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AT THE CHURCHES.
BAPTIST. rbv. i. o. murray, pastor. i Sunday Services?Sunday school y at 10 a. m. Sermon to young men 0 at 11 a. m. Evening service at 7.30 Sl o'clock. " sl CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. rev. j. o. babin. rector. ~ Sunday Services?Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 3 p. m. No evening service. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. rev. e. e. gilijc3pie, pastor Sunday Services?Sunday school at ?' 10 a. m. Morning service at 11 a. m. ? No evening service. TRINITY METHODIST EPISCOPAL, j rev. h. j. caitthkn. pastor. 01 SunPay Services?Morning service 8( at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 3.30 r< p. m. Evening service at 7 o'clock. ASSOCIATE REFORMED PRESBY- TERIAN. rev. w. c. bvvart, pastor Sunday Services.?Sabbath school c< a* 10 a. m. Morning service at 11 tj o'clock. Evening service at 7.30 p. m. HYMENEAL. - 1 Married?On the 5th of March by Rev. A. A. James, Mr. W. J. MILLER b of York county, and Miss LAURA BLACK of Union county. ^ - lo Joticfs. At York Cotton Mills. Rev. E. E. Gillespie will preach at the York Cotton mills next Sunday evening at 7.30. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the people of Sharon and community, for the many kind deeds shown us, during the sickness and death of my husband. If Mrs. J. A. Graves and Famii.y. M A Grateful Appreciation. H Words are inadequate to express our F , heartfelt appreciation of the comfort- d< ing sympathy and many loving ministries to me and mine during our visit w to Yorkville on the occasion of our sad a hornfi vompnt But we wish to assure our friends, that what language cannot convey, our hearts most truly feel, i ( and that we shall ever cherish the ' . fondest remembrance of their generous assistance, loving sympathy and thoughtful consideration in our hour of sorest trial. T. B. McClals. Yorkvllle, S. C.. March 5, 1807. Letter to John F Gordon, Yorkvllle, S C, Dear Sir: Not one man in ten knows whether he's wasting money ^ or not, when he paints. It depends on the paint With one paint, your Job will take 1 10 gallons and cost (50 for paint and 1 labor; with another 12 and cost (60; with another 14 and cost 70; with another 16 and cost 80; with another 18 and cost 90; with another 20 and cost 100; with another 22 and cost 110. Here's an example. Professor Ir- o vine, of the Academy, Mercersburg, Pa, painted the floors of his dormitories every year, one year with one paint, next year with the paint of the other dealer there?to divide the business between them?till Devoe came to 1 town. The Job took 90 gallons; takes 60 v . Devoe. The difference. 30 gallons. 3150. He didn't know he was losing '?icn a voor till h? irnt Devoe. Another example. When Geo W Brown, Union, S C, painted B F Arthur's house first time it took 30 gallons "cheap" paint; repainted Devoe; ? 14 gallons. ? Tours truly _ 25 F W DEVOE & CO I P. S.?J. J. KELLER & CO., sell our J Paint. 9he gorhuiUf Cotton SRarhft. Corrected Semi-Weekly by Messrs. or Letts Bret. th Yorkvilj^e, March 8, 12 m.?The lo- e\ > cal market stands as follows: da Cotton 10 to 11c. er i^atta bros. v th tr NOTICE. at THE regular Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Yorkville Building and Loan Association will be held in the office of C. E. Spencer, Esq.. in Yorkville, S. C., on TUESDAY, THE 12TH DAY OF MARCH. 1907, at 11 o'clock a. m. GEO. W. WILLIAMS. D It Secty. and Treas. _ F\ A. PRESSLY V f 451ft DENTIHT th h< Clover - - - 8. C. in pi PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO. oi BEGIN when the babies are little and have their Photographs put in J? a beautiful Baby Book. In several 11 months add one or more Photographs and in a few years see what a treas- ~ ure you will have. Houre?9 a. m. to 5. p. m. 'Phone 132. Miss ROSA J. LINDSAY. " w * MULES AND HORSES. ai I HAVE a lot of fine Mules and Horses in charge of Mr. W. T. tr POAG at BARRON BROS.' Stable, Yorkville. You know our reputation ** for prices, terms and liberal dealing, tr u Don't fail to see Mr. Poag. w r S. J. KIMBALL. Jan. 11 f 3m. - FOR SALE. EARLY Cabbage Plants. Large J) and healthy. 