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NOTICE OF ELECTION.
NOTICE is hereby given that an
Election will be held In the Sheriff's
Office In the Cburt House at Yorkvllle,
8. C., on TUESDAY. MAY 30TH.
, 1905, between the hours of 8 o'clock
a. m., and 4 o'clock p. m., for the purpose
of electing one Alderman to fill
vacancy In Ward No. 6 to succeed C.
P. James, resigned, and three persons
to All vacancies In the Board of Trustees
of the Yorkvllle Graded Schools
as follows:
Two trustees for the full term of
four years to succeed Withers Adlckes
and O. K. Orlst. whose terms expire:
and one trustee for the. unexpired
term of two years of Major James F.
Hart, deceased.
E. A. Crawford, J. B. Pegram and
A. F. McConnell are hereby appointed
to manage said election. All duly
qualified electors of the Town of Yorkvllle
and none others are entitled to
vote at this election.
By order of the Town Council.
[Sbal].
J. E. LOWRY, Mayor
Of the Town of Yorkvllle, S. C.
Attest:
P. W. Lovr, Clerk of Council.
Mnv 19 r 2t
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
WHEREAS a majority of the freeholders
of the town of Torkvllle,
S. C.f have petitioned the mayor and
wardens of the said town to order a
special election for the purpose of determining
whether the said town
shall issue bonds to the amount of
Seven Thousand (17,000) Dollars, In
denomination of Five Hundred Dollars
each, to run for forty years with the
privilege of paying off one bond each
year after twenty years. It is therefore
ordained by the mayor and wardens
In council assembled:
That a special election be held on
the 3RD DAY OF JUNE, 1906, In the
SHERIFFS OFFICE in Yorkvllle, S.
C., at which said election all of the
, qualified voters of the said town shall
be entitled to vote, to determine
whether said bonds shall be issued In
such amount and denomination and
for such length of time as above set
out; and N. J. N. Bowen, Thomas W.
Clawson and Wm. H. McConnell are
hereby appointed managers of said
election.
Done and ratified in council assembled
this 2nd day of May, 1906.
J. E. LOWRY. Mayor
Of the Town of Yorkvllle, S. C .
Attest:
P. W. Love, Clerk of Council.
, May 12 f St
Timely Hints.
Drink at our 8oda Fountain?we
serve only the purest, coldest and most
refreshing of loe Drinks and Creams.
Spray your Irish Potatoes with
our Paris Green and kill the bugs.
Use our Bed Bug Killer when doing
spring cleaning .
Use Starr's Liver Regulator to drive
? away that tired feeling. 26c a box.
It'll do the work.
Take Cod Wine?it makes new blood
and new tissues, and renovates the
system generally.
Take Perfecto Compound Extract of
8arsaparilla?75c a bottle.
Bring us your Prescriptions to All.
We guarantee our service and our
prices.
THE 8TAR DRUG 8TORE,
D. L. Shieder, Prop.
Yorkvllle. S. C. Phone 36.
YORKVILLE BUGGY CO.
By the use of
Deering'
Cultivators
You will be able to cultivate from
two to three times as much cotton and
corn as with the ordinary tools used.
^ With the prospect of grass that Is before
us It behooves all that they take
advantage of the aid we offer In the
Deering Cultivator. Come and get
one, they are guaranteed to please.
We have Cutaway Disc Harrows,
Spike Tooth Smoothing Harrows,
Wagons, Harness, and the Best Buggies
on the Market. Come and see us.
YORKVILLE BUGGY CO.
V
W. O. RAWLS,
Plumber and Steam Fitter.
i
HAVE
*
A
CARLOAD
OF
TILING
ALL
SIZES.
W. O. RAWLS.
M. L. Carroll. C. W. Carroll.
CARROLL BROS.
WE
HAVE
FRESH
WATER
GROUND
COUNTRY
MEAL.
%
CARROLL
BROTHERS.
R. LATTA PARISH
REAL ESTATE,
GAFFNEY, S. C.
Your business Is solicited.
Office In National Bank Building,
FOR BALE AT A BARGAIN.
FINE high grade Jersey Cow. capable
of producing two pounds of
butter a day. N. S. BLACK. R. F. D.
No. 5, Yorkville, S. C.
May 5 t tf
O. E. Wilkin*, W. I. Witherspoon,
President. V. President.
You Insure
Your home to protect you against
fire. You Insure your life to protect
your family in case of death.
It is equally as important to protect
your money and yourself from
useless expenditure by placing all
your money In Bank.
The First National Bank
of Yorkvllle
Will give you the protection you
need.
R. C. ALLEIN, Cashier;
OT We sell Bank Monsy Orders?good
Everywhere.
glasswareT
I have Just received a big supply of
Pressed and Blown Olassware. This
line includes almost everything in the
BioMwor# ar.il th? nrlces are
JustTthe "littlest" you ever saw. Come
and see about my stock. I have:
Berrv Seta, 35c and: up.
loe in Tumblers, 5c each and up.
Syrup Pitchers, 15c and up.
Water Pitchers, 20c and up.
Water Bottles, 20c and up.
Butter Dishes, 25c and up.
Vases?17 inches hiah?15c and up.
8alad Dishes, 10c ana up.
Finger Bowls, 10c and up.
Cream Pitchers, 10c and up.
