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DAVIS.—The friends of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Davis, and of their eon,
Fred. A. Davis, are invited to attend
the funeral of Mrs. Davis, from Wes
ley Monumental Church, at 12;30
o’clock, this (Sunday) noon.
ROCKER.—The relatives and friends
of Mr. John Rocker, and of his broth
ers, Henry and Richard Rocker, are
invited to attend the funeral of the
former from the I.utheran Church of
the Ascension, at 3:30 o’clock, this
Sunday afternoon. Interment Laurel
Mamma's Birthday in Heaven.
MRS. AGNES MILLARD.
Born Dec. 19. 1852.
Only a few white flowers
For thy natal day we bring,
And a wealth of love
To thv home above,
From hearts that are aching still.
Only a few white flowers
From your loved ones here below,
While the winter winds are sighing
A requiem soft and low.
Do you watch us in our sadness.
As the golden path you walk?
Do you tell them how we loved you
When you with spirits talk?
But swift the days are passing,
Our heartaches soon be o'er;
When the weary waiting's over,
Mamma, meet us on the shore.
Cos. H, Ist Infantry, G. S. T.
I. You are hereby requested to ap
pear at the armory this (Sunday) aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock, to pay the last
tribute of respect to our deceased pay
member, John Rocker.
11. The blue uniform will be worn.
C. H. KONEMANN,
TEUTONIA LODGE NO. 7. K. OF P.
A special convention will be held
this Sunday, 3 p. m., to pay the last
tribute of respect to P. C., John Rock
Members of sister lodges and tran
sclent Knights cordially invited.
F. CHRIS KRAMER, C. C.
HENRY F. G. KRAMER, K. R. & S.
Bt SINESS NOTICES.
| Here! j
None better anywhere. Ev
erything fresh and wholesome.)
Things you don't find every
Fresh Rnisins. Dates and Figs
Nuts Shelled and in the Shell.
Gibsons Frnil Tablets.
Atmore’s Mince Meats. j
, National Biscuit Co.'s Crackers.
frill* 5 STORE IS IN THE PUSH]
, lull, -1,,,, y ~111. '
Exquisite Box Papers and
Envelopes in Most Fashion
Gillette Safety Razors, no
stropping, no honing, tfC
Brownie Kodaks. No. 1 si
Brownie Kodaks. No. 2 $2
Folding Brownie Kodak $5
26 West Broughton Street,
Christmas Presents .
The prettiest ever shown in
PRICES ARE RIGHT
$3.50 to $25.00
Horse Blankets in any Style
Carriage & Wagon Cos.
BKOUGHTON AND WEST BROAD STS.
IPKCIAL XOTII KD.
EMKSIf MI KKKOOMW
Kit KM I Ml hIIIIOOMH
KKKMH Ml'MIKf JOMS
Wil l) Tl ItKKYN.
KIKi A PUM A
I It IAM riMH tUt K.
M- A, II
A Gift for Christmas
The largest and most complete assortment of Imported
and Domestic Cigars, Meerschaum and Briar Pipes, Cigar
Box Moisteners and Smoker’s Articles, suitable for Holiday
presents, are to be had at.
J S. PINKUSSOHN CIGAR CO.
Bull and Congress Sts. Broughton anti Barnard Sts.
i PURE WINES
I LIQUORS ,
Rjk -poff be- j
About what to buy for a Christ
mas present. Stop In and get a
useful as well us ornamental
electrical novelty of the “cver
FLASH LIGHTS, ETC.
at prices within the reach of
Electric Supply Cos.
306 Bull St. 38-40 Drayton St.
The Most Beautiful
Assortment of Hand-Paint
ed China, done to special
order for us. As works of
art these goods are worthy
of inspection. The price of
these pieces are within the
reach of all.
Theus & Cos.
, FISH AND OYSTERS.
! Don’t forget to leave your order
,for Xmas Turkeys, Roasting Pigs,
>Geesc. Pucks nnd Chickens at
J ROOS’ MARKET,
( Drayton and Jones Lane.
