The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi on May 27, 1905 · Page 4
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The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi · Page 4

Laurel, Mississippi
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Saturday, May 27, 1905
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SOCIETY'S WEEK ; Edited by MISS ALTA M. ROWAN It's too warm to think of work now, but this fall why can't we . convert; that lot between the depot and the Laurel .hotel into a nice little park, with lots of shade , trees'^ rustic seats and a fouh- /','tain perhaps? It would add so : much to the appearance of our ; ; town especially as viewed from : the car window, and being so . ; ceh'traily located would be an ex: bellent place for festivals or other v,'alfresco affairs. Maybe, one of buriprogressive clubs will take ger; Mesdames Chas. Dedham and Robert Patrick accompanied by .their children leave Monday for a month's visit to their mother,' iri'Starkville,. Miss. --o-The progressive club held ^its last regular meeting of the sum-' mer with Mrs. Stuart Jones at the Addison hotel on Tuesday afternoon,-at which time the pro- gramme for the coming year was submitted. --o-- MissLovering, of Mobile, spenl Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Walter Love. ; Jefferson Davis birthday has been cosen as an appropriate time for the conferring of the crosses of honor on the confederate veterans at this place. So on the"third of June there will be interesting exercises held in the Odd Fellows Hall, a prfrg ramme of which will be given later. A chorus of fifty voices is desired for the songs and any children who will assist, are requested to meet at the Main st. Methodist church, Monday afternoon at five o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Pleasants entertained at dinner Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. H. Newell Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Ottman, Mr, and Mrs. Stuart Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip St. G. Cocke. --o-Mr. R. L. 'Campbell visited Meridian and Pontotoc last week. A chapter ol the children of ;he. Confederacy, to be known as the Sarah Eggleston chapter was organized at the residence o'f last Saturday when the following oficers were elected:. · Mrs. W. MMoney.Lady man*Ida Rowan, President; Frances Fresenius, Vice president; LibbieBridgers, Secretary; Willie Money, Treasurer; and Maggie Marshall,. Musician. The meetings promise to be interesting and no-doubt the chapter will continue to nourish. For the benefit of those who care to join I would state that the next meeting will be held with Mrs. Money June 13th. --o-Miss Lola Warran _is expected home today from the Judson where she has been attending school for the past year. --o-Mr. Mack Whitaker and sister Miss Irene are visiting relatives and friends at their old home in Meridian: A nice little sum was added to the Library fund for Central school from the ice cream festival given on the campus Friday night of last week. Many Japanese lanterns added to the. attractiveness of the grounds arid a string band furnished music while the boys and girls of the high school gave their attention to serving the visitors, .and they succeeded in making the evening a very enjoyable one for all present. . --o-Miss Dora Harris paid a short visit to Miss Annie Ray Rowan the latter part of last week. --o-Mrs. Will Dunagin spent a few days in Meridian this week. --o-Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Rumble entertained a party of their friends at an excellent five course dinner.on Wednesday last. Their guests wore :--Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Beers, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Gardiner, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gardiner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gardner. Mrs Rumble leaves next week for a visit o f ' several weeks to 'Albany, N'. Y. She will, be ac- .companied by Miss Louise Ege .who will aernain until fall. --o-- : The Laurel Public School oldsed a very successful; /year last Tuesday, when diplomas were presented to the graduating class of eight, and certificates to the grammar school. graduates. The exercises were held -in the Presbyterian church, which was prettily decorated for the . occasion. Dr. W. Murrah of Jackson delivered the address.,. Those re- aeiving diplomas were, Bertha ·Mitchell, Clara Mitchell, Dawson Winn, George Robertson, Tom Fuller, Tom Benison, Julian Baily and Mattie Welborh. The .closing of school was but the beginning of social affairs for the graduating class at least. On Tuesday evening Miss 'Jessie Burdiok entertained the alumni and alumnae'of the public schools at their eecondj annual reunion. After the roll call the reading o f ' communications from the absent members by Miss Beokher secretary, the new class was received as members of the alumni association. The address of welcome was delivered by Miss' Ruth Stumbaugh: .to which .Mr. Tom Benison responded in a happy manner. At the conclusion of- the program which conisted of several interesting addresses .» delightful social i was 'enjoyed: during which time delightful ices wertB ferved.'' Tho«e present bw- idea the gradua,ting class were;;-" J. T.O'Ferrall Jr.,Jv E. CJpato.Jas Mulloy, Mammie Beokei', Pearl 8 tan ton, Leola DeBardeleben, Ruth Stumbaughjlrving 1 Stanton,'' 'Mr. and Mrs. Hedgpath, Mary, Powell, Mrs. Sumrall.LillyQuim- by, Jessie Burdiok; Mrs. Phillips, J. M; Consley, Mr. and,Mrs. ; Abbot ,and Miss. Brockman. 'Mr; and Mrs. K. C. Hall ^arid little daughter spent a few days with -relatives .and friends in Shubuta this weok. .; Mrs. Robert Wells is friends in Mobile this week. t: ^·c* to M to to to to to to to to to to to to to to many women have to city lifers that so few people own the homes they live in. Do you own yours? If not, why not please your wife and yourself by owning one ? Buy a lot on easy payments, then build :you a home on the money you are paying cut for rent. -·»·-. ·to- rn to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to Count Up tKe Tho Following Bill of Fare Served Daily at Exceedingly Low Prices to Bargain Hunters in Silverware Soup Ladles Cold Meat Forks Cucumber Servers SOUPS Oyster Ladles MEATS VEGETABLES Salad Spoons Mustard Spoons SALADS Gravy Ladles 4 BREAD Bread Trays Oyster Spoons Beef Forks Tomato Servers Salad Forks Salt Spoons Bread Knives DESSERT Dessert Forks Pie Knives Dessert Knives Jelly Servers Ice Cream Spoons . Coffee Spoons Tea Spoons Tea Pots Sugar Bowls Orange Knives · - . ' · Berry Spoons. Napkin Rings FRUIT Dessertspoons Pie Servers Bon-Bon Dishes Chocolate Spoons . Sugar Shells FruitKnives Berry Forks Cream Ladles , · Toothpick 1 Holders EVANS BROS. OAK STREET oney you have paid into the hand^ .of ;fipuse owners since you nave been'here, .and then figure What a nice home you could have built, or started, ; :at least, , · · ' * N ' ' on the money. It is not too late. Begin today. We have sonie real ' - / ' . * » ' . ' ' - - i ." '· ' estate bargains that will interest you. TKe Laurel Improvement TO ;THE MERCHANT T If you haven't Red Meat /Tobacco in stock write the factory;'we will sell you direct. - «fc . ^^;fliia*rtfb.. *fcv TO THE CONSUMER: WefiTOyouwirabBolutaguarsntw . Wii»|M«ud««m«»i4iirbetc:, . .TO ANYCHBWEBof tobfttco.who.iriU cat oat andiiUU that each ! Mte. iAug of Red Me«t u m«de «f b«tter tobacco V : . . . '. : .· na this advertisement,-we will BndlHtn·e«dwWdrw(lI- aodconWiuirtoraEoodMolfd Joky chewing qulfty. than any · . ' . . . " . ^ ' · ' mtlthhlmtoomGc cutof Ba4H«*i TobWco FRBB at QtJier.lOcJtplBg^f apy'W*ighttg«rMlof.'aoMpy any factory.'. ; . : , - . , . - : · . . - · . .:«ny.atorehaBdHncth(abriaJ.:

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