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CITIZENS TO CONSIDER IT.
HKKTIKO TO-DAY TO niMTD
iT.iIT r.(IR FO RAVARN4H.
Nr Ha* Dh'A Bmlimi
• Protaeetnnal 'lrn and < Itlara*
i>rafrallr to 'feet at the rit Kt
i haii|r at 4i;m O'clock and (Mtt
I heir Opinion of (hr I’mlti'l.
Hoped Tkm Will lie a Urt At- ,
tendance—tin) H>ale Will Tell of
< oalrrrnrf With Preeldcnt Hnmn
af Ilia state *arlcnltnrnl Social*.
< ominlllr.a Will Probtbljr lie ip
Mayor Mynri haa called n meal inn of
the clilama of .Savannah, who are Inter- |
• shirt In securing h* nr*t atolc lair lo 1
meet In the Kin* room of the City Kt- !
mange at 4 *> oclork this afternoon
The Mayor la exceedingly anxious that
there should be a large anrt repreeenta
ttvr attendance at this meeting, ae tie
avtehes to secure u free expression of opin
ion ss to tne wisdom of the project, an.|
a full discussion of the best means of get
ting the fair here. If It Is thought that .
the people want It.
At the meeting MaJ. G M Ryali will
probably outline the results of conversa
tions recently ho.I by him with President
J Pope Brown. of the Slate Agricultural
Boctety, and the members of the society's
Executive Committee Tne Executive
Committee la vested with the power to and
- when and where the fnlr shrill oe
held. MJ Rials met President Brown j
by appointment In Atlanta, and the ques
Iron of holding the fair here wa* thor
oughly canvassed between them Presi
dent Brown then staled that he believed J
Savannah cotrld have the fair If the peo- ,
pie here wuntr-d It, urirt were willing lo j
put up the necessary guaranty fund.
There romi little reason to douht that
the meeting will de ids that Savannah
ought to have tiro fair. There have hen
efforts to advertise the city In similar
way* In the iat, but, aa Mayor Myers
said last night they have none of rhm
been Just the thing *hat was wanted and
needs-: In ill* opinion, and the opinion
of other prominent rttUens with whom
the matter wa* discussed the filr wool I
be a great thing for the city.
Mayor Myers want* the people of Sa
vannah to take the project tn hand, and
the Imit ation* are that a cnmmlllee will
he appointed to cotrfer with the Execu
tive Committee of the Slate Agricultural
The opening wedge to success has al
ready been driven and It remains now for
the people of Ihc city lo take the mu'- j
ter up and get the fair here. Pro|erlv
conducted, these enterprise* have alwavs
been profitable, even from the standpoint
of expenditures and receipt*, and no on#
who h*a Investigated the subject see* any i
earthly reason lo think that the next
fair if It l* held here, would prove an
exception to the rule.
President Brown has callsd a meeting
of the Executive Commutes of the Biatr
Agricultural Society fr-r Dec. SO. Tiro
meeting Is to be held In Macon and at
that time the location of the fair will
he decided There are several oiler ap- j
pliant* for the rilstlnrtlon and seekers
after the profit ami they are all making
energetic efforts to score their point.
Valdosta thinks she should have the fair
again, and Home la said to he out to get
it But little more than two weeks will
remain between the meeting of this af
ternoon and the meeting In Macon, am)
in that time there will be much lo do.
The Executive Committee of the Agrl- |
cultural Society must have a definite
proposition, based on facta and aecntn- :
granted by figures and plan*, to consider,
and It will take some little time to ar
range tills for presentation. All of these
consideration* lead the Mayor to hope that
the rn. re nig this afternon will be repre- '
aenlatfvc of the best people of Savannah
and of those substantial business Inter- j
eels that must co-operate If the fair Is lo
bv made h success
TO TUB M> t'P nil; THEB.
How hr I'rniHnit Political situation
Looks and How Ho ln|n< a ||.
The rare for the mayoralty nomination,
within the rank* of the citizens Club. In
spire* acme of the whilom leader* of the
Idberal Club with unholy glee From their
atandnolnt It Is one of the nrni humor
ous of the many humorous thing* thit
have happened in recent years In Savan
•’lsn't It funny," said one of theee tha
other day. "I need to think It amusing
lo get out In Ihe middle of a polltlra]
row and make myself heard and felt.
