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and coloring when
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pense. Try it to-day. In Four Fruit Fla.
vors: Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, Rasp. 0
berry. At grocers. 10c. ap
MILLINERY OPENING. Cr
The Most Brilliant and Successful In TI
History of Newberry Millinery tu
The fall millinery opening was th
held in Newberry on Tuesday. The bi
stores and streets took unto them- tri
selves an indescribable air of fes- lit
tivity, the town was bright and gay M
with the newest and brightest colors
of the season. No words can do jus- bil
tice to the magnificent displays shown th
at the different millinery establish- as
ments in the city, and even the men sh
were tempted to pause at the doors
and gaze enviously at the throngs of
delighted women within. A few words I
of description, however, although in
adeqcate, may afford some slight cr
knowledge of the visions of loveli- th
ness on exhibition in the tastefully da
decorated bowers of beauty where the ,
newest Parisian creations were exhib- in
The Riser Company. A]
The most striking feature of the es
Riser company's -exhibit is the tfuly fa
artistic decoratior of the two win
dows at the front of the store. The
colors are perfectly blended and the s
lines showv the work of-a real artist.
One window is devoted entirely to
the burnt orange shades the' most 1s
popular of the season. In it are g
placed 3ome of the most attractive tr
hats. The other window is given ca
over to the dressmaking department. ha
and contains a dress which is simply ch
a dream of delicate grace and dainty o
oatlie,m is. gr
outline. It is an exquisite creation g
of white chiffon over white taffeta a
sewed entirely by hand, with a real
lace bertha. The celebrated Gage
hats are very much in evidence. Que H
especially striking chapeau is made
and decorated in material which deli- ha
citely blends the newest shades in' de
a charming combination of burnt or- tal
ange and brown topped with a Paris- w<
ian plume in the same hue. Another w;
beautiful hat .is decorated in the onion Bi
shades, absolutely new in the milli- at
nery lne for this .season. Bright de
* green is also much in evidence, that tic
color also being extremely popular. in
Many of these hats are modelled after G:
the creations on the Boulevard where m.i
it is said all the shades of the red gr
rooster are in evidence. Two taylor- ar
made suits were on exhibition in the be
rear part of the store and seemed to pa
* be much ad mired by the ladies who
thronged the establishment. One of st'
these is especially handsome, being
made in the 1830 style, and embody
ing all the new orange shades. A
hat in the four shades of violet also
attracted much attention. The Riser T~
company always caters to the most cO
fastidious customers, being careful n~
to select only the best and newest ar
materials and workmanship, and the G~
ladies have shown their appreciation an
by a liberal patronage.
The Mower Company. re
The ladies in charge of the Mower ye
company's display should taste, i
ingenuity, and originality to a mark- or
ed degree, in their successful efforts e
to beautify the millinery department be
and render it attractive for the occa
sion. The most striking evidence of lo
their cleverness was shown in the ar' to
rangement at the rear of the store. of
The visitor stepped from the back a
door directly into a dainty and en
chanting little Japanese out-door
bower where one could almost hear in Cl
fancy the tinkling of the tiny teacups
and the sunny laughter of the geisha ye
girls while the blue sky overhead is 3.
clear and bright as that which hangs g<
in vaulted splendor above the real
land ,of the rising sun. Here the
wearied visitor could rest beneath the
shade. of cooling palms amid the wav
ing sprays of golden-rod, reclining
in content upon the downy couches
so graciously prepared. But with a CO
single step through the rdoor the vis- a
>r is whirled through space fron
pan to gay Parisian scenes (lea
e female heart. WVithin the
mltitulde of the very newest
ions in millinery are displave<
;teful arrangement. All are lo
t some are more susceptibl
mment than others. One s
ly striking hat is fasFoned of b
ivet with the crown of exqu
al white lace. decorated with 1
iite plumes. This is an exact
the Charlotte Corde style w
peared on Fifth Avenue for
st time this fall. Another s
eation in black velvet with sw
g plumes is a delight to look i
irice fair will be the lovely face
nate enough to repose beneath
ble dream. A dainty and unu
tle street hat is quaintly decor
th a rooster's head, retaining
e brilliant plumage of that n
-d. The hat is of brown ve
mmed beneath with beads.
tle Coque-de-Roche is "dead sw
any other hats of equal beauty
o -in evidence. While the
rnt orange shade predominates,
e new copper color is very pop
is also the terra cotta. TI
ades of each color are shown.
