1347 Hroad Street, 7 room* 825.00
508 El 11a Street, 6 room* 825.00
953 Greene Street. 12 room*.. 50.00
344 Green Street, 9 room* 45.00
506 Lincoln Street, 8 room* 30.00
957 Reynolds Stre. t in rui>ms .. 37.50
10C Reynold* Street. C room*.. . 12.50
338 Walker StreeL 7 room* 25 00
947 Telfair Street. . root- • flat 18.00
1224 Broad Street.. 35 00
1252 Hroad SUTMt 65.00
570 Hroad Street 35.00
624 Campbell Street .. .. .. 45.00
222 Campbell Street 20 00
No. 765 Hroad Street *, 820.83
No. 8 Library Bid * ... 18 33
Office* la the PUa:cr* l . -aa A Savin** Bank Rulldln*.
WILLIAM E. BUSH,
IOW RENT I'ROM OCT. I.
606 Third SI , 6 room* and hath, new 127.50
413 T«lfalr, 8 room* and baLb 133 33
811'—8th 7 i •‘■nj* and bath 832.60
405 Twelfth St.. 6 room* and bath 825.00
Corner Greene and Twelfth, four r cms and hath. flat, third
floor •• ..817.50
446 Hay. new. po**>-**ton Nov. 1, 7 rooms, steam heat and open
grate*, . .a trinity and |ta>.. • 832.50
943 Reynolds. 8 r<">inn. modern 837.50
1242 Hroad Ht... 6 room a and bsth .. 825 00
1244 Hroad St., 6 room* and oath 825 00
1288'Broad St., Store 833.33
206-207 Sixth St., store 830.00
MARTIN <Sr GARRETT, dyhr building
ORDERS EXECUTED TO BUY AND SELL STOCKS. BONDS
AND INVESTMENT SECURITIES ON THE NEW YORK STOCK
EXCHANGE. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.
ARGO & JESTER.
7 Libiary Building. Phone 12.
FOR RE INT
420 Day Street, 9 room* ~ ~826 00
307 Washington Street, f. room*.. 25.00
309 Wu*hlngtnt) Street. 6 rnotna 25.00
632 Hroad Street, 8 room* 25.00
829 Telfair Street, 9 room* v .. 37 50
Telfair Street. The Hill, 10 rooms 58.00
404 Htßh sin , t s room* 12.00
North AttKoata, forest Avenue, 7 rooms 25.00
North Augusta. West Avenue, 5 room* 16.00
51964 Hroad Street. 3 rooms 18.00
1 bert Htri et roods 20.00
93) Kill* Street, 3 room*.. 12.00
Corner Telfair and Jackson Streets (Hi 00
Warehouse Walkec Street 83.33
CLARENCE E. CLARK,
REAL ESTATE, ~ 842 BROAD STREET.
Here’s a Good Rule!
Lay aelde a little money every week (or the laid.up or the
laid oft day. Or to meet euch an emergency ae that through which
we have Juet paaeed.
One Dollar will open an account—4 Per Cent Interact paid.
THE AUGUSTA SAVINGS BANK
M 3 BROAD STREET.
‘•WHERE SAVINGS ARE SAFE."
S P R I N a s
WE MANUFACTURE ALL GRADES OF
Springs and Mattresses
FROM $2.50 UP.
Our ROYAL MONARCH Single Cone Spring
Guaranteed to be Stronger Than Anything of its
Prioe on the Market. You Will Dream Sweet
Dreams on Our WHITE EAGLE, Sanitary Felt
Mattress- Ask the Furniture Dealers.
Auqusta Mattress and M'fq. Company
BEV.C. G. DILWQRTH
Pastor of Curtis Baptist
Church Will Become
Worker for Lyceum Bu
reau, Beginning of Next
Rev. Cha*. G. TMlworth, pastor of
curtl* Haptlat church, and probably
one of the beat known men In Au
gusta, will formally tender hlg resig
nation thla morning to the congrega
tion a* paator of that church. He haa
| accepted a position with the'Alka
heat Lyceum Bureau and will go on
the platform aa a lecturer. When
naked concerning the matter he aatd:
"Yea, I have resigned the pastorate
of Curtla Baptist church, and that
; resignation la to be acted on Sunday
i morning. My connection with the
| work of the church will ceaae next
January. My pastorate closed at that
t!m f . will have covered a period of
alrnoßl four and one-half yeara. The
| reaignatlon will be final, and bo with
out miration will he accepted. Dur
-1 Ing the present pastorate more than
, three hundred people have united
with the church; and according to the
i testimony of a number of the inem
bera more money raised by the
, rhiirrh for various purposes than ever
before In Its history.
