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McCONNELLSVILLE NOTES.
Corre?i>ondence The Yorkville Enquirer
McConnellsville, August 2.?The IT
[ day Night club is exciting much intei
est among the young people of this lit
tie town, ami the meetings are muc
enjoyed by the members. On July 2
the club met at the home of the pres
ident, Mr. Palmer Williams. Tli
guests were cordially welcomed by M
and Mrs. Williams, who received t
the door.
*?!?? *.!? It?,, nknl>n,.., ..f ?*,
entertainment committee, acquitte
herself admirably well and provide
constant amusement for the crow<
The chief feature of the evening wa
a contest in which everyone tried t
pin the donkey's tail on. Deliciou
cream and cake were served in the din
ing room. Indeed, everyone thoroughl
enjoyed the evening spent in the prett
home.
Last Friday night the club met s
the home of Mr. Alexander Crawfor<
The club members were delighted t
have with them, Mr. Fitzer, who wa
visiting Mr. Walker Moore. Th
"chicken" contest was a source of muc
amusement to everyone. The cuttin
out of animals from paper afforde
much fun, and a queer looking tnenag
erie it was when everyone had flnishe
. cutting. Mr. Fitzer received the priz
for having cut the best animal?a dot
Slips of paper were distributed t
arrange the boys and girls in couple*
then each boy and girl was given
knotted string to untangle. Man;
gave up in despair, but Miss Kat
Crawford and Mr. Walker Moore wer
successful.
Fruit frappe, cake and candy wer
1 ?... ?? nwtiaiionllc H i/\ro toH tlitt
scrvCTi in an aiiinuMui,! v*.. v .....
ing room. Several toasts were giver
which provoked much laughter. Th
meeting was a pleasant one for earl
of the club members.
Condition of Cotton.?The averag
cotton crop on July 25 was 75.5 of ;
normal, according to a bulletin of th
crop reporting board of the depart
ment of agriculture issued at nooi
Tuesday. The average condition wa
80.7 in June: 71.9 on July 25 last year
83.0 in 1908; 75.0 in 1907; 79.4 was th
10-year average. Comparison of con
dition by states of the week:
10-year
State. 1910 averag<
Virginia 80 81
North Carolina 71 80
South Carolina 70 80
Georgia 70 81
Florida 70 83
Alabama 71 78
Mississippi 71 78
Louisiana 69 78
Texas 82 79
r Arkansas 73 80
Tennessee 76 82
Missouri 72 84
Oklahoma 87 81
California 98 ?
? Muscogee, Okla., August 4: Wha
happened in the private office of Unit'
ed States Senator Thomas P. Gore ai
Washington at noon last May 6, form
ed the basis of sensational charges in*-?
or tho nnmots nf Vlo#? PrMldfill1
w
> Sherman. Senator Charles S. McGulr<
of Oklahoma and others, in a hearinj
before a special congressional investigating
committee here today. Durinf
the thirty or forty minutes of a conference
held in that office. Senatoi
Gore testified that he had been approached
by Jake L. Hamon, formei
chairman of the Oklahoma territoria
Republican committee and also former
chairman of the Oklahoma stat<
Republican committee and that h<
had been offered a bribe of $25,00(
or $50,000 to remove certain legislation
pending in congress so thai
$3,000,000 might be paid to J. F. McMurray
an attorney at McAlester
Okla., and his associates. The monej
was to represent "attorneys fees" ol
10 per cent of $30,000,000 which wa.<
to be secured from a New York syndicate
for 450,000 acres of coal anc
asphalt lands now owned by the Choc
I taw and Chickasaw Indians in this
state. Vice President Sherman's nam<
was mentioned by Mr. Hamon. Senator
Gore testified as being interested
in the land deal to the extent of favoring
the approval by congress ol
what are known as the McMurraj
k contracts with the Indians.
AT THE CHURCHES.
BAPTIST
Rev. I. G. Murray, Pastor.
Sunday Services?Sunday school n
10 a. m. Morning service at 11 o'clock
sutjject of sermon, "Law Observance.'
CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD.
Rev. T. Tracy Walsh, Rector.
Sunday Services?Morning service a
10.30 o'clock. No other services.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN.
Rev. E. E. Gillespie, Pastor.
Sunday Services?Sunday school a
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., and a
X.30 p. in., l?y Rev. J. K. Hall.
METHODIST.
Rev. J. H. Thacker, Pastor.
Sunday Services?Sunday school a
5 p. m.
f ASSOCIATE REFORMED PRESBY
TERIAN.
Rev. J. L. Oates, Pastor.
Sabbath Services?Sabbath schoo
at 10 a. in.
r Special Notices.
Installation At Bethel.
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, Di
lfobt. Adams will be installed pastor o
Bethel church. Rev. E. E. Gillespi
of Yorkville. will preside and preacl
the sermon, and Rev. H. J. Mills o
Clover will charge the pastor and th
people.
CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE.
For Congress?Fifth District.
THOS. B. BOTHER.
County Treasurer.
ROBERT L. QOFF.
HARRY E. NEIL,.
JOHN A. NEEDY.
County Auditor.
JOHN J. HUNTER.
BROADITS M. DOVE,
T. E. McMACKlN.
JOE M. TAYLOR.
