THE MACON DAILY TELEGRAPH: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1908
I'VE BEEN PREACHING
cold weather for two months, and now
events lmvc Juatlfled twy prophecy. If
you’ve hern caught with your stove
down, don’t blame me—let me put It
up before tho weather gets colder.
JA8. C. GORMLY. '
Phone 5S1. 320 Third 8t.
64g Walnut Street.
Regular mesle (or men and women 29
cents. Buslneu women 19 c^nte.
Breakfast 7 tc • a. m.
Dinner 12 to 1:30 p. m.
Supper 6:30 to 7:io.
A free rest mom: convenient for Qjt*
Southern Packing Co.
Choicest Native nnd Western
620 Cherry St. Phone 351.
Jones Dray Line
THEY WILL MOVE YOU.
Residenoe Phone 549.
MR. DOO GUNN
is no longer with
JONES, GUNN & JONES,
und this big horse and mule emporium
will In the nil lire bo run bv Mr. Ben L.
Jones and his son, Mr. W. H. Jones.
Six hundred, sixty-seven acres, of level
clay land. In Idah state of cultivation.
Fourteen mui<*s on place. Good dwelling,
plenty tenant houses; plenty good labor:
good water. Healthy: close churoh and
schools; has telephone. Situated on B.
A. L. Railroad, near Flalna. Oil Ap
ply to R. B. OLIVER.
| lea Wordl
WANTED-By two young men. one or
two furnished or unfurnished rooms
with board, close In; private family pre
ferred. M. S. W.
WANTED—C<w»«tibl party for threo
connecting rooms snd large hall, first
floor. 288 Washington ave.
WANTED—Loan of a ll.ooo on tmlm-
proved suburban property; will p»y
quarterly, pay eight per opnt., for full
length of time. Address ’ f Good dollat-
eral.” cara Telegraph.
WANTED—Dy whit, ta.ly. pofltlon
nurse or to clean up rooms. Nurse,
WANTED-Young mnn. good linger, for
pnrluor In vaudeville act. Address R.
P., 467 Spring at.
WANTED—To buy good second-hand
typewriter. Address Typewriter.
LOTS* of bargains at Iltihn’s Fire Bale.
4i9 cherry st. \
PHONE NO S48. The Pure Flood Grocery
Co., for best and freshest groceries;
everything new. C. W. Rice, Mgr.
WANTED—To buy some secondhand
carpets and furniture. Ring 1841.
WANTED—To ptirohtae a Part or all of
vour real estate and rental buslneax.
Ans. ’’Real Estate.” rare Telegraph.
WANTED—Position; have had aeven
years’ experience In general store, In
managing capacity past three years;
references. Address ^Experience.” cars
RICE BIRDS, fresh country egg« and
. Melons; all kinds of fresh fish. Dan
iel A lllaslngame. »
SALESMAN WANTED—To take ordera
hi Georgia direct to the consumer for
one of tho oldest famous wholesale liquor
houses In the Blue Grass Regions of
Kentucky. Address R. H. Btrsder A Son.
Mall Ordor Department. Lexington, Ky.
IF _ TOUrTroof leaks call on G T. Doug-
laa; all metal roofs repaired or painted.
R72 Poplar at.
JUST OPENED, a barrel of queen olives.
Non flENT—Thr**. or four room, for
light housekeeping on second floor, RIO
New et. Apply J. If. D., care of Tela-
Foil RENT-Desirable rooms In Ylne-
vllle. Phone 2747-J.
Non nnNT-noom», flr.t floor, furnlih.il
or unfurnished. Ring 1629.
NOIt nENT-Hor.n-rooni hoUM.4Mr.l-
hmin »t. Apply J. O. Dum... 674 O.I.-
KALAMAZOO eelenr, peara, appkw.
prnehea and svervthlng good and clean
to eat. M. Bloch, 41.
ALT. GOODS being sanrlflcefl at Huhofa
Fire Hale. 461 Cherry.
iron RENT—Nip. l-roor. ootur. M.nt-
prlhir ml rhMp to MRrig* forty.
