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AT THE CHURCHES.
. BAPTIST. ^ rev. j. b. bozeman, pastor. Sunday Services.?Sunday school in the morning at 10 o'clock. THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. rev. j. c. johnes, rector. Sunday Services.?Morning services at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 5.00 p. m. ** Evening service at 8.30 o'clock. TRINITY METHODIST EPISCOPAL. rev. j. m. steadman, pastor. Sunday Services.?There will be preaching in the morning at 11 o'clock ; night service at 8.30 o'clock. Sunday ? school at 5 o'clock p. m. ^ ASSOCIATE REFORMED. rev. boyce h. grier, pastor. Sunday Services.?Services in the morning at 11 o'clock; evening services at 8.30 o'clock, and Sunday school in the morning at 10 o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN. rev. w. g. neville, pastor. Sunday Services.?Rev. Dr. Samuel A. Weber will preach in this church at 11 % o'clock in the morning, and Rev. W. T. Matthews, of Clinton college, will preach in the evening at 8.30. Sunday school in the afternoon at 5 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Neville will preach to the young ladies of Winthrop tomorrow morning, f ? jwial jfjotiitts. For Town Council. v The Enquirer is authorized to suggest the names of the following gentlemen who may be depended upon to give the town of Yorkville a clean, intelligent, business-like administration during the next two years: For Mayor?M. C. Willis. For Aldermen: Ward 1, W. M. Propst; Ward 2. R. J. Herndon : Ward 3, Geo. H. / O'Leary; Ward 4, Geo. W. Williams; Ward 5, J. W. Snider; Ward 6, S. M. McNeel. It York County Candidates. The following persons are candidates for office in York county, and they want the votes of the legal voters in York . county who read The Yorkville Enquirer : for solicitor sixth circuit. W. C. HOUGH, THOS. F. McDOW. for state senator. J. S. BRICE. for house of representatives. J. R. HAILE, W. B. de LOACH. THOMAS P. McDILL. for clerk of the court. J. A. TATE, J. J. HUNTER, W. H. STEWART, w bnewv wvt.ttt! FOR AUDITOR. W. W. BOYCE. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. H. A. D. NEELY. FOR SHERIFF. JOHN R. LOGAN, E. A. CRAWFORD. FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR. T. W. BOYD, T. GIB CULP, J. FRANK ASHE, JOHN F. GORDON. * FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION. JOHN E. CARROLL. FOR MAGISTRATE. York Township. D. C. CLARK. HYMENEAL. ^ .i . MinBivTi?At. the rpwirlpnpfi of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Caldwell, near Guthriesville, on May 30, 1900, at 8 o'clock p. m., by Rev. Boyce H. Grier, assisted by Rev. J. K. Hall, Mr. CLAUDE BELL and Miss ALICE CALDWELL. All of York county. Mr. and Mrs. Bell left Wednesday night on a bridal trip to Charleston. ? Blackberry Balsam, 25 Cts., for Summer Complaint. YORK DRUG STORE. FOR SOLICITOR 6TH CIRCUIT. I HEREBY announce myself as a candidate for SOLICITOR OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, subject to the rules governing the Democratic primary election. W. C. HOUGH. June 2 w te HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. WE are authorized to announce THOS. P. McDILL as a candidate for reelection to the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, subject to the result of the Democratic primary election. June 2 w te FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR. WE are authorized to announce T. W. BOYD as a candidate for the office of SUPERVISOR OF YORK COUNTY, subject to the result of the Democratic primary election. Tmma O nr to l? UUU ? *? ?w WE are authorized to announce T. GIB CULP as a candidate for reelection to the office of SUPERVISOR OF YORK COUNTY, subject to the result of the Democratic primary election. June 2 w te TOWN MEETING. A MEETING of the citizens of Yorkville is hereby called to be held IN THE COURTHOUSE this (FRIDAY) EVENING at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of hearing the financial and other reports of the town council for the year ending next Tuesday. W. R. CARROLL, It Intendant. V y TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. Estate of W. H. Warlick, Deceased. ALL persons indebted to the estate of W. H. WARLICK, deceased, are hereby notified to make immediate payment to the undersigned or to Dr. JOS. H. SAYE, at Sharon. Persons having