Close Oil lie Ea'ance of Girdles CDllanfl
$3 00, $4, $6, $6 and $7.00 Ones
Your Pick for $1 and $2.
LEWIS J. SCHAUL. jeweler.
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The Everett Piano
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Come In and talk
with us about It.
Trim l«dmU T«rm» Ewy
First Class Tuning
and Repair Work.
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A Number at Pretty Vlailooi That arc
At nppt nr Tfcer*.
■fndl l»> The llrrtM,
Aandrravtih-. On., Jul r Tt —Mia* Mln
•l* Ckrek#r, of MlllfdgevHl*, u nutting
friend* M lb# rlljf.
Mlmi Je«< U J«hn#r*». of Cochran la
lb# gnesi of her rlilrr, Mra O' O. Dn
via, oik North Hart la at real.
Ulaa Or la a Boyer. of Hawklnsvtlle la
•tatUM irtoada aad relatives In Kan
Ktaaaa Carat# and Bmmlr - Carter,
« RuaMll. Gu« and Jaa
Carter, of Ravannah. are visiting Ih#
family of Mr. nd Mra. Jno B Wilkin
* it at roieat Orov#.
Mlaa Kata Con#, ona of Milledgevllle*
falrral daughters. la Gie aural of Mlaa
a il# Brown.
Mlaa Btetle Ira#, of ffavaginah la vla
itlnai Mlaa Jail* Mod##.
Mr. W. L. Orr. of Calvin Tex.. la a
LADIES 7 TIES
welcome visitor to the scenes of hi*
boyhood—Sanderavtlle and Washington
A aerie* of protrarted meetlnn* are
belnir held at the Meih.ntl«t rhurch.
The paator, Rev. J. Jordan, la being as
sisted by ltev. . 11 Mathler. We tru»t
that the meeting* will redound to the
good of our little city.
Mr. O. F. fluke*, of Elko. S. C.. h*»
been appointed agent for the South
Cavatina and Georgia railroad at thl*
place. He aurceeda Mr. E. C. Oall
Misses Maude Walden and Mary Tar
button. art visiting Ml** Hattie Gar
butt at Oarbutt, Oa.
Dr. O. Leslie Roger*, after a four
pears' eour*e tn the college* and hos
pital* or Baltimore, ha* located here
tor the practice of medicine.
Mr. C. D. Shetlmutt I* dangerously
111 at hi* residence, «» the insult of a
spider bite. ®- H. 8.
Bean the »llie Kind You Haw *lw>» Bought
A BIG RECORD.
For the past ten day* we have elec
trified the ladies of Augusta with the
grandest reduction sale of fine oxfords
and strap ties that it hue ever been
their good fortune to attend. During
those ten days the sales record on the
special shoes advertised surpassed our
greatest hopes. More than three hun-
Ciroi} ladles eatne to us and appreciated
the bargains secured for 11.98—fact Is,
many bought the same oxfords at *1 98
thut they had paid 13 and *3.39 so- ear
lier in the eeason. We have seventeen
hajulsotne pairs hTt. and just fifty
days to sell them tn. Tou are Invited to
join the ’crowd this week.
WM. MfLHKRTN'S SONS & CO.
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Maatrr Mima mmpllnwnl#d lh#lr iirl (
frlwida W#4a#aday evening with a very
plena#nt party nl Ih# home of fly.
jla II Ford- Charming gam#a w*r#
played, Wkkrk brought a good Um# W
, the many kada and laaava •• »aa lap
| lllied by (hr )ojroua pea I a of laugblrr
! wblrh rang out from ibla hoapltable
bom# Thoa# preaent were: Mlaa Mange
Houalon. Mlaa Banal# Wllami. Mlaa An
nt# OarlkH. Mlaa M<r.a Jobaaoa. Mlaa
Jeel# Mima. Mlaa JrnnW O'Ryrn-. Mlaa
Agnea Oray. Mlaa Fatay Quinary. Mlaa
' Mallle lllount. Mlaa t#>ulae Blount.
