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THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN
Salisbury, December 11, 1912
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The nog-kil'iug days are bore,
the gladest in the year.
The laying of ,cement on the
car line on South Mam Street is
now in progress.
The Salisbury Merchants’ As
s mation has begun advertising
the accounts of delinquent
Just two weeks until Christmas
from tidey. Watch the advir
tisementa iu this papeB f r bar
gains .
The N C. Public Service Co.,
is making arrangements to build
a new cir barn between Salisbury
and Spencer.
The Southern Express Company
has on another delivery weg u at
this place to handle the rustling
and mimmoth Christmas business
in this city.
Mrs. H. H Kuchin, a music
teacher of much experience, will
opau a c .ijsnrvut. ry of anisic
here on January 1st. and will em
ploy a num1 er of assistant in
structors .
Rev. George W- Crabtree, of
Washington, N. 0. lectured in
the Fust Prt-sbvt’-rim church
here Su; day Rev Qiab'ree is
endeavoring to obtain batter
treatment “f c. nvict-s. He a'so
held servic-s in the jail and chain
gang camp
Salisbury Aerie of 15 igh-s held
an interesting meeti ,g 1' d low-d
by a banquet in > heir hall FiiHay
night i'hie order li-s over 8 0
men;bsrs .
The North ‘Cindina bliriuers
were in sessi n in Charlotte last
Thursday a number being present
from Salisbury. 0. W. Spencer,
of Salisbury, was elected illus
tri us p tentate.
R-v. W. R Ware, the new are- j
siding older for the Salisbury dig
distr ct, has arrived an! is now
occupying the district parsonage
on South Main Street,
Hickory a id Rosewood camps,
Woodmen of the IV, 'd held a big
m etiug, elected dicers had a
ba quet and initiated s uns candi
dates last night They held to a
late hour and had a grand old
time.
The district stewards of the
Salisbury d’igtrict m t in she First
Methodist church h*-r • this morn
ing Mattr-rs of interest were
considered, Rev. W. R. Ware,
pres ding eld r, piesided.
Owing to the failure to receive
some needed literature, the c b
servauce of Avc ok Day in the
Silisbu'y public schools was post
poned till next Friday.
Rev. A. L. Coburn has been
appointed to the pastorate ot Ep
worth church at Concord by Pre
siding Eld-r W R. Ware of the
Salisbury district aud he has ac
cepted.
Salisbury has a new cafe and it
13 known as the ‘ Ford,” being
located ou the first fljor of the
Ford hotel building, corner of
Main aud Couuoil streets. It is
first-class aud up-to-date iu every
respect.
A B. Saleeby is always right to
the front and invites old Santa
Clau3 to meet him at his p'ace ot
business in Salisbury any time be
tween now aud Christmas. He has
a quantity of things that the old
man will need ou his rounds Sa
leeby's place is handsomely deco
rated in noliday attire. See his
advertisement iu th s papsr.
County Superintendent R. G.
Kizer has received a good many
tdturn3 from the collections taken
iu tho public schools on Aycook
day, last Friday, aud repons that
the Rowan schools are making a
good showing.
L)r. M. M. Kiuard aud B. B.
Miller went to Charlotte Monday
to attend a meeting of the Home
Mission Boad of the Lutheran
(Lurch of the South, which is
planning to make a great forward
step in nome missions and ctiurch
xteumou work during the coming
year.
Sparks' Zoo at the Fair Grounds
is the most popular attraction to
be found m the county ou Su day
afternoons. Hundreds of Salis
burians visit the Z o during' the
day and many pe.ple from Spen
cer and Chiua Grove may ai o
be found am ug the turoug. Mi.
Sparks is glad to have visitors call
and see the auimuls.
El-Judge Council, of Hickory.
brutUbr of Dr Council of Salis
bury, is visitiug in the city.
