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reach perfection." The reporter thanked Mrs. Stephen son for the clear and Intelligent state ment, and remarked that maybe It ha< . not occurred to her that now since sh had given away her whole secret, sh' might have more difficulty in carryin; away so many prizes next year. "Maybe so," she replied smilingly "but you must remember that expert ence is worth a great deal in all things and although some one may surpasi my productions next year, I promisi that they will have to be considerably in advance of my finest specimens this year. I believe I can .do a great dea better than I have done heretofore, an* I am certainly going to try." "But is the net result worth th( trouble and expense?" the reporte: suggested. "The net result, no!" replied Mrs Stephenson; "but the pleasure expert enced in developing the growth of th< plants is. ?A successful flower growei must be a genuine lover of flowers, believe firmly that flowers respond t< love just as human beings do, and i: one loves the chrysanthemum sufficiently to be willing to give it all th< patience, vigilance and attention it re Vicr-Q ia no nnssihllitv Of fail VI Uil VIO, wawa\* ?w ..v , ing to develop it to a high state of perfection. If you do not believe there i. full compensation in the pursuit oi this pleasure, Just learn to love chrys anthemums and try to raise them." THE CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW. The chrysanthemum show, which was in progress in the court houst when The Enquirer went to press lasi Friday afternoon, continued, as was suggested, up to about 11 o'clock, p. m. and deserves to be described as an unqualified success in all of its essentia! features. The attendance during the afternoon was considerably larger than during the morning, so large in fact as to tax the capacity of the courtroom, anil after everybody had inspected and enJoyed the floral exhibitions, along with excellent music by Mrs. W. H. Fowler, Misses Lillie Parish, Leon White and Bessie Gilbert, the audience was further entertained inaccordance with a carefully arranged programme as follows: Mrs. H. A. C. Walker rendered a very pretty piano solo, entitled "L. Hirondelle et le Prisonler;" Capt. W. S. Schneider, of the K. M. M. A. recited an annonymous humorous sketch entitled "Busy;" Miss Marie Carroll sang * *" * * v.. lfAMfforai an "Irish Love song, uy n?ai Ruthren Lang; Mrs. W. P. Marshall rendered "Hearts and Flowers," on the piano; Miss Laura Parish sang "Asthore," by H. Trotere, and Mrs. R. T. Stephenson read a selection. The programme of the evening commenced at 8 o'clock with the cantata, "Peggy's Dream," and ended with the distribution of the prizes. The story 01 the cantata is built around the afflictions of a desolate lame girl, who falls asleep while singing a lullaby to het doll. The queen of the fairies appears on the scene just as she falls asleep and awakens her to have a pleasant hour, with the kindly little people ol fairyland, including Sir Thomas Grimalkin, Lady Bunny, Bo Peep, Little Boy Blue, Mother Hubhard, King Cole, Little Miss Muffett, Brownie, and Jack and Jill. The cantata was presented under the management of Miss Mary Schorb. Miss Frankie Clawson was Peggy; Miss Anna McCaw, Fairy Goodheart; Elizabeth Finley, Sir Thomas Grimalkin; Mary Fant Herndon, Lady Bunny; Frances Finley, Bo-Peep: Sam Latimer, Little Boy Blue; Rita Beard, Mother Hubbard: Quay Williford, Kins Cole: Anna Cherry Schorl), Little miss Muffett: James Grist, Brownie: Robert Herndon, Jack: Annie Ashe, Jill. All of the children sustained their parts admirably, reflecting credit upon themselves and the management, and making the audience feel that it was getting the worth of Its money. W. W. Lewis. Esq., announced the prize winners and presented the prizes Before doing so, however, he extended the thanks of the floral society to the ladles who had made exhibits, and by way of explanation In behalf of the board of