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'12:,'~ . ,. .-Chances at ARNL s_ _ Enrmotus Stocks In All Departments. Never before have the trade of Greenviie and surrontding (')un1 I% had such magriificient stocks from which to make thejir fall purchases as we are showing this season. Now (on't take this information wi h "ad grain of Salt" as you d4 a good may "ads." Just a peep on the inside of this big store will soon convince you--a careful investigation of stocls and prices will enthuie you to the buying point. You do not have to make your selections from a mere handful, but a large variety of styles antd prices Agariin thisq is a store of many departments, You d<n't have to run all over town to get fixed up. We carry everything from Shoes to MilliivIw-- n other words, we are head to foot utfitters. You can buy your Dress. Hat and Shoes, or anything else you wish to go with theim without leaving the store. Unmatched Array of Dress Goods. We call attention to a few of the many tempting Fabrics and prices, which is only an index to hun dreds that go unnamed: 40 in. grey plaid Panama, something new; per yd- 5oc 42 in Cheviots and black Navy Brown and Garnet 50c 40 in. Panama in black and navy, per yard Soc 44 in. Panama in the new Shadow checks, per yd. 75c 54 in. fancy Plaid. Suiting, per yarl. 50c 56 in. fancy Plaids for children's dresses, 25 and 5oc 5o in. Cheviot, Serges and Meltons, per pard.... 75c A grand line black and colored Suitings for dressy dresses, per yard... . . . $1.oo The handsomest Broadcloth in the State for............ 1.oo Large line Waisting in wool materials, both plain andembroidered . .. .. ..- 25 to 69c Grand Showing of Silks. When Silks are mentioned people who know AinkI of Arnold. No such values to be found in these "dig. gns" as we have on sale here. We claim to be the 1k leaders of upper Carolina. Handsome suit and waist Silks, all shades, per yd 59c 36 in. Cream Jap Silk for evening, per yard.LSoc Hiandsome Plaids, all colorings, per yard- . - 75c -27 in. guaranteed Black Taffeta, per yard. 75c 6 in. guaranteed 1.25 Black Taffeta. per yard.. .oo 36 in. guaranteed Black Peau De Soi, per yard...... 1.o 36 in. guaranteed 1.5o Black Peau De Soi... ....... 1.25 For any want in Silks come to Arnold's 'Re chareb 3a~me . 'osw to Mae a Tarkey Dye Rr. Heurg yan pyke. author, clergy-, To make a dressing for the upp and proressor at Princeton. ivas giving turkey take three pints t ing one day about the best Way for bre*d. one pint of cracker crufn e b ches to raise Kmoney. says the New eggs, two tenspoonfuls of sa Tribune. Apropos of bazaars he thirds of a teaspoonful of Pep said: thirds of a spoonful of gp, oil "There was a canny old Scotch min- ful of javery. one temp Elful later who said one d1y from the smlpit. joram, one teapounfl oif thY with a dry smile:, two-tilrrds of a cipful V butte 'Wel. frien(l. tie ktrk stands ur- the bread In cold uater ittil 91 gently in need of sHier, and. as We have4* presa out all the water; add failed to gt It Iholnestly. we mIt 0'"n other ingredients to ti, bread see now what a bazaar van do fo -us.'" well; ii tie ureast of the turia this and pumt the rest in the boli fHow to care For a watch. turkey If -a watch I" expected t3 go wet e and to keep good time. the firsAt ant' 'i the ordinary stiffing for V chief (lemand it nmkes is that it sh0111 of dry uhiruitl aeas(mied w have regular attention. vays the Pitte burg Press. AN far as )ossit)le it sho11l!. ten Wiuilwet ttr, be wound up every day about the Naiuiv moen ith melte butter, hour, and if It is worn let it be wor' toe smels oter ed wt regularly. not taken out for three day'e and then returned to its case for the re- low to Rta Di)oks of ink mninider of the week. Extremes of 11k stalmu MAY in removed temperature should also be avoided. Ijook by applying with I ca4 as sudden cold or heat works havoc Pencil a small quantity of o11 with a valuable watch