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GL0R21.Z Si:NG BONNETS.
Newberry Milliners Have Their Usu
al Spring Openings-Vie With
Each Other in Pretty Styles.
It seems like the Storm king wish
ed to help out the merchants of this
city, and prepare an unusually love-Y
11sihine for the opening day. because
the night before being so terrificaily
stormv the merehants must have
Sthouht the crowds would be slim, but
-lorious sunshine bright as the flow
ers on a favorite Easter bonnet came
with the advancing day, and flooded
the millinery rooms, and fell across
the mirrors and made everything,
both the hats and the ladies look
Winter openings are interesting
and generally beautiful but they are
only an imitation of the spring loveli
ness and of the summer beauties.
Th,. poet says "In the spring a
young man's faney lightly turns to
thoughts of love," and how could
that fail to be the ease when the fair
faces of beautiful women are enhanc
ed by the lovely creations in spring
millinery that the tasty and charm
ing milliners of this town have
rought on to please the ladies of this
Caldwell & Haltiwanger.
Messrs. Caldwell and Haltiwanger
have moved their stock of goods from
heir old stand to the large and com
modious store recently occupied by
the Bee Hive and next door to Ewart
Perry Co. This store presented a
strikingly good appearance on Wed
nesday morning when everything had
een arranged for the opening. There.
are the prettiest silks in all the lead
ing shades, the loveliest laces for
waists, the daintiest lawns, and the
most exquisite trimmings to match
the particular shades of goods. Ev
erything was in its proper place, and
it is really like an apartment store.
Upstairs Miss Riser and her able
assistants were most gracious in
showing the hats to the many cus
tomers who came in.
There was one big black hat here
with the crown pipped with aigrettes
and the new style of braid around the
crown; and another black and white
mushroom shape with beautiful black
grapes as ornaments. Both of these
lats were very much admired.
'The "queen'' of the hats here was
apurple chip straw trinmned with
white and purple lilacs, and the dain
ties of foliage, and ether trimming of
the most delicat~e tissue. It is a beau
ty, and is one of the latest.
Another t.hat attracted much at
tention is a black and blue hat with
blue grass, poke shape and handsome
jet ornaments; also a black panama
'th the .most tempting plumgranites
~unning around the top, with a beau
~tiful black bow in the back.
There is another lovely hat which
is trimmed with purple and yellow
wistaria and yellow roses. Then a
ainty little green hat with purple
'olets, a purple bow in back, and a
touch of pink roses to give a lovely
shade to the other~ colors. Then there
is a London Smoke hat made of fluf
fy braid, Alice blue quills. and black
aigrettes. The black hats are mostly
~the rage, and nothing could be pret
tier than a handsome black jet hat
with a most beautiful black plume.
The jet trimmings are very good this
aeon also, and here is a small jet
rban of exquisite design. The
ti-eamers, which were so in vogue
ome years ago, are back in style
again, and Miss Riser was showing
one lovely small green chip straw hat
with wistaria wings, fastened with
uekle, with green and violet trim
ing around crown, and streame?s.
hre is also a large gren poppy tur
trimmed with aigrettes that is
Mower Co. .
Vieing with and equal to any of
eplaces in their display of beau
ful goods is the Mower Company
ith their r' ommodating and pleas
t clerks. who make one feel.at home
d really make the goods show off to
Miss Perslev. who has delighted
be eustomers of this reliable store
r several seasons, had her hats ar
need to the best advantage.
One Fristzia Clef shape hat trim
ed with a large willow plume and
ehandsome jet buckle was one of
1e finest hats shown in town.
A toke shape made of chiffon braid
d old rose roses is attracting much
miration. A beautiful large peach
ket Milan stranw is also very
dsome. with three pink roses, and
ught in the back with a velvet bow
ribbons and a jet buckle. A Copen
gen blue with hyndraingeas trim
gs, violet ribbon bo0w, and peach
etshape is a perfect beauty. An
er Copenhagen blue with the most
.ish of trimmings is also much ad
ed. A Tuscan straw trimied with
rose trimmings, which are now so
ish, is a heautv. Another peach
-et shape trimmed with lovely.
ntv roses and Dresden ribbons, a
e Frisizia Clef shape wKi big
roe and two in black plumes,
J. A. Minmaugh.
J. A. liAmugh ahv\ays knw h1ow
to buy pretty, stylish and up-to-date
good.. le has a Vung lady fir mi.
liner Who is spending ier frst f a
son in Newberry, but she is a most
charming milliner. gracious iI Ie(r
manner. and has had nuh ex; erienee
and kn' ws (hiw to (aptivate her (
lonlers. Iiss Stokes has some h: mt
ful hats pn display. One 4a:1 jqep N
ful hats on displ)ay. One is a poke
shape with plumes and velve t bands
and velvet strearners and jet orna
ments. Another large jet hat with
light .een facing. and black jet or
naments is a lovely creation. An old
rose corday shape trimmed with for
get-me-nots, and touches of old rose
A laroe white hat with gilt band
and long beautiful streamers is a
picture of summer loveliness in ihe
way of a hat.
