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Barron bridge, over Allison creek. Several other smaller items of damage have been reported to the supervisor. ^ ProllOe OatM. ^^n the yard of Mr. Henry Baird, near India Hook church, in Ebenezer township, there is a bunch of oats that has sprung from a single seed, and which includes 250 stalks. The reporter gets the Information from Mr. W. E. Gettys, who glvea. it on the authority of Mr. Baird, and there is no reason to question' the reliability of the statement. Damage to the C. & IV.-W. The damage to the Carolina and North-Western railroad on account of the flood in the Catawba last week, was in the neighborhood of $10,000. The bridge at Cliffs was the principal loss. The work of repairing the damage has been pushed very rapidly, and within a few davs more trains will be passing through to Lenoir as before. Hpmlclde In Bethel. ^^John Lindsay shot and killed Will Jackson, at Glenn's store, in Bethel township, Monday afternoon. Both are Negroes. No definite particulars have been received further than that the reporter is informed that the Negroes were in the store together, apparently friendly. They went out and within a few minutes shooting was heard. Lindsay came back into the store, bleeding from a wound in the head and hand. Jackson was found dead. Lindsay left shortly afterward and at last accounts * had not been apprehended. Rock Hiiro New Paotor. Special of Sunday to the Columbia State: Since the Rev. Dr. Alexander Sprunt accepted the call to the First church of Charleston, the First Presbyterian church of this city has been without a pastor. A congregational meeting was held after sendee this morning, for the purpose of choosing one to whom a call should be extended. In the election?held by ballot?four ministers received votes. The large majority favoring the call of the Rev. R. B. Eggleston, of Norfolk, Va., the choice was by a rising vote made unanimous and that gentieman was elected. Will Be Rebuilt. The new hotel at Cliffs, which was washed away last week, will be rebuilt within the next few weeks. So said Colonel L. T. Nichols to the reporter + last Saturday afternoon. The building was washed from its foundations and carried down the river. There was a report to the effect that it was the cause of the break in the Southern trestle at Belmont; but this was a mistake. The building separated before it had gone a great distance down the stream, ^ and the various sections of it lodged against trees, in eddy water. Much of the timber, of course, continued on down the river. Colonel Nichols says that no time will be lost in replacing the building on a somewhat safer foundation, and it is his expectation to be able to entertain many summer visitors before the hot season reaches its v height. .SOUTfl CAROLINA NEWS. Engagement^ Off. E. J. Watson telegraphs the Columbia State from Knoxville, Tenn., that on account of developments at Gaflfney, all of Senator McLaurln's appointments except possibly that at Newberry, have been canceled. I'ncle Billy Rose Dead. William Rose, colored, aged 89 years, ' died in Columbia last Saturday morning. "Uncle Billy" was born a slave. He went as a drummer to the Seminole w war in 1836; to the Mexican war, and to the civil war. He volunteered to go to Cuba. He has held the office of messenger since 1876, to the governor, notwithstanding all political changes and upheavals on account of his fidelity to the white men's party before 1876. He was courier and captain on the staff of Governor McSweeney, and sergeant in a local white military company. He brought back General Pierce Butler's body from Mexico, and General Gregg's from Fredericksburg. He witnessed the running of the first train In South Carolina; was here when Lafayette made his triumphal tour of America in 1825. and beat the muffled drum at Calhoun's funeral. He was buried with military honors. John R; Stuckey Pardoned. > Columbia State, Sunday: Governor McSweeney yesterday pardoned John R. Stuckey, who was convicted of manslaughter in July, 1899, in Spartanburg county and sentenced to 10 years in the state, prison. The case