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The weather for the past week has been
so delightful that it is remaikable that
there is such a dearth of entertainments
to record. To be sure it is time for the
heat to be upon us and Savannah draw
ing rooms have assured the ghostly-sheet
ed appearance that one associates with
summer here, while people'smindsarenat
urally turning mountainward or seaward.
It has been said there will be an unusual
number of stay-at-homes this year, but
the list of departures does not seem a
small one, though perhaps it is somewhat
counterbalanced by the young people who
are returning for the holidays.
A pleasant party to Tybee Tuesday
evening, chaperoned by Mrs. Tracy G.
Hunter, was composed of Miss Julia
Owens, Miss Annie Maclean, Miss Marion
Maclean, Miss Maude Williams, Miss Clif
ford Munnerlyn, Miss Josephine Egan,
Mr. Hugh Harris, Mr. Clarence Conneret,
Mr. George Heyward, the Messrs Egan
and Mr. Colter Carmichael.
Tbe members of the Terpsichorean Club
are planning a dance to be given at Thun
derbolt Wednesday evening. Mr. Frank
Heyward, Mr. Tattnall Pritchard and Mr.
Edward Thompson are In charge of affairs
and Mrs. Guy Howard, Mrs. Meldrim and
Mrs. Hopps have been asked to act as
Mr. and Mrs. Meldrim entertained
Thursday with a beautiful luncheon.
Mr. Edward Demere took a party of
friends to Isle of Hope Friday evening,
were they enjoyed a delightful sail fol
lowed by a supper. In the party were
the Misses Coney of Cordele and Bower of
Bainbridge, both guests of Miss Ray Cut
Among (lie parties at Tybee Tuesday
evening was one chaperoned by Mrs. W.
G. Cooper. The young people were Miss
Nannie Coney. Mies Nellie Coney, Mias
Marie Dreese, Miss Katie Dreese, Miss
Bessie Cooper, Mr. Percy Inabnett, Mr.
Charlton Barbour, Mr. Harry Dreese. Jr.;
Mr. Sidney Cooper, Mr. Woodroe, and Mr.
Mias Groves and Miss Forrell of Black
ford, S. C., and Miss Griffin of Atlanta
were the guests of honor at a
delightful luncheon at Bannon Dodge yes
terday. Later the party adjourned to the
Yacht Club house, where ihe afternoon
paased very pleasantly. In the party were
Mrs. Edward O'Connor, Mrs. Margaret
Cash, Miss Farrell. Miss Groves, Miss
Griffin, the Misses Lyon, the Misses
O’Connor. Miss Lucille Desbouillons, Miss
Elisabeth Gallagher, Miss Nan Golden,
Miss Viva Sullivan, Miss Annie Kehoe,
Miss May Palmer, Miss Agnes Rourke,
Mias Sallle Black, the Misses McGovern,
and the Misses Lynch.
Mr. William L. Exley has issued Invi
tations for the marriage of his daughter,
Lilia Elisabeth, to Mr. John Samuel Sims,
Thursday, July 5, at 8:30 o'clock, the wed
ding to lake place in Trinity Church.
Friday afternoon Master Duncan Ow
ens was host at a jolly children's party.
The guests played games until after the
refreshments had been served, when Miss
Elizabeth Gordon entertained them by
dancing the cake walk. Those present
were the Misses Mary Owens, Sarah Bar
row, Eleanor Copens. Pauline Corson, Pau
line Overton, Elizabeth Gordon, Margaret
Heines, Mabel Ziegler, and Masters Har
old Hunter, Horace Battey, Heyward How
kins, John Howklns, Thomas Charlton,
Julian Johnson and Willie Aiken.
Miss Clermont Huger, Miss Jeanie
Haines and Miss Clifford Munnerlyn help
ed Mrs. Owens to amuse the little peo
ple. each of whom were given as souvenirs
a pretty cup and saucer or a baseball.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Lawton. Mrs. Louis
Haskell, and Mrs. Rauers left Friday, to
be for a fortnight the guests of Mr. an<l
Mrs. J. Florence Minis at “Rockwood,"
Among the passengers sailing from New
York, by the Teutonic Wednesday, were
Miss Emily A. Shotter and Misa Eliza
beth Shotter, who will make Paris their
headquarters for the summer. Mrs. Will
iam Low. who is returning to her home,
Mr. Arthur Gordon, and Miss Margaret
Richardson of New Orleans, who will
spend the summer with Mrs. Low.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hays Lattimore
will be at home after July 1 at No. 331
Barnard 6treet. Mr. and Mrs. Lattimore
are now at Saratoga after a dlightful
trip though the lakes and the St. Law
rence river from Niagara Falls to Mont
real and Lake George.
