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i 1 'I t , ' I- i ' t fi i I f '. j I i i i i J ! w AT THE ( 1 r i U l i H t ; ( J f , Push 'Bin Out Sale Thousands of small lots of just the things you want, fully HALF PRICE. We must have the space. Don't fail to come. We are showing New Dress Goods, New Dresses, New Ginghams, Linen. In fact, all kinds of new goods. New Oxfords and Slippers, all colors i. SPECIALS I 27-in. Flouncing, regular fJOc. Our price aw e1 f ! i i I I ! ! I I famed kl-Miit PUSH 'EM f - . r ( A Good Grocery Store should I keep it. you'll find it here. You arfl not getting the best the market affords come here. 8 i f! f You are not getting full weight come here. You are not getting good de livery service come here. I COME HERE AND ENJOY SATISFACTION 4 1 P n H M n ll H Phone 28. L n a m r , I i ULL 13 ri II fl ri M M M Quality and Purity Guaranteed. IT GIVES THE BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS. A Trial Will Convince You Al I IP pfop in 2 B j M - iV4 .. ' 1 ici .(,?, ft.mi.i..?rmi ami ifck a n hliean milk anfl rWi nn rrPS m ,ihnw or rul oil. I'iini'U s. Ill.n khi'HiN, trtt kle, 'Mh or I ir ' -. !f ''" ''''' l o '''' ''''' "Have litinOU-d ihit preparation I fur yearn ana veatmmenn Model Drug Store. Price 50c. 3 27-inch Swiss Flouncing, our ?1.00 kind. gjm A. J "US n t Iff -3 i - r i 9 V -4. S M OUT SALE S I?2 South Third t i l i G i f ft ft ll LIU 111 i ; I'M f ,ri r Vli 1 M V. 1! H Ill wLUliiiUi j epablicaa Machine is! " ! Damaged, But is Still Doing Business j ( By 0. II. Tavenner.- I Washington, Feb. 7. William IIow ; ard Taft in the one best bet In the I republican nomination handicap. At least this is the way it looks to rne today, and I have tried to view the situation, if possible, without pre- 1 judice, j I base my prediction on the theory ! that, special privileges, as represent-! i ed by Aldrieh, Penrose, Smoot, Lodge, ! Crane, Guggenheim, J. Pierpont Mor- ! j Kan. John I). Rockefeller, Andrew Car. j negie, and the lariff trusts, still tlom- . inate the republican trutchine. And! it. must never be forgotten that the" ; republican machine, and not the re- i I publican voters, rules national republi- jean conventions and nami's presided- i ! lial candidates. j The ri'piibliean machine, it is true, j is badly damaged, but I think, liowev-j ; er, it is still powerful enough, backed us it is by the millions Of special priv- j ilege, to control one more national i convent ion. Alter that it will go on! tU" scrap heap, and men fre r of cor- j i poraie influences will be in control j of tin' party. ! The i:nty diiiiet ion that the reader! : may diaw fium the foregoing is thai Mr. Tali is 1o be nominated, not be i an e the people de-ire his renoinlua- tloii, but because the big interests de :.siie liih ri niiieination ; not because : Mr. Taft has earned a retiomination I by reprcenting the il'.terests of the ' common people of the eountry, buf be- cause he bus earned a renominatioii ! by 1 1 pi e-eiiting the intefe.ms of spec ' iai privilege, 1 There seeing to be na increasing talk about Hoosevelt, but. 1 do not i I in ilk liie iii.icenie iioiiiieians will permit bis nomination. If Roosevelt ' should be nominated, however, 1 be i lieve lie would bo defeated. It was j during his administration that vlie j present abnormally high cost of living was nl"d up, largely because of the ..-'eiii of (xcs.