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W. L. GASSAWAY, PRES.
H. J. McGEE, CASHIER.
SAFE, SOUND A
Has every facility of h1
solicits the accounts <
Manufacturers, in fact, i
Call now and let's m
if you have an idle d<
have you entrust it to o
Interest paid on time
$i.oo starts an accom
If at any time you shi
an accomodation of u.,
CENTR A L1 R0
Hlas on hand several cars of
Cotton Seed Meal $i.50 pe
Cotton Seed I I ulls (I 5oc.
Seventy-five barrels of GO
Every sack guaranteed.
Central High School Closes.
Te Cent ail liih sehool, wit]
Mr. J. A. LyIes as Superinten
dlent, closed a most successfu
yea rs wNork wvit Ii a pp opriate an4
el erfniini4g4 exercises, May 28t]
Thursday er'oning two drill
WeIre given by tie intermediat
grades and a play by the ninti
grade. l)uets and solos from th
music class interspers8ed th
numblers of the programme, af
' which Mr. J. J. McSwaij
Sbrief, but impressiv
'- the exercise
the abolition a
United States was w..
ative, Vivian Rowland;
Gaines; negative, Helen Clay
ton, Dagnall Folger. The ques
tlon was ably handled and man
striking points were brougli
forward by the young debaters
At the close, Mr. Proctor A
Bonham held the audience wit)
mnteresting and insku Lctive r(
marks upon education in Sout:
Friday Ivenling the chief fet
ture of the occasionl was th
masterful adldress by Hon. J
Wright Nash, of Spartanburg
who, with frank and bold earr
estness, dIisculssed "T'he Solutio
of the Education~al Problem.
The "Jim Town Lyceum," b
the eighth gradle was enjoyec
The last number wvas a recitatic
by a little girl, "Good by to t}
Old Academy Days."
One's Homo Friond.
Theli ornamnent of a hous~e, salys Ei
ersoni, is the friends~c who frequent
There is no greater event in life ti
the apperanc of new persons afo
our h'earth, except it be the progre
of the character which draws the:
It has been finely added by Laindor'
-. is definition of the great man, "It
heo who canu call together the mlost
let company ,Wlen~ it pleases him."
W. HENRY MARTIN, V-PI.38.
L. G. GAINES, ASST. CASHIER.
INESS NOV. 6, 1906
< of Central, s. c.
mndling your business and it
>f Farmers, Merchants and
he business of ALL THE
ike new acquaintances, and
)Ilar, we shall be pleased to
ur care. Five per cent.
muld find it necessary to ask
your needs will receive our
LLER MILL CO.4
lulls and Cotton Seed Meal.
per hundred pounds.
D) FLOUR at $4.90 per bartel.
Come at once.
LER MILL COMPANY, 1
1 The attention of the public is called to
. the Act of 1h recent Legislaure, ap
proved the 2tth day of February, 1908
1 which renss as follows:
1' AN ACT to Provide for the Re-Enrollment
and Regi't ration of the Qualified Ek c
1 tore of thi,; State During the Year
108. a-d to Provide Con pensation i
for the Supervisors of Registration. a
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gen- R
e eral Asiembly of the State of South Caro
1|Jina, Th:. the Sur ervisors of Registration
in each county of the State are required
a to re enroll all the qualified electors in
this; State during the .ear 1008.
Sec. 2. That the same time the said
- Supervisors shall register all p. rsons who
1'may make application thiere.for and who
may be entied thereto.
B Sec. 8. That for the purpose of such
enrolment and registration the said
Supervieor shall keep the books of regis
s tration open at the several county seats
every day (Sundays excepted), between
t he hours of nine a. m. and six p. mn.,
uigthe months of July and August,
aind in addition thereto, they shall at tend
'n the month of September. 1908, at
'tay In each township in their
'ntie s. of which at least ten
, 'be given by advertise
*'r published in the
'I attend in
t year lt OS.
