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NEWS OF A DAY IN
GEORGIA’S CAPITAL
RESPITE for jack bone
ms BEES granted by the gov
ernor.
This I* t< Enable a Commlialon to
I'axa Upon the Question of Ilia
Sanity—Physicians Will Pass Upon
the Case—lf Insane Bone Will Not'
lie Hanged, But Will Be Sent to the
Asylum.
Atlanta, Dec. 17.—Gov. Terrell to
day respited Jack Bone of Rome, sen
tenced to be hanged Monday for the
murder of Zach Hall, until Jan. 13, for
the purpose of giving time for inquiry
to be made into the question of his
sanity.
Several affidavits were presented to
the Governor from reputable people,
going to show that Bone is mentally
unbalanced. The Governor will, there
fore, in accordance with the act of
1903, appoint a commission of physi
cians to inquire into Bone’s mental
condition. If this commission reports
that he is sane he will be hanged with
out further proceedings; if insane, he
will be sent to the asylum until he
recovers, when the sentence of the
court may be executed.
This is the third case which the Gov
ernor has acted on under the law of
1903, which does not permit a person
convicted of a capital crime to appeal
to the courts after conviction on the
ground of insanity.
JjUH.tcOO From Fertiliser Fees.
Commissioner of Agriculture O. B.
Stevens has paid into the treasury $61,-
000 from fertilizer inspection fees for
the year 1904, the last payment of $lO,-
000 having been made yesterday. This
means the inspection of 610,000 tons of
fertilizers, all of which has been sold
in Georgia during the year, an increase
of nearly 200,000 tons over last year.
The oil inspection fees turned into the
treasury will amount to an additional
SIO,OOO from the same department.
Mr*. Goliay Was la Jacksonville.
A postal card received to-day from
Mrs. Mary Gobay of 305 Crew street,
who mysteriously left her husband and
six children last Monday, Indicates
that she was in Jacksonville, Fla., at
the time the postal was written. The
postal simply said, "Am in Jackson
ville, but will go on to Cuba. How
are the children?’’
Mrs. Gobay’s actions are wholly in
volved in mystery. An effort will be
made to have her detained.
Makes Them Superstitions.
The negroes of Atlanta are in a
stew over the disappearance of an old
negro named Bill Render, 60 years old.
Render was last seen going into the
Atlanta Medical College, and has not
since been located. Superstitious ne
groes are avoiding the college, though
it Is located near one of their set
tlements. Asa matter of fact, It is
stated, Render went to the college to
be treated for some ailment, accom
panied by another negro. He went
out another door from that by which
he entered and his companion missed
him. He is a simple-minded negro
and is supposed to be wandering some
where around the city.
To Increase Its Capital.
Secretary of State Phil Cook to-day
granted an amendment to the charter
of the Sea Island Bank of Statesboro,
permitting it to Increase Its capital
stock from $25,000 to $50,000.
FAVORS ARBITRATION.
Jacksonville Board of Trade Adopt
ed Resolution*.
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 17.—The
Jacksonville Board of Trade, an organ
ization of 400 leading business men,
to-day adopted the following resolu
tion and forwarded the same to Sec
retary of State John Hay:
"Resolved, by the Board of Trade of
Jacksonville, Fla., that we favor
every step taken by the government
of the United States toward the at
tainment of peaeful settlements of all
international questions that may arise
between this and other nations, and
especially do we respectfully urge our
senators to favor all treaties coming
before them having this end In view.”
A resolution was also adopted peti
tioning the Secretary of State to “use
your great diplomatic inAuence to in
duce Great Britain to withdraw from
China the opium treaty characterized
as the enemy of the honest trade of
every nation, since it destroys the buy
ing power of China In all the markets
of the world by Impoverishing millions
of people.”
Urookß Doing Well.
Raleigh, N. C., Dec. 17.—H. Mortimer
Brooks, of New York, who was ac
cidentally wounded on a hunting ex
pedition ndar Pittsboro, this state, re
cently, has so far recovered from his
injury as to be able to sit up. He will
leave Pittsboro next Wednesday on a
special train for New York.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
TURKEY'S! TURKEYS!
1,000 Turkeys to arrive and for sale
by
U. PUTZEL.
THE DIXIE STRAW LAUNDRY.
