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Local News Items
I There was a small fire yester
day at the Blfcckmer home on
Ho rah street. ' The kitchen
ciujjht fire from a hot stove but
the blaze was soon extinguished
by the firemen.
i' S. J. Shuping has been called
to Texas by the serious illness of
Mrs. Shupiug. It is stated that
her, condition is very critical.
A. B. Saleeby ha9 gone to Den -dron,
Va,, and will attend the
trial of the negroes charged witb
the murder of .his cousin, Joseph
Saleeby, several weeks ago.
Rev. D, H. Cowan will begin a
series of revival meetings at the
Spencer Methodist church next
Sunday, , ' 1
Solicitor Hammer was here
Saturday on his way home from
Albemarle, where he had been at
tending the Stanly Superior court.
B F. Thompson, of the Wood-
leaf neighborhood, ; is reported
quits ill from the effect of a
he received last week, iu his
i That old j ke about another
laundry for Salisbury, has been
biought to life again.
W. P. Thornton has gone to At
lanta with his family and is now
in a hospital there. His Salis
bury friends will hope for jhis
restoration to health.
ILast Thursday evening at the
First Baptist church, C. S. Minor
was ordained a deacon. Fev. J
Ni Stallings preached the sermon
and Rev J. M. Dunaway, of
Spencer, delivered the chargo.
J. A. Miller, a prominent far
mer of the Mocksville neighbor
hood, was in the. city today. He
he- has just butchered
pig, - a little over two years pio
that weighed 625 pounds. He
killed another at the same time,
the two weighing 1050 pounds.
Miss Ludana Van Poole and T.
... , i
L. File, both of the county, were
married last week by Rev. H. A.
Trexler, at the home of Irving A.
There was a meeting of the Bar
Association Saturdav afternoon
at the office of the Superior Court
clerk, for the purpose of making
of the calendar for the Feb maty
term of court. .
The Boston Specialty Shoe Co.,
has an important ad. in this issue
concerning a "Quick Shoe Sale.;"
Mr. Burt always prepares inter
esting ads. and the one referred
to is no exception. Any one in
terested in the purchase of shoes
should read the story this ad. tells.
We have a communication from
"Bob,' asking for certain in
formation which we do nst hap
pen to hays on tap now. We will
be ready for him in our next issue.
O. D. Davis has gone to Jack
son Springs where he expects to
spend several weeks, His friends
hope he wilLreturn home fully
restored to health.
The Globe Department ior
has an ad. in this issue calling at
. tet-cioii to the Great Disposal
Sa'K which is still going on
th r. The concern is selling
gc at bargain prices and are
giving satisfaction to their many
customers. If. you are needing
anything in their line it may pay
you to drop around and see what
tbey have to offer you.
In Hard Lock.
er.jwas found Frida
sou's woods by ft
Neighbor said he had been lying
in the woods since Wednesday
night, when he was robbed, . beat
en and left for a corpse. The man
showed evidence of having been
roughly handled for his face had
been mauled almost, to a jelly
The victim had been on. a spree
th tt night. He knows nothing as
to the identity of his assailants.
The storv of Neighbor is not
credited by the officers, who think
it likely ho wan hart in a drunken
U" Mm Snffar.
On Monday afternoon -fire '.'de
stroyed th Stanford Seminary,
at" Livingstone College, which has
been used as a dotuito
ry. The origin of the fire is
not known , The , loss is
stated to be about $7,000 with no
insurance. The fire companies
went out as soon as the alarm was
given, but the distance to be
traveled and the disadvantage of
getting, sufficient water pressure
there, rendered their services .f
little avail. They worked hard,
however, and did all that could
be done. The furniture was all
burned, and many of the students
lost all their wearing apparel.
The faculty of the college has the
sympathy of the community in
their heavy loss.
The New Store.
The new store' of V. Wallace and
Sous has been completed, and the
wholesale department is being fill
ed with goods. The building is
equipped in the most modern
style. They have a fire exting
uishing apparatus which will soon
subdue any small fire without the
aid of the firo department. A
visit to the building and an in
spection ot it will satisfy any one
of the care that has followed its
construction from the foundation.
