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in a radius of 100 miles.
IT will pay the people of the Piedmont sections to travel miles ir
Millinery and Shoes-the only genuine Dry Goods and Shoe I
to tell you all the complimentary things said to us on behalf of ou
are bound to be made in its praise before we are through. No in
full. We promised you that With the opellimg of this new store
any store in the Piedmont section. We promised to throw ever
For your patronage on the foundation of your own interest-no
dollars better off at the end of the season. Read today's list.
A great Ladies Tailor Suit i eparim
This is the only modern Ladies' Tailor Suit Depart
north of Columbia or Atlanta. The department is cor
equipped and elegantly iurnished and stocked with a i
cent stock of Suits, WTraps, Separate Skirts, Underskirtf
Come to Greenville for your clothes; no need to send
from home now.
The New Millinery Department
is actually worth a trip to Greenville to go through ouw
and millinery department. New and beautiful creati(
marvelously low prices.
An Umbrclla Bargain.
100 Ladies' Steel Rod Umbrellas, just the thing for
children, each 25 cents.
50 cents Gent's Umbrellas, Steel Rod, full size, at 35
We offer the very best Lonsdale Cambric, see bramn
yard 1 i cents.
The same thing without the brand, one cent pe
cheaper, the yard io cents.
Unmatchable Ribbon Bargains.
100 pieces Nos. 9 and 12 All-Silk Taffeta Ribbon, bes
ings, per yard 5 cents.
io pieces Nos. 40 and 6o All-Silk Taffeta Ribbon,
ors, special io cents per yard.
Comie to Gn
J. T HOS A RN H
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
County of Pickens.
.Office of County TIreasurer Pickens County', S. C.
.Pickens, S. C., September 15th, 1905.
The Treasurer's Office will be open from MONDAY,
OCTOBER 16th, UNTIL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3oth,
1905, WITHOUT PENALTY.
The Rate of State, County, School and Special Tax, includi
ing One Dollar Poll Tax and One Dollar and Fifty Cents
Commutation Road Tax.
In accordance with an Act to raiso suppliea for the liscal year comnmeninig
January 1, 1905, notice is hereby given that the oilie 0of Couinly Treasuirer of
Pickene County will open for the colleetion of taixes for saidl fiscal year fromn
MONDAY, OCTOBE~R 16th, until SATURDAY, DFlCEMBERt 30th. .Rates
per cent, of taxation are as follows:
Levy for State T1ax.................. .... ..... 56 milks
" Ozdinary County tax..-......... .......1
" Constitutional School tax ............3 "
" Past Indebtedness ...........2
"Road tax............................ 11 '"
S Sinking Fund ....................... 1'
Total levy for State and County Taxes. . .. 18 mills
Levy for interest on Pickons R. R. bonds, Pickens C. HI. Township, 3.3 mills.
Levy for interest on Pickens Rt. R. bonds, Hurricanio Township, 2.5 mills.
Levy for interest on Pickens iR. Rt bonds, Eastatoo TLownship, 31 mnilis.
Special Lovy for School District No). 8, 2 mills.
04 4~ , 4 " ~
-6 13, 6 "'
444 16, 2 "4
4* 1466 '' 19. 2 "
44 46 6 64 34, C2 "
44 44 64 66 49 ~, 2 "6
A Poll Tax of One Dollar per capita on1 all male citizous14 betweenf the ages of 21
and 60 years, except such as airo exempt b~y lawv, will be coll4Oted.
A commutation Road Tax of Onoe Dollar and F'ifty Conts will bo collected at the
same time as other taxes from all male citizens betwoon the ages of 21 and 50)
years, except such as are exemp1tedl by law. Unless said tax is paid by the 31st of
March, 1900, five days work npon the publio highways wvill be required uinder a
-Taxes are payable only in gold and)( silver coin, United Stites cirreonov, Nation
at Bank Not'~s and coupous of state JBondd whuich become payablo during ttno
Pairties desiring information by mail in regard to their taxes will please stato
the location of their property and inchlido post-ige for a reply, anid those palying
taxes by check must include the charges for co'Ieeting.
H. W. FARR,
Sept. 20, 1905-ta Tr'easurer of Pickens County.
