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SHOULD FILE THEIR BONDS.
T\% ( •LI.K4 TON AMI H t:< t-'.l % i:m *
UKULI to in-: hit ok jonv
• %rr i:ihtT littte Nnl > h 4
UHI. IHr lnw ltf uirlnu HniU In
Hr Kllrtl l> Jun, I—Trunlrrn >ln%
>l Hr %H|r lu o|m‘M 11 *•
<mi l.rr’n lt|r f Hiln >—'• n* llmrr
I i iat|* nn Ihr Vlt-lim l n MarUrr
• \k*HNll Onr.%rmrf Wlillr
'lnn \rrr*lrl for %tnrr>lnt *
Atlintt, Der. 77,—Th* question of th
opening of the Owif*ilerut* *r*’
Horn* In shu*-ir* the Mount of Truilr -
i.o little worry. I< wan tuouuli* ihut
It woolit br to opH) tt or Jmi.
If. (Srtj l^f■ birthday, but tt H now
•rrn that thin will br fni|*M*ib|e unlrsm
the veteran* irr n>o\.<l ,n before the
h.* been thoroughly repaired. o I
put tn a Tirtrtl l* covwlliluh
Whether thin wi t bra tvlHhlt tr a quea
tton that wilt hr drcldi'd by the Hoard of
Trijwtrra All veteran* who |. ire io
br.'oeiM inmate* ro request**! to '■oinm.i
lilratr with \V 1. Calhoun !H
lirown hut Minn when they will be given
ab of the i<''mhiv information If tn •
U|>enina h lrln.tel until .mother <lat< ,n
• ntrrtatnmeiit will h given at the groui. t
•ml ilintinguHihed Confer hr ate will l*
invited to |ar*i< Ipalc in the opening exe.-
Thera are some eighty d.| •* roller
ami reveller , who are likely to hav,
lheir office* dMijmi v ant by Oo\
t a fuller nett week, utile** they iuh their
lurnj* forward to • ontn>lr. r Oener.:
Wright before Monday night. Ho fir oniv
about fifty collector*' and receiver** bond*
hava been filed with the oontroller gen
rrwl. and under the law. unlet* me*
boiule are filed by Jan 1 The Governor
tnuai declare th ofth-e* vacant and order
• nr* el* '(ioii
Thr- will h# no i> mporislng. for tit.
t)ffirl.*t* have li*a fair warning nA ther.
for# the> bad |,. ,| Ih , mH|t „ r
at once Many hate. no doubt Hle.l i(if| r
booda with the ur.lnaries of h*tr r.-q*-.
live 1.m,n 11.-. Ihji thf* hav, ntv.r 1.,n
forward*. | to Atlanta so th.*' thf reel* -
ora and collector* ro tn a itm-dhtti* [a
a.tton. Ho far tho only tax collector*' l.mde
tevelvod by th*. i.introlloi itenetal are
ftom th*. followtna counlle* Bakor, Blt>t>.
** Bryan. Hult. Calhoun. Camv
boli. Ontooaa, Ch.ittahoofhoo. fherok*..
Coffee. Itfi-atur. I Hmgherty. Effing*,., m
Emanuel. lann n. Franklin. Fulton, tlla* ,
• < - k. Greene. Han. nek Haralson. Harris.
Ibard. Jackson Ja*i*r Johnson. l.m
r i*. Lee. Lit,roln. Luini.kln. McDuffie,
.M* riant her. Mlllrr. M.lton Mitchell]
Mortgomer,. .Murray. \>wton, <>g|*.
thorpe. Baubling Ilercr. Hike. Bulaskl.
Richmond. Hpahling, Stewart. Telfair.
Towns. Troup, I'nlon, Walker. War*-.
War ran Webster, Wilcox. Wilkes. Worth
The following tax receivers hav*. ffled
liond* Maker, Hr,*kr. ilryan. Bulkx-k
frattn. Calhoun. Fampb* 11, Catoosa, c'h.it
hant. Chattahooiher ’h,rokef. Cla\. Cof
.'ee, Uecatur, Kftinvhani Fannin. Frank
tin. Fulton, tilaacbck. tirernc, Hancock. I
llainlaon. iicar.l. Jackaoti. Jasper. John*
•on lourens, Un<x>ln. I.umpkln. McDuffie.
Meriwether, Mtll**r M.lton. Montjtomer*.
