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MORGAN SAYS HOLD YOUR COTTON.
Fertilizcr Notes Will be Extended and
Presidlnt E . T. Morgan, of the
Virgii a (1rolion-Chemical com.
paIny, ials writic I ill Opu lettor to
all diVisOn sni imnageilaers, evi
denci ig the keen Ilind IMI)Stubttial
in terest flt in that orgaI izationl ill
the wel fa rC af th fariwrs and rmer
chants of th Boath. The letter in
The treasureir of' thi8 company is
having so many requests to (exi
the notes of son.0 of our customaers
and patroni, who havo not finished
paying their bilk and who desire
to hold thleir coto-:atmg that,
tiey Ill lLher) ihl y will gt more for
the colton lauer nil, that Ibis con
pany has conclude,1 to issui) a%
gonerail lettr -i on the sulbj -e as
Aiiy farmer or merchait w ho
may b owing your division imonwy
and who has cotton whici lie de
sires to hold, you are at liberty to
entend his note for him for six
mon ths frorL, January 1, With inter
eat it the rate of 6 por cent anninl,
provided he will dl(posit sufliciein
cotton to pay the note in any roli
able warehouse, and vill turin
ovor to you warehouso recoipts for
same. You are authorized to pay
the 111811rale oil said col ton and
mnaike no chargo againlst your cus
tomer for this item.
We do not pietend to offor ad
vice to our customers to hold cotton
but wo do intend to offer them
every facility aid accommodation
in our power to hold their Cotton
if in their good judgement it is best.
Whatever inures to tho honofit ol
the agricultural (lassos I I 1he
South is to onr benelit. : our inter
eats fire idon t ical wi th theirs. We
are ore' closely an11d intimately
connected with the cotton growersCI
of the South than any dlozenl coin
corns comnbinied . They are' ouri
custoimr8 ill 111heii Ic0038 U f t'icr
tilizers5 and we areo Lhior Culstomehrs
in the purchiaso of cotton seed. We
both soil and buy of t hemu an d deal
in eory cotton growing
from Virgiial to T1ext . Thero
fore, anything thwl mrv
the agricn (ondtions or hell
t armermust necessarily bone
EIVfit us,4 and it holding their cotton
. will bo a benolit to them, it is on]
de-sir3 to aid themii in this as hai
as we can,
Other farm'I priodulcts asiidol fron
Cotton aLpear tAo uls so be sellinlg a
wvould bef wis) in till) fairmers 1<
prodlucts, whtlichi~'Ll woubt mte r jil'
aid them in holdin1g thejir cot ton
Wo also are of the opin ion tha
tihe acreage last year devot ed . i
cotton was too) large and tha
it liever coil d have bovni culi 'aton
In a normal iheason1. .Tiie goot
weather during the iapring onabillei
the farmers to cultivato) every aci
thley lainted: coil~natly the trol
mndnous big Cr'op this ye-ar. As
ordinarily it wou0ld1( he Iimpjossibl'
to cultivate suchl an enormon:
acronge, we believe it would bE
wviso in them this y ear to materiall1y
decrease the aereage If it was de.
Creasedl ten per cent it would meatl
a reduction of more that. a millioi
bales next year, even if the crn
yielded as much per' acre as it doe
It strik8 u s that wh:.t the farmea
wants is to make his cotton att thl
l owes possible cost. Thol( priofi
derived .fr.>m growing cotton is ne
so much the price of cotton as the
cost at whuich the crop has bet
grown. Mule; and hiorses arE
much; higher than a feiw years ago
the price of farm labor is high ant~
* t is scarce. Therefore every acrc
cultivated meoai.s a largoe expenudi
ture. It costa more to cultivate
a *creof la dI W<i win
1 .t o irinera as th<
naking of pricos onl their products
and, the farmers themselves mues
stand to iti and make it a recognlized
e ~~ Ature of comm~erco.
F~armeors are not stupid. It is libel
b o all themn so, but their life-long
'0enlissionj to the speculators system)
detc winhg has led their exploit
95 PAG E
Farmers for the
be of Be0nofit to our Roaders Will be
this Page. Articles aro to bo
i Farm'ng or 'arm Li e.
THOUGHTS FOR FARMERS.
PHiAlRATION FOR coTI roN.
The I)rogre.bive, earn st farmor
is now planiirg for tho ixl. crop.
