Columbia Baseball Pilot
Limbering Up His Men
Columbia, 6. C.— Douglas Hnrblson,
manager of ihr- Columbia baseball club,
worked nut yesterday on tho now lot.
lie man murlhliil ami secntniwinled by
several youngster* from tho dty. The
Comer pilot llrnln-rod up 11 lit11«* and
thru too a trot back to town. ,
Manager llartilnson aabl bo ex
pected several of hi* bsttniw men to
IF KIDNEYS ARE
WEAK FRY BUCHU
Mixed With Juniper Is Old
Folks' Recipe For Flushing
and Uric Acid.
When you w«ko up with backache
rind dull mlaory In tho khlnoy region.
It aonorally monn* your ktdnoy* are
weak When your kidney* not slug-
Irtab and glog you must relieve them, j
like you relieve your bowel*, remov
ing nil the body'* lirlnou* wn*te. el*e
5011 have hiteknehe, *lck headache,
dizzy spells; your atomach Hour*,
tongue In coated, and when the weath
er 1* had you have rheumatic twin
ge*, channels often get sore, water
weald* and you are obliged to *eek
relief two or three ttmea during the
To relieve thl* dl*tre**lng condi
tion al once get from your pharmadat
a 14-o*. bottle of Htimrt's Buchu and
Juniper Compound. Take n table-
M|><ionful lu .a glaa* of water after
Incut*. Slop eating *weet* or «ugar.
In a fetv day* your kidney* will then
ad fine and natural. A well known
authority says thin I* the bent treat
Ktuart's Buchu and Juniper Com
pound act* dlreqtly on the urine
through the kidney*. It keep* tho
Wood healthy. It atrengthen* the neck
of the bladder. It regulate* tho kid
ney* and doc* awu.v with baeknrbe and
all disagreeable aymptoma. If dlscour
aged with other medicine*, buy a 14-
oz. bottle of your druggist today.
“Fellows” when you want a
Shirt, Collar, Tie, a Suit of Un
derwear, or anything a man
Will deliver them anywhere
Just -ing 2443 If In need of an
umbrella, raincoat, etc.
If It's cold and you need a
heavy suit of underwear Just
Bettor phono 2443 and have
our salesman call and show
you our nohhv line of Woe lens.
You won't have to buy—Juat
take a look.
"THE LITTLE STORE
AROUND THE CORNER.’*
Geo. H. Baldowski,
Reduce Your Grocery Bill
We will save you a little on every article in
tlit' Grocery line. (
Fresh Country Eggs, everyone guaranteed,
per dozen .. . 25c
Bull Head Catsup, per bottle 8c
Bull Head Pure Apple Jelly, glass Sc'
Boy Brand Pickles, sweet and sour .. ..Sr
Royal Salad Dressing, per bottle Sc
Wlva Syrup Sc
WOVERINE TEA COMPANY
H. E. Phillips, Mgr. 1288 Broad St.
bream In during the dsy.
Joe Holland of Kdgefleld, outfielder
with tin- * 'fin to bin tilth, Is expected
today. Holland, who Is * former *tar
football and baseball player at Clem*
son, cornea to the Comer* with seve
ral year* o£ experience and I* being
counted as a mainstay with the Huh,
BIG DOMES BY
| Final Disposition Evers Case,
j Ownership of Cubs. Ban
Johnson Wants War to Knife.
New Yock.r- Behind the cloak of
welcome being extenled today to the
returned world touring (Hants and 1
White Sox more aerlou* metiers hav- ]
Ing to do with plan* for wot against
the new Federal League occupied the
attention of men high In the council*
of organised baseball.
At the National League meeting fi
nal dcNpoMitlon of the Evers case wM
expected to lie announced. The re
port that Charles I*. Taft, who pur
cliaxed the holdings of Chas. W. .V.ur
phy In the Chicago Cubs, was expect
ed to arrive in town luring the day
to treat with wotild-be purchaser*,
added Interest to what action the Na
tional league director* would tgkc
with reference to the future owner
ship of the Chicago club. The vacan
cy <m the directorate caused by the
retirement of Murphy was another
matter for consideration. The Na
tional Commission. It I* said, ha*
taken over the management of the
fight against Federal League Invasion j
an I today the supreme court of or
ganized baseball was to confer with
officials of the minor league organiza
The stand taken by Ban Johnson
of war to the finish, against the Fed
eral League indicated today that the
head of the American league intend
ed to call National League club own
ers and officials to account for dick
ering with the so-called outlaws over
players who It Is allege 1 have violat
ed contracts or Ignored accepted
terms. The meeting yesterday of
William F. Baker of the Philadelphia
Club and James Gaffney of the Bos
ton Club with President Gilmore for
this purpose was denounced by John
Speaker With Red Sox.