County Supervisor.
THOS W. BOYD.
CLEM GORDON.
JOHN F. GORDON.
Superintendent of Education.
MINOR R. BIGGERS,
JOHN WARREN QUINN.
Judge of Probate.
L R. WILLIAMS.
House of Representatives.
JAMES E. BE AM GUARD,
J AS. E. GETTYS.
S. H. EPFS,
J. S. GLASSCOCK,
THOS. p. McDOW.
o. I_ SANDERS.
I?r. J. H. SAVE,
1 O W. WALLACE.
County Commissioner.
W. A. AYCOCK.
L. J. Ll'MFKIN.
JOS. W. SMITH,
For Magistrate?Bethesda Township
I). P. CURRY.
Magistrate?Bethel Township.
J. I>. BoYD.
II. K. JOHNSON.
Magistrate?Bullock's Creek Townshi|
J. L. DUNCAN.
For Magistrate?York Township.
R. L DE LOACH,
J. C. COMER
J. J. WALLACE,
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$hf (Cotton iflarhet.
Yorkvillr, August 5. ?Cotton 15.
New York. AiiKUSt 4: Spot rot to
dosr <iui<*t; middliiiK uplands 15.4:1
^ middling Kulf, 15.70: sales 3,000 I?al?*
Futures opened easy and closed stead
as follows: Jan. 13.4S; Feb. 13.5C
March 13.55; May 13.57; June 13.6C
July 13.61: Auk. 15.41: Sept. 14. 3<J
Oct. 13.54; Nov. 13.54; Iter. 13.53.
IJotices. Special
i- Excursion Rates via Southern Railwa
Account meeting Triennial Conciavi
" Knights Templar, the Southern Rail
h way announces very low round tri
2. rates from all points to Chicago, III
tickets to be sold August 4th, 5th, tit
and 7th, limited to reach original start
r. ing point, returning not later than mid
it night, August 17th, unless extended a
Chicago. Extension of final limit ma;
ie be obtained good to return up to Sep
d tember 6th, by depositing tickets an
d upon payment of 50 cents per ticket.
[1. For information, ticket, etc., apply t
is Southern Railway Ticket Agents, o
o address J. I*. Meek, Asst. Gen. Passeit
is ger Agent, Atlanta, Ga., or \V. S. Mc
i- Ghee, Div. Passenger Agent, Charles
y ton, S. C.
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lt HYMENEAL.
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g Married?August l, 1910, at the res
e idence of the bride's father, near Clo
h ver, by Rev. R. M. Stevenson, Mr. W
g T. BAKER and Miss MA MIR WALK
d ER. All of York county.
e LOST? TAIL LAMP.
J. T OST between Tirzah and York
0 JLi ville. Will appreciate its returi
', and pay for trouble.
a it QUINN WALLACE.
e BL AIRS VILLE PICNIC
* "XT' VERYBOPT Is Invited to attem
the Picnic in connection with th
e opening of the County Campaign in J
* C. Blair's grove on SATURDAY, AU
' GUST 13.
J. E. LATHAM.
h E. M. BANKHEAD.
Committee.
62 f.t 2t*
e PICNIC AT FILBERT
? rn HE Woodmen of the World wil
1 A give their Annual Basket Picnic a
" Filbert, on FRIDAY. AUGUST 12
There will be speaking, music by th
. Yorkville Cornet Band, a Basebal
' Game Between Clover and Rock Hill
and other attractions. Everybody in
" vited. D. C. CLARK,
For Committee.
61 t.f 3t
THE CITY MARKET
When you want the Best to be hat
in the Meat line. Phone the City Market.
I can't handle anything but tht
very best. First-Class Fresh Meat!
all the time, refrigerator cooled.
C. F. SHERER.
PICNIC AT KING S CREEK.
THERE will be a W. O. W. Picni.
at King's Creek, on SATURDAY
AUGUST 13, to which the public ii
cordially invited,
J. E. PLAXICO, Clerk,
t Olive Camp No. 319.
t THE BEST MEATS.
tl AN always be had at the Rosj
J Meat Market, and you can also find
? here all Vegetables that are in season
1 including Potatoes, Onions. Cabbage
. etc. Eggs and Butter. Fish on Satur.
days.
Phone us your orders.
'f WALTER ROSE.
' FOR SALE
THE following machinery, all practically
new: One 80-Saw Gin
? Feeder, Condenser and Press, Pulleys
i Line Shaft and Belting, 1 15-Horst
) Power Engine, 1 20-Horse Power Boil
er, 1 Pony Saw Mill, 1 48-Chisel Tooth
t Circular Saw. Apply to, or address J
M. STEWART. 330 Park Ave., Rock
. Hill. S. C.
r 58 f.t 6t
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j STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of York.
IN THE PROBATE COURT,
j By L R. Williams, Esquire, Probati
i Judge of York County.
j \17 HEREAS MARION B. JENj\
NINGS, has applied to me foi
" Letters of Administration, on all
and singular, the goods and chat'
tels, rights and credits of Mrs. EM Mil
H. JENNINGS, late of the count)
. aforesaid, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said deceased, to b<
and appear before me at our nexi
I Probate Court for the said county, t<
be holden at York Court House on thi
' 20TH DAY OF AUGUST, 1910, to shev
cause, if any, why the said Administra
tlon should not be granted.
