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FITZGERALD SET THE PACE.
Encournaed bj It Success, Other
Colonies 4re Sprlngtn* lP-
Fitzgerald, Ga., Dec. 10.—'The new
colony which is being opened by P. H.
Fitzgerald on the St. Mary's river, on
the southern boundary of the state, is
attracting attention, and there will be
a rush for the colony as soon as the
survey is commenced.
Besides the thousands of Northern
people who will follow Mr. Fitzgerald
to this new Mecca in the South, nearly
every little eitv in the state will add
its quota to the population.
Fitzgerald s remarkable progress and
the prosperity and contentment of its
people have given an impetus to the
colonization movement, and not less
than a half dozen smaller colonies
have been located in different parts of
the state since the founding of Fitz
gerald, less than ten years ago.
DRESSED AND ROUGH.
YELLOW PINE.WHITE PINE. OAK,
ASH AND CYPRESS.
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
A. S. BACON
Office: Bryan and Whitaker St,
Factory: Latlirop avenue and O. S. S,
"A BALD HEAD” IS A DETRl
ment to your future in many ways;
cease to squander money on mysterious
nostrums that promise wonders—if.
With us no ifs, no maybe; it is sure,
it is positive, it is an absolute elimina
tion of baldness, and with it comes
back the natural youthful looks; our
catalogue tells you all about it; it is
free; send for it notv. America's
Cheapest Hair Cos., Savannah, Ga.
OIL HEATERS, WOOD HEATERS,
hot stuff, wood and coal stoves; cast
iron ranges, steel ranges, very cheap;
cash or credit; will take your old stove
in exchange; all kinds of repairing well
done by one of the best stove mechan
ics in the South; a complete line of
the best of kitchen furniture. Savan
nah Stove Company, corner Barnard
and State; Georgia ’phone 2853; Bel!
ONE-POUND BOX FINE ASSORT
ed candles or chocolates, 25c, at Het
terich’s. 110 State street, west.
DANIEL A. HOLLAND REPAIRS
baby carriages so that they are the
same as new. See him on Whitaker,
GREEN, THE EXPERT VULCAN-
Izer, sells the best tire on the market
for $3. Sundries at lowest prices. 324
West Broad. Both ’phones.
FREE! FREE! YOUR FORTUNE
told; what I tell comes true; send 10
cents and birthdate. Dr. Best, 34,
Drawer 665, Chicago.
K. FINBERG, 18 BROUGHTON,
east, has signet rings. necklaces,
brooches, stickpins, suitable for Xmas
“RATTLE DRUMS, 50 CENTS. AT
Miller's; ‘‘U’’ want one of these; fancy
rattan rockers for the children; come
and see what we’ve got. 207 Brough
FOR STORING, PACKING] 'SHIP
plng and moving your household goods
and cleaning and relaying carpets;
general dr’ayage a specialty. See Ben
ton Transfer Cos., corner Broughton
and Montgomery streets; both ’phones
TO MY FRIENDS: 1 TAKE
pleasure In informing you that I no
longer am with Savannah Stove Com
pany, but with D. N. Thomason, 139
Jefferson, where I will be pleased to
serve you. Mr. Thomason makes a
specialty of repairing or exchanging
anything in the stove line. Best prices
for old stoves in exchange for new.
Nice stock Just received. J. N. Sweat.
YOU HAVE FITS, AND SO DO I;
but my fits consist of fitting shoes to
horses; a combination of first-class ma
terial, good workmanship and personal
supervision will in every instance give
three kinds of satisfaction; first, to the
pocketbook of the owner; second, to
the horse, on account of the fit; third,
to me, as I get the money; easy to try
me. Monahan, horeshoer and fitter.
GOOD REPAIR - WORK COUNTS;
we do It at cut rates. Williams Bi
KAFFIR, NATURAL AND COLOR
ed reeds, all numbers, at Gardner’s,
18 Broughton street, east.
MERCHANTS, MILLINERS AND
ribbon dealers, If you sell ribbon you
are losing money unless you try my
ribbon; the latest ribbon at the low
est price of any ribbon house in
America; send for samples. M. A.
Stokes, Savannah, Ga.
6. 6. PENTON, DEALER IN AT.T,
kinds of sewing machines, has moved to
142 Jefferson and York lane.
' THE BEST WAY TO A MAN'3
heart is through his stomach; good,
pure food insures happiness. Rundbaken
can give you happiness and health;
'phones, Bell and Georgia; at 223
Broughton, west; call,
BUY TRAVELING GOODS WHERE
they are made; the Chatham Trunk
Factory make and guarantees their
baggage to wear. Broughton and Ab
A FOUNTAIN PEN MAKES A DE
sirable present; we sell the famous
"A. A." pens from *2 to *10; Just the
thing to give a man. J. & C. N. Thom
as. Whitaker and State.
A.CANEVET, FRENCH BHOEMAK
er, 309 Broughton, west; the cheapest
place in town to buy shoes, because
his rent is low, and he pays cash for
his goods; the public gets the benefit
I’LL BE GLAD TO SHOW MY
friends the beautiful things In this
immense Jewelry store, and give them
very close prices. E. W. Sylvan, with
Sn rni,erg it Cos., Broughton street.
