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.1. 2 Social World Andlhings that Interest Women siiardina came the holidays. home i urt Fergnnou gpeut liia oucle, Mr, Wm. .loziiwkl, o and Emma Anderson, f. Ark., were guests of yr daring the lutter uber. tiirilug lias returned ner Bisters, Mrs. Wal- , Mrs. LiudHity, iu Mrs. Popper iu Frank- .:y, of Memphis, unci try, of Birminlium, Hints of Mr. and Mrs. st week. a Buchanan night from a "inula. Coppee has Bottie Irey retarn l , visit to been for the Mm. W.Vf.fkone has returned from lacksou aonnjmyied by her daughter, Mrs. E. P. Odeueal, who will be lier guest for a few weeks. .Miss Sullie Morgan Ycvge;', of Greenwood, is ou a visit to Mrs. S.jl. Dunn, ' Mrs. MuryO. Winter mid lu-r so:;, Mr. Neal Winter, who Ji.:vi !vu guests of Mr. mid Mm. .nwiuiiu Winter, left on Tuesday for is.iriug. Held, Ills. Mrs. Joshua Skinner ami li.'v dinight- or, Mj-k. Lloyd, have gone u fii-wrl the remainder of the winter iu X'i v.- Oi'leauji. hunt week wai an onuaually merry one fj. the l.ttlo folk vl, GreeurilUv for. ide from the many' Tiaita of Sutl Clam down the chimneys on OliristmM eve, the young ladiei of the Presbytjriann congregation dis tributed gifU from huge hamper; and numerous beautiful tree were decked with tiny light and toy es pecially for the delight of the small people, among the largest being the Oies at the Episcopal Church and at Mrs.S.K. Geise's given by the King's Daughters Cirt le No. 8, ou Tuesday, and at the homes of Mrs. Edmund Taylor and Mrs. W. G. Yregcr and at tlio Methodist Church ou Wednesday. ud gold with a o'.ost of Unlet at d dark green leaves caught in the ril bon bow knot on eat h. Beftre the garni the guest w re seated at small, tables Jaud a dainty luncheon was prettily Served. The first course cons' sted "of oyster oocl-1 tails, in tull gl tsses oin: mented with holly sprays. Then came chicken , talad in rosy cl ked apples, then the quails enrrou:ded by wreathes of holly and ter ed Aiith red wine, and finally delicious ambrosia? iu orange baskets tied witli red ribbons. ' j Mrs. Bell v on the first prize, Mrs. M. P. Sturdivaut the sceouB, a year's J aubsrtiption for the LndleR Home Journal beginning with the Christmas number in its bright holiday decor;.- ( tious. Mrs .W. li. Montgomery von ' the prize for lone bauds and Mrs. John wi.ni Bs'll tlio losiili.tion. At the tonchiison ol the gam t:iblis vi'iM reiLOVt'd a d 'Miis I VfALL m i3UU 10 Mr. and Mrs. W. E. MonlKomery entertained with a very delightful . house party tit their attractive home, I'T.oeut-t," daring Christ oiph j fie gurrts being mo.nhe'.'s of the im ! in,';linl! familv. elullren and grand , olnl livn.of Mr'.aml Mrs. Moutenmery. i McC'ctcheou, Me.rgaret George q,l ll.i imeedes, who lias been jucille Duuu, left ou ner home in Vicksbur irown, of Vicksburg, b . Leon Loeb. toman,of Yazoo City.l's 'arrie Belle Negus. , no Wheeler, fm;. Sam Montgomery, O.' Tenry Starling attended a on Tuesday evening men in Bosedale ' and .;ity they wert guests ot Jharies Soott. . , . ,'. J. It. Strickland ar fs since after a bridal t, and axe pleasantly home of Mr. and Mrs. n'Theobold ave. Brandon has returned i relatives in Natchez. Barnes spent last week . this city. Sturidvant, of Talla y, was a guest of Mr. I. Love last week, ! i Stone Walker has re - an absence of several with relatives and North Carolina and H.s , j ' ' - iJti Hunt has returned, from Lsit to Miss Susie Yer-illo- ... u Allen Crittenden, who chool in Frankfort, Ky. , c the holidays. Conly, of Lake Village, ;u est last week of 'Mrs. :'y 