A. llrlUrir. flolt .VO.. Napl«r H.llfllU.
FOR RENT—No. SI8 MOdlson at; will
nut In repairs; mar bath tub. papering.
Teleithona N. U Newman at poatofflc*.
FOR RENT -Three or foer room* for
light housekeeping In best part of city.
FOR RENT-416 Dimesn ave.; B-rootn
house 11440: two small farms. Colum
bus rosd. Oeo. A. Willie.
RICE RIRDB, fr.rh oounlry «a
chlrk.n.; .11 kln.l. of fr..h flih. Du-
lei A Iltaslngante.
FOR RFJNT- Beautiful room for oaa or
two young men, one block from Tele
phone Exchange. No. 116 Second at.
FOR~R*NT—more and residence .corner
Telfair and Elm sta. Apply Handem. at
Backer Furniture Co.
FOR RENT-Five-room cottage Beach
et. H. L. Hart*, corner Orange and For
FOR RENT-Two choice apartment*.
Niwsro Flats; lights water heat
flirntshrd. Apply at office I^on fl. Dure.
Fourth National Bonk Bldg.
I WILL reat the aooond floor of my resi
dence to young men, furnished qr un
furnished; tnre» minutes walk to buM-
ne*n center; modern conveniences. Ad
dress Alex., cars Telegraph; references
FOR RENT—Twa A! ground floor offices
In Washington Mock; steam heat ehd
Janitor, all convenience#. Apply to Ma
con Savings Bank.
FOR RENT—One wmrehou*# on Sixth st,
fronts side track. Apply Park Hotel.
FOR RENT OR BALE—New. modern 6-
room onttaga, I.ynn Avg, VlnevtUe:
will sell cheap. Arthur B. Harris, SIS
FOR RENT—I win rent two renneetlng
front room#, furnished or unfurnished,
to young men or a couple without chil
dren. I am hi two minutes* walk to buil-
neee oenter. have bo children In the
houee. private residence; modern conven
iences; reference* exchanged. Addrtee
Jj*. B. W„ core Telegraph.
Only ••Hat Deep”
The swaggerestsuit and
the smartest “(reins" are
absolutely nullified by
the wrong “top.”
There’s more to a hat than the fur that’s
in it, just as there’s more to the suit than
the cloth that’s in it. It’s style that counts.
We have to our credit more “hits" in
creation of clever styles than any other
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00
SOME OF OUR PRICES
Best Granulated Sugar. 25-lb. sack
Best Patent Flour
Good Rice. IS pounds
Compound LArd. 10 pounds
Tomatoes, large cans
Heinz’s Sauer Kraut (fresh shipment), per quart
Sour Pickles (fresh shipment) per quart
Helns’s India Relish
Heinz's Table Sauce
Helnz'a Tomato Ketchup
Eddy & Eddy's Pepper Sauce. 25c sUe
Lima Beans, In cans. 3 for
String Beans, In cans. 3 for
Succotash, 15c size
These are only a few. Ring 290 or 325 for anything not quoted.
Macon Cash Grocery Co.
Phones 290—325. 670 Poplar St.
Wo are having everything put in shape to handle
the greatly increased business which we are getting
every day Our store will be considerably tom up for
a few days on account of putting in new walls, etc., but
we will be better prepared than ever in a few days to
handle your orders. We will make some special offer
ings just as soon as our remodeling is completed, which
will be only a few days.
The Great Atlantic & Pacific
IMPORTERS, COFFEE ROASTERS, DISTRIBUTORS.
For Sale For Rent
$750.00. $15.00—5-room house near Mercer,
one of the best lots on Huguenln
Heights. $22.60—Vlnevlll# cottage.
$$,750.00 $25.00—Cottage on Carling Avenue.
Desirable home in VJncvllle; all con- Huguenln Heights,
SBBOOOO $25.00—Vlnevllle cottage; all conveni
City home, on line; well located; good
terras. $45.00—Hardeman Ave. home, I rooms.
Jno. F. and W. H. Cone,
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans
Phone 206. 607 Cherry St.
