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READY FOR THE VETERANS.
ARII %\C.I MPM * MUI >*t HK- ,
| MON IN U M U '
Cm. Rvan* It Ulll He *•*
Notable Vtrnnloii • Mll In the
stnir-1 Ime of March for Hie Pa
lide-M herr the HrigUe* WiU
Have lleilqiinrt*r*-. i I%•
Telia l\h Mr l>ne*'l "ant Me-
Augusta. \W r >n <~>menl A
fvint open to-tl.iv t Augusta with the
Confed*r* '* Hem r. Committee miking
Aral praparanons U r th appronelilng j
#ret re r ri *' tie Georgia Division
Vnlted r*orfedrrata Yeterana tn thia ctfy.
Nr 4 V ar*i 1*
Get K\an* tavt that lie has never
kfAivr ni're almtrab'e preparation* than j
those hnnr mads for the reception of th
large number of veteran* and their j
friend* w ' will Shrong Augusta during
reunion wr#K Fi*ery survivor miv f**l
asaurwl that the utmost atfentior wrhi h ,
the bes 1 hoapitalltv of this city ran er
cure. will k> afforded him Gen t>\an*
aim eN tha thla arid he the moot nota
ble reunion ever held in
A* to-dv conferen l* was de id*d
that five hor>*- he a t**d to e n hr,cad •
for rh* pared* during the reunion T*
parade tr wn* and Med w i he on Thu'*
day and th* hre of mirrh will be *
aerr.Med a* the rorrer of Ore#*?e and .!*, *.
eon afreets a* .1 p m and move down
the nortt ride of Greet * to < enter o*r
■"* ’ t
Broad to Martxiry out to Greene
doam the n>r*h -ale of Greene to Jack
aor ou* to Hroad passing the reviewing
e*and or al l- w.N he the <lovernor and i
*Fhe e> *rsl brigade* of '*eternn wl’l
ho * follow* First Brigade flnu?h*-f
Georgia Veter,* • orr.mwr 4 ed h\ G**
headu larters Sui*er! r Court
room Re ord Brigade. Fli tern Georg a
Veterans commanded by Gen Wil*
headquarter * City Court ro-tn Third
Brigade Western 'Georgia Veterans. • >m
mended \r, Gon Boynton, headquarter*.
Daughters of Confederacy Hall fourth
Brigade Northern Georgia Veterans
cotr.mar.do! by Ger. Went, headquarter*. ,
hiJ! under city ry*< trf room Smith Car*- 1
line Veteran*. Ger Walker cormnnndt a
will have headquarter* at Camp 4F. a !
room* The v.irtoue brigades will hold
mretinge on Thurrdav and elect officer*
The question of Gen Rviw accepting |
re-e*eoion being discussed In his preaenc*
to-day he said
“Tb*r* le now very Iftrle work attache 1
to the position f am ana lout that som* I
worthy veteran private or officer, about 1
be given the honor of the place. I am no
retiring he rouse of too onerous duties but
I do thlr k th#*e honors that w* can be*
toe on one another should not be alwiy*
kept to one man
RMI’LTK HODI. REVFNTY
Wheeled From lishlon* ga to At
lanta to Hear Orstnra.
Atlanta Nov J.—Charles Nhuit*. one or
tna Dahlonega ad**’*. and a member of
•he senior class. node seventy miles on a
b.o >• le yesterday In order to attend tn*
oratorical contest held a; Iha Grand lasi
He mid* th* trip In a lift e over sever
hour* and though the Cadet bavtsllov
u , t h - ame <*r the train left ;
tn** '.•♦urs before he did. Bhu’ti aimed in
A* h .i at toe same t,m*\ and was ap
lanrn n as good condition a any ol
the other bo> s
Hhulta Is working h4* w ay through col
lege Me re elves $7 per month from tho
Brown fund at the college, which defrays
h's aspens*-*- for a month, and when it
was announced that the *dets would
come down to “root” for their speaker j
Bhulta de ided he could not pa\ th* ll
which the trip would cost. But when th* .