claims against the said estate are requested to present the same, duly au thenticated, either to Dr. SA Y F, or to the undersigned, within the time prescribed by law. Mrs. R. N. RIGGINS, Executrix. June 2 s 3t - 1801--1900. SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE, COLUMBIA, 8. C. A. B., B. S., A. M., LLB., L. I. Courses. Spring Courses free for Teachers. Fourteen Professors ; 33,000 volumes in library; excellent laboratories, class-rooms, gymnasium, infirmary, athletic grounds. Tuition ?40, other fees ?18 a session; tuition remitted to needy students. Expenses ?135 to ?175 a session. Certified Pupils from forty-live Accredited Schools enter its Freshman Class without examination. Entrance and Normal Scholarship Examinations held at every county-seat, Friday, July 20,1900, by County Superintendents. Next session opens Sept. 26, 1900. For catalogue, address, F. C. WOODWARD, President. June 2 w 5t King's Mountain I YOBKVI A High Grade Military / T?BTAWT.Tt Classical, Scientific, Commerci SESSION BEGINS SEPTEMBER COL. BEVERLY A . COL. W. G. STEP* Pease! Pease! Pease! WE have just received TWO HUNDRED BUSHELS of nice, clean C*\z\xr V/XM>jr A V/W/VJV/ that we will sell at prices that will please. Also carload of TIMOTHY HAY, Al, the only kind we handle. Don't forget that we are headquarters for Flour and Heavy Groceries. We are selling Flour at from $3.00 a barrel up, and if we sell any that does not satisfy, we will refund your money. Don't spend your money without coming to see us. You will always find a hearty welcome at the same old stand, whether you buy anything or not. Give us a chance is all we ask. Grain Cradles and Corn will arrive in a few days. RIDDLE & CARROLL. DO YOU SMOKE? If so, call at my store and try a lucke rolled cigar. 1 Box of 100 for 92.26. As good as the average 5-cent Cigar. My line of Smoking Tobacco is the best in the community. Newport Cream Has made a home run. Sales increase each day. It is fast becoming famous. There's but one place to get it, and that's where everybody goes. ...York Drug Store... REGISTERED PHARMACIST. "Proof of the Pudding." ON next Monday and Tuesday, it is our_pun>ose to operate a BUCKEYE FRAMELESS BINDER on the farm of Mr. L. R. Williams, six milas east of Yorkville, on the Charlotte road, and expect the machine to do its own talking by sustaining every claim we have made for it. We expect it to prove that it will cut, bind and save all the wheat that is worth saving. We expect it to prove that there is no lighter running machine on the market. We expect it to prove that absolutely no machine pn the market is as simple in construction, is as easily bandied, or is more desirable. Every Farmer V who is interested or has any curiosity in the matter, is cordially invited to be on hand and see for himself whether or not the machine sustains us. Those who do this, if at any time in the future they decide to buy a Binder, will know whether or not it will be a Buckeye. YORK IMPLEMENT COMPANY. WANTED. A FILE of the YORKVILLE ENQUIRER from January 3, 1884, to May 8, 1884, containing the "REMINISCENCES OF YORK." For a complete tile we will send THE ENQUIRER for one year to any person who will furnish us the papers we want. L. M. GRIST SONS. May 23 s&w tf CLAY PEASE. I HAVE on hand FIVE HUNDRED BUSHELS of choice CLAY PEASE for sowing. Call aud see. BROOKS IN MAN. May 26 s tf Military Academy, LLE, S- C. vnd Preparatory School. iHED ibkpc Lai and Stenographic Courses. 5TH. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. l. DAVIS, I . .... 1ENS0N, 1 Superintendents. Arnica Salve and Witch Hazel for Piles, Cats, Etc. YORK DRUGSTORE. ? I How rv $ I About / | I Your f | ! f Watch? t I Does it keep the correct time? Or do ] vou have to set it every twenty-four hours? Do you know what is the matter 2 with it? Bring it to me \nd let me put it f in correct-time-keeping order. It may be t dirty and need cleaning. It may have a r coj^ broken. It may have a screw loose, or it may only need regulating. Bring it ? to me and no matter what ails it. I can ^ put it in first-class condition. My charges are very moderate and the work will be t done promptly. I also repair Jewelry and Clocks. For anything in my line see me. I can and do meet all competition. See my line of Spectacles and Eyeglasses. I can suit anyone with Glasses or