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More Troops for Russia.?More Allied
troops are urgently needed it the
Russia-Allied campaign in nortl.orn
Russia is to be carried to speedy sue- .
cess in the opinion of virtually every i
officer and civilian observer at Arch- j
angel says a cable. Before the Russian i
winter comes it is hop*d to reach the j
hard pressed <'zee ho-Slovaks, estab- ;
Iish a front against the Germans and i
open an uninterrupted line of com- j
municatlon from Vladivostok to Archangel
through Vologda. ;
The available forces have been suf- j
li' icnt to defeat much superior num- (
le ts of liolsheviki but it is pointed ?
out that the necessity for more troops <
is not so much a question of maintain- (
ing the front as of impressing the i
peasants and convincing them that
stjfl.' icnt |*ower is at hand to insure i
final victory. 1
The peasants for the most part are i
' 11 v t#, the Allies and anxiuuii to I
aid tn the movement hut (ear to Join 11
the army because they are apprehen- M
.Hive, that the Russo-Allied forces are
not sufficiently strong. t
The Russo-Alllcd leaders feel cer- t
tain of important results if the forces
at their disposal are suflicient. When "
they reach the thickly populated .
provinces there are large Russian '
fon '.s organized and waiting to Join
them hut while they are maneuvering
through the thinly populated Hwamps
of the north the chief reliance must be
ii|>oii the Allied troops themselves
The A ustro-Germun direction of the *
Itolsheviki for.es is daily increasing ?
in scope Neat Kotlas there are known j!
to he JO German officers organizing .
i fii* artillery. I
AT THE CHURCHES v
s
?TlUltCH UK THK GOOD
SHEPHERD. I
Itev. T. T. Walsh, Hector.
Sunday Services?Sunday school at 1
Pi a. in. .Morning service at 11 o'"clock, I
s
ASSOCIATE KEFORMED
I'RESHYTERIAN, 4
Rev. J. I Oates, Pastor.
Sahhath Services?Sabbath school
at 10 a. in. Morning service nt 11.
Evening service at 8.30.
FIRST BAPTIST. I
Rev. 1J. H. Waugh, Pastor. ^
Sunday Services?Sunday school at
lo a. in. Morning service at 11 o'clock.
CHARLOTTE STREET HAPTIST
Rev. H. II. Waugh, Pantor.
Sunday Services?Sunday school at
lit o'clock. Evening service at 8.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN.
Rev. E. E. Gillespie, Pastor.
Sunday Services?Sunday school at
a. in. Mornl.>g service tit 11 o'clock,
lo a. in. Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Evening service at 8.30 o'clock.
TRINITY METHODIST. c
Rev. J. E. Mahaffey, Pastor.
Sunday Services?Sunday school at
10 a. in. Morning service at 11. 1
Special Notices.
At Beersheba and Ramah.
Service at liccrshcba Sunday at 11
a. in.; at Rauiuh at 4.00 |?. m. Sunday
school at Beersheba at 10.15 a. in.; il
at ltarnah at 8.00 p. m- C. E. Society y
at Beersheba at 6.30 p. in. f<
It Jno. L Yandoll, Pastor.
At Bethany.
There will be regular preaching at
Muinuny ncxi cmuuam uv ??. ....
Preaching ut Hero nchoolhou.se at 4.00 E
P- in. W. P. Grier, Pastor.
At Olivet. II
There will be preaching :it Olivet oil 7
next Sunday at 4 p. m.
It J. E. MahafTey, Pastor
Clover Circuit. '
Service at St. Paul Sunday morning >.
at 11 o'clock: at King's Mountain
Chapel at K p. m.
There will be no service jn the Clo- a
atwcfa x? xt Sunday "
evening. We will worship with the
Presbyterians In' a farewell service to
their pastor, Itev. A. A. McLean.
H. A. Whitten. Pastor.
At Hebron.
There will be preaching at Hebron
next Sabbath at 3.30 p. ni.
It til J. Ij. Oates, PastorCard
of Thanks.
We desire to express our appreciation
to our friends and neighbors for c
their exceeding kindness to us In connection
with the illness and death of
our darling baby.
James T. Hobinson and Wife.
Clover. S. P., September 11. It
HYMENEAL
_ - - i
Maukikp?At Christ's Church. Mt. 'I
Pleasant. Tuesday, September 10. at
3.3o p. ni . l?r. JOHN I. RARRON of _
Yorkville. and Miss EUGENE ISA- ,
ItKLLK A I'LL) of Mt. Pleasant.
