Foot T ailors **
An 4 fMtf <m miftH gMfMhr*i to (01001 your (mi m
M toikw |p idling your Skid- litto4. *(to
nt« SK>« tlwuM hi *km*i «i tor ** ih* oW am.
Our Shut* ««t oanuiMd by h**r*v dn%nm.
fDiifsut t‘: iuftii fey brainy warinMit thy Kivt ih* fov
pm of bratm iB aw thorn in Myk. vih w
vtM. ind ihoy a#* worn by brniny (too^k-
EASY ON THE PURSE
EASY ON THE FEET -
Wo Aft Ufflaui far fhc tnulkKni coUacttan ind
dttf ribuibgi of only men Shat* « you aw
httorti by buying.
The Cleixymcn Who
Come lo Augusta.
Work Acr*to)listo4 fcf l*p«nto
(• til IW (HtoNtt rhaag"* *hee» ,
It wwa* 41mm *• Mtfe regretted than I
It UM irtMhiriti of He» I. F Ml*'
smi It the Mots* tolfwt Hi Mliofl
lit torn* vletlotol lire *• pr r•ld'nx
titer tor few |nn ll* I* *» able
pMtrMi h 4 • Mts of pfumtaero * If*
trill H* MrftMrd tor* Uy tto It** i.
H Mir* nf tto Ml ton no dlstrlrl Mr i
KIM I* loti'T belovad to Ml »ho
k*ow ht». to I* *lto kit trlf* toil
lire* llltl* rWMrrt
dry William Datbaf. afl*r aervlag
a inrnttfnl pailontr of four yaar* at
4ak*iF> church trill *« lo Ihr Hat
naklMrlrl R#» R H O Kna and.
of tk* Broad Kl**r circuit. of the A»*»-
rot .t'rlr'rt Mr Rngtand la a brother
of Rn I. R Kurland. of Broadway
Method's* rhurrdi Me It a An* rr*trh
rr aa vacellept rhme'rr and a more
R*« J. R. Lewis, of Woml’awn.
will go 10 Cnlvarton. Oa Mr totrir
ha* nalt been Motioned tore for o te
year He la one of the beat mm In th->
laafrrmrr an able preacher and la j
(.tried «UH moat reluctantly. ft *ll
to h a untiring elfortt that the ehnr*b
I* 'ndebled for Ibe pretty and eowferl
al I* ftroiDM* » takdi bat recently torn
liallt. Mr. lealr trill to twrmlr'i "•>*
Ree. M. S. Myrlrk, who comet from
DotMfaaetrir*. Oa.. where be ha* been (
tit turned for Ihe laat four year* Mr
Myrlrk la a moat lovable and highly
esteemed gentleman and a preacher
of eslraordlnary ability. Hla book on
“Infant Baptism* la a fin* work and
hat been attentively glrculated. Mr
Myrlrk doe* not move often and K I* .
a noticeable fact that tbe laat twenty
a noticeable fart that the la* tweny
four year* of hla aervlcea have been
wpen on only al* appointment*. Mr.
Myrtck'a family conalata of a wife and
Rev. J. B. Morrla, of Orovetnwn and
mltalon* wl I be tranaferred to HanTl
ton rhurch. Dalian. Oa. Hl* place will
to Ailed by Rev. Henry Pare, formerlv
stationed at Dalton Mr Par* I* a
bright aludent end will ably tbe place
to which he ba* been appointed.
Parlor Oar and Sleeping Service 11c
tween Atlanta. Savannah and Milled,
and Albany, Oa.
The Central of (leorcla Railway com
pany hat Inaugurated parlor car and
sleeping oar nervier between Atlanta
and Albany, ikt.. on train leaving Al
bany 4:15 a. m., arriving Macon 7:41) a.
in., Atlanta 11:1* a m., and on train
leaving Atlanta 4:05 p. in., arriving
Macon 7:20 p. m., Albany 11:05 p. m.
Passenger* from Albany. Oa., holding
berth tickets can take Bleeper at 8 p.
m., thus allowing them to remain 111
(deeper over night. Passengers arrlv
lug Albany at 11:05 p. m. may remain
In sleeper until 7:00 a, in. ltate fur
double berth In sleeper, 150 tulles and
under. *1 50; over 150 miles. *2. Charg
es for seals, as follows:
50 miles and under 2.V'.
51 mites to 125 miles 50c,
128 mite* to ;on miles lie.
* ;oi mile* to 300 miles .. .. SI.OO
Yours very truly,
J. t\ IIAII.K.
(lenersl Passenger Agent.
