THE MACON DAILY TELEGRAPH: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 19t»
Like a Boy
May Look Pretty
at First Glance,
But will it
LIKE THE BOY—
It all depends on its “raising”
It wasn’t started right,
It won’t go right.
We use more care,
More time in the proper
Selection of Boys’ Clothes
Than in anything else.
There is a Button
Or a Seam
That could be bettered,
We haven’t found it.
A Style made,
Or a Fabric woven,
We have seen it.
And having seen it,
^ What we think
From the best—•
For your approval.
WEARIED OF FREEDOM
GAVE THEMSELVES UP
TWO CHAINOANO ESCAPES RE
TURN TO THE STOCKADE AND
GLAD OF THE CHANCE.
Hupt. of Hi roots Callaway had a
novel experience yesterday.
Ten days mho one , t f tfie white men
escaped from t<ie ctmlngang. arid while
a lookout was kept for him. the su
perintendent know it wax only a mat
ter of a short time when the mun
would Im» before the Recorder, being
a regular attetfdant on that court, and
he would k* t hirn again.
After HUpper Thursday nfgty f ni*
telephone lw-|| rang, and he recognized
th' voire of the missing man at the
other end of the line, pretending not
j to he sui prised. Mr. Callaway ashed
i what he want'd. The reply was that
he was cold, and wanted to give
• hlinseif up. Mr. Callaway told him
' to be at the atoekade early in the
morning, but the man said he wanted
to give up at once, and naked that
the guard at the ntoekadc be tele
phoned to and Instructed to adn>'t
aim. The man was tired of hie abort
traaon of freedom.
Yesterday morning ilr. Callaway
j was met by a man who escaped from
I him three years ago. This man said
that he was tired of living out of
Maron. and that he hud decided to re.
turn und give himself up and fUilrf
taking his rn^db’lnu. It had been so.
long since the man escaped that It j
Monday Night, Oct. 5th
The event of the Hrsson
Jules Murry presents
In The Orest American Play,
“ CLASSMATES ”
Vn. C. Do Mills and Margaret Turn-
Prloee—25©, Me!* 75* $1.00, $1.50
“TRUTH IS STRANGER
they make just as fast as they
make It—and go Into debt besides
—where common sens© tella that
It takes money to live and that
you rsn’t spend th# money and
Why not awake and realise the
necessity of saving part of your
money as you make It before It’s
fitopgtnd ponder, man, then come
We pay I per oent compound In
w© loan money only on First
~ ‘ — “sctirttles.
For Sick Women
Of course, well people don’t need a tonic. But
sick people, and especially sick women, frequently do.
That feeling of weakness, tiredness, or lan
guidness, that seems to make every movement or
thought an effort, is much more than merely dis
agreeable. It is a sign of dangerous weakness, and
should be promptly treated with Wine of Cardui.
Mrs. Annie Vaughan, of Raleigh, N. C., writes:
“I cannot find words to express my deep gratitude
for what your wonderful medicine
Wine of Cardui did for me, for I sin
cerely believe it saved my life.
“I was sick and worn-out, almost
unto death. My sister finally persua
ded me to take Cardui. Before I
taken five (51 bottles, I was well and WAJIW
strong.” Try Cardui. ’Twill help you.
xt a ▼ tt A DT C* Write for 64-rtff Illustrated Book, •/ftaje Truitmni for
BOOK FREE ^s^4SSSSSSSSS^eS2sSS
» hunt up the records
of 1965 to find his sentence.
Here were two rnrn who had es
caped and who gave themselves up
within twenty-four hours.
To Drivo Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GltOVK'H
TAfJTKLKHfl CHILI, TONIC. You
know what you are taking. The for
mula Is plainly printed on every bot
tle. showing It Is simply Quinine and
Iron In n tasteless form, and the moat
effectual form. For grown people and
CLAIM PEDDLERS ARE
POLICE BUSY MAKING CASES
AGAINST THE PERIPATETIC
The police «ro after the peddlers
with fruit carte and lunch wagons,
wtao violate the law which requires
them to “move along, keep moving.*'
The police have discovered, thev xav,
that some of these peddlers hive orig
inated n scheme by which ttiry-rsn
circumvent the law which says they
cannot remain longer than ten min
ute at any ono point on the streets.
Uv fanning a partnership, or trust,
one goes to a popular corner and re
mains ti.iare ten minutes, or as long
ns possible, and when warned away
another partner takes his place and
occupies the corner until he Is wnrn-
ed and run away, and then the third
partner comes up and stays a while.
