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Another lons list of de|>artures Is the
record of the week, and though many peo
ple are returning from an eariy summer
trip, the world of society grows quieter
each day ns the dull midsummer season
settles over town end nearby shore. Ty
bee is as popular as ever, but there, is
sufficient attraction nowadays in its
milder pleasures, an afternoon dip in the
surf and a quiet evening on the breezy
hotel baioony. In spite of the hot weeks
ahead, society lovers are beginning to
look forward hopefully to the coming
winter, and there are some delightful
plans already forming. A recent sugges
tion. which has been met with enthusi
astic interest, is to arrange a series of
weekly dan-.bs to be given at the Savan
nah Yacht Club, and. although nothing
has yet been definitely decided, it is hoped
that the idea may be carried to a success
ful issue. Such affairs as these would be
necessarily informal, and held at so at
tractive a place as the Yacht Club, should
prove thoroughly charming.
Miss Kate Brigham and Miss Nannie
Brigham will leave to-morrow for New
York, from where they will sail for Eu
rope between the Bth and the 15th of Sep
tember, to spend several years abroad.
They expect to make their home in Ber
lin while Mr. Harcourt Brigham pursues
a course of study at one of the German
Mrs. Clarence G. Anderson and Miss
Madgle Reid left Tuesday for Hickory,
where they will stay for the rest of the
Mr. Henry T. Williams has returned
from his summer abroad.
A progressive euchre party was given
Monday evening at Hotel Tybee in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. James Benson of
Washington, before their departure for
home Mrs. Jacob Lippman was the for
tunate player among the ladies, while
tihe gentlemen's prize was captured by
Mr. Benson. The other guests were Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Everltt, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Harrison. Mrs. R. YV. Baughn and Mrs.
C. F. Graham.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellis left last night
for Yellowstone Park by way of Chicago,
to be absent a month or six weeks. Miss
Helen Kill* and Miss Margaret Ellis will
stay with their grandmother, Mrs. John
L. Hardee, at Highlands, N. C., during Au
gust and September.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Parsons sailed a
short time ago for Europe, intending to
remain abroad about six weeks.
Miss Martha G. Backus, who has been
at Hake Chautauqua for some weeks, Is
now staying at Col. Huse’s, Highland
Falls, N. Y.
Mr. W W. Wiiliamson and Mr. F.
Stuart Hincks were among the guests at
a very large and brilliant card party given
last week at Warm Springs. Virginia, by
Mrs. T. A. Merphy of New York, in hon
or of Mise Marguerite Rosser of Char
lottesville. Miss Mary Johnston, the cele
brated authoress, was one of the dis
tinguished people present.
Mrs. H. C. Morgan left yesterday for
Mre. Munnerlyn, Miss Margaret Cosene.
Mias Julia Owens, Mr. do yd Owens, and
Mr David Barrow, re turn ed during the
week from a stay of several days with
Mrs. W. W. Owens in Bluffton.
Hast Sunday's society columns of the
Virginia papers record the following re
cent arrival at Warm Springs from Sa
vannoh: Mrs. Lewie W. Haskell, Miss
Elizabeth Haskell. Miss • Sally Haskell,
Mr E. O. Watkins.
Mr. Robert Billington has returned from
a pleasant visit of three or four weeks at
Mr. and Mre. Hampton L. Ferrlll, Miss
Margaret Ferrill, and Miss Eleanor Fer
rlil, left Tuesday for New York, from
where they will go to Saratoga.
Mias Margaret Tessier of Charleston ar
rived yesterday to visit her father. Mr.
E. L. Tesster, who has been spending s o*n
weeks In the city. Mr. Tessier, accom
panied by hie daughter, will take his
final departure this evening from Savan
nah. and after a short stay at their home
in Charleston they will sail for Europe,
Mr. Tessier having recently accepted the
office of delegate from Charleston to the
Mrs. 9 P. Hamilton and her daughter,
Mrs James F Staten, are among the
guests at the Swiannanoa Hotel. Ashe
Mrs. Jacob Lippman will return to the
city to-morrow, after a very delightful
stay of two months at Hotel Tybee
Mr. R. M. Butler, Jr., is spending some
time at the Battery Park Hotel in Ashe
Mrs. N. H. Fimiie will leave this w-eek
for Philadelphia and Chestnut Hill. She
will be joined In Philadelphia by Master
E. Haldeman Finnic, who has had a de
lightful summer as the guest of Mr. and
Mra. Will Ryan and Mrs. Haldeman, at
Hotel Victory, Put-in-Ray, Lake Erie.
Miss Mary Hopps went over to Bluffton
Tuesday to visit Miss Clermont Huger.
