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IN ASOCIAL WAY
The German limporera# a F ur Maker.
With flags waving and a long, c.iky
Stroke of the oars that sent us flying
along, we were soon alongside the Her
man emperor's yacht. We were met at
the carpeted gangway by a young offi
cer. who greeted us with, "You, gen
tlemen, are from the big American." |
On being answered in the affirmative,
he said that his majesty had been much,
Interested ’in us all the morning. We i
were ushered into a deckhouse of tho
most tasteful arrangement and there
signed our names In the visitors’ book|
and left card*. Stepping out on deck:
again we chatted for a few inomentsl
and were shown a little of the vessel, i
which was most interesting.
Next day Nlblack dined with us and
In the evening we went up to the Kiel
Yacht Club to see the presentation of,
prizes by his majesty. He was lrr
tleualrly good humor and his speeches)
bf presentation were most happily spok
(.i, on,, prize winner, a tittle Herman
o(fleer, fully realized the Importance of
the occasion, and was fin* more easily
embarrassed when. With tap In one
hunti and sword In the other, ho stood
ready to receive his prize, a pair of
At the- rlofie of the KaJ»er h
he handed the vefcs to the little officer,
who hurriedly put cap uOdyi one arm.
■word undtr the other, and receive*!
**'lll mis week M Urn bt*n crowded with cusiomers who Dan goneaway wellytwtd w [**"*,£*•
I hay have ML «. ha». been a Imle lops, lure,, but ever, diysees us belter Used to supply ms demands ol our MnH-TMm J*
neii week will find ue better arranged, and ihe new arrival of modi hasi it possible: ■» ■ '‘JSftJJy JmT
inch if well tightsd in th« cay by Hfa¥gn*f iwtet sunlight and IT WIGHT BT THE
Solid Oak Hat Rack
WHh Diamond shapad *****+-
roc. torg* Smi, worth $ 10.00.
Our Price NEXT WEEK
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Thp „ arA a r« w 0 f our Sledge Hammer Bargains. 1 here are many others. You can have anything you want and pay for it a little
them, whereupon the Kaiser Insisted
U|M>n shaking h*nds in i-ongralulatlon.
much to the Mnbarraaameni. chagrin
and liliaa of lha winner and tin shouts
of laughter from everyone else. led by
The nest a Inner wan Riven a Ihiucur
set and received order* urn to drink,
from all twelve ktuners alone; and *0
a Jolly evening was spent and unllmlt-|
ed hospitality abounded.—from “The
Yarn of the Yampa." in Outing for Oc
Hips Barbot Complimented.
Mr*. Wallace Miller Barnes was yes
terrlay the hostess of a very delightful
afternoon entertainment, the cpohtnole
liarty. with which she complimented
Mlrr lone Barbot, of Charleston. Mi*s
Barnes’ parlor* were very attractive,
with their airy. Rummer draparl#*.beau
tlful rose* and (tiled with guest* In
dainty Rummer gown*.
Progressive eroklnoie was played,four
tables being used. The game w»r
scored on dainty card*, upon which
were emblazoned United State# flags, j
After the games, a tempting lunch, fol-l
lowed by Ices, was served.
l'ivst-t.4 irj CD, wears ' v»p,
, The first prize, an exquisitely cmbrol-
I dered certerplece, the work of the ho»-
tess, was tied for by Mrs. Cornelius
! Garrett and Miss Minnie Richards, and
won In the cut by Mrs. Garrett. The
| consolation prize, a silver mounted dar
! ner, fell to Miss Hook.
Those who enjoyed Mrs. Barnes'
: charming hospitality were:
Miss lone Barbot, Mrs. Victor Bar
■ hot, Mrs. Chester Clarke, Mrs. Frank
Beam. Mrs. John Wick-r, Mrs. Corne
lius Garrett, Mr#. Charles Smith, Miss
Marie Carr, Miss Hook of Atlanta, Mlsa
Annie Richards, Miss Alice Carr, Miss
Carrie Clarke, Miss Minnie Richards,
and Miss l.lzzle Wilson of Kentucky.
The Red Cross Bln.
The Red Cross pin Is very pretty. It
looks equally well upon u Jacket lapel
Or a bodice front, or thrust through *
lace Jabot or tulle cravat at the throat
It Is no wonder that so many of the
gills wear them. No wonder, too, that
they sometimes forget Ihe pin Involves
anything but the wearing. A girl who
has worn such a pin all summer was
A Solid Oek, High,
Slat Back, Cane Seat
Worth One Dollar.
Manufacturer wbi stuck
on them. We got the lot.
You get them at
» Each, all next week.
THU -A.TJGTJBT-A. HEKAXJD
I the other day araaaed to have a perfect
I *ttamer march up to her OR* the street
and with a good hard mare at the pin
"I are >n*t wear a Bod Oaaa tr*d*e
What have v*p dl.ne (or th- eoldieraT 1
Ar a manor at fad thta girl he*
done • pwaMpeft hut the demand wa*
more thaa »tid had bargained for.