Vinegar Bottles, 20c and up.
Goblets, 5c each and up.
Footed 8herbet Cups, 10c eaoh ,up.
Candle Sticks with orisms, $1.50 and
upward.
These goods are both In blown and
pressed ware, and both plain and
etched decorations.
T. W. SPECK, The Jeweler.
Roasted
Coffee.
TRY B. D. & T.. IF YOU ARE IN
SEARCH OF COFFEE THAT WILL
PLEASE YOU?PUT UP IN FOUR
POUND CANS AT $1.00.
I HAVE A REAL NICE RICE. OF
COURSE BROKEN. WHICH I AM
SELLING AT 30 POUNDS FOR $1.00.
Mackerel.
ARE YOU FOND OF MACKEREL?
IF YOU ARE, I CAN SUIT YOU, IN
KITS. AS WELL AS IN SMALL
AMOUNTS FROM THE BARREL
LOUIS ROTH.
Dr. J. M. Hunter
OF ROCK HILL, S. C.
Makes a Specially of Cancer,
Tumor, Chronic Ulcers, and
Diseases of the Genito
Urinary Organs.
Treats Without the Knife, Loss of
Blood, and little pi in to the Patient.
Consultation Free. Terms
for Treatment Satisfactory.
25 Years' Praetical
Experience.
Reference to a Few Cases Treated.
R. A. Clark, Canctr of face. Rock
mil, IS. Ui J< J. neeiy, Laucci ui usu^
Tirzah, S. C.; Mrs. J. D. Williams, Cancer
of face, Tirzah, S. C.; Mrs. S. R.
Nelson, Cancer of none, Ogden, S. C.;
J. N. Clontz, Cancer of tongue, Tirzah,
S. C.; Miss Ida Van Tassell, Cancer of
breast, Guthriesvllle, S. C; Mrs. E. C.
Gladden, Cancer of breast, Grover, N.
C.: N. B. Roach, Cancer of throat. Rock
Hill. S. C.
Adickes'
Emporium
Kill the Bugs
On your Irish Potatoes with our VEGETABLE
SPRAYERS?the cheapest,
quickest and best way?good also for
grape vines, fruit trees and such
things.?Reduced in Price.
Plant plenty of BEANS at 5 cents a
pint instead of 10c.
WILBUR'S are the best CATTLE
and POULTRY POWDERS on the
market and 25 per cent cheaper than
others.
FLORIDA VEGETABLES are now
coming in. Prunes, Evaporated Fruit,
etc., are now in order.
One of the best
Crop Cultivators
Is the VICTOR HEEL SWEEPS?
different sized wings to go through the
crop.
WANTED?EGGS and all buyers to
see us for anything in our lines.
ADICKES' EMPORIUM.
WE'VE JUST
GOT IT IN.
We have Just received a large shipment
of LOWNEY'S COCOA and also
POWDERED CHOCOLATE.
We have LOWNEY'S BREAKFAST
COCOA?which is one of the most
j delicious of all table beverages, appe|
tlzing and healthful, in 10 cents and
25 cents boxes. Try Lowney's Breakfast
Cocoa?you will like It so well
you will use It continuously.
LOWNEY'S POWDERED CHOCOLATE
is put up In 10 cent boxes?
containing one-fifth of a pound. It
Is of the same quality as Lowney's
Cake Chocolate, and the only difference
is that it Is ready for Immediate
use by adding a little hot water and
flavoring. Try it. It is fine.
We have a shipment of Extra Nice
Breakfast Bacon?Just the kind to
coax an early morning appetite?Just
telephone us how much you want and
we will send It up or down or over.
It Is for you to say where?but telephone
or come after It?be sure.
FERGUSON & CLINTON.
F. 0. 13 LACK
Lite Insurance.
THE SECURITY LIFE AND j
ANNUM T l/UIVir?l1 T .
The Ideal Life In urance Company.
Famous for its com rrvatlve managemtnt.
liberal contra< s and low rates.
It issues the most popular Annuity,
Disability and En "owment Policy
which provides a f .aranteed annual
income for the wido.tr and orphans, or
yourself In old age that has ever been
Invented.
Investigate the company's merits
and reputation.
FRED C. BLACK, Agent,
Yorkville, S. C.
Over L. & S. Bank.?Front Room.
fcTThe Enquirer ofice is prepared to
execute your orderi. for Hign Grade
Printing. Your orders are solicited.
"Ice Col
WE NOW HAVE OUR FOUNT
OPEN AND ARE WAITING TO
We have added many new drl
son, among which you will find th
BLOW, PAN-AMERICAN ORAN
DARINE, FRUI-MIZ, Etc.
In those always delicious Ci
CHERRY, CRU8HED STRAWBE
SUNDAES.
Our Soda Fountain Is charget
FRUIT SYRUPS, and include A
ORANGE, CHERRY, GRAPE, LI
PEACH, PINEAPPLE, RASPBE
others.
IWe have a dally change of M
promptly fill phone orders.
Come and let us serve you w
Cream "UNDER THE PALMS."