By this time the first pnrtner comes
back, and then the same thing goes
over again, and In this way the three
manage to corner the corner.
For several days cases ihave been
made against the peddlers for vio
lating this ordinance. The fruit deal
ers who pay rent and licenses are
constantly complaining to the police
that the peddlers, by remaining long
at any one point practically get rent
and other expends of a pennanont lo
cation free, and are making inroads
Into their business.
The peddlers are not the only vio
lators of the ordinance, the lunch
wagons are eating Into tho business
of the restaurants, so It Is claimed.
TRY THIS FOR DESSERT
Dissolve one package of any flavored
JBt.T.-O tn nns pint of hnlltng water.
When partly congealed, brat until light
adding one cup whipped cream and six
crushed macearoon*. Whip all together
thoroughly and pour It Into
howl. >Vh*n oool it will
be served with whipped
good pudding sauce.
The JBI.I.-o coets 10c. per package
and cat) lie obtained at any good gro-
Tuesday, October 6th “Safest for Savings”
Matinee 2:80: Night 1:15
AMERICA'S FAVORITE INDOOR
AL. G. FIELD
vflle, Paul La Londe. Charlfw Rein
hart- George T. Martin. Walter Sher
wood. Norman Stanley and Half a
SSc, 60*. TS<% 11*0.
Prteee—Mattnee Me, (.So, Tic. Night
Will be Sold before the courthouse doer
ki Macon. Blhb County. Oa.. between the
legal hours of sale, oa the first Tore day
In October, UN. the following property
belonging to the estate of W B Cheat
ham, tale of Blob County. Oa . deceased.
pel Idee. Issued by
Quo. A. Smith, President.
AOMIN... r K
Will be told before the courthouse floor
ef Itlbb County, oa.
* , mi. bet’
the 4outhfra Ufe lawaraace Company
Jdeo. IN shares of tbe stock
•F thslBuUfChoop Mtalng Company. Said
property to be eolfl for
Administrator Kstat* W
------ - the Purpose of
sag for distribution Terms
*“ * CHFATHAM.
4SOAQIA, DR>b County.—The appeals-
ere av^tuted to set aside a veers* atm-
port out of the estate of Kmo P Clay.
Sit? sab* .a
SOM return srfll then be made the judg-
. _ Jon the Srst Tuesday
In October. im4. between the legal hours
■ •f sale, the follewlag described real estate
belonglag to the estate of Burrell Wig
gins. deceased, a tract of land situated
In the Vtnevttle District ef Bibb County.
Oa.. and being part of lot No ft of eol*i
liar's surrey of the Causey lands, said lot I
«• feet front and I8H feet deem Ala©, ar
tmot of land situated tn Vlnevllle District.
Rtbh County. Oa . fronting 44 feet, more
or lees, on Seeoud avenue, and running
hack M feet, more or lesa, to properte
of Hunt's and adjoining property of
Flatter oa the east and Hunt s property
on the aartk. and oa the south by Second
avenue. Said rent estate t© be sold for
the purpose of paying debt# and for distri
bution GOODBN MOtNOHOH.
AdrOi'ietrstnr L*tal« Burrell Wtggtaa.
THE TEDDY BEAR, MONKEY
LADY AND LITTLE GIRI
How a Wink Was Pardonable In i
Lady in Distress—A Little Story.
bear, on which la petvhed a largo
monkey, both looking so natural that
there Is a wish kindled In the heart
of every child who sees them to pos
This Is one of the prettiest sights
of the city just now. Yesterday a lady
passed along with a little girl. The
child had tho latest thing In stuffed
animals, a French poodle, blue ribbon
are the most delicious and
the most wholesome of
confections and have the
largest sale of any in the
They are told in sealed
packages, are always of
the same superfine quality
and always the best.
The Walter M. Lowney Co.
about the neck and a/I. It In per- studs
Imps the only thing of tho kind In the
city, und must have cost a goodly
sum. hut fl.ie moment th# child saw
the big bear r.nd the monkey all ad
miration for the poodle vanished.
'Pease ditntnc dat bear, oh, p'ease
dlmme dat h*-
And the little tot danced around
the big brown things, her eyes aglow
with expectation and delight. The lady
Ith her told her that she
Mcherly er po* boss."
Officer Reddy said that he had
amlned the horse mid found great welts
on tho hide, and th.it the wagon was
heavily loaded with coal dust, more
than the poor horse could well pull.
