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VOL. VI.. NO 48.
MOORESVILLE, N 0., FRIDAY Sept. 1:5, 1'JOl.
IIakuv P. Dkatcin, Eonou and OwxKis. PKlCE $1.00 PER YEAR.
s v. v v : v
35c a bottle.
V'. rv . I ) . : -. ntA Ailc
1 1 r 1 1 v .s . i ill ii l: anu vnsi
IS HEYOND A
DOUBT THE BEST
have sold it lor seven years
aud find that it gives satisfac
tion to all. 11' you want good
lard be sure aud try our Simon
Wended, No. 2,
Java and Mocha,
at 30c per pound.
Java and Mocha, blended, No. 3,
at 25e per pound.
Java and Mocha, blended, No. 4,
at 20c per pound.
F. H. & I, special. No. 1, at 20c.
I" " " No. 5, at 15c.
" " " No. 6, at 12ie.
You will get your money value in
the above coilecs. We guarantee
our No. 0 collee to make a better
eup of coffee than Aybuckle.
CREAM OF WHEAT
Just received a fresh case; also
Fruit jars in one quart aud
half gallon sizes at bottom
prices; also extra jar
rubbers 5c a dozen.
King's Fruit powders 15 cents
per pac kage.
We always keep them fresh. If
you want something good try mil
Zephyr Wafers in 1 pound
packages; also Uueeda
Biscuits in 3c packages.
H. N. JOHNSTON & CO.
Furniture and Groceries.
ffFl'H NE SO. 4.
The Kentucky drill is advertised
by D. E. Turner & Co.
will meet at
Thiratvre church on
Take Council with the
Wise and Deposit your
Money with the Bank of
We are not a savings bunk,
but votiWij saveyour money
by depositing your small
earnings with us until you
ji(.-t enough to put ou interest
,.r to invest in some other
way. We take any amount
from One Dollar and upward.
We want accounts, large or small,
and extend the Mime courtesy
to all depositors.
S. '. Raskin,
-. ii. MNf.ixy,
J. II. Alley has moved with his
family to the Bost farm in Davidson
A good four room house for rent,
near Academy. Apply to J. H.
Fleischmann compressed yeast,
received fresh every day by Rogers
Black, brown, gray and blue water
proof goods, 44 inches wide at 38c.
J. W. Kistler & Co.
Communion eri'Lee.q Will be held
at Piospect church ou next Sunday.
Preparatory services begin to day.
The small child of Mr. and Mrs.
Van Johnston, of the Salem church
neighborhood, died last Sunday of
Mr. C. E. Hawthorn received in
telligence Monday announcing the
death of his brother Feuster, which
occurred at Jacksonville, Fla., on
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
lime. Best cough cure." Geo. C.
Goodman & Co.
Mr. Sam E. McNeely left Monday
morning for Charlotte. He has se
cured a position with the Southern
Bell Telephone Company and will be
located at Greenville, S. C, tempor
arily. 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.
Mr. Sumpter Brawlev, of David
son township and well known here,
has secured a position in the ollice
of the Southern Express Company
at Charlotte and entered upon his
duties there last week.
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 Thk
Ekikucuise. Send .u your sub-
Mr. Cowan Steele left last Satur
day for his home at Gleenwood
Springs, Colo., after a visit to his
relatives in thjs vicinity. Mr. Steele
is a railroad engineer, anil stands
high in railroad circles.
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. Goodmun
While coining in town Tuesday
Dr. Hunter, of Huntersville, was
driving along Main street in front
of Mr. J. E. Sherrill's, when his
horse shied at the train. As a re
sult one front wheel to his buggy
was completely shattered.
Get only the best Hn-.vkes' crys
tallized lenses. Don't worry aud
irritate your eyes with thuk old pair
of glasses if they do not suit you.
Call in and let us lit you with a pair
that will a great so-irce of comfort
to you. Only at Goodman's drug
Ou Wednssday morning at 10
o'clcok at tho home of the bride's
father, Mr. David Alexander, of
China Grove, Miss Nannie Alex
and and Mr. Earl Atwell were mar
ried. Mr. Atwell is a son of Mr. J.
A. Atwell, of this vicinity.
Norris Silver, North Stratford. N.
