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Teacher's Examination.
N Editor Sentinel* Journal, Pickens, S. C.
Dear Sit: PloAse announce in your
paper that tho next regular teachera
examination will take placo at Pick
ens, C. H., Friday, October 21. Kxamiimtijn
to commence promptly at
0 o'clock. Sincerely,
11. T. Hallum.
Co. Supt. Ed.
Acid Iron Mineral cures all skin
diseat.es. Hub cured eczema of 40
years (standing and is king of germicides.
Sold by druggists.
rr A rNTTT\ I^T
IJLtUASUKM
STA TE OF SOUTH CAROL
County of Pickens.
Office of County Treasure!
Pickens, S.
THE TREASURER'S OFFI
SATURDAY, OCTOBER
DECEMBER, 31st, 1904
The Rate of State, County, Sch
One Dollnr Poll Tax and C
Tax.
Tn accordance with an Act to raise nti
January 1, 1903, lxitico in licrplvy give
1'ickonw County will open for the col
T1IUIWDAY, OOTORBR 15th, until']?]
per uoik. of taxation are as follow^:
Levy For State Tax
" " Ordiuary County
" " Constitutional S<
" " Past Iudebtednot
" " Support and Iiir
" " Sinking Fund
" " For Rebuilding I
" " For Purchasing
Total levy for Stnto and County Ta
Lory for interoHt on PickoiiK R. R. l>
Levy for iutorost on Pickens R. R. t>
j-iovy ior lnterost on 1'iekons It. 1{. b
Special Ijovy For School l)if
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A Poll Tax of Ono Dollar per oajlila i
21 ami (50 years, oxcept such as are oxcmi
A commutation Komi Tax of One Do
othor taxes from all male eitizons between
as aro oxompteil by law. Unless said tax
ilayn work upon tho public highways will
Taxes aro payable only in roUI and si
tiouftl Hunk Notes nud coupons of State J
yosir 1004.
Parlies desiring information l>3' muil
tho location of their property, atid inchuh
tiives by check must include the charge's I
H.
Sept. 15, JDOIUd.
s'~'."fa rr<
^ QUR entire stock of GbN
M lias been replenished, ar
j is now on our shelves ready
m orices nrtr ^n lnw nn<l .th/? .
^ can't resist buying.
\ DRY UOODK, NOTIONS
J ?Everything Iresh, and the
M Now is a good time to 1
^ ter stock of Shoes. Ai
% the $i.oobrogan to the
M every shoe guaranteed.
\ C O U N T R Y P R () I
] LANGSTOM
'Summons For Relief.
Complnint twrvetl.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA )
Piokeus County. {
' Court of Common Pleas.
F. A. Bmehart, Plaintiff,
against
M. Elizabeth Carpenter, Defendant.
To tho defendant above named:
You are hereby summoned and required
to ni>8wet' the couiplaiut in this action,
whioU i? thin day tilled in the office
of the Clerk of- Court for PiekeuH county,
and to Horve a copy of your uuswer to
tlie M.iiil couiplaiut on the subscriber at
his office at Piokeus, 8. O., within twenty
days after tho service horeof, exclusive
of tho day of such service; aud if
you fail to answer the complaint within
the timo aforesaid, the PlaiutilF in this
action, will apply to tho court for tho relief
demanded in tho complaint.
Dated September 8d, A. D. 1904.
i A. J. BoggH,
j HEAL, | C. c. r.
J. If. Carey,
MoGowau & Hunter,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
To tlie ai>Ront defendant, Judge Leveratt
Jones:
Take notico that the complaint and
I the HnmniouH of >*111011 the foregoiug is
I u copy, were tiled in the office of the
Clork of the Court of Common Plena for
PiokoiiB county, on the 3d day of September,
A. ])., 1904.
McGownn A- Hunter,
J. P. Carey,
Hep7wt> Pliiiutiff's Attorney. 1
, . !
Mauldin 4 Prolfitt,
I'ickeiiH, ?. V.
Itinekamit.liincy mirl Wiuiilunrlf
Buggies Hepainted and striped aame
as new.
All Work Guaranteed.
t's Notice.
i
IN A, }
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r, Pickens County, S. C.
C., September 14th, 1904.
CE WILL BE OPEN FROM
15th UNTIL SATURDAY,
, WIT IIOUT PENALTY.
1 ] P *-1 T T 1 1 I
uui aim opeciai lax, including r
)ne Dollar Commutation Road
ippliea for tlio lineal year commencing
an that the otli?e of County Treasurer of
lection of taxcH for huu! Hssnl your from
IUlifaDAY, DHCKMBRU HI sr. liatw
r? Mills,
tax - - :ij "
;hool tax - 3 "
*s - - 1J "
e of Couviots lj "
li "
bridges 1 "
ltftvcnel's Bridge J "
xes - - 17J Mills.
ouds, Pickens C. II. Township, mills.
onds, Hurricane Township, '2J, mills.
omit. P.iiHfntnn TownaUn^ *%-*?! I a
strict No. H 2 Mills.