That war a mistake, for It la twice as
enjoyable to watch the antler of the
other fellowa from a safe distance. And
my dlatanca la aafe enough." hr added,
"There Is nothin* very new- In the cur
rent situation, but the political her seems
to he buzxlnrr louder and stinging deeper
than he has for a Rood many years. Poli
tics. they say. makes straokc be<l fel
lows. and I am willing to stake my repu-
MUSCLE AND NOT FAT
Wbiit Thin People Vfd lo (Sound
MS Ibr Corner*.
Whm thin folk* nerd I* flesh or rauiele.
To b* aymsnetrtcal and properly propor
tioned every person should have a c*r
in amount of excel* flesh, but to bo
plump doe* not neceiMrily mean to be
Kit U undesirable; It clogs end retard*
the iftlor of the mu*de*. interfere* with
the healthy action of the heart and !un*
and when very excretive, predispose* too
fatty dageneiatlon of vital organs, to say
nothing of th* discomfort resulting from
too much adipose tissue
common sense would suggest that If
on* wishes to become fleshy and plump
th* thing tnoat needed would he flesh
forming food— that It. albuminous foot]*
Ilka eggs, beef oatmeal, etc.
THe kinds of food which make flesh are
th* food* we have on our tables every
day; but the trouble I* that our atom
aoha. from weakness or derangement of
sotna kind. *o not promptly and properly
Really, the principal reason o many
people remain thin la because ihelr etom
•chs do not properly and completely dl
peet and assimilate the flesh-forming
beefsteak end eggs w* eat every -lay
There are thousands of such people, and
they are really dyspeptic*, although they
may not auffer any particular pain or
Inconvenience from their stomach*
If such person* end all thin people
would take after their meals some simple
a d natural dlgsstlve, like (Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets the food would he quickly
digested and the proper degree of plumv
tiea* very eoou result because these tab
lets are prepared exactly for that pur
pose. They digest every variety of fle*h
forailrg food, which 1# the real reason
why they so quickly build up and
strengthen Uitn. dyspeptic men and wo
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet* cure every
form of indigestion on this common-sense
plan, thgt they thoroughly digest ih* u>
prompt, giving strength to every nerve
anl organ In th* body, and the weakened
stomach a chance to rest and recover tt*
natural vigor Nothing further is requlroo
to cure any sterna :h trouble, except or*
eer of the stomach. They make thin, dys
peptic people strung, plump end wall
This excellent preparatives Is avid Cat
netiU for full-siaed liealln.nl by all
druggist, in Via lad Stales, Cadw and
Oreal hr Halo.
Monsters and Microbes.
H<m the Microbe Would Appear
If Macmihcti in Size to Cor
re*pond With Its Power.
The world ha always believed in
monster.-great dragons of the land,
and huge serpents of the sea Asa
rule these monsters have tieen fairly
peaceable, and beyond frightening peo
ple occasionally, tliev have done little
recorded harm The real calamities of
humanity have come from the smallest
forms of life. The minute microbe has
slain ita millions upon millions. If this
microscopic form of life were depicted
in sue and form equal to its danger and
deadlines* we should see s monater
which would dwarf into insignificance
all the monsters ever begotten by hu
man imagination The microbe has this
in common with the fubled monster, its
food is human flesh and its drink human
blood It battens on slaughter For
centuries medical science tought this
mtrrobic foe in darkness The presence
of the foe was recoguized, its deadlines*
conceded. Rut it was ever an invisible
foe, unknown and unnamed. To-day
science with eye-power increased a mil
lion fold find* this lurking foe, knows it
and names it.
FUTDINC. THE FOE
is the first step, fighting it intelligently
is the nett We know this minute or
ganism lurks in the air we breathe, the
tood we eat, the water we drink We
know the object of attack is the blood
We know that as the microbe la bred
from foulness it must tw fed on foulness
Hence we know that the microbe finds
no lodgment in the body when the blood
is pure Keep the Wool pure and yon
shut out the microbe.
When the blood is impure nature at
once begins to show the red danger sig
nals Boils, blotches, pimples, crop
tions begin to work upon the skin sur
face. as signs and symptoms of the cor
ruption of the bloral When these or
any signs of blood impurity appear, the
use of Dr. Pierce's Oolden Medical Dis
covery is confidently recommended as a
most powerful and perfect hlood-purify
"I consider vonr 'Golden Medical
Discoverv ' one of the best medicines on
the face of the earth,” writes Will. Plot
ter, Esq., ol Redoak, Montgomery Cos.,
lowa "While in the south-west, three
years ago, 1 got poisoned with poison
ivy. The poison settled in iny blood
snd the horrors I suffered cannot he told
in words. I thought ! would go enur.
