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Wrier Prof Mu .-or. >*y* wr.al hi* Cold
Cur* null d* he on says w Oat *4 the
word kr,o* - Nearly everybody M*m •
h. nk . tr.i remedy **r.(v*r * •*>•<
, • ; t r< t• • • be . .ra nos*. throat
and lui t■> qu.ck.y that a raid need no
longer t* a for*runner of grippe, diph
theria ■ c pi . .in. u. i
Every < i of hi* remedies la * tore
ai. ij iiitaii m< it vial Quito •>
Health >• Write l:r..*dw#> ar) Nth
f . New York fir medical advice fret
ADMISSIBLE AS EVIDENCE.
| Ilk OF WVEMB *TAHr* UK*
Mi r II I Ik T DIM I m:iT*.
Ururula Supreme Court < on
grna l enal Preeeribe Mule* of
llvidrurr for *UI* 4 nurl*—That !•
One of Ihe Right* of Mate* XX Ulrli
I Hitiimi I annul Interfere llllh.
Document Without Marnp Goes In
Any State t ourt.
Atlanta. Nov. 27,-Th* Supn-m* Court
handed down a > ghiy Important decision
to-day aff* ■ :.af t. only *ne war stamp
tax, but involving a question of nai* -
The point Involved, wh. h wan In the
rant ol email *1 ul t lilt, itn et at, he- j
fora Judge Hart. Ir. June* .Superior Court. ,
aula for eje men! whether or not a
lea** contract which did not bear the ape- i
. ta! tump require.) by a* t of Congrtfa la j
admissible ae evidence.
The Supreme Court rule* that Congte.*
while it ha* the right to levy taxes j
through a -tamp act auch aa it pasted,
ha# not the right to pre* vibe rule* of
ev:let. fir stale . ouris. which would be
conceded if a do ument not bearing a fed
eral stamp wa* denied admission as evi
Tb# court. In the decision rendered by-
Judge Simmons goes on to say that under
our system of government the state* re- ;
tainel all powers of sovereignly which
were not granted to the federal govern
ment by the ,ot sfitution.
Text of the Derision.
Til* court * and t.-ion i- as follows:
' Small et ai. V. Si<> tun et al Before
Judge Hart. Jons* Superior Court. 81m-
Rioki. C. J —First. The vendor of land
who retains iltie thereto for the purpo-e
of leurtri the (wvmenl of the purchase
money, cannot by injunction prevent the
vendee from tearing the land and cutting j
ta* umber thereon uniea* such acts Im
pair the value of the vendor's security.
"Second. The evidence be.n* conflicting
ret this point, this court will not Inter
fere with the discretion of the trial Jugo
In finding that tii* value of the vendor's
security wa* not lessened by til* acts of
"Third. Congress ha* power to levy and
railed taxes by requiring revenue sump*
to be placed upon certain written Instru
ments. and nas power to prescribe a pun
ishment for the failure or refusal to com
ply with that requirement, slid to provide
that such instruments snail not. unite*
stamped, hi admissible in avfclenc* |n the
federal court* It has. however no power
to prescribe rules of evidence for a stoic
court, and therefore the act of Congress
which declares that certain written In
struments shall not be received In evi
dence in any court until stamped as re
quired by ihe act ! io he understood ns
applicable to the federal courts only.
"Judgment affirmed. All concurring,
except l.ewls. J . >i e*nt. Iketau, Harris
* Harris and Hall 4 Wimberly (or
plaintiffs George g. Jones, Hardeman
Davis and Turner A Hardeman and
Moore for defendants "
•TOP* THE rot tilt nil W UK K a OFF
1 Hl'. COLD.
Laxative Promo Quinine Tablets cur* a
roM in one day. No cure, no pay. Fries
apEa i u noTirra.
ROTirC. ~~~ "
We will sell to the highest bidder for
cash at H O k .a I-- *. J9u., th.
