THE MACON DAILY * TELEGBAPH: SATURDAY MOBBING, OCTOBER 3, 1908
The cooler weather
reminds us it is time
to buy a Fall Suit.
which are known through
out the country for ex
treme excellence. .We
have them in all the latest
shades and styles and
though being really tailor-
made garments are no high
er in price than inferior
clothing sold elsewhere.
Star Clothing Co.
DAVE WACHTEL '
ON SEPT. 25 IS 69.7;
OWNERS' REPORT SHOWS MORE
THAN MILLION BALES IN.
CREASE OVER LAST
WASHINGTON, Oct. TV. cot-
ton rrop report lasued by the Impart*
m*nt oi Akrlculture ahowa th*" avar*
.age condition of the cotton crop Sep*
' lffnb* r 25 wss €9 7 per «.ent of the
normal against 7C.J on August 25 last.
C7 7 on Hppteinbar 25. 19®7. 7|.8 on «jrated here Sunday afternoon by the
September 2&. I9N. and 8*8 the nv- r*«elpt of a telegram to the youna
erare of the Inst ten .yearn on Hep- I ,„an* father. Rev. A. C. Cantrell.
—.... I Tha charm of Duncan Irving, th# chief
mi«%t tK fcr;
• h* tonic tiron^rtl* < r.f pl*>M by ftormun lf* r a*tt ana a large
Hop*. It P la palaUble. 2P2!ieh 0 |n*wl5!
refreshing and Invigorating. A nos-I *® %.'*&**
Intoxicant beverage for man. woman dt P* f 2**
and child. It conUlna last than one. JJbat ,b# raajly lai and dots. Clara,
half of l r.er cent, of alcohol by vobjica mate» la not a talkjr play, but an act-
and tray b# aold wherever soft drink* |ln* °"8. an £J >UBf V«J r M*en?£o> n fA/» ia
are told without a United States Rev- ' pon tha good word of hla friends for bla
enua license. The product of Anheuser- position in tha drama, but upon hla own
Hutch. sterling qualities. Ho on* -yojm-
--1 of th# play and
HMMV9PH know Mm
to be a man of sweet and fln# honor.
Ilia eyes and hla words carry conviction
to every i
that h# I* the posse*aor of
tember 25. The condition* <«nd
ten year average on Heptember 55 re-
sportively, by Htate* follow*:
Virginia 7h per tent; average 87.8.
North Uarollnn 89 i*-r cent; aver
Mouth Carolina Ct per rent; aver
Georgia 71 per rent; average 71.
Florida 72 per rent; average in.
Alabama 70 per cent; average |l.
MlaalMlppI "0 per cent: average OS.
Louisiana 56 per cent; average M,
Tennessee 70 per cent; average 74-
Missouri 70 per rent; average 78.
Oklahoma 78 per rent; average 70.
Ry Htatcn the numb* r of bales,
counting round aa half bales and active
ginncrpfc respectively, for 1908. fo|.
Alabama 207.508 bales; 2.HI gin*
Arkansas 85,827 bale#; |.<80 glnner*
Kenturky 117 bales, | ginnery.
l/uilalana 81.207 bale*; IATJ gin
Mississippi. I98.48S bales; 2.83) gin.
Ml**ourl 4.1.11 hales; <7 ginneries
North Carolina 89. 189 bales; 1.812
Oklahoma 10.141 hales; 522 glnner-
stating that his crond son. a. #t*»*Mit ihe takes
int Young Harris Institute, and private ••very oi.<
I #< • n tary to pr.-PP nt Hharp*-. of that """
j Institution, had run auav ult.i a num-
( her of companions and gon« to Nor*
• folk to Join t**«- United states navg.
The family of the young student. Car-
roll Cantrell, were shocked as well #a
distressed at tb«- news, aa he was con
sidered th# pride and model of the
family, and a hoy of unusually quiet
and retiring nature. The father left
at once to try and apprehend tha
young would-be sailor, who lacks sev
eral years yet of reaching hi* ms-
orlty. A message received since the
father's departure state* that the
young man ond tils romiwnlon* went
and honest soul. I "mean Irvins
a man I* Innately critical. A rctlc. nt
- ms to Ms own thoughts and f*** -Un*>*.
in Inward measurement of
with whom he comes In cot;,
the reverse of what had h*<n
suppos'd. It hurts him to acknowledge
defect* in others and he has the linp*r-
sons I sense of Justice which allows for
k»smI qualities In those who are uncon-
■nlal to Idm. And so. even to his rival.
