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Alld p l
in the I
T his sec
Its a pleasure to
miering Silks-every kii
20 inch all silk taffeta, ii
36 i *nch Black Tafieta, ce
Special yard wide$1.25
20 inIch Cream \Vash Si
27 inch Cream Wash Si
50c Colored Corded Wa
36 inch Panama doth, pi
36 inch 18 Twill Hlenrie
44 inch Melrose for ski
42 inc6 Cheviot Serge,
46 inch Silk finish Henri
56 inch Parinms, Cloth,
46 inch French Voil, Ae
40 inch Moihair special,
COME TO GREE"
to lay in yur spring su
it ong less money if youi
A HEARTY WELCC
--6J L.nOHMPlON, ETon.t,
bScrpcial 1.00 Per Annum.
27eeda Pic P~Cre ash ClSi
PICKENlore. Cordd W
3eineay Anaia 2lth,0.
The inuch eirng fod schoir
com 2 tonachs CevioSt r ngh,
- and wh iehv Silkan fin Het,
soe 6l siintoih ian th, ai
46erisnh cFming. Voie wer
Wwato alk in you aboungthe
t on less onetudy it
At1 o'clEA andtos wohav
the ffe t nhich theyla weremaie.
Thesovpteivil $1.0 coed onday
eveningiMay 1ste a omitte
selectred by thoei cotestantsu then four
hihet contchtanti forth scholar
ship andt~ th wony tihest churcet
(n fthe other 1 oocn t ia ,h
tos they hive a perfctrh to be,
rent or we representd, and' anyd~ f
50friehd1 Ioi ~ tho cottan aie
theoe ihkcin.igropoe e a
ed wntesd a) tho youpaout wih
ted ot oe on therdofiug
copo wilnol t ot avt., it int the
thesTlelft~~i the wee noikeep
ship and bo ththihe ndteao
4hould be music t(
he week crowds c
of choice mercha
a is grand. Fame
esents an array c
rchases here. Ev
to be had for the
>lumibi a to Ashevi
tion, but 'tis not I
F TOW N TRBADI
Every day then
We Will take plea
UOODS AND SILKS.
took through the grand stock ol
id that is worthy.
ncluding white, per yard
very yard warranted, special pii
Black Taffeta, per yard,
lk, per yard,
1k, 50 cents value,
Ii DRESS GOODS.
er yard only
tta, per yard, only
ts, per yard, only
pecial, per yard, only
etta, per yard only
olian and Canvas, 75 and
plies. You c
aea - dress better a
-ade at A OLD'S.
.T Greciville's Greatest
SOUTHERN COTTON ASSOCIATION.
Elsewhereoin this issue we publishi
an articio on tho Soutlhern Cotton As
sociation),, written by lion. lIarvio
Jordan, setting forth w~ hat, the Asso
ciation stat'.1s for.
'I'his is a~ timely artile and shioub'l
be read and heoded by all of our re.a 1
ers1. 'lhe Asocition 1,mdIs for. ihe
meia lly and ageultrahi-cy Uad it
wvill win ont if t he mcmbera will
plll togetLher. Alretady muach goo
has~ beenq acco~mplised: aI better prIice
fo cotton), at reduction of theaeeae
*m more diversilied heminrg,
la this county diverr ity is the cry.
More land is sown to grain, or1 lying
idle thani usual, andia what land is
plait id is ini better coiition and
moore highly fort ilized, anud as a con
sequeneo, with favorablo seasonis, a
gre ater yield will be inzade wvith mui~ch
less wni3ok, won andi I iboii r thai in ~
mu ich better offl fintancially, eveni if
the prodlucts of hii fmuI are solalinag
at a less prico nexzt fall Ihanu last.
Shero is a Iessoil t hatL t ho farmers
fast leairing: that !'13y can raise
're stuff ou less land 'at a loss cost
id less wvori. Deept plowing, high
.srtulizat ion, andi a di *orsiity of crops
does tho wvork.
WVe are glad Picken ' county farm
ers are awokeniing to the( possibilie.s
of this soil. Now if I 'ny will diver
sify their crops a hltl1 :Inot (, try eacth
year to get their lun.1 in a higher
state of cutitvationi not I will (devotO
moure Limo to stock raIsing --sheep,
cattle, horses, mules, rimzd even fowls
or fruit, in a few' yeris they will bo
independent, and their firms will be
worth many Limes the price they
would now sell out for.
. Study crop condi tis; btundy y'our
land, its soil forimathma, and aldapIta
lity to certain erol-a, watch the ef
(eet of crop rdtation; w hon you have
learned well your ..-on then will
you make money.
Remaninber that brains ind fertil
izers, snixe .in the rlight proportion
aind p)ut 'on .Pickens cannty soil will
do wonder. and put money in your
The people of Pickens want to
build, up this town and at the same
time help tohbuild np the countyan
b my 1~~eire and ne 1 yoir' earnest
~J~ly dui coopera~Q) Vil I
A ", 41 y M .. Fh
NS S lll
> the ear of all. who are in a day's t
an be seen wending theiir way to th
ndise; The Dry Goods Departmenl
Fashion's most choice conceits are
Line Takes Up t
1fvalues that safely makes it profi1
ery yard of fabric, every article tha
price. We are looked upon, not o
is the proper place to bu y sty lish rel
OT DECOYED AWAY
They know as well as you do that
usm1ess for them to tol you so.
