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CLOVER CULLINGS.
r,orre?pon<ienc? of The Yorkville Enquirer
Clover. September M.?Thi- SeptemL<
r itiic of the Andrew Jackson
? i h:i|?tcr. I". 1). <was held with Mrs.
James A. I'iuje on Thursday afternoon.
The meet ill If was presided over hv the
piesident. Mrs. J. A. I'age. The following
iirbKiHiiime was carried out:
Sonic, l>v all. "liwl Save Our Men":
adihv. "Woman's Work In War,"
Mrs. W. M. Matthews; "War For Humanity."
Mrs. Wade H. l'ursl<->; mil?n
. Mrs. I'aije; "A Comparison of tie
\un\ ?#t Im'iI with the Army of 1'jIS,"
Mi-s Jennie *1111cjice; recitation, Mrs. '
I'aire.
At tiie business fueetinic it was ?!? i
idol that instead ot holding regular
monthly Hi's tifiKH in the homes aim
s. i\ma refreshments, that aeii I'. 1>
<nu mber go to the lied Cross room
on tie first Wednesday afternoon ofi'
each month and work there if there is |'
spirit and perhaps other chapters will
litllow the example. All dues will he
I.. 11 > I a ml business attended to at the
i * ?! Cross room.
At a .ill meeting of the Civic League I
>o 'riiursilay aft< i noon. it was decided
to dispense with tin- regular meeting*
lor tin- duration of the war, lait to keep
th? same committees at work. This
organization has done a gn-at deal for |
tin town and it is its intention to h< ? |.
on working.
Miss ILocke of Less lie, visited '
Mi s Kstiur Ford here this week.
Miss Addie Matthews Is nursing a 1
liatietil at Itoek Kill.
Miss I-ilira MeKlro.v of the tele. :
phone exchange, recently visited her '
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. lioli- 1
ells, on Itoutc 1.
Miss I'ena Itoherts of York N'o. 1. '
visited Miss Igiuta Itolierts here this
Week. I
Mr. and Mrs. Kbenejcer Faulkner of
Itoutc I. and Mrs. Orr Sparrow, spent I
Friday in <>astonia.
Mrs M. NwlI and daughter. Miss t
Willena. spent Tliurstlay with Mrs.
Tom ISiadford on Itoutc 2. <
Miss Annie Lee Adams, who is I
teaching at Fort Mill, is s|iending the
week-end here with her patents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. K. Adams.
Misses l.miise Smith. Addic Niell.
\uih-s Vourifl.liK.il jiikI Mr. o. II. I'arris
were visitors in Itm-k Hill Friday
;ift?*riioo!i. %
l?r. I. J. Campbell anil family have
moved into tIn ir hundsome now homo i
on iln- I'.i tln l roail.
Consolidating the Lines?With the
American Army on tli<- Lorraine Front, |
Sept. 15. (Ity tho Associated I'rcss).
s |>. 111. 11 Indercd only slightly 1?> the
lo'i'inaii art i I lory ami maohino guns,
I 'i i siting's army today oontinnod the
consolidating of tlioir linos facing tho
defenses. Additional torrltory was
brought in as tho long lino was
straightened, tho Ainorioan troops on
tin- oxtromo right swinging along tho
Mosollo rivor for tho great gain*.
It was not a %lay of l.attlo for more
ground, howovor.so much as for the
v_ establishment of a moro dotinito front. <
' Not withstanding: t li?* evidence that
iniioli timo has In-on s|M-nt in improving
tho ohl llindcnhiirg lino, it would
not surprise military critics horo if
it woro yielded without a great struggle.
tho Columns preferring to sacri- I
tiro even their old |iositions to tho ob\
axis determination of tho Americans
to advunco l.eyond tho line, Fires
wore observed in Domniurtiu-l?a-Chnnssee
today. In almost every case
where evacuation has l?oon planned,
tin' Cermans hpvo carried out a systematic
destruction of certain parts of
their stores and with them wooden
buildings and barracks. Vilccy-StirTroy
and Norroy. near the Moselle,
were included in the territory regained
by the Americans when the line
stretched from the lliiideiibiirg |msii
axis was swung slightly upward on
tin' extreme right.