Richmond County Diet Ulr.g Cos. plant, lo
cated ahree mi'e- from th < Ity of Au
gusta, ne-ir Dan Howl- This is anew
plani, built riper Ihe plans of an expert
Kentucky djfflilsr, with ;ff. uu-st im
prove! m • bin* t at i all equipments to
get the be a- result with the least amount
of labor. Now running 19 bushels per
day. but can be Increased to ion bushel*
without extra cost A five-year l*a-c for
one-half acre of land, in ludlng two of
the- finest cold water springs In the
South go With the plant
A rare opjmrxunity for distiller! Sale
to take place on premises
Nov. 29, 1909. E M DAVIS Mgr
UTITK AND Ctll %TY TUB*, 1990.
Office Collector B'ate and County Taxes,
Chatham county. Georgia Savannah Oct.
6, 190 —The digest is now open for the
collection of the above taxes on all prop
erty. real and personal, the specific m
on professions, al.ra the
POLL TAX FOR F.DICATWXAL PI R
FOSES OX AI I. AI AI.K H E*l HE VTA
of the city and county, between the ages
of 21 and year-
Office a- the Court House. Hours. 9 a.
in to 2 p m. JAS J McOOWAN.
Ta* Collector C. C.
ax mu xt r Iff: XT.
My mv store will he formally opened
to-day The puMi U cordially Invited.
The celebrated Newiln* led Mocha and
Java Coffee will be served all day to the
ladles who come in.
Phones 873. M. B GARDNER
Liberty and Whitaker
Th* fashionable cafe of Savannah
Within a block of the De Soto Every
thing In season Fat game Fresh oys
ters. Private parties—dinners
a* for every other occasion you can al
waya get I lie very best of everything at
mv stalls In the City Mjrkel.
To-day. Prime Be■ f, Mutton and Veal,
Xjmb. Pork. Matchless Corned Iber.
Poultry. XVlid Turkeys. Bird-. Celery, etc
Both Phone* MT JOHN KI NK
RESTAURANT AMI OYSTER HOl-SE
42 Hull gtreet.
Biu* pejinte. Little Neck C.aros. received
by every steamer. Native Oysters In ail
styles. Chop* and steak-* .trid game in
season. Everything the beat.
Just received, fresh lot live lobaiart, •
M D ABRAMS. Prop.
P. 8 —Hot lunch from U to 1 every day.
At TIIOHIZED TO pay TAXES
Important Court Orders ta llultdina
and Loan reset.
Atlanta. Nov. 27—J. F. Pendleton r.
eiver for ta* Southern Horn* Bu ldti .
and Loan was to-day authoris'd by Judge
Newman to pay to the city of At.anta It -
IMl* In full compromise of a.i tux *
laimed to be due the iry by ib South
ern Home Bulking and Ic-an AMU-unoii
prior to arel it.i hiding i- vear i‘*.c.
Receiver Pendleton wo also *u .orixed
to allow rebate of lie-test or. ..quit
ted amrunis sinee April 1, iTi.
The pennon of 1. gon Johnson aid
Gtorge A Mpei r rc -tvers for me At
lanta Nations Building und Loan Ar
vo in-tone, ai-Klng ini' !hc> oe auihor
xed and lnuti u led lo allow- rehal- of h -
Uteri on liquidated amount# due to bor
rowers amce April 1. i:-*> in ai. case*
where settlements shall be voluntarily
mk> on or lefori Jan 1. !!• ;. wu signed
1 > Ju-Igc Newman this morning
ft . .ii and settlemen! not be made within
rhe time limted. the receivers are in
► ru ?ed lo al uiate Inters! rgi the liqui
dated sum. from April 1, 1* to date of
DR AX K AX Ot Xt E tic LAI DAM *
Crittenden AA ns Drlnktna anil the
Dose AAus Fntal.
Atlanta Nov. 17.—Joseph 1,, ('rt'tenden
of Fat-: Point, a young man. 27 >eats of
age, dr ink an ounce of laudanum litst
night about 7 o'clock while Intoxicated
lie died at 919 o'clock hi* morning.
Crittenden was employed at the Booth
ern Bjs- Work- and was |.pu ar among
the men. For the last wetk he wi
known to have been drinking hea.i.y an I
had not been at the rhoje for nearly ten
lie lived with his parents. Mr and Mi*.
C M CrHtenden. whose home Is Just this
side of East Point
ALDERMEN til ATHENA.
