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We have a beautiful assort
ment for you to choose from.
We can use your visiting
card plate or will make you
a new plate.
•Make your selections early.
752 Broad Bt.
Richmond Hotal Bldg.
AIKEN. 8. C. —Mr. mid Mr*.
Joseph Hoffman and daughter.
Mias Josef a Hoffman, who recently
readied New York from Europe,
where they have spent the summer
months, are expected to arrive In
Aiken for the winter season In the
next few days. Miss Hoffman has
been attending an art school In
Haris and 41r. and Mrs. Hofmann
has been at their summer home In
Miss Katherine Cornish reached
Aiken Aiken from Saluda. N. C..
this week. Is here for the winter.
J. P. McNair, president of the
Farmers A Merchants Bank, has re.
turned home, after visiting at
Hartsvllls and In North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson have
returned to Aiken from Qrsenvllle,
where they have been living since
the first of the year. Mr. Johnson
will associate himself with the
Alk< n Standard.
Mrs. Henry Schroder and Mrs. J,
W. Lupo entertained at a lovely
tea Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Schroder.
Mr. Ernest Brown ententnlned at
bridge Thursday afternoon, there
being six tables In piny.
Miss Claudia Phelps.’ who with
her mother. Mrs. Shaffleld Phelps,
toured South America this summer,
talked to the Thursday Club and
the Student Club Thursday after*
noon at the Episcopal parish house,
telling of the. South American
countries they visited.
Mr. and Mrs. Iradell McCarty
have returned to Aiken, after their
wedding trip and are at home to
Miss Booth, of Alexandria Bay, N.
Y., Is the guest «f Mr. and Mrs.
Albert 8. Wlllcox.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Alllsan, of
Buffalo, N. Y„ are In Aiken for
the winter eeaeon.
Lawrene# Overstreet has return
ed to Aiken from Washington, D.
C.. and la here for a short stay.
Mtaa Martha Murray came home
from Wlnthrop College for the
Mrs. Finley Henderson and Miss
es Eleanor Henderson and Eulalle
Bailey spent the week-end at Wln
r / Wji j ilgifllfcateli
Daddy l* a bank prealdent, but
Franca* Klein provad to him that
■ha could "marcel bar way through
college." Fifteen otbar girl* at Ste
phana College, Mo., thought the Idea
a good on* and auccecefullr tried It.
"Every flapper a worker lnatead of
k loafer," praachea Frances.
W© Wash—You Iron
"Yeu'tl be pleased tee"
—Says Kaptaln Klein.
When yon find’that our clean
ing and dyeing method* bring
back th# original atyle-freah
ness of your garments you'll
•ay "well dons.”
W# glv# back to your
elothea the happy disposition
and good looks they knew be
fore they became soiled ana
wrinkled And our fee la mod
erate— you'll realist that
CLEANING STARK OYIINC; 1
PHONE 769 OFFICE 743ERQA0
Firm of R. L. Sumerau & Son Had One of the
Most Attractive Floats in Fall Festival Parade
On* of the most handsome floats
In the Fall Festival parade was the
one entered by R. L. Sumerau and
Son, bicycle dealers of upper Broad
street. The float entered U shown
above and many comments were
made that It was the prettiest in
the parade. Each year this popular
and progressive firm enters a float
HARVEST HOME BALE.
On Tusdny morning, Novcjsber
26. commencing at 41, there will be
a delightful Harvest Home Sale in
one of the Partridge Inn store* on
Walton Way. Delicious home made
breads, cakes, randies, also vari
ous kinds of pickles, preserves, con
nerves end Jellies will he for nnle.
The public Is cordially Invited to
come and purchase, the proceeds
will go to .Section B of the Wo
man's Auxiliary of the Church of
the Good Shepherd.
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MRS. JESSE SELLS
ENTERTAINS FOR MRS. TOOLE.
An attractive party of Wednes
day afternoon was a miscellaneous
■bower given for Miss Naomi
Toole by Mrs. Jesse Belle at her
home on Walton W’ny. The recep
tion hnll and living room were
decorated In yellow and white
chrysanthemums. Amusing and
appropriate contests were enjoyed,
after which the guests were in
vited Into the dining room which
presented a scene of great beauty.
