report
At the annuel meeting of the C 01..-
! m<to llSdSind li til May i «ii»|rnny n Rfi h
i Ri* h**s»i Inal Tumi*v in Drnvff, ftS
p».j cent of th# itmk w«# nit'll.
Th# ifimkltftCl annual report «i» ftp-
I c* vrtl. #n<l the follow In* Injaird of 41-
rlrd-torw rr-*lfclp(l. aft follow#:
Firdertek P. Olit.lt, Jamrw N Jer
vlr, E. Franele Hydr. Charles A. Otia,
iMrit W. Klaiine, Ct.arle* Hoettlchrr.
It Aymar Bend*. Oaurge Shun.an.
James N. Wallace, Charles F. Ayer.
Henry T. Rof.-ra.
This was the brat meeting of the
new company, and the report submitted
was to Jun *O. I**", embracing six
[ months »f the receivership and six j
1 months of (he new comiwny.
During the year there was expended
on maintenance, roadway, structure*
ind equipment While th -re
has l«-en an Increase of over 100,000
tons of freight carried during the year
Ibe mnnage rate per to per mile de
crcased about 1-4 cent per ton. The
physical condition of the property and
equipment has been greatly Improved.
Colorado Midland Strike.
The Colorado Midland strike was the
consequence of “ crew being called out
to take out a three- engine train. The
men claimed that the company made
an agreement some time ago not to
run thiee-englne trains, and no crew
would respond to the call. ,
It Is lieiieved that the trouble will
be quickly adjusted. If not, a general
Strike of the freight crews may be de
clared. The strike now Involves about
50 men. The passenger business has not
The St. Louis Southwest.
At the annual meeting of the direc
tors of the St. Louis Southwestern
Railway company held In New York i
Monday morning. Col. H..W. Fordyce
declined re-election s» president for
the ensuing year, and nominated Ed
win Qould, who was unanimously chos
Russel Harding, of the Great North
ern Railroad company, who was elec
ted vice president to succeed Edwin
Gould, Is an unusually capable rail
George Erbeldlng was re-electerl sec
retary. and George K. Warner was re
Briefs and Personals.
General Traffic Manager Clarke, of
the Greta Northern, denies the report
that he is to accept service with the
The St. Louis, Kansas and South
western railroad was sold at auction on
Saturday by Master In Chancery Hi
ram P. Dillon, under a decree of the
United States circuit court, to satisfy
a claim of the Farmers’ Loan and Trust
company of New York, to Samuel Ba
ker. of Hamilton, Ontario, as represen
tative of the creditors, who hold *WO,-
AOU of the company’s bonds.
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anti laitn<« «r# #«rt*ly mwd h y It - Cft#
on Howard A Willrt. drtUNftetft. au»d R«*t
s trial iMittle, 50. , Kegulsr »lse Mr. and
II 00. Every bottle guaranteed, or prlo
BAYNE IN KENTUCKY*
What One of the Papers says of His
The local paper published at Adulrs
ville, Ky., says of Mr. Bayne’s lecture,
"Drones and Dreamers,’’ delivered
there last week.
•Charles J. Bay no Is no ordinary lec
turer and those who did not hoar him
missed one of the linest emertaln
ments that waa ever In our hall. His
lecture was full or rare thoughts, with
pathos, poeiry and prose, interpet aid
quotations from the famous. It was
difficult to tel! the quoted thought
from the original. At tlmrs the audi
ence was soaring high on the wings of
eloquence In the sublime realms of
poetry or rolldrtng amongathe quoted
thoughts from the masters; now
moved to tears by eloquent words of
pathos and then fleeing Into oceans of
mirth over the eloquent description of
some passing Incident. Surely our pe->-
ple were treated to one of the rate
joys of earth."
C ASTOTII A.
B»sr»th» gpllw Kind You Have Always Bought
Librarians of State to (lather In
The convention of the librarians of
the state will be held in Atlanta to
The delegates to the convention will
be royally entertained while In Atlan
ta and several receptions will he ten
dered them by the Atlanta people, and
tonlghljthe history section of the Wo
man’s Club will tender a reception to
the visiting librarians.
Pineapple, Edam and English Dairy
Cheese fresh at Lamkln & Co.’s.
Harold—l really anticipate every
wish of yours.
Gladys—Well, I wish you wouldn’t.
Now anticipate that.—Gallatin Torch.
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ia hr fdwtiiovai «»•. Mo«* Col. A mar
Ivss to V»e* the building ««d v«.tow
mmi of * * t ilege or rnlversHy whicb
will rival Yrl* or Harvard.
Another rbariiabl* plan which Col.
J Aator lias tinder consider at,on la ibe
I establishment of cheap rsmattrant* to
I this city slmll. f In those start' d tn
'isjnd m by the l’rinrt*s» of Wat ». and
for which Sir Th mas 1.l dim, tb* eb.tl
linger for the America's cup. gave
A fin. •ss.irtmewt of finest Csllfsrnla
.fruits received at lotmkln A Cu.’s-
Mow thc 1 IU« Will IV Paid
On# ihum tb** xim#### h hihpil from
th# world'* • »ml Ift
rhsi tb common geopb pnrrktc the
niood and 11 cssute to be sacrlfl. . d hit
war Sti.l to In- used at OthW tlmta to
nuppoft the ambitions of the selfish
sod the powsrful In the conquests
j which subvert democratic principles
mid build up In Ihdl Steal oppressive
military systems nnd government hy
j They understand, moreover. Ihat In
| this country the weight of federal tsx
•Btlon has been landed upon the hacks
' of the poorer clttttsvs, and that the na
tional revenue Is apportioned not ac
j cording to ability to pay, but according
tto the Individual or family • onsump
! t|on of the necessaries as well as the
luxuries of life, it Is. therefore, th ■
• comparatively poor people who are to
j We compelled to pay the piper for this
'annexation dance of certain wealthy
'and Influential interests, and the nion
|(.y that will Ite wrung from them In
I the uani'» of mere nstlonsl hlsnoss
I will go to the uphulld'ng <if a military
power, which will never certulnly Is
, used lo extend iheir llbertle* or lltfir.
livelihood. .ft , !
