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election only one day off.
nmißnm to of-cidf who will
(tCLE FOR KOI It VRARM MOHI..
7*he Election Her** <o Br it
4a i,l liar, bBI Ur*r Vale I* Ex
pected— Republican anrtldnfr It
ranking n llrrldnl llld for the
l-nbnr Vote and Hu • hamper of
Hhltr Wnikrri Knt|rd on Th!*
l, ID( But JtllnUt Internet Brlnrrd
lo tbr tallunal Bl ••*••■ aad Vftr
Mill*- lift mitt Doing; on—l nun try
108 ultra Frotulae lo Torn 00l a
l ari' Vole.
t irrftMK I* * n readiness for to-mor
r, elect.on Throughout the North,
and West It will he ■ day of hard
k as well as of Intense Interest to
the campaign managers and thetr astlst
art> fiown South, and particularly in
ga ar.r.ah the day will be a comparative
ly quiet one.
Tnere Is no excitement here, and llie In
terest. even In the congressional election.
ta not at white heat by any muni The
friends of the two candidates for Con
gress who have been aiding them in the
conduct of their campaign, will put In
considerable quiet work, getting thing* In
reailnesa for to-morrow. In order mat
tnere may lie no allpe when tha Mme
comes for rounding up the vnttrt
It I* believed that a good vote will be
polled, owing. Ilrst, to the general Inter
est which Is felt In the national campaign,
•specially among the business men, and.
second to the congressional race. Many
mixed tickets will be voted. Many busi*
pres men will go to the polls and vole
the Republican national ticket, as they
did four years ago, but 90 per cent, of
will vote fur C'ol Lest-r for Con
gress The latter s friends are
that he has nothing to faa- from this
•our * Avery decided bid Is being made
by the Republican candid tie. however, for
the labor vote, and this Is the point which
the Democratic managers will watch It Is
known to be a fact that the Republican
. ami.dote has the asslsian c of a number
of while workers, an.l the*. are uoing
Ihtir best to convince the Utior men
(lull Oil 1-ester has not shown a projrar
Interest In their welfare In what re
m„ ■ the Republican candid ite nas ever
evlno and his love for the workingman 1*
M Ig*ak*n'* assistant# arc* working
very shrewdly on this line. A sample of
th* tickets which will Is- used to ihl* end
was received at the Morning News office
last night It *s headed ••Democratic
Ticket.' and Is an ex.i 1 duplicate of the
regu.or Democratic tlckei. with the ex
ception that II bears the Imprint of the
Allied Criming Trades Council of Savan
nah at the top and has Mr. Le.tken s
twime In place of Col I-eMer's at the bot
tom Voters will do weii to watch out for
these Hrkets to-morrow
The effort-- of she supporter* of the two
Candida tea are likely to bring mil larger
vot* man would otherwise la- the rase-
The mao ting called hy Chairman P W
M.ldrmi ul the Court House to-night to
I, ruinin' the Demo-rat! Execulive
committee of the is also likely to
have a good efferl Reports from the
other counties of the district are to the
effeci thal their vole promises to be con
siderably .arger than that of four years
ago The fa-t of Mr Iraaken - campaign
through the district and the further fact
that he has endeavored to win support
from Democratic sources has aroused the
: temo rats of the district and they have
promised to ap(ear at the pol.e in large
numbers A quiet and orderly election
throughout the distrbt is expected, how-
It eeem* to b* *0 generally taken for
granted here that thw voter* of the coun
try at large w|il lndor** the Republican
admlrtUtmii n for another four year*' rule
thnl the Interevt in ihe election t* much
lea* than 1* usually the case. Thl* is ev
idenced by ti e very small amount of be'- I
ting going on Hut few tel* are offered,
and there are rarely any taker* There
1, aome sftccul tilrur a- to how the doubtful
state* wilt go, an-1 moat of the bet* mad,
•re a* lo the results lo these state*. But
few Democrat* ore willing to bet even
money that Mr Bryan will carry New
York, though there are a numbtr who are
willing to put even money on Kentucky
and Maryland, ar.d some who are willing
to lake odds on Indiana A* to how the
reault Is llk-*ly to *:and on the electoral
rote everybody i* at *ea, though there
lire enthusiastic sound money men who
r* willing to I ret ev.tr money that Me- '
Klnley'a electoral vote will tie fully a*
large u* tha: of liSK
The interesting time for Savannah will
c -me to-morrow night when the election
return* will be received. The returns
will be received ala number of places
til Sai.rnnah At Ihe Morning News of-
Ice the reporta will be receive,! by direct
wire and bulletin**! immediately to th,*
crowds in waiting At the Elks' Carnival
the company which has Ihe atereoptlcon
privilege will receive the return* by wire
,nd fla*h them upon the canva*. It I*
h rdly llkaly that any Information of rrol
interest w til begin to come In before 9
o lock, ami declalve reporti ahowlng
which wav the election has gone can
II 1 rdly be expected before 11 o’clock New
York's vote will probably Ira known by
midnight, but If Kentucky, Maryland an-l
Indiana prove to Ira as close h* is claimed
'be result* in those stoles will hardly Ire
k .own until the following day. However,
t e report* will probably be sufficient to
i- otv whether or not Mr. McKinley hr*
irrted enough *t.iM* to Insure ills re
mum by iiiiiixo*.
A Former Srtioolmote of the I,lenten
ant Hepllea to CrllleUm*.
Ttic numerou* attacks which are being
made upon Lieut. Hobson, E S. N.. were
r * ntly noticed by a Savnnnah lady who
la now visiting In New York. The Sa
vannah Inn w.i* an old school-mate of
Hobson'#, and believing the attack* un
warranted, defended him In the following,
lch appeared In the Herald:
Why must each word uttered by
be turned. Itflltld and flbtoftf-l
■ i) meaning annvthtne üßpbiMnl or
ur.fouinale? Subjected lo harsh erlll
!imi by the press. and. a last by till own
gm-rnment, for which he h.is proved hlm
s>:f .1 willing. and more, happy, to give
r very life Ah, how strongly It savor*
of indignant envy.
Not one being tn this great republic.