Election AAas liieltlaa In Two of the
fit* AA arils.
Athens. Ga . Nov 7.—ln the elections
held In the different wards of the city to
day for aldermen, XX'. D. O'Farrell beat
A XV X’ees in ih* first word by u mrjor-
Ity of 27 and A II Hodgson defeated ,1
P Fears by a majority of 73. in th-
Kcurth ward Messrs J L Arnold and
J II Rucker bad no opposdkg) in lie
Secotid and Third ward*. The election ti
the Firs: ward was very exciting and
large amount* of money changed hands
on the result, Capt. f> Farrell, the win
ner, lias tM-rn mayor of Athens for two
No Gripe, Pain
Or discomfort, no irritation of the li
te*tine*-but gentle, prompt, tborouyl
hcattbfifl cleansing, wben you ta u-
Fold by al! druggists. 25 tents
FtXERAI. IX X IT* ATIONX.
JOHNSON—The friend.- and a< quain
tances of Mr John L Johnson and family
are requeusrd to attend the funeral of
the former, from the XX'esdcy Monumcmal
Church, al 380 o'clock this afternoon
Interment Bonavt mute Cemetery.
m >T7TvTt .
A*spoe|al communication of this J 9
lodge will be held at M i oni- Tcm TY
ihe purpoet of paying a last tribute to
our deceased brother. J. I. Johnson.
Memlier* of s.su r lodge* and transient
brethren are fraternally invited lo meet
JOHN W PARKER, W. M
•IAS. R CAIN. Secretary.
run OH LODGE XII r.i. I . A A VI
A regular communlcwtlon of this D
lodge vv ill lie held at Ma • T-til- TLjf
pie this (W’ednesdayi evening at err'
The M M Degree will be confrred
Members of rlutr lodg.s and viewing
brethren are cordially Invited to meet
with us A S COHEN, \X\ M
WARING RUWIELL. JR. Secretary.
EA AT AIDE COXAERA ATI A E I 1.1 II
The members of the Fas!side Conserva
live ci and are Urge ntlv re |U, ate It(, meet
vvilh the Reynolds Club at Labor Hall
this evening at *39 o'clock itusn<- of
vital Imjkirlance. Ity order of the Presi
dent. J. P. FIUG.
A M. LI'CAS, JR , Secretary
M.t IIXII DIATRII P t I I M
A m eung of the Scoml I.strict Club
und all voter* of the dutrict who favor
ihe re-election of Isaac R. N nhans ss
Justice of the Peace ore requested to
meet at the hall corner West Broad and
Brysn street, shls (Wednesday) evening
al 8 o'cloek.
Prominent speakers will address the
C It WFSTCGTT. President
FRANK McDERMOTT. Secretary.
*i-i,t i ai, xoTicm.
rm t til iit .11 HUH a.
Juror* no- impaneled In th* trial of the
case Ethellne B James vs. Florida Cen
tral and Peninsular Railroad are dis
charged until Monday D-■ 3 !'**'. ul 19
a m By order of the Hon. Tiio*. M.
WARING RPFSELL. JR-.
Clerk C. C. S.
CEXTB AL OF GEDHGI A HAII.AA AA CO
•ME AX STEAMSHIP CO.
Thursday. Nov 29, being a legal holi
day, she offii'f* ar..! freight warehouses
of these compunhs wdl tw closed, with
tho exception that their local delivery
sheds will remain open until 9ho a m .
standard time, for ihe delivery of perish
R G TREZEVANT, Agent
NOT it l
Nollce Is given theatrical comp-mle?
that business between them and the Au
gusta (Ga.) Herald tnusi. from tht.- dale,
and unlil further notice lie transo ad
directly between rinse companies and the
We, the undersigned merchants, repre
senting *he Retail Merchant*' Associa
tion, will close our places of business at
13c o • lock on Thanksgiving day. Thurs
day. th. 29th
M Dryfus. F M Klrhy 4 Cos . Falk
Clothing Cos . Thos, XVest 4- Cos. Daniel
liogan. Krouskoff Millinery Cos . Nicholas
Lang. Biernberg 4 Cos.. Big Gardner. B.
