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alaltlnc frVoda al IK Oraaaa *lwi.
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of Hurniar. 11. C.. in at th» Plaatarm
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jtrw Turk tr« |u*i'r Mt tip Cmmmt* ]
A. C. Tkofflw and Ollta Hookrr as
(iraaniboru. X. C, ara at tha I'ommar
p A. T'impkin* aad J. W. RnMiwrai
of ChaHotta ara cuaata at the Arling
C. D Montgnmarr and T. H. Jnnaa
of Atlanta ara Hopping at tha Arllag- i
H. f fSrahara. Jadga of tha proha la
court of Bamberg. 8. C.. t» at tha Plan- 1
Cot Mfka Brown, praaldant of tha
Carolina Midland railroad* la at tha
Mr*. D. C. camp hall, of p.ano, N>-;
vada. la tha gueat of Ur. and Mrs.
M itthaw Rica.
Mr. J. M. Oordon. manager of tha
Van Nog nawatand and raataurant. haa
returned from Macon.
Min Viola May Way haa returned'
from her rummer vlait to Pelaer and
the upper Carolina*.
R. Morria. rapreaentlng Lee, Tweedy
A Co, dry good* merchant* of New
York. 1* at the Planter*.
J. P. Moore. H. Miehaelaon, O. L. '
Kir hard* and George R. McGregor of
New York are autographed at the Ar- |
Mra. M. Rice will move her mlllt-i
nery eatabllahment and reeldenre to
the apartment* of Rice A O’Connor's
Mt. Edward Shanhaw, formerly of
the Augusta factory, but now with the
Acme Belt company of Philadelphia,
has gone to Philadelphia on a buainen*
trip, and he will make that hi* home
In the future. Augusta lo*e« one of her
best young men, and Philadelphia gains
Only extra selected cuts
of stall feed Tennessee
Beef served at the Arling
ton Annex Restaurant.
IN THE CHURCHES.
St. Matthew* Lutheran.
Sunday, 9:30 a. m, Sunday school;
11:00 a. m„ Ensllsh service; 8:00 p.
m„ evening service, topic of the ad
dress, “John Calvin and the Geneva :
Reformation.” Monday, 4:00 p. m„ j
Sewing school and preparatory class.
Tuesday and Friday, 4:00 p. m. Con- t
firmation class. Wedsiesday, 4:00 p. ra„
meeting of the Young People's Mis
sionary Society. Thursday, 8:00 p. m,
teachers' meeting and normal class.
Greene street, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets. Rev. G. G. Syd
nor, pastor. Services, 11:15 a. m. and
Bp. m. Sunday school at 10 o’clock a.
m. Seats free. A cordial welcome to
nil visitors and strangers.
Rev. C. C, Williams, D. D„ rector.
8:00 a. m, celebration of the Holy
Communion; 11:00 a. m, morning
prayer, litany and sermon: 4:00 p. m,
Sunday school; 5:00 p. m. evening
prayer. The Young Men’s Bible Class ,
meets at 10 a. m.
A strictly first-class Res
taurant in every particu
lar. The Arlington Annex.
Why Ours Is the People’s Store
Because we sell desirable seasonable goods at the lowest prices In the city. All purchasers that
leave our store have confidence and know they get the most
FOR THE MONEY SPENT.
1 ,000 do*#n Mermo Und*rv<**t* *t cut priC££. ' . . __
1.000 dozen Lamb'i Wool Undßrv#»ti /Sc.. v|Hii I' /.*•
500 pair U»c« CurUm». 3 I -2 yard* long. 50c. to 51.50.
THIS 18 JUST HALF THE REGULAR PRICE.
1.200 Rugs from 2sc. oach to S 4 ; auction good*.
Home made all Wool Blanket*. co*t of material.
I Oc. for the best double Knee and Heel School Hose.
20 yards beet XX Bleaching, better than Lonsdale, sl.
30 yard* Laurence Sea Island Sheeting for $ I.
