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? Charleston, August 19. With everything
apparently in good order the
giant seaplane Sampaty Correiu, flying
from New York to Rio de Janeiro ar- |
lived here from Southport, N. C., at
3:40 this afternoon. Lieut. Hinton said;
the Sampaio Correia will take the air
i at suivise tomorrow, heading direct
& tor Nassau; an ov.\s.\ts (light of 7501
I miles, lie said that lie plans to leave
W Nassau at sunrise Monday for San !
Juan 420 miles. He appeared to be j
confident of reaching Rio de Janeiro J
in ample time for the opening of the I
centennial celebration of Brazilian in- :
dependence. Mr. Hinton and his asso- I
elates seemed confident the Sampaio
Correia was functioning splendidly.
They were disappointed over tfie
double delay in reaching Charleston,
Thursday at Manteo, N. C., and yesterday
at Southport, near Wilmington,
N. C. The craft took two hours and
thirteen minutes for the afternoon
flight and was in radio communication
all the time. Besides Mr. Hinton, the
others aboard the plane are George T.
.1 mnnHfi- R_ Pinto Martins, as
sistant pilot; John Wilsehauhen, me- I
chanic and J. T. Baltzell, camera marv j
for a cinema news concern.
Special jflotircs.
King's Mountain Township
Sabbath School Association will meet
at the Presbyterian Church at Clover,
Sunday, August 27, at 3 o'clock p. in.
2t W. Lee Gettys, Pres.
Box Supper At Sharon.
Rox supper Thursday night. August
24th, at 8 o'clock, Sharon School Auditorium.
Benefit M. E. church. Come.
Notice.
To the Patrons of the Clover Schools:
"The Clover Public Schools will begin
the 1922-'23 session on Monday, September
the 4th. It is very important
that, as far as possible at least, every
student should begin with the opening
nf th<? school.
The building: program interfered I
considerably with the school work l ast
session. Although unavoidable the confusion
and noise the first part of last
session were very distinctive. Happily,
the conditions now are very favorable.
The trustees have been very zealous in
their efforts to secure competent and
trained teachers.
The law requires that all children attending
a public school shall be vaccinated.
In order thai there should be
as little interruption as possible after
school has started, all chimren who
have not already been vaccinated
should be vaccinated at once. There is
every indication that the coming year
will be one in which good work will be
accomplished.
It W. S. Reid, Superintendent.
Card to the Voters.
To the Democrats of York County.
I um approaching you by this method,
because there is no other way
available to me at this time.
As you are aware, I am a candidate
for the office of County Treasurer for
the term beginning with the expiration
?iw, Mr W K Wil on Julv 1. !
of next year, or as soon thereafter as
Mr. Neil can be checked out of office,
probably in August of September.
I was late in entering the race because
of circumst inces with which
most readers of this are familiar, and
except for which circumstances 1 would
not have entered at all.
Being thoroughly familiar with the
complicated responsibilities of the position,
I was reluctant to enter, but finally
yielded to the persuasion of numerous
friends and well-wishers, who
insist that my long experience in the
office, and my wide acquaintance witli
the many good people with whom 1
have come in contact during that experience
would make my services especially
useful and valuable to the fiscal
affairs of York county.
1 have no doubt of my ability to Till
the position, and since i have entered,
1 naturally want to win; so to that end
I want to ask for the help of every
friend f have who feels that he or she
can help me without injustice to themselves
or to any of the other Candida
tea.
Of course I am not in position to
make promises; but as to whether or
not I am capable of discharging the.
duties of the office along the same efficient
lines on which they have been
discharged, heretofore, most readers of
tiiis are in a positioi to judge for themselves,
and others will have no difficulty
in finding out by making inquiry of
those who are 111 a position to know.
If it were so that 1 could 1 would he
glad to talk this matter over with tarli
of you in person; but as tliat is not
practicable I can only leave the case
with you. If you see proper to give me
the recommendation, sueli an evidence
of your confidence and esteem will
make me the proudest woman in the
State; but if. on the other hand you
cannot see your way elear to favor me
with this high honor. 1 shall continue
to consider myself rieh in the m< mory
of the courteous consideration that you
have always ls'cn according me heretofore.