Judge Council owns some farming
lauds in this county and visits
here quite ofteu. He is a mem
ber ot the next legislature having
been elected this fail.
The Salisbury Metal Culvert
Company has been chartered with
a capital of $50,0C0. J. M. Mau
pin and 0. VV. Spencer are the
corporators. Ju9t what amount
is paid in was not learned.
The board of aldermeu having
announced their intention to have
the city limits extended and other
amendments made to the city
charter have again started an agi
tation on the subject. The
Watchman thinks such mat
ters should be submitted to a
vote of the people.
The members of Fulton Lodge
No 99, A. b’. and A M. and a
number of visiting brethren had a
larse and interesting meeting and
a barque! in their hall here Fri
day night. There were about 150
present and a very pUssaut even
ing was had. There was work in
the third degree.
Attention is called to those who
advertise in The Watchman,
they.are ah thoroughly reliable
aod you wi.ll get a square deal
when fading with them. The
fake variety and The Watchman
do not harmonize at ah, conse
quently no one need ■ hesitate to
trade with those who advertise in
our columns.
•A mammoth snake belonging to
the Sparks show died Frida/
morning, probably from the ef
fe ts of old age. It is said t
have been 26 feet long, weighed
250 pounds and war estimated to
h ve been 200 years old. It was
valued at $1,000.
Rev. E. C. Crouk, general sem
refcary of the Laymen movement
of the Lutheran Church, will be
here and conduct a series of let
tnres on iessoue from W. E.
D ughty’s book entitled, “Tb-t
: Call of the World,” Tuesday to
i Fr.day, January 14 17, 1912.
DR. M.J. RAGLAND
VETERINARIAN.
i Oiiica aud hospital on Inniss St., near
Mansion House corner. Day phone
I Night phone 430. 4-270 25.
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Report of the condition of the
BANK OI^SPENCER
at Sneneer in the State of North Caro
lina at the close of business
Nov. 26,1912.
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts. $81,861.88
Overdrafts secured . 50.10
Furniture and Fixtures- 1,100.00
Due from banks and bankers .. :3 414.66
Silver coin, including all mi
nor coin currency. L3r0,37
National bank notes and
other U. S. notes. 7,105.00
Total . ...$104,832 01
LIABILITIES.
Capital stqck paid in.$15,000.00
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
paid.. 2,178 99
Time certificates of deposit. 5,000.00
Deposits subject to check.... 66,754 64
Savings deposits. 4,724.91
Due to banks and bankers. 883.72
Cashier’s checks outstanding 289.75
Total.$104,832.01
State of N. C., county of Rov'an, ss.
I, J. K. Dorsett, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
J. K, Dorsett, cashier.
Correct—Attest:
H L Monk, )
J. W.Carlton > Directors.
J G Busby, )
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 6th day of December, 1912.
\V. A. Goodman, notary public
Cur Building Material will please you.
Our ceiling and siding at $1.00
per 100 feet will tickle you. Good
man Lumber Co. ’PhdOSone L,
An 8 H P Uprigh; engine and boiler,
guaranteed in good condition,
forsale cheap. Also a set .f good
two-horse wagon wheels and steel
ax'es. Apply to John J. Stewait,
Salisbury, N. C.
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g Teeth without plates.$5.00 Crowns.$4.00 2
, Sets of Teeth...$5.00 Bridgework.$3 to $5.00 *
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Remember we are the only people in the South who
carry a full line of gasoline engine repair parts.
And did you know that
We are the Largest Builders of Gasoline
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Right in the heart of the Season we will place on sale our
entire stock of heavy weight overcoats ranging in price from
$7.50 to $18.00 will be sold on basis at following reduction:
$6.00 Overcoats Reduced i
$3.48
$10 00 overcoats reduced
$7.50
$12.50 overcoats reduced
$10.00
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$15.00 overcoats reduced
$11.50
V. EaACjfci “
Stores 2 Salisbury and Oreensboro.
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