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\ KTE OF SOUTH CAROLINA {
| / County of Piokens. i
i/Notice is hereby givou that an oleoJI
in will bo hold at tl\e several products
/tablished by law in Pickens oounty, on
ruosday, November 8; A. D. 1904, for
Member of Congress from Third OouKressioual
District and for Presidential
/Electors, pursuant to tho Constitution
i j /and the Iowb of tho Stato of South Oai c/
lisxa'
/ j / Polls at oach voting pluoo will bo
/ | / opened nt sevon o'clock a.m., and|o osetl |
11 11 at four o'clock u. m. I
P 7 Tho following named person?
/ been appointed Malingers to I
Jtf ^ she liad Just pulled oi
^fOW thumb and finger to si
the loaf was thoroughly done.
. "Ana I can go to Jesslo Wells'
fefternoon, can't I? You promised.
, **No, Martha, I didn't quite prom)
~y - ' "Jjut I ran every step of the a
JtAlceil I did, auntie; and I made
tho beds and dusted."
There Was a tremor In Martha P
?r's voice, and the tears came alt
luto her eyes.
"I'll tell you at noon. There, 1
ten minutes to nine, and you wil
late to school if you do not start
instant."
j "But, Aunt Patty "
"If you stop for another word,
lunnot go at nil. How often lmi
told yon about answering back?"
Mavtha picked up her two 1)<
Zf- whirled berhelf out of the <
like a tornado, without a word
Sood-mornlng.
"The cross old thing!" she ,
sobbed, as she went out of heat
4,She never does let me do anytliin
may try and try, and it doesn't amc
to?a row of pins. And if I can'l
to that croquet party I'll be just
bad r.s ever I can be."
I think Martha commenced v
3?wny. She climbed over the f<
and ran down into the lot for an ni
and what with that and the eatinj
it she was late for school.
"My aunt sent me to do an erra:
?1ln till l?1 Af<co T
"Well, you must bring a 110(0, t:
or lose n mark. I want yon to un
stand that school begins promptly
^ _ -'bftie."
Thnt made Martha still more cr
^ She sin in mod the lid of her desk
vu*\!fl0 dtfy o'l \lie election tho Manager
must orgauizo by tho election of u
chairman; aolcrk may bo namod if necessary.
The chairman oleotod is empowered
to administer oaths to the oihor Managers
and elerk.
. Tho Managers liavo tho power to lill
any vacancy, and if none of tho managers
attend, tho citizens can appoin
? Managers from among tho qualified vot
tors, who, nftor being Bworn, can eon
duct tho olection.
At tho close of tho olection tho Managers
must proceed publicly to open tho
ballot boxes and count tho ballots therein,
and continue without adjournment
statement of tho result thereof ami sign
the
throo days thereafter, tho
Chft"^L of tho. board, or some one
designated by tho board, must deliver to
the OomiAissioners of Fedoral Elections
tho poll list, tbo boxes containing tho
bollots, hnd signod statements of tho result
of th6 oleotion.
Ono of iuo managers of the cleetion at
eaoh of 'tho abovo named proeinots arc
hereby instructed to call at Pickens C.
II., salosday in Novcmbor next, tlio 7th
day, for boxes, instructions, tickets and
tbo registration books.
W. T. Howen,
J. F. Foster.
gi C. E. Ilobinnon,
' Commissioners Federal Election.
BL* Acid Iron Mineral busmngicpower
I to quickly boal cuts, wounds, burus
B 'and old sores. Stops blood flow in
| stantly. For man or beast. Sold by
Hf druggists.
Teacher's Examination.
BP' Editor Sentinel- Journal, Pickens, 8. C.
Dfiar Sir; Please announce in your
HlN^aper that tVio next regular teachers
iT^mmination'fvill take placo at PickL
0. H., Friday, October 21. ExB^nlnation
to oommenco promptly at
V o'clock. Sincerely,
'a B. T ^alluin.
' To County Boards o> Juucation.
Qontlemen; Tho Htnto lioaid of
Education lma appointod tho regular
fall examination of teachers for Eri^
day, October 21st. At tho meeting
* of tho State Board of Education on
May 6th, it was decided to baso this
examination on "Hughes' nliHtakcS in
m l r? i n *i /1
xuucinug. jreteniuuiH uivn \jtoverBL
raent, Hilna Mamer*, Enoch Ar
den and Current Hiatory, in addition
to rognlar aubjeota, Plcaao have
|v '* applicants for teachers certifi.