has been under careful consideration for some time. Stuckey killed his bookkeeper in his store at Spartanburg and there was much talk over the case at the time, V. Stuckey always claimed self-defense, and it was afterwards claimed that the result of the examination of the books, ruled out as evidence, would have nullified certain testimony which really caused the conviction. The result was laid before the governor and sustained the claim made. Judge Gary and the jury recommended the pardon in view of the above and Judge Gage made a strong plea for the pardon. He had known Stuckey well. Hon. Stanyarne Wilson strongly urged the pardon. W. A. Law, president of the Central bank of Spartanburg, also wrote the governor in behalf of the prisoner. Besides Prayer meeting this afternoon at 5.0< o'clock. jtywial jfjotire. At Bethel Chapel. . The Lord's supper will be administered at Bethel Chapel next Sunday afternoon, after sermon. W. B. Arrowood, Pastor. King's Mountain Chapel. Rev. Dr. S. A. Weber will preach al King's Mountain Chapel on the first Sunday of June. 2t Beth-Shlloh and Allison Creek. There will be communion service at Beth-Shlloh on the first Sabbath ol June. Preaching at 11 o'clock on "Sabbath morning. Preparatory services will begin on the Friday night before. Also preaching at Allison Creek on the first Sabbath of June at 3.30 p. m. Sabbath school will begin at a quarter before 3 o'clock. W. A. Hafner. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) Lucas County, j Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and State aforesaid, ana that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. ?^ A. W. GLEASON, [ Notary Public. | oriaui j Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials. free. F. J. CHENEY it CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are thebest. I# TAKE COUGH EASE. It cures. YORK DRUG STORE. ?he gorfcmtle dfotton $RaiM Corrected Semi-Weekly by Messrs. Latta Bros. Yorkville, May 28, 2 p. m.?The local market stands: Middling 1\ Fully Middling 7g Good Middling 7J Fully Good Middling 7J Latta Bros. FOLDING KEY, OF a House Door Lock, found near Bethany and left at THE ENQUIRER office, for the owner after he identifies it and pays for this advertisement. THE ENQUIRER. PERLE OPERA COMPANY In Opera House, Wednesday Night, May 29. STRONG company of TWELVE ARTISTS, presenting the "BEGGAR KING," an entertainment that pleases and delights all classes. Reserved seats now on sale at the store of W. B. MOORE & CO. Some Things You Need THAT you will find at STARR'S DRUG STORE: Stlckey Fly Paper. Fly Poison Paper. Paris Green Kills Bugs. Rubbers for Fruit Jars. Watermelon and Cantaloupe Seed. White Rock Ginger Ale. Campbell's Anti-Ferment. Garden Bush Beans. Late Cabbage Seed. Harris Lithia Water. Cornfield Beans. A full and complete stock of Drugs and Medicines. JAS. M. STARR & CO., Leading Druggists. BUGGIES, WAGONS, HARNESS. HAVING just closed the most successful Horse and Mule season we have ever had, we are devoting our attention more particularly to BUGGIES, WAGONS and HARNESS. Our leaders are the BABCOCK, COLUMBIA and JEWEL BUGGIES. Being practical buggy users ourselves we think we KNOW what we are talking about when we say they are without equal in each of their grades. Wa c?,ii nr.ns WArrnvs Thov hnvp but two faults. Carry too much weight and run too light. On hands we have a few SECOND HAND BUGGIES that MUST be sold. Remember our GUARANTEE. GLENN & ALLISON. A fine Mule on hands for sale. JOHN B. WILLIAMS. Family and Fancy Hroceries. NEW GOODS. WITH each day comes new and fresh eatables to my store. I buy goods In small quantities, get them in and then get them out. In this way I am able to keep my stock up to the top notch in freshness and variety. The longer goods, and especially Groceries, are kept in stock, the less the value, For fresh goods just come and see me. Say, have you tried one of my Montebello Hums? They are tif? nicest that have ever come this way, and my price is just right. If you use Condensed Milk, of course you want the BEST. The BEST is the Eagle Brand I have It, just in. and at the right price. I have