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t.h? Neoro and the South.?We
note the following in the State of September
28th:
"A meeting of negroes in Fort Mill.
* S. C., last Sunday was held in honor
of Capt. S. E. Whlte( who erected a
monument to 'the faithful slave.' The
demonstration was a sharp contrast to
that shown when the monument was
unveiled, there being then only 25 negroes
present. Two negro speakers
were present for the occasion and both
gave sound advice to their race, advisV
ing the negro that his only hope lay
in the south and the southern white
man. That the south contributed more
for his advancement Intellectually and
otherwise in one year than the north
did in ten years. Both speakers condemned
assault and claimed that wh?n
a negro died for assault on a white
woman he died Justly. They also endorsed
the separation of white and
blacks In railway and street car service
and claimed that the negro had
^ no right to protest so long as he was
f receiving the same accommoaauons.
This advice is timely and sound doctrine
and If the negro race had a few
more such leaders to direct its course
and point out the way for its race the
negro would see in a few years the
folly of his way and become as he
should, a peaceful and law-abiding citizen,
free from the avarice and crime
that now stain his history as a race
and as an individual."?Clifton Chronicle.
Hatne Talks Cotton.?A special to
the Atlanta Constitution from New
Orleans says:
^ Prank B. Hayne, the noted cotton
bull operator, returned to New Orleans
today, after a three months' absence
on the floor of the New York
cotton exchange, declared that the bull
pool now operating to raise the price
of cotton is the richest pool ever organized
in America, and is amply able
to do what it has set out to accomplish.
Hayne's statements regarding the
pool have broken the mystery which
surrounded the new aggregation which
^ expects to put cotton at the top notch.
Heretofore the greatest secrecy has
been maintained regarding every detail
of the pool's personnel and movements,
and even Mr. Hayne was not ready to
give the whole matter to the public.
He stated, however, that the pool
rwas not composed of southern men although
many New Orleans men, he de
ciared are very buiiisn on couon. mr.
Hayne would not admit nor deny that
he was In the pool himseir, but stated
that his ideas were In line with the
Ideas of those In the deal, which was
that cotton Is cheap at the present
price, and that during no month of the
coming year will the staple sell for less
than 10 cents.
Hayne estimates the crop at 10,600.000
bales. The demand, he says, will
be enormous.
Fair Price For Cotton.?The Brltlsh
cotton spinners say through Preswlth
American cotton planters. All the
ident McAra that they have no quarrel
former want, says Mr. McAra, Is 8 cent
cotton. He seems to expect the New
England spinners to Join him In the demand
because the cost of the carriage
of cotton to the New England mills Is
? as great as the cost of carriage by sea
to Lancashire. The spinners, whether
American or British, will not soon be
gratified by a return to 8-cent cotton.
The -grower Is not well rewarded when
cotton sells at 8 cents. In this respect
Mr. McAra is misinformed. In no season
Is 8-cent cotton reasonably remunerative.
Ten-cent cotton leaves a
lever margin of profit in the hands of
the farmer, but 8-cent cotton does not,
and the demand for a return to 8-cent
cotton can not be granted. It would
mean a serious reduction In the crop,
and the spinners certainly do not desire
smaller crops of raw cotton. If
the price of cotton coyld be established
at^teu cents the best possible results
V-? wou'd be obtained. The farmer would
secure a satisfactory profit, and he
would proceed to make all the cotton
the world needs, and the spinner would
simply base the price of his goods on
the price he paid for raw cotton. Why
then should not the price be ten, Instead
of eight, cents??Birmingham
Age-Herald.
Record Breaking Cotton Delivery.?Under
the heading "Price
forces Hoadley to buy and pay for
130,000 bales," The New York.EvenV
lng Journal of September 30. say3
In part: The Hoadley syndicate In
cotton and its friend were forced to
accept and pay for 130,000 bales of
actual cotton at the market price of
$715,000. That is the second largest
delivery ever made in New York. It
was exceeded two years ago when an
attempt was made to break the corner
of W. P. Brown and Frank
Hayne. The delivery was planned by
Theodore H\ Price, the bear leader.
