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hit for the tall timbers, leaving mule and all. There wasn't a bit of use trying to chase him. A little further on the officers arrested Will Hames, Dock's brother and took a pistol off of him. Telephone Management Changed. Cleveland Star (Shelby): Manager H. Q. Blanton of Shelby was "let out" last week by the Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph company, operators of the local telephone system, and the same action was taken as to Blacksburg. these two exchanges being put under the district management of Mr. Sam Gait, who has been the local man " ?' noffnnv nfflpp This Cllt Ugl'I Ul III V uuu?w ting down of force will effect a saving j of expenses and centralise the control, i Mr. William Arrowood is the new I trouble manager for Shelby and he will be the only "man on the job" here. There has been no reduction in the personnel of the young ladies at the switch board so far as known. Big Damage Suit Brought. The following dispatch of Saturday from Union will be of interest, the late Mr. Ratchford having many friends in York county: One of the biggest suits ever filed in Union county was filed yesterday when Mrs. Louise Bates Welch, of Carlisle, entered suit against the Southern Railway company, and T. G. Lackey and J. M. Gramer, engineer and fireman, respectively,'of the Southern railway, for the death of her husband, L. J. Welch, who was killed on October 31, 1921. The suit is for $100,000 damages and the case will in all probability be heard at the May term of court. Mrs. Bates has as her attorneys Messrs. Barrpn, Barron & Barron. When the death of Mr. Welch occurred lie was with a friend, Erwin Ratchford, also of Carlisle, who was also instantly killed, and they were en '-"m TTc-hn,.*,, to Carlisle, when ruuiu ii win iAvt w. , struck by an engine of the Southern railway. These two young men came from prominent families in this county and tiie case will be watched with keen interest by everyone who knew Mr. Welch. MERE MENTION Work is progressing at New Haven, Conn., on a non-rigid airship 252 feet long, for the navy The fourth American lumber congress, in its meeting in Chicago last week, passed a resolution providing that every piqce of timber sold by its members must be branded in such manner as to show when and where it was cut .Gen. Eric von Falkenhayn, former German minister of war, died in Berlin on Sunday. Falkenhayn succeeded Gen. von Moltke, and was in turn supplanted by von llindenburg. ? Two London-Paris airplanes, one French and the other British, crashed in the air over the village of Thieulloy, 75 miles north of Paris, last Friday. Both planes fell to earth, and seven persons were killed. The collision occurred in a fog that was so dense that the pilots were unable to see ahead of them. There are some sixty or seventy machines in the passenger and freight service between Paris and London, and this is the first collision that has occurred. Special |!otires. Card of Thanks. We, the wife and children of D. G. Howell, deceased, desire to express our heartfelt thanks and deepest appreciation for the acts of kindness and help given us in connection with the recent death of our husband and father. Mrs. D. G. Howell and Children. Hickory Grove, S. C? April 10, 1922. Church Home Pilgrimage. The annual Pilgrimage to the Church Home Orphanage, which was started with a very successful first meeting last May by the Episcopalians over the state, will take place on Sunday, April 23rd. Both Bishop Guerry of the old Diocfte and Bishop Finlay of the new Diocese, the division to become operative next year, will be present, and religious services will be conducted on the Orphanage grounds in the open by th>e two