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Watch the big Clock in our store for it may mean something to you FREE. Beautiful Deco
rated $10.00 Dinner Sets given to our Customers. A big Clock stands in a conspicuous place in
our store and will be allowed to run down and stop at stated intervals.
Our Liberal Offer is as Follows:
store we give you a, card on
which the time of day is stamped. Bring cards to our store on the date and time specified thereon, and a complete dinner s d will be
given to the person present holding the card on which is stamped the nearest correct time the clock stops.
It is necessary for all ticket-holders to be in our store at the time when the face of the dock is uncovered. VVe want you to se
cure one of these handsome dinner sets so as to advertise our business and to show in a substantial way that, we appreciate your trade.
VVe are not making money on them, we don’t expect to, we make this offer simply to please our old customers and to make new custom
ers. This is a splendid opportunity for you to secure a handsome set of dishes absolutely free. If your ticket does not secure a set
for you the first time the clock is uncovered, save your ticket as you may win on it the next or the second, third, fourth, fifth or sixth
time. V our ticket is good while we are giving Dinner Sets on this plan, and we expect to give away two dozen or more of them.
We expect to make this sale doubly interesting, by ottering some exceptionally good bargains in every department of our store.
You know our reputation for reliable goods, if you do not, ask your neighbor and he will tell you that it pays to trade at Reid’s.
We began giving out the Watch the Clock time cards on the 20th of May and will continue to give them out until all the dinner
sets are gone. The clock will be stopped every Wednesday afternoon at 4 o’clock and the person in (lie store at the time holding the
time card nearest the time of the clock will receive a set of china. Remember the clock is not set on the correct time and no one can
tell what time it will indicate when stopped.
During July and August we will give a special set of china on each Saturday at 11 o’clock to the farmers.
i^iifiHfirm 11 tm Bin n—ira w
Killed Brother in-Law.
.1 oo Boone, a son of Gilliam
Bo me f -rinely of Monroe shot and
killed his Brother iu-luw, Carl
Burr, at Dr. D. B Funderburk’s
residence at Dudley, S. C., Iasi
Thursday afternoon. Joe Brone
lives at Dr. Funderburk's and on
Thursday his father and Burr
went to see him. The three, Gil
lam Boone, Joe and Carl Burr,
were sitting on the porch after
dinner talking. Burr got up and
walked off and Joe followed him
going through the house and get
ting a pistol. Joe and Burr met
in the yard arid as they met the
boy sh t killing Burr instantly
the bullet going through the heart.
Tt is said the trouble between Joe
and Burr grew out of reports that
Burr was not treating his wife as
he should. Joe Boone is but a
scrap of a boy and is not quite 14
years old. It is said that he had
never shot a gnu nor a pistol un
til he shot Burr, Joe was arres
ted and lodged in Chesterfield
jail. The man who was killed
was 23 years old and lived in the
southern part of this county.—
Monroe Ei quirer.
Attention is called to the follow
ing legal ads: Mortgage i ale, B.
B Miler, trustee; Service by pub
lication, Malinda Linker, et al.;
Sale Under Execution, by J. H.
McKenzie, sheriff; and a splendid
rep >rt by the Bank of Spencer.
In sickness, if a certain hidden
nerve goes wrong, then the organ
that this nerve controls will also
surely fail. It may be a Btomach
nerve or it may have given strength
and support to the Heart or Kid
neys It was Dr. Shoop that first
pointed to this vital truth. Dr.
Shoop’s Restorative was not made
to dose the Stomach nor to tem
porarily stimulate the Heart or
Kidneys. That old-fashioned
method is all wrong. Dr. Shoop’s
Restorative goes directly to these
failing inside nerves. The remark
able success of this perscription
demonstrates the wisdom of treat
ing the actual cause of these fail
ing organs And it is indeed easy
to proye. A simple five or ten
days test will surely tell. Try it
once and see! Sold by Cornelison
and Cook.
June 28.—There will he com
munion services m Shiloh Reform
ed church at Faith on Sunday,
July 4th, at 11 a. m. It is desir
ed that all the members be pres
Miss Mary Heller and MisB Ma
mie Peeler will teach the summer
school here commencing July 12th.
We had a big raiu Saturday
Will JoBey and family is mov
ing to Faith today and will occu
py Mrs William Foil’s residence.
Ho goes in business with H. C.
Farmer and will run a general
store in Mr. Farmers’8 old store
R. L. Townsend, who owns
property in Faith, was in on a
visit to friends a few dayB.
Paul Barger is sick in bed.
June 28.—The health of this
community is very good at pres
John M, Frick and wife, of
Spencer, spent Saturday night and
Sunday with their parents.
There will be a big day at Rock
well July 8rd. Evervbody is cor
dially iuvited to come and bring
their friends and sweet hearts.
Carrie Trexler visited May
Frick Sunday night.
J. T Fisher hasi bought the
house and lot on East Coy St, and
lias recently moved.
There will be communion ser
vices on the 4th Sunday in July,
at. the Lutheran church here. Pre
paratory services on Sunday be
fore. Edora.
Could Not Be Better.
No one has ever made a salve
ointment, lotion or i'alm to com.
pare with Bucklen’s Arnica Salve, |
It’s the one perfect, healer of Cuts,
Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, ,
Scalds. Boils, Ulcers, Eczema, i
Salt Rineum. For Sore Eyes, Cold
Sores, Chapped Hands its supreme.
Infallible for Piles. Only 25c at
alt dru ggists..
June 28.—We are having the
hottest weather of the season, S8
in the shade.