OUR WORK NEVER
IT IS ALWAYS
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KMOWK* SM. MW. II
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1904.
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1 Schwab’s Seventeenth An- '
nual Sale of Eyeglasses and
, Spectacles at Reduced Prices '
' is now at its hight. t
For persons who want
■ Blasses for themselves or 1
> want to give them as pres- I
) enta. Lenses changed to suit
the eyes of the recipient.
I Our finest $2.00 Crystal \
i Lenses now $1.50. 1
Our finest $5.00 Solid Gold
, Frames now .$3.75. I
Our finest $2.00 Colh Filled ]
Frames now $1.50. J
! o, ' finest SI.OO Aluminum j
Frame now 75c.
Oculist Prescriptions Pilled j
, at the Same Discount. 1
Your Frames Kept In Good I
Repair for One Year j
Free of Charge. J
•!Bull and State Streets.***
1 /erukTs Cafe,
42-44 Barnard, Near Market.
We aerve OyHtem In All Ntylei at All
Hours Day or Night.
TRY THEM TO-DAY.
Raving with Delight
The Endless Chain of People, Young and Old
GRAND HOLIDAY GIFT EXHIBIT.
The Great Rush will be on all of this week; we are
prepared for it with replenished stock, and can
We offer you a few telling suggestions, which
always bit the mark.
RnnifQ We ave t^ie best Gift Books. All
DUUIIU the New Books. Every Book worth
while for young and old. Bibles. Testaments.
Prayer and Hymnals.
PICTURES The Largest and Best Selection
in the city. It will charm you.
CALENDARS. By the thou.. n d., auiw..
Every one a Gem, including
Christy, Fisher and Gibson.
STATIONERY. Th ' M °‘ Gift
Boxes ever exhibited.
SUBSCRIPTIONS F ZflLnoLlTZ‘
. Ushers’ Kates.
MEET ME AT THE
CONNOR BOOK STORE
6 State St. East, Next to Bull St.
THE PLACE TO MEET EVERYBODY OPEN EVEHINGS.
lit i t. cosii cm o.
129 Congress St., West.
Will sell you Apples by the Barrel,
Oranges by the Box, and Grape Fruit
by the Box. ,
Everything at a Cut Price for Cash.
We do not belong to the Grocery
Trust, and guarantee every article
sold. C. O. D. Telephone Orders a
specialty. Bell 825; Georgia 611.
See these prices and you will be
convinced you are losing money by not
coming to us.
For your Fruit Cake see these prices
on dried fruit:
Good Raisins 5c per pound.
Best Cleaned Currants 8c per pound.
Best Seeded Raisins 8c per pound.
Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel 18c
Extra Fancy Dates in full pound pack
Extra Fancy Figs, 1-pound packages
Lot tine Sweet Oranges 10c dozen.
Lot fine Indian River Oranges 15c
Fancy Tangerine Oranges 15c dozen.
Fancy Grape Fruit 25c to SI.OO per
%-boxes fancy Bunch Raisins 60c.
2V4-lb. boxes Table Raisins 30c.
1%-lb boxes Table Raisins 15c.
Fancy Raisins, 10c per pound.
Fancy Bunch Raisins, 10c per pound.
New Dates 10c pound, 3 pounds for
Stuflfed Dates in large boxes 25c.
Fine Figs 10c, 12c, 15c and 20c per
Fine Loose Mince Meat 10c pound, 3
Pure Apple Jelly in large tumblers 10c
A full assortment of the Boss cele
brated Crackers retailed at whole
Cranberries 10c quart.
Lowney's Celebrated Sweet Chocolate
5c a cake.
Lowney’s Premium Chocolate 10c and
Menier’s Fancy Chocolate Candy in %
and 1-lb boxes.
Rich's Celebrated Crystallized Ginger,
large boxes 25c.
Fancy Basket Washed Figs 18c.
Maple Syrup in glass 10c and 25c.