Mr. and iMra. Arthur M. Glbbes and the
Misses Glbbes returned yesterday from
Tybee. They expect to leave for Ashe
ville early In July.
Mrs. George Baldwin and Miss Dorothy
lie Id-win will leave to-morrow for Long
Island, where they will be the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Baldwin for a week
before going to Chautauqua.
Misa Belle Daniel, who has been visiting
the Misses Huger at Bluffton returned dur
ing the week.
Mrs. John Heard Hunter and children
will return from Tybee, Monday.
Mr and Mrs. James King have Issued
invitations for the marriage of their
cousin, Mamie Gertrude Bennett, to Mr.
Frank Hard'-s Williams at noon, Tuesday.
June the twenty-eixth. at the De Soto
Mrs A. B. Girardeau, Mips Gladys
Girardeau, and Master Claude Girardeau
left Thursday for Waynesville, N. C.,
where they will remain until Aug. 1.
Mire Leila Hill and Miss Eleanor Hill
will leave shortly for their home In North
Miss McGann. who has been visiting
Miss Annie Vane Jones, since the regatta,
returned Monday to her home In Charles
Mrs. William Mackall, Miss Minnie
Maekall and Masters Porter and Willie
Mackall, will leave Thursday for Wash
ington. D. C., where they will spend a
.ortmght before going to their summer
home. The Lawn, in Virginia.
Mr. Maleoim Ma lean is spending a few
days In Griffin.
Miss Carrie Lou Meldrlm and Misa Fan
nie Meldrlm arrived Friday from Athens,
where they have been attending the Lucy
t obb Misa Carrie Lou Meldrlm was one
of the graduating class.
Miss Mary Clay left during the week for
New York, where she will visit her broth-
WatedT Hni* VaSe CIUS ' before * olng to
Miss Lewis Misa Ada Turner. Miss Fan
nie Turner. Mips Cole. Mias Annie Will
isma and Misa Lowry, who have been
members of o house party at the Tybee
cottage of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Farie
Jr. returned Tu-aday to their homes In
Miss Eleanor Shotter and Misti Lila
Carmichael will leave Friday for Atl'nti
where they will spend a we. k ..r ten days
before going to Clarkesville for the sum
Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Meinhard and
Matter Irving Meinhard left Monday for
New York. There they were joined by
Miss Jeannette Meinhard and are now at
Bong Branch for a month before going to
Mrs. Henry Bell and the Mieses Bell
will spend the three summer months at
the Warm Springs. Georgia, where they
have taken a house.
Mrs. Ben Hardee and Miss Baldwin
will leave to-morrow for South Orange,
Mr. R. H. Butler sailed for New York
Miss Cornelia E. Lee will leave during
the week for Charleston to visit Mrs. Boaz
during the regatta.
Miss Mabel Stoddard is the guest of the
Misses Huger at Bluftton.
Miss Margaret Stiles left Monday for
New York, whence she sailed Wednesday
by the Teutonic, for England.
Miss Edith Stillwell is spending a week
with the Misses Morgan in their cottage
Mrs. Henry D. Stevens, the Misses Flor
ence and Josephine and Masters Dana and
Arthur Stevens will leave by sea to-mor
row for New York. They will spend the
summer at Cape Cod.
Mrs. John M. Egan, the Misses Egan,
and Messrs. John Egan. Jr., and Frank
Egan leave to-day for Marquette.
Mr. and Mrs. Meldrim arrived Thursday
from Athens, where they visited friends
during commencement week.
Mrs. J. L. Bracewell will leave during
the week for Jacksonville where she will
visit friends for a fortnight.
Mr. Laurence Lee has returned from
Oxford. Ga., where he has been the guest
of Mr. Montague Boyd.
Mrs. J. S. Wood, Miss Augusta Wood,
Miss Rosalind Wood, and the Masters
Wood are at the Tybee Hotel.
Mr. J. Ferris Cann left for New York
Miss Maude d’Antignac left Monday for
New York to be absent for the summer.
Mrs. W. T. Dixon and Mr. W. D. Dixon
returned Friday from Suwannee Springs,
whera they spent the past three weeks.
