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e following are acting as Club^trs for The Enquirer: H. Allison Hickory Grove Carrie Alexander No. 6 Yorkvllle H Ha Clara B. Alexander No. 4 Yorkville i Nellie Alli8oni Tirzah B B. Black Lock hart ^Kennie Barron Yorkville Hi. H. Bigham Sharon H W. Bankhead Lowryville James Blggers King's Mt. J. A. Barry No. 1 Filbert Robfert Lee Brandon .. .. No. 2 Clover Sam Brown Filbert ^ W. Hi Crook No. 1 Fort Mill [ B. J. Currence No. 8 Yorkvllle J. C. Choat (p. c.) ..No. 1 Rock Hill B. F. Carroll Yorkvllle. Wl Alexander Campbell Tirzah Miss Addie Caveny ..No. 1 Rock Hill HJ. W. Y. Dickson ....No. 5 Yorkville Horace T. Foster Hickory Grove * N. S. Ford No. 4 Clover E. B. Faulkner No. 4 Clover E. L. Ford No. 4 Clover J. D. Good Sharon T J. Hopper No. 6 Yorkvllle. O. R. Huddleston Rock Hill Miss Mary Jackson Newport . W. F. Jackson No. 7 Yofkville V Mrs. C. L. Kennedy Sharon G. W. Knox Clover W. W. Love No. 7 Yorkvllle Harry Miller No. 6 Yorkvllle Miss Maggie Morrow No. 5 Rock Hill T. V. McFadden Rock Hill "A. W. McFarland No. 3 Yorkvllle Grover McFarland Clover Sam G. Maloney No. 2 Sharon McCain Nichols ..Yorkville W. A. Nichols Smyrna Mrs. John M. Smith Clover Lee Pursley No. 4 Clover Bva Riddle No. 2 Clover Miss Sarah Russell..No. 1 Sharon J. F. A. Smith No. 1 Yorkville J. R. Shlllfnglaw ....No. 7 Yorkvllle J. P. Sifford Clover Lester Watson.. No. 1 Hickory Grove W. W. Wyatt Smyrna Miss Lizzie Woods No. 3 Clover * Jeff D. Whitesides ....Hickory Grove R. W. Whitesides Smyrna L Mrs. S. D. Youngblood Clover V. C. Faulkner Clover K- Thos. S. Youngblood Sharon Miss Marie Moore ....No. 3 Yorkvllle Mrs. M. A. Gaston No. 1 Bullock's Creek Miss Sallle McConnell McConnellsville O. L. Suggs No. 8 Yorkville Bessie McCarter No. 1 Clover B. W. White Filbert Ernest Mickle No. 1 Sharon Floyd Davis No. 2 Clover Herbert Ferguson ....No. 8 Yorkville * Blank ' Books ?See Us For? LEDGERS DAYBOOKS CASHBOOKS JOURNALS MEMORANDUMS, ETC. k We Can Suit You in 8ize and Quality. L York Drag Store. ?r ym For the BEST IN FANCY r obo ~ f ALWAYS REMEMBER TO SEE ^ LOUIS ROTH WE WANT TO - THANK YOU FOR YOUR FAVORS DURING 1911, WHICH ARE VERY GREATLY APPRECIATED, AND WE SHALL DO OUR ^ 11MUM ULKlAli 1312 IV MAKE IT TO YOUR AD. VANTAGE TO GIVE US STILL ^ MORE OF YOUR PATRONAGE. J. M. STROUP THE EVERYTHING STORE k | To Qui ^ | Friends in tl 1 A WE WOULD LIKE TO Sl'G f AX ACCOUNT W ITH US. WE i PROVE MUCH MORE SATISFY T YOUR WORKING CAPITAL I A | IX YOUR HOME. FIRES OFT wP T TLE WARNING. AND THIEV ' * COUNTRY. SOME OF WHOM I T RE HAD ARE DESPERATE E> % DER TO ACCOMPLISH THEIR i J AGAINST THESE LIABILITIES K i PLUS TO OUR KEEPING. ^ V INTEREST BEARING CER1 j| UNDER SPECIAL AGREEMEN1 Loan and Si K YORKVII r This is The Place We Are Headquarters for Heavy Groceries and We Want You to Know !+ *? r\A f* r\rr\t* Mara fftr Vftiir M P>0*A B See Us for Flour, Sugar, Lard, Meat, Rice Flour, Mill Feed and Milko CowFeed. \We keep White Beans, Pink Beans, Lima Beans, Cabbage, Irish Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, etc. See us for Fruit Cake ingredients. We keep Whole and Shredded Cocoa^ nut and Choice Fresh Mince Meat. Best X. O. Molasses. We have put in a fresh stock of STAPLE DRY GOODS DOWN STAIRS and also a nice line of goods Up Stairs at BARGAIN PRICES. m WE ASK ALL WHO OWE US ON ACCOUNT TO PLEASE SETTLE AT Y ONCE. ' Yorkville Banking & Mercantile Co. REMEMBER IX MAKING YOUR NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS TO INCLUDE McCONNELL'S AS THE