THE MACON DAILY TELEGRAPII: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER S, 190f V,
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1st Reader Free of Charge,
McEVOY'S, 572 Cherry Sf.
Shewmake Brothers Co.
— DEALERS IN
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Cypress and Pine Shingles
All Inquiries Answered Promptly
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Commercial Savings Bank
Located at Macon, Ga.. at the close of business September 23. 1908.
Loans and discounts $330,259.78
Demand loans «... 50,218.45
Bonds and stocks owned by
the bank 19.049.94
Furniture and fixtures 2,129.07
Real estate 775.85
Due from Banks and Bankers
In the State 15,943.65
Due from Banks and Bankers
in other States 5,202.28
Silver, nickels and pennies 8.73
Checks and cash items 3,573.30
Interest paid 685.98
Capital stock paid in $ 50,000.00
Surplus fund 50,000,00
Undivided profits, less current
expenses and taxes paid.... 6,192.62
Due unpaid dividends 462.00
Individual deposits subject to
check .S 209.411.31
Demand certificates 10,000.00
Time certificates 23,037.86
Cashier’s checks 10,000.00
Notes and bills rediscounted... 48,000.00
Bills payable. Including time
certificates representing bor
rowed money 45.877.52
—, says that the
above and foregoing statement is a true condition of said Bank, as shown by the
books of file in said Bunk.
Notary Public Bibb Co. Ga.
SUPPLY & MFG. CO.
Machinery, Electric and Combination Fixtures
WIRING MILL WORKS A SPECIALTY
171 Cotton Avenue—Phone 212.
SAM AND ED. WEICHSELBAUM
P. O. Box No. 55. 610 Market St. Chattanooga, Tenn
Phone No. 820.
Our stock is complete with the finest and best brands
of Wines, Whiskies, Brandies, etc.
Double Stamp Pure Virginia Corn."... .$3.00 per gallon
Weichselbaum’s Private Stock Virginia Corn, very
old, 4 full quarts, delivered. $4.00
Weichselbaum’s Monogram Rye,
4 full quarts, delivered. $4,00
We also handle all the leading Beers—Schlitz, Blue
Ribbon, Budweiser, Piel’s and Lackman.
Write for price list. Let us know your wants.
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO.
Covington and Eatonton *11:35am
Eatonton and Mllledgevllla. .t 7:50pm
Athens and Madlaon
Athena and Madison
Atlanta (Dixie Flyer)
Atlanta and Griffin
Atlanta and Orlffln
Atlanta and Griffin
Covington and Eatont
Eatonton and Milled)
Athena and Madison..
Athena and Madison.,
Columbus and Birmingham..*11:2Sam
Albany and Montgomery * 3:00am
Albany and Montgomery *11:35am
Atlanta. Chicago, St. Louis.,*12:05am
Atlanta and GrffTIn • i:05am
Atlanta and Griffin • 2:35am
Atlanta and Griffin *11:20am
Montgomery and Albany!!!!
Albany and Amerlcua
Albany and Amerlcua • 7:55pm >
•DAILY. +EXCEPT SUNDAY. ww „„ „.
Current echedulee corrected to date. District Passenger Agent. 603 (
JOHN W. BLOUNT,
'GEORGIA. Bibb County.—After four
weeks' notice pursuant to section 2546
of the Civil Code, a petition of which
true and correct copy la subjoined, will be
presented to the Honorable W. H. Felton.
Judge of the Superior Court, at the court
house In said county, on the 26th day of
MRS. TIBBIE It. ECHO FIELD.
rior Court of raid county.
Tht petlUon of Mrs. Tibbie R. Schofield
2. That aha desires to tell for rein
vestment at prlvatt sale the following
Pioperty. the same being a part of the
personal estate of her said wards, to-wit;
One bond Issued by the City of .Carrollton,
Georgia, for the principal sum of $1,000.
bearing interest at 5 per cent per annum;
and one bond of the' State of Georgia,
for the principal eum of $50C. bearing in
terest at 3H per cent* per annum.
