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Preaching at Hebron. Rev. J. L. Oates will preach at Hebron, Sabbath afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. Preaching at Tavora. Rev. B. E. Gillespie will preach at the Tavora Cotton Mill on Sunday at 3 p. m. Congregational Meeting. Rev. D. H. Little will preach at Bethel next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and there will be a congregational meeting Immediately after the service. T. E. Brandon, Clerk. $he dfotton $ftarhft. Yorkville, Feb. 11.?Cotton 14J. New York cotton. i New York, Feb. 10.?Spot cotton closed quiet, 5 points higher; middling uplands 15.25; middling gulf 15.50; sales 3,260. Future opened steady and closed barely steady as follows: Feb. I > 14.86; March 14.88; April 14.87; May 14.99; June 14.82; July 14.80; Aug. I 14.29; Sept 13.38; Oct 12.90: Nov. 12.78; Dec. 12.73. New York. Feb. 10.?The cotton market was less active today and ruled irregular, with prices responding mod-1 erately to small orders either way. I fc The close was barely steady at a de-| w cline of 3 points to an advance of 11 point, some positions being lower inl response to disappointing cables, while others were higher on overnight buy-| ing orders of which there were quite a number around the ring as a result of yesterday's bullish developments. Right after the opening May contracts sold at 15.07 or 3 points net higher and even with the high prices of last Monday but as soon as early demands had been supplied the market turned easier. There was a good deal of realizing by yesterday's buying and as soon as local professionals saw that long cotton was coming on the market and ] that there was no broadening of spec-1 ulatlve demand, they took the short I side for a turn. Prices sold off to 14.92 for May in consequence with the] ' active months, generally was showing j a net loss of about 9 to 12 points. From this level there was a rally on bullish southern spot advices encouraging trade reports and predictions that the week-end figures would be] very bullish and May contracts sold | back to the closing figures of last night ~ * J vcloflvolv I while Morcn seemeu iu ? ~ .?? Arm on buying attributed to big Chi-I cago Interests, selling a point or so net I higher. Later, however, there was a I renewal of realizing and local selling and closing prices were only a little up from the lowest on the active months. Southern spot markets officially reported early were unchanged to |c higher. Liverpool cables claim that I estimates of the India crop are' being! reduced by 250,000 bales. The New Tork market will be closed on Saturday, Lincoln's birthday, while Liver-1 pool and New Orleans will be open as I usual. Receipts at the ports today 24,457 bales against 12,384 last week and 27,390 last year. For the week 75,000 against 74.521 last week and 201,892 last year. Today's reecipts at New Orleans 2,354 bales against 6,544 last year and at Houston 3,454 against 10,480 last year. OBITUARY. Deep?At her home on R. F. D. No. I 2, Yorkville, on the 9th instant, Mrs. LU0INDA BOLPN, widow of the late Lowry Bolln, aged 89 years. FOR SALE GRADE Jersey Cow, with Calf ten days old. Address, C. H. SMITH, R. F. D. No. 4, Yorkville, S. C. 12 f.t tf ' THE PEOPLE'S SHOP] The Old Reliable has joined hands. In the rear of Smith's store, you find our stand. We work Old Marsh; they say he I drinks his booze; But just the same, he drives the shoes. L. T. Humphrey falls In line; Has a rep to shoe any kind. ? T. K. Thomasson works the wood; In his line, he's just as good. We can't afford to cut the price. For we do our work strong and nice. Yours to serve, THE PEOPLE'S SHOP, Humphrey A Thomasson, Props. 