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Persons having items of enter tainments or personal mention will please call phone 142-2 rings Miss Gertrude Montgomery has re turned after visiting Mrs. Jacobs, near Shaw, Miss., and her brother, Mr. Alan Montgomery, in Shaw. Miss Sissman, of Y'cksburg, is a guest of Miss Rebecca Berwin. Miss Lena Paxton has returned from a visit to friends in Indianola. Mrs. Ruben Orfutt, of Georgetown, Miss 2san Reason has returned Ky., was guest of honor at a delight- from a visit to friends in Greenwood. ; ful card party given on Thursday af ternoon by Mrs. J. W. Bell Mr. Hugh among the Hooke, of Leland, was week's visitors in Green- e. Miss Hazel Spegel, of Vicksburg, is visiting Miss Gertrude Guggenheim. Cleve- Miss Fannie Friedman, of land, is visiting Miss Sadie Wil czinski. o Mrs. Lena Schongut has returned after a visit of several monthes in New York. Mrs. Wilbor, of Jackson, Miss., is a guest at the home of her brother, Dr. K. P. Odeneal. o Miss Lehman, of Jackson, is a guest of Miss Jeanette Hartman and Miss Nettie Marshall. Miss Maggie Smith, of Leland, has been a guest of Miss Mary Thomas during the past few days. Mrs. M. F. Johnson, of Natchez, has been a guest of Mrs. Ben John son during the past week. Miss Charlie Scott, of Rosedale, has been a guest of Miss Belle Bark ley during the past week. o Mrs. Thomas J. Senn is located at the home of Mrs. Mary Robinson, on Shelby street, for the winter. , o Mrs. J. T. Kemp was graceful hos tess at a small bridge party on Thurs day afternoon at Hotel Cowan. o Mrs. Rodney, of New Orleans, paid a visit recently to her brother, Mr. Henry Lengsfield, in this city. Rev. Charles E. Diehl has been absent this week attending a meeting of Synod in Port Gibson, Miss. Mrs. D. A. Love has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. M. P. Stirdivant, in Tallahatchie County. Mr. E. R. Wortham has returned from St. Louis, -where he attended the Deep Waterways Convention. Mrs. S. SpingJm, of Leland, has been a guest of Mrs. Herbert Hirsch during the latter part of this week. Miss Julia O'Bannon was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. T. Tucker, in Leland, the latter part of the week. Miss Henderson, of Runnimead, ' was a guest of Mrs. Gracia Walton and Mrs. R. W. Tilford during the week. Mrs. M. B. Carson and her grand daughter, Miss Belle Barkley, left on yesterday to spend the winter near New Orleans. Miss Mattye Maude Smith returned' yesterday from Crawfordsville, Ga., where she has been the guest of rela tives and friends. Mrs. W. E. Steiner, who has been visiting Mrs. J. N. Ring on North Poplar street for a week, returned to her home in Shaw, Thursday morning o Miss Ella Stone, who has been -guest of Mrs. Alfred H. Stone in Washington since a sojourn of some months in Virginia, returned home on Friday. Mrs. Kate B. Gay and her daugh ter, Mrs. Howard Rodman, left on Mrs. J. P. Wilkerscm. Mrs. Hubert Vreeland, of Frankfort, Ky.; Mrs. Matt F. Johnson, of Natchez; Miss Margaret Newman, Mrs. N. S. Neil son, Mrs. Ruben Orfutt, of George town, Ky.; Mrs. Milton Smith, of Le land, Mrs. Middleton, of Shelbyville, Ky.; Mrs. Henry Finch." Miss Maggie Smith, of Leland; gowned in corn colored silk.; Miss Charlie Scott, of Rosedale, Miss., canary silk with overdress of embroi dered chiffon, American Beauty roses. Miss Louise"Finch, pink voile with lace trimmings; Miss Sallie Hunt, white silk with overdress of lace; Miss Florida Pilcher, white China silk, bordered with flowers, fashioned of soft silk; Miss Belle Barkley, pink chiffon and , silk, American Beauty roses; Miss Orville Stone, white silk with pink embroidered trimmings; Miss Mary Thomas, pink taffeta; Miss Nan Neilson, real lace and chif fon over silk; Miss Ruth Aldridge, canary silk; Miss Susie McCutcheon, pink silk; Miss Blanche Archer, or ange colored organdy: :Miss Cor nelia Sussion, white silk with net em broidered in silver; Miss Jennie Pax ton, pink Mull and lace; Miss Maria Hensley Starling, wihite Mull with lace trimmings. Messrs. Louis. Guy and George Hilzin, F. J. Millett. Hugh Hooke. of Monday for their home in Frankfort, j Leland ; Garnet Love, Malcomb and Ky., after a brief sojourn in Green-j Frank Robertshaw, Haycraft Finlay, ville. iW. M. Reid. Arthur Mann. Edwin o j Campbelljohn Finlay, Guy Allen, Mrs. Charles Holmes, who has been Chamberlin, A. C. Bell, Segine Al- visiting Misses Fannie and Sarah Walker, left recently for her home in Yazoo City. Mrs. Holmes was ac companied by Miss Sarah Walker, who will be her guest for several weeks. Miss Lizzie Fasten Kinkead, of Louisville, Ky.. and Miss Julia John son passed through this city a few days since en route to Miss Johnson's home in Vicksburg, where Miss Kin kead will spend the coming winter. o Mrs. Wilson II. Escott, and Miss Jen, Slack. Graves, Leo, Thompson, Hunter Perkinson, W. V. Smith, B. C. Wheeler, Bayle Shelby, Warren and Hal Jackson, J. C. Conly, J. M. Anderson. Claggett, W. W. Worth ingtomG. B. and J. A. Hunt, E. E. and Hugh Bass, Ben Johnson, W. A. Haycratt. Dorsey Richards, Charles Bourne, Lyne Starling, Jr., Herbert Thompson, of Benoit; Foster Thomp son, of Leland; Burton. L. Murphy, H. Wilkerson, Sam Montgomery, Carroll Cully. Gauntlett. Prof. Lite pot and D: Wilson, of Areola. o v I ft: J3lt I REASONS WHY Leyser & Co. is the place to buy your tan Clothing or Overcoat Men's New Fall Sttits SIS npHIS particular cut will be in the greatest demand, while others will prefer the double' breasted model, the styl, charac ter, individuality and superoirity of this cloth ing will appeal to men look ing to exclusiveness in cut HIGH ART CLOTHING has them all styles and cuts and material in - Cassimcre., Chevoits and Worsteds in a brdad range of Grays, Plaids, Checks and Mixtures also Blue and Black. To the man who wants to pay 18 20 25 " S30 we have a rare assortment of exclusive garments at a saving of 25 per cent- FALL and WINTER Shirts, Plain ana Pleated Bosom in "White or Fancy pattern, regular cr coat shirl $1-$1.50$2 GLOVES In all the new shades o Tan, Gray and Gun Metal from $1 p ...EN S UN DERWEAR fa Fleeced Lined or Wool. Unusual values $l-$2-$2.50 S3$5 MEN'S OVERCOATS QUR showing of Men's Outer Garments for Fall w and inter embraces every known model of worth, in quality and. cut. Those overcoats were designed by the foremost designers and from the viewpoint of styles, fit and finHi cannot be excelled if you want to pay t n $15.00 " $18.00 to $30.oo for an Overcoat we have what you are looking for ii Leyser Greenville ; & Company cMiss. 9 J J Bessie Escott, of Shelbyville, Ky., olympia Club Opening Dance j were in Greenville recently while en j i route to Blanton, Miss., where they I The . opening ball of the Olympia ' will spend Thanksgiving and later !Club took P,ace on Wednesday even- they will return to this city and be guests of Mrs. J. E. Aiken for several j weeks. I o Elysian Club Dance. A beautiful ball was given at the ' Elysian Club on Thursday ing and was one of the most brilliant social functions of the season. A color scheme of crimson and green was strikingly carried out in the decorations, and during an inter mission between the round of dances an elaborate supper was served. The march began at nine thirty evening grand by Mrs. James E. gus and her two o'clock, led by the club's president, charming daughters, Misses Carrie Mr. Leon Fletcher, with Mrs. Fletch Belle and Susie Negus. The receiv- er. Other hosts and guests included: ing party including: Mrs. Negus, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Ehrlich, Mr. and Mrs. Wade H E. Negu Miss S ling and Mr. Douglass Woolard, and Mrs. Ben Sarason. Mrs. Berwin, stood in the parlor where tall vases ' Mrs. Lena Shongut, Mrs. A. Berg of American Beauty roses lent a man Mrs. J. Ehrlich, Mrs. Schwab, pleasing floral touch to the handsome Miss Loeb. Mrs. Charles Livingston, furnishings of the room. Mrs. Negus j Mrs. E. G. Marshall, Miss Pearl Sim wore black silk, with point lace and mons, gowned in white radium silk diamonds; Mrs. Hunt, black crepe jan(j lace, with Mr. M. Hartman: Miss de chine and real lace; Mrs. W. H.;Rubv Rachelman. blue silk, lace 4 ' W. E. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Schall, Mr. and Mrs. Negus, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. j Sol. Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Isen- ?us, Miss Carrie Belle Negus, (berg, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bergman, Jusle Negus. Mr. H. W. Star- Mr. and Mrs. Herman- Seeman.tMr, r E2S2SI Negus, blue chiffon over silk; Mrs. 1 W. E. Negus, white silk with over- Ruby trimmings, with Mr. Joe Wilczinski Miss Sissman, of Vicksburg, canary dress of lace; Miss Negus, light blue ' ilk w;th Mr. Jacob Livingston; Miss E. Klingman, Mr. and Mrs. Geise, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mos- silk; Miss Susie Negus, white lace over silk. The grand march began at nine thirty and near the mid-night hour supper was served in courses. Among the guests were: Mr. and Mrs. E S. R ! by, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Strickland, Mr. (and Mrs. Robert Francis, Mr and Mrs. Henry Crittenden. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Montgomery, Major and Mrs. J. B. Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Cutch eon, Mr. and Mrs. George TurneT, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hood, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Hunt, Dr. and Mrs. Hen derson, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. E. N Thomas, Mr. and mm? IIP lit The First National Bank of Greenville, with Capital and Surplus over S25 0,000.00, offers to Depositors every facility which their balances, busi ness, and responsi bility warrant wfS? an? Jeanette Hartman, blue satin, with Mr. I. Lehman, of Jackson; Miss Ada Marshall, white lace over silk, with Mrs. Chas. Rachelman; Miss Fannie Friedman, of Cleveland, blue crepe de chine, with Mr. Malcolm Bergman; Miss Rebecca Berwin, Vhite silk, over dress of net, with Mr. A. Hiller; Miss Blanche Bergman, white Mull, with Mr. Abe Johl; Miss Gertrude Gug genheim, pink silk and lace, with Mr. I. Schongut; Miss Lehman, of Jack son, white Swiss over blue silk, with Mr. M. Guggenheim; Miss Hazel Spegel, of Vicksburg, yellow silk, with Mr. David Weinberg; Miss So phie Levy, of Grand Lake, white lace over silk, with Mr. Sam Hartman Miss Sadie Wilczinski, white silk overdress of lace, with Mr. Leon Hil- brort. Messrs. fc. Blumensteil, Clar ence Lee, A. Hiller, of New Orleans;1. C E. Rawnister, L. Frankel. of Gun nison, S. Stein, of Natchez, Joe Cohn. H. Frankel. J. Hendel, E. Wolf, E. Brill and M. Brill. The young women all carried pink carnations,, the uniiormity ot which produce a most pleasing effect especially- in the grand march. Table Cloth 68 in. wide, 1-2 bleached regular 75c value. Special 59C Napkins, all lin en, white, regular $1.50 value Special $1.19 Iluck Towels with colored border, 12 1 -2c seller 1 doz. for $1.00 Table Cloth 70 in. bleached, regular 75c seller, good value, Special J)(JC Napkins, all linen fancy pattern, full bleached, regular $1.25 value. Special 89C Special Reductions FOR THANKSGIVING in all our Fancy Linen, Dresser Scarfs, Lunch Cloths, Doyles SPECIAL THANKSGIVING LINEN SALEf Table Cloths, Napkins, Doyles, Towels, Scarfs, Lunch Cloths; Counter Pin. Special Reduction FOR THANKSGIVING in all v Fancy Linen, Dresser Scarfs, Lunch Cloths, Doyles Leyser & Co. Greenville, Miss This month9 s Butter ick Patterns 10c and 15c none higher. M Describe child Everman. labor problem, Mrs. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The meeting for Nov. 29th will be By virtue of the power and author- held at the residence of Mrs. Robert Somerville. . Topic "On the Out-Posts." Leader Mrs. Robt. Kemp. Mrs. Thos. Holmes, Sec Coming Reception Cards are out to a reception to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wil czinski on Tuesday 7 evening from eight thirty to eleven o'clock, in hon or of Mr. and Mrs. Jule F. Witney. Children's Party Master Galla Paxton will this afternoon at a large party to be given to his little friends at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Paxton on Broadway. A Tacky Party There will be a Children Tacky ity vested in me as trustee under a certain deed in trust executed on the 10th day of July, 1903, by George B. Wilmot, conveying to me, as trus tee, the hereinafter described prop- erty, to secure to Sue G. Beardslee the indebtedness mentioned therein, which deed in trust is duly recorded in the Chancery Clerk's office of w asningion county, Mississippi, ou i page 612 of Deed Book 96, of the land record books of said office, default having been made in the payment of the principal note of seven hundred be host ' and fifty dollars ($750.00). secured in said instrument, and I having been requested by the holder of said note to sell the property conveyed in said instrument for payment of said note with interest from the ioth day of July, 1905, at the rate of ten percent. (10 per cent.) per annum to date, I "In the main, I like the City Charter Stetson Special Soft and Stiff Hits and think it one of the best systems just in, the new Winter Shapes. The