I. That the said bonds pay a very
small rate of Interest, and the necessi
ties of the said wards require that, if
possible, the said amount on raid bonds
should return a higher rate of inter*
4. Petitioner desires to Invest tne pro
ceeds of such isle in a parcel of land in
block <1, Southwest Commons of Macon,
KERN TALKS OF
In Birmingham Speech De
clares Use of Alleged Oleve-
lalnd Letter Infamous
BIRMINGHAM. Ala., Oct. 5—The
publication and usclby the republican
campaign managers as a campaign
document of the letter attributed to
authority of the late Grover Cleveland,
which contain a strong endorsement of
the republican candidate for president
was severely condemned by John YV
Kern, candidate for vice president on
the democratic ticket before a large
audience In the Jefferson thea
ter here tonight. Ho declared
such use of the document to be an In
famous attempt to place a vile stig
ma upon the name of a great depart
ed statesman, and likened It to the
use made In the Garfield campaign of
the famous Morey letter forgery.
Mr. Kern’arrived in 'Birmingham
from Cincinnati at 10:40 and was met
at the station by Lieutenant Governor
Henry B. Gray, president of the Bry
an-Kern Club, and a score of repre
sentative democrats from various parts
of the state. Prior to his speech this
afternoon he had met members of the
Alabama Business Men’s Club, which
was formed here today.
Mr. Kern said: “Some time ago one
of the great republican Journals of New
York gave to the public a letter pur
porting to have been written by that
great democratic ex-president. Grover
Cleveland, which letter contained a
strong endorsement of the republican
candidate for president, with alleged
reasons why the party which had three
times nominated and twice elected Mr.
Cleveland president, should be de
“This letter, although denounced at
once as a forgery, was printed as a
campaign document by the republican
campaign organisation and given th«
widest publicity throughout the coun
try. Secretary Straus, of the president’
cabinet. In a special, referred to it “
Proofs that this alleged letter of Mr.
Cleveland was a base and criminal
fabrication are so overwhelming that
It is conceded on nil hands that the
distinguished ex-president wrote nc
such letter, and District Attorney Jo
ronie. of New York, has already taken
steps to determine the gulltv author,
determined to bring him to Justice
Worse Than Morey L«tter.
“And yet the republican campaign
document carrying this fabricated let
ter still circulates. Serrctary Straus
has not yet recalled his endorsement
as to its authenticity. Republican
newspapers which originally printed
the fabricated letter under great head
lines have either refused to print the
exposure of the crime or have so plac
ed such exposure In their Journals as
to attract no attention. The publica
tion and circulation of this fabricated
letter Is more Infamous In nil respects
than the publication and circulation
of the celebrated Morey letter forgery
in the Garfield campaign. It Is more
Infamous because in that Instance
General Garfield was living and gave
prompt and effective denial.
. Stigma Upon Cleveland.
“In this case the alleged author Is
dead, and unable to repudiate and deny
It. It Is all the more infamous be
cause it followed so closely that ten
der and splendid tribute to his memory
unanimously adopted by the recent na
tional convention of his party, and Is
an attempted stigma upon his name
a«- a democrat and an American. It
remains to he seen whether the leaders
of the republican party—those in
charge of Its campaign—will he man-
|v enough to right this great wrong
which has been done to the memory of
Grover Cleveland, by the circulation of
this vile fabrication.”
Col. J. If. Lewis, of Chicago, has
joined Mr. Kern at this point and will
accompany him on his tour of the
From His Pleasure Trip Abroad and Is
the Picture of Health—His Pres
United States Senator Bacon arrived In
Mucon yesterday morning from Europe,
where, he had a delightful outing. While
across the waters he did not visit any
of the leading cities, but spent l»ls time
In Switzerland and Tyrol, enjoying tne
Alpine climate, which he always finds
very bracing and exhilarating.