Present at Mrs. Hranrh a euchre par*
ty Thuraday altern.sm werr;
Mr*. Anna Burweli, Mr*. J. B Cum-,
mine. Mr*. HuUlu-11 us Charleston. Mr*.
Caswell. Mr*. Wither*. Mr* Allen. Mrs.
C. M- Cohen. Mr* Cunningham. Mr*.'
ttanford Osrdncr. Mr*. Bryan <*um
mlng. Mr*. Frank Butt. Mr* J. F
Verdery Mr* Holme* of Jacksonville,
Mr*. Oeorge l»aker. Mr*. Detbruesure
Ford. Mr*. M. H. Uuga# and Mis* Mat
The prise# were won by Mrs. Caswell
and Mr*. Jam** Paul Verdery.
flirt* and Ba*k*t Ball.
If one were a»ked today to name the
i characteristic athletic *por« of Amrrl
|can college girl*, ihe answer*, opines *
writer In Harpers Baaar. would be
| given at once and wlthont hesitation—
' The game I* to the college girl what
ifootball la to the college youth: ralher.
It t* more, for baseball. rowing and a
few other aport* are elevated to such
Importance in men's colleges that lb«y
rob football of an absolutely pre-emi
Earrings the Fad.
It has not been the fashion for girls
to wear earrings for a great many
year* past, and most of them have nuv
er had their ears pierced.
But now the fashion I* revived, and.
according to Harper’s Bazar. Is a suc
cession of precious stones, live or Si*
generally, hung from tiny loops of
gold, and graduated from s very small
stone, which tits against the cur. to
Masonic F : air.
More definite arrangements for the
Masonic fair, were made at the meet
ing. yesterday afternoon, presided over
by Mrs, William Crane. Mrs. Julia Bea
ter Billon was elected secretary, and
each booth will have its treasurer. The
committees for the various booths will;
be appointed at a meeting to be held
Mrs. C. R. Richards of Memphis,
who has been visiting Mrs. C. A. Doo
little, Is now the guest of Miss Hattie
Miss Jenna Garrett Is expected home
Monday from Griffin. Hhe has boll the
guesl nr Mrs. Clarence Houston in At
Ml nil Annie Stevens, who bos been
visiting Miss Hattie Oow, lef| this
morning for Mllletjgevllle, where she
will spend a few days before leaving
to resume her studies at Peabody Nor
mal College, Naehvllle.
OUR STOCK OH
■Uj> \Vjj Are the talk of the
town Natural OAK,
Golden OAK &l Wal
' $0.50 TO 825.00
Is battar than tha avar»g* $lO Stpva; $2 cash. 50
cants per waak Is the why wa sail them.
J 5 THE BEST,
Highest of All In Leaven
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St. Matthew's I.uthemn Church.—
Rev. C, K. W< Itaar juistur.
Sunday 8:311 u. -i t,. Sunday school,
special rally servlt 11 a. m., English
service; 4 p. m., Quarterly congrega
tional meeting; U p. m , English ser
vice. topic: Ulrich Zwlngli. the Swiss
reformer. Monday 4 p. m., Preparatory
class and sewing jtfbool. Tuesday 4 p.
m.. Confirmation - lass uni meeting of
th-- Ladies' Missi&nary Society In the
home of Mrs. Frejf, North Augusta.
Wednesday. 4 p. m., Young Ladles’
Lutheran Society. Subject: "Th# Dea
coness and Her Work.''
Thursday. H !>• Hi., Teachers Meeting.
Rev. O. C. Williams. D. D., rector. 11
a in., role Oration of .the holy commun
ion and sermon. No evening service
Young Men's Bible Class meets «( 1«
;a in. Services during the week: Wed
nesday morning, litany, 10 o'clock. Fri
day evening, evening prayer, 5 o’clock.
Christ Presbyterian Church—A. H.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.f preaching
at 11 U. rn.: Christian Kndeavor meets
every Thursday at 7:00 p. m.— special
topic for next Sunday morning, "The
Unerring Justice of God’s law.”
Hephzlbuh Church Record.—Baptist
Church. Babb* th*JK'hool 10 a. m.
preaching by pasjor, Rev. Jenkins. «•
11:15 n. in- »nd 7:.1 V P. m.
M. 10. Church.-' Saiibalti school 3:HO
~ m Ail ar» luWted to all of these
Tf. . ■ ■■ i
Smith & Wesson pistols from *3 to
*8.50. Several gaud bicycles for sale
very cheap. aooa“watche# from *1.25
to *50.00 at Bowls, J. Schsul. Reliable
Pawnbroker, untMuthe Arlington.
