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e en 3atar 'eh v. r, cr .dans w lif Parte air. , Hon sed c tainc a pi! lanei nild emed ion t TO boa derft? iaeii , i T JE jo: i joW is' the .time to DU3 V 1 01 i-J an immince stoclr Of IHLi' IF j have SHOES that need sailing and;wearing. Some $3.0.0. 0:233 Some $3.50 cri A. If you want a pair of SHOES come see me I can vfix you. ' . r- . . ..... . ... . - , . a. : 1 . " ":. V--- U KJ O i O r p V:' 4 Or. "-: v V cv r ' o; or. O" CT o o-. 30000OOOOO.OCOQOQOQQOOQOOO OUR W!0: ':-v: Safety, first, liberality next Both are essential to successful bank ing. If you are satidlcd vrith our motto come in and tza us. DIHECTORS. Dr. A. B. Drafts YT Ji. Cannon G. II. Glascncr . F, A. Bly : M.H:57fci:t:.s--fcT;P.lIaUcri3i F. E. DTJHFEH E V7. X3T7BAini President x ; xiVico:Tzcz. Curtis Bynnm j;.0.'7miam3 a. n. nAV7miis C. E. BROOKS it ki I-J oJ ''W Thl rfeopies s 'V:. WE HAVE OVERBOUGHT THEEEEQEE 7S ARE OBLIGED 3 SELL Alrii Ainr PRIClliO RAISE OME QUICK XIOITEY.-; I WE WILL BELL AIiL OUItlJIJrni ATCOS ID SAVE: YOU unw ski t rnrr mil in . . . . - ;.- . 50c Shirts : , . . c . J. S. .... 39c 75c Shirts ....... .... . 68c U.00 Shirts.;.. H . . :.78c $2.00 Pants. , . .$1.63 $2.60 Pants; w,. '..$1.98 $1.25 Pants:: ;;. '1 . .98 1.. One lot youth's Pants value $1.50 at 78c We have the best shoes in town.2. Come in and get you a pair you can buy them c&apiTWe sen Hen's Brogan shoes at 08c, Women's $1.50 shoes at 93c. 3,000 yards apron guigham at 5'c j6L oat fail to take advantage of these bargains. k . - - .... ..-- : . . 9t , X L. JONES opposite Court House." Aliens Old Ctand , are now oellin5T At CodS Sizec a , - Ws Site v . ll S J. A special cofun had to be pro vided to accommodate: the body of AT; :i; Thomas, of Selma, Ala., Vv-ho diefl at the Charity hospital in .New Orleans Friday. Thomas weighed more than 500 pounds and it required the combined strengths of five hospital ' atten dants to carry the body to the hearse." ' Charles Crisp, son of former bpeaker : Crisp, of-, the National House of Representatives, Friday receied-a telegram from Champ Clark, speaker-to-be of. the House, offering him the place of House parliamentarian and clerk to "the Speaker. Judgie Crisp immediate ly accepted the appointment and was instructed to report in AVash ington on March 21, for duty. . With his wrist tied to the tail of a wild horse, the body of a Pa- fpago Indian -was found Friday by a detachment of the First unit ed States cavalry at the edge of the Gila river," near Mesa. Ariz. In order to secure the body; it was necessary to'-sTipptrtne"horse.,It believed the -young Indian had been condemed to die in this man ner 'because of ' having' violated some law of the tribe! The Princeton committee, which is " raising a fund ;tog provide -a Cleveland memorial to be use4 as a tart of the new. university, build ings, now has $9o,500m its. hands. Only $4,500 is needed to complete ,the $100,000 fund by .March. 