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*Mn Aml Ivy HUI t* luawioi it
Hr». H J Portar upKi tha sutatiiar
Rav and Mrs. C * Wrltaar aßjoyad
a trip north.
tn Mad MW.
Mn. Edward HUI ataltad reiatlvea
Mlmm Mlnnl" and Maria Moor# am
at Elko. 8. C.
Mr and Mr* Jr«m Thompaon ware
Mr and M*> Ural* Doolittle enjoyed
a western trip.
Mlaa Eunice Cairo vtaltcd In Aiken
Mr*. Omrp Cunningham visited In
Mra. C. D. Perkin* rliitnl at St.
Georg*. S. C.
Mr*. H. I- Solomon* summered at
Mr* W. A. Garrett and family *um
m'trd at Bath.
Mr*. N. A Tea*ue and children sum
mered at Saluda.
Ml** Addle Plcquet spent the sum-
OfT in ChirlMton.
Mra. Thomaa Hopkln# apent aeveral
weeks at Hillman.
Mr. and Mra. E. B Hook enjoyed a
vial! to New York.
Mra. Annie Walker apent aeveral
wec.V.a In Edgefield.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fargo sum
mered on Bath
Mr*. P M. Whitman spent the sum
mer In Michigan.
Mrs. John David Clarke summered
on Beech Island.
Mr*. W. 8. Brand spent several
week* at Brevard.
Mis* Marie Alien spent several
week* at Flat Rock.
Mias Rosa Ravta visited In Black
ville and Charleston.
Mrs. lla-Stone Watson apent aeveral
week* In Blackshear.
Mr*. B. <C. Wall visited friend* In
the Cherokee country.
Mias Elisabeth Ignore spent a few
weeks at Sumter. 8. C.
Miss Adelaide Morrison is spending
the summer in Virginia.
Mrs. John Willis and children sum
mered on Beech island.
Mrs. Luther Arrington spent the
summer in Asheville.
Mrs. A. H. DeVaughan spent some
time in Washington, Ga.
Mbs Addie Barnes enjoyed a month's
slay in Washington, D. C.
Mrs. T. C. Jewett and Miss Ella
Jewett summered at Saluda.
Mrs. Carrie Berry spent some time
with friends at Isle of Hope,
Mrs. Wallace Barnes and children
visited in La.vtonville, S. C.
Misses Maggie a.id Thomasine
Seward summered at Saluda.
Mrs. Mary V. Foster and Miss Annie
Foster summered in Virginia.
Misses Lottie and Louise Force
spent some time at Greenville.
Mrs. Hardwiclt and Miss Mary But
ler Hardwick are in Chicago.
Mrs. Thomas Rivers and children j
spent the summer at Thomson.
Miss Hayes, Miss Janie Frazer and
Miss Ida Meyer are at Asheville.
Mrs. Felix Luck and children spent
come time in Waynesville. N. C.
Mrs. Walter Doar was at Monteagle,
Chicamauga and Pav/ley’s island.
Mrs. Leonard Phlnizy occupied her
summer home at Fiat Rock, N. C.
Mrs. Tracy Matthesvson and Miss
Lillie Rountree visited in Trenton.
Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Doughty en-
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m*+k* »t Hot nprmm. S C . Mi
now it AifflHf.
The Inrge&t tablets and
bißfrest sc. composition
books at Richards & Sha
ver’s Book store.
Fctftrut for 3f h(»i r » ending Bp.
m Heptemtier If. Washington
forwiit for (iiorfift Light nhowen
tlOOlght ami FrJ«t»*; light north***!
feinda p*or South raroi ut Rain to-.
night and Friday; light Bonh<*ac(
I /hal forerait for Auguata and vi
«tnitv Orra»iooal light rain* tonight
I and FHa*y.
