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w e are IIOYV making as high grade Overalls as
-are made anywhere and we are selling them for
less n»one\ than the same grade of goods can be
procured- elsewhere. We ask the merchants far
and near to let us prove the truth of this assertion
to them. We hope no roerehant w'll come to Le
tt ir without calling on us. We know we have as
gpod overalls as he can find and that .we can save
liim money on them.
When we organized.this business we knew we
could make it prove a boon to the merchants of this
section. W T e knew that the cost of manufacturing
is sue h that by selling direct to the merchants we
could make these goods cost them less than the
products of any house selling tnrough jobbers. We
have proved this idea to be correct. We have done
but very little drumming, and yet the demand for
our goods has been greater then we could supply.
We suppose that the many
readers of the Democrat are very
anxious to know what has be
come of old uncle Rusticus. He
is glad to say to them that he is
still kicking among the grassy
cotton and sweet potatoes. As
there has been so much rainy
weather the grass grows fast,
so fast you can't chop it out. The
farmers are having tough times
in trying to conquer general
grass and his strong and forti-.
fied hosts, but they are using
every means and efforts to sub
due him and win the day. This
has been a hard summer on the
farmers to keep their crops in
proper condition. Owing to the
rainy season the wheat thresh
ers have a pretty hard time of it
as the ground is so soft and
miry that their engines hardly
pan make the trip, but by some
fnfaps thfiy tug along from
house to hause and do the thresh
There is no important news in
this section, everything seems
to be very quiet all along the
line. The farmers are about
through laying by corn and cot
ton. Cotton looks fine, but if it
continues to rain so much it will
begin Shed itg ghrpes.
the health of this section is
pretty good, with exception of &
few aged people. Daniel Yoder
who is in his 85th year, an old
detailed Confederate soidier, had
a stroke of paralysis about two
weeks ago, but seems to be some
Charles E. Finger is prepar
ing to build a framed house to
cage his bird in that he recently
caught. Gordon Wilfong is also
lining preparations to build a
house. Mrs. Gordon Wilfong la
teaching a school at the Yoder
Charlie Yoder and company
have finished sawing on the
Peter Sharpe land.
Jack Hefner bought a new
piano to make music for the ba
Robert Weaver has bought the
Eagle Overalls, the Overalls That Lasts.
MADE AND GUARANTEED BY
Lenoip Clothing Company.
A CHANCE FOR MERCHANTS TO SAVE MONEY
LENOIR GLDTHIND GDMPfIHU, Lenoir, N. B.
old Andy Ramsour mill tract of
27 acres for sllO6. George L.
Reinhardt bought the Hefner
land for about SI3OO.
We have no historical or tra
ditional account that there was
ever such an out rageous and
! diabolical murderous act com
mitted within old territorial lim
its of old Rowan county as that
of the Lyerly family a few nights
ago. Since about the years of I
1752 or 1753 when the Cherokee!
Indians made descent from the
mountains to the low lands in |
search of land and came to
Abram Mull's cabin, one of the
old original pioneer settlers in
this section of county and killed
him and his children and scalped
them, the wife only escaping
from this murderous act as she
was out. looking for her milk
cow-in the evening.
Robert Weaver's di§d las|
Friday evening >yas bufi§4
at Zion church, Rev. J. C. Mos
Mrs. E. L. Shuford Entertains.
Mrs. E. L. Shuford entertain
ed Thursday morning at euchre
for Mrs. H. T. A. Mott and Mrs.
N. W. Clark. The color scheme
being white and gree.T. Mrs. C.
M. SljefriU spring the highest
number of punches received the
prize, a handsome loga ware
vase. The consolation prize be
ing drawn by Mrs. W. S. Mar
tin, pair of hat pins. Lunch
was served at 12:30, consisting
of game sandwiches, ice tea, to
matoes on lettuce leaves with
mayonnaise dressing, olives and
cucumbers. A box of green ties
was won by Mr. Gaither Hall for
securing the highest number
©f points :during the evening.
The home of Mr. and Mrs.
Shuford was again open Thurs
day evening in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. N. W. Clark and Mrs. H. T.
A. Mott, euchre still being the
source-of amusement. Mrs. W.
L. Clinard was fortunate enough
to carry off the prize, on loga
base in one* of the popular east-1
ern jug shapes. Consolation,
prize was won by Mr. T. JJ
Gfeen, consisting? of a box of hat
pins. House banked with roses
and nasturtians. At a late hour
cream served with green cher
ries and white cake. Followed
by a water melon cutting on the
porch and lawn which all seemed
to enjoy beyond everything else.
Those present were: Mrs. H.
T. A. Mott, Mr. and Mrs. N. W.
1 Clark, Misses Simmon, Miss Wil
j cox, Misses Schenk, Misses Josie
Persons, Fannie Fields, Lillie
Jones, Esther Seigle, Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Clinard, Mrs. Frank
Clinard, Mrs. C. M. Shuford,
Mrs. J. H. Hatcher, Mrs. E. R.
