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July 16.—Rev. J. D. Moore, of Gastonia, N. C.. the pastor of L > ray Baptist church of that place, is here this week assisting Rev. G. C. Ivey iu a series of meet ings at the Baptist church. Kev. Moore is a fine speaker and large crowds gcrout to the services ev ery night. Under the care of the present pastor, Rev. Ivey, the church is prospering. The meet ings will continue all this week. The steam threshing machines are in our section this week. The traction engine has the machine hitched to it and it travels oVer the country with much ease. Carpenters are at work this week sealing the big new restau rant building for R. Stirewait. Policeman Luther Hess arrested two young people iu his end of town for using profane language and at Mayor Lingle’s court they were fined and warned not to do so any more. The new mayor of Faith is go ing to put a stop to all rowdy conduct by putting a heavy fine on the offenders. Sbma day wo expect to send in a list of the differen quarries at work here where thousands of dol lars are made every month. John A. Peeler, manager of the Faith Granite Co., went to Con cord yesterday, in answer to a phone message from the Locke Cotton Mills Co., to figure on the granite work for their new cotton mill. The result was that the contract was awarded to the Faith Grauite Co., who will get up the work as quick as the men can do it. This is the busiest part of the year with the granite opera tors. There is a great many fine quar ries along on the granite belt that has never been touched, some are as fine as those now being worked All waiting for a side track to connect them with tne outside world. Granite mining is better than gold mining because you can see and know what you are doing and your profits as you do the work from day to day. Venus. CHESTNUT HILL. July 19.—The health of Chest nut Hill is not as good as it has been. Sirs. Link, who lives near here has been very sick for the past week with an unknown diseaso. Ruthie Overman has been right sick with the fever for the paBt week or so, but, at this writing, is improving. Miss Edna Eagle and her broth er, Martin, both of Chestnut Hill, visited kin people down in Piney Woods Sunday and Monday. Miss Beulah N. Cornelisou, who lives near here, went to Durham, N. C., to visit her sister, Ida. Paulie T Goodman, of Liberty X Roads, was ou Chestnut Hill Saturday and Sunday visiting brothers, he also went to Concord, to attend the District Conference. Misses Marie Shaver and Jennie Sairit have been visiting down in Piney Woods for the past wtek. Miss Ida Garwood returned home a few days ago from a weeks1 visit in Asheville, N. C. Mrs. J. N. Wise returned home a few days ago from the country, where she has been visiting. Misses Nannie Eagle and Davie Kepley visited at Gus Lentz’s Sunday. The people are glad to welcome at South Main street church, Rev. W. O. Davis, of Greensboro, as pastor for the remaining part of the year, as Rev. J. B. Craven has taken charge of Davenport, Col lege. Revival meetings have been go ing on for the past week at the Baptist church and Rev. C. J. Black, of Albemarle, has been as sistmg Rev. McKenzie in preach ing, and be did some good preach ing we are glad to say. Look here, wonder w'hat has become of all the correspondents? Got lazy like Bobby? Let’s not get lazy any more. Bobby. lower rowan. July 19,—We can hear the whistles on every side, there be ing near a half dozen threshers in hearing of eaoh other. The wheat and oat crops of this section are very good. Emanuel Shaver, is wearing a broad smile. Twin girls arrived July 4th. Adam Miller and Miss Ada Kirk were married at Rev. I. M. Shaver’s July lSrh. Mock Morgan and a Miss Morris, were married in Albemarle last night so we hear. The sick at Lafayette Parker’s are improving, we are pleased to say. There will be children’s day services at (Piney Woods) Luthers E. L. church, July 25th, begin ning at ten a, m. W. P. Stoker, passed through this community last week. Miss Lizzie Stokes is right sick with typhoid fever. Dr. J. A. Allen, of New London, is the at tending physician, Miss Mary Shaver, of Salisbury, spent a few days visiting in this vicinity last week. Miss Jennie Safrit of Salisbury, visit'd at Richfield. A boy at Mr. and Mrs. Neely Lisk’s, arrived July 9th. The protracted meeting at Zion M. E. church, South, will begin on the second Sunday in Angust, R-v. JobuF. Kirk will assist in the meetings. The Sunday School Township convention, will be held the following Friday, August 13th