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" 10 1.J ??
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13 1
? 16 2 "
ID 2 "
23 2 "
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?' 12 2 "
.. .jf, .] .. '
5"* :{ j
on nil male citizens betweon the ages of i
>t by law, will bo collected.
Ili.r will i?o collected at the same time rsi
i the ag??s of IK unci 50 yoara, except such j
is paid by the Hist of Dec. 1904, eight
he required under it contractor.
Ivor com, United Status currency, NaI
kinds which become ?.iyable during the
in regard to their taxo* will please state
> postage for a reply, and those paying
for col looting.
w. FAnn,
Trt asurerer of l'iokuns County.
. I
3QQD5..\
ICRAL MERCHANDISE I
id our stock of Fall Goods &
for your inspection. The A
ijuality so high that you M
, SHOES, UKOCKIMKS f
best the market affords? C
buy your fall and win- C
lyth'ng you want from a
$j[.oo dress shoe, and M i
) U C K W A N T ED. 1
i & nealy)
x' ''A ' - >'' ' ? ' ,' ;. ?$7
- - '
? Strongest
J In Thp WnrlH
v Wouldn't
A / /Jtv/tflj \ *' ?nng ?um of r?
J I V/X^lyEu \ .luht wlion you waiil
S 1 \rfl Jrtul 1 'jlf? AB8*ir?noe in tli
/ I ilC^Sv. I ,l ,M Hls<> linmedlal
p \ a / psIh, If you ahvuld 0
/ Then why not taku i
S The Equitaii
\ W. H. JOHf
C . PICKET
} Office at Pick
j Will alio Insure your Mouse, U
RIGHT
INEVEI
The Suit or Ov
perfectly and
position you st
Our clothing
not as they mij
we alter it unti
Everything late
fabrics and tail*
L. ROTHSC
GREENVILLE,
| Discour
(( For the next thirty clays
. the regular price the fo
% One hundred and eight
Ift Worsted and Cheviots
! leans. iMzes 34 to 42.
Sixty-eight young men
years. Two hundred a
pants, suits sizes <S to 1
Sixty childrens suits, ag
All Straw hats at half 1
and all Panamas at $5,
These goods are from
and one-third off the 11
clothing buyers very ch
No alteration? paid lor
suits, and the terms on
Smith &
LEADING <
vjrt:envi
OUR ROOMS A
...NICE, NEW GOOD
And we invite all to ct
our varied stock. Yo
? predated, and we thin
',v ues to offer. Kverytl
this season, and we
giving- you EVKR\
Clothing, Dry (Joods, (iroc
Crockery, tin, ^Ijihh nml ngn
mid rubbers. Finn Flour,
All kinds of House Ichojui;^ h
arid building material. Sad<
and Leather,
l(<iuf I fiiii id' I ????
j#vnt lii ill ut lid (f IIW?M .1 ?1
Please pay us promptly tlii
accounts. We appreciate
we don't forget it.
W. T. M
SEED
1,000 biifhelH Wect?rn Reel Riii>t
to get this year and if you ex'poet t
now. I have a Hmall lot of good #r
body known Co flee has boen goiin^ u
this colYee in t'>o house at thin pi if
[it. I liavo a wry I'm ll? m'm1 <*c?II
moimy back if not delighted.
A few dozen fruit iorft lefr. nvrr
1 want ?Kf?8 at 15c. and chickens i
youth fo
T. D. H
If?' '
ASSURANCE SOCIETY. 5
Surplus \
$73,000,000 /
t You Like to be Sure C
>n<ly cbsIi twenty years from now? X
. to begin to take things easy and enjoy life? Q
0 best provision for tin Independent old age /
eaprovislon for business and faiuilv inter- \
lo? C
out a policy in . f
>le Life Assurance Society? 3 i
SJSON, Agent, ? ;
as, s. c. r
ens Drug Co. )
urn ami (iin house uxninst firs. N
1
>V UADTinil AD
V* -t * ww
MMMBIMMBW?B?nUim
fercoat you buy here fits you
looks well r?o matter in what
and or sit.
? made to f.t .iien as they are,
*ht be. II it does not fit at first
1 it does fit.
ist in style, of the most worthy
Dred in the most perfect manner.
HILD
S. C.
I
it Sale!|
//
; at one third less than vv
Mowing is offered by iw: //
y men's suits in Fancy *
cut in regular stoutsand ]
's suits, ai^e 16 to 20
nd eighteen boys knee ^
& years. ^
e ,3 to 8 years. jk
>rice, except Panamas, ?L
these were $6. and' $X.
the best manufactures B
narket price means to m
eap goods. ?
1)V us on tlu?s? cut nrire*. a \
is strictly cash. B 1
Yours truly
Bristow, | 1
LOTH1ERS. J) I
RE ALL FULL!
