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Mr. Bryan Says It Provokes Rather
Than Prevents War.
Asserting that the preparedness
provokes rather than prevents war,
and that the upheaval in Europe was
a result of the false philosophy that
"might makes right," former Secretary
Bryan on yesterday, in a second
of his series of three statements on
"The causeless war," submits an argument
against military preparation
by the United States and praises the
course of President Wilson in the international
"If any nation is without excuse for
entering into a mad rivalry with the
belligerent nations in preparation for
war it is the United States," says Mr.
Bryan. "We are protected on either
side by thousands of miles of ocean
and this protection is worth more to
us than any number of battleships.
"We have an additional protection
in the fact, known to every one, that
we have the men with whom to form
ah army of defense if we are ever attacked;
and it is known also that we
would have the money, too?more
money than we would have if all the
surplus earnings of the people had
been invested in armament We not
only do not need additional preparation,
but we are fortunate in not
having it, since it seems impossible
for a nation to have what is called
preparedness without having along
with it a disposition to use its preparedness
on the slightest provoca
"The leading participants in the
present war are the nations that were
best prepared, and I fear it would
have been difficult for us to keep out
of this war if we had been as well
prepared as they.
"Happy for our nation that we have
in the White House at this time a
president who believes in setting the
old world a good example instead
of following the bad example which it
sets in this matter. What an unspeakable
misfortune it would have been
, if, in such an hour as this, the na|
tion had been under the leadership
of a president Influenced by the false
philosophy which has plunged Europe
into the abyss of war."
In discussing the cause of the
European war, Mr. Bryan, in a lengthy
analysis argues that it is no war of
race, religion or families, and declares:
"If I have correctly analyzed the
situation, the war is the natural resuit
of a false philosophy. The
fundamental precept of this false philosophy
is that might makes right."
Leading up to his argument against
preparation for war by the United
States, 'Mr. Bryan says:
"We dare not trust the peace of the
world to those who spend their time
in getting ready for wars that should
never come. Half the energy employed
in preparing for war would effectually
prevent war if used in propagating
the principles which make for
peace. Instead of preventing war,
preparedness provokes war, because
it is impossible to coerce the people
into bearing the burdens incident to
continuous and increasing preparation
without cultivating hatred as if it were
a natural virtue. There must be some
one to fear; some other preparing nation
that must be represented as plotting
"How can preparedness prevent war
if all prepare? Each step taken by
one nation toward more complete preparedness
excites the other nation to
additional purchases or new levies, until
all have exhausted their productive
industries and menaced their moral
"The doctrine that preparedness will
prevent war will not stand the test of
logic and the conflagration in Europe
shows that it fails when tested by
RUSSIANS VS. GERMANS
Galacian Campaign Disastrous for
Soldiers of the Czar.
London, June 17.?Another 24 hours
of fighting in Galacia has developed
nothing to stem the Austro-German
advance toward Lemberg and tonight
Berlin claims the Russians are retreating
over their own frontier toward
Tarnogrod, four miles from the
This means an invasion of Russian
territory at a new point, but according
to military observers here, it may
spell ultimate advantage for the Russians
in that a general Russian retirement
northward into Poland would
divert General Linsingen's attempt to
crush the Russian frontier near Zurawina
which would sever the communications
of the Russian army in
southeastern Galacia and Bukowina.
The military writers here say the real
danger zone from the Russian standpoint
is in Zurawana district and along
According to Berlin, the AustroGerman
forces have battered through
Niemerow, 30 miles northwest of
Lemberg and are advancing toward
Jawarow, which is only 25 miles west
of the Galacian capital. Three great
masses of Austro-Germans thus are
sweeping from the San toward the
capital and the prediction is made
that the decisive battle, if one is
fought, will take place in the vicinity
of Gordek, where military observers
believe the Russians would benefit by
the lake country.
British newspapers, though not minimizing
the importance of the AustroGerman
successes in Galacia, acclaim
what is styled the Grand Duke Nicholas'
elusive strategy in shifting his
front from north and south to northwest
and southeast. This maneuver,
it is asserted, has defeated the AustroGerman
blow to some extent and at
the same time denied to them a full
test of strength.