Ii
OBITUARY b
I>ii:i> ? Near Clover on August is. of
catarrhal fever. MAHY WILLIE, three
months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James T. Robinson. The interment was
in the cemetery at St. Paul's
^ church, following funeral services by
Rev. It- A. Whitten.
FOR SALE
OKCONI>-lland FORI) (Touring Car) f]
^ in No. 1 condition. See or phone t
S. C. WILKKItSON. Hickory (hove, v
S. C. It* F
g
FOR SALE fc
I HAVE three pairs of Pure-Bred Du- 1
roc-Jerseys, seven weeks old und [
duly registered. Address me. Clover 5
No. 4. I . C. FAULKNER. 63 tf. c
c
urvTrn WANTED
lj*OK Good One-Horse Farm. Good t
* thlnK for the right man. York
No. 5. a
74 2t* C. K. STEWAllT. r
~ LOST s
T AST Wednesday, between Bowling 8
" Green and Sharon, an Automobile 8
Chain. Reward If returmd to S. B. c
PRATT, Sharon, S. C. It
DELPHOS SCHOOL
DATROXS and l'u|>ils will please
take notice that Delphos School
will begin its next session on* MON- i
DAY. SEPTEMBER 16TH. i
T. C. I MX LAP.
73 2t Clerk Board of Trustees.
ABRUZZI RYE {
rPHK kind that yielded 2S bushels per J
acre this year. Up to live bushels t
$3.50; better price for larger quanti- j
ty. Address l^owryville. It. C. Gl'Y.
71 t. f. 10t* 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA >
York County. '
IN THE PROBATE COURT t
s
By L. R. Williams. Esquire. Probate *
Judge of York County. *
WHEREAS G. N. McCALL has ap"
plied to me for letters of Admin- '
istration on all and singular, the goods *
and chattels, rights and credits of R. 1
McCALL. late of the County aforesaid, j
deceased.
These are, therefore, to ci and ad- }
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said deceased, to
be and appear before tne at our next
Probate Court for the said County, to
bo holden at York Courthouse on the
25TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 191S.
to shew cause, if any, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my Hand and Seal, this /
l<>th day of September in the year of
our Lord one thousand nine hundred <
and eighteen and in the 143rd year <
of American Independence.
(Seal).
. L. R. WILLIAMS.
Probate Judge of York County.
Sept. IS?74 f 2t*
XV Woodmen of the World Receipt (
Books for sale at Tbe Enquirer Office ,
or by Mall?SO Cents each.
VETCH SEED
There never was a better earl:
-pring Hay crop than Vetch. and i
(nixed with Oats and Clover there isn'
my better quality of Hay mixture an<
nothing else touches this as a soil im
prover. We have the Vetch Reed. Tr;
i few acres. NOW is the time to ge
t in the ground.
-ULGHAM SEED OATS?
Next Spring you will probably wisl
>ou had?a supply of fiats to help ou
our shortage of corn. Sow Fulghun
tats now--pretty quick?and sow lot;
>f them. See I s for Fl'ljfJHAM Sect
Pats. We also have AI'l'LKK SEEI
>ATS if you prefer the Appier.
/ULCAN TURN PLOWS?
There never was made a better 01
nore serviceable Turn I'low than tie
i'l'U'AN. That's the verdict of tie
nan who has used the Vl'I.CAN. li
asts and does good work as long as ii
a.sts. We sell Vt'IA.'AN i'lows ant
iT'LTAN I'KI'AII'S.
See us for "Shorts" for hogs, am;
spartan drains Dairy Feed for cows
"ERGUSON & YOUNGBLOOE
mm r.Ror.F.RiRS
ARE NOT JUST LIKE we would be
>1 eased to have them?that is. we can'l
iupply you with everything you wani
ind in the quantity you want It, bui
>e that as it may this Store is doin(
Ls very best to supply you with the
JEST Groceries it ls possible to secure
ind in varieties sufficient to give a
vide range of price. When you wani
omethlng for your table, either come
o see what we have or Phone No. 34
md we'll tell you what we have in the
dible line, and whatever you order 01
>uy at this store will be of the VER'Y
JEST QUALITY obtainable. Mosl
teople already know that, but po?sibl>
ome do not.
LEMONS, Just row. are 50 Cts. a
lozen.
W. E. FERGUSON
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
J. S. BRICE
Attorney At Law.
Prompt Attention to all I^gal
Justness of Whatever Nature.
Office Opposite Courthouse.
OR. WM. M. KENNEDY
? DENTAL SIltGKON ?
iffice on Second Floor of the Wylie
Building.