and its delicate diluted with Water and then us mechanism. Another point to be noted ting paper. Two applications Is that the watch should 1)0 kept In the s all trces of the Ink. same position. If it is carried by day in an upright position, hang It on i hook at night, preferably against some thing soft. nowH to Remove roe akoeyt Carpet. Grease may ore removed from a car tet by spreading over the spot a thicko paste of potter's clay. Tack down tightly over thin some thick <rown papereandlat thelenduoftatyeok ye move thisilaper andhrusatorfathetclay.s repeat this proer.sTbutaonliapplica t~on is umoaly sulftcient.Ioftheegreks Howesstr teov rease Frm carpet. u nGreasei anno be removed by h ard e scrin ng overthesotathic thyove t i seoe tihic brown Thpe and tel n of a hard re-Prt movethispape andbrusof thwcay. tlay or soakssar win smeldse to nsi rubed thispoess, bTi wile appllica- l.O hsIlo tlaor of usuaen salct. ac here gresen ~aeo ct' n han pna etad teor rubbing wihbe nawta~lhn the claymon lthe dri h sa meo an-tl. Iortae-ak n te was in cold wer aovd byns ihdate ht ct scrubbing._ o I. ohig eto How to Reove ish Odrors.thotobrnhltr Teov fos your andrplte by wsofh- at raut.S t spnge doaipe win ailcool uto mo thskins f h get rubbed vigeruhem. Nowiru wilihly heesnw t h ado ofikl wien a dareoflo and worlm finll peolsh thel ih snd ppra orwittleyu ep theerwashy ithodae an d sihnd with aBONE'' hiet. _______ HowtoPola Mrres Topois.ou-rirosue..sf 7 pneipe n lohl rubig.h gls iorul.No u t ihl Special Values in the Rug Depatment. Handsome Moquet, Brussels and Ingrain Squares, iarious sizes in different grades and Rugs, large and small to match. A Word to the Bride. We sell more bridal outfits than all the rest of the stores in Greenville put together. That proves that we keep the right stuff. 'To those who are contem plating taking a sail in the matrimonial craft upon the sea of life, come here to purchase. Our Silks, Dress Goods, Wraps, Shoes and Millinery will fill the bill. The Suit and Wrap Depart? ent. There are cities twice the size of -Greenville that cannot'show such stocks as we are showing in ready tb-wear garments. We have a large out-ot .town trade who come to us for ready-to-wear garments.. Why not you? The styles and qualities all that you could Ask, and prices extremely economical. Nobby grey Plaid Walking Suits for.-.-...----. 1250 Beautiful mixture all wool, fitted back, collarless braiders, special. 6.5o Handsome Broadcloth Suit- -.-... -. 20.00 Elegant line Cheviot Suits, Prince Chap styles, box front, semi-ftting back....-........- 18-75 Dressy Sqits in cloths.black and coldrs, each... ... . 25.oo, 26.50, 27-50 and 35.00 metag- Mew to Week an Awtemebtl. acesult of rhanks- When the owner of an antomobut i in moat ca-s en of stale has engaged a new driver he should, from a neglected or 1 fba, two stand by to watch the method adopted cold. Fb--y's iune. 1t. twO0 when the new broom wisahes the car most obitiuate cou er. two- for the first time. saTs the Pittaburg serious reaut34. I t 0 5PoJn- Pre. If a hose is poided. ad the timu 1heuikunW11 p of mnr tew man frth.wib pluges aa 41yonve --011(1 iiisimt "Pon I me anti ito water and oimUmcen to wbpe the in Lbe ytio pakg r. Soak mauf ani dst oil the. pant wor It is Liert, and ft. theO elar that he does not know if Job all the ndshould be stopped at once. Mud aotne id mil and dust should never be wiped o. ow betng tried. alo eY with even with a wet sponge, but should be fltitiug fruit reef y of the "ashed away with water just runntng mniphate of in %I froim the hose pipe without for"c. ItIg their longevity. should be sluiced away, and that cat- that the root system 1nar not be done properly If the water is o s than that turkey, pouring forcibly through the nozle an apcatin of Ith pars- Where mud has caked upon the car tned tends to ur am and water must be allowed to run gently solution of the rootE add two over the Incrustations