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BIG SALE NOW GOING ON!
QOOD MERCHANDISE AT LOW PRICES. !A11 my Dry Goods, Silks, Dress Goods, Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishings, Shoes, Trunks, Matting, Etc., Must go, Regardless of Value, in the next 8 days. DRESS GOODS. Right Plaids, $1 00 quality. 50c Right P 'jilin, $1 00 quality. 75c lihu-k Poplin, $1.25 quality. 95c $1 00 qual. Black Dress Goods_ 75c S5c qual Fancy Dress Goods. 65c $1.50 qual. Voiles. $1.00 $1.25 qual. Voiles. 95c $1 00 qual, Grey Dress G ods. 75c $1 00 qual Fancy Dress Goods.. .. 69c $1.00 quel. 50 inch Mohair . 75c $1 50 qual. 56-inch Grey Serge. . . . 98c $1 To qual 56 inch Blue Serge . . $1.33 (35 ■ qnal. 54-inch Blue and Black Muh air... . 48c I 50c qual. Dress Goods. 39c I $1 00 q nil. White Henrietta. 65c I $1 25 qual White Serge. 89c I $1.00 qual. White Serge. 79c SILKS. $1.75 qual. Peau do Soie. $1.25 $1.25 qual. Peau do Soie. 98c $1 50 qual, Black Taffetta. $1.19 $1 2o qnai. Black Taffeta. 98c $1 00 qual Piain and Colors. 89c $1 40 qua!. Fancy Silks. $1.10 $1 10 quaR MoasshIihh. $1.10 9 $1.0* qual. Ftticy Silks. . 83c $100 qual. F >ulards. 75c 75c qual. Fouhirds. 60c 50c qual. Foulards .. .. .. 39c !50c and 75c Remnants 25c 9 Susiuo Silks. 29c 1 TABLE LINENS. $1 00 quality. 83c 75c quality. 63c 65c quality. 50c 50c quality. 39c DRESS GINGHAMS. 124c quality. 10c 10c quality. 8c 8c quality. 6c 12£e quality Percales. 10c 10c quality Percales. 8c 8c quality Percales. 6 1 -2c Aprou Ginghams. 4 7-8c 15c quality Linouette. 12c 12^0 quality Linouette. 10c 18c quality White Waist Goods. . 15c 15cquality White Waist Goods 12 1-2c 12^c quailty White Waist Goods.. 10c 10c India Linens. . 8c 12^o India Linens. 10 1-2c 15c India Linens ... . 12 1-2c 18c India Linens. . 15c 25c India Linens. 19c $L 00 quality Linen Lawn . 75c 05c quality Linen Waistiug. 49c 50c qality Linen Waistiug . 39c 35c quality Linen Waistiug . 29c $1.25 quality 10 -1 Linen Sheeting. $1.10 $1.00 quality 10-4 Linen Sheeting 89c Inequality 10 4 Linen Sheeting. 65c 40-inch Lawn. 6 1.2c 10c 40-inch Lawn. 8 1-2c 12£c 40 inch Lawn. 10c 15c 40-inch Lawn. 11c 25c quality Flax ui. 19c Go ld White Lawn . . .. . 4 1-2c 1 lot yd. wide Bleach Remnants.... 4c PARASOLS. $5 00 qualities. $3.69 $4 50 qualities. $3.39 $8 00 qualities. $2.48 *2.50 qualities. $1.89 $1.50 qualities. $1.19 .flOOqua'ites. 83c WASH SUITS. .50 qualities. $2.63 $5 00 qualities. $3.89 *6<0 qualities. $4."‘9 $0-5 -. $4.50 $7-50. $5.69 *1.75 quality Wash Skirts. $1.39 $1-25 quality Wash Skirts. 98c SKIRTS. $15 00 Skirts. $10.50 $11 00 Skirts. $8.50 $10.00 Skirts. $7.69 $9 00Skirts. $7.00 $8,00 Skirts. $6.65 $7 00Skirts. $5.00 $(5 50 Skirts. $4.89 $5 00 Skirts. $3.50 #8 00 Skirts. $2.69 LACE CURTAINS. 50c quality. 3gc 75c quality. 63c $100 quality. 89c $1.50 quality. $1.19 $1.75 quality. $1.25 $2.50 quality.. $2.19 KIMONAS. $1.25 quality. $1.23 $100 quality. 89c 75c quality. 63c 50c quality. 3gc RUGS. $3-50 quality Velvet. $2.75 $3 00 Smyrna Rugs. $2.69 $1 .75 Smyrna Rugs. .$1.48 $1 25 Smyrna Rugs. 98c $3 00 Axminster Rugs. $2.63 $1.75 Axminster Rugs. $1.50 $1 00 Axminster Rugs 89c I $1 50 Fringed Rugs. $1,19 $1.25 Fringed Rugs. 98c LINOLEUMS $1.00 and $125 qualities. 89c 35c Jap Matting. 25c 25c Jap Matting. 19c I 25c China Matting. 21c 1 lot Men’s $1.00 to $1 50 Hats. . .. 98c 1 lot Boys’ 50c to $1.00 Hats ..... 48c 5-4 Fancy Tablo Oil Cloth,...,..',.. 15c DRESS SHIRTS |f| 50c values 39c III $1.00 values 83c ||| 50c Work Shirts 39c Iff 25c Work Shirts 21c ||| * $1.00 Overall and Pants 89c ||| SHOES III $4 00 Men’s Oxfords $3 OO 1 8 I 8 50 Men's Oxfords 2 75 ||| 4 00 Men’s Shoes 3 15 ||| 3 50 Men’s Shoes 2 75 ||| 3 00 Men’s Shoes 235 ||l 2 50 Men’s Shoes . 1 90 l|| 1 50 Men’s Shoes 1 |9 ||| 1 lot Men’s Shoes 98c HI $1.40 Brogan Shoes $1 19 ||| $3.00 Ladies’ Oxfords $2 48 ilf $2.50 Ladies’Oxfords $198 ill $2 00 Ladies’Oxfords $169 ||| $1 50 Ladies’ Oxfords $1 23 ill $3 50 Ladies’Shoes $2 75 III $3.00 Ladies’ Sho's $2 35 111 $2 50 Ladies’Shoes $190 III $1 85 Ladies’ Shoes «j}| 19 III THE RULE GOVERNING II The Style and Quality of Goods || Carried by this House 11 are as fixed as the II Laws of Ancient Persia. || I! A. W. WIft'ECOFF, !! 