Thus the Russian retreat is characterized
in London as strikingly
paralleling the allies' victory on the
Marne. The struggle along the Dniester
and before Lemberg, it is considered
here, must determine which side
is the more astute in the present
Miss Nona McAdoo, daughter of
Secretary of the Treasury W. G. McAdoo,
who has been nursing in a
hospital in France, returned to New
York this week, upon the request of
her father who was afraid that she
would be unable to stand the strain
of a long period of nursing The
Drovers' bank of St. Louis, which is
located just outside the city of St.
Louis, was robbed Tuesday of $5,000.
The cashier was locked in a cage while
the robbers rifled the place President
Wilson has appointed Charles
B. Williams of Georgia, attorney for
the 'Panama canal zone The
Federal government's bill for cable
tolls for the month of May was $18,000
Brig. Gen. Charles J. Allen,
1'. S. A., retired, died in Asheville, N.
C., on Tuesday, aged 75 years
one hundred and forty-two new
cadets were admitted to the military
college at West Point, N. Y., Tuesday,
the new me'n comprising the "plebe
class," which is one of the smallest
in several years. One Chinaman, K.
Wang, reported among the number.
Loy Haley, a negro, was lynched
by a mob near Lewisville, Ark., early
Tuesday morning. He was charged
with the killing of Roy Lester, a well
known young white planter
William Johnson, a Catawba county,
N. O.. farmer was killed by lightning
Monday afternoon, while returning
from work in the fields Prof. J.
Allen Holt, head of Oakridge Institute.
near Greensboro. N. C? and one
of the best known of North Carolina
educators, died at his home at Oak
Ridge Tuesday night. He was 62
years of age Grand Duke Constantino
Constantinovitch, head of the
department of military schools of
Russia, died this week, aged 57 years.
It is reported that Count Zeppelin
of dirigible fame, is seriously
ill at his home in Sturtgart, Germany.
The annual meeting of the Tristate
Water and Light association was
held in Asheville, N. C., this week.
The strike of street car men
which has been in progress in Chicago
for several days, has been called
olT. both the street .car companies and
their employes agreeing to settle their
differences by arbitration.
Road Law is Unjust.?A viciously
unjust law is that which compels
younir men?who oftentimes do not
own a foot of land or a horse and do
not directly need the roads, to build
and keep up the county roads, while
men who own thousands of acres or
have bought land along these roads
on speculation and never do a stroke
of work on them, will get the fruit of
this compulsory labor of these poor
young men. Also big farmers and
merchants who haul heavy loads over
these roads, some every day, but have
l>assed the age limit, need not do a
lick of work on these roads.
It seems to me that it should be the
wealth that should be taxed and not
the individual?Otto Johnson, In the
Aeroplane Hero Killed.?Lieut. Reginald
A. J. Warneford, who gained
fame recently by blowing to pieces a
Zeppelin over Belgium, was killed
yesterday by the fall of an aeroplane
at Buc, France. Lieut. Warneford was
piloting the machine which had as a
passenger Henry Beach Needham, the
American writer who also was killed.
Lieut. Warneford and Needham fell
from a height of 500 feet. The lieutenant
had been spending a few days
in Paris where he came after his
Zeppelin exploit to receive his decoration
of the legion of honor.
According to a report received In
Paris, the accident resulted from an
explosion in miu-air which
Lieut. Warneford to lose control, the
machine crashing to earth.
Needham's body was taken to the
Ehglish hospital in Trianon Palace,
Versailles. He had been in Europe
about four months acting as correspondent
of magazines and a New
York newspaper. He had received
permission from the military authorities
to make a flight in order to get
material for a story. His wife, who
also is a writer, accompanied him
during the early part of his trip
abroad. She sailed for America six
Billy Sunday's Men Quit.?Billy Sunday
owns an apple ranch at Hood
River, out in Oregon, and he is there
at present recuperating from the exertions
of his Philadelphia and Paterson
meetings. Since he has been
absent trouble seems to have broken
out in his organization, Bentley Ackley,
his pianist, and Rev. E. M. Emm'ett.
his advance agent, having resigned.
Ackley was also secretary
for the evangelist. Discontent about
the division of earnings seems to be
at the bottom of the trouble, this
division being incited by Jealousy.