BEST PLACE TO BUY YOUR DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, SHOES, ETC.. DURING THE YEAR 1912. McGonnell Dry Goods Co. STRICTLY CASH STORE To All My Clients Greeting: My sincere thanks are due and hereby extended to my numerous clients and friends for the very liberal patronage they have given me during the year 1911, and I beg to assure each one that during 1912 I shall, as in the past, by close attention to all business entrusted to me endeavor to retain their confidence. Trusting that all mankind may enjoy a happy and prosperous twelve months during 1912, I am Very truly, 8AM M. QRI8T All Kind* of GOOD Insurance. Appreciation? We appreciate the confidence reposed in this bank by our customers during the past year. We desire to show you our appreciation by giving you the best service possible at all times. We wish you a prosperous 1912 and hope to merit a continuance of your patronage. We shall be pleased to serve you. Bank of Hickory Grove FOR RENT. ROOM 2-story House on Railed road Street. Apply to Miss ANNIE MCPHEETERS. 99 t tf DURING 1912 ?Do Your Trading at? THOMSON CO'S You'll Get. Quality Variety Style and Right Prices THOMSON CO. YORKVILLE - S. C. N. 0. Molasses We have some NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES That those who have tasted say are as fine as they ever had. Also have a barrel of CHOICE HOME-MADE MOLASSES. FOR SALE?One good Family Horse. Two Mules. BE SURE TO COME To see us for all kinds of GROCERIES and PLANTATION SUPPLIES. AND BUILDING MATERIALS. YORK SUPPLY COMPANY. T-. ?..Tr..t .r.AT. j. J. T.A.T. T*-/ T V T VT/T uiT V V ^ ~ 'V" $ r Many ! I lie Country | KiEST THE IDEA OF KEEPING I CAN* ASSURE THAT IT WILL ? LCTORY THAN* KEEPING ALL $ iAID AWAY IN A DRAWER Y EN HAPPEN WITH VERY LIT- X ES ARE PLENTIFUL IN TIUS T F THEY THINK MONEY IS TO i >OUGH TO TAKE LIFE IN OR- Y PURPOSE. YOU CAN GUARD X BY ENTRUSTING YOUR SUR- T * TPICATES ON DEPOSIT ISSUED Y r' I ivings Bank J XE, S. C. I I A . f 1 it, iT- - f-* T--* T-* r-* T.. t L .t.L L .t., f . T". .E * i T'A' "A T x Tx T \i T jt IAIA'X'A T x" '*x I i niinrn LUWIBLh 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 work before making any contracts. J. J. KELLER & COMPANY L.t. JLfT^A/r> >LlTiAiti XAAA AL^iIIITI rV Tu I IT TV \j> TWV TVTV Vw w s DR. C A | OF CHA Eye-Sight Specialist, 1 | Hotel on? I Thursday, Fridt f of this week, doing Optical ? r^t. -? > All 1_ | fitting Li lasses. Ail worn Patients for whom I did i v call and have glasses adjuste | dr. AAAA -+.<T?.*./Tx XAXji ^ . rti* Tt^'Tw V'Tw VwW w W WVw NOTICE I HAVE ACCEPTED THE AGENCY OF THE FOLLOWING OLD LINE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES: NATIOXALE FIRE INSURANCE CO. of Paris, France. RHODE ISLAND INS. CO. of Providence, R. I. AUGUSTA FIRE INS. CO., Augusta, Ga. And I am prepared to write Fire Insurance on Town Property of all kinds, Country Farm Property, Cotton Gins, etc. See me for your Insurance wants. It will pay you to have your property insured. I also sell LIFE, HEALTH. ACCIDENT. PLATE GLASS. BURGLARY INSURANCE, and SURETY BONDS. See me for YOUR Insurance wants. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE T Rents Collected. C. YV. WALLACE, We Appret The That our friends and custon the year 1911, and hope to be fi same for 1912. We will do our I any accommodations that you ml The National ABSOLU1 Rock Hill, ^ W. J. Koddey, Pres. Thank YouWe wish to extend our thanks to our patrons for their liberal patronage during the past year, and hope they will continue the same during the year 1912. J. M. BRIAN COMPANY, mpwfwwwwufw WPWI m w IH A DOLLAR LC VEI AND we are therefore offc in Dry Goods, Notions, < Furnishings, etc., to be foun( COME TO SEE WRAYsavings to vou at a time whe i lars will easily do the work ( i today. I ?J. 0 y_ As The Old Year Is Dying I wish to express my appreciation to my . patrons for their patronage during the year 1911. and to extend the compliments of the season and my best wishes for YOUR PROSPERITY during the year 1912. T 11 j onrr<i/ i. yv. orcA^iv wwwwwwwwwwm w up m m i j The Moment of I i i The coming year with its i ! ments, may have in store for us ! the other hand many pitfalls. V no assurance of tomorrow. It Is ; to do our host tods*We can or uo our best wh ! implements, the most progress I methods. In handling your business ; handled through the bank?OYI We invite you. with the begi gin your business with us. It is ! service that it is possible to give ' er it be large or small?in an act I The FIRST NA YORKVI "YOU HAD BETTER B ; O. E. WILKIN8. President. hi r "* ? A.T^ A.T? A/T^A/Ti A/T^A/T* A/T^ A/n AitVTiA vwW TWw TVTv WTV VTi^iTA mpbellI RLOTTE, | will be in Yorkville, at the | ly ant/ Saturday I 1 Work, Testing Eyes and ? Guaranteed. | vork last spring will please | d. . I CAMPBELL, ? t ! #+# +#+? *?+? *?+? ? ? #$? We Thank Yon. I Our business during the year 1911 has been most satisfactory, for which we return our sincere thanks to our hundreds of customers and friends. Besides extending our Best Wishes to customers and friends for a Prosperous New Year, we desire to say that during the year 1912 we hope to improve our service whenever and wherever possible, always assuring our patrons of the VERY BEST POSSIBLE SERVICE. In the future as in the past we will give especial attention to our PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT, and especially solicit this class of business, assuring you of Prompt Service, Pure Drugs and Fair Prices. a ti i p> ^ p n r> r? I I S* O T A O C o n I c l/c n unv/u o i v n k.i nate > Patronage lers have favored us with during ivored with a continuance of the beat to please you. Call on us for ght need. I Union Bank, rELY SAFE - - s. c. Ira B. Dunlap, Cashier. I COW FEED Feed your cows on the best possible feed If you would secure the greatest return In milk?the more milk the bigger the profit, and the quantity and the quality of the milk is dependent on the FEED. Try any of these?the results will be satisfactory: BOVETTA, MILKO, BRAN AND SHORTS BEET PULP?this is especially good for increasing the flow of milk. HORSE FEEDS? I have ARAB HORSE FEED?a scientifically mixed ration for horses and mules, and also CORN and OATS. FOR YOUR BREAKFAST. The SELF-RISING BUCKWHEAT FLOUR and the choicest of NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES. J. M.FERGUSON, iwwimw m wiiii in m mm i IOKS j IY BIG TO US 1 iring the very greatest values j Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Gents' j 1 anywhere in this vicinity. j -My prices mean big saving i n savings count. Two dol- i )f Three at Wray's. Try it i V R A Y ] mil MI MI MI ?