Given under my Hand and Seal, thii
5th day of August, in the year o
our Lord one thousand nine hundret
and ten. and in the 135th year oi
American Independence.
L. R. WILLIAMS.
Probate Judge of York County.
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t J. L. Williams. W. M. McConnell
J.L. WILLIAMS & CO
i Have You
Seen
1 The frlft Suit
Best V1" Mad
We Have It.
f
J J. L. WILLIAMS & CO.
1 Big Reductions on all Summe
e Goods.
BEST OF SEVEN
May 27. 1910.
Mr. J. J. Pittser. Agent,
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co.,
Hoopeston, Illinois.
Dear Sir: ?
I was much surprised this morniiu
to receive from you a check for $41.Si
as a special dividend on my $20,001
policy which I hold in your company.
I.ast March I received my regula:
dividend of $177. and thought that wai
liberal enough, and was perfectly sat
istled, but this addition of $41.so, inak
ing a total of $2ls.K0 this year, is cer
tainl.v most satisfactory, and confirm:
my conviction that the Mutual Belief!
is absolutely a mutual company in fac
as well as in name, ami that 1 mad
no mistake when I selected it nim
years ago.
At that time there were seven specia
ni'i'iitu rci.rcsciil imr a? m:inv differeil
companies, called t<? sell me insurance
and after I had listened to all <>f then
while they explained their differen
policies, I selected the Mutual Bciiefi
without the aid of a special agent.
There are a few larger companie
than yours, that is, they have more in
suranee on their Imnks perhaps. )>ut i
my judgment it would l>e hard to tiir
a more conservative, careful, bette
managed company, or one that pro
duces better results for its polio;
holders than the old reliable Mutiui
Benefit of Newark, New Jersey.
I can heartily recommend it to an
' one. and wish you unlimited success i
your solicitations.
Yours very truly.
I?ale Wallace.
There are today about ISO legal re
' serve or "old line" companies scckin
to insure the lives of the people of th
rnited States, as against about all te
years ago, and of this number less tha
:>,? do 75 per cent of the business, an
had it been possible for Mr. Wallac
to have examined the records and con
~ tracts of ill of them, his decision woul
have been the same, as is that of a
men who are intelligently seeking tli
best company, the best contract an
the lowest cost There are scores ?
citizens in York county, who have s?
? cured polities in the Mutual Belief
>: during the past 15 years, who embus
s. all that Mr. Wallace has said.
>* SAM M. GRIST, Special Agent.
t; 3V~ Your business correspondent
; judge you by your Stationery. Us
The Enquirer kind.
$* 4s 4* 4* 4* 4* 4s 4* *"3
5 THOM
?J Special Sale
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r At OXE LOT LADIES' WASH
- '* Jf..00 VALUES, on SALE SATURI
- ONE LOT LADIES' LINEN :
? $2.48 EACH.
- * COLORE!
4* Full line of colors in yard-wi
, yard.
- Striped Brown Linen for Boys
. Yard-wide Brown Linen?goc
. 4* yard.
j Bates' best Dress Gingham?
: 4> A. F. C. Dress Ginghams at If
One lot good Colored Lawns,
. 4* CUItTAi:
4* One lot White Curtain Scrim,
Big lot New Patterns in Cui
" CTS. the Yard.
Soft finish English Long Clotl
<4* Ladles extra size Gauze Vests,
Ladles' plain Gauze Vests, at
Ladies' Black, fine Lisle Gauz
Children's Black and Tan Hos
Children's Plaid Top Sox. at
f " Children's Bibbed White Hos<
4'- Children's white Sox. at 15 <
Children's Red Sox. at 15 CI
,, One pound of good Linen finis
4* One Box of good Note Paper f
,, Good Toilet Soaps. 25 CTS. f
4# Colgate's Talcum Powder, 15
Air Float Talcum Powder, I
4* Colgate's Dental Cream, 19 C
Colgate's Tooth Powder, 1? <
II <4* Cheeseborough White Vaselln
t Large Jar Vaseline. 5 CTS. Ji
! At Tooth Brushes, 15 and 25. CT
p Hair Brushes. 10. 25 and 50 C
4* MILLIN
" & One lot of Ladles' Trimmed B
6 at 98 CTS. Eacti.
One lot Ladles' Trimmed Hal
4 Sale at $1.19 your choice.
jj One lot Ladies' $1.50 Large S
One lot Ladies' 75 Cts., Large
? One lot Children's Sailors at
i ^ BUY AT THOMSON'S ANI?
A PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD.
: THE THOf
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! DON'T
WORRY
Over the troubles of Doctor Crippen.
Keep closer to the earth?nearer home!
Just arrived this morning another
gross of Preserve Tin Cans. There is
yet lots of fruit in the country to be
preserved, and we have only enough
. of these Cans for a dozen families. So
. come quick!
- A nice lot of Irish Potatoes. We al'
ways keep everything in the line of
1 Fresh Groceries. Mr. James Black
; Dickson, a natural-born connoisseur
: on sweet things, says that "Velva
Breakfast Syrup" is the finest thing of
the kind that ever tickled his fastidious
palate. We're selling Meal Sacks
right along. All kinds of Tobaccos.
