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entered the parl
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a -past differences cot
and forgotten-in sho
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still staniding and 1o0
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me th:at you repent, th
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Stealing Golf Balls.
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POPULATION OF FIFTY LARGEST
CITIES IN UNITED STATES. c
L 1K0. IM0. G1ain.
1. New York......... 4,766,8=3 34 )2 M7
2. Chicago ........... 2,185.283 I.M.571 :.7
e 8. Philadelphia ..... 1,549.00tS 1-3b97 1.7r
4. St. Louis........... .,9
5. Boston ............ O'-. G '
d &. Cleveland ......... 5 S1.. 4;.9
1- 7. Baltimore ........ ".485 5W57 9.7
e &. Pittsburg ......... 41.12 1.
9. Det-rolt ........... 45.7; 2 .0
10. Buffalo ............ . .5 352,387 23. i1
t 11. San Francisco.... 411.12 3462 2.
h 12. Milwaukee ........ 77 315 31.0
d 13. Cincinnati ........ Z,;4.4;' 3 .)2 11
14. Newark .......... 3,7.469 41.2
t 55. New Orleans...... 3'$k.05 S.A t
t. 16. Washington ...... 21.9 18 18.8
-e 17. Los Angeles....... 319 .158 1V2,419 211.3
18. Minneapolis ..---. 311.40 202.718 48.7
r, 19. Jersey City........ 267.779 200.43 29.7
LS 20. Kafisas City...... ' 248,381 163,752 51.7 1
n 21. Seattle .......... 37.194 S0.671 194.0
S 22. Indianapolis ..... -3,65 169,164 38.1
23. Providence ....... -4.36 175597 27.8
1 24. Louisville ......... t 04,731 9.4
Ln 25. Rochester ......... '4.149 162.60S 32
26. St. Paul'........ 214.744 163065 31.7
27. Denver .......... 21.38 133.859 59.4
,e 28. Portland, Ore..... 207.:i14 90426 129.2
IS 29. Columbus ........ 1S1,54S 15.50 44.6
td 30- Toledo .....--..... 1GS497 131.S= 27.6
31. Atlanta ........... 154.839 89.8-2 713
82. Oakland. Cal...... 130,174 66,960 124.3
d 33. Worcester ....... 145,94 118,421 23.3
Id S4. Syracuse ....... 137.249 103,374
35. New Haven....... 133.053 N 7 23.7
3 . Birmingham ..... 132,s5 38.415 245.4
Vc 57. Memphis ........131.105 102330 28.1
Id S&. Scranton ........ 2q.867 102.026 27.3
e .8P. Richmond ........ 1-7,628 85.050 50.1
.4 . Paterson ........ 125.600 105.171 19.4
S' 41. Omaha .........124.09M 102.555 21.0
)d 42. Fall River......... 11,295 104.8 13.8
d 43. Dayton ............ .116,577 85.3 30.6
44. Grand Rapids 112.571 87.565 286
4s. Nashville ......... 110,364 80.865 36.5
'- 45. Lowell ............ 106,294 94,969 11.9
is- 47. Cambridge ........ 104,839 91.886 14.1
4. Spokane ........... 104,402 183.3
49. Bridgeport ........ 102.,054 70.996 43.7
SD0. Albany .........00253 94.151 0.5
Or New York commuters, but the vast
ie majority are.
ot Gotham's R1adius Large.
er Besides, Yonkers, Mount Vernon,
y New Rochelle and other cities in New
he York state are really a part of New
n- York city,. although not In the cor
ig porate limits. A large number of comn
Id muters also go into Connecticut if
rt all of these were added to the metrop
e, ols Its total population would prob~t
h. bMy exceed 6,000,000.
k. The states likewise show gains. New
re York, Pennsylvania, Illinois and Ohio
at retain their relative rank as first, sec
is onldthlrd and fourth respectively, but
Id there is a shift in fifth and in
e T .939 to1fift
S 0. MIS
becom e -o
eWashington shows the greatest gfrft 1~
ie I1n the decade, with Oklahoma a close
qck second. Both have more than doubled
their populations. -Nevada has also
Id shown a great growth, although she,
e remains at the foot of the list despite
)n her gain. Others that show pllenom(
iv nal growth are New M_%exico, ('allifor-_
b- nia, 'Colorado. Florida, Oregon. tile two
It Dakotas and Washington. The av
erage increase the Country over is iij;
proximtely 2 per 52n,387 20.2r
son how tha th grat idusria
state areell ver tis 2.gure while th
~ agiculuralstats usallyfal bein.0
The mot pheomenalgrowt 11. th
entire ationoutsid 4of0on or 1.2 of
id eageswellandhas ept breat o
the entre coutry. 'Thstate wit.