Senator Bacon suiled from Bremen Sep
tember in on th I'Prlns FVedrich Wil
helm of the North German Lloyd line,
and readied New York .September ““
Among the passengers
; up her‘affairs
and was acconip .. .
I Intighara, of San Francisco.
“• I'rlnx Friedrich
iy* of bad went
upped 15 minutes in n dense fog
orr itantucket. The stop ■*“ *“
order to locate another at
was whistling In the vicinity.
Senator Baer - * * “ *
latlena. one of the i
mltteea of the senate, and when In Europe
This Is to certify that all druggists
nre authorized to refund your money
If Foley’s Honey nnd Tar falls to cure
your cough or cold. It atops the rough
heals the lungs and prevents serious
results from n cold. Cures In grippe
cough and prevents pneumonia and
consumption. Contains no optlntes.
The genuine Is In a yellow package,
efusc substitutes. II. J. Lamar St Co,
Co., near Fourth National Rank, agents.
FOB GRAND PRIZE
NEW YORK, Oct. 2—Robert Lee
Morrell, chairman of the contest com
mittee of the Automobile Club of
America, announced yesterday that the
Automobile Club of Franco had com
pleted the entry of three French cars
for the Grand Priso race nt Savanah
and the Automobile Club of Italy had
completed the entries of two more
Italian cars. Four additional entries
for the light car race were also re
ceived yesterday by Chairman Morrell.
Thn French machines are a Renault,
to be driven by Bzlsz; a Clement-Bay
ard, to be driven by Hautvaht, and a
Lorralne-Dletrlch. to be driven by Da-
ray. Tho Italian cars are two Italia,
to be driven by Henri Fournier and
The big International 400-mlle con
test In Georgia on Thanksgiving Day
will be Henri Fournier’s first appear
ance In this country slnre 1905 and will
alio mark his first attempt at winning
honors In a road race In America. Hla
most notable automobile feat In this
country was a tnlle In 51 4-5 seconds
In a Moro racer on the Coney Island
•Boulevard. Hautvast will be making
his Initial appearance In this coun
try, but fizls*. Dyray and Cngno have
• of the committee <
thoroughly Invigorated to take :
' 'he pending president:...
. .i In New York Inst Mon-
equested by the national
. ...jimlttee to made a series
— in northern states for Bryan
and* Keen, nnd he readily consented to
leak wherever nsslgned.
will leave Macon for
mitten .will have mapped out for him i
his arrival. Senator Bacon would ha
remained north on Ids return from Eu
rope. nnd immediately commenced bis
speaking tour and not corns to Macon at
the present time, had it not been for the
state election next Wednesday. In fact.
that might bo required of him before th®
While cn route home from New York.
Bonntor Bacon stopped In Washington
to attend/to some important public busi
ness. lie snvs that prominent Democrats
with whom he talked in New York and
Washington entertained a very favorohlo
nnd hopeful view of the Democratic sit
uation. nnd expressed confidence as to
The people of Georgia witl_ delighted
» learn thnt
...’ health nnd
nnces is gool for many — . ... ... —
fulness to the state nnd the nation.
Where Bullets Flew.
David Parker, of Fayette. N. Y.
veteran of the civil vvnr, who lost
foot nt Gettysburg, snys: “The good
Electric Bitters have done Is worth
more than flvo hundred dollars fo me
I spent much money doctoring for :
bad case of stomach trouble, to llttlo
purpose. T then tr»c»l Electric Pilfers,
nnd they cured me. T now tnko them
ns a tonic, nnd thev keep mo strong
nnd well." 50c nt all drug stores.
Matheson. driver not nam4d: Renault,
Sains: Clement-Bayard. Hautvast;
Lorralne-Dletrlch. Durny; Itnla, Hcnrfc
Fournier; ltaln. Cagno.
