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BEATTY PAYS PENALTY.
Wife Murderer Goes to Death Without Confession. * Richmond. Va.. November 24.? Henry Clay Beattie, Jr.. was electrocuted this morning shortly after 7 o'clock. He was dead within a minute after the turning on of the current. He maintained his wonderful selfcontrol to the last and made no confession. The statement, however, has been given out as coming from him, that the truth will eventually be made known. It is asserted that the father of the executed man has a statement bearing on the case, and that it will > be published at some Vuture time. FERTILIZER NOTES. Horoafter Payment Should Be Arranged On a Different Basis. Sumter. November 22.?At a meeting last night called by the president of the South Carolina State Farmers' union to consider the fertiliser question, the following action was taken: "The Farmers' Union recommend to the farmers to matte ieruuzer payments for 1912 in three equal installments; the first to be made not earlier than December 1st, and the remaining two at Intervals of not less than thirty days." The state secretary-treasurer was instructed to send this recommendation down to the local unions, and through the press to ask that all farm. era Insist upon such terms. This with the action of the county business agents' of the union at the recent meeting in Columbia advising our people to buy no fertilizers except at substantial reduction from i prices now prevailing, and to be very conservative in their purchases, regardless of the prices that may be offered, is regarded by thoughtful men In the order and business men and bankers who* were present by invitation as being a long step toward preventing sacrifice sales of cotton that ' we so often see to meet the obligations incurred to pay for excessive fertilizer bills. E. W. Dabbs Pres. S. C. State Union. AT THE CHURCHES. BAPTIST. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., by Rev. W. J. Nelson. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. Rev* T. Tracj; Walsh, Rector. Sunday Services?Sunday school at 10 a. m. No other service. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Rev. E. E. Gillespie, Pastor. Sunday Services?Sunday school at 10 a. m." No other service. TRINITY METHODIST. Rev. J. F. Anderson, Pastor. Sunday Services?Sunday school at 10 a, m. Preaching: at Yorkville at 11 a. m..; St. Paul at 3 p. m., and at Clover at I p. m. ASSOCIATE REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. J. L. Oates. Pastor. Fahtiath Services?Sabbath school at 10 a. m. No other services. i Special Jfoticrs. Oysters At Bethany. The Ladies' Aid Society will sell Oysters In the Girls' Hall, Friday evening. December 1, beginning at 7.00 o'clock. Committee. 94 f It* Notice. There will be no preaching at Harmony next Sunday on account of sickness of the pastor; but I will preach the second Sunday in December at 3 o'clock, p. m., instead, and will preach again the fourth Sunday in December. It W. B. Arrowood. At the Baptist Church. h Rev. W. J. Nelson, pastor of the First Baptist church of Rock Hill, will conduct services at the Yorkville Baptist church on next Sunday morning., November 26. Each member is earnestly urged to be present, and the public generally is cordially invited to hear Mr. Nelson. 2t The Deacons. Excursion Rates Via Southern Ry. To Washington, D. C.?Account National Rivers and Harbors Congress. ^ Tickets will be on sale December 2nd to 6th, inclusive, limited to reach original starting point returning not later than midnight of December 19th, 1911. Atlanta, Ga.?Account Southern International Poultry Association, k Tickets on sale December 9th and 10th, limited to reach original starting point returning not later than midnight of December 19th, 1911. For Information as to rates, tickets. etc.. apply to ticket agents or address J. L. Meek. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent. Atlanta. Ga.; W. E. McGee, Div. Pass. Agent, Charleston. S. C. The Southern Railway Announces Special Train Service from Columbia to Charlotte. Account Automobile Races, Savannah, Ga. To accommodate the travel from Charlotte, Rock Hill, Chester and other points, returning from the automobile races, to be held at Savannah on Thanksgiving Day. the Southr ern railway will operate a special ^ train, leaving Columbia at 7 a. m., Friday. December 1, arriving Charlotte 10 a. m. This train will be operated in connection with train No. 24, which leaves Savannah at 12:35 midnight and arrives Columbia at 6.50 a. m. Special Pullman sleeping cars will be started from Charlotte on train No. 27. leaving at 4:35 p. m. Wednesday. November 29, arriving Columbia x:45 p. m.; leaving Columbia 12:05 midnight, arriving Savannah 5:15 a. m., Thursday, and will be handled returning from Savannah to Columbia by train No. 24 and by special train from Columbia to Charlotte, as above stated. These cars can be occupied at Savannah until 8 a. m., and ? any time after 9 p. m. returning. Very low round trip rates have been autho-ized from all points on account <>f this occasion. Apply to local agents for reservations and other information or direct lO K. n. U6I3UUS, l . jr. ^Iianuuc. X. C.. or to S. H. McLean. D. P. A.. Columbia. S. C. Whence Art Thou Myeterious "Arrow?" j A Mysterious Circular Scattered Broadcast Over the City Last Night Causes Much Excitement. A little mysterious circular was left all over the city last night, ani many people are wondering this morning what it all means. The circulars bear k the following Imprint The arrows point to Watch and see. Every piercing arrow goes straight to the bullseye for . What does it mean? It is certainly a mystery and many people seem greatly worried over I heir appearance, and think that it foretells something terrible. What is it? That's the question this morning and it has everyone guessing. What is the mission of the mysterious Piercing Arrow in Yorkville? Who put these circulars out? It was done sometime during the wee hours of the night? during the time when "ghosts walk." and this makes it all the more exciting. I'sually the editor Is the first one to get "next" to these things, but this time there is nothing doing. We received the copy for several little funny ads that we run this week, with the money to pay for them, and the only thing we learned was that we should expect further information for next week's paper, and to ask our readers to wait and see. This is ? rather hard lines. In view of getting us all worked up over some mystery, but what can we do but wait? Of course, when It is all made known, there will be a lot of wise ones?"I k told you so"?and just at this time * none of these "wise ones" can give any light on the subject. IThc (Tolton Slarhel. Torkville, Nov. 24.?Cotton, 9. cts. New York, November 23.?Cotton spot closed dull and unchanged; middling uplands, 9.45; middling gulf. 9.70: sales 100 bales. Cotton futures closed quiet, as follows: Jan- , uary, 9.06; February, 9.11; March. 9.17; April, 9.20; May, 9.25: June. 9.28; July, 9.31; August. 9.33: September, 9.34; October, 9.37; November, 9.21; December. 