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Items of Inerest in Various Neighborhoods
Sent in by Our Friends.
The health of this community
is very good at this writing,
The farmers aro delighted with
the nice rams we have had.
J. L. Morgan from near Nor
wood spent Saturday and Sunday
with home folks aud the remain
der of the week in Salisbury at
tending the teachers’ institute.
Amanda Morgan spent last
week in Salisbury , attending the
teachers’ institute.
Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Morgan
visited at his father’s, Ivey Mor
gan, Friday night.
Mrs. John Casper and her
daughter, Dora, spent the past
few weeks at the bedside of her
married daughter, Mrs. Jaivis
Pless, who is sick with typohid
John Wyatt is getting along
very well with his wounded ; and.
Zeb and Rioh Morgan took a
pleasant hunt the other day. We
suppose they meant to have squir
D . C. Morgan is on the sick list.
Zeb Morgan visited the usual
plaoe Sunday evening.
James A. Morgan visited at D.
C. Arey’s Sunday evening.
The farmers are very busy till,
ing their soil since the rains.
A. T. C. Morgau has purchased
two nice horseB.
A nice time is expected at
Frankie Morgan’s Saturday night.
Some visitors from Salisbury are
looked for. Elizer.
Sept. 5,—J. C. Peeler and Ar
thur Shoe attended the teachers’
institute which was held at Salis
bury last week,
J. D. Shoe is building an addi
tion to his livery stable.
B. A. Fesperman & Co , is en
larg’ng their warehouse and pre
pnri> g to carry a large stock of
guano this fall.
Rev. Samuel Peeler paid our
little town a most pleasant visit
la-1 week. Come again .
The writer noticed that Samuel
C oper has been wearing a bean
tiiu! smile for the last few days
ai d on inquiring found that a
young farmer had arrived at. his
home. Mr. Cooper says the only
objection he has to the new visit
or la lhat it keeps him awake all
night Cheer up Samuel, such is
Ii. A. Fesperman and Calvin
P. eler will leave Wednesday for
C.,taw '.a College where they will
attend school this year.
it. ice well and Gold Knob cross
ed bats last Saturday evening on
the Rockwell diamond. This was
the third game and also the tie
game between the two teams. It
was an exciting game from start
to finish. Millei was iu the box
for Rockwall and Peeler for Gold
Knob. Both handled the sphere
well and for awhile it was doubt
ful a? to who would be winner,
but i the seventh inning Rock
well succeeded in bringing in the
prize run, which made the score
8 to 2 in Rockwell’s tavor. After
the seventh there was no more
scoring and Gold Kuob’s proud
chainpiouship team, which a few
weeks ago claimed tc be Rockwells
load, vent down in defeat. The
score stood as follows:
Rockwell, 0000111008.
Gold Knob, 1000010002.
Uncle Bill.
Th • health of this community
is right good at this writing.
Pea rlie Earnhardt spent Satur
day night with Lillie Arey.
Ltil. Mills visited Miss Grace
Williams Saturday night.
The ten days' meeting broke
Sunday nighe. So far as we can
learn the meeting was a success.
Brown Eyes attended several
Nannie Fraley spent one day
down at her sister’s, canning to
The farmers are busy turning
stubble for oats since the recent
rams, which were very much need
Com jS looking very well in
s un i p'aces on the ridge. I think
it will t ru out a little better than
was expected some few weeks ago.
Elmar Carter left lass Monday
for Concord, where he will work
for a while in the cotton mill, so
we understand.
Mrs. Mary Basinger doesn’t
seem to improve very much, her
many friends will be sorry to learn.
I. C. Shaver, who has been con
fined to his room for some time
with fever, is able to be out again
his maDy friends will be glad to
S. J. Cotton, of Richfield, is at
his father’s, canning fruit
John Shaver has purchase da new
bicycle I guesj he will ride now.
E C. Shaver has been turning
stubble for oats, is turning it with
a disk plow, and as the rain has
been coming in showers he doesn’t
make any stop, just raises his nm
rella and plows on. Good for
y -u Emanuel.
Zimery Morgan visited at Jacob
Army’s recently. You had better
mil d Zimmery, You will get dog
bit, the dogs on the Gold Hill road
[don’t like bicyoles very muoh. i
I Lynda Fraley has benn visiting
relatives and friends the past two
weeks. Brown Eyes .
Sept. 5, 1910—Another ruu
away match. This time it is
Augustus Basinger, son of Adam
Basinger, and Miss Mary Wil
helm, daughter of Frank Wilhelm.
The old folks thought they had
gone to church but a carriage was
in waiting, furnished from, Mr.
Brown’s livery at Granite Quarry.
They drove to Salisbury and took
the train for South Carolina
where they expected to have the
knot tied. Mr. Basinger is a
granite cutter and a fine young
Miss Ada Stirewalt and Sadie
Lipe spent Sunday with R. P.
Stirewalt and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Rev. R. L. Bams
and four grand children are visit
ing at Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Peel
J, M. Wyatt and James Jones
came home Saturday from Wins
ton-Salem to spend labor day at
home. They are granite cutters.
Mr. Dutton, son of Rev.
Dutton, of Misenheimer
Springs, has been in Faith
working up the Patiiotic Sons of
America and had great success.
The national organizer is expected
here in a few days to finish up the
A young lad arrived at Will
Casper’s September 4th, 1910.
Miss Effie Fraley has returned
from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. D.
A. Lefler, of Stauly county.
Beauford White Rinehardt, six
year-old sou of John Rhiuehardt,
has three well developed crowns
on the top of his head. If anyone
can beat that trot out your 'little
W. D. Rbinehardt, of Whitney,
arrived at his son s, Jon Rhine
hardt, last night on his way home
from Missouri, accompanied by
Swo of his grandchildren, three
and six years old. Their fath
er and mother recently died
ind and left them homeless. Mr.
Etiinehardt will raise them.
The missionary services Sunday
night, by the young folks atShilo
Reformed church, was very inter
esting. Every part was nicely
carried through by each partici
pant and the work was fully illus
trated. A good impression was
made and, a collection of $25 50
was raised. Rev. R. L. Brown
is author of the service.
A great deal of granite wcrk has
come iu during the past week and
business is picking up.
D. A. Wiley is building a store
house at Spencer for Mr. Kluttz.
- — -
Merchants Praise
Dr. Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey. J.
W. McDaniel, Etherton, Ills.,
says; There is no medicine which
squals it for coughs, colds,
Grippe, asthma and Bronchitis,
Look for the Bell on the Bottle.
Having qualified as executor of the
last will and testament of John F.
t reeze, I hereby notify all persons hav
ing claims against his estate to present
them to me on or before feptember 1,
1911, or this notice will be plead in bar
of recovery. All debtors to said estate
are notified to make prompt payment.
This August 26th, i910.
6t. Herman J. Freeze, executor.
Or. Bei i’s Pi n e-Tar- H oney
For Coughs and Colds..
Butter and Butter Substitutes.
The great majority of people
eat butter and prefer it to auy of
the substitutes which have been
put opon the market. However,
a great many people must use a
substitute on account of the high
prices which prevail during cer
tain months of the year.
Oleomargarine is the most com
mon substitute for butter and
millions of pounds of this product
are consumed each year. The
difference in cost of production
betwen Oleomargarine is so great
that when butter is retailed at
forty cents per pound, oleomarga
rine may be retailed at twenty
cents per pound at as great a
profit to the dealer.
The person who chooses to pur
chase the substitue he should be
allowed to do so and he should be
required to pay only the price of
the substitute, The difference in
price between the genuine product
aud the substitue is so great that
dealers are tempted to sell the lat
ter for the former. Only by re
quiring that- the consumers may
differentiate between the two ar
ticles can honest traffic in the sub
stitue be iosnred.
This waB contemplated by
Congress when the present intern
al revenue tax of ten cents per
pound was leviod upon “artifi
cially colored oleomargarine.”
Many people think that all oleo
margarine is taxed ten cents on
the pound. This is not a fact.
Oleomargarine which is “artifi
cially collored” so that the con
sumer onnuot distinguish it from
butter is the only oleomargarine
that is thus taxed. When it is
put. upon the market in its natu
ral color it is only taxed one
fourth of one cent per pouud.
It is only when the prcduot is
made to look like butter so that
it may be fraudulently sold as
butter thas a burdensome tax is
imposed upon it. The imposition
of the tax is not to supress the sale
of oleomargarine or to make it
more expensive to the consumer,
but to prevent fraud in its sale.
Best in the World
J,W. Hyatt merchant of Warren
N. C..;writes: Please send enclcs
ed order by mail. Sutherland’s
Eagle Eye Salve is the best eye
remedy in the world. 25c.
Many Salisbury Readers Will feel Grate,
ful for this Information.
When your back gives out;
Become lame, weak or aching ;
When Urinary troubles set in,
Your kidneys are ‘ ‘in a bad way. ”
Doan’s Kidney Pills will cure you
Here is local evidence to prove it:
John W. Glover, 128 S. Long St..
Salisbury, N. O-.suys: “In my esti
mation Doan’s Kidney Pills are the
best kidney remedy on the market. I
suffered from Kidney complaint for a
long time and often had severe pains in
the small of my back. In the morning
I was so lame that I could not get out
of bed without assistance anu I was at
a loss to know how to dispose of nij
trouble- Finally a friend told me of
Doan’s Kidney Pills and I procured a
box at McPherson & Co.’s Drug Store.
They quickly drove away the pain in
my back and improved my health.
Whenever I notice a return of the
trouble, I take a few doses of Doan’s
Kidney Pills and prompt relief fol
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents Foster-Milburn Co,, Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the naro1*—Doan’s—and
take no other.
Excursion From Norwood to Charlotte.
Peeler & Fesperman will run an
excursion from Norwood to Char
lotte and return Saturday, Sept
24th. This excursion will leave
Norwood at 7:10 a . m., and Salis
bury at 9:15 a. m and returning
will leave Charlotte at 5:30 p. m .
Every effort is being made to
make this one of the best excur
sions of the season We will have
good cars and plenty of room, and
this will be the very trip for la
dies and their escorts. Prico from
Salisbury ouly $1.00. 9 6 2t.
W. C. Coughenour, President,
T. C. Linn, Vice-President,
W. H. White Cashier
Capital - - - $5J, 00 00
Stockholders’ Liability ■ 50,000 00
Surplus and Protits - 53,58156
Deposits January 1,1909, 317,785 06
ResoiMCts January 1,1909, 459,736 84
Dtkk< tors : John S. Henderson, D.
A. Atwell, T, C. Linn, H. N.
Woodson, Burton Craige, W.S.
Blackmer, Walter H. Woodson,
W. B. Strachan, A. H. Price,
W. C. Coughenour.
Every accommodation extended con
sistent with safe banking.
W.H. WHITE. Oaahier
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“A hard chill, pain through the chest, difficult breathing.
| Then fever, with great prostration.” If this should
I be your experience, send for your doctor. You may
1 have pneumonia! If your doctor cannot come at once,
8 give Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral When he comes, teii him
| exactly what you have done. Then do as he says.
8 No alcohol in this cough medicine. T-CAyer Co., Lowell,Mass.
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Keep the bowels in good condition. One of Ayer’s Piiis at bedtime will cause
an increased flow of biie, and produce a gentle laxative effect the day following.
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. |
I Bell Shoe Store, j
111 JNorth Main Street.
Greatest Ever I [eld
in tlie South.
At Knoxville, Tenn.,
Sept. 12 to Oct. 12
Magnificent and Mammoth Build
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, by
machines of the Wright Bros., Strobel
and and Other Aeronauts. “Seethe
Air Ships.”
$25 000 in Matchless Firevvoiks,
Grand “Battle of the Oloud” 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 Gay. After 6 p.m ,
25 Cents.
Remember These Speeia! Dates:
Live stock aud Races, .
.September 12>1.
Night Horse Show.
.September 13, 14, 15.
Bench Show,.. Sept. 22, 23, 21
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 Eire Works, Every Eve
ning,.St.pt. 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
Newton. 4.70
Statesville. 5.15
Greensboro. 6.65
Winston-Salem. 6.25
Charlotte. 5 75
W. J. OLIVER, Pres,
8-31 7t pd.
City Property tor Sale,
Under and by virtue, of an order of
the superior court of Rowan oounty,
made in the special proceeding entitled
John .T. Stewart, administrator of M.
A1. Woodward against Uatharine J.
Woodward, Lena w. Ulmer and hus
band Frank Ulmer, the same being No
9 upon the special proceeding docket
of said court, the undersigned commis
sioner will, on
Saturday, the 24th day of September, I9I0,
at about 12 o'clock noon, at the court
house door in Salisbury, North Caroli
na, offer8for sale to the highest bidder
for eash the late home of M. M. Wood
ward lying and being in the city of Sal
isbury, Rowan county, North Carolina,
and more particularly described as
follows, to-wit;—Beginning at a stake
on the N. O. Railroad, 200 ft. from the
edge of Bank St., and running with
said railroad 44J4 ft. to astake; thence
southeast parallel with Bank St, 189 ft.
to R. J. Holmes’ line ; thence with said
Holmes’ ’ine northeast 44 1-2 ft, to a
stake, Lee Ileilig’s corner; thence
nothwest p£ rallel with Bank St., 189 ft.
to the beginning. For further partie
ulars, back title, etc. see deed regis
tered in book of deeds No. 117, page
458, etc., Register’s office for Rowan
This is a 4-room cottage on Southern
Railway between Bank and Horah
streets. It is a chance for some one
to get a good home at a reasonable
price. Further information furnished
by calling or addressing the undersign
Joun J Stewart, commissioner
August 20th, 1910 5t
Get it at SMITH’S
Special Offer:
$1.00 bottle of
for 50 cents.