Bert Stafford, he Is chivalrous to tha
danger point. IJut one# hla honor Is
nroused, one# h# finds that It la hla fath<-
good name that Stafford la dragging
.... J the rnlre. all caution, all restraint
leave him and he strikes a blow that
rulna hla life.
Field Greater Minstrels called "The
H! » ~P« n.y
!? PA. liV* of Naples." nursling aa It does sud-
physical egamlu.'uion. th* /'f 1 d«#5 on audiences almost totally unpre-
1" r . ■"jjjjijjy^ulto_ i0 magnificent.
there for Cincinnati. Mr. Cantrell is
a member of the North Georgia Con
ference and wM| known throughout
the Ftute. with a wide circle of
friends. He will endeavor to have hla
son. who returned to college two
Weeks ago, resume the college work
and continue the excellent record he
made at Young Harris Inst year both
•a g student and private secretary to
the president of the school faculty.
Eatonton Banker Successful Horti
Mr. B. W. Hunt, of this city, has
Just forwarded upon request to the
the Fiesta of Flowers neverL .
make an Impression that Is pleasing.!
possibly the "Bay of Naples" would
have l**en a letter name for this magtilr
ncf-nt depicture. Nothing lint
the world famous bay of
Naples can ne compared with It srcnlrnl-
ly. A number of the best scenle artists
have been at work on this setting for
wer a year Design after design waa
Irawn and rejected, until finally the ar-
lists caught and executed Mr. Field's
tuirrg of the singers and dancers. Alto- .
gether the effect Is the most beautiful
Had a Wife-
And couldn’t keep her."
But it was because he wore
such shockingly, shoddy
If lie had worn clothes from Benson’s—she never
would have left i.iin—there’s no “shoddy” in a Benson
suit at any price.
But whether or not yon want to hold your wife,
present or prospective—a Benson suit will “hold you’’
—servo you—and satisfy you.
And there’s a reason why.
We Are Specializing a Lot of Suits Today
$10 TO $20.
Mouth Carolina "MB'*? hales* 4C99 rrw an< * remarknble hybrid fruit, from »,f the many beautiful productions that
MnnirUs * 4 sweet an * ©rang#- graft, have always been a fentura with the
*'U." r '*T* „ ... showing it.* growth and development Field mlrstrels. The rtesta of Flowers
Tennessee 28.128 half*. 419 glnr-r- h|# Th „ .urange Is marks sn enorh in modern Wln»trel f y
Texas 981.835 hales; 3.784 glnner.
Virginia 379 bales; 35 ginneries.
The dl*trlhutloti of sea bland cot
ton by Metes I*: Florida 5.092; Geor
gia 5.9(3. Houfi Carolina 370.
»'U**»| toiluv sll>
'•untlng tin- roti
i»d fr*.iu th*- |!l
garden here. The . It range
ns atate<| nhm*e a cross b**tw
sour and sweet orange, hardy and
easily grown In b is climate. The first
tre«-a brought to America wi
expensive nnd Mr. Hunt. Interested in
both agriculture and horticulture
well as banking and other business
Interests here, secured tree* from Mr
percknton. Of Augusta The tree be
111 ' 7"_ then secured has grown to twice the
' ' mtii «f #n ordinary man and Is now
b ,rS-gj-s &■ i issft .v;
iwiiwii*, i'i** ce« f!,r B,, ° ha * a well-grown tree on his lot
IM# .. n 1 s «*, - is ! here. Interest in the fruit I* ln»er-
1 f r nn< * * national and the Agricultural Depart-
nilinl-r of aWlr* vlnn-rlc, Ihl. ]
s .M idi ••••inpare.l w ith |8.12| for
ro.118 for |WMi and 221.389 for
In those having »r.-s ,.f th- n«
brld. Florida and California
look well to their laurels when
gia odds a hardy orange plant to her
The fMiind b ile- this vear nre . a*" n ' ,a, ‘ a n*ruy orange m.iiit io n-r
iJSjy r I1 l !S z' 7iV*,5r, t-.*.
mil fur "1998 i.n.1 11'a*;'for i9ir ‘ ** ,n * few yrgra vie with th** F:it»**rtis
r 1 11 f r ,505 - Una add another Item to the wealth
Put Your Account With The
American National Bank
The Largest Bank in Middle Georgia!