9.26. OBITUAHY. i Died?On Wednesday evening, November 22, WALTER ERSKINE, In fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bratton of R. F. D. No. 2, Hickory Grove, aged 14 months. The funeral service was conducted at the home on Thursday by Rev. G. L. Kerr. WHOSE HEIFER? V ELLOW Moolley. Came to my JL house Sunday. Owner can have It by paying for this advertisement and expense of feed. SAM JACKSON. J. B. Plaxco's farm. It* OIL MILL STOCK JUST after the legal sales on Monday, December 4, I will sell before the Court House Door, at Yorkville, at public auction for Cash. SIX SHARES of the capital' stock of the King's Mountain Cotton Seed Oil Company, jthe said stock belonging to the estate of W. Meek Faulkner, deceased. W. C. THOMSON. Executor. 94 f 2t GUERNSEYS WE have a few to sell, and now Is your chance to buy and start right with thoroughbred stock. Our ' herd of Guernseys is headed by Dan of Oakwood, No. 15,669, out of Golden Lad and the celebrated Ky. Beauty. Also a number of Grades for less price. Our Berkshires are full, and Registered Boar, Pinehurst Col., took 1st prize at State Fair, 1910, over all 1 and 2 year olds. We have all kinds and sizes at moderate price. We want 20 or more customers for Milk and Cream. J. MEEK BURNS. GRANITE We Have Received Notice Fr vance in the Price of Grani able for Coping The new prices go into effect , it will cost you About 25 IH*r Cent Any orders entrusted to us will vided we receive them in time to g< holidays. Even if you do not care to ha\ good business to let us order the st rial for the purpose, and we candl again be able to buy it at Our Pre Let us give you an estimate on ; Let us give you an estimate on YORKVILLE MON Sir WE CAN ALWA1 | READ ITho Cr NOVEMBER Every dollar's i chased, must be sold have you had such a goods, when all the < be sold at Less than WE WILL DRESS $1.00 Dress Goods at (}<) CE 69 Cts. Dress Goods at 35 Cts. and 40 Cts. Dr STAPLI Barker and Androscoggin E Hamilton Hickory at \ Heavy, Yard-Wide Heavy Apron Ginghams, 8 1 40 Yards Calico, in Ren SH Men's $4.00 Shoes?Good St Men's $3.50 Shoes?Goc Men's $2.50 Shoes a One Lot Men's Shoes?Odi Prices On all Women's anc portion to the Above P We cannot emphasis of MONEY. COMI McCOA rn Wonderful Arrows I Foretelling I Startling I Doings 1 GINNING DATS j AFTER this date our Ginning Days will be Tuesdays, Fridays, and on Saturdays till noon. COTTON BELT GINNING CO. Thanksgiving.... To make your dinner on that day perfect, get such OYSTERS as I am handling, and not be taken in bylower grades. I will be able to furnish you everything but a turkey. I have CELERY, CRANBERRI*"". MALAGm GRAPES PICKLES, ETC. Let me have your orders and you will not be disappointed. LOUIS ROTH. VINOL Just now, if you feel the need of a Tonic for your system? feel as though you would like to have something "that would build up your system, put new, rich blood in your veins, make you feel that you want to live a while longer, and put a few smiles on your .ace, let us recommend VINOL. rhis preparation has been on the market for years and Is one of the very few preparations contain Ing cod liver oil that is really palatable. In VINOL you get every possible benefit of the pure oil with none of Its nauseating effects. VINOL is as palatable as rich wine. Come and let us tell you more about VINOL YORK DRUG STORE. COPING [ ?? om the Quarries of an Ad te, Quarried in Lengths SuitJanuary 1st, and after that date Above Our Present Prices, be Filled at Present Prices, proit the granite shipped before the e the work done now, it will be :one at once. dly do not believe you will ever sent Prices. your plat in the cemetery, your plot in the cemetery. UMENT WORKS fS BE FOUND -^f I THIN eat Price 23 to DECE1 .vorth of J. L. Williams I and sold quick for ca i harvest of bargains t( Cold Winter is yet in 1 New York Cost : MENTION ( GOODS INTS Yard. 43 CENTS Yard. ess Goods at 23 CENTS Yard. I GOODS teaching at 8 1-2 CENTS Yd. 1 CENTS Yard. Sheeting at (>3-4 CENTS Yd. -3c kind, at 5 CENTS Yard, nnants, for $1.00. OES yles?