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Pure Grapes- j delicious, healthful— j BASINGER’S FROG FUND. Feb. 21.—As I have not been croaking for a long time, and the ice and snow seem to want me to keep still by staying with os much of the time, I however cannot resist, any longer. J, W. Basinger married a happy couple on yesterday. The groom, Green Ellis, being 69 years old and the bride, Miss Neoma Good man, 24 years old, It seems that January and June got together at last. J. A Ribelin has been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. Samuel Bame run a needle in her hand and in trying to pull it out, it broke off and she had to call Dr. Poole to get out the re maining piece. Geo. Ribelin is thinking of go ing out of the saw mill business, ai d go to Oklahoma in the near future. J. J. Frick dug a well recently ai d now has more water than he needs. His well is 32£ feet deep ai d the water is within 6 feet of the top of the well. The measles have been plenti ful in this viciuity, but at pres ent there are but few cases. The ’phone fever O now begin ing to bleak out in old Morgan township. Nat Troutman, \V. D. Morgan ai d Leo Campbell, visited atJ. A Ribelm’s, Sunday evening. The following parties visited at L A. Troutman’s Sunday even ing J A. Brady and two daugh ters, Misses Mary and Lillie, W . C Ketchie, C. A. Campbell and Jce Campbell. Grant Trexler and '.Valter Eagle visited at F. M. Tyack’s Saturday night and Sunday. Mr?. Lou Worington is keeping h use for Boss Trexler the past w k. [vy Morgan is in the horse-trad ii bns'oess and said, it anybody h i • good young horse to trade, hi - u'd be glad to exchange old L.z.rus and give $75 to boot. - ,.d there is nothing lost in horse trading, what one looses the other gets. L. A. Troutman is now propos ing to build a new dwelling house He has most got the lumber ready, Look out for a wedding. Some b dy is going out West. Blacksmith street again. I hope there will be no foolishness this time. Joseph Eagle, Jr., is now in the book-agency business, and has canvassed Cabarrus and Rowan counties within the past five or six weeks. (Success to you Joe.) The school at Liberty will close in three weeks, to the satisfaction of all the pupils. There will be no exhibition this year at Liberty. There will be an exhibition at Jackson Coltege in two weeks from last Saturday. Tab Heel. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars P-wardfoi any case of Catarrh t at cannot be cured by Hall’s C ttarrh Cure. F . J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney I jr the last 15 years, and believ him perfect ly honorable iD al usiness trans actions and firm dally able to carry out any ol ! gations made by his firm. Warding, Kignan & Marvin, Wholesa'e P! uggists, Toledo, O. Hall’s Cat) rh Cure is taken in ternally, ad g directly upon the blood aiv1 mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free. Price 7 ) cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall’s Family Pills for: constipation. Mecklenburg Grand Jury After the Giubs Right. The Superior court grand iurj for Mecklenburg county on Tuesday of last week com pleted the most thorough and clean sweep of clubs, near beer places, and even of indi viduals that Charlotte has ever known, returning indict ments against eight clubs in the city, three near-beer houses, half a dozen individ uals, charging these with the violations of the State prohi bition law. The Manufacturers’ Club, the Colonial Club, the Elks’ Club, and other minor organs izations fell a prey toy the aggressive policy of the grand jury, headed by J. Arthur Henderson, a prominent Char lotte business man. The indict ments against the near-beer places are based on the fact that these places have [federal liquor licenses, The present, all of which are accompanied by true bills, have stirred the town from center to suburb, as every club in the city so far as is included in the sweepiug work of this grand jury. Anarchy Rampant. The street car strike in Philadelphia has been marked from the start by a spirit of anarchy. Up to Tuesday night, the strikers had wreck' ed seven hundred and fifty cars, had partially destroyed the car barns by dynamite, and had given utter defiance to law and order. A number of people have been injured in riots, and the only sem' blance of military authority was the calling out of a coni' pany known as the “State Feucibles,” which proved to be a burlesque, submitting to all sort of indignities at the hands of the mob. For some time past Phi las delphia lias been the center of labor troubles and neither employers nor -employes seem to have exhibited good judg* ment. The violence resorUd to by the strikers in the press ent instances will certain]j lose them the strike. The ia w always triumphs when it is defied and outraged. The Philadelphia character of strike is of the kind that men' aces the safety of life and property, and endangers the peace and order of the couim try.