A nice, new 6-room cottage, on shady side Johnson
avenue. All conveniences, and a most desirable home.
Willingham Loan & Trust Co.
No. 461 Third Street.
510 acres; fine farming land, on#
mile from Holton on Southern Rail-
roid. 50 acres original forest; fine
bold spring, hounded on one side by
Ocmuigee river. A snap.
20t-acre farm at Moran, on M. A B.
325 acre* near Forsyth. Ga.
Seven room dwelling and 10 acre#
«ear city. Can make It 25 acres; min
eral water; high state cultivation;
plenty of fruit and (lowers; best thinff
115-acre farm near city.
Private funds on long time at 7 per
Come to see me. It will do you
Geo. W. Duncan, Mgr.
Jfff* two medium cried nild.ucM
•Olondidlir Improved pluUUon
SK.'SKS S7„,S*Ur Uo A^, M !2
JONES REAL ESTATE
GEORGIA. Bibb County.—Hattie Brooks
having made application tor R. L. Ander
son. county administrator, to be appelated
administrator on estate nt Richard Brown,
late of said county, deceased; this I*,
therefore, to notify all persons Interete*
that her application win he heard on the
first Monday in October. IV*.
C. M. WILET, Ordinary.
Tonight to Speak in the Au
ditorium on the Issues
of the Campaign
Hon. John W. K«m Will be Met at the
Depot by m Delegation of Citizens
and Escorted to the Hotel Lanier,
and From There to the Auditorium.
Hon. John W. Kern, the democratic
candidate for the vice presidency of
the United States, will arrive In Macon
by the Central railroad thla evening
at 7:35 o’clock.
He will bo met at tho union depot
by a committee of citizens and escort
ed to the Hotel Lenlcr for a light
lunch. He will then be escorted to the
auditorium, where tho speaking will
Mr. Kern will he Introduced by Hon.
Jos. H. Hall, chairman of the Bibb
County Democratic Club. Resides
Mr. Kern, the only other speaker will
be Mr. Carl Hutcheson, of Atlanta.
Tho members of the executive com
mittee anil the reception committee
of tho club will occupy seats on the
In reserved seats will be the Mercer
Bryan and Kern Club, one hundred
strong, with newly composed yells for
Bryan and Kern. The club will march
from Mercer University to the Hotel
Lanier, and will accompany Mr. Kern,
acting as a body escort, to tho audi
By reason of Important engagements
which will require all'his time for the
national campaign committee, Senator
Bacon cannot speak tonight. He has
Just arrived In the city and Is to go
north at once to work in the'Interests
of tlje democratic candidates.
Governor-elect Joseph M. Brown ar
rives at 1 o’clock this morning from
Albany to attend the meeting st the
auditorium tonight. Ex-Governor Ter
rell will arrive this morning for the
same purpose, and both of these gen
tlemen will be the guests at the (Brown
House of Judge Robert Hodges.
Mr. Kern will be the guest during
his stay In Macon of Hon. Charles L.
Bartlett. He will remain In the city
until 6 o’clock tomorrow evening, when
be will proceed to Asheville, N. C.
There was a large and enthusiastic
meeting of the Bibb County Demo
cratic Club In the city court room of
the courthouse Isst night, with Hon.
Jos. H. Hall presiding.
The chairman stated that all ar
rangements had been made for the
speaking and the reception and enter
tainment of Mr. Kern. Tho band and
carriages had been arranged for, and
that further details could not be at
tended to until further advlrea from
Atlanta could be had thla morning.
It was decided to appoint a com
mittee for the reception of the visitors
and the Kern party, and to make all
the arrangements necessary The fol
lowing constitute that committee:
Senator A. O. ITacon. Congressman
Bartlett, Judge Hodges. Roland Rills.
R. J. Taylor. Jesse Harris.
Lawton. W. W. Solomon. Claud FMes,
Judge John P. Ross Walter J. Grace.
