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AT THE CHURCHES
FIRST HAITI ST. Rev. B. H. Waugh, Pastor. Sunday Services? -Sunday school at 10 a. rn. Morning service .at 11. Kvcnjng service at S.30. 1 Jr. \Vrn. M. tm Vines will preach at hoth services. There will he joint Sunday school services at the First Baptist church Sunday. Charlotte Street church teachers and pupils are cordially invited to attend. ASSOCIATK REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. J. R Oates, Pastor. Sal.hath Services? Sal.hath school ot 10 a. in. No other service. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Rev. E. E. Gillespie, Pastor Sunday Services?Sunday school at P? a. in. No other service. CHARLOTTE STREET BAITIST Rev. B. H. Waugh. Pastor. Sunday Services? Sunday school at 10 a. in. CHURCH OK TIIK fjoof) SHEPHERD. Rev. T. Tracy Walsh, Itcctor. Sunday Services?Sunday school at 10 a. m. TRINITY METHODIST. Rev. J. E. Mahaffey, Pastor. Sunday Services?Sunday BChool at 10 a. in. .Morning service at II. Special Notices. Bethany. Theiv will he no Sahhath school at Bethany next Sahhath. A. M. MclJill. Clover Circuit. St. I'aul at 11 a. ill.; King's Ml. <'ha|>e| at 5 |>. in.. I "lover at s.3u p. in. II. A. Whitt.ii. I'astor. Beersheba and Ramah. Services at Iteersheha at II a. in., and at Ramah at I |>. in. J. I,. Yandc|J. I'astor. Olivet. There will he services at Olivet Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock, conducted hy the presiding elder. Rev. .1. It. T. Major. A meeting of the <|ttnrterly conference will follow the ser- . vices. J. K. Mahaffey. Rastor. To Our Telephone Patrons in York. Several of our York suliserihcrs liuve lodged complaint regarding the new "("oinmoii Itattcry" telephone service now Is'ing furnished at Yolk. We appreciate the manner in which the matter was brought to our attention iiti.l lit.v.. ni'iila. v. Iluiniiii'h investiga lion or all complaints. When sifted down, the whole matter is summed up in the criticism of one subscriber who said: "I can't hear a thing." The inaliijity to hear is not due to the faintness. hut to the loudness of the sounds in the receiver. To remedy this trouble we have taken the matter up with the Keliotti; Switchboard and Supplv Company who designed and built the new nppaiatus just Installed at York. Awaiting their reply from Chicago we 1 would call the attention of our Subscribers to the following facts regarding the new service: <11 Talk very low when using the Telephone. CM Mon't shout. (The side tones ' and "echoes" will drown out what >011 say.) 1 CO Have mouth about one-half ' Inch to three-fourths of an iii^h from I' tile mouthpiece. ' (I) Face the transmitter when ' talking, keeping mouth at proper distance. (f?) Remember that no small dry butteries are used on your new tele- ' phones, but large storage batteries now furnish an abundance of power: also remember that all telephones and apparatus are brand new. consequenthigh txaasniiftslon is experienced ' W^^WM-tfce faintest sounds are carried < distinctly to the receiver at the other * end of the line. I test assured that we will do everything in our |K?\ver to render you the \or\ best service possible. Constructi\c criticisms arc welcomed. You arc cordially inviied in visii me now exchange si'I* new apparatus in |n I'iilinn. Res|?c<'t fully. I'ii iliiiiini Telephone X- Ti'lit'iiiiih Co. OBITUARY IMKI??At her home in Yorkville. on , Tuesday. August 13. at 12 o'clock. . night. ADDIK CRKIGHTi>N, wife of , W. M. Orcighton. Mrs. Orcighton was .