GOOSE FEATHERS i
will renovate moss and cotton mat
tresses at *1.60 apiece; new mattresses
made to order at right prices; imme
diate attention given to all orders and
work guaranteed. J. R. Dooner, *3l
Drayton; Bell ‘phone 11M; Georgia
“JOHNNY ON THE BPOT;‘‘ THAT
means the "New Home" sewing ma
chine; Its always ready, A. J. Purs
ley, agent, 118 Whitaker, corner State
AUK TOUR NEIGHBORS IF THE
Ignlio mantles are not the greatest
convenience they ever had in their
loines, call under the M a scale Temple
and examine them.
OLD NLWHI'APERM, |OO FOR II
M Business Dfeve, Merging
WE DESIRE TO LEARN THE
whereabouts of John Stroker who was
last heard of in Savannah in 1874, and
was then in the service of a merchant
vessel sailing from Havre to Savannah.
There is a considerable legacy await
ing him upon the proper proof of
identity. Cann & Barrow, attorneys at
law, 16 Bryan street, east. Savannah,
’PHONE US WHEN YOU GET A
puncture; 10 cents is our price. Wil
liams Bicycle Cos.
‘ XMAS PRESENTS AT REDUCED
prices at Wllensky’s opening sale.
Watches, clocks, jewelry, diamonds,
umbrellas and everything that is usu
ally kept in a first-class jewelry store.
244 Broughton, west.
DANIEL - A. HOLLAND SELLS.
I repairs and rents bicycles of every
j kind. Plenty second-hand wheels,
good as new for sale.
SETTER PUPPIES, ONE FEMALE
Scotch terrier; Absynnian Guinea pigs,
at Gardner’s, 18 Broughton street,
STORE - YOUR~FURNITURE WITH
the Benton Transfer Cos., and get the
key to your storage room; both ’phones
2. corner Montgomery and Broughton
~~RIBBON! RIBBON! RIBBON!
Heavy, stiff taffeta, all silk ribbon, No.
40, 60 and SO at 10c per yard, all col
ors; satin ribbon, lc, 2%c, sc, 10c and
15c, all colors; can’t match it else
where for double the prices; if you
can’t call, write for samples to M. A.
Stokes' Ribbon Store, Savannah.
J. GARDNER AGENT, 18
Broughton street, east, for the Kim
ball anti-rheumatic ring.
TRUNKS? BAGS AND SUIT OASES
make the most desirable Christmas
gifts. Chatham Trunk Factory,
Broughton iind Abercorn.
1T IS A PLEASURE TO CALL AT
223 Broughton street, west, for here
you see the finest delicacies in Savan
nah; butter, cheese, cooked meats, sau
sages and imported table luxuries. A.
Rundbaken has wliat you want.
WE WILL INSURE YOU
against accident for one year for sl,-
000 for only 10c (silver). Ernst-Merkel
Company, 247 West One Hundred and
Twenty-fifth street, New York.
DANIEL A. HOLLAND REPAIRS
and rents Smith Premier typewriters.
If you wish to buy anew machine he
Is the agent. Whitaker, near York.
PEOPLE WHO USE - THE ''NEW
Home" sewing machine will tell you
that its “Johnny on the Spot.” A. J.
f’ursley, agent, 119 Whitaker, corner
LOCOMOTIVES AT MILLER’S
that children can ride In: also "the
Pioneer Flyer,” automobiles, tandems,
tricycles and velocipedes; all good
goods. 207 Broughton, west.
CHILDEN S - CLOTHES MADE TO
order; Peter Thompson’s and fancy
costumes at 220 State street, east;
call and see me.
WATCH CHARMS, WATCH FOBS,
link buttons, signet rings, shirt studs.
J. H. Koch, 46 Whitaker, Lyons’ block.
PUNCTURES REPAIRED FOR 10
cents. Williams Bicycle Cos., the cut
“ ’PHONE GEORGIA 1821 FOR THE
best light ever offered to the public
at 81.25: guaranteed for 3 months;
prompt attention to all orders; under
” I SELL, BUY, EXCHANGE, RB
pair or rebuild all kinds of sewing ma
chines; excelsior needles, oil and sup
plies. G. O. Penton.
MORPHINE, OPIUM, LAUDANUM
and cocaine habits cured permanently
at home of patient, without Inconveni
ence or detention from business; have
cured hundreds; complete treatment,
$lO. For full particulars write Dr.
Long Company, Box 1118, Atlanta, Ga.
FIVE-POUND BOXES FINE As
sorted candy, 75c, sl, and $1.50. at Het
terlch's 110 State street, west.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR LAT
est styles of fall and winter samples.
Fit and workmanship guaranteed.
Cleaning and dyeing neatly done, at
reasonable prices. A. Getz, Jefferson
KNAPPS EXPECTORANT IS A
household word; cures coughs when
everything else fails; at drug stores 25
and 50 cents. Manufactured by W. O.
Cubbedge, 111 Barnard street.
HAVING OVERHAULED MY
shop, equipping it-with the best ma
chines, tools and facilities for doing
first-class work, I am before the pub
lic for a share of Its patronage in
wheelwrighting, blacksmithlng, horse
shoeing. F. Chris Kramer, 310 St. Ju
CANARY BIRDS AND CAGES;
gold fish and globes; fish food; canary
and parrot seed, at Gardners’, 18
Broughton street, east.