' av. In (lod's vast universe. Is faultless,
not one but has some spark of the di
vine Vet Ihl* seems the aae when one
must either be a hero, the darling of ad
miring hundreds proud to do him homase
or a hugs dark spot on the world s horl
" n at which avery linger I* po wed, earn
eye ready to detect Its blackness, every
- hoarse In l.s proclams lion to the
w ' rel of ths etmn cloud to which they al-
I>w i.o stlvar Hiring Who would be a hero
' !-■ treata<i .is ours of the tote war have
on' and, all been, save those whom a
merciful <;od has taken beyond the resch
#f Jealousy and malice? I. V. A.
MMB spook* ARE THK9E f
of tlitrman'i holdl-rs Wishes to
Restore Captured Silverware.
Editor Morning Naw; I am an tn
f'deral aoldlrr. I was with Sherman on
hi* march to tha sea. and while the
Poreer corps was building a bridge across
s Little, and also the Big. Ebaneeger
fiver, on the old river road, a party of
•* were out foraging. At a place a little
| % vt
northwest of the crossing of those rivers,
1 went Inlo a garden to get some onions,
they being green anti templing lo a sol
dier. Whilei In the garden, at the north
west corner, as well * 1 remember. I
found tt place that looked as though a
hen had been scratching, with a little
crab grass pulled over It. This caused
me lo believe som- valuables were hid
den there I went down there and
brought up a box full of silverware. I re
turned the largest pieces of silverware to
the lady of the house, hut before I left
the garden 1 found another place where
1 thought valuables were hidden Till
time I brought up a box of bullet moulds
and Cane picks, which caused me lo be
Itrve this place was headquarters for a
bushwhacking gang. 1 then determined
lo keep the small ware, consisting In
table spoon**, teaspoons, forks and a but
ter knife These I took home with me In
Illinois. lalng an Illinois soldier. In lIE
I com. lo this state, being n territory >1
the tlm- In IS*? my house and Its eon
' tents were burned, and all the above silve
ware buried with It. except five teaspoons,
which I wish to return to the proper
owner Will you be so kind ato publish
this, and give the rightful owner a chance
lo know Where those coveted treasures
are? ! will return them to the party that
describes them by giving the initials,
plainly engraved on the handles of the
H W Maxey, Rltenshurg. Kltlltas rvv.
TO III', THE til mi OF THE ELKS.
Fraternal Or*ntilntlon* Aaked to
Attend the Elk* Carnival Inv. IS.
Savannah Lodge of Elk* ba* sent out
th* following letter to all of the fraternal
organlxafion* In thla city:
Savannah, Oi Nov 4—Gentlemen
The Executive Comml’tee. of the Elk*
Carnival, have *et aside, Thursday night.
Nov IS. for tha entertajnment of th*
fraternal organix itlons of Savannah This
night will be known a* "Fraternal Night"
and as Marshal of th* occasion. I desire
to extend to your body, on behalf of Sa
vannah Lodge, No 163 B I' 0.. Elk* .
cordial welcome, and an eirnesl request
to b* with ua on this grand occasion It
I* our purpose to have ail the fraternal
organization* of this c.ly. visit u# on
Fraternal Night, In a body. Me have en
gaged the services of Kotrman'* Boston
eoncert band, and the Royal Italian band,
who will act a* eseorta on this occasion
You are r,quested to report In a body cor
tier Barnard and York street*, at 7*>
o'clock p. m . where you will be assigned
a position in the .-oilman, which will move
off promptly at S IS for ihe carnival.
•'The Elk*' Carnival I* to be giver, for
the highest and most laudable punrose,
that of Charity. The entire proceed* are
lo be uaod for the alleviation of the dis
tressed, regardless of sect. Our purinwe
I*, therefore, beyond question, appealing,
as It does, to the highest principle* of
humanity, we therefore foej no hesitancy
In requesting your support
"The Elk* have always heartily respond
ed to the calls from o'her organisation*
and feel that they .-an call upon their
brother* in fraternity, with Impunity.
•'The geper tl admission w ill l' lb cent*
each which entitle* one p, rson tn the en
ure privilege* of the ground*, free shw.
booth*, and exhibit* There will b* tw n'y
show* carh will charge a small admis
sion. which you will bo al liberty to at
tend, should you desire. Th*e show * are
the very best obtainable and come *0 >l*
hlghh r*. omtm tided Tlrcr,■ wi'l ha BO
objection al feature*, or shows. In the Elk*'
. . ii. - t * .....oel o f
"Hoping to have the hearty support of
the fraternal organisations of Savannah,
and thereby make "Fraternal Night" a
splendid success, w- earnestly request
th.it you act on this Invitation snd send
tepnrt of your action, to tho Marshal, at
your earliest convenience.
"Supper will not tie served.
"Yours very respectfully,
William Taylor. Chairman:
W I’ Holt. Marshals ”
There Is no doubt that the Invitation
will he accepted by at least the great
majority of the lodges and that "Fra
ternal Night" will be one of the best and
most popular of the Carnival
Mr r. W Hancock of Alley ts a guest
of the Pulaski
Mr D Shaw of Statesboro Is registered
at the Screven.
Hr John C. Neely of Herndon Is a guest
of the lie Soto.
Mr A <1 Nleter of Atlanta Is register
ed at the De Soto
Mr F P Register of Register ts a
guest of the Pulaski.
Mr Is. It Sullivan of Atlants Is regw
tered at the Screven
Mr ft O, Jones of Columbia is regis
tered at the Screven.
M- N Emanuel of Brunswick la the
guest of the I>e Soto
Mr W. J Haggard of Sapelo was a
guest of She Pulaski yesterday
Mr H C McCrary of Hubertvtlie was
a gueat of the Pulaski yesterday.
M' S M Clarke of Bstlli was In the
city yesterday, a guest of the Screven
Mr D F. Campbell of Jacksonville was
among the arrivals at the Pulaski yes
Dr Forest E Newhnil of AugusSa sis
among the arrival* at the De Soto yes
Boa wed H Fatrman. the conductor cf
Falrman a Band, which will be tn Savan
na.* during the E.k*' Carnival, la at tho
Mi* Rosa Woodbury of Athena will
he the gueat of her sister. Mrs. Harry N
WHker No XI Harris street west, dur
ing tha reunion of the Daughters of th#
THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY, NOYEMREK 5,1WH1
The distance traveled hy a
biscuit or wafer in the “ J>:-er
sea/ Patent Package" docs
not affect its good quality.
