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a grain of real Coffee,1- remember,
im Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee, vat
its flavor and taste matches closed
lv old Java and Mocha. Coffee. If
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Health - Coffee It is wholesome,
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safe even for the youngest child.
Bold by N. P. Murphy, i .". ; . T
Do you pin your hat to your
own hair? Can't do it?
Haven't enough hair? It must
be you do not know Ayer'i
Hair Vigor! Here's an intro
duction ! May the acquaint
ance result in a heavy growth
of rich, thick, glossy hair!
list this splendid hair-food,
stop your falling hair, and get
rid of, your dandruff.
Th best kind of a testimonial
"Sold for over sixty years."
Kate try r. c. Arm Co., ijoweii.
Alio auau&otaxwrs of
PILLS. - '
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS.
For every bushel of good
N6, 2 milling wheat, 401bs of
floor and. 141bs of bran will
A fine water power enables
to do this.
Jan. 0th, 1907. ftt.
Rothrock Roller Mills.
,Of course you're not, uu
lsss you have put in years of
study. That's what we have
done. That's why we cau to
day positively guarantee Che
quality of the goodi we at 11.
It yom are not drug wise
yom'll have to depend upon a
druggist's word for thequal-
itj of jour drug purchases.
You can dspend upon, us
very time for quality, puri
ty, accuracy and perfect ser
vioe. -May we be your drue-
SALISBURY ;DRU6 CO.,
116 N. Main St.
: If you . haye .-any money idle or
IYlIK tZ- tri
d it for you, Pirst Mortgage on
SeafEstate, taking the : mortgage
and note in your name, and in sdU
; dition give you the 3
WRITTEN 6UARANTEE V
:p of our Company that both princi-
h pal and interests will be paid .
I IN FULL - '
at they fall' due. -
u n.t assume all risk and -stand luotniagcan moiest,us ormakeus
! wiiwnq von ana DossiDie loss. i
i : Our guarantee h as : more than
IJO,000 back pt it; and, loans
j Blade through our Company -har
DOUBLE TH( SECURITY OF a BANK
t paying yon all the time. yl
- I.lcCobblns & Harrison Co.,
- 5Pnid in capital $20,000, Loaui;
. Keal EstateFite and Life Ineur-
-anee, Salubtny. N. , i, w
UCZlIen a Arnica SalVO
V XX CsSyo to W'Zt .
H Hello 1 we are more ; than glad
to hear f roni Brb? Bartleite. Now
giveusFyour sid;ters let us
hear from you more regularly
A very dear friend " of "urs ask
ed,rus othe cthsHdaywhy wedid
not writeH more when we sent in
news; N6w we would like to say
right here that as last yeskrwas a
hard year on crops, andl especial
ly so with the "news" crop, which
was very late, that we don't like
to pull our news before it gets ripe,
Dcn't you think dear sister, that
when our news is scarce that we
don't tell all we know, for we tell
all we know and heaps of things
we never expect to know.
On the first Sunday in Febru
ary the members of St. Peter's
E. L. Church extended a call to
Rev. J, A. Linn, of Rockwell, as
supply pastori Rev. Linn ac
cepted the call and will preach to
us on the first and third Sundays
in each mouth.
Miss Clara Proctor, who taught
the kindergarten class at the Gold
Knob school, closed her school
last Saturday. Miss Clara taught
a successful term and gained the
love of all the little ons who at
tended the class. Miss Lucy Bar
rier will have control of the whole
Some time ago some one 'broke
in the Dutch Creek Roller Mill
near this place, and stole from the
cash box $15 or $20. He made
good his escape.
Archie Holshouser had a barn
covering last week.
fBrp. Bart., if you find any o
boys wandering around ycur i
6ri who can't give the counter
aign, jnst tag tuem ana turn tnem
William Proctor, of Salisbury
visited in our town last week
Uncle Andrew Barger is farm
ing some. He has ordered some
wheat which will produce from 50
to 60 bushels to the acre. This
i looking O. K. Now he has got
oats the heads of which will meas
ure 25" inches. Golly, wouldn't
those oats make lawyers?
P. H. Lyerly, of this plaoe. has
accepted. a -position as clerk with:
B. A. Fesperm n , at tiock wel 1 .
We can't report any weddings
because we have had no preacher
to tie the knot; 4mfc-'very body is
wall and livingW,t the same.