'elephone?Oftlce, t***: Residence 166
r i_j ii t
cnameied ware
I'snl l?y good cooks everywhere and
grows in |N>|nilarity from year to
ear hecaiise it is a Satisfactory ware
i?r cooking purposes. See us for
ITDDINC PAN'S.
11A XI?I, K D PORRINGERS.
8TKW PANS, with Pails,
WASII PA SINS,
ami other pieces.
:VER-READY OIL CANS?
If you need a good Oil Can. buy one
f our Ever-Ready. It is good. Holds
ve gallons of oil.
EAS?
You will find a choice line of TKAS
t this store. We have Silver Hox
range Pekoe, Morara, Ceylon.
Yes. we have Pulton's Yeast.
IOG AND DAIRY FEED?
If you want faster growing Hogs
nd pigs, see us for Peed. If you deire
more milk, see us for Dairy Cow
'eed.
SHERER & QUINN
CITY MARKET
YE ARE PAYING THE HIGHEST
IASH PRICES FOR?
EGGS,
CHICKEN8.
BUTTER,
Please bring everything you have tc
Is and see what we will do for you.
N SPITE OF SCARCITY?
We continue to keep a full and complete
assortment of the Fin eat Beef,
'ork, Sausage, Ham, etc.
We are here to do our part In helpag
to feed the people and we are doag
It
CITY MEAT MARKET.
C. F. SHERER, Prop.
WHEN A MAN SAYS"I'll
take a chance against loss by
Ire." It means that he doesn't like tc
hink of what his financial position
,'ahi.i Kn if iiia hnm? Ktnrft or other
iroperty should be burned without inurance
or under-insured- If he is in
msiness ho loses sight of the FACT
hat if it does not warrant him in carying
full insurance the sooner he qultr
he better for him. and his creditors,
lecause practically all wise and sucessful
business men do not carry the
ire risk themselves, but are anxious
o pay a corporation that is in that line
0 carry it for them.
I represent a number of Time-Tried
,nd Fire-Tested Companies, and by
eason of my long experience I am
repared to give Service and Security
eeond to no agency anywhere. Conult
me about Your Insurance needs ol
,11 kinds?Fire, Life and Accident,
ifflce Phone 124 Residence 71
SAM M. GRIST.
All Kinds of Good Insurance.
30 IT TODAY
If you are not already a customer
A'ON'T YOU ItKC.IX TODAY? My
Jrocery stock is complete and my
rices are the lowest. Don't take my
vord for this claim, but ask any ol
ny regular customers or make a few
nrchases.
1 have on hand a large stock ol
sundry Soap bought at much lowei
Igure than the present wholesale
rice, and am still able to sell a mosl
xcellent quality at 5 Cents a Cake.
1 am well stocked on Coffee of vaious
brands and although prices art
idvoncing mine have not. and you car
iave some real money by laying in s
tupply right away.
It is practically settled that the wai
evenlie tax on tobacco will be in reased
at least 17 cents a pound
? *- ?J k..
mil or course win oe puwcu uj u?
Manufacturer to the retailer and bj
lint to the consumer. I have a largt
itock on hand and if you are wls<
urn will buy now at present prices.
J. D. HOPE
SHARON 8. C.
MORTGAGE LOANS
fV\ York County Farms. Choice o
^ 3. 5. 7 or 10 years. Interest rate
? per cent: or, 7 per cent for quid
losing.
C. K. SPENCER.
74 Attorney.
FOR SALE
HOOD all round Work Horse, Bugg;
and Harness. A Bargain. Phom
187, York. S. C.
It* S. M. LONG.
I THE GREAT TONIC MANTONEj
WE ART EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR THIS TOXIO?
IT BUILDS YOU UP AND MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD.
, PRICE, ft.00.
! J. E. Briton, Prop. CITY PHARMACY Clover, S. C.
J "THE SERVICE DRUG STORE"
:ll
YOUR BANKING
i
) NO MATTER HOW SMALL-NO MATTER HOW LARGE
THE LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK
WILL GIVE IT CAREFUL ATTENTION. THIS MESSAGE AP'
PLIES TO THE MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN ALIKE.
t IK. N. MOORE, I*rcs. J. S. BRICE, V. Pres.
r
> M. E. MuCORKLE, Asst. Cashier.
!