The entries received yesterday for
the light car race wore a Chalmors-
Detrolt, a Bulck, a Cameron and an
American Aristocrat. K. L. Manville
entered the hitter car nnd will drive It
himself. Robert 'Burman was named
as driver for the Bulck entered yester
day. Fourteen entries had been made
up to last night for the light car race,
the ten previous entries being as fol
lows: two Gyroscopes, three Maxwells,
three Do Dions and two’Bulck*.
Had a Close Call.
Mrs. Ada L. Croont, tho widely
known proprietor of the Croom Hotel.
Vaughn, Miss, says: “For several
months I suffered with a severe rough,
and consumption seemed to have Its
grip on me. when a friend recommend
ed Dr. King’s New Discovery. I be
gan taking It, nnd thr*e bottles ef
fected a complete cure.” Tho fame of
this life saving cough and cold remedy
and lung nnd throut healer Is world
wide. Fold nt nil drug storas, BOc and
$1.00. Trial bottle free.
Men’s and Women’s Fall
Regals; an clgeant stock just
in. Parks & Everett.
Matter Now Up To Whole
Commission—May Be Spring
resentutlvn of the Automobile Club of
America, has cabled that further en
tries of French cars will be received
Entries for the Grand Prlxe race will
fronting 46 feet on Tattnall street. Raid
lot commences at a point on Tattnall
street in said block 46 Feet from the cor-
nor of a 16-foot alley; thence along Tatt-' , 1
nail street 46 feet to the corner of said' c,08e flnal, y 0| J November 1. and tho
•Hey; thence at right angles along the! entries received up to last night, glv»*,
line of said alley 120 feet to a 10-footi in the order they were made, were as
£**•*: * h * nc ® at right angles in an eas- follows: Fiat, Naszaro: Fiat. YVag-
.toward Chestnut Street j n er; Fist. De Palma; Pen*. Kem*ry:
MUSWl BenVH.hrto.; Benz. Krte: B ...
together with all buildings and Improve-
6. Petitioner shows that notice of in-
tentlon to make this application has been
published once a week for four weeks in
_ .. TIBBIE R. SCHOFIELD,
Guardian for Starr Rogers Schofield and
Floyd O. Schofield.
Sworn to and subscribed before me. this,
26th day pf September. Ifni.
. R. ROGERS, JR..
Notary Public, Bibb County, Oa.
Mercedes, Pocge; Acme. C?y
schke; American Locomotive, l. J.
Bergdoll; Lozh-r, Harry Michener;
GEORGIA. Bibb County.—r. j,. And-r-
son. administrator estate Charles I J
™V*.»IUUM < fer n iL«T."Si( ft'lK 1 £8vo.% MfUinSi"ntwIffiBj
55,'*Un!*LtIhmSkcam!!**beverage. It refreshes, invigorates and
in 11 exhilarates. Looks, tgstes and makes
jffy Tinttf5*an ffrrms ’thtafaS’ on * good. Comes under all re
ft 1ra kfii!5ti!£ wiiPh?TX.SV lquirement* of the United States R#v-
ll S? t teS t . J 3SI teas M n lh * ftrBt i ?nu* laws governing tbs sale of soft
1,0 " d * y “O'CM. wSLET.Orih^ry. I erMucl ot
ATLANTA. On., Oct. 2—’Th* Inquiry
that has been on here for two week*
by tho Interstate commerce commis
sion Into tho recent advnncas in Inter
state freight rates from western to
southeastern points was concluded to
day, so far ns tho tnklng of testimony
is concerned. Commissioner Francis
M. Cockrell, the only one who re
mained to tho end, and his force of
clerks left for Washington this aft-
^ About 10,000 pages or testimony was
taken during the nearing, and It will
all probably he printed by tho govern
ment. It contains complete Informa
tion regarding the railroads of the
south for tho past thirty years.
