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Vol. ill. No. 38.
Salisbury, N.C, Wednesday, September 4th, 1907.
Wm, H .Stewart, Editor.
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CONCORD AND CABARRUS COUNTY.
Doings of the Cotton Association. Reward
for the Murderer of Mangum Martin.
Concord Times. August S7th 30th.
' Work is progressing rapidly on
the new Kerr Street Methodist
Churchy having began about two
veekB ago. It is expected that it
will be completed I in about a
The Synod of North Carolina
will meet in the First Presbyte
rian Church at Hendersonville,
n. a, on Tuesday, October 22.
On account of the scarcity of
water, it has been impossible for
some time to have ' the streets
sprinkled. The dust is "simply
awful," but there seems to be no
help for it.
Three houses located on what is
knowii as Chapman row and occu
pied by colored people, were burn
ed Tuesday about noon. The fire
' companies responded, but the fire
had gained too much headway to
be oheched. Tlie houses were oc-
oupied by Peter Brocks, Adam
Faggart and Bill Kirkley.
Messrs. Reinhardt Bros., who
are. operating a sawmill in the
Carriker neighborhood for Yorke
y& Harris, of Concord, one day last
week "cad the logs hauled, sawed
8,000 feet of lumber, had it haul
ed tojpharlotte, 17 miles, sold it
and got the money for it, all
within 12 hours. The amount re
ceived was $67.50. It was a rush
order, and was rushed all right.
The colored people of Concord
and Cabarrus county will hav
what they call a Twentieth
tury Celebration beginning
' tember 2, and continuing
seven successive nights. It
be a eala week, and will be
in Smith's grove. All the churches,
fraternal orders, etc, will take
part in the exercises. There will
' be several brass bands, and a goc d
time generally. There will be a
contest of some kind every night,
at which prizes will be offered.
The season tickets will be 35 cents,
or 10 cents for each performance
The proceeds will go to the A. M.
E. Zion Church.
Gov. Glenn has offered $100 re
ward for the apprehension of the
' murderer of Mangum Martin, and
the city aldermen have also offer
ed a reward of $75, making a total
of $175. Some clues are being
traced, and it is not improbable
that when the coroner's jury as
sembles next Monday it will have
some interesting information be
fore it. It is probable that the
county commissioners will also a
A reward next Monday,
The Cotton Association met last
Saturday with nearly every town-
s'lip present. &everal important
were attended to, the
most important being
and the warehouse meetings.
Those present agreed to try to
collect the bale tax for the asso
ciation. They will send notices
to all of the gins in the county,
requesting them to collect the 10
r cents, or three pounds of seed cot
ton per bale. If a majority agree
;to collect, then the obligation
will be binding on all who sign.
The names of the subscribers to
the warehouse were called, and a
goodly number responded. The
subscription list showed $3,300
subscribed, They agreed to push
the work, and a committee of five
was appointed to draft plans and
secure a charter ana report to a
call of the president. The com
mittee is as follows: Jno. P. Alii
sou, J. L. Stafford, J. M. W.
White, R. V. Caldwell and E. T
Bost. The committee met at
once, and agreed upon a charter
and plans for perfecting the com
paoy. They will build a ware
house in Concord, and probably
one at Harrisburg. The condi
tion of the cotton was reported at
76 for the county.
The First National Bank of
Thomasville issued $6,000 in cur
rency last week in denomination
of $0 and $iu notes. ine money
looks mighty pretty and is
as good as gold. The names of
President Charles F. Lambeth and
Cashier A. H. Ragan put the fin
ishinc touches to it. This is the
first good money ever made in
Thomasville. Lexington Dis
patch, Aug. 28th.
Sated Her Son's Life.
The happiest mother in the lit
tie town of Ava, Mo., is Mrs. S.
JKuppec. tone writes; "Une year
ago my son was down with such
serious lung trouble that our phy
sician was unable to help him;
when, by our druggist's advice I
began giving him Dr. King's New
Discovery, and I soon noticed lm
provement. I kept this treatment
up for a few weeks when he was
perfectly well. He has worked
steadily since at carpenter work.