25 cents per 100, or $2.00 per 1.000. A J. R. CULP. 1 Chester, S. C. 19 t.f 3t* BEFORE BUYING OR SELLING A FARM or any property, write the CAROLINA REALTY AND TRUST COMPANY, oi A Bishopvtlle. S. C. b< V 13 Lf. ly WANTED B TO buy Milch Cows, Beef and Pasture Cattle and to sell Milch Cows, Corn Shellers and Sewing Ma. chines. SAMUEL JOHNSON, JR. * Yorkville, S. C. 19 t.f 9t TIME TO PAY. Q UBSCR1BERS to THE YORKOviLLE ENQUIRER on my club ^ are respectfully requested to make payment at once, either to me or at THE ENQUIRER OFFICE. f R. BANKS BLACK. BRING YOUR SHOES TO me between Withers Adlckes < and First National Bank, and I'll give you a good Job at right prices. J | J. E. MENDENHALL, The Deaf Mute Shoemaker. MACHINE SHOP. TN addition to having a first-class X machinist In our machine shop to make all kinds of repairs to Machinery, Engines, etc., we also have Mr. M. P. Jonas, a thoroughly competent Blacksmith. Mules and Horses shod r at 60 cents round. o NEELY MANUFACTURING CO. r WALL PAPER l MY NEW SAMPLES ^ ARE NOW IN. Samples and Remnants for sale cheap. A. B. G A I N E S. ? TIME TO PAY. \LL subscribers to THE ENQUIRER on my club who have not et settled either with me or at the fflce, are respectfully requested to do o at once, as it will be Impossible for le to personally see all within the hort time before which I have to make final settlement. JOHN K. ALLISON. _16 Lt tf B.N. MOORE COTTON ii the Market the Year Round. Evty facility for WAREHOUSING. Receipts Negotiable at All Banks. CLOTH?S l/L?Aiiix?u. AM prepared to clean gentlemen's . clothes and ladies' skirts In a thor. ughly satisfactory manner, at readable prices. Work may be sent dl?ct to my home or left at W. E. Feruson's store. Mrs. R. B. McCLAIN. PHOTOGRAPHY For first-class Lasting Photographs >ms to my studio on West Liberty :reeL J. R. 8CHORB. WANTED ?7"OU to list your property with The L Metropolitan Loan & Trust Co., f Greenwood, S. C. Real Estate aught and sold. Send for prospectus f The Southern Securities Co., on Imilgratlon. Money loaned long time, iw rates. Write us, Greenwood, S. C. Feb. 15 f 4t mutual insurance "THE FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE CSURANCE COMPANY" and "THE UTUAL LIVE-STOCK INSURANCE SSOCIATION" win insure your ouses. Barns and Live-Stock against Ire, Lightning, or Windstorm of any jscription. You cannot afford to take the risk hen you can be protected for so small coat. Write or phone to D. E. BONEY, Agent, It Yorkvllle, S. C. 4 YOU CAN GET ^VJILE DOL/V? .EXTRA SUPERFINE... freR^' Bordeau, France FROM I. W. JOHNSON. lats Hats Hats teady For You//. Mrs. Dobson is waiting to take your ders for your EASTER HAT before ~ -. <?? Merino ar? eomimr in IO 1 UOU l>SV-0141U. Viww ? _ 'ery week in all the latest and up to Lte styles in Millinery such as Flows. Plumes, Feathers, Chiffons, Veldts, Veiling, Ornaments and everying else to make your head-gear atactlve. Be sure to see Mrs. Dobson once, as she is posted on all the > to date styles, and can tell you hat to have and wear. DOBSON BROS.' CASH STORE. Laundry Basket leaves every TUESAY EVENING. IT. I. WITHERSPOON CO Dealers In ardware, Vehicles and Implements. The various rumors each year, as to le price of the different weights and eights of poultry netting is so confusig as to make a dealer cut his own rice. We are in no trust except with irselves, as to the following prices >r the season of 1907, on Hexagon, alvanized, 2 inch Mesh, Poultry Netng, 150 feet rolls: No. 20 No. 19 i in. netting. .$2.00 $2.25 per roll. I in. netting.. 2.75 3.00 per roll. I in. netting.. 3.50 3.75 per roll. I in. netting.. 4.25 4.50 per roll. These prices are based upon cash, id ten per cent advance on these here the same is to be charged for ly length of time. With the condition of the market, le scarcity of this material, and the Igher prices prevailing in the busy ? nnmnalo HQ tn ft rlviSfi the WQIIUVI VVIIipviv MW ?? ?, ade to buy at these, or less prices, herever obtainable. W I. WITHERSPOONCO. East Madison Street. as. M. Starr, J. F. McEKvee. President Sec. and Treas. fORK SUPPLY CO. Incorporated. FOR SALE. One flfty-two Inch solid tooth saw rre-eighth gage, good as new, but will e sold for much less. Seed Irish Potatoes, including Red liss, Beauty of Hebron, Early Rose. Onion Sets, Garden Seed, Garden Plows, , Cotton Planters, Guano Plows, Mule Millinery, Georgia Cane Syrup, New Orleans Molasses, Second-hand two-horse Wagon. Received this week one car load of [o. 1, No. 2 and X Shingles. Want to buy some fat hens. THE YORK SUPPLY CO. Landreth's GARDEN SEED I am now ready to sell you the old eliable LANDRETH'S Garden Seeds f all kinds?full and half quantity apers, Onion Sets, Red and Silver ikln. It is useless for me to say more f these seed, than to say they are ,A\"DRETH'S. Every gardener knows hat they are. STAR DRUG STORE. 