Murray. Nrxvin Caul.liny IMcrc. Pike
Pulaski. KtcnnuUMi. H< reven. Hi. wart.
T*lfntr, Towns. I'nlon. l |aion. Walker.
Ware, . Warren. Washlt nion, Wilcox.
Wtlkea and Wialh
For .-oinc unknown mot lye a mtmlcrous
assault was made on Horn* r Thompson,
a son of Police CaptHlh John A. Thomt*
•on, about II o', ks’k lact night, on Bell-
W.svl avenue Thompson says that his as.
sailant was John Hlarkstock The young
man, with m. tialf dogen frlen*ls. was
on Ith way to a dance, that was to have
been held at the corner of Hellwootl ave
nue and t'hestnut street. The party got
off the Marietta street car at ltell*,H>.|
avenue, atal Thom|a*on remained -otue
distance behind his friends tn ask ti
'nuna lady, whoe h>une ws near by. to
go to the dance with him As he walked
aking he paas*-.! two men. lut thought
nothing of them. One of them ma-li- a
alighting remark and the other one grab
t>ed 'l'h*imi-on and stalibe*! him In the
hack and eel* Itoth men then tan, and
Thompaon'a friends, who were aliout u
hnndMd fret ahead returned to him at
his i all. The wounded young mull was
taken In a street car to the corner of
Kr*atd and Marietta streets and there
pla*ed tn th> hn-pitai iimhii.alic and
takl> to . . I! ... u ' .
• ill roe was John !2la. kalock We Inn.
always tarei, go*. I frt>-n*ls, and I can't un
derstand win he ..II in. ] t 4mm
without a word of w irning. and 1 hud no
way of defending myself.'• sail voimg
If the lire department makes ten runs
tn the next live days It will li* the record.
The greatest number of runs made In one
year was tn iwa That year th*- depart
ment ar.rw.red 43N call*, about twenty-live
more than were ans were* l during any pre
vtoua year In lire history of th. city.
Because they got married a one-annex!
wlille man and a good-looking tnula’to
girl were lock'd up on suspt lon by the
police about 1 o'clock towbiy They had
u license Issued by ordinary Hulsey, uni
say they were married by a justice of the
peace whore name they *lo not know Tin
man's name Is Charley Johnson, an.l the
wcanan's Eleanor Moody They hall from
kTorn Tilt: rovitH van tvnnKi orr
La tail v* Promo Quinine Tabli cura a
roM In on* day. No cur*, no pay. Pries
> cants —ad.
Ttfloa Burglar Hn>*rn llinni g.MMt
In Ualrhrt anti Jrnrlry
Tlfton. On., Dro. *7.—The window of
Jeweler J. K. Cochran, In Smith'd drug
■tor*, wan burglarised night before lari
b*lw**n ten and eleven o'clock. The
More ia situated on the principal business
street of the city, and lit* window vat
filled with a Christmas dlsiduy of allver
and holiday good*. The burglar broke the
plate (lan window with lron rod nhd
took the food* of mod value that were
In reach About twenty watchee and lx •
tween Sh'rty-llve and fiwty gold rings
were atolen The In** I* eatlmatrd nt t'on.
although It may far exceed tbl. The city
aulhorlilee and Hr. Cochran offer a re
ward of 17.'. for the Hireri of the thl<f.
AitMFtST I IK KOI* tM*l LT.
laiu \rgro Attempted to Assault
ttHfiit. (la.. Dec. 27.—Ian night Will
Harris, a young negro man. attempted to
assault a negro woman named Caroilnu
Jones The woman fought him like u
tiger ami he became alarmed ami ran.
He was captured ami carried to jail to
await his trial, on the eharge of nsaaMlt
with attempt to commit rape.
-* - t
•I. A. Inm.isr a llaakrnpl.
New York. Dec, 27—M A. Seymour of
this city tiled a peilllon In bankruptcy to
day. Individually aid ar a member of ill*
former brokerage mm of Seymour, John*
aon A Cos., with liabilities of HWS.MO; as
eeia, 750. CK.
Just before retiring. If yonr Hm tf
sluggish, out of tun* and you feel dull
bilious, ivnsllpgled. take a dose of
And Ton'll be ail rigbt In the morning, j
FIFTY TONS OF CANDY
Have lleen eal to Our *ol<ll*r In
(Hr PHHfpplae Klnnl h>
IHr <•<% rrHßirnl,
Fifty tb>* of c-aiMly haw be.-i *4vt to
the *ol<lt#r In the I’hillpplne l.*Un<l* by
In om.n.HPMry ,!• ,nririi'jti 1 kf h<* army
during the lunt three month* and lant *
• mount* to the *olUr* In Cuba urul J'or
to I? 100.