No moisture, dust, odor, or perm can penetrate to
the delicate, crisp baking" enclosed in the "In-er-seal
Patent Package.” Whether it’s opened at home,
on an outing, or in far-away lands, the bakmg is
fresh as if just from the oven. The best products
of the world's best bakers are now sold in the
“ln-er-seal Patent Package” —
Van.Ua Wafer. f
Is>k for rhi# grnl *I hfitH ' • ;• • • j '>• ! ' A
end j of the package
National Biacuit Company.
CELEBRATE ITS CENTENNIAL.
riHAT ItAPTI*T ( Ml IK II UII I, III:
IM> 1 K %lt* 01,0 NO\ . 211.
for Tlirrr IVn llrlnu Ar
rnnfrd for l> fl* l*rnfor and •*■
Drafoni-Kfv. Dn. F. 11. K*rfooi. v
I . .liniH'tnn. II .1 %V llllii Im m U
U. I.ndrnm. .1. 11. Taylor l IV • >
Pollock II n% r Ilf** it Invltnl i* l
Will All Probably ll** •* %K***l-
N ncr—Apfrlfil l , ri*|rnlliH Will ll*
Mndr for lb** 4'rlrbrotloo.
The rrntrnntat of the* First Rantlst
Church will hr fflfbratwl In titflvuc man
ior on Nov 2T*. ami 27. The centennial
of the orfaniiatlon of the church fall* on
Nov 2*. hut service* will he held on th
three daya. The pastor, Hev. Dr. John
I*. Jordan, and the rteaeons constitute a
commute*- to make #ll arrangement*- for
the observance of the hundredth annivers
ary A resolution* of the congregation *.
recently adopted, constituted the commit*
tee and provided for the centennial
Home of the foremo-u BaptDi ministers
In the Houth will b* in Savannah to par
ticipate In the celebration. The comnriU
tee 1- not yet able to announce positive n
w hat ministers will b* h*r® ami on whor
day# they will be heard, hut it i# not im
prolwvble that Dr K. H. K*rf<*>' of V
!fina, secretary of the Horn* Mlfvon
Board, ami Dr S V Jatn#i*on of Atlanta,
secretary of the Htote Homo Mission
Board, will bo here on Sunday. Dr R. J.
Willingham of Richmond, secretary of
the Foreign Mission Board, and Dr \Y W
Landrum of Atlanta, pastor of tha First
Baptist Church, on Monday, and Dr. -J
B #Tayk>r of Atlanta. *rn r >1 m.inaiter of
the Rapt Ift Orphan Horn** of Oeorßi i. an I
I>r. I*. D. Pol|i>'k of Mac. n. pr**.*ld. Tt of
Mercer Fniverrity. on Ttiw ia>
7*he arrangement for Dr. \\ dlinham
and Dr Uindrum to pren h on tin c* i
tenmal anniversary. Is regarded as ex
tremely appropriate, b< u.-** <>f th* con
ti* tk>n of their families with the Savan
nah Church Henry Holcomb, greti
grandfather of Dr. titmgham e wiV*.
wna th** first pastor of the hurc w
Dr Willingham a own Ereat-gniml? *• ler
was the first dea on. Dt is u
h jf\ of t tie late Rev Dr Hylvanua Im>.
drum, for whom lAandrum liodge >f M
eon* In Savannah was nam***l. and who
was for fourteen >e*rw p*strr of th**
Speciai preparat ion will he made f*r
the celehratlor No will be spare I
and It Is probable that |t will rak* Ns
P*ac<> nriiong the gr*,*: reliKiotia d*serv
en*es that have been held tn the city An
effort will be made t> t ertaln fr rn tn**
olil church reeopl. the v**r\ hour of li
j organintlon. so that a *!-*•• il s* rvl e n
! • ommemoration may be held at the eonv
i hour on the 2Gth.
Hium Foil Till .114 I'll I' % ,
Two l*ftl%ir#, llcsd i for lliislnr-##.
Arrested leslerdajr l> Detrrlxr
A Rood, fat roll of fonfoli rat# hill#, a
nutnlirr of little rubber ball# and shell#.
Ill** out lit of the notorious shell and p* a
name, ** haitle of knockout drop# and a
MWitchnum s hook, nt.o the |ara|hern ill i
of the fakir profe##lon whieh n taken
from two of the gentry yester
day afternocm by I Hit*--etlve Julius Stark.
'lh# men Rave their names ns Vier# and
Morrlssy. They -nre both w hite, anddiift
ed to the eiiy In Ihe search of prey, which
they expeeMNi to le ntile to tin l to re dm
lir the Elk# carnival. The m*n wern
picked up near the market nr l w* re ar
rest"*! on the charge of !>• in*f #u%i>iriou
charm ter* l It wi# Rood strike n th*-
part of the detective, m* the sear h at
tlie wiiere the artl- ics werb dis
When tho botll# eontain.iiß the *!rop#
was at first discovered th* natu?" of Hu
content# was not known, but from th*
auspicious nature of th** rest of the out
fit, It naturally fei| under *u*pi ion, and
a# Dr K H Osborne was at the b irr <k#
w? tie time he ws'i ask'd t" examme th#
druk which he did and told the oft 1 *r
tlie purpose fr whF■> It wa* evidently
Intended. The me n will appear before the
Itecorder Bii# mornimr. and a# their pro
fess on Ip to palp.-hie they will doubt!***
tie pis red where they will not have the
opportunity of practicing 'funny |imo"
tor some time to come
Wildi these aro the first men w* far ar
rentt'e} on account of their peculiar pro
fession they may he consider* I a# really
only the ad van ire guard of a number thti
will be made prisoner# within tha next
two week*, a# the Hy I# filled with other
"**profe##ors of peculiar pastimes" an l
the police depar*meni has determined that
no frames will he allow, f any loriyer
than th'* owners of them ran be got hold
of by the members of the for e.
( ITI Bill’d ITIF%.
Tho November meeting of the G^orjcl
Historical Soi iety will be held to-nlfhl
Matter# of a routine character are to be
The police were kept busy yesterday,
some twenty or more prisoner# beinf
brought to the barrack# durin* the dav
The majority of them, however, were or
rested for minor offenses.
