Newspaper Page Text
Happeniigs of a Local and Persenai
A. J. Boggs vis
' last week.
and Mrs. W. A.
- nday, a fine boy.
Don't forget . that I am here
to do any kind Of repair work.
Bicycles a specialty. R. E. Gooa
win, at H. A. Richey's store.
recently escaped from the Pick
ens county chain-gang, was cap
tured in Anderson, Saturday
B. L. Caughnian, at present
railroad commissioner, a id a
candidate for re-election, was
in Pickens, Monday, seeing how
the land lay.
0-1. . Lyon will go to Liber
ty now and then. ,Wha.t is the
attraction over there, I Wonder?;
He muist go on business (?)-Cal
vert Cor. Brevard News. -
J. L. Brown, of Pickens, R.
F. 1). No. 1, left rITuesday for a'
10-days' visit to his brother,
John L., dt Shady Grove, Ga.,
U'vhoml he has not seen in sixteen
John Burgess. who escaped
from Deputy Marshal J. C.
Alexainder and other oflicers
ao)Out two mionths ago, was cap
tured this we.k in Greenville
May be they were hme-grown
-and maybe they were not
bnut th :1 ra whierries D). B3. Fin
noy pa il bhfore his guh the'
otheir eveigwr ncosjs
Miss Cecil lester, f Rock
Hill, w\-ho hi-; been on a week'
visit- to her father, who is in
Gr'ee'n ville f1:- treatm n, a nd to
her nmt)!her, who is at home
sick, le ft for shool TIu(sday
both ( lier parents being so
mu1ch (proved as to perniit )'
her ret ir'ning.
Hiarv\(y Reid, aged 67 vel's,
living beow Pumpkintown. near
the Olga schoolhouse, died Fri
day d (Joolinoy. Mr. Reid was
working in the shop fixing his
4- e, and it is not
-'e: his death was
.ccident or a case
.ilN will not * hold
any meeting to elect delegat.s
to attend the General Confeder
ate Reunion to be held at Bir
mingham, Ala., June 9--10-11,
but anone cn go who cares to.
Cornnnandant WA. B. A llgood
requests all who (decide to go to
get thieir1 credentials properly
sig~ned by AdjIutant J. B3. New
bery ini plenty of time.
The layman's meeting held at
'Shady Grove, Sunday, was wvell
attended and much interest was
aroused. A good round sumL
was subscribed. Thisj move
met is getting a firm hold on
the church members of this
county. So far the Baptist de
nomination is taking the lead in
this movement, but no doubt
the othert denominations will
also take a great interest in it.
Mv. D). H-aynes, living near
Liberty, on the 27th inst., killed
a bird of some sort, on dry
ground, that is foreign to these
parts. It is between a duck and
g'oose,.- in siz~e, is web-footed,
slender'-legged, has a very long
bill and measures 4 feet 8 inches
from tip to tip of wings. The
ornithologist connected with this
office staites that it is a sea-gull,
and that it was blown inlani)
b)y the rec'ent storm.
Rev. N. G. Ballenger clo0sed
his mleetinlg in the Pickenis Meth
odist churich last Friday night,
after two weeks of hard lalborinlg
tr'ying to show sinners the err1or
of their ways. The services be
gan again on Sunday mninlg
in the Baptist churiich by Rev.
P. F. Crawford assisted by iRev.
D. WV. Hiott and also Bro. Bal
lenger'. The gr'ounidwor'k Ia id
b)y the Rev. Ballenger is being
builldedl on and we are inclinedl
to the belief that many firm
pIChristian characters will be
i.builded on this foundation. The
mneetino will ""nthue through
-I4 p. m.and each day.
If you wtnt style go where it is sold.
If you can
An hour or two spent in inspecting
what to buy for your spring and sum
my. Our rapidly growing business 3
Lhan ainy printed statement that we co
and you are welcome in either case.
lbeight of style-aiong them is the
nothing of prepartions for Summer
Such ai dispIlav of Fashionable Mill
Fashion's Favorite and Most Beconii.g
A handsome ind becomingu hat a(
.tself enoulh to niake a beautiful woi
lere just the hat that is best suited to y
section as the acme of style.
leaiitifil quality WhVite Lawn Wai
brWirTy fronts, each.......................
moit and pretty Laiinuere W.aists,
a1d Plai(d fTects, each.....................
White iul Colored Tianguere Waisl
mll'I in baby Irish antd Tulieriff efl
.......... . ................ ... I C
Beul ui White Ecru Net Waists, t
ill genuine Cluny Lace at............ 0
Mollsselile Vaists, all colors, lined v
grade Taffeta Silk, with lace yoke al
nied with Silk braid, bands and butt,
P rice .............................................
.Mu1slin Underwear vill feel very <
able fromt niov ol, especially if you <
it ready to put oi. What is the use,
ing it yourself, when you can save
Ecrne Net Waists
These waists will fill every need ft
shirt waist. Th~ley are lined with
weight silk and tr1iimedl with cre1
Cluny bands, maIkinlg ini the whole a
ful effect; pric...................85.98
This is the very neweV(st idea and
feet; dream of. beauty. We have no
anything in the waist line quite so ha
Ask to see them......................
