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Tlie People's Journal
Local and Personal.
--Leo D. Gillespie Was in town
-Mrs. H. B. Hendricks is suffer.
Ing with la grippe.
-Dr. W. F. Austin will be in
Easley January 27 and 28.
-Lloyd (randy, of F'arman,
caie honie on a visit Saturday.
-Mirs. W. W. White, of Andor.
son, is visiting relatives in Piokens.
-Mrs. James Ambler and Miss
Clovie Grillic visited Mrs. Gilreath
-Ivy M. Mauldin, Esq. loft for
Columbia Thursday where he has
gone to attend the Supreme Court.
-Mrs. M. J. Harris is in Green
ville on a visit to daughters. Mrs.
Turner and Miss Stella Harris.
--Misses May and Cora O'Dell
and Miss Dorroh visited the fami
ly of Sheriff lcDaniel last Satur
-Miss Jessie Thomas, daughter
of Dr. A. J. S. Thomas accompa,
nied her father on a visit to Pick.
--Miss Mattie Bowen, daughter
of Reese Bowen, has boon quite ill
with pneumonia. She is improv.
ing, however.
-Mrs. E. B. Webb, who has
been ill with grippe since her re
tur"u from Clarksville, Ga. is con
va lesoing,
-E. E, Mauldin, from near Lib.
erty visited im 'ickens last week.
Mr. Mauldin has a genial way
about him that wins a large circle
of friends.
-See the alvortisoment of Mr
R. L. Smith in another column.
4 He has opened a now market in
the Harris building and is selling
giod meats at exceedingly low
-It is time to begin to scratch
the earth just a little now. You
might sow a little early lettuce and
mustard, and sow cabbage and to
mato seed in boxes protected from
the cold.
-Dr. Thomas preached two
very able sermons at the Baptist
church Sunday, The congrega
tions were unusually large. His
text. Sunday morning was, "Hap
py is the man that keepeth the
law"-an exceedingly timely one
that was well expounded.
-B. h. Grandy is building a
":PalaLce Car" for the county chain
gang. We have not been informed
as to wvhether the sleeping apart
mients will he on the "(Wagner'' or
'"Pullm an " style, hnt the finishing
inside and out is to be of "native
-Congres3 has a bill prohibiting
individuals in the U. S. from
amassing more thian $10,000,000.
We haven't lost any sleep over the
matter yet, and don't believe its
passnge will seriously affect us.
If we had all the delin quent sub
scriptions oni our books we would
still nlot fall "'within the pale'' of
such a law.
-We have been informed that
Rle-UJnion School House near Bev
erly Granite Works was aestroyed
by fire last Friday night. Miss
Morrison. of Clemson College had
bedn in charge but, for some reas
on, the school had been discontin
ued. Trhe building and furniture
were a complete loss. It was
thought the fire was of jincendiary
-Jeff Richardson was appointed
postmaster at Greenville last week.
is appoinltmenlt had been held up
.by Senator Trillmnan for some time.
Mr. Tillman held Mr. Richardson
respionsib)le for editorial matter'
written by Editors Williams and
Bl1ack man. Mr. Richardson proved
even to the entire satisfaction of
Mr. Tillman that the charge was
unjust, andI his confirmation by
the Senate followed,
-There are no negroes in the
Southi Carolina Legislature this
year . This is the first time since
the negro has been in politics in
this state that he has not had at
least one or more members in the
legislature halls. This showvs how
comp)letely the negro has been
eliminated from the political af
fairs of the state. The air will at
least be a little less offensive to
the olfactory nerves.
