SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
NEWS FROM BISHOP REESE.
St. PMil's “Church Bells" says:
We have heard so little news from
the blehep that we are pleased to be
allowed to publish a few lines from
a postal card received by Mr. W. K.
Pgoarth, Walea, Am. 19, 1908.
We have been here almost four
weeks with my brother, have taken
two or three trips. As I write I am
looking across the Bristol Channel.
Hope to be able to tackle London
next week. Mrs Reese is very well
and I am Improving
Miss Susie Walsh was the surprised
hostess at a delightful little party Fri
day evening at which wer e Present
Misses Bertha Lackman.
Oreaman, Daisy Pate, Katie .Walsh,
haggle Marshall, Annie Markwalter,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. KmtagßWorth and
Messrs. John Lackman. AdolphMark
walter George Marshall, Mac Ken
drick, Sim Kendrick, Will McCarthy.
John Dorr. Games wer e enjoyed af
ter which delicious refreshments were
served the young hostess proving
herself equal to the pleasant surprise.
-Mrs Hoke Smith will leave Mon
dav with Miss Faille Smith lor Hol
lins Va., where Miss Callie Smi
will’ be a student at the Hollins Ins -
tate this winter. On her return Mrs
Smith Miss Lucy Smith and ML
Mary Brent Smith will tor Ne
York where Miss Lucy Smith w 1
enter The Castle for the winter, and
Mrs. Smith and Miss Smith will spend
two months in New York city,
flaming home for Christmas.
M r s J H. Kstill and Miss Eliza
beth Stearns left last night for At
lanta. I-ater in the month Mrs. Es
till will be joined by her nephew, . .
Hill Sloane. who will enter Georg
Technological Institute In
Mrs Meldrim. Miss bopnn
Meldrim, Miss Jane Meldrim Miss
Sarah Cunningham and Miss Mildred
Cunningham, who are at c ® s,,np .^' e ’
will leave there next week for West
—Misses Lessle and Izzie Robert
son have returned home after spend
ing some time in Atlanta.
—Mrs. J. M. Anderson and little
son Lee" will return home today after
spending some time at various points
of interest among the North Carolina
M rs j w. Crowly is visiting her
sister Mrs. Holmes, in Tennille.
—Miss Annie Latimer of Thomson,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
E. B. Pilcher, will return to her
home this week.
—Mrs. Frank T. Graham and chil
dren left Friday to join Mr. Graham
on a visit to Hendersonville. Miss
Esther Graham’s friends will be pleas
learn that she will be with her
grandmother and aunt in Augusta this
winter while attending St. Mary’s
—Mr. J. O. Hall of Savannah pass
ed through the city last week on his
way to Griffin, Ga„ where he went
in the interest of the Bell Telephone
company with which he is connected.
—Miss Anna Carson, of Atlnnta,
will spend October with Mrs. George
Think of the time
when your earning ra
pacity will be lessened,
or it may be cut off al
together by accident or
Think of what you
can save now.
THEN SAVE IT.
We pay four per cent,
“The Bank for Your
Mourning Goods of all Kinds
Brooches, Necklaces, Scarf
Pins, Buttons, Studs.—Every
1 thing in Black.
Wm. Schweigert & Co.
We Extend the Glad Hand of Welcome to Everybody
Whether you buy or whether you are sight-seeing, come in. There is a hearty welcome
awaiting you every time you pay us a visit. It will be the endeaver of this store to si rve
its patrons in the most satisfactory manner. We want your good will, and will nyake
earnest strivings after it, by giving always good service and good values. We U e
going to specialize. Everything we have will be a special, every offering to be \
ESPECIALLY GOOD—ESPECIALLY SELECTED—ESPECIALLY REASONABLE.
We Have Selected a Few Out Of Our Host Of Specials For Tomorrow's Selling*
EVERYTHING NEW AND FRESH. NOT AN INCH OF OLD GOODS IN THE HOUSE.
A Chance to Practice Economy in Hosiery
CHILDREN’S SCHOOL HOSE
19c FAST BLACK RIBBED HOSE, reinforced heel, toe ill/
and knee, opening price for the pair 1£
25c GUARANTEED NOT TO DYE, soft, fin e cotton hose, Ift v
an opening special, for the pair IOC
Very Timely Price Reductions on House Furnishings For Our Opening Sale
98c, 72 INCH ALL LINEN SATIN DAMASK, patterns artistic, n'l r
a good value at the regular price, Opening Sale Price • XC
$3.50 NAPKINS TO MATCH, 3-4 size O C
All Blankets, Comforts and Spreads, including the new Scalloped Spreads, attractively priced.
