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II Some More BIG BARGAINS II Offered for EVERY DEPARTMENT ALIVE WITH CREAT BARGAINS “V rW-VfTf^ '-*1-,.-, ■'y-"*r.fflariiasgSftjgwr-* ^ V. WALLACE & SONS. |) THIS WEEK conies for II CLEAH SWEEP. We are going to make the big- If gest cuts of the season. II Ill ou dozen boy s ribbed hose, 25c values, reduced - . 9C II 100 dozen men's pure silk ties, 50c values, reduced - - 18c || 50 dozen men’s handkerchiefs, 10c values, reduced - - 6c ||^^^^^m^^®°‘j^®fchiefs^<^aJues^educe<^^^^^ • 3c One thousand pair of Regal shoes. Your choice of this lot of shoes at manufacturer’s cost. 750 men’s fine suits. We are going to make fa® clean sweep, price reduced to half. THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN. SHORT LOCAL ITEM> Another re-uuion is scheduled to take place soon. This one will be by the Overcash family at Euochville, Thursday, October 10th. All members of the family are requested to be present and bring baskets and join in the pic nic to be had in the grove. The exercises will begin at 10 o’clook in the morning. Look up the family history aod oome prepared to tell what you know. Miss Louise Lumpkin, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Latnp kiD, of Spencer, and Romulus Porter, of Salisbury, were mar ried at the home of Rev, M. M. Kinard, pastor of St. John’s Lutheran’s churoh, Saturday night at 10:80 o’clock. Immedi ately after the oeremony the couple left for northern cities on a short wedding tour. Mr. Por ter is an employee in the South them’s shops near here. They will make their heme with Mr. Porter’s mother. Mrs. E. B. C. Hambly, through her attorney, Hon. John 8. Hen derson, has sold her mining prop erty i.j Montgomery county to Eli cheeta of Washington, D. C. This property joins the Ida mine and and is thought to be very rioh. The price paid was $16,000. Senator Overman joined Hiok ory Camp, No. 49, W. O. W., here last night. After the initia tion the crowd was addressed by Senator Overman and Rev. C. A. G. Thomas. The third quarterly meeting of the Rowan oounty fcranoh of the Farmers E. and.C. Union,will take place with Mulberry local, near the County Home, Friday Octo ber 6th. The meeting will last but one day land an interesting program has been arranged. The Franklin Township Sun day School Association held its annual convention Sunday in Bethel M. E. church, and several hundred people were present. Rsv, J. L. Vippermau, of Spen cer, A. B. Saleeby, Dr. C. M, Van Poole and otheri made inter esting talks. A. E. Meyers was elected president and Miss Annie Barrier was made secretary. The next meeting of the association will he held with Enon Baptist church. CardB have been sent out an nouncing the marriage of Miss Mary Lucetta, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Brown cf Cabar rus oounty, and Rev. R. R. Sow erB, of Rowan, which is to take place at St. Martins’ Lutheran churoh, Efirda, N. 0., Tuesday, Ootober 10th. The parties to this oouple have a host of friends in Rowan and Cabarrus counties who wish tnem muob joy in their wedded life. The Marine Band is here ai d w II give one of its famous musi cal entertainments in the opera a :se here tonight. Invitations to the wedding cf Miss Sadie Scott, daughter of Mrs. R M. Davis, of Salisbury, and Eugene* E. Gray, Jr., of Winston-Salem, to take place in the First Presbyte'ian ohurch, Wednesday, October 11th, at sev en o'clock, have been sent out. Rev. R. R. Sowers has moved from Franklin to Granite Quarry. The Salisbury Supply & Com mission Company has secured the contract to wire a large four story building for the Huntley, Hill & Stockton Company, a furniture firm in Winston-Salem. The Salisbury company will fur nish all the fixtures and supplies for wiring and lighting the build ing. Mesdames M. C, Quinn, Jas. P. Moore and Jas. H. Ramsay went down to Charlotte yesterday to attend the unveiling of a tablet to the memory of Gen. John Locke, who was killed by the British at Sugar Creek, Mecklenburg oouuty Bids are being received for the erection of an ofiioe and tool room for the keeper of Chestnut Hill Cemetery. Paul Good, colored, was ar rested in Spencer last Friday night with a lot of smoking to bacco in a bag which be was try ing to dispose of. The negroe’s house was then searched and more of the tobaoco was found. It is thought that he secured it from oars on the Southern’s yard at Spencer. He was bound over to court. Last Thursday in the First Presbyterian Church of Reidsvilie, the marriage of Mies Cora G Pan nill, daughter of John F. Mill, of Salibusy, and John T. Nissen. son of C. F. Nissen, of Winstn Salem, took place. R. L. Burkhead, of Losing ton, has entered suit against D. L. Arey, of Salisbury, for $44,000. Burkhe^l had obtained a loan from Mr. Arey of $30,000, and says Mr, Arey insisted on a bonus of $22,000 and took a piece of land given as seourity for the debt, This is considered usury, and is therefore the cause for the suit. The matter will be tried at Lex ington. The last term of the Rowan Su perior Court being taken up with a few unusual criminal cases and having failed to reach the civil docket at all petition was made the govenor for a epeoial term. The govenor informs the Bar As sociation that the judges are all busy on their oirouits and conse quently 'the request cannot be granted. PLAN TO ESTABLISH MILITARY SCHOOL. A Number of Citizens Hear the Plan and Appoint a Soliciting Committee. Friday evening it is said a num ber of our citizens gathered at the Empire Hotel for the purpose of meeting some one from Washing ton, D. C., for the purpose of hearing a proposition and taking action cn the establishment of an up-to-date military sohool. The un-named prominent educator offers to put up $20,000 if the citizens will put up a like sum and donate a seven-or-eight-aore tract of land. The property is all to beloug to the professor and be agrees to remain here teny ears, It is preferred that the land be near the oar line. The following gentlemen were selected a committee to solioit donations: C. S. Reams, ohaii man; O W. Spencer and M. L. Jackson. Meeting of W.C.T. U. The local W. C. T. U. held a meeting at Mrs, J. M, Boyd’s Friday evening. The meeting was foil of interest, a number of important subjects relative to their work was discussed. The following ladies were elected dele gates to the State convention: Miss Emma Hutchins, State Su perintendent of Sunday Sohool Work; Mrs. B. W. Hatcher. State superintendent of the press work, and Mrs. D. R, Beaver, secretary of the Salisbury union. The election of officers was gone into with the following re mit: Mrs. 0. 8. Emmerson, presi dent; Mrs. B, H. Hatcher, vice president; Mrs. D, A. 'Beaver, secretary; Mrs. F. V. Barrier, superintendent of prism work; Mrs, A. W. Winecoff, superinten dent of the flower mission, and W. B. Smoot, treasurer. bhip Destroyed by an Explosion. More than half of her crew of 798 officers and men met death at TouIod, France, early Monday, when fire broke ont in the ammu nition bold of the battleship Liberte, one of the finest vessels in the French navy. Explosions whioh followed wreoked the great ship. The fire was discovered at fiveo’clook. At first it was not thought to be sernns, but it gain ed great headway over the sailor’s fighting it. Suddenly it reached the magaiiues, whioh had not been flooded, owing apparently to the slight nature of the blaze. The explosions were terrifio, shaking the vessel fore and aft. Eaoh was seemingly stronger than the preceding. They opened up great fissures in the armor and frame work. The vessel immedi ately became a mass of fire and smoke, and soon sank to the bot tom of Toulon harbor. Marriage of Popular Couple at Faith, Faith, Sept. 26th.—The resi dence cf P. A. Peeler was the scene of a pretty home wedding at 6 o’clock Tuesday morning, when his attractive and accom plished daughter, Miss Mamie Peeler, became the bride of Wil liam Barger. The parlor was tastefully decorated with roses and ferns. The bride wore a going away gown of blue cloth and carried a boquet of white roses. The oouple entered to the strains of the wedding march played by Miss Mary Heller and were made one by the bride’s pastor, Rev. 0. B. Heller. After the wedding breakfast, Mr. and Mrs. Barger left on the North bound train for Washington. The best wishes of their many friends follow this deservedly popular oouple. work ot The Reaper. Last Friday morning Mrs. A. H. Price reoeived a telegram an nouncing the death of her mother, Mrs. F. R. Osborne, of Jackson ville, Fla., from the effeots of a stroke of paralysis a few hours previously. Mrs. Osborne was Miss Sallie Roberts, a sister of Mrs. Chas. Prioe, of this city. Mr. and Mrs A. H. Price went to Jacksonville to attend the fun eral. Mrs. Banks, wife of L, Banks, who lived in Salisbury a few years ago, died lsst Wednesday night at Bedford City, Va., where she was on a visit to her parents, Mr. aud Mrs M. Spigel, Her death was the result of an attaok of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. L. Banks have been living at Roa noke, Va. The funeral took place in Richmond Thursday. Dr. J. W. Kinard, of Leesville, S. C , brother of Rev. M. M. Kinard, of Salisbury, died Satur day, September 16th. He was but 87 years old. r. o. n jynn, at one time a resident of Salisbury, died in Wadesboro Saturday night from the effects of Catarrh. He was about 50 years old and leaves a wife. John H. Jackson, who lived in Salisbury and assisted his broth er, W. F. Jaokson, in the conduct of the Southern Hotel some years ■go, died in Washington, D. 0., Saturday evening. Not a Word of Scandal marred the oall of a neighbor on Mrs. W. P. Spangh, of Manville’, Wyo., who said: “She told me Dr King’s New Life Pills had cured her of obstinate kidney trouble and made her feel like a new woman.’’ Easy, but sure remedy for stomach, liver and kidney troubles. Only 25o at all drug gists , DEEDS, NOT WORDS. Salisbury People Have Absolute Proof o Deeds at Home It’s not words but deeds that prov* true merit. The deeds of Doan’s Kidney Pills, For Salisbury kidney sufferers, Have made their local reputations. Proof lies in the testimony of Salis bury people who have been cured tc stay cured. John W. Glover, 128 S. Long St., Salisbury, N. 0., says: “I believe Doan’s Kidney Pills are the best remedy to be had for kidney trouble. I suffered severely at times from at tacks of backache and hal pain* across my loins. Sometimes I could not get out of bed without assistance. A friend told me to give Doan's Kid ney Pills a trial and finally did so, getting them at J. W. McPherson & Co.’s Drug store. They -restored me to good health and since taking them, I have not had any trouble from my back or kidneys.” (Statement given on January 0, 1908.) A LASTING EFFECT. On February 2, 1911, Mr. Glover said: “The cure effected by Doan’s Kidney Pills in my case was perma. nent. I gladly re-endorse this remedy,” For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents Fostor-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the nan>“— Doan’s—and take no other. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Having qualified as administrator of the estate of Jesse Hellard, this is to notify all persons having claims against the said decedent to file an itemized, verified statement of same with the undersigned on or before the 28tli day of September, 1912, or this notic 'will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Persons indebted to said estate are notified to make prompt settlement. This 28th September, 1911. J. L. Hellabd, administrator of Jesse Hellard. W. A. Bristol and R. T. Weatherman, attorneys, Statesville, N. C. 9-27 8t LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS. Men to take thirty days Practical course in our well equipped Machine Shops, also road lessons; and accept good positions. Charlotte Auto School, Charlotte, N, 0. 5-24 tf ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICK Having qualified as administrator of the estate of Pattie Johnson, of Rowan county, this is to notify all persons having claims against the es tate of said deceased to file a;i item ized statement of same with the un dersigned on or before the 10th day of August! 1912, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery All persons indebted to sod estate will please call and settle. This August 8th, 1911. 6t John J.Stewabt, Admr. WOODLBAF. Sept. 25.—The infant child of Mrs. R, 0. Poole died Tuesday night and was hurried Wednes day at the Methodist cemetery. One of the most spiritual meetings closed Sunday last at the Methodist Churoh, conducted by S L. Owen, of Charlotte, N. C. Miss Swanne Ratz, our olever hello girl, returned to her work Friday after taking her vacation around her old home place. J. T. Bailey, one of onr best farmers, leaves as today to man age the R. J Reynolds farm near Winston-Salem. We hate to see him leave, but wish him mnoh snecess. Farmers claim about a half crop of ootton in this neighbor hood . Mrs. A. Smith, of Mt, Vernon, died Saturday night of pellagra. Franfc Bailey, who is attending aohool at Hickory, Bpent Sunday at home. One op thb Boys, PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK SALISBURY, N. C. Does a General Banking Business. Pep ut. We pay 4 par cent on time de posits. Interest payable every three months. Prompt attention given to any business entrusted to us. Your business solicited. Peoples’ National Bank. John S. Henderson, J. D. 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RI^AL ESTATE ZLOAJSTS: •a. .Ify°u w^lt ei.tber loan or borrow money on good real estate secur ity in Rowan Co. it will certainly pay you well to look into our system of making real estate loans; the lender nets 3per cent each 0 months with the best security on earth and with as little trouble to him as deposit ing money in a bank. The security is a first mortgage real estate bond with oar company guaranteeing payment of principal and interest.