I could do nothing but scratch I would
go to sleep scratching, would wake up in
trie morning and find mvself scratching.
I scratched for eight months. Had it
tation as • political prophet on the as
sertion that this particular fltthi will
•rather under the same quilt some of the
most ill-assorted pairs ami trios that the
town has ever known.
When the row llret started, It looked
like Mayor Mvers had a lead-pipe cinch.
The citizens t*!uh has managed to *et
so big. however, that there were not
plums enough ro go around among the
boye and all of them who had little offi
ces and political Jot's were very, very
anxious to hold on to them It occurred
to them that the thing to do was to gee
rti the crest of the |s>llti<al wave nn.i
ride up to their old positions With the
Dixon wave assuming ll* present aspect.
It looks Just a little like the other wave
would prove to Ire u breaker, and that
the fellows who are now on the crest
will find themselves with their heads In
the mud on the evening of Jan 9
'• Twas ever thus." said Ihe 110111101011.
musingly. "There Is an everlasting un
hlilon In the breast of the hoys to attach
themselves to the band-wagon ami It
often hapfrene that there arc not enough
seats In Ihe vehicle. I expect that’s
what * the matter now T guess I ant so
far in the background that It would take
a double-barrelled calcium lo find me. hut
I am enjoying all the comforts of Ihe
equation. I find the whole thing amus
ing and that is non than I could say
for It when 1 helped lo make the trouble."
NEARLY HAD A ROUGH HOUSE.
(Continued from Tenth Page.)
The Myers people gathered In the rear
room of Ihe ball, and Mr M Httde was
promptly made chairman Me accepted
with thanka. "The cltlaens of the Fourth
district are up here to make a nomln itlon
for Mayor, and It Is full time II should
he made Ito you gentlemen want a nom
ination?" he demanded. The response of
Ihe crowd w is an emphatic aye.
The chairman was about to put Mtvor
Mvers In nomination himself, when Mr.
K, F O'Connor Interposed and said that
there should be an organisation H
suggested the name of the M>eis Fourth
TJlstilet Club. The suggestion was *c.
opted at once, and Carl Mendel was
Chairman Mcßride did not propose to
be cut out of his speech, however "M ivor
Mvers has given u a good government
he declared. "The city’s affairs were In
bad shape when he took charge. Now
the city Is In good condition, and every
body Is prospering We don’t propose
to allow any set of trickster’s or would
be politicians run It over us, und they
might as well understand It."
Mr O'Connor then offend the following
aet of resolutions:
' Whereas, the tim* for holding the cle -
lion for Mayor and Aldermen Is approach
ing. end whereas. It 1s proper for this
club lo express their appreciation of the
honest and upright edm.ntstiatlon of our
worthy Mayor, the Hon. Herman Myers,
be It resolve.! that the Host Side Coneer
vattve Club hereby indorses the Hon Her
man Mvers for re-election es Mayor of
the city of Savannah, and do hereby
pledge him our Influence and loyal sup
Tha resolution* were numerously sec
onded snd wre unanimously adopted
The chair was Instructed to appoint a
committee to notify the Mayor of h * nom
ination. He was also Inatruetcd *o e-.|t
another hireling as Ms earth ut '-or.
lance. It was decided to take an •> tua*
count of those present, as they passed out,
and Mr. Julias Kaufman, who stood at
THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1000.
not been for your ' Golden Medical Dis
covery ' I would be scratching yet, I
tried different kinds of medicine, tried
different doctors, but all the relief they
could give me was to make my pocket
book Tighter. 1 then l>egan taking
Dr. Pierre's Golden Medical Diaeorery
Took four bottles without relief Kept
taking it. I took in all ten bottles and
got entirely cured. I can say that if
jieoble would take your medicine matead
of tooling with some of the qnacka that
infest both the small and large towns,
disease would flee like chaff I*fore the
The use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery will absolutely dnve out
snd eliminate the poisons which cor
rupt the blood.
BAT) BLOOD AND GOOD HEALTH
cannot go together. But when the
blood is purified and enriched by "fiold
en Medical Discovery," the result is re-
corded in sound health.
Boil*, blotches, pimples
sad other eruptions disap
pear as the impurities
which caused them are
removed The skin is
healthy, the flesh it firm.
The dull and sluggish feel
ing is s thing ofthe past.