Miss Beulah llexter will spend the sum
mer at the Norih. Miss Hexter has re
signed from her position as editress of
the Savannah department of tbe Jewish
Sentiment. Miss Miriam Weil will take
Mr. Walter Coney left during the week
for New York.
Mrs. A. S. Cohen sailed for New York
Monday on the Nacoochee.
Mrs. F. K. Dreese went yesterday to
Grahamvllle for a stay of several weeks.
Mr. Louis Levy has returned from Su
wannee Springs, Fla., after a pleasant
Mrs. Is. T. Walker of Columbus was
guest of honor at a Tybee party given
Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. L. B. Moses.
Among the guests were Miss Woodruff
of Charleston, Miss Andrews and Miss
Mr. F. R. Clarke of Nashville, Tenn., Is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Remshart
at White Bluff.
Mrs. M. S. Gardner, Miss Pauline Gard
ner, Mrs. E. L. Byck and Miss Marlon
Byck will leave Tuesday for he Cats
Miss Estelle Gallagher, who has been
attending school in Washington, Ga., is
spending a fortnight in Milledgeville as
the guest of Miss Horn.
Mr. Charles Marks returned during the
week from Suwanee Springs.
Mr. Arthur Levy sailed yesterday for
Mrs. Louts Falligant, the Misses Rena.
Louise and Gertrude Falligant and the
Masters Falligant will leave by the end
of the week for their summer home at
Miss Carrie Lilienthal will leave to
morrow for Long Branch.
Mrs. E. A. Cults and family will spend
the summer at Saratoga.
Misses Pauline and Julia Ronan are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Thomas, on
Miss Carrie Bickert and Miss Edith
Rosenbaum of Atlanta are expected to
day, to spend several weeks at Hotel
Mr. Karl Herman and Mr. Walter Lil
ienthal have gone to California for a
pleasure trip of several weeks.
Mrs. L. T. Walker of Columbus, who
has been the guest of her daughter. Mrs.
L. B, Moses, returned Wednesday to her
The Misses Agnes. Josephine and i,u
etlle Golden returned Thursday from
Washington, Ga., where they have been
Mrs. J. Belainger left for Philadelphia
Wednesday to be absent for the summer.
Miss Lily Selig expects to spend the
summer at Chautauqua.
Misses Minnie and Birdie Blaekshear of
Macon are visiting their cousin. Mrs.
Maurice E. Robinson, on Bull street.
Mr. B. K. Bullard left Tuesday for the
North. He will spend the summer in
Mrs. D. Kraus and family will leave
during the week for Marietta.
Miss Pina Levy and Mr. I. M. Levy,
who have been visiting Miss Muhlberg,
left last week for Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. OfTut, who sailed
for New York Tuesday, will spend the
summer in Europe.
Mr. Fred Weis of Galveston will arrive
soon, to make his home for a while In
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Byck have moved
Into their new home at 705 Whitaker
Hon. Boykin Wright and family, of
Augusta, will occupy a cottage with Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Chesnutt at Tybee for
the next month.
Mrs. Charles H. Olmstead and the
Misses Olmstead expect to leave for New
York during the week.
Mrs. W. W. Chisholm and Miss Eliza
Chisholm are vlstiing In Anderson, S. C.
Miss Lily Lynah returns to-day from
Mr. Julian Wells has returned to hia
home in Charleston, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray McG. Stewart and
children are at Tybee.
Mr. Richard Charlton and Mr. Cosmo
Hardee have returned from Athens.
Mrs. A. J. Waring has gone to Monte
rey, Pa., for the summer.
Mrs. Robert Bllllngton expects ta leave |
during the week for Noroton, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Orme and MISs
Lucy Orma are spending tha summer In
Mr Theodore Barnard has returned
f om Charleston.
Mrs. Reger Gamble of Louisville. Ga
ls the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Heard
Humer at Tybee.
Miss Maggie Owens left Thursday for
Mr. and Mrs Henry M, Steele and son
arc at Hotel Tybee.
Mrs John I>. l’alge left during the week
for New York.
Mrs. George T. Cann left during the
week to be present at the commencement
of the Pennsylvania Military Academv
where her eon, Ur. Sidney. Stubbs Is
THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1900.
studying. From there Mrs. Cann will go
to Sal m, N J., to visit her daughter,
Mrs. D. Stewart Craven.
Mrs. John 1,. Hammond. Miss Marlon
Hammond, and Mrs Robert Burdeil are
now spending several weeks in Paris.
