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? Col. R. W. Simpson, for more than
ptl twenty years president of the board of trustees of Clemson college died in Atlanta yesterday after a prolonged illness. He was 72 years of age. Col. Simpson was the private attorney of the late Thomas G. Clemson, and was made executor of the latter's estate when Mr. Clemson died. Mr. Clen. .on's will provided for a large bequest to be used in founding an agricultural and Mechanical College in South Carolina. Colonel Simpson was instrumental in the establishment of Clemson College, with which he was associated for many years. He resigned from the presidency of the ^ board of trustee's recently because of ill health. AT THE CHURCHES. f FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. E. E. Gillespie, Pastor. Sunday Services?Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Ordination and installation of officers elect in connection with morning service. Evening service at 8.30 o'clock. 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 8.30 o'clock. | BAPTIST. Sunday Services?Sunday school at I 10 a. m. Evening: service at 8.30 1 o'clock by Rev. W. E. Lowe. TRINITY METHODIST. Rev. J. P. Anderson, Pastor. Sunday Services?Sun^Br school at I 10 a. m. Morning service at 111 ^ o'clock. No evening service. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. Rev. T. Tracy Walsh, Rector. Sunday Services?Sunday school atl 9:45 a. m. No other service. * Moficts. At Hebren. Rev. J. L. Oates will preach at He- I bron, Sunday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. I Farmers' Institute. The people of York county are In- I vlted to Farmers' Rally and Picnic I at Blair's pasture on Wednesday, Julyl 17. Addresses on farm topics by J. M. I Burgess, J. M. Napier, A. F. Conrade; I A. F. Earle, W. F. Burleigh, Fred Tay- I "w-' lor, W. H. Barton, J. N. Harper, of I ? Clemson College. Dr. P. E. Quinn will I also talk on tick eradication. Music by Hickory Grove band. Bring baskets. sw 3t Committee. ITCHING, FIERY, RAW ECZEMA. Relieved In a Few Seconds. . Yes, an itching, burning, raw irri-1 tated skin relieved the moment Zemol ? touches it. Zemo is a clean, soothing, I healing wash, composed of Thymol, I Glycerine, Witch Hazel, Boracic Acidl and other medicinal healing proper-1 ties. Zemo relieves and cures every form of skin and scalp eruption, and If you are not entirely satisfied with * results from the very first 25-cent bottle. druggists will refund your money. Large size bottle 11. Endorsed and sold In Yorkvllle by York Drug Store. Zemo Is prepared by E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louie. Mo., and their guarantee Is as good as gold. York Drug Store. % State of South Carolina Executive Chamber p Columbia, July 10th, 1912. Mr. D. C. Clark, Chairman, Committee on Invitations, W. O. W.. Yorkvllle, South Carolina. * Your very kind invitation of July 2nd, to be present at the Annual Picnic of the Woodmen of the World, to be I ,* held at Filbert on August 1st, received, ^ and highly appreciated. The State Campaign, as you know, is now in full blast; we have been on the road since the 18th of June, and will only have a week off,?July 29th to August 5th,?during the entire campaign, which will not end until the > 22nd of August; therefore, in justice to myself, and In order that I may be fresh during the last days of the race to cope with the various subjects which will be presented, from tjme to time, I have decided to accept ho invitations to make intermediate speeches, but will confine myself to the schedule adopted by the Executive Committee. I assure you your invitation is highly appreciated, and were It not for the conditions set forth above, it would \ afford me pleasure to be with you all. Please explain the matter fully, in order that all may know why I cannot