GEM SAFETY - RAZORS, SILVER?
mounted shaving brushes and cups,
any man would appreciate such as a
present. J. & C. N. Thomas, Whitaker
CHRIST MAS IS COMING; WE
sell you pure old port wine, muscatel,
sherry, rhine wine at 60 cents bottle;
pure blackberry and chlanti wine, 65
cents; other imported wines and liq
uors, moderate price; macaroni, spag
hetti, olive oil, figs, nuts, raisins,
Georgia syrup, oat meal, buckwheat,
shredded wheat biscuit, etc.; give us
a call. Trapani, Barnard-State.
RING GEORGIA 1821 FOR MAN
ties to fit any burner; guaranteed for
three months by the only factory that
guarantee their goods; 100 to 300 candle
GREEN, THE EXPERT VULCAN-
Izer; bring your vulcanizing direct to
me, 324 West Broad; Jobs guaranteed
or money refunded. Georgia 'phono.
1834. Bell. 2130.
MAHOGANY SECRETARIES, 80-
fas, bureaus, chipimlale buffet, card
and work tables, china, and brass
pewter. 428 Congress street, west.
BOOKS, SCHOOL AND MLSCEL
laneous, bought and sold, at Gardners’
18 Broughton street, east.
DOLL CARTS AT 25 CENTS TO $lO
at Miller’s: doll beds, dolls. Santa
Claus, come and see us; wooden and
iron wagons. 207 Broughton, west.
“patronize" southern INDUS
try; If you need a farm or coupling
wagon, one or two horse wagon, or
wagon for draytng lumber, sand, brick,
see H. F. C. Feus; these wagons are
made South, from Southern lumber,
by Southern mechanics, and handled
by Southern railways; now, boys, help
the South and buy wagons of me; time
or cash; guaranteed twelve months.
612-520 Hull street, west; also Deer
ing inowci-H, riik'P and repairs.
er, agent for the celebrated B. & L.
shoes. $4; my price, $2.50; first-class
sample shoes always on hand for sale;
repairing done while you wait. 309
FOR SEWING MACHINES OF ALL
kinds and supplies, call at 142 Jeffer
son. needles, oil in bulk or bottle.
WHEN YOU WANT YOUR AUTO
moblle painted call on Kramer; he will
dojlt right. _
HOME-MADE BROKEN CANDY,
fresh-made every day, 10c a pound at
lletterlch's. 110 State street, west.
BRING YGUIt WA'P’II TO K KlN
berg. It Broughton, east; be repairs
satisfactorily, cheap, have you seen
Ms watches 7
MILLER’S FURNITURE - LADIES’
desks, rockers and other articles, make
very desirable presents; combination
desks end fancy rockers, odd pieces,
music cabinets. SO7 Broughton, west.
BEFORE BUYING YGt.'H MOLD
day gifts < all at Wltensby’s jewelry
i store, 244 Broughton, west. It'U oe to
I you r interest. ,
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1904.
Find*.' ns fully prepared, and our
stock is thoroughly complete. We
show many exclusive lines tills
A direct ImiKirtation from Aus
The Famous Teflitz Ware.
Fine French China
In sets and single pieces.
from France, Austria and Ger
Libbey’s Regal Cut Glass
ONLY SOLD HERE.
The new Stem Pieces from IJbbey.
STUDENT LAMPS In Old Brass.
And other rare and exclusive Gifts.
Come and see wliat we have,
Thos. West & Cos.,
Importers and Dealers.
any repairs on your boiler or machin
ery of any kind. Mingledorff & Cos.
STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES
make suitable Christmas presents; we
have the new things; let us show you.
J. H. Koch, 46 Whitaker, Lyons’ block.
LACE CURTAINS AND POR
tieres at Miller's; lovely rugs for pres
ents; nice mattings; come and see us;
Japanese fire screens and portieres. 207
- !■_!'" ...J
FREE! ABSOLUTELY FREE!
with every dozen cabinet photos a life
size water color or crayon (not a little
tinted cabinet photo), but the real
thing. Come and see my elegant stu
dio and the finest force of workmen in
this line. Everything new and up-to
date. Quality best, prices low. I still
lead the procession and you-should fall
in line and take advantage of this ex
ceptional holiday offer. Wilson’s Photo
Studio, 111 Whitaker street, rear of
Jackson & Gutman’s.
FREeTa LIFeTsIZE WATER COL
or. pastel, sepia or crayon portrait
with every dozen cabinets, and you
don’t have to buy a frame to get it;
it is free; see the new carbon platinos
in sepia and black, the daintiest pho
tographs ever made; compare the work
and prices of some of the self-pro
claimed leaders with ours before you
decide. Moore’s Studio, 107 Broughton,
west; Collat building.
NOTHING BETTER FOR A
Christmas gift than a portrait; not the
common kind, but the kind we make;
a fine water color given with each doz
en cabinet photographs for the holi
days. Launey Studio.
REMOVED~TO 348 BULL STREET,
near Jones, where we are prepared to
do first-class work of ail kind; special
prices on all class photographs for
Christmas. Silverstein’s popular price
and good work studio.
mercial stenographer has removed
from Provident building to 412 Ger
mania Bank building. Georgia ’phone
MADAME B. GORFAIN, FAMOUS
singer, formerly of the Metropolitan
Opera, New York, vocal and piano
teacher. Studio at 811 Lincoln street.
medicine of merit, the most popular
preparation for coughs and colds; at
drug stores 26 and 50 cents. Manufac
tured by W. O. Cubbedge, 111 Barnard
LADIES, WHEN IN NEED SEND
for free trial of our neverfailing rem
edy; relief quick and safe. Paris
Chemical Cos., Milwaukee, Wis.
