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t*n4 to M **y of th* »lr»r*«oao rod*
••••ton* *Ui> out of hi* »r**t«
II worn* (bat leader Oallrr ms* *oon
rhaag# hi* «w«r to that of tb« or*
MarjUed representative. Mr. Mudd
For th* Haveaes*. that Thanksgiv
h| dinner at tor Hotel Ihuje. must
bare becoe a hard not to crack, eh?
The Hike’ or*»n;*t waa wn fort »*#*#-
Ijr pr*r<n' <1 from readerln* Barb's
Va«<i* in P minor by a painful boar
Quay shook lb* plum tree. Ihe grand
jury shook Quay, and now tbe lawyer*
will father tbe plum*.— Fort Wayne
Had Congreenman Kleniin* s vlalt to
the White House aajthtn* to do with
Inviting the President to stup over In
That the worm will turn t« shown by
tbe patient and humorous Private John
Allen leading the onslaught against
Tbe Herald Is glad to hear Ed Bar
rett say that the expansion of the
Age-Herald keep# pace with that of the
The Rome Tribune Is Inviting let
ter* from Juvenile Romans to "dear
old Santa Claus" and says that It will
forward copies to Saint Nick.
There Is n growing Impression, ue
roidlng to the Birmingham News, that
the Mad Fakir of Swat is none other
than Pompadour Jim Corbett.
When u womon'B drew I* described
a* a perfect dream Its coal ia apt to
prove a nightmare to her husband,
says tbe Americus Times-Recorder.
Et tu Brute: “The Augusta cotton
mills, with one exception, have been
forced to cloae down because of the
strike of their employee against a cut
In wages.—Nashville American.
Mr. Carnegie can return to Scotland.
Mr. Schurs to Germany nnd Mr. God
kin to England, but the professional
pair, Van Holtz ami Norton, will have
to accept the situation as tt comes
booming along. They are tied to the
The Herald thinks that ihe Jackson
ville Times-l'clon can truly lay claim
to exclusiveness In advertising. Here's
what we mesn: "Now Open to the
Public.—Nearly 100 gigantic ostriches,
each bird weighing from 250 to 400
pounds, standing from six to eight feet
high; all in full plume; also a lot of
baby ostriches, Just hatched, Ostrich
eggs, etc., etc. The most Interesting
and peculiar sight In America. For
sale on the farm. Tips, Plumes. Boas,
Cape*. Collars. Fans at Producers'
Prices. Patronize home Industry."
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Irf p er*nt>p*t Mil wed tk*r*by torn**
ik* prvaaat Mellow hrtw**w the Mnr
' odkrrra and to* *agtw*fw,
W> would call sttcnilo* lo th* al
moai aaaatawus r#»* of tk* Ho®*» Ap
i ropnstbHi Cotamßi** a» Atlanta teat
ar*rh oa tbr I hr** Item*—th* common
school fund, the p*u»!o*a approprts
tkins and th* geological bureau fund.
Th* lot of th* Georgia legislator
the** days < aanot ha any too pleawnt
a one. The demand for ratranebment
all over lb* slat# I* peremptory and de
rided. and where lo begin without
treading too heavily on certain toe*,
or ratting down apparently necessary
! Item* atast be a dltoenlt task. It -
might seem at Brat as though the,edu
' cat Iona) fund should he th* very last
ta feel tbe* pruning knife, but the abls
MUI sensible suggestions la this Ques
tion by the Hon. Is>ul# F. tJarrard srs
evidently having weight.
Th* common school fund Is cut down
t4oO,oott-~thls year's extra approp-in
tlort of thsl sum -being token off
The pension appropriation* were al
lowed to remain Intact—to fart, being !
increased something over M.wa to
meet elslms now on Ble, which could
not be met out of tbe last appropria
tions. I’uck-r thr bill the total pensions
will aggregate gtWl.iKHt.
While the need and value of thr geo
ioglcsl burrau is m-ogntsrd. It will
have to wall for ftushrr times for more
rocks In the treasury, as the eommtt- j
tee voted not to appropriate a single
dollar for It.
THE ELKS' MEMORIAL
The Elks' memorial service yester
day afternoon at tbe opera house was
beautiful, impressive and pavtlrularly 1
A short year ago. In the same hall,
upon the oernslon of the last Ix>dge of
Sorrow, those of the four mrmbers of
the Order were present In the full flush
of health and vigor, that yesterday
made no answer as their name* were
called. There was silence and no re
sponse. Their voices were hushed in
death. And a year hence, whose, from
among those that were yesterday af
ternoon raised In praise to the Exalted
Ruler of the Universe, shall be forever
stilled by the same mysterious and
ORE BIGlf OF THE lIMES.