H. Levy 4 Rro . Leopold Ad!r, Lindsay
A Morgan. Byck Bro* . J E Gutman.
I Coliat A F Nichols. Gell 4 Quint.
Hub Clothing Cos . Jackson. Mclzg< r 4
Cos., Metropoll'an Cio*li,ng Oirfunkcl
4- Pons. XVin 4 11. I! l-utttmore
XOTII E TO IHE PI BMC.
To-day being Thanksgiving eve, ihe
City Market will keep open till 5 o'clock
p. m. L. P. MASTERS
Clerk of Market.
All bill* against the British steamship
Ormesby. Robinson, mas er, must be pre
sente ] a: our ofllce by 13 o'clock ihls day.
or payment of some will be debarred.
W XV. WILSON, Agent Consignee,
gavaunaii, Ua., Nov. 29, 1900.
THK MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2S, 1900.
The Ho? .
and the Li|y
iliumrntc the illfterenoe
between lard and
A PURELY VEGETABLE PRODUCT.
An.mAi mav carry diwane with It and be
um iran and very indigeatiUc.
Wfiton i OdofUit Cooking Oil it pure,
*r#-t and ck-an It never betomea rancid.
It tv*kc ai far ai lard or butter!
Hmon i Salad Oil far better raiue than
the olive oil and hat the tame flavor.
Aiic your frirndiy grocer lor it.
APIA I Al. NOTH UA.
City of bavannah.
Mayor'.* Office. Nov 27, INS'
Whereas the President of th**e Polled
S#o!es ha* ••! *|irt is a genera! thanks
giving day, Thursday. Nov 29: and
XVherea*. it is eminently flt and proper
that all persons in every ailing of busi
ness should observe said -lay in a flt and
pripcr manner, and
Where*-* the peop.e of Ihl* city and
community nav much for which to
thank an Allwise Creator, now
Tn-refore, I. Herman Myers, Mayor of
the ri*y of Savannah, do hereby Issue
this mv pro-'lamatlon inviting mv f allow
cl tit eng to iiy aide their aecu'ar voca
tion* on that day and to a- -mt-le al
their respective place of worship and
*;ve thanks to Almighty God for his mani
fold Ides sings be* towed upon us.
Given under my hand and seal of the
city of Havannah, this 27th day of No
HERMAN MYERS. Mayor
Attest XVM. P. BAILEY. Clerk of
The undersigned invites scaled bids (re
serving the right to r-Jrct any and all
bldsi for tii® tv le or any part of an issue
of lilton firs- mortgage six per cent, cou
pon bonds. In -b nomlnalk ns of 11(0 each,
interest taivable annually, of the Savan
nah Ya hi flub, dated Jan. 1. 1901. due
Jan. 1, 191S, with ihe option of retiring said
bonds five years from dale, eecured by
first mortgage on ail the real estate of
the rluh The f-Ttn of said mortgage and
bond I* deposited with Hull & I-alhrop
for Ihe inspection of bidders No bids re
ceived after noon Dec 11
XV XV BTARR.
Commodore Savannah Yacht Club.
III! - v v v V V v II fit I 1- Ml V nut t-
A( Until . MILITARY.
Harris and Barnatd streets Ormond R
Strong (Cornt-H), Head Master. Greek
Latin and English; Rev. B P. Johnson.
A M (Princeton), lately of St. Mat
thew* Military Academy. History, Oeog
raphy and Modern Languages: John
Siclxrr. A H Mathematics and Chem
istry. O.i. Teleph ne 1911.
EXHIBITION or A LADIES* PH AETON
The Hntidsonirst in the (titled Atntes
The winner of blue ribbon at the Horse
Show, tow i* be seen at Fee ley's Stables,
back of rile Sheaf r
Mr Robt. II I’r.g.- save Mv Chadwick
Perfect Two Wheeler Is an Ideal rig, es
pe 1.i1.y for Sndl-s. there being actual)'
no horse motion, and as the smart ap
pearance of my outfit w is recognised In
stantly. I drove in the arena at Horse
Show, not only evidenced by rhe applause
received from the large audience, but by
the awarding lo me of first blue ribbon
Sole Agents. AX'hole--a.e Druggist?