Respectfully,
titi 3t Lucia Kwart Quinn.
COTTON MARKET
Tuesday. August 22. 1922.
Cotton Seed
Sharon 22J ?
Yorkvlllo 22] ?
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS.
Lost?1 Hue silk umhrella, ladies size,
(Name inside). Return to Mrs. Ii A. j
Hall. York, S. C. ?7* It.
. .. -.. -
INFORMATION WANTED
A XYONE who is able to give any information
what v< r about JAMES;
HAIRE. or his wifo, MARY .MrDONALD
I! A IRK. who lived on Cork's
Fork.in York county, will confer a
favor by addressing - .Mrs. Robert II.
Strickley, care of The Yurkville EnMUircr.
Mr. Ilaire died about 1M:$ and
Mrs. Ilaire about DL'G. Th ir ehildr- n
moved to East Tennessee. GT 3t.
CLEAN THE STREAMS
Important Notice to Land Owners of
King's Mountain Township.
T AND owners of King's Mountain
Township are attain advised of the
law that requires them to clean the
streams running thiough their lands.
This work should have been att"inled
to In fore* the lftli day of August;
hut*where it has m?t been done by that
date b cause ?>| crop pressure or oil.- r
good reasons, th': commissiotn rs of
Kind's .Mountain township have been
willing to grant a ) nsonable extension
of time.
Noliee is her-by given that from
and af?? r tin* r.t)i day of Scpu mber, on
eoinpluirt that the law has not b en j
complied with, in any specith case, tl-e
commissioners of Nine's Mountain
township will take the matter irt hand
and do the work a! the expense of the,
land owner who lias been disregarding,
this and previous notice*.
W. T. REAMd'AIU),
Chairman of Rnurd of Township Commissioners
King's M mnlain Town-I
sh i p.
J. D. SMITH, Clerk. G7 2t.
PICNIC AT NEW ZION.
TMIIS general public as well as the
County Candidates are -invited to an
old time Basket Picnic at New Zion on
next Friday, L'5th. Bring well tilled
basket. Bring your friends.
It* COMMITTEE.
NOTICE.
To the Democratic Voters of York
County:
TX offering for County Treasurer 1
feel fully ipialilled to till the position
to your entire satisfaction. 1 have
had four years of banking experience,
linuiilnu hnvitv -nr-iit over tweiltV VCai'S
in the law oflicc of the late ('. K.
Spencer of York, and if elected, 1 intend
to give the people of York county
the benefit of my experience by
helping them in any way f can. Thin
kind of service will doubtless be the
means at some time or other of savins
you money, and I will feel fully repaid
by knowing that 1 have served
you well and thus drawn us that much
closer together.
Should you so honor me by plaeincr
mc< in this office why should not I give
you the benefit of my knowledge along
these lines, and if elected I want you
to feel free to call on me at any time.
Your vote will be appreciated.
Yours for service,
65 3t* GKO; W. WILLIAMS.
BLAIRSViLLE PICNIC
THURSDAY, AUGUST 24,
AT BLAIR'S GROVE
The General Public as well
as all candidates for County
Offices are cordially invited
to the Bi-cnnial
CAMPAIGN PICNIC
At IJInir's (i rove, IJIairsvi!Ic
on Thursday of this week.
Come and bring all your
friends and well-filled dinner
baskets.
COMMITTEE.
THE STAR THEATRE
TODAY
BEBE DANIELS?
In "A Game Chicken." The gay tale
of a pretty pullet who tried to be a
rooster. Don't miss this one.
WEDNESDAY
"DON'T NEGLECT YOUR WIFE"?
A Goldwyn picture.
THURSDAYGEORGE
WALSH?
In "With Stanley In Africa." Also a
Comedy and a Western Drama.
COMING
ALICE CALHOUN?
in "Tim Anarl of Crooked Street."
J. Q. V/RAY, Manager.
6 lbs. for $1.00
Six Pounds Grain Coffee for $1.00
This is 2 cents a pound less than tip'
wholesale price. Call and see it and
you'll buy a supply.