Boston. —An inflation that “Tris"
Speaker, center fielder of the Boston
American League team is not inclined
to accept an offer to Join the Federal
league is contained In a wireless
message which he sent to this city
before the Lusitania docked In Now
York today. The message, sent in re
sponse to a query whether he would
sign with Boston this season.
“Expect to be with Red Sox.”
To Manage Roanoke.
Roanoke, Va. -O. O. Mills, of the
Vicksburg Club of the Cotton States
States League, has been signed to
manage the Hoanoke team In the Vir
ginia League. Me iyi an outfielder and
comes tothe Virginia League with
three pennants to hi* credit.
Ordered to Report.
Macon, Oa.—Manager On. Stal
lings has ordered players Sweeney,
Perdue and Whaling oj the Boston
Nationals to report 'here from prac
PIMPLES, bUtkheadi, ruhn, ring
worm and, worit of all, that red,
itching, acaly torment,eczema, van
ish when yoa me Retinol Ointrneut and
Retinol Soap. Eves though your thin it
•o uiM.ghtly with eruption that you thun
your friend* and your friendi thun you,
Retinol it almost lure to mike it clear
and hetlthi. quickly, eatily and at trill
ing coat. Ran no! Ointment and Retinol
Soap have been preicribtd lor nineteen
years (or jutt tuch tkin troublaa at yourt.
Whatever druat are told yoa tan get Retinol
Ointment and Reunot Soap. For trial free,
writ* to Dept. 49-S, Heamol, Baltimore, ,Vld.
Avoid aubetitutaa. they are NUT "jiui aaguod "
for 5 cents, in the
Round, thin, tender—
with a delightful flavor
con, tea and dinner.
A food for every day.
Crisp, tasty and
baited and fresh de
livered. 10 cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that name
THINK TOMB OF
London.—-Prof. K. Navtlle, In a let
ter published In The Times today on
excavations of tho Egypt exploration
fund ,at Abydos, expressed the belief
that they have found "what Greek au
thors called the Tomb of Osiris, where
the head of the god Is supposed to
The excavations began at the door
which l'rof. Petrie discovered two
years ago. The doorway. Prof. Nav
llle thinks, was the entrance to a
passage leading to a subterranean
chapel under The Temple,of Seti 1.
Time of the Pyramids.
"We should never have expected
wlmt we found," he continues. "Be
tween the doorway and the temple is
a complete sanctuary, evidently of tho
time of the Pyramids, very much ruin
ed but built with huge materials. It
is rectangular. The inclosure wall is
12 feet thick and consists of two dif
ferent casings, the outer one of rough
limestone and the inner one of large
blocks of hard red sandstone. Tho
length of the Inside is .40 metres. Tho
Inclosed space Is divided into three
naves parallel to tho long side. The
division is made by huge pillars of
Cloted by Blocks.
The middle nave, Prof. Navllle says,
led to the end of the wall and here
was found a small door closed by
blocks of stone.
"When .we had removed them." Prof.
Neville says, "we crept Into a large
hall, very similar to that at the en
trance. having the same width ws the
temple. 20 metres, and a length of
about five metres. Its slanting roof
was made of large blocks. Of this
half was In a perfect state of preser
vation. On one side and on part of
the celling are engraved or painted
funerary scenes of the time of Sell I.
It is unite empty
"What shows that It was the burial
place of Osiris are the texts on the
walls, the end of the book which may
be called the book of the underworld.
It Is not Impossible that we may still
find some concealed chamber or some
hidden passage leading to a well,
though this Is not very probable."
Another -of Counsel For
Harry Thaw is Disbarred
N»w York. —Clifford AV Hnrtrldge,
counsel for Harry K. Tniivv at his first
trial for the killing of Stanford White,
wus disbarred from tho practice of taw
today by the appellate division of the
supreme court. The court found that
Hartrtdge had squandered 139,000 to
Induce women witnesses who migl«
have testified against Thaw to leave
tl e cits'.
Uani?l O’Reilly, another of the Thaw
lawyers, died not long ago after serv
ing a term for receiving stolen prop -
" THE AUGUSTA HERALD, AUGUSTA, GA.
Frank Cain, White, Charged
With Burglary, Brought Back
to Augusta From Barnwell, S.
