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VOL. VII.. NO 36.
MOORESVILLE, N. G, FRIDAY JUNE 6, 1902.
Hakry P. Dkaton, Editor ani Ownrr. PRICE .f 1.00 PER YEAR.
G G.GGG GGGG
G Any kind of an old G
G Headache or Neu- G
G ralgia cured with G
G QUICK HEADACHE CURE G
G 4 doses for 10 cents. G
G Guaranteed. G
G ONLY AT G
G GOODMAN'S, G
G The Druggist. G
We are now handling Ice by
the CAR LOAD, and are pre
pared to give the good peo
ple, of Mooresville and vicin
ity as good Ice service as
mr larger cities. "
OUR PRICES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
ICE TICKETS good for 100 lbs.
of Ice in 1 lb.. 2 lb and 5 lb.
Tickets at 73c. or Sc. per lb.
ICE TICKETS good for 100 lbs.
Ice in 10 lb. lots up to 100 lbs.
300 lbs. to ton lots, a special price
will be given on application.
jpWe do not deliver
Jess .ban fc. wprth of
Ice, as we could not af
ford to deliver in less
amounts, but "
We will Deliver 10 lb. lots to any
place in the city.
it) A Hi- Hs ifc, PPr lb.
i: 100 lb. lots 4c per lb.
JiTThose prices only apply to
pai ties who purchase Tickets.
H.N. JOHNSTON & CO.
Ul TO-DATE -
Mooi:i ili.e. N. C.
J. n. D EATON, Prop.
Telephone. No. 12.
Uu.4 Mod:, pood Service.
1 1 . ; 1 I .Ji: , i .
DR. S. FRONTS,
Settling Estate a Specialty.
ZED. V. TURLINGTON,
Jijooresville, '" '- North Carolina
CALL OS W. D. PIA It II
Life, Sick, Fire,
Accident mid l'Jfct"Glas
Mooresville, N. C,
Enquire Walker is listing taxes.
Mrs. M. F. Ncsbit has about
fully recovered from her recent at
tack of pneumonia.
Mr. Will Rousseau spent last
Sunday at Statesville with his moth
er. Mrs. J. O. Rousseau.
Statesville is preparing for a free
mail delivery system. The houses
are being numbered.
Watermelons are ripe. Quite a
number have passed through to
points over the Western road.
Rev. Parker Holmes is able to
be out again, but was too unwell to
hold prayer-meeting Wednesday
Fellow-citizens: your road tax
has been nearly doubled. Now de
mand better roads, and execute the
Wanted Will pay highest mar
ket price, cash or trade, for butter,
eggs and chickens. Geo. O. Corne
lius & Co.
The continued dry weather has
greatly decreased the prospects for
corn in this vicinity, hardens are
On July 8th murderer Connelly
and rapists Fleming and Blanton, of
Rowan, will be hanged at Salisbury,
all of whom are negroes.
Cronic bronchial troubles and
summer coughs can be quickly re
lieved and cured by Foley's Honey
and Tar. E. H. Miller fe Co.
No services were held at the
Methodist church last Sunday night
on account of the continued illness
of the pastor, Rev. Parker Holmes.
A number of vonng people enjoyed
a pound party, on last Friday night,
it the home ot Mr. and Mrs. K. A.
Stowe, three miles north of town.
Mrs. Alice Neikirk, of Grassy
Creek, who is visiting at Mr. M. F.
Nesbivs, is spending a few days
with relatives at Perth. She will
return to town to-morrow.
Rev. V. C. Ridenhour left this
morning for Troutman'g where be
has accepted a call as pastor ot
three churches in that neighbor
hood. Concord Tribune, 3rd.
Rev. Royal Shannonhouse, of the
Enisf onal church, will hold services
at the towri-JIall on.next Sunday.
altemoon at 4:30 o clock. I ho
pnitl.c is cordially invited to attend.
Rev. John W. Wakefield, of Con
cord, and Miss Josephine K. Coit,
of Salisbury, were married Wednes
day at the home of the bride at
Rev. Dr. W. W. Moore and family,
of the Richmond lheological Semi
nary, and Mr. H. E. Fries, of Win
ston Salem, were giics's at the
Central. Hotel Monday night.
On last Saturday night Esquire
Walker united in marriage Mr. W.
P. Stallings and Mrs. Jennie Per
kins. In this union the bride and
the crot'in each furnished five
Din ing the summer kidney irreg
ularities lire often caused by exces
sive drinking qr being' overheated!