Jas. MoGarnes has returned
from the Trexler mine, where bn
erected a Chilliau Mill for Fore
man and Jerome. The ore was of
a low grade and work has been
The Southern mine has indefi
nitely suspended operations, pull
ed out the pumps and the Super
intendent, Mr Wertz, has return
ed to his home in the northwest.
The Union mine failed to pay
the men on the 15th inst. and
have not. paid yet, the miners all
quit and practically shut down
the mine. They are still pump
ing water, however, and promise
to pay off this week.
The Southern Railway Company
is enlarging and improving the
depot here. There will now l.e
separate waiting ro-ms for white
and colored pe pie.
11)8 wire has arrived for the
Southern Power Co., which will
be put on the steel towers from
here to Salisbury, and will be put
on at an early date.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Myers gave
an ice cream supper at their resi
dence on last Thursday evening
About 50 people were present and
had a most delightful time Ice
cream and cake were served, after
which the young folks enjoyed
themselves by playing games, etc.
Romulus Hoffman preached at
the Baptist church last night and
expressed his willingness to preach
again for us at any t me suitable.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rufty vis
ited Gold Hill Sunday.
Miss Jessie Proctor visited
friends here last week
Miss Lillian Martin visited at
Granite Quarry last Thursday
evening and attended the i-n
cieum supper at Mrs. Mary My
ers’. Mi kb
Take a day od' and go to Ral
eigh, the capital city, on July 10
Fare from Gold HOI to Raleigh
and return, 12.25 Fare from
Salisbury and Spencer ia only
$2 00
National Educational Association, Denver,
Colorado, July 5th 9th, 1903,
Pr if. I. G. Griffin, state din ctoi
Salisbury, N. G. has selected the
Southern Railway, via Asheville,
Knoxville, Lmii-ville and St.
L uis, as the < (licial route to Den
ver and return for the above occa
sion, passing the mountains of
Western Carolina, and the blue
grass region of Kentucky.
Prof Griffin, and a number of
the delegates, will extend then
trip to Seattle, W ash , taking in
Yellowstone Park en route; re
turning via San Francisco, Los
Angeles, Salt Lake and Chicago.
Through Pullman car to leave
G .ldshoro at 2:05 p. m. July 1st.
Circulars showing full itinerary of
route will be furnished on appli
For surtlmr information, and
Pullman car reservation, please
R. L V Kit NON, D. P. A.,
Charlotte, N. C.
Strayed Of Stolen!—Fox terrier, dark
head, white body with black
spot on hack, named Schnapps.
Reward for return to this i ffiee.
Trinity College.
Four Departments—Collegi
ate, Graduate, Engineering and
Law. Large library facilities.
Well-equipped lab jratories in
all departments of Science.
Gymnasium furnished with best
apparatus Expenses very mod
erate. Aid for worthy students.
Young men wishing to study
law should investigate the su
perior advantages offered by the
department of law at Trinity
College. ........
For catalogue and further informa
tion, Address
0. W. NEWSOM, Registrar,
Trade Marks
Copyrights &c.
An von ft sending a sketch and description may
• iilckl: our opinion free whether an
monition is probably pat enf able Communiea
i ittns st rietly conthlent ial. I far.dbook on Patents
sent. free, oldest njreney for seenrintr patents.
Patents taken through Mimu .t Co. receive
special notice, without •lnm;e. in the
Scientific American.
A handsomely Mlnstraled weekly Largest dr
cuialion of aiiv scienlille Journal. Terms. $3 a
y.Mir; four mor’lis. $1. Poki by nil newsdealers.
INN & Gu.=o‘Bm-* *• Nsw York
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The 4<h at Kluttz & Menius' School.
July 4th, “the day we cele
brate,” will be observed Saturday,
July 3rd, at Kluttz & Menius’
school house, 2£ miles east of
China Grove, iu a grand style.
Quite extensive arrangements have
been made and an interesting pro
gramme arranged. A basket pic
nic, a brass band and good speak
ers are among the attractions of
W. C. Coughenour, President,
T C Linn, Vice-President,
W. H. White Cashier.
Capital - - - $50,000 00
Stockholders' Liability - 50,000 00
Surplus and Profits - 53,58156
Deposit? January 1,1909, 317 785 06
Resomcts January 1,1909, 459,736 84
I)1 he tors : John S. Henderson, D.
A Atwell, T. C. Linn, PI. N.
Woodson, Burton Craige, W. S.
Blaekmer, Walter PI. Woodson,
W. B fetrachan, A. II. Price,
W. C. Coughenour.
Every accommodation extended con
sistent with safe banking.
W. H. WHIlE.Cash er.
The largest and most up-to-the
minute line of
Spring Shoes and Oxford Ties
in the State awaits you at this store!
We cordially invite you to make our
store your camping place when
in the city.
A Large Line of Spring Sam
ples Just Arrived.
P. Ask to see the Ankle Pump. 1909 Agony in Skoedom.
Now is the time to visit the cap
ital of your State and spend a day
m Raleigh. This will be a delight
ful trip, fare from Salisbury $2,00.
Where to Go to Buy
When in need of good, reliable,
single or double wagon or buggy
Home-made Harness don’t fail to
hunt up our place on the corner
Innis and Lee Sreets.
\\ e also do first-class repairing
on short notice and at reasonable
Our line of Saddles, Collars
Bridles Halters, Whips, Brushes!
Combs, Robes, Harness Oil and
other horse supplies is always
complete and ready for inspec
tion. r
We solicit a portion of your
patronage and invite you to call
and see our stock.
If your horse is injured in any
way get a bottle of our Horse
I,/itument. No cure, no pay.
Hartline & Co.
Phone 488, 180 East Innist St.

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