,4iu ample time ao that there
will be no misunderstanding aa to
the date. Sincerely yours,
O. 15. Martin,
^ Sec. Stato Board and Supt Ed.
Teachera please take notico of
above and govern your solves accorA
dingly. Sincerely,
Wk R. T. llallum,
Oo. Supt. of Ed.
Acid Iron Mineral euros all diseusos
involving inflamation, by purifvincr
the blood and directly healinur
tue irritated parte. Try it on atv exI
ternal Rare and watob its mtgio healing.
It acts in exactly the same way
on all internal in (tarnat ions such as
dyspofsin, indjgofition, rheumatism,
H^tidney diseaho. stomach and bowel
fecubW It has no equal for dis^Cpe^uhar
to women. Tones up
Wire system. Trade (A.-I-M)
B.cevery bottle. Bold by drugy
old Iron Mineral Co., Col
v- .
4 " .%> v." - ' .
fry . :]r.y JjNft T V v .V W,('
" ' I ' Ml 1 IIII 11 II.
T.O
A Great Opportun
A ' AT A 1
If You Don't take
277 acres within 3 miles of
balance in original forest. Fii
plenty of water. Terms to euii
CO acres good farm land 01
known ub the John Eads place.
Old School llouso and one ui
in town. For a veiy small am
house. Price if 1,000.
One aoro lot with good
Pickmia. Tliis is a regular an;
get* it.
J. D. HO
HEAL ES
Office at Depot.
Pw ha\
1
$i
| Foun
J Ingersc
(( and Fam
and-;so33LVS)-rt1-1:
)) 4,000 LEAD PENCILS,
K That v
//
^^^iuvciis^U
NOW IS THE Til
Don't fail to see me \v
Dry , Shoes, lis
L,necKs, Kan
Also a lot of fruit jars,
Bargaj
BALLAD'S OBELISK
the right price, and a thous;
and on the farm at prices tl
from now until Septemper
.1 l\ 1
THE CAS
Pich
' SEEE
1,000 bushels Western lied
to get this year and if you exp
now. I have a small lot of goo
body known coffee haH been t^oi
this cofl'ee in t>'o house at this
et. I have a v< ry fine blonde
money back if not delighted.
A few do/on fruit ,ar? left, o\
I want og^s at ir>c. and chick
You
T. D. \
|
WE SELL. lilUU
10(5 SOUTH MAIN!
IITK wish to inform
VV ens that when
will find us headquar
is very complete. 1
ery purpose. Fort
have the latest last
business man or w
tions for wear and
ren, we have "STE
other kinds that w
(; UKK?
shoes nfinr
Mil
ti 1 ; i Tii
PKKTTY 1)1)
AHT1CULAR L JLl
THAT'S THE
? .
fib, i/' Mwr ' \ ->,#?
ity to Buy Real Estate 1
LOW PRICE ? !
Advantage of it NOW '
Six Milo church, 70 acres in cultivation
?e timber. Frame tenant dwellings ana
t purchaser. <
i Southwest sid? of Six Mile mountain,
Price $700.
ore of land, liost location for dwelling
sunt this oin be made a good 0-room
4
5 room house on Easley street, town of .
f?p. Come at once before some one elae
LDER & CO.
TATE DEALERS.
Piokeus, 8. O.
re an Up=to?Date ))
ine of- = \\
I ))
I w ss ,
tain Pens SS
)!1 Watches w
lily Syringes. /)
:Rjwyr an jk r pricbg \\
2,000 WRITING TABLETS ))
r'e want to hoIJ. Il
rug ^unip>an^^^^
HE TO GET BARGAINS!
hen you want any tiling in?
its, Caic,
ts, Cotonades, Cuffs,
Collars, Gent's Shirts.
extra capps and rubbers at
Ln Prices.
FLOUR, nothing better made, al
and other things useful in the house
tat will interest the trading public
ist, 1904.
HARRIS,
ill MERCHANT,
.oiis, 8. C.