-iive protection ill which Mr. Roosevelt believes. Roose velt is an Aldrich-Smoot - Pentose re publican on the tariff question, so far ris anyone knows. But if he should coiee out on the progressive fide of j the tariff issue, it would only make i him less desirable to the republican ; machine, and his nomination would I be even less probable than it Is now. I Robert M. UtPoliette, the one man I mentioned in connection with the re j publican nomination on whom the peo- pie can put their finger on every pub i lie question of the day, cannot be nominated, in my opinion, the reasan b -in;;, only, that the people cannot vote on presidential tiomlaecs. Any day, of course, ntav bring de- j veUipmenis to thange the positions ot the men on the political checker i board, but i He above is the situation ; as H appear to your correspondent j al this writing;, i Mr. Cannon Gets Information. I I in ie Joe Cannon. "High I'rotee - ;tion Joe." w anted to know, when the ' ('etrnevt'p. metnl bill wru b"fore the ! hottFO. wUr such art if lea as se-.ving i inaehiMes were placed on the free S ii.-l. Chairman ITidet wood, of the , detnoeratic ways and means cotnmlt j tee, courteously supplied the, ex-s-'rfal(-! er with the desired information. I "We have placed these articles on j the free list for the benent of the ! American people," said Mr. Vnder (wood. "The uncontested testimony ! show's that sewing machines are beiui I sold to ttie rich and poor alike in this I j eountry from to $ la a machine,! 1 and ye! are beiiu laid down, fivmht j paid, in the Orient, tor $S.7.", yet the arrest has yet been made in the case, jgeuileman from Illinois would nk '''he' vi.ihuion of the postal law as al t tee-.- eeecess, in rne name ot the man- ' ' .ed wa- made attOidiu to the hlate- ! tuactnrers of the United States, to re j tain a prohibitive tax on sewing ma - ehhir and other like articles in ord- or that we might trade for terms in ; foreign markets rer the benefit of j men, who have already made million i out or the American p eople. But 1 ; say to him when we barter in trade ! in I he real necessities of the Atneri- nn people, we are bartering and trading' In the life blood of poverty, ! "We are not ashane-d to go to the ; An" riean people and say that when j nn article is manufactured in this ; country so cheaply that it can com i pete ia all (he markets of the world, we are willing in place it on the free i i..-t for the benefit of our own peo i ide," J The metal bill, which aUo place on the free i:.ti iron ore. nails, cash registers and many other steel and Public installation of officers will be the feature of the meeting in t lie .Maoeabi-es lodge tonight a' the Knltflits of Pythias ball. A short tr- ruw!a ":; xTm fT,.1? h" stallnUoii. Members ot the drill team I will put on i lie taney drill. After the j exercises of the evening a social hour will lie enjoyed during which refresh ments will be served. Mrs. A. L. Herr will act as mistresg of ceremonies and .Mrs. V. 1). Me Matters will be installing officer. The officers to be installed are: .Mrn. Dora Esies, lady commander; Mrs. Kate llawn, lieutenant command er; Mrs. It, M. Evans, finance auditor; Mrs. S. 0. Marrs, official prompter; .Mrs. Lizzie West, record keeper; Mrs. W. I). McMastors, past commander; Mrs. Edna Uarry; sergeant; Mrs. Bed eline Hubbard, lady at arms; Mrs. Mary Black, chaplain, Mrs, Sam Brown first color bearer, Mrs. Nor daln second color bearer; Mrs. Maud Buckey, captain of the drill team; Mrs. Dora McCalla, picket; Mrs. B. F. h'endig, sentinel; Miss Betty Estes pianist. The exercises will be public and all of the friends of the order are invited to be present. The regular meeting of the V. 0. W. lodge will not be held tonight on account of this meeting of the Ladies of the Maccabees. MANY PEOPLE SETTING OUT SHADE TREES Property owners in the I'niversity Heights addition are maliiiiR arrange ments for extensive improvements in the ra.rt'er of setting out shade trees and making other civic improvements. An order for ;;i)(;0 trees has been plac ed in the hands of t he Springer N'ur-? sery company and the work of setting out the trees lias been started. Shade trees of several kinds will be placed on the lots in this section of the town. John