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CONST ANTING-ALLAN Married,
at St. John's Chapel of the Cathedral
of the Immaculate Conception, Brook
lyn, N. Y„ on Nov. 1904, Robert
Paul Constantine to Adelaide Cather
O’DONOVAN—Died, at the Marine
Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.. yesterday,
Saturday, Dec. 10, Mr. John O'Dono
van of this city. His remains will be
brought on here (Savannah, Ga.) for
burial. Interment in Cathedral Ceme
tery. Interment and funeral will be
RANITZ—The relatives and friends
of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. H. Ranitz are
invited to attend the funeral of Freda,
their infant daughter, from southwest
corner of Farm and Indian streets at 4
o’clock this afternoon.
SAULS—The relatives and friends of
Mrs. Margaret Steckels and Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Sauls are invited to at
tend the funeral of the latter from her
late residence, Best and Montgomery
streets, this afternoon at 3 o’clock, in
terment Laurel Grove Cemetery.
Savannah Volunteer Guards,
Savannah. Ga., Dec. 10, 1904.
The regular monthly meeting of this
corps will be held on Monday, Dec.
12, 1904, at S:3O o’clock, p. m. Mat
ters of importance will be considered
and acted upon, and all classes of
members are urged and expected to
be present. By order of
MAJ. WM. B. STEPHENS,
Official. H. L. RICHMOND,
Ist Lieut, and Adjt.
The regular monthly meeting of the
above Society will be held at its hall,
corner Abercorp and Bryan streets,
to-day (Sunday) at 12:30 o'clock
v. m. The reports of several impor
tant committees will be read at this
meeting. A full attendance is earn
W. R. LEAKEN, President.
A. S. KENNICKELL, Rec. Sec.
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Fruit, Pound and Wine Cakes, and
Home Made Mince Meat Pies
210 Jefferson, 129 Liberty, east, and 710
Habersham; Bell 'phone 1686; Geor
gia 'phone 1742. Order
Mince Pies from now on if ordered a
WHITE PLUME CELERY.
ALL PORK SAUSAGE.
MY’ OWN LARD.
M. S. GARDNER.
411 Whitaker Street.
FULL SQUARE MEALS!
The> cost but 25 cents here. Res
tanrnnt Orders served at all hours.
•Inst drop in Hnd try.
42-44 BARNARD STREET.
I. M. Rosenfeld, manager of Rosen
feld's Orchestra, desires to inform the
public that his Orchestra can furnish
the best music for balls, parties. Ger
mans, afternoon teas and reception.
Address. I. M. ROSENFELD.
_l2 Jones street, east, Ga. 'phone 1267.
OYSTERS. OYSTERS. OYSTERS.
Oysters and the best of oysters!
served in every style and delivered to
any part of the city.
P. S.—Remember that you may or
der here anything that the market
affords. Regular breakfasts and sup
pers 35c. Corner Congress and Whit
I BUY LIFE INSURANCE
Policies and pay more for them than
the companies do.
Plays an important part
during Christmas holidays
and the other kind just
won’t do. To be on the
sure side send your work
II West Congrats Hi reel.
110 Meat Congress Mrrrl.
PHONO ggg, I|, 94.
Asa source of pleasure,
both to yourself and for
others, we suggest
SUPPLY THE TRADE
| ‘ // Bon Bons.
1 Your Christmas orders will now be booked and delivery made just
at the time designated.
Foreign and American Perfumes In Fancy and Artistic Packages.
Our Bull street store always open.
c“L SOLOMONS CO. H“.
Choicest Candies and Chocolates!
The rush is on. Sweets for
Southern Sweets are pouring
f out of Savannah. Day and
night f° rces at Conida’s exert-
ir nimr him v * n ß everv effort to meet the
N great demand. Christmas
packages now ready.
YOU WILL SAVE
TEN PER CENT,
by paying your bills on or be
fore the 15th Inst.
B. H. LEVY. BRO. A CO.
TO CAPTAINS, MASTERS, MATES
The latest New York, Boston, Phila
delphia and other dally newspapers;
weekly journals and monthly maga
zines; books and cheap literature;
letter and note paper, pens and Ink.
ESTILL’S NEWS DEPOT,
18 Bull street,
corner of Bryan street (near the U. S.
FIVE YOUNG LADIES
Can get employment at the
E. & W. LAUNDRY*,
712 Anderson street, west.
The Magnet That Attracts
AND HOLDS SPELLBOUND EVERYBODY.
A PERFECT WONDERLAND
OF HOLIDAY GIFTS.
Crowded every day with happy, delighted
patrons. Come join the joyous throng, bring the
children with you and make them happy too,
OUR STORE—OUR DISPLAY—OUR GOODS.