The Richmond Dispatch of Aug. 12 has
the following interesting item from Warm
Springs: Oon Tuesday morninga card party
was given by the Misses Haskell of Savan
nah. It was a most charming entertain
ment, out on the lawn In the shade, with
the velvety green under foot and the.
ethereal blue overhead, seen through the
sheltering branche* of the overshadowing
tree*. The prizes were tasteful and beauti
ful. Six-handed euchre was the most en
joyable game, participated In by many of
the Warm Springs' handsome matrons,
lovely maids and attentive men.
Mr. John R. Young, who has been
•pending some time in Asheville and more
recently In New York, returned home
There was a very pleasant euchre party
given at Hotel Tybee Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harrison were the
eucceesfu] players. The other guests were
Mr. and Mrs. James Benson. Mr. and Mrs
W. E Everltt, Mr. and Mrs. Oltff, Mr*!
Jacob Lippman. Mrs. Charles F. Graham.
Mrs. R W Baughn, Mias Jessie L. Smith
and Mr. Philip Carroll.
Mrs. George Owens has relumed from
a visit to Mrs. W W. Owens, in Bluffton.
Miss Elizabeth Johnston and Miss Edith
Johnkton. who wont to North Carolina
about two weeks ago. are staying a Rho
dodendron Inn, Blowing Rock.
Maj Edward Karow returned recently
from Europe and I* now with Mrs. Ka
row, ai Cape rod,
Mias Emma Hopkins, after a visit to
Mrs Henry \\ llson H-elge, in New York,
Is now el Highland Falls, on tit* Hud
Mr John Nlabet, who has been with hta
family at fiockbrtdge Alum Hprtngs,
•incs bis recent arrival from Europe, re
urned during the last week to Savan
Miss Mary Ellis left for Chicago last
night on her way to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Fred H. Ellis, at LaGrange.
Miss Angie Cubbedge is entertaining
Miss Estelle Heyward of Bluffton.
Mr. Wright Hunter, who has been with
Mrs. Hunter at Lake Mononk for the jiatd
fortnight, has returned to the city.
Mr. Julian Wells of Charleston, made a
short visit to Savannah during the week
Among those who took supper and spent
the evening at Hotel Tybee Tuesday, w is
Mr T. 3. Wayne. Mr. Wayne arrived
in the glty recently from Nashville, where
he has made his home for some time
Miss Jeanie Haines and Miss Clifford
Munnerlyn are at home again, uftcr a
delightful visit to Mrs. W. W. Owens in
Mr. Dan C. Betjeman left Wednesday
night for his home in Thomasville from
where he will accompany his mother on
a short visit to Boston, and thence to
Woodfords, Me., for a stay of several
weeks. It Is a matter of regret to Mr.
Betjeman’s many friends that he will not
return to Savannah, but will hereafter
make his home in New York, having re
cently accepted a position with the Erie
Mrs S. p. Goodwin left Tuesday for
Asheville, where she Is the guest of Mts
R. M. Butler at the Battery Park.
Maj. T. D. Bertody returned Tuesday;
from a pleasant stay' of three or four
weeks in Greenwich, Conn., and New
Mrs. Bradford Dunham left last night
to spend some time at I'pper Falls,' Md.
Mrs H. M Branch and Mr. Hamilton
Branch, who have been visiting Mrs.
James L. Sexton in Charlotte, are now at
Old Sweet Springe. Va.
At Montgomery Springs, Va., there was
a beautiful ten given recently, at which
Mrs. Allen of New York, who presided,
was assisted by Miss Cabaniss and Miss
Grady of Savannah. A few evenings
later there was a fancy ball at the same
resort. Miss Grndy wore a Watteau cos
tume, and Miffs Cabaniss went ns "A
Huge Joke." This clever gow*n seems to
have attracted much attention. One pa
per describes it as follows: "One of the
most beautiful costumes, and certainly
the most original, was that of Miss Caha
niss, who appeared as 'A Huge Joke.’
Her dress was entirely covered with clip
pings of comic pictures from the newspa
pers, so artistically arranged that it had
the effect of hand-painted satin and riv
aled in richness of appearance the hand
somest material in the room: her dark
brown hair was covered with a little tas
seled cap. which gave a piquant climax.
One has to take Mis* Cabaniss’ dress In
the ensemble, for it is impossible to de
scribe the details."
Miss Lucy Bloodworth returned from
Now' Yolk Friday night on the Kansas
City. After a forlnight In Savannah Miss
Bloodworth will leave about Sept. 1 for
Atlanta, where she wTll spend the winter,
Mr. W. D. Simklns Is spending a few
weeks with his family, at Eaglesmere,
Miss Alice and Miss Marie Remsharl
will return home this week, after a fort
night's visit with friends at Sullivan's Isl
Miss Augusta Wood and Miss Rosalind
Wood aro visiting Miss Mary Lon Irwin
and Miss Mary Stephens Irwin, In Au
Cards have been received in Savannah
from Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Patten to the
wedding of their daughter, Anna Hall, to
Rev. Ell Daniel McDougall. The cere
mony will take place Tuesday evening,
Aug. 28. at 9 o'clock, in the Presbyterian
Church, Thomasville. Rev. Mr, MoDou
gall has made several visits to Savan
nah. and has a number of warm friends
Mrs. G. A. Mercer. Jr., returned from
Boston during the week.
