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VOL VI.. NO 47.
MOORESVILLE, N C, FMDAY, Sept. 6, 1901.
Haurv T. Deaton, Editor and Owner. PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR.
S V N S W
ARE YOU GOING TO SCHOOL ?
We st'll school books, writ
ing books, tablets, slates, pen
,.:Z ,.,w inks mill snonscs
even tiling you need in s
sil 1I it'.-.
GEO. C. GOODMAN & CO.
Druggists and Slitioners.
IS BEYOND A
DOUBT THE BEST
We have sold it lor seven years
mul find tliut it gives satisfac
tion to till. If you want good
lard be sure and try our Simon
GLORY COFFFE Z.
blended, No. 2,
Java ami Mocha,
at 30c per pound.
Java and Mocha, blended, No. 3,
at 25c per pound.
Java and Mocha, blended, No. 4,
at 20c per pound.
F. H. & L, special. No. 1, at 20c.
I" " ' " No. 5, at 15c.
- - ' v - v.. Vi''-
Yon v:ill "ct ' ''V value in
the above colli es. A , fe iaran'.ee
our No. (i collce to ,Vnake a better
cup of collce than Arbuckle.
CUE AM OF WHEAT
Just received a fresh case; also
Fruit jars in one quart and
half gallon sizes at bottom
prices; also extra jar
rubbers 5c a dozen.
King's Fruit powders 15 cents
We always keep them fresh. If
you want something good try oui
Zephyr Wufers in 1 pound
packages; also Uneeda
Biscuits in 5c packages.
H. N. JOHNSTON & CO.
Furniture and Groceries.
JfijPl'IluNK Ml. 1.
Xike Council with the
Wise and 'Deposit your
Money with the Bank of
Wc nre not a savings bank,
but you can save your money
by depositing your small
earnings with us until you
get enough to put on interest
or to invest in some other
way. We take unv amount
from One I)ollar and upward
We want accounts, large or small,
and extend the same courtesy
to all depositors.
S. C. Rankin,
C. I McNkki.v,
Arrlrultiirp. Kiiirltwrlnir. MwliMilr
Art", mi'l Cotton JUiiiifm-luriniri
nij.iihihKlWii i't I'.iwirv mnl ITJ". '"
nl .uil mnl iimiiiml (i-iilnlhtf- Tiiiiioii
.n f.,r- T'.imI cviii'-h. Iiii-linliiiif
rlnliiiiil nii'l l-il'l. !-' Tnlrt twirli
rr.J I -tu'l'-ntn. N'M S "i'Hi Im-kIii
N. C.C0I.1.I (IE
Agriculture ana Mscanh A ts,
KALbKill N. C.
R. W. Freeze has gone north.
G rover Templeton is now with J.
W. Kistlor fe Co.
Mrs. L. I). Parker is clerking at
J. P. Mills fc (Vs.
A good four room house torrent,
near Academy. Apply to J. II.
Fleischmann compressed yeast,
received fresh every day by Rogers
Black, brown, gray and blue water
proof goods, 44 inches wid.; at 38c.
J. W. Kistler & Co.
The query f "Do yo'u want water
works?'' is not the phraseology to be
used on next Tuesday Jt should
be: "We must have them."
For Sale The W. M. Knox farm,
half a mile from Mt. Mourneon the
Southern Railway: 225 acres. Ap
ply to W. P. Knox, Charlotte, N. C.
Henry Braydon, Harris, N. C,
says; "I took medicine 20 years for
asthma but one bottle of One Min
ute Cough Cure did me more good
than any thing else during that
time. Best cough cure." Geo. C.
Goodman & Co,
Go to the polls on next Tuesday
and do your conscientious duty.
If you favor improvements and a
healthy growth of the town, vote
for the issue of bonds.
Don't wait until you become
chronically constipated but take De
Witt's Little Early Risers now and
then. They will keep your liver
and bowels in good order. Easy to
take. Safe pills. Geo. C. Good
man & Co.