Hurt in a Runaway.
Dr. J. A. Caldwell and J H.
Bailey had an unpleasant experi
ence a few days since. The two
were . driving in a buggy and oh
Long street the horse took fright.
The auimal jumped an embank
ment, and passed under a wire
catching Mr. Bailey under the
chin and occasioning him much
personal discomfort. He was bad
ly scratched and bruised and Dr.
Caldwell also received a number
A Wonderful Happening.
Pert Byron, N. Y., has witness
ed one of the most remarkable
case6 of healing ver recorded.
Amo? P. King, of that place says:
''Bucklen's Arnica Salve cn-ed h.
sore on my leg with which I had
suffered over 80 years I am now
85 " Gnarnteed to cure all sores.
by all druggists. 25c.
Opens ep Another Field.
Rev. R. E. Neighbor has secured
the use of the, church building on
North Lee street, opposite the Lu
theran cemetery, and will conduct
revival service there Mr.
Neighbor preached his first ser
mon there last Sunday afternoon
at 8:80, and has since preached
there twice a day, in the afternoon
and at 7:80 p. m.
Three ways are used
for curing and preparing their to
bacco for the market; namely sun
cured, air cured and flue cured.
The old and cheap way is called air
cured; the later discovery and im
proved way is called flue cured.
In flue curing the tobacco is taken
from the fields and racked in barns
especially built to retain heat and
there subjected to a continuous high
temperature, produced by the direct
heat of flame heated flues, which
brings out in the tobacco that
stimulating taste and aroma that
expert roasting develops in green
coffee. These similar processes give
to both tobacco and coffee the cheer
ing and stimulating quality, that pop
ularizes their usel
The quality of tobacco depends
much on the curing process and the
kind of soil that produces it, as ex
pert tests prove that this flue cured
R. J. EKYNOJLDS TOBACCO OMPANY, WlNSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Neviewelry Store ; : :
The business and stock of goods,
fixturei! etc;, formStiy owned and ',
controWel iy f W - ' P. Thorioii,
nas oeeni sow, ana wiu", oe re
o pen ed f or . bus n ess at the-iame
stand, No. 104 North Main St.
The purchasers are at this time
unknown, but the business willbe
conducted and; carried on as the
Salisbury J- velry Go. The st r.?
will be re-stocked with a big line
ft $ Tca now rrrr a a t q nnrrtna
, , ' .. ,
llen watcn ma&er put in cnarge pernor tJo irt of Kowan county, in the
who will be able io do a tine class i special proceegng entitled D. Q. Mc
. . , Clean, W. A. McClean et al. vs. John
of repairing. H. F. Wilhelm, j Miller and wife Maggie Miller. John
Who was formerly with Mr. Thorn- j Templeton et al the undersigned,
ton will be in charge for the pres
Builds up waste tissue, pro
motes appetite, improves diges
tion, induces refreshing sleep,
gives renewed strength and health.
That's what Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea does. 85 ceuts Tea
or tablets T. W. Grimes Drug Co.
OTHERS READ THIS
DAUGHTER OP C W. STUMP
Mrs. C. W. Stump of Canton, Ohio,
writes: "I wish I coul induce every,
mother who has a weak, sickly child
to try that delicious cod liver prepar
ation, Vinol. Our little daughter was
pale, thin and sickly. r
"We tried various medicines, but
without any benefit whatever, and
she could not take cod liver oil or
emulsions, as they nauseated her and
upset her stomach.
"Learning that Vinol contains all
the medicinal and strength-creating
properties or cod liver oil, but with-
out the disagreeable oil, we decided to
iry u, ana tne results were marvel,
ous, so quickly was she restored to
health and strength.
"We have never sold a medicine
equal to Vinol for delicate children.
-.T. W. Grimes Drug Co
4 Per Cent.
We pay 4 per cent, on money in
savings department, adding the
interest to the principal every 90
days, and offer every safe guard to
the depositors. "
We also lon money or real es
tate an4 personal security.
