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FALL MILLINERY OPENING.
ine Display of Beautiful Head Wear
As Seen by Herald and News
These first golden days. with their
harves: breatahs, have made the folks
of the city look to the fall styles.
How jaded and over worked the once
Aovely summer creation looks when
eompared with the rich, deep tones
tof the winter head wear. Not that
the winter stycs are to be sombre;
and 'dull. Far from it. For there:
is the richest of foliage, the most
brillian: aigrettes, and the glowi.ig
velvets, with scarf drapings of ir
ridescent texture. Nothing could be
more in accord with the rosy Indian
summer at hand, than the many ra
diant models that were to-day -dis
Caldwell and Haltiwanger.
The millinery rooms of Caldwell
and Haltiwanger thronged with hap
py, laughing crowds. Each and all
exclaiming over the exquisite taste
and loveliness of the 'hats. The fur
toques, large and small, were very
much in evidence, in all the newest
shades. Then there were the large
picture huts, one in particular with
the long, black ostrieh plumes fall
ing across the rolling back. Then.
another with rolling brim to the left
side, of handsome beaver, with a
heavy willow plume. One saw ev
erywhere the decided tendency to the
three corner shape, in beavers, felt
and fur. Another large black moray,,
was most captivating with a garni- i
ture of curled aigrettes around the
crown, and to one side as if only
just dropped there, was a large white
rose glistening with silver embroid
ery. So even this winter we are to
have with us still, dew-steeped roses.
Probably one of the newest things
of the season is the chamois crowned
hat. This was of Napoleonic shape.
In fact, in all these models, one saw
the combination of more or less
blaek and gold. One very much ad
mired was of a -pastelle shade of
green combined with orange wings
and ornaments. The diWhanous dain
tiness of a large white hat attracted
much attention. The hat was of white
beaver, and a heavy willow plume be
gan from the front in a big. full bow
of laee net, and fell across the crown
to the back. Indee'd there were hats
of every shade. shape and style, and
one must certainly be hard to please
if there were not at least one hat of
all tihese that appealed to her.
C. & G. S. Mower Co.
It appears that the merry widow is.
beating a iasty retreat but we can
not compalin at her departure when,
on her heels comes the charming
Et.hel Barrymore sailor, which was
seen at tthe Mower Co. This hat is
full of subtle attractiveness because
of its extreme simpleness. Of deli
de e silk, with a deep band of
a 'darker shade facing the under rim,
and t.he rolling left side. It was filled:
in about the crown with an artisti
eally arranged bow. As a study in
the season 's latest offerings, this hat
was in the foremost ranks. A black
faced hat had its top of white kid,
which makes a very unique and swell
hat. There was a miedium sized green
felt, harydsome in itself witliout thbe
rich velvet, which dressed the se
vetrely turned-up left side. This was
one of the three cornered studies, and
one of she nattiest hats shown. A
large black picture hat showed a cord
ot' t ri silk carried aroun'd the
round crown, ending beneath hand
some bck tips. vieing with this for
ocdtnn was a white and black silk
hat with a n(odding white willow
plume almost ereet at one side. Any
one would be prou'd to be the pos
sessor of any of the hats shown at
the C. & G. S. Mower Co.
3 . A. Mimnaugh.
glance into the window at Mim
's invites closer attention.
tattractive is the plum colored
~tilplayed in this window, the
oainshawl effect with loose sleeves,
and the most captivatingly jaunty fur
toque to match with wings, sweeping
bow to the side. Close to this is a
white h't aboundinv.t in lovely white
tifls. 0nd r :en, resplenden: in jet an'd
full. bliwing blaek plumes. is an ex
niUsiteC larige black hat. The st ore
oft Mr. Mimnaugh is replete with
il and dress gioods of every hue.~
1ll the newest sha~)des and trimmings
are present. and placed .o show off
to the most advantage. Jet trimmiings
sristen and gleam,. jewelled passe
menteries, dainty jabots and neck ae
e-ories ea:ch the eye on all sides,
while the suits are all that one could
possibly expect to find in any large
apartment store. As one mounted the
steps to tihe millinery department it
was difficult to decide which way to
turn first. A host of the season's
beauties met the admiring graze. Here
the hats possessed a charm all their
%oVh, and1 distine:ly apart fromn the
others that hail the comingi winter.