Dr. King's New Discovery saved
King's New Discovery
his life." Guaranteed best cough
and cold cure by all druggists,
fiOc and $1.00. Trial bottle free,
LEXINGTON AND DAYIDSON COUNTY.
Ex-Sheriff Dorsett Makes an Assignment.
Lexington Dispatch, Augnst 2Sth.
Friday ex-Sheriff T. S, F. Dor
Bott met with his bondsmen and
executed a deed of trust, with E
E. Raper, Esq., trustee, which
covers all his personal property
and real estate, in order to protect
his bondsmen and make good as
far as possible any shortage that
may remain after the final settle
ment of taxes has been affected
with the county treasurer. From
the best authority possible The
Dispatch ascertains that there is a
gross shortage of between $27,000
and $28,000, It is stated that
the uncollected taxes will amount
to about $4,000 and that the net
returns from the property turned
over to the trustee will amount to
about $15,000, making the assets
total $19,000 which leaves a net
shortage of about $8,000 or $9,000.
These figures are not given The
Dispatch as absolutely correct.
The shortage may be more and it
may be less. Of course the county
and Btate are fully protected by
the bondsmen and will lose noth
ing. The sheriff gives a bond for
county taxes and one for state
taxes, and in this instance the
county bond is for $30,000 and
the state for $13,000. However
Sheriff Dorsett gave $3,000 more
than necessary on the county bond,
wnicu is signea up iot spdd.UUU, tne
total of the two bonds beins
$46,000. The bondsmen on the
county bond are as follows, with
the amount they are responsible
for: H. W. Dorsett, $3,000; H
C. Grubb, $15,000; J. H. Mock,
$2,000; J. M. Rothrock, $2,000;
E. H. Dorsett, $1,000; L. F.
Weaver, $1,000; J, L. Michael,
$3,000; G. W. Montcastle, $4,000;
R. I. Nance, $2 000. Total $33,000.
The bondsmen on the state bond
and the amounts follow: H. W.
Dorsett, $3,000; H. C. Grubb, $5,
000; S. W. Finch, $3,000; E. E.
Raper, $1,000; Joel Hill, $1,000.
Total $13,000. The bondsmen
will pay their prorata . share of
Have you glimpsed the comee
yet? One who knows says it it
called Daniel's comet, after the
discoverer. It will increase in
brightness until September 4th,
when it will be nearest to the sun.
It will soon leave us never to re
turn. It s tail is 20 millions miles
E. Saleeby, a Syrian, has opened
up a 9tock ot groceries, clothing.
etc., in the Hege building, recent
ly vacated by H. Hams & Bro.
who moved into the old Natioaa
oank stand, "the vellow front."
Mr Saleeby comes from Spencer,
ana has a nice, neat store.
Last night, after only a 6hort
illness, Chas. P. Jones, a member
of The Dispatch force, died at the
home of his father-in-law. W. H
Holder. Saturday morning he
was at work in the office, although
suffering pain, from which he was
hardly ever free. For a long time
he had been unwell, but he fought
disease with the spirit of a hero,
working often, no doubt, when
uiauy auutner man wouia nav;
. i. i . i ,
been in bed.
Jones worked in The Watchman
ofhce for several mouths, about
oue year ago and is probably re
membered by some of our people.
His parents live in Hickory. Ed
tIT 11 1 I
worx nas already begun pre
paratory to building the large and
handsome brick block of E. W.
Cates in Thomasville. The little
sheet-irom storerooms are beine
rolled away and the ground is be
ing prepared for the foundation
The building will be three stories
high, will be 125x70 feet, and will
be completed by Christmas and
will cost between $20,000 and $25
Supt. J. N. Haues, of the graded
school has just completed the cen
3us of Ihomasville and finds that
there are 3,383 people. Last year
there were 8,010 or about 12 per
cent, gain in one year. The com
parison of school children last
year and this is as follows: white,
; now odz. uoiorea ioi ; now
Mrs. William Lewis, of Good
water, Ala., arrived in Thomasville
Sunday and is spending a few days
visiting old friends. Sho has been
away from Thomasville 37 years
When she left there were only
nine houses in all in Thomasville
and John W. Thomas, founder of
the town, owned the whole place
for several miles around. She
was there when the first train run
through the town and her husband
was engineer on the road, oho is
now 75 years old and is enjoying
good health. She told us she had
heard a great deal of the growth
ot the town, but after seeing it she
says it far exceeds her greatest
ROWAN SUPERIOR COURT.
