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TUB TIMES: GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. SATUKIHY, NOVEMBER 24,1900.
Your Means are Unlimitd Should Certainly Go tto the Highest-Priced Custom Tailors. ! are no ready-towr whVor overcoats as go as the garments for iich such Should charge you $50 to -m . . But If PiSce is an Object We cm $e you swts vercoab that win fit ym as wet as tailored, ut ready-to- a instead of made w yaunmgamre 'At Prices that Men & Can Afford Pay jood clothing, in any ycdiminishing their xpenditure ifor other necessities or pleas- WE REFER, OFCDURSE, TO CUSTOM TAILORED, READY-TO-'fiHR CLOTHING, 4f which we have the wwSusive agency. OUR SUITS AND -SERCOATS are rf tbeliatest patterns, best qaalities ,ad best workmanship. Large W " " - ... ftfflceton," "Udbntstor,99 Borei,'aiidSIiapeIeig!iM .'.Styles in Suits, and Soiall," "WmmT ' and "RagW mUIstcis and Overcoats SOL. BRILL, a man a a flardlwear leaders Majestic Pieces Steel How Ranges Reduced haf- On a Few rul "Buck"and bank's 8tove8 Which we Scales wish to And Othpr -e ut fiiiu wuici you get your Durable money's worth when you trade Goods with us. Mississippi Hardware Co. 300 and 302 Washiagton-ave. VXrVVA 5 J.P.BUTLER, -The Jeweler. Prompt attention to repairs Al Work Guaranteed. 225 Main St., Greenville, Miss. LIMEADE, reoiin. "lost Refreshing Water Drink Season. tt, gtM -tttttiT Chrysanthemums! Chrysanthemums! White, Cream, Golden and Pink. Flwers delivered fresh. Leave orders with LORD & TAYLOR. dov 13 4 t Fine Leather Goods An elegant line of LADIES' PURSLS and Silver Mounted Pocket Booka, Gentlemen's Hip Books, Bill Folds, Wallets and Key Chains at GELKEVS BOOK STORE Try one of Ha'ter's 10c collars, all shapes and styles. Hafter's Golden Eagle. . at' lit 1 s 'iff 1 .t 4 , u. r. v i4 1 j..y ; :. . .'t x Mr. Morris 8l.omi, of Bt. Louis, spiMit several days in tho city tbl wwk. i Mrs. Dan Head and small recently to tpeiid shvitiiI Pkoto by CUMdtMt, WuhinctM. ADMIRAL DEWEY'S WASHINGTON HOME. Admiral and Mrs. Dewey have returned to their Washington home, and the house about which there has been so much talk has been opened for the season. The admiral and bis charming wife will take a prominent part In the social gayetlea of the nation's capital during the coming winter. I We Week 's Soctat Events. I IB. . . JD the schools In this city n visit recently. She was entertained whil? here by Miss Lizzie Harbison. Messrs. F. Wilson an l W. Shields at tended the dance eiven by tln CM.ikti sawclub In Memphis "on November 15th Mr. Nugent, of Nugient Station, spent a few days in this city. Mr. W. L. Reynolds, of Atlanta, Ga., spent Tuesday in this city. Mrs. George Wilhelm left recently to spend the winter in Texas. Mrs. W. T. Rose was the gtiest of relatives at Wayside this week. Mr. Schire, of Lcota Landing spent a few hours in this city Sunday. Miss Lola Bell Finlay paid a visit recently to friends in Birmingham. Mrs. W. M. Burr has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Oxford. Mr. Sam T. Rucks, of Memphis, paid 1 his Greenville friends a visit this week. Mr. and Mrs. Pitcher are at home at Mrs. Aiken's residence on Percy street. Miss Edna Goldstein is visiting her aunt, Mrs. B. W. Hirsch, in Memphis. Mrs. Moyse Blum, of Nitta Yuma, was a visitor here the early part of the week. Miss Lavinia Dabney is the guest of her couein, Mrs. V. A. Benoit, in Memphis. Mr. E. J. Hamley, of Lake Provi dence, La., was a Greenville visitor this week. Miss Prudence Chinn, of Frankfort, Ky., is the attractive guest of Miss Katie Johnson. Mr. W. W. Miller has gone to Hot Springs, Ar,k., where he will remain several weeks. Miss Dora Johnson, of Tennessee, is here on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Ed mund Taylor. Messrs. W. H. Clements and J. M. Cashin were guests of friends near La mont on Sunday. Mrs. Sophie