H.: "I purchased a bottle of One
Minute Cough Cure when sulk-ring
ith a cough doctors told me was
incurable. One bottle relieved uie
tho set'oud aud ihirtt uluiost cured
V nnirmmi rntiotTinu
Azrleultnrr. Eiittiiwrlii-.', Mlmnlf
Ail. mill loll. hi MjuulV'tminir. a
rutnliiiiiillim of Iftciry mid priirtire.
nf niuily uml riiiimiul truliiiiiif Tuition
yt a i-;ir. Total fTTt'ti!0. iiirlniliiiff
rlotliinr ami l.nr.l.li"i. Tuirty tearh-i-rn.14
ntutliMitK, Nt-t Suasion bt'itin?
John F. Davis
See Goodman & Co.'s ad.
Cotton pickers are in demand.
It pays to advertise in Tut: Entek
I'liisi; and now is the time.
Everyone indebted to me
peet fully requested to come
settle at once.
M iss Bessie
Wednesday uiirht in honor of Miss
Moore, of Yorkville, S. C.
Jay Patterson, of Statesville, has
charge of the telephone line, having
succeeded Dick Anderson, resigned.
Last Sunday, the Stli, was the first
anniversary of the Galveston horror,
wheu seven thousand lives were
Today, Charlotte will have a hang
ing bee. Will Monroe, the negro
rapist, is doomed to die between the
hours of 10 and 12 o'clock. .
I will keep the best beef and pork
sold on this market and will not be
undersold by anyone. Leave your
orders with me. John F. Davis.
A delightful straw ride was given
Tuesday night complimentary to
Mjsses Rankin, Allen and Moore,
guests of Miss Annie Rankin.
The public road between this
place and Prospect church is in bud
condition, and should receive prompt
attention by the ones in authority.
Going out of the general merchan
dise business, therefore we offer our
entire line of Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes, etc., at cost. J. W.
Kistler & Co.
Lost On night of 10th, between
depot and Dr. Caldwell's residence,
a lady's purse, containing some mon
ey, trunk check and key. .Finder
leave same at this ollice or with the
B. W. Pursell, of Kinteisville, Pa.,
says he suffered 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 & Co.
It is rumored that Mr. John F.
Davis will move away from here.
There is no truth whatever in the
rumor. He will open a beef market
at Davidson in a few days, but it
will not interfere with his business
Mr.-Robert Deaton, of the Amity
neighborhood, reports that the
grasshoppers in his section arc des
troying the corn blades to sued an
extent that the fanners in his sec
tion wilt not make m great deal
A never tailing cure for cuts,
burns, scalds, 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. C. Goodman &
Miss Lula Grey writes from
Charles Town, W. Va., that she will
arrive about the last of the month.
She will visit the Washington City
and Georgetown schools before returning.
School Opened Monday.
receiving the new school books.
Exchangeable for the old.
Also general school supplies for both
teachers aud 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 at
Less Than Half Price.
Novelties, New Goods of all descriptions in the latest
styles will begin to arrive very soon
And Will Be On Display.
The counter of 25 cents and $1.00 Shoes, 2 to 3 pairs
of a kind, Women's, children's and men's still
Attract Bargain Seekers.
Splendidly assorted and well numbered, our choice
variety of Sample
Hats at Wholesale Prices
in every conceivable well-shaped block, cause many to
discard the worn article and don the new. So low
prices, you know.
J. P. MILLS & CO..
STYLE PRODUCERS SHOE BUILDERS.
a. I E
ik- -iT nrmo
I Is- 5Sc
alleached at a
Your G-oods From the
EAP CASH STORE.
CHEAP VERY CHEAP I
N. C.COI.I I..H-
Agriculture and Mechani
RALEIUH N. C.
X . -.x . . . V" . V-
me. lo day f ain a well man.
C. Goodman & Co.
Messrs II. N. Howard and J. F,
Brawley, of the firm of . N, How
ard A Co., are in the north selecting
a choice line of millinery, which
will be added to their other
departments. This new department
will be in charge of an experienced
trimmer. They are also buying a
full line of eeueral merchandise for
the fall trade.
Geo, W. Lane. Pewauio, Mich,
writes: "Your Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure is the best remedy for indiges
tion and atomaeh trouble thut 1 ever
ued. For yeurs I sull'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 offer
to pay for it if it fails. Thus far I
have never paid. Geo. C GikmI
11)11 ii & Co.