This I* upon miJi iff of tbr malkfll
•!t #-r* of the *rm>, tvmuw it t ■ phy*
vioioak'Ml fm*t that 4 modrrutn eonum|*
w* of confectionery promote* h*;iltb and
*attM)e* h natural r ravin* of the *tom
Candy wa* never futni*beil to th*' flitt
ed, dtate* army Iwfore althoixh it ha*
b-en 1 ommonly .v* a ration •>* the
French an*l Mritlrh troop* In the tropics
theory tha *wei* wr‘ Injurious 10 the
dl|etlv oru m*. while • moderatt* ue
of aweot* 1* actually iN iw-fielal #
Very fee thin** ar* mjuriuu* n*l th**
food crank- who advocate the ir. of
lew grain* a ui veetablet and d(*< 17 the
u*e of *we t* anl no af are In error. *
1 wholeaoou- variety of meat anti ve***-
tatble 1- ihaolittelv n- --ary for the
maintenance of tin* h iff bent condition of
The b#*et rub* t# follow I* fo f'A> a hat
th* 1 appetite uial If there |* any
dim nmfort or tr>uble In diffeaHiac newt
.iriil earetv, the difficulty can be readily
c vercome by the r> aul.ir u*e after meal*
of pom* t-Atr tllKrullVp *mjwer, of | M fi
*ln nd dlaatae* which mill mwl*f the
*tnnia h by iner* a-lna the ftom- of iraatrlc
Juice and furnl-h the natural |>e|tom*
la-kln*; In m<ak etiaia< h*
The be** preparation of thl* kind Ik
isr<>bibly Atuart * ly*fep*i. Tablet*
m hl> h may be found at nil dm*; -tore*
Year* of !**• hove demonstrated th*
value and effe* tlvefie** f Htuart * Uy*-
i iut Tablet* in all caae* of ImiMlrc-l
- - --■■■"■■ ■ ■
'lll.ll tin or 111:11*.
Troop A, let !<• k 1 t'rtv . <ja Voi* .
Havannah. Dec. A. lb"
<>rder* No 4A
The troop will at* < mlde
*t the armor> a *■ I * k
thl* afternoon (full dr*
uniform). ntountel io |wi
•• • • Mf t.- j
her Dr Wm Dun. m
C A I. OFNNINUMAM
Fli*t IJetiteiiant < 'ommun.llng
Klrot Mattalion Heavy Artillery. G. 8 T .
H.tvann.ih. ti 1 . Dec. ‘iK. Hn
The Mattel y !i#her*t ori*r#'*i to as*em
ble at it* armotv .it o’clock thl* l Fri
day > afternoon, fully uniformed, armed
and equipped, to |mv the la?*t tribute of
respect to the memory of Honorary Mm
b**h William Dun an Hy order of
JAMKgH M ROGRRfI.
Savannah. Ga , Dec. 37. IfYO
The firm of .Way A Washburn ls this
day dissolved by mutual consent K. E.
Washburn withdraws from the firm II
W Way takes all the assets ami assumes
the liabilities of the 01l turn an-1 will
continue the mn-in, - under the name of
11 W. Wat II W WAY
K K WASIIIII'HN
Savannah. Oa.. Dec. 37. I*>
Savannah tla.. In. . 77. IMh
Neither the master nor consignee* will
lie responeltdr for any debts consrorted
by the crew of liuich l>rl* Admlraal
Tromp • HH (I. DAIII. * TO.
Just received from Naphe, Italy, a large
iionsignment of suitt'rlor Macaroni and
Spaghetti. to Is' had by the |K>und or lox
Come and see me to be thoroughly con
vinced. I*. CAFIERO.
Hourhwesi corner of St Julian ami l'rlce
11l Y IDEM! NOTICE.
The Chatham Hank.
Savannah. Dec. 3ti. "so
The directors ol the Chatham Hank of
Savannah tiave this day declared a divi
dend of throw dollars tier share. iMywble
on and after Dec. Ji Inst., to (stockholders
of record this day.
JNO li. Dl LISIN. Cashier.
lilt IOK Ml NOTH K.
