FRIDAY. MARCH 6.
Double Value We Give
In Surety Coupons before noon and after sup
per tp all shoppers in our stori'.
Double Surety Coupons mean a saving of five
eents .on every dollar, so it is no small thing, this
shopping before noon. I)o you think so?
SATURDAY and AFTER SUPPER SALES
A fter Supper
6 TO 7 O’CLOCK.
L’needa. Lemon Snaps, ZuZu
Crackers, 3 boxes .. 10<
Lighthouse Cleanser 50
Windsor Ties, In all colors,
25c values 19''
Combinations, drawers and corset
covers, 98c to $1.25 values ..
Children's Petticoats, plain an 1 lace
trimmed, 50c values .. 25 1 ’
35c Brooms 29<
25c Galvanized Pails 19''
Lyon’s Tooth Powder .. 19 c
7 TO 8 O’CLOCK.
Octagon Soap, 3 cakes 10^
Ladies’ Fast Black Seamless Hose,
10c values s ( '
Middy Blouses, all white with white
and colored galatea collars, ages
8 to 20 years, 75c values for . -59 ( ’
infants’ Crochet Sacques,
50c values .. .. 39 c
Muslin Gowns, high neck and long
sleeves, 49c and 59c values for 39''
Nadia Corsets, ST.SO values,
for $1 19
Glass Pitchers 23 ( '
25c Mops 19 (:
Woodbury’s Facial Soap ’l9''
8 TO 9 O’CLOCK. *
Fairy, Flake White, Tar Soap,
3 cakes- 10 (
Surety Cocoa, half-pounds .. ..
Little Tots Dresses, in blue anl
Wnov stripes, ages 2 to 4 years,
at 39 1 '
Children’s Embroi lery Trimmed
Drawers, small sizes, 25c value
for . 12% c
Peterman’s Roach Food 10^'
Sanitol Tooth Powder 19 c
White China teas, usually $1.50 a
$3.00 to $4.50 quadruple placed sil
ver salad howl?, ,
Saturday is Pan Cake Day with the
“Wearever” aluminum demonstra -
tion. All aluminum wear reduced 10
per cent. Third floor.
La Vida Corsets, priced from $3.50
to $15.00, are demonstrated on the
Henry Denkins Cut Capt. Fred
Cartledge Yesterday After
Fireman Henry Denkins, who was
suspenJed by Captain Fred Cartledge
for being Intoxicated while on duty,
attacked the captain at headquarters
yesterday afternoon armed with a
COLO 111 HE HE*O-C*l/lItRH-BR0N
(MIS? NO IWUTEMSE HYOMEI
It Has Benefitted Thousands of
Sufferers and Will Do the
Same For You Or Money
Hyomel Is certainly the common
sense treatment for head colds, ca
tarrh, hoarseness, bronchitis or any
trouble of the breathing organs—you
breathe It—no stomach dosing. You
wouldn’t pour medicine Into the stom
ach to heal a raw and inflamed burn
or bruise, then why try to soothe and
heal the gore and Inflamed mucous
membrane lining the air passages of
the nose throat and lungs by any
process except the most direct right
to-the-spot way—that's the Hyomel
method. When using Hyomel you
breathe In an antiseptic and germici
dal air that immediately and effect
ively reaches all the air cells, de
stroys the catarrh germs, stops the
Two Special Values in Ladies'
Shoes for Saturday
GIRLS’ SPRING DRESSES
Hlue and pink Chambrav, made Russian style, wide white pique
belt, collars and cuffs of white pique, button trimmed, ages 0 to
14 years $2.50
Blue, pink and white ratine, white hand embroidered collars and
cuffs, short sleeves, black tie, open at side $4.50
Striped white voiles, made with overskirt; skirt of ratine; vest of
tucked net, pink crystal buttons; ribbon sash black moire $8.50
White Mull dresses for little tots, embroidered and lace trimmed,
short sleeves and short pleated skirt; satin ribbon belt; ages 3 to
6. Price * $5.00
A few Spring Hats of Milan Straw. Prices .... SI.OO to $3.50
A'iK^Li^LA Hi KStJfS* * Jt JKK W n lyfenr *y
Rio .. ...20*
E.C. 1) 30*
Surety .. .
