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ELKS CONVENE IN
LODGE OF SORROW
for DEPARTED BROTHERS.
PROGRAMME OF EXEnCISES TO BE
GIVE!*' IX THEATER.
In Accordance With Command ot
Grand Exalted Rnler Member*
Will Honor Memory of Their De
parted-Oratory and Mnnlc Provld
,d by Committee—Decoration* ot
Auditorium to be Elaborate—Liar
of Those Who Have Gone.
"Oh for the touch of a vanished hand,
And the sound of a voice that is still."
In accordance with the commands
of the grand exalted ruler and in ac
cordance with annual custom, Savan
nah LiOdge No. 183. B. P. O. E„ will
assemble in annual lodge of sorrow at
3 30 o'clock this afternoon at the Sa
vannah Theater,
There promises to be a large gath
ering of Elks and friends. The exer
cises are open to the public. Beauti
ful decorations have been provided. The
set electrical piece will be especially
handsome and emblematical of the
precepts of the order. Purple and
white will predominate in the color
scheme, these being the colors of the
order.
The Memorial Committee has labor
ed earnestly to make this observance
the most complete of the kind yet
held. They have in addition to the
beautiful decorations bestowed great
effort upon the programme, which is
as follows:
Prayer, Rev. W. C. Schaeffer.
Where Will You Spend Eternity?”
quartette.
Thanatopsis, Hon. J. Ferris Cann.
•Raise Me, Jesus” (duet), Messrs
Bank.- and Goodman.
Eulogy (departed brothers), Rev. G.
A. Ottmann.
• For AU Eternity” (Macheroni),
cornet solo.
Eulogy (general), Robert J. Travis.
••Good Night Beloved,” quartette.
Quai tette —J. B. Goodman, first ten
or John S. Banks, second tenor; H.
C. Hardy, Jr., first bass; R. C. Thom
son, second bass.
Closing ode.
Benediction.
The list of departed brothers Is as
follows: C. A. Reitze, W. R. Curtis,
A C. Ulmer, C. D. Russell. J. F.
Lane. Henry Taylor, M. S. Freeman,
George L. Cope, R. F. Burdell, J. D.
Treadwell, Gus Fox, A. J. Hubbard,
George \V. Alley, E. C. Doughtie, H.
L Ferrill, H. W. Palmer, J. W. Moore,
R. Van Wagenen, W. F. Blois, Joseph
F,. Harty, Andrew Hanley, John H.
Fox. John Screven, Jr., W. D. Simkins,
John J. Kirby, W. H. Quinan.
“The faults of our brothers we write
upon the sand,
Their virtues on the tablets' of love
and memory.”
LIST OF OWENS PROPERTY
TO BE SOLD IN JANUARY.
Mont Important Sale YVlitch Ha M Oc
curred Here In Years.
A list of the property of the Owens
estate, which will be disposed of at
public outcry on the first Tuesday in
January, shows much valuable city
property to be placed on the block,
and the sale will be one of the most
Important ever conducted in Savan
nah.
The most valuable piece to be dis
posed o£ will be the building and lot
at Bull and Bryan streets, fronting 60
feet on Bryan and running 90 feet on
Bull. This property alone is valued
at something like $50,000.
In addition to this the following
pieces will be sold:
Lot and improvements at Barnard
and Congress streets, 60x90 feet. Build
ing now occupied by Solomon Drug
Company, valued at $40,000.
Bay street property, embracing lots
15 and 17, East Bay, adjoining the Sa
vannah Trust Company.
Five brick tenement houses on East
Broughton, between East Broad and
Reynolds.
One-half of lot 22 In South Oglethorpe
ward, on Margaret street, between
West Broad and Farm.
Lot and stable at No. 125 Broughton,
east, adjacent to the Marshall House.
Lot No. 8 In Anson ward, 50x90 on
State street, between Abercorn and
Lincoln.
Two three-story residences at Nos.
122 and 124 State street, east, between
Drayton and Abercorn.
Lot running from Abercorn to Lin
coln, bounded by State and President
streets, with the handsome colonial
home of the late Mr. Owens.
A number of Central of Georgia
Railway securities. The sale will be
conducted by Mr. J. L. Archer.
OBJECT TO GRANTING
OYSTER LAND TRACT.
County Conmlaaionera Overruled
and Granted Petition.