-Dick Hendricks a colored man
living a few miles north-west of
Pickene died Friday. It was
thought hie died of small pox, but
we hear this contradicted by respon.
uible citisens who state tnat he died
of pneumonia. It was his son who
had small pox. Notwithstanding
their fondness for funerals the ne
groes enddenly departed and they
refused to minister burial attentiotr
ind the county authorities had tc
take the matter in charge,
--ohn Gary Evans, President
of the Pickenis B. E. Oompany
came up on a special Monday t<
attend the yearly stookholderg
meeting . We understand the re
port of the road, under the presen
efficient management, Wan qutit
satisfactory to all concerned. Th
not earnings of the road for tli
year were the Iargest in its isPtory
Tis s a good indication ofth
bus.inqq, at is bolag dogg at
--WV. I. Guthrio, a popu
travelling man, and a basebi
enthusiast, was in town last wet
--Capt. L. M. Grist, one of t
oldest newspaper mon in the Still
died at his home in Yorkvillo Ia
Ihursday. He achieved remarl
able success in the managonent
The Yorkville Enquiror, which
one of the best equipped sem
weeklies in the Sta to, Capt. Gri
was a gallant Confedorato soldie
and was desperately wounded i
the Second Battle of Manassa
He was prominent in his loc
church the Associate Reforme
--The Constitution guessing co
test hita not filled any Picker
coffers at this distribution. Cap
A. W. Hudgens, of Easley, wL
won *1500 last year we understau
has been enriched to thQ extent
$2.50. One prominent Picket
citizen wants to have himself a
rested because ho made a guo
that was 30 bales off of the exa
number of bales produced, an
then destroyed it. lie might r
least have won 30 cents if he ha
stuck to his original guess.
-Mr. John T. Boggs, Pecretai
of the Farmers Publishing Con
pany, will bo in Pickenson saleda
in February next prepared to dii
tribute all unpaid dividends o
the stock of said company. In th
mean time lie will be at his plac
of business in Liberty, S. C. an
will there make distribution to a
unpaid stockholders who may ca
11pon1 him. It is desired that a]
stockholders bring in their stoc
to T. J. Mauldin who will take th
same up under the arrangemoi
heretofore made by the Diroctor
and stockholders, and that al
holding stock on which dividend
for 1901 and 1902 or both are du
cocr write Mr. Bogge and get th
3ame at once.
Death of Dr. George W. Earle.
Dr. Goorge W. Earle, one of th
land-marks of Pickens, peacefull;
breathed his last at his home i
Pickens Tuesday afternoon at 2:4
D'clock. He had beeu unwell fo
three months, but was taken soc
riously ill last Friday night, an
while he seemed to rally to som
3xtont on Sunday, from that tim
his decline was rapid. He ha
lead a very active life, and ha
been exposed a groat deal in th
15 pears practice of his profession
and there seemed to be a genera
broaking down of his constitution
Thie attending physicians, who di(
averything in their power to lnle
viat3 his sufferirgs, state thia
there were alse symptomisof pneuOi
Dr. Earle was horn at Slabtowr
Anderson county, Sept. 3, 1832
being a little over 66 years of agi
Hle wvas the son of Dr. JIam(
WV. Earle, a native of Greenvilli
S. C., and among the first bor
children of that place. His moth
er was Amanda Earle, a native c
Pendleton and a daughter of E. I
Dr. Earle received his early lii
erary training under the venabl
and distinguished educator, tl:
Rev. John L. Kennedy.
He began the study of mnedicir
under the distinguished father an
Dr. Andrew Cater, of Anderson.
In 1857 he entered the Medici
College of Charleston from whic
he graduated in 1859. He immt
diately began the practice of me<
icmne at ~Slabtown in Andersc
In the spring of 1801 he enli
ted as a private with the Palmeti
Riflemen, Fourth South Carolir
Regiment, and served throughoi
the war, chiefly in the medic
department, and was in the hospi
als at Richmon1d most of the tin
earing for his wvounded and dyir
comrades. In the battle of Wi
hiamsburg lie received a '.shg
At the close of the war he r
sumned his practice in Anderso
In 1877 he remove,l to Pickei
where he has ever since practice
and in coninection with his pra
tice has conducted a drug store.