Georgia I'hum No. 3. Beil Phone No, 31.
AA. . I IIII'P A ru.
INSt’RANCE AND REAL ESTATE
Real Estate bought and sold on oommia
slons, and Renta collected.
Travelers in urunce Comiamy Life. Ac
cident and liability Departments
New York Ei.dvi writers Fite Insurance
Greenwich Fir* Insurance Company.
The City Trust, Bale Deposit and Surety
Issuing Bonds of Surely to contractors,
administrators guardians, etc.
KIDS AX AX I 80,
City of Savanrah. Ofllce Director of
Public Works. Savannah. G . Nov 11.
I*99—Bids will t* received ai this office
until Friday. Nov ISue. j* o'cloi'k
noon, ciiy time, for furnishing feed as fol
lows: No. 1 Timothy hay. per l> pound*,
best quality feed bran, per 100 pounds,
best qua.liy corn, i* r imshe . best quail!)
mixed oat? To be weighed at tip- City
Lot. Envelope? io lie marked "Bids for
Feed." Thu cit> reserve, ihe rigiti to re
ject any or ail bid- Bid* to be opvni.l in
the pre nee of bidders
ISO m GADSDEN Director.
THE AA A Y lt> ALLAN l Alt I'Ll*.
The only way so get your carpels prop
erly taken up, cleaned and taken are of
for Ihe ,-uinni t |h io turn the job over io
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos.
telephone or call at 22 Montgomery
street, und ihey will make you an eatt
mnle on Ihe cost of Ihe work. Prices
reasonable They 010 pack, move and
store furniture and piinos
C. H MFDEOCK Port and Mgr
Iv Xri.ll I ' I'll Alt *1 At A ,
The Original All Night Drttai Store.
liuib Syringes, guarani*ed J&C
Eouniam rtyrlnges, guaranteed ..is*-
CtMal Prt ra <.
Chamois Vest li.Tt
It*) Empty Capsule* 5r
Razors, guxranteed $1.09
R yards Aseptic Oauie ah
l-ih Aboorbeat cotton k-
Hot Water fieltkl 7fic
Hair Brushes (Adam?) *v
Ha 1 mportotl 1.. ..•••
Tootn Brushes £-- > As-, guaranteed
Beef. M ine and Iron TV
Bryar's Chill Tonic av
XVe smporl our own Tooth Brushes and
guarantee every one
Mail orders solicited.
AT IL AHK'tL '
Let me upholster that parlor suit and
make f* good as new Look a* well—just
as *. r\i # I‘rte- Saves vou money 1 car
ry tii* liiwttl and pretties; lux of cover*
and curtains In Lie cn>
DAVID CLARK, Hi Jefferson Pi
P fl—Remember. make the mattresses
which have pleased Savannah people so
TII AXKVtill IXIi I*At h AGE.
Get your Holiday XX'hiskey at Roh-rt
Bernier's No charge for pu king Hhlp
peit to any pari ol tn< ti tle. Only the
best brands soid ROBERT REMLEfL
A*hone 813. Cor. Liberty and Drayton
LEE ROY MYERS 8 CO^
; _ *
v l:..[: V . ' •' -Ci ' '■ ' V; ■; . ‘ ■; - :■ < /
A5 GOOD AS CURRENCY
■ - -
' .: w ? -•; ■ -v -•-2 • ’
Exclusive Family Liquor Store
IN THE CITY. TRY OUR FAMOUS
Bell’s Pure Rye Whiskey.
Full Quarts 75c; four bottles, containing full Gallon, $3.00.
[X- I 0181 nr n Ann Sole Propnatora. C XX'hltaker Straal
_Bt LUI N UIH W UUU Fi 11. I.IM.UK ct\V l avim s
BE THANKFUL AND SEND YOUR
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West,
FOR TII XXKfiGIVING DINNER.
Finest Or, noblo XValnuts lac pound.
Flne-t Jordan Almonds 4.V ,und.
At more* Mince Meat Uc pound: 4l>e best
Fancy Cranberries Iftc per quart.
New Dat*s 10c package.
New Figs lA-, 13c, 20,- pOn<J-
Ifinest Cleaned Curranta li- pound.
