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- r-X"2ESI ' AN; ct. ss, dry er. US !f gifts Xinag in- hade Jkrist- bold- have our Means AAA arc Unlimited Should Certainly Go to the Highest-Priced Custom Tailors. ,re no ready-to-wear suits or overcoats as good as the garments for which such 'uld charge you $50 to $75., . . . , , itft if Price is an Objects W(CanscII you suits and overcoats that will fit you as well as tailored, but rey-to- inJ! tead of made to your measure ( Prices that Men 'J Can Afford to Pay clothing, in any way diminishing their expenditure for other necessities or pleas- WE REFER, OF COURSE, TO CUSTOM-TAILORED, READY-TO-4R CLOTHING, of which we have the exclusive agency. OUR SUITS AND RC0ATS are of the latest patterns, best qualities and best workmanship. Large it wrfon." "University," "Beverly" and "ShaeeWf, , - ' - "O Styles in Suits, and !3xan' "Wilton" "Raglan' Ulsters Overcoats ISOL fvvvvv 'Hardwear" Leaders Charter )ak Stoves jlajestic 'Steel Ranges Fair bank's 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. Aississippi 300 and 302 Washington-aye. Hardware Co. ! mm it J.P.BUTLER, -The Jeweler, 6iS.6ftCf!66.f&6.:e,8ifec!fet;-fr.frt( WeWeek'sJodalB "bents, s I Prompt attention to repairs W Work Guaranteed. Chrysanthemums! Chrysanthemums! White, Cream, Golden and Pink. Flowers delivered fresh. Leave orders with LORD & TAYLOR novl3 4t 225 Main St., Greenville, Miss. niiTTTi nxnm eittttffr URS ! Refreshing a 'atet Drink , Season. ". '! fii'cun. i Fine Leather Goods An elegant line of LADIES' PURSES and Silver Mounted Pocket Books, GentlenTeti's Hip Books, Bill Folds, Wallets and Key Chains at GO-KEY'S BOOK STORE Silver in loilel articles and tableware at Irani: "Binder's 331 Washinglon-ave. Hon. W. C. Boyd, of Gunnison, paid a visit to this city recently. Mr. W. W. McDowell, of Rofujrej spent Wednesday with friends in this city.- Mrs. L. Prince, of Lake Jaokson, was the guest of relatives here this week. Mr. G. T. Flannajfan, of Vicksburf , was visitor here during the last few days. Mr. W.J. Guise, of Wintervllle, was a visitor here on Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. W. W. Worthincrton, of Wayside, was the guowtof friends In this cltv on Sunday. Mrs. George Wheatley spent several days of this week visiting friends in Memphis. , Mrs. Henry Crittenden was absent! this week, on a visit to Union City, Tennessee. . Mr. and Mrs. J. Chapman, of Lake Village, Ark., were guests at New man's on Tuesday. Mr. Neville Helm, of Arkansas, was the guest a lew davs recently of Maj. and Mrs. G. M. Helm. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Ireys, Jr., are pleasantly domiciled in the home of Mrs.W.G. Phelps, on Theobold avenue. Miss May Alice Thomas, who has been the charming guest of Miss Eu genia Campbell, left for he home in Memphis on Monday. "M. and Mrs. Jumes B Yerger, of Lake Village, Ark. were guests this week of Capt. and Mrs. Frank Ander son. MiasOlga Hog-en has returned after a year's absence, most of which time was delightfully spent with friends in Illinois and Indiana. Mrs. Green Clay, J r.,of Laraont, spent a few days during the week with her sister, Mrs. "Pilcher, on Washington avenue. ' Mrs. Harrison Sykes, oi Columbus, accompanied by her beautiful little daughter, Miriam, paid a brief visit here early in the week to her sister, Mrs. S. K. Geise. y Mrs. Ben Hirsch, after a visit to her mother, Mrs. Weiss, left on Wednes day for her home in Memphis. She was accompanied by Miss Pearl Fisher. Mr. John Finlay, Jr., is expected home in a few days from Union City, Tenn., where he has been during the past few months. Mrs. Sadie Ferguson's many Green ville friends are pleased to know that she and her son, Master Robert, Intend to spend the winter in this city.. , Mr. and Mrs. Di F. Hunt were wel comed home early in the week from Leota, where they have been for the past eighteen months. They are now located at their residence on North Poplar street. Mm. Elizabeth Worthington passed through here a short while since on her way from her summer home in Georgetown, Ky., to Wayside, where she will spend the winter with her son, Mr. Ed Worthington. Capt. Henry Johnson, Mr. Charles Johnson, and Master Charles Wool dridge, of Louisville, after a week's successful duck shooting on Swan Lake, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Johnson on Broadway. Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Blackburn and little daughter, Alva Percy, of Wayside, passed through here re cently en route to Memphis, where they will make their home in the future. Mrs. Wm. Griffin returned on Wednes day with her small sons, Masters Will and George, after spending a week at at Wllczinski, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Sadie Ferguson, and brothers, Messrs. Wm. and George Urquhart. ' Dr. R. S. Tombs has returned after a pleasant stay in Georgetown, Ky., where he left his wife and daughter to remain until spring; and a later visit to Washington, D. C, to his son, Mr. Bay Toombs, who is recovering from a recent attack of typhoid fever. ' Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Brooke have gone to make their future home at Wayside. Both Dr. and Mrs. Brooke are favorites in Greenville's social world, and It was with sincere regret that their friends learned of their determination to leave this city. -:-v Miss Ella Jayne, the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Jayne, will make her debut at an afternoon recep tion next Tuesday at her home on , Broadway and the next night at an elegant dance to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Jayne in the handsome ball-room of the Olympla Club. In Leland, at 9 o'clock, on Wednes day evening, Mrs. M. A. Milam was married to Mr. B. O. McGhee. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's father, Dr. W. T. Stovall, and was a pretty though quiet affair,-vAnd is of especial Interest to many persons in this city, as well as In Leland, because of .the popularity and social prominence of both bride and groom.- Rev. J. E. Thomas, who has bad charge of the M. E. Church In this city for the past four years, left early . "SSSa'9i9l In the week to attend the North Missis sippi conference, which met in West Point on Thursday.' As Mr. Thomas has been here as long as the rules of bis church allow, there Is no hope of his returning, and' his many -warm friends in Greenville will bid him and his family good-bye with genuine re gret. The Olympla Club threw open its hospitable doors and entertained most charmingly. During the first part of the evening a spirited game of cards wag played, which resulted in the ladles' prizes being won by Miss M. Rosenfeld and Miss Emma Pohl, and the gentle men's prizes being awarded to Mr. S. Swarts and Mr. Louis Scott. After the conclusion of the game, the tables were removed and danolng was enjoy ed until a late hour. lh ElyiUn Club Danes: On Thursday evening the Elyslan Club gave one of Its delightful fort nightly dances. Following were those present: Misses " Messrs. Kate Ireys, Susie Ireys, . Susie McCutchen, Ireys McCutchen, Floweree, Hargrove, Negus, Campbell, Atterbsrry, Kate Johnson, Lola 13 Finlay. Harriett Dabnoy, Gist, Tate, - Suruses, CHAPERONES Mesdames gus, Dunn. Dance by the Younger Set. Quite a number of the members of the younger set enjoyed a delightful dance given at the Olympia Club on Wednesday evening of last week. The party included Misses Beulah Frankel, Pauline and Kittle Elkas. Jeannette Hartman, Nettie Marshall, Alma Marks. Louise Livingston, Pearl Fisher, Ray Eckstone, and Nettie Ehrlich; and Messrs. David Weinberg, Myer Brill, Joe Wilczlnskl, Herman Blum, Man nie Guggenheim, Edwin Brill, Louis Frankel, Sidney Moyse, Sam Mayor, and Isadore Shongut, and among the chaperones were : Mrs. Livingston, Mrs. Marks, tnd Mrs. Marshall. Sua Souti Club Entertained. The Sans Sous!. Club was beau tifully entertained on Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Geo. B. Alexander. Interesting games of euchre were played by the guests seated at small tables, arranged Lyne Starling, Julian Fort, E. H. Negus, H. Starling, Geo. Hunt, Mai Robertshaw, Clements, D. Richards, H. C. Watson, A. Hunt, Chas. Holmes, Dick Bedon, . Josh Bell, Jim Smithers, Archie Hell. Fort, Ne il? till! 1,1;. lily (in .. I .. propi'iiti.o a ltd tlfri l i vi) tl. which were inurint-Hof U ; " ' , - nolla Miaga, relieved by bright i"l berries, and yellow and whins chrys anthemums. Four prizes wine given: The ' first, progressive, an exquisite Battenberg lace center piece, to Mrs. J. M. Jaynej the second progretwive, an ornamented Ink-well, to Mrs. Fred Metcalfe; the lone-hand, a pretty hand-painted cake plate, to Mm Chas. Allen: and a silver-mounted rabbit's foot, the consolation prize,' to Mrs. E. N. Thomas. . " ? ' Mr. and Mrs. Kerr Give Reception. One of the prettiest and most enjoy able affairs of the season was the re ception given on Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Luther Y. Kerr, com plimentary to Mrs. Kerr's sister, Miss GUlham, of Kansas City. The hostess and attractive guest of honor were assisted 'in receiving by a coterie of oharmings young matrons and girls: Mesdames W. 8. Wright, Taylor Har bison and Proctor McCutchen; nd Misses Cornolla Sessions, Kate John-"1 son, Prudence Chinn, and Jfcppie, Scruggs. ; 1 FROM BELZONI. ' ' The Thanksgiving ball Thursday night in the little town of Belzonl Was a success. The young people assembled in the hall, all "rigged out" In tbolr ballroom costumes, ready to celebrate Thanks giving. The hall was crowded, as the Greenville band furnished the music. Th waltz and two-step took the i Vi. ; i:n- cM U l.i! Kttrprim-d tit. 1 1,. In tlt.tl('it. Tli.-' eii-.!!j J'hhi, Iswila, I eral wayside Htatiiu ruilwiul. : Vt wnr more tin them with us on, thin The dance wascoml and L. 11. Lyon and t , of all things showed t . lion on their part. We hope to have thin t near futtir. ' . fjivy it ritstf uedtta' In the KIT. LIFE SAVINO ST-mdn Ob Krrrirti H4 Wo-k vn MT.-nilr i r, ,, Cnlteil Hull' III.' 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