Ccncral Crowdor was anticipating
a totaJ registration of 13.000.000 men
throughout the I'nitod States last
- Thursday. Complete figures have not
yet l>een reported; but It Is believed
they will go over 14.000,000.
OBITUARY
l?n l> At his homo in Itcthcl township
on August 2?i. THOMAS A. Me-1
FAItl.ANl>, aged til years, 11 months.!
- "O.. ..I I!..Ill,.1 I'
I I U.IJS. I in IIIK iMit ni
alter t intent I wrvifi's I v Rev. G. W.
\iehle. The ili'i't'iisiil had Imh'II a
member tit' ttii' Baptist t'liurt'li for
;ilxnit forty yearn. lie is survived In
:i whlow ;ilid several children.
RENTER WANTED I
E^'R Good One-Horse Farm. Cloud
" thing for the right man. York
No. 5.
74 2t* C. E. STEWART.
MONET TO LOAN
AX good Real Estate security at 7
^ per cent Interest
12. tf. J. A. MARION, Attorney.
TOR RENT
rpiiE MetU Residence, on Main Street,
Apply to
C. E. Sl'ENCER, Atty.
37 may 7 t. f. tf
GOOD RENTER WANTED
l^< >R One-Horse Farm, near town ol
York. Address, RON 311, York.
S. C. 73 2t
LADIES
\r??lR Coat Suits and Skirts and
. Waists should be Dry Cleaned
We have In our employ a Dry Cleaner
Who Cnderstands Dry Cleaning and
Does It Right Send Your Dry* Cleaning
Work to Cs. Uuarantecd satisfaction
or no Charge.
KELLY'S PRESSING CLUB.
le- Woodmen of the Workl Rrtvlpt
Itooks for sale at Tlie Kntptlrer Office
or by Mall?30 Cents meJi.
CRIMSON CLOVER
?SEED?
We have a LIMITED nnantity of
CIHVNIW CLOVER SEED in the |
Mi'akV.'"at 15 CENTS A POUND
Itiirht NOW is tin- time to put it in the
ground and improve your soil ! > turning
it under next spring.
WE WANT ALL THE EGGS
YOU HAVE TO SPARE?
Itrlng them In when convenient. |
We will |ki\ you 55 CENTS a Dozen
for All the Freeh Eggs You Bring.
t BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS.
G. W. WHITfSIDES & CO.
SHARON - S. C.
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MOLASSES BARRELS
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\> r; \ r. v.i i nr.
ROAD TEN'
EMPTY BARRELS FOR
MOLASSES.
lb YOl' WILE LET I S KNOW
WE WILL SAVE ONE OH
MOKE FOR YOl*?HI T LET
l*S KNOW AT ONCE.
f BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS.
CARROLL BROS.
X-y Any day i? a Good Day to Buy
War Savings Stamps.
The Bank of Clover s
CLOVER. s. c.
YOUR BUSINESSNO
M.XTTKIi what jour lin<?be it
Harming, I?la> KsmithiuB. well digging,
meri hamlising 01 professional. ou?ht j
to l.i. lor jour own personal satisfuetion.
handled through the Hank?this
Hani; ii it is most convenient to >011.
TIIK HANK WAY IS THK SLIiK
WAY ol knowing just how you stand j
Imam tally. II tends to system in l?us- I<
muss affans. Il gives jour business }
alia I is a l.ettei torn- with tin- man
with whom you ilo business, hut do j.
not come into direct contact with. I', j
v.ol give )ou more conlidciicc in Vot'K
11WN HL'SINKSS AITAIKS. i
THIS ISANK. right at your door, of- i
tors lis services to help YOI' to het- <
i< r business methods. We want Your (
Hanking business and will do everything
a good bank can do to merit
Y? t business and your Confidence,
l...,a l '....li.l........ t I...,1 ?.t
u .sc. ?l.is liiink doesn't t jourj^
I usiness. Hut wo believe w?- (.'.'ill hav? ; M
both to >our advantage. I
JAS. A. PAGE. Cashier.