THE KEELEY - INSTITUTE FOR
the cure of liquor, opium, morphine,
cocaine, tobacco and cigarette habits.
For information, address Keeley Insti
tute, 235 Capitol avenue, Atlanta, Ga.
WEAK MEN] OUR IMPROVE D
Vacuum Developer permanently cures
sexual weakness, varicocele, stricture,
enlarges shrunken organs sealed par
ticulars. Charles Manufacturing Cos.,
Charles building, Denver, Col.
WANTED, FOR TH EUS. MA
rine Corps, able-bodied men, between
21 and 35; good character; must speak,
read and write English; marines serve
at sea on men-of-war In all parts of
the world, on land in our island pos
sessions, and at naval stations in the
United States. Apply to Recruiting
Officer, U. S. Marine Corps, second
floor Custom House, Savannah, Ga., 9
a. m. to 5 p. m.
CAPABLE SALESMAN TO COVER
Georgia with staple line; high com
missions with advance of SIOO.OO
monthly; permanent position to right
man. Jess H. Smith Cos., Detroit,
RELIABLE PERSON, EACH Lo
cality for business position; salary
$20.00 weekly and expenses; expense
money advanced; position permanent;
previous experience unnecessary; busi
ness established. Address Mr. Cooper,
Como Block, Chicago.
SALESMEN. COLLECTORS, BOOK
keepers, stenographers, mechanical,
technical men, salesladies, housekeep
ers, and competent help In every line;
■end us your name; positions guaran
teed. National Employment Associa
tion, Century Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., pi
oneers In this line.
PERMANENT POSITION FOR SO
ber young man well recommended as
clerk In general store and helper In
watch repairing. John O. White,
WANTED. CIGAR SALESMEN IN
every section to introduce our goods;
experience unnecessary; good salary
and expenses paid. Emanuel Com
pany. Station J, New York city.
SALESMEN WANTED, BY AN
Eastern manufacturer, to handle a
line of high grade leather goods, as a
side Issue, for advertising; commission
only. Applicants must be active,
energetic and reliable, with best ref
erence and well experienced In this
class of work. Thosa handling litho
graphic and art calendars preferred.
Salesman, P. O. Box 1692, Philadelphia,
*125 PER WEEK AND TRAVELING
expenses paid salesmen to sell goods
| to grocery dealers, experience Ullliec
! essery. Purity Cos., Chicago.
*”WANTED, 6SKN TO HgSOTfer fHK
premium plan, an article that svery
lady needs, |l to 114 guaranteed small
Investment Chandler A Cos., s7s 0111-
Ml t'Mll sveuu* CdUuadßs
man of more than ordinary ability; a
man to sell a high-class proposition to
high-class, well-rated trade; advertis
ing specialty men given preference;
must be thoroughly experienced, of un
questionable integrity with record for
results; to such a man we will give
exclusive charge of territory with a
yearly contract, remuneration no ob
ject; we want results; references and
full particulars with first letter for In
terview; give permanent address; this
is not a get-rich scheme, but a per
manent legitimate business; goods are
sold on the "money back if not satis
fied plan;" quick action required. Ad
dress "Clean Salesman.” this paper,
WANTED, A “SOBER AND INTEL
ligent white man; one who is thor
oughly familiar with the loan business
and has a good following among the
colored people; good salary to the
right man; no "booze artists” or "cig
arette fiends" need apply. Kelsy, care
WANTED. A HARDWARE MAN.
Wanted, an experienced hardware
man, who can manage a business, buy
and sell goods. Must be thoroughly
competent. Good paying position for
the right man. Address “Hardware,”
£are of this paper.
WANTED, 2*5 LABORERS. APPLY
Monday morning at 7 o’clock, Mill-
WANTED, YOUNG MAN FOR
stock, and to assist in store. The Bee
Hive, 19 Broughton street, east.
WANTED, A COMPETENT MAN
to paint barrels. Apply at Holmes
Co.’s works, east of Southern Cotton
WANTED, MEAT CUTTER, 3
drivers, 8 sawmill hands, 1 pantry girl,
1 chambermaid, 6 general house girls,
1 man cook, 3 waiters, general help
for Florida, man to manage stable, boy
for drug store, 1 watchman. Wandall’s
209 Jefferson street.
WANTED, - A YOUNG COLORED
man to work in store and attend to a
horse. M. Wllensky, 28 Broughton,
WANTED, EXPERIENCED SPE?
cialty salesmen, capable of earning S2OO
Der month and expenses; men ac
quainted with general lines of trade
preferred; established manufacturer;
no scheme. Address 6, News office.
WANTED, HONEST. RELIABLE
young man, with some experience; also
a good watchmaker who has his own
tools and materials. Arthur Deutsch,
WANTED AT ONCE, FlßST
class saw filer and hammerer; must be
strictly sober; state wages. Address
P. O. Box No. 147, Balnbrldge, Ga.
WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS SAW
mill foreman. References required.
Crystal River Lumber Company,
Crystal River, Fla.
W ANTED] ENERGETIC, EDU?
cated men to represent us In the
South; commission or guaranteed sal
ary paid. Address Dodd, Mead &
Cos.. Atlanta, Ga.
GOOD' TINNERS AND CORNICE
men; wages, $3 day and transporta
tion. Address R. L. Moncrief, new
Court House, Valdosta, Ga.