Xno. Waller and family spent
Saturday and Sunday at Barber,
; Geo. and John Lyerly will spend
Sunday in town if nothing breaks
W will present the editor with
the gavel this weak. ..
- Say," let's have a ' correspond
ent's contest. What shall it be?
Put on your thinking cap. It
us bear from Grandpa Venus and
Uncle Sam Snort; Just : tell the
editorVbat you have . in view but
don't sill talk t-oiiCd.! We want
tororinvr the correspndfc nts
from all points. --Where ; ia BrOi.
Dick; :of Roctwell ? ; Old man 'get
the moss off your back r and cbme
?The jjjo. u; A. Mat
well, , will soon -be prepared -to
baiJd:. their: large hall ; at that
place. The plans are in the hands
ot the committee and work will
begin :as early - as arrangements
can Be made. The building will
be 80x60f eet. 22 f eet high. - We
hope that by spring-that we will
be safe iu our own quarters were
Croupcan " dfitiraly be ' itop
ped id 20 miDutaa No vomiting
-nothiDgto -aicten :or distress
yopr child. , A iweet, pleasant
and safe Syrup, called lr. Shoop's
Croup '.Core, dees the work and
does it quickly.". Dr. - Shoo p's
Croup Gore ife f or.Croup alone, r
me xnberv It . doea - not claim " to
cure a dozen ailments. It's for;
Croup, that's all. Soli by Grimes
Drug Store.- 1
: . February 13th.
Cf; Miss Pearlie Lingle and Miss
Mabel Farmer are visiting .; M iss
PeaJrlie's sisters in Salis'ury this
;jfMisses Katie and; Eliza Fesper
mian are- siok at their: home near
If the people do not soon get a
railroad into Faith, they will
build one themselves. :
Another farmer has sold out,
retired from farm life and mo ved
to Faith to live. This tima it is
Green B. Slier, an. old Confeder
ate soldier. He is , living with
his , daughter and his sbnjn-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Beaver. He
is 76 years old and is looking for
a valentine on the 14th because
it is his birthday.
. " . ,
. We: see that our State would
have honest laws and they would
begin to loosen their grjp on a
great many things that want a,
tight grip. Now let me say that
just as lore as the people send
young lawyers to make the laws,"'
that long the grip will be there,
If we had 'the whipping post Jaw
it would be a grip curer and crime
reducer. But that would do for
those that want the grip. But if
we want to be squeezed like lem-
ons just follow those . who have
their grip on you, new brought
about by a Republioin policy to
what itever did through a Demo-
oratio policy. Let me say to eve-
rv Watchhak reader, reffardl..
ofhow you voted in the last elec-
tion. don't von think our monov.
in a large measure, is beinglegis- cod of uing his office for fur
lated into the hands of a few, therauce of private ends should
while the masses nav it. W old
Republicans admire the Watoh-
HAN for its stand inpjalHicTfor a
square deal, AuiMWi &e to
hear from those wXbJffer from
us in politics, Mftrhat thy
think of the grip in Raleigh on
Republican money. My own
opinjon is that if the present leg-
islature Tnsteaa of getting the
grip, would have only passed three
asts and then adjourned, it
would have done more for the
masses of the people thatto get
the grip. They formulated a bill
to go before the people for , them
to ratify, "to extend thegrand-
uier clause m me sunra g e
amenament to ivu. ine second
. 1 . A tf-VAA I
one to repeal tne nomestuad law,
t.l 1 . . I
u le-wwiun me
whipping post. 3ut -if we study
iu:. -ii n , , l
w w411-.ee : me grip is nara
.v, BC. A.uemwa
me at.unnstmas tnat he voted
uur.piweui, iKigiators anane
A k 1.1 -i r -ir J
cents, i ou .
MO ' " um u "emocraiie, grip
a long time.
A- -A A.. :
J- bwotb ib xjaraiy as ciear
" ib m,Sut , out possiniy trie
' -1 l - ..... .. - I
XWPW0 eir styre.