Ini 1874 he was happily miarri
to Miss Jeannette Breazeale
Belton, Anderson county. Fi
children have blessed their unio:
two daughters, Misses Essie al
Eva; three song, Lucius, Edw
and Cecil, all of whom are livir
Dr. Earle is survived by one livi
brother-James W. Earie, w
lives near Pickens. Anotti
brother, Berry Earle, predeceas
him several years ago. He 1
three living sisters: Mrs. Aust
of California, Mrs. King of Cha
lotte and Mrs. O'Neal of Tex
He Is predeceased by three siste:
Mrs. Bomar, Mrs. Brown and M
Ella Earle,
Dr. Earle hatd long been a mie
ber of the Presbyterian ohur,
His funeral will take place at
home and his remaims will be
terredin thecemetery Wedne<
hea,rtfelt sympathy of the ent
community in the dark ho
through which they are pasmi
The familiar form and face of
Earle will be sadly missed in
town of Piocens and numer
friends will be saddened that h'
no more.
"As shadows codt by giloud~ and Sun,
I 61jn the stimmer s grassy
I S n Thy sight1 Ahnighlty One1
r' hW' generations pailss
Aas the yeste1 an endlu4s ihab,
Q pesing swlitly on,
46#Asthst94i .an bc
ar ---For Sale. One good young
I milk cow with young calf.
k. Ivy M. Mauldin.
fe Dots From Central.
o, Mrs. Mattie Boroughs has re
st turned to her hone at Praters, aft
c- or an extended visit to her daugh.
,f ter, Mrs. S. C. Bogge.
is Born unto Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
i- Boggs, tine son on Dec. 31, 19+02.
it Miss Lila Folgor is teaching a
r, flourishing school at Mt. Tabor.
D Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lawrence
s have been visiting relatives and
d friends at Traveler's Rest for the
past week.
Farmers are not through sowing
1 whoat on account of unfavorable
is weather.
t. Filia Agricolo,
d Norris No es.
yf Our httle town is still improv
1 ing.
r- Mr. H. B. Bowen is still running
s his machinery hero and you can
,t hoar the drivers pop their whips.
d We are haying a flourishing
t school at this place now. The
dl boys and girls have been put back
together. We boys thank the
people that caused it.
Farmors are not all done sowing
wheat yet-tho weather has been so
bad and the ground so wet that
they could not finish.
e There have boen seyeral nice
r hogs killed around here, which is
l something substantial for another
I Mr. V. R Johnston is doing a
1 m'rchandise business at this place.
I Miss Vida, the charming daugh
' ter of Mr. Isaac Sheriff, visited her
t cousin Miss Ressie Garvin last
s week.
School Boy.
Wanted--To Know.
e is it. just and right to pay the
same amount of money to pension
ors of the State and Confederate
service? The latter class wereon
ly in service for a short while with
e light duty performod; many never
left their counties, nor never slept
i out of doors.
I Some in the Confederate service
r wore only out a few months,-nev
-er saw an enemy nor fired a gun.
I Should not the legislature draw
3 a line between these classes, and
those who served from two to four
1 years?
1 Let us hear from some of our fel
o low citizens on this matter.
Would it not be more just to pay
1 according to the service rendered
and the time loptt
i Old comrades, talk out for the
- public good I
t Agricolist.
Death of Capt.,John HI. Bowen.
' Capt. John H-. Biowen, aged 65
,yea rs, a p)rominenit citizen of Pick
-ens county, died last Thursday at
a his home on Saluda River, about
.15 miles east of Pickens, He has
Li been a great sufferer from cancer
- of the throat, and death only re
f leased him from his sufferings.
h. Capt Bowen was prominent in
the political affairs of the county
and the fact that he wvas for sever
e al years Treasurer of Pickens coun
e ty, and represented the county re
peatedly in the State legislative
.e halls, is evidence of the high re
d gard in which he was held by his
fellow citizens of the county. At
'I the breaking out of the war, he
h wvas in Col. .Hollingsworth's Comn
-pany. He was afterwards trane
- ferred to Capt. R. Y. H. Griffin's
n~ Company. Upon the death of that
gallant soldier in the battle of
Seven Pines, Lieut. Bowen then be
0 came Captain. which responsible
a position office he held till the close
t of the war.