* * *
ie Mimnaugh Company.
The Mimnaugh establishment
:wded with buyers as usual
! display of fall milinery was u:
te in every particular. The la
risian styles are closely folloi
which the large high crowns'
Dminent, and the terra cotta, bl
ange, green and blue, predomir
1 the hats are lovely but some
pecially beautiful. One hat
shioned in two shades of green
rnt orange, with delicate blue ti
ngs. These colors are blende
ch a way that the effect is mag
nt. The facing is of soft Lc
ie, and the top is of fur velvet.
decorated with crushed Fr<
een roses, the crown is high
mmed with Louisinne rib'
ught with a steel buckle. Ano
t is of the French shape with ve
ampagne colored facing with ru
the edge, and the body of
een. It is further decorated
aigrette caught in a gold bu<
th a large satin taffeta bow.
iir & Havird.
There were some really beau
ts on exhibition in the millii
partmnent of the Hair & Havird
>lishment .and a visit to that s
>uld well repay any lady for
lk to the lower part of the
int orange shades predominat'
the other places but there are s
licates shades of green on exi
>n that can be found nowhere
town. One lovely hat is a a
inesboro of the burnt orange si
th a handsome plume in the I
een shades above the crown. TI
esome swell street hats, and a
autiful children's hats in the
There are also beavers in e'
le, shape and color.
ie Tarrant Company.
The millinery derrirtment of
rrant Co. was also tastely
rated and contained some re
ignificent creations of the millii
t. The loveliest hats are in
inesboro style, and the burnt
ge shade predominates. One
cially beautiful hat follows
neral style, is of burnt orange
t, with brown shading, with a
I collar and a steel buckle. Ano
ry beautiful hat is fashioned
k and velvet with brown foi
the top. This arrangemen
pecially striking. A black Gai
ro in the 'front window is attr
Smuch attention because of
ely and stylish outlines. I
pped with a wavy Parisian p1
black, and is decorated in the r
proved French style.
From the number of exciting
ntures he has one would think
Pierpont Morgan was about
on the vaudeville stage.
"TEETHINA" always soothes and ther
It also cures the baby when
All else has filed; and 'tis true
It often saves a life for you.
'TEETHINA" cures Cholera-Infantum,
nes and Counteracts the Effects of the
r's Heat. Aids Digestion, regulate9t the B
far THE LADIES favor paintin,
r to their churches. and therefore we urg<
t;rr c.ery Minister to remember we giv(
e-e- a libral (!uantity of the Longinan &
I 1n .MarLinez Paint toward the painting.
vely Wears and covers like gold.
of Don't pay 1i.50 a galloii for Lin
pec- seed Oil (worth 6o cents) which you
lack do when y3u buy other paints in z
isite can with a paint label on it.
ong 8 and 6 make 14. therefore wher
opy you want fourteen gallons of paint
iich buy only eight of L. & M., and mi.
the six gallons pure Linseed Oil with it
well and thus get paint at less than $I.2C
!ep- per gallon.
>on. Many houses are painted with
for- four gallons of L. & M., and three
this gallons of Linseed Oil mixed there
ited These celebrated paints are sold by
all the Newberry Hdwe. Company.
vet, An exhibition of mineral products
['his and !hydraulic machinery is to be
ell." held in Barcelona this month. Ex
are hibits coming from abroad will be
new received soon after the exhibition has
yet been opened.
iree Fearful Odds Against Him.
Bedridden, alone and destitute.
