Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library, Chapel Hill, NC
Newspaper Page Text
Nlamrnotti and Record - Breaking Prices ! !
Worth of New Goods at I have iust returned from the NORTHERN MARKETS, and have positively bought the larg est and best and cheapest line of goods that has ever before been placed upon my shelves and counters. TO W CUSTOMERS AM tHe Pule Generally ! ! Every Dollar will-buy 100 cents worth of the very oesu guuus iaj uc hxu.. Money may be scarce or plentiful, but neither condition will affect prices in my store. Cheap! Cheaper!! Cheapest!!! I have bought at low prices and will sell at low prices. Look over this list and see what you want out of it. Seasonable ana Noly Dress Rnnns UUUUM A fiOOD fnMm i AT PRICES NEVER BEFORE HEARD OF. Dress Goods. Plain and fancy Domestic Serges. Blue and Black Vel .vcts. Trimmings to match. : pieces Drap DeYlenne Crepon ef fect 10c a yard, worth 15c. Ail wool Serges 33Jc worth 50c. Silk shirt waists 50c wcrth 75c. Sole agent ior Thompson's Glove Fit-tin- Corsets Best in the world. Intel's Kid Gloves at $1.00 a pair. Scotland Neck Ribbsd Hosiery at 10c a pair. 1,000 and 1 things in Yankee Notions and small wears. . SHIRT I 5b AW THE B?50M fRIEND -THE NOBBIEST ASI) NEWEST THING IX- IMS' CLOAKS AND CAPES. AT WINNING TRICES WALIONG HATS For Lai 100 window shades, complete with rollers, for 25 cents, silk Umbrellas at 75c. Men's and boys' hats at halt value. Clothing! Clothing! 000 Full Suits-Must t sold. 1"0 H".v"' Suit- at wrth . 100 Youths' Suits from 2. to -f;.K Ifwlf Value. 100 Men's Suits from 2 to .$10 Hall Value. Buys' Knee Pants from 2.V to 7.V. M youEas" (Ul Welimca Suk of l. vlU- , mi .wi ;i I 1 fr.M f-fni" til a ought to Catch Your Thought. UOfGJIT iuJ'ki; TEE MIKE IS LEATEER. woolen Blankets. Sheeting, Pillow Casing. FURNITURE, CHAIRS, -TABLES, ETC L . - ' i" Full line of Hard-ware, Queens-ware, wood and willow-ware. Everythin in the Grocery Line. Granulated Sugar at 5 Cents. Respectfully, N. B. JOSEY, Scotland Neck, r C.