THE YORK
How 1b that?
ub?one of the
. **>4QI l^e State?cai
^u/fllfM li desire, which
K|f ^ HIGH; then c
<# ij Trimmer, and
I In her up-to-d
JBbfesT turns up JACI
over all comp
\\V GAME. So y
y^>\A Y\w We give you t
V \ \'\v Koods. We g<
h\ \ Y'XN you buy from
I \ \ \ \\. See Mrs. Dobst
I \) 1 1' Phone 12.
' want the CAS
ISUSPENDEI
SPECIAL
BOOKED
NEXT MONDAY
YOU CAN BUY 'EM AT
ONLY ONCE A YEAR?NO
*T. YOU MUS
.'TIS USELESS TO EXPLAIN 1
BARGAINS?IT'S ENOUGH TO
CHEAP TO 8ELL CHEAP.
Certainly some of 'em are ODE
are goods JUST FROM THE FA(
JW SEE 8H0V
Asst. No. 1.?Suspenders for M<
20c. TO BRING YOU MONDAY,
Asst. No. 2?Many styles?man]
embroidered?all worth more than
26c. 35c and 46c. TO MAKE A F
No. 3?As above, only better
YOURS MONDAY
No. 4?Our Best?many all ovei
best brass buckles, best kid trlmn
MONDAY AT
Can't tell you much here?our P.
here :
They're not perishable in hot wt
push 'em on you Is: If you can b
mere song you'll defy hot weathe
Asst. No. 1?Consists of Folding
and little "palm-leafs?well boun
ADVERTISE MONDAY YOU GE1
No. 2.?Jap Folding Fans?manj
MONDAY
No.. 3?As above, only better?val
No. 4.?Much better than you us
can have 'em MONDAY FOR ....
Our Doors will be open at 9 a .n
fFoushee
Phone 38.
CHILDREN:?Bring us
and we'll GIVE you a F
A WHIRLv
CLOTH
This sale began last W<
morrow night. Siuce the
of goods?we want to sell
you want Clothing and Hi
MEN'S SUITS, worth $15 to $20 p
OUT PRICE, per suit
MEN'S SUITS, regular price $12.5'
CLOSING OUT PRICE, per ?
MEN'S SUITS worth $10.00 and
CLOSING OUT PRICE, per su
MEN'S SUITS, worth $8.50 per su
PRICE, per suit only
BOYS' TWO-PIECE SUITS, wo
CLOSING OUT PRICE, per 1
BOYS' CRASH SUITS, Our Specl
A Cyclone Hat i
MEN'S STRAW HATS, sizes 63 t
SPECIAL CLOSING OUT PR
MEN'S STRAW HATS, regular p
OUT PRICE, for Saturday on
MEN'S STRAW HATS . regular
CLOSING OUT PRICE, Satun
MEN'S STRAW HATS, regular
CLOSING OUT PRICE, Satu
These SPECIAL CLOSING OL'
HATS are for the days mentioned
WHEN THE GOODS ARE DELIV
No Clothing or Hats will be chart
This Is your opportunity to get th
buyers of Clothing and Hats.
i n wpav
** V* ' ' ?v - - i
LINDSAY'S STUDIO
CCOPYING DONE IN THE STUJ
DIO. Did you know you could
have your Photos?either large or
small?COPIED and finished at Lindsay's
Studio?
Have you given an order for any of
the Photos at $1 a dozen, that have
been so popular the last few months?
If not, do so at once and see other
prices from this up in size and price.
All work the best material and finish.
Miss ROSA J. LINDSAY.
MONEY TO LOAN.
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.
*:
d Soda" ,
MN AND ICE CREAM PARLOR J
SERVE YOU. f
inks and ices to our Menu this sea- L
e following: KOLA MINT, PEACH 1
IQEADE, PINDAR PUNCH, PINI
rushed Ices we have: CRU8HED
iRRY, PINEAPPLE AND PEACH
i
1 with the most delicious of PURE
PRICOT, BLACKBERRY, BLOOD
EMON, LEMON 80UR, ORANGE, 1
RRY, STRAWBERRY and many
- I
[enu in ICE CREAM and will vary
ith the most delicious of Ices and I
1
rvni 1st crnnc
L/I^UU O I VI\.L, |
N, Proprietor.
h - Jack - Game
Why, we have Mrs. Janie Ferguson with
i best makers of Hats and Hat frames in
1 make you any shape frame you may
you cannot get elsewhere. We call that
omes Mrs. Dobson, as Saleslady and
you all know she never falls to please
ate Ideas of Trimming:, and in that way
K for us; and then her very large trade
tetitors certainly gives her a complete
ou see we get HIGH, JACK, GAME,
ip-to-date styles, living prices and new
st goods every week, so you see when
us you get the very latest In headgear.
>n before you buy or you may regret it.
00B80N BROS.' CA8H 8T0RE.
lave a few tags in Drawer which we
H for?IT MEANS YOU. D. B. C. S.
nr w
A. M.--NOT BEFORE.
NE SOLD OVER 'PHONE.
5T COME. ***
TO YOU HOW WE GOT THESE
SAY WE HAVE EM?BOUGHT
>S AND ENDS?but most of 'em
rrORY?SO HERE GOES.
V WIND0W8.
n and Boys?value from 10c to
9 CENT8.
/ colors?many values?some silk
we ask?you'll say they're worth
U88 MONDAY 19 CENT8.
values?cheap at 35c to 50c.