Two Capital Crimes. to be Tried. Ashby's
Trial Comes up Tomorrow.
The August term of the Rowan
Superior Court convened here
Monday, August 26th,' Judge Mich
ael H. Justice, presiding. The
grand jury, was empanelled and
charged about noon. Some minor
affairs were given attention during
the -afternoon and things began
to get busy Tuesday, One capital
oases has been tried at this term :
Ed. Ashby, who shot and killed
his brother-in-lawvOvercaeh. J.
G. McAnulty, charged with hav
ing killed Robt. Owen, against
whom a true bill has been brought.
May be deferred until next term.
The following gentlemen com
pose the grand jary : S. F. Lord,
foreman; W. W. Roseman, D. C.
Eagle, A. J. Holshouser, T. V.
Jenkens, S. C. Peacock, H. T.
Porter, J. A. Murph, Lee Ketchie,
T. G. Barber, M. C. Quinu, C, M.
C. Barger, Louis D. Earnhardt,
A. S. R. Ramsay, Peter A. Lluttz,
H. Louis Lyerly, and Wm. B.
The following cases have been
disposed of since the court has
been in session :
N. J. Saleeby, pleaded guilty of
carrying concealed weapons, fined
$20 and costs. Robert Miller,
o. c. w., defendant plead guilty,
judgment suspended upon pay
ment of costs, Robert Hall, lar-
. i n i
ceny, noi pross witn leave, reier
Johnson and Dock White, highway
robbery : defendant Johnson called
and failed, capias to issue. JL.ee
VVatkins, c. c. w nol pross with
leave. Maude Reid, assault with
deadly weapon; plead guilty,
judgment is suspended on pay
ment ot tjosts. John Graham, as
sault with deadly weapon ; plead
guilty, is fined $5 and costs, Wal
ter C ibb, assault with deadly
weapon, plead guilty, fined $10
and costs. George Knox, assault
with deadly weapon ; plead guilty,
fined $10 and costs. Ed. Thom
ason, assault, plead guilty, fined
$5 and costs. Sam Howard, as
sault ; plead guilty, fined $5 and
costs. Sidney Wrieht. assault:
plead guilty and is fined $10 and
costs. Charles Woodman, c. c. w .
plead guilty, judgment suspended
upon payment ot costs. Jane
White and William Towns, forni
cation and adultry. couule had
married since the indictment.
judgment was suspended. Joe
Bingham, assault with deadly
weapon, plead guily, judgment
suspended upon payment of costs.
Jbred Blackweider, assault with
deadly weapon, plead guilty aud
judgment suspended on pnymeiit
'jf costs. Locki Freeze, assault
with deadly weapon ; r. quired to
give i).-juu in tno sum or ifoU tor
his app'-arance from term to term
or DUpDf ior ooiirt tor the n..xt two
years. Wis Watson, assault ; plead
guilty, fined $10 and costs (Jicero
King, c. c. w,, plead guilty, fined
$10 and costs.
D. L. Bradley, assault with
deadly weapon, guilty. Maishall
Mills, Will Graham and C. A.