100 New Roles. Columbus Made Carpets, at 30c. a yard.
Looks and wears like $1 goods.
You save money on what you buy.
IP-. E>. HORKAN tfc COMPAMY.
INA SOCIAL WAY
At the Itrading.
Who waa the lady with the wonderful
I newi the lady who read the hook
1 While the music plejed' All earth
and «k .r.
Dwelt la her sweet, uplifted look *
S (I mean the lady who read the book.) ■
. Who wa* the lady with wonderful
t mean the lady whn read the book.
While the music moaned, and tbe tap
With a shivering wind of anlomn
(I mean the lady who read the book.)
Who wa* tbe lady with wonderful I
Tdo not know* But 1 saw a brook '
That aang to *ea under snn-tlt aklaa — !
Meadow* of May In her lifted look! |
| (I mean the lady who read tbe book.) '
;—Frank L, Stanton, In Atlanta Cow
at it ill lon.
What Girl* Are Doing.
One of the moat effective and orlgl- !
nal entertainment* to get up at thla
season of the year la wbat I* railed tn ,
tbe country the harvest festival, and
It may be Just e* easily arranged In
town a* out of it A number of young
girla who live in one of the attrac
tive villages In Morris county are pre
paring to give a harvest festival this
month, and they will charge admission
to it. so as to raise sufficient money
to buy an organ—not an organ for a
church, but a regular street organ,
tbe kind pulled about tbe street* by
the Italians. And when this organ Is
bought they Intend to hire weekly a
small hall or room, where they will
teach (he “village gills" ho»v to dance.
The winter evening’* are long and
I dreary for farmers’ daughters, and
even for some of the young women
who spend their lives In rushing to
i New York and hark to earn a liveli
hood. So this amateur dancing school
will give them amusement and relaxa
tion when (he work of the day Is done.
Now, the harvest festival will be ar
ranged In this way: Invitations, or
cards, rather, staling price of admis
sion will be sent out ten days before
hand —admission twenty-five cents, so
i all can come. The school house in the
! village, being the most central spot,
.has been secured. The girls who have
eharge of the enterialnment will have
erected at one end of th hall a large
wooden .stand.formlog aeomlilnationof
narrow ledges or shelves, graduating
from the entire width of the room to
a point at the top. On this are to be
tastefully And artistically arranged ev
ery sort of vegetable and fruit which
can be "begged, borrowed or stolen”
from the whole country around. At
the bottom will be potatoes, pumpkins,
squash, In fact, all the larger and more
bulky things. Then, all the v/ay up to
the top, a sort of beautiful pyramid
will be made, carrots with their bril
liant gold, egg-plant with Its beautiful
purple, celery with its delicate white
stalks, tipped with green, beets, or
anges, vegetable marrows, grapes—all
hobnobbing together In close proximi- j
t.y, and trimme.d off with bunches and
sprays of parsley and water-cress — j
wil be there; The girls insist that |
nothing like it was ever seed. They j
have got hold of a good idea for dee- 1
crating the walls. They have bought
some fine wire netting and will sus
pend It from the top, and will then
•rm’m auoupTa htbald
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jftttfH an Important part I* the decor* j
i ttoA of ths srbnol'hHor Harper** j
Thirty Hour* la Ikr Swat.** W««M.
Tb« Ircturc of Dt. Mrlgtyr* laat at- j
mine wa*. If nythlM. m »rr cnihu.t j
| aatlrally lai Ivrd th>* that of the j
1 night Mi* “Thirty Hour* Hi th.
. Siinlr** Wnrhl" wa* non rlr— rlpt Ivn
than "Egypt." and al thr aama Umr
•Rordtil nor. ample opportunity for
I <hr tutu riuctlmi of the paychtcal.
Nothing ronrrtrahk* could be Alter
I than the aentuai preached by the little
candle bottling agoikat the overwhelm
ing darktHMia in the largest room of
! Wyandoit Cavern*; and thl* wa* only
ion. of almllar tnierludea epirltually
I uplifting and reAnHng to a rare degree.