Russell, Mesdames Chadwick,
Aull, Mclver, R. E. Simpson, C.
M. Sherrill, Burt* Hutton, Mr.
and Mrs. Al*x Hall, W. S. Mar
tin, Judge Councill and wife,Mf.
and Mrs. Bryan Jones,
Mrs. K. B, Cline, Mr. and Mrs.!
T. J. Green, Roy Abernethy, 1
and Julius Ramsay, Robt. Mar- 1
tin, John Martin, Earle Ram- 1
sour, W. X. Reid, W. J. Shu
ford, Gaither Hall, E. B. Men
Mrs. Johnson and daughter,
Effie, of Hickory, are visiting
Mrs. Johnson's sisters, Mrs. RC
F. Goodson and Mrs. J. N.
Mr. S. D. Campbell's two
daughters and son, who have
been visiting relatives here for
the past week, returned to thei
home in Hickory Tuesday. Mis;
Katie Duckworth returned with
them to spend several weeks.
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Notice to Public.
Ve everybody to know and
hereby warn them and ask them to in
form others and especially young per
sons and children to not touch, with
their hands or with a stick or anv
' thing, any electric wire that may be
' hanging from a pole. It is dangerous
and is liable to cause instant death. If
a wire is down notify us or our elec
trician or some one who will, but do
. not touch it yourself. v
THORNTON LIGHT & POWER CO.
M. E. Thornton, Pres.
THEJIE MUST ]\E A REASON WHEN \ NEW
ENTERPRISE SUCCEEDS THIS WAY!
We now have SOMETHING NEW —Sonething
better than we have ever offered before. We are
making a dollar overall now that we believe to be
the best thing of the kind Jhat we have ever seen.
Anyway it has aroused much interest where it lias
been shown. And one of the interesting things
about it is that we sell it about fifty cents less in the
dozen than such goods can be byught of any j bber
Our goods are as we represent them. If any
mei chant fails to find them so, we will take them
back and neAer »ay a word.
We expect to make this business one of the larg
est in this section of the country. Just now we
are running eighteen machines. In a few d- ys we
| It has caused more laughs and dried
more tears, wiped away diseases and
driven away more fears than any other
medicine in the world. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea
(Mr Tablets. E. B. Menzies.
May Live 100 Years.
The chance» for living a full century
are excellent in the case of Mrs. Jen
nie Duncan, of Haynesville, Me., now
70 years old. She writes: "Electric
Bitters cured me of Chronic Dyspep
sia of 20 years standing, and made me
feel as well and strong as a young
girl." Electric Bitters cure Stomach
and Liver diseases, Blood disorders,
General Debility and bodily vte&kneff,
Sold on a guarantee at G. M, Shuford
anl E, B- Henzjes drug store, Price
Valuable Land and Fine Water
Power for Sale.
The undersigned will offer for sale
for cash to Vie highest bidder from Uie
steps of the First National
orv. North qi\ first day of Sep
tember, 1906. two lots of land in Cataw
ba county, adjoining the lands of Eli
Whitener and others, on Henry's Fork
river, and known as the Wbitener and
Seitz mill property.
First tract; beginning at a rock on tlie
river bank and runs N* 15 degrees W.
48 poles to a stake and pointers on
Wliiseuaut's line; thence with said
Whisenant'sline N. 83 degrees, W. 24
poles to tiie river bank; thence wkli the
1 meanderings of the river to the begin
ning, containing four acres more or less.
Second tract; adjoining ;U\e fee
ginning at a tyadfc qi\ Whisenant's
fine ana thence with said line E. 13
poles to a pine; thence S. 44 poles to a
rock on the river bank; on the begin
ning corner between G. M. JWliiteuer
and D. H. Wliisenant: thence with a line
of said Whitener and Whisenant to tlie
beginning N. 15 degrees, W. 48 poles
containing two acres more or less. Up
on the lott»r tract there is a large dwell
At same time and place we will offer
for sale some mill machinery, etc.
Merchants and Farmers National
Bank of Obarlotte, N. C,
PETER R. YODER,.
w Hiekftflp, C.
■yvitherspcon Witberspppp, Attys.
, County Assessor Waylaid.
J. W. Coulter, of Leslie, S. D., As
sessor of Stanley county, relates the
following: "I was waylaid by a com
plication of tnroat and lung troubles,
bronchitis, asthma and a terrible cough
which had affected me for years, when
I was persuaded to try Dr. King's New
Discovery. Relief came almost immer
diately, and in a short time a perma
nent cure resulted." No other medi
cine compares with it as a sure and
quick cure for coughs and colds. It
cures after all other remedies have
failed. Every bottle guaranteed at C.
M. Shuford and E. B. Menzies' drug
store. Price 50c and 11, Trial bot
CASTOR I A
for Twfiuit« ud
Tti Übl Yd Haw Always Bought
Virginia Faros For Sale!