Savannah Hank ami Trusl t’r .
Savannah. Oa.. Dec. 13, Hall.
A semi-annual dlvliteisl of S3OO per
per silare lias been *1" iai'-. 1 Oil tie- capi
tal stock of this bank, payable on and
after Dec. li* to stockholders us of record
this day. Trunsfer Issiks are closed until
Dec. 2* W. F McCAI'I.K Y,
The Butranre Spring* Cos..
Huwanee Springs, lit
Gentlemen 1 am pleused to say that I
I was mts'it berohted tty a three waa*ks ao
' Journ at your #|>rln,. When I went to
your springs I was nearly run lown with
1 general debility, and was suffering with
Imy kidneys. I was much Improved In
* tioth rrs|crte, anti ulth*>tgtt I have now
tieen away from the springs iwo month".
I slih feel tlw* beawtlcial effects or the
visit lam persuadul that If I eouUt Have
remained with you foi .1 couple of month*
I wreuhl have fully regained my former
health. Y'ours respectfully.
LACK A T 17-LAIt Hlackvlllc PC.
All you can drink for 3c ol Livingston s.
MK\tld.ini: IN (.IKK i:hik.
BULL DURHAM TOBACCO.
CALVES' FOOT JELLY.
lIORBE RADISH MUSTARD.
FOSE iu\ BR HI TTER.
(•111, KFN B *
CAT AND MOUSE MATCHES.
w> h<ve no Whfti Klophant
A M. 4k C. W. WEST 1
Georgia Phone No. *4*. Bell Phone No. 341
W. f . FltlPP A t'O.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
Ileal Estate Isyugm and sold on ratnmli
■long and Henla collected.
Travelers Insurance Company Ufa. Ac
cident and liability Department*.
New York Undernriter# Fire Ineuranc*
Greenwich Eire Insurance Company.
Th# City Trust. Sale Deposit and Surety
Issuing Bonds of Surety to contractor*,
administrators, guardians, etc.
FAUkf F. 4FB.
KE9TAI H (XT AMI OYkTEII ViOl'kE
43 Bull Street
Blue Points. Little Neck Ciams. received
by every mearner. Native oyster* in aU
Myles. Chops and steaks and game In
season. Everythin* ibe beet.
Just received, fresh lot live lobster*.
M D. ABRAMS Prop
p. 8— Hot lunch from 11 to 1 every day. i
Abstracle Ol the recorded land title* of
Savannah and Cnatham raunty (tom the
settlement of Georgia to date. Money
loaned at low ioteresi oa city real calat*.
BECKETT A BECKETT.
THEMOKNING NEWS: FRIDAY. DECEMBER 28, 190a
tl IRIII IUKI.
Bi'AKItOKOriJH fcI.KINH- Murrlrst. gt
the horn* of th* bride's parents. ll< von
iUlc iirxl b> ttw llev. II J. Arnett. Mr. t'
K. H arboruugh of till- city to Miss I os*
Klklns. No <wr*ls.
FI M il tl. 11l ITtTlort*.
1)1 NI'AN —Th*> trleisls aral a.quatllt
ati Sof Hr William Duncan. Mr. A.
M ■' Dut. an and Mr. James It. J4in.
slon are Invlt.sl to xntml tlie funeral
services of the former at Hie Independent
Brest))'t*rlan Church to- la) l I o'clock,
HTOCKETT The frtusls and gcqualn
tan.es of Mr and Mr*. W. II Htovkstl.
and of Mr and Mr* ; . Bryan, are In
\ ttc.| to attend tin- funeral of the former,
from hi* late residence. H Htate Itreel cast,
thl* ifternoon. at 3:*i o'clo*-k. Internum
at larurel drove. Illallimore p.iper pleaae
TI'BKBDV- The relatlv*.* and friend- of
Mt. Fatrick Tuberdy te InvltMi ro att.ni
his fumtal from Ihe re|ctne of hi*
*langtiler. 'lrs. I*. A. O'Btall Mont
gomer) street, at 11 a m to-day. Inter
ment Cath.*l*al Cemetery.
FRIDAY BVENING DEC 3
To endorse candidacy of
HON HERMAN MIKRS
For Ma \dr of llavannah.
and to take steps
looking Io the nclocllon of
AN AIaDKRMANIC TICKET
PALESTINE dOMMANDRRY WO. T.K.T.
