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By ELLA Bt.TI.HR D AW.
THE PATCHWORK 0» » T.
Hoi long *c>' ti mm of oof iwtt
jMTMIi, *«.#l<* »IM lot t# a pics .0 b»-
ktll of Iki old (Hl'oltil ptidwork
guilt, oxtollittg ft* virttiN ii ifwl.ni
ml tiJuKtjf ml km infill bipif
m otoric* i f dayi otra tb* Iwaiaiii
pink pnfkia cgU*4 (or a gracaful
Mnpliaitt from -sh* oalj' man la iki
•otid. aad «*h*t» tb* • , app*ara»fe'’
Inn of blue percgl* wa« Ihe moil ar
liMlr rnratloe ever fimo.i* ts
Aa a Matter of fact the fnchaork
guilt la not to ha manned tv*r, (or It
baa aot y*t |»aa«d iaif. fod**d, jtfat
At freaeot It la la the fnM acaith of
Hi power. Toe (ad for the ailk crazy
guilt, that tnoet hldrao* of all bcesllcd
artthtle (BOBetroattlea. etna died tail,
and indefatigable uniui mult Pul
■ometbtag tn take It* piaee The patch
trnrk quilt offers a *p!f ndld npfy-rtna
tty for the e* tt up of all the actape
left from the dainty rummer tf •■*»•!
and tbfh. aga.a. ream* th* pieces to
ftrthrf I* B convenient talk for Ijhe
ref lew litth* girl whom «n bund* love
tn be booled with sewing that makes
thr m fee! like grown-up people. The
pretty pniehwo:k uul jstily t"KkM Ire
neat stitches s.Vuld b made, but it la
a good object lemon in rolori- W:h
careful teaching even the tntAt iuexpc
rienc*d can *oca learn to make really
exquisite tnoaalci of cotton aquae *
and stripes and triaugl***. These came
In very conveniently fqr the nursery
and for th* summer cm lay*, and arc
scmrtjgncA need for portiere* In the log
rabina in the raodnfaihd tn which
fashionables Icve to encamp *. during
the heated term, and where apace la
• limited, and pnulHpa* of Ol»'«ae al
most unknown. These quilts are es
pecially effective for the Iron bed
ataada now so popular, and they are
no*, m order to save tints. actually
manufactured on the nfsrbttfe. F6f y
serviceable one on atrip* iU tua key red
and white cotton cloth la mailt! as fal
lows: Cut white squares of about
three Inches and a half squares of red
and white of such a size that when a
red and white half square are served
together to make a square it will be the
exact size of the whole white square.
Put the first now toge her with al
ternate squares of the plain white and
the red and white. Make the next row
of p’ain red squares alternating with
the -cd and while ones. Sew tb-.' strips
together so that a plain square shall
always come beside the one made of
the Poo half squares. If the seams ate
felled down on'the wrong side, this
need nol ho lined,'and a white lace or
knotted ration fringe roaWeS a suitable
fidfsh' ’for the edges. • , • ;
■ A'quilt of the'na*!cnal colors Is
made In the "log-rabin" pattern. Cut
cotton cloth about fight Inches, square.
In the centre of the sqtmri baste a
tiny ag, cutting off one end. ao that It
will "be sqnare.' * • ,
On each of the four sides sew a one
jtich strip as white, cotjon' cloth. All
tiw piece* are jewed rm in this way.
The two edges are put together as vel
vetecen is hlif to the bottom of a shirt.
Sew the edges togelber and turn -he
last piece sewed on over on th cotton
foundation and baste .it down with
long stilches. Around the row of
white put a row o-f turkey red and
around that a row of blue bunting. Be
ginning with the white again the square
filled in this manner. The squares are
sewed together and the (Julit lined with
red. white and bine bunting.* Ribbon
Is used to bind the edges or to form
a fringe of red. white and blue hoops.