Ackley threatens to make exposure or
inside secrets, and the making of a
threat or that sort will at once put
him in bad order with the public, with
whom Ackley will stand about on a
par with the politician who bolts his
party and goes over to the enemy
because he could not get the office he
wanted. It develops that Ackley s
confidential friend is an officer of the
New Jersey Liquor Dealer's association
and it was this friend who first
got news of Ackley's resignation. We
are inclined to think that when Acklev
comes out with his "inside facts,
the Rev. Biliy Sunday will be ready
with a few of both the inside and outside
Cotton as Contraband.?The following
cable, sent out from London last
Monday, is of especial Interest to cotton
The Dally Mail today renews its
campaign against cotton in a column
editorial urging the government to declare
the staple contraband immediately.
The newspaper calls cotton
"one indispensable food for the German
guns," and adds: , . .
"Our embargo has partly stopped
cotton trading, but we have not cut off
the export of cotton from the United
States in neutral ships to neutral
ports. If we declared cotton contraband
we could seize ships with cotton
cargoes and demand of neutrals to
prove that the cotton was not intended
to reach the enemy.
"We could do this under the principles
which the United States asserts in
the War Between the Sections and
which were reiterated in Secretary of
State Bryan's letter to Senator Stone.
The Daily Mail says there are now
more cotton ships in Gothenberg
(Sweden) harbor than ever in history.
"Neutral ports in Holland, Denmark
and Greece," the newspaper adds, "are
all playing their part similarly. It
has been stated that fears of offending
America, which is the biggest cotton
growing country, are the cause of the
government's hesitation, but Manchester
alone has offered to negotiate for
the purchase of the whole^ American
crop at an excellent price."
General Carranza has declined for
the present at least, says a Washington
dispatch of June 16, to accept the
overtures for peace in Mexico, made
by the Villa-Zapata faction. Three
such offers have gone unanswered.
The latest, it became known today,
was made through the medium of the
United States. A few days ago the
convention government in Mexico
City over which Francisco Lagos Chazaros
presided, formally presented to
the Brazilian minister, as representative
of the American government for
transmission to Gen. Carranza a proposal
for a thirty day armistice, during
which time arrangements could be
made for establishing a provisional
government. The plan called for a
popular election. The proposal was
communicated to Gen. Carranza. On
inquiry as to whether there would be
any replv. Gen. Carranza is understood
to have said there would be
? Thomas J. Jarvis. former governor
of North Carolina, once United States
minister to Brazil, and United States
senator to fill out the unexpired term
of Senator Vance, died at his home in
Greenville. N. C., last night, aged 79
AT THE CHURCHES.
Rev. E. E. Gillespie, Pastor.
Sunday services?Sunday school at
10 a. m. Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Christian Endeavor at 7.45 p. m.
Evening service at 8.15.
&ev. J. L. Oates, Pastor.
ASSOCIATE REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN
Sunday Services?Sabbath school at
10 a. m. Morning service at 11
o'clock. Evening service at 8.15.
Jas. H. Machen, Pastor.
Sunday Services?Sunday school at
9.45 a. m. Evening service at 8 p. m.
Rev. Henry Stokes, Pastor.
Sunday Services?Sunday school at
10 a. m. Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Rev. Jas. H. Machen, Pastor.
Snn.lnv Sf>rvict?s?SundjiV school at
10 a. m. Morning service at 11.
church or the good shepherd
Rev. T. Tracy Walsh. Rector.
Sunday Services?Communion service
at 7 a. m. Sunday school at ?.4.ri
a. m. Morning service at 11 o'clock.
At Smyrna and Enon.
At Smyrna?Services Sunday muring
at 11 o'clock.
At Enon?Services Sunday afternoon
at 4 o'clock. J. R Talbert, Pastor.
At Philadelphia and King's Mountain.
At Philadelphia?Services Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
At King's Mountain?Services Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
I>\ W. Dibble. Pastor.
Is Sickness a Sin?
If not,, it's wicked to neglect illness
and means of relief. It's wicked to
endure Liver Ills, Headaches, Indigestiiin.
Constipation, when one dose of
Po-Do-l^ax gives relief. Po-Do-Lax
is Pudophyllin (May Apple), without
the gripe. It arouses the Liver, increases
the Mow 4if bile?Nature's antiseptic
in the Rowels. Your Constipation
and 4ither ills disappear 4ivernight
because Po-I>o-IjUX has helped
Nature t<? remove the cause. Get a
iMiitle from your Druggist today. Get
rid of your Constipation overnight.
Preaching at Allison Creek.