ENERGETIC WORKERS EVERY
where to distribute circulars, sam
ples and advertising matter. Good pay.
No canvassing. Co-operative Adver
tislng Cos., New York.
WANTED, THREE TRAVELING
men for Georgia and adjoining states;
no canvassing; no books; staple line;
experience unnecessary; salary $75.00
month, expenses and commission.
Wltmer Cos., Bay City. Mich.
WANTED, RESPONSIBLE MAN
to manage an office and distributing
depot for large manufacturing con
cern; salary $1,500 per annum and
commissions; applicant must have
good references and $1,000; capital se
cure. Address, Supt. 323 West 12th
WANTED, - PERSON - TO~CALL ON
retail trade for manufacturing house;
local territory; salary $25 paid week
ly; expense money advanced; previous
experience unnecessary. American
House, Star building, Chicago.
$75 WEEKLY AND EXPENSES
easily made, writing life, health and
accident insurance; experience unnec
essary. Write Royal Fraternal Union,
St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED, EVERYWHERE, HUS
tlers to tack signs, distribute circulars,
samples, etc.; no canvassing: good
pay. Sun Advertising Bureau, Chi
‘ YOUNG MEN EVERYWHERE,
copy letters, home evenings. $9.50 week.
Send addressed envelope for particu
lars. Manager Dept. S 47, Box 1411,
WANTED, GOOD, INTELLIGENT
solicitor to sell dividend paying mining
stock; good salary and commission to
capable man; yearly contract; refer
ences. R. D. Robinson Company, Los
WANTED, SALESMEN FOR SPE
cialty line, season 1905; commission
of one man this year over $6,000; send
for particulars now. Barton-Parker
Manufacturing Company, Cedar Rap
“WANTED MEN EVERYWHERE;
good pay, to distribute circulars, adv.
matter, tack signs, etc; no canvass
ing. National Adv. Bureau, Chicago.
TRAVELING MAN TO SELL OUR
line of spring dress goods and white
goods to retail country stores; good
commission. Purnell Dale Mills, P. O.
Box 660, Philadelphia, Pa.
PERSON TO CALL On’reTAlL
trade; established business; $26 and
expenses paid weekly; expense money
advanced; position permanent; previ
ous experience not essential. Address
Trade Manager, 323 Dearborn, Chicago.
EXPERIENCED TRAVEL INO
salesmen; two exceptionally good posi
tions open for 1905 by large Cleveland
Jobbing house; salesmanship, energy
and business ability will make the po
sition permanent: general mercantile
trade; high commissions, with $35
weekly. W. S. Finley Cos.. 90 Prospect
street, Cleveland, O.
WE WANT THREE FIRST-CLASS
salesmen who can each earn $3,000 an
nually selling Weir’s white lead. D. T.
Weir White Lead Company, St. Louis,
~ WHY NOT TRAVEL WITH POCK
et sample only and make S2OO to S4OO
weekly, selling staple article requiring
no experience? E. L. Brown, Equitable
building, St. Louis, Mo.
SALESMEN] REAL ESTATE;
good opportunity for right men. For
full particulars, address F. C., Room
UM, No. 108 Fulton street, New York.
WE WILL MAKE YOU A PREB
-of SIOO, give you a splendid suit of
clothes every ninety days, enlarge your
picture free and pay you a salary of
SBS per month and all traveling ex
penses to take orders for the greatest
and most reliable portrait house In the
world: all this will be guaranteed. Ad
dress R. D. Martel, Dept. 611, Chicago,
PR E SID EN T ROOI K V E LT'S
election Insures an Increase In civil
service appointments; those intending
to take the next examination should
send to the Columbisn Correspondence
College, Washington, D. C., and se
cure Its free civil service announce
ment containing dates, salaries, places
for holding examinations and questions
recently used by the government.
WANTED. TEN MEN IN fCAUH
stst# to travel, tack eigne and die
| tribute samples and circulars of our
good* salary. $76 per month. $$ per
I day for expense# fCuhlman Company,
I Dept. D—W, Atlas Block, Chicago
ADLER'S STORE WANTS AT
once fifty extra salesladies for all de
partments In the house; experienced
helpers given first consideration; also
ten good boys for general store service.
youngTady can get posi
tlon with Ludden & Bates, Southern
Music House, if she can play the piano,
sight reading; assist In bookkeeping
and use typewriter; stenography not
A7 SETTLED WHITE WOMAN
for children and general housekeep
ing, with good references, may apply
for Immediate position, 1002 West
Broad, corner Waldburg street.
WANTED TWO SALESLADIES
for fancy goods and notions. The Bee
Hive, 19 Broughton street, east.
WANTED, AN EDUCATED LADY
to demonstrate an attractive proposi
tion; permanent work; liberal com
pensation. Address, A. C. M., care
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. TWO
rooms furnished on premises. Apply
756 Henry, east.
WANTEDj TWENTY MILES OUT
of this city, at elegant plantation
home, one good white cook; also a
white laundress; light work for fam
ily; good wages and transportation
paid. Also wanted situations for ste
nographer and bookkeeper who can
take dictation; good references. Want
ed, good white dining-room girl; only
those bringing references as to char
acter need apply. Y. W. C. A„ 129
Abercorn street. __
WANTED, COLORED SERVANT
for general housework. 115 York, west.