be present. With kindest personal regards, Very respectfully. Cole L. Blease. Popular Excursion to Richmond, Vs., Via Southern Railway, Tuesday, July 16th, 1912. The Southern railway will operate Annual Popular Excursion to Rich% mond, Va., Tuesday, July 16th, 1912 at very low round trip rates. Tickets will l?e good to return on any regular trains IP leaving Richmond up to and Including Thursday, July 18th, giving two days and one night in Richmond. Special train consisting of first class coaches and Pullman cars will leave Charlotte at 8.00 A. M., Tuesday, July 16th and arrive at Richmond 6.00 A. M., following morning. Very low round trip rates from all branch line points, tickets from these points good on regular trains connecting with special train, v Rare opportunity to visit historic Rlch\ mond and the many near-by points of - J interest at small cost. Following round trip rates will apply from stations % named: (laffney J5 25 Rock Hill 5 00 Fort Mill 5 00 Oastonia 5 00 Chester 5 00 Blacksburg 5 00 ^ King's Mountain 5 00 Rates from all other points In same proportion. For further information, Pullman reservations, etc., call on any agent. Southern railway, or write, T> UT TWreTTTTS Division Passenger Agent, b Charlotte, N. C. $he Cotton Market. /-V rYorkville, July 11?Cotton 12ic. New York, July 11.?Cotton futures closed steady as follows: Jan. 12.23; Feb. 12.26: March, 12.32; May, 12.36; July. 11.94; Aug. 11.97; Sept. 12.08; Oct. 12.17; Nov. 12.22; Dec. 12.26; Cotton spot closed quiet; middling ^ uplands 12.40; middling gulf 12.65; 'w sales 595 bales. CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE For U. S. Senate. N. B. DIAL. For Congress?Fifth District. D. E. FIN LEY, W. P. POLLOCK. G. W. RAGSDALE. For House of Representatives. ^ J. R. HAILE. For State Senate. JAMES E. BEAMGUARD. THOS. F. MCDOW. For Sheriff. S. S. PLEXICO. * JOHN S. SANDIFER. For Clark of Court. JOHN R. LOGAN. ANNOUNCEMENTS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WE suggest Dr. L. L. CAMPBELL, of Bethel Township as a suitable representative for York county in the General Assembly, subject to the rules of the Democratic party. MANY FRIENDS. AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE I AM prepared to Insure Automobiles against loss or damage by fire at 2 per cent on 1912 cars and at 2.25 on 1911 and older models. tf SAM M. GRIST All Kinds of good Insurance. BOY WANTED BOY to deliver the sertii-weekly editions of the Yorkville Enquirer. Apply at ENQUIRTR OFFICE. W. O. W. UNVEILING A monument will be unveiled to the late Brother John Ramsey at Hickory Grove on Sunday, July 14 at 3.30 p. m. The ceremonies will be conducted by the Hickory Grove Camp, W. O. W., assisted by the Smyrna camp. Sovereigns of other camps are invited to attend and take part. El D. DARWIN, C. C. FRUIT WANTED PERSONS having more fruit than they can use will do the Orphanage the kindness to notify them that they may send for it, as they can Can any quanity, and they have no orchard as yet of their, own, or we will be glad if friends will bring us their fruit to Can, which we will gladly do, we furnishing the cans, etc., and we will put up on shares, they furnishing the fruit, and we will furnish everything else and will divide half and half. Apples, Pears and Peaches especially wanted. D. L. JONES; in charge of the Cannery and farm, Church Home Orphanage. f2t f2t. CHESTERFIELD COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE 1 A ft ACRES six miles of ChesterJ. Tc O field C. H. and three miles of Ruby; 5 acres in cultivation, balance woods, some good timber, grey pebble with clay subsoil; six room -residence and out buildings; two tenant houses; good water and orchard; stream through place; school and church half mile; Price $35.00 per acre, terms on application. 