$3.19 Pairid values?$2 89 Pair* $1.98 Pair. ds and Ends?Choice CTS. i Children's Shoes Cut in Proprices on Men's Shoes. te too strongly the 01 i--You will be glad th JNELL Di Successor to J. L New Goods SELF-RISING AND MOUNTAIN BUCKWHEAT (Pancakes are in season now). MAPLE SYRUP. A FRESH SHIPMENT OF CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEES. 1,800 POUNDS OF CANDY, GOING AT 10 CENTS PER POUND. J. W. JOHNSON The Best Is N Believing. as we do, that Yo ihe very best possible Drug Stori selves to give that service. We ari ready with the most modernly eq Una and while we cannot promise Have Heretofore Served Our Trad Prompt ami Satisfactory Service., been refitted for YOUR convenie our own. We want YOU to enjoy your "meeting place" for YOU ar friends will be welcome here. As to Prices: It Is Always U: You Will Find Them As Ivow As Like Qualities. I-Yesliness and Pt TOgemer wnn a I'imiiKf m i also wish to announce that from I as the SH1EDEK DRUG STOR STORE, as heretofore. Come anc SHIEDER D1 We Don't Sell Clay Pipes We do sell FRESH GROCERIES and our line Is complete?especially in the best grades of Flour, fresh Meal, nice Meat, juicy Hams and a kit of White Fish and Pigs' Feet (pickled), Irish and Sweet Potatoes, best Molasses and Syrups and Hominy and loose Roasted Coffee and Green Coffee, Sugar, Tarbell's best Cream Cheese and fresh Cakes, Dried Fruit and .Old Homestead Bread, etc., and we keep everything in Confectioneries. Look in our window for the best Apples and Oranges, and we have a lot of the nicest, freshest, sweetest Raisins. See us for some nice Lamps?cheap enough, too: plenty of Tinware, Well Buckets, Meal Sacks. Axes and Handles, good Brooms, Buggy Whips, etc. We keep about fifteen different brands of Tobaccos. See us for Spices, Extracts, and everything else you need in our line. HERNDON & GORDON. | If You Are I Hunting Bargains You can find what you want at J. Q. Wray's. We have the Goods, the Qualities and our Prices are the Lowest. Come and see for yourself. Our Prices will Convince you. J. Q. WRAY W You can save a third to half by buying a Rebuilt Typewriter. See The Enquirer Office. I????WW??? KANL Wrecki % WBER 23-Thin > & Co.'s Stock, that sh. Never before in i > select from just at thi root of us, yet lots of DNLY A FE UNDER1 TT T?1 J T T 3 mens neavy neecea unucrw Men's Union Suits?39 CE Men's Fine Shirt Children's Union S Ladies' Fleece Lined 20c HoseLadies' 15c Hose?At 1() C HOSII Ladies' 10c Hose?At J Men's Wool Half 1 MEN'S CLi Men's $18.00 Suits?At $12.4' Men's $15.00 Suits?At $<). Men's $12.00 Suits?At Men's $10.00 SuitsMen's $8.50 Su Boys' Suits Cut ONE-THIRE iW J. & P. Coats' Spool Cottc pportunity here prese at you did ... . gooi Williams & Co. J. M. BRIAN COMPANY The Fancy Grocern NEW ARRIVALS CHEESE, FRESH HAMS. VELVA SYRUP. KARO SYRUP. WESSON COOKING OIL,. HERRING AND WHITE FISH. All kinds of CANDIES. We have the largest stick of Candy In town. J. M. BRIAN COMPANY. one Too Good rkville and vicinity, is entitled to b service, we have prepared ourb now ready to serve you. We are uipped drug store in upper Caro! Bettor or Purer Drugs Than We le. We Can and Do Promise More Come and see us?this store has nee and pleasure as much as for its conveniences?Make this store id YOUR 'friends. You and your ? Your Interest to Ask Our Prices. Prices Can Be Made for Goods or irlty We Guarantee. he interior of our store room we this date this