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If you can't
Every Department teemi
tribouting their share.
One of the most interesting departments in the store.
Its overflowing with good things.
Our stock is now complete-every garment is a marvel
for the price, Princess style made of soft Lingerie material
trimmed in lace, $4.49. Still b;tter grade, more elaborately
trimmed, at $6.50. Other attractive numbers in both white
and colors at from $8.75 to $25-.00.
Istter known as "Tub" Suits-made of extra quality
LINEEN material, fVst colors, very nobby in style, skirts
strapped in same material and trimmed with buttons,
per suit ..-.-... ---- 4-49, 4.98 and 5.o
NEW FOULARD SILKS.
These come in both figured and plain Messaline material
all made in the very latest styles. Prices $12.50, 16.56, 18.o,
20.00 and 25.00.
Special Sale Silk Petticoats.
Lot black, also Taffeta Petticoats, soft finish, all brand new
garments, a $5.oo skirt, on sale each . .------ $39
SPECIAL IN NEW SKIRTS.
Just received large lot beautiful Skirts in Voiles and Chif
fon Panamas-Exceptional Values:
A beautiful quality Voile, satin and button trimmed at-..$5-98
A still better number, special----------- 6.5c
Elegant Panamnas, with folds, satin piped, each_.. 6-65c
SHOES and More Shoes
We want to call your attention to our line of shoes.
L ADI ES SH OE S
Mule Skin Shoes for Ladies $1 .25
"Solid as a Rock" " $.o
A first-class every day Shoe.
"VIRGINIA GIRL' a fine kid shoe with patent
tip, made on good shape last and solid leather at 1-50
This is Strictly a Dress Shoe.
SPECIALTIES IN DRY GOODS
One lot o)f ginghams, a regular 7c value going at 5c a yd.
Sheeting--wide 5c. a yard.
Barker Mill Bleaching-a good value at 1oc.
A lot of Bordered Prints a great value at 6c per yard.
One lot of Shirting at 5c easy worth 7'c.
Latest Dress Ginghams with and without borders.
QUALITY THE BEST--PRICE THE LOWEST
W. E. FREEMAN & Co.
"At the Old Stand."
Still giving Coupons. Fresh lot of Pictures just in. Have you gotten yours?'
Things were different in youT grandfathers
time because he didn't knowv the benefit of
having a checking account in a good Bank.
That is no reason why you should be sub
jected to be subjected to such inconvenience
One of the most pleasing conditions of
modern business methods is a checking ac
count in a good Bank like the LIBERTY
BANK, Liberty, S. C. H. C. Shirley, Cashier.
New Shoe Shop.
Located~ in the Rear Room of the Barber Shop.
Make any and all kinds of shoes. Hard to fit and bard
to please customers the kind we want. Making shoes for
~ deformed or crippled feet especially.
Repair Work of All Kinds
First-class Work. No Cobbling. Lowest Prices.
lg with tl
In colors, 27 i
at the yard.
36 inch Mess
36 inch Mess
per yard .
Full Line Wa
lection of all
in the South
Manufactured by JO0
See them and judge for y
te Good and
t off your 1)i
SPLAY 0F SILK
: is full of only the wanted and mo
nch and 36 inch Taffetas and Mess
. ... . ...... . . ...._.. i
;s Patterns in Foulards, neat and st
line in black, per yar. .
Lline in old rose, resada and russet
sh Silks ranging in price, Per yard
,10l0 t 11111019
confident that no more stylish, nor
that is desirable in Millinery is sho
T1here are hundreds in Greem
ns and country who come Headwve
A Lock that Locks
A Shingle the represents the latest
and best dlevelopment -in MIET AL
SHINGLE construction. Hig~hly
approved and used by the most ex
perienced builders in this section,
also by Cotton M1ills for C'ottages.