at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Basinger, are sick at this writing. We hear that Sam Cranford and Miss Della Canup were married Sunday July 18th. Miss Ada Eagle, of Salislury, is visiting relatives in this sec tion. Mrs. Eilen Arey has been right sick, but is improving we are glad to say. Marshal Arey, of Bear Poplar is visiting at home. Mrs. Clara Ann Parker is sick we are sjrry to note. The Children’s day services at Oak Grove school house Sunday was enjoyed by a large crowd. The exercise was grand. John W, Bean visited at JameB Arey’s, Saturday and Sunday. During the wind and rain Btorm Tuesday, July 13th, the lightning struck and killed a calf and sever al chi kens belonging to C. G. Morgan. The protracted meeting will be gin at Cornith Baptist church the first Sunday in August. Miss Lillie Shaver visited Miss Pearl Miller Saturday night. Say, what has become of Bobby? Is he asleep 1 Better wake op and be doing. Blue Eves. UNION CHURCH. July 19.—Tke health of this community is about as good as usual, but there heve been several cases of malarial fever. Our farmers are putting the finishing touches on their crops, but there is very much hay to make yet. Wheat threshing will soon be something of the past. The yield is not much per acre this year. H. P. Lyerly is now working for R. P. Roseman, of Salisbury, building fences and well house. There will be a big time at Row an council No. 196, Jr. O. U. A M. Saturday night., .July 29th, when eight will try their luck at riding the goat. The disolution between Union and Christiana churches will take effect, August the 1st. 1909. After that date there will be preaching evi-ry Sunday at 11 o’clock. We hope to see a full attendance every Sunday. School is progressing nicely at Union Academy with Miss Mary Barringer as teacher. The Hustleb. BEAR POPLAR. July 20.—S. R. Goodman has a new boarder, a boy. David Graham has accepted a position as foreman with the Con solidated Granite Co., of this place and is working a very large number of hands. John Barger who has been saw milling down South has come home to spend a few weeks. The people of this section are about through laying by their crops. Marshal Arey spent Saturday and Sunday with his home folks near Gold Hill Jas. Smith spent Sunday night with D. E. Overcash. J. P. Ingram has made a busi ness trip to Statesville for a few days. Miss Mattie Miller, of Salis bury, spent Saturday night with home folks of this place. B. A. Troutman, of Mooresville, was here yesterday on business. B. F. McDaniel went to Char lotte last Saturday to purchase a whole shop outfit, such as wood and iron working tools. He will open at Mt. Ulla, N. C. Jumbo. LOWERSTONE. July 19.—Wheat threshing is going on iD this community but wheat and oats are not very good Miss Roses AntiBost is very sick at this writing. Friends and rela tives hope her a speedy recovery. John Boat hus purchased a new rubbertired top buggy recently. He must mean business, The subscription school at Low erstone, taught by Miss N:ra Kluttz, is progressing. There will an ice cream supper at Lower Stone church Saturday night, the 25th of July, by the Ladie’s Aid Missionary Society. Everybody is invited. George Boat, of Salisbury, is at the bed side of his mother, Mrs. Rose Ann Bost, who is very ill. J OE AFTER FOURYEARS OFMjSERY Cured by Lydia E. Pink= ham’s Vegetable Compound Baltimore, Md.— “Bor four years my life was a misery to me. I suffered —-- - - frnm irrorrnlori !ties, terrible drag ging sensations, extreme nervous ness, and that all gone feeling in my stomach. I had given up hope of ever being -well when I began to take Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound. Then I felt as though new life had been given me, and I am recommending it co all my friends.”—Mrs. W. S. Ford, 1938 Lansdowne St., Baltimore, Md. The most successful remedy in this country for the cure of all forms of female complaints i3 Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound. It has Stood the test of years and to-dav is more widely and successfully used than any other female remedy. It has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflam mation, ulceration, libroid tumors, ir regularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearingmown feeling, flatulency, Indigestion, and nervous prostration, after all other means had failed. If you are suffering f rum any of these ailments, don't give up hope until you have given Lydia E. Pinkliam’s Vege table Compound a trial. If you would like special advice write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., for it. She has guided thousands to health, free of charge. $100 Reward $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh, Hall’s Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease, re quires a constitutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. «Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation. Kf#3"* Health Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beauty. No matter how long it has been gray or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth of healthy hair. Stops its falling out. and positively removes Dan droll. Keeps hair soft and glossy. Re fuse all substitutes. 