1 CLOT 1 At FIRST NET ^ THIS IS MY LAST CALL ( If WEIGHT CLOTHING. AND AT 3 OFFERING EVERYTHING IN * YOU CAN AFFORD TO BUY 3 WINTER. ALL CLOTHING F 2 FOR THE FALL AND WINTE: 4 FIRST NEW YORK COST. Coir ? Before you buy any Shoes J son or the little tots you will fln< - nnanintoA pvw nalr of Shoos I J Shoes for Men and Women froi ft Leathers and All Styles. j The Place to Bu 2 If you buy GROCERIES, el 2 will find It to your financial Inter* J prices before you buy. I can plei or. Q_ WRAY3 ' * YORKV1 SEED POTATOES FINE QUALITY and CHEAP. ?1.25 per bushel. 50 bushelB In Five varieties. NEW GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS Expected every day?been out for some weeks, as also 500 Flower Pots ?1-2 to 3 gallon sizes. WANTED?Good Butter and Eggs; also Beeswax, Corn, Peas and HomeMade Lard. REDUCED?TO SELL. Mackerel, worth $1.00 at 85 Cents a Kit; Loose at 64e to lOe, worth 8 l-3c to 12|c. uur oil is oeuer tesi man mo?i others. Try us for everything In our lines. W. Adickes Company <g? * 4* NO SHOE THAT WE HAV1 cfo WEAR HAS EVER GIVEN T< Y SATISFACTION THAT THE "V 4* YOU HAVE NEVER WORN T <?? HAVE NEVER WORN THE M . COMFORTABLE AND BEST W. 4* HAVE THEM AT $3.50 UP TO I 4* the strauss-s 4* Main and Liberty Sts. % 4s 4* 4= 4* *? 4s 4s' 4* 4* 4 YORK FI RMTI RE CO. furniture, stoves, Undertaking Supplies PAINTS, OILS, Etc. Painter & Ewing PIANOS There are scores of different of Pianos put on the markets of the United States. Every one of them U claimed by the manufacturer to be o superior quality and merit. Time i the only barometer that will tell you whether or not these claims are good We sell the celebrated PAINTER ? EWING PIANO and it is Guaranteed by the Makers and by l s to be ABSOLUTELY OF THE IUGHEB1 GRADE in every respect, and equa to any Piano on the American market at a like price, barring none, be much for the quality. In the purchase of a Piano the vital requisites are Tone. Touch or Action and Durability. No matter how fine e case your piano may have unless it i. also possessed of the above requisite it is comparatively valueless, aside from the ease. Please bear these facts in your mind. , The Painter & Ewing Piano is. ir every sense of the word, astrjctij high grade instrument. It include, practically all of the good features o other high-class pianos, and many o its desirable features are not Included in others. In a word, you get the very best of Piano value when you put' your money in a Painter & Ewlnf ^^Ve sell these Pianos on a Guarantee of being all we elalm for them foi a nerioel of TEN YEARS. If you contemplate buying a Plane it will be to your interest to see us before buying. We can make you e price that will be right and satisfactory to you. We have one of theje instruments in stock and would be pleased to have you call and exanv ine it trv it and compare it with anj other'Instrument you wish to compare I it With. , m /\p We also have a number of OK GANS in stock and would be pleasec to give you prices if you are interested in such an instrument. Terms?Wo will ho pleased to sel you either an Organ or Piano on sat isfactory terms to you. rn'nVITT' 13f PAlfDA VV ? \siiiy rtn.iui.iu'> vv/.-ii .?.! * . SEED IRISH POTATOES I can fill your wants In the Malni Bliss at 30c a peck. I also have th< Early Rose, Beauty of Hebron am Peerless.. All other garden seeds. ONION SETS GARDEN PLOW! in sweets I offer best open kettl New Orleans molasses at 60c a gal Ion. First class Cane Syrup (mad from cane not corn) In gallon tins a 55c. one-half gallon .30. Finest Porti Rico molasses I ever handled at 60 a galon. LOUIS ROTH. I expect some HOE SHAD tomorrov (Saturday.) W Send The Enquirer your order for Commercial Printing. ^*TOTOY*T*T*Y*T*Y*TOTOTOT*Y t$A*A*AltAIU?AftA*A*AI(A?A*A*A* HING I N YORK COST 5 3N MEN'S AND BOYS' HEAVY S THE PRICES AT WHICH I AM ? MY CLOTHING DEPARTMENT * AND CARRY OVER TO NEXT ? OR MEN AND BOYS. BOUGHT E R TRADE IS OFFERED AT ITS ? if* and uuat a u?h unci /uu. j? for yourself, your wife, daughter, | J It to your Interest to see me. I J .sell to be Exactly as Represented, f m 98 Cents to $5.00 a Pair?All ^ y Your Croceries | ther Heavy or Fancy Family, you r jst to come and see me and get my ? ase you In Qualities and Prices. ? TPIE LEADER, :LLE, ?. o. jj iraaaasiaaaaaaa; THE MAN OF MILLIONS? May not be a success, but the man without a dollar looks suspiciously like a failure. The man of discrimi1 nation in buying and selling stocks ' and borfds or real estate may not i make millions, but the man who neglects It often Is suspiciously like a failure. The man who discriminates -a? * ? t A Rnolror neeas never iu ue ium iu uoc a. to safeguard his Intei ests. The employment of a broker to safeguard i his Interests. The employment of a broker to safeguard his Interests Is often a considerable element of success In making "the man of millions." BIDS:?York mill 66: Tavora 76; Neely 110; Clover 137; First N. bank 112; L. & S. Bank 130. IF YOU HAVE STOCKS TO SELL SEE ME AND NAME A PRICE. Dr. M. W. WHITE, * * * * * ' * * * V * THE * i WALK- | OVER ? 