The members of this committee will
meet at the office of Judge Bartlett,
acting chairman of the committee, at
10 o’clock this morning and also at 4
o'clock this afternoon, so ns to ar
range for the reception nnd welcome
of the distinguished guests and visi
Short and enthusiastic speeches, all
urging a big outpouring of the demo
crats of the county on tho 3d of No
vember. were made by Chairman Hall.
Judge Bartlett. Judge Hodges, P. K.
Gambrell. Claud Estes, Fred R. Mar
lin and others.
In the course of his remarks Chair
man Hall said that there were 4.109
democrats registered In »Blhb county.
The BEST In material, work and
style (fit guaranteed the best, too!)
Will be sold before the courthouse door
in Macon, Oa., between the legal hours of
ssls, on the first Tuesday In October.
Hod, the following described tract* of
land situated In the Rutland District of
Id county nnd belonging tp the_estate
.. or ■“
of V. Bsl| Brown,
oa.. deceased, to-wlt:
• less, In said
100 acres of land, more
county district, nnd lying on the enst
side of the old Southwestern Railroad and
being the eastern half of lot of land No.
202; also, «0 acres of land, more or less,
situated In ssld Rlhh County and said.
Holland District, snd being the south
west corner of lot of land No. 20t, said
land to be sold for the purpose of paving
of First Meeting of Creditors.
In the District Court of the United
States for the Western Division of the
Southern District of Georgia. In Bank
ruptcy. In tne Matter of C. J. Toole,
■ Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy^^j
To the creditors of c. J. Toole, of Ma
con. In the County of Bibb, and district
aforesaid, a bankrupt
Notice Is hereby gl
day of October. A. D . .
Toole was duly adjudicated bankrupt,
and the first meeting of his creditors
will bo held nt Mscon. In Bibb County.
Georgia, at the Grand Opera House Build
ing. on the 12th dsy of October, A. D.
Ho*, at 9:30 o’clock In the forenoon, at
which time the ssld eredltors may at
tend .prove their claims, appoint a true-
This October 2. 190*
NOTICE of First Meeting of Cred'fer*.
In tho District Coip-t of the United
Plates for the Western Division rf »>•*
Rniiii*rn District of Georgia. To Bank-
In the Matter of G. W. Brig-
man. Bnnkr ipt.
To the rredlto
mntv of Bibb, and dls-
Because of a Very Sore Throat and Sent
His Rearets to the Few Who Had '
Assembled to Hear Him |
Some few curiously disposed persons
o'clock Inst night, the hour at which i
„ .tout'ymmi’mnn bit?-! "'Oman’s organism. It quickly calls
. ue or the tnhif,. hut no'attention to trouble by aching. It
oouu im found who prepared to with other symptoms, such ns
Jentlfy him ns the candidate i ’ • • r • • ••
At 15 minutes |i
ly writing at <
s o’etoek nhotit 2& nervousness, hrniluohc, pains in tho
Bibb voter, entered the room, took rent, loins, Weight ill the lower port of
maii wrmir«' , 'nt l,l t1io ! inti!.’ "App.rently! Uie hotly, that ti woman’s feminine
recognizing the fact that It was i 1 *“ *«'
him to sny something, tile young
.... organism iummIk immcriuitoattontion.
" ! In such cases llu* one sure remedy
v*mill go to the hotel and, » * uw «»»»»»••«» scmwwj
delaying Mr. farter. liilWIIlCIl Speedily IVinoVPH till! G&USe,
“‘rf. •••..■SSaS’ “JJJJj »iid restores the feminine organism
that! to a healthy, normal condition is
a?K»ut the mhiut .
hlniM-If at the table and without
Ing hat mid In n conversation:!I t<
SiiJSSt'L’SB. h-A.'hu, W? ,T\ LYDIA E. PIN GIN AM’S
oim Who wished to communicate with LrfAsiaim
on"h'm' : ut ,'!M' h> ' ’"‘""" VEGETABLE COMPOUND
•rhv 55. mnro or tons, nitib vot.ri th«r« Mrs. Will Yountf, of <1 Columbia
’ mormuo'”** " n<1 i Ave., Rockland, Me, gaya:
A representative of The Telegraph In-! “ I was troubled for along time with
treduced himself to the spokesman snd dreadful backaches and a pain in my
SltEui irllw ”* Ki”s™vn*rk »'■}«• •■><> WM tnlMrabta in everyway.