The city water supply will ho abut off
and will He off for several hours on Thlr
ty.eighth street from Whitaker street ro
Rest Broad street, and on IJncoln street,
from Thirty-sixth streee lo Th*rt>-olgntb
ictai \oth pa
GEORGIA CHATHAM CO I*NT Y
Notice is hereby given to all p**r*onw
having demand* agamst Elijah tTnwfoni
1T • of o.tlil < -iUnty. •* <d, to |r**s* it
them to me. j*ro|>erl) mrle put. within
th-* time prescrllnsf b\ law m a* to show
tlcir > hara*?er nnd amount. ,m*l ;|
mne lpdehtal to tut id de--ease*l are r*-
qulrwl t< make l*nm**lite payment to
nt NANCY C CRAWFORD.
ftavannah, G-t Oct ? 19ft*
GKORfII A CHATHAM OOF NT Y
When i K G fVilmni- has applied to
Court < f Ordinary f>r letters *lismls
•! \ :* ii'ltnln vt rotor on th estt.- of
l llti M E.iHo'ln drce.i-c l These are,
th' refers* to 'lt.- u and ;* lmonlsh all w hom
i nwiv c iiy ern t be i* and tipne-ir before
said c tirt to make b|*-ctfor fif ativ they
h;tv*- on er l* f r* th* firs? Monday In
January n xi, otherwla* said letters will
b grafite*! Wltnc*-, th* II n liHmp
ton I. l errlll, Ordinary fr Chatham
county, this the 4th day of October, IWO
FRANK I KEILrBACH.
Clerk Ct Ord'y. tV Cos.
G FORGI A. Hi A THA M CO! * NTY
Whereaa W II Mended ha* applied to
otirt of Ordinary f >r letters dlsmlsaory
as admin is frator, on the estate of Frances
Mend. I. deceased.
Th*- • are. therefore to rite and admon
ish ;'! whom It mas concern to be and
-appear b* for** said court to mak* objec
tion Of ny they h’tve) on or I* f>re the
firs? M >n Vi\ in January, n* xt. otherwla*
said letters will be granted
Witness the Honorable Hampton E
! • r*li. * >rdln.*rv for Chatham county,
this the sth div of Slept ember, 1W
FRANK E KBIEBACff.
f’lerk Ct Ord'y, ' <*o
GEORGIA. ‘ll ATM AM COE NTY
Wh.creas. Alice E Wilker has appliel
to t’mtrt of <>rdlnary for \a -ttera of A l
anlnlstratlor with the will annead. on
th* estate of George \\ Parish, deceived.
These ore thep’fore, to cite and admon
ish oil whom it m> con cm to ie and
ai>t**'.r before said court to make oh;*-
t o (: f itsy the> havti on or before t •
fl -1 M itv hi 1* •• nr *r -ext other
him- said letter.** will I*** grant* and
W ti* t }j* l| o abb Hampton I* Fer
the 3d day of November. 19
FRANK E KEIEBACH
Clerk Court Ordinary, C. Cos,
lIIU • I I, \ S.
3TKHMNQ cGEVEU NOVELTIKfI GO
ing fer ;*•*?* than first cost nt 12 Broughton
ftroi, * ast. store known ns tnrdter‘ Ha
<b> •* r.
ImiN’T TROFREF YOERHEEF AROET
moving u.ur furniture, re toying your * at
l>e!s or matting Perry A Renton wiil re
lieve you of ill that trouble
KNAMF.HKD PATHTTUB I* WHAT
w*- ,ir* u ok t .(T* ! this week, let us
put in on** fur your* and you will Lie**
the day you wire born In; an up-to-dafe
iwthtub lot or.lv >• os for plumbing,
and gi** fitting our w<*rk 1* unexcelled and
the pih wili mike v>ii fe*>| en* s , in fact
>it will hardly feel It at all. A \ Price
A Cos • orner St at* ami JefTemon, Gor
gia and Beil ’phone** 869.
HAVE Yoril HOITBE PAINTED
with German ready mixed paint: entire
•atlsfadlon guaranteed Adams Paint
" WANTED, ONE THOUSAND HtTN
rr> p*ople st the Houthern Grocery Com
pany. 11l Bernard street
“THE ,SH‘W CAFE** COE NT ERF AN f
fixtures In the ►fere 12 Broughton •tree!
• '!. known n * Gardner s Baxiar, for sale;
they fin.* t go.
Till STOCK CM ■it H d-d !N ’ THE
?t* re, 12 Broughton afreet. est, known as
i (furdneCs must be sold: parties
wishing can pur ha In lots and prices
~WF BIEL SEWER PIPE, FEUE
pipe, fire * lay. fire brick at loweet prlrea
Adams Paint Company, lot Congress.
PERRY A BENTON 12 FT ATE
street. tvef will move, pa k. ship or store
your furdltur* at short notirt*; also re.
~\u i ir 1 i-jaltro ** at little coat.
Bell ‘phom* 1124
RFHH Kfih THE GAR EAMPJ* AND
mantles; the saving on your gat* bill will
pay f*r in a litfwhile, not snylng about
the *om fort they prod in *- At A C. Price
A Cos., corner State and J*fferson; rom
p;. t* outfit for TV Georgia nic| Bell
MORE THAN ONE IirNDRFD GENTS
in tverv dollar < f your hord-earn'd hard
cash si the Fouthsro Grocery Company,
114 Barnard street
GY PS IN E IS TIIKHBBT WALL FIN-
Ish male Adams Paint Cos., Savannah
agents. IM congress weet.
SEE A C PRICE A CO AfIOTTT
your stov* *. heatera and oil stoves, the
Peach oil heater I* one of our best heat,
ers at a low price, they are peaches, we
have sevaral r ranges slightly used al
most n w. at bargain prl*. "Phono 6T4.
corner State nn i Jeffreon
REDtfCB TOUR LIVING EXPENSES
hy investicg'your hard-earned harl cash
with t e s .utharn Orocary Company, 114
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILE HE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR 'fIVG CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
For salt at ail Hews Standi
I*l' II SO > % I
"494* ALARM CLOCKS. W ATCHES
b. e> *‘n i- -< ? h solid gold a|HV4ac*les,
s.'v*. | ul> \ 4a- Mila wutvti,
$1 Tv original $!, American gM
-filied wat*h. years* guar ante. •use.
97 7l\ original *>t, 115, diamond ring,
$1123. fair Mie stone and fiery, otlglna*
con SV. r Fege.is for birthday, wedding
and Christmas* presents, w r • in make
insicw'i of i. and every article i* guar*
anteed in blin k and while Just as repr*
e*nt*?l Ts K.s Brouguoti. Hair, Jew
elry and Shaving Supply Houm*. C his
window for big bargains in finger ring*
NOTHING BETTER MINED THAN
Jwlllco com for grate llrea A 8 Cohen.