X Rai for Smugglers. f
Bren such tricks as hiding jew
Is .in hollow shoe heels or swaK
owing diamonds cannot longer ye
depended on to cheat the custom
oflBcials, In the French govern-
ment test 6t the X ray detectives
of Alphonse ie Roux, persons rep- i
resenting smuggling passeugers
hate been'- examined without re-
tuovai ui ciuimug or any. lpuiffin-
tv: beino dfttainfid nffiw minnto.
before the apparatus, and so r.ap
id ir the process that 157 persVuts
received attention in forty-five
minues On these individuals
were articles of many kinds rari-jrnsIv:-concaaled,
revealed in the fining of a man's
coat, rings in the hem of ai wo
man s skirt, a t in y locket under a '
young man's tongue, watch chains
and a bracelet... in the coils, of Ia:
wuujuu b uair, cara cases id a
man's shoes, and ev
proving the usefuln.
man's shoes, and even buttn8
loess of. this ma-
Philadelphia Ledfiar. v j
SEMATOR.BAILEY'S CASE, i r ly:
? It was stated today,- by a;irial
who claimed to know, j that7 one
aud possibiy, more f : the" Demo
cratic Seiatpir8woud etbexv
cludf : Senato r B ai 1 ey .' f rpjm:
Democratic ; caucus, .;De - mad
the statemeijtliat Iptiofby
Dem crati of tho Senate had s tatt
ed positively that ;Jie ftwoqld' hot
be willing - to en ter - the caucus
with the Texan: Senator, and that
he would vote to exclude him - .
.Shortly afterwards "it Was learn
ed that Senator Bailej, despitf
the'eharges which have been made
against him with so mucn circum
stantiality and which ar now
being investigated by a commit V
of the Texas Legislature, is sti ! '
candidate for the position of ti
minority leadership of the Senate
An effort was made toda' to as
certain the feeliug of the Demo
cratic Senators towards Senator
Bailey. It was impssiblei to in
duo any of thein to talk for pub
Picatiou. But several did not
heiitate to express their diap
proval of thft course of the Sna
tor from Texas in at fiwt denying
every charge made agai'ist him,
and then admitting their truth
and explaining them, and in his
refusing to permit an iuvestiga
tion was forced, in limiting its
,0P ,0 greatly" to make it loot
dangerously like a farce. 4
There is very, strong likelihood
an attempt being made to have
ihe Sente audertake to invetti
ate the c0' against Senator
Bailey. The investigation would
no kve any reference to the onf-
ow being conducted in Txas. -Ii
December, 1905, Senator Bailey
himself, in fpeakiwg in faor of
ht resolution to exclude Senator
Burton, saii that the verdict of
thf coun should not end the mat
er oenator woo wasac-
nofe sit in the Senate. Senator
Teller, following Penator Bailey,
declared that the courts might
find a man Dot sjuilty'-of a serious
charge, and yet his guilt might be
crtain, and that a verdict of a
Court 8bonld ne t preclude the
Senate from conducting an iu-
A senatorial investigation intc
the charges against; Senator Bail-
y wou-d be more searching than
the one now being conducted at
AuBtill-Washiugtou Special to
AgliRSt Frit Sill.
President C. S. Barrt.k -of t.h
wational Farmers' Union, in
interview here .declared emphati
cally iu favor of the defeat ot the
?nTtirnmpnt fr(lft hni hvt.u
Tjuited States Senate. He depre-
cated the fccti0nof the House in
nvArP;n, th ro -t ,k.
cultural; committee. He said :
-The whole custom is a graft
Dur9 .and .jmDie. Evrv
knows tiat if it was not for nn
I itma 1 - effof ftio rrnvantm .
e -o- - - v..-wM..u
tbit needles, annronriktion. ' TrT
ar, can b- ftnntPniftd hv; f0.
seeds - d istributed by the ebvern-
ment and the farmers themselves
have answered this
ti m e a nVd
gini by 'taking emphatic posi
tion arainmSthrs form of graft.
There is no fairmer in the couu
try who d4ei uot see clearly into
this vote-gettiiig scheme. Jh a
seed game fras.played out and the
money could bti appropri a ted
much 2more,vadvantageous l,y by
givmgVit to' agricultural schools
iuuu i ahbu, vi.,
To- stop a cold with "Pn veu-
tics is safer than . to let-it run
and cure it afterwards. Taken at
the "sneeze- .stage"" Preveu 1 1 c a
will head oft' alJ colds and Grippe
and perhaps save yotr trom Pneu
monia or ?Bronchiti8.. Prevent ics
art, little tootbsomcandy cold
cure tablets selling in 5 cent and
25 cent boxes. If you are cbillv.
ii you uegiu Fneeze." trv rre-
ventics. Ibey will pufelv cheek
the cold, and nleaee' you.
by Grimea Drug Store. ':
The IsUQg Increased demand for Sdn Cured
tobacco, creaU'd and sustained by the distinctive
quality ' of the oiiginal 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; chewers and dealers receive the
imitations under the belief that they are getting the
genuine Reynolds Sun Cured tobacco.