There will be preaching at Allison
Creek on Sunday, June 20, at 11 a. m.,
by Rev. R. A. Miller. G. L. Suggs.
Preaching at Beth-Shiloh.
Rev. W. A. Hafner of Fort Mill,
will preach at Beth-Shiloh church next
Sunday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock.
At the Cannon Mill Chapel.
Rev. Henry Stokes will preach at the
Cannon Mill, Sunday evening at 8
At Clover and Union.
At Clover?Sunday school at 10 a.
m. Morning service at 11 o'clock.
At Union?Sunday school at 2 p. m.
Preaching at 3 o'clock.
W. W. Lipscomb, Pastor.
Your Cough Can Be Stopped.
Using care to avoid draughts, exuosure.
sudden changes, and taking a
treatment of Dr. Kind's New Discovery
will positively relieve, and in time will
surely rid you of your Cough. The
first dose soothes the irritation, checks
your Cough, which stops in a short
time. Dr. King's New Discovery has
been used successfully for 45 years
and is guaranteed to cure you. Money
back if it fails. Get a bottle from
your Druggist: it costs only a little
and will help you so much.
A Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness and sympathy
to us in the death and burial of
our beloved son and brother, John W.
M. W. Hafner and Family.
A Medicine Chest For 25c.
In this chest you have an excellent
remedy for Toothache, Bruises,
Sprains, Stiff Neck, Backache, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism and for most
emergencies. One 25c bottle of Sloan's
Liniment does it all?this because
these ailments are symptoms, not diseases,
and are caused by congestion
and inflamation. If you doubt, ask
those who use Sloan's Liniment, or
better still, buy a 25c bottle and prove
it. All druggists.
$he (fotton JRarhel.
Yorkville, June 18.
Cotton 9 cents.
New York, June 17.?Cotton futures
closed steady as follows: July 9.53;
Oct. 9.91: Dec. 10.18; Jan. 10.25;
Spots quiet; middling uplands 9.80;
WAIT FOR EVANS?
WITH THE WATKINS LINE
DURING the coming Spring and
Summer I expect to visit everv
Farmhouse in York county. I am
handling a complete line of the WATKIN'S
REMEDIES. There are none
better. Why do agents of other remedies
say "It is good as WATKINS."
32 tf. 3m J. W. EVANS.
COLORED PEOPLE ONLY.
OUR place of business is at the Odd
Fellows Hall. We have quite a
handsome line of Coffins, Caskets,
Robes and Undertaking Supplies Generally.
We have a good Hearse and
give prompt and efficient service, at
28 t.f. 3m ISAAC WRIGHT, Jr., Mgr.
FOURTH ON THE FIFTH
WE are going to entertain the people
of York county on the
| FOURTH. There will be a Horse
Race, a Fifteen-mile Motorcycle Race,
and a Mule Race. Also a big Barbacue
to which everybody will be welcome.
It is a glorious time we are
preparing for you. Come.
B. H. MASSEY, Manager,
47 f.t 6t York Co. Fair Association.
SCHOOL TAX ELECTION
1^1 Ul'iUCi la neiruji (j""' w??t. u?
1.N Election will be held at the CLOVER
CITY HALL, in Clover School
District No. 37, on TUESDAY, JUNE
29TH, 1915, for the purpose of determining
whether the Levy for School
purposes in said district shall be increased
to FIVE MILLS on the dollar.
The Polls will open at 7 a. m., and
close at 4 p. m.
W. T. BEAMGUARD,
E. W. PRESSLY,
JAS. A. PAGE.
Palm Beach Suits
Now, that the summer season is on,
you are wearing your light-weight
clothing, and frequent Cleaning and
Pressing is necessary. Let us do your
work. \Ve will give you entirely satisfactory
work at most reasonable cost.
PALM BEACH SUITS?
Cleaned and Pressed?50 Ctx. per
For Club Members?Cleaned and
Pressed?25 Cts. per Suit.
JOIN THE PRESSING CLUB?
Let us clean and press your Clothes.
Five Suits per month for $1.00. All
work called for and delivered. We
Guarantee our work to give Satisfaction.
WORK FOR LADIES?
We make a specialty of Cleaning
and Pressing Ladies' Skirts of all
kinds, and at Reasonable Prices.
Phone us your wants.