Mrs. Eliza Willel'ord, widow of
the late Jesse Willeford, of Concord,
(ia.-d hijjt Saturday and was buried
Sunday. Mr. Willeford was once a
very prominent citizen of Calmiriis
and a brave Confederate soldier, who
died in Texas a few years ago.
When you want a pleasant physic
try the new remedy, Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
are easy to take and pleasant in ef
feet. Price, 25 cents. Samples free
at G. C. Goodman & Co s drug store,
Mr. J. D. Keen, of Dunn, N. C,
contemplates moving to this place
to engage in the photograph busi
ness. He says he will rent, huy or
build a suitable place for his ga1
Have vou a sense of fullness in
the region ot your stomach after eat- i
inn' If so you will be benefited by
using Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They also cure
belching aud sour stomuch. They
regulate the bowels too. Price, 25
cents. Sold by Geo. C. Goodman ik
Mrs. F. S. Stnrrctte has returned
from Philadelphia, where with the
assistance of her sister, Miss Nannie
Alexander, of Concord, she made
her pattern hats. These, with all
the latest styles, will be displayed
nt Iter ul..if, Hi, towli'i a old
stand, goon utter their arrival. . I
have already received quite a large
lot of baby hoods, .ready-to-wear
hats, kid gloves, etc. Give me a
call before making your purchase.
Mus. F. S. Stakkktte.
Many physicians are uow pres
cribing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure reg-
i ularly having found that it is the
best prescription they cau write be
i cause it is the one prepemtion which
; contains the clement ni rceesary to
digest not only home kind of lood
i but nil kind and it tlieietore cures
indigestion aud dyspepsia no matter
what its cause. W. ( . Goodman &
Mr. John F. Davis exhibited on
the streets this week a cotton stalk
measuring more than six feet in
height, that contained 75 shapes aud
blossoms and only about 7 green
bolls. He has live acres that is in
that condition, which is very dis
couraiiinif. There are many fields in
nil sections in, the same condition
To ( arc A uia la Ou liny.
Take Laxative Broino Ouinine Tab
lets. All druggists retiuid the mon
ey if it fails tor urc. E. W. Grove's
signature is on each box. 25.
110.00 Suits to
$8.50 Suits ti
$4.50 Suits t
50 Job Suits
$1.50 pants o
$2.'M pants oi
Job in Overall'
2000 Yds. Barker
2000 Yds. Calico, per" yd.
500 Yds. good Lavoi,
Fine Organdies and'Lawns to go
2,000 yards of gixilamance at 4c
25c Sailors, lug lob, at ac
Children's 25c Soilors, big job, nt 5c
Men's Fine Hats, bis job. at 4Sc
Ladies Hats to close out cheap.
Umbrellas, good quality, at 32c
Umbrellas, fine qunlity. 3!)e
Umbrellas, finer quality, 48c
$1.50 Parasols (or $1.15
150 Fine Shirts, job, .18c
75e Shirts for 48c
$1.50 Fine Shirts for
Big job in Work, Shirts at
Home made Fine Sox
.ien s Tieav.y -cmujc wn - -Men's
Heavy S'ips, per pair,
Pins, 280 lor
pnpers of needles for
Blacking per box
Soap per cake
2 balls or thread lor
Envelopes, good, per pack,
Sewing machine oil 4c per bottle.
Big lot of Hamburg and Insertions
to arrive Friday.
Good Brooms 19c
Crocks. Jugs and Jars cheap.
Big lot of Trunks CHEAP.
Big lot of Telescopes CHEAP.
Big lot of Grips VERY CHEAP.
17 lbs Standard Granulated Sugar
10 lbs Best Green Cotlee for $1.00.
15 lbs of Soda for 25c.
20 lbs of Rice for $1.00.
Schnapps Tobacco 30c.
"More Goods for the Same Money,
and the Same Goods for Less noney,'
AT THE MOORESVILLE RACKET STORE,
W. P. CARPENTER. Owner.
Made Hale and Hearty.