29 CENTS.
r silk embroidered?best elastic?
lings. YOU'LL JUMP AT 'EM
39 CENTS.
~~1 "Off to Foushee's"
BSg #
I
f MONDAY
faj.*
FAN
V
1 SPECIAL
AN will tell It MONDAY if you're
?ather?the reason we're trying to
uy all your summer's FANS at a
r.
Fans?Jap. flowers and figures?
d and worth 5 cents each?TO
r ....FOUR FOR 5 CENT8.
r fancy designs?worth 6c to 10c.
AT 4 CENTS.
ue 15c to 20c MONDAY, 13c.
lually buy for 25c to 35c?but you
19 CENTS.
and we'll look for YOU.
Cash Store
Yorkvillc, S. C.
two (2) of these ads. MONDAY,
'AN.
/ind r
ING SALE!
^dnesday and will end Tosale
began we've sold lots
more. Come tomorrow if
it Bargains. See:
er suit. Our SPECIAL CLOSING
$11.48.
0 and $15 per suit. Our SPECIAL
mlt only $10.48.
$11.00 per suit. Our SPECIAL
lit only $7.50.
it. Our SPECIAL CLOSING OUT
$5.98.
rth $2.50 each. Our SPECIAL
mlt only $1.89.
al Prices from 39c to $1.25.
sale, Saturday.
o 7, regular price $1.25 each. Our
ICE, Saturday only 88 Cts.
rice $1. Our SPECIAL CLOSING
ly 48 Cts.
price 75c each. Our SPECIAL
lay only 38 Ct?. .
price 50 cents. Our SPECIAL 1
trday only 25 Ct?.
fT PRICES ON CLOTHING and j
I only. They are for SPOT CASH
'ERED ACROSS THE COUNTER,
red at the above price to anybody,
le biggest bargains ever offered to j
]
The Leader. !
UNDERTAKING
UNDERTAKING In all Its branches ,
from the cheapest Pine Coffin to< <
the finest State Casket. Robes for i
children, ladies and gentlemen of all (
ages, Slippers, etc. Hearse and. i
Hearse Wagon, Grave Mounds, Funer- I
al Notices, etc. We do Embalming.
State License No. 56. ,
THE YORK FURNITURE CO.
fhe Following is a Part
of My Nearby Offerings;
(indly investigate and what you oan find to intaraat you. Lot mo havo
fOUR DESIRES AND PR0P08ITI0N8. If thoro io any ohanco to ouit you,
vo will tako groat ploaouro in trying to accommodato you. If you havo PROPERTY
THAr 'YOU WANT TO 8ELL, lot it go on our list, ao the country iofaot
amino that brokoro aro tho BEST PARTIE8 TO BUY OR 8ELL PROPERTY
rHROUGH, from tho fact that practico and oxporionoo toach valuable lessons.
YORK COUNTY PROPERTY.
Jo. 354. 100 acres, 11 m. N. Rock Hill, church and school; 50 cultivated, 25 in
timber. Sandy and red. 450 fruit trees. Well. 5-r. dwelling:, barn, pasture,
necessary outbuilding's, fine bottoms, springs, branch and creek $1,500.
Jo. 358. 591 acres on Broad river, near Hickory, 12-h. farm cultivated; church
and school; mixed soil, 2-acre orchard; rolling:, 8 settlements; large barn,
pasture; 125 acres bottoms, springs and branches $15 aero.
Jo. 371. 8-r. dwelling with 3-room basement on 2 acre lot, E. Jefferson St..
Yorkvllle $1,200.
Jo. 379. 65 acres, 1| m. Yorkvllle, churches and schools, 45 cultivated, 20
timber; red and black soil; orchard, partly level, 3 settlements, barn, pasture,
springs and branches $20 aero.
Jo. 384. Stock of general merchandise at Hickory. Dry goods, notions, shoes,
groceries, amounting to about $2,000. 95 per cent on cost.
Jo. 167. 130 acres, Wright Mill property. 4-m. Newport. Church and school.
60 cultivated, 50 timber. Variety of soil, 3-acre orchard, 7-room dwelling,
barn with six stalls, pasture, 2 settlements, iron-clad mill house, 2 story
36x60! 2-storv store 18-28. Wheat and corn mill in same building. Saw
mill attached, run by water power, well, branches and creek jj.uw.
to. 176. 100 acres 3-m. Rock HiH, elegant bottoms, 25 in woods, fine spring.
2 bold streams, suitable for stock-raising or farming $40 acre.
to. 177. 135 acres at Olive P. O., 6-m. to R. R station, one old building,
plenty of wood, rolling $460.
to. 178. 65 acres 2-m. N. Edgemoor, 40 cultivated, 25 timber, 3-r house, nearly
all fenced, bam, well and branch, church and school, rolling, sand soil $850.
to. 180. 54 acres 2-m. 8. Rock Hill, good Improvements, level, on public road,
black soil $1,600.
to. 184. 125 acres 7-m. Tlrzah, church and school, 40 cultivated, 75 timber,
sandy, diversified, orchard. 3-r dwelling, creek. 2 branches, 2 springs.$10acre,
so. 186. 136 acres, 5-m. 8. Orover, N. C., adjoining King's Mountain battleground,
20 cleared, 100 timber, 2 settlements, sandy, diversified, spring and
branch $400.