The appetite is good, sleep
is sound and refreshing
and labor an enjoyment
instead of a burden.
" It gives roe much pleas
ure to testify to the merits
of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery," writes
Miss Annie Wells, of F'er
guaaons Wharf, Isle of
Wight Cos., Va. "1 can
say honestly and candidly
that it is the grandest
medicine ever compound
ed for purifying the blood.
I suffered terribly with
rheumatism, and pimples
on the akin and swelling
in my knees and feet so
that t could not walk. I
spent about twenty dollars
paying doctors' bills but
received no benefit. A
yesr or two ago I was reading one of
your Memorandum Books, and I de
cided to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Ihscorery and * Favorite Prescription,'
and am entirely cured.”
Of all prevalent forms of blood dis
ease. scrofula is the most intractable.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
has a remarkable record of cures of
scrofulous diseases ; remarkable both in
the number of cures and their variety
aa well as in the fart that these cures
were effected many times in cases where
all other treatment had proved utterly
"I cured my little girl's scrofula with
your ' Golden Medical Discoverv' snd
' Pleasant Pellets.'" writes Mr. Eli Ash
ford of Raney, Hunt Cos., Texas. "It
has been four years since then, and
there lias not been any return of the
There la no alcohol in ” Golden Med
ical Discovery,” and it is entirely free
from opium, cocaine and all other nar
Why does s dealer sometimes try to
sell a substitute for Dr Pierce's Golden
Medical Discoverv, claiming it is "just
aa good f Is it for the customer's ben
efit? It can't be. If the two medicines
are equal tu merit there’s no advantage
to the purchaser in an crew exchange.
The medicines are not eqnal in merit,
and the rcaaon for selling a substitute
i* only because the leas meritorious med
icine puts a little more profit into the
dealer's pocket. His gain is the cus
DON'T THINE OF BUYING
a work on household medicine when
you can get a good one free Dr.
Pierce's Common Sense Medical Ad
visef contains inoff large pages and
over 700 il lust rat iona. It is sent free
on receipt of stamps to pay expense
of mailing cmlv. Send 31 one- cent
stamps for the cloth - bound volume
or only ji stamps for the book in
paper - covers. Addreaa Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.
[ the door, reported K as the number.
Having curried out their Intentions, the
I Mcßride ieople de|iarted. leaving their op
ponenta In peace. The conservative then
proceeded wish their meeting with IJ
members present. Including the two Men
dels. The advisability of consolidating
with the Iteynolds club was discussed,
and opposed by some of the leading mem
bers. who held that the club had a sperlu)
work of Its own to perform. The mntser
was referred to Ihe Kxeeutlve Committee
for consideration. The speaker* also con
demned in decided terms. Ihe conduct of
the Myers people In Invading and Inter
ferlng wi*h their meeting It wa* claimed
that a large number had gone home on
account of the disorder A number of new
member* were elected, but the list offered
bv Mr A Mendel was rejected as nol being
In proper form
Secretary Arthur Lucas offered the fol
lowing set of resolutions endorsing Aider
man Dixon os the club’s candidate for
"Whereas, Jt Is proper fora cluhof Ihe
size and Importance of ours to Indorse a
candidate for III* honoisible position of
Mayor of our city; and.
"Whereas.We have In our district a gen
tleman who was born and has always re
sided In this rltv; and,
"Whereas.We have a gentleman known,
respected and reveped by every one. who
by his own fidelity lo his engagements,
skill and thllPv. ha. risen lo be one of
: the foremost business men of our city;
"Whereas. This gentleman has proven
! himself to he a worthy officer of our ritv
, during his live years’ service as chairman
of the Mater Committee and later an
1 chnlimsn of the Committee on Streets
and I-anes, serving with distinction. h|s
' record as an officer being the pool herit
age of his friends;
"Therefore, be It resolved. That the East
i Side Conservative Club. In moss meeting
assembled, do hereby Indorse the randl
; dacy of the Hon Janies M. Dixon for
j Mayor of this city, pledging him our
1 hearty support."
Se.eral of the leaders thought hastv
aellon was inadvisable, but the sentiment
! was evidently very strongly In fat or ol
prompt action and the resolutions wen
jen lorsed by a rousing vote, Ihrre being
i only two vote* In the negative The fol
lowing toinnilfler was appointed to no|l
! fy Mr. Dixon of his nomination ami ob
it nn hi* acceptance. j;. a Ilk-hards, J
1 Fig*. M A Ituttimer. John Fltsgar
j aid and P. P Theu*.