>? iii Mmmiiiifyi AFTER TAKING STOCK We are again ready to serve our trade with everything in HARDWARE We thank one and all for past favors and extend the compliments of the. season and best wishes for a prosperous NewYear. Yorkville Hardware Co. W IWIWIW HI IW 111 IW Hi IW IIJ lUi W HI decision is'NOW' \ jnknown and uncertain develop- | rich rewards; but It may have on j Vre can only count today. We have our duty and a great privilege, I ien we have the best tools, the best ] sive ideas and most progressive j of whatsoever kind, it should be I t BANK. I nning of this "NEW YEAR" to be- ] our pleasure to give the very best j and handle your business?wheth'eptable manner to you. ! TIONAL BANK, LLE, S. C. E SAFE THAN SORRY." R. C. ALLEIN. Cashier. j FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN We have on hand ONE HUDSON 33 TOURING CAR That has been used only for demonstrating purposes, and is in absolutely perfect condition?That we want to sell QUICK. The HUDSON is undoubtedly one of the very best cars of its class. It is a car that represents the very acme of Automobile building. This car is for sale and if vou have a deeire for one of the very best of cars come and let us whisper the price In your ear?We Will Give You a Bargain In This Hudson."33". RIDDLE AUTO COMPANY. F. C. RIDDLE, Proprietor. The Old and The New Year The year 1911 has been as good to us as we could reasonably expect under the circumstances and we thank all our customers for their patronage. FOR THE YEAR 1912? We extend our best wishes i for your happiness and prosJ perity. PLRASE REMEMBER? That we will continue to do i business at our NEW STORE and that we want your patronage on a basis of meriting the same. We will continue to give you the Best Possible Service. See us when you need Furniture, Furnishings Etc. YORK FURNITURE CO. md , I HAVE ' A VERY j LARGE 8T0CK i OF FINE GOODS 1 FOR XMAS. . TOO LARGE ' AND TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. COME EARLY AND GET j THE FIRST \ CHOICE. YOURS TRULY, I I. W. JOHNSON I IT'S SO- I Old George is right on deck with the H largest, and nicest assortment of Fruits 1 and Candles In town ready for your m Christmas trade with prices to suit ? the'.JHard Times. Sftr market will be up to date with w choice Beef, Veal, Pork, and Sausage; 1 also? Fresh Fish and Oysters. 1 I have almost anything In Groceries and Vegetables you may want to eat. w I would like to see every man cut I out hjs Christmas Booze and spend the JL money on his wife and children and makja them happy?Remember your s swesihe&rt. , . . v I Ser face may have some wrinkles And her hair may be streaked with gray, Tc But she's the same Old Girl you st( married, And she is Just as sweet today. t0 OLD GEORGE. THE BUTCHER. fo CHRISTMASWith its attendant Joys and pleasures has come and gone once w more. We hope that the brightest an- in tlcipations of every deserving one has ci been fuly realized. Let us endeavor j, to be duly grateful for the many blessings and mercies of the past year. Let us be penitent for the sins of the past. If we've wronged anyone, let us make restitution. Let us not fret over q. the errors or mistakes of the past. 31 To do so will only cripple our efforts at reform. To our Friends, we will say that, g with your patronage we will try to make the year 1912 the best we'"e ever had. We want all the Cash Custom- ? ers we can get. We don't solicit any new Time customers. To those who've acted square with us in the past, we wish to continue business with you. Come and see us for everything in our ? line. 1 HERNDON & GORDON. J -1912- 1 WILL SOON BE HERE, AND YOU WILL WANT TO OPEN UP A NEW an SET OF BOOKS. We have just receved a large stock of LEDGERS. an DAY BOOKS. CASH BOOKS and MEMORANDUMS. We also have a complete stock of Pen- ? ells. Tablets, Inks, Etc. Call on us for anything in this line. * Clover Drug Store, ? CLOVER, - 8 C. Y/jc ^fy.. !? A tUl Ull n? /. ne pr We expect