C. Has Refused to Honor
Requisitions in the Past.
(Vj'n . ior Cola Mlessc ha* honored a
requisition from HU-hmond county In
the cam of Frank Cain, a white man
who In charged with burglary.
Cain's cage waa called recently irt
the session of the superior court but
he was nut-present and a bench war
rant was Issued lor him. W. G. Ford
waa hi* bondsman.
The Hlchmond county officer* dis
covered that- he wan in Barnwell coun
ty, South Carolina, and requested Gov
ernor Please to honor requisition pa
pers, which he did. County Police
man Albert Clark hag brought him
It will be recalled that Governor
pleae* ha* persistently refused In
former requisition eases to honor the
papers from Georgia and In that man
ner M. C. Dowling, who was vice
president of the defunct Citizens Trust
Cbmpany, Indicted on 14 counts by the
grand Jury for embezzlement, has es
caped facing trial.
FOR CHARITY LICENSES
SEE DEPUTY CLERK
The charity committee of city coun
cil has passed on all applications for
charity licenses. Some were declined
but a large number were granted.
Those who have applied for charity
licenses may see Deputy Clerk of
Council Louis Hayre who. If the li
censes have been granted, will Issue
them and if they have been declined
will Inform them of the action of the
MOORE, MRS.'MARY—The widow of
the late Mr. Zachary Moore, died
last night at her residence, In
Hcarboro, tia., In the 74th year of
her age. The funeral services wall
be frr>m the Scarborough Baptist
church tomorrow morning at 10:40
o’clock. The interment will be
' Pop's an Amateur.
New York.—Adrian C. "Pop" An
son, famous twenty years ago as man
ager of the Chicago National League
club, has been re-instated as an ama
teur by the United States Oolf As
sociation. About a year ago the vet
eran diamond star became n golf
player and It has become his favorite
pastimee. However, having been a
professional ball player he was not
eligible to compete as an amateur
golfer and it was necessary for him
to be reinstated as such before he
coul l compete in the regular competi
The Mothers’ Favorite.
A cough medicine for children should
he harmless. It should l>e pleasant
to take. It should he effectual. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy Is all of this
and is the mothers' favorite every
where. For sale by all dealers.
Prom Lung Trouble
A Aiedtclne for Thro t and Lung Trou
ble* which has been thoroughly tested
for many years, and which has been In
strumental In restoring complete health
to a large number of sufferers, should
Ik* thoroughly Investigated by everyone.
no undue claims are made for It,
nor any guarantee that its use will re
store health, Kckman’s Alterative has
been given the full credit in saving lives
In many cases. Head this case:—
“Gentlemen. In January, 1908. I was
taken with hemorrhages of the lungs.
M\ physicians, one of the leading prac
titioners of Wilmington, Del., said that
it was lung trouble. 1 took eggs and
milk In quantities, but I got very weak
Mr. C. A. Llpplnoott, of Lippinoott &
t*o., Department Store, 306 and 314 Mar
ket street, Wilmington, Del., recom
mended t . me Eckman's Alterative that
had done great good, and upop his sug
gestion 1 began taking it at once. This
was about June, 1908- I continued
I faithfully, using no other remedy, and
I finally noticed the clearing of the lungs.
\ I now have no trouble with my lungs.
' 1 firmly 1 etieve Eckman's Alterative
! saved my life.’’
(Affidavit) JAP. SQUIRES
tAbove abbreviated; more on request.)
Eckman's Alterative has been proven
i by many years’ test to be mose effioacl-
I mis for severe Throat and Lung AfPec
i tlons. Bronchitis, Bronchial Asthma.
Stubborn Colds and in upbuilding tho
system. Contains no narcotics, poisons
or ha bit-forming drugs. Sold by lead
ing druggists. Write the Eokman Lab
oratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for booklet
telling of recoveries and additional evi
E*S¥ TO DARKEN
WITHOUT GREASY DRUGS—
LOOK YOUNG, PRETTY.