If your child or ward has gone
away from home to attend school
there is nothing you can do for him
that he would enjoy more than The
Entehi-rise. Send us your sub
scription. Sid Darling, 1012 Howard st. Port
Huron, Mich., writes: "I have tried
'many pills and laxatives but De
Witt's Little Early Risers are far
the best pills I have ever used."
They never grip. Geo. C. Goodman
Aff.er ten days ot intense suffer
ing uwft .i'iVoi WJLwvvV' KROWOjaj
lima lulled to ii iiuu, .:cU, ine line
gray horse of Liveryman J. M. Dea
ton, the animal was killed and a
given a respectable burial on last
Sunday afternoon. The loss is a
severe one on Mr. Deaton.
Get only the best Hakes' crys
tallized lenses. Don't worry and
irritate your eyes with that old pair
of glasses if they do not suit you.
Call in nnd let us fit you with a pair
that will a great so'irce of comfort
to you. Only at Goodman's timer
"I'mgwiue tell you whut 'lis,
Brudder Johnson.' said a Georgia
darkey whose crops have sullered as
much from the recent wet spell as
they did from the recent drouth,
"(lis thing they call providence, tak
in' it up tviin side en down de udder,
dojes 'bout much harm as it do
Norris Silver, North Stratford. N.
II.: "I purchased a bottle of One
Minute Coutrh Cure when sutlerin;;
vith a cough doctors told me was
incurable. One bottle relieved me
the second and third almost cured
me. To day I am a well man." G.
C. Goodman & Co.
Tom Baker, miller at Baker's
mill on Fourth Creek in Rowan
ounty, last week, felt a jar in the
machinery of the mill and upon in
vestigation found a little negro boy
wrapped around a piece of shafting,
with both legs and arms broken. We
were uuable to learn t lie 1 1 1 tic dar
The town of More."f file and the
community in general regret the
departure on last Tuesday, of Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Caldwell," moving to
Uoanoke, Va., where they will make
their future home. Mr. and Mrs.
Caldwell were residents olour town
22 years and have endeared them
selves to every one. May they en-
joy mucn Happiness in vucir
adopted home, is our sincere wish.
The 05th session of Davidson
College began yesterday, September
5th. with the prospect or a largely
increased attendance. Dr. James
M. Douglas, of South Carolina, lias
been elected to the ( hair of Physics
to take the place of Dr. Smith, the
recently-elected President, and Mr.
John A. Biowid, of Boston, Mass.,
has been appointed Gymnasium Di
rector. The Shearer Biblical Hall
is now being roofed in, and will soon
be completed, and a new and hand
some dormitory is being planned for
the next session.
Geo. W. Iiue. Pewumo, Mich.,
writes: "Your Kodol Dysyepsia
Cure is the best remedy for indiges
tion and stomach trouble that I ever
used. For years I sutl'ered from
dyspepsia, at times compelling me
to stay in bed and causing me un
told agony. I am completely cured
by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. In re
commending it to friends who suf
fer from indigestion I always oiler
to pay for it if it fails. Thus far I
have never paid." Geo. C. Good
man 4 Co.
Mr. S. A. Lowrance is building a
handsome new barn.
Two rooms for rent, near the
Methodist church. Apply to Miss
The Mooresville Cotton Mills has
about fi00 sets of bagging and ties
for sale. In good condition.
Going out of the general merchan
dise business, therefore we otter our
entire lino of Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes, etc., at cost. J. W.
Kistler & Co.
The two schools opened Monday
with the largest attendance ever en
rolled at either school. Mr. Rockett
of the Institute reports 58 pupils,
and Mr. Carr of the Academy has
Attorney Turlington has returned
from Lincoln court, where he ap
peared for Sam May hew, colored,
charged with larceny. The case
was thrown out of court, there being
no evidence to sustain the charge.