12 f.t 5t* LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS We are showing a beautiful line of a the newest styles of Ladies' Shirtwaists and Fancy Fronts at popular prices. Silk Shirtwaists, all colors, $2.98 and up. White Lawn Waists at 48 Cts to $1.50. Shirtwaist Fronts, fancy patterns 98 Cts. to $2 each. I WHITE GOODS. We have a most attractive line of White Goods at 6 Cts. a Yard and Upward. GINGHAMS? 1,000 yards regular 6 l-4c. quality of Ginghams at 5 Cts. a Yard. SHOES. See us for Shoes?we can please you jsqieei ||e paoiuBJBnS j|Bd .Taa.\a ^ pus sssud put ssiijienQ *se|X)? u| J. 0. WRAY, The Leader W See WRAY for Groceries?His Prices Mean Money Saved. GO TO A. D. Dorsett's For new goods, both in Dry Goods JP and Groceries. Just received a barrel of Northern Onion Sets. Bring me your Chickens, Butter and ft Eggs, and get the best market price. Cabbage Plants for sale at 20 Cts. for 100 lots, and 15 cts. for 1,000 lots. A. D. Dorsett Charlotte St., near York Mill. J. M. BRIAN COMPANY The Fancy Grocers GARDEN SEED We are handling Crossman's Garden Seeds, and every paper Is fresh. Also have Irish Cobbler and Bliss Seed Irish Potatoes. We have some nice fresh Mackerel? try them. See us for Cabbage, White Peas, and try our canned goods?Peaches, Tomatoes, Kraut, Corn and Hominy; and get ^ a glass of Honey In Tumblers. Try our brands of Coffee?Jarvinia, inn r'rnpkpr-Jack. Virginia Pride, and a good line of Green and Parched Coffees. All kinds of Tobaccos, Cigars and Snuff. Shoe and Stove polish. Soaps ?Grandpa's Tar Soap, Ivory, Sweet? heart. and all kinds of Laundry and Toilet Soaps. We have good Brooms and Whips. We have a nice line of Valentines and Post Cards. Come early before they are all sold. J. M. BRIAN CO. Make Your Drea DON'T DREAM ABOUH ARE GOING TO SAVE, ONCE TO SAVE MORE Realize that the Only W WANTED A FEW first-class Milk Cows and Sood Beef Cattle. Address T. M., or H. E. FERGUSON, or Phone No. 66, Yorkvllle, S. C. 12 f.t 2t J. L. Williams. W. M. McConnsll. J.L. WILLIAMS & CO. STAPLE GOODS 4,000 yards, wide, Hsavy Sheeting, at 7 Cta. Yard. 300 yards Bleaching, at 5 Cta. Yard. Better Bleaching, at 81-3 and 10 Cta. 500 yards 36-inch Cambric, 10 cents values, at 81-3 Cta. One case Apron Checks Ginghams, at 5 Cta. Yard. A. F. C. Ginghams, at 10 Cta. Yard. Heavy Bed Tick, at 10 Cta. Yard. Yard-wide, Blue Polka Dot Duck, 10 <jt?. rara. Rajah Silks, 50 Cts. value, 23 Cts. yard. Good Brown Linen, at 10 Cts. Yard. One lot Men's $1.25 and $1.50 Pants, at 89 Cts. the Pair. J. L. WILLIAMS & CO. : G. W. WHITESIDES: SHARON, S, C. Plant Irish Potatoes It Is a good crop to grow?giving big returns on the time and money expended In producing the crop, see us for Seed. Choice varieties of northern Proof Seed Oats. See us for extra choice Red Rust Proof See Oats. See us for Flour and Corn at right prices. See us for Hardware?we carry a good stock. See us for Chewing Tobocco, espe- daily Cracker Jack?$3 a Box; thraa Plugs for 25 Cants. See us for all kinds of Dry Goods, "| Shoes and Notions. J G. W. WHITESIDES * SHARON. S. C. J. C. WILBORN V RBAZj ESTATE A lust iuik ritunswix vvun am. h IF YOU WANT TO SELL- A ? FOR SALE ? 381-2 Acres?Joins R. M. Anderson and A. K. Sherrer. Land of Wm. Patton. 205 Acre#?Land of P. W. Love, six _ miles Yorkvllle; 2 tenant houses; 75 ? acres cleared, 125 acres In pine and u cedar. Price $1,600. " 100 Acres?Ross Love place; 2-story ~ dwelling on public road and Southern A Rwy.; SO acres in bottoms, one 3-room tenant house, barn 25x25, 2-story; everything in good shape; 2 miles Sharon. 3B Acres?at Delphos. Property of Ed. W. Sandifer. 