> OATS! ;
Hust Proof Seed OntR. They are hard 1
net to sow t)w> ri?d rust proof, hotter buy
rtl'OOn /"rvlV.wi r. t frtr *1? 1 1/
>\? p,i ?'VII vviii.i; til iv/l 1 tW? i^VCl jr
ng up for Homo time. I couM not, put
price i[ I boupht. on tho present -markd
c( lief, mochn ? nd javD, ?t 25c. Your
-er. They go at your own price.
ciih at Iho top. market j>rico m caab. I
rs for a trade, always.
HARRIS.
n ~ I ' M II O V.V4
ST. GREENVILLE, S. C.
I
i the good people of Pick- I
they visit Greenville they
ters for Shoes. Our stock [
t embraces Shoes for evhe
fastidious dresser, we j
s and leathers. For the
oman, we have combina- t
comfort. For the child- [
:EL SHOD," and many
ill stand wear and tear. j
I
?VIM,li'S j
TO-DATE .
mmnnr *H0ES
iSlUfcv^ 1
_ i
I.NTI.NO SpS(
/ i
K INI) WE DO. Jj
-i : *FJVT ' ?x'" - *
'Av v"lyj:> V V Vv ' VTV *W-??
' ' 1 ii.MBaegaeaegHgajgg^ ?
S '
$ THE EQUITABLE LI1
( Strongest
/ In The World
c Wouldi
\ # iKyiFui \ ?>'????khu..i o
r I \M)m I 'UKt you v
l I \1M] I ,J"W ABsurauce'
/ I I " I" al1*" lmnit*
? \ JB |K?L\ / ckIm, if you shou
f Y**<^ Then why not tn
S The Equii
I W. H. JOI
? PICK
f Office at Pi<
S Will alto Insure your Huum
RIGHT
IN EVE
The Suit or (
perfectly an
position you
Our clothing
not as they i
we alter it ui
I Everything 1
fabrics and t;
L. ROTHSC
GREENVILLE, . rSscou
iFor the next thirty d:
the regular price the
One hundred and ei?
Worsted and Chevio
leans. Sizes 34 to 4
Sixty-eight young 111
years. Two hundrec
pants, suits sizes 8 tc
Sixty childrens suits,
All Straw hats at hall
jBW iinvi mi 1 cl 1 1(11 i let?) (IL ^>(
to These goods are f roi
m and one-third off the
M clothing buyers very
m No alterations paid f<
m suits, and the terms c
| Smith ?
LEADING
Vk Greer
OUR PftOMS
v 'W A m. Vf i I J
...NICE, NEW GOC
And we invite all to
our varied stock,
preciated, and we tl
l" lies to offer. Mver
this season, and w
giving you KVE1
Clothing, Dry Goods, Or
Crockery, tin, glaKB and i
and rubbers. Fiiib l'Moi
All KliK'ifl OI liOUHG kGopin
and building mnt?riul. S
and Leather.
Host Line of Lap Robes
Please pay lis promptly
accounts. We apprcciat
we don't forget it.
W. T. IV
pKtr
^ QUK entire stock of Gi:
| has been replenished,
is now on our shelves rea<
I prices* arc so low and the
. can't resist buying.
\ DRY 0001)8,-NOT 10!
* ?Everything Iresh, and t
Now is a good time t
\ ter stock of Shoes.
% the $i.oobrogan to tl
T every shoe guarantee
i COUNTRY PRO
LANCSTO
A7Wf1 *" / ' A *'t V: 1
>v: * -s'* \ -sX^ f Ht V/5M - ?>v??''A ' ^" . Ww
\ '.--4 y/- ; '< r-.' > ' ''.' 'V* \ *.> ** ' *?..<'? '
* ' ' . # u
x- \> ; . ,
FE ASSURANCTSOCIETY^^ J
Surplus \ I
t7i nnn nnn / !
n't You Like to bo Sure C
>f ready cash twenty years from now? V |
rant to begin to take things easy and enjoy life'; r
s the host provision (or an Independent old age /
:llatoiprovlsl,on for business uud family inter- \ J
Id d'lo? r "
ike out a |K>llcy in [
tabic Life Assurance Society? i I
FIN SON, Agent, ?