On the brlde'a table was a won
derful wedding cake, which when
cut by the guest of honor, reveal
ad an array of pretty and useful
gifts. Placo cards were miniature
brides and grooms. A huge pink
tulle bow reached from chande
lier to table, and unshaded pink
candles cast a soft glow over this
The giiesta Included: Mlsa Nao
mi Tools, Mlsa Luclle Parks, Miss
Ellen Bruce. Mis* Helen Evans, Miss
Julia Kheney, Mies Elinor Verdary,
Miss Blanche Smith, Miss Kather
ine Shumncher, Miss Agnes Brown.
Mis* Luclle Beats. Miss Mae C'lalre
O’Connor. Miss Knthefrlne Craw
ford, Mis* Billy BallanUne, Miss
Margaret Burch, Miss Doris Lang
ley, Mies Gladys Matheny. Mlsa
Winnie Hallman. Mrs. Irn While,
Mrs. C. S. Jernlgan, Mrs. Geo. Rld
gliay, Mrs W. B. Toole, Mrs. J. 11.
Ilheney, Mrs. Frank Mallon.
Mr*. L. J. Schaul who h»» ham
the guest of her daughter, Mr*. Pht!
Newman, 1* now tho guest of hor
mother, Mr*. E. Perllnskt, at At
lantic City, before returning home
Mr. Thomas Asbury was a recent
business visitor to Athens.
Mr. Marlon Whetstone, of St.
Petersburg, Fla., Is visiting bis
brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. 8.
Mrs. A. J. Failo left Saturday
for Pan Diego, Calif., where she will
make her home with her husband
and eon, who have been there for
Mrs. Mary Kush and Mr. John
Quattlebaum will spend Tuesday
with Mr. and Mrs. John K. Reardett.
Mrs. M. T». Rountree, who has
been the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
E. L. Hatcher, for a pleasant visit,
has returned to her home In MUlette.
The many friends of Mr. U. H.
Brook* will regret to hear that he
has been transferred to Spartan
burg, and will make that city his
Miss Thelma Rhodes has returned
from a pleasant visit to Waynes
boro, where she was the charming
guest of relatives.
The many friends of Mrs P: J.
Hammond will be glad to learn
that she Is doing as well as could
be expected, after a recent accident
In which she suffered a broken
Mr. H. A. Martin, of Wagner, has
returned home, after A visit to Mr.
and Mt*. W. W. Whetstone.
Mr and Mr*. It. I. Hargroves
snd children, who have been visit
ing Mr. Hargroves’ mother. Mr*.
F. F. Rrlnson. have returned to
thetr home tn Kgyjtt, Ga.
Mr. T. L. Rennert, has returned
to Atlanta, after a visit to Mrs. E.
Mr. Jack Trlboldl I* visiting re
latives In Pvracuse, N. Y,
Mr. Allie Brrckmans. of Mayfield,
was In the city on Friday.
Mlsa Nancy NetMlng who Is at
tending Pi, Angelas Academy at
Atkcn, will spend the Thanksgiving
holidays with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs J H. Nrlbllng. Messrs. Char
-I*l Coolln. and Harry George, who
have been the guests of Mr. N. P.
Mlllrn, have r< turned.
After a pleasant visit with friends
In Miller,. Mrs, James Dickey has
Mr. and Mrs. A. TT Wilson and
Mr. Fred Wilson, who have been the
guests of friends In Mayfield, has
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cranston, and
small daughter, Janlta. have return
ed to their home, after a pleasant
visit with friend* at Long Creek.
Mrs. J. M, Wiggins, of Avers, was
In this annual parade and It seems
as If they design a better one each
year. The young ladlea and chil
dren on the float were very at
tractive and they received a great
deal of applause as the parade
passed down Broad street and on
to the fair grounds. The young la
dles on the float were: Miss Fran
MRS. GEORGE RIDGEWAY
MISS NAOMI TOOLE.
Mr*. Geo. T. Ridgeway and Mrs.
Fletcher Groom were hostesses at a
lovely party for Mlsa Naomi Toole
Friday evening at the home of Mrs.
W. B. Toole In Richmond avenue.
The house was prettily decorated
In pot plants and chrysanthemums.