Such, in brief was the condition of an
old soldier by name of J. J. Havens,
was Versailles, 0. For years he was
and troubled with Kidney disease and
-to- neither doctors nor medicines gave
test him relief. At length he tried Elec
ved, tric Bitters. It put him on his feet
are in short order and now he testifies.
irnt "I'm on the road to complete recov
ate. ery." Best on earth for Liver and
ara Kidney troubles and all form of
is Stomach and bowel complaints. Only
and 5oc. Guaranteed by W. E. Pelham
-im- & Son, druggists.
uis- Gen. Herman Haupt, the oldest liv
It ing graduate of.West Point, was ap
nch pointed a cadet at the age of 13 by
and Andrew Jackson.
ther Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
lv-"t Has world-wide fame for marve
fies lous cures. It surpasses any other
lark salve, lotion, ointment or balm for
ith Cuts, Corns, Burns, Boils, Sores,
:kle, Felons, Ulcers, Tetter, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Chapped Hands, Skin
Eruptions; infallible for Piles. Cure
guaranteed. Only 25c at W. E. Pel
tiful ham & Son, druggist.
es- A man who won't allow anybody
tore to sass his wife doesn't mind worry
her ing her to death himself.
:as What Is Life?
>me In the last analysis nobody knows,
ibi- but we do know that it is under
else strict law. Abuse that law even
vide slightly results. Irregular living
tade means derangement of the organs,
ight resulting in Constipation, Headache
iere or Liver Trouble. Dr. King's New
few Life Pills quickly re-adjusts this. It's
new gentle, yet thorough. Only 25c at
WV. E. Pelham & Son's drug store.
rery . ...
Durham White Stevans, the unas
suming American who is to be the
medium of Japanese control and in
the fluence in Korea, has seen 23 years
de- service under the government of Ja
ally pan and has been decorated several
iery times by the Mikado. He first went
the to Tokio in 1873 as secretary of the
or- American Legation..
this Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids
hir- Medicines that aid nature are al.
ther ways m'ost effectually. Chamberlain's
of Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
lage allays the cough, relieves the lungs,
Sis aids expectoration, opens the secre
ries- tions, and aids nature in restoring the
act- system to a healthy condition. Sold
its by Smith Drug Co., Pelham & Son,
is WV. G. Mayes and Prosperity Drug
Artist-This mermaid is my mas
Mrs. Gushly-Dear me! How did
you ever get a model to pose in the
ad- water all that time without moving?'
that -Detroit Free Press.
Cause of Insomnia.
Indigestion nearly always disturbs
the sleep more or less and is often
the cause of insomn'ia. Many cases
have been permanently cured by
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Over- Tablets. For sale by Smith Dru~
SCo. Pelham & Son, WV. G. Mayes and
Prosperity Drug Co.
Carlots Pellegrini. formerly presi
dciit of the Argentine Republic. is in
Chicar il i- in that city seeking
m'ervICwX' V;ih Chicago labor leaders
a learn what their views to help him
In the introduction of some labor leg
islation into the Argentine Congress
The- frm of Jencquel & Hyn. of
Hamburg, Germany. have patented a
process for manufacturing an artifi
cial building stone from infusorial
earth, which they call guhrolia. This
stone is very light, is fireproof, with
stands the influence of most chemi
cals and can be easily sawed or nailed
A Remedy Without a Peer.
"I find Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets more beneficial than
any other remedy I ever used for
stomach trouble." says J. P. Klote.
of Edina. 0Mo. For any disorder of
the stomach; biliousness or constipa
tion, these Tablets are without a peer.
For sale by Smith Drug Co., Pelham
& Son, W. G. 'Mayes and Prosperity
An Odd Compliment.
An Irishman was in the company
of a widow to whom he was paying
his addresses, when on giving a shud
der she made use of the common ex
pression that some one was walking
over her grave.
Pat, anxious for every opportunity
of showing his affection for the lady
of his choice, exclaimed:
"By the powers, ma'am, but I wish
I was the happy man."
THREE JURORS CURED.
Of Cholera Morbus With One Small
Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarr!nea
Mr. G. W. Fowler of Hightower,
Ala., relates an experience he had
while serving on a petit jury in a
murder case at Edwardsville, county
seat of Clebourne county, Alabama.
