8 to 11 o'clock
I Wesday Evening 8 to 11 o'clock,
Wnusday and FridayRegular Business Hours
OCTOBER 8, 9, 10, 11, 1907.
Tuesday Evening, October 8th, ushers in one of the most notable events of the season. The
occasion is our Grand Fall Opening Display of neu) and attractive fashions and is far great
er in scope than any previous hapening of a like nature. The collection of the new.styles is
complete in every detail and presents an authentic delineation of the leading modes for fall
Every department of this great store is at its best and the new apparel, material,
and accessories awaiting you are beautiful beyond conception. It is an event of supreme im
portance and we most urgently request your attendence.
This is'one ot our brag de
rant the men folks to re
lember this Opening Display is
partments no discriminating
yell as the women.
for them as
man or woman should miss this
Our large exclusive men's wear
department is now complete in
interesting and authoritative Fall
Show of smart Foot-wear.
MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING.
We are .exclusive selling
The man or boy who is really
agent's In Hattiesburg for Edwin
looking for smart cloths—some
thing different from just ordin
ary products—will fiflnd in our
Clapp shoe for men $5.50 to $7.00 .
Sorosls Fine Shoes for Women
distinctive collection of correct
$3.50 to $6.00.
Silk petticoats in all desireable shades 5.00 to 15.00. Heatherbloom
petticoats in staple shades 2.50 to 5.00. Satteen petticoats;
Fur scarfs and muffs in almost an endless variety. We carry a most
complete line in this section
ly tailored clothes a style and
lines in all leathers and styles.
pattern sure to strike his fancy.
$1.00 to $2.00
Price $1.00 to $50.00
Fall Opening Display of Ladies
New Fall Dress Goods
Strongest Departments of THE TURNER STORE,
have contributed their choicest products to this
the largest and most carefully chosen stock
in complete possession of this
The ever-energetic housekeeper has a thousand plans for the improve
This is one of the
The garments themselves will best tell the story of ^effective modes,
The world's best markets
ment and beautifying of her home. We are ready, willing and able to help
and we invite you to see them If only to learn of what is to be worn in
meritorious exhibition, by far
the months to come.
her economically and will, as ever before, whether It be Mattings, Car
ever assembled in South Mississippi, now
Price $lO.00 up to $58.50
pet's, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Draperies or Upholstery Materials.
New Cotton Fabrics
Arnold's cotton suiting 15c
Of broadcloths bound with
velvet, appique, and lined
with white satin Price 25.00
New and striking skirts for
fall made of Panama Voil
Heamhouse serge, embroid
ered Panama etc; Price 4.50
The largest and most charming crea
tions in waists for dressy wear or for
serviceability. In Madras 1.25 to 3.50
Of Crepe De Chene, Lace and Silk
An elaborate presentation of
the newest weaves and fabrics
for fall and winter in plaids
stripes and all desirable
shades price_50c to 1 50
in blue, pink, white and black ele
gantly trimmed of lace and applique to
American Printing Co.'s fa
Cotton plaids and stripes
In silk 4.00 to 12.50 In lace 4. to 1 5.
match; price 18.00 to 75.00
15c to 50c
Store Closed Tuesday Afternoon
8 to 11 o'clock
8 to 11 o'clock
Preparing for Opening Display Tuesday Evening.
.. .= Will Open ■ —
October 8, Promptly at 8 p.m.
__ . n .. rn 500 to 508 Main St.
1 URNLK | ill to 115Front St.
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