It was believed that the Hoadley
people would be unable to pay and
>> the market would collapse. The delivery
of this vast amount of cotton
almost cleans up the stock in New
York. There are on hand ? 160,000
bales that can be delivered. Hoadley
comes into possession of practically
the entire supply. Mr. Hoadley was
seen at his home this evening, and
W after reading the foregoing stated
| that he and his associates had taken
" this cotton by reason of his absolute
\ confidence in assurances given by
Harvie Jordan that the growers of
. the south would live up to their
agreement to hold for a minimum of
\ eleven cents.
t ; ?
i Just a Little Sore.?Referring to
what it calls the College Fiasco, the
Sumter Item in its issue of yesterday
says among other things:
Clinton retains the college, upon
which she undoubtedly has a strong
moral claim, and it is to be hoped
that the next time the board of trustees
find the college in need of money
that they think Clinton should
furnish they will say to Clinton in
all candor, 'the college needs $20,000
I or $50,000 or whatever the necessity
I of the case demands, and you must
furnish it. If you cannot or will
fc- not say so now or forever after hold
F your peace." If Clinton refuses to
comply with their demands, the way
will then be open to put the college
\ on the block to be knocked down to
I the highest bidder.
> It is unfortunate that the misapprehension
of the situation was created,
for It has aroused unpleasant
feeling and instead of the college
k . being strengthened as a result of
^ the agitation it has lost friends here
oicou'hcre Olinton retains her
P college but It will remain Clinton
college for many years to come?at
l least until Sumter and other communities
forget their soreness over the
false and unexpectedly disagreeable
^ position they were led into assuming.
Report of the Oinnbrs.?The census
bureau at Washington on yester- [
day issued a bulletin showing the
quantity of cotton of the growth of
1905 to September 25 to be 2,358,031
bales. The figures by states are fol- I
lows:
State. Bales.
Alabama 330,308
Arkansas 9,352
Florida 18,864
Georgia 600,212
? Indian Territory 14,695
Louisiana 44,794
Mississippi 98,617
Missouri 245
North Carolina 121,243
Oklahoma 8,825
South Carolina 329,882
Tennessee 3,2551
Texas 777,446
f~ Virginia 293
In this report two round bales have
been counted as the equivalent of one
square bale. The number of round
bales included is 72 196.
? President E. D. Smith and Hon.
John L. McLaurln of the South Carolina
Southern Cotton association, are
' booked to speak in GafTney next Monday.
AT THE CHURCHES.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN.
rev. e. e. gillespie, pastor.
Prayer-meeting tomorrow evening
at 8 o'clock.
TRINITY METHODIST EPISCOPAL.
rev. j. l. stokes, d. d., pastor.
Prayer-meeting Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock.
ASSOCIATE REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN.
rev. w. c. ewart, pastor.
Prayer-meeting tomorrow afternoon
at 4.30 o'clock.
ferial Jtotires.
Card of Thanks.
I desire to thank the patrons that
I have been serving during the past
two years on rural route No. 2 from
Clover for the many kindnesses
shown me. I am now carrier on No.
13 from Clover, which Includes a part
of No. 2, and I will try to continue to
do my duty as I see it.
W. M. Matthews.
Clover, S. C.,October 2, 1905.
rw a t. It.
Very Low Rates via Southern Railway.
To Washington, D. C., and Return?
Account American Bankers association.
October 10-13, 1905. One fare
nlus 25 cents for the round trip.
Tickets on sale Oct tlth and 9th, final
limit Oct. 15th, with privilege of
extension for an additional ten days
on deposit of ticket and payment of
fee of 50 cents.
To Chicago, 111., and Return?Account
National Baptist convention, colored,
October 25th-31st, 1905. One fare
plus 50 cents for the round trip.
Tickets on sale Oct. 23 and 24, limited
to return leaving Chicago not later
than November 5th, 1906.
For further Information, as to rates,
schedules, etc. call on any Agent of
Southern Railway, or address R. W.
HUNT. Charleston, S. C., or BROOKS
MORGAN, Atlanta, Ga.
$he gorhcillf Cotton Jftarhet.
Corrected Semi-Weekly by Meters.
Latta Brom.
Yorkvillb, October 3, 12 m.?The
local market stands as follows:
Cotton 10J
Latta Bros.
FOR 8ALF.
REM-SHO Typewriter for sale at a
bargain. Can be seen at Western
Union Telegraph office.
hi h. beard.
Oct. 3. t.f tf.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED.
Respectable white woman to
do light house work?no washing
required. Address JOHN t. lathAM,
Yorkvllle R. F. D. No. 4 It
FOR SALE.
TWO good MULES, aged 7 and 8
years and weighing about 1,100
pounds each. JOS. M. WHITESIDES,
R. F. D. No. 2, Hickory, S. C.
Oct. 3. t.f *2t
FOR LEASE?SALE OPTION.