Miss Emily Charlton will be the gu°st
this week of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Charl
Master Haldeman Finnle will leave dur
ing the week to spend the summer at
Put In Bay. Lake Erie. '
Mrs. T. R. Randal of Atlanta Is the
guest of Capt. and Mrs. John L Branan.
Mr. Tracy G. Hunter. Jr., who has been
attending school at St. James, Md., ar
rived during the week.
Mr. Alonzo Sybrandt left last week for
New York. He will spend the summer
Miss Lucy Boyd will arrive during the
week from Oxford to visit her aunt, Mrs.
Mr. Thomas Denmark has returned
Miss Eva Acosta of Blackshear is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Theus.
Mr. Dawson Wylly, who has been
studying at St. James. Md.. is now In New
York, but will soon return home for the
Miss Mamie Coburn will leave Wednes
day to spend the summer with relatives
Mr. Edward Mayberry, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Trenhotm,
has returned to Charleston.
Miss Bulloch is having a delightful
summer with Mrs. Shepherd, in Shep
herdstown, W. Va.
Mr. Nat Israel and Miss Rosalie Levy
of Charleston are spending the day here
as guests of Mr. Richard Robinson.
Cadels Gordon and Albert Rossignol of
Gordon Institute, Barnc-sville, Ga, have
returned to their home.
Thursday afternoon Miss Lucille. Levy
celebrated her tenth birthday with a
lovely children's party, at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Levy. At a
shooting contest, which formed a large
part of the afternoon's amusement, the
prizes, a pretty little Dresden teapot and
a dainty vase, were won by Miss Anita
Lezaron and Miss Edna Coldlng. The
other guests were the Misses Hannah
Gerst, Joy Mendes, Rita Weil, Doris
Lippman. Margaret Lyons, Bertha Laza
ron, Madeline Bigler, Lucille Perllnski,
Louise • Grouse, Retta Dryfus, Carlyn
Byek, Nell Wolff, Daisy Smith, Fannie
Kahnweiler, Ray Solomons. Edna Byck,
Mildred Ehrlich, Alma Collet, Lena
Schulhafer, Claude Livingston, Doris
Smith, Lucille Stern, Carry Putzel, Lillian
Kahnweiler, Vera Colding and Edna
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Webb and fam
ily will leave this week for the North.
Mr. R. R. Richards, Jr., and Mr. Will
iam Blun have returned from Athens.
Mrs. Isaac Ball and Miss Loti Ball of
Charleston, arrive to-day to visit Mrs. L.
Mr. Julian Beckett has returned from
the University of Georgia.
Miss Madge Hcxt left Thursday for
Rome. Ga., as delegate to the Epworth
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Frank and Mieses
Irene and Viola Frank will spend the
summer at Sharon Springs and Saratoga.
Mr. John Hastings Cutter returned last
week from a pleasant trip to relatives and
friends in Southwest Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Berry have
issued invitations for the marriage of their
daughter. Rose May, to Mr. Ferris F.
Branan, Tuesday evening July 3, at 8:30
o’clock. The wedding will take place at
their home on Bolton street.
Miss Clara Chandler returned yesterday
to her home In New Brunswick.
Miss Marlon Cooper Is visiting the Misses
Morgan at Tybee.
Miss Rosalie Beckett will leave during
the week for Asheville.
Mrs. A. W. Masterson and Master Frank
Masterson ere at the Atlantic Clubhouse,
Miss Angle Cubbedge has returned from
a visit to Charlotte, N. C.
Among the social events of the week was
a surprise party given at the residence of
Miss Gallagher in honor of her guest, Miss
Katie B. Murphy of Augusta. The par
lors were beautifully decorated with flow
ers, palms and Japanese lanterns, and the
guests enjoyed music as well as a variety
of games. Those present were Miss Katie
Murphy, Miss Nellie Ray, Miss Sadie
Gallagher, Miss Mary Ruane, Miss Mary
Gallagher, Miss Agnes Diegnan, Miss
Mary Cosey, Miss Nellie Mahoney, Mrs.
James Anderson, Miss Rosa Barnickel,
Miss Agnes Morgan. Miss Gertrude Rey
nolds. Miss Jennie Reilley. Miss Agnes
Murtaugh, Miss Essie Hodge, Miss Lillian
Hudson, Miss Essie Smith, Miss May
Spann, Miss Mercy Hunt, Messrs. John
McDonough. Robert Wilson, Burt Thomas,
John Reynolds, Willie Mingledorft. John
Gannon, James Robertson, Willie Wolfe,
Mark Masters, James Mcßllinn, Fred Helt
man, Claude Robins, Charles Sickles, Loy
Lyons, Willie Kline, Cyril Kelly.