L | ,, ,
t
j Over the Top--- XUITlip Seed{
Once More
NOW IS THE TIME to sow Turnip:
FOU SOME TIME we have been There Is a good season In tho grount
over run with work. At present and as 900 ILa9 the ground can be pre
we have been able to secure more pared the Turnip Seed should be pi
help and hope in the future to be the ground. You II find Turnips an
able to say "YES" when YOU want rood?VliJ and. *5
OUH services, because by so doing the Greens will be fine nc*t spring. B
We will be able to purchase more sure that you plant a patch of Turnip.'
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS- .. \\E SELL BUISTS'S SEEDS?
How about doing your job Yourself
and buying Long recognized as the standard c
SAVINGS STAMPS highest quality. Have a good big stoc
...i. i. .w, ... ..... v !. i u of the Best varieties. Let us suppl
with the amount lou would have you with the Seeds for you
,,a d Ls- Turnip Patch, and don't fall to plaz
I YORK MOTOR CAR COMPANY. * K??<1 patch.
YORK MOTORCAR CO. Tori Drag
s. l. courtney. Proprietor.
THE STAR THEATRE ^et Ready
TODAY?FRIDAY for School
' MARC MiDHHMOTT
And Naomi Childcrs in "Tlie Price of WE HAVE JUST GOTTEN IN
Film?." The drama of a man who A IT'LL STOCK OF SCHOOL
sought to build up his career on the SUPPLIES, CONSISTING OF
weakness of ? ^her. tablets. pencils.
inks, erasers, pens,
WILLIAM DUNCAN SCHOOL SATCHELS.
| And Edith Johnson in "The Spell of LUNCH BOXES, ETC.
Evil." Episode No. ?? of "A Fight for . .
Millions." Also a "Rig V" Comedy. ^K HA\E A FULL STOCI
MONDAY OF SCHOOL BOOKS.
PI-iGGY IIYLAN'D Remember?SCHOOL BOOK
And Antonio Moreno in "Rose of the ONLY
South," a love requiem rising above the
smoke and fury of battle. CLOVER DRUG STORE
x- buy war savings stamps. w? e#*
STAR THEATRE Phono No. 2 CLOVER. S. C
J. Q. WRAY, Manager.
Phone 153 Phone 15
MOTHER AND SONS CAir
All Found Guilty *UK bALljy
Crockery, Enamel Ware, Tinware,
fathers may be arrested Glassware, Churns, lamps, Tube,
SOON Buckets
The most popular' "Miss" on WELI* to ma*e f V,ery ,0n* ?*** Ver
earth. "Miss Ed U. Cation," with short?Our Whole Line of Hardwan
seven of her sons, were all recent- including too many articles for us t
ly tried and found guilty by the jry an(j jn print, But we extend t
COn.. , ? a" an Invitation to CALL AND SEJ
1 he sons are as follows: ug fQr y0UR WANT8
1 E. N. MITY, H. A. TRED, We assure YOU we will give ther
JP: E." ALOUSY, M. A?LF|CE.,TY' atte"tion' and ^ank you to
and E N VY giving us the opportunity of havin
YOUR order.
Day of Execution not vet set. SEE US FOR ROOFING.
I-or a full account of their awful
crime, sec Mahaffey's Book on tra-nrr tt a a nn /ia
"WHAT AILS THE WORLD," YORK HARDWARE CO.
Price $1.25 at Shieder's Drug Store, ?*
' York, S. C? or $1.50 by Mail.
Fall of the Year
I /a /If y) A ^ L//a^n 13 COMING RIGHT ON, and wit:
wfffff i?J\ B Iflf.\ It cooler days and nights. Soon yo
will be needing a new New HEATINC
STOVE- This Is the time to thin:
ihmhv tvlupiij about US and after thinking, comim
i(biiui-nN?raU(- t0 se0 ug about the STOVE you wtl
t< vpi \-t.'T< l'tp need. We have the STOVE?Coal an
h ELI J*. \EE\El\s. ETC- Wood-and at RIGHT PRICES.
ALL COLORS AND FURNITURE?
t Your folks are going to want some
ALL SHAPES. TOO? thing new In FURNITURE and FUR
NISH1NGS this Fall. Again, Call an
1 ltK.ED?YES, I UI( ED AT <jee US. You will save time and per
to vjpi i -pv wrtovu haP? money by seeing our Furnltur
ro . ELL EM I UK ES and getting our Prices before buying.
f ft lw ynn\v F\f TO VOTT SEWING MACHINES^"
LET US SHOW EM TO YOU. ^ Mr Man ^ yQUr w,fe a refl
ALSO LET US SHOW YOU? surprise party this fall by giving her
new Sewing Machine. We know sh
| THE NEW FALL STYLES IN' needs It W have them. All kinds.