The hat that catches the eye here
is a strawberry hat. Large lscious
strawberries crown this hat and it is
ideal for a spring street hat. Then
there is a heart shape fancy straw
hat trimmed with chrysanthemums,
green velvet ribbon and fold, and is
Mrs. Emma Hair.
While Mrs. Emma Hair and Miss
Dora Mann did not have any formal
opening they have some very pretty
hats in their show windows.
Mrs. Hair had intended to have her
annual opening but sickness in the
family prevented. There are some of
the prettiest hats, however, to be
seen at this store, where there are all
sorts of new and pretty novelties in
the way of ladies' notions.
She has one violet hat that is very
pretty, ind-eed. and another covered
with leaves and circled with the dain
tiest of pink rose buds, and there are
several as pretty children's. hats as
one sees anywhere.
Miss Mann. the accomplished inil
liner of her father, Mr. Jos. Mann.,
also has the show windows of this
store nicely fixed up and the hats
she has are stylish and pretty. There
are also some pretty hats for chil
All the stores show a lovely stock of
summer lawns, and dress goods of
-every description, so that it will be
utterly useless for the Newbery la
dies to go out of town shopping, for
they- can, and with ease, too. secure
all that is lovely and fashionable in
the season's goods right here in the
NEWS OF BACHMAN CHAPEL.
Lots of Fertilizer Being Used-Eas
ter Services at Colony-Change
Bachrman Cha.pel, March 24.-- -The
clouds have about disappeare and
the weather is a. thsi we should ex
There has been so mae rainl forti
past several weeks nal we wmild he
glad to see the sun mne for awhi!k
as planting time wl' soon be n.ear
and there is a considerable amo9unt
of plowing to do yet' before we will
be ready to plant. It certainly is a
good idea to prepare land well by
thoroughly plowing it before plantn g
as it is much easier eultivated and
There seems to be about as much
fertilizer being hauled out this spring
as there was last year, judging from
the appearance of the wagons loagd.
with it as they leave out of town. It
pays 1-o fertilize what we plant well
and not put all of it down before
planting but save some for a second
application as we are convinced on
IThe health of this community is
very good at present as far as we
Messrs. Julian Price and J. D.
Werts. of Saluda county, visited at
the homes of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wil
son and Mrs. J. K. Epps last Satur
day night and Sunday.
Misses Mamie and Talu Lominick,
from near the Fork school. spent last
Saturday night at the home of Mrs.
Jno. F. Banks.
Misses Lizzie and Ollie Taylor
spent last Saturday night with Mrs.
J. K. Epps and family.
Mr. C. L. Wilson who had the mis
fortune to cut his left hand off about
two weeks ago in a shingle saw is fi
proving nicely. He understands the
condition tha.t he is left in but says
'he doesn't worry about it much
which adds greatly to his improve
There will be regular preaching
services at Colony the first Sunday in
Apil and on the second Sunday there
will be preaching the morning and
Eater services in the afternoon
which will consist of exercises by the
chldren and selected songs for the
occasion. The public is cordially in
vited to attend with baskets well pre
pared and spend the day.
Rev. J. C. Wessin2er will preach
his (elosing sermons at Bachman Chap
el and St. Philips the fourth Sunday,
Now in our ne\
selected and bot
spot cash, who i,
ties direct from t
enables us oftet
HOMESPUN AND SHEETING SPE..
10,00 yards Brown Sheeting, 31-2
5,000 yards Checked Homespun, 4
10.000 yards Ghevotte, 10c value
at 8 1-3c yard.
Mississippi Plaid 6c yard.
Good Plaid and checked, 5c ya-rd.
Boys suits from 98c to $4.00 for
the 87.50 kind.
NEW CHAMBRAY &ND SPRTNG
5) pieces 12 1-2c French Gingham,
speeial 10c yard.
40 piedes soft finish Chamrbr:.y
worth 12 1-2e, at 10c. yard.
50 pieces new spring Colored Lawn
and Muslins 10c yard.
20 pieces very sheer Colored. Swiss
worth 20c, at special 15c yard.
20 pieces 40 in. very sheer Wite
Lawn 10c yard.
25 pieces 40 in French Lawn worth
20e, at special 12 1-2e yard.
10 pieces 40 in French Lawn, White
and Black, worth 25c, at 16 2-3e yd.
