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To Cure a CoM In One Day
Tsk* 1-axatlve Rromo Quinine Tablet..
All druggists refund the money If It
fella to cure. !Rr The genuine hea L.
8. Q. on each tablet.
Personal Mention Erom Our Nelgh
SpeMeVfn The fli-ralil.
•aaderavtll... <la.. Oet IS.-»Wtaa Ma
ry Ulltuore ban returned from Macun,
and It much Improvetl In h.^illh.
Private tllrtui Ijiwaun of the eeeond
la ependinic his furlough with his ala*
ter. Mrs C. M. Tyson.
Miaa Campbell of Bgrne.vllle la the
eurat of Mia. M. Pringle Huntley at
• Ml»a Addle Thomas, of Durango,
Me*.. Is visiting her slater, Mrs. P. It.
MrCatly. * ,
Mltw Florence Collen left yesterday
and Mias Hsdye Tarbutton leaves to
day for Macon, where they will visit
friends during the carnival.
Mr. Chas. E. Choate, architect and
builder, has located In SanderaviUe.
with an office In the new Holt build
ing. ttandersvllle Is to be congratulated
upon securing him as a cltlsen.
20-yesr filled gold watches In ladles*
and eenta* sixes with Elgin or Wal
tham movement from f 7.00 to }ll.f>o.
Guarantees wtth each watch at Hcwls
j. Sthaul’s, Rcllablu Pawnbroker on
F. G. Turpin Company has
received the latest thing in
Neckwear, Ascots, Chal
tilly, 4-in-hands and Tecks
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Lteettona and If there la •>« candidal.
1 who la • ttltnc to *we *— *o—•
the rtitaens about an honcet election -
I thete at* nthsra plenty other*.
O' us naass a r«d. hooest «e» and
I all Stick toarther. young snd old. snd
start Man TWs ran he done this fall
t in the election for reran. Ilmen, and let
IUS sea that tt Is d-rae let', hsv, mot
I lugs In aurh ward aad come together
I and »uee and forever settle this qaes
! non for Augusts Whan the moetlnu*
\ arc called f<w the purpose of deciding
I this vital quest ton. let ua all atland.
I eey voter, every last voter In the tsard
, ar district, and lal * do something.
I This la not written In behalf of any
* randWtale nor faction, but In behalf of
i nit who want honest elect loss and can -
. .1 Ida tea who will not accept office unless
I they are honestly elected I, for one,
am ashamed of my part In and protest
sgalnal Ihe old plan
FIIANKUN K OBRWAUr.
Look Mere I
Is anything the mailer with you hair?
!Do you fear baldness * Then let me
i treat your hair In time If already bald
I let me restore It, foe l*ve done so on
I scalps bald for long years, fonts to
see ma at (ft 1-7 Broad atteet.
THE ATLANTA WAY.
What An Augustan Says of ths
Primary Election There.
Mr. Lee Jordan. 50 Trinity avenur,
Atlanta, writing to The Herald busi
ness manager to renew his subscription,
—•'as I want the home new* and The
Herald print* It"—says:
"1 hope you people will do like they
did here -hsve a decent, elean. .shite
man's eleetlon. The plan these Atlanta
people have Is Just beautiful In eisn
trast with Augusta’s—no negroes at all,
no one yeiling or carrying a handful of
ticket* and budges—no one to ask you
to vote this way or that way.
"All you do Is to walk In, pick up
your tb k. t, go In * elo*et Just laige
enough for a nuin to go Ui. with a cur
tain to full and conceal the body, make
the ticket to suit yourself and then
drop It in the box. and there you are.
"It made me feel badly to think how
our fair city held an election and call
ed It honest, when such an honest,
clean system Is at their hand and they
won't use It.
“They say the negro doesn*t want
to vote, so don't buy him and make
"Woodward made a line race. Ills ri
val was a hot talker, and there were
those who were sure his speeches would
win him the race. But Woodward sat
In his office, sowed wood and sold no
A Narrow Hscape.
Thankful words written hy Mr# Ada
E. Hart, of Groton. S. D.: "Was taken
with a. bad cold which settled on my
lungs; cough set In and Anally termin
ated in Consumption. Four Doctors
gave me up. saying 1 could live but a
short time. 1 gave myself un to ray
Savior, determined If 1 could nut slay
with my friend* on earth, I would meet
my absent ones above My husband was
alivised to get Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds
1 gave It a trial, took In all eight bot
tles. It lias cured me, and thank Ood.