boys lef? yi-sterday morning he could not
boar the de of remaining In the town
•lene H* l* a speaker hlmelf and ha'*
tak*n part In som* of the famous dc
bat*a held at tte colleg •
Ha\ ing about $! that he cotild afford to
spend he horrowe*) n bicycle from a
friend nnd at 9 o'clock yesterday morn
ing he left Dahlonega for Atlnntn The
dtatatice of seventy miles With n deter
mination to rea h Atlanta in time for the
ei*eiklr.g he began to push the pedals and
when the vestibule of the Ro-rthem heir
Ing the boys from Dahlon*K arrived in
Atlanta yesterday afternoon. Rhulii met
It at the depot
witndh in mi iii n Aiimif. '
Irw York Mnn lit*- i linnu-.l Hl*
Mind About the Flection.
Atlanta. Nov * McKinley stock In At
lanta took a tumble this morning that
carried Joy to the hearts of men
who are playing the Bryan end A tele
gram from a New York brokar who had
tin.ooo on ev tiutige here ?o bet on the Ite
publican candidate at odd*- of 4 to 1. re
quested nil money not covered to be with
drawn at once.
Murphy A Cos . *tock and cotton broke rs,
had the New Yorker's money to bet By
wire last week Mr Murphy received In
structions from the Kastem broker to bet
all moneys possible, within 110,000. on Mc-
Kinley Mr. Murphy placed **ome of the
more\ her* at 4 to 1 wired to the Mmi
1 xchangc to bet IS.nflA there, and to the
New Orleans office to bet fc* w there
At 10 o'clock to-day Mr. Murphy receiv
ed the following wire from tha broker
’New York Nov 3—The sound money
pirade Is not tip to my expectations
yet Cancel the order *• to bets on Mc-
Kinley and withdraw money not covered
Mr. Murphy wired to the New Orleans
and B*!ma exchanges to bet no more on
AVO I T%’* M HOOK ELECTION.
Many Negro Notes Hnse Been Vleg
latered In That t Ity.
Auguata. Nov 3 Member* of the Board
of Education were re-ele*ted to-d.is In
the Flrt Ward and in the Fourth there
was opposition Ithe F'irst Ward there
was a FtJll hunt, and no opposition to J
B Davenport was heard of until the la>t
hour before the polls closed. Then votes
began to be polled f*r I* P Arrington
When the count was mad* Davenport was
r*.elected by only seven votes In th*
Fourth Ward. John O \V*cker announce !
himself yesterday in opposition to Ot.* G
Lynch The vote resulted Lynch.
Th* registration for the white primary In
the mayoralty election closed this after
noon with a total of 5.117 white voters For
some reason a circular was thrown around
the streets tw*o days ago calling on ne
groes to register to he aWe to vote in the
final election without reference to the
nominee of the w*hite primary and tn the
last two days 1.4*2 n* grows registered
INSANE. 3A OMAN’S St H
Ming Herself Uhlle Temperarlly
Con fined In Jail.
Columbia. B C . Nov S —Miss Julia
Fool*, a lady highly respected and of ex
ce lent family, .as* her mind at her horn*
near Gaffney Cherokee countv, pending
the arrival of persons from the a* him
she was yesterday committed to tail in
Gaffney by the pmhat* Judge This morn
leg she was found dead in the rail having
bung herseU wub lbs waittbaod lorn frnm
44 Honest Labor Bears
a Lovely Face."
There is nothing more
pleasing to look upon than a
hearty, ruddy face, gained by
honest toil. They are the
saving of the nation, these
toilers of both sexes, strug
gling for daily bread.
'Pure Hood ntjiej them aUr to keep up
the daily rouid of duty at home, shop or
*/-*. Hf the blood has a tatrt or im
purity. or a run doavo feeling comes on.
the one remedy is Hood's Sarsaparilla.