Mlaa IJIIIe Mar Bh uni. Maalera T,n
, ant Hnoalon. Robert run, him Bell,
j Aleln Neely. Alvin Cog. Robert Neely
! Wamoeh and Charlie Bbiuat. Carroll
Martlrh. Charlie Kviru, Irouia Mr Kan
i Rov. ■. B Canwmter apenl Sunday
1 here and held nervlc# al HI. Mlrhaelg
' rhurrh morning and evening.
1 Mra. Jamea Anderann la vlalllng her
frlenda at Twnnllle.
Mra. 11. B MrMaater la home again
after a pleasant trip to Atlanta
The engagement of Mr. J. F. Neely,
one of Wayne* boro’a moat popular
lyoung men. to Mlaa (Irare Maxwell, of
1 Philadelphia, haa bean announced.
Mr William R. Allen, who haa been
■pending eome time In Routh Carolina,
relumed home Wedneoday.
Mr. Harry Wlleon, a rlever young
man of Mllledgevllle, la among Way
neahoro'a pleaaant vlaltnra
Mlaa Annie Rurltm la vlalllng rein*
tlvea In Bellvllle.
Mlaa Marie Itent la the gueat of har
alater, Mra. Walton, at Harlem.
Mlaa Mamie Rogera returned home
today, after a moat delightful vlalt to
frlenda in Baltimore and New York.
Col. W C*. Jonea and Mr. J. Harper
Bent left Tueaday for New York.
Capt. N. A. Wllklna, who ha* been
vlalttng In New York and Chnada, re
turned home today.
A private letter tell* of the arrival
In New York of the party whlrh left
here la»t week, composed of Mo]. N. A.
Wilkins. Mr. William Rverett Jonea,
Miss Marie Wilkins and Mr. Charles W.
Hkinner. They are registered at the
Normandie and are having a delightful
time. A slop over was made In Wosh
,lngtnn City, where they visited all ttv
I points of Interest. The party, with the
exception of Ma]. Wilkins, will return
I home In two or three weeks. He Will
| continue his travels and will visit
lPortland, Seattle, Tacoma, the Nations!
IParkwind the Omaha exposition, Niag
ara Polls snd Canada, returning to
Waynesboro late In the fall.
Mr. R. C. Neely and his little son
will leave next week for New York.
Mrs. Neely will Spend the summer In
Marietta. I*. 3. B.
CREAITBRY FOR CUTMBERT.
lowa Experts at the Back of the
Cuthbert, Ca., July !K.—Stock has
been euhsoilbed In Cuthbert for a
large first clues creamery. lowa parties
are taking half th" stock. Cuthbert
people the balance. It Is supposed to be
gin work soon. Several of our farmers
are getting together herds of flne
blooded milch cows to supply milk for
the creamery. One farmer has already
gotten together n herd of over 100
cows. The creamery will be « big
thing for Cuthbert.
A BANUET IN WAITING.
It Is near time for Goucral Augusti
to capitulate mid get something good to
cat. before the Puerto Ulco rush of pris
Augusta Trunk Factory
Trunks repaired by expert Trunk
makers. 843 Broad. B. ’Phone 2181.
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egtmlly ggmitsr ssful results sad busi
ly drift vt into • prayer mnetraa m 4
•a* asked by lbs good dastml to lewd
ila prayer Tbs yotMb lifted up bis
votes la lbs Mkislti: "lord, I ram#
hers lector I bad wo other p ass to
go ■ Judge lingsn roottaocvl god. la
(omsottgg upon tie somewhat misty
( illuatialtog. said that tbs Populists
• would rsms in -they bad so other place
| It Is but )«st to the Populist nomi
nee to say that at tbs beginning of bia
marks ba did ant Intend to make a
! nut' speech, or even try to—but to give
them Just a plain and Informal talk—
and he did.