RICE BIRDS AND LOIWTI HS. N1 1
the birds in the cake of Ice. in the win
•low, all game in t*aeon, served In b*m
atyb* Tb Gem Cafe, corner Whitaker
aIORPHINK. oPIFM. I. At DAN EM
ci txilne habit, m> cr.f curwcl. will Inform
you of harmless, permanent home cur
Mary 8 Baldwin, lU>x 1212. Chicago.
OIL HEATERS. WOOD HEATER,
coal hwaters, cook stove and ranges Re
liable goods C. !’ Miller, agen
‘ ADVEU FIBEMFNTS SET IN CAP
ITALS MILL BE PRINTED IN CUM*
SIEIED \lvi:n i ISI NIENT Odd MN
1 OR TWO CENTS \ WnKP NO AD
V ERTISEM ENT TAKEN FOR LESS
HAVE vorn houses clipfe:i> and
shod by J F. Furlong
LOBSTERS, JEST RECEIVED. AND
served in any *tvb , a* *• our rlc* bird lu
th* window Th* G*m' Cafe, corner Whit
aker and Congress
IS YOFIt IRON SAI'E FIRE PROOF ■*
S'lfte A Freeman h.*v> v landing offer
of $ 000 for every s-af* of their make tha
does not pie*erv its contents One of
was tti hurtling debt i 113 hotira Whan
taken cut the hes*- tiad t * D turned on
It When ojvened, not a j ige w *.-* discol
oped, not n r* • *rd 'o t. ftt *bvllar *l*
atroved If you want s urlty buy
Stiffel A Freeman **afe C 1* Miller,
DRESSMAKING.’ MRS COLE. FRDM
New York, tailor mnd* -tilt* 21*. Liberty,
YOl WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy, It's rich and pure, try
FFRNITFRE ri’IH'ISTKIU ! MAT
tres**e* renovated. Ant qu** furniture re
|Ktil*ihed. furniture pack* and and shipped In
led manner Sen*! ma y*.ur order# C
I* Miller, ag* >t.
owi,s<tiigh nuumkuy 'nriNWi:!
Ciithollr iVmctery. rtirvN inttwfimm
ram* li j Japonic#n. rec?i r em jmline. tl*iw
tn and floral desißn# l.eavr your order*
with J. Gardner, .igfnt, 12 Hrouahtm. * #t
RUT. IMHDS AMP IHRSTKItH, BKK •
the bird# In the cake of ire. In the win !
dow. all game tn season; served in b*
style The Gem if* . corner Whltak* r
ORDER JKM-ICO COAU KR YOUR
yrates A f*. Dnhen. telephone 6S
IF ITfl RITGSI YOU WANT YOU CAN
yet them cheajwr from McGill!#.
BPKCIAU AN UNLIMITED Bt’PBLY
of nice willow rockers, ladle# oixe. at C.
J W. Tcet le.
I AM NOW I.O*ATKD AT 411 Wf'HT
Broughton; rinr up BBS if > "i want to
ha\* your fund ure moved <r |> , 'k- 1 fr
shipment or M*rjae I ftuarante.- pr •
the ram* ## i do the work that*# Klv.n
to me A H. Grifll.i, 4!4 Broughton alretl.
west, fnattresae# m id# to orier
MJLaLFR’S BTOVEB AND HANGEB
yl\e sxtlwfactlcn The Maanetir, Econo
mist Waldorf, Kina and *>ther food
makes at reasonable prices. %fl Brough
LIVE IHBSTKRS PBEBH TO DAY
The Gem <’afe. corner Whitaker and Con
KENSINGTON FARM MILK IS UN
fttirpass*’d for rlchneas; delivery is per
fect; phone 2 U>
HKK MILLER FOR "KFM’E DF.HKB.
office tables, m e mailing office shades
£O7 Brought.m, west
V/IIEN YOU SKIS M GILLIH SIXTY
: inch fjl-cent rugs, you will buy them.
! JUM • m t help it, Will sell in any qusn
"'FURNITURE MOVED WITH UA HE.
is s specialty with MollilU.
MILLER H NEW Hl Y LES IN CAR
pets, matting#, linoleum w ndow #hade*.
etc AH work done in first C a # style 20,
FLORAL PKfUGNfI BULBS HV A
j r.ntbs. narrlastif. |xslm#. rut flower# from
| Oelschig’s nursery, oppoelte Uaiholtc Om
| * tery. I*eve ordft# with J. Gardner,
agent. 12 Broughton, east
M'GILLIK* LAUR CURTAINS* WILL
j beautify your parlor
laORBTERfI. JURT RE* EIVEI* AND
| served In any style, ree our rb •* bird# In
i the window Th* G*m Unfe, corner W hit
oker ano Emigre!**
MGILIalfl 13 CHEAT* f >S RUG3. NET3
lure hamm> ks. water
ll ow pictures. atOve, be#lrom suits,
( and furniture of every description.
SKI! THE JEW El* STOVES AND
ring* # for sale t*\ J. W Teepfe; alo
agent t r Instiran e *■*>* lire #tov*.
l 4H BUYS NIUE RATTAN ROCKERS
while they list larg* a #ortment of
' tockers, dlv.tna and ea*iy chalra. C I*
KENSINGTON FARM IS ON AN
elevation In the country fre from city
i drainage impossible f>rml k to become
i contaminated, t*\ Imj'iir** odors. If you
want pure Jersey m;lk. phon* ?Tis De
i liver> prompt; satlsfactl n suarantecd
M’GILLIS MOVES. BACKS SHIPS
! and stores plan'*# ind furniture, best work
; only. 10 ’ Uhcap-John" prl■ e* no “Chaap
! John" Jobs
’tioLli KISH AND FOOD, WATER
! crass, hone flour. 20-pound bag fJi cents
\ J Gardner, agent, for the present at 12
I Broughton, east
il.flM FOR WOVEN WIRE COT*
while they last. C P. Miller, agent,
|.' 50 FUR ART SQt’AREH WHILE
,hy la*, Hlg a* urtriK nt all gr*i|* of
ttr, tqtnrtt. ruga, mat*, porilsra* C. P.