A New Enterprise.
I have recently purchased the Peer
len Steam laundry, thoroughly over
hauled, refitted with modern ma
chinery and am prepared to do all
kinds of family work. Collars, Cuffs
and Shirts a specialty, and respect
fully ask a portion of your patronage.
With prices fair and courteous treat
,n?nt. .1, If. FI RMER,
Belli Phone 11RS. Georgia phone 1907,
A POINTER FOR CHRISTMAS.
Got the Mttle Folks on up-to-date
wheels.. Our tx'Miitlfiil line of I INIS
•liiveniie Hleyele* arc now trail), and
at your price*.
C, IIAMP. LEOPOLD,
No. 11l Drayton St. Pliones 11X2
DIVIDEND NOTICE NO. 14.
Office of Chatham Reel Estate and
Improvement Cos., Dee. k. 19U|. -The
Botd of Directors have this day de
clered • seml-annusl dividend of I
P*r cant, on the capital elock payable
on and after tha flat day of Decern
bar I9|
- The tranaf<r hooka will he closed
from Dec. U to 11, 1991,
E. W. OASDSM, •< y m 4 Tiaaa.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
FANCY FLORIDA ORANGES.
480 Boxes Oranges, "Fancy Stock, in
lots to suit, at
L. PUTZEL.
NOTICE.
Neither the master, owners nor
charterer of the British steamship
Commonwealth will be responsible for
any debts contracted by the crew.
J. DAVIES, Master.
FOR SALE
COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS.
Sack, Ton, Carload.
SEABOARD COTTON OIL CO.,
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
Large stock bright new goods.
Special prices. Also Lime, Cement,
Plaster, etc.
Georgia ’Phone, 347; Bell 'Phone, 425.
SAVANNAH LUMBER CO.
•JUST ARRIVED FANCY KING AP
PLES
Fancy Apples of all kinds.
Bananas, any size bunches
FIRE WORKS—FIRE CRACKERS.
COLLINS, GRAYSON & CO.
Both ’phones 244.
JUST TO REMIND YOU.
White Rose Lime, fresh every day.
Atlas Portland Cement, none better.
Atlas Ready Mixed Paint. “Ahco”
Varnish Stain, a superior article. Gold
Leaf, fresh shipment. Builders’ sup
plies’ of every description.
ANDREW HANLEY CO.
SAVANNAH BANK AND TRUST CO.
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 15, 1904.—The
directors have this day declared a
semi-annual dividend of $3.00 per
share on the capital stock of this
bank, payable on and after Jan. 1,
i 905, to stockholders of record this
date. S. L. CLAY, Cashier.
NOTICE.
Neither the owners, master nor the
agents of the British steamship
Heathcraig will be responsible for any
debts contracted by the crew of said
steamship.
H. VOGEMANN, Agent.
NOW IS THE TIME TO DO IT.
Clean up the dainty little pieces for
the season, so long folded away and
not used. We make them as good
as new and just as pretty. Our work
men are skilled.
SAVANNAH STEAM DYE WORKS,
Ga. Phone 1264. 21 York, west.
FLAG COMPETITION.
Ten dollars will be awarded for the
best design submitted for a Aag 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.
OY’STERS. OYSTERS. OYSTERS^
Oysters and the best of oysters!
served In every style and delivered to
any part of the city.
SCHWARZ CAFE.
P. S. —Remember that you may or
der here anything that the market
affords. Regular breakfasts and sup
pers 35c. Corner Congress and Whit
aker.
—————
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.
nOW'S YOUR PLUMBING?
See BRODERICK.
242 Drayton St. Phone 1077.
I Birr LIFE INSURANCE
Policies and pay more for them than
the companies do.
ALLAN SWEAT.
FURS, FURS, FURS.
I recut, refit and work over furs to
make them as pretty as new and Just
as pood. Let me do your work.
Phone 844. B. SIMON,
NOTICE.
Neither the Master, Owners nor
Charterer of the British steamship
Ripley will be responsible for any
debts contracted by the crew.
JOHN D. LEITCH, Master.
LILIES OF THE VALLEY,
American Beauty Roses, Double
Violets. Something extra handsome
are these products of our greenhouse.