—Charlotte Chroncle. -• • A Dutchman’s Soliloquy to His Dog. A Dutchman, addressing bis dog, said: ‘‘You vas only a dog, but I yish I vas you. Ven you go mit your bed ip you sbust turn round dree times and lay down; ven I got mit de bed in I haf to 'ock up de place and wind up de clock and put de cat out and on dress myself and my frou vase up and scolds, den de baby vakes up aud cries and I haf to valk him mit de hous round, den maybe ven I get myself to bed it is tine to get up again. Ven you get up, you shust stretch yourself, dig your neck a little aud you vas up I haf to light de fi~e, put on de keetle, scrap mit my vife already yet, and get myself breakfast You play round all day and nave plenty of fun. I haf to vork all day and have plenty of trouble. Von you die you vas dead; ven I die I haf to go to hell yet.”—Ex change . Subborn As Muies are liver and bowels sometimes; seem to balk without cause. Theu there’s trouble—Loss of Appetite —Indigestion, Nervousness, Des pondency, Headache. But such troubles fly before Dr. King’s New Life Pills, the world’s best Stom ach and Liver remedy. So easy. 26c at all Druggists. A. L. and J. A. Rusher go to Hendersonville J. A. Rusher, of St. Paul’s neighborhood, having made ar rangements for moving to Hen dersonville, N, C., disposed of all of his farming implements and most of his household goods on Thursday. A large crowd, many of whom went from Salisbury, at tended the sale, and almost every thing that was offered brought good prices. Mr. Rusher has bought a home and opened a meat market at Hendersonville. Mr. Rusher left on Friday for that place to get things in shape for his family, who left on Monday to joiu him there. A. L. Rusher, the aged father, one of the best citizens of the county, and a leader of every good work Ju Litaker township, goes with his son to their new home. Rowan can ill afford to lose such men as these and everybody re grets to have them go. A HELPING HAND. Is Gladly Extended by a Salisbury Citi zen. There are many enthusiastic citizens in Salisbury prepared to tell their ex perience for the public good. Testi mony from such a source is the best of evidence, and will prove a “helping hand” to scores of readers. Read the following statement: J. J. Williams, 80S N. Lee St., Salis bury, N. C.,says: “I suffered from kidney trouble for several years. My kidneys were very weak, I had severe pains through the small of my back and felt dull andjlanquid most of the time. The kidney secretions contained sedi ment and were unnatural. I finally heord of Doan’s Kidney Pills and deci ding to give them a trial, I procured a box at McPherson & Co.’s Drug Store. I used them as directed and received great benefit. In a Jew weeks I was free from pain and my kidneys were normal. I gladly recommend this ex cellent remedy.” For sale by all dealers. Price60cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States Remember the name—Doan’s—and take no other. I.. ' I Ballenger Makes Statsment. Washington, Feb 26.—Gif ford Pinchot’s opening state ment to the Ballinger-Pinchot inquiry this afternoon was was read by Secretary Ballin ger late today. In response to inquiries as to whether he intended to make any reply, Mr. Ballinger tonight wrote out the following statement for the Associated Press: “In view of the fact that I will presently have an oppor tunity to appear before the committee and acquaint them with the truth, I shall not re ply through the press to the mendacious aspirations which Mr Pinchot seeks to cast up on me. He attempted with out success to deceive the President. He will find that it will be equally difficult for him to deceive the committee. “Obviously, the only decep tion in which he hopes to suc ceed is a temporary deception of the public through the press. Ihis he had endeav ored to do by giving out in advance the introductory statement which has appeared and which he has been ma lignant enough to present, but not quite reckless enough to state upon oath. “Fortunately as already stated, I will soon have an opportunity to give to tht committee, and through the committee to the public, th facts and the truth, and foi that reason, I have no state ment to make.” An Awful Eruption of a volcano excites brief interest, and your interest in skin eruption! will be as short, if you use Buck leu’s Arnica Salve, their quickest cure. Even the worst boils, ul cers, or fever sores are soon heal ed by it. Best for BurnB, Cuts Bruises, Sore Lips, Chapped Hands, Chilblains and Piles. It gives instant releif. 