Tbs judge continu'd by saying that
he proposed m show certain Ibmtocrat-
Ir faults, bat not to gtre Firm tit for
tat by mam of abuse and rldlcu.s,
which sem e! <o bt their only argu
ments Populists paid no attention to
He paid his res peels to the Berno
cratlc office ssskrrr and spoke of the
hordes of them in Atlanta.
When the Democratic ofllco seekers
found the tariff was wrong they take
the stiver plstform of the Populists,
and tbe Atlanta Constitution led the
All the fuss about free sliver came
after a Democratic administration.
Cleveland alone was powerleea. It
was a Democratic Congress. The Pop
ulists believe In free sliver, but never
that It was the cure-all
Thomas Jefferson said that the na
tional banka were more powerful than
The most prosperous times were the j
paper money times.
The gubernatorial nominee then went
on to comment ou W. J. Bryan s pet
theory regarding the correlative prices
of silver and wheat; that when silver
went up wheat, went down, hut the
present markets knocked down this
theory and Bryan has gone to Cuba.
Mr. Hogan went on to say that ”My
prayer to Heaven Is for what is best
for the people, regrrdless of party.
Drop the party and stand for tbe peo
ple. The main question today Is the
supreme Importance and necessity for
two local parties here In Georgia, re
gardlew of national matters. It ts nec
essary—not fur abuse and strife, but
In order to give good, honest, clean,
“The Popullet party is necessary to
keep things straight in Georgia. There
are some honest Democrats, quit® *
number of ’em, and the Demccra's
have said, ’Hogan, drop Populism and
get together with us.’ ”
Col. Candler says: “Drop the Popu
lists and join tis.”
“Christ had a Judes, and the Dnm
oeratir party has its Judases, but there
was only one Judas in Christ's time.
(Laughter and applause.)
Gold Man, Silver Man.
The candidate from the Dark Cor
standard Democrat, doing his best to
elect Candler, and my compliments to
Mr dullignon as a fine gentleman.
A gold standard Democrat is more
honest, than a silver Democrat.. Any
body can be a silver Democrat, but it
is difficult to be a gold Democrat. I
am proud of dußignon,"
The candidate from the dark cor
ner then proceeded to draw several
very forcible, if not elegant, similes
regarding sows returning to their
wallow and hogs to their vomit, these
animals presumably being the Damo-
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“ Yea dea l know tb# oorrapuoa l*
tb# bNMrntk party On!. Hard anaa,
tb# nan tfWAiurae. *» baral and up
rtgbt inaa at tb# babmt of At### Clay,
texruw'd itn.ano two year* ago to buy
wbikh«r Md Totaa wttb If Hardsara*
bad ilvcd no on# would bar# heard of
It. but now Gray have taken 17,060 from
the Insitranr# rk>u*F of tba widow.
Wbat do you tblnk of that for Mood
money, or. ! abcm'tPaay. d#atb moo#y?
’ A promiumt tvgnorrnt mid lo m# lu
Atlanta last week; 'Horan. I'm don#
with lb# d-d tang:’ Tb# ron!rollers
of Hie Demoerntic party In Georgia are
"It is ring rule and It Is rotten and
cirrupt. Two parti* w<juld obviate
"If the Populist party weev» larger 1
should want a strong Demorratie par
ty. A Washington merchant said *o
me laid week that ho got better ter.
\ vice (r rai hia clerks when he waa about
his «4,re than whnn abwnt. They
know phoo the old man wg* around,
ll'a competition In politics aa well as
in tradg. that la good.
“VnU did the Democrata adopt (ho
.primary syatem* Why did they’ They
had to adopt aomrthlttg and the Popu
lists ahniikl have th# credit tor It.
What good have the Popu lsla done?