Mrs. A. B. Rowe and Master Alvan
Rowe will leave Tuesday for Brunswick
to visit relatives.
Mr. Edmund Rhett arrives to-day to
v'sit his stst r. Mrs. E. G. Tr’nholm. Mr.
Rhett has just been graduated with honor
Mrs. Thomas Ballantine, Jr., and chil
dren will leave during the week for
Waynesville, N. C.
Miss Elizabeth McDaniel of Springfield,
Mo., and Miss Julia Conniff of Jackson
v lie. who were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Marcus S. Baker have returned to
sir and Mrs. W. P. Bailey and Miss
Stella Bailey, who has recently returned
from school in WasMrgton, D. C., will
go to Tybee during the w< ek to spend the
summer at the Inlet Club House.
The Misses Coney are in Brunswick vis
iting Miss Ethel Condly.
Mr. Jacob Cohen left Thursday for a
stay at Suwannee Springs, Fla
Mr. Walter Cargyle of Columbus is the
gu st of Mr. arid Mrs. J. R, Cargyle.
Miss Estelle Burghelm of Houston.
Tex., is exp cted to visit Mrs. E. H. Abra
hams during the week. Later Miss Burg
helm will go abroad to study music in
Mrs. R. L Cooper is visiting relatives
Misa Mamie McGreal Is spending her va
cation with her slat, r, Mrs. James Mc-
Goldriek at Naval Station, Port Roval
Misa Sallle Willcox and Master Miles
Willcox left during the week for New
Miss Addlo Sievera returned during the
1 "cA Perfect Food”
” c Prcserbcs Health”
” 'Prolongs Life ”
t“ Known the world over.
. . . Received the highest in
dorsements from the medical
practitioner, the nurse, and
the intelligent housekeeper
and caterer.” —Dietetic and
Walter Baker & Cos. ud.
I on Every Package Established ■ ro.
14 Broughton Street, West.
Clearing out our entire stock of
250 Shirt Waists, slightly soiled, worth SI.OO, $1.50 and $2.50, going at 50c.
White Lawn Shirt Waists, two rows of inserting, 50c.
One lot of Silk Waists, worth $3.00 and $7.00, going at $2.98.
One lot of Children's Fast Black Ribbed Stockings, regular price 3 pair
for $1.00; the whole line this week going at 3 pair for 50c.
Fans, Parasols and Gloves for the Graduates.
week, after a very pleasant visit to her
sister, Mrs. O. E. Marin, of Montgomery,
Ala. , ;
Miss Lilllbelle Jewett left Sunday to
visit relatives In Sumter. S. C., Wilming
ton, N. C. Later she will join her family in
Hendersonville, N. C., where they will
spend the summer.
Miss Prosser arrived Thursday from
Washington, Ga., where she has been at
Mrs. Lewis Bliss and Miss Alice Bliss
are spending some time In Saluda, N.
C., at the Mountain House. Later on,
they will visit Battery Park Hotel, Ashe
ville, returning to their home in Savan
nah about Oct. 1.
Miss Eliza Tedder has just returned
from a month's visit among relatives and
friends at the famous Hampton Spring,
and other points in Florida.
Mr. J. M. Karrvlsoh of Atlanta is
visiting his cousins, the Misses Sanders,
on Third and Montgomery streets.
Miss Tilly Struck left Tuesday for Salis
bury, N. C.
Mrs. H. V. Barnes and her daughter,
Mrs. J. C. Reppard. have gone on an ex
tended visit to Cincinnati and other points
in the West.
Mrs. George R. Tollmans, Misses Della,
Marie and Alexander Carswell. Cleon Ar
cher and Missers. Clifford Johnson end
Luther Hulsey have gone to spend a while
on St. Simon Island.
Mrs. Grace Taylor of Montioello, Fla.,
has been visiting relatives in Waycross.
Mrs. John C. McDonald has been spend
ing some time with her parents. Capt.
and Mrs. C. W. Hilliard of Dinsmore, Fla
The marriage of Miss May C. Smith and
Mr. Charles McDill, at Ruskin, was an
important social event in the common
wealth. The ceremony was performed by
Rev. W. A. McMichael, pastor of the Duke
Miss Mary L. Young has gone to Val
dosta and Quitman for a sojourn with
friends end relatives before going to her
future home in Live Oak, Fla.