American, temporarily detached for field I doctored until I waa discouraged and
service with Mr. Carter In Georgia for, thought I would never |fet well. I read
the present cantpelgn. . what Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vegetable
Mr. Davis said thnt Mr. Carter and his. o+k-l. on a
entourage. Ineluding ex-Congressman had done tor A ® t . h,r * d
Howard, of Alabama, had been at Ath- decided to try it; after taking three
ens In the morning, but Mr. Carter. I bottles I can truly aay that I never felt
though billed to speak there, bad unt^M..]. u mv ]|f.N
done so. Mr. Carter, he said, bad nnf 10 ™ 1 *“ m * ,lf * „ ,
abscess behind one ear which so affected Mr*. Augustus LVOU, of KaatEarL
LnLiu' nw V.e h was °not u in "a* eondiuon "to | Tn., writes to Mrs. Ptokham:
mpalgn. and he (Mr. Davis) | M I had very severe backaches, and
this morning, where ]
a very unwise to attempt pressing-down pains. I could not sleep,
0*22* iff hil'iM »"d •>“ ■>” appetite. Lytlla E. Hot-
.horo Mr. e.rt«r I, MH V'f'fit' Compound cured mo
lie thought of Mr. Carter’s and made uio feel like a new woman.”
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
""■ tULS 1 For thirty years Lydia E. I’ink-
Mr. r r>" vis said although n resident of ham's Vegetable Compound, mudo
Postell to Lecture 8unday 8ohool Ctase.
Mr. Jehu G. Postell will deliver a
lecture before the adult Bible Class rf
Mulberry Street Methodist Sunday
srhool tomorrow morning. His theme
on this occasion will be, "Soul Culture
nnd Spiritual Growth." Mr. Postell la
well known ns a gifted lecturer on re
ligion* themes and the subject select
ed for tomorrow Is one of his favorites.
Men’s and Womon’s Fall
Regals; an elgeant stock just
in. Parks & Everott.
IN THE CHURCHES
First Baptist Church,
E. C. Dargnn, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Thla la "Rally
Day," and a largo attendance of mem
bers and friends of the school Is earn
estly desired. Morning worship will
be held at 11 o’clock, with observance
of the Lord’* Supper end a short nd-
dross by t’Mo pastor on 'The Genesis
of Love. Night service will begin at
7:30. Sermon on ‘The Commenda
tion of Lave."
Sunday school 9:30 a, m. T. S. Low
ry, superintendent. Preaching nt 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by tho pastor.
Rev. Charles P. Cable. All are cor
dially Invited to attend these services.
Rev. John E. Seals, pastor. Clnss
meeting 10 a. m. Epwortb League,
Junior. 10 a. m.; Senior 0:45 p. m.
Preaching 11 a. m. by pastor, with
communion service. 7:30 p. m. by
Rev. L. L. Plekett, D. D., of Louis
ville. the noted Temperance evangelist.
Sunday school 3:30 p. ro. Mr. Fmnk
Mnllnry will speak to the Bible
8t. Paul’s Church.
College and Forsyth streets. The
Rev. John M. Northrop, priest nffl-
datlng. Servlees for sixteenth Sun
day after Trinity. 7:30 enrlv celehra
Services It a. m. and 7:80 p. m.
Sunday. Songs 10:30 and 7 o'clock.
Mrs.WinsIow’s Soothinp; Syrup
Hi- been used for over BITTY-FIVE
YEARS by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for
their CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING
with PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES
•ho CHILD SOFTENS the OHMS. AL
LAYS all PAIN: CURES WIND COLIC
snd ts the best remedy for DIARRHOEA.