[fo i as markcd ou t the bo:mdaries
'1- e)ch teaitint and ealcl spCcial
crop. As soon as the last boll of
cottin is picked the work of prop.
a ration should begin for nixt year.
Ilere is one plan: A farumer said
;Alst week that he was goin:g to lay
41ty his ootton h-1nd wv.,1h a1 midd(fe
buter (rwii n hy two imules. There
V41r,0 P103ool clouse to lhe field
Ile proposed 6o haul theu, in and
,istrilsbuto lhberi lv in this furrow
By throwing a i l t covering of
dirt, on11 these n.ed14-s theIr would
,e ready to supply lannt fool in
tli Carly sHulm-r. To this )
Wou)1l,1 add 4300 or -W.0 p1-unds o)
fertilizer, )orpectiig !. 3at.e. ahab>
of cot!oni to 11he aero ot this I.nid.
If one( is ging to plant cotiton land
in cottoni again, ru out the midfdle
with a long, 1arrow bhiovel, beok
ing tho hard pan, if a second fur
row is required to (o tho work
well. Then take the miit(dle bus
ter and ruitn under the stalks. The
free'zes of winter will pulverizo the
ridgos between the furrov. The
clay broken up by the plows will
bo incorporated with the soil and
increaso its depth and plant food.
Every suitable day from this date
on to tho first of March should he
used for sub soiling and ihorough
preparation of land for the noxt
U1.1E34s FA R MI MP.CM NTS.
It was tol(l of a farmer im this
State years ago that he had his
ain and fence erners fil!od with
farluing inploments that he Could
int. useC. Several yeas aI an oily
torgied agent woOnt (hrough a por
tionl of this couinty and sold about
a dozen t(idiiig cultivatorti suiWlable
for tevel 13and(. Not one( of them3
was over used here. Anl igant f oy
a feune.-making ma~fchin hrfe
n)otosam )1tuntin~mg to , vera1lhuntdred
dollarIs for (ow ish ip rights. Not
a rod of te .co wus made by3 the
n l is. Farm'iiers aire often de
coeivod by adv1\ertisemfents and
agents . They buy imp~(lments thait
do0 t suit their farms. It. is ii
goodl plani to look with iluspiclir
on) any necw uilement01 sold0 oul th
istallment01 plan113. The11 farmici
should coinsidetr his 110oi.-power
-I ( the natur ofP0 his land11( ( malie sj)4
ciail CRops4 t he~ risesi andi Obuy such
tonls only3 as5 he n(eds. But hie
shul d neer I l(1O1 ecnmiz inI buly in
I acessaryI) imlemen13ts', andt hie
s hlIioul ei nays haive a fer Suill
boca,~Ph~ plow 1,'lo stocks am 1>411)1,
.) >in ts. If hoe is thu pitSrovidedLl
t broaltinog <.f something w ill cau.-o
the loss o1 f it tie t imoe.
Tu'lla' (IAlt1CN F'Oit .JANUAI(Y.
A \.'tenud to the Iliuning of grape
isJ done4 thme be4tter. Set'out. Othib
vinos no0w if morule areC needed
T'he straw b..rr.y be)od neeods cul tivat
ing anid miulehinug. A sprinfk ling
of wood ialhes will beC help1ul . I
malhy 1be too wet aniud cold1 to .worn
gardenI sotil, buit scatt~or maniur(
li ber'ally broadenst and breakc 01
I f the soil tcomes quite nard afte,
heavy rainse, cuover with hj l r'ottet(
pine nelOells andi plow in. Tb<
s early and hardy varieties oif Eugi sl
peas shol be11 ) planted 1(s Moon) a1
r ossible. T1he winkilled peas an1
(uite tenider and mfaty be pilanhte<
ater. Letttucoi, sp)inneh .1d( muls,
talid 5(eed may ha sowni or p)lametc
in rows Lthis month. Sipinach it
growing in favor every a car, ami
is hiandty to have in the scarce dayt
of early spring. Cabbage may be
planted now for an early crop
TIhiey will come onu early if planted
inI a cold fra-mie. Some14 gardlenelre
p~refer to plan1)t Irish pota toes inik
mionith. T[hey cover them four to
%N f Ib8 yOunge dirt
tohnt got his ph otos taken.>. A
yolung m~ani, anud hav y 3our .Plablo.
Air. Rober t Jonies ol this ~e
visitedl in Chiarl >tte N .
weeok. Jim Rack-oI~I
Bears theo Thi IaId '*"Hnis8
Bigsature j '~kIn
Growing of Early Cabbage.
Tho writer of this article is the
originator of the calbbag. growing
industry on the Carolina Coast. I
grew my first cabbage for market
in the tho year 1868, from a begin
ing of one-ha!f acro, the busi
116)5s hi iinresd iitil it the pre
o.vnt I time there a'- over d,000 tc
r.-i of eahline growin each sFason
in I hisi torri tory. To grow a silc
eCU4-sfil eOl t hb first at d 11.1o.t i -
p.arta:t is to.secui plaints that arv
growi fromn ligig gratdo istjd, and
110 ailei.1t. of care, fertilizor or cuil
tivation cai mak a good crop, if
the, plans uis. are gr.>wi from inl
ferior iseod. Youi cevnn.t. judge
from tho appearanco of the plant,
as all youtng cabbago plants look
the same. Your safest plan is to
purchase your plants fiom a re
sponsiblo dal.-r wL ho has been in
the buil nessi a long time, and who
1i1is an $ma lid reputatio.
Ti i.'tter el tss of seed growers
s i I i he*r st< ek vr y co roful ly, ro
imoving froi the field al1 I headS Of
cabbage ti t i-ro not perfect. Fomo
seasons they Lave to cut out two.
thirds of thecir platkts and do not
sivo thi:i seoed from more than
on-third. Seed selected ,in tbis
waly cost from $2.50 to 300 per
pouAnd. Other seed growers allow
t'-.en- entire crop of cabbage to
mai fke leed d1o no'j tS tiiy care il
t., selwctioni of meed groin. Tiese
8e(ed will cost you from d0 to G0
cents por pound . Th cost of tho
soed is two thirds of the coit of
g rowing cabbago plants, so you cani
re(adidy uindrstand why a plant
grower who) pays $2-50 to $3.00 for
his seCd 1cannLot soil you Aan ts a
cheap as the grower who buys in
ferior seed at 40 to 60 cents per
dounid. My tlirty-six yoars ex
periinco lias proved to me, that it
would pay mIfe better to use high
grado seed at cost of $1.00 per
pound, than to . use inferior if I
could get them fr-o. h'loso who
do nt maltko a regular busineis' of
growing cabbage have been in the
hialbit Oi So tting out their )l vcs' I I
the m(1onith Of F'ebruar.ani March,
thinking that the fflits do not live
if set earlier Aff Ule winter- This
is a ilisuio ais i plaut sut in Dec
embyr or January under the proper
feThditions will live just as well
and1( he~ad much earlier. The fol
lowing intst ructions will give the
proper method of setting. Th'Ie
South Carolina sea coast, on ac
count of locality, and climatic con
dlitins is admirably aidapjte~i to the
growing of hardy open air plauts.
The plant, growvere sow their seed
in the open fiolds in the lato f-.iI
Iiomt Oc tobr 20th to November
5t h, these, seed germinate quick ly
nd make a v'ery rapid1 growth for
about a coule of0 wooks, by this
ime the inighita? start to get cold1.
T'he growth of the phintIs is check
ed, and uuallhy abl out, Doeomber
Ist4 to 10thh ouri freeziAng veat her
hegin is, wVhenl 'he pilan te ~t op grow
uag entirey ThI re cJIld ye~it her
uns caused it to becomei tough and
hard, it is now in a dormant, con
ditin and wid remiainl iin this con,
ditioni until the hitter part of eb
ruiary or unit'E ibi spruing wveathe;
(open1( up. \, hiilQ ini thiis cond1i
tion they5 p'a is will staniid cold~
wvithout injury). I hv., boon miy
planits (covei -d w (ihI iice an sleet
for severa Iys, w ih th le ther
inomeitei dowJ to 1$ anld nout he in
jured att all, while~ the 8(amo1 plaint.
if they hiaud ben mn a thrifty grow
ing conidnionl atnd full of jap woul d
ha~ive been'i (-ileld by a heav'y freezo
or a slight Ifr- si. To a void the dau
ger of losing your pla nts~ you niam
to buy thiemi while theliy iie dra
manit., the 0iisoner you dIs ti af ttter
Docemb ter 15:Ih t.e bttrci.
