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Watch the big Clock in our store for it may mean something to yen FREE. Beautiful Deco- k rated $10.00 Dinner Sets given to our Customers. A big Clock stands in a conspicuous place in * I our store and will be allowed to run down and stop at stated intervals. ■ca———■—«—Bans -mz-mtssmsm&mmemmss : I Our Liberal Offer is as Follows: ?'*” store we give yr 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 sst will be I 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 clock is uncovered. We 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 We are not making money on them, we don’t expect to, we make this offer simply to please our old customers and to make mw custom ers. This is a splendid opportunity for you to s-cure 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. Your 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 offering some exceptionally good bargains in every department of our store. You know our reputation tor reliable goods, if you do not, ask your neighbor and he will tell you that it pays lo trade at Reid’s. We began giving out the Watch the Clock time cards on the 20tli of May and will continue to give Ihem out. until all the dinner sets are gone. The clock will be stopped every Wednesday afternoon at 4 o’clock and the person in the 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 th ; correct time and no one can tell what time it will indicate when stopped. ffi During July and August we will give a special set of china on each Saturday at 11 o’clock to the farmers. ^IK ill'll i THE TOWN THAT PUSH BUILT I.-'The Wise Workman /^T) HERE is a workman who is wise Because each thing he needs he buys From local dealers who advertise. Whenever he gets his weekly pay Ho doesn’t send the money away, But spends it here, where it will stay. : P. S.— The local dealer who’s up to snuff Will always advertise his stuff columns of The Carolina Watchman, the paper that goes the Mechanic, theFarmerand all classes of good people, pec pie who have means, people who buy merchan dise and people who call for what they want and pay for what they get. Their patronage is worth having and their money is as good as any one’s. An advertisement in The Carolina Watchman will reach those g,'od people. I Early Gotton Bloom, M .A Leinley, one of the best farmers in the co inty, who is tending the E. K James furm f, r H. G. Grubb, on the old Mocks ville road, was in the citv this morn ng and brought- with him a cotton bloom, one of the first of sens n Mr Lemley’s cott n is about two f‘*et bign and probably the finest in the countv. Mr Leinley has produced the first bale in Rowan for several years. F/ITH. July 5. — Mrs. W. W. Gill, little son and stepdaughter, arrived F'riday from Fleming, Ga,, to vis it her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shupiug. Mrs. Charley Raney and little son, of Salisbury, is visiting at her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. A. Fisher. Lyerly and Co.’s threshing ma chine was in Faith Saturday threshing for the citizens. wr. and Mrs. John Kuykendall and Henderson Gantt have gone to Asheville to visit Mr, Kuyken dall’s parents. George Miller and his young bride were visiting in Faith Sun day. Mr, and Mrs. John Safrit have moved in one of Milas Stirewalt’s houses ai.d gone to house-keep ing Calvin Liugle’s renter has the finest corn ever raised on his farm. Milas A. Arey, of Morgan town ship, near the corner of Cabarrus and Stanley county lines, spent Sunday night with his daughter, Mrs. M. L. Parker. He is on his way to Salisbury to meet the County Board of Educati >u in re gard to a now school house to be known as the Union school, each cou ity having granted a public disl-ric and the school house will be built in Rowan county. They expect to complete the building and have school in it this fall. The owners of the big store at Crescent have been busy the past several days having their goods moved to Faith, where the busi ness will be continued in the fu 'ure, The bright prospects ahead at Faith with the streetcar line from 'Salisbury and the side track in fr. ni the railroad, is causing peo ple to m ve in our town right along. “ VVatch Faith grow.” Venus. • -*■»- » Eirl Garrett, while skating at ibs park Monday evening, fell and oroke his log. He is resting as well us could be expected. —g—i»tBiimnir71'Wll HUH III ll i ROCKWELL. We have had plenty of rain f. r the past few days and mvcb hot weather. Thomss Cazart and Paul Cazart have typhoid fever. There was a big time celebrated at Rockwell last Saturday July 8 by the Jr. O. U. A. M and the Daughters of Liberty. There were three able speakers on the ground, Rev. Yearick addressed the oid soldiers. Rev. ,1. H. Keller spoke to the Juniorg and Rev. Rlack welder addressed the D. L. There will be a union Sunday school picnic at Rockwell on Sat urday, July 10, everybody invited to come and bring a well fi,led basket. Wheat threshing is going on but wheat and oats are not very good in this community. Dr. Glenn. W. Choate has re cently located at Rockwell. IIfniiy. The County Commissioners met in regular monthly session Mon day and transacted business of importance, which will appeal in Friday’s edition. CHESTNUT HILL. J my 5—The health of Chest ! nut Hill is very good at present, E. A. (R odman and wife visited home people Saturday and Sun day. J W. Taylor, wife and children visited kin people Saturday and Sunday down in I’sney Woods. There was a old time singing at .Tanv-k Sechlers, Sunday evening, which was enjoyed hy a large crowd. fi Bev. J. B. Craven, the pastor of South Main Street M. E. church, will leave Chestnut Hill the 15th of July and go to Davenport Col lege to take charge of that school. There has been a successful singing school taught at Chestnut Hill M. E. church also at the Baptist church, for the past two weeks and will continue until Wednosd y night, next. It has been taught by James Webb. The protracted meeting will be gin at Ohi stnut Hill Baptist church JiPy 111.h. Rev. McKezie will be assisted by Rev. J. J. Black, of Albemarle, Mrs. Lottie Barringer and Miss Laviuia Hayworth are visiting friends in Asheville. Bobby. Dr. Price's Wheat Fiafc© Celery Faod Is one of the most important of all food products. It is prepared from the whole wheat berry, re taining all the organic salts, which are abundant in the outer layers of the grain, and so ndispensable to the needs of the body. Of greater nutrient value than meat and j is more easily and more quickly digested. 250 National Educational Association, Denver, Colorado, July 5th 9rh, 1909. Prof. I. C. Griffin, state director Salisbury, N. 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Sohl by all newsdealers. ilJNN & (;o.3G,“ *• New York •Caueb Office. ttJo *' iSt- Wadliingbm *>■ <• Where to Go to Buy HARNESS! hen 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 of Innis and Lee Greets. We also do first-class repairing on short notici and at reasonable prices. 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. 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 Liniment. No cure, no pay. Hartline & Co. Phone 488, 180 East Inniss St. OPEN M ACCOUNT WITH THE FIRST mriOIILBIIH SALISBURY, N. C. W. C. Coughknouk, President, T C Linn, Vice-President, W. H. White Cashier. Capital - - - $50,000 00 Stockholders’ Liability - 50,000 00 Surplus and Profits - 53,58156 Deposits January 1,1909, 317.785 06 Resources January 1,1909, 459,736 84 D'Jijo rfnts: John S. Henderson, D. A. Atwell, T. C. Linn, H, N. vVoodsou, Burton Craijje, W. S. Blacitmar, Walter H. Woodson, W. I! Strachan, A. H. Price, W. C. Conghonour. Every accommodation extended con aisfcont with safe hanking. W. H. WHITE, Cashier. lectric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist’s counter.