Surplus (earned) $300,000.00
Liberal Treatment and Courtemi* Attention to all.
R. J. 1AYLOR. PmiJcnt
R. W. JOHNSTON. V.-P.
L. P. HILI.YER. Vice-Pr,,.
OSCAR E. DOOLY.Ca»hier.
| and add anotb-
MAKES HOMELY WOMEN PRETTY.I" f ,lw Empire Htnte nf ih. rtouth.
No woman no matter how regular *"
' h**r feature* may **c run be called pret-
i tv If h«-r complexion I* had. Or I no
Laxative Fruit Hvmn aid* digestion
md clears Mllow blotched •■ontplexiona
I bv sllmulatins the liver and l»owels.
! Mrlno Laxative F'rult Hyrup does not
j nauseate or gripe and la mild and
pleasant lo take. Remember the name
OllINn and refuse In Accept my suh-
stltute. II. J. Lamar A* Co., near
J Fourth Nnllonal Itank. agents
DR. GOOPEP, IS CALLED TO
Comas From South Carolina Charne
ls Natty# of Georgia and Son of
KATDNTON. On.. Oct. r.—Rev. T,.
A. r*ai|H*r. I* l». of Fount Carolina,
has been called to the pastorate of the
F*lret fttptlst ffuirch.
Don't delav ordering your cloth
until vou NEED them. Get an car
HTART Albert McKay.
FT. LOUIS. Oct.
Into first place In the S.t
t Iona I laesgu*' pennant race. The llrst
game was a walkover
4 IJeftetd pitch***! f
lteels* win lilt frcejjr.
game Ht. Istuls stoicl In tli<
Mug. but III the seventh Gll>
lit the sn-ond
run. In the ninth
home runner, win-
..inn o:o eoi — 4 7 *
llatt-rles- Piei^ and Ludwig; Lie Held
•nd Uihson. Time. 1:45. Umpire, O'Dav.
S«*eon«i game: R II F7.
.it l/>uis ooi oon non-t 7 2
I'lttsburc ;..ooo oon jni-2 « 2
Batteries—Rhodes and nils*; Csmnlts
and Gibson. Time. 1*32. Umpire. O'Day.
PHILADELPHIA, "oct. 2.-New York
easily wen today's game by scorinr seven
runs In th# first Inning. Philadelphia
used three p|t< lie.rg In the first Inning,
during which N*w York male only three
. ... wmrn .»• w **■*»» iiia-r* mi —
has accept** I the call lo succeed Rev. mis. two *rrors and six hoses on halts
l»r. J M. Itrlttaln. who resigned In 1 being thrown In. Tenney opened with a
. M.v last Dr. t'ooper has alrnulv ar- t»#aa and be scored *' *» aim-led
iiv. d In F'oitontnn and will hr followed I F.n«Lrarwt lo third t
"> ", 'zl 1 ’ Suw'T^.r
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO
Sam Weichselbaum & Mack
P. O. Box 163 Jacksonville, Fla.
The Mack Boys will give them prompt nnd enreful
attention. Koto thn following. All express prepaid:
XXX 8ap#rV»r Ry*. 1*50 gall. Jug. 4 quarts 09
Hlx yaar old Com. 1105 gall. Jug, 4 quarts |2 18
VIoust Vernon Ry#. 14 88 gall Jug. 4 quails *....iLM
Our Choi*'# Rye. 15 80 gnllJug. 4 quarts (| |0
And era# it Oo Bourbon, lour quarts 9450
Whit* Mills, bottlod In bond, four quarts $4 58
Lewis’ 88. four quart*
Iflark lotbel. four quart a §g
S year old Com. lout quarto..... 00
These are only • few of our ninny good thing*. Send
us a trial order. All tho standard brands of BEER - at
lowest price*. 'Write for price list.
SAM WEICHSELBAUM & MACK.
v- 1 Iwliit's grounder. Itrcsnahsn and Rrld-
pMug the rill ..f the F:;«4"n
for *-< ..flU
.1*1 ' • nr* Stale evangelist under the well’each waikc*i.’ foivtitg In f*ey m
ibyptlst Home Mission floanl. *.f F'oxen then went In and give two passes.