Look close and see that the letters on the tag
spell R-e-y-n-o-l-d-s Sun Cured, and yoii cannot
be deceived in getting what you ask for and want,
the best valtte for your money that can be produced
from the genuine Sun Cured tobacco grown where
the 'best sun-cured tobacco grows.
ASK FOR "REYNOLDS'"
and see that you get the original and genuine Sun
Its like you formerly got, before Reynolds'
Sun Cured was offered to the -trade, costing from
60c to $1.00 per pound, and is sold at 50c per
pound in 5c cuts, strictly 10 and 15 cent plugs.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C.
Pursuant to the provisions of an or
der of the Superior Court of Rowan
county in the special proceeding en
titled : "Ludora Van Pool vs H. A.
TrexJer and others," the undersigned.
Commissioned, will expose to public
sale to th highest bidder for cash,; at
the Court House door in Salisbury, on
Monday, the 4tn day of March, 1907,
at 12 o'clock m. the fo'lowirig described
land: Beginning at a stake in the pub
lic road, Dr. Pool's comer and runs
thence N. 52 W. 25 85 chs. to a. stone
Pool's corner on Har key's Jine ; thene
N 49 E 13.70 chs to a stake in a road,
Harkeys corner ; thence N 59 W 7 85
chs. to a stone pile, Cauble's corner ;
thence N 13J E 16.11 chs to a etake,
thence N 86 E 12 chs to a gtake Cau
ble's corner ; thence N 19 E 4 62 chs
to a stone, Cauble's corner; thence
35 W 2 chs to a stone, thence N 16 E
16.70 chs to a stake, near a road thence
S 86 E 670 chs to a stake. Pool's c r
er ; thence N 21 E 21 chs to a b ack
oak, saidlPtol's corner ; thence S 86 E
i J.66 ens to a white oak stump, thence
8 11 W 48.30 chs to a black gum bush,
n Holmes' 1 ne : thence 8 59 W 25 chs
to a stake in the public road. Holmes
corner;' thence with said road 83Ji W
25 36 chs to the beginning. Known as
tneo. v. Jrool home pj ace. ; -
January 29th 1907.
IRVING A. POOL,
B. B. Miller, attorney.
Commissioner's Re-Sale oi a Valuable Fram-
By virtue of a decree of the SnDeri-
or vourt or rcowan county in the spe
cial proceeding entitled John J. Stew
rf-f m -w-v .
art vs Wf Iter C. Mahaley, Thomas
i?raiey, Jennie V. Fraley and others,
wherejn the undersigned were appoint
ed commissioners and directed to sell
the real estate described in the petition
for partition, we "will sell at public
auction to tne highest piacler for cash,
at tne court house door in Salisbury,
i. vy. , on i
Monday, March 4th, 1907,
at 12 m. , the following tract of land :
In Providence township about 5 mile
East from Salisbury, beginning at, a
stone in C. Kesler's line Geo. Bnrring
er's corner, and running 30 E 52 chs
to a stone corner to Jos. Mahalev's lot.
il thence K 34.15 chs lo a stone on South
bock branch thence with the brat ch to
.aatakQBJackwell's nd Sandy Wige'
corner; thence S 1 V 12.50 chs" to a
stake Bandy WisVs c rfter, S W
15J50hs to a red oak, thence 3 28 W
33.13 chi to a fallen pngt oak, -George
MHftge&a. cornei ; thence "12 50 chs
J:ngiriiuin 150 acres
rfiOre r less and known as. the Julius
A. Mahaley farna, the above described
land is well timbered witlf v forest pine
iijuu oaK, also oia neia pine, ana is con
ciucreu va'uaDie i arm. - inere are
ounaings on tne place. Terms of sal
one-half cash balance in three month.
Bidding . to bpgin at $2,134.00. - - .
' This Jan.; 30, 107. . '! ,. r
- 'J', HAYDEK CLEMENT,
. v : jnommiii:oneri
Jno. L. Rendleman. L. H Clement.