Springer, of the Springer Nurs ery company, says that he has more orders for trees this spring; than he has had for several years. Shade trees that were killed by the drouth are being replaced and the orchards all ovir town are being re-placed. Mr. Springer announced the nurs ery business at its height and that the town will be greatly beautified when the work of setting the trees out Is completed. Trapping at Bradley Not lav Violation Joe Dews, deputy game warden, went to Bradley yesterday to investi gate the reported trapping charge. He found that the men engaged in the trapping woik are not violators of the iaw but are working tinder a contract i made by former stve game warden I S- 8. Askew. j The 'arniers of that vicinity have j j made an objection to the trappers and j j Mr. Dews ordered the traps to be niov-1 j ed from that section. No arrests! J '-vere made bei an.-e Uie lie n who aie . i rappin are protected by a s;ate con-1 tract I Charge Mailing oi a Scurrilous Post Card Kugeiie Hamilton, United Slates Commissioner here, issued a warrant for an arrest today, on the charge of depositing in the United States mails a scurrilous postal card obvious ly intended to reflect (in the character (,f unotlier. The name of t!i person wanted was t'l given out from the fuel (tint no i ineni (i ,ii r. lieiniiion oiiisnie ii uiu about -.-ixty miles ifroin dy county Chif kasha. MENINGITIS AT ENID. Knid, Okla.. Feb. 7. --Spinal menin Ritls appeared here today, Arthur Kobberts, years old, being the first ! victim. I No other ca-es are reported, but health authorities are taking every meariite to cheek tne disease. Rob erts was an orphan and had been ill since Friday. iron products, and makes reductions on till metal goods averaging "r, per cent, passed the bouse by a vote ot 210 1o d:i. The articles placed on the free list are being sold by American manufacturers much cheaper to for eigners than to home consumers. Mmv& K Oil Pf EVER CITY. BEEN AT THE PLAY HOUSES J i MAJESTIC THEATRE. On Probation. Comedy drama. Oklahoma. Drama. And our big feature film today. "Mi gnon" or the child of fate from the famous French opera. A grand op era in motion pictures with an fill Mar ctisL. 'IV. tilueli taunol be said about this great picture. Be sure and boo it toiiigl.i. Here one nigh:, only. 1! you want to sec the best, in mo- i tion pictures go to the Majestic. Illustrated song. Betty Ust.es, ri.inist. Open al "; fuiiisnrnocs at 7:1." P. m. The Majestic is now at 'J17 Chit '.a sha avenue, old "06." Prices 5 cents for children; K) cents for adults. GKPHEUM THEATRE. One on Reno. Comedy-drama. The Stage Driver's Daughter. West em. .' One on Kite Masher. Comedy. Scenes on the U, S. S. Connecticut. 1 View of life on a naval vessel. ! Vaudeville. The last n;glit of the Sunny Sou in Quartette. They give a complete change in their songs tonight. A (,-ee lieke, j',- Iw s.-. o.ld sl.O' at the Majestic given won every inhrii sold for the first show at the C '-'ileum. Or two big shows for the price of one. Steam heat. A good warm theatre. KOZY THEATRE. Special tonight. I 'apt Kake. A thrilling story of lb jungles once seen never forgotten. Polish and Pie. Be sure and see this clean comedy. Illustrated song, "Busy I. it lie Cupid" by Leroy tlrady. No. we don't vim our show for fun but wo give you your money's worth.' WE INVITE THE LADIES OF THE CITY TO INSPECT ONE OF THE LARGEST and FINEST LINES OF 11 1 f T fl a f: f r BROUGHT TO THESE HAVE RECEIVED. SEE WEST VJiilDOV. ' "r Tma nMM-if. iwiv'i i tf jf-gfcMlMiiijtiiiirrihiiiiitii'''''h,,Ma Smaller Cities Will Help Entertain Vets i Macon, da., t'el). 