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tnETiMS,cttvll cm-iri-i. sATurAY, 'KovEticca i& in i 8. ,W. Tilford went tha aaxlv r v Mil lit fOI I ' 11 Ui 1 .1 Hfl n 1 1 PHI i r ' ' ! iftlV mm "'i f - twin , n aiuui ft at 4W1M We df3 tavBj scc!i: tt sccicsi witd o J !" cat bclow.cost sale is tecacsc wc are " Giving st what we advertise T-' (i I VUlUmton, whtf have be u attract r Ii N lil8U of Cornelia feWoui, lift Last CHancel-Our great below" ist- sale" closes Dec; 6. Last eekof bargains, then wait! for jr new. Christmas line, bigger id cheaper than ever. STEGER HOLIES & COMPANY. to Saturday ft, their home is Holly Misses Kate vajud Suite) keys tun Carry Bojl Negus' aud Mr, Hurj' Btajfj iiug were member of a moat enjoya ble hqum party.i?ea .by-Miss Beie Erwin tlii week on Lake Washing ton.. if e m. STATIONERS AM BIKSELS.tt GREENVILLE; MISSISSIPPI. 31) Hi I IN5F0N AVEJ yy5i:y'''-'' m Mr.. Siui, of Rolling, Forkwwas a guest ip'thU city on Wednesday,' ' p. Mrs. J.? Hi Jones jnd, interesting children, it. Natche, are gtut of Mrs. Jones' Bister, Mrs. E. KJiugmau. Miss Sadie Mnnde Rucks' hrnr been the guest for,sonie days of) Mrs. S, B. Wilson in Vicksburg. j J'' Mrs. Witm y and Mrs. Saner, of St. Louis, ure guests of Mrs. HcniiHU Wil czinski, ! Mrs. M. J. Mullins, woo has been visiting friends iu W'ineWfer, Ky., for the past few weeks, i r turnd on Wednesday. Mr. ii ud Mis. B. C. Edwards mid children, (if Luke Washington, were fcEi sts of tile Co-.vau HoKl ,'i'uesduv eji-Kate t(i Grenada to ulteud tin- illi;'.i!..s-Ci'ii(i;n ninrfiiit'. Jivish V. omen s Countil. j'1ielio:i:! of direitoiii'of tile Jewish Woiaens' Council will lioUl their uteitiiii; Monday nftcrnoou i;t Srfi'i o'cliK k i t Mrs. f(. ji fkv's ri-siflencc. Mrs. Clius. E. Ehlb; .t, Co.-. iiv. .1 r 4F fl II al A B ii x t r iTn t ? r j -j . 1 " 1 - GOOD 5 REASONS For Much Thaiikssriviris: Anions: Mrs. Wil.iarfi licr.bcrg r.tcrta'r.s Mrs. Willii.m Iscubcrpt gt:vc ft hnnd ou;e evening pii.'ty last Meek in hon or of her charming guett, Missi'iirrie Rosnbuum, of Meridinu. Eueii.u wis ldayed aud the" in-izes von bv Miss Bt-itlia Fletcher and Mr. Joe Ntwuiau. !ds us putting forth a special effort this year to get more bus Is. Our ordinary, every day effort is not slow, but we in ' j to go at an unheard of gait throughout the next year. re must be something doing all the time. We offer every kement that reason eould expect. I v m lay ana lues rin Id sale of table linens. We have made a special effort in I department and can show you th most beautiful and dainty Ins at prices that are remarkably cheap. Monday and Tues y we will put on sale all of our $15.00 and $20.00 ladies coat Isini all styleslandlcolofs $4751 i Our stock of ladies skirts i coats is replete with all latest novelties, i ne Bamfe tore from Rinkrnif shirk; frrm all oirh of ti: W)H1 whxrt ppuht for less tim .tJ actual cost of. manufacture, and we can afford to se.l our , - y j goods for less that the regular stores pay for theirs. Give us a call- j 3 ANEmi0PT -STOCKS ONLY I- - 7 GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. t f fj& 4 The Social World 1 And Unas that Interest Women I Florence Drummond and Biuinon spent Thankggiving Ii Mis Drummond'B sister, f--Jr., at Maxims. ' tchardson, of Monroe) La., ! week to ipend the month -to with her daughter, Mre. 