N. D. T AYLOR, Photographer,
...TH E VERY BEST'PHOTOGRAPHS...
The kind that are made at the best stuidios of the largetr cities.
The kind that wil.l not fade. That are natural and lifolik,,
and finiebed on the latest and prettiost cards to be had.
...PICTUR ES ENLA RGED...
Nice line of mouldangs.and frames of any size made to order.
....COM E ON W EDN ESDAY.,.
Wofford Oollege Fitting School
Three new brick-buldinlgs, .teaif heat ad electriclgts
Uead Master four teachers and Matron Jv ntehidns
Studas ie r lr ourso 'i~ 'te Colge Gymnasium, ind have aceesa to
the C.ohseggi.AbrarV. 6n fMtois iitmd
*115.00 pays for board, tnition, and al fes2oso ohde iitNd
not py itin. Nex se&1al begins september 29.
A$ASON up g Spartanbur4 %,
order to do their trading at t
7)epartment Store in Upper C
r new store since Tuesday last
atter how complete this store
L new era in Greenville's retail
r safe-guard around you in tl
- We Ez
other would appeal to you.
1,ooo plain H
ment 6oo Ladies'
rectly cents, choice 5
gnii- One lot fine s
, etc. The above ar
On-e lot 38-i
green, garnet a
- One lot 56-in
skirts, actually I
>s at 54-inch Broa
brown, the yard
counter, our pr
cents. 54-inch Twil
special at, per 3
rya The followin!
yard One lot 20-111
75c, speciel sale
One lot beau
yard, 50 cents.
L color- One lot All-s
all col- Remember ,
new, as we*ll as
L1T"8 HAVE A RAILi~hAD
And Improve Our County and Town.
Now is the Time.
P~(ickens RI. F. D., No. 3, Sept.
1 7.-WVo haLve been not icing some1
veiry st rongJ. ap)peasI to Pickens
through thle St i nel-Journal for
the upbui ~iling of the town anrd
counrtry, but as yet we ha~ve not
heard of a tny effort being made mn
that direct ion,
.I tin ik iho. appeal in lanst week 's
paper shiould1 awaken the whole
town'1 and country to a sense of
their (1uty, and all comoc shoulder
to) shioubler and extend the Pick
eni railroad to the foot of the
miounltains and down the Oolenoy
and connect with the Swamp Rab
bit railroadl at Marietta as sug
gested b1 ourV editor.
The peoplo north- of Pickens
ne'ed tis road, and Pickens needs
it, aundl1 as Iderstand( it Pickenis
priomised to bu1ild it to the foot of
the m lounI)tamus as soonl as it was
buniilt to Pickens and they had a
httlo' rest. I have been told that
Eastator voted a 3 mill tax with
tat uniderstandinug. Now we poO
ple hav been'I lt'~ waitmng pat intly
and I don't know of a better' time
to go to work at it than no(w
ECash-ty is hbuild inZg upi and1( so is
Liberty andl Conttral, and mlost
every ot her towni you caiinentioni.
Pump11 k intownV I is on the r'ise and( is
goinvg to~ build her a good schiool
hiouise, anid soon sho will be buailId
inog hools and11( bhoming he r stores
and have a railrt ad, and wi hy not
PickonsH extend ( her r'ail road u p
theura' Now is tho best chance
she will ever have, for the time is
4t hand ; wheni a good opp~ortuniity
slips by it cani n'ver lie recalled.
So we ask the stockholders and
dlirectors of the Pickens rail roadl to
3onisidor this matter anid call us to
gether and we will do our Part for
the road undl~ Pickens can got hr r
timberOi to bulild her hotels and fac
tories at a reasonalo price, and
weO w ill all pull together anid have
oene of t he grandrest cou nties in
tihe southiern states. G.
ror Infants and Children,
The Kind You Hlave Always Bought
mionatura orf . ,
his store. Thousands and thous,
irolina. No'such selections to bc
, the date our doors were opene<
may seem to you, we are not sati
ing would dawn. We promised
kat if you get dissatisfied with a
ise Our (
We want you to read every line
emstitched Lawn, each x cent.
Pure Linen, not one worth lec
heer Linen Initial Goods, ioc eac
e the best values you ever saw fo
Dress G(oods Bargains.
nch All-Wool Panama Cloth, in
nd brown, per yard Soc.
ch All-Wool Kerseys, for fall sui
morth 75c, the yard 5oc.
dcloth, black, garnet, green, n
ra Suiting, per yard 22%gc.
iot, black, green and navy, wortl
I Black Broadcloth, looks like
:lcloth, in black, up to $2-50 the 3
Special Silk Values.
values cannot be duplicated:
ch Fancy Taffetas for shirt wais
price, per yard 59c.
tiful fancy Cord Silk for waists e
ilk Taffeta, in the popular shades,
very yard of Silk in the house
everything else. Don't delay
Hazel Happenings. t
As I haven't sen anything late
ly in your valuable columns from
this quiet vicinity I will give you
a few dots.
The winding up of fodder pull
ing and the beginning of cotton
picking is the order of the (lay at
present with the farmnArs.
Crops are far shorter than com.- t
mon01, excoeit crab grass h ay.- It is
plentiful if it could all bo mowed. 1
T1he health of this community '
is very gcod at this writing.
Prof. J1. L~ Murphree closed a C
ten-days' music school at A tioch t
Baptist church on the 1st of Sep
toimber. The class made splendid
progress. The1) professor is well up:
in his business andl certainly knows <
what to do wvhen hr. gets into tL@e I
school room. After the close of
Prof. Murphres's school at. A ntioch
he and M rs. M urphree went , on a t
week's visit to the latter's parents, 5
Mr and( Mris. Waihington Gallo- I
way, a nd ether relat ives and
friends near Lake Toxawvay, N. C. c
Mr. J. J. Sitton, cashier of the c
Pendh-eton bank, accomnpaiedu~ by
his wife, passed th rough this sec
tioni on their way to Br'ovard, N. C
C., to at tend court.
M r. an d M rs. Jack son O'Dell
and,( childlron, of Gillsville, Ga., i
Say Plainly to
That you want LION Ci
being a square man, will i
thing else. You may not
What About the United
of housekoopeors yrho hav<
for over a quarter o
Is there any etronger pr
Lion-h~ead .on 4
Save these Lion-heads
ISOLD BY GROCEli
Lnds of dollars worth of brand
found hereabouts as are to bc
I to the public, nor would we
sffed. There are yet many it
you we would sell you the desi
purchase your money will be r<
of our advertising. If you d
s than eight receive
r the price. linery I
black, navy, week 5
ts or separate cial sal
avy, red and Kee
9oc on any N
$1.50 cloth; Depar
ard. price 6
t suits, value i ca,
nd suits, per Tickinj
5oc per yard.
is absolutely ACi
-choose early. 12 1-2<
re to do y
iave been in this section visitin~g
'elatives and old I riends. They
yere both native's of this county.
Mr. Bright Moore, of Georgia,
)lt formerly of this state and
~ounity, visitedl relativesi and
riends in this section recently.
Mr. Mary man B'-esley, of Knox
il, Tennl.. formerly of this coun
y, has~ been on a visit to relatives
mnd friends. We are glad to see
.11 these old acquaintances among
Mr's. Flora L. Winchester anid
hi idren visited in the Dalton sec
ion last week.
The baptismng at Antioch was
veil attendred last Sunday, after
vhich a very f< reible sermon. was
[liveredl by the paster, Rev. A. J
Miss Caroline Widjekman, of Due,
Vest, returned homai last week af
Dr a two mnths' stay teachinlg
chool at Antioch. Miss Wide
an is a splenidi~ teacher.
Miss Ida Davis has gono to the
otton mill. Moun tain Sprout.
nred ei Lame* Back After 15 years of
"I had been troubled with lamie back
r* 15 years anid I found a comptote ro
,vry in the use of Chamberlain's Pain
aim,"' saiya John 0. Bisher, Gilliam,
xt This1 liunient is also without nil
lal fo'r sprains and bruises. It ie for
bo by Piokena Drug Company.