Sold by Druggists In every n;«rt of ths
world. Be sure snd ssk for •'Mr- -
low’s Soothing Syrup," and takJiWMH
•r kind Twenty-five coots a, bottle,|
j snd ask for ’
ting Syrup," and toko i
Twenty-ffye rants a .
1 rant owl under the Food and Drugs
. June 10th. 1904. SerleJNumher 1CM
OLD AND WELL TRIBD BEMEDY.
Trying to Best the Gambling Bank.
The charm of roulette at Monte Car
lo Is apparent, the fascination and ex
citement are bound to hold you as they
did tne during my lucky daya.
Then, too, there la the gorgeous
beauty of the rooms themselves, tho
crowd of people nil Intent on the play,
and the prodigious rums of money
over in view—the unified activity, the
action of combined thought In one di
rection. Each play# upon the sensee
until (I rare not how strong your or
dinary will) you fall prey to a tempta
tion hoyond your power of resistance.
To In* captain of your own soul Tn thla
place In Indeed an arduous feat. I
mjw the strong and the wc-ak alike en
thralled -many people of many lands;
and I think there w»-re more woqen
than men. Borne played the game
with d"flnltc system, some In the most
erratic manner. The same fate over
At roulette, roughly, the bank wlna
three per rent of all the money staked.
As you play, thla hard mathematical
fact la establishing Itself against you. Th<
You may win nt the first. Indeed many wobif
times. All your winnings first get
back to the bank, end then your pock-
_ ... .... et will pay nt least this subtle three
Mscon, InDlbb roun-| p#r cent for all your fine aport of many
trl'-t aforesaid. » bankrupt.
Notice l« herebv given ibat on the ?i*d
dsy of October. A. T» 190*. the said G.
\V Brigman w»s duly adtudhnted bank
rupt. snd the flr«f mefllnr of M« cred-
It Is so simple, cned I even
i» ih. .t,
which time the said creditors may attend, ,h " r,,ar '^• ve.irK mm nroflts t>. the
their claims, appoint , ...
stamlne the bankrupt, end transact
other bustnsoa as may properly come
before s*ld meeting. The bankrupt (g
reoulred to be present on that day for ej3
M Octofc., rlST ,n B "‘ rUB,Cr '
the place yearly reapa profit* to the
tune of over one and a half million
The fateful zero take# your money,
mathematically, once In thlrty-alx spina
of the wheel; In the long reckoning It
always appears and each time tho hank
rakes in th* stakes —My Arthur Hew
UL in The Bohemian Magazine.
from roota and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women who havo been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bear-
ing-down feeling, flatulency, indigos-
tion,dizziness,or nervous prostration.
The Black Outcast.
It find Iwcn bo long since Rlowfoot
Hal Lad been In court that the offi
cers had almost forgotten her. and then
Sal laid charjged In appearance. Time
waa when It was about ns much as any
officer wanted ns n day’s task to ar
rest her, but the ravages of cocaine,
and Hal was no ordinary anlffer, (nod
almost taken tho starch out of her.
She was charged with being drunk
and disorderly, the old, old charge, and
n tho officer testified that he found
drunk and lying on tho street, she
did not Hash her bleary eyes nt him
ns in tiie old days. She smiled wearily,
probably thinking of the many time*
uho gave the officers nil they wanted in
the way of resistance nnd fight.
