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I y I / piece of literature now belnj
Jilnatotl by the National Demo
1 In Pnttl TV* 11 t'fiQ tvlrlnlv /lltfnitnnl
I yt*d pictures are presented, giving
/Stimates of the general make-up of
' fho two Presidential candidates.
| j .With the suggestion In bold typo:
I / "LOOK'HERE, UPON THIS
I / / PICTURE"
?/ I the document. quotes from ex-Clovg'
/ ernor Black's speech nominating Mr.
j / Roosevelt at the Republican conven/
lion, June 23, 1904:
I / "Men may prophesy and women
I ' pray, but peace will como hero to
/abide forever on this earth only when
tho dreams of childhood are tho accepted
charts to guide the destinies of
men. Events aro numberless and
mighty, and no ono can tell which wire
runs around tho world. Tho nation
backing to-dny in tho quiet of contentment
and i*cpo3e may still be on tho
deadly circuit, and to-morrow writhing
in tho toils of war. Only tho
man with steady eyo and nervo and
the courage to pull tho trigger brings
tho largest opportunities to the
ground."
This is followed by "Roosevelt's' Endorsement,"
from the New York Times,
May 20, 1904, as follows: "Washington,
May 19.?The speech which Mr.
Root is. to make as temporary chairman,
the speech which ex-Governor
Rlack is to make in placing the President
in nomination, and the various
planks-of the platform, which is to bo
shaped by Senator Lodge, all have
been considered and disposed of to the
satisfaction of the President and bis
advisers."
Taking a flashing glimpse at Judgo
Parker, and with special reference to
the suggestion to "Look here, upon this
picture," on the other Bide, the revnrQO
oimiTftafo*
AND ON THIS!"
tlie document quotes from the speech
of Hon. Martin \V. Littleton, nominating
Judge Parker, before Democratic
Convention, July 8, 1904:
"The country called upon New York
for a man to fit this, tho critical hour
and place in our national life, and New
York answers with a man who puts
against the strenuous sword play of
a swaggering administration, a simple
faith in all tho perfect power of the
Constitution; a man who puts against
executive usurpation a knowledge of
and t> deep love for the poise and hal11
nnn nf Ifa - * - - - ?
uiivu vi A to i m cu t;i cm puwcra, u
man who puts against the stealthy
hunt with 'the big stick' a faithful observance
of constitutional restraints."
This is followed by "Judge Parker's
Endorsement," from his speech of acceptance,
Aug. 10, 1004:
"The most efficient work we can do
In uplifting the people of other countries
is by the presentation of a happy,
prosperous, self-governing nation
as an ideal to bo emulated, a model to
ut: iuuuwi'u. ino general occupation
of our citizens in the arts of peace, or
tho absence of large military armaments,
tends to impair neither patriotism
nor physical courage."
A -rCARL
SCHURZ IN DEMAND.
The Venerable German-American
Statesman F.arnest for the
Democratic Ticket.
German-American voters in all parts
Of the country are eagerly awaiting tho
appearance of Carl Sehurz on the
stump. Germany lias given to this
country many able and distinguished
men, but Carl Scliurz is the most
famous of all. As a political guide ho
is careful and courageous, not because
he belongs to any party, but beon.??n
when he announces his course in a poljti
uui uiibib, vwiy ciu/.i'u WHO KNOWS tII0
record of American politics, knows that
lio does bo bccauso, as a statesman of
Intelligence and conviction, ho believes
that course will ho the better 0110 for
the welfaro of the nation.
Mr. Schurz will bo of groat service
to the Democracy in Now York, Now
Jersey, Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois
States, which owe their greatness in
largo measure to the enterprise and
loyalty of German-Americans. In ?ji?h
of these States "ft blast from out his
bugle-horn wero worth tea thousand
men."
SOME INTERESTS FIGURES.
Enthusiastic Democrats iw? deriving
considerable pleasure In figuring over
tho recent Democratic gain In Mftlne.