ENS, s. c. r |
ckens Drug Co. ) 1
i, Barn and <lln House iKalnit firs. ^ ^
I t
;RY PARTICULAR. 1
Overcoat you buy here fits you
d looks well ro matter in what
stand or sit.
; is made to f.t ..nsn as they arc,
night be. If it does not fit at firsl B
ritil it does fit.
atest in style, of the most worthy
ailored in the most perfect manner.
3H/ZJD
S. C. |i
nt Sale!|
lys at one third less than Vv
following is offered by us: J)
jhty men's suits in Fancy $
ts cut in regular stouts and
en's suits, age 16 to 20
1 and eighteen boys knee
> 1 6 years. if
n<yp 1 to S\ \ffifc "
price, except Panamas, &
5, these were $6. and $K. J?
11 the best manufactures m
market price means to
cheap goods. H
m* by us on these cut price a
m them is strictly cash. E
Yours truly ^
c 13ri stow, | ,
CLOTHIERS. ))
iville, S. C.
APF AI I Pill I !
m, j1^4 i * B-V R-^4 M JL~s fl-w
>DS OF ALL KINDS...
?MM-J? ! - Mil ? ??????
? f]
> come and Jjpok through i
Vonr trade is always ap- f
link we have good valo
i
ything is cheap enough. j '<v
e will take pleasure in j
ADVANTAGE, j
_ . II
oceries, Furniture, & Stoves.
warn. llatf, cups, shoes
ir, Syrups, C<>lleos an I Sugar,
y Bupplit'H, farming implements
luhlltw, hait.eHs, collar?, bridles, .
and logins Ever Offered.
this fall, on notes as well as
e a prompt settlement, and
J
q o o d 5. .s !
-NERAL MERCHANDISE 1
and our stock of Fall Goods K
:ly for your inspection. The & i
([iiality so high that you M
98, SHOES, GROCERIES |
lve best the market affords? C
o buy your fall and win
Anything you want from 3
le $4.00 dress shoe, and m s
iDUCE WANTED, ( #
N & NE^Y I i
ui.A.1' ..*. v' > !dj?WKttwJtfaA
1 ' nlirff lit li < .
'
II I I I __._J
1W. T. McFALL,
Previdout
. PICKENS I
PfCKENS, S,
CAPITAL
PROFITS
DEPOSITS
WE PAY INTEREST ON T
MAKE LOANS TO F,
By Careful ancl constant work
Hank largely increases every yen
We solicit vour business and 1
MHHBHE8r2DQHBHBDIH9HiNEE3B3?8fl2Syfl6$?XX3886
J Watches & J
I ? ? f.tuS
Wo have purchased a com]
I and jewelry, and the prices arc
I bought anywhere. Below we <;i\
WATCHES?SILVER /
WATCI [(Ml A1MQ I A I HI?
WATCH CHARMS?AI
EMBLEMS OF K. ok 1\, \\r. 0.1
TABL^CUTi
Extra good bone handle u
to $1.75 per set. Silver cutler}
per set.
We have a complete line
scarf pins, collar buttons, etc.
We. arc agent for the "Perl
Stove, 1 I eater and Lamp" and
I Flame Oil Stove." The most c<
itse.lf ever put on the market
A complete line of rubber t<
ren already arri
SCHOOL SUP
Pens ancl pencils. A comp
and tablets. A nice tresb lit"
candies and canned t>oods always
keep at all times a nice selection
eryware. Call and inspect my lii
Mrs. K. L. C
i? i
TRKA81 KEirS
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
CounLv ol Pickens;- i
^ # J
Office of County Treasurer, Pick
Pickens, S. C., Se
THE TREASURER'S OFFICE \\
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15th L
DECEMBER, 31st, 1904, WIT
m
I he Rate of State, County, School an
One Dollnr Poll Tax and One 1)
Tax.
In accordance will) an Act to raise ;?np|;lic3 f
I sin nary 1, 101):$, notice is lii-nhy given t' 1:11. I
'iukmiH Couiitv will <>i i is for the collection
L'HUJRSDAY, OOl'OliKK l.'.ui, miiIli i'llUIWD.
>or cent, of taxation are as follow-:
1 j"vv For Stnt.t! 'l'ax "
" Ordinary County tax
" " (JoiiHtilutioii;i! .School l.ix
" " l'ast Icileblodntvw
" " Support and Uiroof ('on
" ' Sinking l'nnd
" " l\/i !!?.'i>iiililing liritlgo.s
" " For I'mchasiug Havcne!*!