18; the 74th anniversary of Mr. Cleve land 's birth. The greater part of the money thus far subscribed has has ; been in $5, $10 and; $20 sub scriptions. ' . ';' V i:.r ' .;.' ' Tuskegee Institute of TuskegeV, Ala.; will -. eventually benefit to the extent of several thousand dol lars by the will of Emmet Dens: more, a millionaire manufacturer of New Ybrk',r fileel last week : in the surrogate "office. To the in- L stitute is directed to; be igven, af ter various life estates created, by the will have lapsed, ,all the testa- . . . - - -. . tor s property, or . as mucn as tne law will. allow to be given for such purposes. The large. '''.' With the view of Ending,, for Norfolk an inexhaustible "-water supply f rom the'phowari: jiyer in the State of North Carolina, tht citv throuch her municipal finance committee has secured, from Jorth j Carohna State Corporation Com mission a charter i oi ;the f t Norfolk-Carolina' Water Supply -Company," which is empowered to ob tain : water from the': rivers and steams in North" Carolina and fur nish the same. not only to Norfolk but to any other city in this or.ariy other state. . . . v " v v X pressman i ' .1 1 U 4 ' Cleveland Star: Con Es.Y. Webb has accepted-an invi tation to deliver tHe alumni' ad dress at the commencement exer cises of .Wake Forest College, May 18. Mr. Webb is -a graduate of this institution of the' class-of 1B93. ' t L:1-. . ... . .. . .. . ..... . -- j ". ... ... - , The Highlander : J. M. Putnam, .who' lives in No. Three township, is a progressive farmer who raises pigs and. cattle for sale. He sold m one day 50 worth of pigs. Sold also this .winter two. head of regis tered young Jersey cattle for $100 also Vtwo smaller ones - for $65. On .four acres of pea stubble he scattered 2.Z loads of stable nia; nuife and this .wheat crop looks promising. - . : Lincoln Times: Chas. . Seagle, son of P., y Seagle .was 4badly kicked by a mule at a saw mill up" near: the Cleveland line Monday evening about three o'clock. The mule, was ? hooked up to' the log wagon cruujieu. Aflame ;went to straighten the .traces. As he stopped oyer, the mule kicked with both feet, knocking but .' his, front teeth. above and below and break ing his jaw bone in two or three places. . . v '..X-v l---'''r- Rutherfordton Sun : .Wednesday night of last " week n jMiss ;' Annie Abrams, of Sandy ; Plains, - Polk, county, died quite suddenly at the home of Mrs. 31.; A.. Camp, in the some" county. Miss Abrams ' was visiting Mrs. ; Camp, at the; time. She retired," seemingly, as well as usual on Wednesday night. Thurs day morning Mrs. Camp' called Miss Abrams to breakfast, ;and getting no ' response to her call, Mrs. Camp went to her room and found , her . dead in, bed." Miss Abrams was about 75 years of age and was - a most estimable chris tian lady.' ; 1 :r'A ;'.-.V 1 "! ; ..If :.it3 a cipplic you pyant i coll 'and vlct-i usJ ccllj ou vk'k?irrsiz':r 2"7j u ICC occ oriiiau L0TPS CASK SHOESTOr Good family horcs. reasonable . to' the right mnrket. ca "the 1 , t I ft-. Charlotte Observer : - Dra. ;R. L; Gibbon, .William Allen, George W. Pressly, , J B Irwin,. I.- Wr Faisonl and J. E. S. Davidson snerit Thiirs- estimate -is very! Hnfhor-fAy.w Vs' :' "-- ' "."VtiWUWU , UlrVbUUlUg the - dedicatory exercises of the new; :, Rutherfordton ; J hospital founded by Drs.. Nprris and Biggs Dr.