to do business at the SAME be ye STAND during 1912. and will do OUR BEST to make it to YOUR Interest to rei do ALL YOUR TRADING WITH US. an is Thanking you for our past pleasant an relations, and wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year, we are Yours very truly, YORK SUPPLY COMPANY. J\ THEY ARE FROM MISSOURI We have recently received a carload of Missouri HORSES and MULES, and we Invite all who are in the mar- p ket for good, sound, young stock to * call at A. J. Quinn's Livery Stable in Clover and see what we have to offer. QUINN A McGILL. We have the Soils in we are in p balanced go use nothing Fertilizer ir no manufac Fertilizers tl ready establ we are pro our brand 1 Fertilizer de nize home " There ROCK Hit R. T. FEWEL Ve Still Have ,ots of Mighty iood Things ) offer at the Old Shannon & Hope are and It will be worth your while come and see them. How about a No. 3 .Milburn Wagon r $55.00? We have a nice lot of Fresh Grocers at the Brick Store at the Right lees. What about your new Spring Suit? e represent the International Tallorg Co., and their made-to-measure othes Fit. Call and see the Spring le. KENNEDY BROS. haron - - S. C. II O'LEAKf MV QTOPTf OF J-fJL A A VX WAA w a Furniture UGS. STOVES. HARNESS AND tDDLES is up to its standard in ITALITY. and my CLOSE PRICES e in keeping with low priced cotton. Remember in buying HEATERS id COOK STOVES, that my PIPE Is laranteed Absolutely Against Teleoping. A Call and Comparison of Quality id Prices will convince' the Intelllnt Buyer. G. H. O'LEARY. Ve Are Very Much Obliged ? oil mir nnstomers and friends for eir patronage during 1911, and wish r one and all the very best that the ;w Year?1912?can bring in Happiss, Prosperity and Good Health, and omise to give our trade the very st possible service during the coming ar. Come and trade with us. BLACKSMITH SHOP?The shop in ar of our store is now in operation d in charge of Mr. Humphries, who ready to do all kinds of Repair Work d Horseshoeing. CARROLL BROS. icie;ve and Capital A savings account answers both purposes. It Is a reserve for times of hardship, weakness, and want. It is capital for use. when a business proposition offers. We Invite your account. irst National Bank Of Sliaron, S. (\ on AB made a < this County osition to ma ods on the rr but the high* laterials, and turer can mak han we can. 1 lished a recoi mH u vnn ( ' V* V? XX J ' :or sale with jalers, write u; industry. Are None L FERTILIZI L, Pres. ] GUERNSEYS UTE 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, Plnehurst Col., took 1st prize at State Fair. 1910^over all 1 and 2 vear olds. We have all kinds and sizes at moderate price. We want 20 or more customers for Milk and Cream. J. MEEK BURNS. TAX RETURNS FOR 1912 Office of the County Auditor of York County, South Carolina. Yorkville, S. C., December 1,1911. AS required by statute my books will be opened at my office in lorkville on MONDAY. JANUARY 1. 1912, and kept open until FEBRUARY 20, 1912, for the purpose of listing for .axation all PERSONAL and REAL PROPERTY held in York county on January 1, 1912. All returns must be made In regular form and It is preferable that they be made by the property owner in person to me or my assistant, direct, on blanks provided for the purpose. The returns must be duly sworn to either before me or .my assistant, or some other officer qualified to administer an oath. All items of realty, whether farms, or town lots, must be listed separately. Returns made on proper blanks, and sworn to before an