13. Logan a nd Eliza- Shelby ville, Kyi, are S. P. McCutcheon ou . ....... .. t. Somorvile retnrnod !re : hool in Spring Hill : iliort vawition. . Cowio lias gone to visit - Geo.Cowio iu Memphis. i Aron spout several days at Jiis former , home in ::uk Armstrong left last a.flsliiugton, after having . ts of Mr. and Mrs. ho- i M. Lyell was a gncts on relatives near Wilczinski. fsi of Owensboro, Ky. , is t to her father, Rev. mrose. . Emery-visited friends Is., recently. rt Walker, who has been Mis8 Faiiuie D. Walker, f to visit relatives in rt Matthews and her in ldren, of Avon, are guests kleford. Primrose is a guest at the i father, Rev. Dr. J. W. )'''- . " Bryan has returned from i taken charge of the 1st ty', school. She will be a 3 remainder of the winter r.'Mrs Newman Wintre. ie Hardgrave siient sever ug last week as- the guest a Atterbury. Hid Mrs. Thomas J. Seun ittle sou, Elliott, left last it relatives in Alabama i to'Lieut. Senn 'a, station ad. '. ia, Johnson v weeks in has gone to Union City, I. rones was the guest re r son, Mr. Charles Jones, ia Wetherbee 'will leave days to viist .friends in iilie C, and Dora John- aphis, have been guests of their sister, Mr. Ed- Miss Hebe P.intdolph, if Wood stock, wns a guest for several Auyv last week of the Misses Brandon. Mr. and Mrs, Jnl'an Fort have rt - turmud from Como, Miss., where t! i spent last week with Mr. and JJ rs. Robert Fort. ; Miss Matfie. Aiken, who has been teaching in Areola, has returned to tjlas city and ttlkeu charge of a class ill the Archer, saliool. "Mr. Edward. Mugruder spent a few days last week at his home in Yjcksburg. """ ",T""" " "" "T" :.;Mr.- and Mr Kmcaid .were the guest of Mr. Kincaid's pareuts iu LouiyillerKy:i ' during the holidays ' JMr. James Prince left recently to spend- several weeks in Loudon and then go on a traisness trip to SoutJi Africa? The celebration of the betrothal tf Miss Maud Brown to Mr. Chas. Loeb, oi. ureenviiie, neia in vicksburg on Sunday, was attended by Messrs. A. Johl,H. Schall, J. Scott and II. Bergnfan of this city. . ' " Mr.'; Melville Schlesinger will leave tomorrow to enter business college in Birmingham. Mr.; Dudley Avery has returned to Greenwood after visiting friends in this city. The Misses Ward entertained pret tily on Christmas evening in honor of the Whist Club. Mr. and Mrs.Edward Holland have announced the engagement of their daughter, Rena, to Mr. William Fran cis Fordham, of Florida. .The mar riage will take place on the tenth fjof February.'., . IV3 Announcement has been "Jmade in Frankfort, Ky., of tlio engagement of Miss Prudence Chiuu, daughter of Mr. Frank Cliiun, to Mr. Sam Mason. Miss Chiuu is a niece of Capt. W. E. Hunt and Mr. D. F. Hunt, and for the past two -winters lias been a guest in this cit.y whore she 1ms won scores of friends by her charming per sonality. . .. ...,.-.... . .. .. Little" Miss Marguerite Bftileyeu tertnined her friends with a birthday party on Thursday from a to 5 o'clock. Games 'were en.ioved until 4 o'leock when delightful refreshments were served in the dining room, which was decorated in pink and white. In tho menu r" refreshments served the iees aud bon bous carried out the pink and white harmony.. The place cmls were dainty little Ximis cards iu pink and white. Miss Alice Greenley was the charm ing hostess at ono of the most enjoy able of the Christmas cntertainmetiis, tho occasion being a flinch party given on Moudav evening. Her guests were : Misses Nellie Coppee, Bettie Ireys, Nannie Neilson, Sallio Hunt, and Jiilin Juhnson; Messrs. Wilbourne Scruggs, Robert