ROYAL PRESSING CLUB
R. I). DORSETT, Prop.
300 Pair Women's OXFORDS?at
About 400 pair Women's OXFORDS,
Were worth $1.75 to $2.00,?at
1 Lot OXFORDS, worth $2.00 to $3,00
1 Lot Men's $2.50 to $3.00 OXFORDS
1 Lot Men's $3.50 to $5.00 OXI-'ORUS
Our Entire Stock of Clothing Must
$18.00 SUITS?at $12.00
$15.00 SUITS?at $10.00
$10.00 SUITS?at $6.98
rn ortimci n? OQ
5.DU OUll O UI y-rt^u
19 Indies' $20.00 White Serge COAT
SUITS, Satin Lined; Very thing
for your Mountain Tri|>?at $4.98
$3.00 Serge SKIRTS?at $1.98
f?0 Dozen Ladies' Tan Silk 50c
HOSE?at 15 CTS. Pair
Saturday Morning from 9 a. m., to 12
m., and 2 to 3 p. m., We will put on
2,000 Yds. 25c, 35c, and 50c Silk and
Satin RIBBON?at only 10 Cts. Yd.
WHO CUTS THE PRICE.
To properly paint your buildings,
inside and outside, is a GOOD investment.
Fresh paint not only improves
the physical appearance of your buildings,
but it adds materially to the life
of your buildings. It prevents decay
?dry rot. GOOD PAINT rightly applied.
PAYS GOOD DIVIDENDS.
USE OUR PAINTS?
We sell PAINT?Good Paint, as
Good Paint as any dealer in the world.
Paint that has been time tried and
thoroughly tested right here in Yorkville
and in all parts of York county.
WHEN YOU ARE READY?
To Paint, come and talk to us about
your job?the Paint to use, its cost,
and other information. We sell the
kind of Paints that LASTS LONGER,
GOES FURTHER, COSTS LESS.
Whatever you may want that is a
Lumber Product?Doors, Frames, Sash
and Blinds, Flooring Celling, Siding,
Framing, Sheeting. Shingles, etc., see
us before buying.
J. J. KELLER & COMPANY
UNIVERSITY Of SOUTH CAROLINA
ENTRANCE Examinations to the
Universltv of South Carolina will
be held by the County Superintendent
of Education at the County Courthouse
FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1915.
The University offers varied courses
of study in science, literature, history,
law and business. The expenses are
moderate and many opportunities for
self-support afforded. A largo number
of scholarships are available.
Graduates of colleges in this State
receive free tuition in all courses except
in the School of Law. For full
narticulars. write to
University of South Carolina,
Columbia, S. C.
June 18-25. July 2.
If you drink ICED TEA, drink the
BEST you can get, and the BEST
place?the SURE place?to get the
BEST Tea is at the GLASS FRONT
GROCERY, "jist beyant the courthouse."
We sell TETLEY'S, LIPTON'S
WHITE ROSE CEYLON, and
HENO TEAS?All good.
When you want COFFEE that will
please you in Quality and Price, Flavor,
etc., you can get Just what you
want here. We sell VOTAN, LUX EL- J
LO. WHITE HOUSE, CARAJA, LUZIANNE.
Try us next time. 1
IP IT IS IN CANS?
We have it. No matter whether it
is Fruits, Vegetables, Meats. Meat i
Products or Fish, you'll find what you J
want at this store. f
LOWNEY'S CANDIES? I
In bulk at 40 CTf. a pound, kept <
FRESH IN OUR BIG REFRIGERA- J
TOR. Try a pound. J
Stone's Cakes, 10c, 9 oz. Fresh. !
W. E. FERGUSON ,
FRUIT JARS !
IN ANOTHER WEEK OR TWO j
the good housewives of this vicinity (
will very likely be "putting up" their t
fruits and vegetables for winter use. '
When you are ready for FRUIT JARS '
please remember that you can find
the FRUIT JARS AT HEATH'S?
plenty of them, and along with the i
JARS we have the EXTRA TOPS and '
NEW RUBBERS. Let us supply your j
needs in FRUIT JARS.
COFFEES AND TEAS?
If you are a good Judge of Coffee
and Tea and are particular about the
Coffee and Tea that you uae, call on J
us for your next supply when it Is
needed. We believe we can please
R. E. HEATH COMPANY.
IT CAN BE A SUCCESS OR A FAILURE.