Seeded Raisins per foickage Hie.
Extra fine Citron l‘< per pound.
Extra plain Pudding cheap.
New Edam Cheese. Pineapple Cheese.
Finest assortment of Cracker*.
Fine Sweet Florida Oranges 15c. 39c. 35c
Finest White Celery in dfy cheap.
C. A DRAYTON GROCERY COMPANY,
G. S. X’an Horne. Manager
FROZEN RHE RIItDN
SCIIXX tll/.'S CAFE.
Greatest dainty of the season
Oysters served In every style—prepared
by ihe most noted cooks in the Hnuth.
Congress and Whitaker streets
Open Day and Night.
Y G XME TII YNK VGIVIXO
At Frank Dieter's.
Fine Western Turkeys lac per pound,
fine Western Ducks 15c. fine Western
Geese and Chi. kens IV. fines) Beef Roast
15c E-a\e older* for XX'lid Turkeys.
Ducks, Partridges, tmves and D<r (San
sag, a specialty. N ft—l ss F. C. D.
Turkey Stuffing Nothing nicer
■ALB Oi" M XU.s.
City Marshal's Office
Savannah, Gt , Nov 21. i®'°
The slat s In the market building will be
offered for rer.t al public outcry on Wed
nesday, the Fifth dav of December. 1909.
at 10 o'clock a m
part esiring to tetain tht Ir stall*
and renting b> the year will have :he pr- f
erenn . but must be op hand and respond
By order Commiilee on Market
JOHN POWER. City Marshal.
To the Public in General:
Logan will be oren all day Wednesday
and up to 10 o'clock on Thursday.
Send In your orders Everything, from
the fores*, farm and stream
LOGAN. City Markea.
Now Is a good time to select rose plants
to plant in your garden. Come out and
see Ihem at JOHN WOLF 8 NURSERY.
Oil and Anderson street*. 'Phone CM
HE4 KWXNV* C 9FE.
122-234 Whitaker slreet.
Everything up to date Game.
Fish and oysters our tpe.-ialry.
Imported Wuargburger Hof Bran
on draught. Phone 719,
CHy of Svannah. Office Clerk of Coun
cil. Nov 13. 1990-Bids will he received at
this office until Saturday. Dec. 1, at noon,
for ihe fottowmg ammunition, star, and at
the powder magazine of the cil> of Sa
vannah ra the Ggeechee r-ut-i
U cases Hotchkiss percussion sheiks (10
10- pound sheiis to th# case)
IVt cases U-pound canniser shot.
The right is leserved to reject any or
all bids By order of the Mayor.
W P HAILEY.
Cierk of Council.
TI RKEX* FOH TO-MORROW.
Gel your Th.tnk-glv.ng Turkeys to-day
for to-morrow I have them to sui! your
purse. They are selected Orders filled at
any hour to-day or to-morrow
JAB. J. JOYCE.
BPE4 IAL NOTH n.
GRtIER'H NCOTt lt XX II !*K X .
This ceiebra ed famous old
I Ilignlnnd U'hi.ky is Importe 1 direct
I from the distillery by us
I This Greer Kcoich Whisky Is
I guarantetd to be bottled abroad
I and Is i onslgncd to ua from Glas-
I sow. Scotland, and Is In bond In
I Ihe United Siates Custom House m
I this city
I This grand old Oreer Scotch
I XVhlsky is beautifully mellow atal
I mild lo a degree and Is soft to th*
I palate as one could possibly wish.
I nr.d there is a nultlness about It
I that Is especially pleasing.
I XX'e are glad to let the public pur-
I ehase as small quantity as they
I wish, even one bottle, for the pur-
I pose of Introducing the best brand
I of Scotch whisky extant
j LIPrMAN BROS,
j Wholesale Druggists,
j Lippmsn’s Block.
I Pole Agents for the Greer Dlstil-
I lerles. Glasgow, Scotland, and Dub-
I tin. Ireland, for their Scotch and
I Irish XVni-kle*. x
Messrs. Slnat Bros. Cos.,
Gentlemen— l have been a great
sufferer from indigestion and suffer
n great deal. Heard at jour Vege
table Bitters through a traveling
salesman In Baltimore. I ,roeared
u buttle and find It gives me great
relief. I certainly recommend It to
an, one suffering from Indigestion.