Attended to the kiuue at once by
using roley s Kidney Cure. h II,
Notk Tt-Geo. O. Cornelius & Co.
will let you have ice on Sunday
from 9 to 10:30 o'clock, a. in., and
from 4:! 0 to (5 o'clock, p. m. These
hours will be strictly observed ex
cept in i as :s of extreme illness.
For biliousness use Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
leause the stomach and regulute
the liver and bo.vycjs, pffpcling
quick Lad permanent cure. For
sale by Geo. Goodman & Co., drug
gist. Cards in out announcing the
marriage of Mr. John McNcely, of
Charlotte, and Miss Emma Miller,
of York county, S. ('., on next
Thursday, June 12th. Mr. McNeely
is the ehjpst son tit; Mr, and MrsVK.
M. McNeely, of this place.
Announcement lias been made of
the approaching marriage on Thurs
day, June 1 2th, of Mr. Tom Knox,
of Mount L'lla, and Miss Janie
Moore, of Statesville. The groora-to
be is a brother ot Mr. R. M. Knox,
of this place, and formerly clejkod
for D. E. Turner AW ' '
The annual Coolcemee picnic was
pulled ofl Tuesday, when about 80
of our young eople enjoyed one of
the pleasuntest days ever spent on
the bunks of the Yadkin. Coolcemee
js a delightful resort aud this yearly
outing Is looked forward to with
a great deal of interest.
My little son had au attack of
whooping cough and was threatened
witi) pneumonia; but for Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy we would have
had b serious time of it. It also
saved him from several 'severe at
tacks of croup. H. J. Strickfaden,
editor World-Herald, Fair Haven,
Wash. For sale by Geo. O. Good
man A Co., druggist.
T Vur a rl4 (Vita Bay.
Take LakatjVe RromoQulhihe Tab
lets. AU'druggists refund the mon
ey if it fail to cure. E. W. Grove's
sinaturo on each box. 25 cents
! ilk.,t Hart fir ttnhte
A great deal has been said about
electric lights for the town recently,
but nothing has been done to pro
vide such a necessity. Mr. Kipka
did not submit a proposition to the
board, and as a result the following
has been handed in:
After looking over the ground
Mr. Kipka decided that he could not
light the town for less than $90 per
year for each arc light, and that it
would take twenty arc lights lor tne
town, making a total of $1,800 per
year for lights. That is more than
the taxes amount to each year.
Mooresville s credit is fine. She
has no debts. $0000 at 4 per cent.
bonds could be sold at par. Interest
at 4 per cent, on $6,000 will be $240.
Enough lights would be taken to
nearly pay the expenses of operat
ing the plant we will say all out
$10 per month $120 per year.
Total cost of twenty arc lights per
vear $360. Compare with above.
We need lights. Let us issue the
bonds and get them.
Ready to Yield.
"I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salye for piles and found it a certain
cure, ays . it. niereuuu, vriuow
Drove, Del. Operations unneces
sary to cure piles.' They always
yield to DeWitts Hazel Salve.
Cures skin diseases, all kinds of
wounds. Accept no counterfeits.
Geo. C. Goodman A Co.
A Young Man Drowned.
A very distressing affair occurred
at McKendrees bridge, on iiura
creek, near Amity, on Wednesday
about 1 o'clock. Young Burt Mc
Lean, aged about 23 years, was in
seining in company with his younger
brother, Robert McLean, George
Moore, Robert Moore and Jim Good
man. The four boyg had been m
t'le water only a short while when
young McLean began to cramp. The
paroxysm that carried tne ooy neiow
the surface of the water, held hira
in its hold until he was drowned.
The creek is very shallow not
much more than a branch at this
season of the year. His comrades
waited for several minutes for the
body to rise, but this it fuiled to do.
When rescued the young man was
The funeral took place yesterday
at the home, at 12 o'clock and the
remains weve -CrQUg!iaaJffiIffana.
. 17 . . . .
interred at the cemetery.
"One Minntp Cuwgh Cure beats
all other medicines I ever tried for
coughs, cold, croup and throat and
lung troubles," says D. Scott Curnn
of Lognnton, Pa. Ope Minute
Cough Cure is the only absolutely
sate cough roiucdv which acts un-.
mediately. Mothers everywhere
testify to the god it has done their
little ones, '.roup is so sudden in
in its attacks that the doctor often
arrives too late. It yields at once
to One Minute Cough ('tire. Pleas
ant to take. Children like it. Sure
cure for grip, bronchitis, coughs
Geo. C. Goodman A Co.