THE STAR THEATRE1
s
TODAY- TI'KSDAY 1
DASHING. FEARLESS (
M A It IK WAM'A.MI*. in ".The Lion's
i "laws." Tin- onlv wild animal serial I:
made. The theme. dialing with the
insidious Herman s|>y system, exjiosinjr
the inside secrets of Uermany's
itroeious attempt to plunks the whole
world Into a terrible Holy War. Show- c;
inif up how the Hun works in all < orders
of the earth. Don't miss this,
'otne. C
WKDNKSDAY w
E. H. SOTHERN? a
In "An Knemy t?Whe KIiik." A Hlue ti
itihhon feature, in l-'ive parts. b
THl'HSDAY
ALICE JOYCE
And Harry Morey in "Whom the tl
lods Destroy," an interesting Hlne
Itihhon feature. ('
STAB THEATBE J
J. Q. WRAY, Manager.
a BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS.
Mahaffey's New Book
LIST OF CHAPTERS: v
The Midnight Visitor
When the Sun Stood Still
Two Days Merged In One
When Sunday Comes on Saturday
Tlie Winding Stairway
Christ Crucified On Wednesday
Seeinq the Larth Uutside in
Mis Ed. U. Cation Uncrowned
Remaking the World
When Our Boys Come Back
A STRANGE BOOK?"
WKI.I,. WHAT nr THAT? s
THIS IS A STKAXUK TIMK.
i:i:\l? IT ItKI'OCI-: Vol* KICK IT.
Price, $1.25 at Shieder's Drug Store, {
York. S. C.. by mail $1.50, postpaid, i
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In
WPi!ilWCTflxyJHc-^WWf*Sp^S9p^^P a
VMIIHIMIIIIH I I I
EXPECTED TODAY?TUESDAY
A SI'KIM Al. LOAD of MCI.KS and
MA I IKS. Conio and sic them. We
irut in a nice load on last Wednesday.
If you want anything in our line we
ran sii|t|dy your needs and wants,
* BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS.
JAMES BROS. ]
FOR SALE ij
pHn?|i all round Work Horse, Uuirpj jl
and Harness. A Hartrain. I'hone ^
L'.n". York. S. C.
It* S. M. LONU.
Erskine
THE WYLIE HOW
COLLEGE WILL ]
wnMFN FOR 191,
THERE AUK SIX VAC,
EOR YOU Mi WOM
WITH THEM
FREE TUITION IN 1
FOURTEEN UNITS
FOB COLLEGE E:
MINIMUM OFTWE
BOARD AT REASONAB
COLLEGE OPEN
APPIA
J. S. MOFFA
THE GREAT TONIC
WK ART EXCLUSIVE AGE:
IT BUILDS YOU UP AND M.
PRICE, (I.OO.
J. E. Brison, Prop. CITY PI
"Tin: SERVICE I)
I VATID D,
1UU1V JL91
NO MATTER HOW SMALL?J
THE LOAN AND !
WILL GIVE IT CAREFUL ATTE
PLIES TO THE MEN, WOW
B. X. MOORE, Pre*.
M. E. McCORKLl
Bank No. 191.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
OF THE
Bank of Hickory Grove
located at HickOry Grove, S. C., at
the (.'lose of Business August 31.
ISIS.
Resources:
.on ns and Discounts <113,046 S3
?v-rd rafts 1.775 S3
-tonds and Stocks owned
by the Bunk ooo oo
'urnlture ana Fixtures .. . 1.400
>ue from Banks and Bank-is
7.313 77
'urrewy 3,700 oo |
Ibid . 10 i?f>
dlv-r and other Minor Coin 7S6 In
>tli?r Bisour? "s. viz 161' 'J* |
Tot.-, 1 $132,581 v j
Liabilities: 1
'apitcl Stock I'aid in .... i 25.0"i "0
urplus Fund 7,000 00 ;
'ndivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes
l aid 3JO 4',
)i\ lipoids uniiaid J 00
ndividual Deposits
subject to
Chick 341.10S js j
a villus deposits . S.54S 13
'ime Certificates
i?t !) |-osit J0.o.'i5 v5
'ashier's Checks ... .150 II 7".: 62 40 (
tills payable, including Certificates
for Money Borrowed
3o.o00 00 !
Tot*I $137,584 85
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of York ss
Before me came N. M. McDILL, i
ashler of the above named Bank,
ho, being duly sworn, says that the i
bove and foregoing statement Is a <
rue condition of said Bank, as shown
y the books of said Bank.
N. M. McDILL.
Sworn to and subscribed before m<
liis lHh dav of September, litis.
