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Salisbuby. N. 0. July, 10thf '07.
SoTar aa we Ynow, the Enter-
ptiaewas the first paper in the
? ' - State to sugeet the baitoe of Hon.
John S. Henderson for governor,
a and it is with pleasure that we
' note his friends' are now backing
him for the place. Salisbury has
olaimed many hondiv' but this
should not stand in the way
;; With all due respect to the others,
Hon. John 'ST Henderson is' ihe
biggest, brainiest and best ef
j them all. He would make the
State a good 1 goyernor. Stanly
Enterprise. T " , r
The Enterprise is entirely right
in what it says in the above and
is welcome to its claim of being
" the original Henderson man, not
withstanding we made a similar
- is no doubt as to Mr. Henderson'
. acuity ana ntness for governor
'"'and, so far Ss his individuality" is
concerned; weJh"ave ralways be
n lieved thftt ii election to any
;v' OffiWwas public blessing. -His
J '"cousin A. H. Boy den, however,
al hat long kept the mouths of his
friends shut and their activities
WREMTrpooTd 2 or 8-horse farm,
fefLocke township, apply to Dr.
RLJ Cowan, Salisbury, Route 2.
- A." L. Lyerly, while harvesting
sojie oate, Jast SattiYda;y had th
Raited !toill,stifelies;sl,,ll tell
you.to look sharp the next time. -
Mr a finson Wia
wmdmu fi too yji V U&UV4SjU I
bortrood. oased. nea'cefnllv awav
last Sunday dveniWa't 5 oclock.
"Bfie was iakenpnly alfew days ago
Vfth' a stroke of paraysTs', which
causea ner aeatn. one leaves
three daughters and a numper of
relatives and L friends to monrtf
her loss, -The interment i was
made this evening at 5 o'clock, in
Rev. N. D. Bodie. : '--i
4V t k
Nearly- all old .fashioned Cough
Syrups ' are coustipatingr especi
ally those that coutdirr. opiates
They, don; t act just right..; Ken-
nedv s Jazativa Gough Syrup con-
tains' "no opiates. It drivbs the
cold out of the 'system'!: by gently
moving the bowels. Contains Hon
ey and Tar and tastes Nearly , as
good. as. .maple syruc , :Children
like it. - Sold by James : Plummer
and all dmggists. - , , -
.BflLD HILL ; : :
We , are having extremely hot
weather here now. . ?: K ;":
The threshers are at work in
community. The - Sides-Leln t z
wacuon engine ana tnresner pass-
Public mission day at Union on
third Sunday of this month. The
ladies' are' preparing exercises! find
arranging the program for the oc
casion." There will be a sermon
in the morning at 11 o'clock.
v.v """ ""'iust closed a week's meeting here
missions. -We wish to see 4 large , ulSJLiS-
crowd present. . j " -r"- ?
A rucus between Berrv"BftBinffer There wa n9 hch celebrating
Atid 11 A. TPaiI nftftnrr w , done here on the Fourth as most
Saturday, in which Basineer. we f the people visited Salisbury on
ed r through here last- week, and
he.;asinger x&t .M. organ tCo.'s
threshing machine . went out p
day, ""'" "!
- Rev. Black, of Palmerville, and
Rev. Summy.'.of Rockwell, have
Mr. Proctor, the superintendent
of the new minet on the Smith lot
heret last,, reek hau1led,4ft farge
bolder oyer to the mier' and; has
finished the excavating and foun
dation wbrkjior a ten stamp mill,
which is to be. erected- at, once.
It is reported jbhat the ore is very
rich in gold, running from $10 to
$20 per tou. , .; ; , . -
Irvin Shaver and Will Jenkins
.visited at ' Gladstone . last, ;week.
Guess there will 7 be something
doing down there in the near - fu
ture..-'.;':' '- - -
Miss Margaret Newel is visiting
friends here.; Miss Newel taught
onr public school , recently closed,
and is very popular here.
i Martin & Leonard have erected
ainew store building andare con
ductins a general merchandise
, . f'JnlyQth.
Ihe farmers are settiutr out of I
- - . . . - 1
understand, got the best of Foil,
cutting several gashes in, or about
his head which required a phy
The Union Copper and Goll
Hill mines are working quite live
ly now, the Gold Hill mine has
changed superintendents. Mr.
Haggarty being-replaced by. Mr.
Shepherd, of California, who is
; buildiug a tram road , from the
I'll step your pain free. To
show you first before you spend
a penny what my Pink Pain Tab
lets can do, I will mail you free, J
a Trial Package of them Dr.