to. 186. 140 acres 6-m. Hickory Grove on Broad river, church and school. 75
cultivated, 26 timber, mulatto soil, 2 wells, 2 springs and branch, 2 settlements,
other outbuildings ' $3,000.
to. 187. 175 acres S-m. W. McConnellsvllle, 75 cultivated, 26 timber, red soil,
small house and barn, well, spring and branch $8 acre.
sTo. 189. 292 acres 5-m 8. Rock Hill, 2 settlements, creek on one side, public
road on the other; fine for hay and stock raising, mixed soli, rolling, church
and school $10 acre.
to. 190. 219 acres 6-m. McConnells, 100 timber, 100 cleared, 3 settlements,
bam, pasture, orchard, red soli, church and school, rolling, 60-acre wire pasture,
well, spring and stream $2,500.
to. 197. 260 acres 12-m. N. Rock Hill, 125 cultivated ,50 timber, 2 settlements,
5-r dwelling, bam, pasture, springs and branches, sandy and clay soil, diversified.
orchard $7 acre.
to. 198. 320 acres 10-m N. Rock Hill, 6-m. R. R. station, church and school, 150
cultivated, 76 timber, 4-acre orchard, diversified, sand and clay, 2-story 9room
dwelling, large barn, 4 settlements, outbuildings, 3 wells, 2 springs and
2 branches $10 acre.
to. 200. 166 acres, 3-m. E. Rock Hill, 75 In cultivation, timber for place, tenant
house, 8-acre meadow, spring and branch $10 aora.
to. 201. 172 acres J-m. Roddey Station, 90 In cultivation, 75 timber. 2-story
7-room dwelling, outbuildings, well, springs and stream, school on place,level,
on public road $15 acre.
to. 206. 21 acres at Old Point, 6-r dwelling barn, 2-acre orchard, well, tenant
house, partly fenced, level, good community $3,000.
to. 214. 32 acres, 2) m. Yorkvllle; all cultivated, church and' school, mulatto
soil, orchard, undulating, 5-r cottage, new bam, 2 settlements, machine shop
with tools, general lot of machinery and tools with place, on C. & L R. R,
2 weJls $4,000.
Old Machinery Offers in Order,
to. 217. 333 acres, 3-m. W. McConnellsvllle, 100 cultivated, 200 timber, orchard,
4-r dwelling, 3 tenant houses, barn, etc., nearly all under fence, well,
springs and branches, hilly, gravelly soil $2,500.
to. 218. 656 acres at Hickory. 830 In cultivation, 75 timber, level, 9 settlements,
orchard, good outbuildings. One of the finest farms In York county,
red soil, well watered, income 38 bales of cotton $16 acre.
to. 221. 3 tracts, 12) acres, 23 acres, 27) acres, 3-m 8. E. Rock Hill; open land,
blackjack $6 acre.
to. 223. 550 acres at Guthrlesvllle. "Oakhurst Farm." 5-horse farm in cultivation.
100 acres in fine timber. Generally level. Mulatto soil. Small
branches. 4 wells. 2-story 8-room dwelling fronting on railroad. Two cow
bams for 90 milkers, 2 stories, with cemented floors, 4 rooms for keeper.
Large Silo, dairy, etc. 4 tenant houses. Fine farming land,
to. 225. 265 acres, Wallace Gin house tract. Guthrlesvllle. 7 plows running
5 settlements. 60 acres timber. 40 acres fine bottoms, no overflow and fairly
level; mulatto soil
to. 227. 208 acres, two Swann tracts. 2-m. Guthrlesvllle, 4 settlements, 6
plows run, 30 acres fine bottoms, no overflow, good pasture, wood for place,
near church and schools; branches.
Co. 228. 282 acres, Hlcklln's Fishing Creek place, 3-m. uuuinnvii:e, vuc
good settlement with all necessary buildings and 8 tenant houses; 5 plows
run; red clay and sandy loam, generally level, line meadows, bottoms.
Co. 229. 128 acres, Jones' Pishing Creek place, adjoining the above; 3 plows.
3 houses, bottoms, pasture and meadows, fairly level, loam.
Co. 230. 288 acres. Lowry Fishing Creek plaee, opposite side of creek from
two places above; 6 plows and room for 9, level, 6 houses, bottoms, pasture
and meadow. ;
Co. 231. 420 acres, 1J m. N. Fort Mill, ITkl cultivated, 150 timber, orchard, 5-r
dwelling, new barn with 7 stalls. 6 settlements, 7 frame tenant houses, 2 and
3 rooms each, crib, cotton house, shop, wagon and tool shed 28x30, well and
3 springs, church and school, diversified, sand clay $12 per acre.
Co. 232. 100 acres near Smith's T. O.. on Saluda road, 2 tenant houses, barn,
pasture, well, wood for place, blackjack $1,000.
Co. 233. 2 large residence lots on west side King's Mountain street, in Yorkville,
90x400 $300 sach.
Co. 234. 2-story 8-r dwelling on 7-8 acre lot in Yorkville, well, kitchen, garden.
nice shade $1,500.
Co. 235. Handsome residence, attractively located in Yorkville, 3-story 12-r 1
dwelling, 4-acre lot, beautifully laid out, fine fruit, garden, excellent water,
electric lights, house and grounds piped for running water, one acre separated
from residence by wire fence, on which are nine frame cottages, comprising
21 rooms in all $12,500.