The returns show a Democratic gain
of 30 i>er cent, and a Republican gain
of 15 por cent, ovor tho vote of 11)02.
Similar changes elsowhere would givo1
Now York to Parker by a plurality of
87,000, Now Jorsoy by 6,000, Ithodo
Island by 6,000, Maryland by 32,()00,j
Nebraska by 8,000 and Utah by 300.1
These, with the States carried by
llryan In 1900, would bo oxactiy enough
to eloct. In addition, Delaware, West
Virginia and Indiana would bo in
dqubt if'these percentages of sain
wore to provail.
WEST VIR6INIA ALL RIGHT.
Gen. J. W. St. Clair, of Woet Virginia,
at the Waldorf to-day, had thUi
to say about hin Stato: "West Vir?J
glnlu will fltiroly caat ber electoral vot?
for Parker and I>avi?."
Acid Iron Mineral euros fill skin
(liscnoed. Has ourod oczerna of 40
y??r8 atandinpr and is king of germicidow.
Hold by druggiatfl.
Notion of ffln*l SflttlKiiient.
jl-nilV Apply to J, B. Nowl>ory, Probate
?i iuIro, on tlio 35il? way of Nnvom
LOS T H
A Great Opportunity to Buy Real Estate
A AT A LOW PRICE ?
If You Don't take Advantage of it NOW
' 277 hcivr within 3 mih'H of Six Mile church, 70 acres in cultivatio
balance in original forest. Fine timbnr. Frame tenant dwellings am
plenty ol whter. Terms to suit i>n? chaserOld
School House and one acre of lm 1. Hest location fur dwellini
in tow n For n very pinall amount t his can bo made a good 0-roon
house. 1'rije $1,000.
One acre lot with cod ."> room l oupe on JSasley Htreot, town c
Pickens. This is a regular buap. Come at once before some one els
gets it.
105 nor. 8 ?o(d land in Crow Creek section. $000. Come lot u
show \y u this
J. D. HOLDER & CO.
HEAL ESTATE DE.VEEllS.
'Mot r?l Depot. Piokrus. 8. C.
rWe now have an Up=to=Date ))
? ?Line of $
)) Fountain Pens \S
J Ingersoll W atches ))
(( and Family Syringes. ))
<( on u:r prices \\
Jj 4.000 LEAD PENCILS. 2,000 WRITING TABLETS ))
11 That we want to eel). 11
(k Pickens Drug Company, K
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET BARGAINS!
Don't fail to see me when von want nnvthinnr in ?
J J fc>
Dry , Shoes, rials, Caic,
Cheeks, Pants, Cotonades, Cuffs,
Collars, Gent's Shirts.
Also a lot of fruit jars, extra capps and rubbers at
Prices.
BALLAD'S OBKL1SK 1 LOUR, nothing better mack:, a
the right price, and A thousand other things useful in the hous<
and on the farm at prices that will interest the trading publii
from now until Septemper ist, 1904.
J. F. HARRIS,
Tin: (ASH JV1EKC1IANT,
Pickens, S. (J.
SEED OATS!
1,000 hmhelp West'rn lied [lust. !'rn f Seed OhIb. They are bar*
to uet thin voar and if you expect lo how lha red rust moot", bettor bn<
now. I have a small lot of good green e?>nV'0 at 1 ()II? for $1.00. Ever
body knows c^lfee has been going uj? for some time. I could not pu
this coffee in i.l?o house at this ]>riee if I bought on ihe present mark
(it. I have a vrry fine blended c< flee, niochn and jnv?, at 2/jc. Von
money hack if not d lighted.
A few do/. ii fruit jars left over. They go at your ov/n ])riee.
I want eggs at loo. arid chickens at tint toj' market price in oaali.
Vours for a trade, always.