Mocha and Java,
3 for .. SI.OO
J. B. White Spe
cial Blend, Cey
lon, Young Hy
son, Oolong, dun
Powder, 4K r
knife. Cartledge was cut on the ear
and down one side of his face but
is not seriously Injured. Denkins
was apparently a desperate man wiien
he made the attack and although
other firemen rushed to the aid of
Captain Cartledge Denkins continued
his efforts to cut the captain and
also those who were endeavoring to
force him to desist. Cartledge en
deavored to defpnd himself with a
chair. Finally Denkins left the en
gine house, not being overpowerel
by the other firemen because they
poisonous secretion and the irritation,
soothes and heals the raw and inflam
ed membrane, and gives quick and
Nothing easier, safer, or more
pleasant than the Hyomel treatment
—you breathe it through a small hard
rubber Inhaler that comes with every
complete outfit. Just try it—and If
not benefited the purchase price will
be promptly refunded. Isn’t that con
vincing proof that Hyomel has a re
markable healing and health-restoring
The constant snuffling, discharge
|from the nose, frequent sneering,
watery eyes, clogged nostrils, and
that choked-up feeling In the morn
ing all make life a burden.
Do not sufer needlessly. Begin
using Hyomel now —today—and see
how quickly you get relief. All drug
gists sell it Ask for the complete
Hyomel outfit. SI.OO size. Extra
bottles, if later needed 50 cents.
WEATHER * 1 V rr~—| CLOIDY
Augusta’s Only j
\ Department Store
ent and gun
! metal Colo
ho els and
S li o e s, in
fords, s t r a ps
new this sea
son; styles in
metal and vioi
kid. $2.50 val
Pickled Corn Beef 19*
Sliced Bcaon, 1 lb.
Hog Head Cheese 20*
Fresh Weinnies, Bolog
nas, Frankfurters .15*
Pig Feet, dozen ..28*
*ig Souse, lb 20*
Ketchup, (Bull Head)
3 bottles 25*
Jelly (Bull Head)
3 glasses 25*
)lives, Stuffed, 3
Olives, Plain, 2 bot
knew they would have to hurt him
seriously to take the knife away from
him and, besides, Captain Cartledge
has not been hurt badly.
Denkins left the headquarters, but
was afterwards arested by Patrolmen
Barnes and Davis and carried to the
police headquarters and locked up.
It Is probable that Denkins will be
trlel tonight at the meeting of the
civil service commission.
IN NORTH AUGUSTA
Mr. B. C. Wall Announces For
Intendant. A List of Thoße
Running For Wardens.
Candidates for mayor apd ootmollmen
of North Augusta have announced, tiver
1n Nortll Augusta, however, they tire
called Intendant and wardens. The
election will be held on April 20th. The
following have announced for the posi
Intendant B. C. Well.
Wardens—w. H. i.anhe-, Jtohert H.
Mealing, George K. Verdery, Hugh b.
EATING PLASTER SAVES 9
LIFE; POISON ANTIDOTE
Atlanta, Ga. By making her eat.
plaster from the wall, the life of
Mrs. Albert Smith was saved yester
lay, after she had swallowed a deadly
poison by mlstak-. In the dark she
drank from a bottle of potassium
chlorate, thinking It was a harmless
tonic, and was soon in terrible agony.
The regular prescribed antidotes fail
ed to give any relief, and she appar
ently was dying when a neighbor
hood physician hastily knocked some
I plastering from the wall and after
THE AUGUSTA HERALD, AUGUSTA, GA.