See us for everything in our line.
We're expecting Mr. Herndon next
, week. Hastily,
HERNDON & GORDON.
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1 TONIGHT A?
i i
; ?? Don't fail to see the great West
[ Comedy Picture,
> * A TEXAS JOKE,
e *
v % The story of a Cowboy's Wooing, bri
. ^ ful of fun and laughter. Also:
? The Little Sweeps,
^ The Magic Duster,
j Pancakes.
f A fine Programme that is sure
please you.
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FOR A
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U1VI v>xvv/x
For a hip crop of TURNIPS, buy
your SEED here. Have all varieties
early, medium and late. Mix them
just as you want. We are always careful
to buy the best Seeds that can be
had.
Pall on us for anything in Drugs or
Drug Sundries you may need. We
have it.
Ask to see one of our $1 Safety Razors?the
greatest Razor of the age.
THE STAR DRUG STORE.
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TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.
\ LL persons having claims against
XI the estate of JOSEPH F. WALLACE,
deceased, are hereby notified to
present same, duly proved according to
law, and all persons indebted to said
estate, are required to make prompt
payment t<> the undersigned.
SAMUEL M. McNEEL,
Executor of Joseph F. Wallace, Dec'd.
r Vorkville, S. P., July 27. 1910.
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MONEY TO LOAN.
r /"V N First Mortgage of improved
s v/ country and city property. Terms
" reasonable and loans repayable In
" easy installments.
W. W. LEWIS. Attorney,
3 Yorkville, S. C.
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' Some Men In]
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,j Some get riches by plungit
r but the large majority get u
v reliable methods of IN 1)1
l' These methods, properly ap|
y financial Interest, will land
the ladder every time.
ntuiti ncpMiint witli 11
Compounded Quarterly, ami
ways ready when wanted.
^ Start with $l.oo and ad
n how surprisingly fast it will
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The National
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e ABSOLUTE
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I.' Rock Hill, it
W. J. KODDKY, I'res,
r 4- 4* 4- '4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4- 4~ i
SON'S tl
of Coat Suits *;;
AY. t;
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COAT SUITS AND DRESSES.
JAY AT $1.00 EACH.
$7.50 COAT SUITS, ON SALE AT v
LINEEN ^ I.
Ide Striped Lineen at 12 1-2 CTS. "
s Suits and Pants at 25 CTTS Yard. ol
?1 <-ninll?\' nf ?(l lllld !>.% (TS. llie
-fast colors?at 12 1-2 Cts. Yard. 1 hi
> CTS. Yard. * 4<
on Sale at 5 CTS. the Yard. ? di
V SWISS
at S CTS. the Yard. jl lr
tain Swiss, at 10, 12 1-2 and 15 *
i. on Sale at 98 CTS. the Holt. 4* h(
at 10 and 25 CTS. Each. * V)
5 CTS. Each. ; ('
e Hose, at 25 CTS. the Pair. sfc R
sc. at 10. 15 and 25 CTS. the Pair. 325
CTS. the Pair. "
i. at 25 CTS. the Pair. ?]
TTS the Pair. P1
rS. the Pair.
ih Xote Paper for 25 CTS.
or 25 CTS. ?
'or % Cakes. > ?
CTS. Box. V ?
0 CTS. Hox. y u
TS. Package. 01
TTS. Box. ? "
e, 10 CTS. Box.
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ERY. r
[ats, worth $ 1..r?rt to $3.50, on sale p,
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ts, worth from $2.50 to $4.00, on ???
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allor Hats, at 98 CTS. Each. ???
Sailor Hats, at 18 CTS. Each. p
25 and 50 CTS. Each. ^ i
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YOU (JET THE BEST, AT ^ m
BSON CO. l\
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Provide for the Morrow p(
By SAVING Today *
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You do not have to be "hard fisted,"
grinding yourself and family to the 7(
"last ditch," in order to have big money V
or large property holdings. Get all the
innocent pleasures you can as you go m
along; but be thrifty, careful of your al
expenditures and watchful of your rc
business, keeping your expenditures a pi
little less than your income. si
Then deposit all the money you have ol
left over in our Bank. In the Sav- $1
ings Department, it will bring you four
per cent interest, or on a Certificate of 'a
Doposit for three months or longer.
You have a cordial invitation to call ^
and go over the matter with us at any
time. g
The First National Bank,
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YORKVILLE, S. C. 3<
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PRICES OF ADMISSION: 7 ol
Z 2
Children from 4 to 10 Years, * j*
to 5 Cents; All Others, 10 Cents. * *
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* T-K<* TH J;
Thermos Bottles a
ei
Kvery home ought to have at least
one of these Wonderful bottles. They
are marvels of convenience. If you (
want to keep inilk, water or other li- ^
quid Ice Cold, put in a Thermos Bot- jfl
tie and it will stay cold for hours. If ^
you want to keep those liquids nearly
boiling hot, put in a Thermos Bottle
and the liquid will stay Hot for hours.
See us for further information and
prices. ?
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Autmnohilists should see us for Au- 0(
tomohile Dust Coats and all other Auto
Supplies. A
And don't forget that we sell Chal- tc
mers-Detroit and Maxwell Cars. t
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RIDDLE AUTO COMPANY.
