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love of Zion, so characteristic of the
Jews of the east, with the freedom of action and the economic prosperity which are found among the Jews of the west. Not only does the liberty embodied in the American constitution guarantee full and unrestricted scope for our activities but the ideal of liberty, as conceived by the American people, with its administration of self help and self assertion, will also secure for us the warm applause of our Christian fellow citizens to whom Zion is nc less a word full of hope and meaning." CROPS IN BULLOCK'S CREEK. JorreapoDdencc of the Yorkrille Enquirer. Bullock's Creek, July 5.?A splendid rain visited this section Tuesday afternoon at about 7.30 o'clock. The best rain that Bullock's Creek has had in over two months. In fact since crops were planted. Vegetation is considerably revived and farmers do not look so gloomy. Cotton is fairly good where there is a stand, but corn is poor. Gardens are almost a failure. Dr. ano Mrs. vv. ?. mi-aiuuaj no.?^ returned from a week's visit to Fort Mill. AT THE CHURCHES. METHODIST. Rev. J. F. Anderson, Pastor. Sunday Services.?Sunday school at 10 a. m. at Yorkville. Preaching at Clover at 11 a. m., St. Paul at 3 p. m. and Yorkville at 8.30 p. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. E. E. Gillespie, Pastor. Sunday Services?Sunday school at 10 a. m. No other service. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. Rev. T. Tracy" Walsh, Rector. Sunday Services?Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. No other service. ASSOCIATE REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. J. L. Oates, Pastor. Sabbath Services?Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Evening service at 8.15 o'clock. BAPTIST. Rev. F. M. Satterwhlte, Pastor. Sunday Services?Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Evening service at 8.30 o'clock. Special Botices. At Bowling Green. There will be preaching at Bowling Green next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. It Preaching at Hebron. Rev. J. L. Oatea will preach at Hebron on Sabbath afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. Children's Day In our Sunday school next Sunday at Bethesda church. Come with an offering. S. H. Love, Supt. To the Public. Spartanburg. S. C., July 5, 1911. We regret the necessity of correcting statements being circulated by one J. F. McFarland of Asheville, N. C., In his attempt to prevent parties booking for our Niagara Falls-Canadian tour of July 31st. Mr. McFarland Itates the reason he did not select the C., C. & O. Ry. this year to handle his Niagara party was due to poor sen-ice given last summer. We have on file letters from Mr. McFarland asking for the privilege of handling his excursion via the C., C. & O. Ry. this summer, and complimentins: us on the sen-ice given last year. We refused to allow him this privilege on account of his failure to carry out his promises to the public last summer as advertised. Two principal features which he failed to carry out were: First, he did not remain with his party on the return trip further than Detroit, nor did he provide Pullman equipment for their use between Detroit and Cincinnati, making It neoessan for his passengers to use ordinary day coaches, while others chartered a Pullman, paying for it themselves, from Detroit to Spartanburg. On arrival at Cincinnati, the Pullman company refused to provide sleepers from there to Spartanburg until the C., C. &. O. guaranteed charges, which we did. although it was not incumbent upon us to do so. Second: He declined in the majority of cases to make any refunds on unused coupons for the various features of the tour. The above statements are facts, and names of parties having gone on his excursion last year can be furnished ?