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following report tosthe court .n
Fridays .. ;. '. l'xM
hare made present
''ment of all cases coming within
our knowledge, and have other
wise disposed of all busin ess
brought before us, and hare, so
far as we can judge, performed all
the duties required of us as grand
jurors, r j -
We hart visited the office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court and
there found everything kept in a
neat and business-like manner.
We hay visited tit office of the
Begister of Deeds and there found
yatV thine fkeof in a neat and
business-like manner. ,
We have visited the office of the
Sheriff and there also found every
thing kept in a - neat and business-like
We have visited the county jail
and asylum, and found both .in
stitutions cleanly kept and in ap
parently good sanitary condition j
The inmates report that' they are
well fed and treated very" hu
We visited the count y. home and
there found everything in good
condition and the inmates there
of very properly cared for.
We also visited the two divi
sions of the county chain gang and
found the camps at each place
well kept, and the prisoners very
humanely treated, and as far as
we are able to ascertain both of
these j forces were doing satisfac
tory work. s
We beg to make the following
recommendations : -
IThat ! before the next term of
court that the whole court house
The Sale started last Saturday morning with the greatest crush of customers from the very first minute the doors
were thrown open ever seen packed in a Salisbury store. The Store continues to be crowded from morning till night,
but the stock is large and the bargains are plentiful, you can't miss 'em. Sale will continue for at least another week.
A few items among thousands men
tioned at random that will hold good
until Iho entire lots are wiped cut, cr
tho Salo closes i ' --
40 inch Lawn, worth 10c and
One Jot of Embroidery, worth
the- yard, pick and choice for
I I); One lot of'Embroidery wdrth
izic to roc tne yard, tne entire
closed at .
On lot of Lace worth up to 10c
4000 yardsUnbJeaclied Dimity
wm m pnt on sair at .
1 2,000 yards Apron, Giugbazni, worth 6c per Mg
lyard: . . . . . i . . ; . . . . . . . . ......... . . . V
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fumigated,, and that the walls
beSpain ted- if Her beeessary and
rate, rooms for jwhite and colored
witnesses and that they-be f equif r
ed to stay in the grooms, as this
will, greatly expedite the"; work of
the grandj ury. : :''fj-X-- -
That thejfloor inr .the office of
the Begister of Deeds be repaired .
That the county be required to
procure a rolling chair for the use
of the inmates of the county home
who by cause of age and infirmi
ty are deprived of the jute of theif
uatural means of locomotion.
Uoihg to Town.,
Down at Marthville 'last Mon
day they were discussing" the tub
jct.of the removal of. so many
ppople from t he country to the
town, and W. P. Davis, one of the
best farmers; in the county and
one who' is still -staying on the
farm, got off the following sen
sible talk, "For my part I am
glad that they are leavLv.' the
' farms and going to the towns.
Why, if lots of people were not
leaving the country and going to
ihe towns I could not get forty
cents each for my chickens, twenty-five
cents a dozeu for eggs and
ten cents a pound for my mutton.
When cotton got above fifteen
cents a pound two or three years
ago it scared me, for I expected
that the thousands of people who
have quit making cotton and have
gone to the cotton mills would go
flocking back to the country and
go to raising cotton.' Usually
the man who puts, up a spiel
against the boys going to town is
the fellow who some time ago quit
the farm. Monroe Enquirer.
12c the yd
from 7$ to 10c Cp
all the way: from
in tnese lots.
lot will be 4 flip
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Eaily ' Tbu a
dbrl&rlSetY acted an '-" en t ranee; to
the residence of Mf sVnniei Cros
settt ofiAhis" city. -His preseuce
in the house was dicsv vered by
Mrii Grossett's daughter, who was
awakened by. some one trying to
take a ring from her finger. She
called to her mother and told her
some ohewas in the roo m, M ra...
Crosset gotnp to-strike a light
when the intruder at once took
flight .and made a quick escape
from thepremises It bing dark
in the room neither of the lauies
could -tell whether, the man was
white or' black. An alarm was
given and the officers- notified.
Ar soon a possible bloodhounds
were procured from John Lyerly,
of Granite Quarry. They were
put on the trail and followed it a
short distance, but soon lost it .
The same night,; the house of
Henderson "Brown was entered
through a kitchen window, but
tne tniei xaiiea to secure any
Heptasophs iosfall Officers. - -
The following oflScers of the,, Im
proved order of Heptasophs were
installed Wednesday nig h t b y
District Deputy John B. Sloan,
of Bock Hill, S C. : ArcheVon,
J. P. - Webber ; secretary, G. T.
Mowery ; treasurer, W. L. Kluttz ;
J, T Babe, financial secretary j
J, A. Linn, inspector. Mr. Sloan
made an address to the cinclave
explaining - the aims and objects
of the order.
Piles get quick Relief from Dr.
Shoop's JMagio Ointment. Be
m ember it's made alone for Piles
and it works with certainty and
fatisf action. Itching, pain f ul,
protruding, or blind piles disap
pear like magic- by its use. Try
it and see 1 Grimes Drug Store.
In order to COMPLETELY CLOSE OUT the Shoe Stock, which contain some of the Best
Popular Price Shoes in the County, Prices will be KNIFED to the CORE.
We will close out a big bunch of Molony Bros,
and other well known make? of Misses' and Chil
dren's hoes that sell right here in this town, up
to $2.00 aud" $2.50. Also a line of Boys' and
snoe8 worth almost double, will go
At m and 61.86 a
We will ppt on Sale a big lot of Men's and
Boy's Shoes worth $2.50 and $ 3.00, and will al
so include in these lots a few "Battle Axe" atitl'
VCrossett" shoes for men. . -
Quij,e an assortment of Ladies' Shoes -in broken
sizes; with bot few of an.y one kind but most all
fizps in the lot and worth up ,to $1.75, hC
Mill go in thia sale at..r. .;
for Favetteyil le, cw here they'wil 1
attend the sessions' of the .. State
Couucil w bich will be held there
this weefer- J- H. MeKenzie, W
A. Brandon and W. At. Daniela
will represent Winona : Council ;
D. L. Sidesi F S Loflia aud Hr
S. Liengood, Chestnut Hill Coun
cil, a ud W. H; Link,-EI i'Honbar
rier and Mr. Mesimore," are from
Eaet Salisbiiry Council i The6;
D. Brown, of Winona, a member
of the- State T Couucil will also, be
in atteifdance. It is expected the
meeting will be one of tne largest
ever held by the order. " . --t
Prcmot on for Employe. v
P A. Mayer, who has been fore
man of the boiler shops of the
Southern, at Spencer, for a few
months, has "been promoted to the
position, ot .gneral foreman of
boiler makers on the entire sys
tem. This position is a. new one,
having been created but recently
by Che management of the road .
Mr. Mayer has already gone to
Washington where he will have
his headquarters. l
It's a pleapure to te'l our read
ers about a Cozugh Cure like Dr.
Snoop's For years' Dr. Shoop
has fought against Opium, Chlo
form and othuer- unsafe ingredi
ents commonly found in Cough
remedies. Dr. iShoop, it seems,
has welcomed the Pure Food and
Drug Law recently enacted, for
he has worked along similar linen
for many years. For nearly 20
years Dr. Shoop's Cough- Cure
containers have had a warning
printed on them against opium
; and other poisons. He h s thus!
mde it possible for mothers to
protect their children by simply
insisting on having Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure. Sold by Grimes
We will close cut 8ey?rl hnnd red 'pair of euch
well known makes aa KiLg Quality," Lewis A
Crossett's aDdBostoiiians.. that sell' here' and
everywherereuia'rlat $3 50 and 4 00. - "
''Qaeeu Quality "Westover" Shoes for Wo:
men, worth f 3 Cd;ad $8 50 all over the $4' 94
world, will go'ln. this eale for as littl? as. ... . : -
A big loj of $2 06 and $2 60 SSboea including a
few broken sizes and styles of last seas Vn $4 33
ia Queen QuaKly Shoe it. .... .
"Two-in-nne" Shoe ;?61ish . . . .
iess r n is tne acuon- or ine uver
aj9 h"gi)re1 s a whhsregi t? d? with-
Kiiyg?efl,ife ?Pillai Gaa
auteed by a H d ruggists. : 25c ; - :
CS Boiiquats noogh; UOH l :;:
.The incident is closed . with" a
lettfr frm Admiral ;Eyani com?
mending Admiral Davis; ' a letter
from Secretary Metca If com mend
iu g Evan s for com me u ding D avis,
and a letter from the President
commending Metcalf .for com-
meudmg'Evanr for commen
Davis. -M in u eapblis Journal.
Its cod liver oil elements heal
and strengthen the lungs .
Many people inherit weak lungs
which are likely to be attacked hy
consumption. So also are lungs
weakened by disease or by a stubborn
. Vinol, which is a real cod liver prep
aration with all the useless oil elimi
nated and tonic iron added, strength
ens weak lungs and gives -one the
power to throw off wasting diseases.
We ask every person suffering
from weak lungs, stubborn hacking
coughs or any wasting disease to try
Vinol on our guarantee.
T. W. Grimes Drug Co
Known riakes of
86-inh Curtain Svries, worth 10c and 12e
per yard:...... ..
36-inch Black Taffeta Silk. OOaualitv I U
36-inch Black TntTetta Silk, 50c quality
All wash silks at one-half regular pries
Bigl t of Violet 4)
hoT. SaIa nriCft-With
Thousands of little notions at from a
third to a half off the regular prices.
In fact, Everything Goes.
thousand of the
hold good throughout the entire store.
ce, Esqf. caDie; up last
SUpenorr ruo'irW- M r rr, r;rce rt- :
Mrs. J; A. Murphyt -has remdv- "
ed her. stock of millinery, across
thej street Jnextloorto Crook's "?
drug store, in. order to make )bm
SpringilliHer W ill close
out all W i nter Jtfillinerv at cost."
Trimmed hats f rom: 25c and. up.
Call and getbargains. . : - .
p 'BespeHTu 1 1 y-y ours , .. ? :
MrsJ. A. ilUrphy,
202 S Main Street. -
By Way Of Comjparlsdn
. At the bottom Is a picture of a farm"
on which- our fertilizers were not used. -Noticettae
very poor growth ? - At .the
top, there la a photograph of the neid
of a planter who believes In the liberal
use of only
See the good, even stand, and tall,
luxuriant plants? You lean Bee many
other inte-estlng pictures of farms
like these on which the crops of poor
and good vields are compared, in our
large, pretty almanac AsK your dealer
for it, or send us 6c. tn stamps to pay
the cost of wrapping and postago,
" Increase .your yields per aere" by u
lug Virg-inia-Oarolina Fertilizers. Buy
Virginia - Carolina Chemical
Durham, N. C.
Charleston, 8. C
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Parm soap, worth 25c -fl C a
maa"oroVivnah thrnoin in
HILLINEBY AT COaT
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