There was a lengthy session of the
County Commissioners cpurt yester
day afternoon and much evidence was
taken regarding conditions prevailing
along the water-fronts of the county.
The case grew out of an objection filed
to the granting of the application of
Messrs. J. j. McDonough and Harry
* or certain oyster lands.
■he objection was filed on two
grounds. It was charged that the ap
plicants did not wish the la*d for
themselves, but they only warned to
turn it over to Patsy Grogan. It was
also claimed the tract In question was
a natural oyster bed and that It had
ne Jf* r been cultivated by any one.
the evidence was decidedly confllct-
Negro oystermen were the p*n
tipal witnesses. Some told of one state
of affairs and others of conditions di
rectly opposed, the evidence depending
seemingly on which side had sub-
Poened the witnesses. One fact that
was uncontradicted, however, was that
) atsy Grogan had done much to cul
tivate the beds.
tK Af,Pr con *ldering all the evidence
the commissioners overruled the ob-
Jactlon and granted the petition of the
gppllcanu.
CITY BREVITIES.
Ihe Salvation Army ia now holding
'Meetings every night, except Monday,
He hall on West Hroad street,
i nes.. meetings begin at 8 o'clock and
‘set but a short while.
Joseph Henry William* was arrested
Patrolman T. J. Griffin yesterday
itenioo", charged with the larceny of
w *‘lky from Nicholes Iking, at Bar
-1,1 r ‘l street and Congreaa lane.
Ooncord Lodge No. 17, I, O. O. F.,
"I ele<t officers Tuesday night. The
.' * * run< * w *** *** sleeted noble grand
"• ' or *he vice grand office there are
<L.I1 Jrri s* r candldstes. It la un
?* r lood Secretary Claiborne will oat
• candidate for re-aleaUoa.
THE FEDERAL COURTS
HAVE NOW ADJOURNED.
Coat of the 'Week's Session Wao
Dess Than (2,000.
At 1 o’clock yesterday afternoon
Judge Emory Speer adjourned the ses
sion of the United States District and
Circuit Courts. Last night the major
ity of the officials left the city.
Judge Speer, Stenographer J. N.
Talley, Marshal George White. Chief
Deputy Marshal Tucker, District At
torney Alexander Akerman and his as
sistant, Mr. Stores, left on the late
train for their homes. Marshal White
will go through to Cheltam, Md., where
he takes one of the negroes convicted
of robbing a postofflce. The court
will next convene in Valdosta.
Only matters of minor interest mark
ed the last day’s session of the court.
Nolle prosequis were entered in the
criminal cases pending against Harry
Olsen, Whitty McDonald, Jack Robin
son and several others of minor inter
est.
Argument was heard on the excep
tion of C. H. Dorsett and others to
the findings of the special master in
the case of the Barstow heirs against
Beckett and others. The defendants
Objected to the finding, ordering them
to pay the sum of $4,000. The court
took the matter under advisement.
Several pending applications for dis
charge as bankrupts were heard, and
orders of discharge granted. Assign
ments were made for several cases
which will come up at the adjourned
session of the court, beginning on
March 6.
The actual cost of the session
was $1,732. The pay of the
grand jurors aggregated $262, and
that of the traverse jurors S4BB. Wit
ness’ fees totaled S3OO. The deputies
and marshals received $278 and the ex
penses of four other officers of the
court came to $l5O. The cost of ex
porting prisoners was $154 and inci
dentals and miscellaneous brought the
totals up to SIOO more.
NEW RAILROAD FOR
TATTNALL COUNTY.
Grading for Line From Reidsville to
Glennvllle.
Tattnall county is to have another
railroad.
It is to run from Reidsville to Glenn
ville. The latter is a prosperous town
in the southeastern corner of the coun
ty, and on the line of considerable
farm development.
It is thought that when the new
railroad reaches Glennvllle the next
move will be to build connection to the
Atlantic Coast Line at Johnston’s Sta
tion or Jesup.
Mr. W. M. Bradley, of Hagan, pro
jector of the new railroad, has begun
the work of grading, and the result is
that Reidsville is on a boom in anticipa
tion of the benefits that the town
will derive from opening up new ter
ritory to its business men.
BY STEAMER AND RAIL.
The steamer Itasca of the Merchants
and Miners Transportation Company
sailed last night with fourteen passen
gers.