bishops, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Walsh, and other ministers that may be present This community is cordially invited to attend these services and the other denominations will be invited to participate. A large delegation is expected especially from Columbia and north, where the trip can be madg in automobiles. The cooperation of our citizens is desired that the town make the best show possible by having the yards and streets clean, and making themselves hosts to the visitors and making them feel welcome and at home. It is understood, that the visitors bring their lunch and with the assistance of citizens it will be served on the Ornhanage green. The success of the Pilgrimage depends largely upon our having' pretty weather, and the purpose is to bring to the attention of the people generally the work that is being done and the needs of the Orphanage. The visitors were estimated at something like five hundred last year, and from what we can learn the attendance will be much larger this year. It is unfortunate that the day appointed follows immediately after Pnlmafesta week in Columbia, and doubtless many will be kept away having just made the trip to Columbia the week before. This was overlooked, however, in appointing the day until too late to change. In the future the Pilgrimage Pay will be held on Mothers Pay, which is the second Sunday in May. At that time the weather is more settled, the days longer, and , the vegetation in our li'tle elly further advanced and more beautiful. OBITUARY. PIT-ID?April fi, at his home near Howell's Kerry in Broad Itiver TownAf.. nil'WIV <! llr?\V'T."-| T. ir. the 77th year of his ag-p. Interment was in tlit* cemetery at Salem Presbyterian church last Friday, following: funeral services conducted by Itev. Carl McCullv. The deceased was a veteran of the War Between, the States, having: served in Co. F, ISth South Carolina Volunteers the entire four years of the war. With the exception of several years spent in Alabama following: the Ku Klux Klan troubles he had lived practically all of his life in York county. lie is survived by his widow and the following' children: .Messrs. W. I.; V. 1).: John F.: (list S.; J. II. and R. I"). llntvoll nnH Mrs W T 1 Wuillo nf liroad River township and Mrs. An- i nie E. Thompson of Oklahoma. COTTON MARKET Tuesday, April 11, 1922. Cotton Seed Sharon 17 ? Clover - ? - 17 CO Yorkville - 17 C5 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. For Sale?One car pigs and shotes. Price right. See them at Dr. Glenn's barn, York. Fowler & Arnold. 29 2t* 1 Wanted?Experienced saleslady for bakery. Apply at Jamison's New System Bakery, York, S. C. It Hatching Eggs?S. C. White Leghorns, from stock direct from Geo. B. Ferris 300 egg strains. $2.00 for-15. T. W. Speck, York, S. C. 29 tf Eggs for Hatching?Pure Anconas. Stock direct from Sheppard's 300 egg strains. ?2.00 for 15. Tlios. W. Speck, York, S. C. 29 tf For Rent?Seventy-five acres of good pasture land. See or write G. W. Key, Phone No. 4151, York No. 3. 29 t f. 8t* For Sale?Coker long staple cotton seed 49-4 1 1-4 inchi staple, at $1.50 per bushel. J. Ed Harper, York R. F. D. No. 8. 27 4t For Sale?Pure Webber long staple cotton seed, delivered at my home for $1.00 per bushel. W. M. GKtys, Filbert No. 1. ' 27 3t* Grow More Legumes?Lime and phosphate rock make legumes grow. Legumes make farms and farmers rich. American Limestone Co., Knoxville, Tenn. ' 27 Ct Wanted?The public to know that wo are half-soling with Panco at $1.00 per pair?Out-wears best leather two to one. No better repairing can be done than we do. Owen's Electric Shoe Shop. Phone 117. 26 4t? Motorcycles?Ilarley Davidson, is the World's Champion Motorcycle. For Catalogue and prices write E. L. Barnes, Rock Hill, S. C. Dealer for York County, Ride the best 25 8t TOMATO PLANTS. ? XT ? 