Mr. William Remshart has returned to
Nashville, Tenn., after spending a month
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H.
Remshart. at White Bluff.
Judge Philip Carroll of Augusta Is
among the guests at Hotel Tybee.
Wednesday evening, at Hotel Tybee.
there was another delightful card party.
Those who enjoyed the game were Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Lippman, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles F. Graham, Mr and Mrs W. E.
Everltt, Mrs. R. W. Baughn. Miss Jessie
L. Smith, Mr. H. I. Oliff and Mr. H. Jan
Mrs. J. L. Johnson, Miss Johnson and
Miss Cornelia Johnson, left Tuesday to
spend the rest of the season, at Blowing
Rock. Mr. Walter J. Johnson will Join
his mother later,
Mr. E. A, Cutts has returned from a
visit to Mrs. Cutis at Saratoga.
Mr. M. M. Parks, who has been taking
a summer course at the University of
Chicago, is now' the guest of Dr. W. B.
Parks In Atlanta.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. G. Palmer are spend
ing the summer at Asheville.
Mrs. Shivers, Mr. and Mrs, O. W.
Tiedeman, Mas* Inez and Master George
Tledeman. sailed Tuesday for Baltimore
on their way to Buena Vista Springs.
Mrs John Heard Hunter chaperoned a
merry party of young pc<ple at the Tues
day evening dance at Hotel Tybee. They
were Miss Frances Pierce, Augu-ta. Miss
Kula Gamble, Mr. Frank deC. Heyward
and Mr. Hammond Eve.
Miss Lawton has returned from a visit
lo her sister, Mrs. William Garrard in
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson Hodge of
New Y'ork are at Rye Reach, N. H., for
the month of August.
Mr. end Mrs. Henry C. Curn tvgham.
Miss Lawton and Miss Sarali Cunning
ham will leave to-morrow for California
to spend about six weeks In the West.
Mr. and Mrs. George Schley left Tues
day for Warm Springs, to be away a
month On their return Mr. and Mrs.
Schley will move into their new home
at Gaston and Abercorn street*.
Miss Margaret Stiles, who has spent
must of the summer in London, will trav
el on the conttrunt before her return,
visiting Oberammergnu and probably the
Paris exposition. Mis* Stiles will arrive In
Savannah about the tlr*t of October.
Mrs Hardaway and Miss lletle Guerard,
who are now guests of Mrs Elliot! Gue
rard In Bluffton, wlLl come to Savannah
Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Tracy G.
Mr. Malcolm Maclean, accompanied by
Mr Edward M Maclean and Master Mal
colm Maclean Jr., returned during the
w< ek from ('berry Hill.
Mbs N H Baldwin Is visitor her sla
ter Mrs W. 1 McCoy of South Y'ar
In u party that Spent lasi evening at
tha Yacht Club were Dr. nnd Aire Will
iam C. Hobdy, Mr and Mre. Jamae Man
■lee, Min Ellen McAlpin. Mlie Margaret
THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. AUGUST 19, 1900.
Tessier of Charleston and Mr. E. L. Tes
Mr. and Mrs. William Ridgely Leaken
have returned from a visit of several days
to Mr. and Mrs. Murray McGregor Stew
art at their Tybee cottage.
Mrs. H Wiley Johnson and Miss Ellen
McAlpin Johnson, who are now at High
land Falls on the Hudson, will leave to
morrow with Mr. Johnson for Mountain
Rest, near Lake Mohonk.
Mrs. Henry' Taylor and Miss Ethel Tay
lor wlil arrive In New York this week
from Germany, where Miss Taylor has
been studying music for the past three
Mrs. George I*. Screven, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Gor
don, Jr., returned Monday to Columbus.
Miss Daisy Phillips and Miss Georgians
Phillips are guests of Mrs. Ward in Port
Mr. H. M. Stoddard returned during the
week from Highlands, to make a short
stay in the city.
Miss Frances Peorce of Augusta and
Miss Eula Gamble are visiting Mrs. John
Mr, John Sullivan Schley will return
to-morrow from a short visit to New
York and Boston.
Mrs. Guy Webb Howard is in Graham
vllle. f? C.. with Mr. and Mrs. Heyward
Howard Mr. Guy Howard has returned
Mrs. T. Savage Heyward, Miss Clifford
Heyward and Miss May Heyward, who
have been spending a month in Bluffton,
returned last week to Pineora.
Mr. Tyrrel Morgan went North Thurs
day to visit his brothers, Mr, Thomas S.
Morgan and Mr. Louis Morgan, in New
Mr. Julian Schley left yesterday to join
his family at Highland Falls, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jordan and their
family left Friday night for Skyland, N.