America's Greatest Medione foe the blood.
Poor Blood "<Wv blood nvas so
poor that in hottest -weather l felt cold.
Hood's Sa’saparilla made me warm. It is
the right thing tn the nght place." Hattie
). Taylor. Woodstown. N. J.
Mood l SabUipailffg
Wood .Si i. ... i th* ~or 'rrt.sr.oe *"#
only ceTkarii. t. ul. -i.i It. -i * -
•PKCIAI. NOTH R.
TO st I't.HlOH CNH H T
Jt HOWS. ,
Ab petit Jurors v. o were diecharsed to
either Monday. Nnv 5 or auhjact to notl
flcatioc,. are h-r-hv notified that th-y are
fur'her d.acharse-1 urft. Monday 17th tnet
Ity order of ill* Honor .lud*e Kallt-
Sant. JAMfCP K T I’Aftß.
C|-rk S C , C C . Ot
-THIRt IK Hit VrI.F.S”
"BKT l\ THE WORLD."
We are the first In the boat nee to tv
the put.U the Unefit of reducd price* in
'.sen mcleir Our prl. e* follows
Tb, :• TfUBCNB CMAINLEBB.
Palmer lira* W> <**
The isnr, TIUBCNE. m del S3, Tal
m-r tire* M<l OP
Trices on tha other models reduced er
TIUBI'NE BTCTCJ.EB e*cel Irth In
materia, and workmatahlp anythin* on
th- market TftIHCNK Bprock-ts ar-
CYCLOPJAL. hav* been sin.-# the first
TRIRCNE aa. built. Thia mean* not
only accuracy tn ft. hut the chain In paa#
tng over the aprock-ts anile, does not
slid-, friction Is therefore reduced and
wear unheard of TRIIII'NE REAR
IKOfI are superior to any other that we
know of. They will run minutes longer
than any other.
We aro sole agents for this section for
the II F OOODRI' H CO . of Akron. O
manufacturaew of Goodrich and I'almer
Ttree Th.ee tins are acknowledged to
he the finest mad- Our prs-es as folios'.
The PALMER TIRE E.‘ > per pair
The GOODRICH. No UK 10 Oh per pair
The dtX'Dßli'H No ! IkOOperpair
All of Which ar- most l.twrally suarsn
teed and we save you f? fr * per pair
Our slock of Run.lrtes Is tha largest
South We have on hand a full line of
HPAI.DINiS'R Alnlectio Hweaters, th
finest made, from SHI up We will also
take orders for any style of Gymnasium
REPAIRING ts dor* her- in a work
mantis* and th*r*f,.ra satisfactory mm.
ner W* want your trade at the t*at ap
poiatsd Mrrelt *l,l.- .. Ibis sauali f.
It V C. INNER AT,
ltcll 7’hone N > t£t> No iMk- ;tS Bull street
STATE 4M PtM \T\ TAXES. 11*00.
tiffi -e Collector B.ate and County Tssae.
Chatham County, Ga., Soiannah. Oct
Tha digest la now open for the ec||ec
tlon of the above taaas on all property
pal and personal, the specific tax on pro
fesslons. also tha Toll Tax for Educational
Purpo-cs or* all Male Residents of the eliv
and county between the age* of 21 and
60 yeeir* Off|e at the Court House
Hours. a m to 2p. m
jab j mcgowan.
Tax Collector C. C.
HH VAN OR MrKINI.HV t
VIA SPECIAL NNESTERV
t MON NVIItFs.
NVe will make It pleaannt for you.
MARTIN ROF.NTNCH A CO.,
Live Oak Saloon,
22(1 ft ru a h ton RtrcSt, Writ.
I take great pleasure In announcing to
iny friend* and the public In general tbsi
I have accepted the position and Mk'n
charge of the collecting department of B.
II I#vy A Hro I thank my frlen.la and
tha public In general for past favor* and
aka contlnuanea of tame I am. re
wp I full/. J R METZGER.