1TT?> -II I?.linn. xroriotioa nt 1(1 I riA v i'j tui icauiug Tut iw.vw .v . cents a dozen. 29 3t A. M. TAYLOR. York. S. C. OLD TIME FIDDLERS' /CONVENTION and Box Supper at ^ Sutton Spring School House Friday, April 14. at 8:00 p. m. Public invited. ZIO.A STEPHENSON. It NOTICE r>Y virtue of an order from Judge of Probate of York County, S. C., I will sell at public sale, at the late residence of Dr. J. J. G'enn, deceased, on the 15th day of APRIL, 1922, all the personal property of the said deceased. Sale beginning at 11 o'clock. Terms of sale cash. 26 3t C. W. McGEE, Administrator. THE STAR THEATRE TODAY DOUGLAS MACLEAN? In "Passing Thru." A small town romance filled with thrills and paying 100 laughs on the dollar. WEDNESDAY REX BEACH'S FAMOUS STORY? "The North Wind's Malice." You'll see two men at death grips in the snow, snarlinglike wolves clutching at each other's throats with fingers of steel, rolling over and over to the edge of the glacier. A Goldwyn Special. THURSDAY ETHEL CLAYTON? And Herbert Rawlinson in "Wealth." A drama of the carefree life of New York's Greenwich Village. FRIDAY ANTONIO MORENO? In "A Guilty Conscience." A Vitagraph Feature. J. Q. WRAY, Manager TOOTH BRUSHES HALF PRICE SALE 75c Brushes Now 37 Cts. 50c Brushes Now 25 Cts. 25c Brushes Now 17 Cts. See this New Line OUR SODA FOUNTAIN Tliis summer we arc going to have t he best Service ever given in this town. Come and try our cooling drinks. Mackorell Drug Co. NEAR THE COURTHOUSE. | HATS, HATS, HATS j NEW ONES COMING IN EVERY j DAY Thin Hats?Straw Hats?Braid Hats? All Kinds of Hats I am sure I have just the one you want. NEW FLOWERS. NEW RIBBONS j Of every description. Yes, I have the | material U make your THIN HAT, if my pattern hats do not suit your particular style of beauty. I can make any style ol Hat you wish. CALL ON ME I Am Ready to Serve You 1 The Millinery Parlor Mrs. J. M. FERGUSON, Prop. A TFMTH will make n 1 LIU II YOU RICH ! JUST TEN PER CENT? Of what you earn, cnlarKod by the ? ' Int. will give your life a fulfillment of success and plenty. IT IS EASY TO ATTAIN SUCCESS IJy so simple a process as this. And there's no worry over investments?no losses from bad ventures. You can figure it out for yourself?and a SAVINtlS ACCOUNT in this Hank will secure the goal to which your figures point. Wc Pay 5 Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SHARON. S. C. Where the Farmer Is Always Welcome J. H. SAYE, J. 8. HARTNESS, DR. W. J. McGLOTHLIN PRESIDENT OF FURMAN UNIVERSITY ! Will deliver an Address in the 1ST BAPTIST CHURCH OF YORKVILLE I NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT, APR. 14 The Public is Cordially Invited and : Every Member of the Church Is Urged to Be Present. Dr. McGLOTHLIN Has never appeared b. ore an audience in this town, but it is also true that his reputation as an Educator and Public Speaker is nation wide, and afl who embrace this opportunity to hear him will bo well repaid. COME NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL 14TH, AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. FIDDLERS' And DANCING CONTEST CITY HALL A Dp II 97 AUDITORIUM u CONTEST For Fiddlers, Mandolin, Guitar, Banjo Players and Dancers First and Second Prizes?'