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fnm ul for firorfli ted Soul ll C* r »*-
Itra Mhovtrt this aftrrnoos and to
Bllkt, threatening weather Sunday,
light. variable vlndt. becoming
Tairal forernat for A<i|mU anti vl
rintty fthovprt th.s noon ;
threatening weather Sunday Tbr
river at *a. m was 1« 7 feet. a
fail of •.? for* in the pas’ isrrntjr-four
Tbr highest’ prrssttrr overllea thr
Central Rorkjr Mountain region, while
a depression is still located in the
Tttrperaturr* ar* higher along the
upper Atlantic coast, hut much lower
in the K<« ky Mountain region. North
Platte having fallen 12 degrees, and
Amarillo. Texet. IS degrees. A heart’
rain occurred during ihe past twenty
four hours at Vicksburg, to the egtent
of 14 'nehez, with thunderstorm? re
ported at Amarillo. Corpus Cbr'stl and
Considerable fog prerails over the
•wuntre this morning.
Bears tbs tifd YW Ww Help BatgW
firs. L. B. Fleming Receives a Box
From Her Son. Mr. Dave Fleming.
Mrs. 8. B. Fleming I* the fortunate
possessor of a box of war souvenirs,
which are very Interesting and which
are very much prized by her.
The articles were sent her a few days
since by Mr. Dave Fleming, who Is
with Col. Bay's regiment at Santiago.
Among the scuvenlra were a half doz
en naval buttons from the Vizcaya,
some Spanish army buttons, a. piece of
the tr-'p under which Hobson’s ex
change and surrender occurred, a silk
handkerchief purchased In Santiaga. a
silver quarter carried through the
campaign and several other interesting
mementoes of the Bpanlsh war.
20-year filled gold watches In ladles’
and gents’ sizes with Elgin or Wal
tham movement from 17 00 to 112.60.
Guarantees with each watch at Lewis
J. Sc-haul's. Reliable Pawnbroker on
To South Africa.
[By Associated Press to The Herald ]
Halifax, Oct. 8. The story is cur
rent here that the British govern
ment's survey steamer Rambler has
been ordered to proceed to Bermuda
to fit out and thence go to Delagoa
Bay. South Africa. The Rambler is a
aecond class cruiser.
New Maple Syrup, finest quality, in
bulk and cans at Lamkin & Co-’*.
OUR SOUTHERN MILLS!
Best and Newest Production on Sale at the Lowest Price Store _J
100 Rolls Georgia made superior
Carpet* at 30c yd. These goods
look as well and will last longer
than any Eastern Carpet at $1
tOc per foot for the Ruga, same
60 cami on the <so<t*r. Vow can alwMya r*iy oft **tung xhm boat vMiuft »of your dim* or «nu ar at
P, D. HORKAN & COMPANY’S
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fruit* rereUed «t Lamklit * Co.’s.
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STl—Auauata Est Supply Co.
Auaoet* Houtliern IFailroad.
707- H. Hrsfidle. Me*t market.
<7j—w. H. Hrtaham. Wholeeale gro
M2—G. A. Cunningham. Jr.. Heal-.
*07—1.. Q. Doughty. Cotton fa- tor.
2«2 Es W. Dodge.
7«tf W. It. Olaaebrook. Rnaltf.-nco.
Ut-Mla* Sadie Hnrrta.
576—G, W Halt.
791—John F. Iloltnen A Co.
522 W. C. Jone*.
2»6—W. M. Jacksiin.
4*7—J. IT. acttaon. Healdem c.
371—Dr. A. J. Kilpatrick.
776—5. Igniter. Rmidence.
424—D. J. Ixioney.
2*l—Mahoney & Armstrong.
2*6—North Auguata Unii Co.
6*6— W. P. Padgett. Saloon.
572 l. F. Padgett, Furniture.
5*7— Schuetgen Plat*.
|73—D. C. Steinbeck & Co.
291—Tutt & Boylaton.
*73- l\ r . H. Walton. E’aim.
FIRE ON THE HILL.
Was in the Barn of Mr. Heckle and
Loss Was Covered By Insurance.
Last night at about 12:30 fire was
discovered In the barn of Mr. George J.
Heckle In Summerville. The general
alarm was given ami company No. 2
on the Hilltop responded. How well the
volunteer firemen did their work was
shown by the quick way In which the
flames were extinguished.
The building was damaged slightly
and a good deal of the contents ruin
ed by water and fire.
The building and contents were in
sured in the St. Paul with W 8.
Gardner & C 0.,, and the loss will be
covered by the insurance.
Pineapple, Edam and English Dairy
Cbaesc fresh at Lamkin & Co.’s.
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Oray rorti and blue.
"Our Daughter," any ihw gray:
“Your* and our* On#, today."
WhUper th# blue.
|—Chart#* M Robinson. In Roch#at«r
( Orn Wheeler’a Nur*#a.
