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At cool, delightful Tybee, where one
rnay so soon forget the heat of the town,
this has been the gayest of weeks.
Tuesday evening at the hotel there was
a charming progressive euchre party, at
which Mrs, Charles F. Graham won the
ladles' prize, a lovely pin tray, and Mr.
Jacob Ldppman the gentlemen's prize, a
pearl and silver mounted blotter. The
other players were Mr. and Mrs. James
Benson, Mrs. Jacob Lippman, Mrs. R. W.
Baughn. Mrs. Grigg of Montgomery, Mr.
C. F. Graham and Mr. H. Jenson.
Mrs. E. W. Cubbedge chaperoned a
party of young people at the dance on
the same evening. They were Miss Lucy
Boyd. Miss Eula Gamble. Miss Angie Cub
bedge, Mr. Edward Thompson, Mr. Law
rence Lee, Mr. Frank deC. Heyward and
Mr. Montague Boyd.
Mr. and Mjs. George J. Mills have gone
Mrs. Abram Minis and Miss Minis are
spending the summer at Magnolia. Mass.
Mrs. Jane Garmany is now in New' York,
having recently returned from a visit to
her daughter, Mrs. Brandt, in London.
Mr. and Mrs. John Schley Haines and
Miss Haines entertained at supper Wed
nesday evening in honor of Miss Lucy
Boyd. Their guests were Miss Boyd,
Miss Schaeffer, Mr. Clarence Connerat,
Jr., Mr. Ravenel Gignilliat and Mr. John
Miss Eula Gamble is the guest of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Baldwin have
gone to Lake Chautauqua.
Dr. and Mrs. John D. Paige will sail
this week for New York.
Mrs. George W. Owens is spending sev
eral weeks at Cape Cod.
Miss Lucy Boyd, who has been visiting
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Boyd, returned
Thursday to her home In Oxford, Ga.
Mr. Abram Minis is at Ashcroft. B. C.,
from where he will start shortly on a
hunting expedition through Western Can
ada and probably Alaska.
Miss Jennie May and Miss Katherine
Marvin are with Miss Maud Smith at
Mrs. McLeod, Mrs. R. M. Hull and Mas
ter McLeod Hull, are staying at Hick
ory, N. C.
Mrs. G. M. Sorrell is at Saratoga.
Miss Lina Woodbridge will leave to-mor
row for Ooburg, Can., to Join Mrs. Arthur
S. Haines, who is spending the summer
there. Miss Woodbridge will probably
make a stay of some length at the North,
and during her absence the office of treas
urer of the Fresh Air Home will be filled
by Mrs. Ralston Wylly.
Mr. J. Nevett Steele, Jr., returned Mon
day from a short visit to Bluffton, and
left Tuesday for New Y’ork.
Mr. F. C. Battey and Dr. J. G. Van
Marter will go North to-morrow, on their
way to Canada. After a short stop in
New York and Boston they will proceed by
way of Halifax and Cape Breton, to the
Interior of Newfoundland, for a six weeks'
expedition, reindeer hunting end salmon
Miss Georgia McAlpin, who has been
spending some time at Highland Falls
with her elster, Mrs. H. W. Johnson* will
leave shortly to visit in St. Paul.
Mr. John W. Huger returned Monday
from his European trip, and left yester
day for New York.
Mrs, T. S. Wayne and Miss Mary
Wayne, who are now at North Hatley,
Con., will leave shortly to visit Mrs.
Wards at Port Hope, Ont. They will re
turn to Savannah about the middle of Sep
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hartridge and Mas
ter Jo Hartridge, are guests of Mr and
Mrs. Leslie Russell In Canton, N. Y.‘
Mr?. George Cope will le*ve to-<lay to
join Mrs. Freeland and Mrs. Edward C.
Mercer at Mr. Airy.
Dr. H. H. Martin will return to-morrow
from a two months’ stay at Hotel Tybee.
(Mr. George F. Termille went North
Wedneeday. After a few days’ stay at
his home in Baet Orange, Mr. Tennlllo
will leave with a party of friends for a
trip of several weeks on the steam yacht
Duchess Most of the time will be spent
cruising about Ix>ng Island sound, with
probable atops t Narraganpett, Newport,
and other neighboring resorts.
Mis# Mary Hopps hae returned from a
visit to Miss Clermont Huger in Bluff ton.
Mr. and Mrs. William Langhorne Wil
son will return this week from a two
months' stay at their cottage. Hotel Ty
Mrs. Hollins K Randolph passed
through the city in the early part of the
week on her way to Virginia.
In a party which spent Friday evening
at the Yacht Club were Mr. and Mrs.
James Menzies. Dr. and Mrs. William C.
Hobdy. Lieut. and Mrs. W. S. Whitted.
Miss Ellen McAlpin. Miss Fraser of At
lanta. Mr. H. Wiley Johnson and Mr. E. O.
Mr. Mills R. Lane sailed Thursday for
New York from where lie will go to Boston
to spend about two weeks.
Master Macolm Maclean. Jr., will return
this week from Cherty Hill.
Mies Elizabeth Haskell, who has spent
the past three weeks at the White Sul
phur, has gone to Warm Springs, Va.
Mr. W. Gordon Harrison will return to
day or in the early part of the week from
a visit to Brandon and Virginia Beach.
Miss Nona Wylly U visiting friends in
Mr. John Sullivan 6ehley sailed Tuesday
for New York.
Mr. H. Wiley Johnson left yesterday to
Join Mrs. Johnson at Highland Falls, on
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elliott and their
family will return this week from Green
brier White Sulphur Springs.
Mr. E. O. Watkins left yesterday for a
short visit to his sister in Biaunton, Va.,
after which he will spend some time at
Warm Springs and the Greebrier White
Mrs. A. C. Haskell, who has been st.iy
ii.g at Mountain Rest, near I>ake Mohonk,
returned home during the week.
There was another charming euchre par
ty at Hotel Tybee Wednesday evening.
Mia. James Benson received the ladies
1-rize, a silver buckle, while the gentle
men’s prize, a handsome cut-glass cologne
bottle, was carried away by Mr. Benson.
The other guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Dugger, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Everitt. Mrs.
C. F. Grafham. Mrs. R. W. Baughn, Mrs.
Jacob Lippmau. Mrs. J. M. Sadilcr, Mrs.
A. P. Riddell and Mr. Dudley Williams.
Mr. John J. Stoddard and Miss Isabel
S-toddard are spending the season at Green
brier White Sulphur Springs.
Mrs W. D. Dearlng and her two little
daughter* left Monday for Clarkesvllle.
Mazier McKay Pea ring is spending some
time at Isle of Hope.
Mrs. James H. Hunter and Master
George Cope Hun’er are spending a fort
tiighc with Mrs. Thomas Mills in Grif
fin. Miss Julia T. Hunter will return with
Mr. Hugh M. Comer left Thursday for
Mrs. Walter Hartridge and Master
Julian Hartridge returned Friday night
from a visit to Mrs. J. L. Graham in
Miss Frances Charlton is spending some
weeks very pleasantly in Charlottesville,
Miss Jessie Chisholm came to the city
yesterday from White Bluff.
Krv. Charles H. Strong will leave this
k week for Highlands, N. C., where Mrs.
St t ong is spending the summer.
Mrs. Samuel Adams and children re
turred home during the week from Tyhee.
Miss Alice Prioleau of Beaufort was the
guest of Mrs. Tracy Hunter for several
days during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Cunningham and
Miss Sarah Cunningham have returned
from a visit to Mrs. Cleveland in Au
Mis. Joseph Thompson chaperoned Miss
Margaret Schley Thompson and Miss
Nellie Roberts at Hotel Tybee Thursday
Mrs. Otis Ashmore left Wednesday for
Detroit where she will visit friends for
Mr. and Mrs. Pascal Strong who have
been in the city for several days, will re
turn this week to Beaulieu.
Mr. Neyle Colquitt of Atlanta was the
guest of Mr. Richard Charlton during the
Mrs. Ben Gails and her daughter,
Frieda, arrived home Monday from Ty
bee after a three months sojourn there.
Mr. W. W. Simpson left last night to
spend ten days at his home in South
Miss Mabel Freeman has returned from
Isle of Hope where she was the guest
of the Misses Fretwell.
Maj. W. A. Wilkins returned Thursday
from the North.
Dr. W. H. Bulloch and his sons have
gone to Gettysburg, S. C., for a visit.
Mrs. Merritt W. Dixon and Master Mer
ritt W. Dixon,'Jr., loft Thursday to spend
the rest of the season in Pennsylvania.
Miss Flossie Wade of Quitman is the
guest of Miss Mabel Freeman.
Miss Inez McLeod left last month to
visit relatives in Aiken, S. C., from where
she will go to Saluda to spend the re
mainder of the summer.
Mrs. H. E. Dreeson arrived home dur
ing the week from Tybee. In a few days
she will leave for the mountains Of North
Mr. George W. Beckett arrived home
Thursday, after nn extended trip through
Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Miss Black returned this week from a
visit to Mrs. William Kehoe, in Guyton.
Mrs. C. L. Parks and her son, of Oliver,
are visiting Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Lanier.
Mr. C. 8. Wood returned Tuesday from
Mr. A. G. Guerard, Jr., went North yes
Miss Nelle Reynolds and Miss Mary
Murphy left Friday for Waynesville,
Mr. H. Weber has returned from his
summer trip to Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Train and their son
went to Tennessee Monday to spend about
six weeks ar White Cliff Springs.