200 Acrea?In Bethel township, about 4i miles Clover. Joins Lee Campbell T & Bro., a beautiful home; a fine farm, and has plenty of wood. It is a cheap ^ home. Prica $6,300. Property of Mrs. ^ Marshall Campbell. A 100 Acres?Property of R. R. Love, on Southern Rwy., 2 miles Sharon, good 2-story dwelling, painted, fine barn and outbuildings; 30 acres bottom land; 25 acres in timber?some forest timber. Prica $2,700. A 634 Acres?A. A. Laughridge place, joins W. B. Stroup lands. New 3-room house, 53 acres fine timber. Prioe, $1,200. 210 Acres?3 miles Sharon; 4| miles Yorkvllle. Joins E. N. Stevenson, R. B. Hartness. Land lies level; 4-horse farm open. Property of R. M. Robin- I son; one dwelling; 2 guuu tenant ? houses. t 185 Acres?Joins John T. Feemster; A running J mile on Howell's Ferry road; _ 4 miles Yorkville; one 7-room dwell- ? ing; 2 good tenant houses; near good school. 100 acres in cultivation; 40 acres in forest timber; lies well. Price $25 per Acrs. 821-2 Acres?In Bethel township. Property of Mary E. Campbell; 3 miles Betnel church; 20 acres in cultivation; 25 acres in timber. Four miles Tlrzah station. Part of this land is level; 4room house. Price $10 per acre. This is a bargain. 201 Acres?Land of W. W. Auten, will divide into small tracts of 100 acres; two good dwellings; 5-rooms each. Good barn; rolling land. Pries $10 per acre. Three miles Newport station. 150 Acres?60 acres In cultivation, 90 acres in timber, 20 acres fine bottom land; no houses on the land, 1| miles McConnellsvllle. Great bargain?$10.00 per acre. One 4-room house and lot on Pinckney street?Price $600.00. 190 Acres?J. Meek Whltesldes place, on Clark's Fork; 75 acres fine bottoms, upland rolling and hilly?Price $2,600. 50 Acres?A beautiful cottage near Bethany on King's Mountain road; 4rooms and pantry; lie level, a large new barn, everything very convenient. No nicer little home in York county. Healthy, situation ideal. Home of H. G. Thomasson. 30 Acres?W. N. Ferguson?Garner place?Jains K ng's Mountain chapel on King's Mountain road; 1-4 mile of Filbert. 94 Acres?W. N. Ferguson home place, near Filbert; a beautiful new house, level land. Price $40 per acre. 50 Acres?Rachel Burns home place, joins L. H. Castles, R. N. McElwee; 7 miles Yorkville. Price $500. 80 Acres?Mrs. E. V. McCarter, one 4-room dwelling, 40 acres open land, lies well. Near Stroup's store. 45 Acres?Adjoins Mike Carroll; fine location. Property S. C. Shiith. 123 Acres?At Newport Station. 187 Acres?Good land, adjoins F. M. Lynn, near McConnellsvllle. Price per acre, $10.00. 186 Acres?Mrs. Kate Williamson home place, 2} miles from Guthriesville, 1J from school; 6 horse farm open land. Lies comparatively level; good neighborhood, fine farm. Price $18.00 per acre?if bought within 20 days. 144 Acres?Joins W. L. Hill?Youngblood place?2 houses and necessary outhouse. Some land produced a bale per acre; L>. L.. uooa & tsro. rrice $1,600. 105 Acres?Adjoins the above; 3room house; land is a little hilly, but is good, strong land. The cheapest land in York county. Property of Good Bros. Joins J. C. Kirkpatrick. Price for 105 acres?$550.00. 100 Acres?Mrs. S. A. Nivens place 3 miles good school; 3 miles Yorkville. Joins Mr. Geo. Wallace, near Charlotte road. For a quick sale. See me at once. 135 Acres?The dwelling of A. H. Jackson, two tenant houses; 90 acres in cultivation; 35 acres in timber; 3 mile of Guthriesville High school; on York and Cheater road; 6 miles Yorkville. Price $15 per acre. 130 Acres?12 acres fine bottom land; 60 acres in cultivation; 60 acres in timber; joins Mrs. Mattie Nichols and J. B. Atkins; 1 dwelling, 2 tenant houses, barn, etc. Price $20 per acre. 34 3-4 Acres?P. L. Groves, near Bethany?$20 per Acre. 144 Acres?Grayson home near Bethany; 1 2-story, 10-room dwelling; 65 acres in cultivation. Cheap. See this place. 24 3-4 Acres?Near Bethany?W. F. Faris. New 3-room house; good barn? $1,150.00. 65 Acres?McAlily Hope place near Bullock's Creek church?2-horse farm; good dwelling. 