WV "Romance of Flowers" was en
joyed, the prize} a bottle of per
fume, being won by Mlsa Helen
Evans. Eater the dicing room
doors were thrown open and
guests were sealed at a prettily op
Giant white chrysanthemums
tied with white and blue ribbon
formed an effective centerpiece. At
each guest's plnce was a bride’s
slipper and e .blue basket filled
with mints, and tied with white rib
Among those invited were mem
bers of Miss Toole's Sunday school
class and other Immediate friends.
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TO BE DISTRIBUTED FROM
314 JACKSON STREET.
The Thanksgiving offerings from
the school children will be carried
to 814 Jackson street (Wednesday,
November 26) for distribution. The
doors will not be open to the dif
ferent organizations to distribute
telr baskets until 3:30.
Offerings from the Union church
services will be donated to the
King's Daughters to carry on their
work. We will appreciate large
* • *
Mrs. A. N. Kaplan wll compli
ment her house guest, Mrs. Rob
ertson, of Atlanta, with an after
noon tea Monday.
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Mr. W'ade Hampton Bmlth, es
Hnrrlsburg, Pa., and Mr. Robert
Rutherford, of Spartanburg, S. C.,
are the week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Rutherford Walton.
a reernt visitor to ths otty.
Mis* Mary Gibson ha* returned to
Agrtcota. after a pleasant visit to
Miss Minnie Kitchens who has
been the attractive guest of rela
tives In Wnrrenton, hns returned
Mr. Claude Caldwell, and Mr.
Hubert Caldwell have returned
home, after a pleasant visit with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Caldwell, of Greeneboro, Ga.
Mias Para Tuggle Is the charm
ing guest of friends In tTnlon Point.
Miss Mary Lou ltaeon who has
been visiting In Norwood, has re
turned to the city, after a pleasant
Mrs. E. G. Jenkins and Mrs. B. M.
Jenkins, of Kline, were shopping
In the city on Friday.
Mrs. W. A. Tardus, of Thomson,
ws* among the Friday ahoppers,
Mrs." G. Cushman, of Aiken, -d
Mr*. W. M. Pmonk, of Aiken, wire
In the etty on Friday.
Mrs. Marvin Stall. daughter,
Mlsa Grace and email ton. Marvin,
Jr., will leave Wednesday for Chat
tanooga. where they will spend he
Thanksgiving holidays with Mr*
Seals' mother. Mrs. Susie Ivsy, and
her brother and sister, Mr. and Mr*.
Mr* N. P. Economo* has returned
to Mtllen, after a visit with his
daughter, Mrs. H. D. Coclln.
Miss Lucy Gunter, of Washington,
Ga.. 1* the attractive guest of her
sitter, Mr*. A. L. Markwalter.
Miss Sara Louise Blount, has re
turned to Waynesboro, after a visit
to the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Georg# Durban and
children, of Aiken, were visitors to
the city on Friday.
Mr*. H. P. Hastings, of Decatur.
Ga., was shopping In the city on
The many friends of Miss Mary
Gibson, will regret to boar of her
Misses Hammle Lea, Florene#
Walpole, Evelyn Jones, snd Lo
ralne Dugger, have returned to
Beaufort, after a visit to th* city.
Mr*. C. D. Pteedman and Mrs.
Robert Montgomery have returned
to Norwood, after a recent vlelt to
Mrs. Pallle Tolen, who has been
visiting her daughter. Mrs. L. P.
Williams, has returned to Lethe,
Mr Harold Miner, after a pleas
ant visit In the ciljr has returned
to Plum Branch.
Miss Flora Fowler, who has been
visiting In the city, has returned to
her home In Plum Branch
After a pleasant visit with Mrs.
Rachel Pratt, Mrs Ruth Duncan
and children and Miss Pallle Price,
THE AUGUSTA HERALD, AUGUSTA, GA.
ces Norman, *Mlsa Elizabeth Caxy
lon and Mlsa Catherine Holley. The
young men were: Meesrs. R. L.
Sumerau, Jr., and Edwin Speth, Jr.,
and the children were: Master
Clifford and Julian Baldowski.
R. L. Sumerau & Son, have re
ceived a number of requests from
the leading bicycle magazines for
a copy of this picture and It will
have returned to their home In Mc-
The many friends of Mrs. H. J.
Reese, of McCormick, wll be glad
to hear of her Improvement, after
treatment at the University Hos
Mr. Milo Prescott and Miss Ka*j
Preacott, of Wrens, were in the city
Mrs. J. J. Moody and children, of
Barnwell spent Friday in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Daniels were
among the shoppers on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Watkins hove
returned to their home in Lethe,
after a visit to the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Irby White, of Plum
Branch, spent Saturday in Augusta.