LADIES' HIGH SHOES AND _ _ _
BOOTS?ALL LEATHERS AND M. L. f OKU
i COLORS AND PRICES. Licensed Undertakers nnd Embalmer
. . - . CLOVER. - - SC.
; Fienstein Bargain Store ^-woodmen of the world Reoeip
' Ilooks for sale at The Enquirer Offlc
or by Mall?30 Cents each.
; SCREENS ABRUZZj rye
WE W ILL TIIANK YOU TO PLACE * W
f ORDERS NOW FOR WINDOW
ANI? DOOR SCREENS THAT Y'OU HAVE a few Bushels of
WILL WANT THIS SUMMER. ABRUZZI RYE.
... . TITT? .. Parties who have sown this Rye sa;
i ruwrn6 !!? ??nNfnvupvv-Ato il Pn>'8 much better than the ordinar
LUMBER and the WORKMEN NOW ryt:
-We might not have all of them next * Nv0 wl? trv t0 make lt t0 your in
Summer. Remember, pLaae, that Oar teres! to see us for
Screens are made to Order?for Yoar
Windows and Doors. They are not ?PPLER i*ND
? - - BCfl OllftT PROOF
Just made to sell, but To fit ana 10 ?
I*ast and they do both. See Ua About SEED OATS. We have a good suppl
! This At Once. on hands and they are nice Seed OatJ
SCREEN WIRE? NOW is the time to feed your hogs
make them grow and put on flesl
r If you already have Screen Doors \V(. have Mill Feed, Rice Meal, Ry
r and Windows that the wire haa given Klour and Rapier's Pig Meal.
out on, we'll be glad to re-wlre your po not forget to see us about Shin
I screens. Better see about this too gles. Cedar and Pine. Also all kinds o
. We can get out of Wire. Building Material.
. Second-hand wagon for sale cheap.
JNO. R. LOGAN york supply company
C. MM5AN MOORE. Manager. Wholesale and Retail,
i
i
< A >"? - IV
: oSyoto*1 us. a Lfozei
? EYES FOR CHOICE CALIFORNIA
LEMONS.
f TOUR EYES are without a doubt GOOD VIRGINIA APPLES?
the most Important organ of the body 20 CTS. DOZEN,
and should be taken special care of. BANANAS?
You should have them carefully exam- . nnri ? p<pa dozfn
ined occasionally whether you wear ^d 50 CTS. DOZEN.
Glasses or not If It be Real, Honest NATIONAL BISCUIT CO. S
- Service and Protection you want see Fancy Cakes and Crackers, all c
Shieder, "The Optometrist"; If it Is the many kinds and Fresh.
Style you want, see 8hteder also; If It SALTED PEANUTS
! ssrtsst*is sn-tb-T.vr^r.jss
some one else. them FRESH.
Ask the hundreds of glad souls who TOBACCOS, CIGARS?
have been to see me about my work CIGARETTES?A good line. In
" and prices, and see what the man that eluding most all of the popula
fit you with glasses did for your pock- brands.
f etbook. LET us SERVE YOU IN OUR LINE
? All Examinations Free. Yorkvillo Candy Bitches
D. L. SHIEDER, D. O. JOHN DEM AS. Prop.
Bank No. 425.
statement of condition of
the planters' bank
Located at Sharon, S. C., at the clooe
of business August Si, 1918:
Resources.
Loans and discounts $92,185 93
Overdrafts 67 29
Bonds and stocks owned by
the hank 18.125 00
Due from Banks and
Bankers 7.00* 56
Currency 1,390 00
Silver and Other Minor
Coin ? 161 70
Checks and cash items 15.000 00
Total $128,932 13
"1 Liabilities.
I Capital stock paid in $35,000 00
I Undivided JToflts, less Cur
rent Expenses and taxes
paid .... 2.820 91
Due to banks and hankers.... 239 33
Individual deposits
subject to eheck....$20,539 57
Tune certificates of
deposit 13.832 32
34,371 89
Notes and bills rediscounted.. 32,500 00
Bills jwyable, including Certificates
for money borrowed
._ 24,000 00
Total ...J128,932 13
STATK OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of York?ss.
Before me came W. L. HILL, President
of the above named Bank, who
being duly sworn, says that the above
_ and foregoing statement is a true con?
dition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
J W. L. HILL.
) Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 7th day of September, 1918.
J NO. R. COBB. Notary Public.