"In addition m my regular church
work I have been enabled to do some
outside work. With the help of my
associates in that iabor of love 1 have
| seen the home of Florence Crlttenton
| Mission removed from ItH former
A Fall Greeting
McCreary's 7 U “:
plare and now housed In modern!
residence, and that free o( debt.
“As>to my (utur e plans. One tiling
Is definitely settled. 1 will remain
In Augusta, and when my connection
with Curtis Ilapttst church ceases In
January, 1 relinquish the work of the j
■ pastorate temporarily and go with the
| Vlkahest System of Atlanta
In lecture work and organising. It Is
work for which I feel 1 am adapted
and It appeals to me. The position j
has been pressed upon me In such u
way that at last I gave my consent
to take the cfre%made by that organ
nation So Tar as I can see tny home]
will still be In Augusta
"lu spite of floods and freshets, I
will have no regrets. Having drunk
once of this Savannah river water,!
you do not want to go elsewhere
And If I had m> wish I would be
pleased to round out tny days here
and be laid away beneath her sod.
Her peopl,. are genial hospitable and
I kind. And a tnan gets from every
| tmdy Just a little more than he could
i expect or really deserves With the
I proteottou of the community against
J'he high vCater of our noble river,
: where could a pleasanter home be
found or a more charitable people be
discovered? Here let me real."
JONES TRIAL HAS
ftac&WH* of an «»r<i#r from Chits Jus tie*
Y. J. l*ope of th* Supreme Court, the
.rial of W r. Jom». charged with hav
ing caused the death of hit wife, Mm
Marlon Jonea. on s*unday night, July Mh
wta brought to an abrupt halt this mom
mg and cannot be heard beiore the first
Monday in frebruury, ltO». In the in*
lervenlng time, at lewet until the eur
rme court has handed down Ite declaim.
Mr Jonea will remain In the Union Coun
The action In securing the continuance
t the caae waa not altogether a sur
prise, indeed It waa rather expected b>
he purple aa It waa known that th*
"uneel for the defenoe waa vtgvureuaiy
PlHMilng every effort to have the oaa
•me to trail new. Thie opinion war
HIS Store, the store where the best
Clothes come from, sends today an
Autumn Greeting, and announces its
readiness to take care of anv wearable
want that presents itself. The Season’s
Choicest Models in Clothes of quality for
Men, Boys, and Little Men are here, to
gether with all the correct Hats and
smartest creations in Haberdashery. We
never entered upon a season better pre
pared to give our patrons excellent ser
vice and suit every man’s ideas and purse.
We trust that we’ll have the pleasure of
serving you. Always keep in mind
that Hawes' celebrated Hats for $3.00,
are the best in the country.
THE AUGUSTA HERALD
Petition in Circulation in
North Augusta Asking
Governor to Replace him
on Ground of Inoompe
It ia learned from good authority
that a petition la In circulation In
North Auguata to have Maglatarte
T. J. Hahn removed from Office. The
petition la aa followa:
To Gov. Anael;
We the undersigned citizens of
North Augusta respectfully ask the re
moval of T. L. Hahn aa magistrate of
this district, because, we have not
confidence in his ability, or honestly
to juatly perform she duties as such,
aa he Is Incompetent.”
Thla petition Is the outcome of the
Salvage case tried before Magistrate
Hahn Friday. It seemß that J. F.
Wells caught two colts from the river
belonging to Mr. Jake Levy and Mr.
Levy told him to put the colts In
Judge Getzens pasture and he would
give him 810. Before Mr. Wells could
put the colts there, Mr. Levy took
out a poaaessery warrant for them.