Mrs F. W. Btorer nnd children and
Mrs. N. P. Corish ond Miss Eleanor Cor
ish left Friday for Waynesville, N. C.
In a party from Norfolk that spent
Wednesday night at Hotel Tybee W'ere
Mr. William W. Gwathney, Jr., Mr. V.
E. Mcßee. Mr. I). N. Bacot nnd Mr. B.
Mr. George Ford left Friday night to
spend several days at his home, in Co
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Burdell are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cart, in Charles
Miss Agnes Lyons returned yesterday
from Guyton, where she has been visiting
Mrs. William Kehoe.
Miss Nell Reilly was the guest of Miss
Nelle Reynolds several daya during the
Miss J. W. Myddleton left yesterday for
Miss Anna Hayes of Louisville, Ky., is
the guest of Mrs. Henry La Far.
Miss Edith Stillwell. Miss Leila Morgan.
Miss Ellen Morgan. Miss Marion Cooper.
Miss Katherine Johnston and Mr. F. M.
Burner formed a pleasant supper party at
Hotel Tybee Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Player and children
left last night for Hendersonville, N. C.,
where they will spend a month.
Mrs. Clarence A. Coburn is visiting
friends in Dalton.
Dr. F. C. Wilson has returned from Ala
Friday afternoon at Hotel Tybee there
was a very pleasont euchre party, at
which the successful players were Mrs.
Javob Lippman and Mrs. Benson. The
other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Everltt
of Huntsville. Mr. and Mrs. Dugger, Mrs.
Charles Graham. Mrs. R. W. Baughn,
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THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY, AUGUST 12. 1900.
14 Broughton Street, West.
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It will pay you to anticipate your
needs and come down and do a little
shopping with us while we are having
our bargain and remnant sale.
Remember our Buena Tonic tor the
complexion; excellent tor freckles and tan.
Mr*. Grigs. Mr*. J. W. Saddler. Miss
Smith and Mr. Benson.
Miss Ila Lee has returned home to
Brunswick after a delightful visit in Sa
Mr. J. W. Mclntyre returned Thursday
from Lake George, where his family Is
spending the summer.
Mr. T. H. McMillan and his family are
spending some time at Saratoga.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Glascock of Birming
ham passed through Savannah during the
week on their way North and spent a day
or two at Tybee.
Mr. James G. Corbett is visiting rela
tives in Wilmington, N. C.
Mrs. Fred Harms and her little daugh
ter. Ruthie. arrived home from Tybee
Mr. Wm. B. Adams is the guest of Mr.
Frank Kehoe at the Kehoe cottage, Ty
bee, for a few days.
Mrs. A. P. Riddel, who has spent some
weeks very enjoyably at Hotel Tybee has
returned to her home In Montgomery, Ala.
Miss Jessie Freeman is visiting rela
tives in Brunswick.
Mrs. A. M. West left Monday for Ogee
Miss Rita Roth sailed for New York
Mrs. W. W. Osborne left Thursday for
Pennsylvania, where she will spend sev
Mrs. Isaac G. Haas and her children,
who have been spending some time at
Waynesville, have gone to Blue Moun
tain, Md., for the rest of the season. Mr.
Haas returned to the city Thursday.
In a pleasant party from Montgomery
stopping at Hotel Tybee are Mr. and Mrs.
S. Grigg, Mrs. J. M. Saddler, Miss Eva
Heyton and Capt. Dudley Williams.
Mr. A. J. Merkle is making a short stay
Miss Delannoy left Thursday for Thom
Mr. J. A. Walden of Atlanta Is spend
ing some time at Hotel Tybee.
Mr. J. J. Carolan left Thursday night
Mr. D. O'Connor has gone to New- Y'ork.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Everitt and Miss
Smith of Huntsville are staying at Hotel
Mr. John T. Evans has gone to Sharon
for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marks will leave
this week for the mountains of North
One of the enjoyable events of the past
week was a trip to Wilmington Friday
evening on the tug McCauley. Capt. Van
Avery. After a pleasant trolley ride to
Thunderbolt, the party took the boat at
the club house about 9 o'clock The Sap
perlo orchestra was aboard and furnished
the music for the occasion. On reaching
Wilmington dancing was indulged in on
the pavilion until i2, when light refresh
ments were served. Capt. and Mrs. Usina
chaperoned. Among those who composed
the party were: Misses Marlon Cooper,
Nlca Usina, Josie DorSutt, Rena Falllgant,
Ella Morgan. Ada Robertson, Ethel Still
well. Esste Coleman of Spartanburg, S. C.,
Kate Johnson of Waycross, Ella Lou Rob
ertson, Leila Morgan, Belle Twiggs, Julia
Bythewood, Emma Pearl Shackleford,
Clare Williams of Richmond, Va., and
Messrs. John G. Rambo, YVilliam J. Shu
mate, Robert A. Davidson, William S.