Mrs. R. G. Trezevant and her children
will go to North Carolina this week to
visit Mrs. Trezevant's father. Dr. Cain.
Mr. Hammond Eve has returned from a
visit to his parents in Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Ellis will leave
this week for Maryland and New Y'ork.
Later in the summer they will take a trip
up the. St. Lawrence river, and will visit
the great lakes.
Mr. E. T. Comer was the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Denmark during . the
Miss Lucille Hunter has gone to New
York to visit her sister, Mrs. Bailey Hip
Mr. Dan Hull is spending some time in
Bluffton with Mr. Jim Lynah.
Mr. Isaiah Solomons entertained at sup
per Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Au
gusta Moses of New York. Among the
other guests were Mrs. E. A. Abrahams,
Miss Rita Falk, Miss Perla Abrahams,
Miss Neyie Abrahams, Miss Maude Hen
dricks. Mr. Henry Solomon. Mr. Edmund
Abrahams, Mr. Read Abrahams. Mr.
Abram Falk, and Mr. Washington balk.
Mrs. Duryea Van Wagenen and chil
dren and Miss Georgia Van Wegenen, re
turned Friday from an extended trip
Mrs. Henry Schroder and her children,
who have been spending some time at
Saratoga, expect to go later to the Cats
Miss M. Pearce of this city and Mr. Jack
Muller of Houston, Tex., w'ere very
quietly married at the Bishop's residence
yesterday morning at 8 o'clock. After the
ceremony a wedding breakfast was serv
ed. Mr. and Mrs. Muller left at 10 o'clock
for New Orleans, their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Benson of Wash
ington, Ga., returned home last week af
ter a very pleasant stay at Hotel Tybee.
The Misses Savarese entertained Friday
evening In honor of Miss Mahoney of
Augusta. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs.
M. .1. McDonough, Misses M. Pierce, J.
Hanley, M. Hansen, M. Hanley, A Cor
bett, Messrs. U. Sullivan. Joseph O'Con
nor, Jack Comer, James Hogan and Jack
Miss Mamie Brennan Is visiting in
Miss Marie Reiman of Mississippi, Miss
Celia Weil, Miss Lillie Gazan, Miss Etta
Rothschild, Miss Frances Stern, Mr.
Charles Rittenburg of Sumter, S. C., Mr.
Max Lefiler, Mr. Leon Stern, Mr. M. A.
Stern, Mr. Moses Rothschild and Mr. Jo
seph Elsinger, formed a pleasant party
that enjoyed the dance Thursday even
ing at Hotel Tybee.
Miss Maud Fleming is the guest of
Mrs. J. H. Haslam, at her Tybee cottage.
Mrs. Edwin Muir and Master Edwin
Muir, Jr., sailed last night on the Na
eoochee for New York to be absent until
late in the fall.
Mr. Thomas J. Sweeny and Mrs. Mary
Sweeny left Thursday for Asheville.
Mrs. T. M. Hoynes and Master Louts
Hoync returned during the week from
Wiimington, Dei. They have spent six
weeks very pleasantly w-lth relatives in
Delaware and Maryland.
Among the many dancers at Tybee
Thursday evening were Miss Agnes Ma
honey and Miss A. Sullivan of Augusta,
Ga., Miss Missie I#tnley, Miss A. Corbett,
Miss A. Savarese, Miss I. Hanley, Miss
M. Hansen, Miss L. Savarese, Miss M.
Pearce, Messrs. Jack Nunnally, Jack Co
mer, B. Sullivan, Joe Connor, Joe Sava
rese, Frank Deiter. Jim Buddy, Mr. Hern
of New Jersey and Mr. Muller of Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. McDonough, Jr., cha
peroned the party.
Miss Ida Borcbard, who has been the
guest of Miss Sarah Stern, has returned
to her home, in Brunswick.
Mrs. S. Groover, Mrs. C. Reilly and
Miss M. Hanley went to Asheville Thurs
day for several weeks.
Miss Saliie D. Kline has gone to
Waynesville. N. C., where she will spend
the rest of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A O'Byrne and their
children returned Wednesday from Tybee,
where they have been staying since the
Mrs. H. D. Phillips sailed for New York
Miss Yulee Denton of Gainesville, Fla.,
is the guest of Miss Roberta Purse.
Among the many pleasant events of the
week was a launch party given Wednes
day evening on the Mamie D. Mr. and
Mrs. Baron chaperoned. Among those
who enjoyed the ride were Miss Nellie
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Bargains in Every Department.
Children’s Ilats, Infants’ Caps.
$1.50 White Shirt Waists at 75c.
Don’t forget Buena Cream and Lotion
for tan and freckles.
FolJiard. Mips Jos-ie Kfhoe. Misses Ccci’e
and Eva Weed of Gainesville, Fla., Miss
Mai Kenon. Miss C. Hay, Mr. D. O’Leary
and Mr. Bates of Augusta, Mr. W. F.