Mr. D. J. Rosenheim and Mr. J. F.
C. Myers went to New York via the
Atlantic Coast Line yesterday.
Mr. W. B. Clements, traveling pas
senger agent of the Ocean Steamship
Company, is out after a brief illness.
Mr. W. P. Scruggs, traveling passen
ger agent of the Seaboard Air Line,
is in Helena on business.
Mr. Walter Hawkins, well known In
Savannah, has been appointed general
agent of the Consolidated Fruit Com
pany, recently organized in Jackson
ville. He is now in the transportation
department of the Central of Georgia
Railway.
Mr. G. A. Cardwell, chief clerk to
A. C. Kenly, Florida, Atlantic Coast
Line, Wilmington, N. C., is in the city.
WAITS NEW EQUIPMENT.
Col. J. H. Deveaux has returned
from Atlanta, where he went to try
and secure better equipment for the
negro soldiers of his command.
He said yesterday that the state au
thorities had taken his request under
advisement, and that no decision would
be reached until later. The equipment
is badly needed by the troops, the
commander says.
Miners’ Fay Raised.
Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 3.—The un
ion miners in the employ of
the various commercial coal operators
to-day received an advance of
5 cents a ton for mining coal
and a corresponding advance in the
price of day labor. This means that
the cost of mining coal has increased
nearly 9 cents. The increase was based
on the fact that iron is selling at more
than $10.50 a ton. All coal mining con
tracts in this district are on a slid
ing scale, based on the price of iron.
The American Girl.
WHAT MAKES lIBR POPULAR.
The American girl b admired and liked
at borne and abroad because ahe ia the
happiest, usually the bealtkiest and friend
liest of girls. She is fond of life and is
alive to everything beantiftil and good in
existence, kin. Langtry has said that the
American woman has little to learn from
her English sisters.
Dr. Pierce, the specialist in women’s dis
eases, of Buffalo, N. Y., advises simple ex
ercises for women, preferably in the out
door air. But many women are confined
to the house and their household duties or
their business confines them to poorly ven
tilated rooms.
If a woman suffers from a headache, a
backache, a sensation of irritability or
twitching and uncontrollable nervousness,
something must be wrong with the bead or
back, she naturally says, but ail the time
the real trouble very often centers in the
womanly organs. In 98 per cent, of esses
the seat of the difficulty is hers, end a
woman should take rational treatment for
its cure. The local disorder and inflamma
tion of the delicate special organa of the
sex should be treated steadily aad ayatem
itiesUy.
Backed up by over a third of a eeatnry of
remarkable and uniform cures, a record
such as no other remedy for the dleeaoes
end weak nesses peculiar u> women ever
attained, the proprietors end Bankers of Dr.
Pierce’s Favorite Prescription sse frel tally
warranted in offering te pay Mai for any
case ofUnooni.es Faunal* Weakness, Fro
lapsus, er Fall Isg of Womb srMrk they
cannot cure All they aek is a fci> and
tees enable total to their mean# of ear*.
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1904
The “Ford" Double-Opposed Motor Car
Its smooth, easy running motor with two opposed cylinders, gives
more power than any single cylinder machine, and has many things
to commend it. The opposed cylinders give a perfection of balance
a . at * ai L a y°'uance of vibration not possible in any single cylinder en
gine. This smoothness of running is highly valuable in a motor for
driving an automobile, where the vibrations are so disagreeahle. Eith
er cylinder of the "Ford’’ motor will drive the car, under good eondi
tlons so that, in case of a possible disability to one cylinder there is
another to fall back on.
Electric Runabout.
The ideal automobile—suitable for
Can be easll >’ operated by any
member of the family.
The Pope-Waverley
The carriage that combines perfect
comfort with perfect control. Free
The Pope-Waverley
Model 36 Speed Wagon.
-"iS T>he * astest and most comfortable
h -—. Electric vehicle in Savannah. Three
°* these ma chines now in dally use
here and giving perfect satisfaction.
\?jv , -cii As simple to operate as turning on
The “Michigan” Light Touring Car
is "just right." It has a 14 horse-power, double opposed motor, very
strongly built, has splendid speed, lots of room, is graceful in outline
and an up-to-date production throughout. Its solid construction in
sures lng life and freedom from repairs.