The 50e grade Linen Lawn in this
sale 39e yard.
SEE US FOR LINENS!
and the latest
morning and at St. Philips in the af
Rev. J. J. Long will fill his vacancy
at St. Philips and Rev. P. IH. E. Der
rak at Bae.hman Chapel.
Mr. Rutherford, who recently mov
ed irto this section is still in very
The peach crop is badly injured but
not all killed yet, but we don't see
hovw it could escape amidst the kind
of frosts we have had.
If any of you have a good gentle
horse of a kind disposition and also
a stylish appearance that you would
like to trade (or swap which ever
you choose to call it) just notify one
of our neighbor boys who is in that
busine-ss now and he will be glad to
consult with y.ou.
Mr. F, tne stove doctor. was
through this section last Saturady.
f --mu- store is out of fix just let
Mr. For nr'e;cribe andi treat it and it
wi cover at once. He has had a
great deal of experience in that busi
The gra in crop is looking very well
now. An application of nitrate of
sde in two or three wveeks from now
will give g~od results. WVe made an
expeiment on oats with it last year
and where we put the nitrate of soda
doubled those that didn't have any.
There has been a quantity of grain
sown and we hope to see an excellent
The farmners have almost quit sow
ing wheat but the present priee of
flour will cause more of it to be sownI
next fall I think.
Miss Maud Melligan. of Atlanta,
who has been visiting Miss Alma
Quattlebaum, has returned home.
Mrs. Annie Belle Fellers. of Hlod
ges, splent last Monday ni:rht with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Quat
v store next dc
ight by our Mr. C
conceded to b(
from the two C
he looms for our
i times save yo
BLEACHING AND CAMBRIC.
10.000 yards Poe Mill Bleaching at
7 1-2c yard. Buy all you want.
10,000 yards 36 in. Bleaching at 5c
20 pieces Androscoggin Bleaching
at 8 1-3c yard.
5 pieces good Cambric at 10c yd.
5 pieces real Lonsdale Cambric,
the 15e grade. at 11 1-2c yard.
BIG VALUES IN WHITE WAIST
Lot 1: 1 case remnant in 10 yard
lengths. worth up to 16 2-3c. at spe
elal 10c yard.^
Lot 2: 25 pieces nice she-er waist
ing at 10c yard. Better goods at
SILK AND DLESS GOODS.
20 pieces Japanese Silk, all the new
shades, 50c value to go at 29c yard.
$1.25 value Taffeta Silk at 97c yd.
Wool Skirt goods in all the new
weaves at a saving of from 10 to
25c on the yard.
One piece Cream Shadow Plaid Mo
hair worth 75c, at special 50c yard.
5 pieces Silk Lustes, 56 in. Black,
Blue. Brown and Gray Mohairs, these
are extra special, worth. $1.00 yard,
at special 59e the yard.
Good 36 in wool Skirt, goods at 19
and 25e yard.
Crepe paper 4c roll.
ien you buy here
n the State.
If you are not at present a sub
scriber of The Herald and News send
in your subscription and become one
and we don 't think that you will re
Wishing a successful year for The
Heraid and News and its subscribers
and good health.
Delightful progress is heing made
toward th'e producei~n o. ''Pauline, '
a bright little opera in t.wo part.- hv
Charles Gabriel, to be giver. A.il!
2nd in the opera houoe by Mrs. Them
as's Choral class. Popular prics for
seats. 25 ( 35. and 50 cents.
Following is the cast of characters:
Pauline, (laughter of Cassady
Miss Rook Simmons.
Cullie. serving maid-Miss Mabel
Chiekie. a spinster sister of Cassa
d-Miss Etta Shelley.
Naine, a village belle-Miss Marie
Kiomni, fortune teller-Miss Adeline
A Tone Picture Evening Bells
1st sop.-Miss Adelina Johnstone;
2nd sop.-Misses Rosalie Wheeler
and Florence Bowman; Alto-Miss
Haber, a New York Journalist
Mr. Alan Johnstone, Jr.
Shady-Faber's colored valet
Mr. Pierre Gaillard.
Cassadv. Landlord of Dalles Inn
Chilkoot Ika, an eceentric charac
lRnhen. a farmer boy-Mr. Marion
The Villae Physician-Mr. Der
ior to the Exchar
new line of
L. H. Bailes, of Ani
) the best buyer
wholesale and t%
u from 20 to 50 per ce
ODD PANTS AND OVERALLS.
Just received one shipment 248
pair men's spring pants, these we
picked up for spot cash at about one
One lot only 11 pairs but good siz
es, worth 60 dollars a dozen, to go in
this sale at $4.00 the pair.
One lot, 13 pairs, wortih $48.00
dozen, in ease lots at only $4.00 the
One lot, 19 pairs, new styles, worth
$3.50, at special $1.98 the pair.