.l Capt. Blowen was three times
- married, first, to Miss Hlolcombe,
e0 second, to Burdino and lastly to
gMrs. Hunt, who survives him. He
"is survived by five brothers, Col.
it R. E., William, Thomas, Samuel,
and LaFayette Bowen, three of
e- whom are living in Texas. The
Sfuneral was held Friday at George's
15 Creek Baptist church, of which tbe
1deceased was a deacon. The fu
neral services wore conducted by
Rev. D. WV. Hiott, and were atten
3d ted by a large concourse of sorrow
E ing friends and relatives.
:Central Items.
id Mrs. J. N. Morgan has bQen quite
m ill for several days.
gMiss Nottie Rochester has re
iturned from a visit to her sister,
or Mrs. J. P. W xrshiam in Gastonia,
ed John H. Daly, of Atlanta, was
as here Saturday.
n, Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Crawford, of
r-- Seneca are here with relatives,
as Dr. E. F. Wyatt, of Athens, Ga.,
's; jel visiting is parents, Mr - and
s~ Mrs. 3. N. Wyatt.
m. C. 0. Rowland left on train No,
h 6for Greera this morning in re
bi pneto a message for himn tc
In.brngs blood hottnds to rtt
ldown burglars ;who blew open
he safe at that place.
ire There is considerable scare oveI
itre the appearance of small pox amonj
ag. negroes near town. Quite a num
Dr. bor of Oases are reported &nd evera
the body wants to be vaccinated.
UMos over 1RatileDrUg 8 e. o
A$t e alaeoo, ute
ste ' aten on
One or more notes payable to J.
W. Hendricks.
h'ilIder will pleasa leavo them with
the undersigned. All persons are
hereby warned not to trade for
1. will bo at Dacuevillo on Fri
day January 80, 1903, for the pur
pose of taking returns.
By meeting mo at the time and
place heroin designated, much
troulle will be saved to tax-payers
in this locality, and your returns
can bo personally listed.
E. F. K EITH, County Auditor.
New Pension Law.
The new 'pension law requires
that the County Pension Board
shall elect a pension commissioner
whose duty it shall be to receive
and make out all now applications
for ponsions. At the last mneeti g
of the board the undersigned was
elected as such pension commis
sioner, and I will be at the Court
House during the mouth of Janua
ry, 1903, during business hours, to
make out and receive such new ap
plications for pensious.
Thoso having applications al
ready on filo and drawing pensior.s
need not apply. Only those who
ire not already drawing pensions
mnd desire to apply for pension
iid will be required to make ap
Pension Cois.
All persons are hereby warned
uct to hunt fish, cut timber or, in
my other way trespass on any of
ny lands. Any violation of this
lotice will be prosecuted to the
'till extent cf the law.
N. R. Kennemore.
One Minute Cough Cure
For coughs, Cold* and Croup.
County of Pickens.
Office of County Treasur<
DECEMBER 31st, 1902,
The act of the Legislature appro
provides ns follows:
Thart all state and county taxes, a
and county taxes are collected shall b
31st (lay of December ol each and eve
ments are not paid on or before saidl t
shall be added by the County Auditor
by the C'ounty Treasnrer, and 1t the
alties arc n.ot paid on or before the Oh
adlditional penalty of one per centum I
Auditor on the county duplicate and
and if the said taxes, assessments an
the first day of March next thereafter,
centumi thereon shall be added by the
eate and collected by the County Tre:
me~nts and petnalties ure not paid on c
next thereafter, the said County Treai
the said tax?s and assessments anti pt
faulting tax-payers according to law.
The provissions of this act shall in
assessments of any townships of this s
and coupons in aid of railroads which
said township or townshlps.
The Rate of State, County, Sci
One Dollar Poll Tax and
In accordance with an Act to ram
mencing January 1, 1902, notice is h
T1reasurer of Pickens county will op)e
fiscal year from Wedniesday, Octob,
31st. Rates per cent, of taxation art(
Levy for State Tax,..
" "Ordinary County
" "Constitutional sc
'' ' Past Indebtednef
" " County Roads..
Total levy for State and Coi
Levy for interest on Pickens R.]
ship, 8i mills.