100 Acres?McAlily home place? $2,700. 50 Acres?Joins R. M. Bratton? $1,000. 1031-2 Acres?In Ebenezer township, Joins" Tom Barron, J. H. Barry; lies level, good place. 123 Acres?Bethel township?$1,850, good place and buildings. 106 Acres?Price $1,260?King's Mountain township?Joins Bob Bigger. J. C. WILBORN. Your business correspondents ig judge you by your Stationery. Use I The Enquirer kind. || I be Systematic?not only in ) saving. Real Opportunities possess Ready Money. Be prepared when Opp' Your Savings In Our Bank, pound Interest. THE NATIONAL ABSOLUTE ROCK HILL - - SC W. J. RODDEY, President. FOR SALE h [ ATH mill outfit, Including shaft.J lng and pulleys. For particulars, je or write us on Torkville No. 6. HORTON & STURGI8. 12 tf tf CHEWING GUM J i/hen first fie met her she was fair, And chewing chewing gum, . rosebud nestled in her hair, [e breathed his love unto her there, nd she smiled a smile so rare, And chewing chewing gum. Chorus: And chewing chewing gum, f And chewing chewing gum, y And she smiled a smile so rare, 8 And chewing chewing gum. he strode in state adown the aisle, Still chewing chewing gum, c [e met her with a happy smile, C nd they were wedded there the while, nd she was blushing all the while, Still chewing chewing gum. Chorus: Still chewing chewing gum, Still chewing chewing gum; And she was blushing all the while, g Still chewing chewing gum. ^ oday I saw her down the way, f< Still chewing chewing gum. hree children, joyous, blithe and gay, /ere shouting on their happy way, nd they were hers I know, for they, Were chewing chewing gum. j Chorus: w Were chewing chewing gum, ti Were chewing chewing gum, nd they were hers, I know, for they, Were chewing chewing gum. ?Ollie Stowe. ~ Feb. 7. 1910. Herndon & Gordon, y 90" We eeli all kind* of Chewing Gum. g e W No. 3 Rebuilt Oliver Typewriter, A-Grade, $50, at The Enquirer office. KIRKPA NICHC One 1 Can't Voile; wortl Skirts Style* 60 3,0( 1,( Men's Man ' c 1T1V11 O Ladies N mor we i Kirki If You Don' ims Come True r THE MONEY YOU BUT START IN AT OF YOUR INCOME. ay to be Successful is to 'our business, but in your i come only to those who ortunity calls by having They will grow at ComUN10N BANK LY SAFE >UTH CAROLINA IRA B. DUNLAP, Cathimr. 1. L. Carroll. C. W. Carrol CARROLL BROS. Shingles, Shinglet Just received a carload of first-das lard Pino 8hingles. See us for wbs ou need. The price Is right EE U8 FOR Everything In the Qrocerv line. Farm Implements of all kinds. In ludlng Disc and Drag Harrows, 8tal utters, etc. Como Horse and Mule Feed. CARROLL BROS. FOR SALE OOD Brood Mare?will work any JT where. Perfectly gentle. Chea 3r Cash. J. R KILLIAN. 10 f tf. THE WE FIX IT SHOP "F It is Iron, Wood or Steel and re L quires attention, bring it here. To rill get prompt attention and satlsfac ory work. Horseshoeing a Specialty. R. E. MONTGOMERY, Proprietor. 8 w 8m. THE CITY MEAT MARKET HIT E have Irish Potatoes and Oat ? bage, and want to buy som ood Hogs. Come and see us fe verythlng in Beef, Pork and Sausag< C. F. SHERRER, Proprietor. TRICK-E )LS BUILDING, YOR New Spi Lot Tailored Skirts,i Buy the Cloth at Pi s and Panamas, all > 1 $6 to $7.50, Our $ i worth $8 to $10,1 5, Introductory Price! OUR S 0 Yards Good Ginghams )0 Yards Domino Gingha pieces, wort )00 Yards Good Calico you w 40-inch Sheeting, w Heaviest 3-yard Shee $1.50 Pants, all sizes, Socks, all colors, Stockings, worth 10c, o trouble to she ley cheerfully r sell you if you ai )atrick-B t Trade With :: WHEN YOU BUY:: Horses and Mules, call and see us, or drop us a card, and let' us INSURE them. The fact that you never had a loss is no reason that you will not Don't put it off, you mi*ht wait one day too many. 0. E. BONEY, Agent. Every Day You see some place about your home where you