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- W. L. GASSAWAY,' RES.
H. J. McGEE, CAHi h. I
SAFE, SOJND ANI
Farmers Bank 4
- Has every facility of hant
solicits the accounts of
Manufacturers, in fact, the
Ca Savings D(
Call now and let's make
if you have an idle dolla
have you entrust it to our
Intecest paid on time de
$i.oo starts an account.
HERE TO D(
If at any time you -hcul
an accomodation, of u, yo
Has on hand several cars of H
Cotton Seed Meal $1.50 per
Cotton Seed Hulls (i,. Soc. I e
Seventy-five barrels of GOOI
Every sack guaranteed.
J. T. 4
C. W. GARRETT'
SIX MILE, S. C.
BLACKSMITH & WOOD-WORK
Manufactures a fine line of
turned work, such as balusters,
columns, brackets. and all such
Let me estimate with you.
No job to large or too small to
receive careful and prompt at
Communicate with me by
telephone through the Central,
S. C. office, or by mili on R. F.
D. 2 from Central.
Summons For Relief.
(Complaint Not Served)
State of South Carolina,
Court of Common Pleas.
John E. Boggs, Plaintiff,1
Cora L. Bogge., Defendant.
Tio the Defendant, Cora L. Boggs:
You are hereby summoned and re.
quired to answer the complaint in tis~
action, which was fled in the office of
the Clerk of Court of Pickens County,
S. C., on the 29th day of June, 1908. and
to serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscribers at
their office at Pickense, s. C., within
twenty days after the service hereof, ex
clusive of day of such service; and if
you f ii to answer the complaint wvithin
the time afore s-id, the Plamntiff in this
action will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated June 291, A. D. 1908
A. J. Blooos, C. C. P.
H AY NE8WORTIH & ROBINSON,
Take care of your eyes! Pro
tect them with glasses. Get1
them examined by a opthalmo
gist and have thenm fitted and
corrected. Mr. Sam Weiner, the
celebrated Russian optician, is
now in Pickens at Bolt & Co's.
drug store and can fit you cor
rectly with the genuine Bifocal
Glasses, made without visible
seams and it is a reading and
long distance glass in one. See
him while you can and get fitted
up. Satisfaction gnaranteed.
W. HENRY MARTIN, V-PRES.
r. G. GAINES, AsST. CASHIER.
ESS NOV. 6, 1906
k $25,000 '
)f Central, 5. C.
ling your business and it
Farmers, Merchants and
business of ALL THE
new acquaintances, and
r, we shOll be pleased to
care. Five per cent.
d find it necessary to ask
ur needs v.ill receive our
LER MILL CO.
Us and Cotton Seed Meal.
r hundred pounds.
FLOUR at $4.90 per barel.
Come at once.
:R MILL COMPANY,
JASSA WAY. President.
J. P. C AREY, JR.
Pickeis, S. C.
Practice inl all Courts.
Clemson Agricultural College
The exnn.ination for the award of
cholarships in Clen.-son Agricultural
olge wihl be held in the county court
nsouse on F'riday, July $d, at 9 a. m.
A pplicirnts must illi out proper forms, to
se secured from the County Superin.
endent of Education, before they will
an allowed to stand the examinations.
For detailed infornmaion apply to the
Supt. of Education or' to the President of
Applicants -for' admis. ion to the co'
Lege, who are not seeking for the achol
trships, will also stand e?.trance examni
mations at the court house July 8d.
The scholarships are "orth $100 and
The a~xt session of the college opens
Sept. 9, 19 8.
For catalogues and information apply
oP. H. MIELt., President.
1. F. JENNINGS
Liberty, S. C.
H las a mighty nice line of goods
For your inspection. The qual
ty and prices of the goods are
such as to move them when
our customers see themi.
Just to see whither you will
buy or not, we make a few
offers that are inducements.
$2.50 grade Men's Fine Pants
for $2.00 a pair.
$1.50 grade Men's Fine .Vants
for $1.25 a pair.
Men's Hats at Cost.
3ell you a good $2 hat for $1.50.
25 per cent. off on Shoes.
ill Union Made overalls for 90c.
Your trade is appreciated.
J. F. JENNINGS
May Come, P
Making Prices to
This season's goods to go now, whilk
Nice line Shoes from
Car load of Roller.
Still selling Shells i
Watch this space a
I am nov buying
ever goods are on b
begin to come in.
AGENTSi WANTE ;-'6 x 20 crayor
portraits 40 cente, fram s 10 cents and
up, sheet pietnres one ce-ut. each. You
can make 400 pt r cent.pi rofit or *m6.m
per week. C -taLnume antdSamples freL.
Addres. Frank W. Williams Co , 1205
W. Taylor st., Chieneo, 11.. a:-9w4. P y ic a
Fon SAnn--17 aeroe, original1 forest, Pyii
11 miles north (of Pickens, $30 an acre;
75 acres west of Woodll Monuntain, 10
acres brauch hottom. biarce in timber,
price $10 acre, ensh d- al. E. F. KEITH.
R. F. D., No. 4, Picke us, S. C.
of an article is it's meri
mnacy" is THE CHOI(
Is plain, It is a new firm, with new
goods. Nothing in the line of goods
carried in a drug store should be TOO
GOOD OR TOO PURE, hence, the
PUREST and BES1' is our motto.
The Prescription Dept
Is in charge of a competent phar.
miacist and all prescription work has
his personal supervision and all the in
gredients are the purest, best and fresh
est that can be obtained. If we do your
prescription work you need have no fear
of what you are getting.
On Sunday and at night as well as
week days our Prescription Department
-. ~ . * , * ,.'4P.,,
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.
tt 75c for 2 boxes.
,nd keep posted on the bargains we are
Fall Goods, and will slaughter what
and of present stock when fall goods
is Bargain House
[S, S. C.
(LEYALM. C. LONG,
I E Attorney-at-Law.
and Surgeons' Over Postolilce, Anderson, S. C.
0 to 12-2 to 4
Practice In all Courts in Sonth Carolinit
.t. "The People's Phar
JE of all the people for
Soda Water-.Ice 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 smokers' and
chewers' goods. The best and most
complete selection ever in Central.
Fiull 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.