Kramer and Mr. William Baron.
Miss Florence L. Folding went to North
Carolina Thursday nifcht to spend a fort
night 1n the mountains.
Mrs. King: Wylly left Thursday for New
Col. and Mrs. William Rogers went
North yesterday. They will spend some
time et Martha's Vineyard.
At Hotel Tybee Thursday evening Dr.
and Mrs. J. M. Johnstone chaperoned a
merry party of young people at supper.
They were Miss Gladys Johnstone. Miss
Mai Sullivan. Miss Ellie Lou Robertson,
Miss Shackleford, Miss Coleman and
Messrs. J. MoA. Johnstone, J. G. Rambo,
R. A. Davidson and W. J. Shewmake.
Mr. und Mrs. W. P. Bailey, Miss Stella
Bailey, anCl Mr. Roy Bailey returned to
the city Tuesday after a very pleasant
summer at the Inlet Club, Tybee.
Mrs. A. M. West left for Saluda Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Bacon are spending
some time in Asheville.
Mrs. T. A. Stubbs and Master T. A.
Stubbs, Jr., of Darien, made a short visit
to Savannah last week.
Mrs. T. T. Chapeau and Miss Elise
Chapeau left Thursday to spend the rest
of the summer at Saluda.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van Wagenen have
gone to Suwannee Springs for o short
Miss Jede L. Smith, n charming young
lady of Huntsville. Ala., has left for an
extended trip North, after a stay of some
length at Hotel Tybee.
Mrs. Arthur Jeffords left Thursday for
Hendersonville, where she will remain for
the rest of the season.
Little Miss Eugenia Everltt celebrated
her sixth birthday with a peanut hunt at
Hotel Tybee In the early part of the week.
Master Charles Graham Baughn carried
off the prize.
A moonlight wagon ride was given Wed
nesday evening in compliment to Miss
Maude Stothart of Augusta, who is visit
ing the family of Dr. Stothart. Those
participating were: Misses MaudeStothart
of Augusta. Mary and Fannie Dozier or
Atlanta. May Stothart. Bewsle Stothart,
Iloilie White. Lilia Rousseau, Annie
Sloat, Bertha Nelson, Christina May.
Messrs. William McLeod, William Stot
hart, C. E. Dusenberry, Robt. Ingram.
William McCall, D. G. White, and Eldon
Rousseau. Mr. and Mrs. Monerief, chap
Miss Maggie Lewis and Miss Fannie
Blois are spending some time at Wilming
Misses Josie Kehoe and Nell Folliard
have returned home, after a pleasant stay
of several weeks at Tybee.
Mrs. J. N. Jackson and son, Francis,
left for the mountains of North Carolina
last Tuesday to spend the rest of the
Miss Ada Roberts has gone to Asheville
for the remainder of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Everltt of Hunts
ville. who have been staying at Hotel Ty
bee for several weeks, have gone for a trip
A pleasant party that enjoyed a day's
outing at Warsaw last week were chap
eroned by Mr. and Mrs J. N McDon
ough, Jr. Thoe present were Miss Agnes
Mahoney. MDs A. Corbett, Miss Mammie
Rue key. Mi s A. Sivar se. MDs Kate
Mag a, Miss M. F Dree, Miss L. Savarese,
Miss Missie Hanly, Messrs. Joe Connor.
Jack Nunnally, Frank Dieter. Jim Ruddy,
Bud Sullivan, Joe Savarese and Jack
Mrs. W. C. McDonough and Miss Katie
McDonough are graying at Suwannee
Mr and Mrs. J. J. Gleason arrived
home Monday f om a pleasant summer In
Miss Agnes Mshorey will re*urn to-day
to h<r heme in Augusta.
Misses Sophie and Jennie Wetherhorn
gave a ride, ending with gup er at Ranncn
Lodge, Thursday evening, in hon r cf
m THE BEE HIVE,
St. Julian and Whitaker Streets,
You ran never realize what splendid ba rgalns are here until you come and aee
the goods. Just now we are having a sale of
Ladies’ Mtfsltn Underwear,
which are fully described below:
Ladies' Muslin Gowns, ruffle gml em
Ladles’ Muslin Gowns, square neck.
embroidery trimmed and 65c
Ladies' Muslin Gowns, high neck,
tucked nnd embroidery yoke, exlra
Ladles' Cambric Gowns, high neck, _
embroidery yoke 75c
Ladies' Muslin Chemise, embroidery
yoke, lace trimmed 25(-'
Ladles' Muslin Chemise, embroiderry
and lace trimmed -® 0
Ladles' Muslin Chemise, elaborately
trimmed with embroidery 35c
Ladles' cambric Chemise, round yoke,
embroidery and laca trimmed 49c
Ladles' White I.awn Aprons, tucked
and lace trimmed 20c
Ladies’ White Lawn Aprons, extra
large size, wide hem 23c
Children's Muslin Drawers, tucked and
lace trimmed 8c
Children's Muslin Drawers, tucked and
embroidery trimmed 15c
Children's Muslin Drawers, cambric
flounce, embroidery trimmed .........,18c
MDs Sadie Goodman of Charleston.