Levy for interest on Pickens 1l.
2& mills.
Levy for interest on Pickens R.
Special levy for So'aool I
.6 i6 I6 66
IS ii 66 6S
46 44 44 4r
II 66 s 66 06
. 44 44 56
A poll tax of One pollar per ca
ages of 21 and 00 years, except suoli
A commutation road tax of 01
timo as other taxes from all maio ,
years, except such as are exempted
81st of Dec, 1902, oight days wo
required under' a contractor.
Taxus are payable only in gold
National Baunk notes and Oot,pon~s
( during the year 19i03,
1'arties desil'ing infolhiatioh b)
sate. the. lbtatio of their pr'oper4j
Sthose paying taxes byv cheek mntit i
New Malrket,
We have opened a now narkot il
Pickons nid solicit tho patronage
of tho publiC. Try us once and
you will try us again.
Steak (any eut)l5 to 10 conts.
Pork, . 10 conts.
Satusago 0c i lb. 3lhs for 25c.
Will buy drossect at 8 conts, cat
tIe weighing not less than 600 lbs.
2} cents,
139 sure come to see us when you
get hungry.
Almost Unnerved Me
-Heart Pains.
Short of Breath,
Faint and Languid.
Dr.Miles'Heart Cure and
Nervine Cured Me.
"It has been five years since I was cured of
heart trouble by your Heart Cure and Nerv
ine, and I am Just as sound as a dollar in
that organ today. For sevoral years I had
been suffering with my heart. Breathing
had become short and diflicult at times,
short, sharp pains about the heart, sometimes
accompanied with fluttering would make
me fee faint and languid. The least excite
ment or mental worry would almost unnerve
ine. I felt that the trouble was growing
worse all the time, and after trying many
remedies prescribed by physicians without
obtaining relief, I was induced to give your
remedies a trial. I wAs relieved the second
day, and after taking three or four bottles all
symptonms were removed and have never
showed signs of returning."-REv. Go. W.
KcAcoPE, Chincoteague, Va.
There are many symptoms of heart disease,
which so closely resemtle those of more con
mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis
lead the attending physician. Often in cases
of heart trouble the stomach, kidneys, liveror
lungs become affected. Again the symptoms
may be those of weakened nerves, as tired
feeling, sleeplessness, timidity, the patient is
easily excitable and apt to worry without
cause. If you have the least suspicion that
your heart is weak study your symptoms and
begin the use of Dr. Miles' I loart Cure, the
great heart and blood tonic, without a clay's
All druggists sell and uarantee first bot
tie Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free book
on.Nervous and Heart Diseases. Address
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
's Notice.
:r Pickens County, S. C.
kens, S. C., Oct 15th 1 902.
red 26Lth day of' Fcbr'uary A. D). 1902
ndl all taxes collected when at.ct
e due1 and payable on or befor~e the
ry yearI, and if Suich taxes~ andt assemis
imeC,a penalty of one0 per' cent. Ihere'On
on the county duplicateandcollctled
said taxes and assessmeents and14 pen
'st tday of February neCxtthere'afIter,1an
hClcon shall be atdded b)y the County
Dolice.ted by the County Tr'carure3r;
d penaltics are not paid on~ or~ before
an additional penalty of live per
County Auditor on the counIty dupli
isurer, and if the Boid taxes, assess.
r before thle fifteenth (lay ol March
mtrer shall issue his5 tax execution lor
nalties against the property of de,
no wise apply to railroad taxes andl
~ate that have heretofore issuled bonde
htave not been completed through
200l and Special Tax, inclulding
One Dollar Commutation
ie Stupplies for the fIscal yearl comn
reby given that t he oillee of' Count'
ri for the collection of taxes for sai
tI 15th, until WVednosday, Deccembe:
08D follows.
................. Mills.
.!,................ 0
................1 "
Iity taxes,.......1.1 mills.