AT - n
J. MILLER WALKER, HATTER
watch UB tiimWg
*4 «*• IMt T*i
IRf) ||«•• p)iitg| Svrwft. II W. T
5 UTH - Imperial Cw*l (*B.. J II
:.H-K4>> M. I R . grocer
i HIS Kirkland. K , giwrertee.
I ISM Labe J. F.. rrWldetK*
j giM—Lambert. J. H , wines and Il
ya# - ffOsmov. P 3 ., sheriff* rest
-4 IV- kin* Manufacturing Co.. H
C. Pet kins, rvwtdrni e d**x set equip
!» Head Mrs. 11. M , residence.
ISIS— Redd. V., beef market.
I 1714b—Rival. Jules. French .lore.
IIR-Knrwl, A K . meat mark i
jg- Ituaaell. R. J coal and wood
HP— Prhwrer*. J R residence
IMS gtolli'e Nuia. ry. C. C. Oiulh.
2g..*lutii A Co , K C,, restaurant
tm-Thorniwon. Thorn**. Idarksmith.
I**l Tlmtorlake A Co.. F. A., dim
„H*4 Walker, ileorge Wm„ residence.
1055-Williams. Bishop. 11. S . resid
ent —WlngAeld. Nlalret, realdenr**.
1073-Winter, Mr*. A Mresidence.
sm Wolfe. Mra, W Mltctoll. resi
U. 5. ARMY TELRPM4INES.
ijU-Punhiilnfand Shipping Com
missary offlte, Lieut. Col H. J.
jgo Quartermaster's Department
office, Capt. W. C. R Calquhnun.
jgo -Calqulioun, Capt- W. C. R
Desk Set l^ulpment.
idfi—(lallagher, Lieut Col. H. J. res
71-Shlpplng and Receiving Ware
house, Doolittle’s Warehouse.
107 Shipping and Receiving Ware
house, Central of <la. Depot.
jqo Shipping and Receiving Ware
house, C. 4k W. C. Depot.
■OS fled leal Depot Warehouse, C.
6 W. C. Depot.
6— Shipping and Receiving Ware
house, Cla. R. R. Depot.
60 Shipping and Receiving Ware
house, Southern R’y Depot
Day Station, Camp
McKenzie, rionte Sano.
Our aohrtrrlber* can connect with nay
of the station* of the government tel
ephone exchange located at their camps
hy culling for connection with the gov
W. H. ADKINS, Manager.
Whole Wheat Flour.
The whole wheat flour that la being
manufactured by the Clark Milling Co.
ih exhibited nt the Masonic Fair. It Is
a great deal more nutritious than the
ordinary flour. Miw. Susie Wholes*
showed the Herald representative some
bread made from It. mul It looked al
most too nice to eat.
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Tto memories graven oh each bear!
For Auld I Jin* Syo*
Prayer- B*v. C. C, William*
Vocal Splo. “Sleep Thy Mat Sleep ”
Barttot—Misa Frances Cleary Mlaa
Anal# Cleary, aceompanl**
Memorial iddrw.Onr Order —Broth-
er W P Hixson.
Vnra! Solo. “The Harden of Prayer."
Vernon Re"- Mrs Hansberger
Kulogv Brother P J Snlllvan
Tenor Solo. “Over the Stars There fa
Real." Frani AM —IJant J. Frank
Ryley. Howard T'nalev. aceompaniat
Kulogy—Brother Henry C. Ham
Trio. “Father 1-esd Me by Thy Hand”
_Miss Frauen* Cteare Mra Han*-
be ger. Lieut J Frank Rvley How
ard Tlnalay. accompanist
Thnnntopala—Brother W. J. Cole.
The andlenee la requested lo Join 1°
singing the Dnxollrgj:
Praise Him from whom all hteastng*
Praise Him that doth all good bestow;
Praise Him in love and Brotherhood;
Praia* Him In hope nnd Fatherhood.
TENTH OHIO VS. C. L. A.
Another Excellent (lame of Indoor
The C. D. A. Indoor hall team and
the team of the tenth Ohio regiment
will play another game at St. Patrick s
hall next Tuesday night.
Thi** frame played la»t week between
the above teams resulted In a victonr
for the soldier ball players, although the
C t. A.'* put up an excellent exhibi
tion of ball playing. The latter team
nay they will show the boys a thing
or two at the next game. The small
admission of ten cents will he charged
to gee t hem me.
Thomas & Barton have
bought out Fargo. You
should see the bargains
they are offering in Furni
ture and Housefurnishings
The Eighth Pennsylvania Band Hade
Music For Fair.