Th. “poet-preacher"*" marvelona de
: arrlptlr. power* have never had more
ample *mpe then wh-n dealing with
Amerlrc’. marvelou* eataeomb*. The
vaat audlener aaw with the speaker all
the wonder* of that great underworld.
Ml with btm the horror of the Intan.
| glble darknerw—*o thirk that II *eem- i
<d tangible—and were oppn-aaed with
him by the tamaturalne** of lb. dead
ly »tlllne*>v The higbeat aummll of
1 maaterly use of the Rngilah language I
wa* reached, when the speaker made !
hi* btarera rejolra «vlth him and the i
heavenly melodiea *ung by the *o- I
prano In the echoing rave. < |
If any fault could he found with the
rniperb efTort. It lay In the fart that j
the eprnker paaard h'» moat effective j
climax, and apoke with le«* telling
force a quarter of an hour too long.
However, the lecture wa*. a» a
whole, no preeminently «atlafarlory
that Lyceum member* will consider
themselve* mo»t fortunate If the rest
of the course 1* cne-half so good ns the
tl is a mattter of sincere regret that
the illness of her daughtr will prevent
the presence of Mrs. J. Jefferson
Thomas, one of the most enthusiastic
members of the Daughters of the Con
Mrs. W. B. Lamkin. of Augusta. Is at
Mrs. McHenry's. She waa formerly
Miss IJllte Deas, and is a graduate of
Shorter College. Many of her old
friends will doubtless he glad to call
on her.—Rome Tribune.
Mrs. Eve and Mrs. Jacks, delegates
at the U. D. C. convention spent this
week at the meeting in Rome.
Mies Graham has returned from an
extended Northern tour.
Mrs. W. H. Warren has returned from
a visit to New York.
The lareest end mont HYACINTHS
complete assortment 1 CLIPS
of choice Imported NAHCISSTS
HTJLB3 In tlm city. AND Oi HER
Do not wait until they BIT LBS.
are picked over.
Our Evergreen Lawn
Crass Seed we believe
to be the best sold in
the South. We sell fine
Lawn Mowers, Water
ing and Flower Pots,
We are headquarters
for everything in the
ALEXANDER SEED CO.
632 Broad Street.
Bell Telephone 2076.
TO HAVE YOUR
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l air foalght sad Awaday. tt arums
tt’aahingtoa far*, a.i fur ftmth faro-1
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,nonhrfn parrlbiti imifhi wmrmm #»t»* :
day. light variable alad*.
Lwtl foraraat fr Augusta and vt* I
Iflulty Fair tools hi and gunday, aat-
I m« t Hands y.
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inn th«**iw *r«l l*i tM* ( *hio ullty *n4
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' tvrn half of tMo rountry. tin* f*ll bokui
dtHdH ov*r ib«* Hnulh Allnntllt* itilw.
and tr« mucti hiihzr owt th**
i rro*t orcaiTHl (hi* morninir at th*
I Mt. Lout*. Mo.
j Camak. Oa.
(Tiariott*. N. C.
| Hladtvlll*. B. C.
i Lumberton. N. C.
Fort Gain*. Ga.
Fort Glii*on. Mi**.
1 UvlnyMtofi. Ala.
i Meridian. Mi**-
i Tht» following miixlmum wind v*-lori
| tit** an? nponnd: Port Kadi. 3« mUcA
j* 1I >m north; Hattt*ra», 34 mil***, from
northw«at; Cleveland, 44 mile*, from (
Kxeept in North Carolina no rain hue
fallen over the cotton belt In the pant
Langley Bream, Pom
pano. Spanish Mackerel,
Fresh Water Trout, Blue
fish and Whiting, cooked
in any style. Arlington
Shipment to the Mlssion«rles in the
Hephtibali, Ga., Oct. 15.—Yesterday
afternoon Rev. J. W. R. Jenkins, Mrs.