SPECIAL CONSIDEhA TI)ON.
i some special salo lhor'e outside of
s*81re' in showing you whether you ai
42 inch Mohair special,
Shim- 46 inch Mohair special,
PLUMM IN WASH GOOD!
75c 2,500 yards fast color 5c. Lawns, special
,e 95c 28 inch 7c. figured I awns, fast colors, per yar
98C i case i oc. colored Batiste, worth i c to I 2 1
25c 1,000 yards fine Ginghams and Chambrays
39c per yard
39c '3,000 yds fine Organdies, Floral Display, spe
Zephyrs-Dimities, Batiste and Mercerized
25c. newest desigins. Some of them worth 2
25c. Lot Chiffon, Organdies, newest designs. Mad
48c. Sample case, special .....
47c. GR4EAT W11PQ gj W S A
58C. 48S inch fine SheerL~eca
$1 .00. 11 Vhte atiste, wvorth 20C, Sp~ecial
'00. 40 inch 'Vhite Persian Lawn, special
C. Big line White Mercerized Waist Goods at i
nd . To HOS. A RNv~
Store. 21 and 213 Upper Main Street, GR[
AyerS9The great rule of health
Keep the bowels regular.
And the great medicine
Want your moustache or beard U KNGH AM'S DYE
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use nm ~ m~ noUU0mon .NAIJA ...m .u
Town Improvement Society. Clemti Cironicles.
Wouldl itIO no be ell for the lHon. Deanr Eitor: As I haiveni't seen'
orable M ayor' and! board of alorman anything from our little town for
to call a meeting of theo citizens~ of quite a while, I will give you a few
Pickens~ to ineeJt and)( formi ai town d'ots.
imnprov~emi I.t :oei'ty~? An int rest I ami glad to i.ay thbut t.ho head ib
w~ould soon1 be aIw:keneId anid ('eh of our town f is very-goo~l at prlesoit.
and1( c.Very' one would work to hC lave 'lli0 farmers are well up wahil their
hlis parIt o the t. xwi looking the b)es'; work, and plattmg will soon be comu
in this way wo would haive fine sido Ipleted
walks andl( good streets The1I ladies The whieat crops) luck( very prse
ought to beO aked to join iin, for ther u'it at. I piresent.
is nothing good or beautiful with TbO lae rot di mneIdaag
"'womlani" ef out -it is woI manl!. 'Ilibe ini t.his~ secti on t:) gar~donus amd( frui
lidijes woult take miuch inteirest and M. Urover WVilliams, who is at.
p)rido ini l.aving a "city beau1ti[ful;' teni. ingl school att Cleimson CJoll..-ge,
and1( the front I ardls tnat aro now madel, a bieli visit homel I ecenitly'.
really unsighutly wvould blussomi and1 Miss Leilat Freeman, who 1has boon
bloom witih l->wers and the bacik lo:s quiitei sick, is improving.
wVoutl bo seededl to, grasses; tinl cans) Mr. E'lias~ filomubo 18 qJuite s c
anid dump hecaps would ho seeni no at this writin.
more1. Theiu i'ii.hiay school atL Alt. Car ni'm 1
Our~ city' dadis"' and t.ho-coutly hafs rcetly I'organized andio inecots
coluissiaioners shoul got together Oe) C~d~it 00 n ehp
and1( form a plain whlereby the (Jourtth lilwllhwllttde.
llotuso tquaore could be fenced~ inI and '.hr ilIii Viiii'4Msin
ilaunted in grass, flowers and shrub il) it lgl~zilft .wM.(u'
beryv anid ai pii mak~o ouit ot it. T1his ii
would afl d1) m teriailly to tui~oi ty ofuilio l 3h
the C.>nri house. and town alt lbe a1r(lCt' oh ~eeitV a a
joy and ai pleatuire to all wh*o onitored a ~~
upon01 it tad a dulig ht to t.hoso wvho. ulol.l.W Ietrfr3Ol
holpedl to (ix it up. lniv ~iik.*
~'u h~p tu I tm roeveryu'gt Sunda . 10. ehp
at iml~ X ti'itofcort wllatethe Bcoo io to weat~te.
the run 1. urywillcm ody hoThe.r)Iil ill hfa rdaWoas ison-FCI
gesioni- thir eprt. har .ciet woi 01at t.r-y
Thu 'dtyfathrs' S th aut o i Baptist church on .\cny 3th.
tatve eadofthelow ouhtto ~1 lreq udo hoursent n tha1 daylt
beau 'ifnil ono.\t.uWtown esierlfor-your mji
Z081)Ohl(aietwelit)an e ' %(lelt etr )11UeOrn.
