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twits, Misses Kant, Cromer, ;uni Hill
were Ik*re, there, and everywhere
. mingling with every group and making
all visitors feel at ease.
Mrs. Emma Hair.
Mrs. Km ma Hair's millinery estabr
lisliitient presented a very neat and
:1 attraetive appearance Wednesday
s morning at her tall and winter opeu?
ing. She has a splendid line ui" belts,
collars, and all the latest notions, and
i* her hats are well chosen and quite
s stylish and very pretty. Besides her
; pattern hats she has a lull line of
>' street hats and she makes a specialty
- of baby bonnets, caps and hats.
? Among her pattern hats are two
very stylish black hats, hot.lt being
- large picture hats. One is a solid
1 black hat made ol: velvet and ti'inimed
1 with two novel pins and a large cope
c feather. The other is lined with
s cloth of gold covered with black vel*
vet trimmed wit?h canard ribbon and
5 feathers, beautiful roses, and autumn
i' foliage. It has the leather satin
streamers that are so in vogue and is
finished off with a stylish aigrette.
~ Another beautiful hat is a black
picture hat faced with white satin,
trimmed in malign with two liandj
some pins and white and black aigrettes.
One of the prettiest things
* about this hat is the gilt band on
J which are black net leaves. This is
truly an attractive hat.
j One of the daintiest hats Mrs.
3 Hair has is a baby blue velvet hat
with a beautiful golden brown ribbon
, band, two handsome gold pins, blue
^ ostrich plumes and blue ribbon,
p Besides these there is a beautiful
, gi'uen hat and an equally pretty purl>b'
hat; also one of the prettiest red
5 hats in town, which is made of red
, velvet and crowned with red wings
p and red roses.
2 Mrs. Ilair is assisted this season
5 kv Miss Paradise, of Middle Oeorr
gia, and Miss Wicker. .She together
? with these two young ladies take
- great pleasure in showing their hats
to the visiting public and will do
c their best to please those who entrust
- their orders to them.
Jas. A. Mimnaugh.
At the large department store of
?). A. Mimnaugh there was a stcadv
stream of visitors all during the dav
who admired extremely the elaborate
milliners and suitings that were on
Mimnaugh's store has long had an
, enviable reputation and this season's
i stock of goods will but add to the
j well earned reputation which by wise
_ selecting and courteous treatment of
, their customers they have succeeded
in building up.
p It was really a pleasure to have Miss
) Melauvcr. their eliarmhig milliner,
, show one around. She with her able
c, assistants Mrs. Crouch and Mrs. Tnvc
lor, had decorated the millinery room
to splendid effect in America's na.
tional flower, the old field golden
t rod and asparagu?, fern-- and roses. !n
s the front v.-Vsow also were attractive
decorations and three beautiful hats
. one being a white hat trimmed in the
t, daintiest colors and most exquisite
| style, one was a combination of I?onn
don smoke and canard blue with a
] medium size gray owl placed on the
ln-oiV 'e millinery room were
0 shown all sizes ar.d shapes from the
(i quaint, thouuh stunning little, toques,
s to the large, ami beautiful picture
s One, a large London smoke satin
- bat trimmed with toque ribbon, <a?je
] velvet, and wings the color of the salv
in c tp'i i?\( t-ed tJi< ha! ?i- v<-; v
ii picturesque and artistic". This hat
was trimmed on the left side.
ii Another large ha! made of white
[1 satin with black facing trimmed with
s fancy aigrettes and broad satin ribli
bon was a decided favorite,
s A blue satin hat faced with blacksatin
witii trimming on th * right side
s of a beautiful black Pocahontas
(1 leather and handsome navv blue rihf
bon bows, was stylish and much adf
Another of the prettiest hal-. was
1 a green satin trimmed in to?|ue velvet
f and green velvet with a fancy |.i.|ue
i- A large turban Copenhagan bine
i- hat with Copenhagen ami green shaded
leather, I'ersiau ribbon, and velvet
trimming with fancy pins was aunt
her lovely creation.
There was also on exhibit a stylish
Pocahontas felt toque trimmed in IJoi
man striped ribbon and fancy shaded
feather, with very graceful aigrettes.
Another of the models was a dark
green trimmed in dark green and
golden brown shading down to . > tan,
t I I lie w ings on which matched faultlessly,
the tops of which were a golds
en brown and the inside a light tan.
=. A handsome black bi-avi-r with
f: three ostrich plumes, satin ribbon,
ii large and beautiful ,je| b! ick buckle,
raised to the left, is a hat that shows
off to fine advantage, and to a cerI
THE FALL OPENING.