As Augusta’s hotels are all full and
doing tine business, and that justly
famed hostelry, the Bon-Air, will
throw open its doors In a few days
with the prospect of a record-breaking
season nhond, the following, taken
from the latest Issue of the Hotel Reg
ister, will be of interest. Speaking of
tho hotel business in New York city,
"This year the hotels have been do
ing so large a business that any civic
gathering rather overburdens them.
All the hotels, as a result of better
times, have had sn old-fashioned
abundance of out-of-town visitors. At
tbr Marlborough there Is a parfy of
Southerners, seventy-five strong, sli
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M. L. R.
Advertising N»t Advertl-lng.
1 There I* adverttelng stid advertising.
Irbat Is to say. there Is So-called ex
-1 ploltotlon and exploitation that Is gen
uine Business Arms get out pam
phlets, booklets, circulars, etc sod
, these may or may not bring good re
Then there are church, churlty. club
and other programs, year books, etc.,
which are filled with advertlsriVnt* In
name, hut not In fact. The houses
which advertise in these do not expect
any return*; they give their sds be
cause they fear to lose custom If they
withhold them. It Is a process of sand
bagging which individuals submit lo
from lack of courage to resist It.
But business men In the several com- j
munities of the country are getting
very tired of the Imposition. In sQtne
places they nre combining t oreslst it.
and declare they will advertise only In
.legitimate newspapers, whoae business
Is to advert lac, which seek advertise
ments. which protect the sdvertlser
nnd which see that the woutd-be buyer ,
gets the advertisement.
Newspapers make a study of the art
of advertising. It constitutes the ma
jor Jortlon of their receipts. It is to
their Interest to study It; It is their
interest to see that the advertisement
docs the advertiser good. Newspaper
advertising is the one. sure and cer
tain way of getting results Horn adver
Had to 00.
“We are worried about Julia; she
got out of a sick bed to go to the the
“How could she?”
"She had to go; she hnd a ticket.”
A Contlnous Ovation.
"Did your India cousin enjoy her
vlalt to Chicago?”
“I should say so. Every hand organ
shp saw was playing ‘On the Banks of
the Wabash.’ ”
“Mr. Newby, we don’t see you at our
socials any more.”
"No; I’ve got Into society now.”
A selling race often turns out to be
a racing sell.
A good example may be a disease,
but it is seldom contagious.
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oa along th* *lr*M Crown ns over,
there w*r* aenr# sights sad saeprtae*
| haven't yws Knock#** In wait#
awhile, and thought pnaalbly that h*
was enjoying a well-earned - or per
hap* I should say well-menu-l
slaty or alasty days’ rest »om*where
at the county's expense But Knork
#n» was earning sotoetbing etas Satur
day bight, b* am* cAralng aa honest
dim* by beating th* base drum out old*
th* Klnetoacope show As a hentvr.
dead or oth*t wia*. Km» kc.n's all
right. Saturday night h* was thump
ing the big drum to heat the hand, he
waa doing btmself proud, sppsr. n i»
throwrin his whole soul Into the pre
cision. volume and rythni of his
I couldn't help thinking that |>w«d
hly bts proaresa was acquired by hang
ing on the door of hla cell —I say hi*.
because hea been In 'em all down
at police headquarters.
He seemed ashauicd of tbe job,
though. He woulda't raise hi* eye*
from the sidewalk and kepi hammer
ing away even when .the barker, up in
his llttjw box. yelied for him to stop.
Perhaps, though. It wasn't the iialu.'e
of tbe Job, but the fact that he was
working, that worried him. However,
the spieler stopped him. and then rap
ping lor attention with his rattan esne
he Informed the crowd that inside
could be seen "the most marvelously
realistlc and life-like reproduction of
the world-famed Empire State Ex
press. going at a rat* of ninety miles
an hour," Ac.. Ac., and all for a
dime. That Is. that's the sense of
what he said. Hl* exact word* were.
• going like —well, I musn t repeat
everything I hear.
Then the hand struck up again—by
the way, 1 forgot to mention that the
band here consisted of a big drum
and a little drum, eurlouslv enough,
the small drum belns as skilfully ms
, nlpulated as was the big one. by
j Kuockcm, but the artist was a coon of
■ twice Knockcm's size.