4? 3 EVER HANDLED FOR MEN'S D WEARERS THE COMPLETE fALK-OVER" SHOE GIVES. IF HE "WALK-OVER" SHOE YOU OST PERFECTLY MADE, MOST 4? EARING SHOE FOR MEN. WE 15.00 A PAIR. TRY A PAIR. MITH COMPANY, Yorkvillc, S. C. T ! 4? Waterman Pens WATERMAN'S IDEAL FOUNTAIN PENS have been considered as stand- 1 , ard In quality and general reliability ) for so long that It Is hardly necessary for us to say anything further about them than that we carry a complete assortment of them in stock at all times. We have Waterman Pens in Fine, Medium and Stub Points ranging In price from $2.50 to $15 Each. We think we can please you In a Waterman Pen If you want the best of all Fountain Pens. STATIONERY. s Along with Fountain Pens we want , tp remind you that we also carry a , very large and complete assortment . of Fine Correspondence Stationery In | the latest styles and weights. If you j want exactly the correct tjiing In Stationery you can always get it at ; the ! YORK DRUG STORE I J. B. BOWEN. Proprietor. ; WW Take Y. D. S. C. E. S. for that tlml feeling. 75c for S1.00 bottle. i IN A NUTSHELL /. ! ! I could give a dozen or more reasons ( why every individual seeking life insurance should at least consider what i the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance r Company of Newark, N. J., has to ofi fer, but the statement would necessaf rlly occupy considerable space and be' sides many of the reasons, while valI id, would be technical and not of inf terest to the layman, and all of them i combined would only emphasize the one point in which every man who buys life Insurance should be interest ed. and that is that the company is in r a class all by Itself when its record of fair and honorable dealing with every > policy holder who has been insured in it from the day it commenced business i in 1845 up to date is considered, or where its policy contracts are com pared with those of any particular or i all other companies. In a nutshell the man who makes the Investigation will r find that "It is the Best Company i and Issues the Best Policy." SAM M. GRIST, Special Agent. 1 : " J. I;. Williams. Mason McConnell. i J. L. WILLIAMS & CO. /.White Vests.v f FOR GENTLEMEN Every man who dresses well should have at least one WHITE VEST In his wardrobe. There is nothing that adds so much to one's personal app - anue and dressiness as a White Vest, provided It Is well made, of good material and fits well, e We are now showing a nice line of e WHITE VESTS for gentlemen, and 3 would be pleased to have you call in and see them. We can please you in quality, material and price. The prices run from $1.00 to $2.50 Each. S J. L. WILLIAMS & CO., Sell for Less. e " 1 Wear Boyden Shoes and your e feet will be proud of your shoes. a APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE c I HAVE made a final settlement J. with the Probate Court for York county as executor of the estate of W. Y. JONES, deceased, and hereby give notice to all who may be concerned that on SATURDAY, MARCH 16, I will apply t9 the Hon. L. R. Wilv Hams, Judge of said court, for discharge from all further liability In " connection with said estate, s JOHN S. JONES. Executor. 14 f 5t ^ J BLACI "hos! ^ IIS THE LINE OF HOSIERY 1 READILY?IS MOST WIDELY AND FOR WHICH THERE IS WHO WISH FIRST-CLASS STC FAST DYE. Stylo No. 16?Is an extra elastic 1 heavy. Its qualities and com! 25 Cents the Pair. Style No. 700?Is an extra fine g best Lisle finish yarn, high i ? ji Prl?> 2a f, Grow With A GROWING BANK Open an account with us and Pay by Check. Will Furnish you with a ; nice Check Book free of charge. Five per cent paid on Special De- | posita. M. L. SMITH, President, Z. M. NIELL, Vice President, JAS. A. PAGE, Cashier. JNO. R. HART, Attorney. I I BANK OF CLOVER CLOVER. 