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Local Nes Items ;'
-The,. Salisbury district: couter
: ence of the M . E. Church South,
will be held at New London, to
irforrow. " " ' ? 1,
J. Robert MouToe, son - of the
late J; 1VT. Monroe, ia quite ill."
The Masonic picaic will be held
r at Mocksville this year on -August
8th. Whitehead Klottz, Esq.,
will be one of the orators. " !
H. T. Sffiithdeal's hardware
store at Spencer, was entered by
way of back door ' Thursday night
and a: small amount- of cash1 to
gether' with some guns pistols
aud other small articles, were car
ried flF. At first there was no
?; clue tothe thief , but later- Fred
Glosson, a young whitd iman em
pioyeq. at apencer, contessed to
n uigu Vll III IUB dViltt giHUUUi f - i lB OlUfll I UU41U " - f
W ill . Fesperman, who. has made Most probaHl without beLaf
a habit of 'standing-'bfi ' his Ihead desire . to? fiiVingly cefbratef .tbe
on the toprof a vthirty-fo6tirpole fourtfr efrJulyJ the?street car com
for a number of years, came j very pany, the saloons and sorue f rdiis.
near : discpntinuingj theTpraciiqV ttf -both ndf considerable faaex
had climbed the pole for so doing, jsiderable crowd of thirsties 'and
but, owing to being a little limber- some others dJTrrivedj -5 and,
jointed and sleepy, he failed to outside of those attracted by the
hold with a grip sufficient to as- sqeaking of theandsca few po
sure his remaining at the top of licemen on horses, some folks in
the pole and . completing " his per- buggies arid the hose wakon, " the
, . ' ' m.- ir'ji i j -J-.
formance. His decent was very bars and cars, v did a 'laud office
sudden and liad, it not been for business, hpnce ,t'hey. greatlj ap
the solid ground below he might precrate the opportunity to:-eele
have been falling , yet. " i sud- brateOf i, course i Sister vtOatrie
den stop jarred him some and the Nation " succeeded 7 in AbHving a
life fluid that came out of his crowd andirgaiherihg 'inVqaan-mouth-caused
some of the many tity of jbpe E. luribug.Uui cpit,
spectators to imagina that h was that she is' .now so. energetically
injured. But not ' so. Bill will chasing. And.the baseball-game,
not allow 'a little thijg like i that not highball, astb' Stavllle
to stop his -sport. He asf picked Landmark insinuesiJv to.
p p:oyeu f: p tt ' - -Vrjup, takeh to the hospita;s0on re- ace; It was almosequai:to the
t 'u"Mry. a,, , oaa oougnii y ftd returned to hislhome, performances.fchat cabe viewed
some lauaanum ana i misndeaao. FridaySmorning Httie' the? worse in most; any old field, about the
uuiuiuib.euiuio. . no waB.iven a
, hearing before Magistrate Ray and
A bound over to courtl He gave
e bond for his appeafancei V i
E. F. jBuchanan'nof NarcrosV,
Ga., has been made vice-president
of the Whitpey Company; suci
ceeding E. B. C. Hambly. The
management of this Company, has
been in the hands of - HoihT John
. X OUU DU J lMy4 'II IVU OMUV
dhambrlkin's Salve haaone for;
me that I feel bound to. write-to.