The design and colorings of our new Art Squares and Rugs are unusually lovely—Come and see them. Also our line of
Lace Curtains. You will find the prices will interest you. \
1 11/ ALL LINEN CRASH; WASH VERY SOFT AND WEARS WELL. OPENING PRICE
>//2 C ONLY 9^BC
We Feel We H .ve Eclipsed All Other Showings In The Ready-to-Wear. We Invite You To See Them.
ENJOYABLE 01R r HDAY
Misses. Blanche and Lenta Powell,
tic bright ii'tlo iltitq.hter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. F Pow-y celebrated their
third and fifth birthdays Thursday as
ternoou from four till six c clock a-; h
a party which proved a source of very
2 rear enjoyment to the young guests
in attendance. Several games added
to the pleasure of the afternoon after
which they were ushered intc the
sttpper room, where two tables, beau
tifully i' “t'lit 1 arc.min ('dated the
guests, li-' t<rfs ami >ces all in
the roseate tine s-* appro,.’! t to ear
ly chiliieo jil, were served. The young
gii'sts whi rap.veil I lit- lightftil oc
casion were Misses Mavdelle Wise
man, Margaret Sttneback, Edna Toll
fero, Ruth Scoit, Bessie Wright, Des
sne Knhkie, Agnes Oreene, Frances
Woodbury, Sarah Moore, Elizabeth
Clark, Elizabeth Kllner, Velma Powell
and Masters Kinard and Clarence
Trowbridge, Milton and Morris Bold
ing, Howard and Clarence Park, Ab>c
The School Book
Tomorrow the pupils of the public
schools will know what books to use
and the school book rush will he on.
Many who have already tried It will
advise their friends to go to Dell
quest's, on Mclntosh street, In the
Leonard building, for, whether you
buy new books or second-hand, they
will take your old books In exchartfe.
so as to still mak,. It to your advan
tage to trade with them. Their plan
of doing book buslnes# has come to
be looked upon as of great benefit to
ANDREWS BRO’S. COMPANY
Smith, Edmund Kuhlke and Cortes
Of del!< itful interest to many
friends is the m image of Miss .Mary
V, eatbersbse and Mi. William E. Mil
ler, which will take pace on Tues
day afternoo i at 2 o'clock at home of
the bride's parents, vfi and Mrs.
John Danila!: T' li Centre street.
MR. W. F. DOBEY, JR
WEDS MISS KIDWELL.
A quiet event of Friday evening,
yet one of special Interest to many
friends was the marriage of Miss
Katherine Gordon Kidwell and Mr. I
Fred Dohrty, Jr., of Aiken, ri. C. No
cards were sent out and the cere
monv, wNch took place at the Curt!,
Baptist ei.urch parsonage, the Kev.
Charles Diiworth officiating, was at
tended by the family connections and
a few friends only.
The bride was most attractive in
a datntv gown of cream silk tissue
and lace. After the ceremony the
congratulations of their friends were
received at the Kidwell home on
Woodlawn Avc., where the young
couple will make their home.
Mrs. Doby Is the only daughter of
Mr. .1. K. Kidwell and Is » most at
tractive and charming young wo
| Mr. Dobey Is connected with Mr.
Kidwell In business and is a young
man of ability and worth, which tur.
won for hint many friends during his
I I “
The regular semi-monthly meeting
of Elizabeth Chapter No, 43 will b<
nehl at o'clock Tuesday afternoon
at Masonic Temple.
PYTHIAN MISTERS The Pythian
Sisters will hold their regular meet,
lug on Wednesday, September lfitl"
at 8:30 p. m. Refreshments will f
served after the business meeting and
a pleasant time Is In store for all who
WEST END LIBRARY The West
End Free Library association will
meet at the Library on Tuesday morn
ing. September 15th, at 11 o'clock. A
full and prompt attendance Is urgent
ly requested, as matters of Interest
will be discussed
KING'S DAUGHTERS—The regu
lar monthly meeting of tbe City Union
THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
of the King's Daughters will he held
at the Women's Club rooms, Monday,
September 14th, at 5 o’clock. Annie
A. Shumate, secretary.
- —Miss Margaret Lyons and Miss
Nell O'Keefe leave today for Sivun
nah, where they will spend a few days
—Mr. Harry McAullffe’a friends
are very pleased to s< e him out after
his recent accident during the freshet.