150 acres half mile of Patrick on S. A. L. Ry., ten acres cleared balance woods and with clay subsoil; same class of land producing bale to bale and half cotton per acre, properly cultivated and fertilized; Price $15.00 per acre, terms to suit. 2,160 acres located on Public Road leading from Cheraw to Darlington, about seven miles of Cheraw; A. C. L. Ry., runs through place; borders on Pee Dee River, about half river lands and balance sandy up land, with clay subsoil; seven buildings; A dandy proposition at $12.50 per acre; Terms can be arranged. 86 acres 2J miles West of Mt. Croghan, borders on Deep Creek; two horse farm open, sandy loam soil with some stiff bottom land on creek; A bargain at $20.00 per acre, easy terms. 450 acres 3} miles North of Mt. Croghan, known as the Redfearn place; two hundred acres cleared, balance in woods, two old and four new tenant houses; some clay and some sandy, all clay subsoil; This is your chance to buy a good farm on easy terms; will sub-divide; Price as a whole $25.00 per acre, teijns 1 cash and balance in one, two and three years at 8 per cent. 97 acres on Bear Creek, three miles from station on C. & L. Ry., and only six miles of Chesterfield C. H.; 25 acres open, sandy loam with clay subsoil; near good school and churches; price $2,250. Terms easy. 83$ acres near McFarlan, one five room residence; two horse farm open; made in one year 26 bales cotton and 350 bushels grain; Too cheap at $20.00 per acre; terms one third cash and balance one and two years at 8 per cent. 25 acres one mile of Guess, a station on C. & L. Ry., one two room house and good well water, made 15 bales cotton last year; level sandy loam soil; tract will probably survey out 35 to 40 acres; price for the tract $700. Terms to suit. MAYNARD-RALEY REALTY & . TRUST CO. Cap. $25,000.00 Phone No. 84 Cheraw, S. C. 2t 2t 2t SATURDAY SPECIALS 1 lot 10 to 15c Lawns at 5C. 1 lot 8 l-3c Lawns at 3 c. 1 lot 39c Silk Hose at 15c. 1 lot Unbleached Sheeting at 3 c Yd. 1 lot Ladies Oxfords?small sizesWorth $2.00 Pair? 79c Pair. McCONNELL'S TIIK HOUSE THAT BARGAINS ARE BUILDING. HAMMOCKS If You Want a Hammock in which to rest these long Summer Days, you will do well to see Us as we are overstocked on Hammocks and want to Close them out at ACTUAL COST Yorkville Hardware Co. D. E. BONEY Life, Fire and Live Stock INSURANCE Town and Country Property My Restaurant WILL BE OPEN NEXT WEEK (COURT)? AND ALL SUMMER, FOR THAT MATTER. LOUIS ROTH A SHIPMENT Of genuine 'Holland "Window Shades. All colors at 35 cents each?Cash? Won't last long at this price. Call on us for Sewing Machines. A few Frezere left?Cheap. Carroll Furniture Co. The Cigarette Habit The Alcohol Habit The Tobacco Habit The Gossip Habit ARE ALL BAD HABITS. It appears that every man must nave a naoit. Why not have a GOOD HABIT? Get the Banking Habit. It only takes a dollar to start a bank account with us. The Bank of Clover, OIiOVBR. 0. o. Let Me Sell You CULTIVATOR POINTS, PLOWS of all kinds, FLOW POINTS, COTTON HOES, All kinds of DRY GOODS at the Very CLOSEST PRICES. FARM SUPPLIES? For your needs about your Farm, whether It be Heavy or Farley Groceries or Farm Supplies in general, come and see me. I have the Goods and I have the Prices that will interest you. BEFORE BUYING SHOES? Come and see what I have to offer in Qualities, Styles and Prices. M. A. McFARLAND Pinckncy Road R. F. D. No. 4. JorreBDondence of the Yorkrille Enauirer. SHINGLES WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF SHINGLES THAT WE WILL MAKE CLOSE PRICES ON. DONT YOU NEED A NEW BUGGY? We have something new in Mov.?i ? T/.n finlH nn khsv terms. WE HAVE FLOUR? bought before the advance and are in position to make close prices. See us for your next sack. FOR BEST GROCERIES? See us. We have the quality and we make the prices right. CARROLL BROS. Money In Your Pocket Yes. that is exactly