Allrnilori Sir Knights A teg
til.tr con iave of this c.unm.mil a a
ery will be held thi ilrkl.tyy ev
enlng at your asylum. Mi son c
Temple, at 3:11 o'clock.
Order of he lied Cross will l>e conferred, j
Visiting Sir Knights are cordially Invit
ed to attend My order of
H E WIUION. Eminent Com.
JA It ROCKWELL. Re order
ANCIENT I. % \ Hit Alt K LODGE NO.
2.11. F. A A. VI.
A spetial tmntura. at lon will be
ternoou. 2*th. at 3 o'clock, to pay tel
the last tribute of respect to our deceased
brother, Pastmwster Wm. Duncan
Members *i sister lotlge* are Invited to
meet with us
U. E DICKINSON. W. M
JNO. H GAINER. Secretary
y.KHI Hit VI*KI. LODGE NO. in. I'. A
A -pedal communication of this
lodge will tie held lids iFrldayl
afteriioon at 3 ookxk. for the |tur- ' 'r'
—pose of paying the last tribute of re
tgM'ct to our deceased brother, W. 11.
Memlter* of sister lodges uiul transient
brethren are ■ especially Invltrd to at
tend. Ily order of
I A. SOLOMONS. W M.
W A. BISHOP. Be rciary
(IBORRU MUNI Alt MCIBTY.
The officers ami member* of the tjeorgia
Medical Hts'ltty ure respectfully Invited
to attend the funeral *ervt.tr* of their
late brother memlter. Dr. Win Duncan,
at tiie Iridets ndotit I’resby lerlan Chur.li
till* afternoon, l>e. -1, at I o'clock.
Its order of Hit President.
T P WAKING. M U.
i'll AS H. LANNEAP. M D Ks Set ’y.
Member* will please meet at the office
of the president at northwest corner Hull
and Liberty sirens at 3:!KI o'clock p m.
AA. AA . OSHIINVK SOI Til SIDE AIL
niMvrn ATioN i.i n.
All members of the W II Osborne
Bouth Bide Administration Club are
earnestly requested to meet at Becotul
avenue anti Wltltuket street nail on int*
(Friday! evening, tree. 2*. at 7:34-o'clock
sharp, and march to the gtan.l rally at
F. M. CONNELL President
Members of the Bouth Sltle Club are re
quested to meet at their hall. Becond and
Wlitvaker streets, ibis (Friday), evening
■it 7:30 o'clock sharp, to march to the M
• sonl Temple to grand rally
W T HI BBKY, President.
Member* of the Bouth End Polltl.ul Club
are requested to meet at their hail. Klfih
and Whitaker stree*-. this (Friday ! even
ing al 7:i o'clo k sham, to march to the
I Masonic Temple to gran,l rally.
• R II CLEMENTS. President.
Savannah Hank and Trust Cos..
Savannah, Us., Dec. 13. IKS).
The annual meeting of the stoiktmlders
of lids I"Ii:k will he het at rh" Ranking
House In the city of Savannah on Frl
day, Jn 11. IMH, et 12 o'clock ro.. for
the election of dire,lor* arvl the t nans ac
tions of auch other buslnew# as may
come before the meeting
\V F. McCAI’LBY. Cashier.
•A VAN .YAH. FLORIDA AID WEST
ER A RAILWAY CO.
Annual Meeting of Murhholder*.
Savannah, O*.. Dec il. I*<o#.
The annual meeting of the stockholder*
of this company will be held at the of
fices of the comtwny In *he 4**y of Sa
vannah. Ga on Widnesday, Jan. 9. IWI.
at 10 o'clock a. m.. for the ele.-tlo of
dlre<‘tors and the transaction of such other
business as may come before the meet
ing H. U SMITH. Secretary.
*PI-t I \i. si. lit t.
On* 10-lnch Sienm Shot Gun Feed. S3
feet long, one lltll Oscillating Steam Nig
ger. Sand 10-tnch cycllnder-, only used
about thirty days; one Picket Mai bin*
and one Neary Guide, also a lot of Circu
lar Saws from Hi to 30 Inches diameter,
from the mi l of II P Smart A Pro In
Emanuel county The above for sale by
VALE ROY AT. MFG. CO..
THE KATANA AH PREPARATORY
Harris and llarnard street# Ormond B
Strong (Cornell). Head Master. Greek.