The Model B “Ford” Touring Car
is without a doubt the finest car of its kind in Savannah. The hand
some appearance of this new side-entrance car is only one of its
notable features. In this model the Ford Company has proven that it
is possible to produce a motor of great power and to build a car of
light weight, and at the same time of great strength. The motor is the
"Ford” four-cylinder vertical 20 horse-power. Every approved feature
known to the art of motor construction has been utilized, and many
features unique in this motor, and now of proven value, have been
introduced.
Storage, Renting, Repairing, Supplies, Etc.
We are now better prepared than ever before to handle these
branches of the business and will give the very bet attention to all
orders or machines left with us.
ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY,
Phone No. 0. 309 Ball Street.
MARSHAL WAS SHOT.
Dnadilla Official Was Probably Fa
tally Wounded.
Macon, Dec. 3.—Last night at Un
adilla City Marshal Burton was shot
and probably fatally wounded by
Laidler Branen, who escaped.
There were no witnesses of the oc
n ifiY.
vJCMAMh k\
Accessibility
The mechanism of an automobile requires occasional adjust*
ment and the ease with which this can be accomplished is a fea
ture of the Oldsmobile Light Tonneau Car.
By raising the hinged foot board in front, easy access can be bad to
the spark plug, valve mechanism, carburetor and circulating pump.
There is no mechanism under the tonneau seat, because the cylinder
head is at the forward end of the machine. Any adjustment can be made
without disturbing the passengers.
The body can be taken off in four minutes by loosening four bolts,
exposing every part of the machine. This means a saving in time and ex
pense in case repairs are needed.
The price to our Oldraobile Light Tonneau Car U $050.00, Including rear deck lor ute
whoa the toaneau it removed, two bran aide iampt end complete eat to Molt.
Our Arl Catalogue will pleeae you. Write ua for It.
OldsawMlo 7 h. p. Standard kunabout, $050.00, Touring Runabout. |750.00. Ail prlcag
I. o. b. factory.
OLDS MOTOR WORKS, Detroit, Mich.
AGENTS 25
T. A. BRYSON,
242 Bull Btrret, Savannah, Ga.
currence, but in a sworn statement
soon afterward, Burton said that it
was on account of previous ill feeling
on Branen’s part. According to the
marshal’s statement, his assailant ask
ed him to go with him to the former’s
office to attend to a business matter
and when in a dark spot en route the
shot was fired.
LOST
The Automobile buyers—
So thick and plenty here
abouts for so long a time.
We have not seen a one the
past week. Hove the other
fellows got ’em all—or are
they waiting for
The Franklins
In 1905 Models
Soon to arrive. The 1904
Franklins were the marvels
of the year. No other car
had so great a proportion of
power to weight. No other
car established such records
for hill climbing and races.
The 1905 Franklins
Are still more powerful in
proportion to weight. Not an
ounce is added to the weight
of the engine, but the ma
chine shows up full two horse
additional power.
The 1905 Franklin
Is by far the speediest and
finest light car ever built.
A light car means a saving
in Tire Bills, the one Big Ex
pense in automobiling.
All Frnnklins are four cy
lindered—air cooled motors.
The Oldsmobile
Touring Runabouts
Have arrived and we are
ready to supply the nicest
machine for the money ever
offered. For pure enjoyment
and solid comfort the Olds
mobile Touring Runabout fills
the bill. It meets nil the re
quirements for pleasure or
business and note
The Price, Only $775.
A cheap machine, but a
mighty good one. Come and
look one over—Let us take
you out and see how it goes.
Cadillacs and Columbias
Are also sold by us. We can
suit any taste for a cheap or
expensive automobile.
The New Oarage
Jan. 1, will see us in the new
home. Isn’t it a substan
tial, handsome building.
. Wouldn’t you feel better to
have your machine stored in
such a house. We will have
the best accommodations
ever thought of. Don’t make
your arrangements for 1905.
Wait for the Big Garage and
its modern appointments.
Repairs.
Our good practical men
and the "Boss” are all at the
service of those wanting the
best work and attention.
Our people understand the
automobile business through
and through. It is a pleasure
to use a machine after we get
through with it.
T. A. BRYSON,
242 BULL STREET,
find FaoliiK Chippewa, Square.
HENLEY NOT FOUND.