what it will mean to you. if you expect to buy a Buggy or a Wagon, if you will come to see me. I can please you in Quality, Style and in Price as I have a number of Buggies and Wagons that I want to close out quick at Bargain Prices. Farm Tools If you need Cultivators, Plows or other Farm Tools, see me. I have what you need and my prices are Just right. Wire Fencing When you are ready to put up that Wire Fence for your pasture or hog lot see me for the wire. There is nothing better than Pittsburg Wire. W. R. CARROLL HORSE FEED We sell Sunshine and Purina Horse Food. Nothing but corn Is not good for a horse or mule this season of the year. We have Mason's Improved Fruit Jars, one and two quarts, also rubbers and tops for same. Paint for Iron Roofing. Everything you need In Heavy Groceries and Plantation Supplies, Shingles, Lumber and Iron Hoofing. YORK SUPPLY COMPANY. wholesale and retail If You Are Particular About the Furniture that goes Into your home, we want you to come and see the new lines of House Furnishings that we are now showing. Within the past few days we have received large shipments of iron beds? Which everywhere are rapidly pushing the wooden bedsteads off the map. The Iron Beds are neater and are more easily taken care of. We have an elegant line of Iron and Metal Beds in the newest styles and would be pleased to show you what a good bed you can buy for just a little money. side boards? Among our new arrivals is a new assortment of Side Boards. Every home needs a Side Board and If you want the best In style and quality for your money, we have it. Come and let us show you. extension tablesno dining room is quite complete unless it has an Extension Table. We are showing a new line of these?a variety of styles and at pleasing prices. Come and let us show you how a little money will buy an elegant Extension Table if you buy it here. YORK FURNITURE CO. EGGS FOR HATCHING "1 FOR 11 Indian Runner Duck IP A Eggs. Best stock. Call or address W. R. CARROLL. Yorkville, S. C. 41 t tf The Biggest and Best Feature We Hav Ever Shown. 3 REELS 3 FOOLS OF S0CIET1 TUESDAY NIGHT also MB. A. MORRIS Ragtime, Character and Ballad Sing er in all the Latest Illustrated Songi STAR THEATRl What of the Future? Every man knows what is behlm him, but there is not one on earth to day that knows what is ahead of hir except death, and none know the da; it will come, unless they have beei tried and sentenced to death In Vir ginia or Massachusetts, In Canada, o some one of the European countrle where law is supreme. While it is i fact that the only reliable guide w have as to the future Is the past, thi guide is not infallible in every respect For instance, an individual may hav passed through many years of success tul business experience and accumulat ed quite a handsome estate and almos without warning meet with reverse that practically wipe out all materia gains. Can you recall instances of thi kind? If you carry life insurance ii any one of the old established compan ies and never have occasion to asl any concessions and go on paying you premiums for a specified number o years, provided you have a llmite< payment policy or unui ueuui, 11 yoi have an ordinary life, the compan; will do exactly what It promises ii your contract. All companies ari "About the same," in this respect. Oi the other hand if you stumble or fal down no company in the world guar antees in its policies to treat you s< liberally as does the Mutual Benefl Life Insurance Co., and besides it ii the only company which applies Ev ery improvement made In its new con tracts to all the old ones. A polic: written in 1847 carries'every prlvilegi written in one issued in 1912. I hav< never met, or heard of a dlssatisflec Mutual Benefit policy holder. SAM M. GRIST, Special Agent. WHY NOT POLLOCK? INTEREST There are more kinds of interes