1 am saved and now a well and healthy
woman." Trial bottles 10c at Howard A
WiHet's Drug Store. Regular siac r.n<-
and J 1 00. Guaranteed or price re
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;Cof»4re«*c4 Air A® Power.*
Not mevety with th® rrofMilotnn of
litrv«t nn will th® rottiiwtiy ti*vft to <
a abort atop from Ihe street car. and
com primed air delivery wagon# ami
meat* throughout th* tows, oace they j
have been generally adopted. Would
make a very pretty conpulatbm.
tA'lih th* romrummatlon of Ihe pres
eni plana of the Trai lion . ompaay. the :
undergtouod eiw* trie* will otoapy the ,
trunk line#—the up and down cars—and .
the compre**ed air equipment will be.
adapted for the I*s mile* approximate
ly now operated by ihe use of horses, f
It Is anticipator! that the Metropolitan
Traction ooaapany. In thu* equipping:
their line*. wIH not have a horse on the
atteet by Juuugty 1, IMM-
Another point of Interest In this con- |
nectlon I* that for both compressed ale
apd electricity there willl be required '
x WINE OF CARDUU
WOMEN WHO WoßK.^ra.
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. tl
Though onlv 19 year* old. I suf
fered from pains and female trouble*
two years. Last spring I got so had
I had to quit work, llud to support
mvself, and could not afford a nigh
priced doctor. I got one bottle of
Wine of Cardut and that made me feel
better. Ha\ e now used several bottles
and am well. My mother used the
Wine for f hange of Life, and was
miss MA*G*m waisg.
Many SIH» and women fmd if necessary to earn their own
living in various Kinds of employment Their work is often so
hard and confining that the health breaks down. Their delicate
constitutions are unfitted for tiresome tasks. Weakness nearly
always makes its appearance in the peculiarly delicate womanly
organs. Constant standing on the feet and coming and
going at the beck of a superintendent or foreman, induces
falling of the womb, leucorrhoea. headache, and backache.
The pay of women workers is often so notoriously small that
when sickness comes they have no money to engage skillful
— physicians. To them Wine
ladies' aovisoßT oep*mment. i| 0 f CmcM is truly a blessing.
For ffidrle® tn caa«» reqnirlng tpft- L . ... .
1 dal direction*. ■ddr«fi«.giYtp*"ynap- It CU ITS them Ol their Ills at
1 torn*. LudUt' AdiUvry
v TfeftCkftMftftftOft-fe#®** 1 ® 1 ®* 4 -*’ l a small cost, and they can
i Ohatunoofft, T®®n. ...
U. —wwwwv act as their own physicians.
No doctor can do as much for "ftmaie troubles" as Wine ufJCardui.
Druggists Sell Large Bottles for SI.OO.
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ntui tir®n brought «t®*ut It !• clftlm®4
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ift th® mt*ld trftnftit «nill®nlufn.
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I iti®’C*i»noT«’®®l<>ti«l lliiury lu WftHhtfMt*
too wii® op®ft«*4 to th® t»ul»lU in th®.
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< tmt fttt«*n4®4 th** ®M|N*rlm®fit, for thofft !
wika* 1,500 Yin)tor®, th of whom uvuaUh)
thrm®®lv« ® of th® plivUffffe of uami th#
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kaAgyf* lltrftffai M Mil Mira
t a** A#ofe ed 0 th mmmi **oool 9**wm * ■
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frtaai Ts urmi— Thih ofhft®. tih® thn4 ,
of Mr® Hikftff, M 4 th® lift ihrwwtfe
M 0 00tli th® n*4t Wtift tfefehnl
Th® lop of th® n4H ; vm brofcftft '
*«p®Q a ntl 0 fttffop# ®o«*rf • ft® M®4® to \
tab* a bogy from a genre
| Mrs Medio, k tu tuirlwd os Aagaat i
[ jg, HAS. krai her grave la aaar that 1
■ agere Mr* Mania la burled. Tb# rob
bers reached is to the coffin gad Is St- !
t»mptleg to lift what they evMently j
,opposed wouid he a newly Interred i
body from It. polled os arm of Mra. j
Mrdlnrk out of It.
Again aeelsg that they had made a 1
mistake, and either sickened hy their j
ghouttsh work or tl.'ed from ihelr ta-,
hoes. Iliey left the (emetery.
The grsv-w were lift opes with the |
I dirt alongside. The coffin* were open l
and the arts of Mrs. MedToek raised <
above her hi ad when Ike work of the 1
night was discovered on bunds) morn
ing. , -a -
At soon aa the discovery was made
all Noreroas was Is a slats of eictte
i ment. The news reached the husband
of Mrs Mania, the lady burled the 1
• day before, and he Imtuedialdy rame |
to town prepared to remain. He went |
jout to Mount Carmel and every night
for nearly three weeks he camped hy
the tide of his wife’s grave.
It Is supposed that the men who
did the work were sent lo the cemetery
for Ihe body of Mrs. Martin, and were
told that her grave wa* on one aide of
the place. Rverylhlng points to thia a*
being the correct theory. The grave of
Mrs Medlo-k Is near that of Mr* Mar
tin, while lhat of Mrs. Maloney Is
some dlatanre from It.
The people of Noreroaa *ay that they
have no clue to the guilty onue. but
there are ahrewd men at work on the
Carl Mill*, the young policeman who
was murdered on Whitehall street
month* ago. I* burled at Mount Car
mel. It wa* reported that bis body
bad been stolen, and that It was done
fur revenge, hi* murderers following
him even after death.