Caldwell & Haltiwanger, Mrs. J
H. Hair and J. A. Mimnaugli
The weather for the i'all ami white
openings was exactly what wouh
have been desired by the merchant
in the city had they had the ehoosinj
of it, for the day, while perfectly
clear and sunshiny, was one of thosi
cool, brisk days that always make
one feel like a change for soincthin;
new and heavier. The soft, balm;
Indian summer weather which pre
vailed during the last few days o
September on Wednesday and Thurs
day changed to a little more like win
ter time, and the new cloaks am
winter hats and furs were a deligh
to the ladies, and the merchants wen
much pleased with the large crowd;
which thronged their stores all dur
ing these two days, and it is safe l<
suppose that the sales made were ver>
Caldwell & Haltiwanger.
It is almost impossible to describ<
in a few words with any degree o
accuracy the many beautiful and ele
gant lines of this season's goods aiu
millinery that is found at Caldwel
and Haltiwanger's store. One simph
has |<? visit there t<> realize what s
beautiful mixture and intermixtun
there is of lovely colors in the ncv
poods that a.re new shown at the wel
arranged couniters by the court con:
clerks in this ever up-to-date estab
lishment. Never have the fashions
been more beautiful than this seasoi
with their soft but rich blendings oJ
biwvn, green, blue, purple, old rose
and gold. About everything nearly
there is the "golden touch" and thii
might be called the season of tlu
"cloth of gold". The selection o
soft and exquisite silks at this stori
lias never been excelled and they art
really dreams of loveliness with thcii
white and blue back grounds and tlu
Roman stripes of blue and pink vary
ing in their different shades.
Again this season white and blacl
either worn in the solid colors or com
binod are two of the predominating
colors, and one of I lie handsome hat:
that Miss Uiser. under whose super
vision this entire depart men
is showed her many ens
Joiners was a large black satin ha
trimmed with plaited mclene, a band
some aigrette, and large ostrich pon
pon, and a very stylish satin bow.
A large white hat made of satii
and trimmed with willow ostrid
feathers and velvet drapery was ;
dream of beauty, and there were per
haps more admirers of this hat thai
Another large black velvet hat tin
trimming of which consisted of fou
$10.00 ostrich plumes, two of whicl
drooped to the front and two to th<
back held together by a haiulsonv
steel buckle, with a milliner's tast;
touch of other trimming was as band
some a hat as one cares to see. T
"was faced with white satin and ha
to be seen to be fully appreciated.
Of all the pretty hats shown, however,
the daintiest and loveliest littV
creation was in the shape of a sinal
hat made of snow white ostrich dowi
with tiny little black feathers tippet
with blue which were placed on on
side. With this hat were shown i
snow white collar and muff also. Th
collar is strikingly set off with th
latest design in niching. which i
worn so extensively this season.
Perhaps one of the newest design
is a hat in cloth of gold, satin finish
ed lop, faced with black satin, am
trimmed with a wreath of willov
feathers which makes it striking ii
its simplicity and elegance.
A hat made of London smoke safii
with a large gold cabbage rose am
I autumn leaves, with short streamer
I of golden brown satin ribbon whicl
' conies gracefully under the hair wa
:> 1 so greatly admired.
| A striking leader of the stylish hat
was a derby crowned hat of eanar<
blue faced with black, the crown o
which consisted of one huge owl, o
varving shades of blue and green.
Still another canard him" whicl
was finished off with a wreath o
i l leather puffs, and includin
the new and pretty style of the rib
bon hand or bow that tails >o grace
fully over the hair and gives a ver,
youthful appearance to those who ar
able to wear this style.
Another artistic hat is one of mais
satin with buckle on right side face
with while satin and trimmed will
y? organdy plaiting and rosette to mat ell
The organdy used gives such a daint;
. touch to the general effect.
A large green hat crowned with
ruffle of three shades of green ribboi
with pretty chenille pins with .,je
centers is a hat of much beauty.
The cloaks, ready made suits, dres
goods, lace trimmings, IVr-ian band.'\opera
cloaks, eolars. and all Kinds o
latest designs in notions can be fonn<
Miss Wiser with her valuable assis
lain stylo of beauty will be most be- !
Kaeh establishment seemed to liaveLf
some one hat or bonnet thai was tlici^
''must catching" affair of the day.
At Mimnaugh's it was tin- daintiest,
prettiest little white felt child's
Hutch bonnet trimmed with shirred
ribbon and white niching.
One feels well repaid after looking
over Hie tailor made suits, skirts,
and cloaks at this establishment. The
prices are most reasonable and the
((itaiilics offered exceedingly good.