Miss Mary Waters is the charm
ing week-end guest of Mrs. W'. C.
Conley, of Johnston. *
Rev. B. J. Woodward has return
ed to Columbia, after a visit with
hi* daughter, Mrs. H. R. Halrc.
Mr*. B. li. Price, who was In
the city on Friday, has returned to
her home In Stapleton.
Miss Mary Kberhardt has return
ed, after a pleasant visit to her
mother, Mrs. D. B. Ebcrhardt. of
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mathis, Mrs.
W, E. Mathis and son, Ernest and
Mrs. Pierce Dixon were reejnt
visitors to the city from Avera.
Messrs. E. B. Sisson, Joe Pad
gett. Sam Hubert, and Boh Tay
lor, of Norwood, were recent visitors
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Morris and
small son, James Wingfield, will
spend the Thanksgiving holiday
with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams,
Among the shoppers of Friday
wjnre, Mrs. J. H. Watson, of Ma
rietta, Miss Grace Frontls, cf Ridge
Spring. Mrs. E. 8. Kyser, of
GranltevlUe, Mrs. A. M. Morgan of
Bearing. Mrs. W. M. McGhee, of
Aiken, Mrs. H. T. Walden, of Bar
tow. Mrs. W. H. Swint, of Wrens,
Mr. and Mrs. 8. D. Williams, of Al
lendale and Mrs. D. W. Jordan, of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crawford and
son. John, have returned from a
visit to Mrs. George Paschal, of
Mrs. Sam Morgan has returned
from a visit to her parents, Mr and
Mrs. A. V. Bussey of Modoc.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flannigan,
of St. Petersburg. Fla., aro the
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Edmonds. Mrs. Flannigan will
he pleasantly remembered ns Miss
Juanita Thomas the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Thomas, of
Mrs. S. F. Morris, of Thomson, Is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Paul
Mrs. E. H. Seckinger. who has
been tho guest If Mrs. Walter
Reiser, has returned to her home
The many friends of Mr. William
Plagwitx will be glad to hear of
his Improvement at the Mayo Bros.
Sanitarium, where he went for
Mrs, Jose Scblen and dnughter,
Miss Eugenia, will be with Mrs.
Thomas Pilcher for the winter.
Among the recent shoppers from
IjOUlsvllle were Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Rivers, Mr. C. F. Qlarke, Miss Stel
la Scruggs. Mr. M. E Weeks and
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Polhlll.
Mrs. W. V. Panders, who has been
the guest of her sister,* Mr*. W. T.
Holland, has returned home.
Mrs. W. C. Smith has returned
to her home In Wllltston, after a
visit to the city.
Mr*. L. W. Dye. of Blythe, has
returned after a visit to Augusta.
Mrs. Marlon Parker, who has
been the attractive guest of rel
atives In Charleston, has returned
home after a pleasant visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Wasden, of
Mtdvllle, were recent visitors to
Mr. nnd Mrs W. IT. Rush, of
Photo by Montoll
be shown In the December number
of over twelve magazines that
oover the entire United States.
This popular firm extends a very
cordial Invitation to the public In
general to call and see their Im
mense Christmas stock of bicycles,
which is without a dou btthe larg
est In the city.
Lincolnton, were shopping In the
city on Thursday.
The many friends of Miss Annie
Parker will be glad to learn that
she is able to be out after a recent
attack of grippe.
Miss Susie Yarbrough has re
turned to Sparta after a visit to
Mrs. Amanda Bargeron Is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Daniel, of Way
Sirs. Martha Baker has returned
to Edgefield after a visit with rel
Mrs. E. Chance, of. Waynesboro,
was shopping in the city on Thurs
Sir. and Sirs. Richard Lombard
Hoopper have returned from a
wedding trip to 'Washington, New
York and many other northern
points of Interest qnd are now
located in their apartment at 819
Miss Tillie Youngblood is the
guest of relatives in Ellenton.