Bowen, Robert J. Travis, F. W. Ensor, L.
C. Raoul, W. J. Moody, William Baldwin,
Horace Stillwell, Quincy Hodges. Charles
E. Fairbanks of Philadelphia. Joseph Tlt
zell of Vicksburg, Miss., William Jones
Walker, Roberts of Baltimore, and many
Mrs. John M. Thomas and Miss Edith
M. Thomas left last night for the moun
tains of Virginia, and will visit later some
of the resorts in New Y’ork.
Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Scully and Miss Mar
gery Scully have gone to Toronto for the
rest of the summer.
Mrs. H. Y’. Cohen is at Mendham, N. J„
for the summer months.
Mr. ond Mrs. J. R. Sheldon are spend
ing the season in the Adirondacks.
Mrs. Clara Bloodworth Is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Bloodworth.
Miss Ruby King of Athens is visiting
Miss Rena Falllgant at Montgomery.
Miss Edwinia YVood of Columbus is a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Lattl
more on Barnard street.
Mrs. E. H. Abrahams, Miss Peria
Abrahams and Mr. Edmund Abrahams
JIIi BEE HIVE,
Cutting down prices and giving customers the ben
efit of bargains —or in other words making it an object
for them to buy at the Bee Hive what they’d hav’e to pay
more for some place else.
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Bleached Cotton Towels, good size Sc
Checked Glass Towels, red and blue
Bleached Honev-comb Towels. 16*30 In. be
Bleached Cotton Towels, Marseilles and
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Bleached Damask Towels, hemmed
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Bleached Damask Towels, red border.
fringed. 16*36 Inches 10c
All-Linen Bleached Damask Towels,
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Bleached Batin Damask Towels, double
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Bleached Huck Towels, 18x36 Inches.... 15c
will leave Wednesday to spend the rest
of the summer at the North Carolina re
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Chosnult and Miss
Constance Chesnut will go North to
moriow to sp?nd some weeks at Saratoga,
Lake George. Later they will go to Can
Mrs. G. I. Taggart and Miss Taggart
are the guests of Mrs. George L. Painter
in Muncy, ra.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Walthour are at
Mr. and Mrs Edward Workman, Miss
Dorothy and Miss Margery Workman
left Thursday for New York on their way
to New Hampshire for the rest of the
Mrs. YV. F. May and son, Hugh, have
returned from a visit to South Carolina
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Redding are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Remshart, at
Mrs. Davis Freeman and Miss Georgia
Freeman will leave this week for the
mountains of North Carolina.
Mrs. James J. Graham will go North
this week to visit relatives at Staten Isl
Mrs. W. B, Stillwell returned during
the week from Atlanta.
Mrs. M. E. Roberts left yesterday for
Dr. and Mrs. B. P. Oliveros went North
during the week to spend some time at
the Thousand Islands.
Mrs. W. H. Gordon entertained at cards
Tuesday evening in honor of her nieces.
Miss Nana Gordon and Miss MarF ari A
Nelson. Among the other guests were
Miss Gross, Miss Mamie Kline, Miss Ma
mie De Christ, Miss Gertrude Lyons,
Miss Emily Cole, Mr. Oliver, Mr. Schu
mate, Mr. George Hopkins, Mr. George
Gordon and others.
Mr. John Rebarer is expected Tuesday
from New Y'ork to visit his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Rebarer.
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer is spending some
time at Upward, N. C.
In a party that spent Tuesday evening
at Isle of Hope, chaperoned by Mrs. E. H.
Abrahams, were Miss Gussie Moses of
New York, Miss Pearla Abrahams, Miss
Etta Lovenstein, Mr. Edmund Ahrahoms,
Mr. Abram Falk and Mr. Read Abrahams.
Mrs. H. Jensen is at Bayport, L. 1., for
Mr. Frank Robertson Is visiting rela
tives in Richmond, Y'a.
Miss Edith Stillwell and Miss Florence
Adams will go North Tuesday for a stay
of some length, visiting New York, Bos
ton and New Bedford.
Miss Mamie Lynch and Y(iss Annie
Lynch gave a straw ride to White Bluff
Monday evening in honor of their guest,
Miss Damour of Brooklyn. Mrs. Connel
ly of Atlanta chaperoned the party, in
which were Miss Agnes Rourke, Miss An
nie Kehoe, Miss May Palmer, Miss Viola
Sullivan, Miss Kate Lyons, Miss Ida
Groves, Miss Bertha Lord, Mr. John But
ler, Mr. Frank Golden, Mr. Joseph Hef
ferman, Mr. Joseph McGovern, Mr. James
Lynch, Mr. John Bell, Mr. Edward
O'Brien and Mr. Joseph Broderick.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenheim are
spending the summer at Auburndale,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davidson will leave
about the loth Inst, for a visit to Mrs.