Mrs. J. V. Brown visited here Tuesday
Mrs. F. C. Folks and children are
spending some time in Clinch county, at
the home of her father, Hon. Jonathan L.
Morgan, near Wlregrass.
Prof, and Misses E. A. Pound are spend
ing their vacation at their old home In
Misses Alma, Minnie end Maggie Meade,
three charming young ladies of Wares
boro, were visitors in town last week.
Mrs. Jeff Kirkland of Pearson Is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. Arrington, at Daw
Mrs. Max Isaac is with friends in Balti
more for a few weeks.
Miss Roxie Bradley has returned to
Wilsonvllle, after a visit with home folks
Miss Bula Whiting of Prendergast spent
Sunday in the city.
■Miss Francis Moore will teach a summed
school near Manor In Ware county.
Mrs. J. A. McKinney. Mrs. D. Groff
and Miss Ellen Mclntosh were recent vis
itors to the city from. Blackshear.
Miss Ada Smith spent last week with
friends at Jesup.
Miss Nora Lee Smith is visiting in Val
Miss Genevieve Young attended the fes
tivities at Valdosta this week.
C. E. Murphy and family, H. Murphy
and wife. Alvin Johnson and fsmTy, and
Hon. L. A. Wilson and family have jotne 1
the Waycross contingent on Si. Simon
Island for the summer.
The Waycross Band give a delightful
concert every Friday night at the band
stand. The concerts are greatly enjoyed
Misses Lizzie and Angle Easterling are
visiting their sister, Mrs. J. R. Willis.
Tlfeir home is in Reidsvtlle.
Judge Warren Lott and family. Mrs B.
F. Williams and her daughters, Miss Mat
tie, are spending the summer on St. Si
Three marriages are on tapis at Doctor
town within the next few weeks.
Mrs. O. F. Wooten visited here this week
Mrs. W. R. Mclntosh, formerly a resi
dent of Waycross, and her mother, Mrs.
S. A. Steele, of Albany, passed through
here thl? morning on their way to Vir
ginia, where they will spend the heated
Mr. 11. H. Burnett of the Southern Ho-
Wide-awake buyers are profiting by the phenomenal
ly low prices placed on goods at
THE BEE HIVE
N. SCHU rz,
* St. Julian and Whitaker Streets.
It is not a lot ot rutibish tint m otter tor sale,
but it is the bast goods ottered cleaner that elsawhere
Bath Towels, unbleache<l, 16x31 6-
Bath Towtla, unbleached, 21x10 8c
Bath Towels, bleached, 15x34 9c
Bath Towels, bleached, 18x38 12V4c
Bath Towels, bleached, 22x47 20c
R. & G. Corsets, all sizes, In white,
black, pink. blue.
Summer Corsets, all sizes 23c
White Leather Belts 10c
Pulley Belts, white, black and all col
Bodies' Shirt Waists 25c
Ladles' Plain and Richelieu Ribbed
Hermadorf dye Black Rosa. lull
Ladles' Bleached Gausa Vests 100
BLACK VELVET RIBBONS, all widths.
l ail mi
A light, strongly made broom, scientific,
ally constructed for a scientific purpose
sweeping chemically clean. Antiseptic
Brooms purify whiie you sweep. They do
this without any extra effort on your part.
They do their work well and wear better
than the old style broom. You should
have one in your home. Ask your dealer
tel captured a prize in Charleston this
week and brought home as hts bride the
accomplished Miss Virginia North of that
Misses Ruth and Nellie Whiting left
Thursday for Tifton, where thev will visit
friends until Tuesday, when Mrs. E. M.
Whiting, their mother, will join them
there and they will visit Mrs. Whiting's
parents in Folkston, Ga.
Miss Lillie Thigpen is spending the week
writh friends and relatives in Waycro.-s.
The family of H. H. Sasnelt will make
Jacksonville their future home.
Mrs. C. L. Thigpen has returned to her
home In Downing, Ga.
After her visit in Asheville. N. C., Miss
Lalie Whiling will visit her grandparents
in Muscogee county.
DEATH OF CAPT. H. C. HEART.
He Was a Prominent and Well
Known Citizen of Dublin.