Mr Wells refused to give them up
and had the case brought before the
Acordlng to one of the jurors the
evidence was In favor of Mr. Wells
as Mr Levy acknowledged having
promised him $lO, but when the jury
started to retire, Magistrate Hahn
told them they must render a verdict
In favor of Mr. Levy. The jury did
not think that they could render a
verdict in favor of Mr. Levy and do
as their consciences dictated, so they
refused to render a verdict and left
the court room.
AIR DOAAEIO HAVE
Black-Face Sketch, Soft
Shoe Dancing, Rube Mu
sician all This Week.
The attendance at the Atr Dome last
week broke all records, the show being
the beet ever seen here for the price.
This week Manager Worden states he
has hooked equally as g"od a bill. AJl
mun A McFarland do a black-face sketch
and are said to be very fine. Dancing
Marnell is the champion soft st.ne dan
cer of America and has pleased his aud-
I lences all over ths country. Fred L
Perry is a Rube Musician and his violin
playing is said to be so realistic It takes
you back to tne -lays when you lived on
There are three performances lasting
one hour each, the first beginning at
eight o'clock Price* remain unchanged
»nd ore five cents tor children and ten
cent for adults to any part of the house
Mis* Hattie Gallaher will be found
at her former place. *62 Broad street,
now the Andrew* Bros' company.
Bhe Invites her friends to call.
• trwrgthened when yesterday Judge
KUi*h granted an order to Col George
t.ihnstone allowing the counsel for the
t.fsnss to employ expert chemists and
Live them examine the stomach of Mrs
>nee so that they could have evidence
f their own a* well aa that offered b>
he state which had the state chemist,
v amine the stomach shortly sftor tht
death of Mrs Jones.
Pictures only give an idea of some of the styles which will be worn this
Fall, and which we can truthfully say has met with the highest appro
val with those who have seen them.
A Message From the Second Floor
Our buyer advises our advertising man to announce that for boys’ and
children’s suits, hats, caps and furnishings, mother’s will find a line
The label back of each coat is your safeguard.
It is right in Flavor.
Jt is right in Strength. '
It is right in Quality,
it is right in Price.
PER LB. 25 CENTS
25 Lb. Sacks $1.40
844 Broad Street.
Phones 867 868
325 Stores in the U. S.
Impressions of a Druggist.
A heart laid bare, is what you ex
pect to read of. If you judge W the
heading, but what we want to confess
I* that Will T. Caldwell's Drug Store
Is not infallible to flood but serenely
infallible to error when dispensing
medicines Phone us your wants.
We deliver promptly to any part of
SACRED HE4KI ACADEMY
1264 Ellis St., Augusta, Ga.
Conducted by the Sisters of
Mercy, and empowered to confer
diplomas. Offers superior educa
tional advantages for girls. Musi
cal culture and the training of
organists a specialty.
Reopens Sept 8, 1908.
Preparatory school for boys
from live to nine years of age.
For particulars apply to the
MISS HILL'S SCHOOL,
The Hill, Augusta, Georgia.
Day school and boarding de
partment. Primary. Intermediate
and College Preparatory.
Sixth Year Begins Oct. 1, 1908.
For catalog address
MISS L. D. HILL, Grovetown, Ga.
Academy of Richmond
Session begins Thurs
day, October 1, 1908.
For information apply
CHAS. H. WITHROW. Principal.
All work strictly confi
HOWARD & KELLY
Rooms 508 -509 Dyer Bldg*
SbKDAY, SJDrixinxxtxJi 10
St. Mary’s Academy
Day school for girls,
conducted by Sisters of
Sept. 14, 1908.
For Particulars Apply to
Monday, September 14.
For terms and particulars
apply to the
SACRfD HEART COLLEGE
1306 Ellis Street, Augusta, Ga.
For day scholars only. Empow
ered to confer all Collegiate De
grees. Thoroughly up-to-date.
The curriculum Include* Phil
osophy. Literature, Ancient and
modern History, Physics, Chemis
try, Astronomy, Mathematics
Arithmetic, Bookkeeping, etc.. Ste
nography and Typewriting at par
ents option Mod' j|, Languages
wiginut extra charg"
SEPTEMBER BTH, 1908
For Catalogue .no particulars, ap
ply at the College.
JOHN J. SHERRY, S. J.
READ HERALD WANTS