~lf ut ndutris oher1ha famin are3
the nes hat uffe0mos. 7Ye a 8. coe
Lie aalyss shws tht 0t,4los here ha
t1 ofpaddng, nd reountwer ordered
~ The ost cospicuos .case were ths
- of Seatle, Tacoa1and0on othr .7t
in Wshinton Porland13r.;5 Fort
Smith Ark. andsome ,ther 129.2
L als invlved Redution ,wer m4.6
id b eEec~ims, d 131,Ie 22 mer
ators ere aresed The 9evers p72.3
~ ess ccurrd In tia 66,960~ N.3J
~d There he mayor118,421e tha .3h
showing wa small ,3an a G.'6n
at showed1a ,t increase
ZOOO,00.000,to bepropheica5l e 50.1
at evdenty a ase o cenus5fgure o9.
~lp he bain.But ithot 0bostin w1.
~r. ae a ightypeope,0no .onl whe8
( couted b the bad,8bt ,whe 3G.6
'- uredby othr standrds-fo e 28.le
-5Abany or........ 10r,53a 4,15s. .
Illotham's . aduslarg.
OhBeIodes, Weke sMut Vrn
exas.ll 2nd oteractiska. Ne
agpo athlimits. 30 large ngtero.om
iues so gointo Connecticut. I
al ochesen 3er Colodo.emerp
h. ly xced600000. Mie
k. T eses 5 likw eons. Ne
Rh ok enyvna lioeIsland.Oi
39.eanhirrla ewn amasire
i d ahr and fourt resptaa. ,bu
ee., 41. totfift
becoma 4e2e. Veronf
e heodeade w4th Okyaoma ag os
their poulation. Nevada.hsas
-e reaC rtohes ooeorte lncludepirte
Ric heruldn Ors1 tht stric peome
t Duaotas wa 4 and h agton 52Thea
stae bnelow the cuber moveing down
G ROTH IN 120cnt YARS.pri
Theon firsw that s the eatdsra
States weas oven tin 1790.e Thieth
wreagcutua statusal t fallsen d.
stats The tpeoteal rowuthn the
ethre nation outsid 3,929,214. oo
Piherckently .C. aditeptcommowealth.
As n texaminioast The teachers'
w-ith etel coutry The states hous
FrtidysOtsoter t'han Eaminare
tions thati suffrost. Yet 9a.cos
analsis how tatte Boasr o hasd
themslvesasi t smallumllgs.n
in asingon Potlnd E. F ortL
Smith Ark. yand sm teswr
idb ' eons,Say .m
n- ess occurred ensAt ank. N.J
fice of County Treasurer. Pickens County.
Pickens. S. C., September 25th 1911.
'The books for the collection of ;,tate and
ounty taxes will be open from
October 15th 1911 to December 31st 1912.
Those who prefer to do so can pay in Janua
c 1912, with 1 per ceat additionsl. Those
ho prefer paying in Februnry 1912. can
o so with 2 per cen t addit ional. Those who
refer payinfg in March 1912. :o the i5th of said
i'nth. cati do so roy paying an additional 7 per
ent. A fter said date the books will close.
N. lB.-Tax p.iyers owniig property or paying
ix for others. will please ask fo tax receipt
i each to.wnshlip or special school district in
-hich he or t her may own property. This is
ery import.it as there are so many special
ch :0 di- . Thw-e who do not wish to
oie- to ile olicue van write me, not later than
secintier .t:d I will furtish theni % ith
he amount due and tbey cant remit te by
heck, money order or registered letter, If
tamps are sent do not send above two (2)
ent. as I cannot use them. Please do not
end me cash. without registering same.'as it is
iable to get lost: if sent otherwlse it must be
.t sender's risk.