Southern Industriously Searching
for the Missing Passenger.
Macon, Dec. 3.—Notwithstanding
strenuous endeavors on the part of
Southern Railway officials to locate
John Renley of Crawfordville, Ind.,
who so mysteriously disappeared from
a Southern passenger train here yes
terday while en route to Join his fam
ily in Jacksonville, Fla., the search
has so far been unsuccessful. The
wires are kept hot and every avail
able clew is being run down. The
officials hold to the belief that Renley
probably wandered from the Pullman
sleeper, In which he was riding, into
the waters of the Ocmulgee river
while the train was crossing that
stream. There is no let up in the
search.
Payne Mills Will Resume.
Macon, Dec. 3.—lt is announced that
the Payne Cotton Mills, located In one
of the suburbs of Macon, will be again
placed in operation Thursday, after
some time of Idleness by the Bibb Man
ufacturing Company. Extensive re
pairs fo the machinery have been made
and the mills will begin work in first
class condition.
locaTpersonals.
Mr. E. C. Daniels of Atlanta is at
the De Soto.
Mr. B. F. Hall of Atlanta is stop
ping at the De Soto.
Mr. T. P. Tabb of Baltimore is reg
istered at the Pulaski.
Mr. A. C. Common, Jr., of Jackson
ville is at the Pulaski.
Mr. H. S. Willett of New York is
stopping at the Pulaski.
Mr. Walter H. Page of Boston is
registered at the De Soto.
Mr. W. A. Eason of Florence, S. C„
is a guest at the Pulaski.
Mr. W. C. Carmichael of Atlanta is
registered at the Screven House.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Loth of Waynes
boro, Va„ are stopping at the De
Soto.
Mrs. A. Glmbel and children return
ed last night after a four months’ visit
to Montgomery, Ala.
Dr. W. E. Norton and Dr. George
M. Norton left yesterday for a week's
hunting trip in Florida.
Messrs. W. E. Dunwody, W. J.
Masses and George F. White of Ma
con registered at the De Soto yester
day.
State Senator William R. Mcllwaine
of Petersburg, Va„ is a guest at the
De Soto. Senator Mcllwaine is a
prominent attorney of Petersburg, and
is a nephew of Judge Prior of New
is a nephew of Judge Pryon of New
York.
On Thursday evening a delightful
surprise party was tendered Miss Liz
zie Lansdale of Walterboro, 8. C. at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Wilbert
Lansdale, at No. 512 Park avenue,
west. A charming evening was spent
by the guests.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
FLAG COMPETITION.
Ten dollars will be awarded for the
best design submitted for a flag for
the City of Savannah. All designs
must be submitted in colors and show
In some way the Coat of Arms or seal
of the city. The competition will close
Jan. 1, Address all communications
to JAMES M. DIXON,
Chairman.
SPECIAL OFFERINGS FOH MON
DAY.
Extra flue rib roasts. Crown of
lamb and fill* of beef for swell din
ner parties.
JAS. 3. JOYCE.
‘Phenes 107.
NOTICE.
Neither the Master, Owner* nor
Charterer of the British Steamship j
Dorothy will he responsible for any
debts contracted by the crew
. 3. M. WILSON, Master, |
Our Offering
For 1905
Is. we think, the finest collection, ever
assembled under any one roof.
TICE PIERCE GREAT ARROW
OARS
Stand for American construction. Just
as French Cars stand for French con
struction. We do not admit that
there is anything in Automobile con
struction excelling the Pierce At Any
Price.
PIERCE THREE MECHANISMS
28-32 Horsepower, King of the Bel
gians. Cast Aluminum Body, Side En
trance $4,000
24-28 Horsepower. King of the Bel
gians. Cast Aluminum Body, Side En
trance $3,500
The Pierce Stanhope $1,200
Pierce Great Arrow Cars are equip
ped to order with the following bod
ies: The Suburban, The Landaulet,
The Opera Coach. Bodies by Quimby.
THE AUTO CAR
Another Chainless Mechanism. Clutch
in fty wheel. Three Speeds, Forward
and Reverse, Sliding Gears Transmis
sion. Silence. Lack of Vibration,
Speed. All Autocars have the same
mechanism.
