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W. L. GASSAWAY, PRES.
H. J. McGEEs, CASHIER. L
Farmer
SAFE, SOUND ANI
OPENDD BUSINI
Capital Stoc
Farmers Bank <
Has every facility of hand
solicits the accounts of ]
Manufacturers, in fact, the
PEOPLE.
Savings De
Call now and let's make
if you have an idle dolla
have you entrust it to our
Interest paid on time de
$.oo starts an account.
HERE TO D(
If at any tinle you shcul
an accomodation of u-, yo
careful consideration.
CENTRAL ROL'
Has on hand several cars of Hiu
Cotton Seed Meal $1.50 per s
Cotton Seed Hulls (t 50c. Pe
Seventy-five barrels of GOOI
Every sack guaranwx-ed.
CENTRAL ROLLI
C, W, GARRETT
SIX MILE, S. C.
BLACKSMITH & WOO-WORK
3Manufactures a fine line of
turned work, such as balustern-,
columnns, brackets. and all Such
work.
Let mie estimate with you.
No job to large or too small to
receive careful and prmmpt at
tention.
Communicate with rme b~y
telephone through the Central,
S. C. office, or by mail on Ri. F.
.D. 2 from Central.
f735 - College of Charleston - 19081
Charleston, S. C.
124th Year Begins September 25
Entrance examination wvill he
held at the County Court H~ouse
<m Frkday, July 3, at 9 a. m.
All candidates for adm~fissionl can
omipete in September for vacant
B~oyce scholarships whichi pay
~$100 a year. One free tuition
scholarship to each cemity of
$outh Carolina. Board and fur
-nulahed room in dormitory, $11.
'Iuition, $40. For catalogue ad
dress HARRISON ItANDOLPH,
President.
Stummons For ,Relie1.
(Complaint Not Served,).
Stat. oaf f-outh Carolina,
P'iekeins Cunty..
Court of Commou .Pleae.
vd.
4ora L. Bogga, Defenad.tant.
'To the Defendtat, Cora:L. Bogge:
You are he rehey attummeudq and -re d
qjuIredI to anusw~er thee ompla~uint in this
mecrion, wvhich wase fI1-d in the oiU.ee of
thue ''lerk of C'ourt ofV Pinkens 'County,
as C., oni the 9t~t da.June, 1903, umnd
to serve~ a copy of your nscwe*r to) like
, tad compl~ai nt n a hie anbtscribe~rs ar.
.lheir e0010c. at, PaOckem'o 8. t., wvith1in
ntaIy dIa', afaer the.. service hoeoef. -x.
.clustive of! dlav of .-um sch Awrvice; and ii
you) f ii l i nswer ihe ienplainlt ,wting
the. tiie amfor's id. the :PlatealifY in this
tecuion wvill apply to thiho Curt for the
-..tf f deutndhed in thae comnplait,
':ed June 211, A. D). 1t08.
A. J. W0004,-C.'c. P.
t . iN1.sWonTu & Itomni?,
P1 dinte~ .\uorneyru.
W. HENRY MARTIN, V-PRES.
- G. GAINES, ASST. CASHIER.
s Bank
ntral
) CONSERVATIVE
'SS NOV. 6, 1906
k $25,000
>f Central, S. C.
ling your business and it
Farmers, Merchants and
business of ALL THE
partment
new acquaintances, and
r, we shall be pleased to
care. - Five per cent.
posits.
BUSINESS
d find it necessary to ask
ur needs m ill receive our
LER MILL CO.
Ils and Cotton Seed Meal.
ack.
r hundred pounds.
) FLOUR at $4.90 per bar el,
Come at once.
ER MILL COMPANY,
'ASSAWAY. -President.
J. P. CAREY, JR
Attorney-at-Law
Pickenis, S. C.
Practice il all Courts.
Clewason Agricultural College
Exainaion.