All person* are caullone.l again*' haV
horltui or trusting any of the crew of
Uic British steamship Moorhy, as neither
the captain nor con<gnee* will be re
-ponelble for any debt* contracted by
them. BABNARD A CO..
Nov t. 1900 Consignees.
J. C. HAVANT,
Attorney. Solicitor and Coumelor,
nit. IBNRI i m ono,
No. 14 Taylor street, east,
hat relumed to the city and returned
OGI.BTHORPE I.OIMiE NO. 1. 1.0.0.F.
The oyster supper for the member* of
thi* lodge has beet! fsxaiponed until Nov
13 on accounl of the election
K A EASON. JR . N O
jAS VAN BEMCItOT. Bc> relary.
Neither the master nor consignees of
the British steamship Cunana. lev-kliatt.
master will be responsible for any debts
I ontraend by crew of said vessel.
J F Ml NIB A CO. Consignee*
UKOHC.IA STATE H.A 1.. ABBOf'l ATKIN,
fleposlt sun k Department.
Holder* of this class will please e-nd In
pass books for last quarter#’ Interest. a:
rate of 6 per cent per annum to be en
K W. BELL. Secretary.
Neither the master nor consignee* of the
Norwegian steamship Juno. Hummel,
master wilt be responsible for any debts
contra, led by the crew of said
vessel J F MINIS A CO..
Ml AS. V. HOHENirm,
Attorney nt Un.
His removed hi* law office to 54 President
street east, corner of Drayton
04 H CLIENT*
Loan money at aU i*r -ant. on real
BECKETT A BBCKF.TT.
Aitorotys at Law and Cociaia-Qccra,
THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1900.
FI VI RAL INN ITATIONS. ,
I,l.Win - The fr!*'P ...I a(r|uali tanca
o' Mr and Mrs A. c. 1,. wia ire raaperl
fully Invited to attend rue funeral the
l .’t-r this otterr. on n- 1 o. ock from
rtrst Congf 4 ir.nal Church
COM ME MO K ATP K Ol MRS WYLLV
Dead- Y-s If reeling free from rare
There, where the h.-ss-d angels ara—
If rising into J y and light—
No more to kn s of pa n nnl bl.ght
If borne u.M-n celestial wtnga.
In robe of w*. •. t,ur lived one rings—
If. in the holy rmlm* ohove.
Rejoicing In R. deeming Love—
If this h* de.ith It may he said
Thai she, she s rot here Is dead
To her this Ilf# sas \ery .see'
Racause of frier Is she loved to greet—
Because of tt— at home so dear ,
But oh • Is It over there'
Hetinhm sdth th loved—no more
To say farewell I": n that shore.
Where Jo> and life tmmor'.il dwell.
Tnere e no such language a* farewall
T'r.selfish. e-ntle, ten let. k'ld-
S It tin n, n-s s t h.it'; .-ft heolnd.
A pur and perfed life she led;
Th-n 1 t n*ak of her a* dead.
Pimply her race op Earth Is run.
And Lift -suparnai Idfe—begun.
—M E BILLOCH
Who departed this Ilf* N.w S !*#
Peaceful le thy alumher, d-ar father.
Tea-ef .1 In thy grave so low.
Thou no more wilt Join our number
Thou no mora our sorrow* know.
Yet again, we hope to m-et tha*.
When th day of life la fled.
And In Heaven with Joy to greet three.
Where no farewell tears are shed
TRintYKS OF RESPECT.
Whereas. Divine Providence haa aeen
fit to remove from our midst Cast Grand
Alexander R. Fawcett, and
Whereas he was always a valiant and
faithful worker In the causa which Odd-
Fellowship espouses, therefore l>e It
Resolved. That In his departure from
this life the Lodge has sustained an lrre
Resolved, That the Ledge, collectively
and individually, feel this loss keenly and
rympsthUe deeply with hla bereaved wife
Keaolv-d. Furtner. That a copy of these
resolutions be published In the Morning
News, -pr.a ! upon the minutes of this
Lodge and also mailed to th* family of
ELTON ft OBRORNE.