JOHN WOLF.
Phones 634. Ott and Anderson Sts.
YV. T. HOPKINS,
General Insurance,
18 Bryan street, east. Phones 219.
Chas, Ingleshy. Manager.
POLLYCHKOME RIBBON.
Have you seen it? Writes in two
colors. The latest models of the
Remington Typewriter are the only
machines equipped with this new de
parture in typewriting.
R. M. HULL. Sole Dealer,
10 Drayton street
DIY IDEM* NO. S.Y
The Oglethorpe Saving* and Trust Cos.
Savannah, Ga.. Dec. 13, 1904.
A dividend of three (3) per cent,
on the capital stock has been declared
by the Board of Directors from the
'•nmingi of the past six month*, pay
ab'e on and after Dec, 20. 1904,
JNO. M, BRYAN, Cashier.
ARRIVING DAILY.
Florida Ornnges, Tangerines, Grape
Fruit, Pineapples, Tomatoes, Choice
Selected Tennessee Turkeys, Poultry,
Kggs, Cspe Cod Cranberries, at
K. MEYERS A CO.'M,
111 and 820 Hryan street esst
Bell Phons 2312
Oft KIM GROCERY STAND
I OR KENT
From Jan 1, the late J. T. Flem
ing's green grocery. No. 101 Henry,
•set can tw rented by a desirable
Wm i, Mine ALLY. JR.
If Aryan. Kent.
AVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1904.
One For All
The family to enjoy. The Pope-
Waverley Electric Surrey seats a
good sized family comfortably. It
is free from noise, vibration, odor
and all mechanical complications.
It is simple to operate and control,
is very fast and perfectly reliable.
For Those Who Desire a Fast Gasoline Car We Have
THE COMPLETE LINE OF “FORD’S’’ RUNABOUTS.
TONNEAU CARS AND TOURING CARS,
AND THE “MICHIGAN” LIGHT TOURING CARS,
Any One of Which will Give Perfect Satisfaction.
Storage, Repairing, Supplies, Etc.
We are well equipped for storing and repairing all makes of ma
chines, furnishing parts and supplies for same. Our services are
prompt and our charges reasonable.
Electric Supply Cos.,
‘Phones No. 0. *lO9 Bull Street.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
WE INVITE SPECIAL ATTEN
TION TO OUR STOCK OF
DIAMOND JK'VV’ELRY. WE
HAVE NO GOODS ON COM
MISSION, THEREBY SAVING
TO THE BUYER THE INTER
EST USUAL TO COMMISSION
ACCOUNTS.
TIIEUS & CO.
TO CAPTAINS, MASTERS, MATES
AND SAILORS.
The latest New York, Boston. Phila
delphia and other daily newspapers;
weekly journals and monthly maga
zines: books and cheap literature;
letter and note paper, pens and Ink.
—at —
ESTILL’S NEWS DEPOT,
18 Bull street,
corner of Bryan street (near the U. S.
Custom House).
COTTON IS ALL HIUIIT\
I dye cotton just as good as wool
Lace dyed to match any dress.
Feathers dyed and cleaned like
new. Gents’ Suits and Overcoats
dyed or cleaned to perfection. Blan
kets and lace curtains. Ditto dry
cleaning and mourning blacks a spe
cialty at GROGAN’S NEW YORK
DYE WORKS. Whitaker and State
streets. Both phones 943. Estab
lished 1891.
(Wonderful Touring)
Ii Record |
O The Oldsmobile Light Touring Car made a remarkable record
. in the famous run from New York to St. Louis last August. The Lj
M fact that it accompliahed tbi* 1500 mile journey with only one in- |§
voluntary atop (the breaking of a chain; prove* it* reliability on B
■ any trip over all kind* of road*. j,,
It finished among the first a every control and bad less trouble
n in breakage than any other car on the road. Over rough road* it 8
M could be driven faster than cars costing $15,000.00. The perform- B
Oldsmobile Ugh! Tonneau Car ■
■ was the talk of the run and ia evidence of what you yourself can do H
19 with the machine. For $950.00 i* given mote than the to-called B
H $1,250.00 value in other light touting cars. B
H More than 10 b. p.; roomy luiunous tonneau; 1905 design of H
■ body. The handsomest Automobile Catalogue of the year trill b* n
B sent upon request. B
ES OISmmMIv Ifc s. Sou4*H lw,w<u. M* Mi Twist ksaekeuf. 171 C, 00, Mf
lift* Tim mm Cm, SO 0.00 mi s*s I. e. k. I
fM OLDS MOTOR WORKS, DETROIT, MICH.