| a hunt 38 years of ago. The interment , was at Rose Hill cemetery after fune- j ral services conducted l?y Rev. .1. K. MahalTey. HYMENEAL Makkikii?In Sumter, on August 10, ' Miss II>A LOUISE Lei I RAND ami Mr. ; I ?e\VITT HRUNK. The ceremony took place at the home of Rev. J. R. Ligon, on Oakland avenue, anil was performeil l?y Rev. W". K. Thayer, pastor of the First Iiaptist church of Sumter. , FOR SALE A ROOD Grade Jersey, with a young ** ?'all'. J. I>. LAND. No. 1. Yorkville. * FOR SALE A Good Grade Jersey, with a young 1 n i'aIf. See J. C. DU'KSON, No. 1. ! Yorkville. It* FOR RENT OIX Room House on Wright avenue. < ? Bath room, running water, etc. Ap- i ply to J. M. STROl'P. . 06 f 11 , LOST piSK Tire, size 30\3J: Idaek tread. 1 * non-skid. Kinder notify \V. W. WALKER. Ileiidcrsonville. N. C.. and receive reward. It* ~ TK? ICE SITUATION OEt'Al'SCPf the long sustained heat" ed spell and the increased consumption of ice everywhere, we are ( finding it increasingly difficult to keep up the local supply, and in hopes of avoiding an actual famine we are advising our customers to at once begin . conservation along the line of using as little ice as possible. It YORKVILLE COTTON' OIL CO. ^ COLLEGE Of uiiaiill3ivii Founded 1785. A COLLEGE of highest standard. , " open to men and women. An intentionally limited enrollment insures individual instruction. Four year courses lead to Bachelor's Degree. The Pre-Medical course a special feature. Military Training, established in 1817 under War Department Regulations, is in charge of U. S. Army ofticerAdd ress HARRISON RANDOLPH, it President, Charleston. S. C. YE OLD FIDDLERS' CONVENTION XJICKORY GROVE School Audito** rium, FRIDAY Evening, August 16th. 8 o'clock p. m. Given for the benefit of The Red Cross. A varied programme, introducing some novel features, will be carried out. Come and enjoy the occasion and help a Good Cause. Admission: 15c and 25c. Miss JULIA McGILL, 65 tf. 2t Chm. Ent. Com. WATER FAMINE THREATENED OERSONAL investigation discloses * the fact that the public Water Supply is more nearly exhausted than has ever been known, and this is to request the immediate discontinuance of the use of the public Water Supply for other than absolutely necessary purposes. As an emergency precaution, in which I expect the support of the Town Council and the Public Works ^Commission. I hereby forbid the use of ^9t>ublic water for sprinkling gardens or lawns. The voluntary co-opemtion of all water consumers Is most earnestly urged. It I. W. JOHNSON. Mayor FOR SALE TyiY House and Lot, 216 East Jefferson street. Desirable location. i 65 Mrs. M. B. CLINTON. ' FOR SALE 'PHE J. J- Sherer place, 103 acres, and Wash Kobi.-son place of 100 a< res. Will sell cheap and on lonft > time. ^ THOS. F. McDOW. 59 tf FOR RENT THE Metta Residence, on Main "Street, N A pply to C. E. 8PENCER. Atty. 37 may 7 t. f. tf J 6 PER CENT INTEREST LOANS ^ /"YN" improved York County Farms. I .one term: Choice of 3. 5. 7. or 10 \ears. An arrangement for easily pa\iiix debts with cheap money. C. E. SI'E.VCKU. Attorney. A OPENING OF BOOKS OF SUBSCRIPTION " TIIK Subscription Books of the Ridge Gin and Seed Company will be ( opened at the store of T. B. Quinn. C near Bowling Green, on Monday, August 19, 191X. w. r. WII^SON, ? It. C. PATRICK. , it* Petitioners. ^ ROAD FUND DISBURSEMENTS j Money Kjpendcd In King's Mountain Township To August I at. pobliOWIXO is a statement of the * Road Funds disbursed in King's Mountain Township during the four months' period from April 1 to August I: A. .?. I'arrott's Quarter. April 2 To G. i?. Flanagan $ 42 25 April 22 To J. J. McCarter ... X 50 T April 12 To Ren Montgomery X 6o July <" To A. J. Parrott . 