WHICH WILL IT BE WITH I
YOU? ? ? ??????
Look at the men who are successful ,
In the eyes of the world. Ninety-nine out
of every hundred started a Bank
Account when they were young?and
stuck to it.
And now, look at the failures. Very
few of them have a Bank account now.
Not speaking of when they were young.
Perhaps you think you have not
enough money to start an account.
Haven't you a dollar? That's all it takes
at THIS BANK.
Just try It for a year or six months.
If you do not wish to continue it you
have lost nothing by the trial.
Which Will It Be?Success or Failure? '
IT'S UP TO YOU.
Bank of Hickory Grove I
IIICKOItY GROVE. S. C. ]
STERLING SILVER <
CUT GLASS ;
Come and let us show yon how '
easy you can make selections at j
this good store.
T. W. SPECK, Jeweler
THE CITY MARKET
WE BUY AND SELL CHICKENS
WE BUY AND SELL EGGS
WE BUY AND SELL BUTTER? 1
We handle the finest HAMS to be i
had on the market, Wholesale and 1
All the BEEF we sell Is of the i
choicest to be had?carefully selected i
Stall-fed animals?equal to anything
to be had in any butcher shop in :
WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
C. F. SHERER, Proprietor.
.. MUST BE S
We Have Arranged
Hats On Four Count(
Hats worth up to $2
Hats worth up to $3
Hats worth up to $4
Hats worth up to $6
ALL SHAPES AT (
White Hats, Black Hats,
Hats, for all Wear for ab
Deal Less. The Shap
More than Price of Trin
Dresses, $7.50 to $12.50?Sel
Until January 1, '16
will Send THE ENQUIRER
Cntll JANUARY 1ST, 1916,
l.vtn I PI.ITU LV \f T >
* *'i? - * viivu */* rv/vi?
Namcs at $1.00 Each, we will
give a Three-Piece Sewing Set, Including
Three Pairs of Scissors of
All names to be paid for l>y
Clubmakers on or before July 1.
L. M. GRIST'S SONS, Pubs.
LOOK! Now Isn't This a Nice Selection?
The J. K. Hope Place: 70 acres,
iear Tlrzah, on Hock Hill and Clay
dill and Yorkville and Fort Mill roads.
>-room dwelling: large barn; 2 tenant
louses and other buildings; 2 wells?
)ne at house and other at barn. Adloins
T. M. Oates, F. E. Smith and
Vlrs. Glenn. This is something nice,
see ME QUICK.
The E. T. Carson Place: 186 acres;
S-room dwelling; 3-room tenant
louse; large barn; crib, etc. Plenty
>f wood. Adjoins W. R. Carroll and
>thera. Now is your time to see me.
Two Tracts?One 63 acres and the
ither 60 acres?about . C miles from
forkvllle on McConnellsville-Chester
oad. First tract has 4-room dwellng;
barn, crib and cotton house. Oth?r
tract has one tenant house. Each
ract watered by spring and branch.
Plenty of timber. Good, strong land,
ind the price is right. Better see me.
Town Property: My offerings here
ire very attractive. Can suit you either
in a dwelling or a beautiful lot In
ilmost any part of Town on which to
jrect one. Let me show you.
Geo. W. Williams
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Porto Rico Molasses
Just at this season of the year there
ire no Molasses sold on this market
:hat will quite compare with the
GENUINE PORTO RICO
We have Just received a barrel of
this kind of Molasses, and if you like
'Long sweetenin " this will please yoj
xactly. Try a go lion.
W We Sell "BOBS" Chewing Gum.
FEED FOR HORSES?
Let us supply you with HORSE
FEED. Our quality is right and our
price is right. Also let us suppiy you
with CHICKEN FEED.
VAN CAMP'S PEAS,
EARLY RED BEETS,
WHITE CAP CORN.
WESSON'S COOKING OIL.
SHERER & QUINN
While I have never put in any time
soliciting AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
md have only issued such as I was
asked to write, still it is a FACT that
no Agency in the United States is better
equipped than mine for handling
this class of business, and few, if any,
ire as well equipped, unless they also
represent the LIVERPOOL AND
IAIN DON AND GLOBE INSURANCE
COMPANY, in which I place all business
offered. The L. & L. & G. has
leen doing business In Yorkville for
ibout thirty-five years, and has a recard
as white as the driven snow. It is
to the Fire Insurance business in the
world what the Mutual Benefit Life
Insurance Company is to the life in<urance
business in the United States.
