l :^:Â«~ ':-\ . Â· Â·'Â· i'-r^' 1 ^ ri If SOCIETY'S WEEK Edited by MISS ALT A M. ROWAN Mrs. Cleon Williams left Thursday for her home in Meridian, after a week pleasantly spent in the city. --o-- Â» Mr. Stewart Jones is expected home tomorrow from New York , where he has been on business. Â· " * - ,--o-The Laurel Music Club, at a meeting with Mrs, Phil Gardiner Wednesday afternoon, elected s -the following officers: Mrs. Ottman, president; Mrs.' Buffum* vice-president; Mrs. Phil Gardiner, secretary and treasurer. --o-Mrs. H. G. McCormick left on Thursday for a visit of several , weeks in Louisiana. \ Q Mrs. J. S. Pleasants spent last Wednesday in Meridian, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Owsley. e --O-The Progress Club metTuesday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Silas Gardiner. An interesting paper was read ty Mrs. Dr. Tuller and the work for the coming year discussed. --o-Dr. J. E. Jones, of Meridian, paid a short visit to Laurel this week. ' The following card has been received in this city where the bride has many friends, who wish tor -.her much happineer in ,he'r new home: Mr. and Mrs. John A. Evans announce the marriage of their daughter, Fannie, to Dr. S. L. Hollingsworth, Sunday, May seventh, nineteen hundred and five. New Orleans, La. At home after May twentieth, Moorhead, Mississippi. Miss Anna Cook and mother spent a few days at Stafford's Springs last week, where on Sunday they were joined by Miss Rachel Gardiner, Mr. Morehead and Mr. F. H. Deis of Hattiesburg. --Qr- Mrs. H. D. Money left Tuesday for her home, after a delightful visit to her sister, Mrs. W. M. Money. --o-Another enjoyable meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. was held at the hall on Monday afternoon, when an in- ( ^ r ^ r - Â« ? Â« ^ "Â·"Â·~~P. in'' , . r o o rv^-on pv" (} refreshments .-oivo'l by the following ladies: MesucU.i s * Houston, Stolzui, Dunigan ..nu Mis-s Whit.iker. /Mr. Jim Chandler spent Sunday in Laurel. --o-For a year or more a literary club has been discussed by several ladies of Laurel, but not until a few weeks ago was a temporary organization effected. A committee was appointed to ch'aw up a constitution and report at next meeting, which was held at Mrs. Olin Hunt's Ias,t Wedenchiy. ki \ New and attractive line of Goods just received and on sale this week. Latest styles in Organdies, Voiles dnd Tissues. Our Millinery Department is receiving new and attractive styles every day. Our Ziegler Shoe talk-All the latest styles, Oxfords and Ties, VWhite Canvas Shoes and Sandals. Doting Mothers and Fond Fathers naturally want their boy to be manly, to hold his head highiamong his mates, to be independent, truthful and straight-for ward always. Mrs. JANE HOPKINS' BOY- PROOF CLOTHES are designed especially for little Americans of the wholesome type. They're cut of tested fabrics, made up in picked patterns and fashioned to be wonderfully "wear-withstanding. Prices? 1 More moderate than you'd suppose for a brand of such renown. Have your boy call at our dealers and learn about the Prize Story Contest. \ Edwin Clapp and. Walkover Shoes. NEWSPAPER! ^/ V ~ ^ ' - J t\' / Â» ^^ . ' Â· * * Â» ( ' v * " * * Si^^Â»^ilSa^^^2Â«SfitÂ£Md^Â« 'vvas'^read 'Â· and' following officers Miss Ida' Brock- it; Mrs. Chas. Wil- Mrs. J. B. Mrs. Olin The prospectus committee, composed of Mesdames Floyd, Hunt and Miss Ida Daniels were appointed to plan tho year.'s work. The club will be called "The Argus." The Odd Fellows' hall was-well filled Friday night of last week to greet "Betey Hamilton," and every number of her program was thoroughly enjoyed by tho large audience. It was through the efforts of the Daughters of the Confederacy that their friends were enabled to enjoy so fine a lecturer, but they in return made *iie evening a great financial success. Miss Ida Daniels spent Sunday in Ellisvilley N Drs. W. S. Cranford, T. C. Sexton, C. H. Ramsey and H. C. McCormick attended the Jones County Medical Society in Ellis^ville Tuesday. The Ladies' Euchre Club will meetpn the Tallahoma Parlors next Thursday afternoon for the election of officers. Mr Chas. Evans left Thursday night after a^ visit to his sister, Mrs. Justice. --o-Mrs. Frank Gardiner's card party on Thursday afternoon dnew together a crowd of congenial ladies, who spent the hours very delightfully with games of six-hand euchre, which were participated in