,evy for State tax ....:-. .............5 Mills
.evy for Constitutional School tax . 3 mills
,evy for Ordinary County tax.. mills
.evy for Sisking Fund ...... .........j mills
,evy for Past Indebtedness............ k mills
.evy for Chain Gang... ...... ........2% mill
sevy for State Constable .......... mill
Tobt 19' till,
pecial Levy for School DIstric t No 1. 2 millk
;pecial Levy for School District No. 2,.. .2 mill
pecial Levy for School District No. n....2 mills
ipecial Levy for School District No. 4....2 miLls
;pecial Levy for School District N.. ..:.2 mills
,peciai Levi for Svhool 1) strict No. 8,...2 mills
;peciail - evy for School District No. 9.. 10 mIlls
special .Leiy for School District N'. 10, 21 mills
;pecla' Levy for School District No. I1,7 rills
special Levy for Shool District No. 12. ..2 mil;s
'p' -ial Levy for School lDistrict No. 11,. . milis
special Levy for School District No. 14...4 mills
pecial Levy for School District No. 16...6 mills
specia i Levy for School District No. 17 ..7 mills
ipecial Levy f or School District No. 18, 2 mills
ipecial Levy for School District No. 19, 2mills
speoial Levy for School District No. 21....2 niils
3pe:ial Levy for School Il is, riet No. 22...2 mills
;pecial Levy for School District No. 23,..2 nills
3peclal Levy for School District No. 24. 2L, mills
Special Levy ror School )istrict No.2'. 2'. naills
Specki Levy for School District No. 27... mills
Speciail Levy for School District No.29 :1 wills
Special Levy for School District No. 31. 15n.ills
Rpeciel Levy for School iistrict No. 37. 4 mills
Special Levy for Sohool District No. 38. ; nills
Special Levy for School District No 41, 3 mills
ipecil Levy for School District No. 42...2 mills
Special Lev1 Mr Sehool District No. 49...2 mills
S3ecial Levy for School District No. 52. 3 mills
special Levy for School District No. 53,...4 mills
Le'ygfor interert on Picliens R. R. Botwls
Hurricare townshp...... . .... .....2 mills
roey for iterest on licketis R. It. Ilonds
fastioe townseip............2' mills
Lary for interest ozi Pickens R. R. lionds
Pickeis C. 11. township.. ............ 2 mith
Po Tttaz, Ope 0) loilar. Every male citjzen
from 21 00 t W yor.U is liable. excapt -onfeder
-tte soldiezse who fo not pay after 50 years, and
those excused Dy ltw.
Commutation Road Tax. $1.50. The last Leg
islature eT.acted the following law: -Th:at all
able-bodied male persots from the tge of twen
ty-:ne and fifty years. beth exclusive. ill the
cotnty of Pickens. shall bs icquirett aiually
to pay one dollar atid lifty ceets conmutation
or road tax, except ministers of the gospel tic
tually in charge of a cougreg-4tion. persois er
manently disabled in the military :ervice of
this State. and persons ui ho served in the late
war between the states. and all persons actual
ly eiployed in the quarantine -ervice of tne
etate, aRsd all studetits who may be atteadintg
any school or college t the time when the com
mutation tax hereinabove provided for shall
beeone due shall be required to paLAJ.
unty Treasurer of said cou' . .
s. ... Af of Oct ober at!. fo ceml
her i et and ev i r..ant aaintitt. ctonimu
tation or o - o1 onle dolar atmit fifty cents
per head-,and any fait:rc to pa.x said rotad tax
shall be a midemeat.or. at<t the otitter, ipon
conviction,. shall l.e puni uhcd by ia fine of tot
less thati five doliars 'and :!(.t more litn ifty
dollars. 4r imprisonted for it t moe than thirty
Capi.ation Dog Tax. All lt-rsons1 ow::tn
dogs fire required to 1;:1y a tax of liftV (.Al ent
otn e-ach dog. Respectfully.
j. T. RICHEY,
("oun ty Ti-vaurer.
EYE TALK NO 2
Light ani Sight
Light remb( rs nll l~in t s
visible, by bringing vr a nes
of them to our eyes.
Then if the eyes an- per
fect, we have clear anld comn
fo table sight.
But many eyes are imper'
fect, and blurred vjionl, strain
or pain results.
Removal of the catfse with
Ssuitable M ass Simple,
isnt it? And, by the way,
since you want to bei sure
of getting the right glasses.