until they break the life of the tree. e. Stuff up and are washed away. Then a ments made are in this. clean sponge and clean water must be tative used for finally wvashing the paint work from a when all the mud and grit hare disap- definite and preth 1s hair peared. The final drying and polishing Ilc acl can he done with perfectly clean. grit- We te a g lug blot- less chamois leatIzers. Cars should be aisthervite h will re washed Immediately upon coming into o seisors h the garage. Wherever dried mud rests eavthe ay w -- for any time a dull stain remains which nothing will remove. .road so 'eteep. that _somble 4to uti-a ng -weeds adjacent a SWe are old fashioned enough so that work so done thal insiationand leasue th nwastin mre thaen te Is no sight which afford us the fence from the more ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ u hprnin ndpesrthnwsot onea that thnt observed when die well to do degrees there woul townisfl) or farmer filem Into kirk the complaint as followixt by him wife and family of ter of keeping t five or six children. It Is a good omen neat and shipshape to al wo blee tht ieliordred ive te sip ifie 1 homes consttutentheefondationcofc patrioti, happyWndhebidigafatod Tht ~rdma wo salayrosurviosb brekig. ni~)icig o crels on tornihayw loaning fmrm tavliagdanu iciline ha bettr gve oomforsom 01 ('S0.ifro ap'ete. tloa h ~cnt ~~ eidupnt ak aeo wes hadjacentcot '"th e air odeasin coeno itht georl debiiy tha1 theis o ih hclyhe trffted touo the stcefom ae morl cnaprto and stocksure hanast o ore iita eey tht cos.re hntewl od degreesestheewu towsmn riarerflsatiorkth coast east I follow evd byhswf-adfml of tcrobfe keeih th itis e oreifcilren Ite histaood tme e and usipshape home const tue the rflondatbon on- pesaCr doe faroticwhppy atn abii akhern- dspps 1Oielcuso ur toac brlug, te atterg, misp lig tor carlets prfnlyeee~ bett rp whichoo have boee raied elsey the mNos emos ywill ave toelieoto hitalle care . .s, eadche on S .u hst oad hen h ar e tratditon of whs stromaecwh re propereyscare o ihe atcka of aret Kodol cured i nd isi the crgecpaiypegnesn f eigty o reprsenstn everytiti - etinbl f twilh ctons they 0 exsI itil.o. Isfiin oke aewt t__'n combindsith~ theC ri Stee c Never teod on the mhiators of eoad bynstrc Yok ,tcountry.v h alorsbe cn osaCr osn fr ne wih o tu en ou # a task4 in~ i y o h Cloaks and Separate Skirts. i We do not believe we would miss it very far in the assertion that we sell as many if not more Wraps than any two stores in this city. We can hardly get them fast enough, and it's all be:ause we handle the best styles, the largest variety and offer the best garment for the money. Our stock of separate Skirts now complete, consist ing of Voiles, Pananias and Cloths. A leader in a Black Panama Skirt-- 5.00 Still better grade Black.Panama Skirt-....- . 6.98 A Chiffon. Panama in black and colors- ... 7.98 Very 'dressy Panama in black* 10.oo Tremendous Lot Children's Underwear. 6oo pairs chilren's Vests and Pants, heavy cotton fleece, not soiled, in perfect condition, worth 25C garment; wreck price-_ . 1oC The boys' and misses' in this lot, sizes 26 to 32, we have marked per garment -1 5C Magnifketd Millinery Display. It will pay any *oinan whether tar or near to come to this store to inschase her fall and winter Hats. No such a stock of HMet -bettuty, quality or style to be found in upper Carolina as you will find here. Nbbby Realy.. to-Wear Hats for street use. While not expensive, yet they have that touch of style-price 1.5o, 1.98, Z.50, 5-00, 7.50 to 10.00. Neglect Aft To Usum11ption reattits Jutst tc mproperly treated 3 tV Ab out and Tar curet the small, a: h4 anl preventa one wort! sit you no more few a% yc rei arations and You A - School -ing the g, unme ion 5 1 p. Park i na Pharm- Dictions keus 1 'rug Co Uuabridj NOTI experiments are wants thi g the line af va. -.. pound a with a sowttion of niabed fr i-ve to 4increas- AT UF ('T A per