I I you havc it, select ai pioeo of
d (ark, mledI.1in0ly low, well d rainii d
land, br.-ak it up as thorounghly as
you en the puly orize well w itli a
good ciod br5 a k0T or liirrow. Iay
off your rows eaust and west, 30 in(
(hos apart, with at buill-Longgued
plow~. lll.ke up your bed1 by
hrowiung two furrows together
wvi th a sing'e hoi~rsei tun pl ow.
Tarke youri 1plant s andc~ set 20 inches
rtpart on the. south side (of tlihebed,
far inough downi, thd tfIhe topl of
the bod will be iabove t ho plan t,
thiis isi douno to keep thle inorth and
northwest winds from twist ing and
breakinig the a niall plantits. Be
sure to set the plants well down in
the soil, and see that the entiroi
stemi is upi to the first ieaves in the
ground. The earthI should b( e well
packed aroundI th~e plant, it s~hould
be' packed so firm, that if you take
your plant by theo leaf and pull the
leaves would pu1)1ll reaik (ft' befoe
the plant would pull1 out. It isutn
derstnod that yon hiaynonnd nlaiita
that are in a dorinut coliditioii.
Theme plantp sh'ould i o, be forci.
ized at all, until about two woks
before the regular tpring weather
DI)Ous up. Tho top of the plants
will not gro? during the winter,
but the ros will be growitig all
;he time. About the midd-e or last
:f February-or say two woeka be,
ore your rogular spring weather
tarts, take a turi low, or a half
lovul, intd throw a furrow awa
'rom the plits ill #wouh alteriate
uw ran t,1 furrow close to th
,Ia.t, suw inl this furrow fertilizer
6L tho ratt.-> of 1,000 potinds t') the
L.ro. This fertilizer aiould anll
yze 8 per ceit phosphorio acid, 7
).r cent ammoiatI, ald 5 per Cet
>Otash. A Ntor 3 hve plitV I.)uL dowu
he furtiliz.o, dhrow the furrow
>ack, with tii.. e plo.v, be wuro
i. work the dirt weli up ar.und
,he plant. Ab, two wess after
Phis fortilizing g> in to tili furrow
hat Was niot worke'd before anid
10 the sameo t hiog then keop the
Olleys wel:1 clivtsed, uigfor.
'his purpse a cultivator or dit
mond toothodliar ow. You want
to kccep the land from tils time on
well cultivated and as uc:1 opened
as posiible, so that tle sui and air
e-u get in auid wtirm Ole soil. Tihe
cabbago ro ts taint have beon grow.
iig all winter ari* noi w roL.n- g and
will take up the fortiliz r rnpidlv,
nU(d the planls will grow much
aster, antd make you a head of
c(Itbbag t w.> or three wo1ki sou.r
tIan it you had set. the plants out.
in "ebru a ry or March, This ar
tick applies to the growing of cal)
b:tgC inl Virg'iiax, North andI South
Carolina, lGourgia and all ih G]ulf
Suits. Di hot forget that the sue.
cess or failure of the whole crop
dop,.nuds on your getting good
pIlAts fand reliable seed. For this
riason you should buy your plants
from it reiponsible grower who
hais been inl busiless a long,.t"i i
and has an establishedA -reputation
' W. C. GENTRY,
Young's Isiand, S. C.
Do Not SupprleSS a Cough.
Whou you havet acouah do not try (c
suppress it, but removc the cauio. T!tc
cough in only a sympton of some dio
Case, 11n1d th disease is what you shi ouhl
cure, then the cougu will stop of itself
The most Common caluls of coughinug is
a cold Anodynes will promptly sup
press5 the' ctaugh, andc prepa:ratious con
tainmug obloforta, opium etc. , are utsed
for thait li'prpso, buit: they do0 not ecurt
thme col. Uhumb-al r' ins Cough Rkieet
on thio othier hanud does not suppress thei
coug;h, hut relieves it by remnoving froni
the tihroa~t antd hu:g~s the~ mutcus w hiel
oblstru'icted the~ breathini g anid lhiy iun
theic irri tation~ and tikl in g I th ~e thIiro;t
1.t also opn thme secrtiois ami~ (fI'uC
tun!ly u .1 permanentitly eures the cold1 1
wtell as thle cough. For Sanlo by, P.ickemi
D)rug Store. Eariles Drug Storne.
I wilt be in my oilice Tuosday
and Fr'iday of each week to ille
ch lis, bu ou ilonrf)by w h01 wt
haO itU,lnd do antllChng els I cant
nmeb8 in t.he Olline Do 1.ot (Comei
anty other dlay . U. M. Lyichi,
jilla 11 tuperv isor.
as IN . AgeVete
816 Wells Street.
816 WVells Street,
M A mh trET, WYrs., Seplt. 25, 1908.
