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KOTlt'K OF ELECTION
/ / t o It
pf / Heprese??tft1<vo in Congress and Electors
of yi e^flont and Ylco-l'resldent.
f J /klAT^ OF SOUTH CAROLINA {
^ ft County of Piokenn. ^
^ ' - J Notice is hereby given that an oleo
I, I tion will bo held at the several preoiuots
/ eetablislipd by law iu Piokeus county,ou
> / Tuesday, Novoinbpr 8," A. D. 11)01, for
i Member of Congress from Third Oou/
gressional District und for Presidential
jrl Electors, pursuant to the Constitution
T( and the laws of the State of South Oai c/
lina.
./ Polls at each voting pi .00 will be
J k opened at sovon o'olooka. ui .,and oosod
A. At fnnr n'nlonk n in
/The following named poisons linvo
beon appointed Manngoru to conduct
said eleotion, to wit:
Easley?B. H. Williams, T. J. Bowen
and E. B. Lutliem.
Central?B. J. Johnson, li. (J. Law- '
ronco and N. B. Moore,
Liberty?Mart Hnnt, E. B. Rioliard
on and W. M, Gantt.
rr,.,..? r m r
X tuaoun VUU1U AJ.Wi40U~~?' .L? XJUUJJL'I'y
W. M. Murpliroe ftiul H. H. linker,
i Dnousvillo (nt Loopor't* Gin)?Reese
& NimuiouB, John I. Willinnm and John
Jnliau.
Pumpkintown?J. D M. Keith, J. W.
Friddle nud P. B. Martin.
Enutiuoo?W. W. Aiken, M, W. Cuntrelll
uud Daniel Winoh outer,
Oro8H PluiuH (at WillittUiB and Freeman's
store)?VV. F. Pace, J; K. IjUhom
uud O. T. J oner.
*jnieconco (^viunu live ImuJnnl yards
of the Corapauy'n store)?li. K. Child,
?t I. N. t ook and J. l\. Grifliu.
Peter's Crook ^ut Poter's Croek Ao.kIemy)?J.
S. Williams, J. It. Foster and
W. N. Hughes.
Milo Crook (i\t Mile Crook church)?
/J. E. Farsous, Sam B. Daltou aud \V.
E. Curtis.
Prater's (at Prater's Crook church)?
1 * Philip Robortaon, Ben Boldiu aud J.
M. Gillcspio.
Six Milo (at Six Milo cliurcli>?S. M.
i'erry, N. 11. Kouuemoro and W. Ii.
Garrett.
Holly Springs (at Ilolly Springs
pliuroh)?W. R. Lj'uch, lb T. Lewis
and J. D. Edous.
Calhoun?J. T. Fenuell, B. It. Law renoe
and C. W. Boggs.
Gap Hill?W. E. Alexaudor, T. E.
? Craig and W. B. Mauldin.
M. W. Hester's Storo (af old store)?
H . I. H. Philpot, Bon MoDuniol and Mart
Hunt.
Croswoll School llouso?G. N. Cox,
T. A. Williams and C. A. Davis.
Pleasant Grovo (in Pumpkintown
towuslnp)?D. L, Barker, Bon Masters
and Frank Howard.
On tlio day of tho election the Managers
must orgauizo by tho election of a
chairman; a cleric may be named if necessary.
Tlio chairman elcoted in empower,
od to administer oaths to the other Managers
and clerk.
The Managers have the power to Hlj
any vacancy, and if none of tlie managars
attend, tho citi/.cns emi appoint
vf Managers from among the qualified voters,
who, after being sworn, can conJ
duct the election .
At tho close of tho clcctiou the Managers
must proceed publicly to open the
ballot boxcH and count tho ballots therein,
aud continue without adjournment
until tbo snmo is completed, nud make u
statement of tbo rosult thereof nud sign
tbo name.