The negro was bound over to the
City Court to answer to tho charge of j
cruelty to animals.
IT IS A SERIOUS CRIME
- - - . against nature and your own health
nad the cutest little dog. and that It to neglect constipation or an inactive
wa« a great deal better than that j liver. It Is Just as dangerous to take
great big old ugly thing, but In vain, violent purgatives and cathartics which
Taking the poodle from the lady, the'outrage naturo and weaken you.
child threw Fldo In the sidewalk trash | "Nature's Remedy" (NR Tablets) Is
box. und began to fondle the bear, always ^affective but never violent,
bestowing upon It the most endearing j Stimulates the Liver to proper action,
terms, and even kissing It. | relieves the Kidneys, thoroughly clean-
Now to tho cold facts. The poodle. S es the system, tones you up and pujs
had been a present from one able to | the stomach In perfect condition. It
buy such things. The lady couldn’t j you are constipated, bilious, run down,
have bought it with her money In a; dyspeptic, rheumatic o r have kidney
thousand years. As for buying the; trouble, take an NR tablet to-night
and s’ou'l! feej better In the morning.
It* best In our complete exhl-
BUGGIES. PHAETONS. STANHOPES
Com* and view It. If you do not know
exactly the style of carriage you want
an examination of our exhibit will
help you decide correctly, satisfactor
ily and safely. For good quality in
variably accompanies the undeniable
style and smartness of all carriages
New shipment just opentd.
terworks plant. Rut she was equal
to the emergency. She winked at Mr.
Powers and said, with the air of a
rich heiress. "Just send that up to my
house frig morning, please."
The little girl was satisfied and
fished her poodle from the trash box,
Mr. Powers saw and understood, the
lady Mushed, and the hear Is still
there, to be neon by anybody but that
little girl. Her mother will take her
on some other street when she goes
down town with her.
* ! Get j
box at King A OMphant.
_ or* 8
Peter Fry. Woodruff. Pa., writes:
"After doctoring for two years with
the best physicians In Waynesburg.
and still getting worse, the doctors
advised me If I had any business to
attend to I had better attend to It at
once, as I could not possibly live an
other month as there was no euro for
me. Foley's Kidney Cure was recom
mended to fbe by a friend and I Im
mediately sent my son to the store for
It. and after taking three bottles I be
gan to get better and continued to
Improve until I was entirely well." fl.
J. Lamar A Co., n*ar Fourth National
QCOnoiA, Oltb Ceeaty.—The Atlanta
lioan '"ompany having mad# application
f*w inter* of sflmtnlst ratios to Issue to
the county administrator on the
'A. D Jaekson. late of said court v
deceased; this ts. therefore, to notify *11 j
ners.'-a interested that »sM apr’h*atFn
will he heard on the first
C X. WILEY, Ordinary.
TOE NEWER CASES
DECISION OF JUDGE ELLIS IN THE
ATLANTA CASE HAS NOT YET
' BEEN RENDERED.
It is now probable that the verbal
agreement between Mr. Jesse Harris,
of the firm of Wimberly & Harris, at
torney* for the thirty-two nexr-boer
dealers of Macon, who seek to enjoin
tho ordinary and sheriff of Rlbb Coun
ty and the comptroller general of the
state from collecting the $200 llccn^o
on the sale of near-beer, and the at
torney general may not be carried out.
This agreement was that the deci
sion of Judge W. D. Ellis, of Atlanta,
In a caso similar to that of Maon's,
would prevail in tho case In whu-u
Wimberly A Harris represent clients.
It wae the understanding, and so set
down In the order, that the bill would
be heard before Judge W. II. Felton,
of Rlbb superior court, on October 5,
and then It was agreed between Mr.
Harris, who was In Atlanta for the
purpose, and Attorney General Hart
that Macon and the other cities with
similar bills would abide by the deci
sion of Judge Ellis In the Atlanta case.
It now develops that each of the
thirty-two Macon dealers must deposit
certified checks for the $260 before
the agreement can be carried out.
Messrs. Wimberly A Harris have writ
ten to the attorney general relative to
the matter, reminding him of the ver
bal agreement. It Is understood that
the dealers of Atlanta have not been
required to deposit the certified checks,
and the attorneys here do not see why
the Macon dealers should be required
,to do so.
. As Judge Felton will be In Houston
1 county on the Mh. it Is hardly prob-
! nhl<t that hr will hear the case on that
i date, but the decision of Judge Ellis
I 1? looked for at any time,
j tn the meantime the dealers In the
I beverage are selling, but do not "know
| where they are at."