Dublin, Ga., June 23.—Capt. R. C. Hen
ry. president of the Dublin Banking Com
pany and until recently general manager
of the Georgia Warehouse and Compress,
died yesterday morning at 2:20 o'clock,
after an illness of several of dia.
betes. Capt. Henry was in the stric:est
sense of the w r ord a self-made man. H
came to Dublin about twenty years ago
from North Carolina as pilot of the
. steamer Colville end joined writh Coi.
John M. Stubbs in the organization of the
Oconee River Steamboat Company. At
that time water was Dublin's only means
of transportation and much m.ney was
made by this company. Upon the com
pletion of the Wrightsville and Tennide
Railroad to Dublin, Capt. Henry organ
ized the Louisa Setamfcoat Com
pany, he being the princ.pal ow, -
er. A few years later he sold
his stock in this company and organ
ized the Dublin Banking Company and
the Georgia Warehouse and Compress
Company. In addition to his stock in
<hese corporations, which is large, he
owned considerable stock in other Dublin
institutions, and last year built the ele
gant Henry building. Capt. Henry was
very liberal to charitable and religious
institutions, his contribution to the
building fund of the Dublin Presbyterian
Church being $1,200.
Capt. Henry left no relatives in Geor
gia, except his wife. He will be missed
from business circles in Dublin and Lau
rens county. It la expected that Cashier
James M. Finn of the Dublin Banking
Company will be elected president, in
this event. Asslstan Cashier A. R. Ar
rau will be promoted to the cashier’s
Capt. Henry’s remains were Interred
When we have good blood we are
healthy, strong, vigorous and full of life
and energy. Hood’s Sarsaparilla makes
Notions for One Cent.
Pins, a paper, lc
Gold Eye Needles, a paper, lo J
Hair Pins, 2 papers for lc /“>
Hat Pins, 3 for lc Iff
Hooks and Eyes, a paper, lc I I *
Black Button Hole Twist lo | j
Pulley Belt Rings lc 111
Palmetto Fans lc y
Baby Ribbon a yard lc
Buttermilk Soap 2c
Nickel Clasp Purses
Collar Buttons, a dozen 2c
~ CLEANING UP SALE
Continues to Clean Out Our SUMMER STOCK.
Unusual Attractions This Week.
Corset Covers, low and round neck,
lace and embroidery trimmed, was
Chemise, round neck, trimmed with
Val. lace and embroidery, was 65c,
Muslin Drawers, open and closed,
hemstitched and tucks, was 46c,
Muslin Skirts, tucked lawn ruffle,
with embroidery trimming, was $1.39,
Empire Gowns, trimmecj with inser
tion and edge of embroider}', was
for Shirt Waists.
White Lawn Waists, tucked, French
backs, tucked front and insertiqn of
embroidery; others with lace and
corded back and front, formerly $2.00,
Whke Lawn Waists, tucked front,
others with insertion and some fig
ured Swiss and a few colors, formerly
Your choice of White Silk Waists, former prices $7.50 to $9,
Ladies’ Colored Silk .Taffeta Petti-
coats, corded ruffle, former price
•1 c? **,
sl.oo Summer Corsets now
3 and 5-inch All Silk Taffeta Rib-
bons, former price 35c, now
Large size Ready-made Mosquito
Canopies, extra fine netting, worth
Buy your Hat and Trimmings of us and we will trim it free of charge.
Elizabeth College, Charlotte, N. C.
A school for women, with a faculty of specialists and the influence of a Christian
THE BEST ADVANTAGES IN BOTH COLLEGIATE and SPECIAL BRANCHES.
A fire-proof building with modern comforts. Will be pleased to mail a catalogue.
REV. C. B. KING, President.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY.
Annual Commencement Exercises
and Delivery of Medals.
Washington, Ga.. June 33.—The twenty
fourth annual commencement exercises
of St. Joseph's Academy were held on
On account of the death of Father
O’Brien, the exercise were private; nev
ertheless, the programmes were prepared
with the same care which always char
acterizes their entertainments, and the
result was altogether charming and sat
Father. Bazin delivered diplomas to six
bright and charming young girls, Miss
Berdleene Biecbele of Canton. 0., who
had the honor of being valedictorian of
the class; Miss Marie Hines of Washing
ton, Ga.; Miss Sadie Valentino, Macon,
Ga.; Miss Annie Vic Cozart, Washing
ton, Ga.: Miss Gertrude Horne, Macon,
Ga., and Miss Lumpkin Doughty, Au
The following are the names of the
winners of gold medals donated by dif
ferent friends of the school in various
Guilmartin gold medal. B col
legiate class, Miss Sarah Lowe, Washing
Geometry medal, presented hy Capt.