8. C. | Real Estate For Sale. 80 acres on northern part of C. M. Parrott Home tract, adjoins the land of John Lawrence and Ran Wallace; 15 acres good bottom land, open; 10 acres upland, open; 1,500 cords pine wood; 4 to 5 acres original forest timber, 3 miles Clover, 2 miles Filbert. ' The J. W. P. Hope residence on Main street; 3J acres of land, two store rooms, barn and out houses. Everything convenient; terms to suit. One lot on Wright avenue. 100 ft. front 360 ft. deep- adjoins Rev. W. E. Hurt. 200 acres?Betsy Jenkins place, 1ft mllao D.,V..n.r Uln-v, n?>,nnl tarn hiucd uciiiailj i? n svtivvi | ?*? houses; fine bottom land, lies well?100 acres In original forest, fine timber; only about a 2 or 3 horse farm open. A rare chance for a good man. Quick ale desired. ENGINE, GIN, ETC., FOR SALE. A 6-horse engine on wheels; a 60saw Winship gin and condenser; a Boss press, con mill, belting and dou- , ble gearing to turn whole thing. 219 acres, 1 dwelling, 3 tenant houses 6 miles west of McConnellsvilie near W. McG. Bailey's. 100 acres in cultivation; 110 acres In timber. Terms to suit. 41 acres near London siding be- 1 tween Smyrna. Level?1 2-room 1 house, 30 acres open land. 310 per acre. A beautiful country home, Including new Machinery, Cotton Gin, Boss Press, Saw Mill, Corn and Stone. One Dwelling, 6 rooms, painted; 1 3-room 1 Tenant House, 5 miles from Hickory Grove. Level road. 160 acres In place; 50 acres open land, balance in Timber and Pasture. Emmett J. Wilov Hnmo A Rlc Portrain 644 acres, 5 miles west Yorkvllle, adjoining lands of J. H. Good, Berry , Burns and S. C. Smith. One two-room house; 10 acres bottom; 30 to 35 acres open land; W. J. Good's land. Price $1,625.00. 190 acres in King's Mountain township, 5 miles of Grover. Plenty of timber, 100,000 ft. saw timber. Adjoins the lands of Brown and others. Price $1,200. A beautiful building lot on East Jefferson St., near corner of Main street A part of Mrs. Drakeford's lot?a bargain. One farm, seventy acres, one dwelling, five" rooms, wide hall, newly painted, good barn and outbuildings. One good new tenant house, 3-rooms; about 30 acres in timber; 25 acres wire pasture; 350 nice fruit trees. Ideal home, 2 miles Yorkville, on Pinckney road. Price $2,150. One lot on west side Lincoln street, 130 ft. front?1 2-room house. Cheap. Joins Riddle and Allison property on the south side. Near court house. 1 tract land, 3 miles south Yorkvllle, near Chester road; 41 acres, one house, 1 Alexander place. Price $1,000. One house and lot, containing seven acres is the town of Clover?good orchard. Good place to educate your children. Price $600?J. H. Neely place. i 384 acres?a part of the Shlllinglaw land, in high state of cultivation, 14 miles east of Yorkvllle. A new house, water?a bargain. 384 acres on Howell's Ferry road, li miles from Yorkvllle, 3-room dwelling, good barn and stables. Price $30 per acre. , 100 acres, 3 miles southwest of Bethany?25 acres open land, 75 acres in wood. S. F. Black's land. Price $12.50 per acre. 154 acres, 44 miles west of Yorkville, on Howell's Ferry road?has two houses with 4-rooms each?50 acres in | timber. 393 acres, one mile Bullock's Creek church 1, 2-story, 9-room dwelling. ( New barn, good tenant houses. Every thing convenient. 98 acres and residence of Sam C. Smith; a two-story, seven-room house. New barn, 10 foot driveway; 3 stalls each side?shedded. Loft will hold 10,000 bundles fodder?good water. Adjoining academy; 4 miles of Yorkville. Elegant home. Buy and educate your children here. 35 acres, 6 miles northwest Yorkvllle, good water, 8 acres forest timber, 3 acres fine bottom. Land of S. C. Smith. Price $500. Adjoins Wm. Burns and others. 180 acres, 5 miles south Yorkville, 2 houses, 3-horse farm open, 25 acres good bTanch bottom. 60 acres in wire pasture. Good barn and out houses? cheap?1-3 cash. Dr. Cartwright place. 90 acres timber. Two tracts?one 60 acres and the other 62?one mile King's Creek station. 25 acres open, balance in timber ?saw, cross ties and cord wood. Price 315. Latham land. 474 acres near Grover at Beams crossing of railroad and 3 public roads. une 6-room house, painted, on Main street?one acre of land. Known as the Goforth house. One 4-room house adjoining the above lots?one acre of land?$450. Terms to suit. 18 acres, all in cultivation, 3-room, newly painted dwelling, ceiled. Inside coporate limits Yorkville. Lies well, good drilled well, 944 feet. Nice young orchard. 61 acres, 1 dwelling 6-rooms, 1 tenant house 3-rooins. 3 miles Yorkville on Howell's Ferry road?good school. 