I During the discussion of the resolution
several of the members stated that Mr
Dixon had Informed them positively dut
i it'K the day 'hat he would make the race
The remarks made at the mreting ol
Ihe W W Osborne Bouthslde Club Mon
day night by some of the speakers caused
considerable unpleasant feeling In certain
quarter* und the occurrences of last
night’* meeting promise to still further
embitter the partisan* of Mayor Myers
del Alderman Dixon. The Hevnokl-
Club of the Fourth district Is to have a
meeting at Labor Hall 10-nlght for tha
purpose of celebrating It* recent vl--
lory and with the probability of endors
ing Mr Dixon, and it will be inter**;:nt
te watch the result The South End Ad
mit.lst ixttlon Club will also meet ‘.o-ntghl
tit WMtakr nnd Thirty-fifth streets
-A new tug has been chrhftened "The
O incey M. Depew ” The Washington
Post *y. If will doubtless huve a fine
CROWDS AT DOLL SHOW.
! %F FAIR OF FHOF.MFI* < IH< I.K WILL
IIF. A Ci It BAT fUCC'ftC**.
I.argi- attendance of Visitors Darina
the llfll—llaurf Woa Kn|o>cd Last
Magfit—Ladles U lin Derided 1 paiu
the I'rlte Winners Award wl
I’rlsrs to Hr Slade This Afternnna,
When Dolls Will Also Hr Suction
ed— Some of the Dolls Dial Are
Entered nud I'rrullnrttle* Noted
The ikill show now In progress at Chat
i ham Artillery Hull, eecme in a fair way
to net the Proebal Circle K lira's Dauafi-
It- rs. a neater rum than that which was
tciilixxl by the similar entertainment
1 tlun lu-a winter. Tte young ladles of
the cirele then cleared about SIOO, thereby
abiding to their fresh nlr fund materially.
| This Is a charily that Savannahlans de-
I light In aiding, and thla accounts for the
u> ess of the doll show.
Many visited the hH yesterday. At
limes It wa* thronged, and all were In
terottetl In the Inspection of the many
varieties of dolls mat were encountered.
During Ihs afternoon there were a grest
many children admitted, they, aa well as
the grown persons, paying an admission
fee of ten cents. Exception wus made In
Ihe case of children of the orphan homes,
who were admitted without cost, and who
vastly enjoyed the display of doll*.
A fenture of ihe first day that was
found especially pleasing wa* the dance
Inst night This was largely attended
and the thoroughly Informal event w.i
a perfect Success. An admission fee of
25 cents was charged, and the ladies also
i Htd to their receipts by the sale of re
freshments. Between damss excellent
opportunity to see the dolls was afforded.
The show will coeitltiiie throughout to
day,closing late In the afternoon. The ad
mission lee will be 10 cents. The prize* will
be nv irded this afternoon at 5 30 o'clock,
when all the doll* offered for sale that
have not been purchnsxL Vgill be sold off
it auction. Opportunity has been offered
parent* to buy beautiful and Interesting
doll* as iTirlstinaa presents for their llt
t|e girls at price* that are below Ihoj*
demanded for do'le of ihe same excellence
In the stores, and there *• the additional
cons* lei at ion of the object for which the
show Is given. It la expected that bidding
for the dolls after the award of Ihe prize
will lie spirited
Arranged on table* In Ihe hall are Ihe
varied assortment of dolls that delight
visitor. A number of ladle* had been In
duced lo Judge of the relative merits of
the ilolls In their respective classes, anil
ihe following were those who made the
.iwanln and the classes In whlctl they
Baby dolls, by Mrs. J M. Kang Mis
Merritt Dixon and Mr* Roberts, the girl
do’ Ia by Ml* C. A Shear-on, Hit T M
Cunningham and Mr* 8 K Then*. the
old fashioned dolls by Mrs. Cooper, Myers,
Mrs T 8. Wayne. Mrs J 8 How km*
and Mrs. West, the fancy-drexsed dolls,
by Mrs. James Hunter, Mrs. I. P. Men
des and Mrs It A Denmark; the crip,
filed und disabled dolls ami rag doll*, by
Mrs Henry M< Alpln. Mrs. fleorge J
Baldwin. Mr*. J I* Scully and Mrs M
A O'Byrne; dolls aa advertisements for
• lores, by Mrs Charles H. Strong. Mrs
John Bryan and Miss Nona Saursy. pa
per doll* and dolls dressed by men. by
Mrs. A R. lam ton. Mr* J' W Meldrlm,
Mr*. John M Egan ami Mrs Frederick
The first table Is ocrnplrd by the old
fashioned doll*, of which there are many,
scene of them, apparently, being the
treasure* that ma le happy the hearts of
grandmamma* who now watch other lit
tle girls plavtng with more modern cre
ation*. There Is a marked difference be
tween the dolls of long ago and those of
the present generation. and. because of
the r antiquity, the dolls on the table de
voted to the old-fashioned kind arc ex
amined with interest.