officer qualified to administer an oath and forwarded to me by registered mail before February 20, 1912, will be accepted. All taxpayers are particularly requested to inform themselves as to the number of their respective school districts, and where they have property in more than one school district, they will please make separate returns indicating the locai.on'of each piece of property. The school districts in which there are special levies are as fallows: Nos. 22, 23 and and 27, in rsetnei township Nos. 6, 13, 14, 29, 33 and 43 in Bethesda township; Nos. 9, 20, 38, 40 and 44 in Broad River township; Nos. 9, 15, 20, 38 and 48 in Builock's Creek township; Nos. 12, 45 and 4 6 in Catawba, township, Nos.7, 12, 32, 35, 36 and 43 in Gbenezer township; Nos. 26, 28 and 39, in Fort Mill township; Nos. 2, 21, 22, 37, 41, 44 and 49 in King's Mountain township; Nos. 11, 20, 21, 33, 35, 42, 43. 47, 48 and 49 in York township. For the purpose of facilitating the taking of returns, and for the greater convenience of taxpayers, I will be at the following places on the dates named: At Clover, on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 2 and 3. At Bethel, (Ford. Barnett & Co.'s Store), Thursday, January 4. At Bandana, (Perry Ferguson's Store) on Friday, January 5. At Point, (at Harper's) on Saturday, January 6. At Smyrna, on Monday, January 8. At Hickory Grove, on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 9 and 10. At Sharon, on Thursday and Friday, January 11 and 12. At Bullock's Creek, (Good's Store), on Saturday, January 13. At Tirzah, on Monday, January 15. At Newport, on Tuesday, January 16. At Fort Mill, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, January 17, 18 and 19. At McConnellsville, on Monday, January 22. At Ogden, on Tuesday. January 23. At Coates's Tavern, (Roddey's,) on Wednesday, January 24. At Rock Hill, from Thursday. January 25. to Wednesday, January 31. Aijd at Yorkville from Thursday, February 1, until Tuesday. February 20. All males between the ages of twenty-one and sixty years, except Confederate soldiers over the age of fifty years, are liable to a poll tax of $1. and all persons so liable are especially requested to give the numbers of their respective school districts in making their returns. * It will be a matter of much accommodation to me If as many taxpayers as possible will meet me at the respective appointments mentioned above, so as to avoid the rush at Yorkville during the closing days. BROADUS M. LOVE. County Auditor. 96 f 4t I HAVE MOVED Mf shop from the rear of Carroll Bros.' store to the Lowrance place on East Jefferson street. Come and see me, or Phone me and I'll come to see you about your work. I do Repair Work of all kinds in Wood and Iron, and give special attention to Furniture. Q. W. KUNZ. m il Study of I and believe I ke the best I larket. We I est grade of ft know that m B ' e any better * We have al*d of which do not find your local s and patro : Better" !R COMP'Y flock Hill, S. C. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ; Ajr Tf / Annual Mssting To Bo Hold On January 4, 1912. Yorkville, S. C., December 1. 