All tuat th# nur.es down at Camp
Wikoff have gone through with can
, never be written or told, yet alt of
them work morning and night, asaid-
I tiouaiy and cheerfully, for the anldler
luridlea under their rare.
"Why.” said one of them, "we used
to think that we bad hard thing* at
'the traiainr boapltual. but there was .i j
Utm h to ihia. There everything In the
1 way of medicine and convenience was
'bandy, and here, if we want anything
Iw< Snsve to hunt for R: there, at cer
tain hour*, we knew that we would
i Pave some rest for our tired feel, but
h< re >vc never get « chance to rest a i
! minute from the time we slip Into our
I uniform* at 5 a. m., until we slip out
of th*m lu a big hurry at night. But |
we don’t mil d; wc are only too gind 1
U do nil we r n for the boya who were j
willing to fight for Uncle Sam.
"But I tell you we are all In love !
with Mrs. Jessie Holland'# suggestion j
to Gen. Wheeler that it would be nice
for the government to present u* with
medal, no matter how Insignificant,
which would always be a memento of
cut services in the war. Of count# w#
will hove our certificates, but even if
tve have them framed In sliver they
would hardly answer for scarf pin*,
and we don't want breastplates to ad
vertise ti*. We are ail going to hom-
Our Evergreen Lawn
The best and most popular Lawn
Grass Seed sold in the South. To
make a fine green sward sow now
—This will beauti y your ceme
tery lois and (rout yards. Me
carrv a line fine of LAWN MO
WERS—It you will need one give
us acall. ,
We are headqnartera for Seed
Rye, Peed Wheat, Seed Oats, Heed
Harley, Onion Seta and Garden
Alexander Seed Co.
Hill S>r<ia<l Street.
Bell Telephone 2075.
BLANKETS—North Carolina and
Tennessee made for 25 per
cent less than Eastern makes*
DRESS GOODS—AII the Newest
weaves and colorings of Domes
tic and foreign novelties and
trimmings. Tk arm! fflltt ft iklilST MV
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«i*t* of a atopper or cover, whtch »la<>
ft-rma a roltap*ible cup.
A very pretty novelty for the llquoe
shelf p s small glass In the shape of a
ithimble, ornamented with various le.
I, igns. A *l!vcr band aiirround* the
top. It brara the Inscription, ’’Just a
j Thlml it ful."
The Intest design In smelling hottl's
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J •wv.i.r’g Weekly.
fleorgFa I Ibrarv Askoclgtlon.
The meeting of the Georgia Library
: Ataoclatlon In Atlanta. October 27ih
land 28th, will bring together a nutn
! her of prominent educators.
Dr. McPherson, of the state unlvers
iiy. who had loterested himself In II
• hrary development In the Booth, will
i he present to address the association.
Mrs. Kcbfit E. Park, whose work for
j higher education for women has given
I her n deserved oromlnencc in Mate ed
jucatloual clrt l 6». >vlll also be present.
The public meeting will lie held at
the library on the evening of Oetober
271 h and will tte addressed by proml-
I nent librarians upon practical library
InMies; library legislation mid iittrarv
comm stions; special training for li
brarians; mtmiflpal aid for
and maintaining free libraries; and
the value of a library to the commun
The local committee, of which M:».
John K. OMley la chairman, la mak
ing every arrangement for the social
Hide of the eonventlon.
The various history and literary
i classes and study clubs will entertain
the visiting librarians. —Atlanta Jour
Mrs. Moses Wadley will represent
the Augusta Library at this conven
rilss Barbot Complimented.
Mrs. John Wicker entertained a
congenial party cf sixteen last after
noon in honor of Miss Tone Barbot, of
Charleston, Mrs. Victor Barbot’s
charming guest. Several hours were
delightfully passed in informal social
converse, audi at dusk a tempting
lunch was daintily spread.
Those who enjoyed Mrs. Wicker's
hospitality were: Mrs. Victor Barbot,
Mrs. Claud Garrett, Mrs. Russell Co
hen, Mrs. Horace Verdery, Mrs. James
Jackson, Mrs.ll’rank Beane. Mrs. Wal
lace Barnes, Mrs. James Barrett, Mrs.
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anvai of Mia* Kltabdh V a inter* <o.
Mr tod Mr». Edward Barrett of
Hirm.ngham. are tb* gneeta of Mr*.
i Mlm Knlherloe Maud Smith Will
leave for Man n tomorrow to at'en I
i; |P ’duntood Jubilee Carnival In that
Miaa Mary E7mlly Wright, who haa
' Ih>cu spending several week* In the
: city, at the home of Dr. Thotnn*
Wright. haa returned to b*r home in
I Now la the lime to plant your hull*.
[ Wc have the lie.l, mixed color* hya
■ inth*. Homan white hyacinth*. fu*ch
-1 la* tullo*. call* lllle*. Ekraler lllle*.
jl»rl,HK for la**t hyacinth, have h<-»n
' t educed hy u* to s<( t ent, doaen; other
liulba cheap; try a few Chinese aacred
llllca In a howl. The lluaa Floral Nur
i mtv. ttell 'Phone 1931.