126 South Main Street, - , SALISBURY, NORTH CAROLINA. Ill ■* W «’- ■ ■«» mm' lw ' Tin ■n—B—MBM— — ■■II— Preacher's Wife Leaves. Newbern, .hu e 21.- The con gregation of Centenary Methodist Cpiscopal church was greatly startled Sunday morning when the pastor, Rev. It C. Reamer, D. 1)., nnounc d to them that his wifi- disappeared and could not lie located. The pastor’s words were pronounced in as fine oratory as has ever been hear ! in that pulpit and no word of censure or bite r feeling escaped his lips. It was a vary pathetic scene. 0 i Saturday, June 5, Dr. Bea man went to attend Tr.uity Col lege commencement. Three or f"iir days later Mrs. Beaman left -v wiiefii, it is said ostensibly for li ir.ky Mount, but nothing has 11—ii iietrd from her since. Notes found m different places mdi ••at" that she has left with a man nam' d (xian‘, who has been in town f ir a few days The matter was known to but very few prior to the Sunday morning services. The Methodist church is the hirg.st and most influential in the city, and one of the largest in the State and Dr. Beaman’s charge over it has been marked with a period of prosperity.— Sp'-cial to the Charlotte Observer. THE WEARY WAY. Daily Becoming Less Wearisome lo Many in Salisbury. With a back that aches all (lay, Willi rest disturbed at night, Annoying urinary disorders, 'Tis a weary way, indeed. Doan’s Kidney Pills drive weariness jiw ay. Are endorsed by Salisbury citizens. •1. M.Trexler, retired. 512 N. Long l , Salisbury, N. C., says: I have no hesitation in recomending Doan’s Kid ney Pills, as 1 consider them to be a reliable remedy. I suffered a ereat deal from backache and 1 had lull miserable headaches. The kidney se cretions passed very irregularly and plainly showed by their unnatural ap je-arance that my kidneys were out ol order. When Doan’s Kidney Pills wen brought to my attention, I procured a box at McPherson & Co’s drug store .md iifler lining them, felt better ir • very way. My kidneys are now in n healthy condition and the pains in 1113 • i.i<*k are a tiling of the past. for sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents Poster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, New York, •ole agents for the United States. Keniember the name—Doan’s—and take no other. > WHERE WILL IT END, Speculation as lo Republican Insurgents and Democratic Protectionists, Reports and speculations regard ing a realignment of political forces and the formation of new parties fill the air. Predictions wore made Monday that there will be split in the Re publican warty as a result of re cent events in the Senate. Tues day came the prophecy that there will be a Dem 'cratio protectionist party and a Democratic free-trade party. On Wednesday we get the report William J. Bryan and Sen ator La Follette may pool their issues iu the campaign of 1912. On Thursday comes the insinua tion, like that voiced by the Sec retary of the Treasury MacVaagh, that the leadership of the Repub lican party may be changed, and the men in control relegated, to the back-ground. So it goes; no man can tell the result. The break-up of existing parties has been predicted for many years The fairest opportunity cams in 1S96, but, the result was that, in stead of the free silver Republicans and tho Populists or the gold Democrats becoming strong enough to control the balance of power, the first two were swallowed up 1 i the Democratic party, while the gold Democrats were assimilated by the Republicans It is a matter of constant re mark heregt.hut the situation in the Republican and Democratic parties >8 similar to that which prevailed prior to the campaign of 1890. nert) let LUW nun clearly marked in the United States Senate. Following up their insistence on lower duties under the leadership of Senators Cum ins ins, Ua Follette, Dolliver and others, a group of Republican Senators is now openly banded to gether with the Democratic strength in the Senate, as were the f roe-si 1 ver Repuhl icans through out Mr. Cleveland's second term, to pass an income tax law. Aid rich and the old-line Republicans are fighting it with all their [strength. Yet the coalition claims I Republican Senators from