7. That all of the j smaller cities of deorgia are fanning j to join with the magnetic center !;: j her plans for a successful reunion. ! May 7, is being proven -ach day. A letter was received by the reunion : committee Tuesday morning from Ar Mingion Camp 17l' in which the ex i pressed that organisation's intention of attending the gala event in a body. ! It was also stated in the message I receiver) from Arlington that "no of i ! the lending citizens will also n'tend j and assist in entertaining the guests I to deoraia from all over the South. . J. liursicy. comaier.ucr ot tae j camp and ono of the prominent, bank ; ers of deorgia stated to the eommii ! tee recently that all o the serthns I contiguous to Arlington were filied with enthusiasm over the prospects of j the Reunion and will do all in ils power to aid m every way. iuch e IKirts are being received daily from all over the south, proving that Macon will have the task of entertaining probably the larg.st crowd of visitors in the history of any previous reun ion. LARGE FARM SALE The farm sale held today at ilie old "Half Moon Ranch" ten miles i ! northwest of Chicka-!i.i was cue of ; I the hirst st this season, according; to i the statement of K. J, Hubbard, the ! I auctioneer. K L. Siemp, Cue owner, j ! ECh! tOc'lV tl! t'f.bl'.f tt'J i i, the rnen'v tM.: ve-M I-1 W Pmv- er clerked at the sale. Nineteen head of fine work stock ami i:5 . head of cows weie oaiu. Tee Sieiiip faiiu was formerlv owned by L. K. Bingham. METHODIST PRAER SERVICE "Faith. Hope and Charity" will bo the subject of the prayer service to night at the Methodist church. Mrs. A. K. Mi Kenzie will be the leader of the subject "Faith," Mr .1. W'K Moore will talk on "Hope." and Mrs-, ,. ... , . ,, . ... , V ''1.1 V I i II ! 1 1 a 11 l 1 tr ! il lilt 111:.'! tl '-ll.'tl on "Charity." The meeting promises i to be foil of interest. All of the Sun- j day sehoee teachers are asked to bo ! present as -there is special busir i connected wiih their department the church work lo be di . u sed. j 1 v M n T H E JUST BRIEF COURT NOTES. In the superior court today Judgo i V inn sustained a demurrer to Uie evi dence in case of the First National Bank of Virden v. H. 1. (Ju.tr.vll:;, and dismissed the jury Monday. The case of Hopkins vs. Ilohlet, tried yesterday, resulted i.t a verdict giving the defendant judgment for $::.:.s. The following new suits have been filed in the district court: F. C. Finerty & Co. vs. Laura Lay ton, fore closure, Harry White, attor ney. J. P. Baieheler vs. Contint tnui Cigar Vender Co., Welborne & MeCalUt, at torneys. David Biook.i, a native cf Rii:'..'?'..i filed atvplieaiion for natiirnliitai ion I'.apers in the district c oui-i yestei ilay afternoon. REAL ESTATE TRANSFER. 4 Complltd by th Grily Cowtv Abstract Company, 1C1 . North Third Strttt. 4 fr 4 if. Y. McP.ride gdu to L. L. Schrock 2 : 12 $ I linn. Sw "t! 10 , Same to same 2 12 $ini Sn no 112 10 li. ., John C. Lewis, Sheriff, to F. B. SLiU 1 27 12 J2.VI se ne S'.', sw lie se se tr.v Sring lome clean wnile ray to ih Express office at once. Highest cash price paid. !. I 1 ' " 4 v iki i.iU5 liiAe-la' ... uas vf u stain tenuis what met-pies ..isnis uf terrible uguny itch Uch itch, ccr- hUlit 1U.U, .,1 .1 it ,-rtlhrJ I liu,.,i. ti-ar o!t my es-y kiu tlif-n Xntsiant rrilieX jny sixiu eoeioa, soot . ' I Sllui ieuit-d; Th- lev f.rst Oreps of'DD.D. r- j pcriplion lor t-.eaema tU)pcd that aw -t j ..1M'!,-,1 ll',,. , ll.tuj :-k'ill l,.,- j till'1 era-f-i. A e, unvs it. j u. ! '. I I Has liH.j i.iee.-.n i.sr w-.e-s a e wiily iP-sulHily r-!-sii i i 'en;t-!iy, i.e- u fte.-l '-i ,m;tv i-,-- a. I lo-ri ami - il -n a cm: ! j IwaiMiy i.h ti.i.t ei si ee.-.i. I Alt ..lli.-.- ereg:.-iss le.v. DD.P. Vi Fer-r-eeri -:e tr ! to us I. lit t .-pi i.e i-e; i flet 11 vnn rnmn eui fn cei lain ft wlei t t . I '. 1 '. ' t'lft we :i.- v.-.a .i ! '! S ! Mils ie:a' Ll tore; If yen ee eet ! "I r it t:!!.i-s e.',-ie "lie li' ll A'f ' :-., . '1 i u-' s yen ieit -J. t --nt. Owl Drug Store. Cickatrta, UK'i.