F. C. RIDDLE, PROPRIETOR. tc
SOMETHING [
STRANGE i
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The reeent fires eaused by lightning ^
have cost the Farmers' Mutual Fire In ^
surance Company only $250.00, notwithstanding
that there is over $XOO,000.00
insurance in force. p
The Live Stock Company's losses
amounted to $825.00. OI
See us for Insurance.
D. E. BONEY. ,r
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P<
P in the world by the old
fSTKY, SAVIXC, PUSH.
died to your business and hi
you safely on the top of s(
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s. We pay Four Per Cent 13
will have your money al<1
to it regularly; and see
grow.
Union Bank, ?
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I It A It. DUN LAP, Cashier. y<
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ANNOUNCEMENTS.
IOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
JAMES E. GETTYS of York township,
is hereby announced as a
undulate for the HOUSE OK REPRESENTATIVES.
subject to the choice
f the Democratic voters in the prilary
election.
11 HE friends of Dr. J. II. SAYE of
. Sharon, recognizing his ability and
alue to York county, hereby present
is name as a candidate for the HOUSE
>F REPRESENTATIVES from York
aunty.
J. C. WILBORN
REAL ESTATE
1ST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME
F YOU WANT TO SELL?
I want to buy or rent a cheap Horse
r Mule.
? FOR SALE ?
171 Acres?J. J. Scoggins mill and
iime, 1 dwelling, 8-rooms, 2 stories;
) acres very line bottom land?proLice
corn every year; 30 acres barbed
ire; also 30 acres hog wire pasture;
) acres under cultivation; 25 acres
i forest timber. A new barn. 40x00;
auhle crib. One-third Cash.
(1) Parks Parish place 91 acres; 1
ause, 4 rooms; 50 acres under cultiition,
40 acres in timber, orchard.
!) 128J acres at New Zion, Joins J.
. Faires and others; 1 house, 5 rooms;
i acres under cultivation; 90 acres In
mber; 3 miles of Smyrna, good barn,
Jtbuildlngs. $2,100 for Parish Dixon
lace, 1st. $21.00 per acre for place
>hn Dixon now lives on 2nd. John
, Smith.
Engine, Boiler and Sawmill?25arse
power Engine, 30-horse power
oiler and 50-inch Saw?best make,
iddell & Co., Engine and Boiler. The
ltflt originally cost $950, now in good
indition, near Fort Mill. Offer
anted.
51 Acres?Mrs. R. R. Plaxico; oneilf
mile of Sharon, on Southern
wy.; 40 acres under cultivation,
rice $2,200 for quick sale.
56 Acres?Rachel Burns place, oneilf
in fine forest timber; is now the
roperty of Goforth; joins R. N. McElee.
One lot in Yorkville on College St.
sins Broadus Love.
285 Acres?Joins Wm. Biggers. Meek
aulkner, Jim McGill; 5-horse farm;
house, 6-rooms, 75 acres under culvation;
185 acres in timber. Some
lw timber; near to Enon church; 2J
dies Smyrna; 4 tenant houses, 35
?res of bottom land. Price $15.00 per
sre.
61 Acres?Joins Dave Clark, Cal
lark and Carson lands; 1 story, 4?om
house, new; 45 acres under cultiation.
2 acres in timber, young ormrd,
3 miles from Filbert. All buildigs
are new. Price $40 per acre.
rw Acres?J. iU. Lowry lands?tne
nest in York county. Level and rich,
ee this farm.
144 Acres?At C. C. Hughes store;
houses; good, level land. Price $25.00
sr acre.
275 Acres?Joins J. E. Lowry. Price
15.00 per acre.
Miss Ida de Loach residence? $7,000. I
Miss Dolly Miller residence?a bar
in.
150 Acres?75 acres in cultivation;
> acres in timber; 3 miles Sharon,
ery cheap.
50 Acres?Joins A. J. Boheler, Westoreland
and Ed Whitesides corners
: London siding; 1 house, 1 story, 3>oms,
20 acres under cultivation,
enty of firewood; orchard, good
>ring, J mile of Canaan church, 1 mile
' Smyrna station, good barn. Price
16.00 per acre.
72 Acres?Beautiful 6-room cottage,
nd level, very productive; new barn,
new 4-room tenant house, dressed .
eather-boarding at Guthriesville?
1,000.
165 Acres?Nice two-story dwelling; i
rooms; 3 piazzas, good barn; all necisary
outhouses; 3 tenant houses; one
room house; fine mineral spring; one
lie of Newport railway station and
:hool. Price $50 an acre.
98 Acres?Adjoining Forest Hill acadny;
property of Perry Ferguson. Price ,
1,600. Forty acres In cultivation, some j
' which has made over a bale to the |
:re; 58 acres on timber; plenty of (
ne saw timber.
125 Acres?One dwelling, one story |
id half, 5-rooms?Perry Ferguson ,
[cCullum place. Price $1,600. (
55 3-5 Acres?One dwelling, li sto- (
68; good well water; \ mile of Con- ,
)rd church and school; 25 acres under ,
lltivatlon; plenty of wood. Price $650.
erms to suit purchaser. Property of
r W. H. Baird.