Somerville, Claude Johnson, Frank Gaboury and William parting. A most enjoyable dance was given at the Olympia Club on Wednesday night to welcome in the New Year. Thev included Dr. and Airs. Horace ' JJitssiieare and Mis;! Mum Bresiieare, . oi V.Teterville, Mrs. T. K. Winches t ;r, iui.strc Kemp snd Misf Evelyn Wnhesi, Mrs. En. rno Montgomery and Muster Jolin F. t nt ..o.i.ery.Mrs. jW. P. H. u.Ieisou and JXh s Mary I Clal'k.Miss lielleY.'ad.', Kiss Inez Mont- goiKWy R'i'l Mii:s (iif vnide JTuutgon. cry, of Xitli. z, Mrs. M.C. Moiil(.om" eryand Misses Kr.tie C.;me'on and Dor'otliy Mont,: oae.y, of Fraukliu couuty, Mrs. W. H. Poll, Miss Ckr.t May aud Miisiers Monterey and W.H., Jr.. of Vicksburg, Mr. Alan Mont gomery, of lielzoni, si?d Mr. Surr Montgomery, of thiscit. Ou Sunday evening Miss i2eftlu ' WaUauer . charmingly 4-lt&v4Ll?!. sixteenth birthday by entertaining her friends, iu a most gracious manner, the houorees of the' occasion being Miss Lillian Fried and Mr. Louis Fried, of Vicksburg. A color scheme Of red and green wasVrectively wrougtli out i .holly and'mistletoe and mryiad of crimson andemerald lights. At eigth o clock twelve" picture repreenting pUys were drawn apou' a blackboard, bad an enthusiastic guessing contest was entered into, for which the prizes, a jewel case and a gold ink well, were awarded to Miss Lillian Fried and Mr. Alphouso Hirsch. This was followel by the words "Sweet Sixteeu" being formed into various combinations, the greatest number being made by Miis Rose Winston and Mr.Jerome Hirsch. They were rewarded with a cameo powder box and silver mounted clothes brush. Dancing was then enjoyed until a late hour, when the guests were ' in vited into the parlors and each pre: sented with a pair of scissors with which to cut a trophy from a beauti ful tree of fortune, and thence into the dining room where an elaborate repast was served. Misses Waldauer and Tried both wore evening toilettes, prettily nar monying with the rich tints in the decorations. Miss Waldauer was the recipient of a number of lovely presents. Those who enjoyed this delightful affair, besides the hostess and guests of honor, were : Misses Ada Mrashall, Rebecca Berwiu, Ruby Rachelman, Rose Winston, Flolrence Goldstien, and Elsie Polil ; Mesrss. E. Lewy.C. Rachelman, J. Hirsch, J. Ignace, J. Hartmau, M. Schlesinger, W. Scott, J. Livingston, A.Hirsch, S. Hartmau, B. Schlesiuger'and J. Strauss,- " Mi, it B. Lor.n, the guctt of honor, pr.ssed egg nogg from i .-litri e bov 1 . undre a brilliantly HfhU-d Chriftii: i;j tree r.nd presented ci'.eU ft'.;c.'t v ilh tiny red souvenir st;.'l'in flllj.l v li :i Sr, eet.s, " . . 'i here, will he no sai'viets it li.;; Methodist "Church tonxr.ow, Su . day, morning, on wcoimt of thcl funeral tervis ti the, lute Judj; Larkiu, whieh will be held i t th Presbyterian Church. The rsnal si: vices will take place at u:ght. , ..v. - b,lvfliai ilwi m VALUES 1 is not the greatest quantity but the greatest qi:a!:ty, rr d that is found here. At ho other $:orz h ihzrz :uch a c! ( c assortment of Reduced to FIFTY CEKT3 A YEAR Ma. .li.iu (re Dollar ; iress Goods- Trimmings, Notion 4 : r tapes? and beil Fko- 1 tutiuiM now b- (ar k.t Afn4can public. lthws New Unai w If ja' vcns. Ir. MUHnerJ. In Embrciiirr in CcoUng. In Woman's 'Work i4 tn Reading: uuaittt;j iUMrid ir. colon aad hi black -d whiio. Abe. s s'-l, ill . shos fvt eri (sshior.able New fc- a STTUis. ntadsi from New Ide Pt tsrns. w'ch cost only lOe. eacfc. S:ad Cens To-day5 foraslnr'e Soi:-y( tV.e Nu IdbaWomam's KAazr. niiiis wt..':l irt !