Davidson's old home at Jacksonville, Ala.
Mr. J. J Kirby gave ad lightful launch
party cti the Neva S. Thursday afternoon.
His gu-sts weie Mr. and Mrs. F. X.
Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ha a lam.
Mr. and Mts. J. E. Grady, Miss Jumon
vllle. Miss Maud Fleming and Miss Kate
Miss Anna Harmon has returned from
YVaycross. and will sail to-morrow for
New York, on her way to Lake George
Miss Lena Flaum will leave this week
for the North.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lynch have gone
to New York.
Mrs. M. A. Cohen is at home after a
visit to her daughter in Atlanta.
Miss Lucy Bloodworth will return this
week from Sea Cliff, L. I.
Mrs. A. McFarland i spending some
time in the Catskills.
Mrs. Edward Lovell will go North this
week to visit her dmight#, Mrs. Robert
S. Cepe in New York.
Mrs. C. E. Stults. Mrs. H. A. Stult=,
,M!ss Marguerite Stults and Master Carl
Turkish Bath Towels. 15*38 Inches 5c
Turkish Both Towels, extra heavy. 22x40
Fancy Striped Turkish Bath Towels,
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Bleached Turkish Bath Towels, good
weight and quality 12V4c
Bleached Turkish Bath Towels, extra
heavy, mottled red border, 23x36-In.. ,20c
Extra size Blenched Turkish Bath
Towels, elegant quality, size 27x61 1n...29c
Bleached Huck Towels, hemstitched.
fancy borders. 20x40 Inches 20c
All-Linen Cheeked Doylies 2c
All-Linen Bleached Damask Doylies .. 4c
Turkey Red Doylies, fancy patterns 4c
Bleached Napkins, 5-8 size, a dozen ~.60e
Bleached Napkins, 3-4 slae, a dozen ...Me
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Women’s very excellent 'j
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Ladies’ Sailor Hats that were $l.OO, now 49c.
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Gents’ White Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs, worth 35c, at 21c
2 packages Hair Pins To
Safety Pins per dozen 2c
Cotton Tape per piece lc
English Pins per paper So
Stockinet Shields per pair 8c
Ladies’ White Lawn Dressing Sacques, trimmed with embroidery, worth $2.50, at $1.69.
Stults have retumtd from Tybee where
they spent the past fortnight
Mr. J. M. Solomons was host at a
Charming dinner Monday, in honor of
Miss Gussie Moses of New York. The
other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Max
YVolff, Miss Nell YY’olft, Miss Peria Abra
hams, Miss Maud Hendricks and Miss
Miss Bessie Whatley, who Is now tak
ing a summer course at the New York
College of Music, is at 134 West Thirty
Mr. and Mrs. Furber will leave Wednes
day for the Black Mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. Delannoy will go North
Tuesday to visit relatives in Brooklyn.
Miss Nana Gordon and Miss Margaret
Nelson, accompanied by Miss Mamie De
Christ will return to-night to Atlanta to
attend’ the wedding of Miss Annie Nelson.
Mrs. D. M. Farmer will leave this week
for Catoosa Springs.
Miss Maria Naughtin of Brooklyn is
visiting her sisters, on Gordon street.
Mr. YV. A. Reaves is spending his va
cation at lookout Mountain.
Mr. Joe Savarese of Philadelphia is the
guest of his mother, Mrs. M. A. Sava
Mrs. G. B. Whatley will return this
week from New York.
Mrs. T. J. O'Brien and Miss Katie
O'Brien will leave this week for the
mountains of New York.
Master John Respess entertained a few
of his friends yesterday at an ice cream
supper upon the occasion of his fifth birth
day. Among those present, were Geor
gia Nichols, Jewel Varnadoe, Sadie
Wright. Elba Respess, Arthur Y’arnadoe.
Each guest was presented a little box of
Miss Bess Phillips from Middle Georgia,
is visiting Mrs. Z. D. Respess, 112 Henry
Among those who enjoyed dancing at
Tybee Thursday evening were Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. McDonough. Misses Annie Sa
varese. Irene Haveley, Annie Corbett,
Missie Hanley, Aggie Mahoney of Augus
ta. Louise Savarese, Mamie Hansen,
Messrs. Joe O'Connor, Jack Comer, F.
Walker and C. Ray, and D. O'Leary of
Miss Emma Savarese is the guest of Miss
Edna Broughton at the Mpadows.
Miss Maude Farmer will go to Black
shear shortly to spend several weeks.