It. I? \. SMITH. Magistrate,
direct?Attest:
. N. McGIII, J. S. Wilkerscn. W. F. j
McGill, Directors.
THE YORKVILLE
ENQUIRER
Published Semi-Weekly.
V. D. and A. M. GRIST, Proprietors
Single Copy, One Year . . $2.50
Single Copy, Six Months $1.25
Single Copy. Three Months 65
Three Copies. One Year 6.00
Adilitional Copies, ordered and
IKiid tor by some individual by
the year 2.00
All Subscriptions Ml'ST be Paid in
itivance.
All Checks. I'oslolfice Orders, etc..
Iioiild he made payablt* to
L. M. UKI91 O ouno.
ABRUZZIRYE
\VK HAVK a few Itusheis of
ABRUZZI RYE.
Parties who have sown this !?> ? say
: |Miys much licttcr than the ordinary
ye.
We will try to make it to your inerest
to see us for
APPLER AND
RED RUST PROOF
>KKI) MATS. We have a Rood supply
n hands anil they are nice Seed Oats.
Now is the time to feed your hogs,
liake them crow and put on flesh.
Ve have Mill Feed. Rice Meal, Rye
'lour and Kapler's I'ic Meal.
Do not forcet to see us ahout Shinies.
Cedar and Pine. Also all kinds of
tuilding Material.
Second-hand wuRon for sale cheap.
YORK SUPPLY COMPANY
Wholesale mill Retail.
SHORTHAND INSTRUCTION
f AM teaching the Pltmanic System of
L SHORTHAND in the Rratton Ruildug.
corner of Congress and Jefferson
treels, giving lessons on Mondaysand
hursdays. Full course in principles
nil practice for $60. For further pariculars
write or call on me. York
Co. 4. Mrs. J. A. SHANNON.
73 t 13t
Cnllpcrp
[E IN ERSKINE
DECEIVE YOUNG ,
8-19.
\NT SCHOLARSHIPS
EN, WHICH CAMIV
*
ERSKINE COLLEGE
ARE REQUIRED
S'TRANCE WITH
LYE UNITS.
LE RATES.
S SEPTEMBER 25TH.
t TO
T T, President.
MANTONESTS
FOK T1IIS TOXIC?
AKES YOU rai-X GOOD.
I ARM AC Y Clover, S. C
Iia ? STOKE"
\NKING
tO MATTER HOW LARGE
SAVINGS BANK
XTIOX. THIS MESSAGE .'lPEX
AND CHILDREN ALIKE.
J. S. BRICE, V. Pres.
E, Asst. Cashier.
TAX NOTICE?1918
Office of the County Treaeurer of Yorl
County.
York. S. C.. Sept. 17. 1918.
T^OTICE is hereby given that th<
TAX BOOKS for York Count;
v ill be opened on TUESDAY'. th<
15TII DAY OF OCTOBER. 1918. ant
remain open until the 31ST DAY' OF
DECEMBER. 1918. for the eollectior
of STATE. COUNTY. SCHOOL ani
LOCAL TAXES, for the fiscal yeai
191S. without penalty: after whicl
'ax ONE l'EK CENT penalty will b<
added to all payments made in th(
month of JANUARY*. 1919. and TWO
:'Hit CENT penalty for all payments
i tadc in the month of FEBRUARY,
1919. and SEVEN I'ER CENT penalty
will be added to all payments made
Horn the 1ST DAY OK MARCH. 1919,
:o the 15TH DAY OF MARCH. 1919,
ind after this date all unpaid taxes will
io into executions and all unpaid Single
Rolls will be turned over to the
several Magistrates for prosecution in
iroonlanee with law.
It is iny desire to attend diff rent
I arts ot' the county for the convenience
if taxpayers as heretofore: but owins
to the exacting nature of my duties as
t member of Local Exemption Board
No. 2. 1 am required to at all times
be within call of the office of the
Board and must remain at the County
<cat.
All of the Banks of the county will
nflfer their accommodations and facilities
to Taxpayers who may desire tc
make use of the same, and I shall take
pleasure in giving prompt attention tc
ill correspondence on the subject.
All Taxpayers appearing at my office
will receive prompt attention.
Note?The Tax Books will be made
up by Townshifis. and parties writinfi
about Taxes will always expedite matters
if they will mention the Townshij
r>r Townships in which their proja-rty
r>r projM-rties ;tre located.