T. D. HARRIS.
| shoes rj j. n ijj ... T7oTs"T|
IWKSKIX 1 Ulilj (a i flllull Wear Well
KHi SOUTH MAIS ST. <;KKi:N VILLK, S. .
Y\TK wish to inform the good people of Pickvv
ens that when they visit Greenville they 8
will find us headquarters for Shoes. Our stock
is very complete. It embraces Shoes for ev
ery purpose. For the fastidious dresser, we
have the latest lasts and leathers. l;or the
business man or woman, we have combinations
for wear and comfort. For the children,
we have "STEEL SHOD," and many
other kinds that will stand wear and tear.
<i IMS 1C IN V I
UP-TO-DATE
Look TVC11 luiiyju u 1 UHJUpi wisiiii. I
I win ?smem\ iihibiiwjmi iwiiinuiiii iimmjiiimiliiII
saaagBsL^~T~ 1 r 1 f " i 1 1 i ' gaaaBas~r-wiir r i
' / ^^THlT^EQUr^ ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
r Strongest Surplus
; In The World $73,000,000
5 ? '
t Wouldn't You Liko to bo Suro
C / /kVuTm \ w S,,UB Hum of ready cnsli twenty years from now?
3 f \ 1 -luHt when you want to bcxin to tnkc thliiKKcnsy ?n<l enjoy lift
S I \PiiMFCil I I'ife .Vasuranco is the best provision for an indeiiemlentoM aj;
/ I \f? .Jj'SL / It is nlso innuerlititeoprovision for business and family into
\ \ WIrJ^A J e?ts, if you shoulil ille?
" S Then why not tak<* out ?policy In
L? S The liquitable Life Assurance Society?
\ W. H. JOHNSON, Agent,
I ? PICKENS, S. C.
? ' Office at Pickens Drug Co.
\ Will al*o Insure your House, llarn anil Gin Mouse aKulnst firs.
RIGHT l==IN
EVERY PARTICUU
K?a?i ii m KIWIHI.JHI) mum? tnentmrfcmr wui>ingrE
1 ho Suit or Overcoat you buy hero fits
perfectly and looks well ro matter in
position you stand or sit.
Otir clothing is made to f t ...i,nn as they
not as they might be. It it does not fit a
we alter it until it does tit.
Everything latest in style, of the. most w<
fabrics and tailored in the most perfect ma
L. ROTHSCHILD
GREENVILLE, .... S.
| Discount Sale!
U. For the next thirty days atone third less than
/) the regular price the following is offered by us:
* One hundred and eighty men's suits in Fancy
m Worsted and Cheviots cut in regular stouts and
M leans. Sizes 34 to 42.
g Sixty-eight young men's suits, age 16 to 20
! years. Two hundred and eighteen boys knee
pants, suits sizes <S to 16 years.
Sixty childrens suits, a^e 3 to S years.
All Straw hats at half price, except Panamas,
and all Panamas at $5, these; were $6. and $K.
These ^oods are from the best manufactures
and one-third off the market price means to
clothing buyers very cheap snoods.
No alterations paid for by us on these cut price
suits, and the terms on them i ; strictly cash.
Yours tr?;y
i | Smith & Sri stow,
: 1) LEAMXM CLOTH 1 IMS.
Vk Greenville, S. C.
I
OUR ROOMS ARE ALL FUL
*. t ? r* yv t r ^ m m r /\ /*n r\ / * /v v - - - - ^
1...IMCE, 1M;W UUUUS Uh ALL KIINU5
y j And we invite all to come and look through n
y our varied stock. Your trade is always ap- Jv
t! ? predated, and we think we have j^ood val- * ,
",v ues to offer. 1 everything is cheap enough
, this season, and we will take, pleasure in
giving you KVKRY A 1 ) V A N I A (i K. \\
'? ___ i f ___
Clothing, Dry <*oods, (iroomos, Furiiit mo. & Shi
Oroc-kery, tin, ghi?? and wnrn. Kits, caps, shoes
and rubber*. Finn Flour, Syrupy, (}?dV??(is mid Sujjar
All kin<lh of Houko ki'i'pir.u supplies, fanning impJ"inoiitM
ami building inatoriul. Kmhllt-ti, burnous, collars, bridles,
i and Leather,
" Host Line of Lap Rolws nn<! Logins Kvor Olio
r\i # *'
riease pay us promptly this tail, on notes as well as
accounts. We appreciate, a prompt settlement, and
we don't forget it.