The demand for Spring Wool Goo
we anticipated, and our large purcha
Suits and Skirts are moving wvith a r
new wecaves andl coloi s, styles that
and prices -that are in reach of all.
NOTE PRICES I
Black and Colored Panama, one<
Spring WVool Goods in Colors and
Wool Taffeta, an elegaut and se
W'ool Goods, 45 inches wide, black ai
An elegant line of the ever popub
Mohairs and Sicellians, which er
honest service, at. per yard
,I to Greenville's are
Ask any one in Greenville for the 'Greatest St-r
t come to Greenville do the next best thing-ord
splendent Spring Sty
Dollection of all that is New and
the m(st fascinating array of Spring Fabrics will
ner wardrobe. Our stocks have been carefully s(
eaks more eloquently in behalf of the satisfactior
uld nuke. It's a downright pleasure to visit this
There will be many events the coming season at
Music Festival, Horse and Automobile Show, the
trips-Arnold's is the place to secure the necessiti
inery at econofmilical pricei has never been made in i
Style; arC I.arshalled togethler for your inspection.
[1ls imlen)!y to aY woman's apmarance and an 1
nan look hom1''ly . The-refore choose your hat wit
ou. You d.) 1noi have to experilent. Arnold's Mi
ted Showing of Sumi
sts Em- V 1
:h o -- ...98 and a
:h( ked one-h
b a"tlae - i t \
m.0 pu rpl
.78 to %7"beau
]d ri-T E xqi
Whether you know anything
t out the p)revailing styl(es or
o'anort Inot you are innediately im- on
')f Imak- pressed with arnold's styles anldl
gourself that indescribable feeling of
satisfaction steals over you that
'it is co(rrect. iNot too "'gandy"' an1~~
lbut at Ithe same time the fullsml
r a io breath of style is blown in to
a light' each model-Arnold's Millinery
flt)af~lis loked upon01 throughout this We 11
to 6.98 .sec;tion hywomen oftaste as the t he ci
acme of style and elegance and i d n1
isa10- If you can't findjutwa Bik
udsomol you w~anit ready built, our Art- sellini!
....$9.88 1 st will build it for you. Liner
dsi vngreater ~thanPliefet. rcee
ses of WVool Goods for
ush. \Ve have all .theiO
are unquestionably right Weaetlstbct
>f the most popular ofj aua n \ht
B~lack, 48 inches wide, at'bea
75c. Sl n il lv
*rviceable medium weight
)d colors, 85c to $1u.25 yd
ir Voile, Black and Col-tocniheeopra
$i to $i .50 hv nedesvre
innot be beaten for good, mnstuyt rs
oc.to Ptoarodsforects. Prcp
1 an I they will dire::t you to Arnold's
er by mail.
leS. m& t1 04
decide the question with you as to
:lected as to qualIty, style and econo..
i that is dealt out across our counters
store wvhether you wish to buy or not
which you will want to be robed in the
Federation of Women's Clubs, to say
es for all the occasions.
his city. The matchless creations of
igly, unbeeonming piece of headgear is in
II h .ar% and discrimination. You caII get,
llinery is looked upon throughout this
mer Millinery <
Now Spring Silks.
at is prettier than a gown of silk-soft
iry for Sunner wear. What fabric is
alf so dressy and more becoming in its
iful clinging effect than Silk--the fab
hich appeals to Kings in their Royal
e, knowing. nothing mo elegant with
Li -to a111 )1-1 theIi r persou..u.1-o thanl this,
i' ~w rC'e_;manps rst
tisite line of Messeline Silk, light shades
o ing. Price, per ya d................85e
ine Japanese Pongee Silks, Tan in two
Lies, per yard.......... 25 and $15.50
ee Burl',p in several substantial sh aides
reet wec ar. Per yard................ . 1.00
a" wash Silks, J alp as tIie name sug
black and white at 5 cents to ... A.00
riful line tan grounid Foulards with
figures and dlOIs, cool and airy for sum
vear' pe.r yard.......................50
are the most c~omplete' line of laces in
ty. Our Glerman Vals are beautiful
ew and a~t very rnioderate
prices 8c to( 20c.
t of handsome c'ottoni (Cluny, which is
Svery rapidly to be used2( in trimming
Suits and Skirts. Price per yard... .10c
it Colored Wool Goods in Suit lengths
s5 light Blue, Tan and Grey Check and
yardj 85c. to $1.50
o satisfy the demand for Long Gloves,
nch Kid Gloves 1 2- and 16..button
$3 anid $3.50
Chamois 6.-Button length and washa..
:s, all colors, at $r .25 and up.
WILL PAY YOU
re for your summer needs, where you
y from which to select. It is every wo
s wecll as her means will afford. Come
ur railway fare is a smnall item.