$5 and $2.50 for Each Class. MAKE YOUR ENTRY NOW Notify J. R. KELLY, Chairman, At once, if you expect to enter any of the contests?DON'T DELAY. UNDER AUSPICES OF Yorkville Camp 38, W. 0. W YORK, - - S. C. WELL DRESSED PEOPLE ARE NEVER RUN DOWN AT THE HEELS AND THEY ALWAYS STAND UP ON GOOD SOLES. S. J. BELL CO., INC. "Shoe Repairing That's Different.'' RECORD PLACE ROCK HILL, S. C; GOODRICH TIRES FORD SIZE ' 30x31-2 10.90 We have a few 30x3 Fabric Tires that we are selling at $7.50 while they last Invite Us to Your Next I Blowout f iirfrtv service I lidliil i station I SERVICE CAR TEL. 84 | $30 TO $40 CHEAPER WE ARE SELLING BUGGLIES $30.0C to ?40.03 CHEAPER THAN LAST YEAR. Doesn't that look good to you? Come in and let us show you some real bargains. To be sure we'll sell you on EASY TERMS. Come and see us. Emerson Mowing Machines ?Best on the Market. CARROLL BROS. BR. BESS'S REMEDIES BEST IN THE WORLD WE HAVE HEEN SELLING DR. MESS'S STOCK PREPARATIONS FOR YEARS?THEY ALWAYS DO WHAT IS CLAIMED?TRY THEM. WE HAVE? HESS'S STOCK TONIC A eoncmioner ior tuws, noroia, Mules, Hogs. POULTRY PAN-A-CEA? Keeps Hens well and makes them lay more eggs. INSTANT LOUSE KILLER Destroys vermin of all kinds on Hogs, Cows, Sheep, Poultry, Dogs ?makes the animal's life really worth living? TRY 'EM-THEY'RE HOOD. YORK DRUG STORE rninr TH rTc UUilSLi 11/ UiUJ 'FHE undersigned are at your service ^ with Gas, Oils, Greases, etc., and respectfully solicit your patronage: Nivens Bros., Charlotte St., York Campbell & Quinn Co. Clover City Pharmacy 1 Clover M. L. Ford & Sons Clover F. E. Smith Tirzah CHICKENS AND EGGS WANTED VVB will pay Highest Cash prices. ** Wire or write for prices. OWENS FRUIT AND PRODUCE CO., 28 it Tampa, Fla. ' ' ANNOUNCEMENTS, j V FbR COUNTY TREASURER. I AM a candidate for Treasurer of York county, subject to the approval of the Democratic voters in the Primary election. 27 te ERNEST W. GUY. T AM a candidate for Treasurer of, * Yprk County, subject to the recom-1 mendatlon of the Democratic voters In i , i the tfrimary election. 23 , tf JOHN R LOGAN. T here"by announce myself as a candl" -date for Treasurer of York County, subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the primary election. D. L. SHIEDER. T Jhereby'announce myself as a candldate for Treasurer of York County, subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the primary election. ' , W. D. THOMASSON. J AM a candidate for the office of * Treasurer of York county, subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the primary election. 26 t 1* M. C. WILLIS. CALHOUN DRUG STORE YORK, - - 8. C. PATENT AND PROPRIETARY MEDICINES? BESIDES givin?r special and particular tfttentlon to our Prescription Department and keeping it right up to the minute for SERVICE, we also carry a very complete line af PROPRIETARY . and PATENT MEDICINES that have real merit. When you want anything of this kind, let us serve you. SCHOOL SUPPLIES? W|3 CARRY a very complete line of School Supplies, including Pencils, Inks and Pens, Pencil and Ink Tablets, Exercise Books, Composition Tablets and Examination Tablets, Chalk, etc. Our prices are Just right too, and we believe we have the BEST Fountain Pens on the market. CIGARS, TOBACCUS, ETC. If you are a smoker or chewer of the wedd, we can suit your taste in either Cigars, Cigarettes, Smoking or Chewing Tobaccos, and Pipes. CALHOUN DRUG STORE CASH & CARRY CO. ECONOMY IS EASY TO PRACTICE IF YOU WANT TO PRACTICE ECONOMY? "tl . START BY BUYING YOUR " GROCERIES AT THIS STORE? I ? JUST GET T!HAjr HABIT AND THE ECONOMY OF THE HABIT WILL SOON BE MADE v- n< PLAIN - TO YOU. WE SELL EVERYTHING IN GROCERIES THAT IS GOOD. THE CASH & CARRY : Garden Seed IT IS TIME YOU WERE GETTING READY FOR YOUR GARDEN? Come and see us for the Seeds that you will need?You want dependable Seed?That's our only kind?Grown by the well known Seed Houses of >, WOODS AND FERRY I They are always depiendable?been used about here for generations. We | have these Seeds in BULK AND PACKAGES. And when you plant your garden to be sure you'll need some protection again Insects and Pests that destroy the plants?Use our LIME SULPHUR and I ARSENATE OF LEAD For Spraying. They insure