Shoop'r Headache Tablets. Neu
ralgia, Headaohe, Toothache, Pe
riod pains, etc., are due alone to
blood congestion. Dr. Snoop's
Headache Tablets simply kill pam large bedies of ore in the Barn-
Barnhart shaft to the stamp mill,
also is putting in a switch from
the Southern road . to the stamp
! mill to put in coal and haul out
concentrates. Wheu this , is fin
ished the stamp mill will, it is
saia, run reguiariy, as tnere are
by coaxing away the unnatural
blood pressure. That is all. Ad
dress" Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis.
Sold by Grimes Drug Store.
nan ana Miner snaits wnion are
now both un watered, and ready
to commence breaking and hoist
ing the ore.
I John Arey is erecting a large
two-story house near his store.
Gnesa he will tnke her in when
the house 'is completed.
f C. R. Morgan is building a door,
Bach and blind factory near the
depot He has the boiler and
engine placed and the building
When the baby is teething it is
cross and restless ; it becomes fe
verish, and in many cases vomits
4 great deal and oftentimes can
not even keep cool water on the
Stomach. All the delicate little
organs of the stomach are affect
ed,, .bringing on colic and diar
rhoea. ClSCaSieet for babies and
children makes the stomach right
and al lavs inflammation and pre
vents irritation. ClSCJSWBBt makes
the baby happy and well. Sold by
James Plummer and all druggists.
Milleb, ToBiASf- a prominent
and usef uV citizen of Gol i - Hill
township, diecLat bis home near
Lower Stone church, . Saturday
morning, at the age. of 69 years, 9
months and 5 days. The funeral
and ; interment took place at Lower
Stone church, although Mr. Mil
ler was a member of Organ church .
Mr Miller was a brave confeder
ate soldier and a member, of the
57th Regiment, -Company F, N.
u. state troops, jue leaves one
brother,, Rufus Miller, jf- Salis
bury, one sister Mrs. Catharine
Kluttz, of Concord, arid one half
brother,1 John Miller, who lives
near Hattershops this county and
one half-sister, Mrs. Paul Kluttz
of Manning, also one son, George
J. Miller, who lives at the home
place, and Mrs. Minnie Peary, of
Plyler. Stanly county, to mourn
his loss. Mr. Miller's wife has
bean dead about 80 years.
McBeeJVIes V A died at Sawnee
Tenn, Saturday night after
short illness Mis McBee was the
mother of Thomas McBee who is
well known here, and also a sister
of MrsCH McKenzieof Salisbury
Mrs C M Sumner who has been
Where was Bi o. ltemi?er t J3,e, was
not up here, Samil6nkfed tail him
Knt. AA rofc - Bftft him .Yon inRt;
,..s -...v. . ... m.a mi? KOblllUK VUt JX i ; w - v J
tbe.gr.8. .gain. gne.-th6y m.de 'iJKJSS "S
- w. va. UIO Udg
J H c Keuzie and Miss Edith
McKenzie went to Lincolton's
Monday to attend the funeral
The health of this community
is very good at this, writing.
Henery C. r Trexler bought a
new organ ; recently, fcruess . we
will have music now.
It seems by the writings of the
"Brown.Eyed Girl" that some of
the gents , of our neighborhood
had a good, time at Shavertown.
That is right Harvey I dont blame
you bam likes to have a good
The Pool Town boys and our boys
: i 1 . 1 t c t
croaaea oais laBi oaturaay on our
grounds and the score .was 18 to 18
I though Br,.Jtemize.r w&s coming
whether any one else did or not.
$e ready toi " hollow When we
come down. Xetuffknowi' when
you want us to come. e,We will
come most any old time..
- Sam Sniggleton, Jr.
When there is the v slightest in
dication of indigestion, 'heart
burn, flatulence or anjrfdrm of
Btomach trouble take alittle Ko
dol occasionally and you will be
afforded prompt relief. ( ; Kodol is
a compound of vegetable' 'acids
and contains the juices found in a
healthy stomach. : Kodolr-. digests
what yoja eat, makes your food do
you good. Sold by jameS!Plum
mer and all druggists. '
Piles get quick and certian re
lief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Oint
ment. Please note it is made
alone for Piles, and its action is
positive and certain. Itching,
painful, protruding or blind piles
disappear like magic by its use.