* I was all run downa from nerv'ous
-nean and( overwork antd had1 toresign
Smy position1 and take at rest. I
-found that I was not gaining my
strenigth and health as fnst as I .
could wishm, andl as your Wine of
Cardui was recouunended as such a
good medicine for the ills of our
sex, I bought, a bottle and began
using it.1I was sat idied with the
results from the use of thme first
bot tle, and took throe more and then
.found I was restored to good headlh
andit strentgth and~ able to take up
my work wvith renewedl vigor. I
eenisider iit a lino tonic and excellent
for worn-out, nervous condition,
and anm phased to endorse it.
Heo'y, North w isconsin Hohland society.
Secur~o a $1.00 bottle of Wine of
Cardui and a '25c. package of
Thedford's Black-Draught today.
WINE OF CARDUI
Notice is hereby' giv n that th<
health of the people oif this COnniit
is in imineunt dantgi r' anhd mnust b<
taken care of. It huas been decidta
that every preenutiont be taken' t<
preventI prolongad casos of pneumo111
nin, grippe, eta. The best t hin t<
do is to give a good cougha mix tir,
als F4oon as 'he o "igh stral-s. Go
TIar. Onmly 253c. a I).1 'o
A t all dru1ggiets.
YOU GBT UP
WITH A LAMlE BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes You MiserAble,
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
the great kidney, liver
and oladdcr remedy.
It is the great medi
cal triumph of the nine
tcenth century; dis
covered after years of
cientific rcsearch by
-n -Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent hidney and blad
deri specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kiducy. bladder, uric acid trou
bles and 3right's DIsense, which Is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kihmer's Swumnp.Root is not ree
omomcuded for cverything but if you havekid
ney, liver or bladd.r trouble it will be found
just the remc!y you.need. It has been tested
in so many waye, in hospital woi I, ia private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chane relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement hos
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and
send your address to ' ,
br. Kilmer & Co., Bing- 'i '
hamton, N. Y. The ' - "'
regular fifty cent and OnM of Rwaoosmp-noot.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton,
N. Y., on every bottle.
Notice to Pensioners.
All ol soldiers and widows \vho are
not now oil the Pension o!ll, an11d aro not
gotting an1y 1'p)nsioln, must make ipiea
tion before iiin diritip the mouth of Jan
uary, .1905. A fter that date .-1o alppliea
tion canl be made. I will be at the coni
hou-o oveiy day in January to accom
odaito them. All now diwirg pensionfs
need not applev. J1. 11. Nvwberry,
., 100 ImWARD) 81010.
The readers 4-f 1 lits pilwr will be
pleased to le.arn that, tier is at least, one
dreaded <Is iae t at z'cience h'ls been
able to cure in all its stages a nl thai i.
catarri. I1alls.i Catarrh tiire nto
ly positive eiur now' kglilgn It. the ilwd
ical fraternity. . Cenrib beeing a consti
tutionjat liiede, rvl'ires n cn.iitittion
al t-assithneat. I Hi- U t-werb Cure is
raken internally, aoting diruetly upon
the blood and mutic'us minrf:es of the
systemii, thereby destroyfing the founda
tion of I e odisease, and giving the pa
tient strength by building tp the con
stitution atnt.1d ISSiStilg un,1ture inl doilng
its work. The proprietors have so
iuch faith in its curative tiowers, that
they offor Ono Hundred Dollars for ar y
any case that it fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials.
Addr.'ss, F. J. Chen y & Co ,
Sol by al Druggi 'ts. Halls Family
Pills are thlbeat.
WVhen you've gmst a bad cough just
say "Murray's.'' II a dinugist gives
youl any)thin~g buit "Mutrra:y's Hore
biainnd, \I ullen an l'Tar" you're not
gelIling the bed anuid su''res~t cough
r'i~ee-l. M .ke him giv4, .ou Mur
11y'si. Act qu ;ick1(er anid you1 got a
Eviery dl~in 5I has i.
Schoo!. School. School.