L G HARVEY,
Live Oak I,cdg No LI 0.0 F
Whereas hv vlsli.nlon of Divine Prov
idence, our frl-nd nr.d brother In Live
Oak Lodg". No 3, I. O. O F . Henry
Stelljea was taken trom (he walks of
Whereas he has alwave d*|>orted him
self as a courteous gentlemen by hla con
tact, binding mny to him In wrong
friendship, therefor* be It
Resolved. That In his demise the lodge,
community and country hve lost • nobla
and worthy cltixen. ami the world be
yond has acquired a corresponding gain.
Resolved, That wa feel moat tenderly
for those who
Sigh for the touch of a vanished hand
ntul the sound of * vote* that ks etill."
Be it further resolved that a copy of
thee* resolutions he published In# the
Morning Nows, spread upon our minutes,
slid also mallrd to the family of ehe de
L O HARVEY.
ELTON B OSBORNE,
LEANDER HI TLER,
am ui. \(vri( m.
A ( Aim
Kr.tm Mr M J So.onions Secretary and
Treasurer of the Chatham Heal Estate
an.l Improvrimiit Company.
Savannah, <la . November 19th. ISW
Huwanee Springs Company, Sunane,., Kia
Gentlemen—Noticing the advice of your
advertisements to • Drink the water at
home,"—being prevented by business en
gagements to vlalt the springs. arul suf
fering from a feeling of general debility—
I began drinking Suwaree Sprlnga Water
'at home" and at my . Itlce After a Hires
weeks use of the water the feelings of dr
blllty have disappeared. and 1 feel quite
rejuvenated, can attend to business with
alacrity. In appro latlon of Ihla phenom
enal action of Huwati'e Spilng* water. I
feel It my duty to offer this, m\ testimony,
of lie Intrinsic worIh—WONDERFI'L IN
EFFECT. SUBSTANTIAL IN HEN EFIT
Trusting tliat others maybe aa fortunate
to real and follow the advice of your
truthful statement, I am gratefully yourt.
M J. SOLOMONS.
All you can drink for & cents at Living
TO ll PKIBMO AND a OTF.It a OP
THE IRt llM) DiaTRIIT. ti. M.
I take Ihla method of announcing that
I am a candidate for the nth-e of Jt'S
TICE OF THE PEACE for the Second
District 1 5 M . election to tie held Satur
day. Dec l. ism l respectfully solicit
your support Reapeclfully yours
FRANK P VAN GIKBEN.
HAVANA til nttntfi AftDKHV.
M isort llal' corner Igherty arid Whita
ker streets c tj>ei; every Tuesday and Fri.
day even.r.gs Dancing class instructed
by Prof Jack R ark Admission S. La-
I dies fre. Respectfully.
JOHN S RANKS.
Proprietor and Manager
til ATE Its,
Oyater* In all styles to your order
Meals to order Meal tickets wthlch en
able you to live with me cheaper than at
home. JOF CHANG. Trop..
San Francisco Restaurant.
114 Drayton street.
l as,tv pun va iiik \
Pend your orJer to Robert lb. inter. cor
ner of Liberty and Drayton. Savannah,
tin . for the beet Whisky In the market.
You will be served right. Or.ly the best
brands bandied. No charge for Jugs
There * a fitness In all things.
Yea. even In signs."
at ILIUM T 1.F0P01.11,
House and Sign P.timing. Paper Hang
All work faithfully e*e med with nouest
S> DRAY i ON STREET.
neat In Tone,
Beat la Durability,
Heat la Style and Finish,
t 1.1 1 HHATEII TIIH NVORI-D OVER.
NONE (M> OOOD.