Co. 236. 2-story brick store at Hickory, 25x100 feet, on Wylie avenue, 40-foot
basement, cemented $2,000.
Yame store building, 26x80, on lot 30x210, corner Wylie avenue and York street,
Hickory; finest stand in the town $600.
Co. 237. 42 acres in corporate limits of Rock Hill, 7-room dwelling, splendid
grove, suitable for truck, poultry, fruit or building lots. Main street extension
will run through property $5,000.
Co. 295. 6-r. cottage at Lesslles. barn with 4 stalls, smoke house, well and
garden, on 1) acre lot, on R. R $450.
Co. 303. 40 acres at Lesslles, S. C.; 3-r cottage, small barn, spring, branch, 4
acres timber, 5 acres pasture $30 acre.
Co. 317. Store rooms 20x60 on lot 36x210, good repair; Catawba $300.
Co. 320. 186 acres, 3-miles E. Guthrlesvllle, 60 cultivated, 86 timber; 2 settlements;
barn, crib, cotton house, well, spring, branch and creek, sandy and
blackjack, lies rolling, good meadow $11 acre.
Co. 328. Shop and lot at Catawba S. C $150.
Co.330-W. 2-story, 10-r. dwelling, 3 acre lot on Peachtree and York streets,
Hickorv. S. C.. fruit, level, 113-ft. tube well, barn 30x40, all under fence
S4 MA
brick and wood house, garden
Uao 4 2-room houses in Hickory $106 each.
Jo. 331-W. 162 acres, one mile of Hickory, 70 cultivated, 16 timber, grey and
red soil, rolling, 3-settlements, 2-story barn, small pasture, spring, branches
and creek, 14 acres bottom, no overflow $12.50 per acre.
Jo. 332. 102 acres Blackjack land, 1} m. S. E. Rock Hill, fine for pasture
$4.50 per acre.
Jo. 334. 2-story dwelling, store below and 4 rooms upstairs, acre lot, at
Smith's T. O., well, kitchen, all under fence, garden
Jo. 335. 145 acres near Bandana. 90 cultivated, 40 timber, orchard, 8-room
dwelling, barn, posture, 2 settlements, cribs, cow barns, lumber house, well,
2 branches and 2 springs, church and school, sandy, rolling ....$18 per acre.
Jo. 336-W. 88 acres near Smyrna, S. C., church and school, 10 cultivated, 50
In wood, rolling, spring, 2 branches, red soil, 1,000 cords wood on place, $8 acre.
Jo. 337. 61 acres in corporate limits of Hickory, 25 cultivated. 35 timber,
orchard, boiling, 2-story 5-r dwelling, barn, pasture, on both sides of R. R.
Good site for cotton mill, 3 springs and two branches .$1,200.
Jo. 339. 145$ acres near Bethesda; church and school, 100 cultivated, 40 In
woods, grey and sandy soil, comparatively level, barn, pasture, 4 settlements,
well, several springs and 2 branches $18 acre.
Jo. 347. 316 acres, 2} m. Catawba, church and school, 140 cultivated, 76 timber,
sandy, red, orchard, rolling. 6-r. dwelling. 6 settlements, large bam, pasture,
other improvements, 40 acres river bottoms not gubject to overflow,
well, 2 branches and creek $12.50 acre.
Jo. 216. 100 acres. 3 m. Sharon, 40 cultivated, 40 timber; 2 settlements, barn,
large frame mill house, run by water power, sandy loam, mostly hilly, $1,000.
CHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY.
Jo. 12. 600 acres at Lewis' Turnout. School and church; 400 cultivated, 150
In timber: black soil, level; 6-r. dwelling. Large barn, fine pasture, 4 settlements.
4 wells and 2 streams, on railroad .$12.50 acre.
Jo. 13. 288 acres at Edgmoor. 144 cultivated, 75 In timber; church and school,
sandy, rolling; 4-r. cottage, barn, pasture; 2 settlements, cotton houses, etc.,
well, springs and creek ....$12 acre.
Jo. 16. 88 acres. 2 m. Smith's'Turnout. 30 cultivated, 20 timber, mulatto,
level; 4-r. dwelling; pasture, well and branch $1,320.
Jo. 23. 2-story 15-r. hotel, central part of Chester. Waterworks and well;
nice shade; corner York and Saluda streets $3,500.
Jo. 24. 2-story store on Depot St., at Edgmoor. Lot 75x210. Good opening
for business, $500. Also 4-r dwelling on Bridge street, on 1 1-13 acre lot; I
barn, garden, fruit, well $750.
Jo. 297. 956 acres 5 m. Leeds on Sandy river. 350 cultivated, 400 timber.
Large orchard, hilly and rolling: 8 settlements: 10 stalls; 50 acres bottoms;
springs and branches; church and school $12.50 acre.
Jo. 318. New 5-r house, fronting 70 ft. on Foote st., In Chester. City water,
bath room $1,500.
Jo. 319. Brick sale and livery stable In Chester, centrally located on Columbia
st. Waterworks and electric lights, 4 box stalls, 28 open stalls; sheds full
length of stable on each side; office, harness and grain rooms; lot 140x155.
Annual business SoO.OOO $6,000.