Among some of the doll* that attracted
most notice tn the ohl-fashloned class lire
that entered by Miss Mamie Marshall, to
which the first prlxe wa* awarded ami
which wears u dree* that Is sixty-seven
'ears old; a doll brought from Paris n
1i37 ami entered by Mis* Elsie loiclle
Ely. which w-un the honorable mention; a
•lull that was bought for I', at a fair tn
Atlanta In ltwi and which looks as though
It cost far more than It was worth; a
French Wax doll eighteen year* old en
tered by Mr*. 8 Opiienhelmer; a wax dull
llfty-elght years old entered by Mrs, M
I- Kundrrshtne. which appeared upon
the first Christmas tree ever given In Ba
vamiah. a rag doll about two feet high
that is fifty 'ears old; and Pocahontas
in Indian doll made of Mexican bead
work In New Mexico and entered by
Master William Ouerrard. Jr
A doll dressed In spun glass, a penny
doll brought from Oberammergau bv Ml*
Margaret Stiles, on Indian doll entered by
Mrs H C. Cunningham, golf girls en
tered by Misses Amee and Belle Baltev.
and a two-faced doll are found on the
table occupied by the fancy-dressed doll*.
Upon the iwo-faced doll, one fare of
which I* wreathed In smiles and the
Other dissolved in tears, arc two placards,
announcing for the nice little doll, that—-
"I like the bread and milk. I do.
Anti many other nice things, too.
Always I try mimma to please,
Smile all day long ami live at ease"
Ami for the little doll who Is laid, that—
"l don't like bread and milk. 1 don't;
I won't eat bread and milk. I won't;
1 hate the bread and milk. 1 do—
Oh. boo. hoo. hoo, hoo, hoo. hoo. hoo."
A doll that attracts a great deal of at
tention and which won a prize on the
f jn , y-d-re -ed table, was entered by f'apl
q a (Jordon, reprceentin* a member of
the Oglettiorpe lJgnt Infantry. The doll
!► dressed ae a member of the company
In aervlce uniform, and the outfit ts com
plete The Republican Blue* also have
a doll entered
A first prize wa* awarded a doll robed
m n Mack evening lire**, and honorable
mention wa* given one entered by Mrs.
C, E Stult*. Avery unique "tire" doll
1* entered by Mr. Danin! A. Holland.
Quite the prettiest table in that occu
pied by the little girl dolls, of which there
are sonic twelve or more. To that drew—
cd and entered by Mrs. Janies Hunter
the first prize was given, and honorable
mention wus given thai entered by Mrs. '
A K. Cunningham
Among the beautiful little baby dolls,
the most beautiful is that entered by Mk ,<
Ldty Hunter, who. however. Is a member
o' the Circle, and therefore, disqualified
from receiving a prize. A doll entered by
Mrs N. F. Jackson wa* given first pr,z*
Is your breath had? Then your
best friends turn their heads aside.
A bad breath means a bad liver.
Ayer’s Pills are liver pills. They cure
constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia,
sick headache. 25c. All druggists.
Waal yttr Nirti*ch or b—r 4 beautiful
or jrh hiatk ? Thn u*
WT Look for H
✓ this SEAL M
on the end of tt|
Sf the package. fE
No longer will the best M
efforts of the baker be
No longer will the house
wife complain of the
fiat, soggy taste of i ’-
biscuit and crackers. B
It was exposure to air Bm
that spoiled the bakers’ l*j
It was damp and dust
that took away the
delicate taste. 4
All that is remedied *
All you need do is to H
remember the ‘'ln-er
seal Patent Package.”
Tell your grocer that you M
want biscuit, crackers
and wafers in the
He has or ought to have -Cj
Milk Biscuit II
Butter Cracker* *
Saltines 0 B
Banquet Wafers X
Sultana Fruit \ H
Graham Biscuit “ *
Sea Foam W|
—all packed in the "In
er-seal Patent Package.”