THE PEOPLES' BANK AMD TRUST CO.
D. R. Julian, J. D. Norwood,
P. H. Thompson, J. A. Peeler,
A High "Point dispatch says
that Trinity High School at Trin
ity in Randol ph county has . been
in a state .of -.suspension for some
days owing to , disagreements be
twee, the ;headm aster, Prof, Hen
ry, and some Qf his teachers and
120 studeuts walked out on a sort
of strike. It is reported that the
citizens "f the town took sides in
Sale ol Valuable Farm lands for Partition.
! By virtue of a judgment of the Su
public auction for cash on
- Saturday, February 16th,: 1907,
on the premises of the lands -hereinafter
described, at the hour ofl2M.,
the following lands ituate in Atweli
Township, Row an county :
Beginning at a stake in said Ma
clean's line, thence N. 83 deg. E 69
poles to a stake near J. Deaton's corn
er, thence with his line South 1 deg.
E. 148 pules to a sta"ke, in G. G Mc
Knight's line, thence S! 48 deg. V. 53
pol' s to a black oak, his corner; then -e
with his line N. 6 deg, W. 72 poles to
a stake, thence 86 deg. Wi 23 poles
to a state, G. W. McOlean's line, thence
with his line, N, 1 dpg. W. 106 poles
to the beginning, containing 58 acres
mor or Jess, adjoining the lands of E.
T, Goodman, Mact Rodgers, Lock Mc
Knight, Ed Deaton et al.
A second tract, adjoining the above,
bpgini.ing pt a hickory, in G. D. Kc-
! Knight's 1 ne and running E crossing
creek 4 poles to an apple tree, form
erly a hick ry.'G. G. McKnight's corn
er, thence li deg. W. 328 poles to
a stone, Mack Rodger's corner, thence
with his corner 22 poles to maple,
thence S. 19 deg. V. V poles to a
stone, thence 8. 75 deg. W. 20 ToL-si to
a stcne, thence S. 3 deg. E 259 p Aes
to the beginning, containing 119 acres,
more or less.
A third tract, adjoining the above,
bt ginning at a ston, on Melon's corner
-n Mf'Ciean's line and runs thence S.
36 ch.ins to a stone on McKnjght's line,
thence W 137 chains to a stone,
thence N 1 deg. W. 36, 12J cliains to
a stone an old line, thence E. 2.50
chairs to the beginning, containing 7
This Jan. 16th, 19C6.
D. Q MoCLEAN,
John L. Rendlbman , , Attorney. '
MORTGAGE SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Pursuant to the provisions contained
in a Mortgage Trust Deed, executed
February 26th, 1906, tnd registered in
I book of Mortgages No 27, page 294, by
Sarah V . ivord, to the undersigned, to
st cure the payment.of a certain note
d scribed in said Mortgage ' Trust Deed,
default having bee v -made in the pay
ment of said debt which safd Mortgage.
wa given to secure, th under igned
wil- sU for cash atpublro auction at the
Court Houe door in Salisbury, XC,
. cn Saturday, February 16th, 1907,
at the hour of 12 M , the following de
scribed real estate: - :i
Beginning at a stake, corneV to No.
20, and runs thenct South 3.52 chains
to a stake, thence West 8,16i chains to
a stake thence North 3.61; chains to a,
stake in Barker's lifle, thence with his
line South degfEast 8.62 chains
to the beginning,' save and fexcept a
lot sold to John W. Kisher. registered
in Book No. 89, pag 180. Alab another
lot to John Kerns and wife, registered
in Book No. 101. page 470, conveyed by
the said Sarah V. Ford to secure the
debt provided for in said mortgage.
This Jan. 14th, 1907.