Miss Mamie Reilly is summering very
delightfully in Asheville.
In a merry pirty, among the dancers
at Isle of Hope Friday evening, were Miss
Ma*D Reiman, Miss Etta Rothschild. Miss
Celia Weil, Mr. Moses Rothschild, Mr.
Gus Mohr. Mr. Max Leffler, Mr. Ate
Brown, Mr. Louis Roos and Mr. Martin
Miss I>o-ra Helkr will leave this week
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. McDonough enter
tained delighi fully Wednesday evening in
hDr.or of Miss Agnes Mahoney. Those
present w-rc Mr. . and Mrs. N. Aprea.
Mr. and Mrs. J. X. McDonough, Jr.. Mr.
and Mrs. W. McDonough. Mrs Dodd.
Mis.® T. Naughtin, Miss Suter. Miss M.
Downey, Miss L. Savarese, Miss M.
Sharpe, Miss A. Corbett, Miss J. Hanly.
Miss M. Hanson, Miss A. Savarese, Miss
Missie Hanly. Miss Hofling of
Charleston, Miss Mahoney of Au
gusta, Messrs. Bra don. Jack
Comer. Jack Nunnally. B. “Sullivan, Jim
Luddy, Joe Connor, John Downey, W.
MotDonoush and Dr. Jarrell.
Miss Marie Reiman will return to-day
to her home in Greenwood. Miss., after
a visit to Miss Etta Rothschild.
Miss Annie and Miss Daisy Brant, and
Miss Heisler of Charleston, are visiting
Miss Tillie Dowling.
Mr. J. A. Savarese spent a few days In
the city during the week, en route to
A delightful party was given at the res
idence of Mr. ond Mrs. George Schwarz
In honor of their daughter, Annie, who
celebrated her twelfth birthday. About
forty little guests spent a merry even
Mr. and Mre. H. K. Dreeson and their
nephew. Master Bennie Adams, will leave
to-night for Asheville end the mountains
of North Carolina.
Mr. Henry F. Meislahn of Montrose,
111., left Friday for home, after spending
tw’o weeks in Savannah, the guest of his
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dreeson.
Miss Ada Roberts returned home, afrer
a pleasant visit to Teilulah Fal's and
Athens, but left Just night for Asheville,
Mrs. Walter E. Swanston and Master
Ervin Sw:uv?"ton, .after spending two
weeks in Washington, D. C., with rela
tives and friends, are now' at Hotel Shen
andoah, in the mountains of West Vir
ginia, near Harper’s Ferry.
Society at Wayfros*.
Miss Macy High-smith is at home after
aQ extended visit with friends at Douglas.
Ward R. Albertson, assistant cashier of
the First National Rank, is on a two
weeks’ outing at Atlantic City, N. J.
Mrs. John W. Bennett has returned from
Miss Lizzie Bird Is at home, after a
short stay at Gaskins Spring.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wilson. Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Wilson, Mrs. J. P. Ulmer,
Mrs. J. P. Carson and r*hildjren. returned
Monday from Gaskins Spring, in Coffee
Mr. George W. Gray and family have
returned home from St. Simon’s Island,
where they spent most of the summer.
Mrs. M. Campbell Stryker will not re
turn from Baltimore until cool weather.
Rev. Mr. Stryker has returned and re
sumed his pastoral duties at Grace Epis
Mrs. J. G. Bird returned home Monday
from Gaskins Spring.
Miss Sad'ie Miller is at home again.
W. A. Cason is spending a few weeks
with his family, who are enjoying the
heated term in North Carolina.
Miss Daisy Dekle and her sister. Miss
Ethel of Thomasville, are visiting at the
heme of their sister, Mrs. J. M. Glenn,
on Church street.
A party of Thomasville people passed
through Waycross Tuesday night on their
way home from a visit to St. Simons.
While waiting for the train they were in
vited to the hospitable house of Hon. and
Ladles' Cambric Corset Covers, V
neck, back und front embroidery
trimmed i9 O
Ladies' Muslin Corset Covers, square
neck front; high back, embroidery
Ladles’ Muslin Skirts, embroidery
trimmed, with cambric flounce 50c
Ladies' Muslin Skirls, tucked embroid
ery trimmed 55e
Ladies’ Muslin Skirts, extra width,
embroidery trimmed 65 c
Ladles’ Muslin Skirls, embroidery and
insertion trimmed, extra wide 79c
Ladies' Muslin Drawers, full sizes,
Ladles' Muslin Umbrella Drawers,
cambric flounce me
Ladles' Muslin Umbrella Drawers,
cambric ruffle, lace trimmed J3e
Ladles’ Muslin Diawers, tucked, em
Ladies’ Cambric Drawers, lawn ruffle.
embroiders trimmed, extra wide 45c
Children's White Jean I'nderboUies... 9o
Children'* Satin Finish Jean, Under
bodies. double stitched, double row
of buttons i9u
Mall orders receive prompt attention.