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE COL
ered woman to do house work; none
others need apply. 213 Broughton,
“WANTED, A GOOD COOK. APPLY
Mrs. Sipple, 217 Duffy street, west.
WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS COOK;
none but thoroughly reliable woman
need apply. 2211 Bull street.
SALESWOMEN; A WOMAN OF
good address who can furnish the best
of recommendation, can earn from $4
to $lO a day canvassing for a high
grade and very attractive corset line:
please do not reply unless you mean
business, can come well recommended
and want to earn large money; six
samples furnished free. Corset Com
pany, Rose street, Kalamazoo, Mich.
WOMEN TO SEW AT HOME, $9.00
per week; materials sent everywhere
free, steady work, plain sewing only.
Send addressed envelope for full par
ticulars. S. A. G. Du Pont, Philadel
WANTED, REFINED WELL
bred ladies to sell our fasteners; no
one but a true lady need answer; a
clean, wholesome proposition; wnjte
to-day to the Multi Fastener Compa
ny, Buffalo, N. Y.
ladiesThaving fancy worlc
to sell, embroideries, Battenberg and
drawnwork; also to do order work;
stamped envelope. Ladles’ Exchange,
34 Monroe, Chicago.
$20.00 AND EXPENSES PAID
each week to ladies as district mana
gers to distribute goods and make
collections, experience not necessary;
addressed envelope for reply. Wom
ans’ Department, 52 Dearborn, Chi
LADIES, $25 THOUSAND COPT
ing short letters home; material sent
free everywhere; send stamped ad
dressed envelope for copy of letter and
full particulars. Eastern Company,
817 Heed building, Philadelphia, Pa.
LADIES WANTED EVERYWHERE
copying letters at home, evenings or
spare time, and return to us. No mail
ing or canvassing, $9.00 weekly earned,
materials free. Enclose self-addressed
envelope for particulars. Guarantee
Company, No. S 47, Ninth street, Phil
LADIES, TO DO PIECEWORK AT
their homes; we furnish all materials
and pay from $7 to sl2 weekly. Send
stamped envelope to Royal Cos., 34 E.
Monroe street, Chicago.
WANTED, TWO GOOD HUSTLING
agents, two energetic assistant superin
tendents; good salaries to the right par
ties. Apply at No. 16, Southern Bank
AGENTS, $75 PER MONTH AND
expenses to sell advertising signs to
merchants and manufacturers. St.
Louis Sign Cos„ St. Louis, Mo.
GENERAL AGENTS, S2O TO SSO
weekly; every business man buys new
vest pocket invention; $3; big holiday
business. Standard Cos., Spltzer, To
HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW LINE
of ‘aluminum novelties; agents find
they sell the best; are you looking for
a line of goods that will sell? Send
for my catalogue and prices; for 25
cents I will send a ladles’ dressing
comb with your name hand engraved
upon it; gents pocket comb for 15 cents;
send at once. B. M. Cole, Middletown,
NEW YORK ART EMBROIDERY
firm wishes hustling salesman on com
mission, in Savannah. Partridge &
Wilcox, No. 251 Church street, New
DIAMONDS ON CREDIT. SEE J.
F. Mills, agent for Loftls Bros.’ Easy
Installment Plan, 409 Liberty, west.
“AGBNTS7 $75" MONTHLY; METAL
combination rolling pin; nine articles
combined; lightning seller; sample
free. Forshee Company, B. 364, Cin
WANTED ENERGETIC AGENTS
as branch office iTanagera tu handle
agents; also soap creu managers for
road; S2OO. Parker Chemical Com
agents Tread IN DARK. NAME
plates, signs, numbers. 200 per cent
profit; samples free. Wright Supply
Company, Englewood, 111.
WANTED, AN ACTIVE ENER
getlc agent to sell our soaps, per
fume, etc.; 100 per cent, cash profit.
Write to-day for full particulars and
free sample. James A. Simmons, Aus
tin Station, Chicago.
DON’T ACCEPT AN AGENCY UN
tll you get my free samples and big
offer. Sayman, 2167 Franklin avenue,
St. Louis, Mo.
AGENTS MAKE $5 TO $lO DAILY
selling our dollar assortment for 35
cents; sample box, express prepaid, 35
cents; branch office and crew mana
gers wanted. Davis Soaps, 356 Dear
born street, Chicago.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL KEN
tucky whiskies direct from the distil
lery to the consumer; commission of
60c per gallon paid. Address R. M.
Dee fc Cos„ Carrollton. Ky.
LIVE AGENTS FOR THE LADIES’
Handy Hat Fasteners; sample pair and
terms 25c, postpaid; money back If not
an tlulled. The Rosa Cos., Atlanta, Qa.
THB MAIL ORDER UNION, THE
most systematic organisation of Its
kind In the United State*; wants
agents throughout the country; we fit
you for an extensive business on a cap
ital of $6. The Mall Order Union, 420
South Broad street, Philadelphia.
WANTED. POSITION IIY AN Ex
perienced, ell round dry goods man.
Lest of references as to ability, honesty,
etc. Address W., care Morning News.
EXPERIENCED rot''NO LADT
desites Ut see with well-known dress
maker. & L, care Neva.
PRINTER, A RELIABLE, COMPE
tent, sober and up-to-date foreman,
ad man and job printer wants per
manent position; 17 years experience;
age 28, married; recommendations
from editors and business men. Ad
dreaa, “X. Y.’’ Box 197 Titusville, Fla.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY
stenographer desires position, perma
nent or temporary. R. V. M., care
$2,000 CASH TO INVEST AND
services; employment desired where
the work of a high grade man, active,
practical, business-getter, resourceful
and of absolute Integrity, may be
needed. Address Steady Progress, care
E. F. Fegeas, lawyer, 116 Bull street.
YOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION
as clerk in general merchandise store;
can give good reference; several years'
experience; willing to work. Address
Leon, care News.
HAVE HAD SEVEN YEARS Ex
perience as clerk in general merchan
dise, desires position with some large
retail business of Savannah; can give
all reference you want. Address
Clerk, care Morning News.
AN ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN, 18
years of age, desires position as office
assistant; has had experience and can
come well recommended. Address P.
O. Box 143.
BOOKKEEPER OF FIVE YEARS’
experience, can do anything in an of
fice, from retail grocery to railroad
work; best references; small salary.
Quick, care News office.
WANTED, POSmON BY EXN
perienced hardware clerk. Best ref
erence furnished. D. N. Disbennett,
A YOUNG GIRL WANTS EM
ployment as housegirl. 22 Taylor
YOUNG MAN WANTS "POSITION;
good reference and willing to work.
Address, J., this office.
WANTED, SITUATION AS BAND,
resaw or circular filer; also to keep in
order any other tools of a first-class
wood-working plant. R. C. Reid, No.
448 Smith avenue, Thomasville, Ga.
YOUNG MAN, WITH THREE
years’ experience In insurance and
cotton business as stenographer and
office work; can furnish good refer
ences from former employer. Will
ing care News.
IF ANY LADY WANTS A GOOD
washerwoman, call at 264 Randolph
WANTED, A LARGE FURNISHED
room, southern exposure, second floor,
between Barnard and Abercorn
streets and Oglethorpe avenue and
Gaston streets. Address Norman, this
WANTED, ROOMS. TWO OR
three rooms, furnished complete, for
light housekeeping in desirable local
ity. Address Box 8, care News.
WANTED, TWO “FURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping; will
furnish stoves, utensils and dishes;
must be reasonable; state price and
location. Y. Z., care News.
WANTED," BY YOUNG COUPLE,
no children, two or three furnished
rooms fcr light housekeeping. Address,
with terms, P. O. Box No. 321, city.
A YOUNG LADY DESIRES BOARD,
private family preferred; central loca
tlon; state terms. Address M., News.
WANTED, TWO" ROOMS AND
board for gentleman and two ladies;
private family preferred. W. F. 8.,
room 4, Merchants’ National Bank
most perfect syrup product ever se
cured from sugar cane, obtained
through new methods of handling
which results in a syrup “like honey,”
both in general appearance and dens
ity, but much pleasanter to the taste.
Mr. D. G. Purse, president of Inter
state Sugar Cane Growers Association,
in a personal letter, states the follow
ing: "You have made a wonderful
success In vour manufacture. Never
tasted better syrup.” This is not the
cheap product, is absolutely free of
any adulteration and so far ahead of
other productions In quality it is cheap
at our price. We will deliver any
where within 500 miles any order for 2
cases of more, 6 gallons each, at $3.50
the case In gallons, or $3.75 on halves.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Sample will be sent on re
ceipt of 10 cents (it costs us 15 cents
for every sample mailed.) If you want
the best cane syrup on earth try this;
money back if not satisfied. Reference
Jefferson County State Bank. H. A.
Barrows, Montlcello. Fla.
WANTED, A~“ GOOD SECOND -
hand wheel for small boy; must be in
good condition. Address Box 23, care
“HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for scrap iron and steel, metals,
bones, and rubber. F. W. Storer &
stoves and household goods bought for
cash. Bourquln, 113 Barnard street.
WANTED, 20 ACRES OP LAND,
cleared or uncleared. Address Land,
WANTED OLD COINS AND
stamps; $5.75 paid for 1853 quarters;
large amounts for others; Full particu
lars free. Address A. M. Zeno Supply
Cos., Joplin, Mo.
WANTED, HICKORY, DOGWOOD,
ash. persimmon and holly logs. James
Cockshott, Charleston. S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN.
city property in amounts to suit; one
to five years; prompt attention given
to all applications. Chas. F. Fulton.
MONEY! IF YOU NEED IT OAT.f"
or write and I will get it for you at
once, at legal charges, and without the
least trouble, or Inconvenience to you
on your furniture, piano, horse, hack
or other securities, without removing
the same from your house; you can re
new or reduce the ioan. E. Muhlberg
225 Congress, west; Georgia ’phone
MONEY TO LOAIToN CITY IM
proved property In any amount; rents
collected; real estate bought and sold
by I. D, Laßoche, 21 Bay street, east.
TO ADULTS. DELIGHTFUL SOUTH
rooms furnished; rented singly or as
flat; board in same block If deelred
108 Gaston, east.
DELIGHTFUL ROOMB. NICELY
furnished; gas. bath, telephone; all
conveniences; light housekeeping. 804
Oglethorpe avenue, west,
FOR RENT,“two “large UN
furnlshed room* with large closets;
southern exposure. 206 East Congress
K‘Jlt RENT. THREE ROOM 14 UN
furnlshed with use of bath on same
floor and both 'phones. 110 Taylor
ed rooms, singly or together; use of
bath and gas, ut 424 Whitaker, ap
ply at same, rales, etc,
TWO El UNI HIED ItOoMH I’IIUAP
for housekeeping; also flat, with gua,
bath and ‘phone; rent low. 212 Whita
ker street, near Oglethorpe avenua
NICELY Et'HNUHIKD ROOMS. lit
too bnm tAU-rvi mpm'l
It'* &KUUfrnron Si,\u
Black and Tan Kid Suede,
Snake Skin and Felt, Kid and
Chamois lined, variety of orna
$1.25 to $3.00
WANTED, TWO GENTLEMEN OR
a couple without children, in a lovely
southern room. 109 Liberty, west.
DESIRABLE, NICELY FURNISH
ed rooms for gentlemen; hot and cold
bath; new fixtures in bath room. No.
31 .Tones street, east.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for gentlemen; home comforts; also
front basement suitable for doctor’s
or lawyer's office. 21 York, east, op
posite Court House.
BEAUTIFUL LARGE FRONT
room; southern and eastern exposure;
all conveniences; (gentlemen only);
also large front room, parlor floor;
furnished or unfurnished. Corner
Perry and Abercorn.
ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM AND
a small room; Hath and water on same
floor. 124 Houston street.
BACK PARLOR, OPENING ON TO
side porch, furnished, with use of bath;
desirable room for two gentlemen.
References exchanged. 294 Thirty
eighth street, east.
FOR RENT,"LARGE FURNISHED
room; bath, hot and cold water; tele
phone; no children; two blocks from
the De Soto Hotel; to gentleman
only. Address V. H., care News.
for light housekeeping, or two young
men; all conveniences; references ex
changod. Apply No. 205 Perry, west.
LARGE WELL FURNISHED
room for couple or _ gentleman; also
small room for man,' same floor with
bath; instantaneous heater. 14 Lib
"for RENT. TWO SOUTH ROOMS
unfurnished with use of bath; adults
only. Apply 811 Lincoln street.
FOR RENT, NICELY FURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping, delight
fully located, with southern exposure.
2205 Bull street: Bell ’phone 733.
FOR RENT, ONE NICELY ,FUR
nlshed south room; also small south
room, suitable for 2 gentlemen or light
housekeeping; gas; hot water and
’phone. 112 West Oglethorpe avenue.
FOR RENT, UPPER FLAT 307 LlB
erty street, east; five rooms and use of
bath; $l4 per month. Chas. F. Ful
“FOR RENT, FLAT CONSISTING
of five rooms and private bath, 413
Abercorn street, neter Jones; $lO per
month. Chas. F. Fulton.
FLATS,THREE AND FOUR ROOMS]
suitable for small families; Macon
street, east, between Habersham and
Price, $8 and $lO. N. P. Corish.
FLAT FOUR ROOMS AND BATH
418 and 420 Charlton street, east, cheap.
N. P. Corish, 10 State street, west.
A FLAT OF LARGE ROOMS, WITH
wide piazzas, instantaneous heater,
with or without furniture. Apply 120
East Bolton street.
TWO MODERN FLATS; ALL CON
veniences; location central and de
sirable. Apply 27 East Jones.
FOR RENT. TWO FLATS, 115 GOR
don street, west; also store, corner Hull
and West Broad. Apply over store.
FOR RENT. A~COMFORTABLB
flat of four rooms and Math, 88 Hous
ton street; $9 per month. Apply 2308
FLAT OF THREE ROOMS TO
rent; furnished or unfurnished. No.
321 Tattnall street, corner Harris street.
FOR RENT, FOUR-ROOM PAR
lor flat, with private bath; also large
room, furnished or unfurnished, sec
ond floor. Inquire at 235 Jefferson,
FOR RENT, AN IDEAL FLAT,
second floor, large piazza, front and
side; all moderate conveniences. Ap
ply W. H. Mitchell, 501 Forty-second,
A FLAT OF ROOMS TO RENT. 9
East Dufty street.
“FOR RENT. 211 WEST BOLTON;
choice parlor flat. Apply on premises.
SOUTHEAST CORNER ABER*-
corn and Charlton street lane; four
rooms and bath; sl6. G. A. Mercer,_Jr.
“IMMEDIATE POSSESSION: SOT
Hall, east, $11.25; 519 Broughton, east,
sl2; 116 Liberty, west, sl3; 308 Price,
220 Liberty, west, sls each. Youmans
& Demmond. 6 Brayn, east.
FOR RENT, DELIGHTFUL FLAT
of four_rooms jit 420 Huntingdon, east.
FOR RENT, CONVENIENT LOW
er flat. Apply 421 Anderson, east.
" COUPLE OR SMALL FAMILY CAN
secure comfortable, newly papered par
lor flat, with four connecting rooms
and in fine neighborhood. 1003 Aber
FOR RENT, FLAT ON FIRST
floor; also nicely furnished south
room. 124 Past Oglethorpe avenue.
FLAT OK ROOMS NiIItTIIKAST
corner of Whitaker and Hull; nice lo
cution; $15.00 per month. W. J. Mls
A FLAT OFFIVE ROOMS, BATH
and hall. 404 State street, east.
FOR RENT, PARLOR FLOOR,
with private bath, at *l7 Liberty street,
east. Apply to J. F. Hrooks, IS
“FLAT OK FOUR RofMtMS ANf>
private bath to family without chil
dren. ttt Gordon, east
NICE PARLOR FLAT FOR R* NT
411 Attdsrsvn sir sol. saeL