25 00 > Total * . 35 r .1. N. Wallaee's Quarter. Mav 15 To K. K White I 3 85 May IT To K. I>. Randall.... 10 20 Total $ 14 10 1 J. U Templeton's Quarter. . April lx To Ren Wright $ 1 00 April 27 To W. K. Templeton. 10 oo Mav 11 To l>e|oach Whitegldes 4 95 May 21 To Delmaoh Whitesides 3 30 June x To J. L* Templeton 2? 00 June x To Dolii Bratton .... . 2 50 June 21 To T. S. Stowe 6 30 June 22 To Jasper Stowe 5 25 June 22 To T. S. Stowe 1 0" June 22 To Walt Currence 25 Total J 01 55 j I. li. Deal's (Quarter May - To C. K. Royster ..$ 3 00 May 13 To O. M. Deal 4 00 May 13 To H. D Crawford 5 00 May 13 To H. K. Rogers 10 00 May 13 To J. 1,. Deal 4 On May 13 To M. M. Deal 2 5U | May 13 To J. H. Deal f. 00 . May 10 To Cicero Wells ..... 1? 25 ^ Total . $ 00 70 Cheeks by \V. II. Howell. April IS To J. s. A. McCarter..$ 4 50 April 20 To F. X. Davis 3 10 May 1 To .1. A. Rattereu S 60 May S To W. H. Howell. 10 days 30 0o May s To l<. M. Grist's Sons .... 3 S5 July 3 To J. L fieal . 16 0s July 3 To W. II. Howell. 0 days 10 00 Max 11 To \. A. Howell 10 S6 May 13 To R. M. Howell 6 SO June 10 To It. K. MeCartor. ... 6 00 June 15 To J- J. Henry 10 00 June 15 To L. 11. Jackson .... .. 10 00 June 17 To W. S. McCarter 1 00 June 20 To J. T. Howell 9 00 luly 5 To kirn est Jackson 50 Julv 12 To Clover Hilw. Co 5 00 July 15 To Met Sill Bros 2 4.x July 20 To J. S. A. McCarter .. 3 73 July 22 To R. R. Brown 3 00 July 20 To Bank of Clover 5 00 Julv 23 To M. L. Ford 3 90 Julv 24 To F. N. Davis i 1 00 \ Total $162 40 Grund total of expenditures for quarter $373 15 All of which is respectfully submittedW. H. JJOWELU Supervisor of Roads In King's Mountain Township. It TOE NEW CALOMEL A PERFECT SUCCESS Calotabs, the newly perfected calonel. is absolutely purified from nil of he unpleasant, sickening and dangorMis qualities of the old-style calomel, rite new Calotabs are rapidly taking he place of the old-style calomel tabits, as they are much more effective is a liver cleiuiser and system purl lor. yol arc entirely iree iruiu v?eetionatde i|iinltttcs. The now ('alotahs aiv sold only in n-iKinal. sealed i>ackaK<s price. thirtyIvo fonts. Votir dnmirist rofonnnonds Hid guarantees them.?(Adv.) fflE STAR THEATRE. TODAY -THURSDAY. IlKIJii: HRl'CF? With Antonio Moreno, in "A Son of , Ihe Hills." a modern Drama of the Southern mountains. Five Heels. FRIDAY. I>KG?Y DYLAN IV? With Sir John Hare, In "Caate," a Yitagraph Blue Ribbon feature. Five parts. Come to see this oneSATURDAY. WILLIAM DUNCAN? and Kdith John, in the greatest Serial ever produced. "A Fight for Millions." Kpisode No. 2, "Flames of Peril." Don't miss it. Also Two Rich Comedies, and the popular- Ford Weekly. STAB THEATRE J. Q. WRAY, Manager. M. It Clinton R. L Clinton CLINTON BROS., Cash Grocery j Just Received FORTY 1XHJXDS RAISIN I/OAF OAKJv? STRICTLY FRESHFORTY CENTS PER POUNDCLINTON BBOTHEBS Khaki Testaments We have a nice line of these and will mail one to any address in the United States, postage prepaid on receipt of price, 75 CIS., in Stamps or by Money Order. Send one to Your Soldier Friend, your Brother, Husband or acquaintance. It is a timely, always acceptable gift WATERMAN ID HAL PENS? *2.50 and Upward. You couldn't buy a better Pen?there isn't any better made. You couldn't give a more appreciated gift to your