If the Haanas and Mlklnses and
other syndicate promoters want to
I ring militarism thto the United Stale*,
they should at least Is- compelled to
mc«’ the llnanclal costs, and, What Ih
more, we hellevo they will he so com-
I wiled. Unless every spark of the splilt
of liberty and Justice has been snuffed
out of the masses of the people, tile
present system of indirect taxation
Will be made to give way, as In Eng
land, partially at least, to income and
Other direct federal tuxes, to the end
that the wealth and influence which
an- promoting this revolutionary de
parture shall toe*made to pay for It
and shall bo prevented from Indulging
military and despotic tendencies at j
Die expense of the common people.]
The most sobering law which could he
passed today would be an act repealing
the present war taxes, and substitut
ing therefor taxes on incomes above
s9noo$ 9 noo graded up to an amount equel to.
the present and future war arid mill- j
tary end colonial expenses of the Gov- i
eminent.— HpiInglield Republican.
Shredded Wheat Bis
cuits atT. P. DORIS.
Boarder—Mrs. Ijfashouße, I find it an
utter Impossibility to wipe myself dry
with a small towel ,ilte thiß -
Mrs. Heshouse— Very well; I’ll order
the chambf i malts to bring you less wa
ter. Atlanta Journal.
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01 sUtt CtirUtiftiv i:n«l#o%or lo rUcoa
The annual convention of the
Christian Endeavor of the Star will
!convene In Macon tomorrow, Friday.]
morning, and will be In tension for
The delegate* are beginning to pour
Into the city today, and ll l* expert d
there will l»c five huudred In attend-,
An Interesting program has been ar
ranged for the occasion. Home *>fj
Ih” best speakers In the eottnlry will
address the convention. A movement
to organize the association on a larger,
basis In the state will l»e Introduced,
and It 1» thought that It will be car-'
The election of officers will take
place on Saturday. So far there are
no candidates out. Some of th. En
deavorers In Macon say that Vice
President Oilphant of that cily will be
president u<*xt y**ar.
New Byrun. finest qusltty. In
bulk ami i ana at Lamkln & Co.’s.
Don’t Invest Money In Cuba.
New York, Oct. 24.—Hon. Robert P.
Porter, sent to Cuba by President Mc-
Kinley as specie I commissioner to ln
veatlgate tariff Condition* in that Is
land. said to a reporter today: "Both
aa a commission*!* and a business man.
I strongly auvlsc against many Invest
ments In Cuba at present. Or, to be
more conservative, I would say that
Intending Investors should h* very
careful. There arc u few Investments,
of which plantation property is one.
that might he profitable: hut Jhai line,
as well as other lines of properties, are
llbely to have questionable titles. In
foci. there are comparatively few
titles ill Cuba that are settled so fai
ns American Investment Is concerned.
The titles are all mixed, and a man
might Just as well buy green goods or
gold bricks as to purchase the same.
The prospects for the success of any
American house that may happen lo
establish a branch 111 Havana are ex
cellent. I say Havana, because the
capital, because of Us location amt
general conditions, Is sure to he the
clearing house of Cuban commerce In
the future under American protection,
as It is now under Spanish adminis
tration. Many or the large houses or
Havana have done more or less of a
smuggling business, hut they have
I ceil forced to dishonest practices
through the smaller houses, which
combined in a smuggling business. Big
American houses that may establish
branches hi Havana will soon put an
end to this smuggling business and
other dishonest practices.’’
New Dutch and Kippered Honings nt
Lamkln 4c Co.'s.
WE TRY TO MAKE FRIENDS
J. B. I SITE t CO, Cliltin Ipifflntt.
Will You Get Left?
There is but one looked-for condition thift
full jn regard to business ftnd that is a most
healthy one. and those who are preparing for
it are the people who will reap the harvest and
all the others will get left. We have gathered
from all the renowned centers immense quan
tities of desirable up-to-date goods running
mostly to novelties in
China. Pottery and Glassware.
They are yours to own at right prices if you
BLIGH’S CRYSTAL PALACE
809 BROAD STREET.
We have a few more of our *9B
Wheels that we will close out at special
prices from $lB to SSO.
We also have a few second-hand
Wheels that you take from $1 I to $25.
The above Wheels must go to
make room for our '99 stock.
We do all kinds of repairing at
right prices and guarantee our work.
We have most complete line of
Sundries and repair parts in the city.
Come and see our Heaters to heat
water for tho Bath Tub.
DEVENEY. HOOD & CO.
Conditions point to rapid selling, now
that the frosty days have come to stay. We
never had a better slonk. We never offered
such reasonableness in price, We never put
more thought or care in selecting. Overcoats
are here for men in all stations in life. The
luxurious Overcoats are here-pienty of them.
The plain and substantial Overcoats are here.
If you wish to pay $7.50 or $35 we can show
the best style and value in town. That’s the
kind of skill that keeps us in the lead.
I. C. Levy’s Son & Co.,
WE ARE ALWAYS BUSY
Supplying choice grades of Lumber to
Builder* and Contractors. Prompt In
the delivery of all orders, and fur
nishing nothing not fully up to grade
Factory and Saw Mill equipped v ith
latest improvements, and organiza
tion thorough In every department.
Prices, Catalogues, Etc., upon ap
DOORS, SASH & BLINDS
Perkins Manifatlnrist Company,