The elgth Pennsylvania regiment
band rendered some excellent concerts
In front of Masonic hall last afternoon
and night. A large number gathered
to hear the music. It proved a great
attraction for the fair. The kindness of
the military authorities In allowing the
limjhl to play for the fair is mm h ap
preciated by the fair management.
Y. M. C. A.
Ur. Plunkett Will Deliver Address
It la expected that a large number
will be at the V. .M. t’. A. hall this
afternoon to luxtr Dr. I'unket a ud-
Secretary Leach of the Pennsylvania
y i_' a teltt will lead the Song
The boys meeting at 5 o'clO'.k will he
conducted hy Pi'oi'. tleo- P Butler.
The men’s meeting Is, at :: "5 o'clock.
All military men arc especially in.vitcd
to la: present.
Delegation of ,*llll Ope
mtivn on a Call.
TV* Itatt i|g Ktottt Aw R»
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ftfiA Hiimlay In Jamiii-y Most. n«
to till MIM# M *
AH liH’»Htt itiftt who may i# it # r j
miittM Atifu«f» **n that
,-auUv tnvltod to
Th-* nimt si&tFfl, sad It la
that an Intellectual •« «#M a* l * no»ral
treas f* In store for those who Wf* *-
on hsnd to flsten to the Rev. Dr Tlun
l ket's discourse.
Inauguration of New Dining Car I In#
on Southern Railway's I'klled
statcs I asi n«ll Train*.
On Nov. 20. the Pouthern railway ea
| tahliched a superb new dining car line
l.etween Fhartotte and Washington on
Ihe I’nited Slat'* fast mail. No*. 35
snd 38. ThD service mskes this train
equal to the famous Washington and
1 Southwestern Vestibule Limited.
whose reputation has revolutionised
1 travel In the ttouth.
For Information or reservation In
Pullman cars, call on or address
J R HEYWARD,
T. P. A., 730 Broad street,
Happy Marriage Consummated Laat
\ o Evening
The marriage of Miss Leonore Sego.
to Mr. Arthur Jones.,of Baltimore, oc
curred at 8:30 last evening at the First
Baptist parsonage. Dr. Lansing Bur
The bride wore a stylish traveling
suit Of black cloth lined and trimmed
with turquoise bluej and a becoming
hat to match, and after the ceremony
a delightful supper was served at the
home of the bride’s parents, corner of
Broad and Centre streets.
Mrs. Jones Is a most charming and
lovable young woman, who numbers
her friends hy the score. Mr. Jones is
a prominent commercial man.who holds
a responsible position with a large Bal
Mr. and Mrs. Jones left this morning
for Savannah, nnd will visit Jackson
ville and other Southern points before
returning in Baltimore, where they
will make their future home.
Mr. J. Miller Walker has In hand the
finest assortment of gents' shirts ever
seen in this city. The styles and colors
are strictly up to date in everv respect.
His prices are very reasonable Indeed.
The line of gloves, start’s, hosiery and
underwear carried the above, popu
lar gentleman is worthy the inspection
of every civilian ailt soldier in lids
Georgia Cari« Syrup 2Sc
' per gallon at Whitaker &
McGowan's, *£24B Broad
Street. Strowger 'Phone
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Tftt# coming rlftliaii S'# to hr aa
fair m It to ptm* bl# to mmk*
Th# rtnyni of weapon* In tbe poll a
la p rob IN tad by bv W—pot# maa*
Tb# l«o ta mprratlt# aa to tlfta
My I ricnd f rom India Acenery Not
Here on Time
My Friend fr> m India wra* greeted by
and ntirnt prrrn oiaii* ’* ? r ** r ' *■ •
«*ry *«f th# tr«H p not arriving ttntl) S
4,’i loik im» th# i*#rfarmaiH# did »*»t h#~
i.n:ll 4 0 4 lin k.
pauence had It* reward.
The performance su exeellcnt.
FOR SALE _
60 Acre Farm midway
between Hephzibah and
Address A. H. Harkney-
To BE A 810 THINO
Then Foucher Sela CJreal Store By Hl*
Theo. Koucher sets great atore hy the
display he ia to put on Dec. 9. 12 and
13. lie says:
“The display will be one of Ihe moat
realistic ever held in August*. It will
be presented at the hall park on Dec.
9. 12 and 13. Three hundred soldiers
will represent the battle of .Santiago
In a sham battle, and the blowing up
of the Maine will be ahown.
“Then will come a vaudeville per
formance. after which cornea tbe grand
’This will occur at K:3Q. and w ill be
« treat of a lifetime.”