Large nickel-capped glass jars 50
cents. Sold by Grimes Drug
"People with delicate, sensitive stomachs should eat
the following, and it is good enough for anybody: Take
a shallow dish and put what quantity desired of
17HEAT FLAIIE CELEBV
say, fill the dish two-thirds full of the flake; then put
top of this the berries, or any other fruit desired '(the
fruit should be prepared by allowing it to stand for an
hour with sugar on it); serve with whipped cream. Berries,
pineapple in fact any fruit; stewed prunes served this -way
wm nil a long-felt want. This kind of shortcake won't hurt
anyone who can eat. Jf this food hurts anyone, it is pretty-"
gooa eviaence tnat sucn a one snould be on a last." is.
PRICE CEREAL FOOD CO.
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WE ARE GOJNG TO DO THE BATTLE OF OUR LIVES WITH
, Ladies and Gents' Furnishings, Carpets, Mattings, and Notions.
1 nnir, cno tup hi can quccd qihm itpenot.s.soone.fourth
LUUH i Uli I IIL ULL.nil UIILLI UIUI1, 1
to one-half on your Purehaies.
LOOK FOR, THE CLEAN SWEEP SIGN,
It Denotes a Saving of One-fourth f
to one-half on -your Purchases.
We a-e going to do battle for the masses and hot the classes.
!es. TEN DAYS we want to make this the greatest Cash Ciatherincr Carnival that nvpr nnnparAHl Within t.TlA Tl i atrvi rvf f a nTiriTr Alt
former attemDts at merchandising by us or any other concern within 50 miles of this city., will be ecliDsed hftvond
turn otft to this harvest for all the people and not the favored few. Absolutely $1.00 will do the work of $1.50 to $2.00 elsewhere on many lines. From one end of this big store to the other you will
find the greatest fluttering of red tickets, with the price of destruction marked on them and staring you in the face. The whole shooting match goes to the people. We want to do ten times 'the busi
ness of our lives. We have put on extra salespeople, and no matter if the sun shines or whether it is raining, it will pay you to come down and see the greatest display of dry goods and furnishings
sold for the least money that ever appeared to your eyes or any other personVeyes since you were born. Wholesale prices and less reign throughout this entire big institution -
Our 10 Bay's Special values, are Exceptionally Interesting of DRY GOODS, CARPETS and MATTIES
-4- OUR LINE OH jSHOES HAS BEEN QREATLY RliDUCED
,vNr PRICE IN PLAIN FIQURES FOR ANV AND EVERYBODY
' "ClM'AS 8WEKP PBICES
Job, Children's 50o. 24o
Job, Children's $1 00 and $1 25 . 69o
$1 00 and $1 50 Shoes. 98c
Job, $150 and $200. 89c
$150 and $200... .$189
2 50 and $8 00 Shoes v2 19
$115 Shoes.......; .....189
'$2 00 Shoes... ...169
$2 50 Shoes 198
$8 00 Shoes .2 69
Ladies' Lace Stripe Hose, 25 cent
. kind 18c, 2 for 25c
White Footed, 15c kind . . . . , , 12 l-2o
Job Children's Hose, 15c kind. . . .8c
Children's Hose, 15c kind.. . . . ..12c
, . Hon's Shoes
6lan swep prices
$1 50 Shoes
? 2 00 Shoes
Job $2 50 and 8 50.
$3 00 Shoes......
$3 50 and $4 00 Oxfords. . . .
V . Hosiery
CLEAN SWEEP PBICES
Men's Hose, 10c kind.
Men's Hose, 85c kind
Ladies Hose, 15c kind.