"The Investigating ecmmltlee ts due
lo the Popullsta. The Inveatlgatlng
committee, when they were trembling
In their shoes at the time. In the Kim
ball house tg Atlanta, some one asked
a Democrat to come In and have a
drink. What did ho say? 'No; some
Populist may see me'"'
This story of the Democrat refusing
a drink did the horny-handed sons of
toll a good deal of good nnd they
evinced the most enthusiasm, ao far,
of the meeting.
i "Th.rm here Is something else the
Populists have dune,” the judge con
tinued. "The state deposit* were not
getting Interest; the fund* were loaned
to sow.; favored Georgia Institution*
and one New York bank, while the
school teachers had to wo It for thetr
pay., wlih all this money.
“ These Populist* are raising the
devil!’ they remarked, and then Gov
ernor Atkinson said: ‘You must pay 2
per cent for the money.'
I “The PotmUfM* did this. I’ve been in
tho Legislation long enough to see that
; something nmet be done. I’v.? seen
'good bills tabled by not enough mem-j
hers being present. The convict bill
wns tabled because not enough were on
hand; they were at home, attending lo
their own business, while being paid
by the slate. Breaker Jenkins tele
gtnpbed them to eome and vote. If the
FopullMs ware In Atlanta they’d oe
there attending to business. If the
: Populists had have been there, the con
vict bill would not have boon tabled.
The Investigating coramittre shocked
:'ue people of Georgia. Then there is
reform in the whisky question. I have
hero a lot or from n Prohibition Demo
it was at. this point that Judge Ko
gan road the letter on the rum traffic
: an.l followed it up with the poetical
’ opinions of tho 12-year-old boy. men
tioned previously. «
Judge Hogan followed on:the ques
tion of praying one way in cihurch and
voting another way at the polls; of
asking the Almighty for reforms on
Sunday night nnd voting diametrically
opposite on the following 'Tuesday.
“Vote and pray the same way.” At
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sad Can Has arfca a.»a ta t srusa f«b
,la riaw-a. will h* w*ieMa«d la this
- cwtunik A ih' *pap*r t«. ta a way, a
pabiir laaiitatiaa. Tkruagt M tfec pah-
IF. la ffaafwf haaada bar* th# r*b
fa graa expresaioa to offtaiaa dad
Please Take IF t«b» Trash.
Ta th# Rdttar of Th# HersW—
j Mr: na F#«wirk strast. twrweea *• I-
Ibwh aad Curwwiia#. y«a *•« w># «r*st
‘Ml#* "f irash la hnasa. baihats. P#ss.
i bar--I* aad every rHher kiad of thing
stlttsa ia front vt galea ansst of whtek
I as## h«*n (her# star# M-sdst nigkt
. What la lb> aae of people f leanlac
their yard# and putting the trash out
in fr«at. If It la «e,i to be taken away?
Whu Is 'be matter ’ Is buaWeas so
t brisk la tba! line that they har# not
I |||f earts. In,i sea or mu'e# or it# ilsu
Itr, me around? Pl#*a*. Mr Traah
'man. com# around on oar street. If w#
t eep our yard ditty, xr will be fined
: h< m about you n»t taking up tb# trash
-WILL TOC BK FIHKD?
la ricmory of Mra. EH*a Moohgy.
! to th# Jtth of June. I**« two yssrs
‘ago. a beaatlful and lovely young wo>
tman—Mrs. Georgia Nila Hookey—waa
fetd to real la Wtr lov#ty and quiet t#m
,#t#ry. Though two yearn have paasr,l.
! the aweet far* and »mllew,o! Georgia
are freah In our memory. <nd will ever
tbe. The taking away of one no young
'of those who loved her. oh! so dearly,
'has crushed th* hearts that will never
! forget her. On the »th of August. I*#*.