Maple Syrup, Log Cabin brand, in
pints, quarts and half gallon cans.
Sweet and Sour Pickles in half-gallon
Chalmer's Knox, Cox, Cooper and
Mothers' Oats 10c package, sl.lO dozen,
Olives from 5c per bottle up.
Fancy Olives, stuffed with sweet Pep
pers, in full quart bottles, 60c each
Maraschino Cherries in full quart bot
tles, 60c each.
Antonini Oil in full quart bottles, 65c;
pint bottles, 40c.
Pippered Herring 15c can.
White and Yellow Yam Sweet Potatoes
and Irish Potatoes cheap.
New Ground Pearl Meal and Grits 20c
3-lb. Standard Tomatoes 80c dozen.
2- Standard Tomatoes 55c dozen.
3- Peaches in loaf sugar syrup 15c
A lot of the Celebrated Calumet Hams
12%c per pound. This is one of the
best hams on the market.
Also a tot of Calumet Strips 12%c per
pound. This meat has no superior.
Rohe Bros.' Bacon.
A full assortment of Guava Jelly in
10c, 20c, 25c, 45c and 65c packages.
Fancy Head Lettuce- Cabbage, Rad
ishes, Beets, Tuinipg.
Fine Danish Cabbage 5c each.
Christmas Candles, assorted colors, 6c
per dozen. Come and see them.
A full assortment of Lowney's fancy
Candies, retailed at wholesale price.
Mixed Nuts 2 pounds 25c.
Walnut Meat, 45c per pound.
Filbert Meat, 30e per pound.
Pecan Meat, 45c per pound.
Jordan Almonds Meat, 45c pound.
Valencia Almonds, 35c pound.
A full assortment of Christmas
Fruits and Vegetables. Get our prices
We pack and ship goods to all parts
of the State, and pack them so as to
reach our customers in first-class con
dition. One trial will convince you
that this is the place to buy your
Fancy assortment of Lowney's Chris
mas Candies in boxes.
Juvenile Bicycles .
LOOK BEFORE BUYING.
OAKMAN & O’NEIL,
139 and 141 Drayton Street.
T, S& shipping
AND GRAPE FRUIT
IQ QimnT Let us have your orders at once to
IU UIIUIII - insure best attention.
W. D. Simkins &Cos.
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.
= Gonida’s Gandies! *
Day and Night—Night and Day—
the work goes on to meet to the de
ninnd for our Fancy Boxes and Bas- * / f j
ke.s for Christmas.
The Whole South Is Reaching Out for )
Tills Savannah Industry ! "
We have a full and complete line of fine Vehicles manu
factured by reliable makers and we invite the public to call an
examine our Stock. We are Sole agents for
Babcocks, Cortlands, Taylor, Cannadys and Hughes Buggies.
And in fact all other First Class Makes. We have also a full
line of all grades of Harness, Horse Blankets, Lap Robes,
Whips, Etc. We handle Open and Top Spring Wagons, One
and Two Horse Farm Wagons, and Turpentine Wagons a
SAVANNAH BUGGY CO., 320 Broughton West,
Mark Apple, Mngr. Sales Dept.
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.
Some Day You
will need a pair of shoes,
and as you are one of the
great majority of people who
think a dollar should go as
far as possible, we would
call your attention to the
fact that our small expense
enable us to offer you “as
good value for less,” or
“better goods for the same
price” and feel that it will
be to your interest to see
our values before you make
C. F. CLER
16 East Broughton.
The ideal Christmas gift is
that which compasses within it
self, utility as well as beauty. A
rare and beautiful piece of sil
ver is an enduring and pleasant
reminder of a person or an oc
casion, as perhaps, is nothing
R. Van Keuren & Cos.
143 Bull Street.
For Your Xmas
see me. I have the goods and the
WALTER F. HIGGINS,
2 Dozen Pieces for
• NAPKINS 5c
10 TOWELS 5c
S PILLOW CASES. *<•
S SHEETS #<•
1 TAIU.K CLOTH 5c
t HPREAIi ,10c
SI PIECE* S*c
Diamond Rings in solitaires.