'alfe. udrew Stewart; o'f New Or- visit to friends in Green , week. ,'d M- Geo. Wheatley have after a few weeks' stay at 1 Springs. - ruest Bourge has gone to i winter with her daughter, tfount in Dallas, Texas. :. Holland and Miss Rena visiting relatives in New -'lioSeay has issued invita !e marriage of her daughter, ;rande, to Mr. Jacob Strick " ety. which will take ' Wednesday evening, Decern -tentl. at Christ Church in Tenn, the bride's home, k. Gilkey, who is stationed government fleet at Rex, "iksgiviug with Greenville -arie Cowan returned this 11 visit to Mrs. W. W. m at Wayfcido, and left ' iivs stay hero to be the 'ives iu VickshnrK. Mrs. Lou Prince, of Lake Washing ton, lias been the guest of Mrs. S. M. Lyell for the past few days. . Miss Antoinette Starling is on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. cave Johnson, in Coahoma county. Mm. Lncian Gay aud her small Priestly, Mr. Joel P. Hill, of Maxims, was in the city last Sarturday. Mrs. Richards spent the past week with .her daughter, Mrs. Magruder, iu Hollundiile. Rev. James Cunningham of the M. B. Church, was a guest recently at the home in this city of his sou, Rev. J. E. Cunningham. I Mrs. Drake, of Helena, was the guest for a few days last week of her Bon, Mr. Far. Mrs. Floyd Walton and Mrs. R. W. Tilford sieut Tlianksgiviug ut the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Henderson near Greenwood. Irs. J. H. Wyuu has returned witn K'n's Daughters' Circle No. 3, A number of youiig girls met Wed nesday afternoon at the home of Mis. S. R. Geise and formed a King's Daughters' Circle No. 8. Miss Maria Hensley Starling was elected leader; Miss Lucille Oliver, vice leader; Miss Emma Hidcr, secretary; and Miss Louise Finch, treasurer. r Costomers, Sum Soucl Club Entertained. The Sans Souci Club was entretaiu- ed on yesterday at a beautiful card party given by Mrs. Henry Crittenden. It was intended as a decidedly club affair there being only five tables. Vases of chrysanthemums and a pretty arrangement of brilliantly col ored foliage .pleasingly suggested the autumn season in the decorations of the haitdi-ome home. Refreshments were served in four courses and the prizes awarcien to Mrs. fct.Misel. Mrs. G. B. Alexander, Mrs. E. R. Worthani and Miss Straw. Tl 10 r'' h trntlicrins f ue;i n il!o 'vear.-iMea horn 'I ul an' n t iirlit io i!i eve, tird oi l ii'wii-e tl v muse ,f mu. Ii jou insr, Ika!.tifrtl ml cx-.-. m i luin. & r lull ind ini l t in : .Jiicki I-. wnl-v silli inul riml slnirt Ih, Ii .i-rv, knit 'jn tl co-ilx in (iliU' (in tiiTny of nili.i s; i i, it ui i!e i i.i , mi!ii g j, wii", k l a' v's in u'l cnlni's, anl liUlidl'ds nf i ttuji- nrtict-s iii-cSnrv J I- I l:e c mtol t Ml I in'm i,u:Hlt i'f wonu-fl mu) cliildren art' 1ii-i c ui so 'l m-u-h-. n,-' tvrn.T"g ti in-'-' "ii in 'M i t hj rnoh t Milt H I le f. m i i ii t i Ii'- ii a-1 I'" -"' i ost . Our tf.m i nw iihw m rmilo ullil will lie Ln i!i)!ny in due tiiin . Wt -r: iS-Htikftil for y.mr pust i.iirmnisft' and trust 1 (in this I haiikHojvinfT Day yiii liao n'liincliiniiii to Ihi iliiijiktiil f n! ; Yours truly, STOVALL & COMPANY, g JPhone 308. GREENVILLE, MiSSISSIPP;. 3J7 Washing on Ave. : Charmii Tuiid.y Allernoon Soci.il Event. On Tuesday afternoon Mis. Wm. Bass iaid Miss Lollie Bass gave in honor of the Sans Souci aud Cinch Clubs, one of the prettiest card par ties that has ever taken place this actuaiu. - ' ' The parlors uud libmry where the gan ewas played were tastily decorat ed in a profusion of roses and crysan tlieuauiis, r.ud tlje Sco:.e was kfj-tou ps ucoek blue and green cards beuriug the combined monogriuus of the tvo clubs. Four delicately tinted shower rosettes of liberty satin v.c.