would like to have and ought to have an additional piece of Furniture, or perhaps a nice Rug, a Carpet or Rocking Chair. Tou know you need these articles and fully intend to buy them some day, don't you? Why not come and see us today about the odd piece of Furniture that you are wanting and intending to buy. The cost isn't very great and we are sure that we can please you in Quality and Price. Say, Mr. Man, don't you think that your wife ought to have that Kitchen Cabinet she has been wanting so long. See ours. CARROLL FURNITURE CO. GARDEN SEED To have a good garden, you should have good Seed. We sell Landreth and Ferry's Seed. Every paper fresh. Have Seed Irish Potatoes; Early Rose, Red Bliss, White Bliss, Irish Cobbler. ? We have Appier and R. R. Seed Oats. 1 Farm Implements Middle Breakers, Points for same, - Turn Plows, repairs for Oliver and Vulcan Turn Plows, Cotton and Corn Planters, with Guano attachments, Drag Harrows, Disc Harrows, HtocK Cutters, and every thing you need on a farm. We still have a few Mules and Horses for sale. J See us about your Fertilizers before buying. , YORK SUPPLY CO. is We are making money-saving prices Lt on FLOUR. s I SELL White and Golden Dent 8eed Corn. A fresh shipment of Chewing Top bacoo. Royal, Rumford and Good Luck Baking Powders, i. Beech-Nut Beef in Glass. a Breakfast 8trip and Hams. The Best Coffee and Tea on the market. I. W. JOHNSON. - BREED BOAR 16 >r T3 BGI8TERED Poland-China. Fee 9. XV $2.00 or a pig. Address No. 4, Clover. HENRY WATTS. 11 tf 2t (ELK CO KVILLE, SOUTH CARO ing Skirts. all Wool Panama. (O ice, --- lew Spring Styles, ipecial Price - - r ^.w $5.98" $7. PECIALS. i, worth 5c, Special Saturday, 31-2 Cents the 1 ims, short lengths, 3 to 10 ya h 6 l-2c, Price, 5 Cents the 1 >s, light colors?as much ? ant?Price, 4 1-2 Cents the 1 orth 6 l-2c, Our Price, 5 Cents the ] ting, worth 8 l-2c, Price, 71-2 Cents the 1 - - - - 98 Ce - - - - 5 Ce - - - - 5 Ce >w goods here. Y efunded for anyth re not satisfied. lelk Comi Us We Both ] * * BARGAIN T^I + prices I homson i Prevail Here f Only One ANN I VERS * Day More. * come ! Closes Saturday Nigh . Tomorrow will close our Fourth A one day yet to buy goods at Sacrii come while your dollar does doi Clothing, Shoes, Gent's Furnishing ?$5.00 SILK PETTICOATS $2.98 ? One lot Ladies' Black Silk Petticoats, rfrade from good quality black Taffeta Silk, $5.00 values, on Sale A Saturday at $2.08 Each. ' ?SATEEN PETTICOATS ? 69c., 98c., $1.30 and $1.08 ? Biff line of Ladies' Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats, on Sale at 60 Cts., 08 Cts., $1.30 and $1.08 each eg* ? EMBROIDERED SHIRT WAIST FRONTS ? 30c., 69c., 98c. and $1.50 One lot Embroidered Shirt Waist Fronts, worth * 50c., on Sale at SO Cts. Each. ?- - ?? ci,i? u'oki IPmnta nn SalA T une XOt UHim imw aiu? nHan I.. , , at 09 Cts. Each. One lot Ladles' $1.60 Embroidered Shirt Waist Fronts, on Sale at 98 Cts. Each. ??ft One lot Ladles' Embroidered Hemstitched Shirt Waist fronts, 12.00 value, on Sale at $1.50 Each. ? Saturday will be your last chanc Shirts and Gent's Furnishings at r ^ Prices. Be here yourself?Tell yoi tiful here for you all. *. 4" GOOD rT"l . basting i COTTON a a JL . 1 Ct. the Spool Good 10 Cts. ___ _ PEARL rFf I t i homson 4? Ladies' Pure M ? V II5U V li LINEN eh HANDKER- a x . cffi8 Yorkvill TUa CnnfiAenrp of Its Depositors Keen Knt Is one of the best assets a Bank can possess. One that Is absolutely essen- Good carpenters tlal to Its progress. ago, learned that Gc The sturdy and consistent growth of essary for Good W this Bank can be attributed largely to having Keen Kutt the fact that It has always merited they axe recognized such confidence. The unqueetloned everywhere as beins standing of those identified with its f0r all kinds of Ke conduct, the soundness of Its financial Pocket Knives Raz< policies, its uniform llberalty?make banking here safe and satisfactory. Let us have your Bank Account We will treat you right and give you good service. THE LOAN AND SAVINGS HANK YORKVILLE, 8. C. flWP?