97 Acres?And a new 6-room house,
tenant houses; new barn 30x40; two
illes Clover. Owner wishes to burger
farm. This is a great bargain,
roperty of T. J. Bradford.
House and half acre lot in Clover; 1
welling, 3 rooms, 2 piazzas, splendid
ouse, electric lights. J. Ross Parish
ome. Price $850.00.
50 Acres?Of land, situated in Cher- .
kee county; joining Mrs. Sallie Chilers
and Blanton Moore; one mile
[opewell church; one dwelling. Proprty
of F. M. Stewart. Price $1,000.
235 Acres?Three miles Ebenezer;
1 miles Wlnthrop college. Rents for
950 lbs. lint cotton; 3 miles incorporte
limits of Rock Hill. Price $30.00
Br acre. Six-horse farm open.
100 Acres?One mile Tirzah; level
:nd; 3 houses; good new barn. Price
10.00 per acre.
For Sale?A two-story, 6-room Cotige
in Yorkville?in Liberia. Price
1,100.
100 Acres?Ebenezer township; three '
dies Winthron: 6-room house: good
arn and outbuildings; rent 3,000 lbs.
>tton. Price $30 per acre.
186 Acres?In King's Mountain town* '
ilp; one 3-room dwelling; about 600,)0
feet timber. Price $10 per acre.
3951-2 Acres?Known as the Oateslllson
place; produces 8 bales of cot- '
>n; one 2-story, 7-room building: 4
tnant houses, 3 rooms each, 100 acres
i cultivation, 150 acres in timber; bailee
in second growth and pasture;
miles of Hickory Grove. Will cut ini
small tracts. Price $12.00 per acre.
217 Acres?Joins Will Campbell, Will
oungblood, William Oates, In Ebenc;r
township. Will rent for 6,000 lbs.
nt cotton. Is one of the best farms
i the county. A beautiful home,
ilnted; two story, eight-room house;
>0 acres in cultivation; a good orlard,
two miles of Tlrzah station; 5
nant houses, 3 and 4 rooms each; 2
rge barns, pasture of 40 or 50 acres.
HI! sell In two tracts, but prefer to
dl as a whole. Home of J. M. Campill.
455 Acres?Property of Jas. A. and
. Bankhead; 3 houses. Nearly 200
:res of bottom land, raises about 1,000
ishels of corn, very productive place,
rice $9.00 an acre. * (
122 Acres?8-room dwelling ;a fine \
chard; lj miles Beersheba; 2 tenant (
juses; 75 acres in cultivation, balance (
i timber: the timber is original. <
128 Acres?Home place of J. F. Car>n;
good 6-room dwelling; land level; 5
sw barn, crib, cotton house. All necs.sary
out buildings. A beautiful farm j
t Delphos.
119 3-4 Acres?Joins lands of Mrs.
L. McGill; one new 4-room house;
i acres of fresh, new ground, balance
i wood; li mile Bethany High School.
234 Acres?One 2-story, 8-room
welling; good 5-horse farm open; 80
;res In timber; 4 good tenant houses,
rooms each; good barn. Land in
Igh state cultivation. Joins J. J.
atthews; 3 miles Bethany. Price $25
Br acre.
112 3-4 Acres?Joins John F. Smith;
) acres in cultivation; 52 in timber;
dwelling, 2 tenant houses; good new
irn. Price 2,000. R. D. Wallace.
One Lot, East Jefferson, near Graded
;hool and Southern depot. f
One nice Cottage, East Jefferson,
ear Graded school. Property of Mrs.
erry?very cheap.
J. C. WILBORN. j
WANTED |
SECOND HAND BICYCLES. J
If you have an Old Bicycle Frame,
/heels, Crank. Axle or any part of an
id Bicycle lying around, there is mon- J
f in it for you, if you will bring it J
i us.
We do all kinds of wood work on '
agons and buggies. '
We keep a good stock of Bicycle
ires, Pedals, and in fact every thing
au need for a Bicycle.
Automobiles a specialty.
lexander Specialty Company
R. D. Alexander, Mgr. e
HOT WE
Saturo
New Goods Just Ai
have also gone through
Lots in Dress Goods ai
BA
DOMESTIC SPECIE
Best 10c Bleaching. Saturday and
12 l-2c Cannon Cloth,
7 l-2c Bleaching.
25c 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, sh
two to ten yards, Spe
8c yard-wide Cannon Cloth.
6 l-2c Unbleached Sheeting,
CALICOES. PERCALE!
Best 6 l-2c Calicoes, Red, Blue, Br
S|>
8 l-2c yard-wide Percale,
6c Apron Checks, S|
6 l-2c Alamance, while It lasts, i
you
12 l-2c Cheviots for Colored Shil
15c Overall Oinom, Brown and B1
Cheese Cloth, all colors,
GLOVES, BEI/TS, AND X<Y
All "Kayser Gloves," Short Silk s
the best 50c Olove mad
si
25c Silk and Chamolse Gloves,
Pat. Leather Belts, Black and Re
2
New Shipment of Barrettes and I
new d
50c Elastic Belts, all colors,
Ladles' 10c Hose, Black and Tan
Ladies' 38c Gauze Hose, Extra Sp
Visit Our Ren
Kirko:
The
GOOD
BEEF
When you want some good Beef
young and tender, come and see 0I(
Seorge, the Butcher. Phoned orderi
Slled promptly. Order a nice Stew fo:
1 inner?something that's good.
