Mrs. E. D. Walter Is spending a
few days iu Savannah.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stiles will re
turn today from their wedding trip.
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The As You Like It Club meets
this morning at 11 o'clock with Miss
a a a
The Married Women's Card Club
meets this afternoon at 3 o'clock
with E. H. Mason.
a a a
The Helping Circle of the Pres’jy
terian church will hold a doll and
handkerchief sale Dec. 8.
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Miss Clare O’Connor left yester
day to spend the winter in Atlanta,
the guest of her sister. Mrs. R. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Stetson Fleming
spent yesterday here tlie guests of
Mrs. T. Q. Fleming en route to their
home in Florida.
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A meeting of the Ladles of the
Maccabees will be held tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o’r lock. A full at
tendance is urged by the Lady Com
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Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Blanton left
last night for Atlanta, called there
by the Illness of the little son of
Mr and Mrs. Edward 15. Smith, who
has meningitis. Their many friends
hope for the little one’s rapid re
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The Acacia Club met yesterday
afternoon with Mrs. Miller Nightin
gale, who entertained the members
very pleasantly with cards. Five
hand euchro was played and there
were "three tables. Tho score cards
were pretty and artistic with Japa
neso decorations. Tho games wero
•cored with tiny bells, the lone
hands with little glass stags and the
20-band plays with tiny Japanese
dolls. The ilrst prize was won by
Mrs. W. G. Brantley, recently elect
ed a member of the club. The lone
hand was won by Mrs. C. D. l’arkor
and tho consolation by Mrs. F. D,
M. Strachan. The affair was much
enjoyed toy the members present.
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The Day Light Store
The Hospital Auxiliary held the
first meeting of the season yester
day afternoon at the city hall. The
attendance was fair and several Im
portant matters were discussed rela
tlve lo Improvements needed at the
hospital. The ladies manifest the
same deep interest In the hospital
which made Its completion a possl
bllitv, and the auxiliary will con
tinue the good work the ladies have
so ,fully demonstrated themselves
fully capable of doing in this good
Tho following from the Atlanta
Journal will be of interest to the
friends of Mr. Bonneyman: "Mrs.
Thomas Berry announces the mar
riage of her daughter, Frances, to
Mr. Alex Bonneyman. which took
pi-ice very quietly yesterday morn
ing at 8 o’clock, at her suburban
home. Oak Hill, near Bow©, Mr.
IWnejyman and his bride having
Immediately afterward* for a wed
ding trip. Returning they will oc
cupy apartments at the Marlbor
ough for the winter. The marriage
was announced to take place in the
winter and came as a surprise to
the friendsi of the young people.
Mrs. Bonneyman is a very bright
and charming young woman and
quite handsome. She Is a sister of
Mrs. Bttlow Campbell, of Atlanta,
and of Miss Martha. Berry, who has
distinguished herself in her philan
thropic work in rural education. Mr.
Bonneyman is chief engineer of the
Atlanta, Birmingham nnd Atlantic
railroad, with headquarters in Atlan
ta. and Is well known In the hush
di'bm world ’’
Tho cotillion danced last evening
was a 'brilliant and enjoyable event,
given in compliment to the member"
of tho A* Yo Lika It Club
number of married people and other"
outside tho club were also Invited.
Many pretty gowns were worn by
the young ladles, and a number of
pretty figures were IntroduccHl in
the cotillion which was led by Mr.
il. F. du Blgnon. Tho music was
furnished by Trachltllln’s orchestra.
Those present were Miss Janie Sy-
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mons and Mr. I lighten Burroughs.
Miss Fe Svmons ar.d Mr. C. C.
Fleming, Miss Irene Wood and Mr.
Hunter Hopkins, Miss Rita MoKin
uon and Mr. Hugh Burford, Miss
Haddie McCullough and Mr. Holmes
Sheldon, Miss Tallulah Fleming and
Mr. W. D. Burley. Miss Maud
Nightingale and Mr. S. K. Brown,
Miss Fannie Grant Nightingale and
Mr. C. M. Peddlcord, Miss Margaret
Young and Mr. J. H. Pace, Miss
Leola Calvin and Mr. John Ralston.
Miss Hazel Nightingales and Mr.
George Sherman. ’ Mists Estelle
Brown and Mr. E. R. Whitfield. Miss
Ethel Conoley ami Mr. A. C. Banks,
Jr., Miss Kezzie Con ! -and Mr.
C. F. Dodd, Miss Fannie Aiken and
Mr. George Smith, Miss Lyon and
Mr. Frank Sta y, Mrs. Miller Night
ingale, Mr. and Mrs. J*. D. 'Aiken.
Mr. and Mrs. T J. McCall. Mr. and
Mrs, F. D. M. Straclian, Messrs.
Paul Twitty. Graft tDent, Malcolm
McKinnon. Alfred Promt t and Cap
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Many pe..;,:.- iv.iove ih :t blend*, or
light hair dine arnsciß.:* ami dark
hair eons taut,'. A person without hair
,s not devoid of character; far from it.
The disposition • t the average bald
headed man is '. , Know such solicitude
for the welfare of others, that he neg
lects hlmrelf. ,-erm enures baldnors.
Prof. Sahoti and ~f parts. Franco, in
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weeks time. To rid the scalp of these
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Men's rubber hoots; men s, ladies'
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Readv-to-wear hats o; the latest
style will be displayed at Miss Kate
Slater's millinery opening Friday ana
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