Ten of These Magalllreat Plano* to
Re sold at
AICTION NOVEMBER S,
C. H. DOKNirrT'i,
33 reagmi street, weal.
TO BE HOLD TO
the MinnrxT bidder
I 111 NER 1 I-. 1 "i it SM.IIT
By wearing Kinases that not alone sn
ail* you to see. hut -.Tract a.ary defect
that mny exist.
There Is no #u-wcrk !n our methods
We have th* latest and moat approv-d
l-niflc appara'ua for accurate ai e teat -
ic* We make no charge for consulta
tion or elimination. ar.d should you need
the services of a physician wa will frank
ly tell you *o
Our crystal l-n-#s ar* perfect 1n avarr
respect, bring ground under our own eu
pervla.on They < anr.ot be compared In
value to the kind offered a* cheap by the
so-called opticians or Jeweler* who han
dle Intel lor g asses as a aide line.
DR M SCHWAB A BON.
Excluiv* Opticians, #7 Bull street.
N. B —Oculist praacrlptlone filled same
day received. Repairing dona at abort
••LAMP* TO BURN.”
•‘I.AMFH TO BERN."
Having Just received a vary large ship
ment of good* of all dascrlpttons pertain
ing to the bicycle, I am now better pre
pared than ever to furmth the btcycle
public w-nh sundries, t.ras and lamps, and
a larger vartaty than can be found elae
her. I can furnish all tha leading
makes of tire*, aa I have an exceptionally
large stock on hand. Having Just re
ceived a shipment of fifty pairs of the
Goodrich tlr-s. I can now furnish you
with any stse wanted Tires put on and
punclur-s repaired while you welt. I am
prepared to do any and all kinds of re
pairing Enameling and vulcanising done
In the best manner possible.
'T.res Blown I'p Without Pain."
DANIEL A HOLLAND.
G* Font NT*. Stale slreal, east
•kb orm niHPLAY.
At Elk a Carnival, tha most beautiful dis
play on the ground*
Don't mis* It
OOHEN-KI"LMAN CARRIAGE AND
Vehicle# and Harness.
ROYAL Ml air HALL,
216-215 Broughton street. wet.
Week Commencing Monday, Nov. 5.
First appearance In thla city of
MISS HAZEL MAY HALL.
A New York Music Hall Favorite
And for th# benefit of the many visitor*
to our beautiful city during this our Car
nival Week, and at the most earnest re
quest of our many patrons, we will again
show for the last lima the great, tha only
true and marvelously perfect
2.1 Rounds 2S
TOO WILL IAVB
TCI PCB CHUT.
By paylag roar bill* oa oa bo.
Cor* tb* 2Sb too*.
a. R. LEW A RRO.
Is he place where you can satisfy
your appetite with all the delica
cies of Ih* season
Oysters from the OU LF and
Also Gam# In season.
OEO C. SCHWARZ. Proprietor
Open diy and night.
Dining room upstairs.
Wholesale and Retail Dragglsla.
Wholesale Department. IZT (’■•
gresa street, west. Georgia Phone
Iletnll Stores. INN Congress street,
ssrat. Hell Phone 144. Hall and
Charlton streets, nndrr Guards’ Ar
senal. Hell nnd Georgia Phone* 63.
THD SAVANNAH PREPARATORY
Harris and Barnard street*. Ormond B
Strong (Cornell) head master. Greek.
Latin and English Rev B P Johnoon.
A M (Princeton), lately of B< Mat
thews’ Military Ac* iemy. History,
Geography and Modem Languages. Jonn
Ftelser, A 8., Mathematics snd Chem
St WANEE hint I 909 HOTEL,
Situated on the benka of th* Buwane*
river. Ilmate unrqualed. No malaria N*
mo qulto-s Cool night* Mont healthful
a-'l -I- Ightful r-sorl In th# South Watr
rules every known dtses#' Board 610 per
-k special rois for commercial me i of
1: per -lay. which ln.'lud* transfer Table
and a -omrnodot or.* strictly flret-claa*.