Campbell, of Lament, paid a visit to relatives in Greenville early this week. Mr. Harry McClain, of Columbus, was the guest on last Sunday of rela tives in this city. Miss Innes Starling left on Monday for a visit to Mrs. Sturdivant, in Talla- hatchee county. Mrs. Stein and Mrs. Fisher, of Lake Providence, La., are visiting Mesdames Abe and Sam Blum. Mrs. Waterman, of San Francisco, was the guest several days this week of her cousin, Mrs. W. Ii. Trigg. Mrs. J. H. Nclms was the gracious hostess at a charming card party on Friday afternoon. Miss Lorn Aron, a charming young lady of Greenwood, is the guest of Mrs. Charles Johnson. Miss Fannie Hunt, of New Orleans, spent the week in Greenville, a guest of Mrs. W. W. Worthington. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Johnson have taken possession of their hand some new home on Broadway. Mrs. Charles Starling entertained at an enjoyable dinner last week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mason Pilcher. Miss Stella Newman, of Helena, Ark., was a fair visitor In the city this week, being the guest of Mrs. Saul Isenberg. Mrs. G. K. Rodman, of Frankfort, arrived on Wednesday and will remain during the winter, a guest in the home of her brother, Capt. W. E. Hunt. Mrs. S. S. Barnett, one of the most prominent educators of Vicksburg, paid left months with Mrs. Head's parents in llunisvmn, am. Mrs. J. S. Hudson and small son joined Mr. Hudson hero on Monday, and accompanied him W C.'astalian Springs. ', Mrs. Bon Johnson and little Miss Maria Elsie, who havo been the guefcw of Mrs. Wm. E. Hunt, left on Tuesday for Vicksburg. Miss Mabel Goldenberg left on last Sunday night for her home in Lake Providence. La. She ha been visit lng Mrs. A. Blum of this city. Mr. Herman Blum returned home on Tuesday from Sewanea, Ttmn., where ho has been attending tho University of the South for the past two yoara. I Mrs. Gllham, of Kansas City, arrived ' i.i. Mlias nilham. on . w ii.ii nri uuuaciawa . Wednesday, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Kerr, and son. Mr. J. E. Gilham. The Elysian Club dance on Thursday night was a charming affair, and was enjoyed by a number of out-of-town guests, as well as many Greenville soci ety people. Capt. Heury Johnson returned on Thursday, after spending the sum mer In Louisville. He was accompa nied by Mr. Oharl s Johnson and Mas ter Charles Wooldridge. A charming house party was enter fiined early in the week by Miss Bessie Erwin, at her pretty La'ce Washing ton home. The guest" included Misses Kate and Susie Ireys, and Carrie Belle Negus, and Messrs. Guy Hilzln, Julian Fort and Allen and George Hunt. Lieut. Thomas Senn. U. S. N., ac companied by hiB wife and handsome little son, arrived on Monday from Porto Hlco, and after spending a few days with relatives here left to join the Pacific Squadron. Mrs. Senn and son will remain several weeks, the gueats of M. T. B. Shaw. 1 TCie roses and chrysanthemums ex hibited at the flower show last week were more perfect and in greater abundance than upon any previous oc casion. These annual exhibitions, un der the skillful management of Mr. E. E. Bass, have reachpd such a degree of perfection that th,-y arc a Mureu'of great pleasure to the lovers of flowers throughout the whole community. A Vlcktbur g Journalist Here. Miss William A. Johnson, a talented young jourualist of Vicksburg, spent a few days here thiB week In tho interest of the magazine of which she is an editor. The magazine, "1 he Bubble," is to be chiefly a social complaint or caricature, although It will also con tain articles on serious society, art, literature and fashion. While Vifiks burg is to be the fountain head of thi addition to the litir.iture inteudo'l to " ivrU'd in I V H I.'.