40 acres in cultivation. 8 acres original timber, level land; good orchard and grapes. 100 Acres, 2-story dwelling, 8 rooms; 2 tenant houses; good new barn; 4-horse farm open; 60 acres in timber; capable of high cultivation; 6J miles from Yorkville, 74m to Rock Hill, on Yorkville and Rock Hill road. Terms to suit purchaser. 304 Acres, 34 miles Yorkville; ?0 acres in cultivation; good stream of water; 1 nice weatherboarded 4-r house; 1 tenant house. 451J acres, 2 miles of Tirzah, 6 J miles Yorkville, 74 Rock Hill. On public road from Yorkville to Rock Hill, near Adner church; high state of cultivation, 76 acres bottom in corn, 10-horse farm open. Large new barn, 12 stalls and cribs. 10 acres fine orchard. 2-story dwelling (painted) in beautiful oak grove. Produced 100 bales cotton 1905. 377 acres, farm, both sides King's Mountain road, about 24 miles Bethany High School, 1 7-room dwelling, 1 tenant house and other buildings; at least 100,000 feet saw timber; has mineral prospects; A. C. Stroup place. 40 acres, 8 miles northeast or xoraville, bounded by lands of Mrs. Nichols and Mrs. Youngblood; 18 acres woodland. 133 1-3 acres 1 mile west, of Hoodtown. On public road. 60 acres In cultivation, 35 or 40 acres of fine bottoms. 12 acres bottoms in cultivation. Cheap. 85 acres, g-mile from Yorkville on Charlotte road; a two-room house, 15 acres in bottom in high state of cultivation. 113 acres 6 miles west of Yorkville, 70 acres cultivated land, well watered, 2-story dwelling, 6 rooms, on R. F. D., about 28 acres in pasture and second growth pine. 35 acres In the town of Yorkville, will sell in lots from one acre up. 235 acre farm about 81 miles from v?..u,.iiu o tniiuo fmm Fhpnflzpr; 1 new 6-room dwelling, two 4-room tenant houses, 30 acres fine bottom land ?five horse farm. J. C. WILBORN, Attorney. FOR SALE. FORTY stands of BEES, all In patent gums. J. L. McGILL, Yorkville, No. 1. 1C f.t. tf. (Ill CU1UIII nciQiiv. ^ - ?, Style No. 163?Plain knit ladles' with reinforced heel and toe, 25 Cents the Pair. Style No. 37?Ladles' plain knit, foot. Price 15 Cents the Pah Style No. 15?Boys' Leather Stc wear like leather. This Is 1 stocking: In the world. It sta Cents the Pair. I Style No. 10?Boys' medium weig heel and stocking, made frc yarn. Price, the pair, 25 Ce Style No. 14?Boys' one and one heel and toe. fast black. Pri Style No. 30?Misses' one and o made from the best two-ply fast black. Price. 25 Cents i Style No. 415?Misses' medium i W with triple knee, heel and to I Cent* the Pair, Ladles' Black plain ribbed, mediu the pair, 10 Cents. DOG-ON-GOOD Boys' and Girls' Price, 10 Cents the Pair. "DON'T FORGET" when y< family to call and see the famous only by the LTHE THOMSC M. L. Carroll. C. W. Carroll. CARROLL BROS. SEED OATS When you are ready to sow your SPRING OATS, come to see us about the seed. We have Pure, True Seed. s?p us for anv of the following: Cole and Gant Distributers, Tongless Harrows, Buffalo Pitts Harrows, Oliver Chilled Plows, Drag Harrows, Lime, Cement, Roofing, etc., Rock Hill Buggies?Higher. But? And everything that is good to Rat. . Call and see us. CARROLL BROS. THERE ARE MANY WAYS To accumulate Money; but no surer way than to have an account with this strong and conservatively managed BANK. Both large and small accounts receive the c.me careful attention. LOAN & SAVINGS BANK, YORKVILLE, 8. C. J. S. WILKERSON & CO. HICKORY 8. C. General Merchandise OUR Stock of General Merchandise is large, varied and well selected. We are able to supply almost anything In the best qualities and at the RIGHT PRICES. , MACHINERY. We handle goods of the Interna tlonal Harvester Co., inciuuing vjraaullne Engines, Hay Balers, Harvesters, McCormick Reapers, Rakes, Harrows, and sell everything at Right Prices. BUGGIES AND WAGONS. Anything that may be desired in Buggies and Wagons can be had from us. If it does not happen to be on hand it CAN BE HAD without difficulty. But we are carrying a large stock in this line. J. S. WILKERSON & CO., Hickory. S. C. Boy Dixie Supplies If you own a BOY 'DIXIE PLOW and need any REPAIRS for same, we will be glad to furnish you with what you may need. We have full stock of BOY DIXIE POINTS. WINGS and SLIDES, and our prices are RIGHT. If you want the real thing in a Turn Plow come and buy a LYNCHBURG? which, after a fair test and trial you will agree Is the BE8T TURN PLOW YOU EVER FOLLOWED. Many of York county's best farmers will tell you the above statement is true. VOKKVILLE