- given for prizes. Mrs. J. R. Junes, Mrs. C. Kood, of Magenta, Mrs. J. E. Aiken and Mrs. Milton Smith, of Liland, being the foinnute' winners. ..Follow ing the game a deliciously prepared luncheon was served. Mrs. and Miss Bass were assisted iu enteitaiuiiig by Mrs. Laurence Rass and Mrs. E. N. Thomas. EveryjrJiing New fn Books and Stationery at grandsons, J. T., and Uay rneswy, Tha(, after a visit t0 cmosta of Mrs. Miacuecou on ......... " r land" plantation. relatives" in Arkansas. Mr Mrs. Wm. Meisuer spent Mr. Irwin Cowie, of Liverpool, En- gpvori(i aayH during the week visiting gland, arrived recently to speuu n-1 frien(ls ju Crrollton. nt Aturtran t Georee has returned arrived recently to spend tne winter in this city. Mr. Percy Hoge., of Frankfort, Ky., , aft.,r .i dightfnl visit i -m r ..J X W T. . .. is tne guest oi ml mm -- - tiTt.s m jac-Ksou. Ireys, Jr. Mnj Grastv. urrived on Tuesday to ' Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Polk, ' vigit Vier mother, Mre. A. S. Han have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. way W. Tilford, left on Sunday . to visit . returned on Tues- Mr. andMrs. Alex Henderson at Run- M f() Mis8 to their to rela- Mudamci Sh.nahin and Canuon En'crtaln. One of the most pleasurable of the week's social happenings was tlie dance given by Mrs. D. P. Shanahnn and Mrs. John Canuqn Kt 1 the court house on Wednesday evening. Mis. Shauahan and Mrs. Cannon received their guests iu a large down stairs room that had been especially pre pared for that purpose and after danc ing had been enjoyed for a number of hours refreshments in the form of dainty ices aud cakes were served. Among those present were : Mr. aud Mrs. D. P. Shauahan, Mr. aud Mis. John Canon, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kenan, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Arnett, Mr. aud Mrs. Scurey, Capt. aud Mrs. Quiun, Misses Woolham, Davis, Ray, Jennie Buchanan, Daisy Halllett, Mable Anderson, Blanche Johnson, Flossie Quiun, Celia Quiun, Ruby Ray, and Messrs. Riley, Pierce, Pevcrosky, Steve Roan, Harry Hollingsworth, Tom Friel, Dan McLean, Chas. Mul ler, George Maugham, Johu Anderson, Brown, Willie Quiun, John B. Caii uou aud Joe Moore. , t nymeade, aud relatives in ?""" i . , .t hor j,iaut.ntion home iiuiuc , ham before returning in Columbia, Teun. Mr. Joe Newman was a guest at the opening ball of the Jewish Club ra Vicksburg last week. Miss Mary Dunbar, of Dallas, Tex as, who has been visiting in this city, has gone to be the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Harry Robinson, in Lake Village, Ark.,. whence she will goto visit' friends in 'Memphis. r. r o nf..lf lies cone to attend the French "P? Kew X near Friars Poiut Mrs. Bvrd Trigg and her daughter Miw Marv of Virginia, ar guests of Judge and Mrs. W. R. Trigg. Mr James Pohl has returned from a 'few weeks' stay in New Orleans greatly improved iu health. Mr." Dunbar Archer paid a visit ,hi, week to Mr. Morgan Johnson at "Woodford" on the Bogue. Mr and Mrs.. Robert Whitfield have gone to make their no... ... ! foturf near Aberdeen- Delegates Return and Report. Mrs. Neilson and Miss Louise Hider have returned from Vicksburg where they attended, as representatives, the meeting of the Kings' Daughters State Executive Board. The board mt.r .it Mrs. McCabes' residence, ' and after telephoning a message of sym nathv to the State Secretary, Mrs Howe, daughter of the late Rev. Hugh Miller Thompson, Bishop of Mississip pi Mrs. MeCabe was called . to the chair and presided at both sessions, in the morning at ten o'clock nnd iu the afternoon at two o'clock on No vember 2 . It vvjiS recommended that all pro nooiiini's of State-convent ious and all ' Stata work should be published every (year so that all circles be kept in ' touch With the work of the State. ' ! May 8th w:.s :i uu:1 as l:.te of the ni.'i tin;? of A-' convention iu Vieks- rucn'c da 1 ILK 3 OU F o When you want