The Autocar Runabout S9OO
The Autocar Touring Car, type
VIII $1,400
The Autocar Touring Car. type
XI. 20 horsepower, double side en
trance $2,000
THE ELMORE PATHFINDER
The best medium priced Car we have
yet seen. Complete with Tonneau,
$1,060. With this line of Automo
biles. we expect to do the business. l
As the public learn more of Automo
bile construction, they become more
careful in selecting a Car. We have
points that will Interest you. Our line
having been narrowed down, we have
several New Cars of Standard make
for sale at reasonable prices.
One Special Franklin, Fisk Tires,
Mirror Search light.
One Pope-Hartford, shipped from
Factory in October. Also a number
of Oars slightly used and second hand.
. “OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT” .
Is getting famous for its good work.
Our customers wear a satisfied look.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF SUN
DRIES
You ever saw will be In place in our
show window this week. All the lat
est novelties, and some very excellent
ones for Christmas presents.
R. V. CONNER AT,
No. 18 State Street, East.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
notice!
In Regard to the Assessment of Real
..Property In the City of Savunnuh
for Taxation for the Year 11*05.
Office Tax Assessors, Savannah.
Nov. 30, 1904.—Under a resolution of
this board taxpayers are hereby noti
fied that the assessment and valuation
of property for the year 1904, in the
absence of objections, will be contin
ued as the basis of taxation by the city
of Savannah for the year 1906, as to
real estate, Including improvements
covered thereby.
Objections, If any, must be made In
writing and filed in the office of the
Board of Tax Assessors within FIF
TEEN DAYS after the date of the
publication of this notice. No objec
tions will be considered unless verified
by an affidavit made by the property
owner or his agent, stating that the
property has been assessed higher
than Its actual market value.
In the absence of objections within
the time specified the assessment and
valuation will be considered as satis
factory, and will be binding for the
year 1905.
J. H. H. OSBORNE, Chairman.
Savnnnah, Ga., Nov. 30, 1904.
AOTICtt.
PROPERTY OWNERS DO NOT
wait until ordinance requiring you to
connect to new house drainage is en
forced. It will pay you to have It done
at once by the former Inspector of
plumbing, W. H. COSGROVE,
123 Drayton Street.
FOR SALE
COTTON SEED MEAL AND HELLS.
Sack, Ton, Carload.
SEABOARD COTTON OIL CO.,
SAVANNAH STEAM DYE WORKS,
19 York, West.
Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing.
Lace Curtains finished by steam.
Only skilled workmen employed.
Bell Phone 1145. Ga. Phone 1264.
GENERAL INSURANCE.
Fire, Marine, Storm, Accident, Sick
ness and Life Insurance. All other
forms of Insurance effected,
W, T. HOPKINS. Agent,
18 Bryan street, east. Phones 219.
Chas. Inglesby, Manager.
VEItUKI’S CAFE.
First-class restaurant.
Popular prices.
Dinners, with wine, beer or coffee,
25 cents. Try it once.
I BUY LIFE INSURANCE
Policies and pay more for them than
the companies do.
ALLAN SWEAT.
FOR SALE,
Retiring from business, I offer for
sails my feed business, wagons and
horses, in whole or In part.
M. H. HAYM,
Forest City Mills, 34 Montgomery st
Our 17th Annual
Holiday Sale
25 Per Cent OFF 25 Per Cent
This gives everyone an oppor
tunity to make someone happy
by giving them a most useful
and appreciated Holiday present.
1$ 00 Unld Kramer now 14 M
t 00 (V>ld Killed Frames now i.mi
I 00 Aluminum Kraeiea now .76
8.00 Beat Crystal Leasee now 160
Occulist prescriptions filled at
the same discount
Dr. M. Schwab’s Son
The Optician.
118 Bull Street.
Christmas
Fast
Approaching .
Tlie Delmonlco points
with pride to its past record
and assures its patrons that
it has even surpassed its ef
forts of last Christmas.
Savannnliians never had be
fore such a comprehensive
stock of pu~e and reputable
foods from which to select
Dainties and Delicacies for
the holiday season. Ali the
new' creations of food mak
ers are to be had here. The
Savannah housewife using
The Delmonlco never feels
that she must apologize for
the quality of any article of
food on her table. She is
kept up to date. because
this Pure Food Store Is In
touch with the world of food
makers. We show every
day new articles which are
absolutely unknown to many
Savannah grocerymen.
