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THE TIMES: GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY. MARCH 0, 1981.
GEO. O. JOHNSON, Pres. J. F. WOOD, M'gV. Mail Orders Solicited, and Filled Day Received. IFF! 3AIRBWA5R helps Building, I Washington , Avenue. C, Jobbers and Retailers of Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Tin ware, Stoves, Belting, Pumps and Fittings. We nave increased out stock, and are better prepared than ever to handle wholesale busi ness of merchants and planters. Long Distance Phone 82 We have a large stock of Ban ner planters,handle hoes; new ground plows, cultivators, hoe files and other implements. JSV- Y - . ' Si . V if-- '? -' - - - ' v ', Watch this space for farther anastinccment. u" Mi .r ? ssissippi Hardware iso. i I The Social Whirl, rfW, Receptions, Visitors, Etc. , ON EVELYN'S MAT. Since X am a man, X can't desqrlb. The little details ol fluff. The plumes and wins of the feathered tribe, The ruchinn of ftymy stuff ; The bowe ana tuoke of ribbon and lace, The crown, whether peaked or flat, The everything that has found- a place On Jflvelyn'a new spring hat. X merely infer there are marigolds And dailies uud Dinks and such, Chiffon so dainty the folds on folds Might crumble beneath ene's toucn; Perhaps an ocean of tulle, whose waves On tne beach of the brim that's flat Creep up and the stem of each violui laves. un uveiyn s new spring nai. I only know what the women say: "Ho natural do thev aeem. Those flowers, one almost, on each nosegay, Of morning-dew notes the gleami" This part of their praise I can swear is true, Though I've sworn quite enough thereat. A "ten" it will cost me for all that's due On Evelyn's new spring hat. Hoy Farrell Greene, In Truth. Mrs. V. H. Buchanan Is spending a few week in Nutchez. Mr. .1, J. Collier, of. Shaw, was a Greenville visitor Wednesdoy. Miss Nora O'Connor left recently on a business trip to the rust. Mr. J S. Bowles, of BulzonI, was a Monday's visitor in this city. Mr. Moore Jtosentack, of Avon, spent Tuesday in Greenville. Mrs. J. U. Banks left on Thursday after a short visit to relatives here. Mrs. G. Drew, of Luna Ark. was a visitor in Greenville recently. Mr. J. M. Oashln bus been in Bolivar county this week on "legal business." Miss Hattie White is at home, after a pleasant visit to relatives In Areola. MtssMahula Brown, of Vleksburg, Is the guest of Mrs. Joseph Chatham. Mr. and Mrs. James Dancy are being congratulated upon the arrival of a tine son. Miss Watson, who has been visiting Mrs. 6. II. Dunn for some weeks, left recently for Texas. Mrs, Duncan Green was the guest for several days during the week of Mrs. J, E. Negus. Mr. Sam. T. Rucks, of Memphis, was the guest of Greenville relatives early in the week. Mrs. ASner, of Little Book, is the guest of Mrs. S. Rosenfeld on Wash ington avenue. .. Mr. James Gilky has returned from a brief visit to his old home in North Carolina. Mr. Harvey "r?er has been In Memphis this week with his brother, Mr, Wm. Verger, who is dangerously ill. Mrs. Arnett has returned home from New Orleans, whero she has been the guest of friends. -, - , . , - . Mrs. Walter McLean, who has been visiting relatives in Water Valley, re turned home recently. Mr. Z. S. Caggett loft a short while since for a visit to Washington City and his old home in Maryland. Mr. A. Aron went to Greenwood re cently to attend a, large dinner given in honor of his father's birthday. Acid Iron .... . Mineral Water Discovered in Newton county, . Miss., is provin? to