Rings in emerald, ruby, sapphire,
pearl, turquoise and opal combina
Brooches in diamonds, pearls and
Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Watches.
Lockets and Charms.
Cuff Buttons and Studs.
Scarf Pins in beautiful and odd de
Gents’ and Ladies’ Signet Rings.
Fobs, Watch Chains.
Neck, Lorgnette and Bead Chains.
Hat Pins in gold and silver.
Genuine Tortoise Shell Back and
Pearl Opera Glasses.
Gents' and Ladies’ 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.
On sale at
J. W.FRETWELL’S SONS
# BAT, WEST.
CORNWELL * CHI PM AN,
100 Congress, West.
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
WN. W MAI HAU. OEO 4. H\J MWIW, WM. V. DAVIS,
Prnuu-M VUm PrwlSiAt- Smp* mml Tmft
Will be open every night until
Christmas, for the convenience of
those who cannot shoe during
day time. Old “Santa” says he
has shopped around considerable
and he finds our boys’ suits 'he
best and cheapest in town; S \v-V t
ers for little boys at 50c, ur, to
$2.50; men’s, too, up to $4 -
Beautiful neckwear, suspense 1'
silk and linen handkerchiefs
ver match boxes, stick pins iff
buttons, silver tie holders, t\, ]e
umbrellas, suit cases, rain r
shine coats; all kinds of pret v
useful gifts fior man or boy.
"AROUND THE CORNER.”
We Invite attention to our Real Old
and Fancy Wines and Cordials for Hie
Holidays. Our stock is always \ ;l .t
in extent and absolute in purity. \\ e
OTARI). DFPUY St CO.
JAMES IIENNESSY & CO.
A. TRIBOTO FILS & CO.
TRISCOCHE St CO.
ST. CROIX AND JAMAICA RI MS.
CREME DE MENTHH
Cherries, Pineapples and Figs in
Cherries, etc., in Creme de Menthe.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Foreign and Domestic Wines
In bulk in the state.
Nectar, Baker, Mt. Vernon, Mary,
land Club, Elite, XXX
VINO DE PASTO 1
OLD GOLDEN 1
Ports, Clarets, Maderia and Sau.
KING WILLIAM '
BLACK AND WHITE
BURK'S THREE STAR
BURK’S FOUR STAR
Hermitage, Old Crow. Baker, Wil
son, Three Feathers, Pepper, Lewis
66, Duffy’s Malt.
Raisins. imported, 1-pound, 2-
pound and S-pound boxes.
Raisins, Domestic, London Layer
and Clusters, in one-fourth, one-half
NUTS—AII new Almonds, Walnuts,
Pecans, Brazils, Filberts.
The largest Pecans ever seen in Sa
Shelled Pecans, Walnut*, Brazils
MIXED NUTS—Mixed by us, the
finest in the city, 15c per pound.
CAKES—English Fruit, 1,2, 5 and
16-pound cartons. Pound and Raisin
FlGS—Sluffed, Basket and Bulk.
DATES—Stuffed and 1-pound pack
McGrath & Ransford
Grocers and Wine Dealers.
37 and 39 Whitaker Street.
Fruit Cakes, Pound Cakes.
Place your order for Charlotte
Bum, Ice Cream, etc., for Chrls
mas dinner with un. The Larg
est assortment of Fancy Good.
Baskets, etc., ever shoita la Sa
BETjSINGEU & GROSS.
SCHNAARS & SEILER,
Real Estate Agents,
27 BAY STREET. EAST.
We attend to the paying o£ tax**,
making return*, etc. Repairs made
without extra charge. All business In
trusted to us will receive careful at
tention. Georgia 'phone 1001.
That Sunday Dinner.
. .Ring cither Phone 587 and let u
make a suggestion. “QUALITY" otir
C. H. MON SEES,
Hall and Jefferson.