judges, took occasion to sa> that Its work had been done with the most careful and painstaking deliberation. In several cases it had been difficult to decide between two or more competitors for the same prize, and in one case a full hour was consumed in deciding a single contest. The judge? had been unanimous, however, in mosl of the questions involved, and he fell confident that their awards were proper. The prize winners were as follows: Mrs. R. T. Stephenson, for the best collection of chrysanthemums of not less than ten varieties: for the best ter white blooms: for the best singl? bloom. Mrs. W. Brown Wylie, for the besi ten yellow blooms and fT the besi potted chrysanthemum. Miss Rose M. Lindsay, for the besi ten pink blooms. Mrs. W. G. Neville, for the best sin gle potted plant. Mrs. S. M. McNeel, for the best collection of cut roses. Miss Rosa Lindsay for the best collection of potted plants. Mr. Lewis announced that althougl not prize winners, the collections o: Mrs. W. G. White, of Yorkville, am Mrs. D. A. Johnston, of Rock Hill, wen entitled to special mention for genera excellence. From a financial standpoint also, tin show was a pronounced success, tin ?~'oc rinii-piwin nmountinir to $116. ? LOCAL LACONICS. Wintliro|> (iirlM Take Side*. A report from Winthrop college if? t< the effect that the students of that in stitution have taken up the quarrel be tween Clenison and South Carolina col lege and that partisanship has sinci been running at a high pitch. Second Week Jurora. Yesterday was the regular day fo the drawing of second week jurors: bu owing to a failure to have the legal r? quirements complied with in time?th posting of a public notice ten days ii advance?the drawing had to be post poned until today, Wednesday. Cot Deer and Mnxli. Dispensary Constable Scoggins, o Hickory Grove, and Policeman Dun can, of Blacksburg, made a raid in th King's Creek section last Wednesda; night after some blockade liquor. Th moonshiners, however, had gotten winof their coming, and had removed the! 0 still. The officers found about 1,200 gallons of mash and beer, which they destroyed. A Slip of the Pen. 1 For the convenience of the people Interested, it has been the custom of The Enquirer to announce meetings of the o county commissioners in advance. The j regular day of their meetings is the first Wednesday after the first Monday in each month. In writing the no tice last week Tuesday was inadvert ently substituted for Wednesday, and ,t the result was some confusion which g The Enquirer very much regrets. The regular meeting of the board will be held today, Wednesday. ' Tliey Got Even. 5 Fort Mill special of Friday to the Co1 lumbia State: A few months ago Mr. 1 NiveiTs locked up Messrs. Kirby and Ashley, two employes of the Catawba Power company, for being drunk and 6 disorderly. They threatened to be rer venged, and yesterday, when Mr. Nivens went to the dam looking for. a Negro, Kirby ordered him off, and on be' ing joined by some friends the crowd " started for Nivens, who drew his gun, ; but he was too late. Kirby got in a r lick with a pair of brass knucks. When he awoke he was bound and on his way 1 to the guard house in Rock Hill, where ) he was lodged on a charge of assault f and battery. When the facts were made known to Vice President Wylie this morning, he apologized to Mr. Niv5 ens and paid the costs upon the assur. ance that no suits were to be brought . by either side. , MERE-MENTION. f The retail price of soft coal has reached *5 a ton in Knoxville, Tenn., and there is reason to expect a coal famine in Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Georgia this winter. The Southern railway seems unable to move coal fast enough to prevent distress The betting In ' New York Monday was two to one in t favor of Odell, the Republican candi, date for governor. The silver workers of Newark, N. J., and Brooklyn, N. Y., 3,000 in number, are threatening a strike for a nine-hour day Three [ men of a Baltimore and Ohio railroad crew were killed last Sunday by the explosion of a locomotive boiler The 1 Southern's fast mail from New York ; made its first trip last Sunday arid av. rived at Charlotte at 5.30 p. m., exactly i on time, giving the people of Charlotte 1 the New York papers three hours ear lier than they had ever had them bei fore The town of St. Pierre, in Miqeueland, Canada, was destroyed by fire Sunday. The loss amounts to 3500,000. ! Miss Nellie Corcoran, a patient in i St. Vincent's hospital, New York, j awoke last Saturday after a slumber that lasted fourteen days At Grand Rapids, Mich., last Saturday, a jury gave Mrs. Mary J. Lewis a verdict against the Modern Woodmen of Amer, ica for $2,500. Mrs. Lewis sued for $50,000 as damages claimed to be due on account of the death of her husband, I whom, she alleged, died from the effect . of injuries sustained while being initt, ated into the order of Modern Woodmen of America General Leonard ; Wood, who has been in Europe during I the past two months, is expected to ar, rive in New York this week on the American liner St. Louis Northern huggy manufacturers have announced . an advance of twenty-five per cent, in the price of their goods, giving as a reason the alleged advance of all kinds of material. AT THE CHURCHES. , BAPTIST. REV. W. E. HURT, PASTOR. i Prayer meeting Thursday evening at ( 7.30 o'clock. , PRESBYTERIAN. RBV. W. <J. NEVTLT.B, PASTOR. , Prayer meeting this evening (Wednesday) at 7.30 o'clock. Services Thursday and Friday even: ings at 7.30 o'clock, and Saturday at 11 o'clock a. m. Communion services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. TRINITY METHODIST EPISCOPAL. RBV. A. N. BRUNSON, PASTOR. Prayer meeting this afternoon (Wednesday) at 5 o'clock. 1 THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. REV. J. C. JOHNES, RECTOR. 1 Evening prayer today (Tuesday) at 5.00 o'clock, Special Hotices. i Winter Tourlut Ticket*. Beginning October 15th the Southern , Railway commenced the sale of winter tourist tickets to the principal resorts ' in the south under the same condiI tions existing in previous years. For s detailed information as to rates, re, sorts, etc., apply to any agent of the Southern Railway or to W. H. Tayloe, ! Asst. Gen. Passenger Agt., Atlanta, ' Ga.: R. W. Hunt, Div. Pass. Agt., . Charleston. S. C., or J. C. Beam, Dis. Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. tf , How's This T i We offer One Hundred Dollars Re5 ward for any case of Catarrh that cant not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, t P. J: CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known P. . J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all t business transactions, and financially t able to carry out any obligation made i by their firm. i West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O. t Waldino, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholet sale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intert nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucuous surfaces of the system. . Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the Best. j ?he gorhmlle Opotton Iflarlut. 1 Corrected Semi-Weekly by Mesara. i Latta Bros. 1 Yorkvjli.e, November 4, 12 m.?The local market stands as follows: a Middling 73 I Strict Middling 8 (lood Middling 8 1-16 Strict Good Middling 81-16 Latta Bros. BAGGING AND TIES, 1 T3ATCHED and MENDED for sale ' XT at 10 CENTS cash, a pattern. YORK COTTON MILLS. Oct. 4 s.w. tf i? . NOTICE TO TRESSPASSERS. ALL persons, without distinction of race or color, are hereby warned t against Hunting, Fishing, Riding, . Driving, Cutting Timber, or TRRSe PASSING in any other way, on the lands of the undersigned. Persons dis regarding this notice will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. R. M. HARNETT, A. H. BARNETT, f Mrs. D. M. CAMPBELL. T. H. ALLEN, e I. H. CAMPBELL. y R. L. CAMPBELL, e A. L. CAMPBELL. J Bethel Township, Nov. 4, 1902. r November 5 w 4t SEED UniDlTI WI1M11 Fultz and Prolific varieties. See us. RIDDLE & CARROLL. We have New Crop New Orleans Molasses. Not the kind you can buy elsewhere, but the sugary kind you used to buy twenty years ago. RIDDLE & CARROLL. MORE ABOUT PRICES. IF you are in need of a Lamp, Crockery, Sterling Silverware, Plated Silverware, Watches, Clocks, Jewelery, Bric-a-Brac, Pocket Cutlery, please remember that I can serve you, and at prices that cannot be duplicated at any point in this section. Another thine I will sell you Just as good goods as it is possible for you to buy elsewhere, and will save you anywhere from 10 to 25 per cent, on almost anything you wish to buy. It will certainly pay you to see me before you buy anything In my line. My expenses are low and I can sell you at short profits. A gentleman said a few days ago: "Mr. Speck, how is it that you can sell your goods so much lower than other jewelers?" (He had learned by experience). I replied: "Well, I do not charge as much as some jewelers because I feel like I would be robbing my customers, andsI would rather sell at shorter profits and turn my money oftener. Many people buy goods in my line away from Yorkville simply for the name of the thing." T. W. SPECK, The Jeweler. STARVED TO DEATH. THAT is the history of a New York millionaire. He could buy all the food he wanted, but had indigestion so badly that he could not eat it, hence he starved. Had this man gotten a box of STARR'S LIVER REGULATOR, and taken a small dose at bedtime, his indigestion would soon have been cured and he could have eaten anything he wanted.. STARR'S LIVER REGULATOR is the BEST liver medicine on the market. Large boxes for 25 cents. STARR'S SYRUP OF TAR AND WILD CHERRY will cure coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, hoarseness, loss of voice, etc. Guaranteed to give relief. HOW ABOUT IT? How about your Guano Note? Have you paid it? If not you should do so at once as the time is up. We have an elegant line of Stationery. Box Papers and Envelopes, the latest colors and shades?something new and nice. We are closing out certain lines of Tablets and are selling them regardless of cost. You can get a bargain in Tablets. JAS. M. STARR & CO., Leading Druggists. FRESH SNOWFLAKE CRACKERS AT LOWRANCE & CO.'S. Choice Sour Pickles, 10 cts. the dozen. WANTED, TEN THOUSAND BUSHELS of COTTON SEED. Highest market price paid in cash. See us before selling. LATTA BROS. Oct. 8 w.s. tf See Our Window And there you will find an elegant and very large assortment of HAIR BRUSHES, COMBS. TOOTH BRUSHES, and TOILET ARTICLES. Our stock of these goods is very large and you will be able to find anything in this line that you can wish for. We have a half dozen different kinds of Talcum Powder, including Mennen's and Pearls of Violet. Good Tooth Powder or Paste when freely used, helps the appearance of the teeth, and makes firmer gums as well as saves the teeth. We have several varieties for your selection. You will always find that our prices are very low and our Toilet articles of the very best. YORK DRUG STORE J. B. BOWEN, REGISTERED PHARMACIST. GO TO OR WRITE Rivers Machine Shop, Rock Hill, S. C., For estimates on Repairs of all kinds of Machinery, Boilers, Engines, etc. Heavy Blacksmith work a specialty. MONEY TO LEND ON IMPROVED FARMS in York County. Interest: Loans not under $1,000, 7 per cent; under $1,000,-8 per cent. No broker's commissions. Repayments easy. Apply to C. W. F. SPENCER, Rock Hill, or undersigned. C. E. SPENCER, Atty. at Law, Oct.lwllt Yorkville, S. C. SURVEYING. MY COMPASS is in perfect condition and all work entrusted to me receives prompt attention. Address me "11. F. D. No. 2, Clover, S. C." I. B. FAR1ES. Oct. 4. S.W. 8t Xv The Knijulrer MolIcltM your Job l'rlnUnK orderii. J. M. HEATH & CO, General Merchandise. Where Did J You Get That Hat? r%f^ The most popular and stylish place for Millinery. The FIFTH shipment of FALL MILLINERY arrived last week. We have White Felts in profusion. The most varied lot of ready-to-wear Hats from 50 cents to $3.75 each, ever seen in Yorkville. Children's Ping Pongs in red and black felts. Shepherdess shapes in all qualities, and dozens of Velvet Hats at 75 cents each. Zibolines in all shades. Angora Plushes, Velvets in all new weaves. Chenille Braids, Gauzes, Lace Scarfs, Furry Draperies, indeed everything in trimmings. A new lot of Fancy Feathers and Amazon Plumes at startling prices. We thank our friends for their patience with us in the greatest rush we have ever experienced. Visitors are invited to be sure and see the matchless Millinery which we have to show you. Men's Clothing. The long tables in the rear of our Dry Good department are now heaped with great piles of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING for men. In the selection of this Clothing we have done our best, and we are proud of the stock we have; but we do not care to say too much. We prefer to invite an inspec tlon, for we feel that we can suit almost anybody as to quality and price. STROUSS BROS.'S make is our leader. The sizes and cuts Include Regulars, Leans and Stouts, and the prices range from $2 or $3 uji'tS^TS a suit. We have Clay Worsted Suits from $5 to $10, and say without hesitation that our $10 CLAY WORSTED is the BEST to be had on this or any other market at the , price. Mrs. Jane Hopkins. The reputation of this make of Clothing for boys and youths Is such as to require no additional explanation. It is only necessary to say that we carry the line. Nobody else can handle these goods on this market. This fact, how, "J8r"" ..AV.M ?" ;%y.v.v. ever, has nothing to do with the price, as one will readily observe upon examination of our stock. It will be found that our selection not only includes all styles, sizes and qualities; but the prices are in many cases lower than are being asked for inferior makes of boys' clothing. It will be seen also that complete suits of this Clothing of firstclass material, can be bought for cash I much cheaper than they can be made at home. For the Ladies. We desire to call particuar attention to our unusually pretty line of Broadcloth Cloaks in tan, castor, black, Oxford grey, red and blue. The prices range from $3..r>0 to $10. Capes of the same material are being offered at from $1 to $5, and our pretty new line of boas also ranges in price from $1 to $5. A Bargain. 1 om.nn.l.hon/l IS-TTMT'TT YV C I1UYC wia otvuim-uujui *w - - - ? HKNHY DISSTON CIRCULAR SAW. It has not been used a great deal and is practically as good as new. It Is a bargain for somebody, because we want to sell it and sell it quick. J. M. HEATH & CO, J. L. Williams, Manager. H. C. Stn Our stock of Clothing fc as it has ever been. It is n happened, but is amply large t Our varieties are many and < we feel certain that in money anywhere than you can do at Clothing range in price fron Made-to-Measure Clothing we you want up to $45, and guari ments. See our prices on Re It seems almost incredible that w< can offer you a Fast Black Cotton Cla; Worsted for so little money, but thei you will remember that we have a rep utation for doing incredible things. No 87,403 is an extra heavy Cotton Clay men's round cut sack suit that we an selling at $2.68 the Suit. Compare thi: with what you will find elsewhere an< we venture that you cannot touch thi quality at near the price. No. 87,408 is a Black Twill Cheviot single breasted round cut sack suit fo men, exceptionally well finished an< there is no better twill than this madi for any purpose. The price is $3.18 p? suit. The quality cannot be touched a the price. No. 87,415 is a good Washed Melton dark olive ground with a neat gray pin head effect and a brown overplaid, sin gle-breasted round sack suit, a popula: garment and a good value at the price $3.38 the suit. No. 87,432 is a good Wool Kersey, gra: ground, with diagonal stripes, sing! breasted round cut sack suit, lined witl a neat heavy check lining. This is oni of our staple leaders and an extra goo< value at the price, $3.98 the sudt. No. 87,456 is a fine Wool Cassimere dark ground, with a neat brown stripe single breasted round cut sack suit an( an exceptional value?good enough t< tempt you even if you have alread] bought a suit of clothes. The price ii $4.67 the suit. No. 87,465 is an all-wool Black Twll Cheviot, single breasted round cut sacl suit. We ask you to examine this ant see if it is not the best value you. evei saw. $4.98 the suit. No. 87,468 is a fine All-Wool Cassi mere, with a dark gray ground, witl black and white checks and a browr overplaid, single breasted round sacl suit. The minute you get next to thi! H. C. Stre TWO CARS OF STO"7 | TI They were bought They must be mov BEWL.EY IIA CUES Wholesale and ret HEATH-ELLIOTT MULE CO Livery, Sale and Feed Stable. CASH or CREDIT. WE have a half a dozen FINI MULES that we would like t< sell for CASH or on CREDIT. Sahi< price either way, just so It Is good pa per. Wagons, Buggies. and other plunder on the same terms Can give you anything you want an; way you want it. Talk to us. Livery. Whether for city or country work, ou TEAMS ARE IJP TO THE MINUTE. We have a telephone and there is al ways somebody in the office. HEATH-ELLIOTT MULE CO. J. C. Ei.liott, Manager. New Arrivals. WE have received a barrel of NEV CROP N. O. MOLASSES of th BEST QUALITY. Fresh North Carolina Buckwhea Flour. The best Cream Cheese am Maecaroni. Large, fresh Cocoanuts and the choicest Fruits brought t this market. In Blank Books, Stationery, Inks Pens, Pencils, Slates Crayons am School Books we can furnish you to ou mutual advantage. We have recently received a consid erable stock of Crockery and can sav you money on goods in that line. We still have Clover and Rye Seed. Special attention is called to ou samples and prices for the BEST Or EARTH TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING Up-to-date in style, perfect fit and th best workmanship. We can fit you person and fit your pocketbook. W. M. KENNEDY, Agent. APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE Rxtntr of A. II. linrnett, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that the un dersigned, acting executor of th< estate of A. H. BARNETT, deceased on the 7TH OF NOVEMBER, 1902, at V o'clock a. m., will make his final returi to the judge of probate of York count: and will apply for a discharge fron further liability as executor of the sai< estate. R. MEEK BARNETT, Oct.8. w 5t Acting Executor. Y ork Brick W orks, W. N. ASHE, Proprietor. We are now making millions of Brick and are ready to meet all demand! wholesale or retail, at figures that ar< right. W. N. ASHE. Yorkville and Rock Hill. THE "WE FIX IT" SHOP. IS It broken, worn or shackly' Whether It be made of iron, wood 01 steel, bring It to us and we will FIX IT We do Horse Shoeing, and we do ii RIGHT. Also all kinds of farm implement repairs. R. E. MONTGOMERY. iuss & Co. 1 >r men and boys is about as big lot the largest thing that ever j 0 supply all reasonable demands. )ur prices have wide range, and ] r value you cannot do any better i our store. Our Ready-to-wear \ 1 $2.68 the suit up to $16. In ? : can furnish you with anything 1 mtee perfect fits and perfect gar- t ady-to-Wear Clothing: c e suit you will want to get Into It. An j / extra value at $6.00 the suit. j i . No. 87,514 Is a fine Ail-Wool Cassl mere, dark ground with an olive and ^ ?. brown stripe, single-breasted round cut ? sack suit. To convince you that we j e have not advanced prices on clothing, j, s although all kinds of clothing have ad- ? J vanced, we offer you this suit at $6.48 e the suit. It is a good one at the price. t No. 87,530 is a fine All-Wool Black x Twill Cheviot, dark olive ground with t J" an Oxford mixture, single breasted, g 1 round-cut sack suit. We count our- 1 e selves very fortunate in being able to 1 j" ofTer this suit at the price, $6.68 the r 1 suit. Grasp this opportunity while we can fit you. No. 87,531 is made of the same ma- terial as the above, but is doublebreasted, and sells at the same price, r $6.68 the suit. '? No. 87,554 is a fine All-Wool Melton, dark brown ground, with an Oxford j[ mixture, single breasted suit. This suit B is extra well finished and trimmed and 1 is cheap at the price, $7.18 the suit. t B No. 85,000 is a 14 ounce Black Clay e 1 Worsted, single-breasted round cut sack * coat. This is a suit of Clothing that * !. you cannot touch the price on and get 8 . the same quality anywhere in this sec- F 1 tion. The price is $4.98 the-suit. > 3 No. 83,700 is a black Washington Mills r Clay Worsted, 14 ounce goods, made in ~ 3 single breasted round cut sack style. This is one of our very best values and 1 1 is cheap at the price, $6.68 the suit, c We have also given close attention r 1 to buying Clothing for the youths and I r boys and can furnish almost any style I and almost any price of goods that you e - could want for your boy. Our prices on t l boy's Clothing runs as high as $4.34 the i: i Sudt, and we are sure that we can sell 5 c you a garment that will please you in h 3 quality and price. s a tuss & Co- : f Ie * ES j JST RECEIVED, f i t t before the advance. f ed. Get our prices. i f t KU W AJttHi ^A^., r iTEK,8. C. f ail. f | . W. O. RAWLS, ' PLUMBER ADD STEAM FITTER. ENGINE AND \ BOILER SUPPLIES. ; P T CARRY a well assorted stock of * J X Engine and Boiler Fittings, all kinds 5 of packipg, and everything needful to _ repair any ordinary break. PLUMBING. In addition to carrying the necessary J i. stock, I do all kinds of Plumbing work. V Let me make estimates. TILING. ' r There Is still a large assortment of ^ TILING in the car that was received 3 - recently. People who require anything s in this line should confer with me. What I do not have on hand can be r procured on short notice. My terms are CASH. s W. O. RAWLS. 3 _ ? COLUMBIA, HACKNEY,! ] ^ m a a am > 1 a ( ; BABUUUH AllU JtWtL ' 1 BUGGIES. i, o Well made?extremely stylish. ^ rp HERE'S noticeable elegance about X each that proclaims it at once as belonging to a class above the ordinary. , ~ If you need a Buggy get our prices. Wagons! Wagons!! J ( If you are in doubt, buy an OLDS. ' p We have one in our possession that has i been in constant use for TWENTY- a ONE YEARS and is able for service t yet. There are others, but TWENTY- I ONE YEARS ought to count for some- I thing. We make terms to suit the purchaser and guarantee everything we ? " sell. GLENN & ALLISON. ' ? r ! A Word or Two 0 ; To the Farmers of i f \ York County: REMEMBER, after a dry summer a good wheat crop follows: also re- ? member that land prepared with an ^ OLIVER CHILLED PLOW, pulverlz- J ? ed with a B. P. HARROW, smoothed * with a B. P. LEVER HARROW, and J drilled in with a HOOSIER DISC ^ DRILL, the results are bound to be A GOOD. We have these Implements on hands j 3 and are in a position to save you some t] 3 money, especially on the Wheat Drills. Sl All manufacturers are asking $2.50 more a this season than last. We also have a b - few McCORMICK MOWERS on hand. . See us before buying. tl n ? YORK IMPLEMENT CO. tl r tl v 1 n . n tiY The Enquirer solicits your Job j<; Printing orders. jt AUCTION SALES. CLERK'S SALE. rhe State ot Sooth Carolina?Couatr of York. in the court of common pleab. \.lex. G. Black and Richard P. Williams, Plaintiffs, vs. William J. Neely et al., Defendants.?Foreclosure sale. BY virtue of a decree of sale, made In the above stated cause, dated 2th January, 1891, I will expose to mblic sale In front of York Court louse Door, during the legal hours of ale, on the FIRST MONDAY. IN DECEMBER, 1902, (Salesday), the followng described real property, to wit: 1st. All that certain piece, parcel or ract of land situated In county of fork, state aforesaid, Bethel township, >n north side of Allison creek, and >ounded by. lands of A. A. Barron, J. i. Hill, Samuel Hannah and Mrs. M. r. Neely and containing EIGHTY-SEVDN (87) ACRES, more or less. 2nd. All that certain lot of land, sitlated In county, state and township iforesald, lying on Long branch and ontalnlng TWO (2) ACRES, more or ess, bounded by lands of Mrs. Nancy ilmrll, W. H. Barron and L. T. Wood. Terms of Sale?One-half CASH and he remaining half in twelve months, vith Interest from day of sale, secured >y the purchaser's bond and a mortage of the premises sold. Purchaser tas the privilege of paying entire bid n cash. Purchaser to pay for all pa>ers._ W. BROWN WYLIE, C. C. C. Pis. October 29 w 4t G. H. O'LEARY. FURNITURE. 11/ xiiiiN you nnd it necessary to TV purchase anything In the Furniure line you will And It to your interst to call and see what I have to ofer you. You will find that I carry the JEST goods aa well as the lower Tades and that my prices will cornare favorably with any prices that 'ou may obtain on any other warket. G. H. O'LEARY. STOVES AND HEATERS. (117 E are still handling the wellTV known NOBLE STOVES. Our nost popular sellers are the IRON CING, ELMO and COTTON KING. Bvery one of these stoves that we have ver sold has given entire satisfaction 0 the purchaser, and we feel sure that f you will purchase one of our stoves rou will not be disappointed. We also ;eep In stock a line of cheaper priced toves than the above. We also have 1 full line of Heating Stoves. G. H. O'LEARY. SADDLES AND HARNESS. (T7 E Invite all users of Saddles and TV Harness to Inspect our stock of hese goods before buying. We manuacture our Saddles and Harness and very Saddle and every set of Hariess Is guaranteed as to quality. G. H. O'LEARY. J. J. KELLER & CO., CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. CONSTRUCTION WORK. 1X7 E furnish estimates for all kinds VV of construction work, and we do he work quickly and satisfactory. BUILDER'S HARDWARE. Because of the requirements of our mslnless, It Is necessary to carry In iuck a iurge uaaunmeiiL ul duiiuci a lardware. We sell these goods to the >ubllc at a very short profit. CARPENTER'S TOOLS. Hundreds of carpenters have bought ools from us at low prices, and all lave been satisfied. We offer only the >est to be had. J. J. KELLER & CO. FURNITURE! riTE have just received a new lot of ? Furniture, Including Iron Bed Steads, all grades of Oak Suits, Matresses. Bed Springs, Cots, Children's 3eds, Dining Tables and Centre Tables >f all grades, Window Shades, Hall Curtains, Chairs, Comforts in several rrades, etc., and will sell you what rou want at very low figures. Ammunition, Etc. We have Single Barrel Guns that we vill sell at bargains. Loaded and mpty Shells; Powder and Shot, Priners, Caps, etc. See us for Hay Wire?$1.25 a bundle. We have a large assortment of Lamps hat we will sell at close prices. Boy's Wagons from 75 cents and up. If you are going to travel you will vant a Trunk?a good Trunk. And if rou want a good Trunk, you want to lee us about the matter before buying. CROCKERY.?We can save you noney on Crockery. Get our prices. .COOKING STOVES are one of our ipecialties and we can sell you what rou want at a less figure than you can ret suited elsewhere. Also have Heatng Stoves. 'OT Remember that we carry in stock hardware, Table Cutlery, Pocket Knives and Razors?guaranteed?and ?lauss Shears, Glassware, Tinware, rin Water Sets, Lanterns, etc. W. B. MOORE & CO. UNDERTAKERS. PV UR personal .attention, with long LJ experience, given at all times. All rrades and priced goods In COFFINS ind CASKETS. Latest equipment In rapplngs, etc. Robes, Gloves, SUpters and Stockings carried In stock, rine Hearse for town and country use. W. B. MOORE & CO. $Iic \|ofl;viltc (Dnquirrr. 'ublished Wednesday and Saturday. PUBLI8IIE118 s M. GRIST, W. D. GRIST, O. E. GRIST, A. M. GRIST. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! lingle copy for one year....... .$ 2 00 )ne copy for two years 3 50 ? 'or Six months 1 00 'or three months 50 'wo copies one year 3 50 'en copies one year 17 50 in an extra copy for a club of ten. 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