Correct Attest: C. O. Burruss, M. D.,
? J. E. Latham, Arthur M. Erwin, Directors.
it
J Bank No. 169.
e Statement of the Condition of the
' BANK OF CLOVER
Located at Clover, S. C., at the Close
of Business August 31. 1918.
'J Resources.
, Iakiiis and Discounts $262,868 64
y Overdrafts 2,766 36
Bonds and Stocks owned
by the Bank 27,500 00
Furniture and Fixtures 1,835 48
Other Real Estate owned.... 4,261 90
Due from Banks and Bankers
34,830 72
Currency .._ 3,911 00
c.old 705 00
_ Silver and other minor
Coin 1,657 33
Checks and Cash items 517 51
War Savings Stamps 832 99
Total $341,686 96
Liabilities:
Capital Stock Paid In $ 30,000 00
Surplus Fund 8,000 00
Undivided Profits, less
Current Expenses and
Taxes paid 6,659 60
Due to Banks and Bankers
4,241 20
Individual deposits
subject to
Check $131,893 30
Time Certificates
of deposit 157,625 51
< Cashier's checks.. 1,967 35 291,486 16
Unearned Discount 800 00
S Accrued Interest 500 00
1 Total $341,6S6 96
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of York, as.
Before me comes JAS. A. PAGE.
jt Cashier of the above named bank. who.
being duly sworn, says that the
- above and foregoing statement Is a
true condition of said Bank, as shown
3 by the books of said Bank.
JAS. A. PAGE.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 11th day of September, 1918.
(Seal) J. P. S1FFORD,
I Notary Public.
fnrr-ira#ttnnt: ?
M. LC Smith,
T. M. Campbell,
S. A. Sifford, Directors.
' WHY DO ALL DOCTORS
J PRESCRIBE CALOMEL?
Of all the medicines in the world,
r doctors prescribe calomel most often
g and depend upon it most universally.
There must be a good and sufficient
reason?what is it?
If you will study the doctor's books
vou will find that the medical author
ities prescribe calomel for almost every
disease. The reason Is that calomel is
_ the greatest and only thorough systempurifier.
It makes the liver acti\e.
drives out the poisons from the stomach.
bowels and klndneys and thereby
purifies the blood. Calomel puts the
entire system in the most favorable
h condition for Nature to exercise her
u recuperative power. Your doctor will
3 tell you that drugs merely assist Nak
ture. That is why he prescribes caloB
mel so often.
[J The new kind of calomel, called "Cal"
otabs," is refined and purified from all
of the nauseating and dangerous qualities
of the old style calomel and Is
p- rapidly taking Its place, for It is more
- effective than the old style calomel as
d a liver-cleanser and system-purifier.
- One Calotab at bedtime, with a swale
low of water?that's all. No nausea.
nor the slightest unpleasantness. Next
morning you awake feeling fine?with
il a hearty appetite for breakfast. Eat
a what you please?fruits, acids or anye
thing. No restrictions of habit or diet.
Calotabs are sold only In original
sealed packages, price thirty-five cents.
Recommended and guaranteed by druggists
everywhere. Your money back if
you are not delighted.?(Advt.)
' SAVF. WOOD
BY USING ONE OF THE
FAMOUS
PERFECTION BLUE FLAME
OIL STOVES
FOR YOUR COOKING.
IT IS EFFICIENT AND IT
IS ECONOMICAL.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
SHIPMENT OF PERFECTIONS.
i^Buy More War Savinge Stamps?
You'll Help Uncle Sam and You'll
y
i. Help Your?a(f?He'll pay You to Save.
i,
J; York Furniture & Hardware
- Company
GOOD
INVESTMENT
I
BUY WAR SAVINGS
STAMPS AND
PROTECT YOUR HOME
AND FUTURE
GENERATIONS AGAINST
PRU8SIANI8M.
SOLD EVERYWHERE.
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CARROLL BROS.
i FOB BALE
fTWO Registered Jersey Bulls, one S
^ years old and one two months old;
also a number of fifteen-sixteenths
i Jersey Heifers coming a year old. T.
F. JACKSON, Clover, S. C. 71 It*
I Fal1
| MILLINERY, CO.
1 DJ
|[ TUESDAY AND WED
| TT rE are showing a wonderf
| " * this season?even better t
S you want early, because i
? fill owing to war conditio
| ; Ladies' Long Coats, in all the Ne
| ?Priced at
| Ladies' Coat Suits?Colors: Blue,
= very beautiful Styles?Priced
| i Ladies' Silk Dresses, in very snap]
| ; ors and dainty shades?Priect
| ; All Wool Jersey Dresses, in the ve
E ; All Wool Serge Dresses in all the 1
? that will appeal to your good
1 KIRKPA TRICK
1 i Buy W. S. S. Sells It For Less
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Billikens ~m
THEY CANNOT TALK, BUT?