the best quality of Vanilla ami Lemon Extract. If you want a Broom, a new Broom see me. [ have the Brooms. JOHN B. WILLIAMS. SUMMER SCHOOL. The summer school win be hold In the GRADED SCHOOL, (WIlHon) building. AT YORKVILLE, beginning on MONDAY. JUNE 10TH, at r. o'clock p. in. Miss Fulton, of the Columbia Female college, will have charge of the work in drawing. A number of plcnsnnt boarding places have been secured, and everything possible will be done for the comfort and 0 convenience of the attending teachers. john e. carroll. May 29 w 2t AN ORDINANCE, Fixing the Commutation Street Tax, 1 the time of Payment thereof, the Number of Days' Labor Required in Lieu of said Tax, the Time for the Performance of said Labor, the Penalty for the Non-payment of said Tax or the Non-performance of said La? bor in the Town of Yorkville, South Carolina, during the year 1901. BE it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, the Town Council of the Town of Yorkville, South Carolina: . Section 1. That all persons subject to road duty under the laws of the state of South Carolina, residing within the cor porate limits of the Town or xorKvuie, shall, BETWEEN THE 15TH DAY OF JUNE, 1901, and the 15TH DAY OF JULY, 1901, pay to the town treasurer of the said town, at his office, a Commutation Tax of TWO DOLLARS. . Provided, that said Commutation Tax be not paid by THE 15TH DAY OF JULY, 1901, then said Commutation Tax shall be THREE DOLLARS, if the same be paid by August 1st, 1901. Section 2. That in lieu of the payment of the Commutation Tax as aforesaid, all persons liable for road duty as ' aforesaid, may perform six days' labor ' upon the streets of said town, Provided, said labor be performed by the 15th day of July, 1901; and Provided further, that said labor be not performed by the 15th : day of July, 1901, but by the 1st day of - August, 1901, then said person shall and may perform, in lieu of the Commutation Tax due at said date, eight 1 days' labor upon the streets of said town. Section 3. That on and after the 1st day of August, 1901, all persons violating the foregoing provisions of this ordinance, shall, upon conviction, be sentenced to pay a fine of FIVE DOLLARS, or labor upon the streets of the town or the public works of York county for a period of fifteen days. Done and ratified in Council assembled this 22d day of May, 1901. M. C. WILLIS, Mayor Of the Town of Yorkville, S. C. Attest: I [Seal]. ! P. W. Love, Clerk of Council. ! May 28 w 2t i CREAM CHEESE. WHEN things to eat are somewhat out of season is the time that an 1 article tastes best. We have just received some real fancy Full Cream Cheese, and if you want a real good article in Cream Cheese you will find it. It is just a little late in the season for most dealers to have cheese, but you will find it here of just the quality vnn wnnt If there is anything In the Canned Meat line that you want just make a note of it and come to see us. We have what you want, and you wont have to go any farther. C. P. LOWRANCE & CO. A. /T^ <T^ A A /T^ A /Tl A /T^ A A A /Tl A A Z1 T *1' -f t, j QUALIT I When ? In the fierce competition ? rlflced for PRICE. We buy 'oi | AND DRUGS, and NEVER P & HIGH STANDARD of quality. \ ? IT in order to meet competition, tl g It is often remarked that the drug I are old and often inert. Now. len< you a bit on the subject. We hav< pharmacies (ail in cities), and cai and Chemicals, and especially invl store Is stocked with Preparatk EVERY RESPECT to any Drug only wish every one was familiar themselves, and we would cordial from the Soda Fount to the Presc that are NOT EXCELLED IN < IN COMPOUNDING your pres< YORK DRU Registered ,-T^ A /Tv A / r, A /A A A. -t. ,T\ A A. A A ST\ A m A 4- (f WTWTVTWTVTwtvtwT PADMPDQ i iillJILMlU| If your wheat and oat crop is not larg? enough to justify the purchase of a McCormick Binder?the best' harvesting machine?you had better see us and buy one of our celebrated 14 Finger Grain Cradles, Fitted With a Dunn Edge Blade. Will sell you at a low price? very low, in fact. If you need a Grain Cradle you can save money if you will see us before we sell out. Suppose you see us today and thus be sure that you will get one of our 14 Finger Grain Cradles. 