Smith tMmllna. nnd I# one **f the Pal- 1 i 0 iI* n |L !SL I* 1 ". 1 ?;■ |n M i*?*i■ JKS
«.,.•*• . i u ,.i * null,, .immi.iyu #ent in to pitcii. and a sttigte i*\ l ter x**g
1 . States iH-*t known pastors. , rnt tn two more runs The Inning en«le*t
bat lug tilled A numtu r of ex.*#llrnt, llJP f^iin throwing out McCormick. Bar-
ap|H*lntiifnts In the Htate. He Is a r« n g th# fifth inning. Amesa “ 1
1 tlriTKbtn by birth and tho a*) * 1
liv birth and the s**n of a live, especially with men on the base#, f^hn
n Baptist minister «’*f North j In the ifth Pblla«Vlphla got only one
1V» VMI.nlnn' church re | on .tone «ni!lr. .nd .n error, gcorc: |*„
quested g trial sermon several weeks 1 v __ VnA fMAM«ML.T 1 iim
ago and Immediately nfter the sermon. ‘ i*hn*geiphtg* Y.*.*.*.*!r 9 2
:.9t t':nptrrs! Kleat and Johnstone.
The Al. G. Field Greater Mlnatr-ls Is
Tuesday. October 8. Heats now I
With all the hue and cry about th# Im
morality of tho stage. c#rtatn plays of
"The old Homestead." "Sltora Acres.'*
"Human lle.irta.” #t** continue to gmw
lu popularity. Instead of receiving ad
verse rrltb lrms from the pulpit, th** man-
ngctr.ent of "lInman Hearts" continually
receive letters from leading dergvm-nL
throughout t ue muntrv. praising It lor i 1
Its lieaYt interest and tho be«utlf*d '
moral story it t* ils. nuking an evening
well s|Mjit f*.r nil who see It. Th** old
ol.ige that "n good man shomd Jrn-rv
Hearts." No dramatic author It.
•ver glv.n to the sta^e a more Idyl'io
■haracter than "Tom I*ogan." a hig.
V/e Invite Your Account.
Macons New National Bank
Under United States Supervision.
Managed by large board directors,
omposed of sixteen successful repre
sentative business men.
Commercial National Bank
E. Y. Mallary, Pres.; Cecil Morgan, V. Pres.; J. J. Cobb,
V. P.; W. P. Wheeler, Asst, to Pres.; E. N, Lewis, Cashier.
whole-souled son of the
who has fallei
i of a Jc
- - . . * «f n punt. In- 1
•*nt girl, the sweetheart of Ills boy- '
Regal Shoes for Fall, for
Men and Women; all kinds and
in quarter sizes.
Parks & Everett.
th<* nigged tb-hllng of the locals assist
ing the visitors in scoring. Hcore:
..918 820 138-8 9 ll
.000 H»A 800—1 7 4
-and Urlger; Hchllt*.
nnd Powers. Time, 1:50. Umpire,
NEW YORK. ~
knocked Hogg *
Oct. 2—The vlsltorg
of the box In Ihe third
Inning and won raiUy. 12 to 2. Reor.»:
Washington 823 085 082—12 if 1
New York 080 801 108— 2 7 3
Batteries—Keeley and Street; Hogg,
Lake and Blair. Time, 1:20. Umpire,
DETROIT. 0*1. 3.—Detroit disposed of
Waddell in one Inning and then appar
ently threw away the game by erratic
base running and fielding The hitting of
'rawford nnd lloesman tied It In
nth nn*l won It In the ninth
warm argument on whether Ro#«
In the -
— T Rosa-
ninth. which scored
’oi l* from first, waa only a double under
ground rales or not. but th# m
ruled In favor of Detroit. Score
We are headquarters for Oysters, Fish' and Fresh
Meats. Oysters all the time. -*
Your orders solicited.
W. L. Henry Co.
Out of town orders receive prompt attention. T
KAPLAN is SNETMAN
612-14 Poplar St.