SANDERS Store place, 88 acres:
Porter Good (Roseborough) place,
88 acres: J. C. Gwln (McKnight)
place, 100 acres. All In Bullock's
Creek township. C. E. SPENCER.
Oct. 3V t v 4t.
TO DEBTORS OF
DR. T. B. HOUGH.
YOU are hereby respectfully notified
that I have Instructions to close up
all accounts. You are therefore requested
to see me without delay.
J. C. WILBORN. Atty. at Law.
Oct. 3. tf. 4t
~ COTTON INSURANCE.
I AM prepared to write Insurance
on Cotton stored either in open (
yard or In outbuildings on farms.
Farmers can arrange to borrow
money on my insurance policies on
cotton held on their farms the same
as If the cotton were stored in a
warehouse in town. Write or call at
my office for rates of Insurance and
other Information. J. R. LINDSAY.
Oct. 3. t.f. tf.
THE STORY OF YOUR LIFE
IN love, business, marriage, etc., together
with a discussion of your
ability, proclivities and characteristics
of nature by the science of Chiromancy
or palmistry will Interest
and benefit you. Not a. mind-reader,
Hindoo seer or Gypsy cardologist. but
a southern palmist. Office at Sherer
House.
Oct. 3. t. It.
EDUCATIONAL NOTICE.
EVERY subscriber to the Clinton
Cbllege Fund is earnestly requested
to meet at the Court House tomorrow
(Wednesday) evening at 7.30
o'clock. Important educational matters
to be considered.
W. G. WHITE.
R. T. ALLISON.
O. E. WILKINS,
WITHERS ADICKES,
THOS. F. McDOW,
W. P. HARRISON,
J. E. LOWRY,
J. F. WALLACE.
J. D. MCDOWELL.
J. F. McELWEE.
Subscription Committee.
TAX LEVIES FOR 1005.
Office of the County Treasurer of York
County.
Yorkvilus, S. C.t Sept. 22, *1905.
IN compliance with the law, I hereby
give notice of the several tax
levies for the year, 1905. to wit:
Levy for State purposes, 5 J mills on ,
the dollar.
Levy for ordinary County purposes,
4 mills on the dollar.
Levy for Constitutional School
purposes, 3 mills on the dollar. Aggregating
12i mills on all property
in the county, and in addition to the
above?
A Special Levy of 2J mills on all
property In Catawba Township to pay
interest on Township Bonds, making
a total levy on all property of 14J
mills in said township.
Also a Special School Tax of 2
mills on all property in School District
No. 12, making a total levy of 16 J
mills on all property of Catawba ,
township in said No. 12 District.
A Special Levy of 1J mills on all ,
property in Ebenezer township, for
Interest on Township Bonds, making
a total levy of 14 mills in said township;
also a Special School levy of 2
mills on all property lying in District
No. 12?making a total levy of 16
mills on all property in said School
District.
A Special Levy of 3J mills, for interest
on Township Bonds, on all
property in York township?making
a total levy of 16 mills on all property
in said township; also a Special
Levy of 3 mills for school purposes on
all property in District No. 11, and
a Special Levy of 1} mills, for Interest
on School Bonds, making a total
levy of 201 mills on all property in
District No. 11 (Ycrkvllle). A Special
Levy of 2 mills on all property in
York township, in Distr'ct No. 33. for
School purposes, makir % a total levy
of 18 mills on the Yora part of said
District.
A Special Levy of 2 mills on all
property of District 29, Bethesda
township, making a total levy of 14 J
mills in said district.
A Special Levy of 2 mills on all
property of District No. 33, which is
In Bethesda township, making a total
levy of 14 J mills, on the Bethesda
part of said District.
A Special Levy of 4 mills on all
property in District No. 9, Broad
River township, making a total levy
of 16J mills on all property in said
District; a special Levy of 3 mills on
all property in District No. 40, Broad
River township, making a total levy
of 15i mills on all property in said
District.
A Special Levy of 3 mills, on all
property in Districts Nos. 26 and 39,
in Fort Mill township, making a total
levy of 15} mills on all property
of the said School Districts.
Also One Dollar on all taxable
Polls?between ages of 21 and 60
years?and 50c on all dogs.
H. A. D. NEELY. County Treasurer.
Oct. 3 t It
WARNING.
ALL persons are warned against
employing or harboring my son,
ED MILLER, who left my home October
1. He is 14 years of age?large to
his age?light ginger-cake color. Has
scar from burn on cheek, scar over
one eye. Will pay $10 for his return
to me or $5 for information as to his
whereabouts. Address ED MILLER,
R. F. D. No. 1, Guthriesvllle, S. C.
Oct. 3 t It*
Home Insurance at Cost.