1 . .
1 913 acres in Amelia county,
Va., 35 miles of Richmond, 7
miles of railroad, 200 acres in
cultivation, 75 acres of fine bot
tom land, balance in original oak
and pine timber, 12-r00m,3 story
frame and brick dwelling with
lots of stock and tobacco barns,
one quarter of mile to post office,
school and church, good springs
and creeks on this place; will |
make a fine stock, grain and to- >
bacco farm. Price $lO per acre
on easy terms.
. Send for new catalogue of
farms. . For other particular?
M. T. HICKMAN,
Hudson, N. C.
(Send for our new catalogue.)
A little love, a little wealth.
A 'little home let you and me;
all-1 aik-except good health,
Whioh comes witb Rocky Morn tain
Tea. E. B. Menzies.
will be running twenty-five. Jn about two weeks
a company will be organized, and we expect 10
soon run sixty to seventy-five machines.
RIGHT NOW we need six good hands 1 to sew.
Will need tea more in a few days. Expect to need
forty or fifty more right soon. Will pao three dol
lars to six dollars per week. GIRLS WHO WANT
TO W r ORK HAD BETTER APPLY AT ONCE.
The demand lor oua goods is great, and it will
be sometime before our salesman will get around
to see all the merchants of this section. So we will
say to th m that if they will call on us at the fac
tory, we will treat them right and make-them glad
Names of Stockholders of the coupanv to be or
ganized: Henry Daab, Mgr., John Daab, A. B. „
Daab, Michael Daab, Frank Daab and Charley "
Half the World Wonders
j how the other half lives. Those who
use Bucklen's Arnica Salve never won
der if it will cure Cuts, Wounds, Burns,
Sores and all Skin eruptionsjthey know
it will. Mrs. Grant Shy, 1130 E. Rey
nold* St., Springfield, 111., says: "I re
gard it one of the absolute necessi
ties of housekeeping." Guaranteed
by C. M. Shuford and E. B. Menzies
Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, A
It makes walking easy. Cures corns
Bunions, Ingrowing Nails, Swollen and
Sweating feet. At all Druggists and
Shoe Stores, 25c. Don't accept any
substitute. Sample free. Address,
Allen S. Olmsted, Leßoy, N. Y.
175,000' inch flooring.'
450,000'3x18 16' long
500,000' 4xß 16' long.
1,500 pieces Bvl4 12£' long.
1,000 pieces 10x16 25' long.
Delivered during the next six
months. For further informa
J. W. CANNON,
CONCORD, N. C.
Km alts Obtained In a Large Institution.
The importance of disinfection is shown
by the results obtained at the Brooklyn
Home for Consumptives, the finest institu
tion of the kind in New York. A letter
irom the President is quoted:
ru "We hare used Piatt's Chlorides in the
Brooklyn Home for Consumptives far more
than ten years, and find it not only a oom~
fort but a necessity. Through its use we
defy 'the germs' to make any inroads on
the nurses and employees who are in con
stant attendance upon the sick, one hun
dnAof whom are now in the institution.
One nurse has been there well on to ten
years, a second almost as long, and not on*
pewon ever employed in the Home baa de
veloped lung trouble M —Mrs. S. V. White.
Kingston Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Piatt's Chlorides is an odorless, colorless
liquid disinfectant which instantly remover
any fo>.' odors and destroys disease-breed,
ing m&rrer A quart b tie will last aa
average .anally a month and it can be
obtained at all druggists.
The North Carolina
State formal & IndDsirmlGotlege
Classical Domestic Science
Scientific Manual Tratnj|g
Three Courses leading to de
grees. Special courses for
uates of other colleges. Well
equipped Training School for
Teachers. Board, laundry*" tui
tion, and fees for use of text
books, etc., $l7O a year. For
free-tuition students, $125. Fif
teenth annual session begins
September 20, 1906. To secure
board in the dormitories, all free
tuition applications should be
made before July 15. Corres
pondence invited from those, de
siring competent teachers and
stenographers, For catalogue
and other information, address
CHARLES D. McIVER, Ptes.,
Greensboro, N. C.
Hickory Lutneran Church.
We want to donate some L. & M.
Paint to your church whenever they
The largest Methodist church in
Georgia expected to use 100
the usual kind of paint, they only used
32 gallons L. & M. mixed with 24
gallons Linseed Oil.
It costs less to paint a house with
L. &M. than with other paint* be
cause painter mixes Linseed Qil ircsh
from the barrell at 60 cents JR. gallon
with L. & M., and doesn't pay
per gallon for Linseed Oil as done if
ready-for-use paint is used. Also be
cause the L. & M. Zinc the
L. & M. White Lead and mafeep the
paint wear like iron.
Actual cost L &M. about 11,20
Sold ty Shu/crd Hsicware Co.