Furmes say that cotton will be
very short in this section. The
bloom they claim, was knocked off
by rain before maturity, and many
of the bolls that have cracked are
B. W. Purse'n, of Rintcrsville, Pn.,
says he sutlered 25 years with piles
and could obtain no relief until De
Witts Witch Hazel Salve effected a
permanent cure. Counterfeits are
worthless. Geo. C. Goodman fc Co.
Mr. Charley Ludwig, brother of
our townsman, II. A. Ludwig.. ar
rived last Saturday direct from Tex
as, where he had been for sometime.
He says "things are two dry out
there for me." (
A never tailing cure for cuts,
burns, sculds. ulcers, wounds and
sores is DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
A most soothing and healing remedy
for all skin affections. Accept only
the genuine. Geo. (). Goodman &
Joe Lawrence and wife were
locked up Sunday night charged
with a general family row. They
were released upon payment of cost
and a promise for good behavior for
When you want a pleasant physic
try the new remedy, Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
vtc t-fi'-f y.TVr.Wf v.vd, .ninnitut :n :,f
feet. Price, 1!5 cent-.. Samples (re
at G. C. Goodman & C'Cs drug store.
Mr. J. D. Troutman, on Tuesday,
School Opened Monday.
We are receiving the new school books.
Exchangeable for the old.
Alsofgenerat school supplies for both
te.-icliers and pupils.
E. H. MILLER & CO.
Preparatory to the arrival of our Autumn Goods
we will continue our sale of medium weight and sum
mer materials ut
Less Than Half Price.
Novelties, New Goods of all descriptions in the latest
styles will begin to arrive very soon
Andill Be On Display.
The courier of 25 cents and $1.00 Shoes, 2 to 3 pairs
of a kirn t women's, children's and men's still
Attract Bargain Seekers.
Splendidly assorted and well nunibfiriid, our choice
variety of Sample
Hats at Wholesale Prices
' -lceivable well-shaped bloeyise many to
; . rrn article and don the hew." So low
Made Hale and Hearty.
Still a greater cut than was made here last week. Summer goods must
move. Everybody knowns how low things sold here last week. You can
get then lower now than ever. We bar out nothing that has a summer
look on it. We are going to face the music and sing the tune to lowest
LISTEN TO THE CEREMONIES :
Lawns of the 5c kind at 3c; the 7.Vc kind at 4c: 12ic orarandies and
lawns now cut to 74;c; fine lawns, to 15 and 18e kind, now 10c; white or
gandies, tlie Aac kind, now 19c; white organdie, the 25c kind, now 12c;
zoc mercerized cuamoray, now ibo; men s low cut Frinte Albert ties reg
ular price always $1.50, cut to $1.00 to dean them out. Ladlea and
Misses Oxlofitls liKe you would get them at a fare sule. A good soled tie
for 75o, worth $1.00; $1.50 ties going at $1.00; better grade worth $1.75
now $1.30. Sample shoes less than wholesale prices. New shipment of
trunks and bags to go cheap.
Fruit jars at a reckless price quarts and
Mason jars are the best, thickest and have a
75c per dozen; gallons at $1.00.
priti . i .
PROTECT YOUR GUSH
Buy Your Goods From the
CHEAP CASH STORE.
CLOTHING-CHEAP VERY CHEAP I
delivered to the congregation of the
colored Presbyterian church at
Davidson a handsome Bet of pews
for their new building. The seats
were made at Mr Troutinau's wood
work shop here.
Dave you a sense ot tidiness in
the region ot your stomach after cut-
ins? If so you will be bench ted be
using Chamberlain's Stomncli and
Liver Tablets. 1 hey also cure
belching and sour stomach. They
regulate the bowels too. Price, 25
cents. o!d by Geo. C. Goodman &
Geonjo Turner, the younif son ot
Logan Turner, of Mount Monme,
was severely hurt Wcihiesdayeve
ning about 0 o'clock. A biffli door
fell upon the boy, breaking his left
leg just above the knee.