$23,258.00
PAID TO THE BENEFICIARIES OF
DECEASED MEMBERS OF THE
FARMERS' MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY IN FOUR YEARS.
Please do not forget that we
we were the first to offer this plan to
the people of this country. By this
plan every policy-holder becomes a
part of the Company and is helping
to furnish HIS OWN INSURANCE,
and at a LOWER RATE than any
other Company or Association can
offer it. You can get a policy for
the small sum of $3.00 Entrance Fee,
and one death assessment. Our Second
Division is now open and members
are being enrolled. You can
hold a policy in the First or Second,
or in both Divisions. Apply to
D. E. HONEY. Manaaer.
Yorkvllle, S. C.
WE HAVE
LANDRETH'S
RED AND WHITE
BERMUDA
ONION SETSNEW
CROP.
YORK DRUG STORE,
J. B. BOWBN, PROP.,
Yorkville, S. C.
The Past and the Future.
You may not know a great deal
about what the future of an Individual
or corporation will be but If you have
any faith In any promises that your
neighbor or a corporation may make
you is it not based on your knowledge
of that neighbor's or corporation's past
record for honest, clean, dealing with
yourself and others? Is there any way
:o Judge the future except by the past?
While there are In the neighborhood
of 100 life Insurance companies doing,
or trying to do, business in the United
States today on the old line, legal reserve
plan there is not one that has
as long and clean a record for fair,
honest dealing with every policy holder
as has the Mutual Benefit, and although
old In years it Is the youngest
of all the companies when it comes to
modern methods. It adheres to its
original principle of doing business,
because the management has always
kept in sight the fact that business
principles are the same today as before
the flood?they never change. No company
has ever yet been a competitor
of the Mutual Benefit in the matter of
low cost for gilt edge Life Insurance.
A careful investigation will convince
you of this fact. Don't Insure In a
company that has no past?and a clean
one at that. The future of a company
without a past may be very short?
not long enough to be able to hand a
check for the face of your policy to
your widow and orphans. Scores of
legal reserve companies have died
young, but not one has ever yet died
after reaching the age of 30 years. The
Mutual Benefit was 60 years old last
January. Look before you leap. The
other fellow will urge you not to look, |
but always bear In mind that it is possibly
his interest and not yours that
he is looking after.
SAM M. GRIST, Special Agent.
CARROLL'S STANDARD
WAREHOUSE.
IS at the disposal of farmers who desire
to store cotton. I furnish storage
and Insurance at low rates and
when desired either advance money
myself or give warehouse receipts
upon which money can be borrowed at
reasonable rates at the bank.
W. R. CARROLL.
Sept. 19 t.f tf
THE "WE FIX IT" SHOP.
WE are repairing, repainting, and
overhauling Buggies, and we are
doing this work at prices that are
right.
You'll find us In the rear of Riddle
& Carroll's.
Yours for business.
R. E. MONTGOMERY, Proprietor.
FOUND WATCH AND CHAIN.
THE lady or gentleman who lost a
Watch and Chain at Tirzah on the
occasion of the Tlllman-Brice debate,
may recover the same by identifying
the same and paying for this advertisement.
Write or tfpply to
YORKVILLE ENQUIRER.
YORK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION.
THE York Baptist association will
convene In the Baptist church at
Fort Mill on Friday, October 20, at 11
o'clock and each church of the association
is expected to send Its full
quota of delegates. Rev. J. D. Huggins,
pastor of the church at Fort Mill,
should be notified of the names of delegates
not later than Saturday, October
7, 1905. J. J. WATERS,
Moderator.
Sept. 19 t.f 4t
FOR RENT.
FIRST-CLASS four-horse farm on
my home place, six miles northeast
of Yorkville. Residence included.
For terms, etc., write to or call
on me at Yorkville.
Mrs. M. E. NICHOLS.
Sept. 26 t.f 3t
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COTTON ASSOCIATION
ASSESSMENT.
MEMBERS of the York Township
Southern Cotton association are
requested to at once make payment of
their assessment to Messrs. Carroll
Bros, or Mr. James M. Starr. The assessment
is based on estimated crop
and can be paid without delay.
R. E. McFARLAND. !
Secretary and Treasurer York Township
Cotton Association.
" Sept. 26. t.f 3t
ttr Wanted?Your orders for the best
arade of Commercial Stationery! Law
Briefs, Arguments, or anything else if
you want the Best work.