HA BUY K. NEIL.
Treasurer of York County.
75 t 4t
STOP! LOOK!
LISTEN!
I'ltOIM'CTION Is bclnc Cut. The
ioveriinient is taking over all the
Wool. Thousands .are fro'riK into
the Army from all the different
Manufacturing Plants.
Naturally floods are getting
Scarcer and Higher.
Why not attend Our
SEITKMHER SALE.
I'rices will soon be FORTY PER
CENT RICHER?
When this $40,000 stock Is SOLO.
McCONNELL'S
CHEAPEST STORE IN SOUTH
r.ADm iMA
MILLINERY PARLOR
Mrs. J. M. ferguson.
NEW VELVETS?In all the newest
Colors and Shades.
BLACK VELVET HATS?Extremely
Low Priced for the Quality.
NEW TRIMMINGS in Feathers,
Fancies and Flowers.
FRENCH WAR BRIDE VEILS?
A new selection just In. These an
all the go with the Ladies who arc
keeping up with war-time Millinery
Styles.
Mrs. J. M. FERGUSON
Ladies' Hats
ready-to-wear?
felts. velvets. etc?
all colors and
all shapes, toopriced?yes,
priced at
"to sell 'em" priceslet
us show 'em to you.
AIjSO let us show you?
the new fall styles in'
ladies' high shoes and
- boots?all leathers and
colors and prices.
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS.
Fienstein Bargain Store
iilnvKSK
\ MILLINERY
; TUESDAY AND
| tttE are showing ;
| * * this season?ev
you want early,
fill owing to wi
\ Ladies' Long Coats, in i
?Priced at
Ladies' Coat Suits?Col
; very beautiful Styl
i Ladies' Silk Dresses, in
i ors and dainty shad
All Wool Jersey Dresses
i All Wool Serge Dresses
| that will appeal to
KIRKPAT,
: BuyW.S.S. Sella]
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! 5 YOUR MONEY ? ? ?? ? ? ?
= It Is NOT a question of how large Your ac
S question of having Your money protected ? SAf
, S ate Your Hanking regardless of the amount, and i
> S and will be safe-guarded in the same measure as larjp
| S NOW is ABSOLUTELY the time for every indiviJt
, S ids money where It will be of the most help?to his Oommu
, x State and the Nation. *
THE FIBST NATIONAL BANE
11 YORK - - S. C. . :
= "You Had Better Be Safe than Sorry." r.
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j IS WELL.TO REMEMBER- |
That Winter is coming on?Not very far away?and that NOW Is 3
a ffood time to see about your Heating Apparatus?Get Your Stoves, ~
Grates, Piping, etc., in order, as It were. See Us for? '
HEATERS? FOR BOTH WOOD AND COAL. 'J
GRATES FOR THE FIRE PLACE. _=
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, cj?v/? n a.ivi .ii/u i,kU(4.
REPAIRS FOR COLE'S HOT BLAST STOVES. f.
> Then. too. have A'OUR STOVES PUT UP NOW. as Wo will be ~
very short of help a little later on and you might not get Your Stove z
put up JUST WHEN YOU WANT IT AND NEED IT?and z
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS?HELP WIN THE AVAR. E
, YORK FURNITURE AND HARDWARE CO. {
j ?**? ?A*? +**? ?**? ?A*? ?Ag? +A*? +A-g +i |
] THE NEWEST STYLES IN j
j IRVING DREW SHOES j
For several years past the IRVING DREW p
line of Ladies' Fine Shoes has been the recognized ?
| standard of Quality, Style and Snap in Ladies'fine ?
footwear. This season's showings at this store =
will easily sustain the reputation of past years. e
We arc now showing the New Fall styles in Drew =
.! High Shoes and Roots and will be pleased to have r
! our Lady friends call and see the correct styles in ?
Fall footwear?All Styles, All Leathers. A few of |
the styles we have? |
Ladies' GRAY KID BOOTS?Louis Heels?Lace?Pair $12.50 ?:
I Ladles' TAN KID HIGH SHOES?Louis Heels?Lace ....Pair....! 10.00 z
' Ladies' BLACK KID SHOES?Variety of Heel styles and Toes? - II ?