All this, according to the directions
given by an authority oa the subject,
A nOUNTAIN SOUVENIR
A very enterprising young matron
- in our midst boasts a quilt that Is the
envy of all beholders. Last Summer,the
■*lfT’health of her Invalid mother requir
ed that she spend three months on a
quiei mountain farm in middle Ten
nesfpe'.'*nte Mimate was delightful; the
’long riacs over the hills glorious; long,
dreamy afternoons, with an eatertain
'in g bop It, in a hammock, swung from
‘ apple.treee in the orchard, were ideal;
bur. after a time, all these things be
gan to pall, and the restless young
(kanMttna hagssn ks ineni sMfM tv aom* i
tk »« t» b«ir if - h*«t» •*“ *
maMPnlff » wh* hod bseß hii** *** ■ns *a * i
■imMWatß ar» man •#** wx"*nht s*kMh
MM Ml turn BS* twt'tM to >M !*»*>
jK.wae at *»no isssti a—*■ *— j
raotk din**, • «r*Bs d»nl H • fUor
•f Ufa aka had hitk*«««
, m>m«4 In pay * 4*ll *>• hue kaMkh
f-.«aul. a*J ao. tutm'-ng k*t fca»4* i*
: «•<*** aad Marartag Iwt h**4 w»K a
bat* a*a Vwa aka Martel mmt *■«***
|tka reach * oars Umm* b*»a lfw M«*a*
IKm If •«<>*»'ahtta rtacb* Mirk as can
MIM oa la :* MM44M T »a*f *a4 Bp
Iky tea* raaks fram tk* *.<*4 Haw
that aPßMt.awa ****** 4*** MM
•cao'sm* Wi a* la thr Ma arraaih
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M Nl tli# »«**» *• tH*i
vork 44# #nick’i
lim •%***** r»r4* 4 *9**4Vf r+ltr*
ra*-d «* tb* bm MW rnt!» of (k-cy
tTApI* Th n ah* mafl Brad, tear* k>«
[to t|Si. T b« rmtiil ••• tlfti i#o*
! inir ftnim of «it Is •'»* 4ft f
I tl Iftr llttlf h# lit til# lltll. rftrdtftft
• •il ftfti Ml tli' #rH»
StKN* mjnnrr tbNi* ttisitf'fti ftf# fft? ■
f ,t*f Oft bf tb# w ftirß of tft#
wttsuliii. ||# found It til, i»r®t»ftb*f
b*caa*c of tk* eoaal’ *. far aaor* ab
•oiiengly tatcrrsiln* than rmbroklM’y
«r i kiaa palatiag. Oa hrtcki as eraoon*
aba would carry k»r ap'aa'Bg wbaal out
en ter U>* tree# where tb* glata-rlad
' gr. nnd mad* a rtryrt far llacr and
si tier than any to b* found In psUar**
nnd where the maraeloua light* and
shades* ra the dtauant mountain*
made oumtiarleaa beautiful color effect*
never to be forgotten Ssunrtlm** both
hands aqd brain would remain Inactive.
' while *h* (*N dreamily into tb*
( dti*kr giadea where tb* aaowy abeep
w t» **en *a " hit* *wlt*f agalaat th*
dark bark* round of atoaa rev r*d rock*
sal tbi.-k underbrush Then aha wou’l
drop her work and p> to **ab the poke*
herrt** arlth which the efoth the apun
’add \o#e were died a *o!;d n!Bison
IVkn the late autsmer rain* cautwd
Aitgusi to stem akin to October, the
d «>* and window* of the tiny bouae
were eloaed. a great Are of cedar wood,
ao sweet and ao brilliant in tb* burning
wa* lighted, and th* work carried on
by its Aiful fleam*. Other mountain
folk timid at tbc right cf the “mtran
gt r," wonid tome time come in. and
atnrle* would be told of a life the city
wr men bad only thought of a* aome
ithing vague and unreal and sllgethcr
1 bookish. gouKilmei the gueal would
drop ber work to pop the aweet corn
jc.r lo rcast after a marvelu recipe the
tlay rusa<t apple* from tb* farm or
chard. serving them lo her t»o*t(«* in
1* great gourd she had picked with
I her own hands and dried In the hot
; noonday sun.
Oradttally the cotton became thread,
the thread cloth and the cloth amall
■quares of white and red, many of
which were avwid together by the del
, lca»e mother, who was never »o bright-
My inteioeted as in her daughter's slo
riee of the life in the hut on the hill.
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FAWN-COLORED PIQUE GOWN WITH BLUE RUCHES FROM HARPER’S BAZAR
THE _A_T7GTTBT-A- HERALD
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gaaiMa wee PMgeati aa*a thaw wo* tb*.
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eknaa the M«M dalwMfu! aad attogarh
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A CM ON #n ov.
A rlever asm* art *t who la aot
taafrittr to putting her art to Hr* ato*t
|Martini tan* it#«g«Mhi* laaMMnpoa
Ltng n.at g *OM WHb th> Mca A
[eryr and obat p»o»M are •NHAtHnoa
•00l jic terai the atoat ' >aip »»«'bi'
red ha t. have It IB tbelr prw*» .a io*IA
pnatftfety wild with aavy (b ts#‘ who
tar* the Moe* d airabie g • d«a or
s*raa*a tagt*'< TkM ta tboie bp the
•iMpl* otetbol of the eramaa wan of
I a air wearing lost esartly tb< eight iM*
What to wear, la a problem very f»w
woawn have be* a o>l*e enough tn anlvn
and It la one that la eternally ex ■ *lag
he fem'aiae niiod so perhaps the wg
gratlnaa aa to becoming aad appmp i
ate colura made by tbla et*rer art *!.