Mr. Marion W. Hughes has gone to
Charleston to spend some time.
Dr. Frank P. Foster entertained with a
delightful luncheon at the Waldorf-As
toria last week. His guests were Dr.
Charles A. L. Reed of Cincinnati, Dr. L.
de Flasse, and Dr. W. E. Fitch of Sa
Miss Lizzie Moriaty has gone to Fer
nandina for a fortnight.
Miss N. Paulsen entertained a few of
her Savannah friends at dinner Tuesday
at her summer home in. Hendersonville,
N. C. The house was beautifully deco
rated for the occasion. Among those pres
ent were Miss C. Hansen, Mrs. M. Mehr
tens. Miss Jessie Steggins, Miss Alice
Werner, Miss Meta Ebberwein, Miss
Norma Hansen, Miss Marie Hansen and
Master George Hansen.
Miss Agnes Mahoney of Augusta, Ga.,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. N. McDonough.
Miss Nellie Roberts is the guest of Miss
Ethel Collins in Collinsville.
Miss Marguerite Hanley is spending the
summer in the mountains.
Mrs. H. Y. Righton, Misses Eva and
Julia Righton will leave during the week
for Dansvllle, N. Y.
On Saturday afternoon Master Willie
Barthelmcss entertained in honor of his
eighth birthday. Master Barthelmess
proved himself a charming Htt’.e host.
Cakewalking and games amused the little
ones for a while, after which they were
served with refreshments, which they
greatly enjoyed. Among those present
were the Misses Genie Sanders, Edna
Jenkins, Frieda and Gertrude Suhr. Meta
Clark, Mable ond Sophy Cerveau. Masters
Johnnie and Ben Sanders, Johnnie Cer
veau, Philip ond Herbert Clark, Johnnie
Suhr, Robbie and Marshall Clealand,
Tommie Laßoach, Willie Wynn and oth
Miss Ethel Helmken left Tuesday for
Rockawuy Park. L. I. After spending a
few days with her sister. Miss Dahla Kil
lers. they will go to Albany, thence on
to Saranac Lake, where Miss Ethel will
be the guest of Mrs. Thomas Dewey, at
Edgewood Inn. She will also visit Mon
Mr. and Mi's. J. H. Helmken gave a de
lightful dinner party last week in honor
of Rev. Dr. Bowers. The tables were
beautiful in cut glass and silver, large
bowls of American Beauty roses adorned
the table. Those present were: Dr. Bow
ers of Philadelphia, Rev. Mr. Bowers oi'
St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Rev. W. C.
Schaeffer, D. D.. Mr. Carl Schaeffer,Misses
Maud and Florence Schaeffer, Mr. Wolf,
Mr. William Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam Dierks, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rich, Mg.
Mills, Mr. Harry Rawls, Mr. Carl Brant
of St. Louis, Messrs. Stelllng and Clausen
of Augusta, and Miss Ethel Helmken.
Miss Carrie Mayo has returned from an
extended visit In Albany.
Miss Flora Smith of Ruskln was the
guest of Miss Mamie Beavers a few days
Miss Edna Arnold has returned home.
She was n guest at Col. W. YV. Sharpe's,
on Gilmore street.
visit to Waycro# relatives. Prof. Cook
is principal of the Darien High School.
Miss Nora Lee Smith and her ulster.
Miss Ado, are spending some time In the
Waycross colony at SI. Simons.
Mrs. H. E. Lester and children have re
turned home from MHlen.
Rev. M. Campbell Stryker and wife are
expected home thla week.
Mrs. C. H. Wilson has as her guest her
Women’s handsome colored ’
and white Lawn Waists, j ft (
some tucked, others of all- hllj
over embroidery, the kind !
sold up to $4, now J
100 dozen Large Linen }
Huck Towrels, the 18c kind, V Iji-
Monday ) 3IU
TI,e "fr* l
14 East Broughton St.
Ribbon, the latest, best and cheapest.
All-silk, heavy satin and taffeta, assort
ed colors. Write for samples and prices.
No. 1 Baby Ribbons, lc yd., 48c spool.
No. 2 Ribbons, %-in., 2Vic yd., 20c bolt.
No. 4 Ribbons, 44-in., 5c yd., 38c bolt.
No. 5 Ribbons. 1-in., 5c yd.. 45c bolt.
No. 7 Ribbons, l'i-In., 6c yd., 50c bolt
No. 9 Ribbons, lV£-in., 8c yd., 75 bolt.
No. 12 Ribbons, -2in., 10c yd., 90e bolt.
No. 16 Ribbons, 2U-in., 12V4c yd.. $l.lO bolt.
No. 22 Ribbons, 244-in., 16c yd.. $1.35 bolt.