Mr. R. L. Reese, of Grovetown,
was a business visitor to the city
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Oates were
among the shoppers on Thursday
Sir. and Mrs- Gerard Tarrant
and small son, who have been the
guests of Misses Sophie and Marie
Abney, of Edgefleld, have returned
Mrs. Polly Strom, Mrs. Emma
Mason, of Edgefield, and Mr. and
Mrs. Ward Corley, of Cleora, have
returned home after a pleasant
visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cor
ley, at their home on Thirteenth
Miss Marie May and Mr. Robert
Kitchens, of Mitchell, who were
the guests of Mrs. J. C. Trow
bridge. have returned home.
The hosts of friends of Miss Hat
tie Moran will be delighted to learn
that she is convalescent after a
Miss Catherine Armstrong has
returned from a delightful vtalt to
New York and a visit to friends
and relatives In Savannah.
Mrs. L. Culbreath, of Johnston,
was among the Thursday shoppers
In the city. .
"Mr. Robert Harbin, who Is a
atudent at the I'niverslty Medical
College, will spend Thanksgiving
with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. R.
M. Harbin, at Rome, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Bennett and
children have returned from a visit
to Mrs. Bennett's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I. W. Rountree, of Dunbar
Miss Annie Murphey. after a
recent illness, Is now convalescing
at the homo of her sister, Mrs. M
Mrs. Chas. Rryant and small
daughter, of Bartow, is visiting
Mrs. Bryant's sister, Mrs. P. J.
Mrs. J. S. Simons and attractive
daughter, Miss Bessie, are the
of relatives in New York.
Miss Mildred Rice, who has been
visiting In the city, has returned
to her homo In Bamberg
Mr. and Mrs. O. Lee Whitt* have
returned from a visit to Atlanta.
Mr. William Fountain. Jr., for
merly of Savannah, is now located
In the city, having accepted the
position ns manager of a local
agency for Mr. Frank Sloat.
Mrs. J. Miller Byne, of Waynes
boro, was shopping In the city on
Mrs. Harry W All. of Allendale,
was among the Thursday shoppers.
Miss Margaret Sullivan’s friends
are glad to see her able to be out
after a recent illness.
. Mr. Eugene Wilson, of Detroit. Is
visiting friends In the city.
Rich men of ancient Rome wore
sandals that were elaborately em
broidered and, set with precious
Thanksgiving Coat and Dress Sale
Specials For Monday and This Week
Dress Up for Thanksgiving
All SIB.OO Silk and Wool Dresses, special at $9.85
All $25.00 Silk and Wool Dresses, Special at $12.85
All Silk and Wool Dresses, $29.50 values, Special at .. .$16.95
Wonderful Coat Special—ln all new materials, at $14.85
$3.00 Pure Irish Linen Damask, per yard $1.85
$30.00 value in New Coats, all styles and sizes $16.95
LADIES’ $lO HATS, in a bis variety
of new styles. d* Q Q C
Special at vO»Uw
J. and P. Coats’ Thread, _
7 spools for «OC
36-inch Sea Island, 1 AA
12 yards for vl • VJvJ
32-inch Dress Gingham, fancy and
solid colors, 14c
NASH PLANTS WORKING
NIGHT AND DAY—NOV
VEMBER TO BE ANOTHER
November will set another new
Nash sales record, according to
every indication In the first half
of the month. ‘Continued demand
for the new Nash series of cars,
which has left the factory oversold
ever other since the announcement
August 1, will make this the great
est November tn the history of
The Nash Motors Company and a
very close second. In point of sales,
to the month of October which had
the greatest business ever record
ed by Nash.
At a time when the automobile as
a whole Is passing through the nor
mally "low period" of the year,
plants of The Nash Motors Com
pany are literally working night
and day. Night shifts were put on
at the Advanced Six factory In
Kenosha within a few days after
the announcement of the new line;
two weeks later the Milwaukee
plant, where the Special Six is
built, also put on a night shift, and
about the same time the plant of
the Seaman Body Corporation,
which builds Nash enclosed bodies
exclusively, was operating night and
Many of the departments In the
Seaman plant run only night etaoln
Seaman plant not not only night
and day. but Sunday as well; this
Is not true of the entire plant, but
is an indication of the unusual ef
forts that are being made by Nash
Motors to meet the demand which
greeted the announcement of Its
new line of cars. With the election
over, business In general has turn
ed the corner and according to
those who have given the situation
close study, there is every indica
tion of a prosperous year through
Of 1906-08 Is Now Mass of
GOLDFIELD, Nev. Two fires
within a year have left little but
blackened and crumbling ruins in
this one-time bonanza town of the
From 1906 to 1908 the town had
20,000 people. The lure of gold had
brought them from everywhere.