LADIES\
) Dear Ladles: Wh
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you my Hat8, teI
/1 and how to wear
to buy or not?w
Ml & SwOj. on styles and prl
come and see M
stock to select fn
# : /a & you than ever- ^
M/JI/p^ul i Plumes and Porr
Jfyj(*N r/tll lection before the
J/ DOBSO
[If J AJ Don't forget L
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For the Toilet
Our line of Toilet Articles is most
complete, including a full assortment
of Colgate's Soaps, Toilet Powders,
Toilet Waters, Brushes, Combs, Tooth
Brushes, Bath Sponges?and by the
way, In passing the "Kleanwell"
Russian Rubber Bath Sponge Is the
finest thing for the bath tub ever offered
to the public. It cleans and invigorates
the skin as no other can or
will do. It leaves the skin with that
delightful tingle that is so pleasant
after the bath. See them. Our Violet
Ammonia Water at 25 cents a bottle
is delicately scented and when
used in the bath it is certainly great.
Try a bottle. We also have full supply
of Tooth Pastes, Powders and
Liquids. If you want anything In the
line of Toilet Articles we can supply
you with the goods at just the right
prices. Come and see us.
STAR DRUG STORE,
D. L. Shieder, Prop.
LAND FOR SALE.
JF not disposed of at private sale In
the meantime, I will sell at public
auction before the court house door at
Yorkville on MONDAY, Salesday for
NOVEMBER, the Mrs. M. E. McLEAN
home place, known as the "Bigger
place," and consisting of 217 acres
more or less. This is a first-class plantation
in the Point section of Bethel
township, and adjoining the lands of
Dr. T. W. Campbell and others.
Terms?One-half CASH, and balance
In one year from date of sale.
J. D. B. McLEAN, Executor.
Sept 26 t td
STANDARD WAREHOUSE.
WE have contracted with J. J. Keller
& Co. for a Standard Cotton
Warehouse with 2,500 bales of cotton
capacity to be completed by November
i?if* fhon n-e will he nrenared to store
cotton for the public. We will be glad
to have parties desiring to store cotton
confer with us. LATTA BROS.
Sept. 19. t.f tf.
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and colors. We haven't a
store, but as we have
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Dr. J. M. Hunter,
OF ROCK HILL, S. C ,
Makes a Specialty of
Cancers, Tumors, Chronic Ulcers,
Diseases of the Liver, Kidneys, Dyspepsia
and Indigestion, and Diseases
of the Genlto-Urinary Organs.
Treats Without the Knife, Loss ?<f
Blood, and Little Pain to Patient.
Terms of Treatment Satisfactory*
25 Years of Practical Experience.
-CALL AND SUL IIS.
ien you are ou^ shopping, don't fail
le. I will take pleasure In showing
ling you what the latest styles are,
them, no matter whether you want
111 take special pains in posting you
ces. I am well posted In either, so
[rs. Dobson. We have a splendid
)m and are better prepared to serve
til styles of Hats. Ribbons, Flowers,
i Pons. Come and make your ses
stock gets picked over. Phone 12.
N BROS.' CASH STORE.
aundry leaves every Tuesday eventharp.
D. B. C. S.
CAROLINA
nUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION
S. L. MILLER, Pres. and Sec.
Selling the Best and Cheapest Insurance
Ever Offered in South Carolina.
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No Investment?Protection and Expenses
Only Charge. A Strictly Home
Company, depositing all Premiums In
Home Banks, Subject to the Control'
of a Home Board of Directors.
Offers Good Contracts to Responsible
Agents.
Board of Directors for York County:
S. M. McNEEL, President, Yorkvllle.
JOHN G. ANDERSON. Rock Hill.
W. W. LEWIS, Yorkvllle.
R. T. FEWELL. Rock Hill.
D. P. LESSLIE. Lesslle.
W. BROWN WYLIE, Yorkvllle.
W. M. FAULKNER. King's Creek.
JNO. S. WILKERSON, Hickory.
For rates and other Information
write or see
T. A. MATTHEWS, Gen. Mgr.,
District No. 2, Old Point, S. C.
PIPES'
I have In stock a new line of Pipes
that are up-to-date, and the price Is
right.
I also have a nice line of Combs
and Brushes.
Just received a keg of Heinz's Cucumber
Pickles, also one keg of Sweet
Mixed.
I. W. JOHNSON.
APPLICATION FOB
FINAL DISCHARGE.