When the hair turns gray, streaked
with gray, white or faded, get from
any reliable pharmacy a 7-oz. bottle of
"Q-Ban.” (in retiring rub Q-Ban on
your hair and scalp, like a shampoo. By
scorning all the gray disappears, the
hair is beautifully darkened and an
other application or two of Q-Ban your
aair becomes fluffy, glossy, luxuriant
! ami radiant with hair health. Dan
druff is gone and the hair lias stopped
I falling. Q-Ban promotes the growth of
I thin or brittle hair. Tour hair Is your
(charm. An application or two of
j Q-Ban will enhance its beauty a
thousandfold. Q-Ban Is not sticky or
messy—harmless hut delightful to use
and sure to beautifully darken gray
hair it does this so evenly and nat
urally no one can tell. It is an old.
thoroughly tested preparation. You
can’t make a mistake in using Q-Ban.
j as it does the hair and scalp good at
lany time. Frost* Pharmacy, 502 Broad
street. Augusta, On sell 7-ox. bottle of
Q-Ban for only 50c. Out-of-town peo
"d by mail. Call or write.
Indict Cashier and Pres’t
Failed Memphis Bank
Anderson Changed With Lar
ceny and Swearing to
Mamphla, Tenn.—Claudo Anderson,
cashier of the Mercantile Bank which
recently closed Its doom, waa Indict
ed on five count* here. Twelve ad
ditional Indictment* were returned
ugftlnst C. Hunter Raise, president
of tho hank, now In Jail on an Imlict
mout charging larceny, embezzlement
and fraudulent breach of trust.
The indictment* again*! Anderson
charged fraudulent breach of trust,
larreny, receiving funds In an Insol
tent Institution, making a false state
ment to the superintendent of banks
and swearing to a false statement.
The new Indictments returned
against Raine charge him with Issu
ing a false hank statement and re
ceiving funds in an Insolvent Institu
Anderson was arrested and pending
trial was released on SIO,OOO bond.
A SIMPLE WAY TO
Prevent Falling Hair and End
There Is on# sure way that has never
failed to remove dandruff at once, and
that Is to dissolve It, men you de
stroy It entirely. To do this. Just
get about four ounces of plain, common
liquid arvon from any drug store (this
is all you will need) apply It at night
when retiring; use enough to moisten
the scalp and'Tub It in gftitly with the
By morning, most If not all, of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or
four more applications will completely
dissolve, and entirely destroy, every sin
gle sign and trace of It, no matter how
much dandruff you may have.
You will find all Itching and digging
of the scalp will stop instantly and
your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy,
silky and soft, nnd look and feel a
hundred times better.
If you value your hair, you should get
rid of dandruff at once, for nothing de
stroys the hair so quickly. It not only
starves the hair and makes It fall out,
hut It makes it stringy, straggly, dull,
dry, brittle and lifeless, and everybody
NORTHWARD HO! TRAVEL VIA
PREMIPR CARRIER OF THE SOUTH
WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK
PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM, COMPARTMENT AND OPEN SECTION
Coaches. Baggage Car. Dining Car.
For information and Pullman reservations, communicate with —
MAGRUDER DENT, District Passenger Agent,
F. L. JENKINS, District Passenger Agent,
Telephone 947. 729 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Millmr’s Wholesale and Retail Gut Price Grocery
1121, 1123, 1125 BROAD
Augusta’s only Cut Price Store of its kind. And we are glad to state that
.we still continue the low prices on all kinds of Stock Feeds, Poultry Foods and
all kinds of Farmers’ Supplies.
There is more pleasure in saving a dollar than in making one.
Special attention to all -Mail Orders. Telephone 3126 and save money.
Special while it lasts, the best Hay on the market, per bale ... 75$
Note here a few of our Cut Prices:
The Best Self-Rislng Flour on
the market, per sack ... .75C
The best Patent Plain Flour,
per sack 75C
A good Plain Flour, per
While they last, fresh. Country
Eggs, per dozen 30C
The Best Jap Rice on the market
our price, per lb 5C
The best Stock Feed on the mar
met. Alfalfa and Molasses Feed,
regular $1.90 per sack,
our price $1 65
Best Self-Rising Flour, regular
90c quality, our price ...75C
Or per barrel $5 50
Plain Flour, quality guaranteed
our price 65C
Or per barrel $4 75
Country Meal, per bushel.
cut pries ~ >. .. . , .. 95C
Best Irish Potatoes, per peck,
cut price .. .. 29C
First-Class Tub Butter, per lb.
cut price .. .. 25C
WE DELIVER AND SHIP GOODS EVERYWHERE FREE
MAKES YOUR BACKACHE VANISH,
DRIVES ALL RHEUMATIC PAINS AWAY
New Discovery Eases Stiff, Sore, Swollen Joints and Muscles
Relieving Backache and Bladder Disorders
After Few Doses are Taken.