Ol course there,are all kinds of new
ideas in the notion department which .c,
are very pretty. Tu the suitings the
long coats are very much in vogue
this season. Q
THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY. ?
Millinery Opening?Lutheran Synod
?Lesson Learned at Gentry ?
Prosperity, Oct. 1.?October's
bright blue weather is with us. Kv- o
crything is gelling in readiness for
the winter, particularly the trees and
the ladies. The trees have donned
their bright hues and the women are
following suit by gelling themselves *"""
stunning hats. At J he millinery openings
Tuesday and Wednesday were
displayed myriads <f hats that were
the embodiment of -style, good taste. *
and becomingness. We always have
here pretty creations to enhance wo- j
man's crowning glory, and this year the
milliners have icached the high j
water mark. We cannot attempt to ^
tell you what you should buy, or what
color you should choose |o be in vogue ^
but there are those who will lake a
special delight in saving you any
further thought along this line. At
Moseley Bros, you will find Miss
Statcn ready to cater to your tas/e.
Miss Bobb wall iuxt tire trying to
demonstrate which of her hats you
should wear. Miss Taylor, at Mrs.
Calmes, is ready and willing to show
you her entire stock.
The Evangelitical Lutheran Synod i
<?l South ( arolina convenes here early
in .November, and the Woman "si
Missionary convention also, beginning!
October and continuing three j
Mr. and Mrs. T. I), Copcland are
visiting the hitter's parents, Mr. audi
Mrs. Moseley. j
I he company formerly known as
the Prosperity Holler Mill Co. has
dissolved and the mill building and
lot were bought by Mr. Wi.ii. Moseley. __
II i> current that Messrs. Anderson """
ami Hodges will move tiieir lent t?
tin; city for a scries oL' meetings.
Mrs. Branien, of I'nion, is with her
sister, Mrs. Kinard.
Mi>s (ierirude Simpson has gone l<.
i olumbia t" cuter iiie Beacouess" g
("raining school preparatory to her
departure for tin: foreign field?a
\e:ir hence. r'
-Mrs. Alice Kohcrtson visted Mrs. H
I. L. Wise last week. .
b'ev. Mr. Hough held a series of '
very helpful meetings at the A. li. P.
church last week, administering com- A
in union on Sunday. v
The Lord's Supper will be cele- a
bra ted at Grace church Sunday. A ^
full congregation is desired.
Miss Hannah Wilson, after a picasant
stay, has gone to her home in sli
Long Bros, of the Bethel section
sustained a very heavy loss a few vi
days ago. Their ginnery burned, their
machinery was comparatively new. tu
Xo insurance. II
Mrs. Clara l?lair, of Columbia, is
visiting the Misses Bohh. ai
Mr. 11. S. Boozer visited his daughter,
Mrs. .1. P. Wheeler, this week. In
Mr. Lawrence Sease went up to Si
Mrs. I-'ripp and children, of Char- ,J;
leston. were the guests of Mrs.
Craig last week. W
j Master Allen Lester has returned '"
to the Citadel, and Master Harold ';
Craig to the Porter Military Academy }'
at Charleston. ls
I he public missionary meeting
j Sunday evening at Grace church was
postponed, due to the inclemency of'
j the weather. I| will be held Siiudav j ?
i evening, ()ct. I.
Misses A 1111 i e M o < I e v and M i IIII i i *
Boyd Brown have returned to their
I "studies at the Presbyterian c >Jh"je
' in Columbia.
Ouite a goodly number of our people
carried their little folks up to |.
Gentry's Show to he entertained arid
instructed. Apropos of instruction
reminds us of the lesson there for
parents. A little girl who had seen (l
the show was asked by her mother
it" she had seen how beautifully the i
animals obeyed llieir masters, and if j ''
animals could do that well, how much J
better could and should little girls'''
j and hoy*. do. " \ indeed, mother."" "
! "-aid the lot. "'ma\bc 1 could do bet-J 1''
tcr if I !iad been a< well i rained.'' i
Mrs. 11 .inter. Mrs. He Wall. andjP<
Mrs. Mitchell went to Columbia to I
An Exceptional SI
)ur showing of Fine Clothing this s
ar the best collection of ready-to-we
hown in Newberry?mostly Merch
>atterns and are sold exclusively by
ve tell you they are made by Strous
md the Fecheiner, Fishel Co. you an
s good workmanship and fit as y
nade to measure houses.
fj GOOD CLOTH, STYLE AND FIT
Are the three essentials of perfection
in High Art Clothes.