‘ M'tlll.LlH HKLLH BIXTY-INCH HfCH
Smyrna |>*H rn*—fnr 90 (■/•nt*.
"aDVBBTIHEM KNTH HKT IN I'M'
ITALH WILL UK HBINTKD IN FLAB
HIFIBD ADVKRTIHKMCNT I'dU M.V
FOB TWO FFNTH A WOllli NO AH
VKRTIBEMKNT TA KKN FOII LEHH
trig iraot/t* r* tow flo/’klng Cu
Dr Cl. W Rati.loipri. Albomarl"
Hot**. Columbia. H C . ami to
Darn from Isadlng papttr* ttiat h* t* cur
ing many. ll* ha- engag"/! lo g/> lo Ha
vinnah, (la . th* Sta o< Nov. ami Slav
On duy, ll* will then go to DalD
Tax Htuttsrsr. this n<-m- In h< yoill
last opportunity Col Willie Joncn of
Cotuinhla. an| mnnv otlwr* ar loud In
hit praise —Christian In/lcx
~HOW ARK Yorrs KELT- IF YOCR
fest ar* froubllng yoti. call on m* anl I
will giv# you r*l!*f. I cur* Ingrowing
nail*, corn* and all disease* of tho feet
without piln; charger revs'-,natile; an
give the beat reference* In th* city, pa
tient* treated a, residence*, ordrrg cat)
be left at Livingston* drug *tore Bull
and Congre** street*, t* * phone J3 Lem
Davie surgeon chlropodltt.
itr.i.r tv ix r: d-h h e.
WANTED. A COMPETENT ASBIBT
ant bookkeeper Ad/ire**, giving refer
! once and experience, R. O. W., care New,
uri •* u y\h*d— %• \i,e.
WANTED FIRST-CLASH CARRIAGE
painter, must W- s*t>er atsl furnish refer
ence* Valdosta Buggy * mpatiy, Vai*
WANTED TI. WEI,IN*; SALFSM AN
familiar with iv me ,v< gro rv huiinss*.
good jw'sirion fv. hustler with sittsfiMor>
SALESMEN WANTED TO HELD OFU
g - I' by sample t<* w iud* al* aid retail
trade, we ,re the larges’ <n.| onu man
tif.oHirers in our line in the world, liberal
-alary paid Addres- oi 1*• x Mfg (*
ctTlce, 2k Board of Trade Building, So van
SALESMAN WANTED FOR FLOR
!*! i %pply by letter to us with refet
erne, good salary |uid t* the rlgN man
Uppman Bros* sholemle druggists, Upp
mm bUvek, Fnvanmih, *Ja
COIJARED MAN WIRT READS AND
win** t. * prepare for traveling $•
monthly and expenses; send self-address
\ envelop* |**-.dent M* Brady, Av.
iii’ii* u %\Ti<:n—rr:tt%i.K.
\D V E RTIS E M ENTB SET IN CAI
irvi.S WILL m PRINTED IN* CLAH
? El ID ADVERTISEMENT COLCMN
* ft TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
run oi mi > r %m rn
and -ix I . nnimif i* Vi*ry and **•.*-.• t prl
Vftfe tia*b * x •,"■! n t>* '‘t*iili.**h Hade
here, day. dim fifty. i*i meals. laniiSia
YOl NC M\N WITH SEVERAL
years' exi*erb*tifu ** salesman In the fur
Hiture titwl irpt btmin***—. dwiirrs to
change hb pr *nt L itlUi. b* >t of ref
gren.u- AiMre*. K - ary* of this office
~V Msi lt 1 :ss W \ NTS W( >RK 43t >
out doily -r work at home Address
S am-tt - Morning New# office
POSITION WANTED BY REGISTER
1 pharma i- t Aktfe*a l’ stofP o Box
No 3, Savannah, <a
HTENOGR\PIIER. Wlftl EX l*Eßl
once, desir* nfternwm |Hsitl*>n, wlllinit
to a -i t |n *fli *• • veuteen Al
dre-s Anxloue. N* vx ' *ffl e.
%\ INTPI) flht I I IAMMI •.
\\ A NTEIT Ia t liY BODY
Jb.it J. llba. .ul hi*** tt. un-riar A S
Cohen, telephone *'
IF VO! WANT GOOD MILK. GET IT
from Sfulngfiekl Dairy, It'a rich, pura ainl
w Hmlm some
CASH PAID FOR GOOD SECOND
hi rid oat uick#. 212 Wet Bay street
IF YoF \\ \NT \ IM.AtT. T DEMI"
earth, dirt. and, manure, •I- Cre* of
charge. Jus- * i * Ity limit- hauling over
hard ro t ! write or t* lephono Blown
Bra- corner Andorson and K.**t Broad
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITAI*H WILL ME PRINTED IN * LAS
SIFTED ADVKRTIBEMI N’T CtILCMN
EOB TWO CENTS A WORD. N * AD
V ERTISEM ENT TAKEN FOR LESS
nTT*E Tb m IMS. FI
unfnrni-li* l IC*7 Hb taham strwt, near
Fl It NISH E! * ROOMS. CONVENIENT
to liti*ln | 'C canter, bath and ga*- lift
Un> bn, eorner State.
TERMS!! ED FRONT ROOM, PR I
xtii" family with hot water, for one or
two gentlemen. 20% Jonep, w>t near Bar
\ HANDSOMELY FF RMS! I ED
couth front room t<* on** * r two gent emeu
122 Taylor ft rest, we#t.
U<m>MS FOR RENT FURNISHED
Apply f 105 Perry street, weet.
1 ■ ■ 11
roll tir.AT—HOI SEA.
FOR RENT. - * iMr oSTABLE HOUSE
No -17 W.iltlhiitg 'Hut, ea-i t*twe**n
Atercorn mi Lin In, fl retell aider
aid eondlth : , every * onv* nb*n e Rlvnt
tent to right tenant 1‘ *,*• Hii -mm
Cohen, Wirt Broad aid Broughton an eats
FOR RENT, A TWO STfUY RESI
•bn < OH Witter# Road and sixth street,
with about an acre of land, would #ell or
lent c 11 Dorset L
FOR RENT. DESIRABLE DWELLING
with nil modern Improvement#, In good
repair. 3IS Jones, eaat K lloch A Serav
FOR RENT, 7? DITFFY STREET,
east. posiM-wdon at once. Apply George
L Garvnany. **gnt 15 flrvnn street. <axt.