’Judge, dishyer cote halnt wot hit
usen ter bo. 1 halnt ben byern sem e
w'lsky went out'n surculation, hut Iser
ben hyeerln’ f’oni Lit. Do times Is
sho changed. Dey tell inn dat you
flno ’em fifteen dollars Jlss fur er
plain ol’ drunk, an’ w’en hit eorno ter
flglitln’ ycr Jlss stick bit t«r 'otn hot’n
hobby. Hit usen ter be, Jedgc, w’en
daro wuzzer plenty scads lyin’ ’roun’
loose an’ yer didn't hafter wuk less
yer wants ter, dat do Judge fine yer
two dollnra’n er ha’f, doan keer h
drunk yet gits; but of yer letcher foot
slip now, dey tells mo dat hits Kqty
bar de do’. In dem times dls chile nx
nunm-r ycr any odds. Effer feel Ink
glttln’ drunk I glta drunk; offer feels
Ink flghtln* 1 fights. Rome er dene po-
leec.es know bow I usen ter mekkum
hit do grit. In dem days offer coodn't
git lleker nuff on Bridge Row, I tt
gith hit on Fote Street. Homo er drse
poleecea ’member de time w’on Henry
Hammon' usen ter have do dances
down dar on Fote Htraet, an’ dey ’mem
bers how I usen ter cut do pidgin wing
i' de buck wing an’ sashay nil ’roun’
dem niggers. Dan w’enner gits mad
nn’ draws mer rasser, dem niggers sho
did flew out’n de do*. Den w’on de po-
leec.es comes nn’ dey eeed me, dey nay,
Sal. w’y donteher go on home an’
quttcher foollshln’. Dey knnwed dat
w’en dey tackle me dey had dare
ban’s full, an' donteher furglt bit.
Dey heap rudder dat I go home 'dout
tekken me ter de calaboose. Dem day*
twamt nuffln ter drink upper bottle
er lleker an* feel freeh In da mawnln’
Hit wus good llckov In dern days
Twamt nunner dlabor hot siuff dat
dey sells berhln* yer beck deeo days.
Ditlher stuff dey sells ter yer now slnt
lleker. Hits nlsen, nuffln but rank
plsen. An* dlsner nlgh-bearl Glmine
dishwater, gimme slops, gimme pot
lleker, but donteher gimme nigh-bear.
Whar I ben? Whar yer reekon I ben?
I alnt ben steepin’ In no bald wtd
w’lto sheets an’ w’lte klvver. 1 tells
yer dat. Anncr alnt ben eailn* eyes-
ters’n fruit rake nsever. Meka no
dlffunre whar 7 ben. Dat my Ma
nias. Ise glad I lien erway w’en dey
runs de lleker out. kase l JIhs know
dar wooder ben er mighty slghter fuss
fo day took mer las’ drnm erway Tom
me. I dun quits rightin' kaae mer
lalgs la weak an’ nuT unms Is weak
anner glttln’ ol* nn’ feeble, an’ ef yar
wants ter put me on do chalngnng las
put mo dar. De poleec.es needn't be
skeerder me now, ksse Ise lakkcr lam’
now. All I kin do Is ter rlcnolec* wot
I usen ter do wld do poleeees w’enner
V wusser ex gooder man’s es any
vum, an’ dey knows hit too. Need'n
fine me no money, Jcdge, kase I alnt
gutter rlnt—Jlaa aen’ me ter de gang,
anner doan keer fur how long yer sen*
me. De laa’ plact I sleep wus under
de railroad bridge, an* do wedder git
tin* too col’ fur ter Bleep dar any
longer. Dey kalnt do nuffln ter mo
now repp’n ter kill me. anner alnter
skoerd t* r die. W’enner pusson goes
rhoo wot I gone thoo. nn' glttln* ol’ an’
faebtn Ink ! Is, dey kalnt kill yer too
old officers remembered
. Hhe had given some of them
some awful tussles In the past, but
now that ahe waa a hns-heen. even
though ahe ha/1 been a terror, they
were willing to forgive. Hho «waa
harmless now, and they were glad that
for the black outcast.
A Wholtsoma Tonlo
H0R8F0RD’8 ACID PHOSPHATE.
Especially recommended for the re
lief qf that tired feeling during spring
FOR RENT—Large 10-room residence,
•Ingle family. $M- two families, fSO
each. Apply Dr. Hinkle.
N’T-sTalii in Park Hotel stable.
Apply Mrs. B. L. Hendrick. Park Hotel.
8INGER and Wheeler A Wilson tewing
machines f«»r rash or on eaey terms.
Cnll at 5«S Cherry at. and get prices.
FOR HALE—Automobile for sale; 24 h.
p.. 4 cylinder, runabout, good as new;
cost I2.S00; cheap for cash. 171 Cotton
—.. Mac on. Oa. e
». buggy and
WKU.tKivroil'iprtnT D»I«t Bolter, for
sale only at C. O. Moorn’a Phene 441.