At:racting much attention was a fair
lv l? r'-e hat of :ishes of roses. a flat
bow of morav ribbon extending across
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Night'' atOperaHous Tonight
1s. P 25,. 50c. $1.00.
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1st ... Prices 25 . .00.. d
$1.50. Engagement Extraor
1he front, and the arrangement of
ings of the same shade, set off this
rduction as nothing else could have
one. The blending of shades and
timmings was most artistically man
ged and spoke well for the taste and
>mplete mastery of Miss Stokes in
tis ine. As above men:ioned, the
triactiveness of' tis~ establisinnent
as greatly enhanced by t:he copious
:oek of handsome suits. The shades
ere especially good, and the-prices
ist as poud in cu.npairlon. Chie :soft
st pearl gray, delicate plum with
Modest tones in all the season's
oicest offerings are collected here
t Mimnaugh's and give al the style
and harmony that can be found any
here this year, both in tit and be
Mrs. Emma Hair.
Agan we find dainty roses, pink
tis time, caught up in a loose bunch
ad arranged with artistic grace, well
p against the fleecy whiteness of a
.r toque, charming for the theatre
er for street wear,thus combining use
flness wih dressiness. Mrs. Emma
air also~ shows a quaint little poke
nnnet shape, savoring of ye olden
carm of ante-bellum days and cius
ering curls. This was found in a
ade bet_ween Alice blue and pas
lle, with full rosette effects of ro
ss in the same shade, at each siae,
>ming just over the ears. A medium
zed black hat with handsome large
lugs swe ping to one side, and turned
scerely from the hair and face to
te left, was quite chic and decidedly
tilored in effect. Perhaps the best
ting, both in regard to the arrange
om of jet trimmings so much in
vidence this season. and the blend
ig of colors, was a red velvet hat.
aving a high crown with a low
fene-work of brilliant jet encircling
tand extending and holding the left
de back, this chapeau was dressed
iga above the rolled left side with a
all, ,black ponpon surmounted by a
righter siade of red. sl.uht.
iw willowy aigrettes. Every detail
f this creation was charming and
ell'studied. A most graceful ar
mgnement was seen in one, of many
argeous picture hats, with the very
pdular roiling brim to the left side,
Kwaring slightly over the face,
iroopng lowver to the rigsht side and
ak. Thei lines of the 'irih side
ere esp ecily good, ~~ hoiUig tio
mpaling2 ir a hiandisomne scar ofuu black
nd go.d. brVought in loe tolds about
e igh erown, meeting the hand
>mest of black plumes. There were
anv hats of refined taste and rich
>loring. first among these was the
ive gren felt with wings of blend
rg shades, and a soft gray toque
with the sweeping wings. And others
nashes ot roses, and all of the
nicst shades and c obinations so
mn used~( this autumn~n. were every
News of Excelsior.
Excelsior. Sept. 30.-WXe had a
.d atKendIane at onu' Saudav *choonl
unday afternoon. After the school
Rev Tra S. Cidwell preached n in
We have rei
Remember we h
'stock, fixtures and a
tion a few of our rn
ing as long as we cl
Silks and Fi
r piece 59-inch White Broadcl
r piece Imported Red Flanne
$2.00 the yard, at special
5 pieces Herring Bone Suiting
$1.50, at special 98 cents
io pieces -yard-wide Silk, the
15 pieces Shirt Waist Silk, ne
20 pieces Panama Cloth, all cc
io pieces 5o-inch Mohair. the
5 pieces 50-inch Panama, coloi
20 pieces, white, gray and nav
good value&, at 49 cents y'
Remember these goods are 1
u r ate they perfumed with ca
Jot Voile Ski ts with Jet Tri
i lot Extra Value P'anama Ski
:lot Ladies' Black Unhdeiskirt
i1 t Ladie, Whits Uiiderskirt
JOMvu.. Ti. S.