Tfi RENT, 221 AND 223 iBiLToN
street, enst, th"*** are g*ri I hous* * and
!<>• iii‘.*ri * x ej .u* Api-lv t* c A M In
tire, 4**j It fir.l of Trade Building
FOR RENT 31f* HALL EAST 8
room# h>t )*! * old water. |mrn*dl •
p' * -.!m Apply W W. Swinton, 2w
Eighth street, ent
run hi at-miv ii i.iu ot h.
LARGE WAHKHUI’HK AND OFFICE
FOR RENT CORNER BROUGHTON
AND WEST BROAD STREETS; FOR
MERLY o. CUPIKD BY THE SAVAN
NAH CARRIAGE AND WAtION CO. II
I oit i:i:nt <>n nil? i(!Kkciik:
rat*. . ti thr,'*- .1,1,1 four-mil** ~>>,tx
,tro I' % • ii*i' 1 r,y to two mil,' Ijii-I
tit l"t ■ from ,'.*• a. r,- t, tm, hutvlred;
ttmi' • m tin txiUKht tn lirttr or xm.ill lot,
on ,ay t* mv. II I tor-' 11.
Knit ItKNT. AS t *-Ttt-ItATK HTA
t,(p ~n Hot. kr>l .titll for four
h>K, A*|,l r■ •> I*. O Itox 3*u
AI>VItHTISKMKN'I b bkt IN "A!>
tTAt.s nit.i. m: I’luntku in ci-aa.
\t'\ : ■' : lai M t.N r * "!.• M :
• OR TWO t'K.VTH A \V<iltt> No Al>
VKRTIrtKMKNT TAKKN FOR I.KBB
I tilt * XI.I:—III: l. KXTtTK.
At A F.HTI --4K.M KNTH HKT IN CAI"
ITAI.S WII.I. 111. FItINTKD IN CI.AH
HIM Fit A! A'KItTMMMKNT COI.CMN
Knit TWO Cl NTH A WoRIt NO All-
VKRTIHKMENT TAKBN FOR I.KBH
Hill HA f.F, ON TIIK OOKKCIIF.K
rood, Itrtwnn Ihr■ ,■ arxl ■’
(troll* > , ire lo trlv to 100-mil*- im.- I ’,. Iti.|
In I t from >,•* •''ir to on, imn Ir,-,!
me <iih I, Imuehl In l.tr**- or nm ill Iris
on .t•• y term C. If Inn tf t
FOR HA I,IC. AT A UItKAT IIAft'IAIN
-t lot ,*n Farit event-’, ii' tr the Fork ICx
ti n*t,n Thte lot mut lie told. nn,i rjn
h- •'■*. ureiJ t a very low prior. C 11.
FOR BaL) a lot Fun TWO HCN
dreil oollxrx: envy terme. on Nlntn etrxH.
near Kant Uraad; no oily taxation. C, H.
Koit ham. i. nTntS BTRKET
near Fat Broad; no city tnxea, at IMO
each; twenty flva dollara cah, and eaay
monthly paymenla C. II I>oriiatt.
K"i sAi.t.. i.*j:h on ninth, near
Fad Broad, at each; will ,oon ba
advanced to lies, when a lot hae been
paid for I can arranga to get a home
bull* c H. Doraett
FOR sack, a desirable farm
containing one hundred and live (1051 acre*
land, about forty (tot acrea under fence;
modern frem dwelling. 7 room*, with
eervama" touae. *tobles, barn*, and other
outhouae* convenient; excellent water,
and a good bearing orchard of peachea.
peart, pluma. grapea, and other frulte;
eliuated In Bulloch county, about 11
mllet from Savannah, In a flne farming
•action and cloae to Bavannoh and
Rtaleebtwo Railroad: will trail or exchange
for city property. Apply lo Dr. A, F,
Boyd, 1® Liberty street, weet. Savannah,
aiICTIO* 9ALC* TB'* HAT.
LARGE LOT FURnTtUReT'
CAKmi, 1I VITI1! HXF.X, ETC., AT
\1 l THIN
f\ 11. DOR SETT. %**! lowFfr,
Will sail MONDAY. sth, si 1C C ongr#sa,
W'Ff!. At 11 o’clock
Tha cant#Rif* a pci;*|#fiev. party go
ing lo boanl no sickness
I*,i * Oak and Walnut Carpal# ar.l
Rug *. Cherry Siilc board, <*. * i.. a Ckst,
R k**r> Dining Talk* * r#l i’hilrs. Wll
low' laming**. Malting. Parlor Organ, Bad
Spring*. Ih tub al* un*l Bureau, U!ni
i j t mm Saf 11 •* Rack.
Fi . i* tir- B-'k find Mum- Si an da andw
uri By oih-t articles of u** and orna
%l I Tin \ * %I.t * IT TI RE IHI4.
Toe.dnv, A ,v. tt. in dill m. Sharp.
i of era k* i v conatatlag
Of M .!<•** t, > ti— tnd *.tt, 'era. M ,!•>*—
bowl* SS do. ' I p'nlt". Id targe plat
ter* of ill L* d"*en fancy luead
pate*. * doc-1 butter dt-hea, 34 *l,rxen
mi4|> pi,to- .H .1..* n ve*etatd# dtehea. 13
do*, tt Imtler •' ip N ■ u*pt lr. * ihrxeix
jardiniere* ti t‘.mt *r* * doxetx
win, kl' •
]; !.i, \ it rd nr (tit,* l( *
china, 3 doa*n ceictv j.rr? t* and .*en *yrup
and vin, *tn , rti >l* . n "t t't prtchera,
tine Bmyrua .ip I Itiu- dr Hu* ' & tr.tm
hoo eat ■ ' ■ hi
f.mt oak rxtcn.ton t.ittie er.e '. th*r eay
chair, one wtttow r.*'K, r. 3 .rak r***ktrg
,-hMlr*. eilvct w tr, ~tr;*t*i!ng of *;,'*rn*.
fork*. fl *h kmv •"*. built r knlve*. r htl
tlrci.t act" of kit.fc, f tk an I ;***n. four
.1.. , •ptlnv*. Hue bi<qic ttrnamenta
and t " tit ct el. Pit * l one pl.t
f.,rm * tie <■*' |*und*t All thr K.ewi* to
he *t>|.( al'**tu.t'l\ Without tei.'fVe < JttodN
on tr'*|e 1 lion M. ntl.it
HAVANNAH Al iTH M ANIi ("MMIB
HF iN t tt.MI'ANV
A WlNKltlrillT Aurt "rie*r.