Then the Observer turned back down
town and saw so much and such an
Interesting and continuous Saturday
night's performance, that he really
must wait for some other time to tell
After all. I'm rather glad I didn't get
a pass to the theatre.
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Softly, gently, to the west,
Sinks the sun In clouds to rest.
While I lull thee on my breast.
Babe, to sleep.
Comes afar the brook's low song.
Winds their tend'rest notes .prolong.
While I hold thee, free from wrong,
Babe, to sleep.
And I pray that. God may he.
Onward through eternity.
Ever near to guard o’er thee,
That when the dawn with gladsome
Cleaves the darkneaa of the night.
Thou mayst rise wltl visions bright.
Babe, from sfleep.
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H# kuass ail d# vajr vrwia de n#naaade
| Aam her hug ter. Oeo Park##, by Mine.
No d<f to-a go** It. he'# always th*
A anre flagrr. th# pout, whatever your
Hunt np Hr Morgan: hell give a
Our old friend Reed wsnta to go koine.
Th»a at liberty he aad be wot sloae.
Then Gene lamb, a brave little scoot
All may know he’s too young to be oat.
Urwto. the Joker and old-time actoe,
la singing, too, an important factor.
May I mention Ctooke. a wkit# headed
Hl* mothers pH it# and comfort and'
' A droll sort of a chap I* Yergry, tbe
For whom all have In store a pleaeant
A boy In our midst w* sometime* call
l.owe ts good-natured, and always
j ''stands pat"
Fred Gutbmnnn. our old ‘’family Joker”
; Noting his wit, you'd take him for
“Mickey" Walsh, from the "Isle of
He and Steven* make a good team.
Then Dewey King is proud of hi*
Reminds us of Dewey far over the
j The other day as It came to pass.
,Guy Mish smiled *t a Southern lass.
Byrnes Is not Irish, a* vou ml# **ht'- v
No more, sir, than our bugler, Joe
McMillan says that he never did work.
So now all duty is trying to shirk.
Carl Rltxman soys that he Is no Jew,
Boys, give the rights to him that Is
Quiet Joe Regan—let him alone;
He's thinking of loved ones now at
Now what shall be Ed. Mtnnemeyer’s
If he remains down town every night
Ned Farr tells us he's weary of life.
Of living in tents and the cares and
But Chester Williams has cheerful
Of consoling the boys these dreary
Then Karnatz huatleß and bustles
And tells the boys about mustering
Then Scbwaulm, we must never forgot
He sings bass in our famous quartette.
Car! Winters wears a smiling sac
With him 1 mus; close—no more space.
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Military CUFF BUTTORS
Uniforms lo Order
Overcoats to Order
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new Broad street houses
are still unrented. Special
prices will be made to de
John W. Dickey
1 A 2 Library Ba'ldiag.
MUTUAL LIFF INSURANCE COMPANY
Absolutely ln#aot«#Ubl* Policies From
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1 .arrest Dividends Lowes! Premiums
Voltiitors Wanted: c#U or write.
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North August* Co*l k Supply C*
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We sell Eastman’s Kodaks
and all size FILMS. Cali
and see how cheap we cat*
! supply your wants.
We have a full stock of
latest styles of Stationery.
All goods finest made.
Richards & Slater,
827 Broad St., City.
Paine, Murphy & Co.
BC3 Feyßdis st^TelEiihone^*"*
J mu. 1.,,rc »it« I.i«ed (o New Yur*
Chletfo uh] New OriMU.
Order* executed over our wire* fo*
Cotton. Stock*, Bond*. Grain and Pro.
; vial one lor cueb or on marglne. Local
•e< untie* bought and »ol<l. Rrftrawe
i —National Exchange Bank of Aujiutk
or Mercantile Aaencte*.
Number St Telfair street—Four room
house— l.o l 40x180 feet.
Ten acre* of land on the Sand Hillw,
near Hotel 808-Alr. Dwelling of 11
rooms, stable, bam and servant house.
Wl» sell at a aaerlflw.
Three small houses and lots on Sand
Hilts Will sell separately or all, at a
87 Acres of land near Wrixhtsbopu
road, one mile above city * new water
60 acres of land near Minpdffeville
road, seven miles from court house.
Clarence E. Clark
832 Broad Street.
FWI beg to notify my friends and
ro-tuniers that I have add :d another chair
to my Barber Shop, making six first-class
Barbers, end I hope to accommodate my
customera without waiting.
HOT AND COLD BATH 9.
COME EARLY AND OFTEN TO
Hickey’s Barber Shop
212 * 214 Eighth St..
OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL.