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$60,000 Dug Up at Pacolet.
Spartanburg Journal Friday: Sixty thousand dollars was accidently discovered at Pacolet buried in the sands along the banks of Pacolet river recently, but it was cotton and not gold that constituted this valuable treasure. A party was prospecting on the scene of the recent flood disaster along [ the river banks not far from the site) of the warehouse at Pacolet when a small bit of white cotton was noticed sticking out of the sand. Investigation followed at once and the white bit of cotton turned out to be part of a bale which in turn was one of a lot of nearly one thousand bales of cotton which were lying buried bqpeath the sands all unknown to the workmen who had hundreds of times passed over this veritable mine of wealth in burled cotton. The single bale was quickly excavated from the sands and all about it buried some feet under the surface in the sand was seen cotton bale after cotton bale, lying well protected and almost uninjured under the weight of sand. The scene was soon the arena of busy life and many workmen were called upon to aid in getting out the buried cotton. When every hni* was due out and an inventory taken it was found that nearly one thousand bales of cotton valued In round numbers at about $60,000 had been rescued. The incident is one of many of th.s kind showing the strange freaks which the storm and flood played, concealing goods and cotton in many Instances in such a manner that they are found with difficulty. The discovery of the cotton was a source of great gratification to the mill people. AT THE CHlRCHES. BAPTIST. REV. W. E. HURT, PASTOR. o ffarnAAn prayer meeting iiiuinuaj at 5 o'clock. TRINITY METHODIST EPISCOPAL. rev. j. l. stokes, pastor. Prayer meeting In the Sunday school room this (Wednesday) evening at 8.30 o'clock. CHURCH OP THE GOOD SHEPHERD. rev. j. c. johnes, rector. No services this afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN. rev. w. o. neville, pastor. Prayer meeting this Wednesday afternoon at 5.30 o'clock. gpttial Holies. Picnic at Lominack. The Enquirer Is requested to announce that there will be a basket picnic in the grove near the residence of Mr. John T. Latham, on July 25. Preaching at Woodiawn.There will be preaching at Woodlawn Presbyterian church, Sharon, on the fourth Sunday in July, 26th instant, by Rev. Mr. Boozer. J. H. Saye. July 18 sw 3t Meeting at Harmony. The friends and members of Harmony church are requested to meet at the church next Saturday afternoon for the purpose of cleaning off the grounds... , . . . It Communion at Ramah. Rev. W. B. Arrowood, from Bethel, will hold communion services at Ramah Presbyterian church the fourth Sunday of July, 26th Instant, meeting to begin Thursday night, July 23rd. 2t Excursion to Asheville. 'nviaro will ho a Bmnd excursion to Ashevllle on Thursday, August 6th for white people, run by L. M. Hull of Shelby, N. C. The excursion will start from Lancaster at 8 a. m. and pass Yorkvllle at 9.40 a. m., arriving at Ashevllle about 2.30 p. m. same day, via Blacksburg, Marlon and the Southern railway. Returning leave Ashevllle next day, Aug. 7 at 5 p. m., thus giving the excursionists over a day and night In the "Land of the Sky" co en Joy the many wonderful attractions that Ashevllle alone can boast of. Mr. Hull is an experienced excursionist and good order is guaranteed and those that go with him will have a good time. This Is the first opportunity that the people of this part of the country have had td go to the mountains on an outing at so small a cost. The fare for the round trip from Lan caster and Catawba Junction. $3; Rock Hill and Yorkvllle $2.75; Sharon and Hickory Grove $2.50, and it is worth many tunes mat price to umj see Vanderbilt's ten million dollar estate, to say nothing about the grand scenery enroute. It is safe to say that a very large crowd will take advantage of this very cheap trip and go from Yorkville and vicinity. $2.50 to Charleston. The Southern Railway has arranged to run a special excursion to Charleston on Wednesday, July 29, good to return Friday, July 31. Tickets to be good through to Isle of Palms. The round trip rates and schedule from the stations in this vicinity are as follows: Schedule. Rates. Lv. Blacksburg 6.00a.m. $3.00 Lv. Smyrna 6.20a.m. 3.00 Lv. Hickory Grove 6.30a.m. 2.75 Lv. Sharon 6.43a.m. 2.75 Lv. Yorkville 7.00a.m. 2.50 Lv. Tlrzah 7.10a.m. 2.50 Lv. Rock Hill 7.35a.m. 2.50 Lv. Catawba Junction ..7.55a.m. 2.50 Arrive at Charleston at 5.00 p. m. rate, will be good on this special rate, will be eood onlv on this SDecial train, leaving Blacksburg at 6.00 a. m., on July 29th. Returning, tickets will be good on any regular train leaving Charleston up to and including July 31st. A. S. Clark. Agent at Yorkville, S. C. W. H. Taylor, Assistant General Passenger Agent. R. W. Hi NT. D. P. A., Charleston. S. C. $he Horlwille dfotton JUarhet. Corrected Semi-Weekly by Messrs. Latta Bros. Yorkville, July 21, 12 in.?The local market stands as follows: Middling 12* Strict Middling 12* rjnnrt Mirirtllncr 191 Fully Good Middling 12J Latta Bros. WANTED THE use of a good UPRIGHT PIANO, well tuned, for three months. Will pa> a reasonable rental. Address PIANO, care of The Enquirer. ODD JOBS. HAVING decided to go out of the horseshoeing business, in order to give my entire time to Repair Work an . Odd Jobs, I solicit your work of this character. I can and will do any <n- all kinds of repair work, including bicycles, and will give first-class service promptly and at moderate prices. If it is broken I will be pleased to repair it for vou. R. I). ALEXANDER. WOFFORD COLLEGE Spartanburg, S. C. Henry N. Snyder, Litt. D., M. A., Pres. Four full College courses. Favorable surroundings. Gymnasium. Athletic Grounds. Lecture Course. Library Facilities. Next session begins Sept. 23, 1903. For catalogue apply to J. A. GAMEWELL, Secretary. WOFFORD COLLEGE FITTING SCHOOL. Spartanburg, S. C. Elegant new building. Careful attention to individual student. Board and tuition for year 5110. All information given by A. M. DuPRE, Head Master. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. | Academic Department, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy. One hundred and eight scholarships. Free tuition to teachers and to minis ters' sons. Loans for the needy. 608 Students. 66 Instructors. New Dormitories, Water Works, Central Heating System. Fall term begins September 7, 1903. Address F. P. VENABLE, President, Chapel Hill, N. C. Stationery. We know that you know that we have it, but we just want to remind you to remember that we always have a complete line of Stationery, including Box Papers, Envelopes, Pen and Ink Tablets, Pens, Inks, Pencils, School Crayons, and almost anything else that is neeaea in me scnuui ruvm. nuu we want you to remember that in prices we are always as low as it Is possible to be?quality considered, and you know there's is always a difference there. JAS. M. STARR & CO., Leading Druggists. tv Phone 36. SlISPHWIMfi! *41 13UUI UilUUIIU i f Do you wear 'em? We have them for the Boys for 5 and 8 cents, and for the Men for 10c, 15c, 23c, 43c. Just about half the usual prices. W Look for RED FLAG. FOUSHEE CASH STORE. (Dobson's Old Stand), Yorkville, S. C. "Second BEST." The Insurance Post says: "Manager Bokum, of the Mutual Benfit Life Insurance Company, Is very much pleased over a rather peculiar * * * * testimonial nis company imo icvtmu, received. A Chicago grocer decided to take out $5,000 in life insurance. He did not want to burden any of the companies by giving them too much, and so decided to divide It up into five policies of $1,000 each, and started inquiries among his friends as to the ten best companies from which he could make his selections. He got the names of all the leading companies and had < interviews with their agents. Each one claimed, of course, to have the best company, and from all he inquired what they regarded as the second best. He told Manager Bokum that nearly everyone of them gave him the Mutual Benefit at the next best company, and this was so nearly unanimous that he finally decided that the ! second best was good enough for him, and that it was strong enough to carry ~ ? c nnn U1C CX11IIC fil|WV IJU4IVJ I If you will Investigate you will certainly arrive at the same conclusion as did the Chicago grocer. SAM M. GRIST, Special Agent. The SEWING MACHINE Vote. The Sewing Machine voting contest now stands as follows: Mrs. C. C. McMurray 169; Mrs. Janie " " ' - " " " A uVilac 1?. AK'lVeilZlt U , 1V118. iVldl ) nauiv J *v, Mrs. J. D. Land 117; Mrs. Campbell White 10; Miss Hattie Clinton 2; Miss Wilma O'Farrell 199: Mrs. Annie Thomusson 14; Miss Lila Stowe 65; Miss Iva Allison 15; Miss Cynthia Bigger 14; Miss Laura Parish 15; Miss Carrie Howe 13; Miss Mary Alexander 9; Miss Anna Faulkner 2; Miss hattie Parker 10; Miss Beulah Grimes 1; Mrs. R. N. Plaxco 5; Mrs. J. E. Lathan 34; Miss Lizzie Rook 6: Mrs. M. J. Walker 3. Vote early and often as the contest closes September 15. They Must Go. We are determined to move our left-over Summer Clothing and if the price is any inducement you are sure to buy if you come quick enough. See this: Wool Crash Suits, was $8.50, now tho price is cut to $5.50 Wool Crash Suit, the price was $7.00, now the price is cut to $4.93. Flannel Suits, was $7, but now the cut makes them only $4.98 Three piece Serge Suits, was $7.50, but the cut price m^kes them $5 Coat and Vest, the prices were $2 and $2.50 but now the cut makes them only $1.50 Coat and Vests, were $5.50, but now the cut brings them down to...$4.50 Coat and Vest, the price was $5, but the cut price makes them only..$4.00 WASH DRESS GOODS. Nainsook Lawns at only 5 cents a yd. Nainsook Lawns, at 10c and 121 -2c a yard. French Gingham, the 35c a yard kind at only 25 cents a yard. Silk Ginghams for waists, the 40c kind at 30 cents a yard. SELLING FOR PLEASURE. We are determined to close out our Straw Hats and have cut the prices to the point where we are practical I ?' gi\ing them away. For instance: $1.50 Hats at 75c; $1 Hats at 50c; 75c Hats at 38c; 50c Hats at 25c; 25c Hats at 18c. Can you buv as much head comfort anywhere else for the money? We think not. J. Q. WRAY, The Leader. SPECIAL Shirt... ...Waist 95AT.F. At the Big Store Ferninst the Village Clock. Ladles, we have on hands about fifty nicely made Shirt Waists, all of which are good values at our old prices, but we have decided to close them out at prices that are calculated to make 'em ' move, and move quick. We are getting in large quantities of fall and W w 1 ^ winter goods now?we need the room and we need all the money that it is possible for us to get out of our summer goods. * See these prices: Waists, sizes 32, 34 and 36, formerly 35 cents each, now 25c Waists, sizes 36, 38 and 42, formerly 50 cents, now.... 35c Waists, sizes 34 and 36, formerly 60 cents, now 40c Waists, sizes 34 and 36. formerly 65 cents, now 45c Waists, sizes 36, 38 and 40, formerly | 75 cents, now ........ 60c Waists, sizes 32, 34, 36 and 38, formerly $1, now 75c 1 Waists, sizes 34, 36, 38 and 42, formerly $1.25, now 90c lirntr.4a 00 owH OA fnrmorlv I $ 1.25? now "!??? .. ??... *?". '.$1.05 In this lot you will see Shirt Waists ranging in size from 32 to 42 and in price ranging from 25 cents to $1.05. Everyone is good value at former price and a bargain at the cut price. Come early for the first pickings. Ladies Black Lace and Fancy Silk Stripes and Polka Dots from 10 cents to 45 cents a yard. Comfortable Underwear. We have a full line of those cool and comfortable Muslin Underwear suits for men. Also have Gauze Knitted Drawers and Shirts from 15 cents up. Ladles' Gauze Underwear from 5 cents a garment and up. Comfort Producers. Now Is your chance to buy that cool and comfortable Flannel Suit that you have been wanting. We have cut the price on our imported Flannel Suits to $6.00 per suit?quite the most comfortable summer wear that you ever saw. Come and see about them quick before your size is gone. We have sold dozens of these suits and every buyer has been satisfied. These suits are usually sold at 512 a suit, so you can see " what a comfortable bargain we are of- ? fering you at $6.00 per suit. Isn't Your Kind Here ? We have just received Sixty Cases of Shoes for men, women and children and we will receive more later on. It is our intention to keep on hand the largest stock of Shoes ever carried by one house in this town, and we think we will succeed. If you want Shoes now or in the future Just remember that it will be to your interest to see us oetore you Duy. I We Want Your Approval. We are making every effort to keep our stock up to completeness, so if you want little or much we can supply your demands. We have also received within the 1 past few days a full line of Gent's Fur 8 and Wool Hats, in all sizes and all prices. We have a full line of Ladles', Misses' and Children's Hosiery, both in the heavy and light weights, both plain and corded, from f> cents a pair and ' on up. We have a full line of Bleached Goods from a cents a yard and up. We have full lines of Prints, both , Shirting and Blues, and full lines of Grays and Mourning Prints. Canton 1 Flannels, Bleached and Unbleached Lmon Lawns at 10 and 12J cents a i yard. " 1 We have an exceptionally nice line j of Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, lace borders, from f> cents and up. When you want anything in our line it will be to your interest to come to | the store "Ferninst the Village Clock." STIMIIHITH CO. WANTED, GOD FAT BEEF CATTLE, for X which I will pay the highest market prices in cash. If you owe me anything on any account, I will be obliged if you will call at once and settle in full. I need the money. When you want Ice, please remember that I am ready to serve you in large or small qualities at 1 cent a tt>. G. W. SHERRER, Marketman. HEATH-ELLIOTT MULE CO. Livery, Sale and Feed 8tables. LIVERY. WE have the finest teams and the handsomest buggies to be found lr. livery work anywhere and the boys are using them. They always come to us for the finest. BUGGIES. From the highest priced and best Summers, Cortland or Tyson & Jones down to second-hand, partly worn bug g'lea at almost any price. GOOD HAY. We want an almost unlimited quantity of first-class hay, for which we are paying the highest market price in Cash. Pay no attention to. people who represent that we do not buy hay; but come and see us. HEATH-ELLIOTT MULE CO., J. C. Elliott, Manager. Any Lady Can Buy Good Cigars If she insists on having no 3ther than the " (raco " The Cigar of Quality. ^ For sale by the YORK DRUG STORE J. B. BOWEN, REGISTERED PHARMACIST. . I WE HAVE 2 CARLOADS BEST GRADE shinrifs Cover your houses uow while the weather is good. You can't cover your house in the winter when the weather is bad.. RIDDLE & CARROLL. i COOKING SODA. We sell a first-class, absolutely pure Cooking Soda At 2 %-2 Cents a Pound. Dozens 6f our most particular customers use it? they wouldn't if it wasn't good. Try it. C. P. LOWRANCE & CO. The PARKER "Lucky Curve" Pen When you write you should use a Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pen? they are not only a convenience, but a necessity for the up-to-the-minute business man. They write and write *ight along and keep on writing. They ire always ready to write. The use of 1 Parker Lucky Curve Pen will improve your handwriting, and make your ivork easier. Buy one today?all styles ind sizes?$1.50 to $6 each. T. W. SPECK, The Jeweler. BRIDGE CONTRACT TO LET. Office of the Supervisor York County. Yorkville, S. C., July 14, 1903. ON THURSDAY, JULY 23, I will let contracts for the building of bridges as follows: 9.30 a. m.. near the J. Spratt Wright .j ___ ? fix n t ivcnt.ntnv residence, on wic \jm-r KOAD. At 10.30 a. m.f over LITTLE ALLISON CREEK, on the Clover and Rock Hill roads. At 4 p. m., over MILL CREEK on the Lincolnton road. Separate bids will be received for the lumber and work. Contracts will be awarded on the day of bidding or the day after. Successful bidders must give bond in double amount of bid for faithful performance of contract. Right to reject any and all bids is reserved. THOS. W. BOYD, Supervisor of York County. July 15 w 2t EGGS?I HAVE THEM. BLUE Andeluslana, Brown Leghorns, Black Minorc^s, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Indian Games, War Horse Pit Games, Bronze Turkeys. They are all pure and I can give absolutely satisfactory reference as to my reliability. Write J. W. BETTS, Lesslie, S. O. Feb. 14 s.w.tf. J. M. HEATH & CO, General Merchandise. Headquarters T?nt? Tlofo XUl The considerably more than 1,000 Hats that we have been offering at reduced prices for the past month or two now number less than 600 and the price Is still lower In proportion than It has ever been. The fact Is, we are selling the remnants at ALMOST ANY PRICE. We have on hand quite an attractive line of Sample Hats in Men's Furs. They are good and their original selling price averaged over $2.25. As a matter of fact there Is not a Hat in the lot that is worth less than $2. We have made a clearing out price of $1 straight to the first comers. Hats that Are Hats. Everybody knows the famous JOHN B. STETSON HAT. It is as good as the best to be found in the world, in . quality, style and finish. They are made in every block and the man who cannot find a Stetson Hat to suit his notions has but little idea of what he wants. We have taken the agency for the goods of the Stetson people in Yorkvllle and have put a small line in stock. We do not feel warranted in putting in a run une at tnis time, Decause If we did such a thing we would not have room for much else. But we have the Stetson catalogues, and we can show customers just what they want. Better than this, we can furnish anything that Stetson makes, at the LOWEST PRICES. Clothing Away Down. Our entire stock of Ciothing without reservation, is being offered away down for CASH. Our line includes numerous bargains, and people who come to us with their money are like ly to get their money's worth. Shoes. We are still offering rare bargains In Men's Oxfords, and prices on Ladies' and Misses' Shoes have been still fur* ther reduced. Trunks and Valises. We believe we have the best stuff In Trunks and Valises that has been offered on this market. As a rule only cheap stuff has been brought here? something suggestive of the colored exhorter's camp-meeting outfit; but we ^oB8?DCOCoVi ll| 0 iT sf y can now fit out people who want to go to the mountains, the Isle of Palms or to Europe. Take a look at our Trunks, Valises or Bags. Embroideries. Something new, interesting and artistic, including the very latest patterns. They are just In and but few people have had an opportunity to see them. J. M. HEATH & CO, J. L. Williams, Manager. I Summer C T If you will have your di t Screens and thus keep the flies + of insects away from the readii ? lots to the hot weather comforl | Cover your floors with nic X you at a low price and you w g comfortable feeling of things. $ Another of out summer c f and long Cane porch shades. ? make shade where and when i + . One of our Go-Carts or B | baby's comfort if you ride "em a; course, coinioriauiy iuw. 1J One of our Peerless Freeze | j a little flavoring extract, a few < ) turning will make some delicioi < i of will add no little to the sum I \ We have these and other i jj W. B. MOORE j } J. J. KELLER & CO., UNDERTAKERS. uun STOCK. WE are carrying a large and elab orate stock of UNDERTAKERS GOODS. We give satisfactory attention to all calls and the prices wtcharge are very close. Don't fall to see us when In need of anything In our line. Our place of business is near the Carolina and North-Westem depot. J. J. KELLER & CO. H H. irLRlRV. I The 'Dexter' Mattress I I 15.oo. I I The 'Rex' Mattress I I lo.oo. I I The 'Regal' Mattress I I 7.oO. I I Ask for Them. I Have other Mattresses?can suit anyI nno fn nrloon *" *- ; Our Furniture stock includes about everything in house furnishings that is desirable and needful and our prices?the same to all?are as low, quality considered, as can be had of any other reliable dealer. G. H. O'LEARY. professional feds. A. Y. CART WRIGHT, SURGEON DENTIST, YORKVILLE, S. C. OFFICE HOURS: 9 a. m. to x p. m.;a p. m., t05p.n1 I in imafolro rnnmo nf Pftrtwrierhl VIIIWC AAA U^DMtUB ? W.MH WW. ... w Building, opposite Telegraph and Express Offices. Residence Phone 44. Office Phone 67. W. W. LEWIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 5 Law Range, Yorkville, S. C. Practice in State and United States Courts. Prompt and careful attention given to all business. GEO. W. S. HART, ATTORNEY AT LAW, YORKVILLE, S. C. a LAW RANGE. 'Phone Office No. 58. D. E. FINLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office in WILSON BUILDING, opposite Court House. Telephone No. ia6. stoan and pavings itank, Yorltvllle, C. ONE Secret of Success. One of the Secrets of Success Is to have some money ahead with which to grasp your opportunity when it comes. Many successful men In the financial world laid the foundation of their success by small savings; they commenced In a small way. You may not succeed In building a large fortune by saving, but a fund which has been slowly accumulated may some "Rainy Day" prove quite a friend indeed. A Savings Account is an Efficient Antidote for Worry. Columns might by devoted to the discussion of the benefits of Savings Accounts. but the evidences of prosperity and contentment brought about by Systematic Savings is sufficient proof of its good results. We invite you to cuii anu ici u? explain the "good points" of our System of Saving. W. P. HARRISON, Cashier. S. M. McNEEL, President. THE "WE FIX IT" SHOP. WE are repairing, repainting, anj overhauling Buggies, and we are doing this work at prices that are right. You'll find us in the rear of Riddle & Carroll's. R. E. MONTGOMERY, Proprietor. CLOTHES CLEANING. I WANT to clean, repair and press all of your old suits. First class work guaranteed. Leave me your orders for First Class Tailor-Made Clothing. Made to measure Pants a specialty. Fit and work guaranteed. Correct prices and the very latest and most popular styles. R. L! BRANDON. Comfort. I Dors and windows fitted with j [ i out in daylight, and all kinds, j} lg table at night, you will add j? t that you're missing now. ; e Matting, such as we can sell <? ill be pleased with the more !! 