FOR PALE—A gentle
harness. Can he i
table on Poplar st
”tst VSL m pTr;^*! J , i SLS?: , ‘ r *
MONET TO LEND on real oetato, repay
able monthly. J. J. Oobh, Commerdal
4k Pavings Diutk.
delay; see us at once.
Taylor. Citizens National Bank
"sm.* «s»srv. a n u .«, 4
HlloitTHAND Is the greatest help to a
iNinltlnn. Stanley’s IhisIneM College
has placed 19 students In good paying
IHiNlllotis In Maeon nlnnn within the hut
few weeks. Enter our night class.
FOX RIVER butter, fresh every morn
ing bv express. SI 1-lc per poind.
Ctcnai ul tvitUM li« hata
)V.■•••*« . ^ ^
Curt, V » i
ry.an«i f i n Pcujum 1
—I/»ts of odds and ends at
prlee. liuhn’a Firs Sole. 45»
RICE'S salted peanuts and tea square
chips, fresh at all dealom.
RICE’S isiltod peanuts and tea Srpjare
chips, fresh at oil dealers.
MONEY TO LOAN.
STILL ^mother sis rh tn prices. Hu ha’s
LOST—Betwen Rogers ave. and the Em
pire Store, a gold belt buckle. Finder
III kindly return to Miss Bessie Wool-
folk. care the Empire Htore.
WEBTERN and Georgia beef, pork, veai
and mutton, w. D. Barnes. Phone KiS.
College Hill Grocery.
BEEF. PORK, yea] and mutton; also
and oysters. W. D. Bai
KALAMAZOO celiry and Cape Cod ersn-
berrles. Freeh arrival of each at Oa-
FREBH FISH and oysters. W. D. Barnes,
MRS. BARNES’ Millinery has moved to
SCO Second st. three doors east, form-
•ly McKay's. Exclusive agency Knox
its. now on display.
MEN’H and women's fall Regale, on ele
gant stork Just In. Parks A Everest.
CRARH. shrimp and Brunswick oysters
Daniel A Blaslngame.
ON’T forget that the Htthn Fire Rain
Is still on; bargains galore. 469 Cherry
PHONE NO. I4S, The Pure Food Grocery
Co., for best and freshest groceries;
everything new. C. W. Rice, Mgr.
KALAMAZOO celnry. pears, npples.
penrhes and everything good and clean
to eat. M. nioch, 48.
FREBH arrival of cauliflower, heed let
tuce and Tokay grapes at Oanar Brad
Parks A Everett.
HOLLAND Mllchner Herring, sauerkraut
and Meperlln Hwlss cheese. Oscar
at Daniel A 1
Farms for Sale
2I2U acres In Crawford County: ftwe
miles f-nm Knoxville; good Improveraents;
103% acres, three and a half mikes
fro tnRobfTt*. 1 mho Apwittry of Ahe
second growth pine, ILMHO.
X44U acres on Flint River, contain#
ima (Inc river posture, $8,000.00.
M meres In Bibb County on mala pabllo
road, six miles out, close to scNom and
church; plenty of running water and lure
Improvements, which could not be re
placed for I2.to0.00; we sell for IA28Q.M.
The Georgia Loan
& Trust Company
80S Mulberry Street.
A well located place of property eoa-
nlottng of 7 houses renting tor $4MVV
K r month, at $4,600.00. Can carry a
in of $$.000.00 on It for three yearn
at 7 per cent.
Will be glad to have you call at
our office for one of our rent list#.
B. A. WISE
358 Second St.
Thla amount will buy residence M7
Madison street, the home of Mr. J. F.
Minton, who Is leaving the city. This
place ha# aeven rooms and two large
holla. It has every modern ormven-
Itnce and l» elegantly fitted through
out with cabinet manteia If you are
In the market tor a home do not over
look thla. _
■ RmI E.Ut.
418 Ch.rry 8trMt. VhMi* UK,