2X times as much in $1.00 as 50c. size. Is Not a Dye. $1 and 50c. bottles, at drngglsts Send 3c for free book “The Care of the Hair." Philo Hay Spec. Co., Newark, N. J. Hay’s Harfina Soap cares Pimpie*. red, rough and chapped hands, and all skin dis eases. Keeps skin fine and soft. 25c. druggists 6eud2c for free book “The Care of the Skin.*1 Smith Drug Company. I Ayer’s Hair Vigor Ingredients! Sulphur. Glycerin. Quinin. Sodium Chlorid. — Capsicum. Sage. Alcohol. Water. Perfume. Anything injurious here? Ask your doctor. Anything of merit here? Ask your doctor. Will it stop falling hair? Ask your doctor. Will it destroy dandruff? Ask your doctor. Does not dolor the Hair j! _.1, 0, Ayer Compan\, Lowell. Mass. m w. MAX BANE, Proprietor. Market prices paid m CASH for old Casting Iron and Steel Scrap, old Copper, Brass, Lead and Zinc. All kind of Rubber, Green dry and salted Hides. Come, send or write for prices. ' SALISBURY JUNK SHOP, SALISBURY, N. G. 7 20 44 I Also Pay Freight. |r JULY CLEARANCE SALE ~|| AT THE GLOBE DEPARTMEHT STORE IS NOW GOING ON. |! We guarantee that every dollar will carry away two dollars worth of merchandise. Our stock is numerous J ! of New Goods, which consists of High Grade Clothing, Hats; Shoes, every pair sold talks for themselves, i for gents, ladies and children. We have many specials in every department. Our stock of Dry Goods is new and up-to-date and consists of every article desired, also ladies’ goods ready to wear, skirts, waists, etc. Practically the entire stock is at the mercy of the public during this July Clearance Sale, j We guarantee any one visits our store will carry away for one dollar double the value. | j ||1 Following are a Few Items and Prices: ||| i | 20c mattings at .11c y-d I 25c mattings at.'16ic yd I | 35c mattings at.21c yd. ‘ Cooks Linoleum, 2 yds wide, $1.25 goods at.86c yd ! Rugs 50 per cent. off. 1 lot of mattresses full size $2.50 : kind. $1.39 j We have a few beds at cost and ; below. A 12 piece China toilet set worth | $7.60 & $8.00, now.$3.98 Oue lot of parlor lamps, $2.50 & $3.50, will close out at.97o Window shades..... 21c A clean speep for the next twelve days of hundreds of bargains of any thing in our store. LACE CURTAINS. 500 pair lace curtains to go dur ing this Clearance Sale less than 50c on the $1 00. 2-J yds long, per pair.37c Counterpanes worth from $2 to $2,50, full size for.97c Sheets. Entire stock at half value. TABLE LINEN. Two lots short lengths will be sold less than 50c on the dollar One lot of ladies’ muslin under wear go at and below cost. j Small lot of corset covers will go I at.,5c Yard wide sheeting, LL, while it lasts will go at.4-^c Yard wide bleaching at...5io All of our 15o lawn at....7^c EMBROIDERIES. 15 & 12£o kind to go at.7c MEN'S. YOUTHS AND BOYS CLOTHING. 1 lot, of 1-4 lined light color and I light weight regular price $6.00, ! 7.00 and 8.00. Sale price-$3.87 1 lot of about 50 Suits, Browns and Greens, worsted, all made j in latest styles. Worth $10.00 everywhere. Sale price.5.78 1 lot of fine all wool blue serge worth more than $12.50 else- ' where. July sale price.6.90 A large assortment of about 75 suits, regular price $15.00, sale price. 8.95 HI A large stock of boys suit* to be sold at a sacrifice price. | ; Pants almost given away, a good pair of work pants for.52c 400 pair of worsted all sizes, good for 2.00 and 2.50. Sale price.. 1.18 A good 3.00 pant for.1.87 4.00 pants.2.79 5.00 pants going at.3.29 6.00 pants, sale price.4.19 Boys wash pants..99 j Boys knickerbocker all wool pants i will be sold at and below cost. I ! At this sale you cau buy twice the goods for same price or same goods for half price. Don’t miss this sale for it is a money-saving sale for all who visit it. In this small space we can mention but a few of the thousands of bargains that will be disylayed on our counters. Globe Department Store, Everything For Everybody. H. Miller, Prop. 121 South Main St.