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' . PiNEY WOODS. :, -
The nice weather we are hav
ing now is favorable to the farm
ers. We have been havingnice
showers occasionally, which have
'made the corn grow. Some of our
people are turning their fields of
wheat ground and planting corn
and peas. Harvest is a , thing of
A number of youngsters gave
-an iee cream supper at A, W.
Shaver's Saturday night. We
had plenty of cream and a good
Mrs. Linda Arey, who has been
confined to Her bed for a few
weeks, is able to be up and about.
The annual protracted meeting
at Corinth Baptist church will
commence the third Sunday in
August, We are informed that
Rev. Sims, of Albemarle, will as
sist the pastor. Rev. J. R. Miller.
There wiU be an ice cream sup
per at 0. G. Morgan's Saturday
! night, ,
H. S. Trott, of New London,
will move his saw mill near J. A.
List's and will saw some of the
Mown down timber for E, C.'Sha
ver and others.
Lewis Frick, who has been in
, the employ of the Southern for
several years, was hurt near New
London, on the 28th. He was
fireman on the work train and by
some means a tie fell on his
shoulder inflicting severe bruises.
He was taken" to the sanatorium
J. N. C. Morgan, one of j our
most progressive farmer's, has
harvested 700 shocks of wheat.
The poor Pineywoods is well
blessed with'agents of all kinds.
Within the last week we have
been visited by agents for tomb
stones, fruit trees, maps and oth
er things too numerous to men
tion. One i kind that has never
visited us before is the well curb
agent. . Any one desiring most
any1 sort of an article can come to
the Pineywoods and he can find
an agent for it. . r L ,
J. I. Basinger & Co. will start
to threshing wheat in a few weeks.
They will have to go out of our
section to get much to thresh as
the storm did so much damage.
Chal Whitley and Love Hill
were visitors at C. G. Morgan's
Sunday. Wonder which got the
I. Cowan Shaver, adjuster for
the Rowan Mutual Fire Insur
ance Company, has been around
adjusting the damage to build
r ings of those who were insured.
We are getting fat now since
we are getting plenty of beans
and cabbage to eat. Comearound
Trotter,' I will not fooryou as you
did me about that fish.
Uncle JoBh, of Millertown,
visited in our Bection Saturday
night and Sunday. ' .Come again
Bud, - !
ROWAN ACADEMY, 1
The health of the community
is very good at present.
George'Peeler and family visited
jX L. A. Peeler's Saturdays night.
There will be preaching at St.
Luke's on Saturday evening be
fore the second Sunday in. July
and communion services on Sun
day following. There will also
be, exercises in the evening given
by" the children of the Sunday
School. Everybody, is cordially
J. 0. Cauble and Miss Maggie
Earnhardt were welcome visitors
at C, L. Frick's Sunday last.
" M, F. Cauble and family and
C. L, Frick and family spent last
Sunday at Crescent - -
Communion services were held
at Christiana Sunday and a large
crowd attended, .
Misses Sophie and Pearl Lyerly
visited the Misses Johnson Sun
day evening. -
Bad sick headaches, biliousness
or constipation are quickly reliev
ed by DeWitt's Little Early Ri
sers. Small pill, sure pill, safe
pill prompt and pleasant., in ac
? tion. Sold by James - Plummer
and all druggists. . i -
' SHAYERTOWN. -
y July 1st.
"" Crops are -looking slim in our
community. - The x Irish "potato
fvrT. 1 fit 4 -c ' T
Blackberries are plentiful and
ripening very. fast. We gfrli will
soon , have to get out and pick
themox they are al the fruit
we willjiave. . :. T -
There will be an" ice cream sup
per at Bud Morgan's next Satur
day night. Girls, let's all go and
have a nice time. V I V
. Misses Bessie Lisk, Addie Shav
er and Esther Parker visited Miss
Mary Shaver Saturday night.
Harvey Wyatt was also a pleasant
Miss Earmie Shaver and Bur
lie Shaver visited at A. W. Shav
er's recentlo. . r.
Miss Ada Eagle, of Salisbury,
is visiting relatives and friends in
our community. We are glad to
have our cousin with us again.
Ira Goodman and wife visited
at A. W. Shaver's " Saturday and
Sunday. : .
Mrs. E. C. Shaverand children
were pleasant visitors at A.
Shaver's Saturday night.
Mrs, I. C.Shav)er has bJen
the sick list for tire past few-days
but is improving, we are glad to
Mr. and Mrs. J. 5Taylor vis
ited I. C. Shaver tmd family Sat
urday and Sunday, Mr. Taylor
says he is going to mbve to Salis
bury this fall. We are sorry he
is going to leave us, but his many
friends wish him much success,
J. A. Lisk visited his son, W.
C. Lisk, Saturday night. .
John I. Basinger and family
visited his mother,' Mrs. John Ba-iat is now being put in.
singer, Sunday. 'i .
Harvey Wyatt, Miss Addie
Shaver and Brown-Eyed Girl vis
ited Miss Bessie Lisk Sunday eve
v W, C. Lisk is going to-move-his
saw mill on A. W. Shaver's place
in a short while,
Luther and Lee Miller, Misses
Freda Kirk and Pearle Miller vis
ited Misses Dovie and Lillie Shav
er Saturday and Sunday.
Messrs. Neely Lisk, Love Hill
and C. L. Basinger gave an ice
cream supper at A. W. Shaver's
Saturday night, which was much
enjoyed by all. There were about
75 present. ;
Mrs. M. M Shaver and little
son, Curtis, have returned from
Salisbury where they have beenl- B. Yost, has been very low
visiting relatives and friends.
Aaron Russell and brother were
visiting at Hardy Whitley's Sun
day. Guess there must be some'
thing doing down there.
Milas Arey was a pleasant vis
itor at I. C. Shaver's Sunday.
Come again, Milas, we are always
glad to see you. - ,:' A
Mrs. Jim Arey is able tob'e. up
ana aDouL again, we are giaof o
say. . ? !.xf
ROCKr- ' :
Farmers are getting aloiig nice
ly with their work, , considering
the rains we are having.
Much of thewheat has been
hauledin and it will all be in in
a few days.
Fulcastor wheat is good this
year. v ;
John Shuping's spring wheat
is just turning: - The" green bugs
bothered it some, but what is
still on the ground is gopd g j
A. W. Shuping has a pig seven
weeks old which weighs 49 pounds.
Corn has a gocd . color and is
growing nicely. - ' j:
T. C. Powlas' baby is quite ill.;
J. R.-Ttadler. is preparing for
an extended'fishing trip.
I J. L. ; Stirewalt has a fine crop
of early potatoes;
Your ; brain goes , on a strike
when you overload youFstomach ;
both need blood to ' do business .
Nutrition- is what you want, and
it -comes -by taking Hollister's
Rooky Mountain Tea. ' 85 cents,"
Tea " or Tablets. T. W. Grimes
Drug Co, , r " "
- z FAITH S- --
.The sorvice of T the Juoiycom
munipti a-will 'be celebrated 4n
Shilph Reformed church a t ; Faith
on the first Sunday in July' Ser
vice preparatory to thes commun
ion willjbC hela-n? ihef Saturday
preceding at 8 p. m. - T
J Pastor Heller, of .the Reformed
church,- exchanged jpulpitB - with
Rev. Shuford Peeler, pastor : of
the first' Reformed church, of
Greensboro; on the fifth Sunday
in June. - t
The stand and the seats in the
grove have been placed where , the
speaking will take" . place r the
Fourt h of July. - Prof essor W. H,
Swist, of Greensboro, will be the
speaker of the day and a large
number of people. will be here s
usual, j people from Concord will
be here with there refreshment
stands. ' They were here and made
John - Wl " Frick, of Granite
Quarry received the contract from
C. C. Wyatt for the lumber for
his new residence'and is .deliver
ing it. Work has commenced on
the building. It is near Daniel
Hincemaa'between Faith "and
Several of our people have gone
to Salisbury to hear Carrie Na
tion speak, the lady we read so
much about, the great saloon
Holt. Slowder and Ha1; of Al
bemarle, went down the road with
a new threshing machine today.".
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Farmer's
little .boy is not quite nine months
old SnTTlt is now commencing to
walkalone. If anyone can beat
that trpt but your boys next is
sue. We had another "gully-washer
rain Friday. ,
Peeler, Bame & Co., have been
awardSd the contract for all the
granite that goes in the new front
of the Central Hotel in Salisbury,
- - - ML HOPE. S v -
iTheie will bein ice creani sup
per at Adam Bostian's next Satur
day .night- 11 ' : -
' Mr? and Mrs': Ambrose Casper
visited their, son-in-law, M.A.
Holshouser Sunday last?"
- - There was a large number pres
ent last Sunday at Mt; HopeSun-
1 day school. - - .
. ' OWEETHEABT.
Having qua'ifled as administratrix,
d. b. n,c. t a. of David Haneline, de
ceased, late of Rowan county, N. C.
this is to notify all persons having
claims" against the-estate -of saidTle
ceased to exhibit them to the, under?
signed 'on or before the - 26th day" of
June, 1908, or this notice : will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
plea8ee make immediate payment.
This June 25th, 1907. -
LULA J. KESLER, .
Wimeb H, Woodsojt, atty. - 6t -
That's too:ba"d ! We had no
ticed it was looking pretty thin
and rough of late,but naturally
did not Hke to speak of it. By
the way, .Ayer's. Hair Vigor is
a regular. hair grower, a per
fect hair tonic The hair stops
coming out, grows faster,
1 keeps soft and smooth. Ayer's-f
Hair Vigor cures sick hair
makes it strong and healthy.
- The best kind of a testimonial
" Sold for over sixty years."
Made by J. C. Ayer Co., Iiowell, M-
a.io manuisoturers or
I WEDDING . ilPIS
8 : STERCING SILVErT CUT-GLAfiS "
0 v - - AND .HAND PAIN I-ED CHINA.
9 - Hospitaffor Watches," Clocks and all kind of res
x Llpafr work. All work guaranteed. -
0 SALISBURY JEWELRY CO-f
0 L- BRYS JN Mgr. - - - 104 JNKlain St.
Mrs.,GeorgeHoffner is the ad
ministratrix of her husband's es
tate. The big-plantation will be
divided up between the heirs.
- " July 1st. .
The rains that we have been
having is just the thing to make
the crops grow. Cotton has started
to grow very fast, but we will not
have any blooms until the Fourth
of July. -
Everybody is making prepara
tions to go to Faith on the Fourth.
John Jackson goir a bruise while
playing baseball three weeks ago
and is yej unable to do anything.
Miss Mader Yost, daughter of
with typhoid fever for a short
time. We wish her a speedy re
covery. The blackberry crop seems to
be Very plentiful, and some of pur
neighbojfc are devoting much of
their th&5 to picking them. We
have not picked many yet as -we
are, too busy farming.
'Marshal- Holshouser purchased
ferdeen bull; . four months
old, that weighs 830 pounds for
$20- Who can beat that?
iE!As I made a mistake in the
paper last week I will correct it.
In the place of communion ser
vices being held on Saturday be
fore the second Sunday in July it
will be held on Sunday following.
There will be preaching on Satur
day afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The Rock bpy'n second nine
will play a game of baseball with
the KJuttz boysin Daniel Beav
er's, pasture next, Saturday after
noon, - - Rockkr.
- . Whefi to Stopldiertlsiag.
"When the population cease to
multiply and the generations that
crowded on after you and" uevr
heard of you stop coming on." -
"Whe,n you have convinced
everyone whose life will touch
yours that you haye "better good?
and lower prices than they can
get anywhere." -
-. When you stop making for
tunes solely through the direct use
of this mighty agent." - .
- " When you f prget the words of
thQ shrewdest and most successful
men concerning the main causes
of their prosperity'
"When younger and fresher
houses in your line cease , starting
ur and using the - trade journals
in telling people how much better
they ean.do for them than . you
can." " - , -
'"When you would rather have
your oyrn way and fail" to take
advice 'and win." -The advertising
Agent. - ' I
IFOR 100 COUPONS FROM
THE CIGARETTE OF QUALITY
Coupons in Each Package!
"Coupons also Redeemable for Valuable Presents
Premium Department -
AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.
- JERSEY CITY, N. J. ST. LOUIS, MO.
OUR SAY SO.
'f'inr Sav Sn" is all thfi ffnarantee vou need. If we
sell you a watch which we teH you is1 'go and bo," and
if that watch doesn't carry out our promises why it
simply means a new one in its place without cost to
you, provided, of course, that you t?ive itdecent treat
ment. " -
Careful handling, , andoccasional cleaning; If it
crows tired and looses time, or gets frisky and races
away the golden moments, why we have a repair
partment which will deal with its case,
workB. Give us a trial. '
GORHAH & GREEN,
leading Jewelers and opticians,
Salisbury, Spencer, Marion, N. C.
THE NORTH CAROLINA.
State Normal and Industrial College.
Regular Courses leading to Degrees of Bachelor of Pedagogy, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of
(Science, and a new.COUrse leaning 10 ine aegree or Dauicivr ui musii..
"Bn.rd. lanndrv. tnition. and feesJor use of text bookj.ete., $170a year. For
free-tuition students. 1125.
Tttr NniuriL Dipaktmknt rives thoroueh instruction in the subjects taught
in the schools and colleges, and special pedagogical training for the profession
of teaching." Teachers and Graduates of other colleges are onerea a one-y 3ii
snpaftial p.oursft in Pedasroffv and allied ubiects.
Ths CoxiqiBOXAX Dbpaktmikt offers practical - instruction- in gtenogtaj by,
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- Thk Musia Department, in addition to the degree course, ofcri a certificate
AnnrsA in rnnnl and instrnmpntal mnsic.
To secure board in the dormitories, all free-tuition arjlioat'ons should'be
made before July 15th. The fall teim opens Septembei 13th, 1907.
For catalogue and other information, address, .
J. I. FOUST, President, Geeensboeo, N. C
O TIiq Wanm Coa cnti ic I Inntl I Tc
The Warm Season is Upon
And- one of trie great needs
of housekeepers will be
We have them in all styles and at all
prices. Some cheaper than others,
but all good . , . . . . .
PORCH SCREENS A SPEl IALTY.
We were never better stocked than
at present in all lines of Furniture""
and House-Furnishings. Call and
look over our goods and get our prices
West Innis? Street. '
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CAREFUL ATTENTION TO DETAILS
REASONABLE PRICES AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE
, - - . -
Tarn now ready with a
BIG LINE OF SPRING GOODS
to supply your every want.
I have a full line of the
LATEST STYLES OF FURNITURE,
Bed Room Suits, Parlor, Dining Room
.and Kitchen Furnishings.
Come and see our
MattingRefrigerators and Screen Doors.
Very Truly Yours,
W . B. .Summersett.
ARE YOU TllliJKIfJG ?
of bujiDg an Engine, -Thresher, Binder, Mower,
I Rake, Disc Harrow, Cultivator, Buggy, Surrey, One ji
or Two Horse Wagon, (And by-the-way -we have a
full stock of TWO HORSE WAGONS which "We j
can sell forjash at a figure 9 per cent, below to-
days market. These Wagons are the MITCHELL,
VIRGINIA !& BARBER. Don't fail to give atten
tion to this part of this ad,) a set of nice single jot 6i
double harness? '
Have You Been Thinking J
that you would have your old vehicle overhauled,
repainted or re-rubbered?
f that we are HEADQUARTERS for anything men- (f,
tioned above and that we. are in position to serve
9 you to the very bst advantage from almost anv L
standpoint you take. Our PRICES are as low as C
2 good workmanship, and "material will permit and 2
sm nn F A C I T T T ES for .RRPATRTNft PAtWTTMn A
l and OVERHAULING GENERALLY any old job
you -may -have-are unexcelled. ; - , ; , i
' Wg are Glad to
ft .anything in bur line whether you buy or not We
1 only ask for a chance to please." You. can tmy the
J. famous COLUMBUS & WATERTOWN vehicles
I from us. - -
115 E, Council tieet.
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