be the most wonderful curative med; icine of the 20th century. It is exciting; the attention of the most learned nieu of the United States. It is sold by JJ;N. Catchings, No. 327 Washington avenue ' Greenville, Miss. Call or r write for its Peculiar History and marvelous testimonials. Giving Back Dollar for Dollar, - The generous tort of values If wbatlnter eststti autumn clethlng buyers here; is ; wast gives the splendid- awing to the au- toma sell lag. It is evident to .very one (tat the tailong w. sail is the "money's worth" kind, the economical , satisfactory - sort. ' , t ' 1 ' '.- ' i - ' '. t . If it's a plump value 70 care for, if you 1 like stylish, modern tailoring, It's best to leave yoar order her.. Than you're certain,'. , to pay only the right price feature that' a - well worm yonr somiJeratlon. , Trices rau like these: 'i Panli t.4 i i S 00, I 3 50 to ill Fancy wis 1.1 7i. S 00 to 8 OB Coatf 8 00, S 50 to 20 00 BslU .'....:.. 12 OS,.' 12 80 to S 00 Over Coala 12 00, 13 SO to 37 00 Suits Cleaned, $2.50. Pants and vests proportionately. Satisfac; turn Guaranteed orypuiTjaoney; t, back 'M ? ! P. WDAVIDSON f i 138- Walaut street Greenvillo, Miss. 'J r felr . "Wiiii y .Ki i 1 iUava' and Mocha j x - . '. .;. J I J! ' 4 , The, Finest Prodr"Ad, Mr. Ben. Sarason loft recently for i short business trip to eastern markets Mrs. J, ,), Kettit, of Wayside, was the guest of Mm. McHue a few days during this week. Mr. Udy Cahn, of Grand Luko, Arlc, was a guost of friends hero on Wednes day. Mr. J. V. Bell has returned from a visit of several weeks to Hot Springs, Ark. Miss Bettie Yerger has retrrncd from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Short ridge, in Now Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. McHIe have the deep sympathy of the entire community in the loss of their pretty little daughter. Mrs. E. N. Skinner has taken the cottage formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Humphrey!! on Central Ave. Judge J. It. Wynn and his son, Mas ter William, have returned home after a sojourn of a few weeks In Memphis. Mrs. John A. Metcalfe left on Wed nesday for Virginia, on account of news announcing the Illness of her brother. Misses Bessie and Mary Kirk and May Pearl Scott, of Rosedale are three chxtrmlng guests of Miss Genevieve Stone. . Miss Daisy Joo Bryan, of Alabama, was the guest of her sinter, Mrs. New man winter, and Miss Maud Bryan this week. Mr, and Mrs. Max Heilborn have returned to their home in Memphis after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Mayor. Mrs. L. Prince and Miss Bessie Prince, of Lake Jackson, were here on Wednesday en route to Wilczlnski, to, visit, Mrs. Sallle Lyoll. Mrs. Carneal Warfield, of Arkansas, spent several days with Mrs. W. G. Yerges last week while on her way home from a visit to Memphis. Mrs. J. C. Greenland Jier daughter Miss Alice have returned from a visit to Mrs. Greenley's niece, Mrs. Bally, near New Orleans. Mr. Merrltt Williams, of Longwood, has been called to Vicksburg by news announcing the serious illness f bis brother, Mr. Charles Williams. Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Brooke, of Way side entertained a number of Green ville friends at a box party on Tuesday evening at the Grand Opera House. Mr) and Mrs. M. P. Sturdivant passed through here several days ago, enroute to their home in Tallahatchie county, after a visit to Mr, and Mrs. D. A. Love near Wilenlnski. , Mr. Charles Elliott and bride, nee Miss Geneviere Bennett, of Rising Sun, Indiana, were guests here on Sunday Df Mrs. T. B. Shaw, Mr. El liot's aunt, while bnroute , to theic home in Mayersvillo. Misses Pearl Trigg and Helen Fin lay left on Friday for San Antonio, Texas, where they will join Miss Trigg's father, Mr. Trierg, of Glasgow, Ky., and Mr. Orval Finliiy. They will be absent a month or six weeks. , Mrs. E. M. Middleton left a few days ago ior a visit to her mother in Port Gibson. Both Mr. and Mrs. Middleton have made many friends during the vsars they have spent 'here, who regret exceedingly to learn that they have decided to make their home in this city no longer. Mr. B. Ci Trigg was married to Mrs. Norma Wyatt on Thursday Feb. 25th in Coahoma, Miss., where Mr. Trigg, who is a promising young minister, has charge of the Methodist church- Mr. Trigg and his wife are expected here quite soon to visit Judge and Mrs.W. Trigg, the groom's parents. Among Greenville's many fair visit ore at the New Orleans Mardi Gras none were more admired than Misses Gracia Tilford and Rena Holland, who laid aside the studies of art and music, which they are persuing in the Cres cent city this winter,' just long enongh to enjoy the carnival festivities. . Misses Salhe Morgan Yerger and Sarah Poindexter, of Greenwood, were guests recently of Mrs. Wm. Christo pher, in Jacksonville, Fla., where the papers have contained most compli mentary notices of these attractive visitors and tell of several elaborate entertainments that have been givert in their honor. , Mis3 Yerger has been appointed sponsor for the Sons of Vet erans of the state of Mississippi. She Is at present visiting friends in Wash ington, and Miss Poindexter is" spend ing a few weeks with relatives iU Virginia. Both of these young ladles have been guests of Mrs. S. R. Dunn this winter, and have many admirers in jtbte clty,,(i,..-ww.i".- The Masquerade Ball. ' v i. An affair that fulfilled to the utmost the anticipation ot. Its ' promoters and well wishers "a was the Charity Ball and supper given at the Olympla Club ort Wednesday night, for not only was It a sooial success, but a financial one aa well, more than six hundred dollars hfllDg realiied for this noble cause. The dancers' were en masque, and so perfectly were ,th costumes carried out that the atfene presented was fascinatingly -'cosmopolitan," "varying as muoh in condition and age as in nationality;. . The exquisitely gowned Countess of Marllwrough dancing in a set with those- children of the forest, i American Indians, one of whom was a squaw with her, pftpoose, strapped to hor shoulders. An Ice quei;ii compla cently promenading with Summer. And Curdinal Klchelieu buying a newsjiaper from a twentieth century re)oiter! Could anything be more delightfully incongruous? Mcssers. Abe Blum and Henry Sdiall were the judges aud their task of awurding the prizes was by no means ensy. Mrs. Sol Isonberg, Miss Kitty Frankel and Mussers. F. Ehrlicb and H. B. Goldman, however, carried off the honors, and in an election for the most popular young lady, Miss Bculah Fraukel was tho.succcssful competitor. Tliu following is a list of those present: Gypsy queen Miss Nettle Marshall. Negro man Miss Elise Pohl. , Persian glrlMlss Ermle Scott. Foul bull player Louis Bergman. Organ grinder Miss Helen Moyse, assisted by G. Gugenheln and J. Moyse. Mexican Isadore Scott. Cowboy-A Heldingsfelder. Frog H. Bergman. ' Hoe-Bow S. Simmons and Chas. Rachelman, Negro woman Chas. Loeb. Spanish duncer Mrs. Ehlbert (trecnvtlle Democrat Miss Alma Marks. Greenville Times Miss H. Salmon. Ho9e