(! lor the money II am giv yaii r :: f'. . , , f, - i: And no other .'tor: on. prices so low. Our display o ladies hand bags, be ts, handkerchiefs, silk and crochet shaw . boa', s?a plHows; gents fancy neckwear one tie to the boxj $v.$ m lfilcrsy (Jrsss shirt nrbtcctofs ar.d ladies - and cents go! J t,k:indltLumbreliasj$ L resistably. inviting, because it presents so micri in elegance, variety and value. We oiter these things o.i a varkty of merit, confident that they will win -approval. No more useful or appropriate Christmas gift could be selected than (htsr. and the prices are so low that none need be without a gift of remembrance on Dx 25, 1902. J , ' Yours tru ! v, KEW IMA rUBLISHI'-U STOVALL&CO T& A -ft Phone 308. Girvito;- Mississippi. T-.-r y i v f . 3 1 7 Waslifnglon Are Mrs. S. P. Mi-Cnteiieou entertianert the Cinch Club ou Wednesday at an elaborate and perfectly arranged card party. The Christnms idea whs beau tifully carried out during the entire entire afternoon, doorways aud win dows were crowned and mant-ls banked with holly, and iu a howl filled with holly were placed the tally cards, representing bells in en nrson Trustee Sale.: Notice Is hereby given . that the uu- 1 dersigned, Trusteed the matter of the Bankruptcy of Petw Duskas of Green ville, Mississippi, w(J,fn.the 7th day of January,' l!K).'l, at wnbmil tlia hour of 1 o clock, Noon, at the storehouse in Greenville, Mississippi, lately oc cupied by the said , Bankrupt, Sell at public outcry, to the highest bidder, for cash, all of the book accounts and choses In action in his hands as sucli Trustee. ,A listof said accounts is now in the hands of said trustee and may be examined by any person, on ap plication to said Trustee. FRKD LANDAU, Trustee. Notice of Trustees Sale. Notice is hereby piveu that tho un dersigned, Trustee in the matter of the Bankruptcy of D. G. Love, of Ar eola, Mississippi, will on Monday, January li, 1003, at or about thejionr of 13 o'clock,' noon, sell, at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, all of the nssets iu his hands s such trustee, except the portion thereof al lotted 'to the said Bisnlu-ubpt its exempt. W. .T. R151I), Trustee L t Santa Claus' Headquarters, ARCHER'S BOOK STORE Geo. wibHek -Agent.- Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Hay, Oats -Brand etc. Headquarters for Internatiorl and P ratts Stock Foods Poplar Street. ! Toys ford: he children o Present folks. A o Chri for full tmas grow hou a n se n cl rybody Is I 'holiday goods. ni'iieii to Oal! aiid E xamnio i the IPlace! t23 Main Street, Greenville Miss ft We Offer the Ptdblt c Tte most complete line of watctes, diamonds and jewelery ever brought to Greenville at prices that will astonish yoa. We also have a complete line of cnt glass, bone vases, crestwove wear and sterling silver novelties. It will pay you to give us a call. PEPPERMAW, The Jeweler V ' V- 1 I At W 7 "s,' "fc" fc" 0- S "W Archer's Book Store, Town Lots if Phone Nc. 19, Tcplar Street. Tj-p-yp y& r w ihtr 4r' There ey if,' no reliecuon so ; dainty, no itgnt so charming as the mellow glow that comes from concovA t c 1 Prpwd in mnr ccor tinl i 4 to h.rmotoit with sar . ton nd in i In dining (1 (A boil room or bn1. Btd f V" j 1 Christmas is Coming! I What Shall the Pres- l ents be? A pretty sit of furniture, a tanJscrr.c c r comfortafcle rocker, an elegant tolkt ret, r -j,t,f a :rVr?on. Evervtcdv knows -. STANDARD OIL COV ? rtafcfe as a selection. Evervtc I X fernitttre F' y. doratle and cl wp ImH i one clace Hi, aville to go and Ijat " one clace i CM. IIAi'JS,Ccr 0 $ c c 0 OKI nd fine --