This, however, is not true, and the
grave bus not been disturbed. The fa
ther of the murdered youth Is here and
today made an examination of the
grave, which proved conclusively that
bta aon’s remains are et rest.
We Have moved to the
Ellis Restaurant stand at
71 7 Broad street. Will be
glad to serve all, old and
Death of Mrs. A. P. Lambeth.
Waynesboro, Oa.. Oct. 10. Mrs.
Amos P I-ambelh, a popular lady of
Waynesboro, while returning home
from church Sunday afternoon, fell
from a stroke of paralysis, and was
carried to her home, where she died at
5 o’clock this morning, was about
55 years of age end leaves a husband
and son and a host of friends through
out Burke county. Her remains will
be burled in Waynesboro cemetery.
B»»m th. Ttl6 Kind You Have Always Boufiht
an jtoiiftT liiirrtftA
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” FOR SALE ~~
dII:AM CggAU AT M lACKMM tt
Dig lAIJD-tra-ArltK FARM, UKg
| puls t«ra illy Mmtta, a kwrgatn Ap
ply W. C. Juke*. Ns. tat Jackauk •».
K«*H lAIJMKUK MANN, f YfUHR
| hare®®#. Alftif 5tP Wftlkia® ftifetl*
FUR IAUM*ADTO VICTOR RIOT*
ru9-f®rf® t NsduioA. r«#i list
ClMtfi fr*® cash •( Thi*ma® A Baftoft l.
I « N’t 10
~ TO RENT
TO RENT—ONE WKU. FI’K.HIHHED
r>wm. wrtlki hwtfc. Ac* and k«k«. Ap
ply io *s* Onrai *n**i. Otl II
'FUK KENT —BTUHK MS AND HAUc
f WAT KT Uicad Apply Cwiumatiigl
11111 l Oet 1
TO RENT-ATORE NO. D 4 BROAD
Street, next bdow Davenport A Phi*.
lay, running through In Kills atreet.
Price |1 .AM. Alexander A Johnson, tag
Broad #tr#et. Oct l
TO RENT—COMMODIOUS BTORB.
I No. HI Broad atreet—lTS per month.
|W. S. Gardner, 115 Eighth street.
FUR RENT-A NEW HOI’SE; Mil
Gwinnett atreet. live doors west nf
Woodlawn avenue, eight rooms and
bath, posaeasloti given at once. Apply
to Clarence E. Clark, 53* Broad atreet.
Or! » If
TO RENT — FRONT ROOM FUR
NISH RD or unfurnished. !15 Camp
bell atreet. Oct 17
FOR RENT—STORK NO. 52* BROAD
street at 170 per month. Thad*. Oak
man, No. *ll Broad atreet. Oct 1*
* "Lost and found.
LOST. OLD HTTI.K,
round breastpin, wtth pearl In center,
chain attached. Reward for it return to
Herald office. Oct 1*
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
only 55.00 per month at Osborne’#
Business college. Monday. Wednesday
and Friday, at night. Come or cal! at
'once. Great demand for stenographers.
June 17 ts
100 BASKETS CONCORD AND DEL
AWARE grape*. Just received at Gl
ovanl's, 004 Broad street. Nov 1
DANCING SCHOOL —MISS ELIZA
BETH WHITE, recently of New York.
Library Hall. Children's class Tuesdays
and Fridays 3:30 p. m. Ladles and
gentlemen same days. 8:00 p. m.
MILLINERY OPENING AT THE LA
PIES’ Baauar, 920 Broad, Wednesday
and Thursday. October 13.
10—11—13 —13 Oct
MRS. IDA STONE WATSON,
743 REYNOLDS STREET.
The Bell Tower Drug Store,
CORNER GREENE AND JACKSON STREETS.
MTTader new management. A full line of i-resb Drugs, Toilet Articles, Brushes ,
Etc We make a specialty of Physicians' Prescriptions.
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Mm Uoo#t low Prktft.
! tl Dr, sa Skirts, at •• •• «• •• •* 7V»
111 I’nlaandered Mhirts. at M*
p k sod, rahlrts or I’rawer*, hi .. .. 3*c
II.» A 8 w.wd I nderwhlrt*. at .. i
| tl 50 UswtweiU* ’,llkl H A
Kin# Strad. of Wowlwn far kulta and
F. G. MERTINS.
| Tailor and Geqts’ Furnish,r. oppoalt*
Plant®* • n '** “ •
Clarence E. Clark
832 Broad Street.
Broari Street Barber Shop
For an Kasv Shave and a Neat Haircut
go to No. 715 Bro»d Street, ground floor.
F. C. dos Passos.
Tba Rotary Raror Strop for Sals.
No Southern made Pill is
so popular as Gilder’s.
It was born in the South.
It was raised in the South.
It has always been made
in the South.
It has cured more South
ern Liver troubles than
any other Southern Pill.
Southerners should use it.
Let Northern Pills cure
The Howard & fillet Drm Cl.