- Joseph-: Pricebf JNew York, uup.,pi ;,n ipremost; surgeons pi the North, gave,, a, clinic and lec-i tued before the .thirty-five; doc tors ; present. : The, lunch - served was a delicious one.: .The"Kuther- fordton hospital is one of the best arranged and most' r scientifically equipped to be found in the State, i.,Charlotte Observer "i They had.a rat-killing time down on North College, street yesterday "after noon when the rear" end of the bid stable "soccupied by J. .C. Cochran & Bro., was torn idown ' prepara tory; ) to the erection of a larger and more commodious building for the same tenants. As the brick: were taken, down the rats became rattled and began to move but. and to hunt for more comfort able quarters. ) Young boys "and some older ones; too. organized crusading tband and succeeded; in killing 350 rodents of r various and sunury sizes. . . . . - . Lexington; r Dispatch : ? Sunday there passed through the city ; en route for New York" a solid train load of eggs and poultry. .C They came from Ashe ville and adjoin ing .points ; and all were . fresh. Therewas J nothing; in the lot re surrected from the vaults , of ; cold 'storn ?(hoT!$e -'l In the train load were w:cl:v-"4ofads 'bf eggs ; j four cars oi-live poultry ana iour cars, of dressed poultry, making 32 cars loaded .with, poultry .and poultry products. -V This shows something oi the 7 enormous ; proportions to which the poultry business Jias grown in- North. Carolina and it is a fact that the industry in. this part of the nation is barely: in its 'infancy:),:" -;iZt'S I !'' :x v Makers of butter who Vaccident aily ". work more water into their product than the law, allows, .will after May 1 encounter the strong arm of" the ; law. . Commissioner Cabell of ; the5 internal revenue bureau I with the approval $f Sec- retary Mac y eagn, naving instrueir ed all his internal. revenue collec tors to .watch: for such : violations v ,Water weighs heavily in a pound of utter, but the law allows, 16j per cent. j? or. several years tne Denartment of Agriculture has superintended the packing "of hun dreds .of thousands of pounds of butter ior tne navy, wnere not more than 13, per cent moisture; is allowed. Commissioner Cabell says that is sufficient that the. law can be obeyed without difficulty ; ; Powder magazines of - the Du Pont Nemours Powder Company, containing", hundreds of ( tons ; of black powder and dynamite, ex ploded at the plant of the company l mile northwest pf Pleasant Prai rie, Wis.: last week! E. S. Thomp son, foreman, is known to be dead! Miss Alice Fitch of c Elgin, -;IU dropped dead ; of heart disease caused by fright,, 50 people .'wer injured ; several hundred houses in the place were blown) completely down or were so badly damaged as to De unmnaDitaDie ana; puiia ings v t en t miles ; away' were ' bSdlM I lyrecked.,, The5 magazine contain ed 8,000 keg3 of - giant - powder, finished -25,000 kegs giantj)bwder nnfiinished 150 tons finished dyna-f mite ana iou tons "or aynamixe in prdccc3 of manufacture, ' All thes's went up' in tho explosion, r , ; n". i nm 4- - A. M-krmm f I So little 4oe3 the present gen eration know of thood-old times that aTChicgp' ;catCibni in the innocenso;;bf,isrji$a made a picture of !fa;gran4motnei' with her . knitting,- finishing" a stocking at; the top of the leg. in stead of ' ' toeing it off, V as every real grandmother used ,to. do. ' -r Onward.-1-'-? P -" V : ' Pittsborbis J30 years . old and Saturday the r town made itsfirst tepsitp wards . improvements. Tl At a bond ; election ; held $5,00.213,. voted for street improvemente, the vote being 31 fpr and against. 