Col. m MarvieoY" "
Col. D. A. Lowe Is married. The
bride was Miss Cora Henderson and
the ceremony was performed at the
Methodist parsonage at Lowesville,
at 10 o'clock on the morning of June
3rd. Quite a number of friends
gathered to witness the ceremony
Col. Lowe is a very prominent man.
politically and socially, in this sec
tion of the State. He is 85 years of
rl'c and has rc.nesented Lincoln,
Guston and Catawba counties in the
State Senate. Hio bride jg a. sinter
of Dr. H.V C, Hnii'lu'af.n, of Char
lotte. Charlotte Observer.
Sprinir fever is another name for
biliousness. Is is more serious than
most people think. A torpid liver
and inactive bowels mean a poisoned
system. If neglected,, gcrimio ill
ness may ' follow'' such symptoms.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers re
move all danger by stimulating the
liver, opening the bowels and cleans
ing the system of impurities. Safe
pills. Never gripe. "I have taken
DeWitt's Little F:arly Risers for
torpid liver every spring for years,"
writes R. M, Kvcfly, Moiindsvllle,
W. Va ""Thoy ' 'do ine more good
than anything I have ever tried."
Geo. C. Goodman fe Co.
The farmers are getting ou, f,f
heart about their uutlon, the trouble
i they can't get It" up.
1 Fruit in this section is not as
good as was expected.
Miss Minnie Jamison, of Greens
boro, is visiting friends and relatives
Ci;jUi. tt a"g; ci'bW amended an
ice cream dumper 'Saturday' evening
af'Mr. C. L. Wallers. The evening
was very much enjoyed by all.
Raudall, June 4, 1902. Tli,u
Th la ilriiktan la oa wtttj bo of lh ftaala
Laxative BroouhQuinine Tbiu
Mm reattdr tbrt tarn eoM la aa
We have never heard of a
IIus failed to cure,
case where it f4ils.
23?"We.want to refund
Prepared only by
Miss J a1
rgrave died Sat
he home of her
;ars old and had
th for more than
d took place Sun-
been in fa!
a year. 1
conducted bv her
pastor, Rev. W.
harr, and the
remains were I.Jul to rest bv
side of her fritljer in the Coddle
Creek burying fcround. Deceased
was an aunt of Mr. L. D. Hanrrave.
of Charlotte; Mr. II. II. Hargrave,
of Salisbury, anikMiss Octa Har
grave, of LexiugO. all of whom at
tended the fu ieis
FOR - ANY
To make your dimes and dollars do
ZWWe will take
Btad It la Hii Xsaprr.
George Schuub, a well known
German citizen of New Lebanon,
Ohio, is a constant reader of the
Dayton Volks-zcitung. He knows
that this paper aims to advertise
only the best in its columns, and
when he saw Chamberlain's Pain
Balm advertised therein for lame
back, he djd not heat. in buying
a bottle vd- it for his wile, who for
eight weeks hail suffered with the
most terrible pains in her back and
could get no relief. He says: "After
using the Pain Halm for a few days
my wife said tif me, 'I feel as tho.igh
born anew,' and before using the
entire con ten U of the bottle the un
bearable pains had entirely vanished
and she could nguin take up her
household duties. He is very
thankful and hopes that all suffer
ing likewise will hcur of her wonder
ful recovery. Th;j va.UahQ lini
meut i ftf sniw ii.v Ge. C. Good
man k Co., dniggtbt
Foley's Honey tad Tar
forchildrcn.sjtte ture. No opiates.
B-4-U Buy Priee Hy Goods !
Large Lot Ladies New Hats to be Sold at a Bargain 1
New lot II Kid Gloves iuc
25c Silk Mitts only . ..,. ., 15c
1,000 yards Embroideries from 2c up
500 Ladies' ll!)c Fans only I'-'- - 5c
zuu uaaies pu jhs uMiy
oc HituuKorc Iigis lie 4c Handkerchiefs c
10c Handkejjjhiefs 5c 1 Job in tine Parasols .--8lC'
A line of fine Samples at half price. See my line of NF;CK VVEAR.
500 pair Boys' I'ants from -. , 15c to 25c
Boys' Overalls 25c Pip lnc Curtains 48c pr
Fine Lux e Curtains . . ..i)c pair
Remember tbc Juua'll". t5.'N. Corset only 48c and OHc
Large lot fine Lawns at Cut Prc.