THEY SPEAK FOR
THEMSELVES.
THEY CANNOT SEE. BUT?
THEY ARE GOOD F
L00KERS line c
AMERICA'S HIGHEST GRADE stiUU
CHILD'S SHOE. fnntu
WE SELL THEM. ...
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS. ^ (
McCONNELL'S 3
CHEAPEST STORE IN 80UTH Fall J
CAROLINA. tlie S1
Ladles'
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Ladies'
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EXPECTED TODAY?TUESDAY j LA
A SPECIAL LOAD of MULES and
MAKES. Come and see them. We.
Kot in a nice load on last Wednesday.
i# oaii want onvlhinp In nnr llnf* tt'p I
can supply your needs and wants. UU
t? buy war savings stamps. yc
JAMES BROS. gj*
laid in
One of
MILLINERY PARLOR S
Pants i
Mrs. J. M. FERGUSON. .
We als
CL
I AM AT THE SERVICE OF THOSE pnU
WHO DESIRE INFORMATION AS l/UH
TO MILLINERY MATTERS- M<
FELT
IF I DO NOT happen to have what thine n
YOU want I can HELP YOU TO GET ou8 M*
I IT on short notice. jn
YOU have a Hat that You may not Shades
think a great deal of; but the probability
is that I can fix it so YOU WILL ciiAr
THINK MORE OF IT THAN EVER. aflUC
FRENCH WAR BRIDE VEILS already
here or coming. ?
LETS TALK IT OVER. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUI
Mrs. J. M. FERGUSON II THI
FIRST NATIONAL BANK A
6HAUON, - 8. C 0__
? Mcmhrr Federal Reserve System? uirill'
WINNING THE WAR?
WILL NOT ALL BE DONE by the
"Boys Over There" on the firing line. ani
A big part muat be done here?BT : OvI
YOU?YOU must do YOUR part and I
YOUR part la a BIO part It is up j
to every one of US to do our utmost
to conserve everything possible in the 1
way of food supplies and to produce J
every pound of Food Supplies possl-!
ble. We must produce more Wheat, I
Oats, Rye, Pork, Beef, Etc-, and also:
WE must save money and invest it j Wuillllllllli
in War Stamps and Liberty Bonds to |
help OUR Government carry on. - -- ?
This BANK stands ready to help in
every way it can help to produce T/fDJUfi
move and bigger Pood Crops and to 1 U till 11
assist Yon in buying Liberty Bonds.
But, if YOU are a Farmer, let us insist
that You sow More Wheat, Oats, GOOD SE
and other Grain Oops this fall than ground and
ever before, and be sure to put It in sow TURNI
as it should be. the Turnips
J. S. HABTNESS, Cashier.
like most fol
CLEAJfUG AND PRE88DTG Us for TUR
SHOESXT
is r?al economy to have your we are s
1 Clothes Cleaned and Pressed fre- SHOES for
quently, and besides Clean Clothes, if an(] we wn
rightly pressed, add much to one's ap- call on Us
pea ranee. Satisfaction guaranteed. show you in
ROTAL PRESSING CLUB, have the Qi
R. D. DORSETT, Prop. Styles and 1
FALL DRY
CORDWOOD WAKTED
T WANT about si* cords of 4-foot Kiad to havi
PINE WOOD. see what we
? * w- p- GRI3T- ^buyw
GOOD RENTER WANTED
EXDR One-Horse Farm, near town oi G. W. \
r York. Address, BOX J44, York,
& C. 7S 2t SHi
1L, '
Opening
5
AT SUITS, COATS and
RESSES .... . :
NESDAY, SEPT. 17 AND 18 |
i
i s
? " n -*r*IV 1 J._ a. ? ITT
ul line 01 HLWineiy ana neaayivn cur =
han ever before. Come in and select what j |
e*orders are going to be extremely hard to ?
>ns. =
j s
west Fall Styles, Colors and Cloths i |
$7.50 to $39.95 i|
Black, Brown and Reindeer?in I
I at $9.95 to $39.95 |
ay Fall Styles and in beautiful col- j ?