Et~. bonds, Pickens Court House Town
RI. bonds, lotr IIl'rricane TownsBhig
R. bonds for Eastatoo Townshlip, 8
histrict No. 9, 24 ille,
"10, 1 0
* "' 11, 8~ '
18, 4
"16, 2 "
"19, 2 "
"' ' 23, 2
'81, 4
i "49, 2 "i
S. " 55, 3 I
pita On all malde citizenls between t1
as are exempt by law, wvill be collecte'
ao Dollar will be collected at the sau
sitizens5 between tile aiges of 18 tndil
by )aw, Unless saId tax is pdid by' ti
r'k upon the pub)lic highways will 1
and allver coir, United Stattes currel'ne
of lItate B3onds whicht become payal:
'mail inl rega'd t~o their takes *III ple
', stid inclitde postagO for a reply, a'
iltide the charge for collectiti1
Troissgr of PiknCony
We wish t thank mir friends an
)atrollalg givet'li us jn I)(),2 a,Id we
t. eolitinlluic; of pa t favors. We
to servo \ou ilI t)( t amlt our lOtt:o
th0 I)ast.
'ishiing you all a happy and proi
Yours; very ti
Folger & T
Clothing Shoces, llits m ut ients Fun
The South's (
Railway Syst
Anuy iip is a pleaisu
thlose who~ t ravel
Tlh rough 'TrlainIs ('onsist
\est tultts l'iIlalls am
.X11ll-d . ining Car
IJOCal Schw'du'.:<.
at A lildced ItitcS,
S. IT. 1 IA 1 il)W I(.'I,
\\'aShing.ftn, . C.
1L. \\'. ilIt NT',
Div. Pailssenwtr .\g"It,
('harlIohotonl , S.('
County of
Statement of AAppoiit s 1\I)j)()intmller
War 1 90,
Oflice Of, Cll%lIy Auditor, Lictkt
The Am1itor's books Iw-ill be o
of Jiutiary. 1903, 'or t1I
Returnvs of fleal anUti Pe
P~olls, iit f'or all sp&
Pickenis U(J
For the convnince'iIC of the p)ublic1
are announced:
Cailhoun J.iCTueIda .J Inmu-;y Ih i.
Ceuntral WednsIiy$lI JaLiir 7llWtih.
Cat eucenr 'l'huirsda; y ,Januoa ry Si bi.
L iberty F'riday~ Januar !miz9h.
l'io:kenis Saiturday . Jauary' 10th.
Crosw\ell, Wedne I to day, .Jl.uOuary 14t.1
Cross Platins, Thlursdayu, .Jantuiry I!
1Looper's Shop. F'riday, Janiua:ry I0
iel< ens. Saturday. .J:uimriny I hhii.
1liughos' Store, Moniday, .Januitry 1
P'umpkiontown, To'u slay, Jmmaiuiry
H oll y Sprtings WednI esd ay, Janua l
A..ikeni 's Store, 1lii Tulday.J Jauary i,
George IHoolnb's Residece, Fri
Picekens,~ Saturdniaoy, Jauuaryv 24thI.
Mile Creek, Monday, Juiary 2001
Praters, Tuuesdaiy, January 27th
Aft er thle 27th Ia Jainuary 1903, 1
Court I Vouse, contI iniuousI'lyi unil the L 20ith
t iime tho booksi willI be c'osed aiu lift.y (50)
for noni ret tins,
in orader to save con fuusioiinu In io
attend persouI1l nay t lhe 1 aking of all relui,
(erty or liable to) a poll assoYieismet aii e r
ioumnds andi be prepared to give lullI infort
nameo andl nuiber eel the schIool divticjt i
plopet y, lile bor taxatjin, is s-ituaiiteI.