Frames. THOS.W. SPECK, f Jeweler and Optician. ' C. & L. N. G. RAILROAD STOCK. S HOLDERS of stock of the Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge Railroad Co., will take notice that at a meeting of the stockholders of the Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company, held at Gastonia, N. 0., December 15,1899, the following resolutions were duly moved, consid- c ered and adopted, to wit: r "Resolved 1st. That the voting trustees of this company are hereby authorized and empowered to issue "Certificates of Rightto Stock" u* the holders of the old Chester and Lenoir N. G. Railroad stock, up to the first day of October, 1900, and tbat any of said stockholders who shall fail to present their stock by that date, shall be barred from having their old ^ stock exchanged into the stock of this company. I "Resolved 2nd. That this resolution be c published for two weeks in one paper, in each county through which this road e runs." Holders of certificates of stock of Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge Railroad company wisning 10 nave ineir sioctt tranferred into stock of the Carolina and North-Western Railway company, as required by the first resolution set forth, can forward their certificates to the undersign- ( ed for attention. , J. J. McLURE, I Secretary C. & N. W. Ry. Co. c Chester S. C., May 18,1900. s2t v i? a Blackberry Balsam for Diarrhea and Cramps. YORK DRUG STORE. NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION. WHEREAS, on the 19th day of May, A. D., 1900, a certificate of incorporation was issued to the town of York- q ville by the secretary of state, under the . seal of the'state, duly incorporating the 1 same under the provision of an act of the \ general assembly of this state entitled, rAd act to provide for the incorporation 1 of towns of not less than one thousand, f nor more than five thousand inhabitants," approved the fifth day of March, A. D., r 1896, with the privileges, powers, and im- i munities and subject to the limitations c prescribed in said act, and t Whereas, under said act the said town . of Yorkville is to be governed by a mayor *and six aldermen, who shall bold their offices for the term of two years, and until successors shall have been elected and qualified. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the town of Yorkville, that an election will be held at , YORK COURT HOUSE in said town, t ON TUESDAY, JUNE THE FIFTH, t A. D., 1900, for the purpose of electing a I MAYOR and SIX ALDERMEN for said C town of Yorkville, agreeably to the pro- ? visions of said act. / All male inhabitants residing in the f corporate limits of the said town, and qualified to vote at such municipal elec- 3 tion according to the provisions of the g constitution of this state, who being duly registered and who shall produce a muni- C cipal regisi ration certificate and proof of j the payment of all taxes assessed against them, shall be entitled to vote in this 1' election. c Tne polls will be opened at 8 o'clock in the forenoon and kept open until 4 o'clock r in the afternoon. And at the same time and place, an el- I ection will be held for TWO TRUSTEES r for Yorkville Graded school to serve for next four years, in the place of J. J. t Hunter and S. L. Miller, whose terms of office have expired. t A. F. McConnell, John J. Hunter and I. B. Gordon are hereby appointed mana- ^ gers to conduct s?dd election. Said managers will qualify as prescrib- ? ed in said act. By order of the town council of the /-vQnnth nurnlina W"R! CARROLL, Intendant Town of Yorkville. Attest:? P. W. Love, Clerk of Council. Yorkville, S. C., May 25th, A. D., 1900. t May 25 s 2t f ANNOUNCEMENT. I HAVE this day assoeiated in business with me, Mr. MASON L. CARROLL, than whom you will find no one more worthy of your confidence. And though he needs no introduction from me, I bespeak for him the liberal patronage of many friends and customers formerly accorded me. Very Respectfully, J. H. RIDDLE. Yorkville, S. C., May 17,1900. May 19 s 3t ? CLEAN SWEEP REMNANTS! Here is Where Fifty Cents Goes For One Dollar! ?