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, TIIK TIMES: QBKESV1LLK, MISSISSIPPI. SATURDAY, DECEMBER" 1, 1900.
a (Y6ur Means are Unlimited you Should Certainly Go to the Highest-Priced Custom Tailors. ' There are no ready-to-wear suits or overcoats as good as the sarments for which such Uor would charge you $50 to $75. . , , But if Price is an Object! We can sell you suits and overcoats that will fit you as well as tailored, but ready-to-. ..i..A f marie to vour measure t in5isu - )At Prices that Men JH? Can Afford to Pay L : : ; L Vjood clothing, in any way diminishing their expenditure for other necessities o,r pleas- Wfi REFER, OF COURSE, TO CUSTOM-TAILORED, READY-TO- VeAR (XOTHING, of which we have the exclusive agency. OUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS are of the latest patterns, best qualities and best workmanship. Large m - it "Princeton," "University," ' Beverly" and "Snapeleigh Styles in Setts, and "Boxall " "Wilton" and "Raglan" in Uistets-" Overcoats SOLo BRILL "Hardwear" Leaders Maje Charter Oak Stoves stic Steel Ranges Scales And Other Durable Goods. Prices Now Reduced On a Few "Buck"and O. K. Stoves Which we Wish to Close Out You get your money's worth whenyoutrade with us. Mississ ippi Hardware Co. 300 and. 302 Wastington-ave. 6 J. P. BUTLER, - The Jeftbeler. jwt-:eK-:e.:tefr:6ittt6&i3i5ifr:ei' The Week 's Social Events. . Mr. T. E. Uuiley. of FUli tak. was a Greeonvlllo vMtor thin weak. MIbo Kllie Flowern, of Vlckubnrg, In tho'gvu-Hlof MiwiSimlo MiiOutelien.' "Mrs. F. T. .Phillips, of Gunnison, was s guest at the Inn quite recently. Mr. C. H. Blum, of Nitta Yuma, spent Tuesday with Greenville friends. Judge W. K. MoLaurln. of Vicks burg, was a guest In this city on Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. D. Griffith, of Ittd Iiena, were visitors here early in tho week. erlmson roses. A splendid menu .con sisting . of a number of courses was served. Toast-making was a prominent featuro of tho entertainment. The guests Included: Messrs. Howard Hood, toast-master; J. M. Cashin, Ward Er win, Lyne Starling, Jr., E. H. Ma gruder, 'Arthur Illder, Jr., Wade Negus, Thou. Winston, B. P. Shelby, Geo. Hunt, Julian Fort, and Dr. Claud Brooke. stein, M. Hosonful.l, i-th, i- s,'t.t, IClaudli' c.hlpi'.nirr. ,:! fudvo VVlJoilti-kl i n I ruV,; Sumwm, who received; Messrs. lM..re 0ll rMa Brilliant Reception by Mm. ind Mill Bui. A brilliant reception was given. by Mrs. Bass and Miss Bass on Monday afternoon at their home on north Broadway. The floral arrangement Mrs. S. I). Wilson and small con, of i was most perfect; trellis works of Ivy, Vlcksburg, are guests of Mrs. W. G. I lovely roses, palms and great shaggy Yerger. , chrysanthemums, forming an exquisite Mr, Charles West has returned from ' 'ground for the large number of a visit of several davs to friends in 1 matrons and pretty girls Alabama ' I P1"686"1, Mrs. "88 ,was becomingly n gowned In an elegant black silk with Mrs. W. A. Stone and little daughter ! trimmings of luce. Miss Bass wore a spent the past week with friend in stylish afternoon tqllette of garnet and Memphis. J white cloth. They were assisted in re- Mr. John Nutt. of T.eota. was a vlsl- i celving by their handsome and attracts).- iu Greenville on Tuesday und ive kinswoo-en. Mrs. E. N. Thomas Wednesday. i PrortlDt arfentinn in wnaiw A" Work Guaranteed. 225 Main St., Greenville, Miss. Chrysanthemums! Chrysanthemums! White, Cream, Golden and Pink. Flowers delivered fresh. Leave orders with LORD & TAYLOR. nov 13 4 1 I Fine Leather Goods f LIMEADE, Refreshing 'Season. I Li An elegant line of LADIES' PURSES and Silver Mounted Pocket Books, Gentlemen's Hip Books, Bill Folds, Wallets and Key Chains at GDLKEVS BOOK STORE Silver in toilef articles and f tableware at Frank Hintkr's jdol irasningion-ave.