1911. PURSUANT to the statute aa set forth in section 970 of the Report of the Code Commissioner for 1910, notice Is hereby giyen tp who pa it may concern, that the ANNUAL MEET- ? INQ of the County Board of Commissioners of Tork county, trill be held in the office of the County Supervisor at Yorkville, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 4TH, 1912, commencing' at 10 o'clock, a. m. Under Section 974 of Report above referred to, all claims against the county, not previously presented, must be filed with the Clerk of the Board on or before January 1, 1912, and holders of claims will take notice that If the same are not presented and filed during the year in which they are contracted or the year following, such claims will be forever barred. All claims against York county must be itemized, and they must be accompanied by affidavits of the claimants setting forth that the amounts claimed are just, true, due and owing, and that no part thereof has been paid by discount or otherwise. All persons authorized by law to administer oaths, are required to probate claims against the county free of cl arge. By order of the Board. THOS. W. BOYD. Supervisor. Annie C. Wallace, Clerk. 96 f ? FARMS FOR RENT For Rent?A 2-horse farm and also a 1-horse farm at Guthriesvllle. See me at once. Good Level- land. FOR SALE 84*100 Acre*?Residence of J. J. Smith, deceased, in Clover, on King's Mountain street; 2 stories, 7 rooms; wood house; barn; cow stable; good garden; well for stock, near barn. 150 Acres?2 miles of Yorkvllle, on the Chester sand and clay road. About 3 horse farm open; balance in timber; about 1,500 cords of wood; a very desirable place; 4-room house, barn and stable. 202 Acres?Near J. M. Brice; a 2story house; barn; plenty of timber; 3 horse farm open. 75 Acres?Level land, 3) miles from Sharon; 1 house; 40 acres In cultivation. Price, 8204)0 per Acre. Walter G. Hayes. 300 Acres?3} miles from Sharon; a large 3-story brick residence; good well and springs; 3 tenant houses; 2 cribs; rolling iand; Very Chefp. 57 Acres?2 miles of Hickory Grove; on public highway; fronting Southern railway. Price, 820-00 an Acre. 151 Acres?J mile of special school; 2-horse farm open; 100 acres in fine timber; on Pinckney road; 4 miles of Yorkville; Joins M. A. McFarland. 115 Acres?3-horse farm open; 2 good tenant houses; 4 miles of Yorkvllle: Joins James E. Gettys; Price, 82550 per Acre. 60 Acres?2} miles of Sharon; 1 4room house; near John Feemster. ! Price, 81250 per Acre. 153 Acrea?Joins T. W. Jackson, L. T. Wood and others; 1 2-story 9-room house; 1 tenant house, 4 rooms; 6 mlla, Af Manrnftt-^ Prim S21.00 Aerfl. 50 Acres?More or less, Joins Marlon B. Love, John Bolin and others; elg'U acres In cultivation, balance In timber. Price, $15.00 per Acre. A beautiful lot and residence of Mrs. Ada E. Faulconer. On East Liberty street, 100 feet front, about 400 feet deep; joins Rev. E. E. Gillespie and Hon. G. W. S. Hart. Price on Appli* cation. House and Lot?In the town of Yorkvllle; Joins lot of C. H. Sandifer; one story, 5 rooms. Price, $1,600. 180 Acres?24 acres bottom land; 1 dwelling house, 11-2 story, 5 rooms; fine barn; 1 tenant house. Price, $11 n Acre. 160 Acres?Joins lands of Mrs. Mattie Nichols, A. H. Jackson, R. A. Bratton and others; 1 house, 1 story, 4 rooms; 100 acres under cultivation; 40 or 50 acres In tliftber; land Is & little rolling, but very productive. Price, $21.00 an Acre. J. C. WILBORN. Yorkville. 3. C. FOR QUICK SALE OVER 400 Acres land, near town of Smyrna, on Smyrna and Blacksburg public roads, all In one tract, or six different tracts at $12.50 to $15 per acre; 1-3 Cash, balance two equal annual payments. Can buy some of this land at what you pay In rents. Certain to go higher. Write me what tract you want before all is sold. JOHN J. GEORGE. Real Estate Agt., Bessemer City. N. C. 102 t.f. tf. 1ST 8end The Enquirer your orders for Commercial Printing.