Jo. 326. 302 acres 3 m. Chester. Church and school; 150 cultivated, 50 timber;
mulatto soil, orchard, nearly level; 8-room dwelling, large barn; half of
place under wire fence; 4 settlements, other outbuildings; well, springs and
branches $25 acre.
Jo. 376. 5 lots in Chester. No. 2?72x213; No. 4?130x155; No. 6?72x125; No.
8?72x114, on Epworth street, $150 each. Lot on Reedy street. 42 feet front,
88 feet back, and 250 feet deep $225.
CHEROKEE COUNTY PROPERTY.
Jo. 362. 2-story 8-r dwelling on acre lot, cor. Pine and Shelby sts., Blacksburg.
Orchard; level; barn, carriage house and wood shed; all under fence: nice
shade; flower and vegetable gardens $1,500.
* ?U-IU" 1 ufa niaolfahiir?' lot
SO. 363. 3 DUSineBB nouses, cur. anriuy unu cuciuivcv OVD.,
159x200 feet; center of business portion of town $2,000.
No. 364. 2-story 7-r. dwelling on 3-acre lot, Pine st., Blacksburg; orchard;
elevated: well; barn; all under fence: servant house; cement cellar; poultry
and meat houses; shade, flowers and lawn; garden $4,000.
No. 365. 3,000 acres, 7-m. Gaffney, church and school, 500 cultivated, 200 timber;
red and gray soil; diversified; 5-r brick dwelling; large barn; 1.000
acres pasture; 25 settlements: springs, well and creek; water power; 16
mules, 50 head of cattle, 1,000 bushels corn with place $11 acre.
No. 366. 4-r. dwelling on lot 55x200, Fairvlcw ave., Gaffney; level; barn, buggy
and poultry houses, garden; all under fence $1,050.
No. 367. 2-story brick store, adjoining Carroll & Carpenter, Gaffney... .$3,000.
No. 368. 8 lots on Claremont st., Gaffney, 70x200 feet $125 to $350.
No. 369. 6-r. cottage on lot 72}xl35; city water; fenced and new; rents for
312.50 a month, $1,750. (2). 6-r. Cottage on lot 72}xl35; city water; servant
house; rents for 315 month; near depot, $2,500; (3). 2-story 7-r dwelling;
city water, etc., $1,750. All in Gaffney.
No. 370. 5-r. cottage on lot 100x200, Cherokee ave., Gaffney; stable and garden
$1,300.
No. 372. New 4-r. cottage on lot 100x160, cor. Jefferson and Laurel sts., Gaffney;
city water, garden and orchard $1,550.
No. 380. 39J acres, 1J m. Gaffney, church and school; nearly all cultivated,
gray soil, rolling; 4-r. house; barn; 3 settlements; fine brick or tiling machine
now in operation, supply inexhaustible; well; income 3400 $5,000.
No. 381. 9-r. house on 1 1-5 acre lot. Robinson and Depot sts., Gaffney. 147
ft. front; orchard, well, barn, poultry house: shade and garden $1,600.
No. 382. 2-acre lot at Limestone Springs. 1 m. Gaffney. near Limestone College;
4-r dwelling; well and spring; crib, stable, outhouse, basement and
cellar; all under fence; garden, shade trees $700.
REMEMBER, to sell property we must have an assortment to satisfy the demands.
Bidders, Buyers and 8ellers are very essential. We would rather have
sustomers bid half what property is worth than to have a bundle of questions
asked and no propositions made. We eater to the trading class, those who are
ready to say and do something. There ie thousands of property throughout this
sountry that can be bought at money-making prices. The more land traders
we have the better will be the DEMAND, PRICES AND CONDITION OF OUR
COUNTRY.
J. Edgar Poag - - Broker - - Rock Hill, S. C.
"CUT8 THE EARTH TO 8UIT YOUR TASTE." <
LADIES' TAIL
SKIRT
SPECIAL INTRO!
W1
the
?'/" Vy''\V': ho\
the
. ^^B eve
flreSH
^^B as (
jRBjB the
dies' Custom-Made Skirt*
come. You can buy these
tory Sale much cheaper tl
grade of goods six mont
see our Skirts and Suits a
CRASH 8KIRT?Full width, Inve
trimmed with fancy black an
8KIRT?Good quality denim, full i
at side with three bias straps
small plait, well made and pe
and dark gray. 8peeial Iritro
UNLINED BRILLIANTINE 8KIR
side gores finished with smal
straps and small covered bul
brown. Our 8peoial Intro duo
8UIT8?Made of fair quality pe
waist made full front, finlshe
ble standing collar, full sluev<
small plaits; full width skirt,
each side of front gore, well! nr
PERCALE SUIT?-Fancy figured i
six narrow plaits, center plait
work embroidery, detachable
French back, finished with 26
the front of store. 8peoisl In
NAVY BLUE PERCALE SUIT?G
finished at yoke with smslll p
plait, with pearl buttons, b
with four small plaits, full wl
finished with small plaits, stl
This Is a handsome suit 8p<
PERCALE 8UIT?Good quality,
front finished with six small
<*nter nlalt to match, fancy
finished with two side plaits,
seam finished with red piping,
PERCALE 8UIT.?Waist made lr
front, finished with white stl
sleeves, French back finished
skirt, flare bottom, trimmed
white piping, cadet blue color.