store will be koown to, instead 01 tne siAit um ?i I Bee the Modern Drug Store. IUG STORE J |555S5S I What's I I The I Mission of I The I d: LUMBER , If you need any kind of Lumber, either Dressed or Rough,* Green or Kiln-Dried, come and see us for what you need. We can supply your wants at the Right Prices. If you want Doors, Sash, Blinds, Frames, Window Weights, Locks, Hinges, Nails or other Building Supplies come and see us before you buy. If you expect to Build or Remodel | any buildings see us about the workj before maKing any comracii. J. J. KELLER & COMPANY S^* L. C. Smith No. 3, Rebuilt Typewriter*. Guaranteed perfect, $63.00. See The Enquirer. Mcrll ng Sale ty Days Only || we have just pur- II a sale of this kind II e time you need the II merchandise will II t W PRICES WEAR II rear?^9 CENTS Garment. :NTS Each. s?39 CENTS Each. /-*T-.xrrr<o T~< 1. Ults ^,5 I^E^INIO Hktcu. -At 12 CENTS Pair. JENTS Pair. ery 4 CENTS Pair. fiose?At 12 CENTS Pair. dthing ^ Suit. 98 Suit. $8.48 Suit. -At $0.98 Suit, its?At $4.98 Suit. > to ONE-HALF PRICE. >n?4 CENTS a Spool nted for SAVING * OS CO. mmmmmihi Arrows Pointing To That's The Question Pure North Carolina Buckwheat Flour You want It and of course we have It. What? Pure New Crop North Carolina Buckwheat, and this with our New Crop New Orleans Molasses will make a dish that Is?well, any way you know there's nothing that's better. Let us send you some of both Today. ' We also have Huyler's Cocoa and Huylor'a Chocolate?Always the Best. Try Bouillon Cubes?Delicious, Appetizing, Strengthening. Call on us for the best In FLOUR? we certainly have It. Ask your next door neighbor. See us for Farm Implements. Just received a car of Oliver Plows and Repairs. Get your plows hi shape. See us for Stalk Cutters, Harrows, Buggies. Wagons, etc. CARROLL BROS. Insure Your Cotton I beg to remind the farmers of this section that I am prepared to insure their cotton on their farms for any period from one to twelve monthp. On the basis of the present market price, if Insurance is carried as long; as six months, tha average cost per j bale per month figures a fraction over. 16 cents. The companies in which I j Insure cotton on farms are as strong | as the strongest, and each of them is, noted for Its square dealing. There has never been a time during my long experience In the Are insurance business when I was better prepared to fully protect the Interests of those | who entrusted their insurance to me than right now. If it does not suit you to call, you can reach me at any hour, day or night, by telephone. If you fail to get me at my office, No. 124, call my residence, No. 77, and if I am not there, Just tell my folks your| Insurance needs, and they will be at- ; lenaea 10 promptly. SAM M. GRIST, All Kindt of Good Insurance. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. | County of York. In tlie t'onrt of Common Plena. William R. Carroll, Plaintiff, against Martha Erwin, Alexander Erwln, Butler Erwin, Jr., Jones Irwin, j Frank Erwin, Sam Erwin, Robert Erwin, Fanny Erwin, Job Erwin Minnie Williams Byers, Dolly Williams, and Joseph Williams, and other Heirs-at-Law if any of Butler Erwin, Deceased, names unknown, Defendants?Summons for Relief? (Complaint Filed). To the Defendants Above Named: YOU are hereby Summoned and required to answer the Complaint In this action, which has this day been filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Cotnmon Pleas for the said County, and to serve a copy of your Answer to the said Complaint on the subscriber at his office in YorkvUle. South Carolina, within twenty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the Complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the Complaint. J. S. BRICE, PlaintifTs Attorney. Dated, October 26th, A. D., 1911. NOTICE. To the Absent Defendants. Minnie Williams Byers, Dolly Williams, Joseph Williams, and other Heirs- I at-Law, ir any, or Butler Erwin, ue- 4 ceased, names unknown: Please take notice that the Summons, of which the foregoing Is a copy, together with the Complaint In , this action, were filed In the office of ; the Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for County and State aforesaid, at Yorkvllle. S. C.. on October 27th, 1911. 3 J. S. BRICE, . Plaintiff's Attorney. J Yorkvllle, S. C.. October 27th, 1911. ; 86 f 6t | SB1' You can save a third to half by ] buying a Rebuilt Typewriter. See The f Enquirer Office. ? ] Arrows Pointing To That's The Question -A. (Tx /T. /Ti A .Yi A. A .T^ A A. yVTVTwTVTwTVTVT TVTVT' | //ig/i Class. ! This is th w| Jt> | is the beginr 1 WE URGE YOU TO LAY IN | COLD, ROUGH WEATHER ! | PARTMENT. WE MENTIOr ^ SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY + f>c Apron Ginghams, short lengl x 8 i-3c Dress Ginghams, all colo v 12.1c Dress Ginghams, short len ? 15c 32 inch Dress Ginghams & 10c Cotton Dress Serges T 8 1-3c Yd.-wide Bleaching *? (jc Bleaching?Our Special a Hill's, Fruit and Androscoggin? 7^c Outings, all colors ? Mc American Print Calicos Good Straw Ticking 5c, 7 12 Anioskeag 18c Feather Ticking $ toe Solid Color Dark Outings % 15c Blue Denim?Special S Good Naif-wool Gray Jeans $ Extra good Jeans * 65c Jefferson Pants Cloth i i2lc Yard-wide Shirt Madras V 15c Ironclad Galatea V 18c Hydegrade Galatea V 20c Ramony Mill Kimono Crep ^ 35c White Flannel?all wool t OUR PRICES CAN" | LARGEST DEPARTS | COMMON SENSE WILL TEj 4 PRICES ON MILLINERY, C< | CASES, SHOES, CLOTHING t NO 1 !? I Kirkpatr l? 2W Vour Money CHEERFU T-. ,T. t. iT- /T^ J( ^ JgiTj iTl.^ T"-. ttii^lA iT-1 itn^iA A,Ai^4 WTVTvTVTVTIi'T VTwTV1 I V WTVTVTV | ANNOUNC WOULD like to say to the go< 4 I nity that I have opened for busi | CROSS ROADS, NEAR R. ej And solicit the trade of the people as Good Goods as You Can Buy A 4 Prices. I will carry in my store a gen & including | DRY GOODS AND NOI I HARDWARE OF ALL I SHOES, GROCERIES 1 f And in fact everything to be found $ country. A I have Blue Stone for your \ I hogs. I CALL AND GIVE ME A TR A. M. M 1 R. F. D. No. 1, Yoi While Carving You Thanksgiving ! MAKIO rp VOLll .MIND TO CJ THIN (IS FOi: 1HIT COMING Yf No one can toll what the morrow has l been demonstrated in all the ages, tl > plished things are the mer. who have j .will. We can only tit< our best TODATi ! unu inis applies. noi oniy w? our mmeri ; interests hereafter. Solomon was promised wisdom gre ceded him or should come after him, ! dorn because he told us such every day in our awn experiences and with those It is plain to us and Is demonstrate* i are industrious?frugal?the possibility certain. ALONG WITH YOUR INDU8TR TOUCH WITH THIS BANK?GET IT ASSISTANCE. The FIRST NATIO ! -YORKVILLE, i "YOU HAD BETTER BE SAF O. E. WILKIN& President. m wi n an an n ?in i WE ARE SAVING OTHERS !* HONEY ON FLOUR. Why don't I fOU try us? We know we will sell I rou better Flour for less money than I rou are buying. Come and see us. I We sell SHOES that please you in I hree ways?PRICE, COMFORT and I SERVICE. We want to sell you your I #<-?