BUGGIES WILL ADVANCE
Received notice from a Injury concern
that they will b<- forced to advance
prices.un Ruggies on August 25.
LARRO DAIRY FEED?
If you want milk and butter, feed
your cows on LAKKl) DAIRY FEKD.
FLOUR HAS GONE DOWN?
In Price. See us before j'nu buy.
BUR CLOVER SEED?
...We can supply your needs .... .
CARROLL BROS.
Look Before You Leap!
WR HAVE USED the above expression
in our advertisements in The En>liiiix-i*
during Hie past twenty-three
years seores of times, and very likely
you have read it, but failed to net, because
you bad the idea, as ninny have
who have never looked, that "All life,
insurance companies are about the
mine." NuW, HONESTLY, do you
think we wouid he so silly as to claim
that the Mutual Meiiefit is in a class by
ITSELF, if we did not KNOW that it |
was? It is a fact that there are not less
than "00 companies in the United
Slates that would settle with your i
beneficiary at your de'ath strictly ac- i
cording: to THHIit contract, but there
is not a single solitary one that tfuar- |
antees in its contruet (policy) t<? treat
you as well and as liberally while you
are living as the Mutual Lenelit.
The Mutual Benefit has a record cov- J
ering a period of 77 years that is as
white as snow.
tt was organized in 1845 by a few
hifjii class men for the cole purpose oF
furnishing the BEST there was in life
insurance at a minimum cost to its;
members (policy holders.) arm ims always
done exactly that. ''Look Before
You Leap." ' .
SAM M. & S. E. GRIST
DISTRICT AGENTS
JT~ We write all kinds of Cloud Insurance.
BUILDING MATERIAL
WE HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF
BUILDING MATERIAL ON HAND.
Kvorythinp you need to Imild or repair
i1 luiu.se. I'.olii lioi'-.li and Dressed
Lumber- Doors. Sash, Windows. We
will s ire pive you close prices on nil
Iluildlnc .Material.
TURNIP SEED?
Iteceived our second shipment of
Seed. Sow a pateh now.
We want to buy < Mie Thousand
Bushels >!' nice Home liaised lied or
'Appier Oats for Seed.
Thai ear load has arrived. Kxpect
the I I; e tllis WC ek.
MASON FRUIT JARS?
Tops and Rubbers.
I'ced Oyster Shells to your ehickens
and you will pet more epps. We carried
over a few bushels of fane So"d
that are pood feed for chickens.
YORK SUPPLY CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
FOR CONCRESS?FIFTH DISTRICT.
T HEREBY announce myself as a
| candidate in the Democratic priI
marie? of South Carolina, for the nomination
for Representative of the Fifth
I Congressional District for the GSth i
; Congress, and I take this opportunity j
j to tli^nk the people of the District for I
j their loyal support in the past and to |
i say that I shall endeavor to deserve
their support and confidence in the fujture.
W. F. STEVENSON.
33 t. f. te
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
T AM a candidate for the House of
Representatives, subject to the
rules of the Democratic iKirty.
G4 t e W. A. BOLIN.
\iyE are authorized to announce W.
" U. 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
WE are authorized to announce ER\vi
vr p Ai?nTHMI?S iifi n eandi
date for re-election to the House of
Representatives, subject to the choice
of the Democratic voters in the York
county primary election. 44 to
YXTl-l are authorized to announce
JAMES E. BEAMUUARD as a
candidate for the House of Representatives,
subject to the choice of the
Democratic voters in the primary election.
. 60 to
A T the request of numerous taxpayers
who are interested in lower taxes 1
hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the House of Representatives,
subject to the rules and regulations ol
the Democratic party.
PORTER B. KENNEDY,
Sharon, July 22, 1922. 59 t e.
T HEREBY announce myself as a candidate
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
RELIEVING that Dr. J. L. SPRATT
will make a most suitable member
of the House of Representatives if
elected to that place we submit his
name as a candidate subject' to the
action of the voters in the Democratic
primary. FRIENDS.
59 t e.
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. 4G te
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
T AM a candidate for Frobate Judge
of York county, subject to the rules
of the Democratic party. Being a
young man, I am naturally subject 10
inquiry as to character, standing, habits
and capacity, and where iny follow
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. J EPTHA D. UWiNN.
T hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election for the office of
Probate Judge of York County, subject
to the action of the voters in the
Democratic Primary.
*0 te J. It. HOUSTON
I
rP? > llie voters of York county: At
the solicitation of friends I am a
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 i e G. P. SMITH.
SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION
T ilERKRY announce myself a candidate
for re-election to the office of
Superintendent of Education for York
county, subject to the action of the
voters in the Democratic primary.
?1 t e JOHN E. CARROLL.
T I1ERKRY announce myself as a canI
didate for the office of County
Superintendent of Education, subject
to the rules of the Democratic primary
election. AY. T. SLAUGHTER,
lil t c
FOR AUDITOR
T JIERERY announce myself a candidate
for re-election to the office of
Auditor of York county, subject to the
action of the voters in the Democratic j
? > T'coAni'S \i T.UVR
I"1111,11 J ? ,
[61 t e.
FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
T AM a candidate for County Super- j
A visor subject to the choice of the j
Democratic voters in the primary j
election. TIIOS. W. I JOY D.
T AM a candidate for re-election as ;
County Supervisor, subject to the
approval of the Democratic party in
the primary.
f,U te* HUOH G. BROWN".
T HEREBY announce myself as a
candidate for County Supervisor, j
subject to the choice of the Democratic j
voters in the primarv election,
i 54 t 1 J. E. LATHAM.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
T AM a candidate for County Coin- '
| inis.sioncr for York County subject!
I to the recommendation of the DcmnIcratic
voters in the primary election, j
55 t I JOHN e. KIKKl'ATKICK.
T AM a candidate for County Com- !
r.iissioncr lor York Connly subject j
to the recommendation of tlie Demo- i
e ratio voters in the primary election. ;
55 t 1 LADD J. LUMI'KIN.
T IIEUERY announce myself as a J
candidate, for the office of county j
! commissioner, subject to the action of,
I the voters in the P.mooretic primary.'
j ij:j t e J11:.\!:v MKREITT.
T JIEUKIJY nnnounec myself as a
candidate for the office of county
[commissioner, subject to the recom- I
I uieiub'tion of the 1?< niocratic voters in
I tin* |i imai y eleel ion.
63 t c ' J. W. SHIIXIXGLAW.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
7 hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Treasurer of York County,
according to the- rules of the Demo- '
j emtio primary. WAl. A. DOUGLAS.
T A.M a candidate for Treasurer of
* York eountv, subjt ct to tlie apI
proval of the Democratic voters in the
I I Tlmnry elceiinn.
I ?7 to ERNEST TV. GUY. ?
BLOOD WILL TELL.
TVTY rtrst chicks wero hatched February
10. Gathered my llrst, pullet J
e>r;r July 12. I have younp cockerels |
hatched from the same pens for $1.00,
and up t<? $15.00. Come and pick out i
what you want. SHADY NOOJCI
POULTRY FAItM, L'mtc No. fi, York,
S. C. 67 lit j
BERKSHIRE PIGS.
T HAVE some of those Kerkshire Pigs 1
yet. They arc growing and the I
price will have to grow hm?. You had J
better come and si a them. SHADY
NOOK POULTRY FAILM, lloute No. C,
York, S. C. 67 3t
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
COUNTY TREASURER.
: T hereby announce myself as a candl- '
date for Treasurer of York County, i
subject 10 the recommendation of the 1
Democratic voters in the primary elec- i
tion. ARTHUR T. HART. |
T AM a candidate for Treasurer of
I York County, subject to the rccom1
mendation of the Democratic voters in
the primary election.
23 tf JOHN R. LOGAN.
'T AM a candidate for Treasurer of
York County, snhject to the recomI
mendation of the Democratic voters
| ('men and women) in the palmary.
53 Mrs. LUCIA liWAHT yuiNA.
T hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Treasurer of York County,
I subject to the recommendation of the
! Democratic voters In the primary
election D. I* SHUSDER.
T hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Treasurer of York County,
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
I Treasurer of York county, subject to
the recommendation of the Democratic
voters in the primary election.
2(5 t I* M. C. WILLTS.
FOR MAGISTRATE
Ebenczer Township.
J HEREBY announce myself a candl
date for magistrate of KDonczer
Township subject to the action of the
voters in the primary election.
59 t e* T. O. BLACKMON.
T AM a candidate for appointment as
A Magistrate for Kbenezcr township,
subject to the approval of the Democratic
voters in the Primary election. If
I receive the recommendation I shall
endeavor to deserve their support and
confidence.
JAS. IJ. SWINNIE.
Newport, S. C. G3 te*
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.
57 te J. L. DUNCAN.
Bethel Township.
I" HEREBY announce myself as a
jA candidate lor re-appointmnet as
magistrate in Bethel Townsnip, suuject
to the Democratic voters ia the
primary election.
57 t c JOHN JI. FORD.
Bethcsda Township.
T HEREBY announce myself a candidate
for rc-appointment as magistrate
for Bethcsda Township, subject
to the Democratic voters in the primary
election. E. A. CRAWFORD.
T AM a candidate for magistrate in
Bethcsda township, subject to the
recommendation of the Democratic
voters in the primary.
\Y\ it. HARPER.
1
T AM a candidate for magistrate in
Bethcsda township, subject to the
recommendation of the Democratic
voters in til" primary.
3S t 1 FRANK M. SANDIFEIt.
Broad River Township.
y AM a candidate for Magistrate in
~ jjrnau mver rownsnip, suojeci iu
tlie Democratic primary.
3 DAN P. LATT1MORE.
T AM a candidate for re-appointment
as magistrate for Broad River township,
subject to the recommendation
of the Democratic voters in the primary
election. If. J.. A. SMITH.
T AM a candidate for Magistrate in
Hroud Itivcr township, subject to I
the recommendation of the voters in;
the primary.
57 tc R. J. CALDWELL.
King's Mountain Township.
y HEREBY announce myself a candldate
for re-election to tlie oftico of
magistrate for King's Mountain township
subject to the action of the voters
in the primary election. R. E. LOVE.
59 t e
York T9wnship.
T AM a candidate for ro-appointmont
as magistrate for York township,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
primary. F. C. BLACK.
T AM a candidate for magistrate ir.
York township, subject to tlie npnroval
of the Democratic voters in tlie'
n-iiiru v election. W. S. PETERS.
5S t e*.
See The Enquirer Office for Titles
anH Mortgages of Real Estate.
I
Sow Turnips Now
There Is it good season In the ground
and it is time you were sowing your i
Turnip patch for the fall and winter.
We have the TURNIP SEED?All of
the host kinds and can supply you in
any quantity desired.
YOU KNOW that many people cat
Turnips and Turnip Salads for the reason
th u ihoy arc good to tho taste and
there .arc l"ts of other people who cat
Turnips and Turnip Salad "for the fact;
that they have considerable medicinal
value. |
Anyway sow yourself a Turnip
pa tell and do it early.
See us for TURNIP SEEI).
CLOVER DRUG STORE
Quality and Srrv'co.
Phcne No. 2 CLOVER, S. C.1
FOR
Probate Ju<
To the Voters of York County:
In seeking the suffrage of the Voters (me
the important office of Probate Judge of Yorlrespcetfully
submit that I am fully capable oj
duties of this important position.
J am 27 years of age and a native of the
York county, where I have resided practically a
I was educated in the public schools of V
Clemson College.
Upon my return from the World War,
overseas with the Twenty-ninth Division, I res
teaching and farming.
Prior to my entry into the military serv
r nf mv f'iifliPV 1 lu> l:lt<> I liMU'V ( !m
charge of said estate.
I hold that my experience as a farmer an
mess man has fully equipped me to attend to
office of Probate Judge if nominated, and 1 pr<
conscientious service.
I am making this race upon my own me
the demerits of any of my opponents.
T have conducted a clean campaign and p
doing so.
Your vote for Probate Judge op Tuesda
be appreciated by no candidate more than it
at eel by
RALPH H. C
SHARON, - - - S. C.