Don't YOU think, provided you are
i thinker, that you would be better
ratisfied with your car insured in a
2ompany with such financial strength
as the L. & L. G., and a world-wide
reputation for Square Dealing, than in
ane about which you know nothing?
If your car is never destroyed, or
damaged, insurance in any company,
or none at all, is all right. The L. &
L. & G., has paid out over (5,000 for
automobile losses in York county during
the past year, but I am glad to
say that none of it was in my agency.
SAM M. GRIST.
HORSES, MULES, VEHICLES.
TYSON & JONES BUGGIES
Before YOU buy your next Buggy?
Now or Later?come and see us about
the mutter before you buy. We sell
the well-known, thoroughly tested
TYSON 6. JONES
And we know and you doubtless know,
that there is no better Buggy sold on
this market than the TYSON &
JONES Buggies. Scores of York
County people will tell you that they
have never owned or used a Better
Buggy than the Tyson & Jones vehicle
and few of them that are as good.
We ran supply the kind of Buggy
you want and you will find that our
prices will give you the Maximum of
Buggy Value for the Price You Pay.
Come and see US about it whenever
YOU are in the notion of buying a New
All Our Trimmed
;rs at Four Prices?
.00, choice 98c
.50, choice $1.48
.50, choice $1.98
.00, choice $2.48
)NE HALF PRICE
Mourning Hats, Colored
out Half Price-Some Great
es are Worth a Great Deal
received a lot of Sample Party
lling quick at $4.98 to $7.50
HOW OUR GOODS
A abhhm A mmm IB
i The Baby and Cb
at 4 O'cloct
with Each 2
70 We f
7 OC ?
... The Ti
J. H. 8AYE, J. L. RAINEY,
President. Vice Preet.
First National Bank
SHAliON. - - 8. C.
IT IS NOT WHAT YOU MAKE;
BUT WHAT YOU SAVE, that makes
Sometimes people get rich by other
means than Saving; but no matter
how rich they get, they do not stay
that way unless they SAVE.
Remember Coal Oil Johnny. He
inherited millions as the result of a
lucky oil strike; but he lost them because
he would not SAVE. Remember
Russell Sage. He would not buy
a dollar shirt if he could make a seventy-five
cents shirt do.
Johnny was a spendthrift and Sage
was a miser. We do not advise you
to be like either of them. However,
we would teach that freedom from
debt and cash on hand is independence.
And the way to have Cash on hand
is to SAVE all you get that you do not
JOHN S. HARTNE3S, Cashier.
For some time past we have been
hunting for a Coffee that we could
offer our customers with the assurance
that it would give Absolute Satisfaction.
We've found it. It is the
LORD CALVERT COFFEE?
We offer our trade this Coffee with
the following Guarantee:
(See that the Label is Not Broken).
If after using Entire Contents of
this Can, You are Not Satisfied In
Every Respect, Your Grocer (that
means Carroll Bros.) will Refund
the Money Y'ou Paid for It.
This Guarantee means just exactly
what it says, without twists or turns.
LORD CALVERT COFFEE is Steel
Cut, and Is put up in One and Three
Pound Air Tight Cans, and sells for
35 Cts. for 1 Lb.; $1.00 for 3 Lbs.
If You want the Best there is in
Coffee, try LORD CALVERT BRAND.
VERY LOW RATES
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA
Opened Feb. 20, Closes Dec. 4, 1915.
Opened Jan. 1, Closes Dec. 31, 1915.
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA
Premier Carrier of the South.
Tickets on sale dally and limited 90
days for returning. Good going via
one route and returning via another.
Round Trip Via PortFrom
Fares, land. Oreg.
Columbia, S. C 182.45 8104.24
Charleston, S. C.... 85.15 106.85
Orangeburg, S. C....82.15 104.79
Sumter, S. C 84.15 105.55
Camden, S. C 84.15 105.04
Aiken, S. C 79.15 102.45
Chester, S. C 82.90 102.32
Rock Hill. S. C 82.90 102.32
Spartanburg, S. C....81.60 101.00
Greenville, S. C 80.00 101.00
Greenwood, S. C 79.20 101.00
Newberry. S. C 81.10 102.81'
Proportionately low rates from other
points. Also very low round trip;
rates to Seattle, Wash.; Portland/
Oregon, Vancouver, B. C.; and manyj
other western points.