Kansas, (Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnesota, | Iowa and Idaho, and its advocates jdeclare that the income-tax bill will lie passed by the votes of Democrats and 17 Republicans. A similiar condition is shown in; the slit in the Democratic party over protection. The Denver plat form advocated the placing of trust-made products on the free list. Democrats have not sup ported such a proposition. It ad vocated free lumber, but 18 Demo crats voted for a duty on lumber It favor-d duties lowered to a revenue basis. Democrats almost without division have voted for protection on the products of their States, Either the Democrats party as it was represented at Den ver is out of touch with its Senators or else tho Senators are above their party and like the Republican i “progressives” are able to make their own platforms. Where the opposition to the leadership of both parties will take the revolting Senators no one can tell yet. The old-line Re publicans believe that several Democrats will vote for the Aid rich bill on tho final r.d 1-call That will in ike a fight in the next Democratic national convention between protection and free trade inevitable. Some of the Republi can Senators are almost, certain to vote against the Aldrich bill. That will mean the parting of the ways for them so fur as the present management of the party is con cer od .—Washington correspon dence Baltimore Sun. How's This? We offer Oue Hundred Dollars Reward for any caBe of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F. J Cheney & Co Toledo, O We, theim(b rsign“d,have known F. J f he ey tur the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honora ble in all business transactions and financially aide to carry out. any obligation made by his firm Wauhng, Kinnan & Mahnin, wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tin syitem. Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists. Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation. The jury in the Biggers case at Charlotte, heard the evidence and were much more competaut to pronounce a verdict than persons at a distance, wh i were in t pres ent at the trial. We have no oh j iction to the verdict, on the ground of confnsional insanity, the jury gave it und- r oath and former | risoner is entitled to the benefit of it. But it is nn st re sp etfully submitted that in a case of this sort the man who is acquitted ought to he placed un* der restraint, to such an extent anyway, that a possible subse quent attack of Ins peculiar mal ady will not endanger the lives of citizens. TUMOR FOURYEARS GROWTH Removed by Lydia E. Pink= ham’sVegetab!eCompoimd Lindley, I ml. — “ 1 ,ydia E. I’ink ham’s Vw’lable Compound removed ;l (')st tumor of join yen i s grow in, |§ which three of the 11 In st physicians de clared I had. They H said that only an | operation could If help me. 1 am very || glad i ha! Ifolhnved §| a friend’s advice || and took l.ydia. L. If! l'inkham’s' Vege v table Compound, M for it has made me CillTiliO’ fliul Woll woman, and I shall recommend it as long as 1 live.” - Mns. May Fry, Lindley, Ind. One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia E. Piokham’s Vegetable Com pound is the conquering of woman’s dread enemy — tumor. If you have mysterious pains.inllammation, ulcera tion or displacement, don’t wait for time to confirm your fears and go through the lmrrorsefa hospital opera tion, but try.Lyd.ia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound at once. For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound, made from roots and lierbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and such unquestion able testimony as the above proves the value of this famous remedy, and should give confidence and hope to every sick woman. If you would like special advice about your case write a confiden tial letter to Mrs. Pinkliam, at Lynn, Mass. Her advice is free, and always helpful. CHICHESTER S PILLS _ THK DIAMOND BRAND. a UruiffflHt. Ask for Clfl-ClfKSlTFR S DIAMOND BRAND FILLS, f.,r 25 years known as Best, Safest, Always Reliable SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE j Suicided in St, Louis. A special to the Charlotte 01 server of the 24t,h, from St. Louis, told the