We have lots of other styles a
scribe these' to give you an Idea
for yourself. We can most llkelj
prices, and save you lots of anno)
THE STRAUSS-S]
Main and Liberty Sta.
I am not superstitious, but
I do believe in
-sio-nsrsPainted
anywhere?on anything.
A. B. GAINES.
tr Wanted?Your orders for the Last
grade of Commeroial Stationery, Law
Briefs, Arguments, or anything else if
you want the Best work.
I J. M. HEA
I GENERAL MI
CLOTHING
I GOOD
WHEN you buy Clotbi
or little, you want the verj
I money will buy. We beli
you in this respect. We 1
qualities?we know we car
See lis for what you want.
We have fancy two-piec<
Three-piece Suits at $12.5
I then we have especially ni<
in black?three-piece?for
then we have no end of M
for spring wear at $3 and $
STRAW HATS FOR S
I As Easter Sunday has ]
Straw Hats has been raise
a* m . 1 r\.
I show out witn a new ati
you in all styles, weights,
up to a $5 Panama. See o
GENTLEMEN'S OXFO
I We have a full line of !
tlemen in blacks and tan
We also have complete
black, tan and white. Cot
We have about 75 pai:
I sizes, that we offer at 5? C
pair is worth double the m
Groceries and f
Wholesale and
I We buy our Groceries
lots and in this way we sec
and this fact places us in a
tomers?both wholesale ac
prices. We will be please
I INSIDE prices on Flour
Sugar, Coffee, Nails, Barbe
Get our prices before bu^
J. M. HEA
| J. L. WILLIAMS, Manage
\
ORED
S AND SUITS.
DUCTORY SALE.
ien we purchased our stock
ladies' Ready-Made Skirts
i Suits we only had in view
: introduction of these garnts
to our lady friends that
y might see for themselves
v stylishly and how well
y are made. We hadn't
in the ideaof making legitite
profits on our first stock,
)ur present prices on incsc
>ds will evidence. We are
e, however, that these garnts,
once fairly introduced,
1 grow steadily in favor; as
y have in neighboring citand
towns, and in the larg:ities,
where they are sold
thousands. In other words
are looking to the future
profits, for big sales of la;
and Suits are certain to
s now during our Introduclan
you can buy the same
hs from now. Come and
nd buy NOW.
rted plait back, front gone, neatly
d white braid. 8peeial at 60 eta.
vldth, Inverted plait back, trimmed
?. matoh anith Mun finished with
rfect fit and hang, in brown, blue
ductory Price 98 eta
T?Full width, Inverted plait back,
1 plaits and trimmed at top with
ttons, bound seams. In black and
tory Price $Z28.
rcale, assorted figured patterns,
d with four small plaits, detachers,
French back finished with two
trimmed with one row of piping on
tade and full slses. 8peeisl, 89 eta
pattern waist, made full front with
t trimmed with one row of openstanding
tab collar, full sleeves,
one inch side plaits. See them at
troductory Pries only $180.
ood quality, waist made full front
lalts, stitched with white center
&b collar, French back finished
dih skirt, flare bottom, each seam
tched with white to match waist
oial Introductory Pries $1.75.
linen color only; waist made full
plaits trimmed with red piping,
buttons, tab collar, French back,
full width skirt, flare bottom, each
Speeial Introductory Pries, $1.89.
i the popular full front style, yoke
tching and iimail tucxs, new siyic
with six small tucks; full width
with straps at top, finished with
, Special Introductory Prioe, (2.98.
nd at different prices, and Just deof
what we have. Come and see
r please you In Quality, styles and
ranee. Come today If you can.
MITH COMPANY,
Yorkville, S. C.
CHAMPION ROLLER MILLS.
Zeno, 8. C.
IT gives us pleasure to inform the
public that our mills have been thoroughly
overhauled, and that we are
prepared to furnish our patrons with
the finest flour that can be made in
this country.
Custom Is solicited from all who may
be seeking the best
d. L. RIDDLE, Proprietor.
July 22 f.t tf
' 1
>tf 8end The Enquirer your next order
for Stationery.
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rH & uo.,
DRCHANDISE.
FOR I
DRESSERS. I
ing whether you pay much I
/ BEST quality that your V
eve that we can best serve ft
lave the quantities and the
i make satisfactory prices.
? Suits at $8 and $10 each. I
o and $15 the Suit. And V
:e unfinished worsted suits ft
men at 4.15 the Suit. And I
en's Odd Coats and Vests I
*3-5?UMMER
WEAR.
passed the ban against the ?
d and \rou're expected to A
aw Hat. We can supply
sizes and prices from 25c
iur Straw Hats.
RDS. , I
Douglas' Oxfords for geu- I
is at $2.50, $3 and $3.50. I
line of Ladies' Oxfords in I
ne and see them,
rs of Ladies' Shoes, small I
JENTS A PAIR?every Z
loney.
J n M/l ?? rA MA
laiuyyai t?
I Retail. |
- and Hardware in carload j
rare the very lowest prices I
position to give our custo- I
id retail?the very closest
:d to quote our customers I
, Bacon f Lard, Molasses,
;d Wire. Hoes, Plows, etc.
ijig?we'll interest you.
TH & CO? I
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