HA HI) WAKE CO. t?r See us for anything you may need in Wire Fencing?Barbed or Woven. IMPORTERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEES OUR ROASTING PLANT Is in Full Operation, and to Those Who Desire a Clear, Well Roasted and High uraue COFFEE We are Prepared to Furnish It. We name the following brands: Old Government Java, Monogram, Fort Sumter, Blue Ribbon, Arabian Mocha, "Mountain Rose, Morning Glory, Maracaibo, Jamoma, Sunbeam, Electric, Porto Rico, Red Owl, Acme, Aromatic, Dime. A Trial Will Convince Consumers of the Superior Merits of Our Roasted Coffee, and Once Tried Will Use no Other. Packers of Teas, Spices and Soda, put up under our personal supervision, and We Guarantee them Strictly Pure Goods. Send for samples and prices before purchasing elsewhere. F. W. WAGEXER & COMPANY. Charleston. S. C. AT THE BRATTON FARM. WE now have a herd of thoroughbred Guernseys headed by a registered bull. We are offering all the other cows we have at a bargain. It is worth while to come and see us. We want to sell a number of short horn beef cattle. J. A. MILLS, Manager. Jan. 25 f.t tf. FOR SALE ^"CAD r\r>o Tllanlf Matv> Mule, four years old. Also one Plug Mule, age unknown. YORKVILLE B. & M. CO. 18 t.f tf. < CAT | :ER/Y ^ 'HAT MOVES QUICKLY?SELLS A KNOWN AND ADVERTISED. A STEADY DEMAND BY ALL ICKINGS WITH ABSOLUTELY I -Ibbed Hose for ladies, and is very H fort please every purchaser. Price H auge ladies' Hose, made from the '"'i'""' hooi rinnhlp sole and toe. I ents the Pair. A Hose, medium weight, seamless, I : having a rib finish at top. Price. H medium weight Hose, with white tcklngs?"Not real leather," but | the heaviest and strongest boys' nds In a class by Itself. Price, 25 :ht, one and one rib, triple knee, A >m the best two-ply Lisle finish nts. rib medium weight, double knee, ice, Two pair for 25 Cents, ne rib, with triple heel and toe, Lisle finish yarn, and absolutely 1 the Pair. veight one and one rib Stocking, e. Color, fast black. Price, 15 W im weight Hose, fast black. Price medium ribbed, black stockings. )u want Stockings for the whole I "BLACK CAT" Brands. Handled )N COMPANY. I ?T ' T ? If You Are Not? A customer or patron of this B&nlt, this is an Invitation for you to become one. We will appreciate your business regardless of the size. You are always welcome at The First National Bank, Yorkville, 8. C. LIME You will please remember that we are the WHOLESALE and RETAIL AGENTS for the Limestone Spring Lime Works, Gaffney, S. C., and at ail times can supply you with Lime In large or small quantities. REPAIR WORK Please remember that we are always prepared to do all kinds of REPAIR WORK in Wood, Brick and Stone. Small Jobs a specialty. We will give your work prompt attention. .Phone us your wants. Before buying anything in Building Hardware or Material let us make you prices. J. J. KELLER & CO. THE TIME IS SHORT. ALL subscribers to THE ENQUIRER on my club who have not yet paid their subscriptions will please do so at once either to me or at The Enquirer office. HARRY MILLER. O. P. HEATH, Pt. W. 8. NEI YORKVILLE B. j _ tNCORP j ======= pFfl mm 11 | YES, as the Spring season ol serve our customers with the mo that can be found In the leading Rest assured that you ran alwaj Qualities here. THE W. L. D( We are showing a very han AND OXFORDS in the latest st Vici Kid, Gun Metal and Kid 1 trAMr 1 r% toot arvtna In SJhrtOQ flnH H' ?C1 Jl taiCOl ov/ IQO AAA uttwvw W..V. w? LINE and you'll get It. ..TRUNKS, VA We are showing the largest CASES. VALISES AND HAND B. have them In all sizes, all quallt going away come and see us for 1 UMBR'l Protect yourself from Wlntt one of our UMBRELLAS. Blacl Each. Colored Silk Umbrellas fr NEW DR Madras, in light colors, for t 12 l-2c Yard. New line of A. F. C. Gingha See our new stock of Embr | In The GROCE Here we carry a full line of 1 Including all kinds of Heavy Git Trees, Trace Chains, Shelf Hardv See us for an Osborn Disc c See us for Buggies, Wagons you you are hard to please. See us for all kinds of Gardi See us for anything in Groc< See us for Flour, Corn, Oat I Yori o e, n/r JL). UL 1?1. AUCTION SALES. SHERIFF'S SALE UNDER EXECUTION. BY virtue of an execution against property issued out of the Court I of Common Pleas, to me directed, I | will expose at public sale or auction in front of the Court House Door at Yorkviile, South Carolina, during the legal hours of sale on SALESDAY IN APRIL, 1907, the following real estate, namely: 