W. T. McFALL
(..FALL GOODS..
C 0UR <mlirc stock of GENERAL MKRC1 IANDISIC
jl has teen replenished, ami onr stock of Fall Goods
j j is now on our shelves ready for your inspection. The
' prices are so low and the quality so high that you
^ can't resist buying.
\ l)ItY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, (aIUN'EIMES
M ?Everything Iresh, and the best the market affords?
0 Now is a good time to buy your fall and win
I
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? i M W.T. McFALL, ' J. Mel). BRUCE, 4
^ I m I'rosiilont, Cashier. TO
>| PICKENS BANK, R
j ? -v^mui?wj v>> n
s . CAPITAL - $ 20,500.00 ?
? J PROFITS - - 11,000.00 1
^ \ DEPOSITS - - - 105,000.00 %
^ | WE PAY INTERES T ON TIME DEPOSITS %
) M MAKE LOANS TO FARMERS. C
/ \jl ?y Careful and constant work the business of this
? Bank, largely increases every year. ^
i&| Watches & Jewelry! 1
you f| SESm^craiaaMfeHB
whal || \V(? hav<? purchased a complete line of watches ra
I and jewelry, and the; prices are as cheap as can be
bought anywhere. Below we c;ive a few articles:
WATCHES?SILVER AND GOLD.
WATCH CHAINS- LADIES' AND GENTS'
WATCH CHARMS?ALL DESIGNS,
EMBLEMS OF K. ok P., W. O. W. AND MASONIC. |
T A B LJE^CUTLERY.
Extra good bone handle table cutlery from 50c |
to $1.75 per set. Silver cutlery from $3.50 to $6.50 ?
?w*r ci>t
^ ? We have a complete line of rings, broaches, |
y) 5 scarf pins, collar buttons, etc.
? We are agent for the "Perfection Combined Oil |
/ F Stove, I leater and Lamp" and the''Perfection Blue g
(( j Flame Oil Stove." The most complete thin? within
)) j itself ever put on the market
& ! A complete lint; of rubber toys for the child&
E rem already arrived.
i 1 SCHOOL SUPPLIES. |
& & Pons and pencils. A complete iine of stationary g
^ 2 and tablets. A nice fresh line of cake.s, crackers, ft
^ I caiulie.s and canned ooods always on hand. We
n ' keep at all times a nice selection of dishes and crock//
I erywaro. Call and inspect my line.
I I Mrs. K. L. CuretoiV. J
0 flhllHII I' I II I In in Mill III I I' I I I |l I I I I 11P HI' IHIB IIM1
| I Tlil-ASrilEK'S Nt^sC>s~
ft ' ^ ' s
\\ ST ATI? OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
II County ol Pickens. I
(v Office. of County Treasurer, Pickens County, s. C.
Jj Pickens, S. C., September 14th, 1904.
Till-; TREASURER'S OFFICE WILL BE OPEN' FROM
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 =uh UNTIL SA TURDAY,
December, vst, 1904. without penalty.
! ' '1(- Rate of State, County, School and Special Tax, Including I
1 One Dolbir Poll Tax and One Dollar Comimitation Road
~ Tax. R
) . . .