Th'le exan,iinition for .the awa'frd (I
'chliships in Clen son Agi icualturn
Xolle-ge will he held1 in the coumly coun
)e'l~ on FrIday, July 3d, at 9i a mn
A ppI'canlts mus1t filli out propt r forms, to
oe s'curedto from thew County S-uperir
tenadenat of Education, before they wi~
U' aIllo)v ed to stand the exmiations
1or detailed inforataion apily to tiha
Bupt of Education or to the President o
lenon C7ollege.
Applhcants for admiB ion to the co
ege, w ho ari' not seeking for the schrol
arahaips, will also stand e' trance xiXLC~
ani ions at, the court house Jul e 3d.
'1 ho scholarships are 'worth $!00 anm
ree tuitercn.
Thnr next session of the college opera
kipt. 9, 19 8.
F or catalogueRs and information appi
o P. H. Ma-LL, Pre sident.
J. F. JENNINGS
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
Liberty, S. C.
las a mighty nice line of goods
or your inspection. The qual
ty and prices of the goods arc
;uch as to move thenm wher
ur customers see them.
Just to see whether you will
uy or not, we make a few
>ffers that are inducements.
$2.50 gr'ade Men's Fine Pantt
or $2.00 a pair.
$1.50 grade Men's Fine X'ants
or $1.25 a pair.
Meni's ilats at Cost.
seli you a good $2 hat for $1.50,
25 per cent. off on Shoes.
$1 Union Made overalls for 90c.
Your trade is appreciated.
iL F. JENNINGS
L.iberty,.'S. C.
FAN
May Come, Pa
I
BU
Rice Goes o
Making Prices to Me
This season's goods to go now, while yol
Nice line Shoes from 10 t
Car load of Roller Kin;
Still selling Shells at 7
Watch this space and I
continuously offering.
I am now buying Fal
ever goods are on hand
begin to come in.
I D. I
Proprietor Norris
NORRIS,
AGENT-r w ANTED;-'6 x 20 crayon
portrailis 40 ceiit, fraiml, 1 10 cents and
up, Sheet pictures one cet.t mnch. You
can make 4.:0 p -r cnt.p r, it, er I:L VA
per week. C -Ualogu u1nnl a mpAS free.
Addres. Frank w. Williams Cov, 120O
W. Taylor St.. Chicao, IPhysician an
Fon S.umx-17 aeris, (,iigin..1 f..rest,
1. lmlile ot l)vth of Pickeus, $30 nn acre;
75 neres west (if Woodall 3'Nonntalin, 10
ar branbuc bottom, balance in timber. 1 .1, I u 1
)riC $!0 e tre enah d a. E. F. KEIrH.
R. 1. D., Nil. 4, Pick.cas, S. G.
The PEOPLE
of an article is it's merit.
mnacy" is -THE CHOICE
miles around.
The Reason
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
PU REST and BES I is our motto.
The Prescription Dept
Is in charge of a competent phar.
miacist and all prescription work has
h:s personal supervision and all the in
gredients are the purest, best and .fresh.
est that can be obtained. If we do your
presc: iptionl work you need have no fear
of what you are getting.
On Sunday and at night as well as
week days our Prescription Department
is open.
People's I
(9 C9
Ilcs Will Go,
r
n Forever
et all Competition
t need them. Calicos, fast colors, 5c.
o 25 per cent. less than else
r to go at a price to move
ic for 2 boxes.
<eop posted on the bargains we are
I Goods, and will slaughter what
of present stock when fall goods
Bargain House
, S.C 03
M. C. LONG,
LLEY, Attorney-at-Law.
I Siligeoml
' Over Postoffce, Anderson, S. C.
o 12---2 to 4
Practice in all pourts In Sounth Carolina
I'S CHOICE I
"The People's Phar
Sof all the people for
Soda Water-mIce 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.
Tobacco
Cigars and Chewing Tobacco--in
fact a complete line of smokers' and
chewers' goods. The best and most
complete selection ever in Central.
Full Line of Toilet Articles
and Sundries.
.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.
h1arrmacy

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