(HAS. A. CRANDALL,
One carload of Moyers' fine work of
Syracuse, N. Y.. open and top buggies,
the most complete Una ever brought to
We defy competition on ihls work. I
ask Ihe public on* iind all who are In Ihe
market for end and side-spring easy-rkl
lng vehicles, that they can be found at
my repository. Al o a fuli line of deliv
ery wagons, open and top. milk and baker
w agons X'ou make no mistake by calling
at once and m ike your -elect in
MARK APPLE'S REPOSITORY,
329 Broughton street west.
Kelly's Rubber Tires, the only rellabia
lira on Ihe market.
IS THE TIME TO t 9F.
It will make your old rlothlng look
Sold in large bottles at iiSc.
x SOLOMONS CO.
Hull Street Store Open All Xlght.
UI Y ONLY THE BEST GIXGER ALB.
The best is the XVheeler Rrand o! Bel
fast Ginger Ale. made by Wheeler A Cos.,
of Belfast, Ireland, from the celebrated
Cromn ■ Spring# of that city Theic
epr|hg arc the property of Wheeler A Cos,
here - no other Ginger Ale manufacturer
in Ireland has those water* hut them
selves Th* Wheeier (sUiger Aie Is msd*
from pure Jamaica Otng-r Root and not
from Red Printer, as others are. one ,s
deleterious— the other ia n tonic.
For IDalthfulne** and Purky the cele
brated XVheeler brand of Belfaat Ginger
Ale i* ihe best.
Bnl* Souihcrn Agents Sxvannsh. G*.
PROPORAL* x\ ANTI n
City of Savannah. Office Director of
Public Work*. Savannai. Ga.. Nov J 4.
1 9(1).—Sealed proposal- wU b received at
this office until Friday. Nov, 30, 1900. at
12 O'clock noon city lime to furr.leh the
city of Savannan with supplies until Dec.
3: IS*> All proposa., mu<i l made on
official forms. W'hich can be secured at
thl* filli r on ar. i after date. Envelopes
to he marked "Pr,|>oaai- fur bu)tplira."
The city reserves the right lo reject any
or all bid*. Bids to be opened In ihe
presence of bidders.
CEO. M. GADSDEN. Director.
Here’s to You!
May Thursday find you
with a furious appetite,
plenty of turkey, celery,
mince and pudd’n!—
the thankful heart will
come of itself.
If you are invited out,
don’t go in those shabby
shoes —get a pair of our
Calfskin 0 1 uS\ U
Vici Kid cor. Broughton
Box Caff & Whitaker sts-
Savannah This Vear.
A Georgia lastitatioo —The Great
Win, Sells Sc Jas. H. Gray’s
Wi I ,1- .: at the following places:
JACKSUNVH.EE FLA Monday. Nov $
X’ALDOSTA. GA Tue*iav, Now. 27.
JBSI’P GA W*.insiay. Nov. 28.
!i.AA AXX All, TH I RM) AY , XtIA . 29.
Show grounds Bolton and East Broad
One Dav Oni) Afternoon and Evening
CHARLESTON S C Friday, Nov. 39
111 SIM£M XOTICBi.
stock of Jewelry. Silverware. Dia
monds. Cul Glass and Fancy Goode
ever shown In Savannah Especial
attention ha* been devoted lo silver
for wedding gift#. A glance through
our store will he convincing An ele
gant line of Lamps suitable for
THE US BROS.
Without a Peer
Office, 307 Bull Street. Telephone 700.
GREENE A CO.,
Th* new Picture Frame Factory lairg
esl assortment of Moulding in the city.
Call und see new grad
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
11 Y ORK STREET. WEST.
5 PER CBN’T per annum allowed on
deposits, withdrawable on demand.
Interest c-*dlld quarterly.
6" PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits Of ever, hundreds, withdraw
able at onn-ial tserlod*
GEO \X TiEDEMAN. President.
It. H. LEVY. X'lce President.
E W BELL. Secretary.
C. O ANDERSON. JR . Tr-a*,irer.
in B IE
For eal. a Forsaith Newspaper Folder;
will fold eheet 27x12 It Is in |i order,
price 2100. It cobi origin*.iy $1,196, but
we have no use for H and want the room
It will be an invaluable adjunct to any
The Chatham Rea! Estate
and Improvement Cos,
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
Cl;y of Savanneh.
Office Clerk of Council.
Nov. 14. 1909.
All pr(;e* desiring to retail liquor dur
ing the year Ihl will file their npptvs
ttens wiih the Clerk of Council at once,
so that same an be referred to Council
on d action taken upon said application
before the expiration of limit provided
for by ordinance.
WM. P. BAILBT.
Clerk of Council.
LEOPOLD ADLER. JNO. R. DILLON
C. S. ELLIS. BARRON CARTER.
X'lce President. Asst. Cashier
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased to receive the t'-co.n ,
of Merchants, Ftrma. Individuals. Baasi.
Liberal favors extends!
fnsurpas-ed collection faci!l:Y*s Iram
lng prompt return-
j INTEREST COMPOt NEED QKAIMER.
LY ON DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit Rtnes and XTau'.ts far
| rent. Correspondence solicited
The Citizen Bank
Transacts a General Banking
Solicits Account* of Indl* Idas!.,
Merchant a. Hanka and other Corpo.
Collection* handled with aafety,
economy and dispatch
Intcrcat. compounded qaartecYj,
allowed on dcpoalta In our Saving.
bafety Depoalt Hoaea and Storage
BR43TI.EY A. DENMARK, Pre.ldent
9111.1.S fl. HXE, X’lce President.
GEORGE C. FREEMAN, Cashier.
GORDON L. GROOVER. Asst. Caahler.
< * tii* fiUic ol Georgia.
< apltal siMXxi
Surpius and undivided profits .. Iw: ms
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
Superior fill little* for trarsartlng a
General Hanaing liu*tre,
Collection* .iS3a*on~air Doints — '
* cessible :hrough~Banks and batoars.
A- counts of Bunks, Hankers. Mercbsnt*
ntsl others solicited. Safe Deposit Box?*
Department of Savings Interest pavabls
F- 1? Sierling Exchange on Lcndra <1
JOHN FLANNERT. President
H(HA‘*E a ( RAVE. X’lce Preald*"l
- SULLIVAN. Caebler
JNO FI,A NNERY. XX'M XV. GORDON
E A TVF7TI. XV W GORDON Jr
H A CRANE JOHN M EGAN
I.EE ROY MTERB JOSEPH FERST
H P SMART CHARLES ELLIS
EDWARD KELLY JOHN J KIRBY
Accounts of bank*, merchant*, corpora
tion* and individuals solicited
Savings Department, lnte'est paid quar
Safety Boxes and Storage X'aults for
Collections made on all point! at r * A '
Draft! sold on til the chief cities ot the
world. ,„ A*
JObEPH D XX EEL. President
JOHN C ROXVLAND. Vic* Pr*!.deni
XV F. MCCAULEY, Caahler.
" ... -
THE GERMANIA BANK
Capital * """ y .ox
Undivided proftts ■
This bank off T* It* servl.-ea to corp
tlons. merchatxs and individuals.
Has aulhort-y to acd as executor.
mlnlstrator. fuardlan. tc.
Issues drafs on th* principal rills#
Great BrliaH and Ireland and on h
Continent. . ,
Interest piM or , ompotinded quarter j
OP deposits in the Sivlngs Ih'Partnven
Safety ho*-* for rent
HENRY BLUN. President.
GEO W TIEDEMAN Vice rrssriant
JOHN 3< HOGAN. Cashier
XVALTtR F. HOGAN. Asa't Ck-hlar.
No. lto. Chartered IM*
nns ini ■
CA"ITAE. kuu.uuv. bLRI'EUS tUO.COO
UNITED BTATEB DEPOSITORY.
J A G. CARSON. President
JEIRNF. GORDON. Vice President.
(V. M DAVANT. Cashier.
Account* ol banks and banker*. m*r
>nts and corporations received !**
(he most favorable terme conalateot “
Mfe and consenativa banking.