No matter how badly you suffer,
how- chronic your case may be. or
what ha* failed to cure you, your pain*
will leave, your *cl,e* vanish and the
torturous, killing backache or rheuma
tism will bother you no more.
Thl* I* what Croxone, the new sci
entific discovery, does tar sufferer* of
such troubte*. It cure* these disease*
because It reaches the cause and re
move* It. II soaks right Into the wall*
nnd linings of the kidneys and clean* out
the stopped-up, Inactive organs like
water does a sponge—neutralizes, and
dissolve every particle of uric add* and
makes the kidney* sift from the blood
all the waste matter and poisons that
lodge In the Joints and muscle* to
■cratch nnd Irritate and cause rheuma
tism. It soothes and heals the delicate
PLAYWRIGHT’ 3 REWARD IS
SHOWN IN ALIMONY SUIT
New York. —Rewards for a successful
playwright were revealed In court here
today by Geo. Broadhurst, whose wife
Is suing him for separation. Mr. Broad
hurst said that his annual Income from
his plays during the past two years had
averaged 1102,000. During the last seven
years he had earned $242,000. He was
Lv. Augusta Sou. Ry 2:35 p.m.
Lv. Augusta ... ” ....3:0.3 p.m.
Lv. Aiken ” 3:.30 p.m.
Ar. Washington. ” ... ,B:o(Ta.m.
Ar. Baltimore Penn R. R. 10:05 a.m.
Ar. West Philadelphia " 12:23 p.m.
Ar. New York ” 2.31 p.m.
Best Compound Lard,
cut price .. .. 10^
Best Dill Pickles, regular 20c
kind, per dozen, cut price
Best Salt Water Pickles, large
size, per dozen, cut price 12V4C
All bottle goods, regular 10c size,
cut price .. .. 8C
3-lb. can Tomatoes, best hand
packed quality.. 3 cans 25 c
2-lb. can Tomatoes, best hand
packed quality 2 cans for ISC
Reliable Tomatoes, best hand
packed quality, per can . .5C
3 cans Peaches, best hand packed
Quality 3 for 25°
2 cans Peaches, best hand packed
quality 2 for 15C
Best canned Blackberries,
at 2 cans 150
Best Pink Alaska Salmon, regu
lar 10c size, cut price ... 8C
Best Tub Mackerel, regular 10c
size 6 for 25C
Nice Mackerel and White Fish,
per kit 49C
COOK-McKIE SHOE COMPANY
Phone 484 970 Broad Street ®
FRIDAY. MARCH 5.
lining* of the hlMitihr and lenvs* t*%
kidneys In a clean, strong, healthy con
dition. so they can filter the bio d and
keep you well.
If you suffer with barkach?— hav*
pains In the neck or side—nervous nr
dizzy spells- a few dose* of (Voxnn*
will relieve the congestion nnd you »l I
he surprised how quickly all kidney
bladder and rheumatic troubles will dis
Croxone I* different from sll other
MmMn ii i* not ilk,- anything <-!*•
or, earth ever used for'the purpose. M
start* tu work the minute you tuke
and relieve* your suffering the very flr*t
time you use It. It Is so prepared that
It I* practically Impossible to lake It
Into the human system without results.
You can secure an original package of
Croxone at trifling cos- from any first
das* druggist. All druggists re au
thorized to personally return the pur
chase -price if Croxone should fall In a
ordered to allow his wife SIO,OOO a jeer
pending trial of her suit,
Cures Runninq of the Nose.
Cold, chilly feelings, sniffling, sore
throat, lung troubles, oppressive feellnt
In the chest. Try Cheney's Expector
ant next time. You need a remedy for
colds. 25c at drug stores.
At a price to
Best fresh Roasted Coffee, regu
lar 25c quality, cut price YJViC
A good 25c ground coffee, per
can, cut price .. 15C
Best Jersey Cream Cheese, per
pound, cut price .. .. • 20 r
Best. Side Meat, Tennessee salted
per pound, cut price .. 12% c
Best Round Plate Meat, Tennes
see salted, per pound, cut
price .. VF'
Best Georgia Cane Syrup, pei
gallon, cut price .. 45C
Best Cuban Molasses, per gallon,
cut price .. .. 35C
A good Molasses, per gallon, cut _
Fresh Pork Sausage, cut price,
per pound .. . 12‘iC
Fresh Smoked Sausage, cut price,
per pound 12%c
lest Country Hogshead Cheese,
cut price, per found . 15 c
Best Country Butter, cut price,
per pound 29^
Best Soap for the Laundry,
7 bars for .. .. 25C