Mrs. Lee Schwartz. t Gypsy Mrs. O. Ignace. Tilford, 2"a-8am Hartman. Two Irishmen D. Weinberg and Joe Wllczinski. Pink Domlnos Misses Mollie Hen del, H. White and H. Solvers, and M. Bergman. Dude Sam Mayor, Brick layer Emanuel Cahn. Society belles Meyer Brill, Joe New man, Chas. Ehlbert. Wan, the know nothing Jacob Lev ingston. - Mexican boy Davis Goldstein, , , . School girls Mtrasts Ray Ecketonc, E. and C. Schiesslnger, and Mrs. Leo pold Lewey. , Greenville High School Teainer, Mrs. Sol Brill; pupils, Mesdames C. E. Levingston, A. Blum, 8. Blum, Misess P. Elkas, Florette Goldstein, B. Frank al and Pearl Fisher, and Sam Blum. Cardinal Richelieu F, Ehrlich. Mrs. Carrie Nation Miss Pearl B. Simmons. Three Indians L. Blum, E. Brill, H. Blum. . Reb Shemuhel B. B. Goldman. Three Quakers Mrs. Simmons, MlsBes Lillle Marshall, Mozinski. Olympla Club Miss Bertha Fletch er. Spanish girls MrB. B. B. Goldman, Miss Esther Scott. Chinese maiden Miss Grace Pohl. Apjilli-iuif- lining :r S i ; . Hayseitl -.1. C. Uailjr.vky. Two-fat-vd man- lf,trry Fi-mm'o :. Bis Ilupkius Mi h (Jen t il !. Vi :. Muili-ltifi men - Loti'm ti.'nit, ,v! U. Stihlessingur. Mrs. Carrie Nation Mi i. (ireclan queen -- .Mi.'s Jeiini-id: .f'.'i1. Ice queun SIIhh Xetilc Ehrlicli. Snow Miss Carrif! WacliMinui. Summer--Mies Lclia Luziii iis. Night Miss GuKsyy Wiu'li-mnii. t Corn Miss Cluru Culm. Red Cross nutw Min Josi WU-.i-ski. ,Two Little Girlit in BIuo-Mm-s Blanche Bergman and EsU.Hi! Vi!r siinskl. Countess of Murlborougb - Min Ivoulse Levlngstono. ' . Next Friday will, (luteruiine the winner in The Times' cotton con test. Who tho successful ones are will appear in Sutnrlay's ihshc Don't miss tho paper. . J. j. RYAf', DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, Gz:$ and tobaccos Old lkli,anTMol. CALL FOR oun Special Good Liquors for Family Use and the Jug Trade. (Hanways & Kennedy's Old Stand.) WASHINGTON AVENUE. Greenville, Mississippi, iR, B. W. G11EEN, iriiiiuii mm Graduate of United iatatcs College of Don't Throw Good Money Away n v. t i-PMM, iSioff.'Ssc'S'aw Veterinary Surgeons, Msabr of U. 8. Medteal Assoc jati.a, i- ... Plantation and calls from other towns Promptly Answered, Office: A. S. OlLVs States. TELEPHONE KC). 3. Oeenville, MisAlssIf pi. Wallace ArncJd m7 Inspector of Watclies Illinois Central 1PVBVIT.'"ii in poor groceries, when you can bu fresh, pure and high-grade goods from us at the same price. No matter how cheap we offer our fine foodstuffs, delicacies, you can always depend on their quality be ing standard and worthy. Xo adulterated" foods are tolerated Jiere. BAIRD-SMITII GUOCI11Y CO. iVD ' Georgia Pacific KAlIJtOADS. Greenvillle, Mississippi Osteopathy i. &. "Bo mm an, "D. 6. Office over Frank Binder's .131 Washington ave. . CONSULTATION and . EXAMINATION FREE. PIKXNE 21. The Singer TJlzaxxizctuttt -, Viompany v it tlx us - ll'M Mr A W ' FHwAff? manager for the .'fiivill lu-.m.-li, . ... ... ... f.-openea and tlttert up mi deaot in the Scott building on Poplar etrett, in the oflire 'ormrly occupied l-v Henderson & Posey, cotton buyers, where will be found tho Genoine High Arm, Drop Head Singer IJ&cLL:zt c! for cash, or on long time with easy p aytnents. A!.1) a targe assortment of needles, carts oil." etc.. for aft jnakes of machines. Mail orders solicited and wili receive prompt attention, i -r y , (Kiln Dried Corn and Oatn Chops.) .lit-'-' . No cot'cl No 'old i."1-.! cT?Iay! .31 I.J. The r Feed for the S Cilii 1 Ask merchants for it. TcfcjLcs ZZ7.: 1 L J. W. D:'!, Southern D