of local self-government known to- 1 Leader, u be surf. day." Judge J. H. Wynn. G. Party at the Olympia Hall Wednes- j sion, 25 cents. i will, on M mJay, the icth day of De- The skating rink is open every af ternoon from-3:30 to 5:30. Go up and er.joy yourselves. The "Princess." SOUVENIR Postal Cards The only ones out of the KING'S DAUOnTEPS NODE and the m mm CHURCH "Ahead of the Times" is a figute of speech, and really should not be used in Greenville. New- Ties on now. The Lf-ader day, Nov. 28th, from 3 to 6. Admis- j semper, 19,, at 12 o ciock, noon, ai Ml are invited 1 me souin aoor 01 me court iiouse 01 j Washington County, Mississippi, of-; j ter tor sale at puonc outcry, 10 me 1 highest bidder, for cash, that certain J Missionary Study Class Meeting At the residence of Mrs. W. A. Everman Friday morning, Nov. 15th. the Union Missionary Study Clasa held its regular fortnightly meeting. the president, Mrs. Everman. presid ed. Mrs. Phelps led the discussion on the topic selected, lifln the South ern Highlands," dealing in a most pathetic manner with the condition of Nature's noblemen in their isojated mountain homes. The following program was given in an interesting and instructive man ner: Locate the mountain region. Mrs. John Archer. ,.- What physical conditions have in terfered -with progress in this sec tion? De-scribe cabin homes ot mountaineers? Mrs. T. P. Mc- - Mahon. yhat special dangers threaten the girlhood and womanhood of thest homes? Mrs. Mann. What is th usual length of the school year? Are schools appre- Presbyterian Church Tea A tea will be given by Mrs. W. W. Stone on Tuesday afternoon from four to six o'clock in behalf of the First Presbyterian church. ciaed by mountaineers? Mrs. KeJ- MANY MINOR POSITIONS CHANGE (Continued from page four, terms of one year each. Farm sergeants shall be employed by the superintendent and their sal aries fixed by him, subject to the ap proval of the trustees. i Trustees are required to visit the convict farms' once each month, and strbmit detailed reports on crop con ditions, and prison affairs generally, the reports for the, months of May and October to be published in a Jack son newspaper. F.xcept the general supervisory work of the trustees, as specifically oiitlined. the active management of the penitentiary shall be vested in the superintendent and he is personally responsible in all matters where be is given jurisdiction. . The Governor is required to make an inspection of the penat system twice each ear. visiting the farms without- previous notice or warning to the superintendent. lot or tract of land, together with the improvements thereon, lying and be ing situate in the city of Greenville, County of Washington, and Stat. of Mississippi, and described as lot o::e (1) of block nineteen viQ) og the Belle Air Addition to said city o! Greenville. E. ,N. THOMAS, Trustee. II-i7-4t IN & I! 2 for 5cts 25c per doz for sale only at Bradlev's Studio. - This is one good, cheap way to ad vertise Green ville aid pet YOUI h WVVA uiade tit BhALEY " DIA1IDS Di.i- !;ost '9 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION The firm of W. W. and S. D. Wil son, composed of J. J. Wilson and S-' D. Wilson, and heretofore con ducting a furniture business in the city of Greenville, Miss., under the firm name of 'W. W. & S. D Wilson," has this day been dissolved by mutual j consent. The said J. J. Wilson hav- ! ing sold her interest in said business j to said S. D. Wilson, and ,the saja S. D. Wilson having assumed all jia I hilities of said firm of W. W. & S. ' D. Wilson. s. ' J. J. WILSON, S. D. WILSON; Nov. ioth, 1906. n-!7-4t PAY A VISIT Id the Princess Skating Rink Fewer wears. longer; De- We are not boastful; but honestly, we believe we . are doing the best-job (Lake's Old Opera House) GOOD MUSIC New Cushion Floor New BU-Bearing Skates Clothes Checked Free Open From 70 to 10:33 7m. SCHULTZ, Mar. The constant rise monds has made thei.- prohibitive to buy. We h-we a stock of them tl:ai have been in the house for one and two years which we can sell you at a price considerable less than car be obtained elsewhere. Our goods are the best and our price are right. Come and let us show you some of them. Family Silver Our stock is one of the best in. Mississippi in quality, in finish and in valu2. We invite you to come and see. rank Bi Jeweler ,' ' 333 . 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