As I am about half deaf and dead
roke, I want to rent my Store Ro.im
ivith ail Fixtures needed to run Oro
?ery and Market, all Scales, Shov
Jases, Refrigerators and Market Tools
iVi11 rent it just as it stands for as ion)
is party wants. See me if you wan
:o rent.
I thought everybody was honest,
Until I ran a credit store,
But now the hums have eat me out,
I will never think so any more.
OLD GEORGE,
THE BUTCHER.
J. M. BRIAN COMPANY
The Faney Grooern
FRUIT JARS
When you are ready to do your can
ling, we have the Fruit Jars, Rubbers
?tc.
If you have never tried "Cook'i
[Tide" Coffee, you should do so; it ii
fine. We also have Victoria, Winne:
Blend, Virginia Pride, Ye Old Tabari
[nn Coffees.
All IirailQS 1)1 CIKiD Sf i uuan ira, v_>
Tarettes and Snuff.
All kinds of Glassware and Tinware
All kinds of Shoe Polish.
Lots of Choice Fresh Candies.
J. M. BRIAN COMPANY.
W anted
Quick
We want to close out quick our lini
>f Blue Ribbon Ice Cream Freezershe
best to be had?and these prices
>ught to do it: 2 qt. size at $1.75; <
it. size at $2.25; 6 qt. size at $2.75
See us quick if you want one.
We offer Hammocks at 90 Cents t<
!3.50 and every one is a bargain.
iW See us for Columbia Phonograph)
ind Records for all machines.
CARROLL FURNITURE CO.
CASH OR CREDIT.
FOR SALE
One good, gentle family Horse;
vorks well any where ami perfectly
i< hiikI.
We sell Hay Wire for baling up oal
itraw, and all kinds of bay or roughless.
Masons Fruit Jars in one and twt
ni'.ii ru nvI rii l^aiis iintl Rubbers fol
lars. Jelly Tumblers.
See 11s for Collars, Collar Pads, Brilies.
Double Wagon Lines, Breech>aiuls,
Mowing Blades, Cow Chains
tc.
When you need anything in Oro erics
or Plantation Sup|dies, it wil
>e to votir interest to come to see us.
BUIuDING MATERIAL
We carry a full line of Building Mat-rial,
Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Cellng.
Nails, Hardware. Shingles. Vallcx
rin, Iron Roofing. When you think m
niilding a house, think of and conn
o see the
YORK SUPPLY CO.
iMf The Enquirer office sells Rebuil
rypewritcrs of all kinds at a saving o
ine-fourth to half. Rebuilt Machine!
hat are equal to New Machines ir
very respect.
1ATHER SI
for
lay and M
rived?placed on sale Satur<3
many departments and found
nd placed them on our RE
RGAIN PRIC
LLS.
Monday, Ladles One8
Cts. Yanl. Cheap at Orlglna
ft Cts, ^anl. liadles' Cott<
5 Cts. ^ anl. a|l
ort lengths, ^
? * ?? Cts. ^ard. |o fpom to
5 Cts. Yanl.
5 Cts. Yanl. AI L MILLIN1
, FTC OXFORDS AM
ALB
own. Light.
octal, 5 Cts. Yanl. Children's Soft ?
5 Cts Yanl Children's All Le
>eoial, I Cts. Yanl. Ladles' $1.50 Blu
is much as
want. 5 Cts. Yanl. Ladles' $1.33 Pal
rts, Special,
? Cts. Yard Higher Priced C
ue. Special, Me".'8 ^oes
12 1-2 Cts. Yanl. Men 8 MOO Oxf<
4 Cts. Yanl.
HONS, FTC. CL
ind Chan.oiso, We Ape r,os,n?
e, all colors. Men's J1 50 Pan
-vial. 38 Ctt. Pair. 12.00 Pan"
19 Cts. Pair. Men's $2.50 Pan
d, Higher I*rlc
5 Ct-s. and 48 Cts. Boy's $1.50 and
lair Combs, _ . .... ,
leslgns, 10 Cts. Up. v?y/u- iif aa ?
Z ^ Youth s $5.00 ar
Special, 38 Cts. Men's $6.50 Sui
5 Cts. Pair. Men's $8.50 Suit
eclal, 28 Cts. Pair. Men's $12.50 an
I
inant Counter?It
atrick-Bell
; One Price Cash Si
Why,
' Certainly?
You ought to have a flrst?
class HAMMOCK swung on your porch
at home. They are wonderfully comfortable?always
a good place to rest
?to sleep in?to lie in and read. We
' are showing a big line of splendid
" values in HAMMOCKS and can please
i you in quality and price if you will
* look over our line. Come TODAY.
1 ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
It is getting late in the season, but
a good FREEZER Is always a desirable
thing to have In your home. We
have all sizes and will quote you prices
that will Induce you to buy if you are
at all in the notion of wanting an ICE
CREAM FREEZER.
Yorkville Hardware Co.
FLOUR
Is not as high or as low as It has
been at different times, but is standing
fairly steady Just now. Come and see
us for the next sack you need. We will
give you the benefit of the best price
obtainable, and will sell you Flour that
Is tip top in quality.