- Miss, Junes Starling came liomr. on Wednesday from a pleasant visit to friends in Tallahatchie county. j Mrs. George Alexander will enter tain tho Sans Sousi Clubon next Thurs day afternoon. Mrs. W: O. Aldridgo,of Estoll, spent a ftrw days early in tho week with friends in this city. Miss Marie Fairchlld, of Forrest, Miss., is here on a visit, to here cousin, Miss Susie Trigg. Mrs. H. St. L. Coppeo was absent a few day's recently on a visit to relat ives near Sunny Side, Arkansas. Mrs. Penny has returned homo after an absence of several months spent with relatives in the North. One of the most pleasant affairs of the week was the dance given on Fri day night by the Elysian Club. . Among the visitors here this week were: Mr. J. A. Crawford, of Heath man; and Dr. Hardy, of Wintervllle. Mrs. W. W. Stone and little jliss Annie have returned from visits to relatives in New Orleans and Jackson. Mrs. and Mrs. Geo. Clifton were called to Ohio la9t week by news an nouncing tho illness of Mrs. Clifton's father. Miss Lilly Carson arrived recently from Birmingham, and will spend the winter with her aunt, Mrs. W. O. Phelps. . Miss Ellen Currell came home last week from Nashville, where she has ( been the guest for some months of her , aunt, Mrs. Fogg. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas ha ve I . . . i 1 , ..Ml., i returnea to tneir noiue in maycroviiic, after being flic guests of Capt. and Mrs. Frank Anderson. 1 ' The King's Daughters were the re cipients of a most highly appreciated Thanksgiving offering on Wednesday from the little children of the Court school. . . Miss Maria Antoinette Starling, who is attending the University of Mis souri, will arrive in a snort 'wniie 10 spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling. Mrs. Charies Allen was the guest during the week of Mrs. E. N. Worth- am, while en route r.ome irom inrns ville, Mo., where she has been for the pa9t few weeks for the benefit of her little daughter's health, which has greatly improved. . The engagement has been announced of Miss Mildred Ixigan, of Monroe, La., to Mr. Norburne Clark, of Ala bama. Miss Logan is a niece of Mrs. Fred Metcalfe, and was among the most admired young women who vis ited this city last winter. The many Greenville friends of Mr. Haycraft will be interested in the following clipping taken from the Manila Times: "Second Lieut. W. A. Haycraft, 44th Infantry, U. S. Vol., has been appointed Captain of the Port and Inspector of Customs at Ormoc, ISleof Lyte, vice First Lieut. Richard W. Buchannon, 44th Infrantry, U.S. Vol." The Ouch Club Entertained. The Cinch Club was beautifully en tertained on Tuesday by Mrs. S. It. Dunn. Quite a number of guests were present besides the club members, and a most interesting game was en- loved, after which the luncheon was served in courses, and several hand some prizes were awarded. The first, six exquisitely hand-painted bread and butter dishes, to Mrs. Taylor; the sec ond, an ornamental vase, to Mrs. E. N. Thomas; and the lone hand, a decor ated vase, to Mrs. ty. B. Campbell. Mr. Hroift Birthday Party. Mr. ueorge a. Hunt 's birthday was celebrated on Friday night of last week by an elegant supper given in his honor by Mrs. L. Fort and her son, Mr. Robert Fort. The dining room was beautifully decorated in flowers and palms, the mnntr.2 hUug tunceaiiJ by hauk of ferns and marguerites, and the table, covered with snowy amask, was ornamented with deep and Mrs. T. H. Hood. The guests were served with delicious punch from a large crystal bowl, und later enjoyed ices, cake und sweets in the flower dressed dining-room, the chef d'oeuvre of which was tho table beautifully set with out glass and silver, and further adorned with large white chrysanthe mums. Music was furnished through out the afternoon by tho Mexican or chestra. Progressive Euchre Party. Mi's. Joe Harbison was the hostess at a progressive euchre party on last Wednesday afternoon, which was alto gether a most successful and enjoya ble affair. . Tho decorationj were of pot plants and cut flowers effectively arranged, and the delicious refresh ments were prettily served. The first prize was captured by Mrs. J. W. Bell; tho second, by Mrs. J. W. Shields, and Mrs. P. McCutchen won the lone hand's prize. The other guests were: Mesdaines O.. B. Crittenden, Frank Harbison, Taylor Harbison, Gto. G. Johnson, S. Henshawe, A. H. Stone, E. A. Montgomery, Fred Metcalfe, E. E. Kliugman, R. W. Tilford, L. Fort, .A. T. Torlan, S. H. Dunn, Geo. Archer, J. W. Bell, A. J. Rose, W. R. Harvey, AV. W. Miller, R. B. Camp bell, J. Skinmer, F. A. Lloyd. Wm. Bass, T. H. Hood, Van B. Boddie, R. P. Smith, J. Scruggs, J. E. Negus, Le Roy Percy, J. B. Hebron, J. B. Watt, J. Webb, E. N. Wortham, E. N. Thomas, J. Loe, Dorsey, N. Winter, W. R. Eth erly , and .1.8. Brown. A Unique Reception. lutlnl Vwnriu III Ml'.