For lllualrsted pamphlet address Su
eauee Springe Cos.. Buwanrr Springs Fla.
ANDREW HANLEY, Mgr.
We never tire telling
you that Humboldt Ci
gars are “as good as
currency.” Old smolc=
ers knowthis; newones
should learn it.
Superior to All.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES SI.OO,
that others charge $2.50.
Save your life, save a trip to Hot Springs, by taking
Cures when all remedies fail.
Bull and Conuresi. Branch .109 Bull St.
Phone* 21 S. Phones .182.
Exclusive Family Liquor Store
IN THE CITY. TRY OUR FAMOUS
Bell’s Pure Rye Whiskey.
Full Quarts 75c; four bottles, containing full Gallon,s3.oo.
RFI LINGER & CO-
ULLOIIIULn Ct UU| plllumiw .1 KLT - I.i.
Office opposite the De Soto Hotel, Bull Street. Phone 700.
Messrs, tloat Hro*. re.,
Orstlsairs-I have been n greet
sufferer from Indigestion and suffer
n great deal. Heard nf your Vege
table Hitters through a traveling
sslsssisa la Baltimore. I proeured
a bottle and Had It gives me great
relief. I certainly recommend It ta
any one suffering from Indigestion.
Tours reapertfat Iy,
CHAN. A. CRANDALL,
HE AT CHASERS.
Try the combination—* comfortable
seat, elecirk. fans and a delicioua
CONIDA’9 SHIM AMS NIIF.BBUTS
are Justly popular, they are cor
rectly serve! and the best made.
TRT OCR NEAPOLITAN
For ffunday delivery leave your or
der* early In the week.
CONIDA’S irr. CR KAN PALACE.
One earload of Moyers’ One work of
Syracuse. N. Y . open and top buggies,
the most complete line ever brought to
We defy competition on this work I
ask th* public one and all who are In tha
market for end and side.spring easy-rid
tng vehicle*, that they can he found t
my repository. Also a full line of deliv
ery wagons open and top. milk and baker
wagon*. You make no mistake by calling
at once and make your selection.
MARK APPLE’S REPOSITORY.
320 Broughton alreet. west.
Kelly s Rubber Tire*, the only reliable
tire on the market.
RAD wi ITEM IRD the DOfTOB.
Wet weather oaures wet feel, wet fee!
cause bad colds, and many other dis
ease*, together with complication* When
this occur*, send at once for a competent
doctor and have your prescription* filled
at th* Masonic Temple Pharmacy. For
good doctor* and good drugs co-operating
insures quick recovery and th* patient
Is mode g ad
Send Jour Sunday orders for cream and
sherbet a uarly to Insure prompt delivery.
Georgia phone JH
and H KCOKDS
SPIKT AL NOTH’ON.
RYAN’S HININHgN (01.1.F9GK,
Rooms 27 and 29 Provident Building.
Tay and Night Sessions
Pall and Winter Seosion now In progress
Stenography. (Munson, rtrah.im and
Pitman). Typewriting. English branch-s
Bookkeeping, Penmanship. Individual
Instructions. Short, thorough, practical
courier; latest and best methods. Our
various departmsntr are exceptionally
thorough and complete, and aro under
the personal supervision of the princi
pal Students prepared directly for busi
ness. Call and examine the method*
and workings of this college. |f you are
employes! during the day. attend our pop
ular night session Send for catalogue.
M E RVAN, Principal.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Beef. Wine and Iron 76c
Roach Salt iguaramoadl lOt-
K. R. C I. •
Talcum Powder, borated 6c
Palmer s Toilet Wstero 60c
Empty Capsules, tan for 6c
T. P. Dyspepsia Tablets Free
Imported Castile Soap 60c
Insect Powder. P. D. A Cos 40c
Trusses 6A- to L> no
Fi ring*#. Fountain TSr to >3 no
Thermometer (Fever) 50r to S3 00
W# lead In everything In our line.