’stw would have been II years <M. Hh#
was married whan just If years old end
! her life *ti a happy one. Hhe left n
lovely hoy. an only child. Charles
Lombard Hookey, who never foigets to
offer a prayer night and morning I>r
the repose of his dear mamma’s soul;
|he often says he wants to go up to
Heaven to see his mamma, and If he
i continues to have the good leachate*
|he has. he will, when that day pome*,
jbe rctidy to meet that loved mother in
tbe bright heaven above, where else ts
'waiting for those who am left In this
world Georgia left a kind anil devot
;ed husband. Mr. Joe Hookey, ard a
.ilear and loving mother, Mrs. Janet
j Higgins, who will never cease to ml*s
! her: she also left many dear friends
j who loved her and who win alwiys
j remember the name of Georgia F.lixa
Hookey. Hhe loved to hear the *■■*)« —
| “Jesus, lover of my aoul,
Det me to Thy bosom fly:
While the nearer waters roll:
While the tempest still Is high;
Hide me, oh. my Savior, bide.
Till the storm of life Is post.
Safe Into the haven guide,
O receive my woul at last.”
And now, in the sweet arms of her
J dear Savior, she is quietly testing—at
lhome in heaven.
WHAT THE LAW DECIDES.
A claim for funeral expenses of a
mortgagor of land In Mllward vs.
Shields (Ky.) 39 L. R. A. SOti. denied
priority over the lien of tbe mortgage
under a status providing that burial
expenses shall be paid barore any pro
Ejectment to rompel the removal of
telegraph poles from a public highway
over plaintiffs land, on which the lino
constitutes an additional burden.i* sus
tained, in Postal Telegraph company
vs. Eaton (111.) 39 L. U. A. 222, when
compensation has not been made to the
The fact that a wire charged with a
dangerous currant of electricity fell and
caused injury is held, in Snyder vs.
Wheeling Electrical company (W. Va.)
S 9 L. R. A. 499, to make a prima facie
presumption of negligence but not a
conclusive one. as the misfortune may
have occurred from inevitable acci
Ora! evidence to show that the maker
of a note was only an agent and signed
it under an agreement with the payee
that the principal only should he liable
is held, in Shuey vs. Adair (Wash.) 39
L. R. A. 473, to be admissible.
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r#< tn#(rumrat*. watrMa liaim gt»*a
away. •« On#!# taw'n.
FOR kALB—ONB CANGFT TOP
j *mg!e buggy In gnnff order. Apply
t« J. M. Ri*f at Uwnbnrd i. July Jk
FOR SALK CHEAF-A FAIR OF
y<mng bar#** Will #orb gouM# or
•Ingle C. H. Hawwrff. Jr . at Howard
.A Wtllat Drug Co. Juoe M ts
F(,R HALE OR RENT— HgU*K OF I
| riMitna on Lmcolo att##t. In gwl cog
dtiloa, oo oooy »*rmo Wm, o#hw#lg«rL
i Aug 1.
FOR RALE—A LOT OF SECOND
; hard dnora. #aab. blind* and wunod-n
; rolumn# Alao n largo lot a t nmflng
mat*, in good condition Apply to Jo-
I cob Phtolay. Aug 1
FOR HALE OR RENT-ONE OIN
j HbPHK Splendid 1 neat ten. Cheap
: Party aelllng out. “atn H"U»o.“ enr#
Herald. July 2*
FOR RENT—THAT LARGE AND DE
SIRABLE ator# Nn. 744 Broad #trret.
Pnder Ma#,mlc hall. Apply to W. C.
Jonea, 706 Broad atreet. Aug 1
FOR RENT—THE LARGE HAND
. SOME dwelling No. 932 Broad atreef,
with yard running through to Ellia
i street. Apply to Julea Godin.
FOR RENT-FROM OCT. 1. I*9l THE
i dwelling No. 522 Ellia afreet; alao the
'new dwelling. No. 215 Oliver Row. Mon- ,
' ument street. Apply to Jacob Phkiixy. i
FOR RENT—7-ROOM DWELLING
HOUS'S 1257 Gr«*,e. with modern
Improvementa. Rent reasonable. Apply
1236 Ellia. Aug 1
TO RENT—THAT NEW DESIRABLE
residence, No. 316 Broad street, from
October 1. Id*onard Phlnlzy. Aug 6
Mon wed aht 2wks
WILL RENT OR SELL—ANY OLD
way-fa desirable 4-room cottage at
Turpin Hill. J. LaToste. care Stan
dard Manufacturing Co.. Augusta, Ga.