Soldier Ft lend or Soldier Son. Sent anywhere ou receipt of price. > NEW DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Are now arriving. We'll be pleased to show you. Better shop early. G. W. WHITESIDES & CO. SHARON - -at'. SILKSWe have a majmifleent stock of JIKKS an.l CREPE DE CHINES. I Coinjore our Prices and Qualities | vith any you have already seen. Our entire store is ablaze with ' 1 .lerchamli.se ltKI.OW THK MARKET i AI.I K. I I nf/>rn\iMi?i i 'Q : rteet your friends Here at the Chautauqua. Aug. 26, 27 and 28. $5.00 IN GOLD THE BANK OF CLOVER will pay i.voo In Gold to the seller of the First |, talc of New Crop Cotton Sold on the'' "lover Market This Season. Below is the record of sales for the 1 out nine years: j1 Sept. 3. 1909?S. J. Clinton. Sept. 12, 1910?Ernest Partlow. > Auk- 23. 1911?Arthur l. Black. t Sept. 5. 1912?E. A. McCarter. 1 Aug. 27. 1913?S. J- Clinton. I Auk. 22, 1914?J. E. BcamKuard. I Sept 9, 1915?J. H. ami J. P. Adams. Sept. 1. 1916?W. A. Cook. I Sept. 12. 1917?\V. A- Cook. And in the meantime This BANK is cudy to serve You in every way a tank can serve YOU and We want 1 'OCR Business. 1 rhe Bank of Clover CLOVER. S. c. VIM AND VIGOlt?WORTH A FOl BOTH ARE YOURS IF YOU TAK1 MAN! King of Reconst Builds up the Nerves, and Sexual Blood?A Builder-up o ".MAKES YOU FKKL < For Men and Women Ful! Mno Dollar?Al ; AS THE SUMMER D \ There is no doubt of the ii ! are leaving as a memento < ?we'll remember them u ; least, and then it'll be the i the meantime, you might ; fortable as possible. We < I UNDERWEAR? Knee lengths and slior in very lightweight Nainsc ! very comfortable?it fits, and Separate Garments. i SUMMER CLOTHING? - ' 't- *" Not as many as we he | we can fit you in a suit of ) j Palm Beach, Mohair or go i SHIRTS FOR MEN? ' In pleasing patterns, v French and plain cuffs, sof ' and priced right. BOYS' CLOTHING? Yes, we know it is ea ii 1 X 1 | Sossamon, Treasurer. CHEROKEE CAN] Gaffney iiwmmwwiii?iiiimiuiiimimiwiii : iraii uionimg, Din wc nuv in passing, so in case you school or on some other tr: 5 buy that suit of Clothing t | sure to need. Yes, prices nier years?the quality is , sure that his Clothes are : we will be pleased to shot shoes J. M. Sr THE FINAL PAYMEN o > LIBERTY Of the Third Issue Is J Please forward Your CHECK <- ? we are anxious to deliver these Bo The NEW lSSl'E will be on SEPTEMBER 2sTH, 1918. THE LOAN AND YORK, I "The Bank for miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Cans Ca We Have On Hand a FuL EES CANS, with Sole ed in Cartons, 100 to disposing of at the fo In lots of 1,000 or More Delivered at King's Creek. S York. In Less than 1,000 quan $5.00 per 100, f. o. b SAVE YOUR BEANS, T OKRA, ETC., The above prices are ( all Checks and Money O - FOB BALE I HAVE three pairs of Pure-Bred Du- , * roc-Jerseys, seven weeks old and duly registered. Address me. Clover So. 4. R. C. FAULKNER. 63 tf. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE THE Telegraphic News Service that is being displayed free to the public before The Enquirer office every day. costs 314.50 a week. It is paid for up to and including next Saturday. I bave a balance for the following week: but that balance will not be available unless it measures the price of a full week's service. The Enquirer will be ?lad to keep the service going if the people will contribute the money. All j contributions should be handed to me I ind will be acknowledged on the board | tnd I also beg to say that I will be pleased at any time to make