Still a greater cut than was made here last week. Summer goods must
move. Everybody kliowns how low thino-a sold hei- hist, wonk Yrm ran
et then lower now than ever. We bar out nothins 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 .'ic; the T'.'c kind at 4e: 121c organdies and
lawns now cut to 7.U-; line lawns, to "15 and 18c kind, now 10c: white or
gandies, the 35c kind, now l'Jc; white organdie, the 25c kind, now 12c;
25c mercerized chambray, now 15c; men's low cut Prime Albert ties ieg
ular price always $1.50, cut to $1.00 to clean them out. Ladies aud
Misses Oxfords like you would get them nt a fire sale. A good soled tie
for 75c, worth $1.00;' $1.50 ties going nt $1.00: better grade worth $1.75
uow $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 half gallons. Loeknort
Mason jars urc the best, thickest and h:ie a better shoulder, Quarts
c per dozen; J gallons at $1.00.
Mooresville, N. C.
Next Session Begins September 2, 1901.
Vur patronage Is respectfully solicited.
F. P. ROCKETT, Picixcii-ai
LULA P. RODGERS, Assistant.
Fob Sale The W. M. Knox farm,
half a mile from Jit. Mourneon the
Southern Railwm : 225 acres. Ap
ply to W. P. Kxi'.x, Chaitotte. N, C.
The election off bunds held lust
Tuesday, did li"! create a big stir
as is usual on eh--lion day. The
issue nmounted to about 4 lo 1
against bonds, t
A small fire occurred Wednesday
morning at Dr. 1 hurl's. A servant
had emptied some ashes in the
eonl bin, from wa'u-Ii a small flame
was started. NTT damage was done.
Mr. W. B. lhu her, the Grand
Lecturer for the Masons ot North
Carolina preached an able sermon
at tho Methodist church on last
Sunday night to a lare and inter
ested congregation. He will deliver
a public address at Academy Hall
tonight on the "Moral 'J'enchinH of
Masonry." Everybody is invited,
especially the ladies.
On last Saturday the Mooresville
baseball team crossed bats with the
Davidson team and won the victory
inascoruof 11 to 10. Another
game will be played tomorrow after
noon at three o clock on the Davitl
son groupd. Our boys ore goiug
down determined to win.
Calvin Shinn. son of Mr. J. C.
Shiun has typhoid fever. He ar
rived homo last week from West
Va., where he had gone several
mouths airo to work ill tho coh!
mines. There are many others
the coal mlninn sections of West
Virginia that are anxious to return
home, beiiitf dissatisfied with the
Monday niizht about 10 o'clock
while the' Winston freight was shift
ing nround in the yard at this place
a cylinder head blew out. llie ex
illusion was heard in all parts of
town, uud fragments of the slcum
tank were thrown in all directions,
Let us serve you quick.
IT IS USELESS FOR
U S TO TELL YOU
UAT WC 'lavp u'wa.vs l,en licndquarters for bargains,
nM I I I L me just the same today.
That our goods have always given perfect satisfaction. We just wish to
call your attention to these facts. Always come to THE RED FRONT
STORE. The place where the profits are shared with you. I '
We have always sold the best shoes for the least money,
who have bought them know where of we speak
Our Line of Calicos have just been repliuished with be
able Calico, at reasonable prices. rail aud winter
We are buying early iu order to be able to sell chr
our Hue before you buy. It will pay you.
ou positively can not make anv mistake in get
aiis, iftuiicr1 - - -t
11 lbs srood irreen cotfee for $1.00, Lcverings et,
ter than Arbuckles, coffee essence at 5c. He sure
and makes vour eoll'ec better. Ihose -.ice lish ic
oml fir. ..or hnv Xiro ril l' fw III Sllolll' meat llllll
and a little cheaper than others.
Fall of the year is here. The nights are getting longest
anmo n ifn luml; a nd rend them, such ones as '"The Prince o
f , , nn , nr.... .1 1 , I " .....r. I.
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that we have. "Sainantha at Saratoga, for instance. t ome
through our line it won t cost you a cent to see them.
We are yours for Husiness.
XT HE RED FRONT STORED
KENTUCKY DISC DRILLS !
err- V rJsgC i Cfi
D. E- TURNER & CO-
THE NORTH CAROLINA
SUTt NORMAL AD INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE.
Annual expenses fHK) to $HC; for non-residents
of the Stiitc $100. Faculty of DO members. Prac
tice and Observation School of about 250 pupils.
To .-ci!ic board in the dormitories all free-tuition
nppliciii ions should be made before July
Session opens September 1 tit h.
Correspondence invited from those desiring
competent teachers and stenographers.
For catalogue and other information address
PRESIDENT CHARLES D. MclVER.
(iiecnsboro, N. C.