~5,ooo yards Red, Blue and Gr4
4,000 yards yard-wide Bl achi
5,ooo) ya ds Andro.scoggin, ya:
-i pieces yard-wide Soft. Cambi
1,500 yard, Dress Ginghams a
Good Dr ss Calicos, red and n
Our termb r es
Great Council Pocahontas.
P rogram of instituting of 4
Council of Pocahiontas, Improve
der of Red Men at Newberry,
Monday, Oct. 4th, 1909. 8:30
Conferring of Degree of Poe
tas in Klettner 's Hall by the d
team of Cateeehe Council 3
under Hon. Otto Klettner, Chi
Tuesday, October 5, 1909.
10 a. m. Public meeting at I
Addresses of Welcome to vi.s
Fo)r Cateeehe Council. Judge
''hppell; for Bergell Tribe.
F'red H1. Dominicek: for Town of
!>Wrrv. Hon. (I. B. (romTer: for
ter Fraternities. 11on. Geo. S. M
. S. W. M. & G. R. K. P.
Responses.-Hon. .J. S. E
(reat Sae::em. Improved Orde
Red Men of South Carolina;
Ben F. Townsend, Great Senior
amore, I. 0. R. M., S. iC.
11 :30 a. m.-Orga-niza-tion of
Council of Pocahontas I 0. R.
8 p. m.-Reception by Cat
90ouncil and Bergell Tribe to
(reat Council of P'ocahontas an
Great (ouncil I. 0. H. IM. of
aolina and their guests. In
uildin flucme used as the ( t
01our i llous. At I 1is ineetinil
drese wC~ xill be deliveredl by p
.enit members of the 0-rdIer.
the M an
opened in our s4
ne of Dry Good
I's & Boys' Odd J
ave NO OLD SHOPWORN
il. Everything Fresh and (
my specials for opening,cor
.n get such values.
ne Dress Goods,
>th, worth $2.50 a ya,d, at special $1.75.
1, for making children's cloaks, worth
colors black, brown and blue, worth
i.oo grade, at only 75 cents the yard.
V styles, good values, 49 cents yard.
Iors, full 36-inch wide, at 25 cents yard.
75 cents grade, at 50 cents yard.
s black and navy blue, at 49 cen:s yard.
y full 36-inch wide, Seroe and Mohair,
~ew and fresh, never been stored away,
nphor or moth ils
amings, worth $ o.oo, at $6 oo each.
rs at $3-50 each.
, good value, at 98 cents.
, wv ite and clean, at 98 cents.
~en Calico, a op. ning price, 3syde. yard.'
g, at open:ng ,rice, 5c. yard.
:d wide leached, at 8%Ac yard.
c at 10 cents yard
Lt5 cents yard.
ay, at 5 cents yard.
LLY K FUND MuNE
riCtly C - r .
PAINTS PICTURE OF DICKINSON
Or- Former Newberry Man Completes
outh .Handsome Work of Art.
K Washington, D. C., Sept. 28.-Wil
lio- ams Welch, formerly of Newberry,
hon-e bat fr some time a resident of Wash
i ngton, has just completed the paint
in hg of a handsome life size picture of
- of Secretary of War Jacob M. Dick
inson. It was delivered yesterday,
and is no~w in the Secretary's office
ett- Jat the war department. The work
shows unmstakable genius on the
1.ors. part of Mr. W\eeh, and his fridnds
KH. jand relatives in South C'arolina will
fIn. f o donbt be ghidl to knowv that lhe has
ew- made :a .succ'es of hi s uAndertakiniz. I:
Sis- is m unerstood that M1r. D i ek inson will
)wr. hav1\e the ictre takeni to his home i
this city. as there are few sueh largel
)oth, onles inl tihe war dIepar:ment at this
r of time.-SpcCial News and Courier.
on. --_ _
Sag- YOUR MONEY BACK.