following story: ‘‘J. G. Witherspoon, aged 28, originally from Salisbury, N. 0., and until last Saturday employed in the traffic department of tile Missouri, Kansas & Texas Itail r 'ad offices in the Wainwright building, killed hiuiBelf at the Royal Hotel, in East St. Louis, last evening by drinking carbolic acid. When the body was taken to tile Benner Brichler Morgue there was doubt as to his identity, as ho had once registered at the hotel as F. Witherspoon and later as J. G. Witherspoon. The body was identified today by Harry Bierman, a clerk in the traffic de partment of the railroad, who said Witherspoon had worked there three or four months. With erspoon boarded at 3661 Washing ton avenue A postal card from his mother in Salisbury was deliv ered at his room iu St. Louis af ter his death.” The young man referred to was T. G Withers poon, a brother of T. Edgar Witgerspoon, of this city. The deceased lived here for a number of years and was known as an honorable and upright young man, and was highly esteemed by bis friends and acquaintances The cause which led to the young mail's rash act is not known. I if eve? Fails to Restore Gray t nr so Sts Natural Color anb Scanty. No m i tter how lonp it has been pray - f.i'l it. Stops its fallinp nut, anil, osltlvely rerioves Handrail -'u I snh 'imtes. Is not a dye t»i ilnufllst* or S>' '• i. S ! -■ I r I •. 5 <,]< • I C.I »>' th*’ . . .” 1 *tio iia> Siler. Co.. Newark. N 1 —— - __ ; 1 mt NORTH CAROLINA State Normal and Industrial College Maintained by the State for the Women of North Carolina. Four regular Courses leading to Degrees. Special Courses foi Teachers. Fall session be gins September 15, 1909. Those de siring to enter should apply as early as possible. For catalogue and other in format ion address J. I. FOUST, Pres., Greensboro, N. C. S-22-lOt-pd 1 Weak Kidneys Weak Kidneys, surely point to weak kidney Nerves. The Kidneys, like the :Heart, and the Stomach, find their weakness, not in the organ itself, but in the nerves that control and guide and strengthen them. Dr. Shoop’s R*storattve is a medicine specifically prepared to reach these controlling nerves. To doctor the Kidneys alone, is futile. It is a waste of time, and of money as well. If your back aches or is weak, if the urine scalds, or is dark and strong. If you have symptoms of Brights or other distressing or dangerous kid ney disease, try Dr. Shoop’s Restorative a month— Tablets or Liquid—and see what it can and will do for you- Druggist recommend and sell Dr. Shoop’s Restorative CORNELISON & COOK. Alaska Yukon Pacitic Exposition, Seattle, Wash. June 1st to October 1st, I90E. For the above occasion the Southern Railway announces ex tremely low rates for the round trip Rate of $84.75 will apply from Salisbury, N. C. 1 ame round trip rate will appl .rotn nearly all points in North Caro lina. Tickets on sale daily until Sept, 20th, with final limit October 31st, Passengers allowed to go via one direct route, and return via another direct route without ad ditional erst. It will cost $15.00 additonal to go or return through California, one way. For further information call on your depot agent, or write R. L. VERNON, D. P. A ., Charlotte, N. C. j MEN, j Another Sensation! I ft m=—=I 9 Our buyer has just closed out about ( # 150 men’s sample suits which we will • | sell at a big bargain. We have divided 2 2 ^ suits in 3 lots which we offer § £ at these prices: # A t JSIO. 1 comprises of all wool men’s suits, most- x f ly medium weights in single and double breasted, f ! oonie of these suits are worth as high as $12.50 Sale A A price $±.S8. 2 A LO l’ NO. 2 comprises of all wool men’s two and A A three piece suits. All the new colors, some are fancy A A Wlt ,' flaP? on Pockets and fancy cuffs while others are 1 A 4^dKenpla,nV ^ot a suit in this lot worth less than 5 A II1'5 ’ ra,°i£of tljem a g°0fl tleal more. Sale Price 1 X*f>5.88 and $7.88. A I • +1L()T NO 3 comprises of some of the finest suits f !A in the lot, all the fancy shades, also all wool plain and I fancy woven blue serges. These suits come in single A and double breasted in both 2 and 3 piece suits Thev A ^;evJK,",iT,Hly worth #15-00 ai‘d *18.00. Sale Price X a fo.oo and f'lloS. 5