Some of the lots on which charred
skeletons of structures stand were
bought and sold. In a frenzy of
speculation, for from $20,000 to
$50,000. Miners took $200,000,000 In
gold from the region about the
Today nothing Is left of Gold
field's former glory but the flve
•tory Goldfield Hotel, which by
some miracle escaped both fires.
For the moment It represents prac
tically the entire huslnese of the
Make It a Real Gift!
After all, there Is Just on# type of gift that peopi# really ion* for and that
towft. The post office has tempo
rary quarters at one end, the bank
at another. Every Inch of ground
floor space is occupied by interests
vital to the community.
The old-timers still hope that
more gold may be found and that
WHAT TO EAT TO PUT IRON IN YOUR
BUD HIKE 1 STRONG
PHYSICIAN TELLS HOW IRON-CONTAINING VEGETABLES SUCH AS LENTILS.
SPINACH, APPLES, ETC, WHEN REGULARLY TAKEN WITH ORGANIC
- IRON BUILD GREAT STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE
"At their own doors—in the very
gardens of those who are weak, nerv
ous and ailing all the while Is one of
the most valuable tonics and strength
builders known to medical science,”
said a well known new England phy
s ,lan, when consulted recently.
The doctor further said:—"lf your
daily diet contains all abundant
amount of iron you are giving your
body the red blood food it craves. But
if your blood lacks Iron and is thin,
pale and watery you cannot expect to
be strong and well. On the contrary,
your nerves become weakened and
you become irritable, fussy and easily
upset. In such cases, what you need
is iron—organic iron to remove the
cause of your trouble, and the moment
organic iron Is supplied it Is often
w-onderful how quickly your multitude
of symptoms will disappear and how
strong and vigorous ou will become.’’
But be careful to distinguish between
ordinary metallic iron which people
usually take and true organic iron.
Metallic Iron Is Iron ju?t as it comes
NIIYATFn IDfIN enriches the bloOd^gives
n UAMI Cl/ I KUfl YOU NEW STRENGTH AND ENERGY
1140 BROAD ST.
»»»»*>* h»4sri'sss«sv«s"si»u » Kisi“Ss;
SS.K.r.SSCL'M'VI >" u ;«»ffS«K
* guts is specially priced for early shoppers. Com# in and see theml
Lamps and Shades,
Bailie-Edelblut Furniture Co.
708-710-712 BROAD STREET.
SECOND FLOOR. PHO#E 1632.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Silk Hose, fine full fashioned, ,all
shades, $2 values, d* 1 1 A
special at «P •A %/
All Wool College Sweatees in all
Mercerized Damask, $1.50 AQ
grade, big value, the yard. ..Ov C
$3 Canton Crepe, all sl/4.0
shades, yard V 1
Crepe de Chine, all colors, QA
their town will stage a "come
Thirteen tons of barnacles were
removed from the bottom of a ship
after a voyage of six months from
Bombay to Liverpool.
from the action of strong acids on Iron
filings, while organic Iron Is a true
red blood food, like the iron in your
blood Itself and like the Iron In spin
ach, lentils and apples. In fact If you
will eat a pint or two of spinach, half
a of lentils and three or four
baked apples each day you will prob
ably hot need to take any other form
of organic, iron; but most people prefer
to eat a smaller quantity of iron-con
taining vegetables and take organic
iron, like Nuxated Iron, with them. It
is like taking extract of beef instead
of eating pounds of meat. To prove to
yourself what Nuxated Iron can do
for you. get your doctor to take a
specimen of your blood and make a
"blood count” of your red blood cor
puscles; then take Nuxated Iron for
a month and have a new "blood
count” made and see how your red
blood corpuscles have increased and
how much stronger and better you
feel: see how the color has come hack
to your cheeks, how steady and strong
your nerves have become. At all drug
We have an excellent collec
tion of last minute novels, also
splendid assortment of books for
Come by and See Them.
H. C. VIELE
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silver,
No. 7 Albion Ave. Richmond Hotel Bldg.
Just Off Broad. Augusta, Ga.
Tilt Top Tablss,
Bronze Book Blocks,