)PFEE always, and he,
ot try to sol you any
care for our opmnion, but
Judgment of Millions
a used LION COFFEEI
r a century ?
pof ofrnerU, than the
:nlldence of the People
ever inereasing popularity?
I COFFEE is carefully se
id at the plantation. shipped
et to our various factories,
re it Es skillluully roasted and
fully packed in sealed pack
r.-nlke 1oose coffewhieh
aposed to germs, dust, in
s, etc. LION COFFEEIreaches
as pure and clean as when
it the factory. sold only in
for valuable premiums.
OnLann SPICE (JO.. Toledo, Ohio.
096Usethe ma1ils if you, can1t
open coe. Prompt attetion.
new Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery, Underwear, Suits, Wraps,
found in this New Department Store. We couldn't begin
attempt to foretell the many more favorable expressions that
nprovements to be made before our plans are carried out in
rable, meritorious, wanted kinds of merchandise cheaper than
-funded quick as a wink, all of which we shall fill to the letter.
o and take advantage of our offerings, you'll be a good many
y day, almost, something else in Ready-to-Wear Hats is
d. The styles shown here are just the same as the
ls shown in the large cities. The same manufactnrer'
ours. We will give you more style and qualit) in Mil
han you ever got before for your money. Special runs
dy-to-Wear this week.
lot Misses' Felt Sailors, the 75c grade, special this
lot Misses' French Sailors, worth $1.25 at 98c. Spe
e Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, 99c to $4.98.
[) your eye on this Millineiy Department for style and
iy in price.
l)te the Following Unimatchable Bargains.
yards 28-inch Fancy Outing worth 7 1-2C, our price 5c. +
se Cotton Cheviot Dress Goods, usual retail price 15c,
:ment Store price ioc.
le 36-inch heavy 7 1-2C Sheeting, the Department Store
: ladies' white hemstitched Handkerchiefs, our price ic.
:)o yards fine Embroideries, worth 15 to 25c on table
;e garnet and red Prints, per yard 4c.
tt bargains in Flannels-both cotton and wool-- Jeans
SPECIAL ALL THE TIME.
k Ticking, per yard 12C; Table Oil Cloth, per yard, [2c;
Lonsdale Cambric, i i c.
~for Rheumatism, Cuts,
A Sur C ure Sprains, Wounds, Old
Sores, Corns, Bunions,
Galls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints,
Frosted Feet, Burns, Scalds, etc.
AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam
mation, and drives out Pain,
PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues,
promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles
BEST L.INIMENT ON EARTH
ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
GURED SOIATIG RHEUMATISM
Mrs. E. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxville,
Tenn., writes: "KI have been trying the baths of
Ilot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I
get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment
than any medicine or anythin I have ever tried.
Inclosed find postoffice order or $1.00. Send me
large bottle bySouthern Express."
THREEL SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00
BE SURtE YOU GET THE GENUINE
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
5T. Louis, U. s. A
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
IT S A FACT
"One meat market passeth away and another meat mar
ket cometh, but the old meat marke t (Moore's) abideth for
ever. "-Ecclesiastes, 1 st chapter.
'Ne-sell lots of things and buy lots of things. We pay
cash for all kinds of produce and hrdes. We want your cot
ton seed and seed cotton-in fact we want everything you
have got and will pay you cash for it.
The Old Meat Market,
J. D. 00O E.
HENRY N. SNYDERI, L~L. D., PraHidenit; .
Two degroee, A. B. aind A. M. Four coursos leadinig to t he A. B. Degree.
D~epartmnht.ns-Etics aind Astronomy i, Mathemantics, P'hysies', and1( Gieoogy,
Biology, rand Cheomistry, Lhin, (Greek, English , Georman, aid Freiich, .ih tory
and Econ~omIo. Librar'y and. Librarian.i TheI W. E, Binrine' I eyeninia~~: ujider
ai comp tenut director. ,J. B. Cleveland Sciece Hall. At ble(tio gr I'uIn.
of lecturesR by the abileat meni on the lat formi. Ri re musical oppid
Seasion Sept, 20.
Board from $8 to $16 ai month. Foir Catailogno or otlher in format
3. A. GtAMEWELL Sec., Sar.tanb....