Sec.* 4. That for tA. ,
*re-enrollment the Secre.
,shall furnih the Supervisor o&e
tion with all the necessary booka..
Sthe sum of five hundred dollars shall L.
-a pyropriated for supplying said books.
Sec. 5. Th'lat the Supervisors of Regis -
tration shall each receive for their ser
vices, during the year 1909, the sum of
t wo hundred dollars, to be paid by the
e are paid: except in the counties of And
e son, Ch-rte to, Greenville, Sumter,
- O~ne ueg Ricl~m. werethey shall
, celve two hundred and fifty dollars fr
the. year 1I908: Provided, That In Spar.
-t inugcounty they shall receive this
n ~rtre hundred doilar s, to be paid as
,, hibove provided; that after the year 1909
the Super visirs of RegIstra tion shall each
y receive fifty dollars per annum in off
years and oneo hundred dolltars in general
-election years: except in the above
n1 named counties, where they shall each
receive seventy-five dollars .par annum
t0 n off years, and in general election
. ears they shall receive two hundred
dollars each 'per annum, including the
enunty of Spa'rtanburg.
Sec. 0. All Acts or parts of Acts in.
"consistent with thuis Act be, and the
it. same are hereby repealed.
m Appr~oved the 2th day of February,
All persons having business in the
matter of registration will call on the
to J. E. FOSTER, Ot. .
is J. B. HI. .PRItE,
.- A. CANNON;
This season's goods to go nov
Nice line Sho
Car load of
I ani nowv
ever goods a
begin to come
AGENT 4 w ANTED;-16 x 20 crayon
)rtraits 40 cents, fram.-s 10 cents and
), sheet pie~t-e one ej i t. each. You
6n make 400 aer cent. profit or $30.00
)r week. Osttlno4ue and Samples free.
dires, Frank W. williams Co., 1209
. Taylor st., Chicago, Il'. apr9w4.
Foxu SAnn-17 acres, original forest,
miles north .f Pickeus,.!880 an acre;
acres west of Woodall Mountain, 10 Office I
ires brauch bottom, baiance in timber,
ice $10 acre, cash d--al. E. F. Kp1ra.
F. D.,. No. 4, Pickeun, S. C.
of an article is it's i
macy" is THE CLE
Is plain, It is a new firm, wit
sods. Nothing in -the' line of
c.arried in a drug store should be
GOOD OR TOO PURE, henc
PURESTand BES I is our motto
The Prescription Dep
s~ in charge of a competeni
macist and all prescription wor
his personal supervision and all
gredients are the purest,'best and
est that can be obtained. If wed
prescription work you need have t
of what you are getting.
On Sunday and at night as a
week days our Prescription Depat
Panics Will (
hs on Forev
s to Meet all Competition
r, while you need them. Calicos, fast col
.s from 10 to 25 per cent. less than else
Roller King to go at a price to move it
Shells at 75c for 2 boxes.
space and keep posted on the bargains
buying Fall Goods, and will slaughter
re on hand of present stock when fal
[orris Bargain Hou
ORRIS, S. C.
L VAELEY, M. C
cial ald Surgeoll. OFFICEt
lours 10 to 12-2 to 4 -
Practice In all C
nerit. "The People'i
[OICE of all the pe<
Soda WaterIce :
Our Fountain is now
h new and nothing but the pu
goods juices and fruits are used.
TO and Best" is our motto.
Cigars and Chewing
I. fact a complete line of
chewers' goods. The be
phar complete selection ever in
he in.. Full Line of ToilE
fresh- n unre~
e~ar FEverything usually foi
store is carried here.
veil as It will pay you to con
tment .to trade with us.
We appreciate the tra
have given us since our op
rrr. x.., s. c.
Es q J e~ q$
c0, Anderson, S, C.
ourts In Sonuth Carolina
in full blast
rest and best
st and most
md in a drug
e a long way
de the people.