you and: tell-you - so," says; Mrs;
KOorc u My (ton , - o ionn .ot.it
Hamilton, jOnta'rior "My f little
daughter had- a bad burn on her
knee.", I 'applied : Chatdbei44mV
(alv6and it healed beautifullyJJ
This Salve allays the pam of a
banalmqstins.atjtly. JLt is for
sale7 b'y James Plummer,", Salis
bury and .' Spencer Pharmacy
Spe.icer, Nl CL ' ' v ' : f -i
. How to Cure Chilblains, )
, "To enjpy freedom from chil
bt'ai A s',' ! writes John Kemp, East
Otisfield, "Me:, 1 : applyBuckleHB-
Arpioa Salve. . Have area tused it
for sallvhijm 1with?;exeellent,reT
suits." Guaranteed-- to cure fe
ver Bores,1 indolent ' ulcers, pitSs, 1
burns wounds, ifcrost - bites , and
skjvdiseases. 25c ,fJt all rug:
Yf TROOBLES THAI
because of -his : experienced
church in Charlotte, WiQuld go, to
ITnrao oa a miaainnaTO.BCTtlfl time
S. Henderson since Mr. Hamblys hU To thls endAev. Coit
town at any .. time-you have-the
time to waste that ?"way. : Salis
bury made a score of 0, and Lex
ington 8. The tire, works at night
are said to : have . bten. passable,
but liked about $170 of being $200
worth, Mr, My Self's speech,. of
TTinlrnrv. wna wnrt.h a -nirJiftfti IfAitn
tor,.of the Second Presbyterian Lo any one who does not kn6w
1 i iik.Aitf n nt(ii ii-t rrr ta -
- Recently itfBf aoijouncetd from
the pulpit of the First Presbyte
rian church here that sRv Robt.
L. Coitf wno'fe now asstafit pas-
t r. . v - " ,-- . has made -appJicatioD and at a re
. NMawall foreign mis-
f rom the eastern part Of the; State sion committee;' t)f the "Sou bhern
Where he'; instituted two councils Presbyterian rjbhupft'Tfilild in
"O of the Daughters of Liberty. 1 M Nashville, Tenn., it was decided
' w- I to aoDoint Rev. Coit toth'e field Luther
luyuuaT uvwuau via noiu uauu' I '
nil a 'nttnn hinnm den Wint he decided to enter.
anything or had never heard any
thing. The sham battje was
properly-named Hurrah for the:
fourth of July 1 May it come
every year. ' ;" .
With Rev. clever meat dealer, surprised many
who 'states that -.it rwas fromaUQd Mrareston alreat-ork pf hisfriends'last; week.aki6g
mUelvnn K? -:rir ih if.v' fin Korea, this will give Salisbury unto himself a bride. The ceremony
William Davis. formerly of a fairly good , representation in; took place atUooleemeeiJasliW-
Mocksville. better known as "Cot- ne wore now going on. mitnat nesaay, ine onae was rars. -ance
! . " n n r iit 11
ton Bill Davis," is running Mr, distant iana; epienaia resuus uranam oe wooaiear, jsvj.
Fink's farm this vear and nulled are reported Dy tne workers mere, crown omiciated. Mr Moflman s
the hloasom and held it till his ar- " -" many friends all wish htm muclf
rival. He is quite proud of this A FrMk Pfltat08. ' joy in his new relations
and has goodreasoxi to believe Jt j4 p Webb, who lives in Unity J. W. Williams, of Danille,
is the firsiof the season in Rowan, township was in the city Satur- Va., and Mis& Shelby- Tarlton-i bf
TThA--TIfti4.il StftW T,inn -!r fin., dav and brought with him a pota- Spencer,
were married at the
is the name of a new concern for toe freak.tfonsists of ah Irish tgride's moer, "Mrs.
Salisburv. Its name indicates potato vite with a lot of mall -SS5 Tuesday.-ev A J?
1 0 rlJJ'. vray 01 nciaiea
its business. potatoes growing on the top of . .r .
l. nL. 1 3. i : j I
mL. . ti -iL- ne Y.1UO. auo vmw mu, wbjuc , , . - Pl4BfB,rlL
originated at Spencer some weeks - .tf.' a n a ' For constipation there is tioih
111 i.ni 1 nun iiiin jMy a w - r j - . . .
ago, has seen its finish. Dr. I. H. " - . t t A 1D 4w 80 nice as unamb jriaiir;s
Foust, superintendent of health .ese are. of the Red Stomach nd Liver. TaKJI?
W j;;a u i.u Jiss variety ana tais is hoihb6uiuk aiways proauce a pieasent move-
has dismissed the last of the in- . Mr. Webb ment of the bowels ' without 'anv
mates of , the pest ipuse. ri:ff disagteeable effect. fHle"25 Ml
fimiL western,-r WL,. it u overflow ,d ?rmp'e' 'ffiuES?
w.l - 1 T1 1 1 J. iL I . - . i , ui..avur. uu WUUU-
niu, wnue in tne city on ine were crowded out of tbe ground. cer Pharmacv. Snenfter "NT' fL "
Fourth lost her purse containing 1 " ' 'L J--ty
V. . f - T - i I DOnOH ulalge dBlilBS 2 Dig (laaBi
onil lnaiatori nnnn t.hA nUTiriflnt nf I
a $5 reward. She paid,it. X; , t n case has
-: -filRum ua ck f Hea Bd. r Messrs. George rnd Walter
buy :but"ff&W6- Ridhmotia'Were
ATTORNEYS COUNSELORS' AT LAW
rj.S.-Hoom No6 Court House Annex , U .
v ' kLWtfclT, N.C.
practice State" tfcnd? Federal cqu.irta.
. Handle colle(ioX.roan nony and
. ea to our, pare, r X , XT ' r.
Can be corrected so that .
. the headaches disappear.
' ....That is a simple ; truth, r
but many-" still doubt and -!
t hesitate, . You do not take
any-Tisk with u.i' We guar.- ;
anfee to do what we 'say.'
" ' If !your eyes cause head
'ache," we' can relieve the
. strain and give you perfect -.
comfort. - ' ' . ! 1
Nj Chatgp to Showtt ftwxf.-
W. H. LEONARD.
Jeweler ancf Optitian, V:
128 N. Main 8U -. 8Hbury, N p.
nnrPi ii "i 'i mi' i' ii ii
.Four Departments tJollegiate, i
Graduate. Encineerine and Lav.
X LgfiibraryfScmti -TWf tf
Jbquq9ped dabpatci3 j inral JM
parimeiits di science. ! ujnasiam
furnished with best japparatus,,
-Expenses' very moderate." --Aid'
or werthy-tuaents. i f' ft r
Yotfog Men wishing to Stlidy ,
Law should investigate the
4by tbDepart meat -tot Law;
in Trinity College.
For catalogue antSfustherinfocr
matiouddresa' ' r- ' L T J
Oartaun. N. C.
r A- "First-Class , Preparatory School..
for entrance to leading- Southern col
leges, jy, .
Best. BaulDDed . PrDrtor SchoWl 'in'
J-vthe South. TTFiculty of Tea Officers f
( io4 :J)ea5heru-;r Campus of ; 75 - cres.
Library t)tefafnfigrMrty" Thooeand '
Volames. We 1 Equipped GjmDasl-
nm fTlrh Ktanflarfla. ndfUodeni
Ij I'ii' I: W) -r-V -i-r'-' - '
Frequent Lectures by Prominent Lecturers
Expenses Exceedingly Moderate. .
Seven Years of Phenoraeoal Success.,
For Catalogue and other Informa
ttl9n, address . i : ! '
-s -v : . Dnrham, N.C.
FOR US YEARS boys have been prepared for COLLEGE and. fojLIFE.and
have been trained to be MEN" at THE BINGHAM SCHOOL. ideally tocatetf on
AshevSIe Plateau. Organization MILITARY for discipline, control and carnage.
. Boys expelled from other schools not recetved.. VtciOUt boys expelledas soon as
discovered.- Hazind excluded by pledge of honors Limited to 136. ".Rates reason.,
able. Addrtss Co "R. BrWGHAM. SoptrR. F. -PrWo:g ASHEVltXE, If.x:.
(. r.- i '.
0 , r, place" businessiand-get-ona of
0 ournew cups:4
o All we ask yjoaitoaoior. us
- to nse tiie - cup at tout Jime
?l I"' lit ' i' ' " -,-T - .
f irist been settled bv a decree from
; The residence of G. W. Lentz, rd jame8 E. Boyd, which di-
who lives on Jast Henderson ctg the receiver. Burton Craige,
street was entered one night 'last h? ' frt 0n ;n iho nIH hondu
week and gobbed of $12 in cash. Lmrtllllf:nty 100 000 &d tav
j M t umu vua w " " J ' - r x
Chas. L. Walton, who livas off this principal with the money
near Union Church, was in the raised by a new. issue of bonds,
city today. He brought with him The decree also provides for Hhe
a cotton bloom pulled from his payment of ,$15,000 in, interest
patch i yesterday;! rius show? Mr. due on thex Id bonds, Bfr. Orafg
Walton is one of the widea-wake was in' Greensboro Friday 'for the
farmers of the countv. tjumose of attending to tins mat-
At f.ha Lot moot nf tha Rftlin. 1.
hnrv frnn Hlnh thpi followincr of
I AAS)s a jaafAAnnA
ficers were elected: P, B. Beard, j I8U4 UOIIil MIO I0rr$J,oUU
president; E. H, Harrison, ref- Philadelphia, Pa. June 6-Three
eree; Unas. Arey nem captain; fcnousand six- hundred-dollars
uook Ulayton, secretary. ani i . ..lUlUr
ItiiU V-sw a,. r v -
snirts orotner summer furnishings right now. f
TfaeHT1iulal i3eii;.aV we'll as-tnefcononiieal men)
find their demands met in this- most.. com Dlete iMen's
0 "Prompt servictlfOT
selected stocfe?, complete
assprtments In eacHfidiyidualline, .mafcft . the.
" ping both pleaeani and t)rjofitabiei ' .
Attention is directed.tftheV folio wing splendid va-lvJ'
ues in Neglige Shifts, JJi?'drwear, .-Sfljt,- Wash Ti8t'tc.f H
treasurer. v f .
Mrs. Misenheim'errwif of
5 Special Value in WMte;NegUefe; Shirts.
Sticknev collection of Coins recent-
Misenheimr, who shot and killed , JU pmiadejnhia Henry Ghapman
his iaudlaby in L,yncnDurg last was the bidder for A: .collector
week, bas gone to mm, it is sup- kn)wn oniy a8 Hercules.1' He was
osed with the idea of helping the Bame who f aid'OO' !for
uim out oi uib uuuuie. .. Proohar TSThts- Yrh- rionbloon
r 1 DUO VkWDUVs 1
Mr. and Mrs. M. Maxwell and face value $16, yesterday.- The
children of Suffolk, Va spent a dollar that sold for $3,600 .was
few days last week with Mrs Max- one of the remaining six silver dpl-
welFs aunt. Mrs. . J. Ellington, lars of the mintage .of 1804,-Dur
Thev were on their , way home ing the first hour of the sale gold
from Asheville, where they have coins were Bold, ijierewas apintea
been visiting foi some time. . bidding for an 1815 one-naif eag'e
$&: nearlv all the con missioners
Joe UcDaniei Killed la a Rflliaway. ; and collectors present contested
Joe McDaniol, a voung white for it. It was finally knocked down
man employed by Ernest Arey as to o. H. Chanman for $2,000. Mr;
driver, was thrown from hiB wag- Durham of Chicago, paia $560 for
He drii;r 1819 5piSo? and two pr mo,e
whAn hi- hora took frieht and of the same denomination wre
ran away. By jome means Mo sold to S. M. Chapman, an 1821 for
Daniel got his foot caught- in the 200, and 1824 for $120rMr. Brand
wheel and he was dragged a con-1 ft the suceessfulbidder for four
6iaeraoieaistance. xiis rignx. i3K , iqo f. fiA
iMniT-narrio u s.t w ani n rm, iiii
and shoulder were broken and ne T-ZVr.Zk A'-1 cKKeviJZ c
was otherwise bruised and disfig- i
remains were intered in Chestnut Gold pieces of the $250 denomina-
f nui cemetery tnis evening. tion sold as low as Jpii. io to as mgu
s. White S ript-ri MadrarKfeglige Shirts, i made M
style, 'wilh flatted front; 'tiid, cuffs atfa'cMdFV
rts are 6Ut f All -"both in body, and sleevel, sizes' 0
from 14- to 16 iitclusive
prfee. 1 .00. AYorth more.
Special Value iti Colored Negligee Shirts.
Men's Colored Neliee Shirts made both d'oaV'style'
and with regular closed shirt; plaited lor plaii veoffc
,trpnt; cuffs5 attaclied;or paraterrtJTb.e patterns and
coionngs are sucn as oeiong lo iue one-mty smrxs,. ,
a,nd are very ajttractive.il sizes, I i
opeciai rnce. i.uu eacn.
!.-; I l.-'L V;v .
f 5 Men'rsrWhlte an&" jtJ.9lo3Wasibte Fotir-in4ian(is;
just the sort needesi foi vacation trips. .Made of Ma;
Odras and cheviots, in plain,. colors and fancy, figures
8 hull Bin pes. p ty icb auu uiiwppiiijttuMCi-ujLia.fcM.i.fc.u.c
25c kind. v--,i
Snenlnl nifos. S f ni Jinn.
Special Value in GauIMeSbzvK '
Pabst Mue RibboiBeer is the? ideal su&n& drinkfr
oi tne outaoor luncneon ior it is a iooa as wcii as a anm
IJtbsJ ic as vell as for purity and
" flavor ?abst found the qnly way to get aU of the food-values
inait oy grctwing it siowiy ana sciennncaiiy, anan mcre-
r fore perfected the Pabst Efgm-DTWlaTtrng Process. "Jbst
food than other beers" The Pabst
Perfect Brewing Process blends the ri& fppd, values of PaMalt : .
tion that hiiebpositive purityiljivhSe reduclngifthe
a"' m-mTT P.SfcfcSW W lW AWWW ai. v
t-'oVsc?- T31iia T?Ki-tr-i ic 4-WA.ulAAliBEiriAtl'cz fAACt..lwAaa4i
'And Bottled-only at the Brewery.
tf 225 E. -Ehnia'iSt!: SallaBury.!
r Phmie 75.
-iQrt'. tna art I a ann h.ffl ifvrfTsi.':
spliced.. m&6mm W&ible fcatfaJ)Eic
Ha 20Q foE.. 179T indt J165 ioJ-n
D, , r - 0 , iwvH - nnr,n ni2Q unueB uoms
sooth iu g, healing re me dy
is DeWitt's Oarbolized Witch Ha
by Mr; rDime.'; Tne mgnw
xel Salve. For burns, scratches, price paia ior a goiuuunisx
cuts, bruises, insect bites and sore $30
' feet it iB unequaled, : Good for The first dollar sold, a 1T94 the
lh Special Value m Cyepe Tlndrwear.
Meirs Inaia t'rene Underwear tne sort, tnin, crinK-
L Idhd fbr 'hot' weather, shirts have half sleeves;
pecial pvice 50c per garment.
'.: . " -. :' ' TT?fcart Hfofon hrnnffhfc SlWlMrom I n
. W I
: ti" 'O
and Q Qi--
Ilf 1 8th and Continue for ii) Dapll
This is an annual event looked forward
O deal of interest by the Bargain; Hunters of tlm'sfetift'tt. V 0
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1 S i r -m . ;
: You-ll Jfind baygliryyd So you; .jSffiEteg
OSHfSrl 1tHuyKday OSalct ciiie any .daj.y h mm ro - O-"'
.. r c. UnmO t . IT
.by James rmmmer ana ., aii-arug-"""4 - .
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