Total lovy for State und Comity 'Taxes
Levy lor ntcront on Pickens It. It. bomD, Pii
Levy for interest on Pickens IIt. bonds, Hi
Lovy for int< rest on Pickens It. It. bond , Hit
Sproiul Lovy For School District N<
II it It II II ||
(I ? t t it i? it
I ! * I ? 4 I* II It
II il <? II It
II I li II II II
A Poll Tux of Oho Dollar |>or capita on i ll n: .
1 and lid years, except snc'i as are exempt by law,
A commutation lto d Tax of One Doll r will I
tlior taxes from all male eiii/.ens hew en the ayes
s nro exempted by law. Unless said t <x is paid 1j
iiyn work npou the public, highway.! will bo rcipii
Taxes are p lyiiido only in f,' 'Id and silver coin,
ional Bnnk Notes ami couponsot Stale Honds wl
our 19l)t.
Parties desirii'K information by mail in rognrd
lie location of then property. umI itidmln postage
ivtw by cluck must include llio clmr({cn for colleo
H. ""W
Sept. 15, U)03.l?l. Tr
J. 1). Moore wanrs to cl
lot of ^oods at a low nri<
About 200 pair of shoes to go lor le
ell to all I can fit a lot of No. 4 Lac
lome Checks at 5c.; Lalico, 5c. MAI
1.00; a $1.25 hat for 85c. I sell soaj
ivo boxes of lye for 5c.?now, that's t
ixle grease, 4 boxes for 15c. A lot
heap. Yon know I want room for m
ic some sheep to mix with my meat.
' -J
W'p:-' : > *
J Mel). BBUCK, %
Cashier, m
BANK, J
. C. 1
$ 20,500.00 i
11,000.00 J
- 105,000.oo 5
IME DEPOSITS \
AJRMERS. <<
the business of this W
ivill extenu to you ^
'i I f Ml i 111 IllflW IIN'I HI Hi IBB BMBBM H
leweBry! 1
>lcte line of watches
i as cheap as can be ;
;e a few articles:
vnd gold.
s' and giants'
,l designs,
\w. and masonic.
I
.ERY. 1
ible cutlery from 50c
1 from $3.50 to $6.50 J
of rings, broaches, i
ection Combined Oil i
the 44Perfection Blue
")mj)lete thing within I
iys for the childPLIES.
J
iiiu; ui HiiUHMUiry (il
ic of cakes, crackers,
on hand. Wo
of tlisluis and crocktareton.
S^; 1
Notice.
ens County, S. C.
ptembcr 14th, 1904.
ILL UK OPEN FROM
JNTIL SATURDAY,
IIOUT PENALTY.
cl Special Tax, Including
ollar Commutation Road
i>r t!i" fiscal yt?nr fomirionoing
hi- olMrio of County Tic iHUivr of
>f Ihm's |. rs'iil lisf l y?Mi from
VV, I Et'K.M1?KK :ils<r. UutcH
f> Mills.
11"
J; "
I > "
i
< lirulgo 1 "
17 j .Mills.
kens ('. H. Township, mills,
irntiini) Tow n.-ihip, '2.', nulls,
Ntiiimi Township, i5> nulls,
>. S 2 Mills.
!> -I
Id 1} "
I i ;f[ '?
i:\ ft
10 2
r.) a
o;>
;u r>? ?
42 2
10 2
ftft :t "
le citizens between the ngos < i'
will Ixt ool looted.
>o collcoti (I at tlio Hamn timo i>h
of IS mid 50 years, except hiioIi
>v tint Hint of I )( < . kiii.i i
- - V lh""
reil iimicr a contractor.
, TJni^d States currency, \?lich
Ui eonio payable during tin
to tlioii* tnxoA will ploasc sta(?
for a reply, and tlioHo paving
ting.
. TPAnri,
i-asurfrer of Pickonn County.
lose out a
ce.': : : ;
ss than cost. I want to
lies Shoes at half price.
S: I give a $1.50 hat for
) cheap. I will sell you
he truth about the lye.
of other things to go
ly meat market. Bring
J.D.MOORE.
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