OUR PRICES—OUR BUSINESS.
A GRAND TRIUMPH
We could not enumerate, nor could you imagine
the hundreds of gift articles we have. Our stock
is the largest and best selected in the South.
SEE OUR WONDERFUL STOCK OF BOOKS
Gift Books. The New Books. Every book
w’orth while for young and old.
SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL EXHIBIT OF PICTURES
It will astonish you.
CALENDARS BY THE THOUSANDS.
For your accommodation our store will be open
from this date until Ten o’clock P.M.
MEET ME AT THE
CONNOR BOOK STORE
6 Stale St. East, next to Bull St.
THE RENDEZVOUS OF EVERYBODY.
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1904.
THE COMING OF CHRISTMAS
With the recurring question: What
shall I buy? is made easy by an In
spection of our stock. Never so com
plete as now. We suggest pur
chases of holiday gifts, that your
choice may be made before the con
fusion of the usual rush.
We will be open evenings.
THEUS & Cos.
LET ME MOVE IT.
I can do It properly If Its movable.
J. A. Rimes Transfer Cos., formerly
with C. H. Medlock, now at 117 Whita
ker street. Bell 'phone 307. G‘a. 'phone
108. 4 .. 4.1..,.
HOTEL BUSINESS FOR SALE.
For sale, 5-year lease and furnish
ings; 22 bedrooms; no competition.
Only hotel In Georgia where rooms are
occupied twice same night. Address
W. B. T.. Morning News office.
t GOOD “S
| This store was never better
I equipped for satisfactory bus- V
lness. Tt Is almost bulging B
I out with all the good and B
fancy things for the holidays. B
l NEW NETS IN THE SHELL
j NEW SHELLED NETS ft
' NEW FANCY RAISINS. B
NEW CURRANTS. B
JAMS AND PRESERVES. H
| H TYLER'S CHOCOLATE. B
It makes no difference IS
i where you trade you won’t B
I make better bargains than B
I those to be had at this store. fl
I We are always growing— B
growing better! If you trade V
here you’ll have all the ad- B
vantages of a store that Is B
i run on the principle that it ES
pays to please. High quality B
at low prices! B
A si.ir.. ~, Try— I
Electric Supply Cos.
SB-40 Drayton St. 309 BuU St.
Diamond Rings in solitaires.
Rings in emerald, ruby, sapphire,
pearl, turquoise and opal combina
Brooches in diamonds, pearls and
Gentlemen’s and Ladles’ Watches.
Lockets and Charms.
Cuff Buttons and Studs.
Scarf Pins In beautiful and odd de
Gent’s and Ladles* Signet Rings.
Fobs, Watch Chains.
Neck, Lorgnette and Bead Chains.
Hat Pins in gold and silver.
Genuine Tortoise Shell Back and
Pearl Opera Glasses.
Gent’s and Ladles’ Umbrellas.
Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets.
Silver Deposit Perfume Bottles.
Shaving Sets. Military Brushes.
Cigarette Cases. Match Boxes.
Sterling Silver Novelties.
Cut Glass and Clocks.
A look Is all we ask.
12 Broughton St., East. New Store.
Opposite Adler's. Bell phone 1167.
Christmas Candies ,
Fruit Cakes, Pound Cakes.
Place your order for Charlotte
Runae, lee Cream, etc., for Chrla
tnas dinner with ua. The Larg
est assortment of Fancy Goods,
Baskets, etc., ever shown in Sa
BELSINGER & GROSS,
For an Xmas Gift
THE DAYTON BICYCLE at $25.00
IS THE THING.
WALTER F. HIGGINS,
On sale at
J. W. FRETWELL/5 SONS
OY’STERS AND FISH.
Phones—Ga. 1121, Bell 1976.
“To look neat is satisfying,
To feel neat is gratifying. 99
Both accomplished by patronising the
Opposite De Soto Hotel. 'Phones 700
DUXcb. GRAPE FRUIT
Shipped Anywhere. No Better Present
EVER\ THING GOOD IN ALL OUR LINES.
Fruit, Produce, Hay, Grain, Etc.
W. D. Simkins&Co.
In order to reduce our stock we offer for immediate
sale the following material at very low prices f. o. b.
cars our mill:
2 car No. 2 Com. Bevel Weatherboarding $5.00
2 car No. 2 Com. Square Edge Weatherboarding $6.00
1 car Sheathing SB.OO
5 cars Framing Stock. SIO.OO
Weatherboards and Sheathing dressed, framing
surfaced four sides.
We are sole representative of Babcock and Cortland
vehicles. We have on our floors a carload of each from
which you can make your selection.