Withiu threo days thereafter, tho
Chairman of the beard, or Home one
designated by the board, must delivor to
\ "ttie Commissioners of Federal Elections
the poll licit, tho boxes containing tho
' bollots, and signed statements of the re
suit of the election.
T * One of tho managers of the election at
? each of tho nbovo named precincts are
heroby instructed to call at Pickens C.
H., salesdny in November next, tho 7th
dny, for boxes, instructions, tickets aud
tho registration books.
W. T. Bowen.
J. E. Foster,
C. E. Robinson,
Commissioners Feilorul Election.
Citation Notice.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, I
County of Piokons. S
By J. B. Nowberry Esquire, Probate
Th.1N?
.? uugti.
Whkkras, J. K. Lathem aud 15. A.
Morgan made unit to mo to grant them
Letters of Administration of tho Estate
of and effects of Mrs. N. E. Morgan, dei
ceased.
L 4 Thrbk auk TitKltKi-oiti: to cite and admortlAtr
all, and singular the kindred and
" creditors ol, tho mid Mrs. N. E. Morgan,
deceased, that they bo and appear before
me, in tho Court of l'robatc, to bo held ,
at PiokonB Court House, 8. 0., on tho |
oj .1 %t et ' ?
mt fiiuy oi iiov,, i;mm, mier pulinealion
hereof, lit 11 o'clock in tlio forenoon, to
shew oause, if nny tlioy Imvo, why the
stud Administration sltouhl not In; granted.
GivEN under my hand and seal, tliis
18th day of Oct., 1904, in the 129th year
of our Independence. J. 1$. Nowbory,
J. P. P. U.
Sheriff's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
County of Pickens. i
Garoy Piokens, ot al, Plaintiffs
vs.
Alice Smith, Defendont.
PURSUANT to an order for R*lo in tho
* above stated caso, tnado by lion. J.
G. Khigh, presiding jiulgo, on the 'i-'Ul
Alaroh, 1804, I will boII lo tho highest
bidder, at PiokoiiH C. If., on Holiday in
November, 190-J, tho following described
real est/ /o^o wit:
All that pifico, paroel or traot of laud
in Piokens county, on Gregory's Croek,
adjoining lands of .T. E. GilleBpio, V. H.
Mndlin, J. 11. Brown, and others con
utiuiag uuriy ton; norps, moro or'less.
TerrnH?Canh. J. II. G. MoDanio),
12th Oct, 1904. Shoriff IVkouH (J
Nntlc? of Vlnnl
I will apply to J. li. Nuwbery, Tro
bate Judge, on tho 15th <lny of November
1904, for a Anal bo' Moment of th?
<v>tato -of Henry E. IlnrriH, doooaBod, and
ask to be di?ir>ifl#ed an Administratrix.
Addie It. Anwcl,
Ooi. 18-w4. Administratrix.
]
The Dixie Clothing: House.
Full of New Seasonable Goods!
I liuvo just returned from market with a larger and better selected stock of
Clothing, Gent's Furnishing!: Underwear, Hats, Shoes. Ms, Etc.,
tbau ever bofo;e. My room is too small to bold thorn, smd as they must be paid
or, I will sell them at ami below oost. This ought to oauso you to buy whether
you ueed tho goods or not. Theso goods were bought right, and I guarantee tho
price to bo right. Your mouey b ink if you arc not satisfied, for I guarantee each
and every sale. Come to 1 he Dixio 13arg in House before you go elsewhere oud
you can fuvo your dollars. . R? member a dollar s ,ved is a dollar made. Theso
ornods must Iih hoKI 1>v luf <.f .Toim.n-w n??.i 1 I.*?. .? n? ? 1
o J ??? ?? * viib Liiu in iun y\ny nuwu ho fth lo
rush thorn off. Yoiuh for a trade,
LOUIS COPEL, - - - PROPRIETOR.
Between llio Post OIHee and Pie,kens Drug Co's Store.