The housekeeper may do
her shopping with pleasure
in the Clean Store. No crates,
kegs or barrels about to snag
her frock—no trash or dirt
to soil her skirts.
Soms Suggestions .
Menier Powdered Chocolate,
no sugar required, dis
solve in milk and serve.
Bishop’s Crystalized Prunes,
stuffed with nuts.
Crystalized Fruit pound
boxes.
Crystalized Cherries, extra
large, pound boxeß.
Weisbnden Prunes, stuffed
in pound trunks.
Cresca Figs and Stuffed
Dales, pound boxes, extra
fine.
Cresca Raisins, pound trian
gular boxes.
Bishop’s Spiced Fruits,
neither sweet nor sour—
half and half.
Fruit Cakes
English and home-made.
Place your orders now for
Christmas delivery.
For the Holidays
Sherries direct from cellars
in Spain.
Delmonlco Pale, 60c bottle.
Delrnonico Old Brown. 75c
bottle.
Delmonlco Golden Bouquet,
SI.OO bottle.
Oloroso, $1.26 bottle.
V. O. S. Special, $1.50 bottle.
King’s Special, $2.00 bottle.
Special discounts on case
lots.
Dclmonico Pale for cook
ing—A fine rich wine, we
recommend to our patrons,
60c a bottle, $2.00 gallon.
Pure Gin ten Flour.
Dr. Thomas's Uncooked
Wheat Bread.
I’HE PURE FOOD STORE.
pELMONICo
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Bull and York. Phones 555.
AUCTION SALES FUTURE DAYS.
CARPETS, SECTIONAL BOOK CASE,
MIRROR FRONT WARDROBE,
ETC.
C. 11. DORSETT, Auctioneer,
Will sell MONDAY, DEC. 5, 11 a. m.,
at 22 Congress, west:
Six Carpets, four handsome Dining
Tables, set of line Dining Room Chairs,
Cherry Cabinet, small sectional Book
Case, child’s Brass Crib, handsome
Davenport, French Clock, massive oak
Library Table, two Folding Beds,
splendid leather Rocker, very pretty
Hall Rack, wulnut Bedroom Set, Hair
Mattress, Parlor Sets, Adjustable Chair,
Boston Extension Lounge, handsome
Dressing Case, Bedroom Set, splendid
oak Wardrobe, mirror front, Cooking
Stoves, Heaters, mahogany Rocker,
China, Snuff, Sewing Machines, Road
Cart and a large number of small ar
ticles, useful and ornamental.
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
JUVENILE BICYCLES AT *15.00,
the best bargain your ever saw, at B.
Volpin, 326 Broughton, west.
EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES
wanted. Apply Monday morning, 8
oktlock. Daniel Hogan.
WANTED, RELIABLE,
rienred cook; also housemaid. Apply
Monday morning 701 Whitaker street.
IF YOU WANT YOUR HORSE
shod or clipped In a first-class man
ner and special attention paid to any
lame forging, or any other trouble,
send them to J. W. Hunt, Jr., the
horseshoer and clipper, 306 Congress,
west.
FOR SALE, CHEAP, ONE NICE
saddle and buggy mare. Apply 212
Anderson, west, or 306 Congress, west.
PRINTER WHO UNDERSTANDS
platen press work wanted right away;
steady Job and good salary to relia
ble man, and none other need apply.
< ’nurler-1 nsnateii Dublin. Ga.
WANTED MEN EVERYWHERE;
good pay; to distribute circulars, adv.
matter, tack sings, etc.; no canvass
ing. National Adv. Bureau, Chicago.
WANTED, FIRST-CLABB BAND
sawyer, experienced In yellow pine
and harwood. Mason’s Agency, Nash
ville, Tenn.
WANTED, EXPERIENCED LOG
glng superintendent for largo coast
pine mill; good opening for a first
class man. Mason’s Agency, Nash
ville, Tenn.
WA NTE D. INTELLIGENT OF
flee boy, not afraid of work. Apply
our office. Savnnnnh Woodenwore Cos.
SOIREE, TUESDAY, DEC. 6, K.
P. Hull, corner Barnard and York
streeta; fine orchestra.
■PDCIAL N OTI CBS.
HOW’S YOUR PLUMBING?
Be BRODERICK.
242 Drayton St. Phone 10*7
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