PURSUANT to the requirement of
law I hereby give notice that on
October 26, 1905, at 11 o'clock a. m? I
will annoar hafnra the Probate Court
of York county for the purpose of
making my final settlement as administrator
of the Estate of MARY S.
BARRON, deceased, and will then
land there make application for a
complete discharge from further liability
in connection with said estate.
JOHN I. BARRON, Administrator.
Sept. 26 t 5t
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO^
ALL kinds of first-class work finished
in the Studio. Carbon and Platinum
finished in the latest styles and
according to designs used by leading
northern Studios. View work and
copying at reasonable prices.
Phone 132. Office hours from 9 a. m.
to 5 p. m.
Miss ROSA J. LINDSAY.
ASK ME TO SHOW YOU
Lin - O - Wall,
Sanitas and
Wall Paper.
A. B. GAINES.
FOR SALE.
ONE hundred and twenty-seven
acres of land one and one-half
miles southwest of Clover, a part of
estate of T. F. Jackson, dec'd. About
twenty acres of good bottom land.
Price $20.00 per acre; easy terms.
W. B. SMITH.
Sep. 1. f. tf. I
ft. H. O'LiEARV.
YOU Al l
You buy the very best article
that you can for your money.
"That's right." I buy the same
way; but have to buy to please
more people.
A call will convince you that
my line of Home Furnishings Is
second to none In both quality and
price.
My Cooking Stove line Is complete,
too, from the little cheap fellows
to the "Iron King," which Is
known for its baking and economical
wood burning qualities?two
features which put it at the top.
G. H. O'LEARY.
SEED
OATS
I HAVE ONE CAR OF RED
RUST PROOF SEED OATS?
PRIME QUALITY?AT 60 CTS.
A BUSHEL.
I ALSO HAVE ABOUT 25
BUSHELS OF TURF SEED OATS
LEFT, THAT ARE FOR SALELOUIS
ROTH.
Seed Burley and Rye.
Farmers who will soon need RYE
and BARLEY SEED can find what
they want In the Quantities desired at
my store. Have Just received a fresh
shipment of pure seed. See me for
what you want.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
When the children begin going to
school in the next few days you will
no doubt And it necessary to supply
them with PENS, PENCILS, INKS,
SLATES, COPY BOOKS, COMPOSITION
AND EXERCISE BOOKS, as
well as the numerous TEXT BOOKS.
I have them all, and can supply you
promptly at the right prices. Come
to me for your needs.
LAMM'S CLOTHING.
I have received the new Fall and
Winter Samples of this well known
house and I am ready to show particular
dressers the latest styles In Fall
and Winter Clothing and Overcoats.
There are some higher priced tailors
than Lamm & Co., but there are none
who make better Clothes. Come and
let me show you and take your measure
for a Fall or Winter Suit.
W. M. KENNEDY, Agent.
MASTIC PAINT
IS GUARANTEED to be pure Lead,
Zinc and Oil. We will pay $100 cash,
for any quantity of whiting,, chalk,
barytese or other adulterants found
in the MASTIC. "The best Is the
cheapest." It covers more surface and
outwears two or three times over the
cheap so-called paints made to sell
and not to last
BANNER PAINT made by MA8TIC
people is a good out cheaper paint,
not pure, hasn't ne covering capacity,
but we guarantee It equal to any at
same price. If yau are going to paint
a house, barn, fence, wagon, buggy,
plow, chair, bench or a piece of furniture,
see us.
THE YORK FURNITURE CO.
FOR SALE.
OUR "Bigger" plantation, nine
miles east of Clover on Armstrong
Ford road, containing two
hundred and eighty acres, Fine land,
good buildings, easy terms of payment.
W. B. SMITH & SONS.
Sep. 1. , f. tf.
1 CLOT
jjjjj YOU CAN DRESS I
Sp WELL IF YOU B
ESlj THE STRAUSS-SI
EEs
i ?
Our Clothing line for the
??? that has been offered to th
f years in Quality, Variety an
??? usually large stock of Cloth
??4 lieve that we can interest a
sonable and stylish Ready-1
5 prices. Come and see them.
55* In Men's Clothing we ha^
ing in prices from $2.50 to
confused in the prices. Eve
ily worth from 10 to 25 1
at which we marked them,
ing to you, provided you \
N Plf money.