A. A. ODOM, PRES.
40 acres. i mile from court
house, 1-2 cle'ared, balance, in
>riginal oak forest, joining land
>f J. H. G. McDaniel, I. M.
MIauldin and others. This prop
arty is for sale or trade and is
Lhe prettiest place for a nice
bome around Pickens. P-rice and
erms reasonable. See H. M.
Hester, "T'he Real Estate Man"
Pickens, S, C.
To get our estimate on
We Print Anything
From a Visiting Card
to aBook :: ::.
WE CAN SAVE MONEY FOR YOU
Easy to Wind Up.
"It wasn't much trouble to wind up
>oor old Sleezem's affairs when he
"All th property he left behind was
t silver watch."-Birmingham Age
Made Hirnself Safe.
"Gentlemet," said' the professor.
'this is one of the most &:ngerous ex
>eriments knowi to seieliL' The
lightest mishap and the experi 'er
ill be blown to atoms. I will .n w
tep into- the next room while my ;as
istant performs the experiment."
V S A
. BEGINNING OCTOBE
* feel quite sure you all have ha
'lIFEHappy Jack Taylor perform
ycur pocket any. We expe'
Saturday, October 7th to Sa
look good but will save you
che price of cotton has gone off so rapid
In this sale we expect to cut price
vertise some new lines we have added t
This line is up-to-date in every re
when it comes to Shoes. The BEACON
BEACON $4.00 SlIce
are as good as new monry, but we wil! r
Lion Shoes $3.50
Lion Shoes 3-25- - -
Lion Shoes 3.00
-If you fa to get a par of these Shoes
* These Shoes have always
We have a large line of Kangaroos that
* world over
This Shoe gives the foot perfect ease, he
0 Regular price
We have one-of the largest lines of Hats
make prices too'cheap to let go to prii
This line is Fall to the Brim, Extra hear
Work Shirts worth 50c.
Work Pants f
S odgae fDil worth 10c. at8c.
IShirting 10c, sale price 8c. Good grade Je
Jeansc 25cal price 10c, A carload of Ch
salepric 6c.Don't fail to see this line.
* BLANKETS AND QUILTS.-We he
* S85.00, sale price 3.75. If you think it wil
Swant to let you know that we have them
I GUNS AND SHELLS.-We havea
rifle, worth is5.00 in gold. Sale price 8:3.50
for 75c. Take a hunt boys, it will not cos
I100 lbs, Sack of Salt 55c. Best G rade of Fi
Best Parched Coffee 22 1-2 pound- 7 CIak(
* 7 Packs Washing Powder 25c. 7 Packam(
INENER FAIL OIL CAN.-This can is
your lamp futll of oil and not run it over.
full of oil, for only $1.65.
- FREE.--We will give each custome~r '
* the best knife we have in stock, or the b~es
Ihigh as $1.50 each. If you have a lazy m
medicine that will make him go. WE W
AND EGGS. Will pay the highest maurk
ten during this sale, wve are
NOW RFE A
Is the time to buy farm land
while you can see the growing~
crop on it, Seeing the crop
you know what you may rea- 46 acrec3, .4
sonably expect if you buy. 57.acres, 4
Now is the time to make ar-Vf-.8 acres, 5
ranements for next year and ji8 acres, 4.
not only next year but for your 3.acel
future home. 70-.acres, 2e
Now is the time to see my yo acres, 2:
liberal terms for a small home. 30 a'cres 2 :
Now is the time to see some 48 acres. 2
cheap land I have as well as Thes
some of the best in the
Farm and city prope
LOSING OCTOBER 21.
: a good time at the County Fair watching
his dangerous acts, but this did -not help
:t to put on a performance that will last from
turday, October 21th, and it will not only
money. This should appeal to you since
s without mercy. Our main idea is to ad
s1)ect. In fact we bow our heads to no man
ISHOE has snap, style, service and co .nfort,
---------------Sale Price $3.50
----Sale Price 3.00
------------- Sale Price 2.75
of Lion Brand Work Shoes for men. They
rt spar(e the knife on them.
----------------- Sale Price $2.98
-----------------Sale Price 2.85
- - -Sale Price 2.65
you have missed the bargain of your life.
stood the test of hard wear. I
Sale Price $1.10
are as solid as a rock. Worth $1.50 the 0
---Sale Price $1.10- .
s Comforts. I
s caused1 many wrinkle faces to wear a smile.