RN T. BUIRRIS & SON,
ION, S. C.
ourself their construction, quality
.L B Y .JOHN 1L THOlRNLEY
St stylish silks. gu
oo and $1.25 fid
2;c to $i.co
b less N
a better ccl
vn in any store
ille and sur- c
ir-they know C
Succced when everything else fails, to
eanervous prostrationthandsu fme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
Notice of Final Settlement And H
OTICE is herebyv given that we wills
maeapplication to J. B. Newberry
Esg.. Judge of Probate for Pickens
~ounty, in the State of South Carolina, 0
n the 15th (lay of April 1909, at 11
'clock in the forenoon. or as soon there
tfter as said ap~plicationf can be heard, US
or leave to make finia' settl'ment of the
estate of B. 3I. Clarke deceased, and
btain discharge as arministraters of
W. E. Clark,
Emeline Clark, V
1. All stoc
itil the last
m many seasons experiencc th
,nds the test under all conditi
ess work here-every model is
s, consequently our patrons kn
ence in our millinery. Come t
,ABY CAPS and
We have prepared especially
autiful line Misses and Childre
serviceable, ranging in price
-at Lawn Caps for infants at.......
at Lawn Embroidered and Lac
for Infants at.... -
ne Lace Embroideried and Tucl
,autiful caps, elaborately trimme
and on up to $2.00.
r light weight Spring Suits. H
2ight Wool Suits. We have ti
f EXQUISITE R'
anging in widths from an inch
owing of costume embroideries
ogs, 18, 27 and 54 inches in mi
ome here to satisfy your embre
Did you ever weigh your ch
ithe following terms and win a
For the best average weight
td May 1st, six at a time, we wil
(We will weigh up every lot of
C until the last day when we wil
3ights will be given each seller, c
For the six next largest we wi
For the largest weight single la
Only breeders and raisers of ci
te for these prizes.
We have a lot of good shoes in
>ve them. In order to make qui,
e following liberal offer to our lai
To any lady buying of us a pai
.00 will be given a present value<
us any of our No. 3 or 3i Dress
.11 be giyen a present valued at 51
We have plenty of good goods
n be sold at. Yours f<
Org 00Dbl, Ic
We are now rounding up ou
licy not to carry an'y goods intc
spose of. You will find in our
lues, in winter goods. The tinr
dispose of the goods, so the
rice Kilife will]
Ladies Cloaks, $12.oo and
" " $ 8.oo and
me big bargains in Blankets.
Frannels 20 per ce
ravy Wool Dress Goods Redi
ight goods will be sold at BAFs
.tement is worth your while it3y
Some early shipments of Spi
ir prices, as in the past, shall be
If you are a customer contimi
and let us save you money.
Vest Eud. cGrc
.o our out-of-towg- friends:
Railway fair paid both
ways in a radius of 40
miles on purchases of
$25 or more.
ks are con
it ARNOLD'S MILLINERY
ons and circumstances-no
just right, nothing more or
owing this have absolute con.
:o Arnolds for your Millinery.
for the little folks:
n's Hats-v'ery nobby and
from__._$1.25 to $2.50
e Trimmed Caps
-- .... ........ - -- - - 35C
ced Caps at'. --39c
d, at 5oc,69c, 75c, 98c, $1.25
ard to.get on without light
e materials, from
-- -- -50c to $1-50
to 54 inches wide. The
especially entrancing floun.
itch sets with bands to match,
fILLE, S C.
ickens? Sell us you chickens
hens sold to us between now
I give in cash, $3.00 extra.
six and keep weight of the
Iaward the prize. Duplicate
n every lot of chickens sold us)
II give $2.00 in cash.
en we will give a good 75c knife
ickens will be allowed to corn
small sizes and we want to
ck sales this month we make
ir of No. 3 or 3i shoes $1.50 to
I at 25c. To the lady buying
shoes valued at $3.00 to $3.50
and the price as low as~f~
r winter's business. It is our
> the next season that we can
place some extraordinary
ie is short in which we have
iie applied deep
$1I4.00 nlOW $7 50
$10.00 nlow $6.00
Kerseys, Jeans, and Red.
nt under price.
uced. In fact all heavy
GAINS for you. The above
ou have dry goods to buy.
ing good being recelv di
as low as the lowest.
e with us, if not, begin with: