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Items of Inerest In Various Nelghborhoo ds Sent in by Our Friends. FAITH. A big surprise birthday dinner was given to James Ritchie by hie friends Thursday, August 25th, Rev. R. L Brown and Rev. 0. P Fisher were present. Mr. Ritohie received many nice presents, be^ sides the good dinner which the large orowd enjoyed. Mrs. J. B. Hart and daughter, of Charlotte, reoently visited theii old friend, Mrs. G. W. Hudson, at Granite Quarry. The Litaker Township Sunday School convention was well at tended this year. The new offi cers eleoted are as follows: J. D. A. Fisher, president; H. A. H. Fisher, secretary; J. C. Lingle, treasurer, August 19th the friends of Mrs G. W. Hudson gave her a birth day dinner, on which occasion several of her relatives from a distance ware premftt. On th« Sisk ». W. Ssdscn kU a bi« birthday dinner and several of his people were present. All had a good time. Mrs, J. A, Ritohie has just re ceived a ’phone message stating that her sister died at her home near High Point, August 28rd. She was a Mrs. Julia Pierce. C. W. Hamilton brought over to J. F. Wyatt some rich gold nuggets and Borne pure melted gold to take to the fairs this fall. Peeler & Lyerly hauled two large granite blocks from Faith to the railroad this week. The, measured 6 feet 5 inches long by 5 feet 10 inches wide and 20 inches thick, 62 cubic feet in each blook. The granite weighs 165 lbs. to the cubic foot. What will one hlock weigh? There were eight horses to the wagon. We have just had a fine rain. Venus JACKSON COLLEGE. The health of this community is vp' v good at this time. . ! and cotton are looking very wall now. The farm ;rs through this sec tion are now very busy plowing. .) hu C. Wyatt met with a had ac idi .it last Tuesday while he, ai.d Charles Culp were working in th w ods cutting logs. Mr, Culp sf irt°d to strike the log when hie ax came off the handle and hit Mr Vi yatt. He is resting very v- i'll now. ^/iiifSB A, Morgan <fc Co., is get ting oiong nicely sawing now. Par a Ann Smith, of uear Chi nn Gi -ve, is visiting her sister Mrs I ry MorgaD, this week A E. Morgan and family vis ited N ithan Morgan Sunday anc Sunday night. M:ss Fannie Regan has beet visiting friends in this neighbor hood lecently. Calvin Kluttz is contemplating going to the mountains soon. Cal- in Kluttz has purhaisd a new fiddla bow. Look out for mask now. Ba ter Morgan has purchased 8 new bicycle. Guess he aims tc quit * liking. F. H Kimer visited Ivey C Morgan, recently. R h.-rt Smith visited Ivey C. Megan Friday. A. P. C. Morgan and family visited Ivey C. Me rgau Friday night Wi- w inder what has become of Crab'-us? Northern Kid. FROGTOWN. Rur i! No. 2, Rockwell, Aug 26 —Th” health of the community ia very good at the preaent writing. Mrr Emaly Denny, Mrs. C. W H ..rrington and two children visit. i! at Henry Sifford’s Sunday evenii g. Mrs, E. 0. Hoffner and I vow Hoffner visited at Hemy Sifford’s Saturday evening. C' in.ibus sure must be waking up on time now, as he has been writi g to The Watchman and fixing sewing machines too. That is right Columbus, let the good peep: ., know what you are doing t.h•' se d^ys. Gr- rge Hipp visits at Henry Best’s quite often, especially on Sued i) ,ight8. Mi-r Mitf.ie Shoe of Rockwell is ooiifi. 1 to her bed with typhoid STATE COUNCIL ELECTS OFFICERS. Almost the Entire Session Devoted to the Election of Officers. Wilmington, Aug. 24—The State Council, Junior Order of United American Mechanics, in session at the Tarrymoore Hotel, Wrights ville Beach, tonight selected Asheville as the next place of meeting, and elected officers for the ensuing year. L. T. Hartsell, Esq,, of Concord, was elevated from vice-ceuncilor to councilor by nomination; S. F. Vance, of Winston-Salem, was re-elected secretary; A. M. Noble, assistant secretary; G. V. Fulk, of Kern ersville, treasurer, and 0. W. Jones, of Winston-Salem, was elected conductor; B. D. Hamil ton, Wilmington, warden; Rev. S. F. Nicks, chaplain. The convention proper convened this moruiDg with State Councilor W. Ben Goodwin of Elizabeth City presiding. There were be tween three and four hundred del egates in attendance upon the •sssions. The first meeting was dsvoUd to organisation and at the afternoon session the princi pal thing was nominations. A greater portion of tonight’s ses sion was taken np with election of officers. The council concludes its sessions tomorrow.—Charlotte Observer. Staggers Skeptics. That a clean, nice, fragrant compound like Bjjpklen’s Arnica Salve will instantly relieve a bad burn, cW, scald, wound or piles, staggers skeptics. But great cures prove its a wonder healer of the worst sores, ulcers, boils, felons, eczema, skin eruptions, as also chapped hands, sprains and corns. Try it. 25c at all druggists. fever. On last Jonday morning about 0 o’clock a mad dog passed James Hipp’s and bit one of his two dogs. Leaving there it went down in Cabairus and some one shot it, but did not kill it, so it turned and came baok towards Rockwell. Jacob Fishfii killed it near Low erstoue Church Sundav evening. I hope to have a wedding to re port very soon, that, is, if a certain young man of Organ church neigh borhood keeps going over near Rockwell. Miss Pauline Lyerly has been visiting her sister, Mrs. John Ba singer, near Faith. George E. C. Bost and family visited at Henry Bost’s Sunday evening. Mrs, Maddie Fisher visited her sister Mrs. Nettie Wilhelm last Sunday evening. What has become of Aunt Lun* dy? Somebody hasen't seen her go fishitig at Frogtown pond in a long time, Daniel Yates and family, ol Granite Quarry, are visiting Mr, Yates’ parents this week. Success to the editor and read ers of The Watchman and Rec ord. Somebody. a The Queen of Fashion's s Richest and Choicest Creations are most elegantly and perfectly reproduced on the > i Standard Notary, The World's Best Sewing Maohlne ,, The only machine which makes abso- LU lutely perfect lock and chain stitching on the same machine. Ladles ^ When you are in need of a sewing ^ machine, 3rou no doubt intend to give the matter intelligent consideration and ^ j should buy one which will last a lifetime, i_j J, the Standard Rotary. I / ^ You Owe It To Yourself 4 ** to learn how the Standard Rotary will -jj do more and better work, in less time, (/J •— and with more real comfort and pleasure \ j ^ than any other machine made. rTi P Remember HH | When you buy, you are choosing 1>e- n tween years of tiresome work with a vi brating or oscillating shuttle machine I i and years of sewing comfort and satisfac- frl tion with a Standurd Rotary. The Standard Rotary Shuttle ^ is absolutely necessary to produce the V.J Fastest. Quietest, Easiest Running and /^\ Most Durable sewing machine in IheLJ world. You are Always Welcome to see the wonderful "Standard” Rotary whether you buy or not. See it TODAY. You will be surprised and delighted with its many advantages. Attention. All delegates expecting to at tend the Rowan County Sunday School Association to be held at Lower Stone Church, September 15th and 10th, 1910, and who de sire entertainment will please no tify the committee on entertain ment by the 10th of September, so that the neoessary arrange ments may be provided ; also those coming by rail will notify to that effeot. James L. Fisher, Rockwell, N. C. Sutherland’s Eagle Eye Salye Is a snow white ointment put up in air tight screw cap tubes. Will oure any case of sore eyesj and will not injure eyes of a* babe. Sold everywhere 25c. —--• <». » A HELPING HAND. Is Gladly Extended by a Salisbury iti 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 Him «f ititaa Baal tk« following ttateaieM: J. J. Williams, 806 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 aud languid most of the time. The kidney secretions contain ed sediment and were unnatural. I finally heard of Doan’s Kidney Pills and deciding to give them a trial, 1 procured a box at McPherson & Co.’s Drug Store. I used them as directed and received great benefit. In a few weeks I was free from pain and my kidneys were normal. I gladly recom mend this excellent remedy.” For sale by all dealers. Price. 60 cents Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, New'York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the !tam«—Duan’s—and take no other. vi; ANTED—Cosmopolitan Mage ziue requires the services of a representative in Salisbury to look after subscription renewals and to extend circulation by special methods which have proved unusually successful Salary and commission , Pre vious experience desired but not essential. Whole time or spare timo. Address with r-ferenees. H 0. Campbell, Cosmep -litan Magazine, 1780- Broadway, New York City, Appalachian Exposition Greatest Ever Held in the Smith At Knoxville, Tenn., Sept. 12 to Oct. 12 Magnificent and Mammoth Build ings. More to See and Amuse than Ever Offered at a Southern Exposition. $10,000 in Purses for Running and Trotting Races. $10,000 in Ariel Exploitation, bv machines of the Wright Bros., Strobel and and Other Aeronauts. “Seethe Air Ships.” $25,000 in Matchless Firewoiks, Grand “Battle of the Cloud” and Pain’s “Fall of Pompeii Mulhall’s Famous Wild West and twenty-five other shows of Note. Greatest Bands in all America. Admission to Grounds, 50c In Day. After 6 p.m , 25 Cents. Remember These Speelal Dates: Live stock and Race?, . .(September 12>1. Night Horse Show. .September 13, 14, 15. Bench Show,.. Sept. 22, 23, 24 Pigeon and Pet Stock Show, .Sept. 27-Oct. 1. Poultry Show,. .October 5-12 Wright Bros. Air Ship. Days.September 22-29 Strobel’s Dirigible Balloon,.. Every Day,.Sept. 12-Oct. 12. Pain’s FireWorks, Every Eve ning,.Sept. 12-Oct. 12 Battle of the Clouds. .September 19-24 Fall of Pompeii,. • • ..Sept. 26-Oct. 1. Special rates every day,and remarkably low railroad rates to Knoxville and return on Tuesdays and Thursdays as follows: Salisbury.$5.65 Newton. 4.70 Statesville. 5.15 Greensboro. 6.65 Winston-Salem. 6.25 Charlotte. 5 75 SEE THIS GREAT EXPOSITION. W. J. OLIVER, Pres. FREE! FREE! The party holding ticket No. 2085, for the umbrella stand given away, should present same at the SAL ISBURY PAWN SHOP inside of 30 days. —1H.H wr T~I-- gaatnKfca^aac. jasssa ■■ =■-.-: ^•^•iwraBsy. scgEsseggsag-s t INol: a Drop of Alcoholf What is a “tonic”? A medicine that increases the strength or tone of the whole system. What is an “alterative”? A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy action to healthy action. Name the best “tonic and alterative”? Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol. Ask your own doctor all about it. Never take a medicine doctors cannot endorse. JcSwCo.,Lowell,Mass. Without daily action of the bowels poisonous products must be absorbed. Then you have knpureblood, biliousness, headache. Ask your doctor about Ayer’s Pills for constipation. | Our big store is filled from cellar | | to attic with the newest creations in low cut SHOES. We Invite Your Inspection. We have always and will now save you money on your shoe purchases. Bell Shoe Store, | 111 North Main Street. § 'ii«—iMiimii i mi i ii'i iMiurriirTTiTiirn n iriiiii » n mu m , i n . Its easy to reach Texas® The Cotton Belt is the quick and direct line to Texas, through Arkansas. It runs two trains, daily, Memphis to Texas, with through sleepers, chair cars and parlor cafe cars. Trains from all parts of the Southeast connect in Memphis with these Cotton Belt trains to the Southwest jPr ^ Low Fares Southwest^^^^^^|C|j^ ^^B J^P^Stop-overs are allowed and the 25 u ^f /H day return limit gives you plenty of X'iJ? f t^me to 1°°^ around. Take advantage Sl§ T r 1 f^of these low fares and investigate the i\vl wonderful opportunities open to you in gEjne^^ratto^ I> ui't wait until the lug opportunities are gone. 1 "■ tsfSm, write toiiiiy :i::d tvli inr w htie you w ant to go. i will | Pend iou schedule and tell you the heapest “ cost of atiekft. I will »!>«> send y< u five, our Look* w ou Texas aud Arkansas, with comity maps in colors. 1 £7 H. H. SUTTON, District Passenger Agent H. E. ALLEN, Passenger Agent ^BHb 109 W. 9th Jjt., Chattanooga, Tenn. Sale Under Mortgage ol House and Lot at Ganite Quarry. Pursuant, to the provisions of a certain mortgage trust deed executed by P. A. Talbort and wife D. A, Talbort to John R. Lyeriy and registered in the Regis ter’s office of Rowan county in book No. 24 page 582, default having been made in the payment of the note which mortgage was given to secure, the undersigned will sell at public auction for cash, at tne court house door in in Salisbury, N. C., at 12 o’clock m. on Saiurday, September the 3rd, 1910. the following described real estate to wit: Beginning at a chestnut oak stump N. 61 E. 3.83 chains to a stake in tlie Gold Hill road ; thence with said road 23}4 W. 2.22 chains to a stake; thence 61 W 5.18 chains to a stake; thence N. 28}.j W. 1.80 chains to a stake: thence N 37}4 E to the beginning, con taining one acre more or less, jj Tliis is the live room house and lot where A. P. Floyd and wife now reside and is about mile from the P, 0. in Granite Quarry. This lot has a valu able fruit tree orchard on it and • well of excellent water. John R. Lyeiily, mortgagee and trustee. H. A. L. Kluttz. assignee. This August 1,1910. P. S. Oarlton, attorney Farming Lands for Sale. Tract No. 1 —30 acres consist ing of acres in meadow, 4 acres in pasture, 8 to 10 acres in woods, balance cleared and in cultivation. Has one one-story, 3-room house, barn and other out houses. A good orchard, grape vines and running water, big branch. A piped and cemented well of good water. Soil red. For further information Gallon or write to the undersigned Wm.H. STEWART, Watchman Office, Salisbury, N. C. 8 Ladies! Save Money and Keep ia | Style by Reading McCall’s i Magazine and Using McCall Paitems McCp.i!'; Maguii.te vVi11 li»-l|> you ureo-s -tyi i:-!t!y :' L ;t mo-dorai: ONpvm.e :.y 1< •- ’k) i L ;> • • a poled on the hile.st fu.shioT.-s i;i eh'.thrs and h:i(s. 50 New :'i.--hion Desi#;.* Pi rise;* i.s.uto. A Iso v:»!u: • infiuninrii .: on homo uikI per so is a! ‘Mailers. Ou!v in,: year, inelrniiim «t b e [-m-r;:. Suh scribe today or .sen lor free :-a;nyN c,<iy. McCall Patterns v.i!i onsildo v; te. make in your own home, with your own hnmls. el.sihini: for yourself and childon which ail! b<* jm-mci in style am! Hi. Prie<—noi - 11 i-!:• r tl::;‘i 1 . cents. Send lor free Pattern Caialo^u'1. $ We Will Give You Fine Presents for pot tint? :-uh scriptions anions your friends, oriel ho i;ce Premium <'ntnlojrue ami < axil Prize < lifer. THE HtCALL COMPANY, 239 io 249 West 37th Si., NEW YORK DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAIN For Internal and External Pains* If Get it at SMITH'S Special Offer: $1.00 bottle of Cann’s Kidney Remedy for 50 cents. This offer expires August i 1st, 1910. Smith Drug-Go. Near Court House. -—---—-- j PARTNE RSHIP DISSOLUTION NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the co partnership of J. YV. Frick & Son has this day been mutually dissolved, and will not be liable for any debts con tracted in the. name, of J. W. Frick & Son after this date. J.W. Frick will conduct the business near Granite ; Quarry, in the future by himself in dividually. All debts due the firm must be paid to J. W. Frick, and he will pay all debts contracted by firm in the county of Rowan. This July 2nd, 1910. J. W. Frick & Son. J. \V. Frick, Daniel W. Frick. State of North Carolina, (In Superior Rowan County. I Court, Whit. L Wilhelm and wife, Mary T.. Wilhelm, vs. W. E. Shulenberger, T, L. Shulen berger, William Blaekwelder, and wife Katie Blaekwelder, Arthur Drum monds and wife Etta Drummonds. Notice to T. I,. Shulenberger, Wil liam Blaekwelder, and wife Katie Blackwelier, Arthur Drummonds and wife Etta Drummonds; You will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced before the undersigned, clerk of the Superior Court of Rowan county, for the purpose of making partition of certain lands in which the plaintiffs and defendants are interested as joint i | tenants ; and you will further take no-, tice that you are required to appear before the undersigned, clerk as alore-1 said, at my office at the court house in Salisbury, N . C., on the 21st, day of July , 1910, and answer or demur to the complaint and petition in said action, or the plaintiffs will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said com plaint and petition. This June 20th, 1910. J. Fraxk MoCubbins, clerk superior court. John L. Rendleman, attorney. Dll relief from ilLLJ Dr. Shoop’s Magic Ointment. HOUSE furnishings : U/hon in thfl Pitu don’t forget to give me a call. I am the _ *1 Hull III MIC llllj 0|^ygt furniture dealer in the city. I f carry one of the largest stocks in the ft State and can supply everything in and about the house. I have an ordinary Btore full in each department-. ft PhsirQl Why I have more chairs than you can shake a stick 9 I at. Little chairs, big chaiis, rooking chairs, parlor 9 < chairs, dinning room chmrs, kitchen chairs, office ft 1 chairs, porch chairs, and chairs some more. ft Baric artfl Pcririinnr Window shades and curtains, carpets, DCU5 flllu DQUUSIlg) niatting, rugs, oil cloth and linoleum, w ^ i Ij/srrlrnhp? bookcases, clocks, toilet sets, bath robes, hall g^ ”OIUIU«Ib» r racks, tables, baby carnages, pictures and in Ojj short anything needed to make the homo com- IP I fortable. w ' Pfima tn COD mo and I will show you goods and quote you 9 j UUHIB m OPO IHC prices that will help you to get right. II i CHRISTMAS GIFTS | J A W tu ndertaking: p ft ■ Finn’! FnrpTpt ^ do Undertaking and Embalming. ; UUIl I I UI&P* Good service and reasonable psices. When 9 jg| in need call on me. 9 1 YOURS FOR BUSINESS, |f 'CEO. W. WRIGHT % a, 9 I "kzt yoa going tc the meeting ?•* " Yes, I’il be rcerty you come ” Women living on. farms and in rural districts haven’t time to seek and enjoy social pleasures. Distances are too great—the work is too urgent. Women grow lonesome and listless when robbed of these pleasures. Tlie Sisriil Telephone solves the problem. It en&bhs women to talk v. Ith neigh bors and friends and keep alive to the news of the day. Our free booklet tells how you can have a telephone in your home at small cost. Women living in the country should write for it. Address Farmers Mae Department SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY ;5- South Pryor St, Atlanta, Ga. § Carriage and Wagon Builde/s. ® f FARM AND EBAY WAGON # 0 DELIVERY WAGONS, OPEN AND TOP, BEST QUALITY AND STYLE 0 We sell the celebrated Geo. E. Nissen & Co’e Farm and jP Log Wagons, fully warranted. f|3 gy Old Carriages and Buggiesl repaired, painted ,and made ^ §S as good as new. Si A New Tops made and old Tops repaired. New Cushions gg §|| furnished and old Cushions repaired. 9 1 New Dashes furnished and Old Frames Re-covered. A 9 Rubber Tires a Specialty; steel tired wheels changed to 9 X Rubber Tires. Oid rubber tires repaired. 9 All kinds“of Wood and Iron Work done at short notice. |j§ X We have skilled workmen in each department. A 9 Surreys, Buggies and WagoDB for Sale. £§ X Harness of all kinds made and repaired. Call and get a 9 prices. 9 0 J. 0. WHITE & CO. 0 MBBaea—aa ~vr iiTifn~ i u,Tr7~,rTiiTTTrnnrr itiTTT^Tr^-i—t—hiumi ii.i rraniBr nr"WTiTri im — tm J. S. McCubp.iss, president. W. B. Stkaohan, treasurer. E. H, Harrisos, secretary and niunager. M’GUBBINS & HARRISON COMPANY Real Estate, Loans, Insurance. S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS *36,000.00. We are selling Ground Phosphate Rock, 28 to 31% Acid ; Phospliate, at $10 00 and under per ton. See us at oi.ce about this. HEAL ESTATE EOAISTS: If you want to either loan or borrow money on good real, state secur ity in Rowan Co. it will certainly pay you well to look into our system j! 5 making real estate loans ; the lender nets 3per cent each 0 months wi ti the best security on earth ar.d with as little trouble to him as depoj t ing money in a bank. The security is a first mortgage real estate bint I with.our company guaranteeing puyment of principal and interest. The 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 for Teachers. Fall Session begins September 14, 1910. Those desiring to enter should ap ply as early as possible. For cata logue and other information address JULIUS I. FOUST, President, 6-15 lOt pd Greensboro, N. C. NOTICE OF D1SSOUTION. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Boderheimer' & Snider became dis solved by mutual consent on July the 1st, 1910 ai d that P. H. Snider has ob tained full possession of the property i f said firm, and that lie will conduct the business in the future in his i wn name, and will not be responsible for any dents or contracts made by W . II. Bodenheimer. This July the 27th, 1910. P. II. Snider. 7-26 4t pd. Dr. Bell’s Antiseptic Salve Good for al* Skin Diseases.