Stationery, follow the crowds, the economical buyers, the: busi ness men: the ladies' and children, and you will find yourself at Archer's. Only 6 weeks till .Christmas! l So come to see our presents. We offer Christmas shop- Sers in the city and county exceptional argains in Books, Dolls. Office Supplies. Candies, Toys, Games, Pictures, etc. Our stock of BIBLES , is Large and we are making great reductions m price. If you need a Bible, now is the time to buy. Don' forjjeMlie 0!acc! Archer's Book Store, $ Town Lots for Sale. ? Phone No, 19, Poplar Street burg in May. An amendment to the constitution was that five instead of three officers be elected State Secretary, Vice State Secretary, Recording Secretary, Vice Recording f Secretary : and Treasurer. All individual members are to be urged to unite with the circles near est them, thereby carrying out the spirit of Article II, Section II. It was also decided tl extend thanks to the Central "Council for valuable aid iu the past, but-us the work in Misisssippi is progressing so rapidly and on such a solid foundation, not to invite a representative of the Council to the next meeting to be held in May. In Honor ol Misi Roierbaum. Misses Jeanetto Hartmau und Net tie Marshall were the charming host esses at a beautiful entertainmcnt this week given at the Marshall residence on Theobold Avenue in honor of Miss Carrie Rosenbaum, of Meridian. The evening began with a gnessing contest, songs and their composers be ing the. chosen sulijei !h. ' In this Miss Bertha Fletcher and Mr.Krasuopolski, of Areola, were victorious and were presented with a bronze bust of Cloo , patra and a handsome shaving set. Next on the program was a contest for I the prises offered for the most miracu i lous stories told. This novel form of i amusement was enthusiastically eu , tered into and much merriment was i caused bv the wonderful works of imagination produced by many of the young people present, however, Miss Grace Pohl captured the ladies' prize, , a dainty gauze fan, aud Mr. Howard ttergnian mo gentlemen s prize, a watch fob. Two baskets Were thou brought iu filled with green and fiiuk cards, Mother Goose rhyme being be gun on those of one color and flushed on thos.6 of the other, and the drawers of corresponding cards were tete-a-tete pivitncrs for fupper that was served iu four courses r.t smalll tables in, the dining room, decorated artistically in lovely roses aud chrysanthemums. The guests were Miss Rosenbaum with Chas. Loch, Miss Florence Mav- , or with Abe Johl, Miss Miim I V--' eufleld with Will Newman, M:s ('. cile Rom-iiS.- 1.1 v itti X. t. T S; ss. s Jueuett Johel, mid Sadie Johl w.tli Emanntd Uuhn, Misses BInnchr Schwartx, and Hanah Solomon wita L. B. Pepperninii, Miss Bertha Fletch er w ith A.Heidingsfelder, Miss Nettye Ehrlich with Dan Weinberg, Mini Louis Livingston with L. Scott.Mins es Ray anil Carrie Wachsman with I Chas. Stern, Miss Gussie Waclrsmar jwith M. Hartmau, Misses Bell aud l Francis Marshall with Abe Waldnucr, , Miss Lillie Marshall with Sam Hait i man, Miss Perle Willingham with Jue , Silversteiu, Miss Essye Sehlesingcr I with B. V. PepHr,mau, Miss Clainlie Sj-hllesinger with Leon HeilhmiuMiw Elaiidin Bergman, w ith Eph Wolfjj, Miss R.yv Ei-kstone with Fn-d Lnudau. .Miss Millie Hend. 11 with Jake He.i- di l.Miss Adi.l.ne S.nttw.ii h Sig VVoU. Miss Esther Scott wi.h Howard ivf. man, Miss Grace Pohl with I-.eiiin txtttt. Miss ' Hannah (;('.!iW,.iti wiiV i Henry St lii-Il. Stags: L. riiUIi:,. of Cini-imiiiti. ,T. Philliis. ,.f fio,-,., 1 r.!.ti.L. Vcdii-. i f Cm. ;....! ;. !!. i i iberg. of N, w ti.i,-: . A : - I1 !v i ' ".' 'm: 1 ' j V. Kr,.,,,. ' Orleans.