S OF ALL KINDS...
jme and look through |
ur trade is always apk
we have <>ood val- . j
?v.
iin<{ is cheap enough '**
will take pleasure; in
' ADVANTAGE.
<Ties, FiiriiittiiT, & Stoves.
,t*? warn. Hatf, caps, alines
Syrupg, ColVces mi l JSiifjJW.
uj>pli?<H, farming i inplnnuMi t?
11(.*8, haniens, collars', bridlo*>,
lid Ius Kvcr OUVml.
is full, on notes as well as
a prompt settlement, and
/ v i run ?
UA'l'i31
t, Proof Seed OatH. They nI'C* hard
o how the red rust proof, Wetter I my
ceu ooll'eo nl lull, for $1.00. Every
j> for ho mo time. I could not pot
o if 1 boupht on the presont markc(?,
inoclui nnd java, at 25e. Your
They ff<) at your own price.
at the top market prieo in ca.sb.
r a trade, always.
AKmS.I
NOW IS THE TIE
Don'li fail to sec mc when
IJry , Shoes, rials,
Checks, Pa ills,
Also a lot of fruit jars, extr
.Sarga,ln
BALLAD'S OBELISK FL(
the right price, and a thousand
and on the farm at prices that w
from now until Septemper ist,
j r. 11 a
THK CASH
Picken
r Watches &
EM*? OK
We have purchased a
and jewelry, and the pric
bought anywhere. Below
WATCHES?SI I
WATCH CHAINS 1.
WATCH CHARM5
EMBLEMS OF K. <m 1\, V
TABLETC
Extra good bone, hai
to $1.75 per set. Silver
per set.
I We have a complete
scarf pins, collar buttons, et
\Ye are agent for the
Stove, Heater and Lamp'
Flame Oil Stove." The u
itself ever put on the mark<
A complete Vine of ml
ren alrea<
SCHOOL ?
Pens and pencils. A
I and tablets. A nice lr<
| candies and canned goods ;
keep at all times a nice sell
eryware. Call and inspect
I Mrs. K. L.
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J W. T. NcFAl.Ii,
Mj I'lVsilloill
I PICKEN:
\ PICKED
C CAPITAL
J PROFITS
\ DEPOSITS
\ Wli PAY INTKRliST
| MAKli LOANS
^ Hy Careful and constant
W Hank largely increases ev<
v wc sonc.it your biismes;
^ every reasonable accomod
of 1 ho big* or\vro
()XK(
At Cot
All MKN'S, LA 1)1 Ktt and (Mill,
ire certainly inwtst, nvcr known.
1 >ric le ik
J. 1). Moore wan
lot ol goods at a
About 200 pair of shoes to osell
to all I can lit a lot of No
Some Checks at 5c.; Calico, 5c.
fi.oo; a $1.25 hat lor 85c. 1 s
iwo boxes of lye for 5c.?now,
A 1 - - 1
/\xu: grease, -| uoxes lor l 5c.
chcap. You know 1 want roon
m<: some sheep to mux with my
19
iy. J
TOOET BARGAINS! I
you want anything in?
caic,
Cotonades, Cuffs,
Collars, Gent's Shirt?if
a capps and rubbers at
JPrioes. 9H
JUR, nothing better made, at
other tilings useful in the house
'ill interest the trading public T;
RJUS, I
MERCHANT,.
: Jewelrv! 1 1
maiw
. complete line of watches
es arc as cheap as can be I
we i;ive a lew articles:
^ER AND GOLD. I
ADIES' AND GENTS' I
3?ALL DESIGNS, I
V. O. W. AND MASONIC. | I
i rri env
y |
idle table cutlcry from 50c B>
cutlery from $3.50 to ^^.50 1
lino o( rings, broaches, u I
"Perfection Combined Oil ||
and the ''Perfection Rlue n I
tost complete tiling within
>ber toys lor the oh Id
tly arrived.
i?I II>S>S !1PC
' W * ? R
complete iinc of stationary 5
sh line of cakes, crackers, J
xlways on hand. We }
jction of dishes ami crock- |
my line.
Curetcn. J *
?9 o>f&ireir\9 |
is, s. c. 1
$ 20,500.00 &
11,000.0? V:
- 1OS,OOO.00 {
on timk dkposits \
TO FARM ICRS. C
woi k im: i)iik-i'l<'SS Ot tlUS
and will o.xtonu to yon ^
ation. a
HI ONE!
< 1 M'h:i 1'? hu vi no1
'' " 1./ * f>
:>r i >s
st Sale
DIJKN'S Low Ouln must, i;<>. Pricos
Ami Si/Od to lit everyItody.
5 Litton.
*
i iu uujm: mil a ?v
lo\v price. : : : : 1
o lor less than cost. I want t<>
. 4 Ladies Shoes at half price.
11 ATS: 1 <jive a $1.50 hat for
ell soap cheap. 1 will sell vou
that's the truth about the lye.
A lot of other things to go
1 for my meat market. IVin^
meat.
J.|D. MOORE.
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