) Shoubll any3 be iunablte to1 mieer the A
li teir interest to se him inii his ollce be
20t.h of Fabiiiry~ 19j
there isi a speci al le(~vy I for)scholi urposes
1(0 give the valile of anyi sib propel tj so
11 rettun in;aide by iniail will be d(
ull persons owniiI in propety iimist have ti
persol1 ally or b y aigenut duly nut111 hoiT/Cd to
and all retiuins mu,it he nauitlo utnder oath
1t weVill sae uc tm '.0 il hdL )t payer,
the Assessor,. if every. peris<i 'ICbefoe leavi
list ot every iltem 01 lpersonal poet
catItle,~ mile , shiee p a l goats, hgss, w at<
Wagons an ei art inges, dlogs, nierehhld ise
notes andl aiccountls above indeIbte~dness, u
Shousehlo'd gods
It is always r< quiredl that, the Audite
UndiLer thle he ad of pla ce of residentI
shdip. Andi all t ax,payerC s are requli red It
rict. 'They Ur Ich Io r.quested to atte u.
town or io the coutrty. And iI pai t lies
part in oro township andlE a part ini anoth
numnbetr o cres and valuat ion in eachi il
Ta'uXpayers rotturn whait t hey own on
The law'. COI requrs I hat ulil persotns os
ing charge of souch property, either as
All mnicej i'izens betweent tho ages (
iQ the 1st day of Januaitry, except those w
,* port from being mnumed, or Iromn other
e Confederate veterans aire excepted.
0In every community there are per
e not take a newspaper, Those more fort
)O favor by telling thbem or the time to make
Jioth real und perdonal property are
Ytimhe at the real value thercol, 11 proport
or iI there should be an inieqIuality in I he
propet ty the ainn will be retorred to the
correction. To avoid trouble of' this kin
soI would t'gu upon each taxpayer to mnat
Stion of hIs or bet' property.
:in POcBT:D
uda 1(0.
dt Cu1stomes' for tho liberal
hIop in thO future to morit
shall he better prepared
will always be as it oha in
perouM New Year, We are
ishing GoodS a specialty.
Irtrip to
vin The
1n(l N\Test
It Alagniticent,
('on:c hos. 1'n
t'rvYCe. E l'.C!
' all l +INsrba 1n,w onl saljo
Ast.. (;'i l'as. A(gent.
Atilat-ta, ( .
I. C;. I K .\l." .Iir.,
1)iv. P'aieenger" Agent,
Atlanta, Ga.
N Otice.
ts for taking Returns For
ns Couity, Nov. 7, 1902
1)ened on the first day
111u'pose of taking
onal property and
he followving appointmencfts
i-y 12th an i 13t:lh.
it h.
0Jt hi
,'y 21st.
h.), JanIuary' 2:31.
will be0 inl my ofilee, Pickens
!ay of Februnry 1* 903, after which
per cent penalty will ho added
vcid miisttakes, the Auditor will
!as, am11 aIll persons~ owning prop.
es e.i IIo meU tC4he Audlitor on his
untio asl 1 to his property and the
whiich hec livel; and ini which his
tiditor on his rounda, it will be
lore his~ books aro~ closedl on the
y' disicnt. or dist ricts in which
a.re recinest ed t o comeC I'Prare
itbIject to spleciail levy for 8schoo1
eeptedI, as thle law requiires that
same11( ret iirnied Io lt axation eit,ber
atted to the same for the owvner,
also g reat.ly faicilituate the work o
g home will make out a complete
in the following o'der: HIorse~s,
*hes, organ~s antd pian tos, buggies,
mnachmtery and engines, moneys,
nd( uill other propeCrty, including
r get tho first given name in full.
0 on tax r'eturn, givo the towns.
give numiiber ot their schiool die
lietber the r.roperty is situated in
in town antd part outside, or a
)1r township, so specify, giving the
the 1st day of January, 1908.
rnlinig proprlty 01r in anywis hlaY.
gent, husbandie., giurdiant, trustee1
same under oath to t he Auditor.
if twenty..onc unid sixty years1 on
ho are incapableh. of carnihg a sunia
causes, are deemied taxable pol{t.
sons who cannot readi or that d0
anate may dlo such personi agreoat
r'eturnfs or by ritu rning for themn.
to he a8ssed for' taxationa at tis
y Is returned at less than its valuS
Valuation of the Same c lasf
Ootuity B3oar'd of E~qualisation fot
d to both mnysolf and the taxpayer
o a full and fair return atad yalgs
AudhoQr hoegpg

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