* Yorkvillc Hard> FOB BENT. DICKSON HOUSE, King's Mountain street next Garrison. C. E. SPENCER. ^\ m 1 " ?DON n mm jg m m m mm Let yourself be wc Hfl jl A IV1 V tressing Cold or the IVI MJL InI so easy to put a sto ? ? you take the prop* When you feel elthei LINA coming on take the YORK DRUG 8TOI GRIPPE AND COLI TABLET8 1 According to direc ble will soon cease 1 ^ 25 Cents ?t yQ THE YORK D ,98 00 YOU INTEN ,50 T0 ! If bo, be sure to begin operations for ed Lumber, Doors, S Ing Hardware, Llm Plaster and other We are In position a make close prices < , need. , CONTRACTING. J We would also be [ ara. you with Plans and j Cost of building anyt _ j In mind. See ua for Paints, J. J. KELL fard. fard. I offer the best I Crop Molasses at 60 Something nice in P . price, as well as Hoi fnrn Pickles?Both Sweet 1 ? berrels. Tip Top Sauerkrau j | 5 cents, 6 lbs. tor 26 fard. Prunes at 10 Cts., . 2 for 25. Also Prun< i f1|C ready for use In bes HIO# Cans of this kind ar< nts. [..! Most anything you j. LOUIS I nts. _? AT THE BRA1 WE are offerl Guernsey Helfe and we have also a shire Gilts with tl OLtr that we will sell. clean milk at 10 cent .? rr butter and fresh eggi Llllg Pure Berkshire PI $5 each. Pure Buff (1 a setting of 16. J. MEEK BT II MONEY TC ???? ?? " A N Improved farm \J reoayable In five stallments. Interest: If loan Is $1,000 or o\ v 4% f7 if under $1,000. No )any. r 1* BRICK FO Lose Money. S % "h w 103 + ) + + + + + fr* J ri 9 Tomorrow, *f nmnnnv C Saturday, t F V ?L r J Will be Bar\RY SALE Store* + ? February the 12th. stalxwiy. J : L* inniversary Sale. Y~u have only + Eice Prices. Don't stay away; but ^ lble duty in buying Dry Goods, ^ fs and Notions. 1 ? YARD WIDE PERCALE 10 GTS. YARD? , 1,000 yards of full yard-wide, soft finish. Percale, all good colors, on Sale at 10 Cts. the Yard. ? LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR? . Big lot Ladles' Muslin Underwear, in Gowns, Skirts, Corset Covers and Drawers, all big values, on A Sale at Prices to Sell Quick. ? 15c. TOWELS 10c. ? One lot large size, Huck Towels, 20 inches by 40 A Inches, worth 16 Cts., on Sale Saturday at 10 Cts. T ? COLGATE'S 25c. TALCUM, 15c. BOX? 4* One gross Colgate's 25 Cts. Talcum Powder, on a Sale Saturday at 15 Cts. the Box. Five gross good Perfumed Toilet Soap, on Sale Sat urday at 8 Cakes for 10 Cts. T Colgate's Tooth Powder, on Sale at 10 Cts. Box. A e to buy Clothing, Shoes, Hats, rhomson Company's at Sacrifice ir friends to come?Bargains plen- ^ * LADIES' <f ri p HANDKER- . IXC ass ?HiKiw T At! Cts. Each ?|? r LADIES' a nmnnnv HOSE I * 50, ioc, itc. * HATH. j~)i |p C r BARRETTS * ie> tli 100 and 35C + ^FORD everywhere, long Automobiles >od Tools are Necork, and insist on er Tools, because by good carpenters r the Best See us We are local Selling Agents for en Kutter Tools, the well toown FORD AUTOMODrs, etc. bile, which is unquestionably one of the best of the Donular nrlced cars on the market today. The FORD never fails to vlve owner* entire satisfaction. Come and see as about a car and let flHnLL "3 quote you prices on either a RunHH A about or Touring Car. ACCES80R,ES? Along with the Ford Automobtle we vare Company, are also carrying a complete line of Automobile Accessories, and can fur- /*$ nlsh car owners with Lubricating and Cylinder Olla Cup Greases, Packings, T% etc. If you have an Automobile want, ' * m come and see ua A mmm |N THE MEANTIME Don't forget that we are headquarters for the best there la In Furniture, >rrled with a die- Furnishings, Stoves, etc., and