A Great Opportunity to Buy Real Estate
4 AT A LOW PRICE <?
If You Don't take Advantage of it NOW
277 Huron within 8 miles of Six Mil<> ehu eh, 70 acres in cultivation
balance in original forest. Finn tmilnr. Framy tvnant dwellings ani?
jnoniy ui water. Terms to suit purouaser.
Old School House and ono aero of land. ]5ost location for dwelling
in town. For a vmy small amount tins can be mado a ^ood 0-room
liouse. Price $1,000.
One aero lot with good f> room honpf on Easley utroet, town <>i
Pickens. rJ' 11is is a regular snap. Come at oneo before boiuo one else
?ots it.
J05 aero8 good land in Crow Creek section. $<>(>(). Come lot us
show you this.
J. D. HOLDER & CO.
REAL ESTATE DEALEIIK.
')ftioe r?t Depot. Pickens, S. C.
NOW IS THE TIME T0~GET BARGAINS!
Don't" fnil In nip wllf?n \/r?ll VVfint- n n\;t1iinr>- in
Jw"
Dry , Shoes, rlats, Caic,
Checks, Pants, Cotonades, Cuffs,
Collars, Gent's Shirts.
Also a lot of fruit jars, extra capps and rubbers at
v jBargnin Prices.
BALLAD'S OBELISK FLOUR, nothing better made, at
the right price, and a thousand other things useful in the house
and on the larni at prices that will interest the trading public
from now until Septemper ist, 1904.
J. P. IIAlililS,
THE CASII MKHC1IAMT,
Pickens, 8. C.
f >J ' W ^ -w' 1 / X 1 w n-m A
mm uATisi
1,000 bushels West em lied Uust 1'rol' Seed Oats. They nre hard
to |^et tlii? year and if you expect to sow (lie ivd rust proof, hotter buy
now. I have a small lot of good green collet* at 10H? lor $1.00. Every
body knowd coffee has boon going u|? for some time. I could not put
this eoll'ee in th? house at this pijee it I bought on tho present market.
1 have a w ry lino blended ci Hoc, mocha and java, at 25c. Your
money hack if not delighted.
A lew <lo/.?n fruit Jars left over. Thoy go at your own priee.
1 want at l.r?c. and chickens at tho lop. market |>ric*> in ca.sb.
Yours (or a trade, always.
T. D. KARRIS.
[am&m MM mmmmnKmmBmxM TrniMtGajmsaam a raraaa/^??ga?aii?
SIM)KS n?.Jn 0 FinMftni SHOES
thai' Hnrp at 13 n . s
WE SELL. 1 IlUIJ Uv I ill uli I Wear Well
I Oft 80UTII MAIN ST. <i IMC? N VI1XE, S. C.
I Aini wish to inform the t/oocl people of Pick- I
\ \ (ins that when tlu:y visit ! ireenville they
will find us headquarters for Shoes. Our stock
is very complete. It embraces Shoes for every
purpose. For the fastidious dresser, we
have the latest lasts and leathers. For the
business man or woman, we liave combinations
for wear and comfort. Iror the children,
we have "STEEL SHOD," and many
other kinds that will stand wear and tear.
< J I? I Z K N V S 1^1. \Z ' S
?'i UP-TO-DATE I 1
nm- i?line mop
Look Well jOllUJj UlUHD|?'IT Wi::,L. |
Tlld'TTV n n 1 VI Til I VTPI I I, MAS KM
A ARTICULAR X ItliM I LiN IJ P, IOPLE.
THAT'S THE KIND WE DO.
jSSSt 5|| & (<
flU , : & ''' *' ' . rS .
'fv ' S \ ;M/V* ?\Y ' ^ 7. ' > * ' ' ' fcV
$ THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. |
( Strongest Surplus \ I
) In Tho U/nrM C--r<? '
? mmm m l>V TT IVI <j) i O^UUU^UUU / j
I /^\ Wouldn't You Like to bo Sure c !