Many physician' 'arc now pres
cribing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure reg
ularly having touud that it is the
best prescription they can write be
cause it is the one preperalion which
contains the elements neccessary to
digest not only some kinds of lood
but all kind and it therefore cures
indigestion and dyspepsia no matter
what its cause. G. C. Goodman fe
Cotton weigher Deaton says his
books show that on September 4,
1!)00. several bales or cotton wore
sold on this market, 9.10 being paid
for one bale. The fotal number of
bales sold on this market from Sep
tcmber 1900 to September 1901, was
Again the messenger of death vis-
! ited the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.N.
Hall, when on Monday morning last.
it bore away the life of their infant
daughter, closely following her twin
brother, to the great beyond. The
saddened henrts of this bereaved
family have the teudercst sympathy
of the entire community.
J. S. Crenshaw, a Mecklenburg
farmer, is under a $1,000 bond for
his appearance at Superior court in
that county. Mr. Crenshaw discov
ered several ueuro bvs in Ins wa
termelon natch on Thursday night
of last week and used his shotgun.
Two negroes were shot, ouo of whom
died the next day.
4W.CW! &tUJl. lor $5.50
$8.50 Suits C Tor $4.50
$4.50 Suits to ::o tor 2.50
50 Job Suits ail price.
Rov wash Suits only 48c
PANTS, .ine j'nts at half price,
$1.50 pants oir!f
$2.50 pants onlV
Job ii Overall
2000 Yds. Da
low i rit i
2000 Yds. i r
500 Yds. goi
c o s t .
. per yd.
ind Lawns to go
f r mil Alamance at 4c
25c Sailors, bid
Children s 2.ic
Men's Fine Ha
job, at 5c
nlors, big job, at ;c
, biar lob. at 48c
$1.50 Fine Shirts for 98c
Bir job in Work Shirts at "r 3Uc
Fine Sox 3c
Home-made Fine'Sox 8c
Men's Heavy Coarse Sox 6c
Men's Heavy S'ips, per pair, 20c
Hair liriishes 5c
Shaving Brushes lc
Tooth liiushes 3u
Pins, 280 lor ' lc
5 papers of needles for 3c
Blacking per box lc
Soap per cake lc
2 balls of thread lor lc
Envelopes, good, per pack, 3c
Sewing machine oil 4c per bottle.
Big lot of Hamburg and Insertions
to arrive Friday.
Good Brooms 19c
Crocks, Jn?s and Jars cheap.
Dig lot of Trunks CHEAP.
Big lot r.f Telescopes CHEAP.
KiJlotof Grips VERY CHEAP.
17 lbs Standard Granulated Sugar
lur f i.vu.
10 lbs Best Green Coffee for $1.00.
15 lbs of Soda for 25c.
20 lbs of Rice for $1.00.
Schnapps Tobacco 30c.
Ladies Hats tof lose out cheap.
L'inbrellas, gnoj quality, at
Umbrellas, tine qjality,
Umbrellas, finei quality,
150 Fine Shirts ym,
lac Shirts for j
"More Goods for the Same Money,
i and the Same uoods for Less noney,
AT THE MOORESVILLE RACKET STORE,
W. I'. CARPENTER, Owner.
V J J J
( Mooresville, N. C
Next Sfssion Begins September 2, 190L
.Your patronage is respectfully solicited.
F. P. ROCKETT, Pitiscirxu
Note of Thanks,
To our friends and neighbors who
assisted us in our recent nllliction,
during the illness and death of our
darling child, we desire to express
our siniere and profound apprecia
tion of the unbounded kinduess and
of the many touching expressions ot
R. M. and Minnie L. Kox.
Mr. John F. f avis is about the
happiest man ilitown. For along
time a small caijcr on his left cheek
gnyc him no t-C'iof trouble, and it
grew to be somtihat alarming. Re
cently he placeilliimself In the care
of aA, and WiV. Chriatonbnry, of
,11 i ... i L it. . 1 1 . i
inaiioiie, wntb-iccessiuiij removeu
the growth. II 'Davi
Repair Machine Shop.