* *V?o nnHrn fomllv Wfl hflVA IH 3hoes for men, women and children. We have some good home-madfe I Bow Baskets, for feeding and sowing I rrain. Wagon Breechbands and Double I Lines. Hames, Gears, in fact every- I :hing you need on a farm. BUILDING MATERIAL We carry a good assortment and a I arge stock of Building Material in I itock all the time. Shingles, Galvan- I zed and Painted Roofing, Framing, I Dressed Lumber, Doors, Mantels, I Window Sash, Blinds and Frames. I See us when you want to build or re- I pair a house. Give Us a chanoe to 8ave You mon- I >y on Flour. YORK SUPPLY COMPANY. MONEY TO LEND OX Improved Farms In York coun- I F ty, repayable in five easy, annual , 21 nstallments. Interest: Seven per :er# if loan is } 1,000 or over; eight per cent if under $1,000. No broker's commissions. C. E. SPENCER, Bo"e 78tjun29 Attorney at Law. and ' WOliver No. 5 Rebuilt Typewriters, py including tabulator and back spacer, 157.50. Guaranteed perfect. See The 1 Enquirer. Tlie Merchandise S e last Fall montl ling of our Win YOUR SUPPLY OF WINTER C SETS IN. OUR STOCK IS COMF 4 A FEW ITEMS?THERE ARE HI IT WILL PAY YOU. lis 3 i-2c Yd. I 3W I0*4 Unbleached J 1 *>1 _ I J . rs 5c Yard. 35? I0"4 oieacnea an< lis ioc Yd. 12 i-2c Yd. 5~4 Cannon Cloth?fir 7 i-2c Yd. 5c Yard. Genuine Cannon Clot) 7 i-2c Yard. Yard-wide Embroidei -io yds. . 85c 6?c Alamance?Full 5c Yard. Riverside Plaids 5c Yard. Riverside Cheviots?; 2c and ioc Yd. Hamilton Hickory?] 15c Yard. 6$c 40-in. Brown Sea 8 1-3C Yard. ,/k 36-in. Brown She< 12 i-2c Yard. 8 1-3C 36-inch Heavies 25c Yard. 12k Brown Drill 33 1-3C Yard. Bleached and Unblea< 48c Yard. 7 1 ioc Yard. 15c Cotton Shepherd 1 12 1-2C Yard. 25c Colored Cotton ^ 15c Yard. 35c Dress Plaids e ICC Yard 35c Tricot Flannels5 " ' 25c Dotted JaP?nica 1 25c Yd. $1.00 36-in. Messaline r BE EQUALED BUYING ?ENT STORES IN THE TW \CH YOU THAT WE B U Y CHE DAT SUITS, SEPARATE COATS. S r, OVERCOATS, ETC. 'ROUBLE TO SHOW OUR GOODS ick=BeIk ( LLY REFUNDED for Any Unsatisfa< /T..a ,T.A.iT^.a./r- * .-e^ * /^a/T^xifv-a./^. . rVTVTvTvTVTVTVT'A'TWT'i'T'^ ?M?JVT;! < > * > 0 4 > xl people of this commu- ) | ness at the !! AMAH CHURCH 1 > ! and promise to sell you \ | nywhere and At As Low < > if " eral line of Merchandise, !! NONS, I KINDS. | in a General Store in the 2 vheat, and Salt for your * IAL. I cGILL j rkville, S. C. * | % y-, j. J a t i y ? r > r ? r ^ r, j r. r r. j r*i'T'i"r"4"r'i'TVTVTVT'i'T*i'T,i'T'ilT !r i ' Turkey CAVE OCT BIGGER jar n store for them, but it has lat men who have accomgone at the matter with a r?We have no Tomorrow? lal Interests here, but to our I ater than any that had preand we appreciate his wis- j truths?things that we have i about us. ! d to us every day, that if we s for success are practically Y AND THRIFT, GET IN S PROTECTION AND ITS NAL BANK, S. C. E THAN SORRY." R. C. AliLEIN. Cashier. I ArrowsOmens of Good Luck ARE YOU HUNGRY? bo, come to the CITY MARKET id have your appetite satisfied some of the good Meats we have, as Western and Native Beef, , Sausage, Mutton, Cured and less Boiled Ham in any quantity, >f best quality. C. F. SHERER. * High Grade Carbon Paper, 81 inches. $1.50 box, 100 sheets, at Enquirer Office. e. ^ a ^ a |, A A1^ iti (Told Cheap ji 4 ? h-the next I; 4 > 1 tpf * * ^ O ivl JOODS BEFORE THE | LETE IN EVERY DE- | JNDREDS OF OTHERS. | CWiAAtlnor <>cc Yard. W.?vv?...6 -J- Y ;eting?Extra quality $ 30c Yard, i lished for. drawn work x 18c Yard. 2 h?Regular price 11 1-2C ? ry Cloth 8 1-3C Yd. | pieces 5c Yard. T 7 i-ac Yard. * is advertised 9c Yard. ? Best grade 11 1-2C Yd. 2 Island 5c Yard. ? ?ting 6 1-2C Yard. ? it 3 CCC?smooth 7 1-2C ? ioc Yard, $ :hed Cotton Flannel -2c, ioc and 12 1-2C Yard. X Check Worsted 12 1-2C. 2 Worsted 19c Yard. ? 25c Yard. ? -all colors 25c Yd. J Silk 18c Yard. T ?all colors 87c Yd. I for ten of the i o carolinas $ :aper. get our f I/IIJTO TDTTMVO CTTTT X rvixN. i o, i i\uii r^o, JUH i <? o I. M O ? > 0 Zomp'yjj :tory Purchase. < >