The complainants, comprising whole-
sale grocers from several Georgia
cities and the state railroad commis
sions of this state nnd Alabama are
to submit briefs by November 25th.
of the other side by December
20. A date for arguments, which will
he made before tho whole commission
In Washington. D. C., will then be
fixed. It Is unlikely that they will bo,
before January or February, end It 1s
probable that It will be late In the
coming spring before a decision Is!
Rates Rsmsln Until Decision. 1
In tho meantime the advances In- j
stituted—being on classes B. C. D. I
and F.. In tho main grain and heavy I
food commodities—will remain In force
tho railroads having furnished bond j
to refund the excess charges in ease j
the complainants are sustained in their
opposition to the Increase.
R. H. Capps, general freight agent
of the Rea board, was the last wit
ness examined on behalf of the rail
roads. Ills testimony was along the
line of other witnesses for tho defense
—to the efTect that It Is Imperative
that the railroads advance rates or
make material reductions in wages.
Ho concurred in previous statements
to the efTect that all mild measures of
economy had been taken to make “both
ends meet,” employes having beeri
laid off and Improvements reduced to
the lowest possible point, wlthogt
meeting the exigencies of the occasion.
T. G. Hudson, commissioner of ag
riculture for this state, testified that
!!tt!« of the products affected were
produced for marketing purposes In
Young Men’s Clothes
Ederheimcr, Stein & Co., Makers >
O NE thing that makes this store the best place for
.Young Men to buy clothes is the exclusive connec
tions we’ve established with Ederhcimer, Stein &Co.,'
the leading makers in the Young Men’s field. 1 It’s a good
thing all ’round—for the makers, for us and for ,you.
Chiefly for you.
Almost impossible to pick cot one feature mere than others
which distinguishes these Fall suits we’re showing. Styles are the
smartest, most original and pleasing ever offered; garments are
made by the best tailors in the world; fit is perfect; patterns with,
out equal. ,
Rather forced to the conclusion the clothes are noteworthy and
exceptional throughout. Can’t list all the details; you must comein.
Chas. Wachtel’s Son.
Is a Perfect
Call for Acme Maltalo at your chib
or cafe, wherever you meet your friends
or wherever you wish to ‘‘TREAT”
Acme Maltalo is a pure liquid food.
It is a hygienic BREW fermented be
yond possibility of causing biliousness,
heavily chargod with the “body" of
malt, as rich in nutrition as bread and
meat, in a form easiest to assimilate.
It has all the TONIC propertiesof hojjf),
than which no finer nervine is-known
to medical science. ' . .
Added to this, Acme MalWI^awa
beverage of cystalline parity whiiSh
flushes the system of waste, loaves its
nutrition in the muscles ancf blood, stimulates and tones- up the
nerves, and is an appetizer without a peer.
It is one of the standard products of the Acme Brewery.'
Sold bottled or on draught everywhere under the guarantee the
name “Acme” implies.
Brewed by ACME BREWING CO., Macon, Ga.
Krlei St Chaffin v«. R. U Bond it Co., p ur u«. to th* petition.
R. L. Bond. J. It. Rlmton. Loon i Th, » D»f*ndant*. It. L. Bond and J. R.
man.—In the Superior Court Bibb i fflaion, doing buelneM •» It. L. Bond
County, On., Nnvwnher Term. 1908. j A Co., nre hereby required personally,
Petition to net naide an nnnirnment or by attorney, to hr and appear at the
from R. L. Bond A Co., to Leon Good- next Superior Court, to b# held In and
man; to obtain Judgment against R. J * r ur said county on the Aral Monday in
November next, then and there to answer
the Plaintiff** demand* in an action of
above described nature, a* in default
thereof the Court will proceed as to Ju*«
lice Hhall appertain.
Witness the Honorable W. IL Felton.
Jr.. Judge or void Court, this 28th day
of August, DOt.
ROOT. A. NISBET, Clark.