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January 19th, 1907 two yc ung
gentlemen the same day. A gran
itercatter at Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Hoffner's, and a carpenter at Mr.
and Mrs. George F. Howard!.
J. B. Ea'ruhard-. starts to school
t Orescent Monday. .,
Luther Miller has started up
his corn mill again.
W. S. Earnhardt has finished
up the handsome residence ri
Will'Cauble, near Dunn's Mount-
W, S. -jEarnhardt has the con
tract, aua is building the public
school house at Dunn's Mountaii
1 John Corl and familymoved to
Faith January 17th, where M
Corl has a position'as foreman a
Milas StirewaltV livery stable.
We met Mr. and Mrs. Brother
Bartlette, from Dunn's Mountain.
ii Faith, Friday. '
Bincbam Fink is very sick trt
his home. t
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Lawson McCombs has opened n
Stephen Davis has gone to visit
his mother at Hemp, N C.
j Thomas., Bird's little girl
! D; A. Wiley's hi rse died TueE
i C. A. Lyerly is visiting in Faitl .
it Rev. C. P. Fisher helped to fool
the Rev. W. R Davis, the Bap
tist minister. He invited Mr.
Davis to take abuggy ride and
When they returned, they foui d
a drod, of his members from
Dunn's Mountain and Faith Bap
'iist churches, with a long table
full of many good things te eat.
The! day, January 16th, was the
Occasion of Rev Davia' 26th birtl:
dayf and a pleasant time was
pent by those pTesen t;- l
Lawson Ludwick has been maf-
ried J-l ws and has 8eveu:chi!-
ehildren. Mek Underwood hte
been married .18 vears aud has six
ohildreU?' 'jJVriall met Sunday
. . at Mr. Under wo dlsad took din
;ptier together,-for therat tim?
since they were - married: x Mrs.
; Uubderwoed is a sistet of Sfr,
Ludwickl They often visited but I
neyer all got together before.
j Mr. and Mrs. Andy Basingwr, of
Salisbury, were visiting in Faith,
I Gh. W. Gardner, our deputy
sheriff, has received an order for
a big lot of granite window sills.
Five wells are being dug this
week, at different places in and
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. xvev. j. r. risner nas gone
down to his bid home at Mount
Pleasant, to spend the week,
1 The J. T. Wyatt Co. just re?eiv
. ed $1805.10, part payment on one
job of granite worty. Out of this
the Southern Railway Co. receive?
."$385,04, and this is not one
third of the job nnwb?ing filled.
:. :!; Venus.
BOLD KNOB. . '
" -I January 19th.
It seems as if spring- will "ojen
with the new year this time, but
no . doubt winter is yet on the road
somewhere. ! v ;
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The farmers have been taking
advantage of the! fine weather and
are ploughing their corn ground.
Some aro preparing to sow spring
oats. I . -
. 3y M. Proctor contemplates
moving to Salisbury , this spring.
We are sorry to loe Mr. Proc.i
tor's family an trust they will
decide to remain with us.
i Clarence and Bob Phillips have
returned to Trinity Park School .
Henry C. Park left last Sunday
flight for Greensboro. From that
place he goes to Chester, S. C , to
take up his work at that place,
Haryey Park nnd Miss Maggie,
spent last Saturday and Sunday
near Barber, visiting friends and
Miss Frances Trexler and moth
er have returned home, aft e r
spending several weeks visiting in
Salisbury. 5 j
Mrs. S. Kluttz hasjbeen on the
sick list this weeks.
Rev. K D. Bodie will preach
for the good people at St. Ptter'e,
ou the firtt Sunday in February.
There will be j a congregational
meeting at 1 :80 o'clock on the
same day, the j sermon at 2:80.
The meeting of t the congregation
will be for the purpose of calling
a pastor. All the membfrs are
requested to be present..
' tten)f FRiod at Cincinnati. '
Cincinnati; Jan. 19.- There is
no sign !of relief from the flood.
The stage of; the. river here is
62 feet, the highest since 1884
The lower portions of the city
are flooded. . '
Bridges are xcut ff except the
narrow : foot oassants and a lew
more inches will close the gap.
The town o California is report
ed completely under water
In Newport it is estimated that
5,000 people are homeless and al
A Memorable Day.
One of the days we remember
with pleasure as well as with prof
it to our health, is thene on
which we became acquainted with
Dr. KingTs New "Life Pills, the
painless purifiers that cure head
ache nnd biliousness, and keep
the bowels right. 25c at all drug
ChinSerlaifl's Ccugli RsmefiYSifHed!-
cine far Chtitfrea. ; ; r - . ?
In buying a cough medicine t or
children, uever be af raul U buy
Chamberlain's Cough' Remedy.
There is no danger from it. and
relief is i always -sura- to follow.
It is inteuded ; especially f or
coughs, colds, croup and w hoop
ing cough, and theie is nox better
medi.'fne in the wor'd for these,
diseases.. It is not only ff"certaiu
cure for croup, but, when given
as : soon as the croupy cough ap
pears, will, prevent the attack.
Whooping cough is not danger
ous when thia .remedy is given as
dircted It contains no opium or
other harmful rugs, and may be
given as confidently to. a bahyfas
to an adult. For saie by James
Plummer. Salisbury; and Spencer
Pharmacy, Spencer, N. C. '
l SALISBURY DRY
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THE BEST FOB
On a Charge ot Peonage.
Roanoke, V., Jan, 19 Gio
vani Saruli, a railroad contract- r,
filling a contract with the Tide
waver Railroad Company near
Roanoke, was arrested yesterday
ona charge of peonage ?y United
States Deputy Marshall Alif in
Bedford county and brought here,
where he. was bailed by United
States Commissioner White iu the
sum of $1,000 for his appearance
at a hearing here January 25
The charge was preferred by
Filemone Seneca, an Italian bank
r of Philadelphia. It is alleged
that Saruli held a dozen Italian
laborers against their will and
placed an armed guard over them,
with instructions to shoot them if
they attempted to get away. . The
men escaped at night and went to
Philadelphia, where they recited
their experience to Seneca. The
latter, it is said, places labor with
con ractors. oyer the country
Rock, Jan. 21st
Farmers have made good., use of
the warm weather have' done a
great deal of plowing.
Considerable building is going
on this winter, j " j :.
J. F. Park sojd Drs. Goodman
and Bowers a fine mare,- splendid
driter. M-r Park' after selling
t his mare, bought a mule.
We are havng a very good
school this winter the best for a
Robert Josey ; and Lula Gasky
wore married yesterday at Mr.
Josey 's home near Rock's Grove
church. t '
Rev. Ayecock, of China Grove,
delivered his flrst sermon at
Rock's Groveyesterday afternoon,
and will be back again the 8rd
Sunday of Feb., at 8 p. m,
A studio is being" erected at
Clark's store, and Shive and
Weaver are the photographers,
who strive to produce the, finest
effects. j .
Lif ed 38 Yeart Without Stomacli.
. It was made public today that
Wylie Teamaugh, 88 years old,
f rmir New York concert hall sin
ger who died here a few days ago
upposedly of consumption, had
uo ptumach, He had a freakish
four-cornered pouch iu his chest,
back of his heart, and the esophd
gus, or food pipe, connected with
this pouch, and also .connected
with the heart, or rather, the
sick in which the heart lies
When he died his heart was- full
of food. '!
This is thfr first case of its kind
on record ai d surgeons are unable
to explain how a man could live
88 years in that condition: Cin
T. M.C. A; H.spital.
- The Spencer Y; C. A. has fit
ted up a couple I of rooms in its
new building, that will be devot
ed to hospital purposes. If a
mau is ourt on the yards at Spen
cer Ue will be taken there for
treatment. If his case is very se
rious he will be transferred to the
I sanitorium here,! otherwise he will
Saruli declares there is nothing I remain there until able to resume
AslL for the Genuine
And i eo that you tfet what
yoix aoK for
The larg ely increased demand for Sun Cured
tobacco, createa and sustained by the distinctive
quality of the original Reynolds' Sun Cured tobacco,
has encouraged other manufacturers to place on the
market imitation brands and tags which are made to
look so near like the genuine Reynolds' Sun Cured
that unsuspecting chewersand dealers receive -the
imitations under the belief that they are getting the
genuine Reynolds'' Sun Cured tobacco.
Look close and seethat the letters on the tag
spell R-e-y-n-o-l-d-s' Sun Cured, and you cannot
be deceived in getting what you ask for and want,
the best vatue for your money that caabe produced
from the genuine Sun Cured tobacco, grown where
the best sun-cured tobacco grows.
ASK FOR "REYNOLD
and see that you get the original and genuine Sun
Cured tobacco. .
It's like you formerly got, before Reynolds'
Sun Cured was offered to the trade, costing from
60c to $1.00 per oound, andis sold at 50c per
pound in 0c - cus,jstrictly 10 ahd :15 cent plugs.
It J. nETO0U)S TOBACCO CO., Viiutonilem, H. C.
at less tkaxi Manufac
and save 35cts to
Si.OO oh the Fair.
We must cloBe out some lines of Staple SHOES at
much less than they are worth -to make-room for our
recent purchases. .
If yt)u don't need Shoes now it will pay you to take
Advantage of these prices and lay them away till you
do need them. Special Prices on Big Lots to mer
chants. - . s
60PUUW PRICE FOOT WEAR!
TERMS STRICT IY CASH rfx
M. G. McCURDY, Manager,
North Mam Streets Salisbury, N. C.
We are negotiating with a firm for the purchase of
a wonderful clock that will yauk a man out ol bed in
the morning at the right minute, dress him, pull on
his shoes and lace them up while a special attachment
attends to lighting thq fi e aud getting breakfast. 7
Meanwhile the best we can give you is a
' Ropoating Alarm 0o6hf
which breaks in on your dreams every two minutes
untiVyou get up and stop it. Then the joke is On you.
They cost $1.75. and are worth it. . -
(SORr.TArJ & GREEN,
LEADING JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS,
Harion, N. C.
1 0 Salisbury, Sponcor,
The time has come for na 6 be
gin to make room for our large
spring Hue, which will be coming
in in a few weeks, , and to reduce
the stock without unnecessary de-
lay we will give prices sufficient i'to
.interest every who will visit our
2000 yard8 6c ginghams per yd 5c '
Good quality heavy outing, yd 5c
Yd-wide linbl'Ghed sheeting yd 5c
Ladies' vest heavy qual it v, 15o
$2.00 ooxiLprts at . . i . . . $1 50
Blankets, pr pair, . . 50c to $6
Remnants " in 5 pound , bund le9, !
per bundle, . . . .. .. $1 QO
Big discount on all
Shoes and Clothing.
Come to Bee us whether you
tend to buy or not. Welcome.
T. fl. Kesler Manager,
Opposite Court House Salisbury, N. C.
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Are Things that may be of
Probably a Gift of this Kind would
be more Appreciated. At any rate
be sure to come in and look over the
9 Mammoth Stock of Furniture, Car
pets, Rugs, Household and Office
Furnishings, 0 China ware,
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 rue a call. Very respectfully,
West Innis? Street:
One of the Best General Line' m of Furniture
r in the State can be found at
, 108 West Innips. wHere you are
Invited to. call when iir need of such goods.
jjtt tfcffuftrpes. his ifork.