TO RENT FROM OCT. I—A DESIRA
BLE brick residence of nine rooms.
Stables and garden. Also other houses
to reait. Apply 344 Greene street. Augl
TO RENT—DWELLING OF 7 ROOMS
with all water conveniences, jpoaes
sicei at once. Rent low. Apply 42, Fifth
street. D. Graham. Aug 1
TO RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS—
First and second flooor at 947 Greene
street. Neatly furnished. All conven
iences. Aug 1
SUMMER COURSE OSBORNE’S BU
SINESS COLLEGE— conynercia!
course reduced from 150 to $35. Short
hand and typewriting *45. Boys and
girls from 15 years and up taken.
June 17 ts
■WANTED—BOARD FOR TWO LA
CIES and a little boy, in some quiet
family preferred. Address I. No. 502
Eleventh street. July 29
' « ebb# I agg*. Mm Mt. Mae
A ague. • 4kg. /off gk iam
. A lOMMt gU ATlOb OP tIW
‘ i*4p aid b» IMM In tb# Ho#
I V Mm Kim* Had, an FRIDAY
IXIUHf. D* lag . g • b ihMk
j tba T. A t*#g*a» aid ka aakrat
k.aWn nil' tab# da# —<tr# Iktiwf.
IYatling Mnktra #•»<••<;» w#4r«an«R
R# «*w ■ g. MwRRkRY.It M.
■ C t I Orr IN. *#, retar v.
FfffCl $500,000 ? Per Cl
! FOREIGN ga PITA MATH WILL
IJtAN HALF A MILLION DOLLAR*
lag realty tg Augusta, Ga. TVras# I
pee pal For furtber IgfaegMMtUi a#*
their attorney at law. P. J. Aalileglt,
Hr., or Mr, F. O. Bunn
Oil filar Ik Worts lackiitn
1 Pupi, lath. rim.
Lombard Iron forks
BALE OF BUBURBA*
LAND BY THE ACRE
Tb# August* and Svinuirrvlll# Land
Campsny *w »#ll« •* public »*le. Th »CT»#
of l#nd on lb* Harrwonfllie Road, la
hloek# of two «« raven »era#, oo Tuesday,
An,»l 23d. al 5 oVKiR |> »■
W. C. JONES, Secretary.
UNTIRING ENERGY, "S
BRAIN'S AND PUSH,
SPENDING OF LARGE •
SUMS OF MONEY
SOHE OF THE METHODS THAT
,MAKE THE HEKALD FAIIOUS.
RETURN A HILLION.
That Huch Money flay Hava to Be
Butt. Mont., July 28 —ln a ruling
made by Judge De Haven in the Uni
ted States court yesterday the entire
Andrry J. Davl# estate litigation I# re
opened after the matter was thought
to have been amicably arranged and
nearly a million dollars worth of prop
erty divided among the relatives.
The rase In which the ruling waa
that of F.rwin Davis of New York,
brother of the dead millionaire, against
Andrew J. Davis, Jr., and other neph
ews, who came in as heirs under the
Erwin Davis sues for half the great
estate, alleging that he was promised
that much for fighting claims and
bringing about a division of the prop
The will, which was alleged to have
been forged, after a long fight, was
admitted to probate by agreement of
the relatives of the dead man. Last
winter the state court ordered a partial
distribution and nearly a million was
distributed. Erwin Davis’ suit was pen
ding at tbe time in the federal court.
The defendants sought to knock it
out of court on demurrer. It was this
demurrer Judge De Haven overruled.
This allows the suit to be tried upon
If Erwin Davis wins those who have
received shares out of the estate and
the administrator and his bondsmen
will be responsible for tbe money al
ready divided, , ... 1.: .’ikl..