<? anViotnnt in i#> same. These are some of the reasons why we declined to have any further connection with Mr. McFarland, or his excursions. We further wish to correct statements which he is circulating to the effect that the C., C. & O. Rv. will use immigrant tourist sleepers on their excursion of July 31st. We wish to advise the public that we have arranged with the Pullman company to furnish Modern Standard Pullmans with Drawing Rooms, which will be handled through between Spartanburg and Niagara Falls without change. This, together with our dining cars, and the fact that the C., C. &. O. is responsible and guarantees every feature advertised, should give confidence to the public, and we are sure those desiring to visit Niagara Falls will not hesitate in selecting the "Clinchfleld Route" as the most desirable in every respect, as absolute comfort is assured. A committee from the C.. C. & O.. L. & N. and C., C. C. &. St. L. (Big Four Route), have visited Cincinnati, Cleveland, Niagara Falls and Toronto, Canada, and made arrangements with desirable hotels and cafes for the comfortable handling of our party. Such representatives are thoroughly familiar with all the resorts mentioned, and will take pleasure in acting as guides to see that everyone has a good time and all points of interest visited. Yours very truly, Theodore Dehon, Jr., Div. Pass. Agent, C.. C. &. O. Ry. 54 f.t 2t OBITUARY. Difp?At Smyrna on July 4, Mrs. MARTHA CASTLES, widow of Rev. J. R. Castles, formerly pastor of Smyrna church. She was in the 88th year of her age. The interment took place at Smyrna on Wednesday, after services by Rev. G. L. Kerr. At her home near Delphos on June 25. 1911, Miss JANE E. TEMPLETON, aged 53 years, 8 months and 1 day. The interment was at Delphos, after funeral services by Rev. J. J. Harrell. Near Clover, on June 19, VERNON EDWARD, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cobb, aged 1 year, 3 months and 15 days. The interment was at Clover after funeral services by Rev. W. E. Lowe. We have been selling Bread a little more than 3 weeks. By the time you read this "ad'*, we will have sold 1.000 loaves. All the ladies are profuse in their praises of our excellent bread. Said a gentleman to us recently: "I'm unwilling for my wife to bake bread over a hot fire with the thermometer in the OO's, when I can buy such excellent bread. We've been selling a lot of Wheat Sacks lately, and we're willing to sell a lot more. Important! We have a big lot of Mason's Fruit Jars, and Jar Tops and Jar Rubbers. We know that the ladies will endeavor to put up every apple, peach, blackberry, etc., to be found. We keep a good line of fresh Groceries. And we keep nice Canned Goods. And we keep the prettiest and sweetest Candies. Ladies, listen! We keep Spices, and Pepper, and Flavoring Extracts. Nutmeg, and Cloves. Old Dutch Cleanser, Bon-Ami. and all kinds of Soap and Washing Powders Lots of Sugar. Coffee and Tea. And Smoothing Irons, and Sifters, and Dishes, and Glassware. HERNDON & GORDON. iW High Grade Carbon Paper, 8J x!4 Inches. $1.50 box. 100 sheets, at Tlio Enquirer Office. FOR SALE ONE share of Yorkville Creamery stock at SO cents on the dollar. It \ H. J. CONNER. J.L. WILLIAMS & CO. [ ? j c July Clearance * Sale J LAWNS worth up to 10c Yd., to clean-up, at 5 CTS. Yard. GINGHAMS wortn up to lue yard, to clean-up, at 5 CTS. Yard. LACES worth up to 10c?seconds?at 2 CTS. Yard. Men's $5.00 PANTS, at $2.98. Men's $1.50 PANTS, at 89 CTS. Boys' SUITS, at ONE-THIRD and ONE-HALF OFF. Lots of Odds and Ends will be sold Regardless of COST. T THE HOME OF $15.00 MADETO-ORDER SUITS. J. L. WILLIAMS & CO. i I HAMMOCKS D We are showing: an especially good line of Hammocks In prices ranging from $1.00 TO $5.00 EACH. 8 You ought to have a good one for your lawn or your porch. A Ham- J' mock makes an ideal resting place and " io .In,.,.. Q nap. Let us show you our Hammocks. a We also have Hammock Hooks. See us for anything needed in Hard- 11 ware. t| Yorkville Hardware Co. 11 W You are measured by the Stationery you send out. Use The Enquirer kind. ask mm In considering the selection own or your Company's funds, 1 you ask than the reputation of rupted business? What security resources shown by The NATIONAL i And what better service couh claimed for this bank by any or The Officers of this instituti cate with those desiring to open their banking relations. The National ABSOLUTE] Rock Hill, W. J. Roddey, Pres. I FANCY < GROCERIES 1 SUMMER CHEESE?On Ice. Try a tl pound or two. You'll be much & pleased with It. h a SWEET POTATOES?In cans. Ever a try them? You'll find they are de- g licious. Try a can or two. c< CHICKEN FEED? R e,1 Let me have your orders for Chick- " en Feed. I have both the Coarse and 0 Fine Feed and will make prompt de- j liveries on phone orders. jr I W. E. Ferguson ( 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* b b b 4* *il t LOW MID-SUM * AT J. Q. 1 ^ If you would spend your moi good values we have to offer y< We have the goods, the qualiti -if now offered the values are exti . with us?See and compare ou Prices will satisfy the most exai SPECIALS IN IV Men's TWO-PIECE SUITS that wer ? Men's TWO-PIECE SUITS that wer f SUMMER UNI Men's Summer UN'DERVESTS fron Ladies UN'DERVESTS Ladies' BLEACHED UNDER WEAF <4? Children's BLEACHF DRESS GOODS, DC All DRESS GOODS that were 50c > ' CTS. a Yartl. All 10c and 15c FIGURED LAWNS ^ WHITE LAWNS, Regular 15c quali <4. APRON CHECKS and GINGHAMS Yard. J, EXTRA HEAVY SHEETING?NOV ^ LADIES' TRIN Big lot of TRIMMED HATS for eg* All $1.25 HATS?Now 89 CTS. Eaol All $1.50 HATS?Now 98 CTS. All )2.WU l.> AUIV 9I.'tB All $3.00 HATS?Now 82.! fit Indies' SAILORS?25 CTS. Facli i ^ Air Float Talcum Powder?5 ^ MEN'S S . Men's $1.00 SHIRTS?Now 80 CTS ??? Men's 75c SHIRTS?N<>u 48 C Men's 50c SHIRTS?Now Bovs' 50c SHIRTS?\? ' Boys' 25c SHIRT. SHOES AT RED! NOW IS A (iUOD TIME TO E ^4. THE BEST PLACE TO BlTY. Not - All Men's $5.00 LOW SHOES?Now <4- All Men's $3.50 LOW SHOES All Men's $3.00 LOW All Ladies' LOW SHOES. $3.50 qua All Indies' $2.50 LOW SHOES a All Indies' $! 75 LOW SH All Misse. $1.98 LOU ? All Misses' $1.50 LOW SHOES?Xoi All Misses' $1.25 LOW SHOES. All Children's 85c LOW SHOES -X All Children's $1.00 LOW SHO 4* If You Want to Make Your 1 and See Our Goods. We'll Be 1 J J. Q. WRAY, ? -1- i f t -I } -i } -i -} -i Ihe (Cotton IRarhrl. Yorkville, July 7.?Cotton 15.25. New York, July 6.?The market clos d steady, 2 points up on July, and 18 o 27 points down on the rest of the 1 ist, comnared with yesterday's close, j uly 14.98; Aug. 14.02; Sept. 13.28; )ct. 13.02; Dec. 13.08; Jan. 13.05; larch 13.20. 7 IS ONLY THE FOOL i i That rails at fate. The wise man knows that he is the carver of his J own destiny, and If dame fortune ' does not come his way he saves his earnings and. catches her at j any rate. Invest a dollar in our t Savins Department, add to it weekly or monthly and find yourself close upon her way. lank of Hickory Grove ' OCTORS WRITE PRESCRIPTIONS, THAT'S THEIR BUSINESS. WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS, THAT'S OUR BUSINESS. There is something about your Phyinion'o Dr^oorlnHAno thnt'fl dlffprpnt rom most anything else in writing, t means more to you than wealth? : means Health. You want it filled uiekly, delivered promptly, and