\ / \ \ (>f a siiub ?uin of rowdy (roMi twenty years from now? C l(
f \/MtS \ -H.st when vou w?i.:t to bi<Kln totakotliliiKHi-uKy and enjoy life? f [
S I \W(F^O 1 l?lfe Assurance i> the best provision for an independent old a?(e f
J I I It is also immcdiatoiprovlslon for tuMuess mid family inter- V >
N \ rl*i?\/ e.sts, if you should die- ? '
f Tlicn why not tiiku out a policy in f
S The Equitable Life Assurance Socicty? i
\ W. H. JOHNSON, Agent, ?
r " PICKENS, S. C. ) I
r Office at Pickens Drug Co. v ) r
^a'*? Insure your Mouse. IJurn and (iin Mouse a^ulnst fire. ^ !
1
R! G H T' lEEEEEEr- i
IN EVMRY PARTICULAR. \
The Suit or Overcoat you buy here fits you i
,?>rr,.Ptiw ......I 1?1.? '...11 ---
n,v-u^ anvt iwuiv> wen i u maitcr in wnai
position you stand or sit. .
Our clothing is made to \ t n as they are,
not as they might be. II it does not lit at first ;
.ve alter it until it does lit.
Everything latest in style, of tin; most worthy ;
fabrics ;.nd tailored in the most perfect manner.
L. ROTHSCHILD ;
GREENVILLE, .... S. C.
;
| Discount Sale!11
(( For the next thirty clays at one third less than VS
/) tlie regular price the following is offered l)y us: // j
^ One hundred and eighty men's suits in l\mcy [
^ Worsted and Cheviots cut in regular stouts and Vj >
! leans. Sizes 34 to 42. !;
Sixty-eight young men's suits, age 1 6 to 20 |
years. Two hundred and eighteen boys knee V) \
pants, suits sizes S to 16 years. & c
Sixty childrens suits, age 3 10 S years.
/Ml Straw hats at halt" price, except Panamas, \ r
and all Panamas at $5, these were $6. and $8. jl [:
These goods are from the best manufactures P.'
and one-third olt the market: price means to vf-Jj j
clothing buyers very cheap goods. V4 ?
No alterations paid for by us on these cut price
suits, and the terms on them is strictly rush.
dT Yours truly %S
/ Smith &. Br'istow, I;
ff LKA'.H.NU (.XOTfUUiK. )) '
v* Greenville, S. (J.
OUR ROOMS ARE ALL FULL!
I rrrm ttttttt rrt!~"r~r~7"'. * -m~
...iNjtb, iNfcW UUUUS OH ALL KINDS...
And wc invite all to come ami look through f j
our varied stock. Your trade is always ap- 1
predated, and we. think we lu.ve "ood val- ,,
's< vies to ollrr. Kverythin^ i-i cheap enough
this season, and we will take pleasure in '
giving you KVTHRY A DV ANTAGIi. ;
Clothing, Dry (jooris, < S OCi Ties, Fsiriiiiiinv, & Stoves.
Crockury, tin, ami ngut" wim llais, f.ijs, shoes
and rubbers. l''ii?? Klonr, Syruj.*, (' < tV??os ?<n l Sc; ar
All kinds of Hoiim; km-mri? simii . -j i i << n r nnn! .i.n. >t-i
I ?> II" ? I and
ImiMnii; material. Smldli-B, lunm " ., rollnr*, 1 >ruii .
iinri I,eut.hor.
Best Line of Lap Kobes ami Levins fryer Offered.
Please pay vis promptly this fall, on notes as well as
accounts. We appreciate, a prompt settlement, and
we don't forget it.