If he doesn’t keep them, H
worth the trouble. - t
VLeek for H
this SEAL H
on the end of ■
anti honorable mention among the baby
doll* fell to one entered by Miss Oat In r
The bride doll |* magnificent. She was
dressed bv Miss Salli.v McAlpln and Mrs
Jam,. Men ties, and i* complete In every
detail of a bride's costume. The groom Is
Georgia Hussar, who took the tirrs
prlae in lasi winter s show the nul l of
honor was dressed by Ms** Bailie Me-
Alpin. th# bridesmaid by Mia.- Hopkins
and the groomsman bv Mrs 1. M I,e-
Hardy. The bridal party Is very at
A little girl doll dressed by Mr- H TV
Johnson. Is one of the handsome* bit*
of work tn the show She will be toted
U|on and awarded the most successful
contestant. A pretly little sailor toy. wag
dressed by Miss B.tllie Anderson. Among
the rag dolls. I* a unique one, Miss Cor
nelia M nre of Cobb county, dres.-ed en
tirely of corn shuck* by Mrs (leor;;e
Hat mini In th* same class ore two
wonderful cake walkers. In the eonle-t
imong dolls dressed by men. th< blue rib
bon was born off by a widow, whose weeds
shows the eye for detail In a widow’s
costume that the gentlem n who fashion, and
her must have. There ore also dHpl.iyg
of paper dolls and tloll clothes
clock vu i> a in nnv.
Hour Hand on South Knee of Eg.
change Clock Ahead nr Olliers.
"The limes were out of Joint" In the
clock tower of the city Exchange ye.
terday. I'asscrs-by nolle, and the curious
fact that the hands on the south f.t -
of the clock persisted in Indlcailng at,
hour altogether different from that shown
by the other face*. The hour hand on
the south face waa exactly one hour fast.
The clock would strike Ihe right hour,
but It was rather confusing to people
or. Bull street to hear the hour of twelve
ring out and. looking up, observe the hour
hand pointing to 1 o'clock.
An explanation a* lo why the hour
hand on ihe south face should have been
In such a hurry ton sought but all the
satisfaction that could lie secured w is
•he lalht-r doubtful Information that
the high wind ha I hurried the hand ~n
It* course. Hut little* reliance could be
placed In such an explanation, a* m, re,-,
o'.lectlon was h.l of other high wind*
having playcd such pranks win, ,n,
GUSTAVE ECKSTEIN & GO.
13 and 15 Broughton St., West.
We are showing an elegant and exclusive line of
Novelties in Holiday Goods, and invite the public to call
and inspect thorn. As usual our prices are the lowest
and our jjoods are the best to be found in the city.
t prltrht Plano#,
M' tal Drum#*
Ni kit* ’orneta,
N k - klrl Horn#.
Palmed llorna, ,
KUI Body Dolls.
H arm let* .Mr Oum,
Genuine Air Rifles,
('ocnbination L.tn k Banks*
China Ten Sets,
China Wash Sets, j
Lotto Garnet, ,
Brass Folding Beds,
DRESS GOODS fU YOUR OWN PRICE
2,000 yds Dress Goods,worth from 35c to 50c, and consist
ing ot novelties in Plaids, Cheviots, Serges, Henriettas
and Flannels this week at 25c
Black Cheviot, all wool. 45 inche* wide and good value at
5*1.00. For Monday and Tuesday only 50c
Ladies’ new style Box Coats, in Black, Blue, Tan and
Ca6tor Kersey, that were bought to sell at sls, but owing
to a late season we close them out at $lO 50
Ladies Cloth Capes, in Black, Tan, Castor and Navy,
well worth SB.OO. our price $5.00
Children’s Golf Capes. Special price $2.08
Ladies’ Walking Skirts, worth $3.50, at $2 49
Black Dress Skirts, good value $7.00, at $4 98
All our $4.00 French Flannel Waists at $2.98
Ladies’ Flannelette Wrappers, special SI.OO
Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
GUSTAVE ECKSTEIN & CO.
High Grade Trunks,
W, mks our Trunk* at our f.rtory
Don't fall lo sxamln* our .took h*fors
SHOW AND SALESROOM. 31 AND 3! BROUGHTON. WEST.
SOUTHERN TRUNK FACTORY.