tin th o xtoi ter of x cou tt,*C ,JEl, will su A t Bridge Yong L et. sd,(r
sulomhin alo thsa andtha ,I illlet to 1tet tlwet baiddOrerlh
th ga Iuy w il mb , ody the ug bui.d io a8brideb acs 1rtw eraek
gestint it. thei rotol~.rwe Tner, 190 Sdtheo's, netdt Saiudy
Thne "eit t" as thgoathoi~- M~ayth, t 3 ko'o p.yan t.
vteLalomoton lookin Se t. th' .Hi. J . i C. om.g
ea'ing o f thi n 01 and woulr em. ;
zolns toub (anLId we areinuro eyL Nole to Debtors and CredItors.
wh ol) swngitigh introa g oli toat Ah Ilfersous having claiims (agin3st the
fyin the own and ix te lttr.'eeqt,-M ee M1 . Yondcesd r
rirst iiqiertedltospresentththelsame properly
and walkaryd.if o hardestoobl zi j attso o amnt yt-1t a
ve'rttimng orus ee wLhia th.,' H. O. *- Yon,
strnge wihinourgats wuldsa) Adinisraor
A rla, 958
ravel of Greenvill<
is Carolina's Great
is a voritable floN
he Glad I
)able for you to dri
crosses our count<
ily by the people c
iable goods. Our r
BY THAE R)
this stores' stock
We give our oin t of
the regul A n e1 'os,
e on businc,-ss or
75 and $i.oo.
-2 C, special Sc. Stand
n1 short lengths Sips
Sc. 32 ilC
:ial per yd oc. 36 inc
cloths, all in the A C I
5c, choic. CFti
C'. -r-'ikt 25C. 36 inc
wtcFtaiI at 25c. 3 n
AINS is the
64 fine o
Ioc. Our in
) 15, 20 and 25c. We rwn
LD CO. g
3ENVILLE S. C. tables
tI "% aI#"
THE HEGE LOG BEAM.
S AW. A. L L
HEACOCK- KING FEED WORKS
ENGINES AND JIOILKIns, WOODWORKING
MACHINERY, COTTON GINNING, BalOK
MAKING AND) SJHING LR AND LATH
MACHINanY, CORN MILLs, Ero., ETC.
GIBBES MACHINERY CO.,
.Columibia, S. C.
THE GIBBES SHINGLE MACHINE
Theii ulred(e Is'uned have been1I~ P app inted
l'miistra',)rs of the~ I ca tat of the lato
-. T. McFall. Al! p).'r4onsi indebOIted t~o
I by s tid es .mo( b y niole, nCcoun lt or* other..
wie, nreI~ rineu's.ted to call anld Nette or.
to) at. lh Pickens B3ank~ or alI, McFalt's
I. M. Mnulin,
Adiiint rs fl oIi(f the Estiatce of W.. TP.
] I~' BEremely~g~r~ Lvv
I ~IN EE
s Greatest Store. Every.
es Store. The big store is
er gaden. The range of
.ve miles in order to iake
-rs is thloroughly good, anid
if Greeiville but all towns
nail order business extends
Ire )oyond .competition in
town t-v ade spechil consid
Comc and see this gialnC[
NEW BELTS AND NECKWEAR.
1 the tempting Belt and neck conceits for your selection.
;hing touches" count.
GREAT STAPLE AR
ard Prints, blue and fancies, peryd
on'11s Se Silk Finish F-7oulards 6 -c
h Madras Shirting,"per yd8
h Honie-made Bleaching, per yard 5c.
. Feather ticking, per yard 22 1-2C.
Loom Bleaching 8C.
hi Heavy Sea Island 5c.
N[) SHOE AND OXFORD VALUES.-Our footwear
Cream of shoe making. We handle Dreu Shelby & Co's.
sfords, and they make best women's footwear in America.
iyou a Solid Oxfjrd, patent tip, for $1.00
ndal or Oxford, sold in shoe stores- at $1.50, for
superb at $1.50
dlkis oxford you over s-1w, at $2.00
3h the limit of 1'orfectionti at S%2.58. *2 00 nid A3 !.0
'REM1UMS FREE.-Chinaware, b
away. A Purchase of $3.00 entitles
These cost you nothing. Many
almost by trading at ARNOLD'S.
AND =LL=- FITTINGW-SHiOES5
Are High at any price. There is no
satisfaction or economy in wearing them.
Come to us for your shoes. We wvill
sell you good ones-wvill see thatt they
-fit you. And if they are not right-will
make them right......'..
GREENVILLE, S. C.
THURSD'Y, FRIDAY, SAT 'm
Clot hi for $1.00. 9 yda.Lownes'IlbFino Cambni ior a.u.0
Bleachmng $100. 1212 yards Fino Cabbott Olit~h *1 00.
tandard Grado 0lheck.lodly 4o a yard.
vhbes wide, at 5 ceIis a ard.
Prices on Embroidery and Inserition.
0 I have left in my store special prices
on remnants, odds and ends. Came
VIHIN . early and get first choice.