Lath, a,ol English: Rev it p. Johnson
A. 31 (Princeton), lately of Hi Mat
thews Military Academy, History, Geog
raphy and Modern Languages! John
Steiger. A. 8., Mathematics and Chon,
Dtry. Oa. Telephone 131 L
ma iu soticsi.
City of Savannah. 'Jg-.
om. e Clerk of Coun. II D*< 1. I®
Th follow mg ordinary *- r* publlahed
for the infot motion of all core eroad.
WILLIAM P. BAILEY
Clerk of Council.
An ordinal te to | trail the firing of fire,
crackers aral flretaorks during the l hrlst
max holiday* a* hereto p*ovld*d
Bn non 1. Be R ordained bv the M.yor
and Aklermen of th*- oily of Savannah tn
Council assembled, Thai tne flrlng of Ore
cracker* and nrework* I* hereby permit
ted In the rlty of Savannah on Liberty
street and smith nl Lihetiy street <e*. ept
on Bull street north of Ihe imrade ground)
f/oni I" -I lo Jan 1 both Inclusive, and
th*- ordinance heretofore passed on this
subject |s mended accordingly. E' P
aa herein provided, flrlrig of ffresrorks
and nr* , ra kers In the city of Suvanmh
h forbidden under |nallles of egtating
Sec i That th# hrtn* of llrecracker* or
firework* In. from or Into Forsyth Park
is hare by forUddan under the said penal
Bee. S That at! orllnan cs and parts or
ordinance* In conflict with tbio ordinance
ore hereby repealed
Ordinance paarwd Dec 15. IW*.
An ordinance io permit bonfires In the
lerk Extension or parade ground during
the Chrlstmae holidays.
Sc-tlon 1 Be If ordained hy th* Mayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah. In
Council .*-emitted. That the building of
bonfires In th<- Bark Extension or para l#
ground, from Dec. J 4 lo Jan. 1. both In
clusive. Is hereby allowed.
Sc !. That *ll ordinance* and parte of
ordlnanees In conflict wllh this ordinance
are hereby repealed
Ordinance passed Dec 15. I**7.
uHRF.N't aroTrtt whisky.
Thl* celebrated famous old tolled
Highland Whisky Is Imported direct
from the distillery hy us
This Ureer Scotch Whisky Is
guaranteed to he bottled abroad
end I* consigned lo us from Hlat
gow. Scotland, and Is in bond In
the rnlletl States Custom House In
Thle grand old Greer Scotch
M hlsky Is beautifully mellow and
mild to a degree end Is soft to the
pal., teas one could possibly wish,
and there la a nuttlness about II
that la especially pleaaing.
We are glad to let the public pur
chase as small quantity as they
wleh. even one bottle, for the pur
pose of Introducing the best brand
of Scotch whisky extant
Llppman s Block.
Sole Agents for th# Greer Dlsttl
lerlee. Glasgow. Scotland, and Dub
lin. Ireland, for their Scotch and
Irish Whlskloa I
A LAKTIAti BEMEMBH AXfU FOR
A HOLIUAI GIFT.
tlolid Gold Bpctacl# D0
Hoi Id Gold Eyglas
Gold Fill#.! p#*'taci* 5 30
Gold Flll#d Eygla *
Aluminum ByegU#* *>**
Aluminum Spot tael#
Th# abov# prlros Include th#
very h*et lens#* mad*. Th# par
ty who r#rlv#s them <an hav#
their eye* examined and glass#*
changed to suit within ona year
Free of Charge.
nn. XI. SCHWAB A BOX.
47 Rail Street.
AAF ItAVK THE FINEST
line of Box Paper, Perfumery. Pocket
books. Lap Tablets, Scissors and Scis
sors Bets. Manicure Sets, Ladles' and
Gents’ Dressing Cases ever shown In
Please call early and leave your or
ders for HUYLER'B CANDIES. In
baskets, boxes and packages.
II I. All* OF HOvtl HO It.IS NMI
lias It ever oc urred to you that nearly
one-hall your life I* spent Inbed? The
mu tress I* the mot abused article of
furniture, and should be well made and
of good. Clean material. K should be pick
ed nnd cleansed at least once each thr a
veara. We make new one# to ortler, and
have Improve.l machinery to cleans# and
pick old one*. Our mechanical work, line
of tickings and materia! for filling flrst
clsas Medicated Steam Renovation of
Feather#. Hair etc.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND
Dell Phone UM Ml Drayton.