John Fitzpatrick. Washington, Ga., Miss
Eva Murphy, Jacksonville, Fla.
C collegiate class. Flannery gold medal,
Miss Lucie Poche, Washington, Ga.
A Grammar Grade—Benson, gold medal.
Miss Gretchen Miller, Lexington. Ky.
Father Bazin catechism medal, Miss
Marie Fitzpatrick, Washington, Ga.
B Grammar Grade—Gold modal. Miss
Elizabeth Stetson. Brunswick, Ga. '
Catechism medal, primary grade, Miss
Marie Dakmon, Washington, Ga.
Improvement in music, gold medal, pre
sented by Mr. S. J. Roberts. Lexington,
Ky.. Miss Pau’.lno Hanna, Buckhead, Ga.
Improvement In writing, gold pen, Misa
Marguerite Murphy, Charleston, S. C.
Graduate In stenography, Miss Stella
Gallagher, Savannah, On.
General execllenc'e, gold medal, present
ed by Mr. T. Burwell Green. Washington,
Ga., Miss Fannie Dickinson, Savannah,
A large number of smaller prizes of
books, laurel crowns and medals to the !
graduates were also presented by Father I
WANT 1111 ICE FINISHED.
Decrease in Value of Bananas Ex
ported to Tutted States.
Kingston. Jamaica. June 23.—Two broth
ers of the Jamaican, Constantine, who was
recently shot at Santiago de Cuba, by an
American named Brice, have left for
Cuba In order to pros* for Brice's punish
ment Constantine was connected with
a well-known family.
Official statistics published to-day show
o drop in the value of bananas, exported
to the United States in the last quarter
of nearly half a million dollars, as com
pared with the value of the fruit exported
during the same period of last year.
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ON A PACKAGE TOU
KNOW IT lit ALL RIGHT.
Best quality Ail Silk Printed Foul
ards, formerly $l.OO and $1.25„ now
Best quality extra heavy 4.U Sills
Taffeta Silks, formerly S9c, now
Printed India I.i 110ns and Corded
Batiste, formerly 12', a c, now
Printed Batiste Lawns, hemstitohed
effects, formerly 20c, now
12 /2 c
Extra qualtty fine French Batiste,
very handsome, lace ribbon and In
sertion designs, only
Fine Mercerized White Goods in
cords, checks, brocades, polka dots,
lace stripes and many other hand
some designs, thoibest imported goods,
sold formerly at, 50c, now
White Corded P. K., formerly 12Vic,
Imported White Batiste Claire, 250
Novelty F. K., formerly 39e, now
Extra heavy Double Damask, full
bleached, 72 inches wide, worth $l, now
Large size Fine Huck Towels, hem
stitched, fancy damask border, worth
20c Large Size Pillow Cases now
Extra Heavy Full Sized Bleached
Turkish Towels, worth 29c, Monday
Those Samples of
And hosts of other pretty things, are
taking the town.
Our purchase was a big one, and the
assortment Is imrasr.se.
THE PRICES, TOO. ARE
25 % LESS
THAN THE USUAL.
This Is a chance to save money.
We Invite you to come.
Summer Goods at Special Figures.
G. W. ALLEN & CO.,
STATE AND BARNARD.
The Singer Piano
of Chicago, 111.
This SINGER PIANO is sold by many
of the leading dealers In tha United
States, such as Wm. Stelnert Sons Cos.,
who have the largest establishments *
Boston, New Haven and Providence. Also
the SINGER PIANO is sold by Wro
Knabe Cos., having the leading houses in
Boston, Baltimore, Washington and New
York city. There are a largo number ot
leading houses handling SINGER PIANO,
too numerous to mention.
The SINGER PIANO is evidently one of
the best pianos in the market, or It would
not be sold by these leading houses.
It has an elegant singing tone, much
finer than most pianos, and about one-hall
the price of other instruments.
Call and see, and examine tlje SINGER
PIANO and save a good deal of money on
your purchase. Same guarantee is ex
tended for the SINGER PIANO aa any of
the leading pianos of the day. and a sat
isfactory price will be given to all on ap
Wholesale Agenta, Wholesale Druggiste.
Barnard and Congress Streets,
West Bioud and Haris streets,
opposite Central Depot.
Modern appointment. Convenient to all
street car lines. Rates $1.25 and $1,50 and
$2.00 per day, Single meul 25c.
M. J. PATERSON, .Manager.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank books from
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