No. 40 Ribbons, 3V4-in., 17Vic yd., $1.60 bolt.
No. 80 Ribbons, 4-in., 20c yd., $1.85 bolt.
No. 100 Ribbons, 5-in., 25c yd„ $2.25 bolt.
All above run ten yards to bolt. We
mail ribbons free all over United States.
EDI (AT ION All.
Forty miles east of Atlanta. Situation high and healthy.
No liquors sold in county. Intercollegiate games pro
hibited. Full college courses offered leading to A. 8., B.
Ph.. and B. 8. Degrees. Entire necessary expenses with
in S2OO. 03rd annual session begins Sept. 19. 1900. For
catalogue and full information, address
C. 18. Bowman, Pteeioent.
WASHINGTON SEMINARY" Twenty three teachers.- graduates of Wellesley*
~i- D . , , . t Harvard. Randolph Macon and Baltimore Woman s
College. Primary. Academic, Music. Art. Elocution and Business courses. Small classes in*
dividual T7ork- New building. Home life.* Pupils enter Vassar. Wellesley and Randolph - Ma
con on certificates. Next session begins Sept. b. For illustrated catalogue address P
Mrs. W. T. CHANDLER. Principal. LLEWELLYN D. SCOTT. Principal.
cousin. Mrs. Leonard Weedman, of St.
Prof, and Mrs. C. E. Cook are on a
Miss Carrie. Strickland has returned
home from Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lott hove gone to
Gaskin Springs for an outing.
Mr. H. Murphy and family. Alvin John
son and family and Hon. L. A. Wilson
and family are at home again, after a va
cation of a month on St. Simon’s.
Rev. J. M. Glenn left Monday night for
Lake Park, where he joined his mother.
Mr. Williams, the gentleman who has
t'harge of the pumping station at Atkin
son, was taken by surprise on Sunday.
One of his daughters went out driving
with a young man by the name of Jacobs.
They drove to the home of a magistrate
and were married.
Mrs. J. L. Sweat, wife of Judge Sweat,
accompanied by her daughter, Miss Lula
M., and son, Lee L., have gone to Waynes
vllle, N. C., for a vacation of a few w r eeks.
Mrs. B. A. White of Brunswick is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. H. L. B. Wiggins.
Mrs. J. L. Crowley has returned from St.
Mrs. J. E. Fretwell left Thursday night
for a visit to her brother. She has not
seen this brother before in thirty years.
•Alexander Wright and wife are at home,
after an outing on St. Simon's Island.
A. R. Bennett and family have return
Miss Annie Smith is at home a£ain, after
an extended visit with Mrs. S. A. Luke, in
Mrs. M. V. Smith of DuPont was in
town Wednesday on her way to New
York and New Jersey, where she will
spent some time.
The Gaskin Springs camp meeting will
occur early in September. A number of
new cottages are to be built.
Miss Winnie QuarUrman came In
Wednesday from Marlow and spent the
day with her sister, Mrs. J. R. Whitman.
That night she left for North Georgia,
where she will spend .‘■•ome weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Whitman will spend
a month at St. Simon’s.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Redding are on a
visit to Savannah.
Mrs. J. R. Willis is at home again, af
ter a visit with her sister, Mrs. J. S.
Frierson, at Sofkee, Ga.
T. H. Morton, Jr., snd wife are spend
ing some time, the guests of Mr. Mor
ton’s father, Mr. T. H. Morton. They are
frem Port Tampa, Fla.
The Sunday School people of Manor are
cons.de irg havirg a big rally and p cnie
in the n ar future.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Strickland visited
Mrs. Strickland’s mother, Mrs. Charlotte
Parker, this week. They live In Black
The Way cross Rifles and their friends
anti ipate an * njoyable outing at Gaskin
String. The Ruskin band will furnish
music for the hoys.
Mr. Meade and family of Waresboro
have moved to Waycross.
The Epworth League Conference to be
held here in October will attract a large
crowd of young people from over the Way
cross district. The date proposed is Oct.
12 to 14. There are fifteen leaguers in the
district, and Mr. E. P. Peabody is the sec
Miss Daisy Goldsmith is on a visit here
Miss Mabel Cook of Brunswick is visit
ing friends in town.
Mrs. If. L. B. Wiggins has as her guest
her sister, Mrs. Ben White, from Bruns
Mrs. R. W. Faison has returned home
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Gilbert,
at Jarratt, Fla.
The annual sermon to the Waycross fire
men will be preached, probably, Aug. 19. at
the evening service by Rev. J. M. Glenn,
at Trinity Church.
Mrs. John W. Adams and chl'dren have
teiurncd home from White 8j rings.
Miss Lizzie Bird is spending some time
at Gaskin Ppringa.