W t. A. MRyaow, J
K g 241 Hull fllrast. istauiuUi, Os. B
An Ideal
%mas Present
For any member of the family. A
Model 36 Pope-Wavorley Electric
Runabout- Fast, simple to control,
noiseless, odorless, no vibration
and always ready. Can be easily
operated by any member of the
family.
A Big Bargain
For someone. A Model 21 Runa
bout—the last one we have of this
type. Not quite as fast as some oth
er members of the Pope-Waverley
family, but it will go anywhere
i
, any of the others will go, and Is
just ns easily operated.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Kruit, Pound and Wine Cakes, and
Home Made Mince Meat Pies
FOR CHRISTMAS.
210 Jefferson, 129 Liberty, east, and 710
Habersham; Bell ’phone 1686; Geor
gia 'phone 1742. Order
Earlir.
Mince Pies from now on if ordered a
day ahead.
A. C. OELSCHIG & SON,
Floral Decorators.
Handsomest Palms and Ferns in the
Southern states. Cut Flowers and
Floral Designs. Your orders solicited.
Both phones 4 96.
J. GART 'UR, Agent, 18 Broughton
street, eas
Take dinner to-day at Som
mers’ Cafe, Union Station. Noth
ing better In town. Private din
ing rooms. Superb service.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Neither the master nor the agents of
the British steamship Epsom will be
responsible for any debts contracted
by the crew of said vessel.
WILLIAMSON & RAUERS,
Agents.
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 18, 1904.
For Christmas
Will Our
1905 Franklins
arrive, and if you haven't
quite made up your mind
Just what to get then let us
lead you In the direction of
a mighty strong automobile
proposition.
The 1905 Franklins
The 1905 Franklins are the
best in every detail and they
possess wonderful power and
with it lightness. The tire
cost Is reduced to a mini
mum in the 1905 Franklin
and this is a point well
worth considering. When
you get a machine to do all
the Franklin is capable of
and that in a way so eco
nomical you at once know
you own a good thing. Many
automobiiists are waiting
for the Franklin and we
hope to have them in good
service by Christmas day.
The Olds
Touring Runabout
at $775
Is just the thing for a me
dium priced holiday gift.
Think what pleasure you can
give someone by purchas
ing this nice machine. Look
at its handsome lines and
come to us and learn more
about it. This Olds is up to
date and gives perfect sat
isfaction.
The Cadillac
is here as of old and Is of
fered on the merits of Us
own record right here In Sa
vannah. The Cadillac never
disappoints. It has the go
there-and-back habit. We
sell
Pope Toledos
and Columbias.
The Christmas Tree
Will not go up In the new
garage this season. Next
year, though, we will be sure
to have one. By the way,
have you engaged a home
for your machine In our new
building? If you have not,
now Is the time. The ad
vantages to every machine
owner are quite patent. No
such building can be found
south of Washington, and
no garage in the country
will have better facilities.
We
Repair Automobiles
in the good old Bryson way.
Bryson and all the rest of
the establishment know how
to do the work. Why not get
the best attention for your
valuable machine. It’s
cheaper In the end to go to
the right place.
T. A. BRYSON,
242 Bull Street,
and
Perry street, facing Chip
pewa Square.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
CHAMPNEY’S ISLAND PROPERTY.
On Tuesday, Jan. 3, 1905. the above
property will be offered for sale to
the highest bidder before the Court
House door in Darien. Ga. The prop
erty consists of an island in the Al
tamaha River, in Mclntosh County, tho
land being in a high state of cultiva
tion, well ditched and banked, and one
and a half miles from Darien, Ga.
There are 750 acres of rice land and
160 acres of original swamp. The time
from Savannah to Darien by steamer
is from eight to ten hours. The time
from Savannah to Darien by rail is
3*4 hours. This is now and has been
In the past, one of the finest rice plan
tations on the South Atlantic coast.