Priced at $5.50, $6 00, $7.50 and $8.50 =
Ladles' ENGLISH WALKING SHOES?Black Kid?Priced at ..$1.00 =
Ladies' WHITE KID High Shoes?Priced at $8.50 r
[ Ladles' SOLID COMFORT SHOES?Flexible Caps, Low Heels, 5
?Some of them Rubber Heels?Priced at $5.50 FLORSHEIM
SHOES FOR MEN. |
Men's ENGLISH SHOES?Dark Tan (Rajah Calf)?A swell z
model for the man who wants ultra stylish shoes?Priced at ,\
$8.00 and $8.50 z
Same Leathers in Conservative Models and at same Prices. z
^ THE HERMAN LINE IS HERE TOO. I
I We have these In ENGLISH, MUNSON and CONSERVATIVE =
LASTS?To suit the taste of all comers?All of the same high z
grade in Moderately Priced Shoes for Men who are looking for 5
Quality and Style at the same time?Priced at z
$6.50 to $7.50 =
, CORRECT CLOTHING FOR BOYS'WEAR. 1
"
YOUR BOY WANTS to have his Clothes look Just as well as 5
yours. He has his own ideas of Styles and Qualities and to meet S
the demand of the Boy who knows what Good Clothes are. wo.have z
laid in a stock of the famous "DUBBEL BII/T" BOYS' CLOTHING? =
One of the highest grade lines of Clothing for Boys on the market? z
You'll find in this line all the Snap, and Style that can bo put into z
Boys' Clothing . We have them in the Colors and Styles that will
appeal to his taste?Every Coat is re-inforced at the elbows and all z
Pants are re-inforced at the knees and in the seat?Priced at
$9.75, $12.75, $16.75 z
We also have a complete line of Boys' DOUBLE WEAR FALL z
CLOTHING?At $5.00 to $10.00 z
CORRECT HAT STYLES FOR YOUNG MEN |
MOST YOUNG MEN are particular about the style of their z
FELT HATS?They want the very latest in shape and the correct S
thing as to Bhade. We have them. Just recei\'ed a line of the fam- ous
MALLORY HATS, especially made for Young Men's wear?here z
In Seal, Laurel, Palmetto, Black Nubian, Moss Moselle, and Bronze ~
Shades?The Best of the New Fall Styles?Priced at $4.50 z
j SHOES J. M. STROUP SHOES I
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> WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17 AND 18 ||
a wonderful line of Millinery and Ready-to-Wear ; ? |.
en better than ever before. Come in and select what j i S
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, because recorders are going to be extremely hard to j 5 =
ir conditions. * | |
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all the Newest Fall Stvles, Colore and Cloths j 3
1 $7.50 to $?9.95 ;{
lore: Blue, Black, Brown and Reindeer?in \ jjj
bs?Priced at $9.95 to $39.95 1? I
very snappy Fall Styles and in beautiful col- =
es?Priced at $7.95 to $34.95 j 5
3, in the very best Fall styles?Priced at
$16.50 to $27.50 I
in all the best colors and styles Dresses i E
your good taste?Priced at ? $9.95 to $34.95 j 5
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YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
We Beg to Advtoc Our Customers, FY!ends and the Public Generally
that After Wedne?daylSeptcmbcr 18th. Our Delivery Wagon will
be Discontinued, and No Goods Will Be Delivered After That
Date?It Means a Saving to Us and a Saving to You ? i? !
WE HAVE FOB QUICK SALE? *
TEN STRICTLY FRESH "SUPREME" HAMS?GOING
At M CENTS A ?.
WE ALSO HAVE ABOUT 76 1-LB. PKGS. VA.-PRIDE ^
COFFEE?Original Price. SO Cta. Pkg.?Now 22 CPS. Pkg. : *
IT WILL PAY YOU to mov* quickly, owing to limited quantity.
CLINTON BROTHERS.
MORTGAGE LOANS ABRUZZX RYE ^
|N York County Farms. Choice of . . . .. . . ,. . M .
' B. 7 or 10 years. Interest rate: T k1??. "J3UBheU
per cent; or, 7 per cent for quick acre this year. Up to five bushels
oslng. $1.50; better price for larger quantlc.
e. spencer, ty. Address Lowryville. r. c. ouy.
74 Attorney. 71 L f. 10t*

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