Our Ho. 7
Mi** Uiz* Mhos to Keopea Her Art
Kdgrfleld 8. C.. Ort. I. Mi** Kit**
Mlm*. who opened and coodurtrd a
Mud to n Augusta >aat spring, mes
with such great auctaa* that she leave*
today, and will r*-aatablt*h herself In
that city for the winter, to teach
drawing, painting, and anything that
come* In the lino of a thoroughly com
petent and finished artist. We sin
cerely hale to lose her even for a short
time from our midrt, and wish her
every'possible success in her underta
Mr*. C'harle* Henry Fisher, treasur
er of the Malle tlregg Chapter of U.
D. C., In our city, wa* Ihe recipient a
few day* ago of a contribution to ihe
fund for building a monument hero to
the confederate dead, from a native of
far-off A me* bury. Mm, who visited
here last winter with Dr. I). H. Tomp
kins. of Churlotte.
It I* with deepest sympathy for the
heartbroken mother that we chronicle
the death of Mr. Augustus Tompkins,
who died from typhoid fever contrac
ted some three weeks ago. From the
beginning Mr. Tompkins was desper
ately ill, and fear* for the worst were
entertained. The end came at 7 a. tn..
Thursday, the 29th. He waa the only
child of Mrs. D. R. Durisoe. who is
utterly prostrated and nick from con
atant nursing, anxiety and grief.
Misses I.ucle and Dollle Dugas are
visiting their father, Dr. George Du
gas. In Augusta.
Mr. E. W. Thompson, connected
with the D. A. Tompkins company, In
Charlotte N. 0„ Is again In our city
on business and will remain a week or
Mrs. Arthur Thompson, who had Im
proved so much up to Wednesday,
was not so well Wednesday night and
Thursday, but II la hoped she will soon
begin to Improve again.
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Sheppard. Jr.,
have moved up from .Johnston, and
Willi make Edgefield their home, Mr.
Sheppard engaging In the grocery bus
Only steel lined and burglar proof
safes used. Money loaned on northing
of value at a low rate of Interest. Wa
ter bury alarm clocks, 75 cents. Howls
J. Schaul, Reliable Pawnbroker.
Hanna Can’t Buy It. jjggf
Toledo. 0.. Oct. I.—The officials of j
the Wheeling and Izlke Erie railroad
deny the published story that Mark
Hanna will buy that road, saying that
such a thing In Impossible.
B#ar(U , e M Haw Always Bought
■ inr- 1
Vwnm I ■ 1
One dollar cash, 50 cents per week
BEOINS ANOTHER YEAR
Wofford College Open* Its Doors at
Spartanburg. 8. C, Oct. I. At 10 1
o'clock Thursday morning the coi.rge
bell* announced a new session the
eat ranee of Wolford Into her 45th
year and a more propitious opening
could scarcely have been desired. For
several days the tide of student*, old
and new. have been Inflowing, until
on the first college day the campus
and halls were filled with wanted life
and laughter. The tolling bell pro
claimed to the old students a happy
return of the pleasures and labors of
their college days; to th* new ones it
marked a great epoch tn tbeir lives.
The opening eierdae* were held tn
the college ehapel. the faculty and
student t-ody. Including the fitting
school, assembled. Th# services were
begun with song, followed by scripture
reading and prayer by Rev. A. J. Cau
The pastor, Rev. M. I#. Carllale,
gave a school address of welcome- to
the students. He spoke in a few force- i
ful words to the young meu. The sev- J
eral professors then made their an
nouncements. At 10:45 the services
were concluded, and the students hur
ried away to the registration office to
obtain their campus citizenship. The
number of students present nearly
200 ls considered very eneoursglng.
especially since college opened several
days earlier than usual. It will be a
week before all the students are on
the campus. The session begins with
all the college machinery In perfect j
It Is confidently expected that this |
will be In all respects the best year !
In the history of Wofford college. The
number of young ladles In attendance
Is about double that of last year; they
make an addition to the student body
far above their number.
W as the Session of Recorder’s Court
The recorder lid not tarry long at
court this morning. The offenders were!
not many, In the least.
Willie Haines, a colored woman, had
racket at the depot. She was lined
Will Ilusscll and Belle Sims.
.Belle had been the agressor. She
.didn't do a thing hut smash n glass
over Will's head. She lost her glass
and also *lO, the latter the judge Ikied
her. Will was dismissed.
JUiuls Richardson had nursed Officer
Wren, when he was arrested. He had
"Judge, I fell Into the river and
needed a drink afterwards to keep from
catching cold,” said he.
The judge remarked, "$5.”
YOU TO SEE
It is real Oek. handaomoty
csrvMl and a baawty. Other
price* like stair Maps.
POODS SOLD ON CREDIT
Augusta Brewing Co s
BELLE O IE" GEORGIA
Our Draught Beer Has
And very LOW PHICBS. Large stock. Also
PIPE. VALVES and FITTINGS. EN
GINES, BOILERS. MILLS and REPAIRS.
Lombard Iron Works Go.,
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