bale It bus been Sound I l iT1H fAIR aud tie@, of such trees. playsyt above ground, and tesrt tin he chemical men' The people in Colnmbia have got' won't 1mn 3st decay ai dig- ten together this year and the Fair pay yon i and thus prolongs Association has worked with a vim aved I While the experi- never known before. Everything has a sense only ten- been arranged with a view to amus- Qitnai -omise of being of ing and giving pleasure to the thou al value. Sands of visitors. One of the most -In N - important attractions of the week will and bia be the Grand Fire Works display swollen deal of complaint -on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurm- applied iernl practice which day nights. The Great "Carbo" will gave me ave when working bring his entire show to Columbia d.,ya I th road graders of this year and no fnuer Fire Works Cousius At either side of the have ever been seen. This is Carbo's I lain's P it is prac1eally la-- .first--trip through thetnited States especial owor in cutting 4fe and it is needless to say that it WilI hugs. hereWere the be of the highest chairater. hereto.We the The Fair Grounds and streets *111 A Olfi t the slope toward be kept lively wfth good band mu- Allen's bottom of the ditch sic and free shows. Good programs lng,sweK twenty-fiveeor thirty with wonderful acts are arranged. The ais Satflp d be no ground for best the Fair people have ever been aos, NV nade, and the mat- able to find. e highway looking The theater has been remodeld so would be immense. that hundreds more can be seated. of stre the moat modrn In the south elatatostthpatomen.uth.dn-breath,' r__risings, ___ usundy inefrorti TheutateBallandctherdancsdigegor wnl aehedealpeahyte yuntvi-ach, i getsknwtoitor aymeig n oiltn.tgo troperteryods.illhadoa godys-e >~ onycr nie timeon n ie fteya o strbength. cleanosnduatncs rrngand trengthenigro shv enelre ota hsc no ining thne stonacherilb lnyo ro obn it on a atys tmh, ItailblHm.orlgWe"t n greaestknow t le Ot. 22nd. Wieyu red n it onlyhcureeindrgeationeeateemOdelfare thisfamusrme hato hunrsmonricnte Mr.ate.W ng nd tregthnin w.h Anmtes oee ll thed o ith Caon- Ahrm, uesttamtractrions thatecometheouti. Un- A' " I WhsualYyafine. rom ti ze holdinl beheld ttpieas the youngA.0 V vi. acthe, go tinsOIvrcednts.hv agod. ce S** tim. Th n iefteya Bouh caDgrutgse oCan odPrind thr wilb"pet 'o'oton han | np n Beautiful creations in Dressy Hats, suitable for all occasions, all the new colorings and materials; any shapes combined in these Hats. No better styles.i No better qualities, and the prices are extremely mod erate. Shoe Values That Have No Equal. The values in our Shoe Department stand out pre, eminently alone. They cannot be compared with those offered at strictly Shoe Stores, for the fact thatI our Shoe Department only has to bear a small portion of the expense of this business, while it's different' with shoe stores-they have to make it all on shoes. Our lines represent the very flower , of shoe making: In being able to buy everything you need under one) roof, means that you can save both time and money by doing so. This is one of the few stores in the State where you can satisfy all your wearing apparel needs under one roof. THIS IS IMPORTANT. That Arnold does not handle trash. The prices uoted are upon absolutely reliable, first-class merchate dise. It's the kind we have built our reputation on4 It's the only kind you can afford to buy. You don1' run any risk here. No old stock, job lots, mill-dewed "outla*ed" in style merchandise, old enough to vote to palm off on you. 'You won't be ashamed to teli your neighbors where .you got your new. dress whei she asks you, which she's sure to do if you buy it here blets and Slates. Clerk's Sale. Riee if you will buy a bargain: 1,000 Tablets, some large, some STATE OF SOUTH- CABOLIN4, -e for ink, some for pencil; not County of Pickens. i less than 10e. As many or its In Common Pleas-Court. u want at 5c a piece. 