I Tbe river at 8 this morning waa 8.5
f««t. • f*U of 0* feet in the past 24
Little or bo rain occurred over ike
(lotion Belt since ln*t Wednesday
morning, wnile shower* were general
in the iipixr Mississippi and upper
Ohio valleys, over rhe Great Lakes,
and to a great extern In Florida. I
Tempera'.ure* are higher this morning
over by far the greater portion of the
country, but a marked fall bas oc
curred over the upper Missouri valley,
being four degrees above the freezing
point at Bismarck. The pressure j
continue* highest over New England j
while slight depressions are located
over South Florida, upper Michigan,
and the low Rocky Mountain region.
Second hand School
Books bought or taken in
part payment for New
Books at Pendleton’s Book
NOT AFTER A JOB.
. i ■
Wimberly Says H; >* ill Soon Return
I Washington, P ,C., Sept. 13.—T0 the j
Editor or The Herald—Sir: I beg tn |
state that the statement that recently j
appeared In Th ■ Herald to the effect
i that 1 had come here to accept a P<>- .
sitlon in cno of the departments, I*
r itbout foundation, absolutely a mis- j
'take. My business here Is of a private j
nature, and I* In no way of Inti rest
Ito the public. I tak- It for granted that
the accommodating Individual who gave
jyour reporter the misinformation feels
a peculiar interest In me Just now, and
'that It will he gratifying to him to
know that I rhall within the next week j
.return to Augusta as I left—"a states- |
'man without a Job." Thanking you In j
advance for the courtesy which T seek, j
T am always for Augusta. Very respect- j
fully, A. W. Wimberly.
Low Excursion Rates tc Boston.
I The Central of Georgia railway will
Jaell excursion tickets to Boston, Maas.,
land return at $28.75. Tickets on sale via
| Savannah and Ocean Steamship Co., i
via New York and Sound Lines, or all
rail from New York. This account
meeting Gfatld Lodge Odd Fellows,
Sept. 19th to 24th. Knqulre of Ticket
Agents, or J. W. Nall, commercial
agent, for rates, seedules, reservations
or other information. 3 t.
School Bocks, Fook Strrps. Pencil Fog<s,
targe Tablets, Mg Composition Book",
Slates, Pens and Pene Is at Kichards &
Shaver's Book Store.
Smith & Wesson pistols from $5 to
$8.50. Several good bicycles for sale
very cheap. Good watches from $1.25
io $50.00 at Lewis J. SchauL Reliable
Pawnbroker, under the Arlington.
Special bar-grains in school
books at Richards & Sha
ver’s book store.
Tine jk.uaxjm'rjL hkrald
WHIT lOU WILL TIRO
C. B. FOIARUBS.
I fjpjp **
* & *mM9 •*>.» *• -■<*■»■ p* f sturiiMp
C. H. HOWARD. JR'S..
M# lT*i*rß (Hit * fpm % ®*#® fNff
Th® lar«e*t| tablets and
bißßest sc. composition
books ®t Richards A Sha
var’s book stor®.
A* CacMw Ini Ho»#.
L h**4*4«|U*fl «*ri for *ll ft4+n.
land ftiHirr »t <t®. hm* Wl o^h» i, 4 *»>
t *, \l#*x ji j * iff r tNtntfNisy. £8 Ilr***«t
litrcH This h*»*i#** has tong f*nJoy«**
Lpp o| th< «M#ti rrfMttAllonii for r«4t*>
thi.mshnui the South Num f
of t rut Im* ml* I* rr**ti» rrrry pan «»r
[the R«*«h *P**k i* Ihr highrot prmi***
i 0 f th** pr®di sold bf Ihrtn. *t*n of thrir
iitturary *ti«i prompt nr#*. ¥**r* of **•
1 nßfliMCii In •rlawrttnt *h ‘ ht»at v*rir<ir*
f W rrr!r havr mat thrm In pMith* to
• luio* rx*<t|v Ihr itwda of in«n pmni*
ilng Thrr art glrlng thl* Impor
tant bran* h of r«»mmor« lal buainr**
ih#)r undlvidad allrntlon, handling Mb |
largr quantllio* *v*ry varlriy of gar-|
'd**n Iraplrmrntß. rott*»*l **»«*<! mral. maU-
Ing a aparlalty of th*lr lawn
IT-ana rrd. By Ita ua# a rich. gr«N*n
1 vrlvrty lawn ran hr mad# and main
tained with only aurh ran* aa l» H#r#»
nitty to do *<». Wht-n you are filing
anything In thrir line, glva Iht? AJti*
nndrr Rrrd 00. a rail.
