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DOG BURIED BONDS.
Owner Was Very Much Worried Until Canine Returned Them. There was one man in Saluda Tuesday who had no interest in the coal strike or tho railroad strike. He appeared on the streets with a deep furrow between his eyes, a nervous twitching of his hands and a general break-down appcaramre. Ho was searching for some ono who knew the ways of a bird dog, and what to da to make a settdr puppy obey a rather strange command. He put the question to one and all, but no one knew what the password was to command,a | puppy to dig up a bundle that ho had hidden the day before. lie solicited adf-nm h*> owners of every bird dog | in Saluda, then branched ott l<? owners of hunting' hounds. At last he was asking the advice from owners of any kind of dogs from Belgian police to Heintz. No one could aid him, but in one day he got more different kinds of advice than President Wilson got on how to win the war. He came out of his reverie only once and that was when 'Squire Bailey asked Irim what he thought of the strikes. The man answered: "That durn dog hid it somewhere. The French said, 'On ne passant pas," and kept their word. How in the dickens can I make it up? President Harding has said 'on ne arret pas,' and I reckon he will keep his word atKMit the trains not stopping, but I don't want that dog to stop digging." The owner of the dog was looking through his strong box in his house Monday afternoon. Ho had taken out a bundle of valuable papers, among them $500 in Liberty bonds, and laid the bundle on a chair. Tho dog had the run of tho house, and puppy-like, carried the bundle out of the house and buried it somewhere. Tho owner saw the dog trot out of the front door with what appeared to he a folded newspaper, so paid no attention to it until he missed his bonds. Then began such a search as might go on for one of Capt. Kidd's treasures hidden on a beach. Friends and neighbors brought their shovels, picks, spades and hoes and joined Ihe search. The net result was a basketful of hidden bones and old shoes and a thoroughly "nliivntn^ mnl hut nn mnors. The search was kept up until Wednesday morning, when tho puppy proudly walked, on the front porch with the papers, slightly chewed up, but still good, in his mouth. No one knows whex-o he camo from. The owner has been in a quandary all day whether to thrash the dog or to give it a sirloin steak. He finally compromised by giving the dog away. Today ho is taking a great interest in the strike, and will discourse fluently on any subject broached?except dogs. OBITUARY. DIED?At her hoire in Rock Hill, last Friday, Mrs. MARTHA JANE POAG, widow < ? the late Leroy D. Poag. aged 79 years. Interment was in Ebenezer cemetery, Saturday, following funeral services conducted by Rev. F. W. Gregg assisted by Rev. John C. Bailey. Mrs. Poag who before marriage was Miss Martha Jane Steele was the daughter of the late Samuel and Sarah Steele and was born near Monk Hill Th? following children survive: Robert fcf. and John R. Poap. Rock Hill; Pred Poap, Fayetteville, N. C>; Mrs. T. V. McFadden, Mrs. W. C. Hicklin, Mrs. B. Frank Massey and Miss Carrie Belle Roup, Rock Hill. At her home on York No. 3, , last evening, following a long period of ill health. Mrs. SARAH FEEMSTER BEN FIELD, wife of Mr. William II. Benficld, aged about 26 years. Interment will bo in Rose Hill cemetery, Yorkville this afternoon, following funeral services conducted at Trinity Methodist church by her pastor, Rev. J. K. Walker, assisted by Rev. E. E. Gillespie, D. D. The deceased is survived by her husband and one little son, William H. Jr., aped about three years. She is also survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Feemster of York No. 4 and the following brothers and sisters. Messrs. Lesslie, Frank. Joe and John Feemster and Mrs. Baxter Carson and Misses Alma, Ellen and Camilla Feemster. Mrs. Benfield was a member of Trinity Methodist church, Yorkville. niRFRT PIfNir A llJI/JUlt 1 A <V11>V Cordial Invitation to York County Public. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2ND. In behalf of the Filbert Picnic Committee it gives me pleasure to state that the Annual Filbert I'icnic will be held in PURSLKY'S" (JROVE on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, and in connection with it will also be held the official STATE CAMPAIGN MEETING FOR YORK COUNTY "We hereby extend a cordial invitation to everybody especially including the ladies to come out and enjoy the social pleasures of the occasion and to meet and hear the candidates for state offices. W. L. PURSLEY, Chairman Filbert Picnic Committee 55 6t. Rough and Dressed Lumber, DniMnno' Ciinniino UU1IUCI o ouppuuo, LIMECEMENT? PLASTERBRICK? SHINGLESROOFING? SCREENSFLOORING? CEILINGSIDING? SASHDOORS BLINDS? ?ETC. GET OUR PRICES LOGAN LUMBER YARD "We Strive to Serve and Satisfy." F. E. MOORE, Proprietor ? John Gary Evans has announced himself a candidate for the house of l representatives from Spartanburg county. COTTON MARKET Tuesday, August 1, 1922. Cotton Seed Sharon - 22J ? Clover 21J ? Yorkville 21J 50 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. Horse Shoeing?Done by me at Black & Dickson's Store, York IP.. F. D. No. 1, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Ernest E. Dickson. 61 3t Wanted?To buy used seats or benches for church, size 30x40. Communicate at once with W. D. Childers, Clerk, Hickory Grove, S. C. No. 1. 61 2t. . . " 1 1.1.. Knln.nnr tho C X, V - L.03I?rruuaui.v wvufw ii, v..v- w. %v ... W. and Southern stations Sunday night a Cameo brooch. Suitable reward it left at The "Yorkville Enquirer office. 61 It*. Burr Clover Seed?For sale, about 75 bushels, at $1.00 a bushel at my home, York R. F. D. No. 3. J. L. Moss. 61 2t For Rent?House with all modern conveniences, largo garden. Apply to Miss Georgia Witherspoon, or Mr. J. S. Sandlfcr. 61 2t j Old Cars Made to Look Like NEW! PAINTING, LINING AND UPHOLSTERING? 4 -1* 144- ' "U R InnU'in? .Tr.. nnrl .'vaiv mi. u. ji. ' ??v. , Mr. J. Ernest Stroup about the two jobs wo have recently turned out for them. Our Work Is the Best?Our Prices the Lowest. We will return your car finished in TEN DAYS. COME AROUND AND SEE FOR YOURSELF? E. B. HOUGH PAINT SHOP YORK, S. C. YORK, S. C. BASEBALL AT CLOVER Arcade Mill of Rock Hill vs. Hawthorn Mill, Clover AT HAWTHORN PARK FRIDAY AT 5:30 P. M. Batteries for Clover: MILLARD WILLIAMS r id HERBERT HOGUE. Admission: 15 CTS. and 25 CTS. GAME CALLED PROMPTLY AT 5:30 THE STAR THEATRE TODAY WANDA HAWLEY? In "Bobbed Ilair." A picture that will please the whole family. WEDNESDAY A UNIVERSAL SPECIAL PICTURE? Don't miss it. THURSDAY GEORGE WALSH? In "With Stanley in Africa." 13th episode of this thrilling' historical serial. Also a Century Comedy. "The Circus Clowns." FRIDAY ALICE JOYCE? In 'The Scarlc-t Ring." A Vltagraph feature. COMING CHARLES HUTCHISON? In "Go-Get-'Em-Hutch." J. Q. WRAY, Manager. Typewriter papers sold by the pound at The Enquirer Office. FEED OATS We expect this week one Carload of White Peed Oats. Also one Carload of TIMOTHY 1IAY. We are selling Flour under the Market I'rice. Wc have Fruit Jars, Tops and Rubbers. IF YOU NEED ANYTHING IN THE BUILDING MATERIAL LINE COME AND SEE. US. WE SELL EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO REPAIR OR BUILD A HOUSE. YORK SUPPLY CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Don't Forget That Now Is The Time? TO I/IOK AFTER YOUR Automobile, Farm Wagons and Buggies, Mowing Machines and Rakes, the Plows and Other Farm Implements? LF/r sir no Yorit work now, before you need these utilities badly? don't wait until you NBK1) them and then have to wait until you em sot them, boon use somebodv else i:; ahead of you. ItRINC THEM NOW. If you have any work of this kind? ( Repairs, Adjustments, etc., I can do it for you and give you 100 per cent' Satisfactory Service. Also repair end adjust Talking Ma- ! i rtines. and ran furnish parts for any- j j thing in r.iy line. I Also Sell Tires, Tubes, Gas, Oil and; |j Auto Accessories. See Me. J. A. PURCELL , GARAGE AND GEN'L REPAIR SHOP ' R. F. D. No. 1 SHARON, S. C. , , , NOTICE T^OTICE is hereby given that at a meeting of the York County Democratic Executive Committee held ' this July 31st, 1922. the following as- j sessments were fixed for various offices, to wit: House of Representatives, I $25.00; County Supervisor, $40.00; | Treasurer. $40.00; Auditor, $50.00; j Probate Judge, $40.00; Superintendent j of Education, $50.00; County Commissioners, $15.00; Magistrate, Rethel Township, $10.00; Bethesda, $10.00; Broad River, $10.00; Bullock's Creek, $10.00; Catawba, $25.00; Ebenezer,. $15.00; King's Mountain, $17.50; Fort Mill, $15.00; York, $20.00; Township supervisors, $5.00, The foregoing assessment must be paid to cither the Chairman or Secretary of the Committee, on or before 12 o'clock noon of Tuesday, August 8th, 1922, and pledges must be signed and filed at the same time. The following schedule for campaign meetings in the County was also adopted, to wit: McConnellsville, Wednesday, August 9th. Ogden, Thursday, August 10th. Rock Hill, Saturday, August 12th. Fort Mill, Wednesday,, August 16th. Forest Hill, Friday, August 18th. Clover, Saturday, August 19th. Bethany, Tuesday, August 22nd. Hickory Grove, Wednesday, August 23rd. Blairsville, Thursday, August 24tn. York, Saturday, August 26th. The following managers of elections and polling places for the various precincts wero fixed for the first Primary election to he held Tuesday, August 29th, 1922: Aragon Polling Place?Joe Howe's Store, Managers, T. C. Blackmon, It. M. Sutton, R. C. McFadden. Bethel?Ford's Store; II. E. Sifford, H. K. Davis, W. L. Adams, Clerk, Mrs. H. C. Rarnett. Bethany?McGill Bros. Store; J. N. Pursley, \V. B. McOill, Loo Gottys. Blairsville?Blairsville School house; S. L Blair, C. E. McC.urkin, 1'. S. Russell. , Bullock's Creek?P. B. Good's Store: E. M. Bankhcad, L. L. Dowdle, T. E. Blair. Catawba?Simpson Store; W. H. Spencer, II. M. Linebcrger, T. E. Patton. Cannon Mill?Odd Fellows Hall: Preston S. Thomasson, B. F. Gardner, Haa t> Clover?J. p. Pursley's Store. Fred H. Jackson, R. A. Jackson, Sam J. Matthews. Fort Mill?Town Hall; W. M. Wilson, A. L. Parks, Fred Mims, Jr. Forest Hill?Forest Hill School house, W. P. Boyd, D. F. Whisonant, P. Ij. Beard. Ebenezer?Matthews's Store: R. M. Anderson, J. L. Currencc, J. M. Taylor. Filbert?Land's Mill; F. C. Walker, J. Roy Grayson, W. W. Jackson. H'ickory Grove?R. L. A. Smith's office: J. K. Allison, J. H. Hood, Jet Smith. Hopewell?Hopewell Sehoolhouse; J. W. Smarr, B. R. Jones, V. D. Howell. Lesslie?Lesslic Sehoolhouse; J. F. Slilllinglaw, J. T. Spencer, D. G. Leslie. McConnellsville?McConnell Store Building: J. A. Harshaw, C. C. Moore, James M. Lindsay. Mitchell's Store?At Mitchell Store; H. P. Reid, J. E. Caldwell, Thos. Mitchell. Newport?Jackson's Store; Jim Ferris, Frank Glenn. Georsre Martin. New Zion?New Zion Schoolhouse; A. E. Burns, N. F. Robinson, E. B. McCrrter. . Ogden?Ogden Schoolhouse; F. H. Simpson, I. S. Kidd, H. Miller Dunlap. Rock Hill No. 1.?City Ball; Hiram Hutchinson, Paul Workman, E. G. Nunn. Rock Hill No. 2?City Hall; James N. Benton, J no. W. Milling', Robt. H. Moblev. Rock Hill No. 3?A rcade-Victoria I Schoolhouse; D. R. Moss, C. N. Stutts, J. B. Porter. Rock Hill No. 4.?R. T. Fcwcll and Company, West Main Street; J. P. Culp, Thorn Ncely, Rvle Whitner. Santiago?A. M. McGill's Store; A. C. White, J. E. Bigger, R. R. Brown. Sharon?Sim's Drug Store; E. R. Shannon. J. G. Caldwell. W. S. Rove. Smyrna?Whlsonant Drug Store; R. B. Wliisonant, J. N. Quinn, W. W. Whitesldes. Tirzah?Smith's Store; W. T. Oates, Walter Shillinglaw, J. A. Campbell. York No. 1?Courthouse: E. M. Dixon, R. R. Wilkerson, H. C. Smith. W. B. Keller. Clerk. York No. 2.?City Knll; R. T. Reamguard, J. C. Parrott, R. J. Mnckorell. Beers heba?Roersheba School house: W. A. Carroll. J. L. Hemphill, Hugh J. Rove. Polls will open at 8 A. M. and close at 4 P. M. All elul)M which have nn enrollment of over 50 must use the Australian Rallot System in the said election, and rules governing same must be obtained from the Chairman, secretary or managers of election. In order to vote at the said primary, all voters must have been regularly enrolled on the club rolls of their respective precincts. JOHN A. MARION, Attest County Chairman. J. II. S.VYE, Secretary. 61 2t. "A Fine Job" WAS THE OWNER'S VERDICT when lie first looked at his newly painted car. SINCE THEN we have dono many good jobs and are hoping to do more. We use the REST and most enduring Paints, Oils, Varnishes, applied by Skilled Painters who are municia ui inun urui i, anti return your old car looking1 like a NEW 'ONE. JOHNSON'S painLOP JAS. A. JOHNSON, Manager Auto Painters, Body and Top Builders, ROCK HILL, S. C. Just Arrived? PREMIER (Genuine) Shad Roc, PREMIER Red Juicy Columbia River Salmon (The kind, you like). Genuine liarbadoes Molasses (Rum Flavor) The I'urest Molasses in the world. Fresh Salt Mackerel (Fat and Juicy). One Quart Sweet or Sour Pickles?For 40 CENTS. Fresh Shipment of PBRRl WALLA TEA. Those who use it say it is especially pood for Iced Tea. It is. VOTAN COFFEE?None so pood. OLD COLONY FLOUR?The BEST. Call On Us or Phone Us for Any of the ; Above and We Will Be Glad to Serve' You. LARRO?The Guaranteed Dairy Feed ?Makes more milk and butter. CARROLL BROS. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR CONGRESS?FIFTH DISTRICT. T HEREBY announce myself as a candidate In the Democratic primaries of South Carolina, for the nomination for Representative of the Fifth Congressional District for the 68th Congress, and I take this opportunity to thank the people of the District for their loyal support in the past and to say that I shall endeavor to deserve their support and confidence in the future. W. F. STEVENSON. 33 t. f. to HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES VVTE are authorized to announce W. " R. BRADFORD as a candidate for re-election to the House of Representatives, subject to the choice of the Democratic voters in the York county primary election. 44 te V^E are authorized to announce ER** WIN CAROTHERS as a candidate for re-election to the House of Representatives, subject to the choice of the Democratic voters in the York county primary election. 44 te \\fE arc authorized to announce " JAMES E. BFJAMfSUARD ns a candidate for the House of Representatives, subject to the choice of the Democratic voters in the primary election. 60 te A T the request of numerous taxpayers who are interested in lower taxes I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the House of Representatives, subject to the rules and regulations of the Democratic party. PORTER B. KENNEDY, Sharon, July 22, 1922. 59 t e. T HEREBY announce myself as a eandidatc for re-election to the House of Representatives, subject to the action of the voters in the Democratic primary. E. W. PURSLEY. 45 t.f. te r>ELTF:VING that Dr. J. L. SPRATT will make a most suitable member of the House of Representatives if nlr,n?r>a that nlare we submit his name as a candidate subject to the action of the voters in the Democratic primary. FRIENDS. 59 t c. W. J. TALLEY of Rock Hill, is a " candidate for House of Representatives, subject to the choice of the Democratic voters in the Primary election. 46 te FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE. T AM a candidate for Probate Judge of York county, subject to the rules of the Democratic party. Being a young man, I am naturally subject to inquiry as to character, standing, habits and capacity, and where my fellow citizens are satisfied with the result of such inquiry, I will appreciate their support. Respectfully, RALPH H. CAIN. Sharon, S. C. 50 te T HEREBY announce myself as a candidate for Judge of Probate, subject to the choice of the Democratic voters in the Primary election. 41 te. JEP^HA D. GVVINN. T hereby announcb myself a candidate for re-election for the office of Probate Judge of York County, sub jeci to ine action <,n. iuc vwiua iu Democratic Primary. 4? te J. L. HOUSTON 'TO the voters of York, county: At the solicitation of friends I am n candidate for the office of Probate Judge. I am qualified to discharge the duties of the office. I will appreciate your support. I will abide by the results of the primary election. 59 t e G. P. SMITH. SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION T IIERKBY announce myself a candidate for re-olcctiop to the office of Superintendent of Education for York county, subject to the action of the voters in the Democratic primary. 61 t e JOHN E. CARROLL. T HEREBY announce myself as a candidate for the office of County Superintendent of Education, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary election. W. T. SLAUGHTER. 61 t o FOR AUDITOR I" HEREBY announce myself a~candi date for re-election to the office ot Auditor of York county, pubject to the action of the voters in the Democratic primary: BKOADUS M. LOVE. 61 t e. FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR. T AM a candidate for County Supervisor subject to the choico of the Democratic voters in the primary election. THOS. W. BOYD. T AM a candidate for re-election as County Supervisor, subject to the approval of the Democratic party in the primary. 50 te* HUGH G. BROWN. T HEREBY announce myself as a candidate for County Supervisor, subject to the choice of the Democratic voters in the primary election. 54 t 1 J. E. LATHAM. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER T AM a candidate for County Commissioner for York County subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the primary election. 55 t 1 JOHN C. KIRKI'ATRICK. T AM a candidate for County Commissioner for York County subject to tne recommenc\auon 01 ine ucmuci n tic voters in the primary election. f>5 t 1 LADD J. LUMPKIN. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. T hereby announce myself as a candidate for Treasurer of York County, according to the rules of the Democratic primary. WM. A. DOUGLAS. T AM a candidate for Treasurer of York county, subject to tho approval of the Democratic voters in the Primary election. 27 to ERNEST W. GUY. T hereby announce myself as a candidate for Treasurer of York County, subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the primary election. ARTHUR T. IIART. T AM a candidate for Treasurer of York County, subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the primary election. 23 tf JOHN R. LOGAN. T AM a candidate for Treasurer of York County, subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters (men and women) in the primary. 53 Mrs. LUCIA EWART QUINN. T hereby announce myself as a candi- | date for Treasurer of York County, subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the primary | election V. L. SHIEDER. THE BERKSHIRE HOG j TS in a class by itself, when it comes to the table. More lean in the hams, and it is the hop: that makes the I high-class breakfast bacon. Try one and be convinced. I have the pigs for ] sale. Come and see them. SHADY i NOOK POULTRY FARM, R. F. D. No. j 6, York. S. C. CI 3t j TIRZAH i PICNIC TUESDAY, AUGUST 15 President of The AMERICAN COTTON ASSOCIATION, will make the principal address. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED I In buying the Concession Privileges for th* dav are remiested to send their re spective bids to the undersigned, not later than SATURDAY, August 5. PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE PRESENT AND BRING BASKETS. MUSIC BY THE TIRZAH BAND. Tirzah Picnic Association JAMES M. CAMPBELL, Chairman. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. I hereby announce myself as a candi.1-4 * V/V..1, ,r uuiu iur 11'casurui ui i ui rv subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the primary election. W. D. THOMASSON. T AM a candidate for Treasurer of York County subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the primary election. 37 t 1 GEO. W. WILLIAMS. T 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. FOR MAGISTRATE Ebenezer Township. T HEREBY announce myself a candidate for magistrate of Ebenezer Township subject- to the action of the voters in the primary election. 59 t c? T. O. BLACKMOM. FOR MAGISTRATE Bullock's Creek Township. T AM a candidate for Magistrate in Bullock's Creek township, subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the primary. 67 te J. L. DUNCAN. Bethel Township. T AM a candidate for magistrate in Bethel Township subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters*. J. D. BOYD. T HEREBY announce myself as a candidate for re-appointmnet as magistrate in Bethel Township, subject to the Democratic voters in the primary election. 57 to JOHN M. FORD. Bethesda Township. T HEREBY announce myself a candidate for re-appointment as magistrate for Bethesda Township, subject to the Democratic voters in the primary election. E. A. CRAWFORD. T AM a candidate for magistrate in Bethesda township, subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the primary. W. R. HARPER. T AM a candidate for magisttate in Bethesda township, subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the primary. 58 t 1 FRANK M. SANDIFER. Broad River Township. T AM a candidate for Magistrate in * Broad River Township, subject to the Democratic primary. 3 DAN P. LATTIMORE. T AM a candidate for re-appointment as magistrate for Broad River township, subject to the recommendation of the Democratic voters in the pri .1?lU- T> T A QUimil I I I? I y ClUV, 11W1I. XV. XX. XX. 1 XXX. T AM a candidato for Magistrate in Broad River township, subject to the recommendation of the voters in the primary. 57 te R. J. CALDWELL. King's Mountain Township. T HEREBY announce myself a eandidate f> r re-election to the office of magistral! for King's Mountain town- I [ship subject to the action of the voters in the primary election. R. E. LOVE. 59 t e I York Township. T AM a candidate for re-appointment j as magistrate for York township, I subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. l'\ C. BLACK. , T AM a candidate for magistrate in York township, subject to the approval of the Democratic voters in tho j. primary election. W. S. PETERS. | 58 t e*. j, lifnffnnrl Pnllnnn EUilnn Cnhnnl VTUiiuru liuucyt: runny ouiiuui SPARTANBURG, S. C. I Prepares your boy for College on a Col- ^ | lege Campus. Fine Climate, Reserve i Officers' Training Corps; Excellent In- ' struction; Christian influence. j. Charges reduced to actual cost; total' j $239.00 a year. Write for Catalog. t W. C. HERBERT, Head Master. t Typewriter Ribbons and Typewriter Papers at The Enquirer Office. < ] J11S1II11111111111(II!!111111111111111111111i111II111 1 00 F I Ladies' Spo l $1.00 Valu I ^1iwcfamxtti i nnv 1U tUllllELL uiu WE WANT NO CF iTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii imiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! I In Behalf ICOUN1 1 We are so proud of*tl I Curb Market that we sii = about it. The enthusiasm = tlm town was wonderful. | the Town and Country w | be desired. All that we 11 ? from the Country Womcj = promising start that we ct S Country Store should in | market. Nevertheless, there w = Saturday that must be cli = ket can become a real s = were very patient with th = day, but we must not exj | everlasting. 1 "A-l Quality, Satisfact( Service," must be oui The Committee has wc a the present, which, if fol 5 the convenience of all ar = prompt service to custonn = correct accounts: 1. All persona with Produce ^ thirty (30) minutes before the op< ready for a prompt opening. 2. All Produce must be attracl 3 range it neatly in one place on the 5 and other unsightly containers ou 3. Sell your own Produce, and 3 you, so that you will not need to r 3 customers waiting. 4. Mane a Ticket for every < EE The customer's ticket should conte E the amount of each. For convenier 5 cts at home?with your name on e ? time in the rush. 5. Customers will complete tl 3 tickets to the Secretary and pay he BY OBSERVING THE ABOVI 2 system hereafter and keep our Mar 2 every particular. 