crops. ' See us for your Garden Seeds. rinvEB npnr. QTORF tLU ! LII i/livu Uiviuj Quality and Service. Phone No. 2 CLOVER, 8. C Wire Fencing? RECEIVED SHIPMENT OP BARB WIRE, HOG WIRE AND CHICKEN AND RABBIT WIRE. "Good stock of Plow Molds, Clevises, Heel Holts, Singletrees, Plow Lines? IN FACT EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO FARM WITH. . Irisih nnd Sweet Potatoes, Garden Seed, Onion Sets. I HAULED UP ANOTHER CAR Of FLOUR this week. Dairy Feed, Mill Feed. Another carload of LUMBER THIS WEEK? Pine and Cedar Shingles. If you need anything to build or repair a house be sure to see YORK SUPPLY CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Not Too Late TO HATCH good chicks?In fact some of the pullets I bad in the first pen S. C. It. I. Reds at the York County Fair were hatched in May. i It looks now like we are going to have a dry May, if wc do it will be a good time to raise chicks. Judging from the looks of my youngsters now, somebody will have to get busy to beat me at the fairs next fall. Eggs from the kind that Grow and the Strains that Lay Siiiver Laced Wyandotte, $2.50 per 15. S. C. Black Minorcas, $2.00 and $4.00 per 15. Dark Cornish Indian Games, $2.00 nnd $4.00 per 15. S. C. R. I. Reds, $2.00, $3.50 and $5.00 per 15. EUftv rants Ipss here at the farm. I SHADY NOOK POULTRY FARM, I Route No. 6, York, 8. C. j | Typewriter Ribbons and Papers at 1 The Enquirer Office. I ! A Bomba ! N A BIG F I Starts Today Men's All Leather SCOUT SHOES Men's WORK SHIRTS?75 Cts. va Men's Heavy UNIONALLS?*2.50 BEST HAMILTON HICKORY?Ya Men's NAINSOOK UNION SUITS Ladies' FIBRE SILK HOSE?All c Men's and Ladies' COTTON HOSI Ladies' $1.00 WIRTHMOR WAIS' Ladies' $2.00 WIRTHMOR WAIST Men's TIES?worth $1.00?At 10 Per Cent Off on All Shoe* Not I Ladies' Leather HALF SOLES?Pi CROCHETTING THREAD?All C< I I Men's and Boys' and La< Hosiery, Waists, Skirt Qt YORK, S. C. NAT SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT? NEW SYSTEM BREAD AND ROLLS A FULL 1 POUND LOAF Made under Sanitary conditions in a Sanitary Bakery. JAMISON'S NEW SYSTEM BAKERY YORK, - - S. C. No Other Company Would Have Paid One CentIN DECEMBER, 1920, the Mutual Benefit Insurance Co., issued $2,000 of insurance on the Life Accelerative Endowment plan to a Utah) farmer. He was 36 years old and a perfect physical specimen, close to six feet tall, with a family record that any applicant would envy. The man's wife was named as the beneficiary. An annual premium of $54.34 was prepaid. The second premium WAS NOT PAID WHEN DUE. The insurance was therefore automatically extended for 139 days, or until March 21, 1922. The insured died on February 4th, 1922, of influenza-pneumonia, and the Mutual Benefit PAID $2,000 to his widow, without deducting one cent, and NO OTHER Life Insurance comnanv in the United States would have paid ONE CENT. THE MUTUAL BENEFIT PAID Because Its contract provided THAT IT SHOULD, while those of all other companies do not. Don't you think a Company that sells policies with such guarantees should be investigated by those who WANT THE BEST? SAM M. & S. E. GRIST PEOPLES BANK BUILDING. WWe also write Fire Insurance. This Is Th I Hnna 7 IlUl/b | you must have those Hyi?^ ' . ' * ^ '?- ''' > 59Q ,. 'V^t: irdment of lTHAN FEINSTEIf 'RE-EASTER and Continues Thi 5 $1.98 36 inch SHEETIf lue .. 50 CTS. 15 Cts. APRON < value- $158 STANDARD PR1 rd 17 CTS. 25 Cta. BOX 8TJ1 l; 69 CT8. 35 Cta VOILESolors .... 48 CTS. 1 Lot 32 inch DR 3?Pair 10 CTS. 1 Lot 25 Cts. DRI rS 85 CTS. Best OILCLOTH 'S $1.75 TABLE DAMAS* 50 CT8. One Table LADIJ Specially Priced. (2.00 BED SPRE lir ?5 CTS. 8pecial Low Prcii alors 5 CTS. Chine, Organ JIG REDUCTION ON ALL lies' Clothing, Shoes, Shirt; is, Etc., During this Sale. Co )1<JK bAL/ilib?oMAJLL FLU HAN FEINSTEI DEPARTMENT STORE ?M?WAMWWWWW?