You get everything possible
in the way of good dressing at
a very moderate price
$1 5.00 to $30.00.
THE F. F. F. MODEL
b Shown here is made of Striped
Worsted all wool and thoroughly
shrunk before cut, which insures
a good and lasting fit.
Stripes are a decided hit this
? season $15.00 to $30.00.
Here's Where the Dollar Doej
Our showing of $10.00 Suits is unquestionably <
ell at $12 50 to $13.50. A look will convince yc
Vis statement. We are showing a splendid lot of
lere Suits, $5.00 to $8.50. Come in and try on on
-oubleto show goods.
m| Wednesday. PULL OUT A HAIR. Jfc/|
We are t > lie favored Thursday AviA
eiiin-j wiili a < las- ' tent vaude- The Way to Tell if Your Hair is ?
M i <. l'u'jli and children have re- Kven if you have a luxuriant head Wl
rned li'ttin several weeks .-lav at of hair, you may want t<> know wiieth- "
eleiia. Ha. er il is in a healthy condition or not. ___ _
I *and .\i i'-. White, id Savannah, <is per eenl ol'thc people need a hair | R-*
at Mr. II. ('. Mo<e|ey s. tonic. You can make a test yourself *
Mr. fleo. Harmon leaves the lourth thai yon can see and understand,
ir Atlanta where he will enter the which will tell whether your hair is!
mlhern Denial college. healthy or not. l'nll a hair mil of |
Mr. A. II. Kohn is home lor a lew your head, if the hull) at (he end of j
>.vs. flic root is white and shrunken, it !
I lie I'almelto club meets with Mrs. proves that the hair is diseased, and Df
yclie 1* riday eveniiiL'. I lie suhjecl requires |>roni|?l treatment if its loss, '
hand will lie a comparison ol the would he avoided. If the hluli is n
li/.azelhaii and Viclorian period- in ,.inl< and full, the hair is healthy. o]
II -1 i - h Literal lire. A full meeting \\Y want everyone in Newherry
desired. whose hair requires treatment to try [jl
0,,i. |f,.x.j11 Hair Tonic. We j
HASKELL TO SUE HEARST. promise that il shall n..t cost any-; D<
I hi11ir il it does not irive sat i-factors'
klahoma Governor to Prosecute results. Kevall Hair Tonic i- r?j
New York Editor for His designed to overcome dandruff, n Ul
Charges. lieve scalp irritation, to stimulate the _
hair root-, to lighten the hair already ' | ?
Kau-a< < . Mo.. September '-M'. in tin* head, jfrow hair and cure h.ild
,-peeial |i> liie Times I I'oin (i ul h rie, | ncss\ I
kla.. says: ()iil of |0(l cases where it was i/iv-j
Hovernor <'. N. Haskell i- prepar- en a thorough, conscientious test, il i
'i to hrinir suit in the next lew days prew hair on fK! head-, which should l \i,
rainsl William K. Hearst hecause of he sufficient proof that Rexall "O'l" ????
e lalter's charges concerning Hov- Ifnir Tonic contains extraordinary J]
nor Haskell's alleged connection curative and hair growing; qualities. ???
ith an attempt to hrihe I'Yank S. It is hecause of' our knowledge r>f
< fii net I I'm- the Standard Oil com- this preparation and our sincere ^
my. The -nil will lie l>rou*_'hl in faith in il- goodness fliat we want JWll
is-ouri. prohahlv at Kansas City, you to try it al our risk. ""I
. c. I la-kcll. of Mexico. Mo., is Rexall Hair Tonic is > clean,
re a s attorney for (Jovernor lla-- clear preparat ion which does not I
i' preparinif the petit ion. crease, .intii or thicken the hair, and j
_ it has a very pleasing odor. We have J the !
DST CARDS that sold for for f? 1 "c" '*",;nk
cents at 1 cent. Hroaddus & Huff. ("M"* NN "ck s |)n,L' Mayc
ry, S. C.
.eason is by
jar suits ever
us, and when
s and Bros..
3 assured of
ou get from
'.Tie FECHHlilMER FISHEL CO/
' N?W VORK f
> its Duty.
is good as others
)u of the truth of
Kersig and Cassie
of our suits. No
iversible Disc Plows
(racuse Chilled Plows
escent Cast Plows
)y Dixie Csat Plows
sc Harrow Reversible
irm Fencing, Wagons
id Hay Wire
rnter How Par Away You
t Will Pay You to See Us.
mmer Bros. Co. |
[JILT S All-Healing Liniment,
lions,-hold ronvdy on tho
' ',v '' I)'! convinced.
ss' Drug Store.