1 VISIT THE COUNTRY Mrs. JEFF CL. imiimiiimiiHHiniiiiiUHUHiiiiiiiiiniiiiii BUGGIES WE HANDLE SEVERAL makes of REGGIES. Wo rail please you as to style of body and pain tine: and \vc can please you in quality and furthermore we can please you in the PRICE. Call on us and let's talk it over. SEED AND FEED OATS? We have SEED GATS and FEED < >ATS. if you need either or both kinds of OATS come and see us for the J kind you want. CANE SEED? Have ORANOK and AMBER CANE SEED, and if you haven't already put in a pood sized crop of cane for feed it will be wise for you to do so. No other crop will make quite so much hay/and very few crops will make better hay and, you'll And plenty of use for hay this fall and next winter and in " - - tue spring. 1 US, auw suuii; taut o-.vu. j J. F. CARROLL NOTICE M"OTICE is given that applications for loans through The Federal Land Rank of Columbia, will now be received. An allotment of $40,000 has been made to this Association for use in making loans, up to about December 1st, 1922, and all persons who desire loans through this source pre requested to file applications with me immediately, as all applications for this illotmrnt must be in with the Bank in Columbia not later than September 1st. If applications arc not filed by that irne the same cannot be received, until ifter December 1st. Interest rate is low 5 1-2 per cent, with all the regular Federal Farm Loan features. JOHN A. .MARION, secretary and Treasurer, Peoples Naticnal Farl Ixian Association, fuly 27th, 1922. 60 3t. LICENSE TAX DUE BUSINESS and professional people of the Town of York, arc hereby 1 lotificd that tlie special license and irivilege taxes, prescribed by ordi- '. innce of said town are due and pay-1 iblc from and after August 1, until Vuguat 13 and that penalties will at- 1 arh after last named date. The said ,J axes are payable to me at my office. < Respectfully, i ' J. F. FAULKNER, j r Trcas. Town of York, j fork, S. C. July 23, 1922. . 59 3t. 5 IIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW 'AIRS I ? )rt Oxfotds I # es?Special | ,5Q | GOODS COMPANY | ?EDIT BUSINESS immmimmiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiimimiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiimiimi : of The I RY I VRKETI s ic success of York's first ? u])ly cannot keep quiet 5 shown by the women of S xVnd the cooperation of s omen was all that could ? eed now is more support = a. We have had such a a 111 see no reason why our E ot become a permanent . ? i '.'jiiiii as much confusion last E minatcd. before our mar- 5 uccess. The customers | ie poor service on Satur- S >ect their patience to be S)ry Prices, and Prompt | r slogan. irked out a few rules for 1 lowed, will add much to E id will aid especially in 5 jrs and in the keeping of = to Sell MUST be at the Market ?eningr"hou?V and have everythirtg E E live and of the Best quality. Ar- S ; table, and place all boxes, bajrs 5 t of sight. mm have Scales, Measures, etc., with 2 un all over the market and keep 2 . :ustomer and keep one yourself, s: Un your name, articles sold, and 2 ice, make a number of these tick- 2 lacli ticket. This will save much 2 ' - : - ?n?.rtKnono nn,l t lion to I/O Q 11 ? It'll JJUlLliaOfiJ, UilU Iitu innv Ml* mm 5 RULES wc hope to have more g ket up to the highest standard in gj ' STORE SATURDAY 1 ARK, For Committee. iiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiHiiiiHHiiiiiiiniiiniiimiifii LET US DO YOUR PRESCRIPTION WORK When your doctor gives you a Prescription, BRING IT TO US and. we will SAVE YOU MONEY and give you the REST of Drugs, properly compounded. TELL YOUR DOCTOR TO SEND US YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS. If You Want Any Doctor In town, PHONE No. 31 and we will get him for you. ALWAYS KEEP US IN MIND. lYldllYUl CU LSI Ug V/U. NEAR THE COURTHOUSE. IF YOU ARE LOOKINGFOR ATTRACTIVE PRICES COME TO THE CASH 4 CARRY WESSON OIL?Pints 28 CTS. WESSON OIL?Quarts 55 CTS. GELFAND'S RELISH 30 CT8. SANDWICH SPREAD 15 CTS.. VINEGAR?Red and White?Qt. 50 CTS. Eagle Brand Milk 22 CTS. ROAST BEEF, 1 lb. cans 25 CTS. SUGAR nt the right price. . Also FLOUR at r.ght price. THE CASH AND CARRY THOMASSON S REPAIR SHOP I" HAVE purchased the above well known shop and am ready to do firstdass Repair Work of all kinds, Rubber Hring for Buggies, Horse Shoeing, etc., md solicit the patronage of the public, W. E. HANSEN, Prop. 9 2t*.