JAS. D. DORSETT,
mortgagee and trustee,
John L Rbkdlemak, att orney.
tobacco, grown in the famous Pied
mont region, requires and takes less
sweetening than tobacco grown in
any other section of the United States
and has a wholesome, stimulating,
juicy, full tobacco taste that satisfies
tobacco hunger. That's why chewers
prefer Schnapps, because Schnapps
cheers more than any other chewing
tobacco, and that's why chewers of
Schnapps pass the good thing . along
one chewer makes other chewers,
until the fact is established that
there are more chewers and more
pounds of tobacco chewed to. the
population in states where Schnapps
tobacco is sold than there are in
those states where Schnapps has not
yet been offered to the trade.
A ioc. plug of Schnapps is more
economical than a much larger ioc.
plug of cheap tobacco. Sold at 50c.
per pound in 5c. cuts. I Strictly 10
and 15 cent plugs.
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loth, iithFand u 5ts.t '
WASHINGTON, D. C.
It embraces household wares of the best grades only, and it?
affords an opportunity tq secure the best possible values in. the
worthy kinds of Chinaware, Glassware and the several other!
classes cf household needs. We offer from our regular stok
many articles at specially low prices. We also offer several
lotsjof new goods purchased from manufacturers at reanced
- i i! 11.. f 1 1 -i
pricei especially ior inis sale.
Souvenir Plate Special.
? Attention is invite to the 10
fnch Washington Souvenir
Plate, decorated in dark bine.
U, S. Capitol appearing in the
land Navy, Washington Monu-
ment appearing in border.
We offer these at the special
price of 35c each.
Also a lot of cups and saucers
in same design at the special
priC6Qf 25c complete.
Imported Decorated Su
gar and Cream Special.
We offer a lot of iDeccrated
Sugar and Cream sets of French,
Uerman and Japanese ware, in.
viting special attention to those'
marked at $1 a Set.
We offer an All-over decora?
t.Afl Janfltioaa fihino Patton in.
viting especial attention to the
price at which it is marked.
Wele 2)c.,ld platG8' ,0.
Tea plates, 15c. Were 25c.
Breakfast plates, 25c.
Cups and Saucefs, 25c.
Chocolate cups and Saucers
20c. Were 25c.
Sugar and Cream Sets. 35c.
Side Dishes, 10o. Were 15c.
Chocolate pots, 75c. Complete with mica . protector.
Were$lj.00. 50c each.
Imported Black Chiffon Broadcloth.
At $2.50 the yard. Instead ot $3 50. ,
A recent purchase enables ns to offer this exquisite light
weight chiffon broad cloth at a dollar less than the usual pHce.
It is a beautiful lustrous black, very light in weight, epot proof
and is spongpd and shrunk ready for the ntedle. 54 in. wide.
FOR CASH ONLY,
no trading of old vehicles,
one of the largest and best
selected stocks of fine and
medium grade vehicles
ever seen in Salisbury, at
PRICES that will move them.
We make this offer for the
reason that we must 'move
some of our goods immedi
ately to secure storage room.
Eem ember that you have a
the next six weeks.
1 15 E. Council Street.
llrhEoiy Sff apnCo. 1
' s r
Imported 6 Pioco
Water Set Special.
We offer a lot of Water sets,
in assorted stylyes and decor-
atlon8'.at a Pnce usually asked
for plain glass. 65c, 85c,
$1-00 and $1.50 set. ,
Were $1.00, $1.25 to $2 00.
Carpet Sweepers, '
0f known reliability. Sweep-
ers that afford service and satia-
faction: sweepers that, tnough
not the cheapest in pri s.et. are
easy the most economical.
Bissell, National Sterling.
. ' . . t , ?
$1-0 to $5.00 each. Repair
paTts supplied. ;
Gas Heating Stoves. ."
Serviceable, practical, f pre
sentable. Especial attention is
invited to those with aluminum
nmsn. 91.uux09i.1u ea.
Radiators, aluminum finish.
$1-75 and $2.00 each. .
Oil Heating Stoves, 'r ,
That will notsmoke. $3.00
to $4.50 each.
Candle Shade Linings.
For silvercandle shades : as-
soTted colors, with bead fringe: