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Holidays are over for this sea
ioo and all should be thmkful
for what Santa Claus brought , us
We are all now ip the begin
ning of a new year. 1907, and we
ihould make new resolutions to
do more this year for The Caro
lina Watchman and also for
other, good enterprises, .
Everybody seems to b pleased
with, the new preacher at Wesley
Chapel church, this year. He is
Rev. James Wilson,
C. W, Waggoner and family,
visited W A. Waggoner during
David Ritchie, of High Point,
visited his mother, Mrs. Mattie
Ritchie, and other kmfolks over
Adam Cody had carpenters to
work on his six-room dwelling
house, 'last Tuesday morning a
week. Mr. Cody has a large tract
of laud to put his new house on.
Ghirly Ritchie visited his broth
er, Boyden, at High Point during
' E. Eudy & Co., of Millingport,
are building a new 'phone line
from the cross roads near Misei)
heimer, to Richfield, with the ex
pectation of extending the line
further on in the near future.
Bro. Sam Snort, we looked for
some of you Rowan folks down
over Christmas, but we failed to
see any of you. Come down soon
and not wait till next Christmas
for an opportunity.
Misses Mabel and Maudie Wag
oner, and Miss Vida Culp, visit
ed Charlie Wagoner, near Oold
Hill, recently. ,
The people of Misenheimer and
surrounding community had a
nice Christmas tree at Misen-
Floyd Gulp and cousin, Homer
Wagoner, visited J. N. C, Morgan
and family in lower Rowan, dur
ing .the holidays.
I wish all a happy new year.
Lawson Ritohie and family are
visiting at T. R. Hess'.
" Mr. and Mrs. John Yost are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rev, W. R.
Tho Faith Granite Co., received
tin order for twenty-five hundred
lenial feet of window sills on New
Tear'sday, and are putting a rail
road track from this quarry to
their cutting yard.
B. C. Eagle has his new resi
dence done and has moved iu it.
The public meeting of the Daugh
ters of Liberty was largely attend
ed Saturday night. Addresses
: were made by C. B. Webb, of
" Statesville; L. W. Blackwelder,
of Salisbury and G. C, Fisher, of
Crescent. Mr. Fisher presented a
beautiful gold medal to the one
that got ?the most members to
join the Daughters of Liberty,
and that one was Mrs, P. A. Peel
er. The medal was donated by
the lodge, which is growing and
doing much -good in this com
Miss Mary Heller, who has been
spending the holidays here with
her parents, returned to Newton
college today to resume jer stu
dies, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Corn return -vrie4wSfrom,;A8heville
- they had been since their marriage.
7-:Wii6pe; they will live in Faith.
II r. Corn is a contractor in stone
' mason work and was one of the
-firm who built the large granite
v business house in Faith recently
for the Jr. O. U. A. M.
John Holohough died Satur-
day; night. He was about 60
years old. He leaves a wife and
several children and a large num
hT ber.pf friends. He was a good
i Vrmer aud aood citizen.
" v'.:" Jan. 5th, 1907.
Christmas has come and gone,
hope everybody enjoyed a nice
The neaTth of the community
is not very good at present.
Edgar Peeler startod to school
at Crescent at the beginning of
the new year. We wish him suc
There will be communion ser
vices at St. Luke's on the 2nd
Sunday in January, at 11 a. m.
and preparatory services on Satur
day at 2:80 p. m. ,
The Sunday school at'St. Luke's
will go on through the winter
months with J. C. Peeler as super
intendent and Edgar Peeler as sec-'
ietary. We hope to. have a good
M. F. Cauble ind family visit-
jad at Rev. P. M. Trexler's Sunday
Earnest Lyerly, who is running
a store at Granite Quarry, has
been very sickfor the past week,
but is improving some. Hope he
will soon be able to resume his
c. Peeler, who is teaching
school at Faith, visited home
folks over the holidays.
Mr.'and Mrs. H. F, Frick, of
Crescent, visited Mr. Frick's father
through the holidays.
Mrs. Mary Lingle and childien,
of Crescent, visited at M. F,
Cauble's Monday night.
Jno. C. Cauble visits down
about Providence very often, guess
he oceans business. Surely, John
will ask us to his wedding.
Regrets their Departure.
It was with regret that we chron
icle the fact that T. J. Jerome
and family have left Monroe.
Some weeks ago it was decided by
the law firm of Adams, Jerome &
Armfield that it would be to the
interest of the firm to have one
of its members located in Salis
bury, as the firm was doing con
siderable practice in that terri
tory, and as a result Mr. Jerome
has gone to Salisbury and opened
an office, he a lid his family leav
ing Monroe last" Saturday. Mr.
Jerome is a native of Union coun
ty and is a son of our veteran and
beloved citizen, E. A. Jemme, of
Wingate. For over ten years Mr.
Jerome has been practicing law
here. He is an able lawyer and
stands high in his profession and
is the soul of honor, in a word is
a gentleman of untarnished char
acter. And we will say in passing
that the people of Monroe do not
regret the departure of Mr. Je-
ronae and his family all on ac
count t f the head thereof, for his
better half is a lady who adds
greatly to any social or religious
circle in which she moves and has
endeared herself to many in Mon
roe, Monroe Inquirer.
' : Cotton Eo&fention.
The Third Annual Cotten Con
vention of tre Southern Cotton
Association, will meet in Bir-'
mingham, Ala., January 17-19.
Sessions will be held each day at
which addresses will be made
by well known cotton growers
from alJ p tts of the South. The
railroad rate will bo one farefor
the round trip, plus 25 cents,
from all regular ticket offices in
It will be well for those attend
ing to be sure to arrauge for their
lodging or hotel accommodation!
before leaving for Birmingham.
A Memorable Day.
One of the days we remember
with pleasure as well as with prof
it to our health, is the one on
which we became acquainted with
Dr, King's New Life Pills, the
painless purifiers that cure head
ache nnd biliousness, ancK keep
the bowels right, 25c at all drug
v Heitfsr loiigratlOB.
The fiscal year ending June 80,
1906, produced a record eclipsing
all former figurs on the subject
of immigration, according to the
annual report of theconi mission
er general of immigration. Dur
ing that period the report says,
the population of the United
was increased by the admission
of 1,100,785 immigrant alions,
and 65,618 non-immigrant -aliens
entered at its ports, making -the
total admissions 1,166,853.
increase over last year s reoora
of 1 059,755, (1,026,499 aliens
plus 83,256 transit,) was 106,598.
During -the fiscal year 1905,
11,480 aliens., were rejected and
during the past year 12,482. Of
the immigrant aliens, that is
those intending settling in the
United States, there were 764,468
males and 886,272 females.
Paper Will not Suspend,
On petition of stockholders
Judge Justice appointed a receiv
er for Congressman Blackburn s
pubiication, the Tar Heel, weekly
John Crouch was made receiver
giving a $5,000 bond. He is the
managing editor and says the pa-
per will not suspend, the object
being to reorganize the company
and pay off the present indebted
ness. Greensboro dispatch.
Chamlierlain's Ceugh Bemedy a Safe Medl-
cine for Children.
In buying a cough medioine for
children, never be afraid to buy
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
There is no danger from it, and
relief is always sure to follow.
It is intended especially for
coughs, colds, croup and whoop
ing cough, and there is no better
meduine in the world for these
diseases. It is not only a certain
cure for croup, but, when giveu
as soon as the croupy cough ap
pears, will prevent the attack, j
Whooping cough is not danger
ous when this remedy is given as
dircted. It contains no opium or
other harmful drugs, and may be
given as confidently to a babyjas
to an adult. .For sale by James
Plummer. Salisbury, and Spencer
Pharmacy, Spencer, N. O.
Eyery Dollar Pot
Are You Going to Need a New Bake, G
Mower, Harrow, or Cultivator q
This Season? ,
If you are we shall certainly appreciate an oppoi
tunity to figure with you on your requirements.
We carry a nice line at all times and can get for you
promptly anything we do not happen to have in
stock. Get repairs for Johnston Mower from us.
y you will feel more se
curity, have more pride
6 in your turnout if your
O harness is made of good
& material and presents a
9 good appearance. We
QUALITY,:STYLE and PRICE.
Call at our place, it
doesn't matter whether
you are ready to buy or
not. Look over out
line and when you are
ready you will know where to go.
We are going to sell some twohorse wagons
mighty cheap from now on: If you want one you
had better see what we aitroff ering before buying;
U5 E. ComcII Street, Sallsbirj, 9. C.
Therewere no new de
ment8 today as to the Blac
matter, but it may . be said
great positiveness that the Govern
or has his hands on the whole situ
ation and that he will take exact
ly the right action -at - the right
tima. He talks in a very cool and
conservative manner about the
matter. It is the comment here
by the general public that this af
fair marks the end of Blackburn,
so far as North Carolina is con
cerned. Your correspondence reported
the Republican convention here
many a year ago in which Black
burn, then a mere boy, made his
first appearance on so large a
stage, being introduced by some
older Republicans, with a great
flourish of trumpets as 'the
drummer-boy, who never knew
how te beat a retreat." He may
not have known how to beat them'
then, but hi surely has learned
since, for this week he has been a
little bit the greatest retreater
that North Carolina, , or for that
matter the whole country, has
ever known. There may be an
opening for him in the far West,
a prominent Republican said to
day, but he said he could not see
anything for him in this State,
unless it might be a hole in the
ground, and he would advise
Blackburn to pull that in after
him. This passing of Blackburn
will be the talk for many a long
day. Raleigh correspondence to
Another Negro Murder.
wasfshot and killed last r Wednes
day afcernoon near Spencer by
his brother-in-law, 'fJohu Buller.
Buller was arrested andjplaced
in jail to await the action of the
Suporior 'court.The coroner's
investigation did not bring to
light any enmity between the
men. Buller pointed a shot'gun
at the other man and threatened
to kill him, which he did at once.
DucEif en's Arnica Salvo
The Best Salve In The World.
buys honest materials
made up by skilled
work m e n , t h eref or e,
goods bought from us
are both stylish and
durable and we have
prices to correspond.
& Wagon Co.,
LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS
- With Tags About the Same
Color and Design As'
The quality of the genuine sun cured tobacco used in
REYNOLDS' Sun Cured and grown on soil where the best -sun
cured tobacco grows, has caused imitation brands to be
brought out and offered as the genuine Reynolds' Sun Cured
to unsuspecting dealers and chewers who do not look closely
at the printing on the box and on'the tag.
These brands only imitate the outward appearance and do
not possess the genuine inside quality that has been found in
Reynold's Sun Cured ever since Reynolds' Sun Cured was
introduced and which has so increased the chewing of sun
cured tobaccos and. proven so popular, that the word " Sun
Cured" is now printed on tags or in the advertising of many
bsands claimed to be genuine sun cured tobacco.
Did you ever see the word "Sun Cured" used in any
chewing tobacco advertisement, oi on any chewing tobacco
tag or label,.or in any other way, before it was introduced and
used to identify the genuine Reynolds' Sun. Cured ? v You see
it frequently now, because many imitation brands are being
.made to appear as nearly like Reynolds' Sun Cured as they
dare with tag, shape of plug and style of package so similar
that experienced buyers sometimes accept these imitations as
the genuine Reynolds' Sun Cured.
Don't be deceived into taking imitation brands for the
genuine. Be sure the letters on the tag spell " R-e-y-n-o-l-d-s'
Sun Cured," and you get the best value in sun cured chewing
tobacco that can be produced for chewers. Sold at 50c. per
pound in 5c. cuts ; strictly IOC. and 15c. plugs, with chewing
qualities Tike tha which was sold from 60c. to $1.00 per pound
before Reynolds Sun Cured was offered to the trade.
BE- SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE
i .Manufactured by
It J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C.
We all keep
You are invited
The Most Acceptable Gifts
Probably a Gift of this Kind would
be more Appreciated . At aiiy rate
te sure to come in and look over the
2 Mammoth Stock
O. pets, Rugs, Household and Office
Furnishings, 0 Chinaware,
Lamps, Toilet Sets,
etc., carried by me. '
We have a large and varied Assortment in Quali
ties and Prices. You are cordially invited
to give me a call. Very respectfully,
West Inniss Street.
Everybody to know that I carry a large and se
lect lim of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
and that I will greatly -appreciate
their patronage. Give me a trial order.
I VflUR TttTH !
Vr a m
are an important part of
care of your teeth and oa will live, longer and do more.
- we had no teeth we would have to eat spoon victuals, .which O
are not strengthening., No one is perfectly IioaHhy with de- 0
cayed teeth. More people suffer with indigestion from improp- Q
erly ohewed food than any other cause. Let us fix up those A
that are gone and extract (by our painless-method) those that A
cannot be saved. Oar prices are so. low you cannot afford to
risk injuring your health l y putting it off Now is the time to
ho 4- Via rtflAASQA itt txr-.ilr Afl "V -i
Q Office Honrs from 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
n Philadelphia Dental Ass'n., 122iN. main St.
to join us for J07
that may be of
of Furniture, Car-
vonr dieeativa economv. TalrA
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