Walter H. Woodson; attorneys.
at prices in reach of all c&ll da
--, jyveryining , s - we do is
gnurauteed taiUTtwJi-be np-to
date Dent fat ; i - 'icrl- We
extract teeth with as little pain as
p.acticable-Uive ns a tiial. ' : y
. Office 122i;vain' Street
0mcfu et what
Sale, of Valuable Farm laslor Partition
By vrtue Of a judgment of the Su
perior Court of Ruwan county, in the
special proceeding entitled D. Q. Mc
Clean, W. A. McClean et al. vs. John
Miller and wife Maggie Miller, John
Tern pie ton et al., .the undersigned,
Commi-sioner, will expose fo- sale -at
Ipublic auction for casn on
Saturday, February 16 b, 1907,
on the premises of the lands herein
after cUscrib d, at the h. ur ot 12 M.,
the following lands situate in tweli
Township, Rowan eounty :
Beginning at a stake in sid Mc
Clean's line, thence N. 83 deg. E 69
poles to a siake n ar J. Deatnn's corn
er, thence with hi line South 1 deg.
E. 148 poleg to a stak in..G. M Mc
Knight'g line, thenee 8 485?deg. 53
poles to a. black oak . his '
with his line N. 6 dftk' - -
a srake, thence 8- 86 ef. N . 23 poles
to a state, G W. McUlean'r Jin- thence
with his line, N, d-g H . 106 poles
to tie beginning, contain; - g 5b acres
more or less, adjoining the lands of E.
T, Goodman, Mact Rodgers, Look Mc-
JcLnight, Ed Deaton et al.
A second tract, adjoining t he above,
begin; ing at a1 hickory, in (4. I. Kc
Knight's line and running E crossing
creek 64 poles to an applt tree, form
erly a hickory, G. G. McKnigh't's corn
er, thence IS. 1 deg.; W. 328 poles to
a stone, Mack Rodger's corner, thenee
with his corner 22 poles - to maple,
thence 8. 19 deg. W. V j des to a
stone, thence 8. 75 deg. W. 20 odes to
a stne, thence 3. Z deg. E 259 poles
to the beginning, containing 119 acres,
more or less.
A third tract, ad joinii g the above,
beginning at a stone, on Melon's corner
on McClean's line and runs thenee 8.
36 Chains to a stone on McKnight'sline,
thence W 137 chains to a stone,
thence N 1 deg. W. 36, 12 chains to
a stone an old line, thence E . 2.50
chains to the beginning, containing 7
This Jan: 16th, 19 6. t
. 1VQ MoCLEAN,
John I. Rindlkman, Attorney.
Mortgage Sale ol Valuable M J state.
-Pu-fcuant to the DJ ovisionsnrntRiner!
in a Mtitgge Trust Deed executed
August lOih 1906 by W.A. Clark and
wite Dannie Clark, and registered in
the office of the Register ot Deeds for
Rowan C ounty' in Book of M".rt.
gatrtB No. 28. naKe 236. ta the, nnria.
signed, to secure the payment of a
certain note described inlaid Mort
gage Trist Deed, default ha'v ing been
made in the pay ment of gaid debt "which
said mortga- was given in secure, the
Kueu wu eu ior-i-asJi:cat the
louse door in jgaligbury, N. C,
Friday Ujftiistk 1907. :
at the hour of. 12 M, the, iollowing de
scribed real; estate,? vv-v ; s-.
. m Beginning At a takfe
Vyestcoraer,rtersecti6b of Shaver and
Andrew - streets, then.ee M feet with
Shaver street ta a .stake,-- thence" 169 -feet,
parallel with Andrew : street to a
a 12 tool nJ ley rthence with iin of alley.
50 feet toa Make. thenceaeaparid- ' ?
lei .wiM" . Andrew sti eettq,her-begin-mng
being lot Hoinliljk 66 m
the Henderson andrJVandeV" ord. addi
tion to the town of Hnenceft ; v -
A secoud tract, beginning afa : stake
76 feet from the West" corner, inter- I
section ol Andrew and Shiver streets"
thence with Shaver street; eafeet to a
stakes thence 169 fet, parallel with :
.u.u i.eJlW ieet .to a stae, -theuceeQ
feet parallel h ith. Andrew '
uTnJ? rtginning, being lot No,; 1 I
i6, S11? the Henderson Ind.Viti W,
derford addition to the' towrvolr Spen
cer, Hie above lnnds hav.ng been con."
veyed by the said W. A, Ciafk and wife,
Nannie t lark: ti e. iii kJ '
vidett for in faid mortgaue.
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