25c. at all Druggists. We Sell and Recommend ex ill Cherrv Juice Cough Svruu, Rexall Cold Tablets, Rexall Grippe Pills, and Guarantee them to give Satisfaction or Refund your Money. Smith Drug Co. 126 N. Main St. THE Summerset! Undertaking Go., 1 OS-1 10 W. Inness St., Salisbury, IV. C.,, Carry a full line of Caskets, Cof fins and Burial Robes. Latest im proved equipments consisting of Hearses, Casket Wagons, Church Trucks, etc. Special attention given to all calls, day or night, by their un dertakers, Mr. T. W. Summersett and Mr. R. M. Davis. Phone calls: day, 224: night, 811-L or 201. Embalming a Specialty. For # Sprains Sloan’s Liniment is the best remedy for sprains and bruises.' It quiets the pain at once, and can be applied to the tenderest part without hurting because it doesn’t need to be rubbed — all you have to do is to lay it on lightly. It is a powerful prepa ration and penetrates instantly — relieves any inflammation and con gestion, and reduces the swelling. Here’s the Proof. Mr. L. Roland, Bishop of Scran ton, Pa. says: — “ On the 7th of this present month, as I was leaving the building at noon for lunch, I slipped and fell, spraining my wrist. 1 returned in the afternoon, and at four o’clock I could not hold a pen cil in my hand. I returned home later and purchased a bottle of Sloan’s Liniment and used it five or six times before I went to bed, and the next day X was able to go to work and use my hand as usual.” Sloan’s Liniment is an excellent anti septic and germ killer— heals cuts, burns, wounds and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poi sonous insects. 25c., 50c. and $1.00 Sloan’s book on horses, cattle, sheep and poultry sent tree. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. Dr. King's INew Life Pills The best in the world. E| prTPIC mil rfKXT FOK I nlLr BILIOUSNESS BITTERS iNU KIDNEYS. | HOUSE FURNISHINGS 5 ® hPfi in thp HitV don’t forget to give me a call. I.am the 0 ^ 1IIC UUJ 0)(j9g(; furniture dealer in the city. I £ ^0 carry one of the largest stocks iu the A a Slate and can supply everything in and about the house. I a J have an ordinary store full iu each department. J @ phalrcl Why I have more chairs than you can shake a stick ^ £ U Hu HO' at Little chairs, big chairs, rocking chairs, parlor £ HI chairs, dinning room chairs, kitchen chairs, office a ^ chairB, porch chairs, and chairs some more. J ® RpHq pnri Rpfiriinor Widow shades and curtains, carpets, 0 Q»U PPUU1H&; matting, rugs, oil cloth and linoleum. ^ f WsrflrnhPS bookcases, clocks, toilet sets, bath robes, hall ® IU liulUiUUPJ) ractS) tables, baby cariiages, pictures and iu 0 Ip short any thing needed to make the home com- A ^ fortable. £ ® Pnmp tn QPP mo ftd I will show you goods and quote you ^ m “ ”00 ' “ prices that will help you to get right. £ ® PUDSOTMAQ PIITTO In making your seliotions don’t • ip Uilh <0 Hil Ad ulr I U. forget to give me a call. 9 • ... - ■ ...^ • •UNDERTAKINGS ~ npn’f Pnrgpt that I do Undertaking and Embalming. ® 9 UUII I IUI&01 q00(j service and reasonable psicee. When w 9 in need call on me.j 9 > YOURS FOR BUSINESS, • S CEO. W. WRIGHT J 9 9 ij. 0. WHITE & CO., | Carriage and Wagon Builders. J FARM AND DRAY WAGON. | A DELIVERY WAGONS, OPEN AND TOP, BEST QUALITY AND STYLE fl I | A We sell the celebrated Geo. E. Nissen & Co’s Farm and a B Log Wagons, fully warranted. * • Old Carriages aud,Buggiesl repaired, painted and mode as good as new. H ▲ New Tops made and old Tops repaired. New Cushions a B furnished and old Cushions repaired. B ▲ New Dashes furnished and Old Frames Re-covered. xg B Rubber Tires a Specialty; sttel tired wheels changed to B X Rubber Tires. Old rubber tires repaired. & B All kinds^of Wood and Iren Work done at short notice. s X We have skilled workmen in each department. A B Surreys, Buggies and Wagons for Sale. £ a Harness of all kinds made and repaired. Call and get B prices. f| | J. 0. WHITE & CO. | i J. S. MoCubbins, president. W. B. Stkaciian, treasurer. f E. H, Harrison, secretary and manager. M’CUBBINS & HARRISON COMPANY. Real Estate, Loans. Insurance. .CAPITAL AND SURPi US *'16,000.00. We are selling