1! omfort makers are those wide j | They are easy to put up and j j it is wanted. j j aby Carriages will add lots to *? i l n V% qo rv ^ 11* rvn nnc n s\C f ^ l a utap. vui ait, ui j ? O irs, a little milk, a little sugar, J J r eggs> a little ice and a little j J us ice cream, the eating where- j J mer comfort of the inner man. <) summer comforts. i | ! &, COMPANY. *)? ? ?<*& ? ? ??? ? ? ? ??!' T. M. WHISONANT. T. H. LB88L1H. HICKORY SUPPLY CORHUIY HICKORY, S. C. TRUNKS and Things. WE have received recently a nice line of Trunks, and can All your requirements in size and quality, and at prices that are very low. S?e us for a Trunk when you are in need. A good Mattress on your bed, in stead of the feathers, will add a lot to your comfort these hot nights. We have Mattresses ranging from $1.75 to $6.50. Suppose you try one. > A nice Safe will add considerably to the convenience of your kitchen. It is / not an expensive piece of furniture but adds a lot to the completeness of a.. kitchen's furniture. See us for one. We are offering all of our Low Cut Shoes at yodr price. We want to close them quick, dnd you can get a good bargain in low cut Shoes. Straw Hats are going at from 10 to 50 cents. Straws are more comfortable than felts for warm weather wear. HICKORY SUPPLY CO. TURNIP SEED. I have just received a fresh shipment of choice varieties of new crop Turnip Seed, and as right now is the best time to sow Turnips, I will be pleased to lurnisn you with the best seed. FRUIT JARS. WHEN you are ready for Fruit Jars you will do well to remember that I have them, and that I sell Fruit Jars of the very best quality at the very lowest prices. Also have extra Rubbers for those wanting them. See me for Jelly Tumblers. I have a large stock of the best quality at the lowest prices. W. M. KENNEDY, Agent. Wonderful Sales. On account of the tardy spring season the Buggy trade has been late this season, but our sales so M ^ Vt In MAOOAM V? O f FA ailMAQflOA/l oil La 1 iuio ocasvu na>r c out |awovu ?* ? previous records. We are using our best efforts to keep them on the increase. We have sold mora than 50 Columbia Buggies since January 1st, to say nothing of the other makes. We have a large supply of second*hand Buggies that we are offering at Bargains. Should you need one come at once. At the prices they are offered they are going like hot cakes. Wagons, Wagons. This line Is complete. We have Studebaker and several other makes. We have a fine lot of Tennessee Horses, both saddlers and drivers. Our Guarantee. We pride ourselves on this feature of our business and always take pleasure in making it GOOD. GLENN & ALLISON. To the Farmers of York onnty: ESPECIALLY th03e who are contemplating purchasing Harvesters, mowera anu nuitcs. i van iu y uui attention that I am handling Walter A. Woods' machinery, which Is up-to-date In all Improvements. I have a Mower on hand for inspection. It is a Steel Mower with roller and ball bearing. It Is neat and nice. It Is not only made for looks, but for long service, so bring your sledge hammer along and test the machine yourself, and as for the financial part, I can make It to your Interest to buy a Woods' Mower, Harvester or Rake. A WORD OR TWO TO THE LADIES. I have on hand another lot of the well-known Standard Grand Rotary Sewing Machines. Remember they are two machines in one, which no other Machine company dare to claim. Our claim: It Is the lightest running machine on the market. To test the machine I am willing to place one in your home on trial, and if it Is not In every respect what we claim I will. gladly remove the machine. Yours to serve, YORK IMPLEMENT CO. L. R. Williams, Proprietor. She ^orferitlf (Ssnquiw. Published Wednesday and Saturday. PUBLI8IIEIIH : W. D. GRIST, O. E. GRIST, A. M. GRIST. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! Single copy for one year $ 2 00 One copy for two years 3 50 For Six months 1 00 For three months 50 Two copies one year 3 50 Ten copies one year 17 SO And an extra copy for a club of ten. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents per square for each subsequent insertion. 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