a full and complete showing to any contributor tvho desires to know how the funds Pave been disposed of. Respectfully. | It W. D. GRIST. GO-CARTS TO BR SURE You will find at this Store a first-class line of GO-CARTS. Have them in all sizes and with a big ange of prices?Prices within the easy each of almost anybody. There's some GO-CARTS that are of inappy style In our stock?GO-CARTS hat wpuld he worthy of anybody's iaby. Bring your baby and let it seect the one it wants. You'll find the trice right. [MlXT FORGET The REDUCED PRICES ON FURNITURE DURING AUGUST. Quite a I arge number are taking advantage of he savings. Have you? Fork Furniture & Hardware Company t VTUXE A GONE ONE ructive Tonics System?Produces Rich, Red f the Entire Body. ;;ooi> a eg over" I Treatment?No Benefit No Cost II Druggists. AYS ARE WANING | i r l density of the heat tliey j >f the warm days of 1918 j ntil another summer, at ! "hottest ever." But in \ just as well be as com- ; an help yon? i 1 t sleeves and 110 sleeves, j >oks?Underwear that is j Have both Union Suits ! v. : ,ve had, but most likely light fabric?Keep Cool, ods of filmy texture. ith and without collars, t and starched?all sizes rly to talk about Hoys' ; e it and just mention it ; ir boy is going away to I ip, you'll know where to i hat you know he will be j are higher than in for- i just as good and he'll be j right. Yes, to be sure, i v you. j rROUP SHOES T OF 40 PER CENT I I BONDS Due August 15tli, 1918. to cover or call In and settle, as nds. sale at this Bank, commencing SAVINGS BANK s. c. The People" iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiii ns Cans U s I Stock of No. 3 PACK- i a, = Yi ler Hemmed Caps, pack- ? g the Case, which We are I si E s< Qowing prices: = bi E 10 $5.00 per 100 | 80 Jmyrna, Hickory Grove or S hi ' S ai S nt tities the price will be | i. Gaffney. | OMATOES, | "j BY CANNING THEM. | ?ash with Order. Make 5 p rders payable to F. W. | b HNG COMPANY 1 S = D - - S. C. = = tli RADCLIFFE CHAUTAl Mammoth Tent Full 01 wnrtk WhiL ff l/f ill rr nuv THE BIG OCCASION YORK, AUGUS I ^ '[ no ciof* LtcruKOL? ! ter&JZZZr&'SZS'jj^JfcSy ;. ' ' a-' . - . . I - i ' "i 1 BECAUSE OF ITS UNQUESTIONED EDUCATIO TAINMENT AND INSTRUCTION IT AFFORDS, PLACE HAVE GUARANTEED THE EXPENSES A THREE DAYS' STAY IN ITS WAKE UP AM THIS STEP IS BEING TAKEN FOR THE BENE. THE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE OF TH THE BENEFIT OF ALL TOGETHER. THERE ARE TO BE THREE DAYS OF THE EST BENEFIT WILL TAKE IN EACH I WHO CAN SHOULD DO THIS; BUT UN ONE WHO IS UNABLE TO TAKE IN TI IN AT LEAST ONE OR TWO OR THRE! See the Magnificent Programme as Published in Tuesi tertaining, and Altogether Delightful. It wi M. L CARROLL AND ' COMMITTEE ON 0 ^ Turnip Seeds '* i ii YOUR EYE8 are without a doubt NOW IS THE TIME to sow Turnips. j,r 1 e most important organ of the body There is a good season in tho ground, >d should be taken special care of. an(j ag soon ns the ground can be pre- nurl du abould have them carefully exam- pared the Turnip Seed should be put mlmi ed occasionally whether you wear m the ground. You'll find Turnips and s< lasses or nob If it be Real, Honest Greens good this fall and winter and "" v srvice and Protection you want, see the Greens will be fine next spring. Be * licder, "The Optometrist"; if it is sure that you plant a patch of Turnips, jrle you want, see Shleder also; if it ' l?e, ^ q^!? "T? ff'A yh(," WE SELL KUISTS'S SEEDS? whir ant to see Shieder; but if it be a big . . 