!W. Ta McFAL L J
) F A L L G (A?J?_sj -11-:
V QUR entire stock of GUM KRAI, MKRCIIANDISK J v
ff has been replenished, and our stock of Fall Goods ji'
'w is now on our shelves ready for your inspection. Hie &
h prices are so low and the quality so high that you $
^ can't resist buying. :::::::::::: ^ j"
\ DRY OOODS, NOTIONS, SlIOKS, jg> h
M ?Everything Iresh, and the hest the market affords? 1\
M Now is a good time to buy your fall an 1 wit - & t
^ ter stock of Shoes. Anything you want from & i>'
% the $i.00 brogan to the $4.00 dress shoe, ami ^
ff every shoe guaranteed. jfi
1 COUNTRY l'RODUC li W A N T \i 1 >. f[ |
j LANCSTON & NEALV / I
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, , ? ,, ,, .. ,
J W. T. McFALL, J. Mcl). BRUCK, m
ty I'i'OKidciit bushier. m <
? PICKENS BANK, (
fiUFt&LSViSj, S- C.
C CAPITAL - S 20,500.00 S
f PROFITS - - 11,000.00 J #>
^ DEPOSITS - - - 1QS,000.00 %
| WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS \
| MAKE LOANS TO FARMERS. C j
Si By Careful and constant work the business of this
ft Hank largely increases every year. g
u We solicit your business and will extenu to you ^ ' / T
L every reasonable accomodation. 3
j Watches & Jewelry? I
rUOSQACBUe CHUtfKB
W o have purchased a complete line of watches I
A ami jewelry, and the prices are as cheap as can be
S bought anywhere. Below we inve. a few articles:
WATCHES?S1LVKR AND GOLD.
WATCI1 CI I \I\S LADILS' AND GKNTS'
| WATCI I CI 1 ARMS?ALL DESIGNS,
| KMBLLMS OF K. 01 P., \V. O. W. AND MASONIC. j
| TABLE _CUTLERY. |
H\tra i^xxi bone handle table cutlcry from 50c ||
ij to > 1.75 per set. Silver cutlcry from $3.50 to $6.50
II per si-1.
We have a complete line o( rings, broaches,
$ scarf pins, collar buttons, etc.
W e arc agent. for the "Perfection Combined Oil
jl Stove, Heater and Lamp" and the "Perfection Blue
[! Fi ime Oil Stove." The most complete thing within i
l< itself ever put on the market
yi 1 .
;; .\ complete line ol rubber toys for the; children
already arrived.
\ SCHOOL 5U? ! ES. . &
Pens and pencils. A complete line of stationary 9
and tablets. A nice lresh line of cakes, crackers,
jj candies and canned oood ; always on hand. We ra
.i keep at all times a nice selection of dishes and crock- u
$ erywarc. . Call and inspect my line.
# sa* jmi ?? -
I Itfllrs. K. L? Gureton.
:'ft^r-rr'T - - ~--^Tr*rf,"r"'"',ff?r] Tr" '"Tiir~T-rrrrT^HffirwMm?,TniB,WMByiwi
Treasiiiier's Notice. ...
-/['.VIM OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
County of Pickuns. |
Oin.A: < t County Treasurer, Pickens County, S. C.
l'ickens, S. C., September 24th, 1904.
THK TRLASURKR/S Ol-TICK WILL BL OPEN I'ROM
SATURDAY. OCTOBER i -,t!i UNTIL SATURDAY,
1 )KC'\M1U\R, 31st, 1904, WITHOUT PENALTY.
i he Rate of State, County, School and Special Tax, Including
One 1 )>!!nr Poll i ax ami ()ih; Dollar Commutation Roacl
Tax.
In in* .11.i ;m'i' with mi Ac; 1 :i 1 . ii;?;:lii-.M fm |!>?? lli?r?l year foinmeneibft
I 1111111 va\ . 1 < ?l 1.?- i. ! i'\ .jivcii Hint I li" nlVicti ol'('i>nnty'! 1 invr of
logons i omiiv 11; "(> ;i I li<1 unlicflli'll 'I luxes Vf H III Ii c o- from
; iii*i:- i? v,i>?>' <>Im:k . ..ii. l.ntii nu:usivvY, oiicK.Mur.K : ?i .r. n?tc?
u?r ccnt. i.it in\ ili<>n aro ?s i??'.!? \% -.