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j HEAVY OVERALLS $1 A PAIR |
= 300 Pairs of. Men's I leavy Overalls?At $1.00 Pair =
Take it from us, Overalls like 1 hose will be sell- =
a big at $1.75 to '$2.00 pair within 90 days.
A FEW OTHER GOOD VALUES
? Women's WHITE SPORT OXFORDS, Saddle Seam of Black?
~ Value $2.50 |?ulr Buy 'em her for $1.48 Pair s
~ CLOSING OUT ALL LADIES' SUMMER HATS =
'.~Z All Ladies' SPRING HATS?values up (o $3.00 Each?Now Go?
ins at . 98 CTS. Each S
5 WINDOW SHADES?Standard size?Each 50 CTS. E
= MEN'S SOCKS?l'air 10 CTS. =
E LADIES' HOSE?All Colors?I'air .... 10 CTS. =
= YARD-WIDE PERCALE?Yard ? 121-2 CTS. S
= 32-INCH GINGHAMS -Yard 15 CTS. ?
5 MEN'S GOOD Sl/SPENDERS?Pair - 25 CTS. =
= ICE WATER?PLENTY OK IT?HEAL COLD?FREE. =
| ITONNELL DRY GOODS COMPANY I
WE WANT NO CREDIT BUSINESS E
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! Look Over Your Wardrobe
? . . ?
} And see if there is not something missing or |
? perhaps almost worn out?A Suit of Clothes ?
? that has soon bettor days, or a pair of Shoes ?
? that could ho better; or perhaps you'll find ?
f that your Underwear is a bit threadbare, or *
? maybe it's Slurts that are getting frazzled at t
? the collars and cuffs. Take a look today and X
$ sec what vou'll find. ?
? *
t THEN VISIT STROUP'S 2
X . . ?
? For what you may need, be it Clothing, Shoes, X
Underwear, Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear, etc. 'l
? You'll find what vou want here and vou'll also X
I * . . ?
X find that we have the qualities and the styles $
? and the prices, too, that will appeal to your ?
X good sense of real values. j;
'i AN EXTRA SUIT OR PAIR OF SHOES |
Can lie boiisrhf now for considerably less than X
either can be had for next spring?just think ?
that over. Then come and see St roup's. |
! J. M. STROUP |
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Read "MISS LULA BETT" In Today's ENQUIRER. Page 7
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dge
P"
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ii ana women) jui
: County, 1 would
I attending to the
Sharon section of
II of my life.
'oi k county and at
in tvlih'li 1 sowed
Mined my work of
ice I was executor
in, and am still in
(1 teacher and bus- ^
the duties of the
Dinisc faithful and
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Your Laundry Work?
Wo want your Laundry work and
: will give you the BEST service possij
ble. We'll call for your work and wo
will deliver it at your home. Two colj
lections and two deliveries each week.
Our York Office is two doors South'
I of the Courthouse on South Main St.
THE ROCK HILL LAUNDRY
Prompt and Satisfactory Service
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Tyoewriter Ribbons and Typewriter
Papers at The Enquirer Office.
KODAKS
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[ This is the season when you are taking
your vacation and having visitors
in your home.. Make a record of tlw*
, happenings and the places you go anA
keep them to enjoy in after years?N
KODAK makes the best record? Jj
j See us for
KODAKS?ALL SIZES
FILMS FOR KODAKS?all size#.
KODAK FINISHING?
Wo havo mado arrangements with
the best Kodak Film 1-1 n is he is in the
South and can give you FIVE-DAY
service and the l>ost of results. LSring
or send us your Films for finishing ar.d
printing. You'll be pleased.
YORK DRUG STORE
TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.
A DD persons who are indebted to
^ the estate of Mrs. M. A. KAINEY,
do ifisod, are hereby notified to make
payment to the undersigned at onct\
Persons having claims against said
estate arc advised to present thorn to
me, duly authenticated within the tiyuj
prescribed by law.
J. L. RAINEY.
Executor of the Estate of Mrs. M. A,
Kainoy, Deceased. C2 f 3t
Typewriter Ribbons and Typewriter
Papers at The Enquirer Office.
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