B«*n tkw '* m H ‘"* * lw,s
News at Stlllmorc.
(special to The Herald.
Stillmore, Ga.. Sept, 15.—George I.
Berwick, democratic nominee for rep
! r sentatlve of this county, passed
through town yesterday. He Is opposed
•by Nelli L. allies, populist. The race
|ls warming up and bids fair to tie an
interesting one. Friends of both par
ties are claiming a victory.
M. A. Lindsey, travi-llng passenger
agent for the Stillmore Air Line, is 111
town. He is now at work advertising
(the auction land sale for this place,
I the throe first days of November, that
| attracting marked attention In this
! J. A. Woodward & Co.'s new store
near the Brewton A Plneura depot. Is
by far the handsomest and most attrac
tive structure of the kind any where in
(this section. The front would do credit
|to any of the larger cities.
] J. 11. M oore has moved his sodawater
! business from Swulnsboro to this plai'c.
Mr. Moore Is well prepared for the
i business and has a fine patronage
(throughout this section. He Is consid
ering putting in an Ice plant. In con
nection with his establishment for next
| Prof. Bargeron Is succeeding well
with the college at this place. He has
lan enrollment now double his expecta
tion for the first term and considering
ill being a pay term, he has made a
| people here.
(most favorable Impression with the
I Since the rainy season ceased, cotton
lias been coming to town. Considerable
damage haft been done by excessive
(rain. The best farmer* plare the loss
i at 25 per cent.
' Before purchasing a pistol or gun,
call on me. I can save you money. Lew
is J. Schaul. Pawnbroker on Jackson
street, established 1890.
The members of th* Telfair Guards
have secured quite a number of com
pany buttonft. Each roemljer wears
one of these on the lapel of his coat.
Vortical Ink and Vortloal Pens
for Verlicai Writing. Recom
mended by Prof. Pelot. Use no
other. Sold at Richarda <fc Sha
ver's Book Store.
Mrs. S. B. Fleming of Chicago is
visiting relatives in. the city.
IN A SOCIAL WAY
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I f'trika r la f*%saa I%' ##Ba|*BMNl I
Ml** C—■* I stwiikn.
I rt-wttl !
ii aiißn Mr® Mfa Caa*
li y r# ituiwr)( Mra (bMiaiir#. ]
i y|j Mta* IC*(~ •
lira mtHf Mr* Oskia. Mra WrtglM. I
Mi* lias? Mra WunftrM. Mra ll’Hk* I
_ S( i uim Mi l * M*A*U|K*ar
Mia* Lula Rtr* vlallfM I* A (last*.
Mlaa Mam.# Kally la )« S>«r York
Mlaa Moll* l«»rr*y la I* Nrw York \
Mlaa l-owr IrR Ibla «**»mia* j
Mtrar* Carrlr **<f Uitl* Sulllvio arr .
lin K**W York
Mm# Lrniir# IMl#bli«t baa rHurmrd
| from Nrw York.
Mra. Harold l-amb ia ap a ftw
days la tbr Hly.
Mr llydrr Farrow 1* aprodia* a few j
! day* in 8 par tan bum
Mrs K T, Miller ha« relumed from
| Red lUrrlogiou. Mass.
Mrs. L M. Burma* I* expected from j
| Warm Spring* next week.
M!km » Robbie and Klla Smith have
returned from Appling. On.
Mra. Hogan. of Savannah, ia the
guest of Mra M. J. Egan.
Mra. W. E. Hearing and Mia* Jo.vela
.'.unira<'rn are at Cartersvlll*.