38 We have a big line of Me
JfS? from 75 cents to $5.00 a pa
In Boys' Knee Pants Suit
JjS Qualities at most attractive
an^ k?y *^a* comes 011 r
^ and price of Clothing that
" j?2 boys' Knee Pants Suits ran
In Youth's Long Pants S
we are a'so PreParetl t0 P^e
t it> <fo ?T 1
? ijj irom 10 *po p?ci sun. n
*52 bovs that you want to put g
5*5 stylish Clothes on, bring th
them and can make you and
that are obtainable on this
IN OTHER I
Jf'l In every department of o
the trade with whatever m
season is bigger and better t
have no hesitation in saying
J *5 that we can come nearer p
along than ever before.
When you want Dry Goc
m linerv, Notions, Underwear
Stl GET THE HABIT of comi
please you in Quality, Style
jfl THE STRAUSS-i
Jg
Main and Liberty Sts.
masaaaztziziaztaii
PROSPEROl
Buy Their Goods at
Get Quality W
' In our buying for this Fall
given especial attention to th
parel. We have been especia
ities, the Styles, the Varietn
Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Neckwea
etc., we have most elegant li
that could be desired by the
least come and see us before
GENTLEMEN'S
Men's and Boys' Negligee Shirt
plain wnue.
This is a line on which we are
all that is good in these very nec
Men's Cotton Fleece Lined Unt
Men's Fleece Lined Undershirt
Boys' Fleece Lined Underwear
ments, from 25c upward per gai
Wright's All Wool Health Und<
are equal to any Underwear ma
$1.25 per garment, each.
Men's Plain White Lambs' Wc
$1 and $1.25 per garment.
Men's White Lambs' Wool Gau
soft, $1.00 per garment.
We have others to please all c
REMEMBER?That we have U
Quality?Price for Price?shown
sold under our POSITIVE Guar*]
Give us a call when you are Sh
J. Q. WRAY
K???kS
We have Just received a line of
Eastman Kodaks from Brownie No.
1 to 117.50 Camera.
STOVESCooking
and Heating Stoves.
Heating both in wood and coal. Call
to see us when in want of anything
In the Hardware line.
YORKVILLE HARDWARE CO.
They Need Them
Yea. children need Shoes, and I have
them for both boys and girls that I
am closing out at a loss, and they are
good ones. I also have plenty of Hats
and Caps at any old price. I also have
a nice lot of Pants. Shirts and Shoes
for men at the lowest prices, and a
good many other things that are useful.
I also keep a nice line of Groceries
and Vegetables all the time.
Don't forget I keep the best Beef In
Yorkvllle as I always did. I run the
only Daily Market here, and try to
serve my customers right, and I came
here ten years ago with nothing, smd
I have it yet
OLD GEORGE - - The Butcher.
MOORE'S
STANDARD WAREHOUSES.
IT is to the interest of farmers to
store cotton with me where it will
be safe from fire and weather. and_ at
all times convenient to a good market,
regardless of wet weather or bad
roads. Money can be borrowed at any
bank In this vicinity on my warehouse
receipts. I guarantee the best service.
B. N. MOORE, Proprietor.
I buy cotton and cotton seed and sell
coal. Come to see me. B. N. M.
Sept. 1 f-t tf.
HING
SCONOMICALLY AND
UY CLOTHING FROM
i
WITH COMPANY..
fall season is equal to any line
e York county public in many ]
id Price. We purchased an uning
for this season, and we benybody
who wants to buy seato-Wear
Clothes at the right 1
re an especially good line rang$17.50
per suit. But do not be
;ry Suit we have to offer is easier
cent more than the prices
This means a considerable savvant
the most value for your
n's Odd Pants ranging in price
ir. Many good bargains.
:s we are fixed with Suits of all
prices. We believe we can fit
way, and fit him in any quality
you may want. Our prices on
ge from 75c to $3 per suit.
>uits, ages from 14 to 19 years, ](
ase all comers. Our prices run :
F you have any little boys or big
food serviceable, seasonable and
em to us. We can certainly fit
will make you the lowest prices
market.
DEPARTMENTS.
ur store we are ready to supply
ay be desired. Our stock this 1
han for several years past. We
and believe it when we say it,
leasing everybody who comes
1
ds, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Mil ,
Table Furnishings, etc., just
ing to see us. We can and will
:s and Prices. ,
SMITH COMPANY,
Yorkville, S. C.
JS PEOPLE
Wray's Because They
ith Low Prices.