This olfer expires August
1st, 1010.
Near Court House.
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The only machine which makes abso
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WhPll in thfl f!iiv don’t forget to give me a call. I am the ®
iiHBII III UlC UllJ oldest furniture dealer in the city. I w
r carry one of the largest stocks in the ©
State and can supply everything in and about the house. I ©
have an ordinary store full in each department. ©
Phajrc! Why I have more chairs than you can shake a stick ©
UlldllOi aj. Little chairs, big chaiis, rocking chairs, parlor ©
chairs, dinning room chairs, kitchen chairs, office ©
chairs, porch chairs, and chairs some more.
! Cede -and Eodfiisifif Window shad-s and curtains, carpets, ©
DbUd flliU DbUlil.ig; matting, rugs, oil cloth and linoleum. ®
^ Wpffi^PhPQ bookcases, clocks, toilet sets, bath robes, hall —^
W cluiUtuUSO ) r ;Cks, tables, baby cariiages, pictures and in ©
® gjjort onvt.hmg needed to make the home com- ©
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Pnmn fn ODE ffiP and I will show you goods and quote you ®
® uUlllo 1U Out; sue prjct3 that will help you to get right. ©
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g U H H! b I mIrtb UI Mo forget to give me a cal 1. g
$ fion’t pf*rOrpf that I do Undertaking and Embalming. ®
^ Jij.i 1 1 Q00(t service and reasonable prices. When ©
© in need call on me. &
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| “Isl'lsereAnyforMef’ |
| If you had a telephone on your Farm a con- |
| versation like this would save you a long and prob- |
I ably useless trip: I
1 “Hello ! Is this the depot (or express) Agent?” |
| “Yes.”
| “This is Air. Johnson on Ruml Route No. 5. r
111 Is there any freight for me today ?” jf
| “No, it hasn’t come yet.” J
1 “Thanks. I will call you tomorrow.” [.
If you want to know how to have a tele- |
phone on your Farm, at small cost, write for our
free booklet. Address
Farmers Line Deportment
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•a ‘ 1 South Pryor St,, Aktassta, C-a.
inn;--in hi nit 11 'i mi niii i
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jJ Carrigae and Wagon Builders, y
We sell the celebrated Geo. E. Nissen & Co’o Farm and
Lug Wagons, fully warranted. h|
• Old Carriages and Buggies! repaired, painted'and made a
as good as new. SB
• New Tops made and old Tops repaired. New Cushions
furnished and old Cushions repaired. jj8
&& New Dashes furnished and Old Frames Re-covered. A
If Rubber Tires a Specialty: steel tired wheels changed t «8
a Rubber Tires. Old rubber tires repaired.
HP All kmdsnf Wood and Iron Work done at short notice, j|l
• We have skilled workmen in each department. ''
Surreys, Buggies and Wagons for Sale. 11
• Harness of all kinds made and repaired. Cali and get X
prices. B
| J. O. WHITE & CO. §
J. S. MoCubbins, president. W. B. Straoiiax, treasurer.
E. H, Harbisoh, secretary and manager.
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance.
We are selling Ground Phosphate Rock, 28 to 81% Acid
Phosphate, at $10 00 and under per ton. See us at oi.ce about
this. ,
If yofl want to either loan or borrow money on good real estate seem* §
ity in Rowan Co. it will certainly pay you well to look into our system of g
making real estate loans ; the lender nets 3per cent each 6 months w t'l 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. 5
W ANTED —Cosmopolitan Mus;a
ziae requires the services of a
represeutativs in Salisbury to
look after subscription renewals
and to extend circulation by
special methods which have
proved nuusually successful.
Salary and commission. Pre
vious experience desired but not
essential, Whole time or spare
time. Address with references,
H C. Campbell, Cosmopolitan
Vlaqazine, 1789 Broadway, Now
Sfork City.
Notice to Creditors.
Having this day q lalified as execu
tor of the estate of Harriett E Correll,
not'ce is hereby given to all persons
having claims against said estate to
present the same to the undersigned
on or before August 22nd, or this no
tice will be plead in bar of their re
covery. All persons indebted to said
estate are hereby notified to full and
settle without delay
»This August 22nd, 1910.
Jas E Corruter, executor,
3t pd R F D, China Grove, N C
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