T. M. CUNNINGHAM. Treasurer.
A CHRISTMAS BAZAAR.
Mrs. Louis Lippman Is holding a
bazaar for the sale of Fancy Hand
made Novelties at moderate prices for
the Xmas holidays. All are cordially
invited to attend. Open day and even
ing, beginning on Thursday, Dec. 15,
and to continue ten days.
MRS. LOUIS LIPPMAN,
418 E. Huntingdon street.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
To my Friends and the Public: I
am established in business for my
self and would be pleased to have
your patronage.
JACOB STERNBERG.
At Simon & Sternberg’s, 15
Broughton street, east.
THE KIND YOU SHOULD BUY.
/Sg£% VERTICAL FILES Because it is the kind that
KEEPS TOGETHER all your correspondence, what
\l you write and what you receive, and enables you
to read both sides b> one reference.
s COPIER copies your letters au- = J&Dp
f%|r tomatically in less time than
\ZJSy takes TO WRING THE CLOTHS
by the letter book method and saves the
enormous cost of the copy books.
M. S. & D. A. BYCK, T C
Stationers, Printers and Office Oolfillors, “ffif {&_
Bland Books of AU Kinds for the New Year. Loose Leaf Ledgers
sod Post Binders for Immediate Delivery.
PHONE US AND OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL CALL
Good News
From the East
The vice president of one of the
largest rubber concerns In this coun
try paid us a visit last week. He noted
that we still had the
AUTOCAR AGENCY
and remarked that he was in Ardmore,
Pa., the previous week, and placed
his order for a Type Eleven Autocar.
We desired to know Why, as we also
knew that it would be impossible for
him to have other tires than those
made by a RIVAL TIRE CONCERN.
His statement in substance was as
follows; “I have been using a 30-35
11. P. Touring Car of Standard make
the past season, but I desired a Car
that Was FOOL PROOF and that the
up-keep, would be small. I knew the
past reputation of AUTOCARS, and
I also knew their Manufacturer, Mr.
Spears, whom I consider the best con
nected with the trade. I consider the
type Eleven AUTOCAR the BEST
American production.’’
THE FIRST TYPE ELEVEN AU
TOCAR
will reach us about Jan. 15, ’O6.
THE TYPE EIGHT AUTOCAR
TOURING CAR $1,400,
Complete, Three Lamps, Horn. Storm
Apron, No Extras, No Freight.
The only strictly high-grade touring
Car. WITH A REPUTATION, at 'a
moderate price.
THIS IS THE CAR YOU SHOULD
CONSIDER.
It Is Impossible to And a finer or more
luxuriously finished Car at any price.
You may get more speed, you can get
more size. Thirty-live miles an hour
by a watch is about as fast as the
average person should drive.
THE AUTOCAR RUNABOUT
continues to please. Just ask any
owner what he thinks of it. We do not
expect these cars to be doing their best
until after they have seen a year's
service. Canopy tops. with glass
fronts, for Autocars will be here this
week.
THE NORTHERN RUNABOUT RE.
DUCKD TO $650.
a quiet gasoline runabout, that a lady
CAN START. Positively no vibration
Tracks In our roads. Well made, beau
tifully finished. Cheap enough to buy
for a Christmas present. We have
these Cars in stock and ready for im
mediate delivery.
A FEW SPECIALS.
Franklin Model B. Shipped
from factory in Oetobed.. Com
plete with searchlight, a se
lected machine. Our price..si, 800 00
One Stevens-Duryea $ 800 00
Three Oldsmoblies, In fine con
dition. take your pick at 250 00
NEW CADILLAC, FISK WE
TACHABLE TIRES, 30x314.. 750 00
HAVE A LOOK IN OUR WINDOW
If you need anything for an automo
bile. You will And our prices right.
REPAIRING.
it Is a funqy thing, but you continue
to read of the wonderful work that Is
being done, or could be done, and the
next day you And that we Wad to send
■to New York for a meohanio\ind we
think him a very good mai\ WE
KNOW we have the mechanics, have
always had them. You take no chances
in sending your Car to us. What’s
the use in t'aklng chances.
R. V. CONNER AT,
No. 18 State Street, East,
_ BUSINESS NOTICES.
