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W. L. GASsAWAY, I
Has every facility
solicits the accou
Call now and le
if you 'have an id
have you entrust il
Interest paid on
$1.oo starts au a
If at any time y<
an acconodation <
Has on hand several car
Cotton Seed Meal $i.
Cotton Seed Hulls @
Seventy-five barrels c
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Office of County Sup'. of Elm
Pickens County, Pickens. S. t
Whereas, a retition from I
hold rs a nd (-I* ctors of Libert
8trict No. 11 hms been fued
C;outy Boird of Education of
c-nnity. asking said Board for
sion to hold an election in said
to determite whether or not
8chto. I shall be established in s
ft appearing to the County 1
EIucauon thaot tho petition ui'e
tuire'vnieits of law, there'ore,
di i that the truste.- tf iI
name111d Diatrict do hol nn .-k
June 20, at M. A. Boggs & Co
the above stated purpos. The
s~all be ma'sagesI:8 a ndl shallI con'
ection1 in ac'cor'lanc.' with sec
sof the ge~neral stat utes. atnd in
ance wvith the High Scho al Ac
By order of County Board o
tion. 1. T. HAL
1735 -College of Charlesto
I24th'iVear Begins Septemb<
held at the County Court
<m Friday, July 3, at !
All candidtates for admiss
omnpete in Septemiber for
Boyce scholarships whic
*1.00 a year. One free
scholarsh ip to each ccu
South Caroline. Board a
-nished room in dormitor
Tuition, $40. For cataloj
dress H ARRISON RANDOIT
Manfatuea ine b-~Ie
column, brckts. an Iizalt
No jb o ar orSl too se
Communiatepd~'ac w i
:U.. Wo.ie o r RI al e
is. W. HENRY MARTIN, V-PRES.
R. L. G. GAINES, ASST. CASHIER.
D AND CONSERVATIVE
BUSINESS NOV. 6, 1906
Al Stock $26,000
ank of Central, S. C.
of handling your business and it
nts of Farmers, Merchants -and
fact, the business of ALL THE
t's make new acquaintances, and
lie dollar, we shall be pleased to
to our care. Five per cent.
TO DO BUSINESS
mu should find it necessary to ask
>f us, your needs will receive our
10LLER MILL CO.
-s of Hulls and Cotton Seed Meal.
50 per sack.
50C. per hundred pounds.
f GOOD FLOUR at $4.90 per barrel.
Come at once.
ROLLER MILL COMPANY,
J. T. VASSAWAY, President.
The old war vessel Housatonic,
ation of which was sunk in the Charles
ton harbor during the cival war,
6, schcoi may be removed from the bottom
with the of the harbor.
permis- -- - -- --
district Here is Relief for Women.
aid Dis-.I If y ou hav'e paiua in the back, Urinr
ry, Bladder or Kid.iey trouble, and want
ioard < f a certain, ph asan herb t ure for worn
a the r - ian's ills, try Moth r Gray's AUSTRALIAN
it is *r- LHAP. it is i a afe antd never-fiailing
e above regulator. At Daiggiss ( r by mail 50c.
etion on Sample packrge FREE. Addn-s. 'The
tre for Mother Gray Lo., LeRoy, N. Y. f2ot4
on s Trhe faculty of the University
acs of South arolina presented Dr.
Joynes with a silver service as a
Fducns token of appreciation for his
chn. faithful work at the University.
cia 190 Notice of Final Settlement.
I wvill apply to J. B. riewberv, Probate
Judge for Pickens county, for a final
r 25 setlemenit with my wardso, W. ]B. Free
man and J. W. Frecman, nminors, andl
.vl beask to be dismnissed as guardian, on the
will e 2ndday of July, 1903.
'House E. M. F1W.MAN,
a. m. June 2, 1909. Guardiani..
vacant JN IG
a J. F..JN IG
nty of GEN ERAL
nt. Liberty, S. C.
AM H-las a mighty nice line of goods
o r your inspection. The qua!
S-ity and prices of the goods arc
such as to move them when
IT our customers see thenm.
E Just to see whether you will
buy or not, we make a fewv
1. offers that are inducements.
$2.50 grade Men's Fine Pants
'WORK for $2.00 a pair.
I$1.50 grade Men's Fine Pants'
ine of for $1.25 a pair.
usters, Men'8 hats nt Cost.
11 such Sell you a good $2 hat for $1.50.
u 25 per cent. off on Shoes.
ma1t $1 Union Made overalls for 90c.:
apt at- Your trade is appreciated.
. F. JENNINGS
1R. F. iberty, S. C.
May Coie, P
Making Prices to
This season's goods to go now, whik
Nice line Shoes from
Car load of Roller
Still Felling Shells
Watch this space t
I am now buying
ever goods are on I
begin to come in.
AGENTS WANT1 iE ; -:G x 20 crayon
portraits 40 cei.t-, frzias 10 cents and
up, sheet pietaires one et ijt each. You
cal u nine 400 .r ent. p ol-( $3i .00 i L ,
per wek. C -t $a1 11e nno Samples free. I L
Addres, Frank W. Williams Co,, 120S
vv. Ta fur o.. Gl.'to, 111. na-r~w4.
F an SArxn--17 cores, <-rigin--A forest, Physician
11 miles north of I ickens c8,0 an tAIr;
75 wrea-i w1-et of W(odall !ontmnin. 10 1111Cc Hours
aor .s I-r.,ch hottom, balance in timber,
ri c $10 aore, ensh d- it'. E. F. KEITH.
P. F. D., No. 4, Pickens, S. U.
of an article is it's morj
macy" is THE CH1OU(
Is plain, ,It is a new firm, with newv
goods. Nothing in the line of goods
carried in a drug store should be TOO
GOOD OR TOO PURE, hence, the
PUREST and-BES F is our motto.
The Prescription Dept..
Is ini charge of a competent phar
macist and all prescipltionl work has
h:s personal supervision and all the in
gredients are tihe putrest, best and fresh
est that can be obtained. If we do your
presc.-iption work you need have no fear
of what you are getting..
On Sunday and at night as well as
week clays our Prescription Department
anics Will Go,
Vleet all Competition
) you need them. Calicos, fast colors, 5c.
10 to 25 per cent. less than elsewhere.
King to go at a price to move it fast.
At 75c for 2 boxes.
mid keep posted on the bargains we are
Fall Goods, and will slaughter what
iand of present stock when fall goods
is Bargain House
IS, S. C.a
LL M. C. LONG,
* Over Postofilce, Anderson, S. C.
10 to 12--2 to 4 WILL-,
Practice in all Courts in Sonuth Carolina
Lt. "The. People's .Phar
E of all the people for
Soda Water-RIce Drinks
Our Fountain is now in full blast
and nothing but the purest and best
juices and fruits are used. "The Coldest
and Best" is our motto.
Cigars and Chewing Tobacco--in
fact a complete line of smokek-s' and
chewers' goods. The best and most
complete selection ever in Cetitral.
Full Line of Toilet Articles
Everything usually found in a drug
store is carried here.
It will pay you to come a long way
to trade with us.
We appreciate the trade the people
have given us since our opening.