We have buggies as cheap as the cheapest. Farm and
Turpentine Wagons all sizes. Our Top Delivery Wagons
must be seen to be appreciated. The strongest line of
Harness ever seen here.
SAVANNAH BUGGY COMPANY.
26 West Broughton Street.
Suppose you try a
CASINO OYSTER CRAB STEW
Nothing its equivalent on the market Sea Food our no
ted specialty. Shore Luncheons our great success, and
late hour tit-bits are always here.
Anew line of new nov
elties, Ladies' and Gentle
men’s Watches, Watch
Charms and Fobs, Opera
Glasses and Field Glasses.
Just the newest things to
be had and priced at prices
that are -pleasing. If you
have a gift to make, small
or large, it will be to your
advantage to see the up-to
date things in our store.
A point to be remembered
is that we hand engrave
anything bought of us.
Diamonds at Very
See the very suggestive
display in our show win
Dr. M. Schwab’s Son
Bull and State.
A POPULAR GIFT!
A Brownie Kodak, $1 or $2.
The Gillette Safety Razor .
A Razor that requires no honing or
stropping—always In good shape and
ready for business—just the thing for
a Christmas present—
For the Holiday Trade.
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks,
Silverware, Umbrellas, Canes,
Opera Glasses, and Fans care
fully selected for the Xmas
season. The stock Is now
R. Van Keuren 6 Cos.
H3 Bull Street.
To onr very large and beautiful stock
\\e have an elegant assortment of
the world famous
Rook wood Pottery.
An early Inspection will save you the.
confusion of the usual rush.
WE WILL BE OPEN EVENINGS.
Theus & Co._
That Sunday Dinner.
.. Ring either riione 587 nnd let us
make a suggestion. “QUALITY" our
C. H. MONSEES,
Hall and Jefferson.
SAVANNAH TRUST CO.
Comparative Statement of Deposits.
Dec. 7, 1902. Dec. 7. 1903. Dec. 7, 1904.
$196,132.50 $317,963.07 $631,966.94
Everything Good to
Eat and Drink
Is Indeed a Truism when applied
to our Holiday Stock, the iuom
complete and extensive we have
ever offered for
The Season of Good Cheer
And not only the stock, but the
service of the house during the
pro-holiday season will be ex
ceptionully fine. We ask an In
spection of our Christmas good-
The Quality Is absolutely Best.
Glace Red Cherries, White Pine
apples, Melange, Orange Peel
Shelled Pecans, Walnuts, Brazils
Bar le Due Preserves.
Stuffed Figs, Prunes and Dates
New Walnuts, Pecans, Almonds
Filberts and Brazils.
Finest Paper shell Louisiana Pe
cans, largest ever seen in Savan
Full Pound Packages.
New Raisins and Currants, 10
cents, 3 for 25 cents.
All Kinds of Fruit Cake Spices
in bulk, 2 oz. and 4 oz. packages.
Black Molasses. *
Demarara. Sugar, etc.
Maraschino Cherries, Pineapple
Figs, etc. - vv ’
Huntley & Palmer’s Imported
Cakes —Algeria, Opera Wafers
Philippine, Reading Shortbread’
Crackers, etc., in bulk.
In Our Wine Department
We promise HIGHER GRADE,
OLDER AND RICHER GOODS
for the price usually charged for
Wines of less merit,
McGrath & Ransford
Grocers and Wine Dealers.
37 and 39 Whitaker Street
And bluster may make sales
sometimes, but only plain,
straight forward statements
keep customers continually.
That’s why we make It a
point always to use nothing
Put us in your list for a
call when buying shoes—we
might save you money.
C. F. CLER
16 East Broughton.
WKLCOME T OCIIRIBTMAB
lOFfRi'IMT * - IC *.*/■** - ••••''* ”
And the holiday season, which means
to many the exchange of gifts and re
membrances. Be sure and call to see
our stock of holiday robes, in any style
and quality. Nothing more appreciat
ed or more appropriate, whether for
auto, carriage or buggy user. Do not
buy until you have seen our stock of
the latest. New York Robe Company’s
production. Cohen-Kulman Carriage
and Wagon Company, sole agents.
I pEi> c Ros s ’
IMPORTED AND ROASTED
* SAVANNAH, 6A
SCHNAARS & SEILER,
Real Estate Agents,
27 BAY STREET, EAST.
We attend to the paying of taxes,
making returns, etc. Repairs made
without extra charge. All business in
trusted to us will receive careful a/t
--tention. Georgia ’phone 1001.
Girls' Bicycles .
We have wheels tor the little
girls as well ns the little boys.
G. W. THOMAS,
Jefferson and Broughton Lane.
CORNWELL A CHI PM AN.
108 Congress, West.