131 Whitaker Hue, i *
lull *4ll—lll At. K*TtTK,
Knit Sale those mi •n ‘ inth
tret. near Ka*' Itrnad. Itove only been
•old *<> nr*t • ;* panic*, ho will maka
good nelxhb.il- *nd non* other tan buy.
The teriipt *re vetv eaay and ihey ara
cheaper than any other In h* vicinity.
C II Dor*etl
rU HIItKNr'KS AND Hi.'lLblNL I/OTI
for *al nil over th* city. Hohert H.
Tem rt l ea'.ate dealer. No. 7 York
ADVKRTIHI Ml NT." SI T IN t"Ap'
p, \l.s Mil HI HIUNTI l> IN r.T.AH
Hn ii:i> advfrtih' mi n i holi'mn
|'i lit Ttt ti I'ENTg \ WflltJ r NO AD
V KRTIBEMI: NT TAKEN Foil T.KfW
I.o*l AMI Pill Ml
ToTr! HLI I ’si ? r< hi .1 It IlfM'NO
I’dPFV. f mon'lc ol*l Itew xed If left Ba
vannah ISrcwlnrc t'umiany
*1 It 4 1 El*.
~^TrXyEiTTrTt htiTm:n'\vmiti: and
town 11nitteri t.tw 'it In •at marke,| "A.
II Row Idler >1 reward if returned to
Eighth anti Lincoln elit'et*
i tin *4i.i._in t Ki.i.tinii n.
ttnV HEM. Till. KOI till KINO" TltY
ll when >. or favorite rettitdy fad*, al 330
buttle I. tiled tu a ltd! of honey make* a
Bplendld mix urt lur Infanta anti blidreti
TIKNZOIN HAIM. MAKES THE SKIN
like vt lve'. fur do by drugkl-t or at lien
r> and Aberco-n F'i-*t Drug rttorea,
Whitaker and lavlor t. el*
KOR SALK ON I Sf.i'iiNlr HAND VC
lIORftK POWER EN'JINi: AND ROIL
| t.R IN 4 No I ORDER JOHN
I Hot ;K I: * HONS
LA ROE PEARL < 'LISTER RROOCH.
| bend -carved cam, tenter, with earring*
| Adrlrea* K. II II . care Morning New*
FOR SALK o\K FINE AND I.IOHT
,N*t W T Lynch. I.umber ml Hr>an;
Henrgla "phone 133>
KOR HALE. FINE SAW MILL, l/v
---rati.l on rallf.ad. I'<t at-re* tine tim
ber. nt tr. atljelnlng. fur mile Iron track,
built ,ut In limi t . Haiti eng ne. mill with
St.ann apacln per dnv nrttl all modern
Improvtaneni, Ju*t tt dll, !., < n e.twlnx i*
nvuntti, r• I t anti term t t v Apply W".
J Elite. Kirkland tl.i
KOIt SALE 4 STEDEHAKEII HINOI.E
truck 313 Broughton street, ,a*t.
FIANOH FOR HALF. ONE l‘A ft LOR
grail, nrat-elt-c mki allghlly need,
Ktael a In w, ai-u atvetal tipflKtit* 111 g'**l
. , iiditltin, t a n title, John W"l Kani.
U Karri* alteet. weal. ________
WEEKLY NEWHFAFER IN RfO.
pro-pcitiu- town I Invta'menl; ape.'lal
tea none for elTue and will -f.l cheap. If
•oil right trw.tf A'- O <" H. car*
Morning N’t* Havannnh, Oa
FIRE PRfHIF HAI'BS tt'B CARRY A
hue line of file proof *.tfr In Mock l xll
time* The ftarUea can *ee exactly what
they ar* getting Our prl.'**, tire It low
a* manuf*'turera eel! It. wlilt freight add
ed I'arile* fnlere*ie,l. who l*h a good
fire proof aafe. will do well lo lnapect
tMir *iock Llppmati Broa l.fpptnrn
block. agent* for manufacturer*
FOR HALE CHEAP. AT HA It SION'S
•table. 113 McDonough, eait. flne able
TERPENTINE I.tiTATION" TOR
ral- I* crop* Ar t year boxes; 12.001 *era*
round llnylicr. at fl SO per acre. $3 per
thouxand box,-* fur I# t* ■ I I mber; pier ty
of limi t g to l gul In five milt* of r*F
riMid, will give pH* (i ll n now or at end
of era non Addrt** Round Timber. > ira
Mottling Nt to
IiPRINO FIELD DAIRY IS NOTED
for having rich, pure tnllk; try II; you
Will be o|cn,ed
ADV ERTISEM ENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL PE PRINTED IN Cf,AH
SIFTED ADVERTISEMENT COLFMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VKRTIHEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
"TiTeTTi RDARTi NICE ROOMS. cRN-
Iral hKnliotr rtawMblr rate* al 322 Har
rl* Blreet. e*l.
I til l 4 1 MIX 41..
Often her rla**e* In Delart* arui d.roclatf
a* followt Chl.drcn a finite*. Iteglnnlng
Monthly aftermton, Nov. S, Guard*' Rail,
at t Tt. n lirlt*" t la,-t with an Informs!
tta •" -tenln*.
Nov. 1. at v to. muik by Roxeafald'a o
,'he*tr; adml**lon for the latter, SO cants,
including gentleman anti ladlea
111 *I4K* 1 H tXf IN.
CO, Jinty will cart! Ho rnttiilhly, anew anvl
•afe plan of speculation Benl for par
j ilcul.it> Equitable Investment c>tmpaay.
I into Ilroarlway. N Y.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET !N~ CAP
JTAI.S WILL HE PRINTED IN CI.AS
BIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
1 i tilt TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR ! .ESS
to your lntere*t to let ma give you an eo
; tlmate on your plumbing, ttaw or old
work; repair work a apectally, a* I m
* pra-Meat plumber. No gue*a work ta
endanger your life. Wlggln*. "phon* IS.
Oeorgta or Bell
Empty Malaaam liogahead* faa
C. M. GILBERT & CO. *