McDonough s ballantyne, w
Iron Founders, machinists, a j
Hlm> L•in 1 1 ti * ll.rlb rmnktr*, him n n furl u rer of mmUmh. . L
.i nntl I'Miwlil.- I iik in'"* t •ni.nl nn and Inp Hnnnlng /
< iiii '!• II- -biik Mr 'll II Mini I’m us Mm ft In* Pulley*, et c.
TELEPHONE NO. 123.
k R Nrat. F P Mit t ash.
I’r*:d*nt Vic* Praalda.i.
Henrt Ut.cw. Jr Sec y and Trsaa
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Glass and Brashes,
time, Cement and Plaster.
• <vr aad Wkllokst Him*
EAST INDIAN *
CAra* Corns, Bunions and Warts 4
Speedily and Without Pain, *
FOR SUE 8T Ul DRU66ISTS.
UPPMAN BROTHERS, I
Wholssxlg Druggists. ’
llppmsu's Block, Hsvannsh Ot. %
For Chicken Feed and Fertiliser.
NITRATE OF SODA
Invaluable for •'home-mixed' fertlllxar
Th* cheapest and most concentrated on
the market Send for particulars.
HAV, <• HAITI, COW FEED, lilt ATf, BTt.
SEED OATS AND RYE-
T. J. DAVIS,
•T'tiun,' —3. HI Hay street, wain
oi.l- NETVSpAPKR3. Mo for cents at
Insist*** Olitc# Morning New*.
Tol lt Cxaea.
Infant*’ Boudoir B,t*.
Collar and Cult Box**
Rid i.loves—th. Best
Child'* Muff and Hca 8-w
R!ial*Mmo* Pillow Shams
LIJI. OF HOPE ET HOG. Ii ET
For I*l. of Hops. Montgomery Thundsr
bolt, Cattle Park and West End.
Dally except Sundayz. Subject lo chzost
ISLE OF HOPE.
kv City forj of H j I.v I*l* of Hop*
am from TcnTh 6 (Vi am for Boltor
7JO am from Tenth j(00 am for T*nih
* > am from Tenth j 700 am for Tenth
9 1& am from Bolton | 8 00 *ra for Tenth
JO 30 am from Tenth ,10 00 am f or Tenth
l-‘ 00 n'n from Tenth |ll 00 am for Bo.tor
1 IS pm from Holton ill 30 am for Tenth
2*o pm from Tenth JW pm for Tenth
S3O pm from Tenth | 3 10 pm for B-ltor
4M pm from Tenth |3OO pm for Tenth
530 pm from Tenth 00 pm for T*mh
* 30 pm from Tenth j 00 pm for T*t '
730 pm from Tenth I 700 pm for Ten'h
*3O pm from Tenth 00 pm for Tenn
930 pm from Tenth , 9no pm for Ten'h
10 30 pm from Tenth i!0 00 pm for Tenth
|R oo pm for Tenth
1 for Mong ry j Lv Mor.tc-m-r
(30 am from Tenth | 7is am for T*rlt
230 pm from Tenth 113 pm for Turn
30 pm from Tenth j 6 OOptn for Te th
1-v city for C'at.l'arkj Lv. Caitle Pa*k
S 30 ani frotn Bolton | 7 00 *m for Bolton
*#J am from Holton | uo am lor H
1 V 0 pm from Dollou . I 2v pm for Holt'*.
2 30 pm from Bolton j 3 w pm for B-*
7 00 pm from Bolion j 7 30 pm for B .ion
foo pm from Bolton | 5 so pm for Hoi: n
Cor leaves Holton street Junction 5
* m and every thirty minute* tharea.
until 11:300. m.
far leave* Thunderbolt at * 00 a m a
nary thirty nunute* thereafter on
1-’ 0# midnight, for Bolton gtreet June
FREIGHT AND PARCEL < AH
This car carries trailer for passers'' 1
on all trip* and leaves west side of '
market for Isle of Hope. Thunder'
and all Intermediate points *t *OO *• 1:1
1 ' p. m . 5 00 p m
Leaves l*| a of Hop# for Thunder!*
City Market end all Intermediate P° ,r "'
at * 00 a. m . 11:00 a. m . I • p m
* WEST I.NH ' Alt.
Car leave* west side of city mork*
YVeat End 0:l a tn and every *' ni
thereafter during the day until 11
Leave* Waal End at 420 a m and ■
ery <0 minutes thereafter during th*
until 12 no o'clock midnight
H M LOFTON Gen Mnr"
Empty Uttlasets Slegekeod* '•*
C. M. GILBERT & CO.