Clearing Out Sale
Of AH Summer Goods.
Note the Prices on Our Pique, Linen and Crash
Skirts, Ready-made Shirt Waists,
Silk Waists, Etc.
Ladies' White Pique Skirts, full
width, well made and good material,
$1.50 value, at
White Pique Duck and Crash
Skirts, excellent quality, this season's
popular styles, $2.50 and $3.00 values,
Fine Linen Crash and Pique Skirts,
pleated and trimmed, regular $3.00
Laces and Embroideries.
1 Loi Imitation Torchon Edges and
1 Lot 15c, 20e and 25c values in Em
broideries, at 13c
I 1 Lot Remnants of Edges and Inser
sertion Aliover Laces and Em
broidery at half-price to close them
Special in Linens.
72-inch full bleach, sarin double Da-
I mnsk Table Linen, value $1.25. at 76c
Elegant quality ready-hemmed
Sheets, value 85 •. at 69c
Very largest and best all-linen
' Hack Damask Towels, knotted
I fringe and hemstitched. 35c and 39c
values, special this week 25c
Forty miles east of Atlanta. Situation high and healthy.
No liquors sod in county. Intercollegiate games pro
hibited. Full college courses offered leading to A B. B.
Fh.. and B. S. Degrees. Entire necessary expenses with
in 9'JOO. fi3rd annual session begins Sept. 19, 1900. For
catalogue and full information, address
C. E. IDowman, preslOent.
Ilf 10 Ui IIP THU erUI&IADV 36 North Av(e, Atlanta, Ga—School for Girl*
W AaMirib Ili El OLmmAn I Twenty-three teachers, graduates of Wellesley
linuimiuiun —— ■•iiiiiir.il Harvard. Kandolph-Macon and Baltimore Woman*
College. Primary Academic, Music. Art, Elocution and Business courses. Small (lasses In*
dividual work. New building. Home life. Pupils enter Vassar, Wellesley and Randolph Ma
con on certificates. Next sessiou begins Sept. 6. For illustrated catalogue address
Mrs. W. T. CHANDLER. Principal. LLEWELLYN D SCOTT, Associate Principal.
Mrs. John W. Bennett. There the party
was delightfully entertained by Mrs. Etta
Stuart, who sang. Mrs. Stuart is a
daughter of Mr. H. K. Shackleford, a
writer of reputation. For twenty-five
years he has been engaged by a New
Y'ork magazine to write short stories.
Capt. J. P. Farr remained at Gas'kine
Spring with his family for several days
after the encampment.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lott, Mrs. Agnes
Bailey, Mrs. C. H. Fickern and Miss Fay
Worde, are at Gaskins Spring.
Mrs. R. W. Faison reached home Sat
urday, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs.
Lonnie E. Faison, of Moultrie.
Miss Maggie O'Brien of Charleston. S.
S., is visiting Waycross friends and rela
Mrs. E. F. Marlin is visiting her old
home in Alabama.
Miss Virginia Lyon has been visiting
Mrs. J. L. Ford, at Tifton.
Judge Warren Lott's family has return
ed from St. Simon.
The families of W. W. Beach and G. W.
Deen have returned from Asheville, N.
Mr. C. L. Thigpen, wife and daughter,
Miss Lily, left Wednesday morning for
Mrs. B. F. Williams and daughter, Miss
Mattie, are at home after an extended
stay at St. Simon's Island.
Mrs. D. J. Jeffords Is a guest of the
Blalock House at White Sulphur Springs,
Mrs. F. C. Folks and children will go
to White Springs next week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Agathen expect to
make Blackshear their home for several
The Epworth League of First Methodist
Churc'h held an enjoyable social entertain
ment at the home of the Misses Black
shear, on Gilmore street, Wednesday
Waycross people who have been at the
various resorts are beginning to return
to the city. This city has been well rep
resented at almost all the watering places
In this part of the country.
Miss Clara Bennett of Thomasville Is
the guest of Mrs. A. P. Wright.
Miss Annie Kitchen has returned to her
home at Camp, accompanied by Miss
Nannie Belle Key of Waycross.
Mrs. Dr. H. H. Cheatham of Savannah
was a visitor to Waycross last week.
Mrs. Georgia Jones and her little daugh
ter Anson have returned from visit
to Enterprise, Ala. They were accom
panied by Mise Martha Jones, another
daughter of Mrs. Jones, who graduated
this year from the Georgia Norma! and
Industrial School at Milledgeville, and has
been visiting relatives In Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Newborn visited
Gaskin Spring last week.