Tomatoes, hand packed,
No. 3. 6 cans .. . 55*
Peas, sifted, No. 2,
6 cans 70*
Corn, Sugar, No. 2 can,
6 cans 50^
Beets (Surety Brand)
No. 3 cans, 6 cans 70*
Succotash, No. 2,
6 cans 70*
Spinach, No. 3,
2 cans .. .. 35*
Lima Beans, Warwick,
No. 2, 6 cans .. .. 70*
Okra, whole, No. 3,
6 cans 75<’
powdering It forced some of It down
her throat. It was the lye In the
piaster, It Is said, whioh re-acted on
Our Spring Goods are coming In.
Fail goods at reduced prices. We
give you big values for your money.
F. G. Mcretins.
Ladies’ Suits dry cleaned,
SI.OO up. Augusta French Dry
Gleaning Co., Fone 2976. W.
D. T. B.
The Forty Year Teat.
An article must have exceptional
merit to survive for a period of forty
years. Chamberlain’s Cough Kennedy
wiih first offered to the public In 1872.
From a small beginning It has grown
In favor and popularity until It has
attained a world wide reputation. You
will find nothing better for a cough or
cold. Try It and you will understand
why It Is a favorite after a period of
more than forty years. It not only
gives relief It cures. Fur sale by all
THINK EXPRESS AGENT IS
THIEF: FAKED ROBBERY
Peoria, III.—C. L, Brown, agent for
the Adams Express Company at Far
mington, 111., was arrdsted today
charged with embezzlement. Brown
apparently was robbed of $0,400 a
week ago when he was found uncon
scious, bound and gagged In the of
fice in front of the safe. Several
days ago all hut S7OO of the money
was recovered from an oiitbuil ling
The arrest followed the alleged dis
covery that Brown was SBOO short in
You Who Have Waited for
Special Prices on Kid Gloves
The Hair Goods Department
Is Offering Some Wonderful Bargains
Golden Harvest Flour , 24-lb. 83c
Granulated Sugar, 25 pound C I IQ Break k fast Bacon, 9Qr
bags * 1 • 1 ° pound
Hams, Miller & Hart, or I Sip Fresh Creamery Butter,
Armour’s “Star Brand”, lb. 1 “Surety Brand , pound
Other specially priced underwear, hose and neckwear.
You know that unless your lialr Is becomingly arranged,
yonr Siring liat won’t bo us becoming and pretty as It ought
One of the below quoted specials Is essential. If you want
to dress j*our lialr becomingly.
These offerings are exceptional values—a personal Investi
gation will convince you.
Switches of fine wavy lialr, 18 Inches long, tomorrow.... 85* ■
Switches of fine wavy lialr, 20 Inches Ion::, tomorrow $1 45
Gray Switches, of fine wavy hair, 18 Inches, tomorrow $1 15
Gray Switches, of fine wavy hair, 20 Inches, tomorrow $1 55
Transformations, of Tina wavy hair, tomorrow .. .. $155
Gray Transformations, of fine wavy hair, tomorrow $1 55
Your hair dressed without charge with all purchases.
Size 20 .. .. $2.40
Size 10 $1.20
Size 5 60*
Dessert Fruits, 6 for
Peaches, Plums, Pears,
Fancy Carolina Head
Rice," 10 lbs 70*
Fresh Mackerel, 10*.
Kits Mackerel, 80*,
Codfish, 3 lb. box 60*
Fish Balls, in boullion,
GIVEN THIRTY DAYS
Member of I. W. of World
Army Must Spend Month in
jail—2oo Other Cases Re
New York —Joseph Albers, a mem
ber of Frank Tannenbaum’s Industrial
Workers of the World army which
Stormed New York churches, waa sen
tenced today to serve thirty days In
jail. He was convicted of disorderly
conduct and broach of peace. Nearly
200 other cases remained to be dispos
The sentence was imposed by Magis
trate Campbell after Albers’ attorney
had declared that no testimony had
been given which proved that tho de
fendant had In any way been guilty of
disorderly conduct.. He contended that
bis client bull, on the other hand, tried
i,, K ct out of Ht. Alphonses church,
where the wholesale arrests were
made Wednesday night, but had been
forcibly detained. Tannenbauin was
released last night under $7,500 ball
for a further hearing this afternoon
but bis followers filed Into the Tombs
court for the resumption of their near
ing not concluded yesterday.