C. E. Miller, Miss Mattie Rhodes, Mrs.
U. B. Frost, Mrs. R. E. Jones, Mrs.
H. t>. Murphy. Mra. F. W. Carswell,
Mrs. C. H. Thomas, Mrs. J. I. Davis
and Mrs. J. H.-Oliver nipt at the res
idence of Mrs. J. A. Carswell for the
purpose of getting ready a shipment
to a missionary In the far West. The
contributions aggregate s7B,lf> and
barrel and bog weighed 156 pounds. It
was shipped via the Southern Express
line to Springfield. Mo., (hence via
Wells-Fargo Express to Elvano, Okla.,
to Rev. T. R. Bowman, at Seary,
Okla. Tlie contents of the shipment
will no doubt bring joy and gladness
to the missionary and his large family.
Look Here 1
* Is anything the matter with you hair?
Do you fear baldness? Then let me
treat your hair In time. If already bald
let me restore it, for I’ve done so on
scalps bald for long years. Come to
see me at 825 1-2 Broad street.
THE JOHNSON CASE.
The Decision of the supreme Court
In the case of Humphrey Johnson vs.
State, Judge Callaway's' decision, re
fusing a new trial; Is reversed by the
supreme court, and a new trial award
ed. The case will he tried again at the
October term of the superior court.
Mr. Baxter and Messrs. Russell &
Rosenfield represent Johnson, and are
hopeful of an acquittal. 1
Itt fl I IRE ALARMS.
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tHrer ik# P» a lawk! dlMg P r «a *» -
IA tamp P*4 h*» a lafiwd *«4 b**t
««fi 9ea*M# a»w*M i- •** tPe flf** om».
At itaMt I# o'flark thl* fttottiliig. the
detmtimeat wa* **r*ln called ■-< The
alarm earn* 4m froaa r*»a ti*e < n'*«•»*
leal. Mo t. Mo. 2 and the hemp and lad*
tier rvaponded They found xan* bos*
e* In th*' Imum* of Mr. John 4. Kvan*.
on lower Reynold* afreet, on fire. Th#
blase «•« fUkJU) e*im*Ut*hed
The blase oeearred from M defer live
flu*' in ihe rhtmney
Finest Select Norfolk
Oysters. Arlington Annex
TO KILL OR MARRY SAXTON.
Mr*, (borge had aa Alternative For
the Dead Man.
Canton. O, Sept. IS.—lt t* reportel
that the state ha* evidence that Mr*,
tleorgc purchased a eelf-acilng 3**,*all.
lira revolver In Chicago racemly. and
said that she ex|*-c!ed to use It to kill
Kaxton. Mir la alleged to have *atd to
a friend immediately after the aettte
menl of the damage caae of her former
husband against Max lon laat week :
Now there will lie either a wedding
or a funeral.’*
One Mho waa present when Prosecu
tor Homerene conferred with President
McKinley, say* the latter, apenktag for
the family, said they did not wl*h tn
appear a* proaecutor*.
Al the hearing. Terry Van Horn
—a newspaper man testified that six
months ago, when In Mra. Alth'iuse s
yard, Mrs. George drew a revolver on
Mrs. Althouse and Saxton, end was dls- .
armed. She aenl on the following morn
ing for Van Horn and told him then
that she would yel kill Saxton, partlo- j
ulaily If he refused to marry her.
The policemen who arrested her said
that they smeliwl powder on her right
hand and that hand ras discolored.
French Teas, Mushrooms and Sar
dine* cheap at Lamkin A Co.'s.
HAZEI) ON EXCHANGE FLOOR.
Jacob Field, a New Member, Under
goes the Old-Time ••Initiation.”
New York. Oct. 15— Owing to the
opposition of the stock exchange au
thorities tthe old-time ceremonies
which attended the introduction of a
new member on the floor have recently
been little observed. There was a re
vival. however, of ancient customs on
Thursday when Jacob Field, a newly
elected member, made his appearance.