by three tables of players, the prizes were beautiful cut glass pieces. The first a bon-bon dish was cut for by Mrs. Tuller, Mrs. P. Gardiner and Mrs. Ottman; Mrs. Tuller being the fortunate one, while Mrs. Rumble won the lone hand and Mrs, Cocke the consolation. Delicious punch was served d u r - ing the games and later an ice course. Mrs. Gardiner was assisted in receiving by Mrs. Waite. The guests were: Mesdames Fresenius, O'Fcrrall, Phil Gardiner, Money, Cocke, Tuller, Ottman, Beers, Silas Gardiner, George Gardiner, Rumble, Waite, Bacon, \Visner, Patrick, Denham and Misses Calhoun, Cook, Taylor and Gardiner. --o-Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rogers arrived in the city Friday, to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bacon. --o-Mr. Geo. Bacon attended the Bankers Association at Vicksburg this week, where he read a paper on "Over-drafts," which was highly complimented. -, --o-Mrs. Robert Wells enjoyed a short visit from her sister, Mrs. W. A. Lyerly, of Meridian. --o-- i Mr. Cecil Heidelberg, of Heidelberg, spent several days in Laurel this week. --o-Mr. Barney Eaton was in Lumberton, Wednesday. --o-- " '-: Misses Annie and Carrie Abney attended the commencement exercises of the Poplarville High School this week. ~ " If you want to tJiscuss the bond issue, court, house t ^question or .Anything of the kind, come in, order a meal that will suit you and talk to your hearts content. The Star. iOO.OOO Peach Treei sold in this section last year aud.not a kick received,",. Perhaps you bought some of them. If so^ yoii will Â·} be sure to buy again. If you haVe never bought, : ' order a few hundred now and lay the foundation for a good living.- Look at these prices: .. - 1 1,0001 to 2 ft. trees 940.00. . 1,000 2 to 3 ft. trees 60.00. 1.000 3 to 4 ft. trees 70.00. Two year adds $90,00 per thousand. - . . L. SCOTT, Laurel Hotel, LAUREL', MISS. ^ 'FRUIT TREES FRUIT TREES , Apple, Pecan, now growing for YOU. Wholesale price. No agents. Every tree propagated from a bearing tree, therefore true to name, and the best of its type. We breed no "scrubs. Send for our price list before you buy trees. HOWERTON BROS. ORCHARD CO.] Inc., Gruntowoi, Lee Co., Miss. WE NEED MONEY!! ON PRICES STILL BEING MADE AT [VANS BROS.' Â«LRY STORE We are a little overstocked in the line of Jewelry aud Silverware, such as was sold at auction during the past week, and for the benefit of those who were unable to attend the sale, we are going to sell goods at same prices that they sold for under the auctioneer's gavel. ,,..,-- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware Glass and China at Auction Pricl UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT. THE ; 4 The Profession; J. D. FATHERREE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office in Richards building. DR. H. G. MCCORMICK PHYSICIAN SURGEON Phone 49. LAUREL, MISS. T. H. ODEN, LAWYER. Will practice in all the courts. Office up stairs, Richards building. R. E. HALSELL, LAWYER. Will practice in all courts. Office First National Bank Bujlding. T J Hardy J M Arnold HARDY ARNOLD AITORNEYS- AT-L A W OFFICES. Laurel National Bink Building, Laurel, Miss.; Opposite Court House, Elhsvillc, Miss. DR. TROY C. SEXTON, " PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Hours: 10-11; 8-4. Office, Room 4,'. Wallace Drag Co Building. L A U R E L , M I S S . 0. M. HYDE, " PHYSICIAN AND SURQDM. Diseases of women and children a specialty. Office in DeSoto OlUb building, Ellisville, Miss. -. Offide hours: 8 to 11 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. , T. E. BRENT, DENTIST. Office Over Shcpparrt Drug Store--Phone 229, - Residence phone 146. All work done according to the latest methods nnd as painless as possible. Special attention given to crown,'bridge, gold plate and Â«J- lumlum lined rubber plates. ' OLIN C. HUNT, ' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. . Office, Sheppard Drug Co. Building. Laurel. HM. N. B. SMITI PHYSICIAN AND! 'PHONES I Residence j Drug Store W. S. CRANPJ PHYSICIAN ANi Office hours 7 to 9 a. trj Tclepho] EDWARD ATTORNEY ANI AT LAUREL, CLINTON PHYSICIAN Office with Sheppar Office 'phone'. R. C. JpHI PHYSICIAN | Office at Sheppard 1 S. CIVILl Lai ' J. R Gas used to ej Office o\ ~~^ J.P. i ATT01] Laurel, 0. B. Shannon, J SHAI Rumbled (] Opposite SHARBC Om! NEWSPAPER!
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