The finest line of Mantel*. Tiling and
Grate* In the city Price# rock bottom
Save money by seeing our goods before
SAVANNAH BI'ILDINO SUPPLY CO..
Corner Cangrraa and Drayton.
THE WAY TO ALLAN CARPET*.
The only way o get your carpet* prop
erly taken up. cMened and taken car* of
for the summer, la to turn the )ob over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2, or call at M Montgomery
street, and they will make you an esti
mate on the coat of the work. Price*
reasonable They also pack, move and
store furniture and piano*.
C H MED LOCK. Supt end Mgr
The largest grower of Cut Flow
. er, ami My Flower# are the Fin
est Grown. Strong talk, but the
proof t# easy—send me your order
Grower of Fine Cut Flower*.
Ok! Family Oloroso, Spain. Burgun
dies. Port. Old Tewney, Old Taregono.
Old Tom Gin, Old Holland Gin. French
Cognac, Vintage UK,. Rhine Wine. Clar
et*. quarts end pint* AU Imported
Wucrxburger Hof nraeu Beer on draught
and bottles. GEORGE BECKMANN.
Phone 710 ID-114 Wnltaker St.
City of Savannah. Office Director of
Public Works. Savannah. Oa Dec. 37.
iwn —Bid# will be received at Ihla ofltre
until Monday. Dec. U. 1* at 12 o'clock
noon, city time, for furnishing feed a*
follow*: No. I Timothy hay. per !(*
pound*! best quality feed bran, per 140
pound* heat quality ••bin. per bushel
I wet quality mixed oats. To be weighed
at rh,' city lot. Envelopes to lie marked
"Bid* for Feed." The city reserves the
right to reject any or all bid* Bids to be
opened In the presence of bidders.
GKO. M. LUkUBDEN- Director
As Good as Currency
Tells the Whole Story.
LEE ROY MYERS A: CO.
It is with extreme pleasure that I am able to an
nounce that I have secured the exclusive agency for Sa
vannah and vicinity of the product of the LOCOMO
BILE COMPANY OF AMERICA, the largest manufac
turers of motor vehicles in the country.
Mr. C. A. Benjamin, special representative of the
above company, will be at my store for a fews days, be
tween 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., and will be [leased to explain
to all the general excellence and practicability of the Lo
comobile. Mr. Benjamin is accompanied by Mr. Wm. H.
Birdsall. one of the most expert operators of automobiles
in the country (late of the New York Fire Department),
who will be pleased to give all interested a ride.
Call and make an appointment.
Catalogue on application.
R. V. CONNER AT
.34d-348 Bull Street.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
I! Congress Street, West.
PROPOSALS VA ANTED.
"City of Savannah. Office Director of
Public Works, Savannah. Ga . Dec. 37.
ISO!-Sealed pio|to-..'s will be re elved at
this office until Monday Dec. 31, uws at
12 o'clock noon city time, to furnish the
city o( Savannah with supplies until Jan.
31. l*i,l. All pro:,osill- must he made on
official forms, which can lie secured it
this office on and wfter this .late En
velopes to be market! ‘‘Proposals for Sup
plies." The city reserves the right to in
ject any or all hi,ls. lllds to lie opened In
the p react!ce of bidders
ODD. M GADSDEN Din ;or
We are now giving special attention to
house |uln ting, kalaomlnlng and paper
hanging, etc. With a corps of only flrst
ciats workmen and a competent super-
Intednent we cwn do your work promptly
and sattsfaceorlly. Get our eetimat* on
anything In house decorating tin* and
ANDREW HANLEY CO.
BOND* EAEC VIED.
By the American Bonding and Trust
Company of Baltimore. hi ar* author
ized to execute locally (Immediately upa,
application, all bond* In judicial pro
ceeding" In either the atat* or United
States Courts, and of administrators and
BEARING A HULL Agents.
Telephone 334. Provident Building.
No. I*4o. Chartered 1141
Hit Mill It
CAPITAL. EtOJ.iagt SURPLUS 3140.000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
J. A. Q CARSON. President
BEIP.NE GORDON. Vice President.
W M DAVANT. Cashier,
Accounts of banks and bankers, mer
chants and corporations received
th# most favorsb'# terms consistent with
safe and conservative banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BULDINO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
IS YORK STREET. WEST.
5 PER CENT per annum allowed on
deposits, withdrawable on demand,
interest credited quarterly.
6PEK CENT, per annum showed on
deposits of even hundreds, withdraw
able at annual periods.