* The Wise Will Not 9 Put Off Until Tomorrow That Which Should Be Bone Today! There is an old proverb that suggests the foolishness of trying o get a dollar's worth of value for fifty cents. We have not been ible to do this often in our experience, and we do not imagine that nany others have been much more lucky in this line than ourelves. But there are exceptions to all rules ; this one as well. During the past week our store corps has been employed collecting 11 Al- _ _ J J _ ? J J_ _f 1 1 J I_a._ t. 15 in tne ouus aiiu cuus ui uxukcii aiiu supciuuuus iiiica mdiicpicscui he, chips and splinters of an unusually heavy spring trade, and narking them at prices that will make them go. In every case the roods are worth the money at the former selling price, and those vho find among them what they need, will have a right to feel hat they are getting a dollar for fifty cents. FORTY YARDS OF PERCALE FOR ONE DOLLAR! In the list of goods referred to we find about 60 Summer Suits or boys, made of good material, which will wash like a dishrag. Phey are for boys of from 4 to 8 years of age, and they have been elling at 75 cents a suit. The price now is only 48 cents a suit 40 YARDS OF LAWN FOR ONE DOLLAR! Also 50 Suits of the same style ; but of a better quality for boys >f from 8 to 12 years. They have been selling at $1.50 a Suit Phe price now is only 98 cents. FORTY YARDS OF PERCALE FOR ONE DOLLAR! We have 25 dozen Linen Collars, standing and turn down, in various styles, that have been selling at 10 cents each. The price low is only 5 cents each. Also 50 dozen Zylonite or Celluloid :ollars, formerly worth 10 cents each, now being sold at 5 cents :ach. 40 YARDS OF LAWN FOR ONE DOLLAR! Another handsome bargain is to be found in 20 dozen Linen :uffs that have been selling this week at 25 cents a pair. They lave been cut to 10 cents. Twenty-five dozen Laundried Negligee Shirts with collars attached, at 25 cents ; and there are still on hand ibout 25 dozen of those Undershirts that we are selling at 10 cents. FORTY YARDS OF PERCALE FOR ONE DOLLAR! But it is in Shoes that we are able to offer the widest range of :lioice and perhaps some of the best values. That we have several mmense lines of Shoes fresh from the manufacturers, has already >een made known. In stock, however, there is quite an accumu ation of odds and ends, in some instances only a single pair of :ertain makes. In other cases there are long lines of various nakes which, though good, we do not expect to carry any more >ecause of our stronger faith in other makes that we know )etter. All these we propose to get rid of as rapidly as possible, lividing the cost with customers. Listen here ! 40 YARDS OF LAWN FOR ONE DOLLAR! First on the list we find 50 pairs of Gentlemen's Low Cut Shoes hat are now selling at $1.50 a pair. The price now is 94 cents a >air. 50 pairs Ladies' Sandals, reluced from $1.50 to 75 cents a pair. ^^Hlf r5 pairs Ladies' Oxfords, reduced den's Fine Shoes, of various educed to from 95 cents to $1.50 a >air. The reduced price has been . narked in large figures on every >ox so the customer can see across he counter what each pair is lAf I |S/\n/%| AC vorth. We do not expect these WW m la* I^OUGLAS roods to remain long. 33 SHOE THE* WORLD. FORTY YARDS OF PERCALE FOR ONE DOLLAR! If people know a good thing when they see it, not one pair of he Shoes indicated will be in our store one week from today, rhe matter is worth investigating. 40 YARDS OF LAWN FOR ONE DOLLAR! J. M. HEATH & CO. I. L. WILLIAMS, Manager. AUCTION SALES. CLERK'S SALE. The State of South Carolina?County of York. in the court op common pleas. B. F. Scoggins, Plaintiff, vs. S. W. Mitchell et al., Defendants?Notice of Sale. BY virtue of a decree made in the above entitled cause, dated 23d April, 1900, I will expose to public sale in front of York courthouse door, on the FIRST MONDAY IN JUNE (salesday) the following described real property: All that certain piece, parcel or tract of land, together with the buildings thereon, situated and lying within the incorporate limits of the town of Hickory Grove, county of York, state aforesaid, being the same lot of land purchased by said S. W. Mitchell from Dr. J. G. Black on 27th day of September, 1898, bounded on the south by mill lot, on the east by the right of way of the S. C. <fc G. E. railroad, on the north by McDill street, on the west by Peachtree avenue, and containing ONE ACRE, more or lees. Terms of Sale?ONE-HALF CASH, and balance on a credit of twelve months secured by the purchaser's bond and a mortgage of the premises