1. All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situated in the town of Yorkviile, in the county and state aforesaid, on the west side of Congress street opposite the depot of Carolina and North-Western Railway company (formerly King's Mountain railroad depot), bounded on the east by said Congress street of said town, on the south by J. A. Carroll, (now Mrs. Sarah Carroll and W. R. Carroll), on the west by back lands of B. T. Wheeler, (now C. H. Sandifer), on the north by Ilot formerly belonging to B. P. Boyd, beginning at a Stake, Boyd's Corner, and running thence N. 66 W. 7.60 with Boyd's line to a Stake, thence S. 26| W. 2.30 to Cedar, thence N. 70 W. 8.90 to a Stake, thence S. 26 W. 69 to a Poplar, thence S. 70 E. 11.68 to a Stake on the road on Congress street, thence N. 26| E. 2.19 to the beginning, containing two and one-fourth acres, more or less. 2. Also all that certain other lot, piece or parcel of land, situated In the town of Yorkvllle, In the county and state aforesaid, fronting on Congress or Main street, of said town and bounded by lots of J. W. P. Hope, deceased, James A. Carroll and others, and containing ONE ACRE more or less, being the identical lot conveyed by P. B. T-rwln to J. W. P. Hope by bis deed of conveyance, dated February 18th, 1879, recorded in office of Register of mesne Conveyance for York County, In Book B 2, pp. 192 and 198* The two lots are now consolidated, and contain THREE AND ONEFOURTH ACRES, more or less, bounded at the present time as folfv lows: On the north by lot of W. 1\ ' Witherspoon, formerly T. B. McCLain) on the west by lot of Charles H. Sandlfer, on the south by lot of Mrs. Sa rah Carroll and w. K. Carroll ana on the east by Main or Congress street of the town of Yorkvllle, in the county and state aforesaid. Levied on as the property of J. W. P. Hope, now deceased, one of the Judgment debtors, at the suit of J. B. Pegram, plaintiff, i against J. W. P. Hope and John H. Hope, late partners, under the Arm name of J. W. P. Hope & Co., defendants. To be 'sold consolidated as one lot, containing 31 acres, more or less. Purchaser to pay for papers. Terms? CASH. HUGH G. BROWN, Sheriff of York County. Wm. B. McCaw, Plaintiff's Atty. 20 f. 4t DR. J. M. HUNTER The Ail-Round Specialist, ROCK HILL - - - - - 8. C. Consultation Free. Makes a Specialty of Cancers, Tumors, Chronic Ulcers, Scrofula and Rheumatism; Diseases of Liver and Kidneys, Dyspepsia and Indigestion. Treats without the knife, loss of blood and little pain to patient References to a Few Cases Treated. R. A. Clark, cancer of nose, Rock Hill; Mrs. J. J. Williams, cancer of face. - Tlrzah; Mrs. S. R. Nelson, cancer of face, Ogden; W. A. Mulllnax, cancer of face. King's Creek; W. W. Stroup, cancer of face, Lowell, N, C.; Mrs. Barbory McCraw, cancer of forehead, Gaffney; S. B. Hanna, cancer of neck, Gastonla, N. C.; D. F, Grlgg, cancer of nose, Lattlmore, N. C.; Frank ^Lat umore, cancer 01 ia.ce, ciBvemnu au?, N, C.: Mrs. M. E. Harrell cancer of face, Ellenboro, N. C.; Mrs. D. P. Glasco, cancer of forehead, Shelby, N. C.; D. H. Cobb, cancer of lip, Smyrna; R. C. Green, cancer of face, Mooresboro, N. C.; J. N. Clonts, cancer or the tongue, Tirxah, 8. C. ROSE'S MARKET. FOR the choicest of Beef, Poric and Sausage you, of course, should go to Rose's Meat Market We are always ready to supply your wants for Fresh Meats that are choice, tender and Juicy. Wanted?Fat Beef Cattle and Hogs, for which highest price will be paid. WALTER ROSE. IT Wanted.?Your orders for all kinds of printed matter. Best work at fairest prices. L, V. Pt. R. E. HEATH, 8?c.-Tr. & M. COMPANY, ORATED. ~ 1 1 MI B __ J I I' ' 1907 approaches we are ready to st fashionable and desirable goods wholesale markets of the country. rs And the Latest Styles and Best i)UGLAS SHOE dsome line of DOUGLAS SHOES yles and toes, In Patent Leather, eathers. If you would have the cfords call and see the DOUGLAS LISES, BAGS.. and best line of TRUNKS, SUIT *GS ever shown In Yorkvllle. We les and at all prices. If you are :he Baggage you need. ELLAS >r rains and Summer's suns with c Umbrellas from 50c to $3.00 om 92.00 to $3.50 Each. Y GOODS ihirts and shirtwaists, at 10c and ms at 10c the Yard. oideries?the largest in Yorkvlile. RY Department rami Supplies of every description, ceries, Plows, I>Iow Stocks, Single tare, Wire, etc. >r Drag Harrow?Best made, and Harness?if we cannot please en Tools, Garden Seeds, etc. ?rles, either Fancy or Heavy. s, etc. kville ! Company . I :