ma* prove welcctoe even become valo
abi* to the worn*n wb» think* th*
color of her hair ta aa eternal draw
back lo all revelling la the brilliant
tints which appeal to oa* with au-b
lipeatstlbla charm at tbla season of th*
To brain with th* woman with red
hair fhootd never popular opinion to
the contrary notwithstanding wear
hint of any «had* Primroa* yellow is
an **r*ltrni tint for th* woman teith
r*4 hair..hut dear amber k< h*r very
*«l coin#. Aor iif i* good bat aot
bloe-pnrpl*. lovrnder should be avoid
ed. Pale yellow pink can be used spar
ingly. when the red hair ta areoippg
nled by clear complexion. This I* tiAed
lo advantage aa the lining of a hat or
collar, a knot of ribbon, or for trim
ming a y#llowi*b-whit* dr*«s. ('reatpy
white la tie *pratal privilege rs the td
man with red hair, and rheene-cluth la
recommended as one cf the prettiest
tints. Blue white and dead white ar#
to be systems'lcally shunned.
Ordinary reds are not becoming, but
red* ’t'th aa amber glint are Intensely
ao. a* Is a yellowish brown. If the red
batr Is aer inipan.rd by green eyes
they can be matched, says this mist
tone-oliaereant artist, by a slight In
tensiAcd tone of color, with aquamar
ine. which la exquialte In soft materia!
with ornaments of dull gold.
Red or sandy-haired people with
brown eye* are advised lo study tht
dull autuntil tints, letting the brial'i
ones alone and selecting sunset and
dead-leaf green. A dead-leaf gteen vel
vet kat with shrimp-pink lining if
highly recommended for the woman
with this particular coloring.
No matter what the color of the «yes
black always goes with red hair, and
black velvet or lace are considered
must I >coming with a color note tntto
uuced by the addition of pale yellow
AN SPSN LETTER
. % ft* #T *< TH* m*n WR IlHiltT W
t 9 5 r.Ttssssr* **"
* h Oft ftMMuf L of ity*i**‘ *, M*u*k**rtU,
rn* p* v, } <iUr $ »CASTORIA." ike tame thaf
hot some aad dots mm bar V oa mery
the fac»timile tigaaiaro of # rapper.
ftUa it tilt arifjtfitd -C ASTORIA ahick hat tffA used M
the hornet qf the Mathert qf America far over thirty gran.
tOOK CAREFULLY at the trapper and tea that d it
the kind tpm hare almagt bought n . "** m
and kat the ngnaiurt of Cma/t/ffxm&Cti
pee. So one hat authority from me to urn my name except
The Centaur Company, yf tehuh Chat, H. tletcher it PretidcnL
March24. h: ‘ s
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do nnt the life of your child by accepting
a chrap aubniituic which aoroe dru^i 1 * may ortrr you
<l*rcause he make* a frw more pennir* on it), the hv
vrrtlit lit* of which ftftl he dt>ca n«t know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARd the signature of
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
m Htrawmi. t» •»»*** »*••«* ..*»«•«»
I LOWI’RS I ON Tltr SPHINU.
The hid for having ih* matertnla for
gewns. etc.. In nrrard. both in shade
and design, w'th th* aaa*' n of ihn y*tr
la which they nr* to be worn, was
moat charmingly tlluatmird In dn c*
qulsit* Parisian outfit imported, this
spring, by a gvocrou* Augustan, for b
fnrtunnt* young relaltre In another
city. A large percentage of ,h * eight
een g- wns. meal of whleh wera of silk,|
were dia(lngni»hcd by a floral dealgb
in natural colors. Th* moat f rfrai
skirt In tb* lot wa* cf heavy silk hro
ended til over In greet pink. red. and
pale yellow rosea. Not a line cf trim
ming mam d the artistic creation and
Ihe bodice of pink silk and Inee blen
ded in with It. rather than detracted
from the effect of the roses. An en
tire dinner gown was of while silk
with black satin Mrlpcs cn cither side
cf which wet* tlffy wreal he* of crlmaon
holle. The most delicate tn rosebuds
wrrr sprinkled over a cream silk gown
with infinitesimal!:' small yellow but
tercups flowcird a nary blue allh walk
ing gown, A brown cloth Jacket from
Rcdfcrn had a whit* silk lining and
was trimmen In bands of crenm lace In
fleral designs, and a small driving <ffr
of biscuit cloth via embroidered lb
gold lllle*. A long opera rloak cf
heivy corded silk and velvet was al
most covered with raised velvet Macs.
A flawlessly beautiful creation wa* u
tea gown of ehina blue stlk of an ex
ceptionally heavy quality flcwered wilgi
tiny Dresden wreathe* of pink Vosehuda
partly veiled in places by rascadca cf
rich cream lace. Theae were only a
few of the many lovely gowns, almost
all of which were accompanied by hats
literally ladrn with flowers.