that our Grippe, when it is prices and terms will please TOU. >p to the trouble If ir steps in time. CASH OR CREOIT. r of these maladies YORK FURNITURE CO. RE'S Cash or Credit?and a 8quare Deal. 5 To York County M. B. fSSSSiiE: ' Policy Holders While it is a fact that in due time each of you will receive the usual anPTTfi ctOPF nual address of President FrellnghuyKUU biUKb. Mn relative to the record of the Mutual Benefit for the year 1909, still X beg to advise thai advance Information is to the effect that the year Just Ciuoeu wu luo uiuoi yiwyvrvuoi * vui every viewpoint, in the history of the grand old company, and especially Dwith reference to savings by reason of the mortality expense, amounting to nearly $900,000 less than normal, mill m^ and because of this fact, notwlthBUIL Df standing the dividend scale for 1910 had already been Increased something see us before you Uke 16% over the scale for the preRourh and Dress- vloun ten years, the directors have deash, Blinds, Build- elded that during 1910, $676,000 shall e. Cement. Brick. be distributed among the policy hoinecessary supplies, ders in the shape of an extra dividend, md will be glad to The> dividend wUl be paid in cash to >n what you may tho8e who P?ld up policies, and will be applied to still further reducing the premium of those hot fully paid up. This is but another illustration of the fact that the managepleased to furnish ment never retains the money of polSpeclflcatlons and Icy holders beyond the amount neceshing you may have sary to absolutely safeguard the letter's interests. In this connection I Oils, Glass, etc. beg to advise that there are now in force In York county nearly 860 poll p"D jgy fn clea, representing about $626,000 in4a? v" surance on the lives of her citizens, the individual policy holders carrying from $1,000.00 to $16,000.00 and from one to Ave policies each. It is to your . - Interest, as well as that of your neighbors and friends, that you astK.m nf the fart that VOU have m found the Mutual Benefit to be all that was claimed for it, and more. 8AM M. QRI8T, Speeial Agent. Jew Orleans, New i cents the gallon. orto Rico at same ?ee me Made. and Sour, loose In \ T.W. Speck t?northern put up * centc' Make It a point to visit 8peok's Jewelry Store whenever you want Watch 3 for 26. 16 Cts. repairing, a Clock fixed and Jewelry es put up In cans, mended. t syrup at 16 Cts. See Speck when you want to buy i rather small. a Watch, Clock or Jewelry. See Speck when you want to buy Sterling or Plated Silverware, either may call for. for your own use or for presents or souvenirs to friends. _ATU See Speck for Cut Glass, Chlnaware, lUTn. Brlc-a-Brac. See Speck for Parker Lucky Curve wr T.AT>w Fountains, or the Waterman Ideal, If 'TON FARM. you would prefer that. He carries a ng thoroughbred full line of these Pens and can fit any >rs at from *10 up hand and any pocketbook. * number of Berk- I thank my customers for the patioroughbred Pigs tronage given me during 1909, and wish Will deliver pure, for everybody the best that can come s a quart. Cream, to them during the year 1910. i on orders. ga at from $3 to T. W. SPECK, The Jeweler. Orpington eggs at JRNS. Manager. G EO. T. SGHORB ) LEND PHOTOGRAPHER. is In Tork County, T AM making good and satisfactory ! easy, annual in- X Photographs at reasonable figures. Seven per cent and solicit the patronage of the public. rer; eight per cent l can also turnisn xausicai instrubroker*s commls- ments of all kinds. E. SPENCER, See me at my Studio on West Llberittorney at Law. ty street. f.t tf. GEO. T. 8CHORB. R SALE. FOR SALE at you need. $10 fTI WELVE-HOR8E Erie Boiler, with JL complete fittings, in good condition . R. CARROLL. at a bargain. Call on or write us. f.t tf. L. M. GRIST'S SONS.