X V' -Jot Mien's1 Hose, 15o kind
' 'OI.EAN SWEEP PBICES
60 Ladies . . . .
12 1 2c
CLEAN SWEEP PRICES
$1 50.. .. . ..,......4.98o
$2 00..... .......129
$8 00.,. ............289
Caps 9c and np
$5 00 Stetson, to close 8 69
CLEAN SWEEP PRICES
75o Meo's Dress Shirts ..48o
50c and 75c Men's Dress Shirts. .89c
$1 00 and $1 25 Dress and Shirts . . 89c
75b Fancy Underwear . . . 88c
50c Overalls. . . .42c
$1 00" Overalls :.89o
50c Men's Working Shirts : .89c
Linen Collars 2c and up
50o and 75c Balbriggan Underwear
25c and 85c Underwear 21o
" Suspenders -
CLEAN SWEEP PBICES
10c Suspenders 80
20c " 14
35c " ..21c
CLEAN SWEEP PRISES
50c yaJueB now. . 860
Job," $1 JDO values now L . . . ...,.890
10c Bleas Cotton '. '. 80
9q Brown C Island ' . . i , ..7 7-8
80 Brown Cotton 7c
12 l-2c Linen Finish Ceptury Cloth
10c Standard Dress Gingham . .... 8c
12 1-2 M ' i ..10 1.2c
8c Apron Gingham . . j .6 l-2c
60 Plaid 0uting Special 5c
India Li can
CLEAN SWEEP PRICES
10c quality Waistings .80
12o quality Waistings 100
46-inch Mercerized Lawn 19c
40-inch French Batist. 19o
28-inch Mercerized Batist. ...... 14c
1 lot Silk, Mulls, neat designs. . ,19c
1 lot Silk' Mulls, neat designs 89c
1 lot Fanoy Lawn, per yard llc
1 lot Curtain Swiss, 10c quality i 8c
1 lot Curtain Swiss, 15c quality 12c
CLEAN SWEEP PRICES
Job lot, Bed .Spreads 49c
Job lot Bed Spreads. .99c
$1 75 Bed Spreads. -. . .$1 29
, $2 60 Bed Spreads : . . 1 89
1 lot Laces lc per yard and up
Hamburg Embroideries. .4c and 11c
CLEAN SWEEP PBICES
75c Blue Mohair. 50-inch, ner yd 49c
clean, sweep pbices 75c Black Panama, 50-in, per yd 49c
10c quality India Linen, 8o, ; 60c Black Mohair 44-in, per yd 44o
12c quality India Linen ..... , lOio 86-inch Granite Dress Goods, yd 24c
15c quality India Linen .12o 86-in fancy dress plaids, per yd 22$o
25c quality India . , Liuen ; . . l9o - 86-inch Dress Goods ...89c
1 lot fancy silks. 75c, $1 quality 33c
36 inch White Japan Silks 39c
86 in Peau D'Soie, $1.25 quality 98o
86-in Peau D'Scie, $1 SOqnal'y $1 19
86-in Tafetta, $1 50 quality yd $1 19
CLEAN SWEEP PRICES
Shirting Prints, per yd .5o
Ladles'1 Muslin Underwear
PriceB 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1
, Lace Curtains
CLEAN SWEEP PRICES
Job lot Lace Curtains, $1 25 and
and $1 50 quality. .98o
Lace Curtains from ... $2 00 to $5 00
Big Reduction Special on Mattinr, Rog
9x12 Axminster Art Square. . $21 00
Fringed Rugs,27x54-in taps $1 25
quality . . 98c
Fringed Rugs, 27x35-in taps, 90c
Fringed Rugs 27x-40in taps $1 75
Big lot Carpet Samples, all wool . .29o
Big lot Carpet Samples, union . . .22c
Axminster Carpet, $1 25 quality .98c
Brussells Carpet, $1 00 quality. 83c
Brussells Carpet $1 00 quality . . 65c
Ingrain Carpet . 40c to 60c a yd.
1 lotrJap Mattings worth 25c per
yard, at 20c by the roll - - : z
1 lot China Matting worhh 25c par yd u
at 20o by the roll. . , . ... ,-.
1 lot Jap Matting, good quality 17c
. per yard, by the roll '
- V -5
9 1 ' ' ' 1 -i i ' t
CLEAN SWEEP PRICES - '
Big lot Parasols to close at slaughf- ;
Big lot of Trunks and Dress Suit
Cases and Hand Bags at very spec
STRICLY CASH SALE
No Goods Charged
Br ng this Coupon, with yen
signed by Agent at your destina-
tion and get your railroad fare
Name : . .
County ...... .
""TCTW. Winecoff bids you welcome under the roof-of. their big store,. and that meand it is a .wslftoms that romas from the bottom of his heart.1" We want to nart with onr - Tirv (InnAa fi
Trunin atid Furnishings, and wewantto part with them quick. We are going-to gell these goods, and at Such prices as have never been heard of before in this city. The whole shooting match 6eli
you and your family at a saving that means dollars ahd cenfs to you. nd there is nothing that reaches people quicker than to hit their pocketbook. We want you to bringat along, however beise
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And now if we have left ouf anything, don't hesitate to come td us for it, because we
go. Wholesale cost is not considered. We lool only to the, prices that, will make them
Such prices as we give will, do the work for certainly no sane person wilTpay twice. the prices elsewhere that we
have it, and von can buy it cheaoer than von ever did before. Prices on onr Stock that
git up and git!
will 'make1 the ffoortH
ITJE BID YOU TJELGODE. Salo Gotnraencoo
9 O'clocli 11ednesday orning July 10th.