GEO W. TIKDEMAN. President
B. H LEVY. Vie* President
T. W. BELL. Secretary.
C. G ANDERSON. JR . Treasurer
OI.D NEWSPAPERS. 300 for 35 cent* at
BualbUS Office Morning News.
I pn one stock ilnrlng the week
past tins Hern fully met by sen
shipments. We ure nhle to offer
a Itcnu l lful lot of j presentation
Nil* eru a re. Ten Sets. Snlnal Sets,
Pltrhrrs. nail other pieces for
household use. Oar stock ol
Diamond Jewelry is beyond com
petition. I'enrl llronchc*. Sleeve
tint tons and Silver Noteltire In
■ rent variety.
After Breakfast Try a
Contentment in It.
in I wm Piste.
For sale, a Forsalth Newspaper Fold, r;
will fold aheet 37*42 It la in good order
price LOO. It cost originally 11.100, but
w* have no ua* for It and want tha room
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to any
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
J|L Perfect Feet.
Ctv} No Corns,
\nr\ are the results
) < wearing our
m Foot Form
I 1 Broad Soles,
1,1 and plenty of
oyLidrw room in the
These shoes are design
ed especially for men look
ing for comlort and ease.
Lace or Congress.
$2 to $5
THE CHATHAM BANK,
LEOPOLD ADLER, President,
C. B ELLIS, Vice President.
JNO R DILLON, ( ashler.
HAKRtIN CARTER. Asst, ('ashlar.
Solicits the a, counts of Individuals,
firms banks, association* and corpora
Liberal favors c*tended to correspond
n.c tMpk a* our unaurpasacd facilities
foi ollcctirg insure prompt returns.
MVS AND BELLI FOREIGN EN
HANCE WRITER LETTERS OF
CREDIT AND 188 FEB HANK MONEY
ORDERS PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF El ROPE
''■ ’ ■ ~(, p- r .-I •! : I-" • • nr ,V
• ■ ■ SAVINGS P.EPA RTMDNT
Safety Dcpoelt Boxes and Vaults for
The Citizens Bank
Trnnsarls a liesersl Hanking
Solicits Acconafa of In,illldnal,.
Merchants, Hanks and other Corps,
Collections bandied with safety,
economy and dispatch
Interest, compounded quarterly,
allowed on dcpoalia In oar (tarings
kafrty Dcposll Host sand Storage
H DTIKY 4. DENMARK, President.
M11.1.k It I. t YE, V ice President.
fIRONOB C. FREEMAN, Cashier.
GORDON 1., I.HOOVER. Aaat. Cashier.
ol die* nun’ ui Ueoifut.
bu.-piujo and undivided |>roAts
DEPOSITORY OK THE BTATE OF
R'.pcnor facilities for tran**rtl„g a
General lii.nkmg Ruslnest.
Collection* made on ail points
1 aslbie ihruugh bank" and banker*.
A count* of Ranks, Banker, Merchant"
a,*i other* solicited, bate Deposit Bo**"
Department of Saving!, interest payable
Sr M B erllt g Exchange on London I
JOHN FLANNERY. President.
H'ihaek a, crane, Vice President
JAMES STTLI.IVAN. Cashier.
JNO FLANNERY WM W GORDON
E A WEIL W W. GORDON. Jr.
H A ORANE JOHN M EOAN
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FKRST
H P SMART OIIARLEB ELLIS
EDWARD KELI.T JOHN J KIRRY
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profit# BMW
Thla bank offer* t. service* f 'OTp,ra
tion" merchants and Individual*.
Ha" authority to act a* executor, ad
ministrator. guardian, etc.
leuc" draft* on the principal clilea In
Great Britain and Ireland and on th*
Interest paid or compounded qwar'erly
on d*|K>"" In th* Saving* Department.
Safely ! M,xe* for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
GEO W TIEDEMAN. Vice PreMent
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier
WALTER F. HOGAN. A*'t Car hi*'.
Aceount* of bank*, merchant*, corpor*
tlon* and Indlvlduala solicited
Savings Departuient. Interest paid quar
Safety Boxes and Storage Vault* B
collection* made on all point* at •*
Drafts sold on all th* chief cities of lb*
JuSLPH D. W LED. president.
JOHN C. ROWLAND, vice Preeldent
W. F McCAI’LKY. Cashier.
JL.. ..J. ' ” ~
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