He was treated to live liveliest “inia
tion” iu two yearn W. B. Oliver. Jr.,
took one of Mr. Fields' arm* and C.
H. Dp Witte the other. They rushed
him Into the American Tobacco crowd,
yelling "New Tennessee!” the lime
honored greeting to new members.
The crowd caught up the crowd and
also caught Mr. Field, of whom they
made a human football. He was
shoved, pushed and hauled, his hat
was Jammed over Ills eyes, ami then
tossed into the air to be later mash
ed to pieces under the feet of tlie
crowd; his collar was torn off and bis
hair pulled, and when he got away be
was a wreck in personal appearance.
He bad taken the initiative, however,
good-naturedly and he was there, after
the reclpletn of general congratula
Mr. Field is well known in Wall
street, where he started as clerk in a
broker's office thirty years ago. He
became a member of the Consolidated
Exchange in 1886, and has been one of
the most prominent and successful op
erators on that exchange.
Mr. Hankinson Improving.
Mr. Ben Hankinson, of Beech Island,
who was Beverly cut about two weeks
ago by Coleman Hammond, one of his
farm bands, is improving. Mr. Han
kinson was able to sit up for a short
while yesterday fop the first time.
Our policy it to Mil Iht most A b*tt good* for
th* least money. In doing thl* w* *r# helping
our customers, helping them by ii'v-ng them
good goods •* fftlr prl cos. Prices thftt ftrs **
then others chftrg*. ftt th* sftme time * I low
ing them to pfty th#lr bills ft Mttift s»ch month
ore»ch tttwek to suit their corw*S^!l!SL—
gmt~ I'nd't felt to «*# '
It** , f 5* i4»m> r*Htr
Tl>«v •»« »v#!t«*l »*!«*#
iiiitrh pMtrv tu tt»MM» mini tfc*t
lit iitcin it %» f»#f toll Haft
than v* »»l.
They Commence At
Few the Good Kind,
and Stop at the Best.
Our High Arm. High
Standard. High Grade
S«wing Machine. Fullyi
Warranted, just as good
as any. heller than many.'
SI.OO Cash and
Monday Morning. 9to IO o’clock, just for
one hour, we will sell 25 yards of Matting
and one good 30-inch Smyrna Rug for $4.25
—The Matting is worth $6.25 and the Rug
$2.50. This sale will continue but one hour,
commenciner at 9 o’clock Monday morning.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED.
Padiell Mil Com,
1110 and 1112 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
To Be Given ~at the Armory Next
Invitations are out, to a military ball
to be given on next Wednesday even
ing at tbe Armory. The committee lo
charge is composed of Sergt.J. M. Roe
sej, Corp. C. T. Seliler, I*. H. 8-
Bricey and W. N. Chandler, Jr., who
are making all necessary arrangements
to make the ball an unqualified suc
New Dutch and Kippered Herrings ut
Lamkin & Co.'s.
ffBT- **t-i twthw ttt* Mam Bml
••*%*<» «*»l fta>
t-r-4 m»n Mad* oM «f «*)’ tt—n—B
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tltt* **4 •* MUM <tt tttt** Itti
SO WE CHARGE 522.
AND YOU CAN PAY *J.uO
CASH AND 7< lIiNIS WEEKLY
FOR THL BALANCE
it \\ J y l
Our White Enamel Steel
Beds, brass trimmed, at
$2.99 have caught on
prefty well. Dozens of
them have been scat*
tered around Augusta.
We want to sell a few
more of them next week
—Of course, we have
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT AND SATURDAY MATINEE
W. S. Cleveland's Greater Massive
Minstrels united with Ge.orge Wilson’s
World’s Model Minstrels
Two shows, one price. Big dual pro
gram includes K. M. Hall. John Queen,
Juan Caisedo, King of the Wire. News
boys’ Quintette, Troubadour Four, Ke
-110 & Welsh and many other stars. See
the English Hunt Club Parade. Mati
nee prices: Adults 50 cents. Children
under 12, 25 cents. „ #