I and Winter's trade we have
e buying of Gentlemen's Aplly
particular about the Qual:s
and the Right Prices. In
r, Cuffs, Underwear, Hosiery,
nes and the Qualities are all
most particular dressers. At
buying. We have
I UNDERWEAR,
s from 25c to $1.50 In colors and
very strong. Our stock Includes
essary garments. We have:
lershirts from 48c to 75c each.
ohtaiMf nnnlltlrn tin a mi IV.
in Union Suits and separate garment.
erwear in Shirts and Pants; these
de. Shirts and Drawers $1 and
tol Undershirts, medium weights,
ze Vests, something very fine and
ustomers.
lie beet line of Shoes?Quality for
on this market. Every pair la
ntee to be exactly as represented.
topping. Tou'll be pleased.
, The Leader.
FURNITURE^
We are constantly adding new
goods to our already immense stock
of House Furnishings. This adding
process is necessary because of the
fact that our business is continually
growing larger?we are selling more
goods than ever before. The reason
for the growth of our business is this:
We have the stock for selection, we
have the qualities and we make the
prices that are right. With these facts
before you we invite you to come and
see the York Furniture Company when
you need anything In our line.
WE HAVE
Bed Room Suites from $12 up te $60.
Side Boards from $10 up to $30.
Wardrobes from $9 up to $30.
Iron Beds?this Is where we shineall
kinds and colors and prices.
Extension, Center and Kitchen Tables
with variety of prices enough to
please anybody.
Cooking Stoves?We have Just about
a carload of Cooking Stoves?first class
qualities at low down prices. See us.
Lounges and Couches?Have you
one In your home? They add lots to
the comfort and appearance of a hall
way. See ours. We have lots aI them
at prices to please.
PIANOS?We have Just received a
very handsome Piano and would be
pleased to have parties interested In
Instruments of this kind come and see
this instrument It is a strictly highgrade,
full toned, well mader and fully
guaranteed instrument It Is for sale
at a price that is right and we will sell
it on terms to suit the buyers.
ORGANS?We are selling lots of
Organs. We have high priced Instruments
and we have cheap instruments.
If you contemplate buying an Organ
you will best serve your Interest* by
seeing us before *buylng.
We sell goods for Cash or on Credit
and make terms to suit the purchaser.
YORK FURNITURE COMPANY.
FERGUSON & CLINTON.
Family Groceries?Plantation Suppliee.
MTV U A M TP
VV El 11 21 V ill
A fresh
Supply of
BRAN and
SHORTS.
FERGUSON A CLINTON.
Adickes'
Emporium
WANTS:
Eggs at 16c cash, 16c trade; Cabbage,
1 1-2 cash, 2c trade; Unbrulsed
Apples, 60c cash, 60c trade; Green
Corn, 10c cash, 12 1-2 trade; Beeswax,
16c cash, 20c trade. Not wanted now
?Sweet Potatoes and Butter.
Seasonables?Fine Summer Cheese,
the best line of Teas and fine Coffees
on this market?we are quite sure.
At Bargain Prices?Fruit Jars and
Horse, Cattle and Poultry Powders?
test our assertion that same are the
best and decidedly the cheapest on the
market.
We have too much Tobaccos and
are selling very close.
Crockery, Glassware, etc., in profusion?Lamps
and all parts of same.
Consult us on our lines. We can
and will do you right.
ADICKES' EMPORIUM.
Watch Repairing
Watch repairing is always dellsate
work and to be satisfactory must
be done just right?otherwise there is
no use to have it done, because the
watch will thereafter run either too
slow or too fast and everybody knows
how annoying an unreliable timepiece
is. I do lots of Watch Repairing
on fine watches and cheap watchis
and do just as careful work on the
sheap timepiece as on the most expensive.
1 do such good work that
my Absolute Guarantee goes with ev?ry
job to run?barring accidents, like
i fall. etc.?for One Year. If your
watch doesn't go just right I can
make It right for you. My charge will
be according to the amount of work
[ do, but will always be moderate,
jive me your Watch work?I'll give
fou first-class work for your money.
1 aiso repair i^iucas, obkchj, cm..
T. W. SPECK. The Jeweler.
F. C. BLACK
1^1 fe Insurance.
THE PEOPLE
Of this state are opening their eyes
to the fact that the SECURITY LIFE
AND ANNUITY is Issuing the most
attractive line of policies ever offered
to the people Qf South Carolina, and
that on account of higher interest rates
in the South and economy of management
the company is making a big
saving in the cost of life insurance.
There are thousands in South Carolina
who are shipping their money to
the north when they can get the same
thing or better at home for much less
money.
Send us your age and get -our rate
and notice the difference.
FRED C. BLACK, District Agent
Yorkville, 8. C.
Over L. & 3. Bank.?Front Room.
OT Ths Enquirer office is prepared to
execute your orders for High Grade
Printing. Your orders are eoliolted.

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