6 z 9 In pursunce of the decretal n10eg a p ece for 25fborokso made in the following named case a -ies 10c to $1.15 for Webste,' o on file in the Clerk's office. I will sell ed. T. D. HARRIS. the highest bidder during the 1e*l - hours for sale at Pickeis Court Honst )E.-Any and every body who S. C., on Saleaday in4November, 190 ir cotton ginned for the 25th the following described real estate up id the bagging and ties ir.- the terms hereinafter mentioned. to-wT: De of charge or for one dollat J. P. Carey and 0. E. Robinso, md pay 65 cents for bagging .. Plaintiffs, just bring it to-: A. D/ Maun's against am ginnery and& get the very C. C. Kennemore, et al. Defendants. k that can be done - in a very All that piece, parcel or lot of lail te. Can save you time aod you situate in the town og Pickens, Souti ve anything to do. Also will Carolina, fronting on Bowen street 'l the market price for your cotton Pendieton avenue aid known as aI ours, A. D. Mann. Nos. 76 and'91 on the town plat, co4 taining in the aggregate two and one r, Sprains snd Swelling Cured. half (2j) acres more or less. ovemher, 1901, I baught cold Terws cash on day of sale. Par, the quiosy. My throat was chaser must comply with the terug4 io I could hardly br- athe. I within one hour or the premises will bW Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it resold on same day. relief in a short titme. In two The growing crops on these lots are waR all right," says Mrs. L. served under this sale and does not aa Otterburn, Mich. Chamber: to the purchaser of sdid lots. Fur. . trur ich Chlinimouamber-chaser to pay for papers and record-0g in Balm is a hiniment and is fo Ph ae y valuable for sprains and swel- for the same. A J. Boggs, (Seal.) For sale by Pickens Drug Co. Clerk of Court: AIN OURE FOR A0HING FKT lotExia powder,ceuresT Ired, ACh' Clerk's Sale. Li , Swollen feet. Sample sent R' r', e o FOOT-ASe SANITARY CORN PAD.%t STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. County of Pickens. In Common Pleas Court. Blood P.isoning In pursuance of a decreted order made from chronic constipation, which in the following named case and on file ly cured by Dr. King's New Life in the Clerk's offce, I will sell to Ae 'hey remove all poisonous germs highest bidder during the legal hours of e system and infuse new life and sale at Pickens Conrt House. S. C., on inre sour stomach, nausia, head- Aalesday In November. 1906, the follow~ izziness and olic. without grip. ing described real estate, upon the teru~s liseomfort. 25c, Guaranteed by.- hereinafter mentioned, to-wit: Drug Co. Mary M. Martin, et al. Plaintiffs, against NOTICE.Diana Collins, et al. Defendants; NOTICE.All that certain piece. parcel or tract next tronchera examinatinn for of larnd, situate in said County and State jitv will hn held at thei C'ouirt in Eastatoe township, on Cedar Creelr, on Friday. Aentember 21. Examii- Ke.,wee River, adjomning lands of J. I). will enrnmence vrompitlv at 9 Crenshaw, J. P. Carey, D. J. Boldig, .All annliennta shnuld be ready and T. Hi. Stewart, and containimg one mence wrk at that time. hundred and thirty-three (133) acres you,., more or less. R. 'T. Halinm. Terms one-half cash and the balance on Co. Anpt. Ed: a credit of twelve months. Th'le credit portion to be secured b~y a bond of the purchaser andl a mortgage of the p~rerm SPECI ALA. ises wi interest at eight per cent. from it 2,-'00 vards percale. yard wide, day of s le on the credit portion, with rieavy stuff. worth ilc. At So as the privilege fteprhsro ur c it lasts. A lot of standard calico ehsr ofin the uca haeda or paeif. little lot of Brown's Mule Tobac- they37 dei t all son a faei 70. Bulk o e w0hil hoav2e Terms of sale must be cemplied with. nib lots 240 c e RSv in one honr after sale or It will oc resa d s- on same dy -- - Purchiase.rs to pay for all pap r iand cy's idney Curethe rec.fding of same. e kidneys and bladder right.Cte