than the kind you pay for mone: when you borrow from a bank There is a PERSONAL INTER EST, the kind that the officers o THIS BANK feel in its customeri ?an interest which prompts ui to do whatever we possibly ear to encourage and to aid thosi who give us their patronage. Bank of Hickory Grovt Hickory Grove, S. C. WATERMAN "IDEAL" FOUNTAIN PENS If you would like to see the mosl elaborate display of FOUNTAIN PEN: ever made in Yorkville, call and lei me show you the Waterman line. II you would spend your money for t Fountain Pen, spend it for a WATERMAN "IDEAL" PEN I have them at all price*. $2.50 end Up In all sizes and can Just cxactl> "fit' your hand. T. W. SPECK. The Jeweler. HARRIS THE PHOTOGRAPHER OF CHILDREN. YORKVILLE STUDIO OPEN ALL DAY EVERY SATURDAY. THE HARRIS STUDIO Shelby YorkvlIIe Henrletti Something To Eai Digestion experts say that Cheese li not only digestible, but Is one of th< most nutritious of foods. We havi Cheese that Is of extra good quality Phone your order for a pound o more. OTHER GOOD THINGS Fresh Hams and Breakfast Bacon Fresh Kit Mackerel Bacon in Glass Jars Evaporated Apples and PeachesFine for Pies and Dumplings. Cucumber Pickles?Loose, Mixed. Fulton Yeast?Makes elegant bread. Jell-o?A delightful dessert. Jell-o Ice Cream Powder. Ice Cream Salt?Very economical. Come If You Can?Phone If Yoi Can't. VV. E. FERGUSON Report On Yorkville Water Mr. W. B. DuPre, Supt., Yorkville. S. C. Dear Sir: I beg to inclose analysis of sam pie of water received from you r? cently. The analysis shows the water to li Free from Contamination, and In Cioo Condition. Yours very truly, F. L. PARKER. Jr., State Bacteriologist. . I SATURDAY SPEC! ] J Saturday and Next [ f Special Prices on F1 ji eries, and all Straw 45 Inch FLOUNCING?Was >1.50A 45 Inch FLOUNCING?Was >1.25I 45 Inch FLOUNCING?Was >1.00 ^ 45 Inch FLOUNCING?Was 75c ?EMBROIDERIES A C All 15c Y<1. EMBROIDERIES?N All 10c Yd. EMBROIDERIES?N V All 8 l-3c Yd. EMBROIDERIES? - All 5c Yd. EMBROIDERIES?Ncn t- L STRAW HATS A' P All Spring and Summer F A I have lots of Spring and Sn ^ X Call and see my line. <? J. 0. 1 % d j Do You Suffer? n r With Kidney. Bladder and Liver Trous bles? If so, blame only yourself, a NYAL'S STONE ROOT CO. will e certainly relieve all inflammatory, irs ritated and weakened conditions of the :. kidneys and bladder; will purify the e blood and aid greatly in Rheumatism, - Scrofula and Skin Diseases. Try a 50c - or >1.00 bottle, and praise Nyal's t Stone Root Co., wherever you go, as s Mr. R. L. Williams of Route No. 6, J does Nyal's Dyspepsia Tablets. Ask s him about Nyal Remedies. a 1 Shieder Drug Store THE NYAL STORE. I V a e ??? 1 jwnwmiw.miiiwui m m m wpm - 1 A\TT XT" T TTAFl I I U11LI LUtilV] : | GAMBLERS t i ? j Make fort in this way I and go easy? know how to ui fortune start it in - j ?Steadily added to way to build a Fortui I QUALITY that will be ol ; in your old age. START J good Bank?Add to it steadil; t ing 4 Per Cent Interest, Compoi I 1 posit?You'll be surprised at what 3 ing a permanent fortune. Suppos The FIRST NA1 t 1 YORKVIL 9 "YOU HAD BETTER BE f ] O. E. WILKINS, President. : f BIG VALUE 1 WEAR AT ? ? Men's $2.75 CASSIMERE PANTS, Men's $3.00 WORSTED PANTS? } ? Men's $4.00 WOlt T PANTS?1 \ > MEN'S UNI ? Balbrigan SHIRTS AND DRAWE1 \ [ Men's SANITARY NAINSOOK UN 2 Each? X MEN'S DRESS SI ? < Ferguson McKinnle Make SHIRT ? Ferguson McKinnle Make SHIRTS ^ Ferguson McKinnle Make SHIRT! if THE CLOUD < ; !! W. O. HARSH. 1BRIDGE CONTRACT TO LET i f> IDS will be received at the Bridge c D over King's Creek, on the Chester f Read, about tt*o miles below King's i Cr-rk station, the line between , ere' tlon of a Steel or Wooden Bridge YWk and Cherokee counties for the t:Mtr 'S King's Creek, on WEDNESDAY, the 17TH DAY OF JULY, 1912, ?ic 11 o'clock a. m. rights to reject any or all bids Iaro reserved. THOS. W. BOYD, Supervisor of York County. E. P. LIPSCOMB. Supervisor of Cherokee County. Annio L. Wallace, Clerk Of County Board of Commissioners York County. 