Batteries—glimmers. Mullins nnd
Schmidt; Waddell. Howell and Smith and
Time. 2 hours. Umplrts. 8her-
CLEVELAND. Oct. 2.—Cleveland de-
•ated Chicago today In the most re-
mnrkahlc game of the yenr In the* Mg
leagues hy the score of 1 to 8. Jos* not
’hleago out without a hit. but
TO ADVANCE SCIENCE, |a-Kf
PROF. TYLER SELLS HEAD
•lance of Ihl* oocurD'd In the rail ex- 2S!S‘i t ■»
* tcii.te.l tlr pminer V former Moth Brooklyn 188 83x—2 7 2
1 * tV # L«.t r .c tiem *■»*d'nU.r 1 ! V.YvThv Itxttertes—Flaherty and Graham; Uns-
i*Mll-.t pastor here and also n Preahy- totitif and Dunn. Time. 1 It. Umpire,
jterlan minister, bearing incidentally of cmelle.
I the call probably being extended.
! without Dr. Cooper*# knowledge, wrote CINCINNATI. Oet 2.—Brown held Cln»
•front letters of endorsement to their £}**8 U 1 -H ot -
.brethren tn Fhtonton. which were r*ad S.lPtnl”^IsM»lJ^ lUoSd
U, ,h, Mrttot . hun-h conf.r,n T p, i :SSJ2Si2K h hl? ?2K:
C*>oper haa gtreadv beep wgrmty and mandlttg lead In the fleet Inning. Score;
; cordially received and hga made a fln# RH E-
Impreselon without retard to denoml- <^8H»in#tl 522 52C i I
nnllonal line# , I Batteries—nowari.* "Savldge ’and Me.
Eatonton Boy t# Join Navy. ;T^an: Brown and Kilng. Time. 1:38.
Quito n gwbl deal of Interest was | Umpires. Rlglcr snd Owcno.
*nd Clarke twice each. Cleveland 'hit
% or .J:"r~5!:*A h .‘^'sr' M «™*, nd ^zJ i!«. '»- w a2SJik * "A ^
Cleveland scored It* nnlv run Inf
Birmingham led off with a *!ncle
caught him napping off first, hut
1 throw to second hit th# runner In
the head and he went „
he scored when Walsh and Schreck be-
camp croseed In their signals and a Kill
a8Sr..v.—v.y.« % tfcffi
plreA Connolly and 0'1/>ughlln.
Id. M Lob, Pc# 1 j 4. M. Donskue. V. Pr«» : Jerome Hermin, Sec.-Tress.
BEDINGFIELD & CO.,
P. O. BOX 10M.
JACKSONVILLE, . FLORIDA.
.MAIL ORDER HOUSE
MUMM'S EXTRA RYE 1 •,
4 Full Quart* $ 5.60
12 Full Quart* $14.00
1 Gallon Jug $ 6.20
T. B. R. WHISKEY
* "Sour Mash” ‘ . *v -
4 Full Quart* 3.50
12 Full Qnnrta ;........$ 950
1 Gallon Jug $ 3.20
BEDINGFIELD’S POP CORN WHISKEY
4 Full Quart* $ 2.95
12 Full Quart*: S 8.00
1 Gallon Jug $ 2.65
EXPRESS PAID ON ALL THE ABOVE GOODS
We Are Sol* Agents For Cook’s Celebrated Beers
WRITE FOR OUR COMPLETE PRICE LIST
i H-H-H-l-m-iM-H-H M-HI-i-M-ll H IIH I I I I I I 11 11 III I H-
carries this trade
mark. Sold every
of October next, and from day t
until th# same is disposed of. the under-
signed as guardian of Theresa L.. Joseph
I L.. Florence 11. and Henry J. Behr. mill
! present to tha lion. William H. Felton.
Judge of tho Superior Court of Bibb
AMHERST. Mass.. Oct. 2—A story County, at the court bout# In said county.