On the flat lop of one of the Pyrenees
mountain* la the smallest republic in
the world. It Is the Independent Re
public of Oaust; has an area of one
square mile; hBS only one hundred and
forty voter* nnd I* governed by a pres
ident and council of twelve. It has ex
isted since 1648, when both France and
Spain recognized its independence.
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ATLANTIC LEAD Highest grad*
Lead la 'United States. Known
so for 50 years.
BUCK LEAD—Port Lead. Port Zinc’
Many prefer this combination to
Pure Lead. We like Buck Lead
on our own property. l-4c.
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OIL—
Largest stock at lowest quota
VARNISHES AND TURPENTINES—
All the makes of Varnishes.
DRY COLORS AND IN OILS—I Car
Mineral Paint, for outhouses,
roofs, fences, etc.
BRUSHES —Faijpt, Whitewash, Var
PLA3 TI CO —Her f Wall Eivdsh Inside.
Don’t oddok. Don't' peel. Get
<3Ol ■> •
THE HOWARD'S WILLET DRUG CC
THE r MPWCI.L PRDPr.nTT. near'
Georgia ItallronH Hank far *»> ■« •
bargain. 146 frat fratit «ni klelntoah. SIS
feet dr*p. with jm* dwelling us U n>*mr. <
jrwie us « mom*. J SI urn* and vseani Kit
I Sou. Its. 112 and U 0 Mclnlusß ttr«*t.
I Make me art offer. ,
IoNLY CHANCE ~ ,
Just now to boy •> h one in
! North Auguaia. wkey#. you will enjoy
living winter and summer, and nil have
[io go tn lb* mountain* for breesea I
t parly moving north only t- •»*o'i for i
selling Dwelling * rooms, outhouses,
good water. Lot 5«x20» feet.
' A SNAP.
' 4* acres good land, new house and
! outtaMiac*. good water, lot nnd garden
fenced, nU-r pasture, orchard, grapes.
1 |M-arhe», etc; Hist clans crop on this
land; all necessary farming Imple
‘ments, wsgi-n. horse, cow and calf, tur- ,
| key*, chicken* nnd bogs. Thl* place I* ,
Lg the line of the Georgia railroad, nra r
Augusta, and party want* to go north j
at onpe. To a quick buyer—
Lsoiarfl F. Verflery
I Real Estate Agent, , * Library Row.
tiy using one of Our odorless Refrtger-
I a tor*—the Dewey just annihilates hot
I weather. Klondike, Gurney and Eclipse
are oil good; everyone guaranteed; *»■
! ter coolers, cedur chests; ice cream
freezers. See our Une of bedroom suits,
$25. Baby Carriages for W- We will
make terms and price* to suit you.
904 liroad Street.
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BRAINS AND PUSH,
; SPENDING OF LARGE
SUMS OF MONEY
-1 • i; j,
SOnE OF THE METHODS THAT
( MAKE THE HERALD FAiIOUSr
. ;; , • ■:, -■/ ' -.VVv ■
Uncle Sam’s Navy, Port*
folio No. 8, just received
at Herald Office.
3 TO 7 AND II TO 16
We have* a saw more SUITS than w« with
to carry ov«r until next nwiion. in Junior# Irom
3to 7 year*, and in Children# from II to Id
yoart. which, thi* week, will b« Hold At a tpnoifJ
low price. You will BAVitmonny by buying your
child a Suit now. A good invv*tm«nt for ah
extra Suit it Always proper to have on hand.
The Children’s Department.
I. C. Levy’s Son & Co.,
AUGUSTA. .... GEORGIA
Aipsta Brewing Co’s
ALT [XTR ACT
NOW ON THE MARKET.
CALL FOR IT.
Yellow Pine Lumpcrj
leth tl BUT. NFAP FLICIEIC BAILWAY POWEB HOUSE
gw mu KuhK 14. 4 • AVCVtTA. OA.
THE LARGEST BREWERY IN THE SOUTH.
FOR BALE EVERYWHERE IN AUGUSTA —ABK FOR IT.
E. SHEEHAN, Agent.
Special Low Prices
* at the
Augusta China House,
704 Broad Street,
For Ice Cream Freezers, Water
Coolers. Refrigerators and Ice
Four rooms on Sand Hills in
\»eiy desirable location. Bath
Room, Hot and Cold Water, &c.,
&c. Possession July, I.
JOHN W. DICKEY. ’
Leors, £ash, Blinds,
Shingles, Wood & Coal.
2040 WALTON WAY. >
BELfi- TELEPHONE NO. 2b»l. A
Summerville Plumbing Company
«W-J-iumbing. Sewering and VauUlating
Steam and Hot Water Hoating a Specisl'y.
gay-Estima es Oiven on Alt K-ititii.of
fipe Work. All Work Guaranteed.