He says: "While there I ate some
fresh meat and some souse meat and
it gave me cholera morbus in a very
severe form. I was never more sick
in my life and sent to the drug store
for a certain cholera mixture, but the
druggist sent me a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrh
oea Remedy instead, saying that he
had what I sent for, but that this
medicine was so much better he
would rather send it to me in the fix
I was in. I took one dose of it and
was better in five minutes. The sec
one dose cured me entirely. Two fel
low jurors were afflicted in the same
manner and one small bottle cured
the three of us." For sale by Smith
Drug Co., Pelham & Son, W. G.
Mayes and Prosperity Drug Co.
President of the Girl's Club-Well;
girls, we have $40 in -the treasury.
How shall we spend it?
Chorus-Oh, let's get up a charity
Cured of Lame Back 15 Years of
"I had been troubled with lame
back for fifteen years and I found a
complete recovery in the use of
.Chamberlain's Pain Balm," says John
G. Bisher, Gillam, Ind. This lini
ment is also without an equal for
sprains and bruises. It is for sale by
Smith Drug Co., Pelham & Son, W.
G. Mayes and Prosperity Drug Co.
will begin its next session
WEDNESOAY, SEPTEMBER 21
at 9 A. SI., with greatly
enlarged faciltiies, includ
ing commodious lecture
halls, steam heat, sanitary
plumbing, shower baths,'
and reclassified library..
TUITION - $40
For full information ad
dress. .. .. .. ......
JAM ES A. B; SCHERER, Pres
RESPONSIBLE FOR NINETY-FIVE
PER CENT. OF ALL DISEASES
"Seven Barks- Cures or No Pay
The cause of nearly every disease can
be directly traced to clogged and inac
tive stomachs, livers or intestines. Bil
lousness, Indigestion, Gout, Rheuma
tism, Headaches, Insomnia, Kidneyland
Bladder troubles, and all Liver Com
plaints, emanate from one of the diges
tive or drainage organs. These organs
must be kept constantly in action to in
sure uninterrupted good health, and
there is no remedy or corrective, so
harmless and so certain as "Seven
There is no ailment originating from
any of the organs of the digestive and
drainage system, but what wi'l readily
succumb to the use of "Seven Barks"
a purely vegetable preparation, put up
on a noted German physician's original
formula. It is not a patent medicine.
If any one with stomach, liver or kid
ney troubles will call at our store and
get a bottle of "Seven Barks," take as
directed-and if all the benefit one
should expect is not derived, no charge
will be made. We are not taking
chances in making this offer, for we
know the character of the remedy and
we are satisfied it will do all that is
claimed for it.
Paid up Capital, - $25,00000
Fire and Burglar Proof Safe
and Insurance. Interest al
lowedin Savings Department.
Promptness, Accuracy, Se
curity and Courtesy guaran
teed. Investigation invited.
We want your business.
M. A. CARLISLE, Pres.
H. C. MOLELEY, V. Pres.
W. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
DIR ECTOR e.
W. P. PUGH W. A. MOSELEY
JACOB B. FELLERS R. L. LUTHER
GEO. W. BOWERS JOHN B. FELLERS
J. P. BOWERS GEe. JOHNSTONE
M. A. CARLISLE H. C. MOSELEY
Jos. H. HUNRER
Shingles! Shingles! Shingles!
200,000 Shingles just
received, FOR SALE
CHEAP, also Lumber
and Laths, Rough or
H ouses Built on short
notice. SHOP WORK
such as Mantles, Doors
and Window Frames
a specialty. Repairing
of all kinds.
Shop in front of jail.
Newberry, S. C.
Sale of Personal Property.
As administrator of Sarah E. Mills,
deceased, I will sell at her late resi
dence on Thursday, rath of October,
1904, all the personal property of
which she died seized and possessed.
Terms: Cash. zt
3. C. Mills,
Now, education in Germany is re
garded and treated as the means to
an end. The end is the production
of good citizens and the promotion
of national strencrth and efficiency.