J. L. Stephens and wife are at home
again after an extended visit with hit*
25c English Tooth Brushes...lsc
Turkish Bath Soap
Good Sponges 4 0 I
Large bottles Ammonia 5c j
Colgate's Toilet Waters 74 0 1
Wheeler & Wilson Improved No. 9 BaJ
Bearing Sewing Machine at cut prices.
We exchange and sell any way.
J. & P. Coat's Best Spool Thread 50c do;
H. & B. Sewing Silk 4c spool; 40c dozen.
Fine Tooth Brushes 9c each: 95c dozen.
Rice Buttons lc card; 10c dozen cards.
Pearl Buttons 2Vie to }oc dozen.
Nlee Ladies' Leather Pocketbaoks 20c et
Nice line Y’alenetennes Laces lc to 6c yard,
Nice line Linen Lace lc to 10c yard.
Brush Edge Skirt Binding 4c yard.
Fine Gloria Silk Umbrella 98c each.
Dressing Pins lc to 4c paper.
Columbia Safety Pins, 2 dozen for sc.
Safety Hooks and Eyes lc card; 5c box.
English Needle Books 4c each; 35c dozen.
people in North Carolina, his first vfcl
in 15 years.
Mrs. I’imcr is visiting her daughter
Mrs. C. M. Martin in Folkston.
Mrs. C. H. Fickcn is sojourning at Gas
Miss Lattimer of Eastman is the gued
of her uncle, W. H. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goodrich and Mrs,
E. B. Goodrich lave returned from St
Miss Osie Groover, of Thomasville will
visit Miss Jessie Haire next wek.
Mrs. C. T. Beavers and her daughter,
Miss Mamie, hive returned fr'tn Ashe
ville, N. C.
The Misses Wade and Miss Furlong of
Nicholls are visiting Mrs. W. H. Miller.
Mrs. J. G. Bird is with her husband*
•Sergt. Bird, at .Gaskin 6prlng.
Queer Place* of the World.
From London Answers.
Doubtless the most unique spot in Eu
rope is the little village of Alrenberg,
where on its border four countries meet.
It is ruled by no monarch, has no soldiers,
no police, and no taxes. Its inhabitants
speak a curious jargon of French and Ger
man combined and spend their days ini
farming the land or working in the valu
able calamine mine of which it boasts.
The little town of Stanley, in the Falk
land Islands, possesses the most unique
school service ever known. Two travel
ing school masters are provided by the
government, who visit the different fami
lies where there are children and give in
struction. The length of their visit de
pends on the astuteness of the children,
and they may spend days and weeks a*
the case may be, at one house alone.
A town boasting a railway station which
cost $20,400 to erect and a duly anointed
stationmaster. and having no train serv
ice, is unique beyond dispute. Lundee. in
New Jersey, is in this predicament, the in
habitants having actually no trains, al
though their fine station is available for
any amount of traffic, and the reason giv
en for this strange fact is that so long os
the trains run through the inhabitants
ought to be satisfied.
There is a place in the middle of >
Pacific ocean well known to mariners
where ther.e is never any Christmas day.
This is owing to its being in the one hun
dred and eightieth degree of longitude ana
directly opposite to Greenwich, and. 1
fore, twelve hours ahead of Greenwich
time. In a journey around the globe th
other twelve hours would have to he mark
ed out of the navigator’s calendar, and if
this point crossing the antipodes is touch
ed Christmas eve then there can be no
Chistmas day. t
In one of the West Indies group there If
a colony of some 800 white* and blacks
where there are neither town# nor village**
nor fresh water supplies. In fact, there
is such a scarcity of everything that t.
government has to send food and emploP
ment to the inhabitants to keep them f r,r *
starving. Salt fish and sweet .potato
are the staple food# of the Anguilla?.
the only water obtainable is bracki?h
tainted by the sea.
—The Wichita Eagle nay*: "Gen. A<ln*
R. Chaffee, thp commander of T'ncle SaW*
troops In the Chinese empire, has a hroi.
er living in this city. Everybody km*
him who knows the Salvation Army. ■
Nelson Chaffee has been one of i,a
zealous members for several years. He
the quiet little old man with *
whiskers who has hammered the biz ,iru '
of the Salvation Army so long that t.
memory of the oldest citizen runneth n
to the cohtrary. He always wears a r
Jacket ami a cap with a wide red ba
about it. There never was much music
his drum heats, but for all that every l * ll
watched him with Interest, for every
he gave the sheepskin a lick there
zeal and sincerity In it."
To the Mountains.
In the nick of time. 11n-
Just when you are yawning and teei a
tired out and broken down, a botl
Oraybesrd Is better than a trip *0
Are you constipated? Take
pills. Little treasures—2sc 'he box. l ier
peso Drug Cos.. Proprietor*.—d.