1 &T Remember that we sell the Mc! Cormlek Harvesting Machinery, the acknowledged BEST. ) RIDDLE & CARROLL. ??'<)!< HALKf I HAVE for sale an EXTRA WELL BRED BULL CALF. This calf is . individually very fine, and represents > the BEST OF BLOOD known to the ^ Jersey race. His dam is a heavy and persistent milker. Write to W. H. HICKLIN, Oakhurst Farm, Guthrlesville, S. C. ' fcfl TAKE COUGH EASE. It cures. YORK DRUG STORE. J. J. KELLER & CO., DOORS. WE are now prepared to ta"ke orders for the manufacture of FINE DOORS and MOULDINGS of all kinds, i The work will be delivered promptly and at prices in competition with the world. CARPENTER TOOLS. Employing, as we do, a large number of carpenters, we have found It to the Interest of ourselves and to the men to rtnrnr ft ftlaftf otnnU of Pq rnontor Tnnla We know what GOOD TOOLS are and our experience enables us to select the BEST. We sell close. HARDWARE. We carry Nails, Screws, Hinges, Door Locks, Night Latches and other hardware used in housebuilding. I J. J. KELLER & CO. Yorkville, S. C. The Ladies Who have examined my line of Parasols say they are the prettiest and the richest ever seen in this ; town. If you haven't examined them I'd be glad to have you call and examine my stock. ! < T. W. Speck. i i ________________________ PEERLESS ICE CREAM FREEZERS. WE have PEERLESSS ICE CREAM FREEZERS. They are ' recognized as the BEST on the market. All users of the PEERLESS are pleased with it. We have ICE BOXES. Ice Boxes are the most convenient receptacle in which to keep ice, milk, meats, fruits, etc. We have Ice Picks, and Ice Shavers, at j W. B. MOORE & CO.'S. LEATHER BELTS. WE have a nice line of Leather Belts for gentlemen at W. B. MOORE & CO.'S. SCREEN DOORS, WINDOWS. YOU will find Screen Doors and Windows at W. B. MOORE & CO.'S. MATTING AND CARPETS. YOU will find CANE MATTINGS and GAFFNEY CARPETING to be CHEAPER at W. B. MOORE & CO.'S than anywhere else, Columbia, \ Charlotte or Charleston not excepted. W. B. MOORE & CO. SHADES, POLES, Easles, rugs, tables, hall 1 racks, dining tables, etc., j are all to be found at our place at the < right prices. 1 w. b. moore & co. ptTwTwVVTw "wTwWrTwTw'rWTvi/vwT Is Remembered J PRICE Is Forgotten. I 2II 1 of today, QUALITY is often sac- ? \ ily the "PUREST CHEMICALS $ 1 ERMIT a deviation from OUR fij J Ve'd rather SHAVE OUR PROF- & J lan use drugs of an Inferior grade. $ I s sold by druggists In small towns X I 3 us your ear and let us enlighten 3! I ? been employed in several modern ^ i claim some knowledge of Drugs ? te attention to what we say. Our ? >ns and Chemicals, EQUAL IN I ? Store in our larger cities, and we ? enough with Drugs to judge for & 1 ly Invite you to inspect our stock a .Tiption Department. For DRUGS ? W: QUALITY, and for ACCURACY | L) iriptions, call at the T ? ar "C3- STORE, I th Pharmacist. T & ?????????J $ gl ^ /Ti STl /T^ /T^ /T\ "f -y r^; -f rj 'f fjl ry -f *y r^J f' rj J fj J f J) ?^^??^^?er 'T"T aa 1 o I" i i WHY ARE THE ilRDSSIAN PEOPLE N j DISSATISFIED? ||s I 1 j S* < > Anybody interested in < sh JI this question will learn J gh < a good deal by reading < ij j; THE < f0 < < ta GUNMAKER OF j i :! rioscow i " <? ' ^ 4 T \; Sylvanus Cobb, Jr.'s < * < - Famous Story. < 41 < J t All readers of this pa- < re 1 per will have the oppor- \ \ f0 J; tunity of perusing it as < > th < we have purchased the J | or ; | serial rights and the first ?? < chapters will be pub- \ \ * lished soon. ?? ? < < > i: Do Not Fail i:| il To Read It j| u ? O CI I _ _ < HOT WEATHER CLOTHING, The weather of the pas few days has been such a to give an idea of what i coming. And with the ac vent of the hot numbers c June, July and August th men folks will be lookin| for "kool and kumfertabl klothing." But it will nc take much hunting, as w have just what you are looli ing for. We have Cras' Suits, Linen Suits, Flanne Suits, Alpacca Coats, Serg Coats, Skeleton Lined am all other kinds of hot weath sr Clothing. Along witl 3ur varieties you will fim choice patterns for tastefu dressers, choice qualities ii perfect fitting garments, am low prices?lower than yoi will find elsewhere. Com to see us for cool clothing. YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION Is called to our sack suits h All Wool Crash. The coa is skeleton lined, and mad I-a ond iiroi f TTotlA Cr?1T1<: L\J 111 anu vvvait i.xauv4?jvijiiv ly finished throughout, am comfort in every inch c them; A rich bargain (? f at price, only i Ask to see our Black am White Checked Sack Suits All wool and hard finished This is a good looking Sui and doesn't deceive its goo< Looks. The price (|*? C/ per suit is only tpV/MJl and at this figure they car not last long. Better ge 3ne while its here. BOYS' CLOTHING We have Boys' Clothing in all sizes from 3 to n years, at from 50 cents up t $7.50. Youths' 3-piece suit from 14 to 10 years, at fror $2 up to $10, in all kinds 0 styles. H. C. STRAUSS & CO 14 FINGER GRAIN CRADLES FT" E have a lot of Grain Cradles se ' V us direct from the factory. Th e now ready for sale at Cash Prlc hich will save you money to buy th ay. An assortment of good Brooms 3W prices. Try our Montello Hams, mild cur id saia 10 De me r j?aoi nttuia e market. We are still taking orders for LAM CO.'S CLOTHING. We propose ve you the BEST GOODS, WOR! ANSHIP and SATISFACTION in e y respect. Any one desiring Clothi this sort we will be glad to have y :amine our samples and we will sun ve you money on Tailor Made Clot g. W. M. KENNEDY, Agent THE MUTUAL BENEFIT. 10 secure to your children frien< . they should have?CHARACTE To secure to them Character, th ould have-A MOTHER'S INFL1 MCE. To secure a Mother's Influence, th ould have?^A_HOME^ To secure to them a Home, th ould have?ATMINCOME. To secure to them an Income, th iould have the protection of LU JSURANCE. No better security or surer provisi r the future can be anywhere c ined than that offered by the If] IJAL BENEFIT LIFE INSU] NCE COMPANY. SAM M. GRIST, Special Agent 'WO ORGANS AND ONE PIAN( rUST received and opened. They e ady for inspection. They wereboug r CASH VERY LOW; that mea at my price on them IS LOW. S( i the "time" plan with MY GUA NTEE on every one. R. J. HERNDON KNABE SQUARE PIANO j^OR sale at a low price, on ea " terms. Seven years in use, b mdition perfect. May be examin id tested at my residence. Also n< JEAL SEWING MACHINE, ches ill on or write to J. O. WALKER, Yorkvllle, S. C May 22 w ti ~| Farm Implements. W E have in stock some DEERE DISC CULTIVATORS, Which are guaranteed to do all that is claimed for them?which is a great deal. The implement will speak for itself when tested. One hand with two mules operating the implement, will do the work of four hands and four mules the old way. Also have in stock a lot I of WALKING CULTIVATORS that do "" nice work. Remember we have on exit hibltlon the well-known harvester?the S BUCKEYE BINDER. Any one in need S of such can see for themselves what 1. 4 they are buying. We also have a good ^ lot of BINDER TWINE, nice and e smooth. We bought It right; and will y sell It the same way. e . Yours to serve when In need, e YORK IMPLEMENT CO. h J. W. CASTLES & CO., >1 THE LEADERS. Illoltory Grove, 8. C. e _ d YOU LOSE MONEY l" \\l HEN you go right through HlckL V ory Grove on your way to Rock Hill or Yorkvllle, to buy Dry Goods ^ of any description. We not only sell , goods equal to what you will get In .1 either of those two places, or elsewhere for that matter; but we sell them just 1 a as cheap and perhaps cheaper, as we d can do this because of our small expenses. We ^Iso save you your railroad 11 fare, which Is anywhere from one to two dollars for each trip. And then ' c again you can come to us and get Just what you want In Millinery, Dress Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, etc., In a very short space of time, and when you go to a "foreign port" It takes at 1 least a day. Take the hint and buy 1 your goods from the Hickory Grove leaders, J. W. CASTLES & CO. G. H. (PL EARY. a FURNITURE! FURNITURE!! "T UST received two car loads of Furg tl nlture. Knowing what the ( trade needs and having bought right, !- under these conditions It Is no trouble dto please and sell. Here you will find everything that is found In a FIRST>f CLASS Furniture Store, at prices that 1 take. G. H. O LEARY. STOVES! STOVES!! * "1117 E are still agents for the NOBLE dyy STOVES. Our most popular sellers are the IRON KING, ELMO and COTTON KING. These Stoves have been sold here for over THIRTY . 1. years. Praise Is unnecessary, as they x. are already too well known to require 1 It. We also keep a line of good, cheapd er stoves. G. H. O'LEARY. ) CARPETS, MATTINGS AND RUGS. /CARPETS, MATTINGS, RUGS, ^ FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS, LINOLE1. UMS, WINDOW SHADES, CURTAIN POLES, PICTURES, EASELS, PICt TURE FRAMES, MIRRORS, etc. A large stock of the above named goods. G. H. O LEARY'S. SADDLES AND HARNESS. ' TT7E have on hand a full stock of Saddles, Harness, etc., of our own manufacture, which Is a guaran7 tee as to quality, and keep a full stock 5 of goods of the class, all of which will ^ be sold cheap, at Q G. H. O'LEARY'S. a MARCH f Generally means High Winds. < High Winds 1 ' May mean " FIRE! ' High Winds and Fire 1 Always mean ,nt DESTRUCTION. , S The first Law of Nature, iat at is Self Protection. " PROTECTION of self in on the shape of PROPERTY. " m I sell INSURANCE which ^ k- PROTECTS you against loss, ng Fire, Life, Accident, Jj" Wind-Storms, Lightning, Etc. fl h" C. M. KUYKENDAL. Office In Kuykendal Building,? "In It every day." < 4 REMEMBER THE DEAD? THE LIVING CARE TOR 3s, THEMSELVES. ?; ITTHEN you remember the dead of ev VV your family, you show to the 1 world that your love for them is not ? mZ buried with the body. It Is a duty you " owe yourself and to the one that is gone, to place a neat Monument or < y Tombstone over the last resting place of departed loved ones. To do this the _ ey expense is not great, and it shows to the world that your love for the dead is as lasting as stone. If you have rela- l ey tives burled in unmarked graves do not j let it remain so, when the expense of 1 __ marking the grave properly is so small. Get my prices and see the styles of work I have to offer you. on FRANK HAPPERFIELD. >b- In the rear of the Kennedy Building, ff J9 j Lfe personal attention, with long exVJ perience, given at all times. All 2 :ht grades and priced woods in COFFINS \ and CASKETS. Latest equipment in J ns trappings, etc. Robes, Gloves, Slippers * ann Stockings carried in stock. Fine J lid Hearse for town and country use. W. B. MOORE A CO. ' R York BrickWorks. ] W. N. ASHE, Proprietor. j We are now making millions of Brick, sy and are ready to meet all demands wholelUt sale or retail, at figures that are right. W. N. ASHE, [p. Yorkville and Rock Hill. tar TAKE COUGH EASE. It cures, f YORK DRUG STORE. e AUCTION SALES. CLERK'S SALE. The State of Sooth Carolina?County of York. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. David K. Jackson et al., Plaintiffs, vs. Alice E. Lawrence et al., Defendants. BY virtue of a decree made in the above entitled case, at the April . term, 1901, directing the sale of the Col. ANDREW JACKSON PLACE, for partition, I shall expose to public sale, at YORK COURT HOUSE, on the FIRST MONDAY IN JUNE, 1901: All that plantation situated In said county and state on "Moore's Branch," head-waters of Allison's creek, known as the ANDREW JACKSON HOME PLACE, containing THREE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-SEVEN AND ONE-HALF ACRES, more or less, and bounded by lands of J. R. Wallace, Mrs. Mattle J. Lattimore, J. W. D. Gillespie, J. W. Beamguard, J. R. Wallace again, A. M. Jackson and J. W. Neil. Terms?CASH. Purchaser to pay for papers; not to get possession until end of year; and not to get the rents of 1901. _ w. utiyj w in w iijit;, (jierk'or Court. May 15 w 3t CLERK'S 8ALE. The State of South Carolina?County of York. in the court op common pleas. C. G. Parish, Trustee, Plaintiff, against Mollle E. Dobson et al., Defendants. BY virtue of a decree made In the above stated cause, dated 26th April, 1901, I will expose to public sale In front of York Court House door, during the legal hours of sale, on the FIRST MONDAY IN JUNE, SALESDAY, the following described real property, to wit:* 1st. All that certain lot of land situated In the town of Yorkville, county of York, and state aforesaid, known as the "BLAIR BURNT LOT," fronting on Main or Congress street, bounded by the Adams brick store building, Lot No. 3, below described, and the S. L. Miller brick store lot. 2d. All that certain lot In the town of Yorkville, county and state aforesaid, lying to the rear of Lot No. 1, above described, bounded by lots of J. F. Lindsay, F. E. Smith, the Adams brick store lot and others, consisting of ONE-THIRD OF AN ACRE, more of l6ss 3d. All that lot of land situated In the town of Yorkville, county and state aforesaid, bounded on the north by Madison street; on the east by lots of J. W. Dobson, Grist, Walker and others; bounded on the south by the homestead lot and Allison lot; and on the west by Smith lot, containing THREE ACRES, more or less. Terms of Sale^-ONE-FOURTH CASH, and balance on credit of ONE, TWO and THREE years, secured by purchasers' bond and mortgages of the premises. Leave Is given purchaser to pay entire bid In cash. Purchaser must comply with cash portion of bid within one hour, or property to be resold at risk of the defaulting purchaser. Purchaser must pay for all papers, revenue stamps, recording fees, etc. W. BROWN WYLIE, C. C. C. Pis. May 15 ~ w 3t professional Guards. JAMES F. HART, ATTORNEY AT LAW, YORKVILLE, S. C. Office in the McClain Building, over H. C. Strauss's Store. Telephone No. 69. * wtf. PHONE?Office xi6 Reaidence 60. THOS. F. McDOW, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 4 Law Range, YORKVILLE, S. C. Negotiates Loans on Approved Security. January 1 w ly GEO. W. S. HART, ATTORNEY AT LAW, YORKVILLE, S. C. Dffice No. 3, LAW RANGE. 'Phone siMo. 5, Law Range. 'Phone 67. W. W. LEWIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, YORKVILLE. S. C. Prompt attention given to all Business. Loans Negotiated on Improved Real Estate. W. Bratton de Loach. Prank P. McCain. de LOACH & McCAIN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, YORKVILLE, S. C. Office over H. C. Strauss's Store. FINLEY & BRICE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, YORKVILLE, S. C. Office in the Building at the Rear of H. C. Strauss's Store. 49*- All business entrusted to us promptly ittended to. A V fARTWPir.HT " * 9 BURGEON DENTIST, YORKVILLE, S. C. JESfe OFFICE HOURS: 9 a. m. to i p. m.; a p. m. to 5 p. m. Office In upatalrs rooms of Cartwrlgbt Bulldog, opposite Telegraph and Express Offices. MONET LENT in Improved Farmi In York County. 7 Per Cent. Interest. RE-PAYMENT easy. No broker's commissions. Only actual cost of perfecting loan. Apply to C. ?W. F. SPENCER, Att'y at Law, Rock Hill, 3. C., or to undersigned, Yorkvllle, S. C. C. E. SPENCER, Attorney at Law. <2Elu \|orhviUr (Enquirer. PUBLISHERS = L. M. GRIST, W. D. GRIST, 0. E. GRIST and A. M. GRIST. 'ublished Wednesday and Satnr^y TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Jingle copy for one year, 2 00 )ue copy lor two years, 3 SO ?or six months, I OO ?or three months, SO Cwo copies for one year, 3 SO ren copies one year, II SO ^.nd an extra copy for aolub of ten. ADYEltTIBEMENTeJ nserted at One Dollar per square for he first Insertion, and Fifty Cents per iquare for each subsequent insertion. V square consists of the space occupied >y ten lines of this size tvpe. 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OBITUARY. Died?In Yorkville, on Saturday, the 25th instant, NELL, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Carroll, aged 5 months and 23 days. The inter * ment took place at Beersheba on Sunday, the funeral services being conducted by Rev. A. N. Brunson. AT THE CHURCHES. THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. REV. J. C. JOHNE9, RECTOR. Services this afternoon at 4.80 o'clock o'clock. i 1 TRINITY METHODIST EPISCOPAL, 1 REV. A. N. BRUNSON, PASTOR. Prayer-meeting this evening at 8.3 o'clock. I BAPTIST. REV. J. B. BOZEMAN, PASTOR. Prayer-meeting Thursday afternooi at 4.00 o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN. REV. W. O. NEVILLE, PASTOR. Prayer-meeting this evening at 8.3i o'clock. ASSOCIATE REFORMED. BEV. R. H. QRIER. PASTOR.