No 1 and 2 lots Blue Serge pants
Iot 1, 36 pairs, $3.50 Blue Serge
pants at only $2.98 the pair.
Lot 2, 36 pairs, $44.00 Blue Serge
pants at $3.50 the pair.
All pants left of the E. L. Bailes
Bankrupt Stock at your price.
100 dozen -Union made $1.00 grade
overalls a+ 75c .the pair.
100 doz. men's 25c fancy and plain
liles sox at 15c.
10 dozen ladies' gauze hose, 25c
value at 15e the pair.
20 dozen ladies, light Blue, Tan,
Castor, Champaign, Pink and other
colors for evening o'dress, worth 50c,
at special 23e the pair.
And thousands of other useful ar
tieles that we haven't space to men
you only get th
we had no stow
Next Door to the
Uncle Joe, a one time slave-Mr.
Sorrow-Frank Williamson; Bor
row-Jas. Smith; Morrw-J. N.
Martin: three unsurrection tramps.
Choruses: Picnickers, serving
A sNopsis of "'Pauline'' will be
ITickets on sale at Newberry Hard
ware Company. Proceeds to be used
for Choral interests.
TARIFF AND COTTON GROWER.
Senator Smith Wishes Not to Pix
Price of Cotton by Statute But to
Abolish Unfair Methods.
Wash.ington. Marech 19.-Tn reply
to artieles in various newspapers of
the North and South Criticizing his
p)ositionl with respect to the price of
cotton, Senator E. D. Smith. of' South
Carolina, today issued the following
'"It seems strange that newspapers
which are supposed to have an intel
ligent idea of men and affairs of na
tional interest should be so absurdly
ignorant of the real issue involved in
my campaign in South Carolina last
"At no time or place have I said
that I would work for the passing of
a national law fixing arbitrarily the
price of cotton at 15 cents, but I did
say, and do now reiterate, that the
producers of this great wealthprodue
ing artiele were and are entitled to a
square deal. That the national gov'
enent should see to it that the ex
ehanges should he so regulated that
the prices made by them should be
the price of the purchase or sale of
tbe commodiy nd tat no ehn:
ige Bank with a
:erson, S, C., for
that visits the
in large quanti
vo retail stores,
nt. on your purchases.
20 dozen much wanted children Red
hose at 5c the pair. Better Red hose
for children at 10c and 15e the pair.
Men's sox from 5c to 25e%
Ladies' best grade Black and Tan
hose at 45e pair.
Big shipment of men and ladies'
neck wear just in.
50 dozen men's 35e ties, all new, at
50 dozen ladies' 25e Windsor ties
at 10c dach.
10 dozen men suspenders 10c pair.
10 dozen men's suspenders 15c pair.
20 dozen men's 50c suspenders at
Silent eloth, or felt, at 20c yaid.
Towels 2 1-2c each.
Turkish bath towels 5c each. The
biggest., the best 10c towel made.
One lot $1.50 White Bed Spreads
(only two to a customer) for 98e'
One lot $3.50 satin quilt, only one
'to a customer, at $2.00 each.
One paper pins Ic.
Ladies' new embroidery collars 12
Fancy crepe paper, mantel length,
only 9 cents each.
See us for the newest things in
men's, ladies' and children's shoes,
oxfords, and sandals. We will have
them in all colors.
e newest things
ed away stuff to
should be allowed' to hold in stock a
lot of low grade cotton practically
unfit for market as a basis for price
quotations and forbid by law the ten
der of any such cotton on contract.
"Secondly, t-hat as we are compell
ed,. by the nature of the case, to sell
our cotton in the open markets of the
world, that we be allowed to buy
such things as we need wherever we.
could purchase them cheapest. If, in
the open markets our cott-on is worth
but 9 and 10 cents and less, it is an
iniquity to force us to buy the manu
factured necessities on a basis artifi
cially and arbitrarily fixed by law
that would require 15-cent cotton to
" The Sout:h would be perfectly
willing to sell her cotton under the
operation of the great law of supply
and demand if she were allowed to
pur'chade what she needs under the
same law. And any fair-minded cit
izen. whether he lives in Jacksonville,
Fla., or Boston. Mass., ough-t to have
sense and patriotism enough to see
the infamy of forcing the producers
of the reail wealth of the country to
sacrifice their profits to the great
trusts and combines by the operation
of an iniquitous protective tariff law.
" The South may be ignorant and
South Carolina's junior senator may
be an exhibition of its ignorance,
but 'he willa submit his case to the
great public to judge as between what
he has said and what he stands for
and t.he high class ('?) editorials that
have appeared on his case from cul
tiired Boston and imitative Jackson
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