J. Q. Kettacr and family have returned
home, nnd now occupy their residence
on Pendleton street.
Mrs. E. M. Whiting will return home
from Fortson next Thursday.
The Teachers’ Institute of Wore coun
ty, will convene Monday, Aug. 2h. There
are nearly fifty schools lit the county, and
a large number of teachers will be In
Mr:-. J. P. Whidden has returned to
Johm T. Brantley Is spending a month
at Block Island, R. I.
The Rifles entertainment Thursday nigh;
at the Armory, was up to the usual
standard. The attendance was large and
every feature of the evening was en
A large party of young people spent
Wednesday in a picnic on the SatiUa.
They were taken out by the city omnibus,
diawn bj four horses.
W. W. Finley and Mrs. Y'irginia Gouge
were married a day or two ago et Screven.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G, McCrunle have re
turned home from Atlantu and other
North Georgia points.
Miss Laura Cook of Savannah, is the
guest of the Misses Key on Parallel street.
Miss Carrie E Bird of Montlcello, Fla.,
was a visitor to WayeTbss this week.
ML* Minnie Jones will open all art
school here Sept. 1.
Mrs. D. B. .Swe.it spent a very pleasant
day WsdneMay with her mother. Mi
ltev. J. O. GlUtsple, former pastor of
the Waycross Baptist Mission, Is In town
this week. His good seifs Is still In North
At These Prices:
67c for our $1.25 and $1.50 Waists.
89c for our $1.75 and $2.00 Waists. j
$1.19 for our $2.25 and $2.50 Waists.
$1.49 for our $2.75 and $3.50 Waists.
Bargain in Silk Waists.
$3.49 for Silk Waists worth $7.00.
Ladies’, Misses and Children’s Fast
Black Hose at
Ladles’ and Children’s extra quality
drop-stitch and plain hose at
Ladies’ Black. Tan and Fancy Hoe
plain drop-stitch, 75c values; special
Items of Interest.
Blue Seal Vaseline, 4c tottle.
Witch Hazel, 9c bottle.
Ammonia, 5c bottle.
Colgate's Extracts, 25c.
Colgate. Vlorls Toilet Soap, 15c.
Pure Glycerine Soap, 10c box.
Cabinets of Mixed Hair Pins, sc.
Two Packages Hair Pins, 1c
Hat Pins, 2 for Ic.
Marshall's Linen Thread, 7c.
Finishing Braid, 3c.
Carolina. Mr. Gillispie will probably take
a work in the vicinity of Tifton.
C. C. Buchanan, at her delightful Sun
Miss Roxie Bradley is expected home
Miss Lizzie Thompson has returned to
Wayeross, her school at Seginaw having
Miss Lalia Whiting, who is visiting her
grandparents in Muscogee county, will
probably not return here, but will go di
rect to Macon, where she is attending
Wesleyan Female College. Her mother
will come next week.
- The family of Mr. W. H. Bradley will
spend a few days at Gaskins' Spring this
Nearly 150 Wayeross people went to Sa
vannah Tuesday on the excursion.
Mrs. Tiney Faisor. of Moultrie, is with
her mother, Mrs. W. H. Mallon, north of
Mrs. J. S. Fisher of Moultrie, wai a
visitor to Wayeross yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Dretv and son of Mys
tic were in town, yesterday.
Mrs. C. Adamson went to Soussy yes
Mrs. M. V. Little, who has been vis
iting her son., Dr. E. P. Little at Manor,
returned yesterday to her home In Wash
ington, D. C.
Mrs. F. M. Hawkins i6 spending the
heated term in North Georgia.
Mrs. C. Smith of Savannah. Is visiting
her daughters. Mrs. J. M. Oldham and
Mrs. E. K. Dale in .this city.
Among the visitors to Douglas last Sun
day, was Miss Kathryn Shults of Way
J. E. Bryant end bride, nee Georgia
Waldron, are spending some time very
pleasantly at the home of his father at
Ben Daugherty and Miss Rena Sullivan
were married Wednesday evening at tiiO
home of the bride’s father, Mr. D. Suin'*
van, in Pierce county.
When it comes
To Fruit Jars,
We are It.
The Beat Krnit Jars are sold here for
less money. Try ns and see.
HOW ABOUT THAT OLD RUSTY
Throw ft nirny and buy an
The guaranteed Kind. If It roH
yonr money back.
A\ e him* lots of thing* to sell—•both,
ornoanentnl and useful. Prices
vmys tle lowest.
6. W. Allen & Go.,
Stnte and Barnard.
For and other beverag*^
Superb for R ed Tea. Wholesome ana
W. D. SIMKINS & CO.
West Broad nnd Haris streets,
opposite Central Depot.
Modern appointment. Convenient to and
street car lines. Kales tl.2a and M-W ar '
12.00 per day. Mingle meal 20c.
M. 4. PATEKSoN, Mana*ef.