Full information regarding the various
routes, points of interest, sched-i
ules, etc., gladly furnished. Also de-!
scriptive literature sent upon re-:
quest. Let us help you plan your trip.
? * o.a?/>Iao nfhon nnr
VV ny puy luunai nBun-no >' -? i
services are free? Address
S. H. McLEAN.
District Passenger Agent,
Columbia, S. C.
W. H. Tayloe, P. T. M.,
Washington, D. C.
H. F. Cary, G. P. A.,
Washington, D. C.
W. E. McGee, A. G..P. A.,
Columbia, S. C.j
lUd Contest Ends Si
[?Vote Early and
5 Cts. Purchase.
ire offering extrao
ixtra Special 78 Ci
s in every Depart
>k for You T
Now, with the hot weather comes
a growing demand from the ladles for
more or less TOILET necessities?
TALCUM POWDERS, FACE POWDERS,
FACE CREAMS. TOILET
SOAPS, Etc. As usual, the YORK
DRUG STORE is ready for this service.
Never before have we had a
larger or more varied assortment of
TOILET ARTICLES of real merit than
we have right now. Ladies who desire
anything in this line will find it
worth while to look through our lines
of TOILET ARTICLES.
YOUR TEETH \ .
Ge sure that you take care of them.
You can preserve them almost indefinitely
by proper treatment. Use the
Tooth Brush frequently and with the
Brush use some one of our many Dentifrices?Pastes,
whichever you prefer. If you have a
choice, we have it for YOU.
YORK DRUG STORE
If* All kinds of Typewriter Supplies
?Papei, Carbons, Ribbons?At The
GRIT IS THE GR
A LITTLE SAND, Judiciously use
ful results. It is the Grain c
iness. Things move forwarc
Business Growth is not alone th<
llgent and determined appllc
YOUR Commercial Car will arrh
CHECKING ACCOUNT In T
It. C. ALLEIX, Cashier.
"You Had Better 1
A CLAY PEA
A BROWN PEA
I LOUIS ROTH
THIS VERY H
This terrifically hot weat
ble Clothing?Clothing that
least as near Solid Comfort a
of experience have little troi
wear for hot weather?the K
famous B. V. D. Underwear,
Vests, and Knee Length Drai
Still other knowing comfortal
Chalmers Porus Knit Unden
you will find both kinds here
prices. Get next, if you woul<
Every good dresser want:
for warm weather wear. You
have a dozen or more good sha
all kinds of heads and faces?]
J. M. STROUP, /. T
i ?r* i?
aturday Afternoon j
Often?One Vote !
rdinary values in
ts. Sale. Special i
ment. See them, j
YOU'RE READY to Buy or
Trade a Mule, Mare or Horse. We can
satisfy you In Quality, Size, Age and
Price, whether you want New Spring
Styles or on down to a "Plug." Come
to see US before you make a deal. We
will give YOU MA Square Deal With
. No Round Corners."
IV* Rebuilt Typewriters?As Good As
Ever?At Enquirer Office.
AIN OF BUSINESS
d on a steel rail, produces wonderif
Sand that Grips. It is so in BusI
by being Gripped Right
i outcome of finance; but an intel:ation
of the Best Methods.
re on time if properly operated. A
HIS Bank Grips things RIGHT.
bLE, 8. C.
O. E. WILKINS, President
ie Safe Tlian Sorry.'*
FARMERS who own Mowing
Machines, occasionally have to
buy repairs, and when Repairs
are needed the shortest time possible
to get them is too long.
Let US supply YOU?We have
various kinds of Repairs for
WOOD & JOHNSON
MOWERS?Try US First.
Yorkvillc Hardware Co
ffffl M Tfirn I
her calls for the coolest possimakes
for solid comfort?at
s is possible. Knowing men
lble in selecting their Underjiowing
Ones wear either the
in Short Sleeve or Sleeveless
vers, or B. V. D. Union Suits,
ble dressers prefer the famous
,vear. Whichever you prefer,
, in all sizes and at the right
i have warm weather comfort.
s a comfort, stylish Straw Hat
can easily be suited here. We
ipes?shapes that will just suit
Priced at $1.00 and Upward.
he Everything Store. I