Ground Phosphate Rock, 28 to 31% Acid Phosphate, at $10.00 and under per ton. See us at oi.ce about this. REAL ESTATE LOAJS7S: | If you want to either loan or borrow money on good real estate secur- | ity in Rowan Co. it will certainly pay you well to look ini o our system of | making real estate loans; the lender nets 3per cent each 6 months with |j the best security on earth and with as little trouble to him as deposit- | I ing money in a bank. The security is a first mortgage real estate bond I with our company guaranteeing payment of principal and interest. The Curse of the South. What is the master with the South? According to government rep1 rtot 1908 “The Secret is out at last—the Southerner, contrary to curient opinion is not lazy, shiftless, indifferent, or careless. “He is eick’: he South is afflicted with and harbors hat most dreaded treacherous nd destructive of all diseases Anemia, Pernicious Anemia. The average Southerner is a sufferer of th s health destr ying parasite whicr destroys the red bloood cells pr during an impoverished eon dit.ioi of the blood; characterized by extreme pallor general debility, weakness, loss of vig r. Jack of ambition, and general undermining of vitality. The climate and atmospheric c<: editions destr v he vitality. Let him get over it. Get rid of it. Get well, and h i‘ good physically as the best American can boast. If there is head)' of the slightest degree in your system, “WAKE IT UP! OAid ii FORTH. PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER 1 MAN, WOMAN OR CHILD; all can and should be well, lo neglect yourself is to reil ci upou the wisdom of your Maker. Nature intends all humanity t' enjoy a full measure of health and vigor. If you do not the fault, if your own, for you are yourself to blame for it. Wonders have ^ee.n accomplished for the people of Tenneessee, Alabama, Georgia ami Mississippi, let us now do as much for the people of the Carolines. A postal will bring you the necessary information. Send no money Write to-day. Don’t neglect this chance here offered you. Address, The Cleveland Institute of Medicine and Surgery, Cleveland, Ohio. Cobner Kinsman bd. and 72d. Street AND HIDES HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES. Wool Commission* Write for price-list mentioning this ad ESTABLISHED 1837 JOHN WHITE A CO.* bom*viu,a Kx. We give you a written guar antee that this Shoe will wear you six months? _____ If you want a shoe that will grve"you perfect satisfaction and will out wear any shoe you ever wore, try this Hardware Shoe “Hard Wear in Every Pair” 1 It is made of soft, pliable chrome tanned waterproof leather, the finest and most durable of all leather for heavy wear. It has two full soles. These soles are made of overweight steer hide —the toughest leather made—and are secured by Puritan stitch and two .— rows of standard screws. 11 has a heavy, full gussett (see illustration) that will not permit dirt to get in through the lacing. The pull strap is leather, sewed with waxed flax thread, double stitch saddle seam and the counter is sewed in—in fact every part of this shoe is built to stand hard wear. Comes in either plain toe or tip and in black or tan leather. We believe this shoe will last you much longer than six months, but I we will guarantee that you get at least six months’ wear and satisfac tion. If you do not. bring them back and we will give you a new pair free of charge. 5000 papers of garden seed and 2000 papers flower seed will be sold at lc a paper. Don’t wait until they are sold out if you want good seed at a penny a paper. 2000 yards dress ginghams and apron checks worth Sets per yard at 5cts. Big line of percales and calicoes, white waistings 1 yard wide and worth 15cts, while they last at lOcts a yard. Everything in the dress goods line. When a pair of good shoes for yourself, your wife or your children we have them We carry the line of Hamil Brown Shoe Go’s, that Tom Murry, of Chicago, has been telling you about. “Come iu and meet us face to face. THAN & CAMPBELL i iiffil u a~'r n reel DoN’T F0RQETllill te«n Anil HDD? we make and keepfc|teil MMII^ ^au(^ a large stock of single and double wag* ; on and buggy harness. We also, carry a fine lim of Co rs. Sad dies, Bridles, Halters, robes, blankets, whips, Harness oil and other Horse supplies^ All kinds of repairing done at reasonable prices. Harness oiled and dressed for $1.00 to $1.25 per set. Try some oi our Horse remedies, we have the best. Come to see ns. HARTLINE & COMPANY. 118 E. Innes St, Phone 488. Saliibury, N. C.