The Ohio man who hanged hims,-lf
with a towel simply wiped himself out
It is better to accept some state
ments than to bother to hunt up the
M. E. MACAULAY J. A. MULLARKY P- P-_SULLiyAN
Macaulay & Co.
Have $35,000 in Dry Goods— in fact, too much for this time of the
year. The balance of the month will offer Bargains in every depart
ment. Nobody is in any better position to sell Dry Goods so cheap.
We buy for cash and each member of the firm are hustlers. The most
competent set of Clerks in the city.
OUR FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT—IO cases of fine Japanese China
ware put on sale today. Our reputation in this line is invulnerable. In
an early inspection you are wise.
Macaulay & Co.
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THE AUGUSTA HERALD
and the hull strike
Front lb Atlanta joarnol »( Üb«r.
. Tit# Au*«*ta Herald Lu »h»»B its fHeffdaittp toward ocgan
ta#d labor durtnff lb# cotton mill trouble. and baa l*rt *'> •
• bo b Mm la Ita reports. It ha*, also *Hen the operative# full :
! latitude la statin* their aid* of tt»» owawHon. which baa door ;
: much to win and main public sympathy and confidence.
Aecumulaled exceaa of dally mean
j temperature atnee Jan., 2.41.
Average dally excess *,nce Jan. 1. 0«.
Prevailing direction of *r.nd, north
Total movement of wind. *.487 mile*
Maximum velocity of wind, direction
and dale. 29 miles; from northwest.
Total pr#c*lplta< ion. 5.10 Inch#*.
Number of Any* with 01 Itch or
more of precipitation, 13.
Number of clear da;.-*. 2; partly
jclody days. 7; cloudy fayt.. 1.
Dates of frost, on* recordrd during
M«»n maximtim temperature. <8.1;
mean minimum temperature. 41.9.
Ideal* "t beauty change'from age to
I age and differ among different people*.
] The curlou* thing la that humanity la
[apparently capable of the physical
trnnaformatfpfta that the ideals de
The statement la made that American
girl* nrc tailor and larger than thev
used to be. and fleures are given to
prone It. -Vor ia thee anything Impro
bable in this. *_
The lnckea**t attefiltton to athletic* In
late year* would account for It easily
eiiooilt. There are few sport* now In
which women cannot and do not take
an active part. The healthy girl of to
day walks, tides, row a, swims, play golf
an ’ xail* a. boat as fteoly and naturally
as her brother does, and is an entirely
different being from her predecessor of
a generation ago. That this should
i fci.n its *oo* * tto «tor ftottofto ad fipa
-b# mNi-*#* N* war* •# •»•%# #r a* raaa
j mO , ## f mm s Hfertu to tb# toiaiw# 4to t«a«ai
ftCWNMa •OEhPT 990 4* % ‘ * p#to#4M #•
la> a tiff f-IOMNL ttoto## •#ma mom •* #*to.<
r%m hr f*bito< *90440(9. 094 099% torn
Sm % ** 'h* '■ 0 tfcifi p|lQ i ■■toOiltoa •
<to |ga* * 9« ArtA**#. ah# »# too# t#
t’MF# to Fab aiafrr •*? Fa If a r ~* i*Tto#v a# I #.
whteh w» ar» wont !<• gen.-TWllte at*
• ir#ifl< lal and do not affect In th# l#a»t
tb»* essential nature of the ace But
• till we should h# cotwrtnin of lit in* In
a very dlffer.nt atmosphere If w# were
iranaferred sudd-nK ft..m the present-*
„f the *trl of I*M to that of the girt
Those skilled In such matter* have
often noted that other rhange* than
;hoa» In manner* aeett lo have a
fashion of their own
A well known woman In society or a
popular adreae Is imitated a I nausettm.
until dark hair, or thin tips, or a pale
•■omplexlon. or what not, la a* common
as the opposite thinks were six m»ntha
Whatever type huppen# to sttikp th*
fancy i# multiplied a hundred times
The sarcastic say that it is all art.
hut there are t-ertalnly authentic cases
tvhete the beauty was genuine enourh
—ite It blonde or dark.' Titian red or
Watteau blue, that at the time was
AU this only shows the adoptability
of woman to her environments, in
which respect she is two or three cen
turies ahead of that wretched creature
- man. For our own part «e arc triad
that Just now the healthy, tall ath
letic srlrl has rhe (Idtd. even though th»
result may be that at fashionable wed
dings. as we are told, it is no unusual
occurrence to see the bride towering
several Inches above the bridegroom.
This is no argument for women to stop
growing, but rather a warning to men
to forswear sack and live cleanly and
so keep up with their partners In tha
game of life—Providence Journal.