)avis has the can
cer In alcohol "t is about the size
of the end of tics thumb.
Tin urr A t old ln;on lny.
Take Laxative Bromo (Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists relund the mon
ey H it tails to cure. K. W. tirove
signature is oa each box, 25.
Grand Lector Jere.
Mr. W. Ifr' jtcher, the Grand
lecturer for thJsMasons of North
Carolina, is in town, and has
this week l.ij-1 instructirg the
Mooresville, IJ.r in the workings
ol the order. V.'a'xt Sunday night
he will addrefi ti congregation at
the Mcthodis thurch, and on next
Friday night, -tptcmbcr 13, he will
deliver a pub i address at Acade
The Slooresvillc Cotton Mill Co,
has just equipped a first class lua
chine shop.and is now prepared to
all kinds do of repair work at mill
Guarantee thorough satisfaction on
all work turned out. Bring In your
engines, boilers, gins, threshers, any
machine that is broken or needs re
MOORESVILLE COTTON kSSLL K3.?,
half galions. Lo ikport
better shoulder. Quarts
Let us serve you quick.
IT IS USELESS FOR
U S TO TELL YOU
TU AT Ml ave B'W8J'8 een headquarters for bargains,
I HA I If L are just the same today.
That our goods have always given perfect satisfaction. We just wish t)
call your attention to these facts. Always come to THE RED FRONT
STOKE. The place where the profits are shared with you.
We have always sold the best shoes for the least money. Our customers
who have bought them know where of we speak
Our Line of Cuhcss have just been replinished with better. It is season
able Calico, at reasonable prices. Fall and winter underware coming in.
We are buying early in order to be able to sell cheap. Don't miss seeing
our line before you buy. It will pay you.
You positively can not make any mistake in getting your Tin ware, Stove
Pans, Stew Kettles, Stove Shovels, Glass ware and table ware from U S-
11 lbs good green coffee for if 1 .00, Leverinps coffee 2 packages 25c, bet
ter than Arbuckles, coffee essence at 5t'. Be; sure 'to try it, it saves inouev
and makes your cotfee better. Those nice fish 5c lb. Baking powders 4,
5 and 8c per box. N ice rice oc lb. Sugar meat and lard always as cheap.
and a little cheaper than others.
rail of the year is here. The nights are getting longer, yon should get
some nice books and read them, such ones as '-The Prince of the House of
David," "In His Steps or What Would Jesus Do," and many many others
that we have,'"Samantha at Saratoga," for insl.Vice. Come in and look
through our line it won't cost you a cent to see them.
We are yours for Business,
ZTHE RED FRONT STOREZ
DEERINQ IDEAL LIGHT DRAUGHT flOWER
Genuine Bicycle Bearings.
MOST DURABLE MACHINE MADE.
D. E. TURNEfe & CO.,
Mooresville, N. 0.
A first class Preparatory School for Boys and Girls,
will begin its twenty-sixth annual session September 2,
l'JOl, Experienced teachers. Thorough instruction.
Mild, but firm, discipline. For further information
apply to C. T. CARR. A. B., Principal.
MISS CAMILLE McCORKLE, ( AsMsTANT,
MISS LULA GREY, A8'"'1ANTS-
THE NORTH CAROLINA
SI ATE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE.
Annual expenses $ 100 to $l-t0; for non-residents
of the State -tltiO. Faculty of I'.O members. Prac
tice and Observation ScIumiI of about 2.i pupils.
To secure board in the dormitories all free-tuition
applications should be made before July 15th.
Session opens September I Dili.
Correspondence invited from those desiring
competent teachers and stenographer.
For catalogue and other iuforiuution uddn-ss
PRESIDENT CHARLES D. MclVER,
Qretnsboro, N. C.