'I yA- lady !a- Gretnvfll ;xe? wrote a tnzza lollops: : (-"Foj4 'years,;' fter - preparlr. j X7llh th& utnast care; I tt&3 Ua' appointed ,to ese them coiaa cut creaay and unwholesome looking. However, .with, ray first tise rf Cottolsn t c? try t&arhxo; lwL-deli -htew es tLsyrwera ort atl'-ana nai;y i.iE'tiits"'i;prcrcrcvct. tdlena'toranyLofher'horterUT-on tt Eiarkewiild-' evea-carry4i - tall or -it on our annual -caxsplcs txli through the mountains." .. " ' . Cottolene is raa'de hy, Th2 IT. IC Fair- banir." Company, tn'J is rfiuch - more wholesome, and economical than lard. ,It is sold by all good grocers.' vill t3 stcrrs against st rain, snow,, fire and lightning if it is covered with New Century IIetai. -Shingles. These shingles make a thoroughly dependable, tronble proof roof that will last as Ion as the reit of the honsc' Their, fire.'..' :y., . : ; . v '. proof qnalities mean a perpetual " '..:) l saving on insurance. . ij 2V3 Lct ns send T?n CVLT illustrated Shingle Book No. : j ' 25. Also special reports from people in tour owk v v section who are nsin New Cextuxy SHiNGLks. . . - , ' OJR.MKTAL Ctttltngs add far more to the value of a buildin than " ' .anprices.1"1 beuUul dnjble aai sanitary. Write for full partial V. . 1 ?XJ CAHTLL OT;vrES 4reat coal savert aad heat producers. Ilade . in plaia black and plated finishes. Sold by progressive dealers evervwheri. Tf - Your dealer can't show you Cahill Grates, send us hname. tr,rTwhtn' U , .cinanmacmreauands of Sheet Metal Buildin4 Ilaterial; also Architec- CMtaad Wrought Iron Work. Vrite for prices. 1 - :MGBlil2RROW ."GO u 50 ; v -ana- a rl makes a fifdod bed at :.: ', Skiepherd,G ' Fiirnitore Store. Tour mony fcack if not satisfied in yone week. ' fp ' -- r It 1 vr . r ' Real Estate Brcliers & Insurance Undervmter; e . ? - - .' .OCce Ground Floor Citizens JDanir " -c ; v- .Building. Entrance 37. , Korti, ' Uala SL . ' " . " Are Ydn In teres Led in Hender soiiyille Rieal Estate? v If '8o,"rre ate ofTeria- t!ie best cen- :v; trallj located and beautifully; eleTated ; unlmproTed lots In toirn as irell as, iniprQTed. and; ready -".for occupancy " property. . . ' v V : - ? - -1 x Are You Interested ; In Hender- son County Farm-Lands?, r.-,., 1 ; If 80,-we can fumlsb what you rant - whether It be large .or 'small estates. Do You Need Fire Insurance oh YourFi;ppi3rty. " J . ; If so,'r we '. .represent' the oldest and " -v'' f strongest lino of t companies ,ln the - '.: ' world with three hundred millions of ' . . f ; ; dollars of assets for your protection! . : re. I. - ... t -.... t y First Glass : a on &ve ic.v.r ; v t!ony -when yem; bey Icipla . -' sects thtt wctr.tftll erd wcrlc ' WeCr' The Lil tli we tc.- ; ' We iicas one of the beet and most complete "of 'Fararlniple-: m zzit ' Gr taloc ' 1 1; Gi vc3 pn ccc,' descnjrtqi:! and- much1 intcrcc.i mformdtioii.' ';' I.IIIid !if cb'tipcs requect. .' T7e lira hcidrris fax': vV V. Ccir? and ether KccZz. I.Zra ' prices cn."rny,crr'--3 cr Firra 2ra-: - f , 4m .,....- That am; Gcinii zti2. : During the. past two wecis we-fcsT sold SS bushels of Onica Jjets, but w. wonder ,wheh people. Cud ;cut we era selllzj thea fcr'tdlf pilco"' they ;cr3 cncr ta taia jidrciti-o :cf 'ssci'ci portunities.-, Thcyj2 ari ;s:noTT ccfr same nt 5r3-pc'r czlczu',Zlf ccr'j- " a r-c:5 cents for era tnlf trrlj -1.13 per bushel CMJ -fi'r-SJ" IzzU. v: Izzf :Thsr "pricc3xf-5T!::Itcc!3'rrLrL" lct;crt ccir ca; rcr cr lisj.-rjil'r;." 5 , -I tM J -W- hate rur. chased C-.CD irorr of C00D3 on noun. ' . ' ' . .