CRUEL TO HIS NORSE
MEETING OF HUMANE 80CIETY
AT PUBLIC LIBRARY AT 4
O'CLOCK THIS AFTERNOON.
A cage was before the Recorder
yesterday morning that would have In
terested t)te members of the Humane
Society that moots this afternoon at
A negro named Joe Thomas was
charted with cruelty to animals. Dr.
BUrt was busy in his garden Thursday
and heard a noise like that of beating,
and from the words that accompanied
the licks ho believed that some horse
or mule was being beaten. Then he
heard a female voice remonstrating
with somebody and he looked over the
fence and saw the negn> lamming a
poor borse with a stick. The doctor
says that In Ms Indignation he used
some vigorous language, and then he
called for an officer. Officer R«d>1v
responded promptly and followed the
man until he found him over on Pleas-
tn his own behalf Joe said that he
didn't hit the horse more than four or
five times, and that the horse * tuck de
THE OLD BOYS
IN RED SHIRTS 218 “ Thi ' as,ml
Wsnt to Hold a Ra-union of the Mem
bers of ths Old Volunteer Department
in April of Next Year.
Chief of Police Westeott. and many
other old volunteer firemen are mov
ing In the matter of having a re-unlon
of the surviving members of the Ma
con Fire Department of the long ago,
and before th* paid department suc
The old department consisted of the
following companies that were In ser
vice in 1S86:
Protection Fire Co., No. 1.
Ocmulgee Fire Co.. No. 2.
Young America Fire Co.. No. 8. .
Mechanics Fire Co., No. 4.
Reliance Fir# Co., No. 5.
East Macon Fire Co., No. 6.
Macon Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1.
It Is proposed that the surviving
members take pnrt In the parade cf
the Georgia Firemen's Association,
which will meet In Macon on the 13th,
14th and 15 of April of next year.
There will not be a very largo turn
out of these old firemen for the rea
son that but few of them are living.
There are a few members who belong
ed to the department before and dur
ing tho war, long before Nos. 4, 5 and
6 were organized.
Chief Westeott tried to run over
from memory the surviving members
of Young America, but could only re
call about fifteen. Thero may be more
living, but they have escaped him.
can only recall throe, and he knew
©very man In the company.
It Is possible that there nre more
survivors of the Nos. 5 and *». for tho
reason that they were the companies
of later organisation, but it Is estl-
msted that If all tho survivors of tho
entire department were In lino there
would not be one hundred.
This feature of the meeting of the
Firemen's Association when It Is held
In Macon will not only add to the
Interest of tho occasion, but It will be
one of the few pleasures the old re*l-
shlrted hoys can enjoy.
It has been suggested that any of
the old boys who may read this can
add their mite to the success of tho
Mea by giving In writing to Chief
Westeott the names of those known to
he living who were members of the
Perhaps yon have an idea that in order to have a
hank account you must have a large sum to deposit;
that a hank doesn’t care to bother with small accounts.
This is not true of the “Fourth.” This hank wel
comes new accounts, no matter how small, and extends
the same courtesy and sendee to small depositors as to
Let us prove it to you.
FOURTH NATIONkL BANK
part-d of the beat
*go, prepared o
Hops. Contains .. _ ...
eervAtfons-delightful In taste and
hcaltbrul In effect. Can be sold at soda
fountains and *|| places where soft
drinks are served without a United
States Revenue license, because It
tains less than
JESSE B. HART
Personal Attention Given All
Office Phone 467
Rosidi-v^e Phone 760
MRS. H. 0. TINDALL,
English, French and Latin
Eight years' experience In coschlng
for Macon Public Reboot*. Fall clause*
belnf organised now. Telephone 2832.
C. B. WILLINGHAM
Ship Me Your Cotton and
Get the Best Returns ..
MISS NELLIE REYNOLDS,
PIANO AND VIOLIN,
475 Orange street.
WE CARRY ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS OF
IN THE SOOTH. CALL AND SEE OUR DISPLAY
OCTOBER 1, 1908
Wo expect to make this the banner month in the
history of this store, and have prepared to supply the
wants of the trade with tho finest line of Everything
Good to Eat ever shown, not only in Macon, hut tho
entire South. Our expert Coffee Roaster is roasting
daily in the store tho finest Coffees ever sold in Maoon.
Phone Us—Our No. is 26—Six Phones, for your ooa-
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