-). a-JH'lHt IH tilt! iM'ttfl' I,. Otlll'l' WO '." t'l"-v rHM tlj fi UU lilill . and uiT:Wg.'rner,tH h,i hiivc Up'onville'a i! both critical and lir.n:, An Ei.oyblc Ctti Party. Mu-diimes Frank anil Tjj-'.m' Harbi son entertained a nioM, enjnjiiiu eai.i party, on Thurday, ut h ilu prizes were won by Mesdunir K. l. Dunn. Joe HarbUon. F. A. L!m,l an( y. jj, Crltlenden. The other nicml em, who enjoyd tho htpttaliiy of iii0M! charm ing hoHtesws, werei M.otaniM J . V. Bell, 1. W. SW.Mk, tt. Hal Und, K M. Worthum, pink Smith, (I, H. Air Mdr, 1. B. Hcfus, W. 8 ton., w, Hrry, i. BklnnsT, W. Arnold, K.N. Thorn.., T. Hood, H Crittenden, B. Klingmnn, LeRoy Percy, t. II. SarugfS, Q P. Archer, h. Fort, C Dency L Brown, J B. Hebron, . B. Cunpbell, H. t. Hawkins, B. P. Odeneml, Ht.L Coppee, I. W. Bell, and 8. Henihewe. Delicious refreshments were served and deligntnu music furnlehed. bv Beauregard's orchestra. Projrtnivt Euchre Party. ' The progressive euchre party given oo Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Wil lys Everman und Miss Kvetman wa an elegant and very delightful affair. The entire lower floor of their artistic home was beautifully . decorated In gorgeous chrysanthemums, roses, palms and ferns, and half hidden among these floral ornaments the Ititliua band added -sweet music to the many ether attrac tive features of the entertainment. At the termination of the game a dainty luncheon was Berveil in coiiiuhh ; and Sirs. Wynn awarded the first -prize; Mrs. J. A. Metdilfe, the second prize, and Mrs. Coppee the prize. for the greatest number of lone hunds There wore bIbo present: i MeadamM Fred Meteejfe, A H. "tone, H. Henahnwe, J. Sruuikellonl, E. N, Thcmn, F. A. Lloyd, B. Holland, Le Boy Percy, W. O, ' Pkelpa, L. Fort, O. H. Aleiander, A Nance, B. P Odeneal, H. Miller, Van B. Boddle, J. B. Negua, B N Wortham, 0. 11. Crittenden, H, -P. Hawkina, B Nanee, aud Mtta Eugenia '' Campbell. , " Addrtuei by Mn. Mary Thoropwn Howe. Mrs, Mary Thompson Howe, of Jack' son, who was chosen State Secretary by the King's Duughters. at their con vention held In this city last spring was the guest this week of Mrs. W. G. Yerger, and addresse d Circle No. 1 on Tnecday afternoon at Mrs. Yerger'a, and Circle No. 2 on Wednesday after noou at the residence of Mrs. Quincy Kwing. Mrs. Howe has Just returned from a national meeting of King' Daughters, held in Wellington, Ohio, where she was elected National Secre tary, an honor that could not have been more fittingly bestowed, and one in which all Mississippi women have just cause for pride, as it is the fli-st time this position has hern held by a South-1 ern woman. The next national coil-1 vention will be held in Savannah, Ga.. in November of next year, at which one of the chief subjects to lie decided is whether or not the King's Daugh' ters will accept the invitation to af filiate with the National Women's Council In thuir (jood works of enlight enment and civilization. : v.4 kalta El i 3 ', 301-303 Washington Ave., Cor. Pop!ar St. mmmmmmm St Our Lare Stock of Ladies' Dress Goods is Comp!ete, Comprising AH the Newest Fabrics. . ...... Sets Children's Fur Sets. Clul-JrcnV l'nr f CO X. C ff .svr i-u Men's Clothing. & Dro.'s Slnms 10 Men's Clntliiir Hip;h Art SU- Other good- tv in ti i' dollars up. Every Pair of Shoes we sell we Guarantee. The World's Famous Manhattan Shirts. Try Yottflg Ero.'s $3 Derby. Quali ty UneqoaJed. Foremost in style. Men's Overcoats, latest styles. Ladies' Skirts. "nl2.75 to J0 Collarettes and Boas. 2.00 to 1 5 Liulicf:1 Walkiiijf Kiiiny D;iy Skirts. . . . Ladies' Collarettes and Williams, Kneeland & Co.'s Men's Fine Shoes. The Famous "Julia Marlow" Ladies' Fine Shoes. Something New, "The Black Cat" Line. None better in Misses,' Children's and Infant's Shoes. Clothing Made to Order I htn ,atca ,0 yoor Wln Wwn.Pic, Uh.,,11 d. Rencrat new. ol J Mark,, R-pr , Mid trawwort'iy. Dailv i months. Twice ...Week Bdyi nd Thuradays), .1 tin i fad rfain rim ?ii o ' - v. O a. O Jf " ' 0 n r:1 . - i i ;