AAim-noi.. sinaa., w*. - -i r, „ pe t , t | on pursuant to section 2818 ol
‘ ‘ “ Georgia, for lea\*a to
th•~z»ct that said
small Income and <9
.. Investment for said
f 8klf tor reinvestment
th# following described
All that tract or parcel of land situated,
lying and being In the County of Bibb,
Stats of Georgia, known aa tha southwest
corner of lot No. 128 of the fourth dis
trict of originally Houston, now Bibb
County, Georgia, containing BO acree,
more or less, bounded on the south by lot
No. 121 In the satne district: on tha
west by the Bloomfield Rood, and on th#
north By thatptrt of said lot No. 128,
owned by O. O. Robinson, and east by
other portions of laid lot No. 120. owned
by L. W. Hollingsworth, th# asm# teing
part of th# property conveyed to Ia w,
Hollingsworth hy Vashtl vT Jot *“
deed dated 21st day of April. 1151
corded In the office of tne Clerl
Superior Court In Book 85. folio
This notice la published pursuant to
tn# provisions of the section of Cod#
erst Ion was Involved.
Prof. Tyler Is reputed to have the
best shaped head In America, with an
extraordinary brain development. All
the famous anatomical experts of the
country ar# familiar with these facta,
and they regard his head (both before
and After death) aa of tremendous
valu# to science. It Is claimed that
under pledge of aecrecy they obtained
tbs rights to It after his del
AT THE LYRIC,
From the number nf Inquiries that
Is being mads of Manager Bandy as
to the opening of the Lyric on Mon
day n#xt. It Is to be supposed that
the Interest In this cosey little play
house Is general and that capacity au
diences will witness the opening bill.
A better balanced bill could not to
gotten together and If Macon people
don't go daft over Barony in hla oM
maid atunts; Baby Kelly In her won
derful dancing, and Veda and Quinta-
roun In their marvelous globe act
then Macon win stand In a clast all
by hereelf. as all other cities In which
these artists have appeared have done
this very thing. •
«7aumant*s animated pictures will
constitute a part of th# bill. Matinees
from 4:10 to 8:SO. at which oMldren
will b# admitted for 5 cents. Night
performances from 7:18 to 10:18.
above referred t«.
MRS. LIZZIE BEHR.
Guardian as Aforesaid.
executor of the estate of Mrs. Eugenia A.
Ltnch. late of eakl county, deceased, hav
ing filed la this office hi* apllcatloo fnr
leave to sell all th* lands belonging to
said estate situated In Putnam County.
Ga.. this Is. therefore, to not try all per
sons Interested that hts application wm
be heard on the fret Monday In Octo
ber. 19»H C. M. WILEY. Ordinary.
GEORGIA. Bibb County.—To Charles If.
Whitfield. Robert Whitfield. Annie H.
Whitfield. Marlon W. Whitfield and Chas.
H- WhimeM. guardian Marion W. Whit- .
field, hetre-at-law of Mrs. Effle If. Whit
field. lat# of said oounty..deceased:
This I* to not Ifr vou that th# trustees
of the Methodist Episcopal Chureh. South,
located at MIHedgevtHe. Ga.. has filed an-
plication In this office for an order for
the administrator of the estate of Mrs.
Effle H. WhlteftaM to make deed te them
to S certain tract ef (snd described frj a
bond for title attached to said applies,
tlon.* and alleging In said r*ttMon that
M#teore!offtca! il*t* furnished by th# ... .
n*i?Ly ig rwsVn l L!.*?***** e* f I *W ba* beegNfUlIv corns'l#d with,
the 24 hours ending at 4 P. *»•. k>cai, n *med nartte* 'h»» th# said appiicari*M|
wm be heard on #»«» u-n.i«,. | n (v-
C. M wn ET. Drdlnarv
pm...79 ll pm..84. 5 am..52.11 am..8?!
8 pm...It 15 mn—'<U s am..51 12
T pm...tl| 1 am..8i' : am..i3 l
• pm...89 2 am*.5? (.am..88' 2
• pm...8« S am..58’-9 am..83' 2
O DEBTORS AND
the estate of v.
Bibb County. Ga.. de-
18 pm...88! 4 am..M l* am..85; 4 pm..72 cessed, are notified to render In an
I I ■ . — ... 1 count of their demand* to the
fittest Report. i algned. snd #11 se-*ona ind# v tc.|
Th# Ocmulgee Hlvrr at Macon at 7 a-. estate ere regiged tn m*lr* in
m. read 2 1 feet: aTMawklneviUc i t feet: payment. Seymour m brown.
at AbbevtPe. 2.0 feet, and at Lumber Administrator *4«‘— **
aty, 1.1 feet i ceased.
tat# V. BeU Brown. Ds-