above 11 you want the best ingredients calld for. We make a Specialty of Prescrlplons?Try US. We promise to fill your Prescrlplons accurately and use the Purest ngredients. Clover Drug Store, R. L. WYLIE, Prop., CLOVER, - 8. C. )ELF this n of a depository for your ivhat better protection could a bank for years of unintercould you desire beyond the i f < UNION BANK? i :1 you wish for than can be all of its Depositors, on will be glad to cotnmuni- j i a new account or to extend Union Bank, LY SAFE ( - - s. c. ra B. Dunlap, Cashier. Columbia j Ponographs ; Are everywhere acknowledged to be * le best of all Talking Machines. They re certainly the most popular. We ave them in a variety of styles and t Prices to suit all pocketbooks. Come nd see us about a Columbia Phonoraph?you may as well have the best. RECORDS?We always carry a very omplete line of Cylinder and Disc lecords and these Include the new- ' st and best there is in Songs, Instru- , lental Music, etc. SPECIAL?A job lot of Edison Recrds at a Closing Out Price. 1ST See us about that Gasoline Pumplg Outfit that you need. jarroll Furniture Co. t? c-2fc j MER PRICES ; WRAY'S * i & ; ney wisely, come and see the ^ du in everything in our line. J es and at the reduced prices q aordinary. Come and shop ^ i r goods?the Qualities and cting. Come TODAY. m lEN'S SUITS e $10.00?To Close Out at $5.98. 4* 1 e $12.50?To Close Out at Sfi.98. DERWEAR i 2.5 CTS. Upward. . Extra Quality, 10 CTS. Each. *2^ I. 88 CTS. and Upward. ~ :n DRAWERS?9 CTS. a Pair. ^ 1MESTICS, ETC. & c 'art!?To Close Out Quick at 28 ^ J ?(i? at 7 ITS. a Yard. > ty?Now (ioing at 9 CTS. Yard. * ?Regular 6c quality?5 CTS. a ^ * V 7 (TS. a Yard. ^ v [MED HATS * ?r Indies, to CLOSE OUT QUICK. Ii. t , t Each. c 25 Each. ? tnd Upward. See Them. 1 CTS. a Box and Up. ^ j HIRTS ^ , Each. . TS. Each. 28 CTS. Each. j itw 28 CTS. Each. ??? J I?Xow 19 CTS. Each. JCED PRICES tUY LOW SHOES? WRAYS IS e Our Prices: v i $2.98 a Pair. ? ??Xow $2.98 a Pair. SHOES?Xow $2.29 a Pair. ? lity?Xow $2.89 a Pair. . ?Xow $1.98 a Pair. ? OES?Xow $1.29 a Pair. ' J SHOES?Xow $1.29 a Pair. , x $1.1(1 a Pair. -Xow 98 CTS. a Pair. t ow 58 CTS. a Pair. ' ES?Xow 75 CTS. a Pair. T* t Money Do Double Duty Call ' Pleased to Show You. r The Leader : *? T T *T T *f T T *f TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS ALL persons indebted to the estat of H. C. GLENN, deceased, ar hereby notified to make payment t John R. Hart, Esq., my attorney, o myself at once, and persons havin; claims against said estate should pre sent them to Mr. Hart or myself with in the time prescribed by law. MARIE CARROLL GLENN, Executrix Estate of H. C. Glenn. 54 f 3t AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES See us for best grade of Gasolim for Automobiles and Farm Engines ii >0 gallon iron tanks. Right Price. See us for your Automobile Sup slies. We keep everything in neces dtles and conveniences. See us for OILS?We have Packard Oil, Wolf; Head Oil, Motorol, Autolene, Polarim ind Speedway Grease, Tires and Inner Tubes, Filtered Texaco Gasoline. Presto Gas Tanks?Will sell yoi lew Tanks or exchange new fillet Tanks for empties. RIDDLE AUTO COMPANY. F. C. RIDDLE, Proprietor. J. M. BRIAN COMPANY The Fancy Orooera Fresh Arrivals LEMONS AND BANANAS, CANDY AND CAKES, SWIFTS' PREMIUM HAMS, BONELESS HAMS. PICNIC HAMS. ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS, PIEDMONT ALE. JELLIES AND PRESERVES, APPLE BUTTER, COOKING OIL, SWEET PICKLES, SOUR PICKLES. MACKE5REL, HERRING AND WHITE FISH, SNUFFS AND CIGARS. T. M. BRIAN COMPANY. Everything For the Toilet By this, we mean everything yot teed from the standpoint of beauty rood health, cleanliness and comfor luring this hot weather. Every toile irttcle and preparation we handle am iwers every one of these requirements Whether you want Toilet Water PUce Powder, Cold Cream, Tootl Powders or Paste, Sachet Powders Perfumery, Soaps, Sponges, Brushes Shower Baths or anything in this line 'ou will find we have exactly whai ou want, the way you want it. Star Drug Store Of Interest To YOU Look over this list and tell me wha ,'ou need. Toilet Cream, Violet ant Wenncn'a Tnlonm Powder Toilet Soan favoring of all kinds; Mentholatum Sarsaparilla, Liver Medicine, Lax fos Liniment?all kinds; Vaseline, Tootl Picks, Oil, Turpentine, ' Paregoric kick's Pneumonia Salve, Corn Salve Quinine, Fruit Jar Rubbers, extrt rops, Jelly Tumblers, Bowls ant Pitchers, Glassware of all kinds, Pen Pencils, Ink, Tablets, Linen Box Paper lust call for what you want, I have it M. A. McFARLAND, Yorkville, No. 4, Yorkville, S. C. Phone No. 171 21-2. M. L. Carroll. C. W. Carroll CARROLL BROS. SHINGLES We have just received a carload oi [Jeart and Sap Shingles, that are righi >oth as to price and quality. Before you buy a Farm Implement iee us. We have what you want?w? vlll probably save you money. We have a good stock of Weeders or lands and would like to have youi irder for one. Walking and Riding Cultivators Drag and Disc Harrows, and almosi werything needed on the farm ir mplements and Supplies. Try a sack of GALLIGO Flour. II s the kind that makes the cook smile ?he first sack will convince you of its luality and you'll be back for the next >ne. Try GALLIGO. A m. M. % M. W M.J I# 11 ^ ? ' FLY SCREENS THAT FIT If you are going to have Fly Screens m your doors and windows don't you hink that It will be wise to have Screen Windows and Doors made foi 'our windows and doors, so that they viII just exactly fit? A fiy can come hrough very small cracks and unless our screens fit you might just as veil not have them. OUR FLY SCREENS FIT. Let us measure your Doors and Winlows and make your Screens. They'l it, and they'll last longer than the ither kind and the cost is nearly as imall. Phone us to measure youi iVindows and Doors. f. J. KELLER & COMPANY \ TOP DRESSER To fill the demand, I have ordered ind just received a Top Dresser for s ate application to the soil. The analysis is 4?7J?2j. It it \mmoniated with Nitrate of Soda ant ecomniended to give better satisfacion than Nitrate, because it contains til three elements of plant food. Ant t is a good deal cheaper than Nitrate rhose wanting any, will do well to gel t as soon as possible, as I may rut ibort. LOUIS ROTH. I LIFE Insurance is more important than Fire. The Farmers' Mutual Life Insurance Co. furnishes Insurance at actual cost. D. E. BONEY. Yorkvllle. I ? ROAD MEETING POSTPONED i Office of the County Board of Commissioners of York County. Yorkville, S. C., June 30. 1911. THE hearing called to be held in the office of the County Board of Comg missioners on July 19, on the subject of the proposed route of the North and South Road, is hereby postponed until further notice, because of a determination on the part of the board, to have prepared for use at said hearing profiles of each of the two routes In 1 i question. 1 THOS. W. BOYD, Supervisor. 52 f 2t W New type, good stock and know- ' ing how, is what makes The Enquirer's job printing satisfy its users. .SATIJ H UNDREDS 01 visited oar stort YORKVILLE. They are tellini a m/TDTfcrn S11S f LII J IkJLiMS. YOU HAVE NEV Everything AT C and OFFER AT I season." XJ4J..L J TI*V%iC TVT'A' V^i." TQp F'^'T V TvTV " SILKS! SILKS! ALL SILKS REDUCED I 25 PER CEI^ t I WOOL DRESS GOOD | REDUCED 25 PER CENT TABLE LINENS, TOWEL AND SHEETS REDUCED 20 TO 25 PER CEJ> ; LADIES' AND CHILDREN lf I UNDERWEAR \ REDUCED 25 TO 33 1-3 PER CEh LADIES' DRESSES AND 01 SKIRTS REDUCED 25 TO 33 i-3 PER CEN t t , Hundreds of "SPJ same Courtesy wl .. KIRKP/ See Tues ITI55AFE/? I 1 Bank your money and rest j and schemers and fair weather 1 make your money their money. Make OUR Bank 9 ; LOAN AND SA' t WW Safety Boxes for Rent?! WW Typewriter Ribbons and" ; Carbons at The Enquirer Office. ] Special Sale Of GINGHAMS We are offering for the next few days PRINCESS GINGHAMS?th( kind that usually sells for 6}c pei yard?for 5 CTS. Per Yard. See ui early and get nrst cnoice in design. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notions Shoes. Hats, Heavy and Fancy Groceries, etc., is also daily Increasing Call in and let your wants be satisfied. J. M. STROUP. FOR RENT. TWO New Houses, 4 and 5 rooms each, corner of Jefferson and Church streets. Apply to 39 t.f tf J. R. KILLIAN. MONET TO LOAN. ON first Mortgage on Real Estate. Terms easy. THOS. F. McDOW, Attorney. 99 t.f tf SFIED < 7 SATISFIED CUSTOl ? Aii*inet t1%d> (iyqF Anv A ; UUflfl? lilt. Ill III UU^ VI Everybody expresses ? fAeir friends today Come yourself and bt ER SEEN SUCH QUALI' OST and LESS. We hay IIDICULOUS PRICES t< PvW TtTTrA? WW TOTw w'Ttj? TwT eatra j - /JV M/M/j For Saturday, Mo IT. SATURDAY, JULY 8TK We will sell Ladies' Fi Vests?Two to Custom SATURDAY. TULY 8TE will sell Hill's, Barker dale, Fruit-of-the Loon to Customer hb SATURDAY, JULY 8TE will sell Good 5 Cts. Ca ? Lawns?10 Yards to Ci SATURDAY, JULY 8TH will Sell Men's 50 Cts. Customer MONDAY, JULY ioTH, jT We will sell Ladies' 10 Two to Customer MONDAY, July 10th, 11. sell Mennen's, Colgate' S Talcum Powder?One 1 MONDAY, JULY 10TH, sell J. & P. Coats' Best to Customer TUESDAY, JULY 11TH We will sell Ladies' F IT. Vests?Two to Custom TUESDAY, JULY 11TH We will sell Ladies' 5c . _ Drawers?One to Cust< TUESDAY, JULY 1 iTH, Will sell Ladies' 25 Cts. One pair to Customer 10 Cts. Oval Can Talcum tomer 10 Cts. Toilet Soap?Box? B Cts. Yard-Wide Bleachi 10 Cts. Percales 12 Yard $1.25 Bolt Long C Jt. /V- ,T^ (Tx -f. tT? /T\ 4 VVvV V" VT vTVT T. wTwT * inf 4 T CM A . ItilALiS IIUl duvciuscu. lether or not you make p \TRICK-E day's Enquirer F ? BURGLARS i THE BANK Lif femipJL r^? A ?m n>^ easy. Burglars can't get it, friends won't be so apt to YOUR Bank. VINGS BANK. 52.00 and $3.00 Per Year. Rebuilt Typewriters at The Enquirer office. Guaranteed. Savings Mi j Did you ever have an O thing"?something that lookt terwards Proved to be good; r 1 Money? - A Savings Account in Ui 1 problem, Depositing a little e does not take such a long tinr for the Opportunities that ma While you are saving, You at Our Bank. We pay . terest is Compounded four tit You do not have to have either. One Dollar Will Mak Call in and talk the matt come you and welcome your . The FIRST NA | YORKVI] j PAYS 4 PER CENT COMPOUN1 _ /V ? tltTT irtVO 11 U. Ci. niAJAAHOi rrcoiucui. | fl.... ............... - ...... .... CUSTO VIERS from all parts o f the BIGGEST SALE E themselves as i that we SOLD 1 ?convinced that rY OF MERCHANDISE S< e too many SPRING and ) keep from "Carrying gc *?*? *?+? SPECIALS r? S4L?5 ; nday and Tuesday RE [, At 10.30 to 10.40 A. M.? ill Taped 10 Cts. Ribbed er 2i CTS. Each. [, 11.15 to 11.25 A. M.?We ( Mills, Androscoggin, Lons1 Bleaching?Ten Yards RE ? 6iCTS. Yard. I" [, at 2.30 to 2.40 P. M.?We ilico and White and Colored mm istomer 2i CTS. Yard. LA( [, at 3.30 to 3.40 P. M.?We Dress Shirts?One to "a 25 CTS. Each. at 10.30 to 10.40 A. M.? Cts. Vests, Full Taped? 2i CTS. Each. 15 to 11.25 A. M.?We will AL s and Air Float 25 Cts. to Customer 5 CTS. Each. 3.30 to 3.40 P. M.?We will RE Spool Cotton?6 Spools Six Spools 19 CTS. , At 10.30 to 10.40 A. M.? Hi ull Taped 10 Cts. Ribbed ler 2\ CTS. Each. ME] , At 11.15 to 11.25 A. M.? 1 Cts. Corset Covers and >mer 25 CTS. Each. RE At 3.30 to 3.40 P. M.?We Gauze and Lisle Hose? 5 CTS. Pair. H ? - - " ii i Fowder?two to uus- it] 5 CTS. Each. -Three Cakes J CTS. Box. ?E ng 5 CTS. Yard. ? 5 CTS. Yard. :ioth 89 cts. l^ALM ir-tJ4AJ4J. SVTVT u/'r*irr ^TVT wrvT WTVT WW Come every day?You urchases. IELK con or Special Annou 4 Spring Tonic Take the YORK DRUG STORE'S SARSAPARILLA. It will drive out all impurities of the blood and put your system in fine fettle for the spring and summer months. Get a bottle today and begin feeling better tomorrow. You will be pleased with its quick results. It will improve your appetite, drive away that tired feeling and make you feel better on general principles. Get it here. YORK DRUG STORE THE CLEMSON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE Enrollment Over 700?Value of Property Over a Million and a Quarter? I Ninety Teachers and Officers. Seven full four years courses. In Agriculture, Engineering, etc. Cost per session of nine months, including all fees, board, heat, light, laundry and necessary uniforms?$121.87. Students who are financially able, pay $40 tuition additional. Scholarship and Entrance Examinations. The College maintains 124 Agricultural Scholarships, and 43 Textile Scholarships, worth each $100 and free tuition. (Students who have attended Clemson College or any other College or University, are not eligible for the scholarships unless there are no other eligible applicants). Scholarship and entrance examinations will be held at the County Seats July 14th, 9 a. m. Next Session Opens September 13, 1911. Write at once to W. M. RlfiflS, President. Clemson College, S. C., for catalogue, scholarship blanks, etc. If you delay, you may be crowded out. 46. f 3t ake Capital 1 pportunity to "Get into Some- j d good, and You found out af; but did not have the ready jr Bank would have solved the :very Week or every Month, it e to have a snug Sum available y come your way. | your savings are working for : 4 Per Cent interest and the in- ' nes a year. ! a Large Sum to begin with e the Start. er over with us. We will welAccount. TIONAL BANK, LLE, S. C. 3ED FOUR TIMES A YEAR. R. C. ALLEIN, Cashier. MERS. f York County * rnn tint n nr VtK tttLU IN than pleased." IY WHAT WE . 3LD SO CHEAP. LFMMER GOODS " >ods over to next - /Tk /fv /T^ /T\ TwTuJ WVry TVTV T'JPTv LUNKS AND SUIT CASES DUCED 25 TO 33 1-3 PER CENT. ]OTTON PIECE GOODS DUCED 25 TO 50 PER CENT. CE CURTAINS, RUGS AND MATTINGS AT COST. L MEN S AND WOMEN'S I FURNISHING GOODS DUCED 25 TO 50 PER CENT. N'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS DUCED 25 TO 33 1-3 PER CENT. [ILLINERY! MILLINERY! [ALF PRICE AND LESS ? /T^A/Tk-?- ft/-r-.* sr\ WW tjTVW VTwT VTVT ^twt will receive the flPANY.. iicemen^^^^J Specials:Swift's Lard, Bacon, Hams and Breakfast Strip. Snowdrift and Snow-white Lard. Velva, Evangeline and Karo Syrups. Heinz Pickles in barrels. Chase and Sanborn Coffees and Teas. I still have 550 pounds of 20 cents Coffee. I. W. JOHNSON Sterling Silver Goods. Just now I am showing an esI pecially nice line of STERLING SILVER WARE and invite all who want goods of this kind to come and see what I have to show. You will find here better qualities, better patterns, newer styles and much lower prices than elsewhere. At least come and see Mv stock includes a lot of pieces especially suitable for wedding gifts. cut glassis always in order for wedding gifts, and i am showing a very complete assortment in all sizes from the smallest to the largest. Will be pleased to show if you will come In. T . W . SPECK, the jeweler. 89* High Grade Carbon Paper, 8} xl4 inches, $1.50 box. 100 sheets, at The Enquirer Office.