Ii \\ For 'Stat :'ii\ <r> Mills.
" " Oil Ml:il V (.'Dtllily lux :l, "
" " Coll-'II I, I KHIi I (Si'liooi lilV <1 '*
I' is! J iid. ..cri.H'SS 1' "
" ' Support ii:11 ! I in of (_' > ivicts l| "
" ' * Siiiliinfr I-'uiul - I"
" " Vi.r Ki'hniUiii)^ hrioj^on 1 "
" " 1'or I 'us itiinsii"^ liux i iirl's Bmlgu "
Total Ifvy f i Slat' aial C'outily Taxis - 17; Mills.
Tii-w in ii.Ii i -1 oi. I'irliou II. 15. bonds, I'icUeiis II. Township, milln.
1 ji?v ,* t<ii iuli'ii*-' oi: I':ckiaiii{ K. !t. I "ii'is, I! un irano Tow'..ship, nulls.
l,r\v lot int- n?sl on I'ffkiMis K. II. Iioinl , Iiastat >n To\vnnliip, mills.
S|"ci:il I.'-vv I" ?r Sol>ool District No. X 2 Mills,
( ? ? 4 4 4 4 4 II ? ) ,J 4 4
.4 44 < 4. J,) Jl 4.
44 ? 4 4 . 4 4 . II I | l"| 4 4
I i
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I ? 14 J # I i> i '
II '4 4? 14 .4 .4 |jj I) ?I
tt 4 *4 it .4 ll J 4) > 41
(4 4 . I I 4 |( i v J tj 4 4
tt tt tl 44 It 44 '?!(*? * <
| ) .
t t 4 . 4 1 4( II 4 4 j ?) t> 4 4
" r?r> ;$ "
A I'ol! Tux nf Onn !)<?ll:ir poi'ca|?iln on nil iimIh < botwoon tho n^os < f
I ami (10.?oars, < xwpl iiic'i i's arc oxcinpl l?y law, will l?o oollocti'd.
,\ i it.mil1 if>11 !l" il Tax of One Doll r will l>o collortid ?i tlio Hanio tinio pm
iIIiit ifr 'in all inulo fiii/.cns In- wi n tin? ii'/os of J,S and 50.youi'*, oxo.opt HUfllt
s am i'XO:npii <1 Iiy law. I n li .-s said t x is paid li.y tlioOlatof .Doc, 1001, eight
.. i u it > ?. I I ? . ? . I l'i' . 11 I?" ' - ~ 1 i- *
,.j.. .....? iij/. I. in.i i> i< iii^invnjr.i ?ui tci|iiiM'ii uuuor a oonirac.ior.
Taxes aso p ivatdo o ily in g >l?l ami *iivoi tin, I/nitul States currency, Naional
ISauk NoIch tu-il coupons of iSlnti' lioiXiH hicii l?cconjo payable (luring tbo
wy iom.
I'avtio.ti ili'wiviin; for'ualion l>,v mail m ro;;iUtl to tlioir taxo.1 will plunso stato
ii" location <'f tlmir pvop< i ty. u> <1 inelnile podur for a reply, and those paying
ivoh l>\ olu'-k must iiKMiilf tin' emu-gen f??r eollcoting.
n. "vsr.
Sept. 15, li)0'l.'?l. Tr. aanrorer of PiokonH County.
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BEFORE YOU. COME TO PICKENS
look at Hi is pajMT and see tvluil tlays
TiV T ?TY TA VI
rv u. ,/v 1
v~ The photographer |
Will he in town and bring your folks and have some, q>
perfect LI I E LIKE PHOTOGRAPHS made.
FA lORY WEDNESDAY.
I0li If $:|

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