In :u*<*oiilni?*o witli nil Act to laist* fur tli?> tisml v?>,ir commpneinf*'
ii ii,in I, 1 '.)() >, iioti:'"'. is lnn-by ffivtMi tlnit i!i oliii'o ol < *. * t v TroiittiiriM' o
l'icki':i? < i>11111v wiii i.pi-p f. i tin rolIi-i-tiMii i ! tnxt'K ivr s i.: r.il yoar fron
Til t'K >D x V, (>t)K)IU:i: I -*> III. mini lilt KSiUY, DKCl.M ;;is:r. llatrs
' pur < ?'iil. of tnxiitioii m?'?i ? < to.lo\v>: ,
Ij?-vy 1 or Sliit-* Tax ? - f> Mi Ik.
;c* " " < >r?!iiiiiry tJoui.lv tj?v 15 "
" " <'ohshuil ioiri l >vhtiol |,i\ '
" " I 'us! 11 tlelilr-liu'SH' - I '
" " S'l|l|l()l 1 ami 11 ii c of (J.lllvii'tH 1 " |
.inn. MI;< i' 11 ii<i ~ I1"
" " For l!i ihwUIuij.; bridges 1 "
" " 1 <>r I'tirclmsii!;^ Kiivi-iu'l's I'rwlgo [ 14
Tof.il levy l'*r Utc ? '<' Comity T.isis - 17; ??111 1m.
I ,? vv for mlci'tv I on Pickens ti. II. hniidrt, ! 'i<*koisH ('. If. Townnliip, 3} niillK.
Lovj' for ii)U?r???t on 1'iekoiis It. li. lion is, 11 iirriciino 'towitiiliip, 2$ miilH. m
I.jovy for iiit? rest on 1 * - i 11 - I!. II. lioi lf, Kasiatoo Town i?i| , :'?> mills. uJ
Kpcciul I. vy I'm School District No- H 'J Millrf.
I 'l < .1 1(> 2 "
?4 % i * i * i * 1? ) ?) Ii
it ? ?? i? ?) It ppj
,|o
.pi ) H
A I'oll Tux "f One DoMur per eupitn <>ti :i 11 u: lo citi/.euH im4wccii tlui ngos (.t
JI iiml (ill vein's except wieli hh arc exempt by luw, will ho collected.
A >ii11 i i*i?t i <ii Ko .(l I'nx of Oin- I )oil ) will i o cdllct'ti (1 at (in) snmo time ok
' other (axon ff'iin nil mule <"il:v.?*11^ 1??? w. en the n.V'-s of IK mid 00 yours, except Rlich
I us ill(i exempt' (I I>\ luw. Unless suid t >x is paid l>y the Mlttt o| Deo. eight
& luys woik up *ii tin1 p ili'ie highway.i will 1)0 leipiuod under u oout.,'otor.
jff Tux cm Hie 111 yuli lo on I y in ff?|?l mul si Ivor < >1 ii, United States riirmnnr w?_
...... ,
^ tioniil Dank Nol?n aril eonpt lis ni Slate Houwh which h< conic payable during the
M Piulio.-t (Icwirinp information by mail in ropard to thoir taxoA will please state
? the locati-m of their property. umI inHmle i>osta<"' for a reply, ami those paying
j*j 'avw b\ check must include the c.harj{< s t >r collecting,
S xi. -v^z. g
Sept. amirerer of l&l.'P.
3 J. D. Moore vvanrs to close out a fagl
Jp | lot of (rnn<l< :it .1 lnvv nrirn .
! About 200 pair of shoes to go lor less than cost. I want to
I sell to all I can fit a lot of No. 4 Lr dies Shoes at half price. fl
Some ClvL'cks at 5c.; Calico, 5c. HATS: 1 give a $1.50 hat for 1
$1.00; a $1.25 hat for 85c. I sell soap cheap. I will sell you fl
two boxes of lye for 5c.?now, that's the truth about the lye. I
Axle grease, 4 boxes for 15c. A lot of other things to go HH
cheap. You know I want room for my meat market. Bring
me some sheep to mix with my meat. fjjjl
J.D.MOORE. j*M
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