-Saill IrtUtl- berg was a scene of much pleisur last 1 8ott. M. Bergman, !,mi8 iyumiin, Hy Wednesday evening, when Mr. and Scihall, Emanuel Cah. Weinberg Mrs. l.entierg entertained In honor of , iHO'.oenj, in Kl.t il.er. Abe and Miss Estelle V. Newman, tho charm- JVel" ,Rrsr' ',rtk" ""''l nd Al Ing belle of Helena, Arkansas. The ( ' t ifcso the iruest t,nk tlmlr leave drawing-room and parlor of their resl- vnlinir tho occasion im, of tilie mont ' denee were decorated in hearts, ferns plnaani of the seau. deft. and palms, supervised by the hands of Mlm Newman and Mrs. Isen berg. Mrs. Isenburg announced that the proposed entertainment would be' in the order of a progressive proposal party. Each young man was to pro pose to each girl; time limited to two minutes at the end. Every young roan to cast a vote for the girl who rejected or accepted the most agreeable; and each younj lady to vote for the young man who proposed the best. The con test resulted In awarding Mr. Leon Flotoher 5 1 1 gsnsiumtVi prize, and Miss Newman won the lady's prize, After this, souvenir books were dis tributed with noms do plume, tho inl tial of each guest forming tho first, letter, and they were sueh when read I out by tlie host, an tney stooa to re ceive them, f i!us9 much merrimnt. At 11:30 tho foldtug-dcors of their dinlng-hall were thro vn or-en, and the feast spread wou'd have done honor to the Grecian epicurean. Th ) follow ing guesta were presit.t: Misses HeUn Moyse, Bertha Fletcher, Camille. Gold- An Attractive Wj,;, v The CVeonvillo Dra Ja b::n had all the weok a very attractive window, It contained a dummy dresved In foot ball toga, supported by crutches, rep reprosenting tbi) way Jankwn did thora ujln the rocent et-to. The following piece of poetry was pinned on the mailt We went to Jaokion to play falliupa, And expected to Soil a lot o( yapa, But Inatead of that we fonnd a good team-t A lot of yoong blooda full of vim and tteaih. We aent to Momphie and jot Big Ed, And thought by that we bad 'em dead) For we had Morria, lyne, Morgan and Sandy, And our team on paper looked like a dandy. . And there wan Cbarlle and Joe and Otter and Lou, With Kretchman on the end and Big Haiti too; And Burna and Trigg and Colonel Brown, To 811 the plaooi of the flrtt one down. We got In the game, but net the ball, And aoon we found out we couldn't play al all. For Millaapa boya made eeore after book- And we made naught and nothing moral ' Crockery to r dui-e rtn-t at low prices' at Stockwell's. ' ' i Ifl (Patchy ) (yjolumns 'arefully yonsidei FOR YOUR Daily Grocery Order If You Want Choicest Best Canned Gogds C'K A N HERRI Ktf, ON" THE MARKKT. I'ICKMCS. ANYI IIINI T)IAT'f! . OYSTERS, GOOD IN THE ' . MINi'K M EAT, il0( EKY LINE. RAISINS. CITRON. LE WE OK THONE Fat T..rJ.y. m,l Cliiok- Y OF It ORDER FOK ens. .hfs-i'ii of midiesseil. , " .STAPLE nl FAX(JY VescinU'c-s .--'i: kinds.;. . . GROCEKJESTO, I 9 ' W. H. HOOD, the GROCER 3J3 Washington-ave. 'Plione No, i87. aaMlawitj 301-303 Washington Ave., Cor. Poplar St D) P Our Larc Stock of Ladies' Dress Goods " m e f i - ' i ll il III 1 I fl is complete, comprising ah tne iewest Fabrics. i Children's Fat Sets. set8hi!dren::..i:u,:.j.5o to 5,00 Men's Ciotnmg. Strauss & iii-o.'B 10 Men's Cloth infr, High Art Suito Other goods from five dollars up. Every Pair of Shoes we sell we Guarantee. The World's Famoos Manhattan Shirts. Try Young Bro.'s $3 Derby. Quali ty Unequaled. Foremost in style. Men's Overcoats, latest styles. Ladies' Skirts. i";:'?. 75 to 10 Collarettes and Boas. IHlifi. Walkini; Rainy D.-ty Skirls Ladies' CollarettH and 2.00 to 5 Williams, Kneeland & Co.'s Men's Fine Shoes. The Famoos 7lia Martow" Ladies' Fine Shoes. Something New, "The Black Cat" Line. None better in Misses,' Children's and Infant's Shoes. oavVoT . Clothing Made to Orde f - l a. . PPernJ3rr- 'OrletnTp' t6roorwn'' i itl vr "If' Mwt a I II M H . 1 .1 n i 1 1 . i U U I ' - ' :msm ini Mi i , -