- Mr. Belton Orchard, who has been
in Atlanta for the past week, is ex
pected home tomorrow.
—Mr. Jerry Lyons left Friday for
Ids home in Texas, after a pleasant
: visit to Augusta relatives.
Miss Florence Newsome returned
Thursday from Lawtnnvllle. where
| she visited frb nds.
Miss Laura Belle Beach will
leave tomorrow for Savannah, where
Hhe wlli visit her uncle, Mr. W. K
—Miss Lillian Perkins returned yes
terday from a delightful visit to Mrs.
Stiles Dunbar at, Wadley, Ga.
Miss Laura Beddenback hHK re
turned to her home In Savannah, as
l ter a pleasant visit with Mrs. .1. O.
Miss Etta Mae Otto, who bus
been the attractive guest of Mrs Fol
i som Perkins Roan, has returned to
I her home In Macon.
1 Mr, and Mrs. Gaudry Crisp have
' returned from Mobile, Ala., and are
now with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Beach
|on lower Ellis street.
Mrs. M. 11. Dowling and Mrs, Wli
! Ham Allen hav,. returned from IndlHti
The news that Mrs Elizabeth Hu
bert, with her very Interesting fain
| lly, will remove to Atlanta this
month, to locate In that city, will he
I received with universal expressions
•f regret. Mr. Edward Hubert, who
J ill he graduated with honors at the
/•red Heart College, will next term
er the Georgia Srhooi of Tech
.ologv In Atlanta
, Mrs James Dowling, of Rlrmlng
ham, Is the guest of Mrs. S. C. Jones
; on Telfair street,
Mrs. f) M. Potter returned Mon
day from s pleasant visit, to relatives
The many friends of Miss Mamie
: Sherman ar„ delighted to see her out
after a prolonged Illness resulting
from a fall sustained over a year ago
Miss Sherman's friends and former
| patrons will welcome her hack at
I Bleakley's after tbe Q' s*«
Note These Record Values in Whftewear
10c “SEMPER IDEM" A well known standard shirting wo have *jl/
marked as an opening special at the low price of / /2^
40 INCH W HITE LAWN, worth up to 10c the yard, in good
lengths, for the yard only dC
19c FINE SOFT NAINSOOK, in practical lengths, an ideal rna- i'll/
terial for Cine work, the yard 1/L
25c PILLOW CASES, 36x45, good quality cotton, opening jo
price for the pair IOC
sl-25 FULL SIZE HEMMED SHEETS, of excellent, heavy n'T
quality sheeting, sale [trice, per pair V/C
—Mrs W. H. Puryoar and Misses
Willie and Rlchardliie Puryear have
returned from Savannah and Tybee.
Mrs. John Connelly and Miss
Caroline Bean*, hav,, prolonged their j
stay In Columbia.
Mr. J. .1. Camion is spending the
weekend with his family In Havan j
Mlbb Bessie HHckett, of Havan
nah. Is the attractive guest of Miss
Mildred Carter on lower Ellis street ■
Mr John McCafferty, of Macon, Is
In the city.
Mrs, 11. H, Baker Is visiting her
brother, Mr. J. B. Anderson, In War j
-Prof, C. H Bruce and his Interest
Ing little family have returned to the 1
city after a pleasant stay of several
months with relatives In Banks
loan and Saving
705 Broad Street.
The Oldest Savings
Bank In the
In successful operation 38
years and growing more popu
lar with the people and stronger
In their confidence each year.
In aelecting a bank for your
Bavinge Account do not fail to
Investigate the fa;iliti*a and
etrength of this bank.
Safe As “Safest.”
The asms careful attention
to small accounts as to tlw
DepositAfhy Bn unde by Mall
L. C. /ayna, Prau.
Ct,,,. C. Howard, Caahlar.
Augusta Trunk Factory,
BAVED FROM THE- FRESH*- -
from the water
which we will
sell at great
TRUNKB, VALIBEB, BUIT CASES, LEATHER GOODS, ETC.
Augusta Trunk Factory,
BSI Broad—Wrong Side 8t„ Right Side of Prices.
The 1 rade-|mlli ng power in Sofia Water depends
largely on the syrups used.
Every drop of syrup and ice cream served at
this Fount, made personally by Turner Howard.
For Those Who Know and Others.
THE SAVOY. j
On The Corner. I
Goat Is sma
LET Ua REPAIR
damaged by itiw
makp them over
strong as new—