1 Want t0 8Pend' se" Long recognized as the standard of -id.. me ' highest quality. Have a good big stock back Ask the hundreds of glad souls who the??e8' va^et,?' aLcj U8 SUPP'> ive been to see me about my work V?" with the Turnip Seeds for your . , id prices, and see what the man that plant dbsa ; you with glasses did for your pock- a &ood ?iz?d patch. -nite book. ,ni0' All Examinations Free. York Drug Store P. L. SHIEDER, D. O. MISS MAUDE M. EBERHARDT ~ Teacher of Piano and Pipe Organ I Rates: Piano, BO Cents per lesson; I TfTDNID CdtHC AIT Ipe Organ, 75 Cents per lesson. | 111111*11 '? ''Ut? *** ftUi Graded school Building:. <3 t. t 8t8 _V 1?- -1 * SOUTHERN PRIZE. PURPLE INDIES YELLOW GLOBE, WHITE G1 TOUR Coat 8ulta and 8ktrt* and L Waist* should be Dry Cleaned. THEY ARE FRESH AM) PURE re have In our employ a Dry Cleaner rho Understand* Dry Cleaning and ^ n D--_ OFTV DUi oes It Rifht. Send Your Dry Clean- J. ? Dflton, rrop. LI 1 I * rifl < Work to Ui. Guaranteed satl*?ac- "THE SERVICE l?ltl ran or no Charge. KELLY'S PRESSING CLUB. UQUA IS COMING! 1 f Entertainment and Instruction _________ \ AF TTTTT? CI? A CA\T ur 1 nil/ or^n.owi'N T 26, 27, 28 > " ; MiQUA I 4 Dr. ?/* ^' JVT^?. C#^y ItUQjJA PIPvECTOPS Cj/5'v Or cAostrrf jJ^ |Sy|M?'.i;<W!$ I ! | * ""' ..; i nal value, because of the enterthe business people of this of the radcliffe chautauqua in erica programme. fit of the people of the town, for e surrounding country and for rHAIITAIIOIIA and those who are i/iuiui/iuyun to have the full sntertainment of every day. all der no circumstances should any ie entire programme fail to take e of the entertainments. lay's issue of this paper. It is Instructive, En11 please all who hear it. Coming? Sure. IV. M. McCONNELL publicity. r ft tv CARROLL SUPPLY CO. Is Up 10 You _ <-i< were 35.000 fatal accidents In I'nlted States alone last year and wagons? million persons were seriously or a life destroyed every fifteen & nr v _a.. ..?mi . it*s and an injury every sixteen " ^''L w^n ^ ids. Ynr (and those-decadent ?1! , .. ft, i ,, ,, for hauling wood next winter. Jiee us on) cant afford to Is- without before you buy. We have the Wagons PERFECTION DISABILITY the WHTE HICKORY?-aa good as ... lrv ever built, and you II find that our policy prices are right Have both One and h insures against death by acci- ui'>Vi^v>'T^ni ??r rTlIn^? M ^C0s?!.0fand "youn^Kr a BUOGY now i | m J or later. SEE U8. We have them?sell linn ,n m? ,Jirv mu thp BLOUNT Open Top. Rubber Tired, lion, and is the iiolicy tnnt tills m. , i- T? 1 [MH-ket book in case of death or of ^ i l m iilit\ froin anv cause Invest!- Buggy of real Quality?one that will rro- an> cause. inw sti- D.xv r<>r ttsc-|f In Ionic Ura? service an.l today. Tomorrow, may ik- ioo ?rth 4very cm)t of 0ur prlce and more. Come and talk It over with us. SAM M. GRIST, CARROLL SUPPLY CO. All Kinds of Good Insurance. ... EXECUTORS' SALE OF REALTY X MONDAY, September 2. Salesday, between the legal hours of sale, by ?r|mrf\n / virtue of authority Invested In us as K IIII IS Executors, we will sell at Public Aurfvllil/lj tlon, before the Courthouse Door, the following described Real Property, bo! TOP SEVEN TOP longing to the estate of 8. N. Johnson, * 9 deceased to witi LOBE AND MIXED. 1. One House and Lot near Cannon Mill. . TRY THEM NOW. 2 Pour lots from the J. M. McClain property, near the Cannon Mill. DM APV fL?> Q r Terms of Sale: CASH. Purchaser to IKMAL I Clover, 3. L pay for all p&p nl :G STOKE" H. L. JOHNSON, V ?\M JOHKBU.N, | (4 f n Executors.