Phone us your orders for Purina
i. Feeds for Horses, Mules, Cows and
Poultry.
9
r Farmers' Wholesale Grocery,
J. M. FERGUSON. Prop.
, Don't buy Chewing Tobacca until
you get our prices.
SERVICE*
WILL TELL "
The extent of a Bank's success is
determined largely by the character of
its service.
The success of This BANK has been
unprecedented, because it has lost no
opportunity to make its depositors
realize the advantages of Banking here,
u If high class Banking service appeals
1 to you, call and talk the matter over
3 with us at your earliest convenience.
?
; The Loan and Savings Bank
s YORKVILLE. S. C.
IW" Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent.
Big Clothii
WE WOULD UK PLEASED '
MEN'S READY-TO-WEAR CLO'
GREAT BARGAINS WE ARE OF
DER TO CLOSE OUT OUR STOf
CAN SATISFY YOU IN QUA LIT
AS TO THE PRICE. YOU WILL
VISIT IS WORTH YOUR WHILE
Men's $15 Serge Suits Are Now
, 31 CH S 91? >" l uiuni* nuiKi
1IATS. MKM
We are showing a splendid Hi
styles and can please you with a
style ami price. Prices from i>8 C
in passing that the IIOWAltl) Is tl
less of name and reputation.
1 WHITE HOODS In Small Cheo
; Yard Upward.
LONSDALE ( AMIUilC?No.
12 1-2 CTS. the Yard.
APRON GINGIIAMS?Hood Quali
CALICOES?Light Colors?("IN.
WE Can and WILL Save Yc
Hills If YOU Will (ilve CS a Cliane*
&- GROCERIES?20 Lbs. RICI
COFFEE for $1.00. \nd There .1
J. 0- WRAY,
FECIALS1
r f_
unuuy.
lay at Special Prices. We
I Short Lengths and Odd
MNANT COUNTER at
2ES.
HALF PRICE.
Piece Lingerie and Linen Dresses,
I Price.
>n and Linen Suits, Variety Colors,
y Cotton and Silk Parasols, dozens
match Suit.
ERY, HALF PRICE AND LESS.
[) SANDALS REDUCED BELOW
EADY LOW PRICES.
lole Oxfords 38 Cts.
ather Oxfords and Strap Sandals,
48 Cts. and Up.
le and Orey Canvas Oxfords,
Colored Heels, 75 Cts. Pair.
;ent Leather Vlcl or Tan Oxfords
or Strap Sandals, $1.13
)xfords Reduced Proportionately.
08 Ota. Up.
jrds, Patent Leather or Gun
Metal, Special, $2.98 Pair.
OTIIING REDUCED.
Out All Summer Suits and Pants.
ts, 98 Cts.
s, $1.50
ts. $1.98
wl Pants Proportionately Reduced.
$2.00 Straight Pants Suits,
Special, 98 Cts.
CKer ssuiis, 91.20 up.
id $6.00 Suits, Special, >3.48
ts, Special, >4.48
3, Special, >6.95
d $13.50 Suits. Special, >9.48
1 I'M"'
Will Pay You.
k Co.,
tore.
1 TURNIP
SEED
Now is the time to sow them.
We have a dozen varieties.
Grown by the best growers.
They are all fresh.
Will produce big crops.
Sold at the right price.
Come here for what you need.
Will mix them if you desire.
Get the seed and sow as early as
possible.
Get them at the
YORK DRUG STORE.
Glassware
We are now showing a very large
|
line of elegant Pressed Glassware In
Ice Tea Tumblers, Goblets and Saucers.
Pitchers, etc. The line includes
the latest In styles and In a variety
of sizes and at most attractive prices.
Won't you let us show you?
T. W. SPECK, The Jeweler.
Wesson's
COOKING OIL
Has been advertised frequently, but
have you ever tried It? It Is absolutely
pure and tasteless, and far superior
to Lard, although cheaper. I have It
In stock, and for that matter have
handled It for several years, both loose
and in bulk, at 15 cents a pound, and
a still higher grade In quart cans at 35
cents. It can be used for cooking as
well as salads, etc.
Helnz's Pickles, Beans. Ketchups,
etc., are considered, and rightly so, at
the head of this class of goods, but a
little higher than ordinary. You will
find them here.
LOUIS ROTH.
ig Values! I
TO HAVE EVERY BUYER OF 9
ITIES COME AND SEE THE
FERING IN CLOTHING IN OR
'K. WE ARE SURE THAT WE
Y IF WE CAN FIT YOU. AND
NEVER HAVE ANY KICK. A
uricnni ui 9n.in 11 nun. ?
Are Now Offered at $7.18 a Suit. fl
'S HATS. HATS. fl
le of MEN'S HATS in the latest fl
sky-piece in quality as well as In H
'TS. 1'pward. Just let us tell you fl
le equal of any hat made, regard- fl
ks and Figures from 8 1-3 OTS. a fl
1 Quality?36 Inches Wide?At fl
ty?5 OTS. a Yard. fl
a Yard. fl
>u Money On YOUR I>ry (Joods fl
[?. We'll lie Pleased to Show You. IE
>: for $1.00. 7 Lbs. ROASTED fl
ire Others. fl
, The Leader. I x

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