1 at $7.95 to $34.95 j5
try best Fall styles?Priced at =
J $16.50 to $27.50 : |
best colors and styles Dresses i s
taste?Priced at $9.95 to $34.95 1|
'-BELK COMPANY I
i. Sells It for Less. Buy W. S. S. ; | .
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E NEWEST STYLES IN
IRVING DREW SHOES
or several years past the IRVING DREW
>f Ladies' Fine Shoes has been the recognized
itiru ui Vjjuuu i^y , oi^ic uuu t^uup 111 uiiuiw luiu
reai-. This season's showings at this store
iasily sustain the reputation of past years.
,re now showing the New Fall styles in Drew
Shoes and Boots and will be pleased to have
^ady friends call and see the correct styles in
footwear?All Styles, All Leathers. A few of
tyles we have? L
GRAY KID BOOTS?Louis Heels?Lace?Pair _...$12.50
TAN KID HIGH SHOES?Louis Heels?Lace .. .Pair .$10.00
BLACK KID SHOES?Variety of Heel styles and ToesIced
at $5.50, $0 00, $7.50 and $8.50
ENGLISH WALKING SHOES?Black Kid?Priced at. $4.00
WHITE KID High Shoes?Priced at $8.50
SOLID COMFORT SHOES?Flexible Caps, Low Heels.
3ome of them Rubber Heels?Priced at $5.50
FLORSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN.
ENGLISH SHOES?Dark Tan (Rajah Calf)?A swell
idel for the man who wants ultra stylish shoes?Priced at
.. $8.00 and $8.50
weathers In Conservative Models and at same Prices
THE HERMAN LINE IS HERE TOO.
? have these in ENGLISH. MUNSON and CONSERVATIVE
lSTS?To suit the taste of all comers?All of the same high
ide in Moderately Priced Shoes for Men who are looking for
ality and Style at the same time?Priced at
.*. $8.50 to $7.50
RRECT CLOTHING FOR BOYS' WEAR.
?UR BOY WANTS to have his Clothes look Just as well as
He has his own ideas of Styles and Qualities and to meet
nand of the Boy who knows what Good Clothes are. we have
a stock of the famous "DUBBEL BILT" BOYS' CLOTHING?
the highest grade lines of Clothing for Boys on the market?
find in this line all the Snap, and Style that can bo put into
Jlothing . We have them in the Colors and Styles that will
to his taste?Every' Coat is re-inforced at the elbows and all
are re-inforced at the knees and in the seat?Priced at
_ $9.75, $12.75, $18.75
0 have a complete line of Boys' DOUBLE WEAR FALL
.OTHING?At $5.00 to $10.00
IRECT HAT STYLES FOR YOUNG MEN
DST YOUNG MEN are particular about the style of their
HATS?They want the very latest lit shape and the correct
a to shade. We have them. Just received a line of the famlLLORY
HATS, especially made for Young Men's wear?here
, Laurel, Palmetto, Black Nubian, Moss Moselle, and Bronze
?The Beet of the New Fall Styles?Priced at 94.50
s J. M. STROUP SHOES II
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I BIG GASTON COUNTY FAIR
T GASTONIA, OCTOBER 8, 9,10,11,12
DIAL REDUCED RATES BY RAIL
FINE ROADS BY AUTOMOBILE
FREE TICKETS FOR
[00L CHILDREN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9
FOR PREMIUM LIST OR INFORMATION' WRITE
juTTI ATT TT.XT "Pvonntiro Sp^rplnrv
XViliX/ lTlt XXiJ B A I'ill j UAVUuvi v \j w* vvm* ^ ^ I
Gastonia, N. C.
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roix CLINTON BROS, Cash Grocery
ASONS are now in the
NOW la a good time to
P SEED. You will enjoy ppn rrn p/\n
and later on in the win- V If If I IV If# If#
V spring you will enjoy the ijlili U k/ A \Sm\
Salad?That la if you are
Iks, you'll enjoy them. See
WID 8PFT1 vn i Irish POTATOES?
pec tally well stocked on LARGE YELLOW ONIONS?
all members of the family
I be pleased to have you FRESH CABBAGE?
and see what we have to ??
the way of footwear. We HOG FEED?
to'prlce*6 Varletle"' thC RED RUST PROOF OATS?
'2?9Z. New Fell Dry LARGE SIZE SNOW DRIFTJW
in stock and we wUl be GOOD VINEGAR?
e shoppers call on us and
> have. PHONE No. 59.
AR SAVINQ8 STAMPS.
VHITESIDES & CO. CLINTON BB0THEB8
UtON - - 8. C. BUY WAR SAVING8 STAMPS.

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