See my 10c White Lawn for..6ic Finaniutit kJiwiss only.
Ladies' Slippers.. 50c pr
Ladies' Fine Shoes 95c pr
Good Chevl- Ttb,auc.o. 25c lb
7 paokafrog Snuft for 25c
MOORESVILLE RACKET STORE,
' W. P. CARPENTER OWNER.
ense of Headache that our
money in every
H. MILLER & CO.,
Graduates in Pharmacy.
Miss Mary Davis Henderson is en
tertaining Misses Stella Richardson
and Lula Frazier, of Charlotte, and
Miss Mattie Poston, o" Statesville,
at a house part v. Mrs. J. II. Frazier,
of Charlotte, is chaperoning this
bevy of pre'tty young misses.
If you have kidney, or bladder
trouble and do not use Foley's Kid
ney Cure, you will have only your
self to blame for results, as it posi
tively cures all forms of kidney and
bladder diseases. E. H. Miller A
I n VIII I C
your CHICKENS and EGGS at Highest Prices.
Frank Rohbins, white, who was
indicted at the recent term ot court
for selling liquor without license,
was brought to jail yesterday by
Deputy Sheriff Deaton, of Moores
ville. Rohbins was arrested at Da
vidson, where his family lives, He
is charged y polling lUjuor in
SQith Ireduil and is held under a
bond of ijiiOO Rohbins' character
is bad. He lias served a term in
the penitentiary for larceny. Tues
How la Avuid Tiaublr.
Now is the time to provide your
self ami family with a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera mid
Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost
certain to lie needed before theuuin
mer is over, and if procured now
may save yun t Wi to town in the
nit; IH ur in your busiest season. It
is everywhere admitted to be the
most successful medicine in uxe for
bowel complaints, both for children
and adults. No family can afford to
be without it. For sale by Geo. C.
Goodman t Co., druggist.
Ladies' Slipiiers f?, now.. 1.50
Queen Bess, only.... S-50
Good Smoking; Tobacco ..25(! lb
9 lbs. Rousted Coffee
We have just received another car of that fine flour. If
in need of any call and get our prices which are the low
est. Remember we carry everything found in a gen
eral store. :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: -
Don't forget to visit our Millinery Department. Our
Milliner is up-to-date and can please you. Call and in
spect our line of seasonable aud stylish dress goods,
and don't forget Queen Quality Shoes. :: :-: :-: :-:
Big Reduction in Clothing, Summer
Weight Garments, &c.
ttr-You can save money, and get the best
the market affords-
ff JlI Ffc A rVT7
If You are Looking.
For the place where your money will go the furthest then come tr
l'ie RED FRONT. e ure making strides in progress. If you
want Notions, Shoes, Ladies' Hats. Ladies' Skirts, Shirt Waists, Hose,
Underwear, Haudkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Window Curtains, Lace Curtains,
Curtain Poles, Embroidery, Fine Lining, White Goods, Culhoes, Ging
hams. Domestics, Towels, Glassware, China, Crockery. Stationery, Table
Cutlery, 11 )oks, liiblcs, Tinware. MEN'S STRAW HATS, Men's Pants,
Hoys' SuiU and Punts, Dress Shirts, Work Shirts, Neckwear, Fruit Jars,
or a full line of
then we can certainly save you money. Lot hitcst stvle Ladies' H;iU
just reculvtMl, worth from $1 to 2.
new I mbrellas. An elegant one tor
A $3.00 WE CREAM
Freezes in one minute. A g'to I
out alarm (illc. Call und let us kuv(
The Red Front
WHEN IN NEED of ANYTHING
-USUALLY HANDLKI) I5Y AN
UP-TO-DATE HARDWARE HOUSF,
D. E. TURNER & CO.
F.ver before von.
Yards at STATFV1LLK, SALISBURY am. WILKKSBORO.
Mnrje oud (inutile Jlnnunieiits, Tablets, Cane
trtj Coping and Tile.
We carry tin most complete line ol Monument and Tablet in the Stale
On r prices are lowest. Write for Cala!'!iie.
W. L. f'AI.DWKLL. Aokvt, Mooresville. N..('.
We sell at fiilc to 75c. His lot of
b.ic and plenty of cheaper ones too.
FREEZER FOR Toe.
alarm chii k fi
u good one witll-
We tan and will.
I RANK .VOORE
KF.F.P 'I MF. NAM K-
It Hill liCill OU.