Mra. T. K. Stott and Mlaa Helen Scott
leave in a few days for New York.
Mra. John Frye, of Burke eoonty. la
the guest of Mra. Charles Burch.
Mra. John Law. of Spartanburg:, la
the guest of Mra. Connor Cleckley.
Mra. James Wilts and Mia* Carrie
belle Radclllfe summered at Brevard.
Mrs. John P. Manly la In Atlanta, the
guest of her son, Dr. Doughty Manly.
Mrs. Willie I*evy enjoyed a sojourn
in West Virginia, New ork and Sara
Miss Amelia Krein summered at
Wilmlnglon Island, but is now In New
Miss Corinne Burch has returned
from a vlalt to Miss Kloy Shockley at
Mrs. William Bee Mitchell, of Char
leston. Is the guest of Mrs. James
| HYACINTH, TULIPS AND
Premium Pansy and Choice Flower
Seed. Easter Lily Bulbs should be
planted now. We have them.
From now on we will have Extra
Early Pearl, White Silver Skin, Dan
ver's Yellow, choice stock. Yellow Mul
tiplying Shallots, no garden corfiplete
HUMP YOUR CARDEN.
Plant Turnips, Beets, Cabbage, Spin
ach, Lettuce, Radinh. Georgia Rye, and
all Grasses ami Clovers—we have them.
LAWN GRASS SEED.
Our Evergreen Mixed Ixtwn Grass
Seed has been tried here with much
success —should 1% sown now.
We carry a full line of Canary, Par
rot and Mocking Bird Food—also Gojd
Fish Food. I'l
Call in and ask for our Seed Cata
logue. It is free.
fILEXJKDER SEED CO.. 632 Bml St
rtl* Lmr'**** **
m* |.| |wJ rl| ft Aft* fk*t* I
i«Aft« Aw*inr*tY fafmtßtk** M |#Mtf I
111 ItlllMAH NEW®.
rw Hlgfe Aktal Haft Of— 4 NA Wh a I
iferf; Mr t>*ati*ai ra*o*. Jraralla. Mr
land Out land Gay. Thrift; Mr. Jas. Rif.
ter Mcttesa: Mr Roger Stalling* An*
snsts Mr Henry Norvell Blythe,
In the tillage, the gwent of Mrs. J. H.
Prof J. O Sm'ih and Mr Jan ft I
Garrett, of Augusta, acre la the stl- j
Rev J, H Oliver Its* completed his I
' series of meeting* la the different
i, hurche* la h>* charge The result* .
hare been very gratifying He per- ;
! f irmed flfty-cae Immersion* Ills :
; < hurche* were greatly revived and a ;
\ good religious feeling prevails. He .
I Halm* io have immersed the tallest!
gentleman In this see'!on He mess- i
litre* six feet, eleven and one-half Inch- j
Mr E K Ijtnsdell has rented the
I store house formerly occupied by Mr.
Inman Davis and will. In a few days,
iipen a beef, fl-h and oystrr depot.
Mrs. letnbr, of Poverty Hill, I
is visiting Mrs. W. H. Baxley, Jr„ at;
' Greens Cut.
Vertical Ink and Vnrtlonl Penn'
for Vnr'lonl Writing. Recom
mended by Prof. Pe Ot. Ua» no
other. Bold at R chorda A Bha
ver'e Book Store.
Events at St. George.
!kfirdal tn The Herald,
j HI. George. H. C„ Hopt. 15 —We are
having delightful weather. The farm
er* are now busy gathering the tleeey
The Hi. George High Hi’hool opened
Monday with a laige attendance. We
antiripate for the school a prosperous
year, with such an side rorps of tea
chers: Prof. W. W. Hlewart. of Ham-
Im-ik, principal, Mis* Lucy Minims, of
ist. George, flrsl assistant: Min* Rosa
Flshhurne, of Blaeltvllle, second assist
ant. The music department Is In charge
of Miss Jennie Utney, of St. George,
nnd Mrs. W. W. Hlewart lakes charge
of the art.
Mrs. H. F. VonLehe and little one re
turned from the mountains Friday,
much improved by their trip.
Mrs. Lily Young, of Florida, I* on a
visit to her mother.
We are glad to see Mr. Jake Mim
ser home again. He Is connected with
the Armor Packing company of Atlan
The St. George Rifles have hart their
measures taken and will soon he In re
ceipt of their uniforms. They are go!n,7
to he ready for the next war.
Vsrtienl Ink and Vertical Pens for Vsr
ttoil Writing H*commsndsd by Prof
Pelot. Uas no other. Sold at Hichards £c
Shaver's Book Store.
TO GREET THE BOYS.
Sixth Georgia Band to Give Them a
When the Secdnrt Georgia regiment
returns to Augusta they will be treat
ed royally. Among the many arrange,
ments to greet them is that of the
Sixth Georgia band. Capt. R. J. Rus
sell of the band says that all he wishes
is two hours’ notice of the boys' com
ing and he will get his twenty-eight
men together and meet the Second at
The Sixth makes great music and
will odd much to the occasion.
Captain O’Connor Entertains Captains
of the Tenth.
Capt. E. J. O'Connor tendered the
captains of the Tenth regiment a de
lightful barbecue today. The genial
captain was the toast of the occasion.
The barbecue was an ideal one,
Boam the *’ nli YoU HaVe A ' (Va,S I ’ l
AN OPEN LETTER
MT as* awaffhtthh* in tit® Tiaih tv cat h IMsOtY Ts)
• ltt x 11 urt In®' *t® TH® fftdi> c: a« rtm (A nJM*
erto mix »jxafynHA* A® tn n f * at® tt tag
f OR SAMUCI. PifCHER. es Nfffwni, I<nairAM4k ,
H!* Ikr *nst**i<* »/ **CABTOBIA * U» *ms tkst
flic <a lA® mgtmt -CASTORIA* a*irA bi In® **4 I®
Uw fc ff®f of tk* Mdktto of A nrfini for amt |ftvfl.
LOOK CAREFULLY at U* w+*ff*r and mt that U t»
ptt. So iM# hot aulhanly Pom ma to ®jm* my xwc rntfA
Tkt Contour Company, of r httk ( hat. H. FMchrr i$ /Vwf*t
Jf/•*.•**? , t/a *i.O«
Do Not Be Deceived
nr ,| rnfUnevr ihc life* of your chikl by a< rrpting
.< i h<Mii Mibnltlul® Tthich M'ltir nny onrr* yty®
iliffAuvr tic nukri a frw mure jsrnnim on it), th® in*
crrdirnt* of nrhkh even he iloe* n«H know.
“The Kind You Havo Always Bought"
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
H®«t®t«ff®®®®®MH t» »■—«« !♦•»» rnnwommn ms.
■iu :*■ •Bj
M! IHfll’S GOOD Slllff
. HOT" ROLLS FROM
HOUSEKEEPERS TRY IT.
NOTHING LIKE IT.
All First Class firm Keep 11.
I KT.V’S CREAM BAI-M 1« a poftltivenire.
Apply into the noßtriln itla quickly absorbed. BO
cents at Prujfirißts or by mail; samples 10c. by mail.
KLV liKOXUKIiS, 00 Warren St., New York City.
Doors, Sash and Blinds,
ROUGH AND DRESSED
AND MILL WORK
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Factory and Saw rtilt Lqulppod with
Latest Improvements, and Orgsnisatlmt
thorough la Every Deoartmant.
tarl utl Fin* la Stock and Prompt Ship
Prices, Catalogue*. Ktc., upon application.
Perkins Manufacturing Co. t
Augusta Brewing Co's
B E X, L, E O E G- E OEGXA
Our Draught Beer Has
Dewey and Merritt, by their Joint
achievement in capturing the City of
Manila, have clinched the argument
for the retemtion of the Philippines.
N. Y. dimes. i's.iSliu
BELL ZEU O ZF G-EOEGIA