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venings of a Local and Personal
ust s. w it in The
Miss 1aka Bjuggs, of the G. F.
C., spent Sunday in Pickens
with her parents.
FOUND:-Lady's cloak. The
- owner can get It by calling at
this office and proving property.
Court Stenographer M. C.
Long is looking over the politi
cal field in Pickens county this
W. H. Ambler and wife, of
Greenville, visited his sister,
Mrs. E. A. Gilreath, in Pickens,
More printers, more type, a
bigger and faster press is all we.
need. Business is coming our
way faster than we can handle
Our readers will do us a spe
cial favor, and help our patrons,
if they will mention the fact
that they saw their ad in this
Mr. and Mrs. Green B. Mc
Leskey, of Abbeville, are on a
visit to Mrs. G,'s mother, Mrs.
Lula Bolt, in Pickens, and other
relatives in the county.
C. N. Bowen packed up his
bel )nginig; Moa.-day and shipped
them from Pickens to Greenvile,
where le is now located. Mrs.
3owen will go over this week.
Mayor 13. B. LaBoon, L. C.
Thornley, Leloi Boggs and
Bailey C. Robinson, of Pickens,
are on a fishin trip on the head
waters of Sa uda river, behind
Report has it that the Cole
man Hardware Co., of Charles
ton, has failed, and their travel
ing .3ouesIan, W. H. (Jack)
Johnson will soon move back to
his home at Pickens.
Rev. P. F. Crawford preached
in the Pickens Baptist church
last Sabbath morning and night
to large and attentive congrega
tions. in the afternoon he
preached at the Pickens cotton
J. McD. Bruce is having erect
\ed a nice brick structure on his
\ lot facing schoolhouse; when
completed, will be occupied by
Capt. J. T. Taylor. J. T. Part
ridge will occupy the house now
occupied by Capt. Taylor.
D. B. Cooper has packed up
'his goods and chattles and shak
en the dust of Pickens from off
( his feet. He left Monday for
Columbia where he will engage
in business with the hope that
'\ he can do better there than he
did at this place.
W. W. McWhorter believes in
- he editf r eating too, so on Tues
resented this office with
ice lot of home-grown
les from his brag
or. W. is a great hand
wand as his orchard is
* ~ hurt by the cold snap
, have May cherries,
e nd apples. He has
ot Carey, Jr., was ad
*O the bar last week,
Sery creditable and
tu essful examination,
tha igh up in the class.
- lways proved hinr
- cholar, and no doubt
Ojmself a smart law
t bright and shining
.r o the legal profession.
Ar the present, at least, he will
Ihang ont his shingle in P'ickens,
DONT'T MISS THE
A haidsome 'ailor Suit
at about the price of mak
ing. Sale begins tomorrow.
We at all times e
the public, and th
they are read with
newspaper space to
is full of profit.
are always a good 1
a very special annc
sale our entire sto(
half former price.
son ahead of you to wear these g
is right now-be on hand ea
Silks included, and displayed on'
A Millinery Record
There could be no str onger
ndeavor to make our ad ve
e fact that thousands resp<
confidence in our statemei
r fun-- dro always have a1 m
rhose who read and respo
nany dollars ahead at the
>uncemenit el a
E SALE SPE
row and continuing throu
]k Spring Tailor Suits, in
Schedule of Suit Sale
fITS kormerly $15.oo at $7-50
FITS formerly $i 8.5o at $9.25
[ITS formerly $20.oo at $io.oo
JITS formerly $22.50 at $11.25
LJTS formerly $25.oo at $r 2.50
JITS formerly $28.0o at $14.00
The above are all brahd new
4les, colorings and cloths-you
a always use a Tailor Suit-it is
Big Sale of Silk this Week
Here is an opportunity to buy the newest
d most charming Silks of the season-Coin
>ts, Stripes, Checks and Figures. You can
t afford to miss this chance-at least 55 de
ns to select from. You have the entire sea
>ods, but your opportunity for securing them
rly tomorrow. Everything in fancy Summer
Center Counter- where you can choose.
. style and intrinsi,
Unpreedened business that is I
aim is to furnmsi
can be found in
Our business s<
son. If you bvy
A large varn
wrist lengths to
We are sl
testimonial as to the beauty, and pink. Price
THE BIG SILK SALE,
The Big Silk Sale which
begins tomorrow should
prove exceedIngly inter
rtisements interesting to
)nd to them goes to r rove
its. We do not purchase
essage for our friends that
nd to our advertisements
end of the year. 1-ero is
gh next week, we put on
a1l light colors, at exactly
White Tailored Skirts
We have just received a large shipment of
White Wash Skirts, made up just like wool
or silk garments, beautifully tailored-noth
ing slighted about them. There is nothing
more convenient, they stand the tub. Prices
range from $1.50 to $3-50
New Net waists
We, beyond a doubt carry the largest
stock of dress Waists in Upper Carolina,
beautiful designs in Net in both White atud
Ecrue, from $4-50 up.
Sdecial Misses and Ladies Colored Hose
We have an accumalation of Ladies and
Misses Colored Hosiery; qualities Lisle and
Lace, which we put on sale at little over halt
price to clean up. Few Whites in the lot.
Misses Lace in Pink, Light Blue and Tans,
former price 25 cents, now at i 5C
Lot Ladies high colors, worth from soc. to
$i.oo per pair, to closeat .29c.
e value of our Millinery than the magnificent
eing done in this department. Our constant
i our patrons just as up-to-date Headgear as
mny large metropolis and furnish it at less cost.
> far is greatly in excess of any previous sea
it at ARNOLD'S it is correct.
silk and Kid Gloves
ety of all kinds of Silk, Lisle and Kid, from
shoulder lengths, all shades.
te and Net Robes
iowing a charming line of Dress Patterns irm
tiste-Pattern $7.98 to $1 o.oo,
for evening wear, in white, helio, light blue
s range from $8.75 to $12.50.