THREE OF THEM FINED.
What Was l>one at Recorder’# Court
The flr*l one who appeared In the
role of defendant at recorder's court
today was Sam Anderson. Sam is col
ored. He bad treated a negro woman
very badly last night. Result; *G
flnp for Sam.
Tcm said he loved his wife dearly
and would not hurt her for the world.
Neverlheless. the evidence showed that
Tom had showed his affection for hi*
wife In a peculiar way. having knock
eil her down. Result: F> line for
EJd had drawn an axe on Mr. James
Monnlhan last afternoon. He said
that Mr. Monnlhan had owed him
money and he had heard money rat
tling in that gentleman’# pocket and
had asked for his funds. Then the axe.
Result: $2.50 fine for Ed.
E’rench Peas, Mushrooms and Sa
ralnes cheap at Larnkin & Co.'s.
COL. DYER BACK.
he Returned Today, But Stopped at
Col. Dyer returned this morning
from his trip North. -The colonel was
on the committee that went to Wash
ington In the Interest of Augusta to
secure the encampment of troops here.
After the committee had finished I heir
work the colonel wpnt on a business
trip to New York.
On ills way home he stopped In
Washington and saw the first official
order designating Augusta as head
quarters. Gen. Corbin said it was im
possible for the government to over
look the advantages of Augusta and
that the troops assigned here would
remain for quite a while.
Hoiaery and Glovaa**lo cants for
Southern made School Hoee,
double knee and heel, feat black,
value 25c, Man s. Women’s and
$1 FOR THE BEST KID CLOVE
A GREAT OFFER.
I r T* .« ' f i JPES /§gjjft B '*#
••-In elegant Bedroom outfit, con
sisting ol 25 pieces, well worth SIOO,
but we must give something better than
anybody else, so here goes.
I solid Oak, Handsomely carved, elab
orately finisned Bedroorn Suit, cheap at ft <5
4 elegant Cane Seat Chairs to match.
I Ladies* Rocker to match Chairs.
I neat and pretty Centra Table.
I all steel Spring.
1 good Mattress.
2 Feather Pillows.
I [O-piece Chamber Set.
I Bedroom Picture.
This handsome outfit is displayed in our
east window, and nowhere else in this beau*
tiful land can you find * uc £ , a " ? e £ a . o K oul *
fit unless you pay at least $ 100 to $ l
We propose to sell this outfit, all com
plete. 25 pieces, for $76.00 SIO to be paid
cash and $2.00 perweek.
A$ 1 0 Cooking Stove for $7.50 $2.00
cash and 50 cents weekly.
A $55 Sewing Machine for $35 SI.OO
cash and oO cents weekly
-25 cents per week gives you a choice of
over one hundred of the prettiest Pictures
ever shown in Augusta. , _ _ _ n ~
A Silk velour tufted Couch at $ I 2.00, 75
cents weekly, together with evarything need
ed in a house. . .
Payments arranged to suit and prices
guaranteed to be lower than anything on
PADGETT FUKNITURE CO.
11 10 &11 1 2 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA. - GEORGIA
Our Prices tell but half
The Real Story of The Merit Contained in erery GARMENT we Sell
xr i r . our garments to appre-
V All \/lllCt NPP date their true value.
I Oil OW Examine the insides.
The skilled workmanship on every detail stands out
in bold relief —a touch here and there—and the uni
form finish throughout the garments are features of
the utmost importance to give the wearer lasting sat
isfaction. You pay no more for reliable Clothing. Why
take chances on inferior?
Our Fall Styles in MEN’S and BOYS’ CLOTHING
Are so complete that tin most fastidious dresser can be gratified.
$6.00, $7.50, SB.OO, $9.00, SIO.OO, $12.00, sls
Xj. SYLVESTER BKUAII VI'KEET.
SUMMERVILLE FIRG COMPANY
Will dive a Fish Dinner to Raise
Engine House Funds. •
The Summerville Fire Company No. 1
will give a big fish dinner ort Friday,
the 21st of October, at the Hchuetzcn
Plata. The affair is under the manage
ment of the following committee: F.
Markwalter, W. O, Bolder, James Tur
ner Simile Hansberger, Otto W. Mar
shall ami Capt. E. C. Descombes.
The purpose of the cue fs to raise
funds to finish the engine house now
i CTO#ft# ft
under construction. Mr. Charles Hert
zog will have the cue in hand, ajid this
makes It an assured success.
Dancing will he Indulged In. and ev
erything done to make the occasion a
It Is heat lo oUo headquarters for
your wants, Heeds. Alexan
der Seed On. doftrexclusive seed bu
siness. handling in large quanti
ties. They are pipping seed Rye,
seed wheat, Barley, Oats, Clover* and
other seeds In many suites. Give them
a ca 11—632 Broad street.