FINER THAN EVER.
Your Xmas turkey will be plump
and tender if bought here. I am
careful that no old birds come into
my store. Better leave your order
now and be on safe side.
My duck hunter is out now making
preparation to supply me. Plenty fine
fruits, Bon Voyage, Nobiscos and fruit
cakes. JAB J. JOYCE.
■Phonew 107.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I desire to inform the public that
the undertaking business of the late
J. H. Johnson will be continued at the
same pluce, No. 331 Jefferson street,
and I beg the public for a continuance
of their patronage and good will, as
suring them of same prompt and
careful attention and courteous treat
ment that have characterized this
business in the past.
Mr. W. R. Fields, who has for some
time been closely associated with Mr.
J. H. Johnson in the management of
the business, will assume its general
management and devote his entire
time to same, and to all who entrust
any business or engagement* to him I
guarantee perfect satisfaction.
EDWARD E. DESVERNEY,
Administrator.
STANDS
READINESS
With every link in its ma
chinery strengthened, every
bearing lubricated, every will
willing, and every precaution
perfected to preclude any
possible hitch In its mechan
ism Tlie Delmonlco is in per
fect preparedness for the
struggle of the week! Ready
to meet an unprecedented de
mand! Ready to break its
record of a year ago! Bright
and early Monday morning
its doors will be thrown open ,
for the greatest week's busl- f
ness in Its career. Never be- 1
fore has a Savannah roof
covered such a comprehen
sive line of groceries—Pure
Foods!
And That’s Not Alll
Every price is as low if
not lower than elsewhere—
and. still, (Quality Itcrorc
Price! Every sanitary law is
observed from pit to dome,
every service gives satisfac
tion, and many are the goods t
found here which are abso- 5
lutely unknown to other Sa
vannah grocers!
Delmonico’s
Wine Department.
A bewildering aggregation
of line old brands!
Sherries: Old Brown, Gold
en Bouquet, Oloroso, V. o.
8. Special, King's Special.
A few lines of Old Vintage
Wines—something extraordl- J
narv! '
Chateau bottlings of Clar
ets.
Old Cognac Brandies In
Bulk.
Apricot Brandies.
Hungarian Tokay, Madei
ra.*, Ports and Sauternes.
Sweet Wines: Catawba, To
kay. Scuppernong, Muscatel.
Whiskies: Bottled In Bond
—Old Overholt, Old Crow,
Old Hermitage, Mellwood.
Scotch Whiskies: King
William, Club Blend, Usher's, j
Black antj White. Dewar's. I
Fine Cigars.
Hernan Cortez.
Park & Tilford’s Ml Fav
orita.
Sanchez & Haya’s Clear
Havana.
El Principe de Gales in
Holiday Boxes.
A Holiday List.
Malllard's Chocolates. Bon i
Bons and Caromels.
Delmonlco Chocolates and
Bon Bons.
Extra Large Paper Shell
Pecans.
New Assorted Nuts.
Fancy Ra.lslns, 7-Crown
Extra Large in 5’4-pound
cartons.
English Fruit Cakes.
Plum Pudding.
Stuffed Raisins and Dates.
Figs Stuffed with Nuts.
G. & D.’s and Atmore's ,
Mince Meats.
Stuffed and Plain Olives.
Fancy Oranges and Ap
ples.
Salted Almonds.
Shelled Popcorn.
Home-Made Cakes.
The Delmonlco takes or
ders for Home-made Fruit
Cakes, Chooolnte Cakes,
Marshmallow Cakes and l,ay
er Cakes lor ChHstma* deliv
ery.
Choicest Celery.
A shipment, of extra fine
Celery will reach Tlie Del
monlco for Christmas Eve
delivery. Orders will be book
ed during the week. Early
orders are requested as there
Is not likely to be any of this
shipment available late In
the week.
Any orders for Christmas
Goods may be booked .with :
Tlie Delmonlco In advance— I
delivery marie ns designated.
THE PURE FOOD STORE.
nELMONico
c Qmpan^
Bull and York. Phones 555.
Boys’ aod Girls' Wheels.
We have beauties at I1B —a
regular snap for Santa Claus.
0. W. THOMAS,
Jefferson and Broughton Lime.
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