Ga. Phone 639. Bell Phone 639
City of Savannah, Ofllce Clerk of Coun
cil Nov 2. ISO—A vacancy having oc
curred among tha chimney contractors. In
accordance with resolution of Council
adopted o*l. SI, lam notice I- hereby given
that an election will b-- held ai the ncxi
regular meeting of Council, to he held on
Wednesday, the Itlh Inst , at * p m , to
nil the unexplred term All applications
to be flled with the clerk of Council nt or
hefot* 12 m of the 14*h Inst Bond of Yes)
required Names of two bondsmen must
accompany the application
WILLIAM P. BAILEY.
Clsrk of Council.
Pin# rlce-netd I-a mb. Poultry. Ducks,
Turkey*. Vegeighlet. Fru!!*
•Phone 375 M S GARDNER
P B —That specially prepared corned
beef ready now
HR ODHPI NAI 9 AGE.
Get them fresh here The kind your
grandma used to eat. Made by nobody bu'
ritones jab J JOYCE
P• S—Remember all other meat* are
Ih# choice here Special fancy groceries.
AAK BIT AND ItILL HEAL ESTATE,
Negotiate loans on same at 6 per cent
and COIL- t rants. Hapresant The TraveL
era Insurant* Cos., accident and liability
departments R pr-.-em ih* New York
Under* nitre Fire in- agency it-present
th# Greenwich Fire In, <o R-presePt
ih# Phoenix Mutual Life Ins. Cos. All busl
ne* entrusted to u< will be appre tated.
and will receive prompt and c ireful at
lenilor No. tl Bsv etreet east Tele-
Wbont m. W. C. FILIPP A CO.
Rl aiNEfi* NOTirnti.
BIYINO A NTOVE
I* an Important undertaking If
get an unaatirfactory arttcl. there e r~.
ery ahead for you all winter.
R. L. CLANCY A CO..
113 Whitaker Street.
Our recent purchase# ot foreign gc*i,
aflord* buyer* an opportunity of aa'.ee ,
from the late.l and choicest nov* .
shown tn Pari* ar.d other European
ter*. There are many exclusive ard t.
tractive deslgrs from wntch to chwa,
without chane* of duplication. All of a*
.aied quality and value.
Pins and Badges.
We are showing a beautiful Hat ot
Society Plat and Badge*—
and other.—Oold. Enamel, etc. Price,
attractive. Only the beet good*.
HUNTER & VAN KEUREN,
Jewelers, lit Bull Street
We are constantly adding to Our al
ready large stock of Bond Stiver tkg
latest designs and creation* In Btlvenriri
from th# leading manufacturers
Nothing that goo! taste and lon* .
pert ere* could suggest ha* been left or
done to make our stock a* handsome sr|
complete e* one could desire.
Jeweler. No. 43 Bull street.
(Tin Dollars Spin!
** FRAME FI6TOIT
will make your home an attractive ore
and give It an air of refinement
We employ nothing but exp- rt wort
man that will not botch your work si
others do Our s’oek of Moulding Is f*a
time* larger than thot of any of -ur com
petitors, and our prices are tbs losrrst
106 TO W 6 CONGRESS fTT WENT
Ga Telephone No. 1041
40 Drayton Street,
Will atteod to your wants in tbe
-J 1 !L,
BELL PHONE 1199
##*♦>> • • * * ( t t 4 a > t t
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos,
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
10 ifipei Piisii
For nil. a Foraallh Nawapaprr
will fold rhael ItU It to m >od
ITtco 800 II ml B.IOO, jl
w# hava no un for II uni warn iba roam
II 011 lba ar loraluabla adjuaat *f
CREEN &CO ,
our 4>pl*y at Ihr Carnival Fr"uOl*
Now Plolurfr Now fi'VKl*
Call and u>. You will M waloo"'^
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