52 f 3t FARM FOR SALE CI HOICE Four-Horse Farm In the J East View community, two and a half miles from Tirzah, and six miles from Yorkville. Land lies level and splendid soil; no waste land; plenty of wood; nice new dwelling and four tenant houses. Within a mile of store, gin, school and church. For prices and terms address, S. ERNEST JACKSON, R. F. D. 7, Yorkville, S. C. 55 t.f I Big Clean Hundreds of Custonn the First Day of Sal pecting Great Thini Thom Fi)orvhn/tv fnt A flWffl* UWI^VVMJ m v< edjust as advertised Goods Sold So Chea pression. Everyboi during Minute Sales. j ??????????? MINUTI SATTHDAY, July 13th. At 11.15 Turkish Towel*?Two to SATURDAY. July 13tli. At 3.30 to (illinium?Ten Yards to i | MONDAY. July 15th. At 11.15 to 25e TnleaIII Powder?Ctii Etc. One to Customer. MONDAY, July 15th. At 3.30 to 3 Neck Ties?One to a Oust TUESDAY. July Kith. At 11.15 to Indies' $1.00 IJlack Silk 1 TUESDAY, July Iflth, At 3.30 t Coats' Spool Cotton?0 S KIRKPA THE ORIGINAL ONE niM'Or>i<K>i'ncM<irMo I ALS AT WRAY'S. i Week I will Offer ? ouncing, Embroid- * Hats. J ?Now 98 CtM. J ?Now 89 Cts. i ?Now 75 CtM. j -Now 55 Cts. J iND INSERTIONS.? j ow? 12} Cta. Yartl. 0 ow? 8 1-3 Cta. Yard. Now? 5 Cta. Yard. f # ? - 4 Cta. Yartl. J T HALF PRICE. % ANTS ONE THIRD Off. A immcr goods at Reduced prices. Z WRAY j Can You Tell Us why Herndon & Gordon are like a talkative woman? Because we seldom shut up. From 6 A. M., to 8 P. M., you will tlnd us at our post, ready, willing, courteous and even a trifle anxious to serve you with good, fresh groceries, canned goods, tobaccos, cigars, etc. Specials: Mason's fruit jars and tops and rubbers, also tin cans and wax "t.lnM mml oupUq Hlahoa nmnnthlnar Irons, good leather, musical Instruments?especially violins and harps and fixtures; also brooms, and sifters and buggy whips, tinware; glassware, skillets and lids, jelly tumblers, vinegar pickles, mixed spices for putting up pickles. Also best bread and Ice cold drinks. We have neither time nor space to tell you what we have. Come and see. HERNDON & GORDON. ? J ' J unes In a day, and fortunes made Beldom last long?they come easy ( such fortunes have wings and ( se them. If YOU would build a . a small way?A Little at a Time j ?is the SURE, the CERTAIN . rie that will have the STAYING | , benefit to you for investment or ' > V SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this ' y?We'll help It to grow by pay- i , inded Quarterly, on what you de- ' , ; Steady Savings will do in build- ! , ie you make a start TODAY. , [TONAL BANK, >LE, S. C. ! SAFE THAN SORRY." R. O. ALLEIN, Cashier. rYa/ V ta/ " " -a) ^ ^ ^ w w V -# I IN MEN'S | 1 CLOUD'S o Peg Style?At $1.89. X Peg Style?At $2.48. ? Peg Style?At $2.98. ? ? ? 1ERAVEAR jj *S?Each 23 Cts. () DERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS? '? 44 Cts. ' (IIRTS SPECIAL? J ? S?75c value?Each 50 Cts. ? I?J 1.00 value?Each 75 Cts. ? 3?$1.25 value?Each ^ll.OO 5ASH STORE I YW, Manager. y. ^T*i^TV^ii7V^i7vWwWWWVwV^ik/vwvT3k7V Call on me for CHASE & SANBORN COFFEES TEAS AND SPICES HAM, BACON AND BREAKFAST STRIPS SNOW WHITE SNOW DRIFT AND PURE LARDCIGARS AND CHEWING TOBACCOS. /. W. JOHNSON WHY NOT POLLOCK? W* Send your orders for Typewriter Ribbons to The Enquirer office. inee Sale! >rs Visited our Store e. They Came is and they Found und what thev want . "Never was Dry p," a common exly gets waited on ? SALES to 11.25 A. M., We will sell 8c a Customer 2 For 5 CTS. 3.10 I\ M., We will sell 6c Apron i Customer 21 CTS. Yard, j 11.25 A. M., We will sell Colgate's diniere Ilouqiiet. Doctylls. Violet, j 5 C7TS. Each. 1.40 1*. M? We will sell Men's 25c tomer 5 CTS. Each. 11.25 A. M? We will sell 4 Dozen Petticoats?One to Customer? $1.98. o 3.40 P. M? We will sell J. & P. pools to Customer 6 Spools? 