sold. Purchaser must pay for all papers, including revenue ana recording fees. Purchaser must comply with his bid within one Vtrtn** frnm fimo r\f oalo av r\mmi'ooo will UUU1 11UUJ UUIC l/l OOIU| VI LSAULAIUXXTO VT IU be resold at once at the risk of the defaulting purchaser. Purchaser has privilege of paying bis entire bid in cash. W. BROWN WYLIE, Clerk of Court Common Fleas, May 19 s 3t CLERK'S SALE, The State of South Carolina?County of York. in the court of common pleas. Sarah F. Gist, Administratrix. Plaintiff, vs. James McKnight et al., Defendants.?Notice of Sale. BY virtue of a decree of sale made in the above entitled cause, April 23rd. 1900, 1 will expose to publio sale in front of York courthouse door, on the FIRST MONDAY IN JUNE, 1900, (salesday): 1st. All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land situated in the town or Yorkville, county of York, state aforesaid, on California street, said lot deeded to James McKnight by Ella H. Watson, and containing ONE-THJRD OF ONE ACRE, more or less. 2nd. All that other parcel or lot of land situated in the town of Yorkville, county of York, state aforesaid, on north side of Pinkney road, being the same lot of land conveyed to James McKnight by 8. R. Moore, said deed recorded in Book "A," pages 328 and 329. Terms of Sale?ONE-THIRD CASH and the balance on a credit of twelve months with interest from day of sale, secured by the purchaser's bond and a mortgage of the premises, with privilege to purchaser to pay entire bid in cash. Purcbqper must comply with his bid within one hour from time of sale or the v premises will be resold at once at the risk of the defaulting purchaser. Purchaser must pay for all papers, revenue stamps and recording fees. W. BROWN WYLIE, Clerk of Court of Common Pleas. May 19 s 3t SHERIFF'S TAX SALE. BY virtue of a TAX EXECUTION to . me directed, and in conformity to an act of the general assembly, approved December 24, 1887, and amendments thereto, passed and approved, I will expose to public sale, in front of the COURT HOUSE OF YORK COUNTY, during the legal hours of sale, on the FIR8T MONDAY IN JUNE, next, being thp 4th day of June, 1900, the following described real estate, to satisfy taxes, penalties and costs, due by taxpayer named, for the fiscal year commencing January 1st, 1899. to wit: Joseph Thornburg?One tract of land in King's Mountain township, containing two hundred and twenty-four acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Mrs. E. C. .ruraiey, Mrs. jyi. j. ruraiey, w. u. Brown and others. Taxes, penalties and costs, $19.46. , Terras of sale?Cash. JOHN R. LOGAN, 8. Y. C. May 12 s 4t CANNED MEATS. IF you can't get any fresh meat at the market these summer days, don't worry. Come to my store where you can Set almost anything in the Canned Goods feat line you are looking for. I carry in stock such things as Beefsteak and Onions, Star Ham, Boned Chicken, Lunch Tongue, Corned Beef, Ham and Pork, Stewed Kidneys, Frankfort Sausage, Dried Beef, etc. _ LOUIS ROTH. PAINT IT "RED!" OR any other old color which you might prefer. We repaint buggies, wagons and all kinds ot vehicles at the fairest prices. You select the colors and "we do the rest," IN A MOST WORK- / MAN"LIKE MANNER. We do all kinds of repair work?no, A-rniian TTS. wo arfi misleading vou. for we only do the BEST. What we intended to say waa that we repair EVERYTHING IN THE BEST MANNER, and will specify in this instance that our repair work is confined to WOOD AND IRON. Horse Shoeing! We, at all times keep in our employ, a first-class HORSE SHOER. He can shoo Mules also, and in ordinary times he can shoe a Jerusalem pony. In the summer time he can shoo a fly! When you want anything in our line, see us. H. T. GRIST. AT ALL TIMES WE expect to be in position to supply HOKSES and MULES to the trade, and we wish to assure every one that they will be dealt fairly with. We sell Stock under a SOLID GUARANTEE and our TERMS WILL BE MADE TO SUIT THE PURCHASER. Let us know what kind of a Horse or Mule you desire and we will furnish it at a reasonable price. Our Livery Department is first-class in every respect and we will furnish teamsdouble or single?on short notice. Call and see us. We will be glad to see you. Yours for Business, KERR-KIMBALL LIVE STOCK CO., Yorlcvllle, 8. C. Terms to suit. Satisfaction Guaranteed.