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla help* nature
to make rich, red blood. No
Sold for 60 years.
Ask Your Doctor. Lw»iV ,, itsa»
Lathes’ one-clasp pique and cape gloves,
black, white and tan, with self and con
trasting stitching. Regular $1.25
New plaitings in shadow lace, net and mull,
white and ecru, large assortment, ‘doe
values for • .25^
New collars —embroidered batiste, net
and law, and new shapes in fisclms and
pointed shoulder effect. On center table.
Net and lace guimpes and yokes, in white
and ecru, 25c and doc values for 19^
Ladies’ high neck and long sleeve light
weight ribbed underwear for early Spring
wear. Pants and tights to match ... .25^
Fresh Country Eggs,
per dozen 28*
Fresh Celery, large
bunches, 2 bunch. 25*
Irish Potatoes, per
peck • • 33*
H for 25*
Fancy Florida Oranges,
Fancy Grape Fruit,
3 for ....25*
Fancy Apples, pk 05*
Fruit Cake,s 1b5.51.45
Pound Cake, lb.. .23*
Tn the Tea Room will consist of the following
Chicken Pie, Celorv, potatoes, Milk Sherbet
Head Stopped Up? Can’t Breathe?
Try the New External Treatment
Applied in 8»lvs Form Ovsr Throat
and Chest RolisvOs by Inhalation
Vapor treatments are best for all In
flammations of the air passages. The
vapors carry'the medication direct to the
Inflamed surface without disturbing the
stomach as do Internal medicines. A
cheap and very convenient vapor treat
ment Is a good application of Vick’s
"Vap-O-Rub” Group and Pneumonia
Halve over the throat and chest, cover
ed with a warm flannel cloth. The body
If you want to enjoy the satisfaction of hav
ing good, tender Meats at all times, try us with
your Sunday order.
We have a select line of Beef, Pork, Lamb,
Sausage, Head Cheese and Liver Pudding.
Our Meats are properly aged before they are
cut, making them sweet and tender.
We know you will call again. /
M. A. BATES & CO.
223 Kollock Street. Phone 1677
We Wholesale and Retail Fresh Country Eggs.
25c So/odont 19<^
25c Dandi’iine 19C
25c Pond’s Extract . .19C
25c Dioxogen 19C
25c .lergcii’s pound can
25c Cuticura Soap . ...19C
25c Packer's 'l’ar Soap
25c Sanitol Tooth Pa.,tc 19C
25c Meade <£ Raker’s
Mouth Wash 19C
25c Frost ilia 19C
50c Hind’s Honey and
Almond Cream 39C
50c Listenin' 39^
50c Nadine Face Pow
50c Ren Levy “Laßlanchc”
Face Powder 39C
50c Pebeeo Tooth Paste
50c Pompeian Massage
50c Wilson’s Freckle
Free Samples Saturday of
Pompeian Massage Cream.
W. B. Corsets, new Spring stock,
Rengo Belt Corsets, stout figure
sl2 Fiber covered and bound trunks,
15 slats; two 1 Vi-inch leather straps;
two trays; special Saturday price
Fisheye pearl buttons, sizes 14 to
30, regular l()c value, for
h«at releases vapors of Thymol. Eucalyp
tol, Menthol, Camphor, and Pine Tar.
that are Inhaled with every breath,
through the air piissugea to the lungs.
These vupors open the air passages,
loosen tho phlegm, and heal the raw
surfaces. If the cold Is In the chest,
apply hot wet towels to open the pores.
Vick's Is then absorbed through the
sklri, taking out that tightness and
A little Vlck'a applied up the nostrils
and over the temples Is very beneficial
for hsad colds and catarrh and will re
lieve most cases of headache and neu
ralgia. Vick's Is also excellent for
Aslhins, Hay Eever, and Hronchlnl
Troubles. Three else*. at all dealers—
-25c, 60c, and SI.OO.