18 Cts. K-BELK CO. PRICE CASH STORE Huonm JULY Beginning Julj tinuing to Aug offer my entire Goods, Shoes, < Prices that wi Men's Gun Metal BLUCHER OS Men's Pat. Calf BLUCHER OX Men's $3.50 Tan Calf BLUCHEE Boy's Gun Metal BLUCHER OX LADIES' C Ladies Fat. Leather 3 strap OX Ladies' Gun Metal two strap OX Ladles' Dong Blucher OXFORDS Misses Gun Metal OXFORDS?Pi Children's Gun Metal OXFORDS 10 Cta DUCHESSA BATISTE? 10 Cts. FURPLE LAWN? 10 Cts. PINK LAWN? 10 Cts. SKY BLUE LAWN? 10 Cta Fancy LAWN DRESS GO 10 Cts. GALATEA? 5 Cta Lawn? 15 Cta PLOZA BATISTE? 15 Cts. FANCY FOULARD? 25 Cts. FANCY CHECKED SILK 25 Cts. SILK GRENODINE? Come and see us and look O' of Fruit Utensils. Fruit Jars. Fru Then we have good Flour, C anything you need. Come to see A. M. M YORKV1LLE, S. < TOILET ARTICLES When your Toilet Table needs additional Toilet Article and you desire Toilet Articles of the BEST qualities, come and let us serve you. Our stock of Toilet Articles includes everything needful and desirable, Including Extracts, Colognes, Soaps, Talcum Powders, Face Powders, Nail Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes and Combs, and everything else that Is desirable for the Toilet Table. TOILET SOAPS. We especially want to call attention to our large line of Toilet Soaps, which Includes the Best Soaps from the best American and foreign soap makers at prices to please all comers. YORK DRUG STORE THE REXALL 8TORE WHY NOT POLLOCK? HyT I Have Your Business With the facilities v V lished connections, ? Accounts of the g< 1 VERY SATISFACTC ? It Is Our Aim and T Customers, PROMP 2 GENT SERVICE a A which Is consistent <g? Call On Us. We wll i Our Customers Are Our Refer en 1 Loan and Si I YORKVII SPEC iBEHlTF Let us also show you the Royal edly the best Tailoring Line in A: 1IEKE IS THE PLACE 1 Dry Cootl.s, Notions, Shoes, Hfctt and Fane J. M. S T A Prize A prize Is given away to eacl leaves their money on deposit i shape of 4 Per cent INTEREST; est premium In the lot by depot fellow. We pay 4 Per Cent interest, Ings. The National ABSOLUT Rock Hill, THE UNITED STATES GOV wr Tins W. J. ROD DEV. President. SALE/ j 13, and Confust 1st, I will ; stock of Dry Dxfords, etc., at il Interest you. [FORDS?Price >3.60?Now 82.79. FORDS?Price >3.50?Now $2.79. t OXFORDS?Price >3.60? Now 92.79. [FORDS?Price >2.26?Now 91.99. XFORD8. FORDS?Price >2.50?Now 91.99. [FORDS?Price >2.50?Now 91.99. J?Price >2.00? Now 91.49. rice >1.65? Now 91.39. I?Price 90 Cts.? Now 59 Cta. Now 8 CtA. Now 8 Cta. Now 8 Cta. Now 8 Cta. ODS? Now 8 Ota. Now 8 Cte. Now 4 Cta I Now 121 CM. H Now 121 CM. fi* S? Now 18 CM. ? Now 18 CM. M t-er our line. We carry a full line it Powders. K :o(Tee, Molasses, Rice, Sugar and W us. (gf c G I L L. | G., R. F. D. No. 1. I Reserve I and Capital A savings account answers both purposes. It Is a reserve for times of hardship, weakness, and want li is. capital for use, when a business proposition offers. We Invite your account. First National Bank Of Sharon, S. C. rniun we nave auu uui wcu bbuiv- > we are In position to handle the ! [ jod people of York County in a )RY MANNER. < I Purpose at all times to give Our ? > T, COURTEOUS and INTELLI- i ? md EVERY ACCOMMODATION ; ? with SAFE BANKING. >1 be glad to see YOU at any time. ^ , oes. ;; ivings Bank || A,E, S. C. j | ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? i i : I A L! Tailoring line, which is undoubtmerlca. X) BUY EVERYTHING IN i. Caps, Clothing, and both heavy y Groeerles. ROUP I For You l and every Savings Depositor that (vlth us for a year?a prize in the and it's up to you to get the largsiting more Savings than the other compounded quarterly, on all savL Union Bank, 'ELY SAFE - - - s. c. ERNMENT DEPOSITS WITH BANK IRA B. DUNLAP, Cashier.