__Sale Price $1.15 0
O R MEN. .
ever shown in Pickens. WVe expect to
t. If you need a Hat at all don't fail to
r Overalls worth $1.10.._-__..._Sale Price 85c
--------Sale Price 39c
rom 75c to $1.50.
)kv Go'ods. -
Cheviots 10c, regular sale price 8c. Hickory
ans 35c, sale price 25c. Another grade of
ecks 6 1-2c, sale price 5c. Heavy Sheeting 8c,
We are quite sure we will sell you.
~ve a solid case of All-wool Blankets worth S
be cold again it will pay you to purchase.
II of these goods are Brand New, but we will5
cut the prices all to pieces for advertisement.g
Boys Suits from $1.50 to $5.00
Men's Suits from $6.50 to $17.50.
It is too soon to buy an
NeC t.- erotbut we merely
landly single barrel shut gun that shoots like a
Peters and New Club Gun Shells, 2 boxes
)1EJ PA RTMENT.
lour $5.25. Best Grade Coffee 20c per pound.5
s Red Letter Soap 25c. 7 Cakes Gold Band 25c.
s Soda 25c. 2 Cans Good Sal mon 25c,
sol I strictly ulndler a guarantee. Will pump
It sells every where for $1.50. Our sale price,5
vho trad 's $10. all at one time, the same day,
b bnlggy whi p, We have knives and whips as
ale, spend $10) with us and we wvill give you the
ANT A SOT~LD CARLOAD OF CHICKENS
et price. ;rjiopig to see you:' smiling face of
YOURS FOR BUSINESS.
L EST AT E
rtum house,a little rolling. , ,
room house, Level, r [ -2 miles of Liberty.
room house,ievel, i t-2 miles of Liberty.
room house, level, I 3-4 'iles of Liberty.
vel, 1 1-4 miles of Liberty.
miles of Liberty on Southern Ry.
-2 miles of Liberty.
-2 miles ot Liberty on. the Southern Ry.
~ ~ n SouthernRyr
FOR THAT KEG OF
THE DRINK THAT REACHES THE SPOT
Pickens ottling Works,
R. L. Davis Proprietor
ONE GREAT AUGUST
Summer Goods must
make room for our fall
Business. All Goods re- n
duced. Short ends and
Remnants will be sold at
MONEY SAVING PRICES to
All low cut Shoes will
also go with this cut price
Yard wide Sea Island at
5c the yard.
A. K. PARK,
West End- Greenville,
FINE FA RM
2O0Acre farm, 5-miles west of
between Twe've Mile camp gro
and Mountain View church, on main public road, r
ral route and telephone line; 60 acres cleared,
ance in original forest; one old two-story house wit
outbuildings, one small tenant house and small Cu
buildings; 60,090 ft._of saw timber on place. Th
land lies well and is ineWU rt6 mWi
change for smaller place or will~ cut into tracts i
suit purchaser. For price and terms write or see
I have farms in all sections of the conoity. L.
me know your wants in the real estate line.
H. MVHEST E
THE IREAL ESTATE MAN
Box 264. .'Pickens, S.
Pickens Bank Building.
Let me write yourfire-in'urance; I'll place you in good r
!N:'ke Youir A rangements to be in
FOR THE GREAT STATE FAIR
OCTOBER 30, 31 and __ 7
NOWiMBER 1,2aind 3
' s7I 9s EXHTBITS
F'INE HOR~lSE RACING
1 3.0RN AEPLANE FLIGHT Twice Eachi Day
F(OOTI> . (ONTESTS. FINE ATTRACTIONS
IN EVERY RESPECT. -
ATIRAUIIV, CHEAP RAILROAD RATES
For- Furm er Information, Address.
. iti~ur Banks, President. J. M. Cantey, Secretary
Columbia, S. C.
F T YOUR TROUBLES AND COME TO
THE STATE FAIR.
and ior Sale in Oconee County
50-acre farm in the town of Walhalla, 15 acres of bottom an.d 50 aeres of u
nd incliaio,5 acrth inster--, xmesuhofWha
)ne six-room dwelling, two tenan houses, 1% iS cultivationl. WiH
.For terms andp p ~ t~-~