<IWW)W)WII Water, Power and Lights FOR COUNTRY HOMES YOU CAN HAVE all modern conveniences in your Country Home by using OUR AUTOMATIC WATER AND ELECTRIC OUTFIT8. They are economical, and guaranteed to give satisfaction. Thirty days free trial. Let us save you from labor and drudgery, and ADD TO YOUR COMFORT. Address: Barnes Electric Co. Rock Hill, S. C. NOTICE OF SALE Stat# of South Carolina?County of York. To Whom It May Concern. I^HE undersigned -will expose to puDlie sale, at McConnellsvllle, S. C., on the property a'djoinlng the storehouse formerly conducted by W. Q. Harshaw & Company, 1 Sampson Tractor, Serial No. 18-218 and Extension Rims, op TUESDAY, APRIL 11TH, 1922, between the hQure of 11 A. M. and 12 noon, and will Mil to the highest bidder for cash. The above sale to be made on account of the violation of the conditions of a sale contract existing between the undersigned and one C. E. Porcher. G. H. GREENE. Rock Hill, S. C.. March 25th, 1922. 2t w t 25. TAX EXTEN8ION. . ^"OTICE is hereby given that the time for the payment of State and County Taxes has been extended to June 1, 1922, with a penalty of 3 per cent for March; 5 per cent for April; 6 per cent for May, and 8 per cent, plus costs of Treasurer l'rum June 1, when executions will go into the hands of the Sheriff. H. E. NEIL, 18 td. Treasurer of York County. te Week Bei you thought aboui Easter Clothes and Shot MEN'S AND BOYS' Men's Suits to su fit stouts, slims a and lots of new S Priced at JUVENILE SUITSIn Serges and Mi i BOYS' SUITS? ft Serges and Pret fft py and stylish?? HW MEN'S RALSTON L In the kind of le mm you are looking f( BION F. REYNOLD* SHOES I ? ~r f* I it you wear one j the Reynolds' Sh ers and styles?P MEN'S SILK HOSE.. MEN'S DRESS SHIT MEN'S NEW STETS Some unbranded^ Kirkpatrk s-uijls it I p Raroains f "W,SW",V : : rs I i SALE ough Easter ? I: JO?Yard 10 CT8. i | 3INGHAMS?Yard. 10 CT8. NTS?Yard 10 CT8. J iTIONERY?Box , 15 CT8. I -Figured Colors?Yard .?25 CT8. ESS GINGHAMS?Yd 10 CT8. | SSS GINGHAMS?Yd. _ 17 CT8. ?50 Cts. value Yd. .... 33 CT8. ! r 7T. nta vnlna Vfl *A ftTR C ES* WAISTS?Pick 85 CT8. ADS?Each f1.4? es on 8ilks, VoilM, Cr#p?-D?dia*, Etc. ' Let ua show you. s, Dresses, Underwear, I me and See for Yourself 3FITS N'S ? YORK, S. C. * HARDWARE- ] GROCERIES WE BELIEVE THAT WE CAN 8AV? YOU MONEY ON? HARDWARE, CROCKERY, ENAMEL WARE, COOKING UTENSILS, HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES. WE HAVE A VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE Make Our Stora Your Headquarters. Southern Cash Store G. C. DEE8E, Manager. ROCK HILL, S. C PORTO RICOSEED ' POTATOES I t^r: , > \ WE HAVE just gotten in a lot & . PORTO RICO SEED and BATING POTATOES at a good price and wil^ bti glad to sell you. Also hare the IRISH POTATO SEED l ol ilfiuo <>fijoinr Jofid ruirti-iH X - aiiu un iun od x o. 7 WE WANT TO SWAP | TAT BACK for some nice COUNTR* HAMS. WE HAVE a full line of CannA Goods and Heavy and - Fancy Gets cerles. See us for your needs. . W. P. JACKSON J MackorelU Ferguson Co.'s Old NOTICE. ll^ONEY to loan on improved toafc iTA and farm property. Interest rates and terms reasonable. MARION & FINiaSY, Attys.^ *> York. 8. C. 21 sw lyj, ore Lanier h lit? is by Saturday night j surraj [it every taste and to md regulars?Serges luitings for Spring? $9.95 to $39.95 * o 13 o i xtures?Sizes 3 to 8 $2.98 to $4.98 ;; ' r 1 ty Mixtures?SnapJizes 8 to 16?Priced $4.98 to $9.95 I OW SHOES- < 1 ather and the style >r?Priced at $7.95 Pair 3' ; :1 TOR MEN? >air you will ask for oe again?all leathriced $9.95 Pair ' ' ! 75CTS. * ITS 98 CTS. to $2.60 f uat.q f >V11 AAA A M -Priced at $4.00 to $6.50 i: :k-BelkCo. | FOR LESS | /'tfl . ... ,>* a , v^Wrii'ii'