~reat Gilder & Weeks Return Money Paid
C of Them if Their Medicine Fails
to Do as They Say.
the We positively guarantee satisfac
the t ory relief and curej to sufferers from
nuith kidney or. urinary troubles. Should
the our Remedy fail to) give entire satis
nty fact-ion,. we will supply it free of all
ad- (.ost to the user. That 's a frank
ami- statement of facts. and( we urge you
to substantiate them at our risk.
and the I
ime old stand
), Dress Goods
Dants & Boys'
MERCHANDISE as w
3lean, direct from the n
nmencing Saturday, Oc
Shoes and more Shoes to arrive i
days in Boston, the greatest shoe a
spot cash a line of shoes for all t
save you from 25 cents to $i.oo
forget the fact that THEY ARE
Ladies' and C
We were too late in the market
but we succeeded in buying a few
for Ladies ond Children. Prices fi
One paper pins 1 cent.
One pair '2ys yard Lace Curtains a1
One pair Men's Maco cr White Foc
Four pairs Men's Heavy Gray Sox
50 doz. Men's and Ladies' Hose an
24-inlch jird Eye or Diaper Cloth
One bu ch, s'x yards, Carnation B
5o doz. Extra Heavy Bleac ed and 1
50 doz. Men's 14-1b. !-leeced Lined
50 doz Boys' Heavy Fleeced Shirt:
25 doz Childrens' Unio , Suits at 2
40 doz. Ladies' Extra Heavy Unio1
50 doz. Men's Ribbed Shirts and D
<>ne box, three cakes, Violet Toi 1
Eight akes Armour's Laundry So
One box Sy van Talcum Power, th
I IF i OU A RE a
31 . *.u dcfor dif
T HE best recomr
vehicle can hav
guaranty that it wil
Live Stock, Wagons, buggies, Hens
To re-estabish nature 's functions;
to strengthen, stimulate to activity,
and restore to perfect health weaEk
and diseased kidneys and associate
organs, there is really nothing we
know of that equals Rexall Kidney
We cannot too highly recommend
t:is splenidid] mledicrie. and to prove
or great faith in its efficaeious and
dependable goalities, we offer it to
yoJu with our money back promise.
Surely that 's the best proof we can.
offr th.a nour laims are sinee and
with a Brand
e closed out our entire
illis. Below we men
tober 2, and continu-&
n a few days. Our buyer spent 10
!nter in the world, and bought for
ie family. That we can gnd will
a pair see us for shoes. And don't
to put in a full line of Millinery,
Very Pretty Ready-to-Wear Hats
om 49 cents to $3-50.
only 25 cents pair.
~t Sox io cents pair.
for 25 cents.
d Half Hose at 5 cents pair.
br .nd White Lily, 76 cents bolt.
raid for 5 cent -
Jnbleached Ladies' Vests 25c. each.
-hirts and Draws a' 39 cents each.
*nd drawers at 25 cents each.
5 cents the suit.
1 Suits at 49 cnts the suit
r ws at 49 cen seaeh
:Soap for 1o cents
ap for 25 cents
e 25c. grade, b r r 5 cents box.
O i 8A TISFI D.
EL LALES Adt
fiex to Exchange Bank.
mendation that any
e, the strongest
I give its purchaser
is the fact that
Farm implements, Prosperity, S. C..
well founded. Why not begin a
treatment tod-ay?i Tiwo sizes, 50e.
and $1.00. Gilder & Weeks, Druggists,
Newb-erry, S. C..
"Do you take tt'his womnan for
better or worse?''
"I do. jedge. I do. But I hopes we
kin kinder strike an aver-age.''
Cot::mn is merely the ability
to fore for a while the things that
re beyond our reach.