T18 IBreYaIt Illl~la~fl S0o100l
funis~h~sbdding, I-we~ si-p, heat,
I lit, e~xele t boarn;d, mald wtell furnish
edl roo01 it $1.50 p -r w. i-k. iLaunidry'
cots noS i mone::, and tli on but $2.00 or
I sa' pier mih~I. U(la-rusi 00 ii- may of
forl r.,ie5 .s I,>w : i our'-, but few schoole
iv es mayoV o mintt e.-i hor those rr.i (s
a-; we do.
O)ur bor::e 'vw r.dh.; con'ain~s fifty
-ol w~tder. tm: i ** ln af, a nd shower'
hto \\n-ara I 'r.. .\l a 'o Societ.y) is
. i ou l:n I. e: , buti to elY -r a first
E. E. i1S4OP, Pin-.
Brevar'd, N. C.
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PI'Icens, S. U.
Blacksmithintg and Wo du'Oik,
Buggies Repaiinted1 antd striped same
All Work Guaranteed.
For Inifants and Children.
The Kind You Hays Always Bought
YoUe Heard About the "Early Bird?"
Well -It's Not Too Ear ly to Buy Your
New Fall Suit.
---Our line of
are now on display, and a
handsomer lot of goods has
never been shown by any
Unw n it. "ti~o Ohin K ibi leson
in Solid co:J , Or With uver.phlid
Browi Hats and Biowin Ties to
match your suit.
nmI th & Bristovv,
Greenville, S. C.
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your bets wax.
to sel I you your boef.
to buy and soll to ycu.
I did not come here and 1 am not
going to leave here. I pay yOiu cash
for all these things, an d you remem=
ber the old meat market.
J. . Moore.
IN EVERY PARTICULAR.
The Suit or Overcoat you buy here fits you
perfectly and looks wvell ino matter in ,what
position you stand or sit.
Our clothing is made to f.t .e-n as they r
not as they might b~e. If it does not fit at first
we alter it until it dloes fit.
Everything latest in style, of the most worthy
fabrics and tailored in the most per fect manner.
L ROT HSC HILD
GREENVILLE, - -- - - s. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
Office of' County' Treasurcr, Pickens County, S. C.
Pickens, S. C., September 14th, 1904.
THE TIREASURER'S OFFICE WILL BE OPEN FROM
SATURDAY, OCTOdER i15th UNTIL SATURIDAY,
DECEMBER, 31st, 1904, WITHOUT PENALTY.
I he Rate of State, County, School and Special Tax, Including.
One Dollar Poll Tax and One Dollar Commutation Road
In accordance wvithi an Act to raise supplies for the4 fiscal year comenci~g
Januiary 1, 1903, n~otico is hereby giv'en that thle officet of Countty Tr'easurer 6f
Pickens County will toren4 for the colle41 ofitd taxe for Xt n f. is ttIk your from
THIIURSDA Y', OOTo BER 15-rn, until THllURSD)AY-, DECE MBERI 31Sr. . ates
per~ cenit. of taixation) arel. as Iolows:
Levy For 8late 1'Tx - - -- - SMls
""Ordinary Conty tax - -
" (" ContitutlionaIlcool tax -
" " Spport and Hiro of Conviotr 1
" "' Sinking P~und - - - .
" "For Rlobnilding bridlgos1
""For Purchasing Havenci's Blridge
To~dle~ fo Fttc nd ouny Txes - - 175 Mills. .
*~ 44 4 44 41 " 4
44 4 44 * ~10 11
44 44 44 44 .- 4 11 3 4
44 " 44 ~ 135 5
44 ii 44 " 31 6i% '
at 42 2 "
44 4.~ '~49 2 "'
44 4 44 44 4 ~5563 "
A Poll Tax of One Dollar por capita on idll m 10 (itizAns b)at w(en the ages of
21 and 60 years, 'xce'pt such as are exempt by law, will be' collected.
A commutatiton Rond T1a~x of One Doll r will [b0 colleted'( at the same time es
other taxes from all maio eitizons bel ween the ages of 18 iand 50 years, except snch.
as are exempted by law. Unfoss said t4'x is paid by the 31st of Dee. 1904, eight
days work upon the public highwayd willbo required nder a contractor.
Taxes are payable only in gold antd silver coin, Uited States currency, Na
tional Bank Notes and ctJopon of State Bonds which become payable during the
Parties desiring information by mail in regard to their taxes will pleaao Wtato
the location of their propterty, andit inclado postage for ai reply, and those p 4i ing
taves by chock must inc'.dte the charges for collecting.
Sept. 15, 1903. Id. -Treagnrerer of Pickens (gouiy,