Shinu. assau't with deadly weapon;
Mills and Shinn pleadid guilty
and judgment w:is s,:sneuded
upon payment of half costs by
each; Graham did not resnond
and a capias was issued tor him
Marshall Mills and A C. Shinn,
c. c. w., derennams plead guilty
and judgment is eupDeuded ubou
payment ot costs. Robert Miller,
assault with deadly weanon: de
lendaut pleads guilty and is sus
peuded upon payment t costs
Jienry rooKs, iRe i uso.i, and
oam uaie, gamming ; vvi.sn was
not on trial and Gule was acquit
zecLf rirooxs was tuuua guilty and
judgment was suspended on pay
ment ot costs. Tom Harris, lar
ceny ; not guilty. Henry Latham
pointing pistnl,, defendant pleads
guilty and is hned $10 and costs
Luther Harris, c. c. w., guilty
fined $10 and costs. Will Carlton
c. c. w., guilty : a months on road
Jim Thomas, c. c. w., guilty:
months on road. Arthur Gibson
larceny ; not guilty. Moilie Ross
and Ellen Henderson, assault with
deadly weapon, guilty; $5 each
and costs. Les Bassinger, assaul
with deadly weapon, guilty; taxed
with the costs. Cicero Johnson
c. c. w, not guilty. Mattie wash
ington, larceny, not guilty. J
D. Doughton, housebreaking sen
tencfe deferred. Mary Smith, as
sault with deadly weapou. guilty
judgment suspended upon pay
ment of costs. John Potts and
Mil as Springs, affray ; Potts not
guilty, Springs guilty. -Lon Bas
singer, c. c. w., not guilty, Sam
Massey and Giles Wright, assault
with deadly weapon, guilty : Mas
sey $10 and costs, Wright 6 mon
ths on the roads. D. L. Beasley,
assault with deadly weapon, fined
$10 and costs. Lida Livingston,
Lerline Wood, and Laura Hanson,
conducting bawdy houses; $25
and costs and 12 months in jail if
in county on October 1st or after.
Lucy Burkhead and Clara Zeigler,
A Lot of Wood Falls on a Horse.
Beginning to Open.
At the present, a shower of rain
would be a great help to the grow
The series of meetings at Union
closed last Friday night, which
was a great success. Several
members were added to the church.
- Miss Grace Barringer, of Cleve-
and, is visiting nt vjt. M(, Bar-
W. F. Rufty is visiting his
brother-in-law, Frank R. Pool0.
ookout Cap'n, don't eat too.
We understand that W. A. Ever-
hardt, of Spencer, haB sold his
arm near Piovidence church to
Messrs. Robt. and William Link,
who expect to make it their future
The 4 au-to-be-amule," passed
.i 'r. irr 0 i-
our town- tnis evening ior oans-
Willie.H. Kerns will leave next
week for Lenoir College, Hickory,
N. C, and probably a number ot
other young men will make a wise
decision We can speak well of;
enoir College and mean all that
mi I 1 L
we say. ine bcuooi nas grown
rapidly for the past few years, and
beautitul new dormitory has
been erected for the young men ; a
place of health, a town of growing
acilities, and an institution ot
noble work. The faculty of this
term number 14 professors and
teachers, all of whom leave no
part of the work unchenshed.
W. A, Aguer, while unloading
wood at P, A. Hartman s gin,
narrowly escaped injury. He was
stacking the wood from the wagon,
on a stack several feet above when
the wood gave way and fell on one
his horses crushing it to the
ground. Assistance was soon had
and the wood removed at once.
he animal seemed to be unhurt
but received several wounds.
Mr. Agner, however, succeeded
getting out of the way with
There will be a convention at
Union church, Sept. 4th and 5th.
he speakers, we are told, have
already been sou?-'rt to speak- ou
different topics. Everybody, don't
orget to come out and listen,
prepare a big basket of dinner and
come and enjoy yourself. Please
ook for the programme.
A prayer meeting will be or
ganized on the second Sunday of
September. immediately after
uuday school. We trust that
this will be a noble undertaking.
Everybody please come out and
take a part in this work, it will be
doing God's service, and receive
the reward he has promised you
in Rev. 2 10.
Cotton throughout this section
has begun to show its fleecy lawn.
The Goodman molasses mill is
near completion. lhey have a
very modrn mill and mean busi
ness. You will do a favor by
giving them a trial, and be con
vinced with their work.
Married His Mother-ln-Law.
A rather novel affair happened
in Thomasville a few days or weeks
ago, when josnua recK was mar
I T 1 1
ried for the third time. His first
wife, a Miss Kepley, died about
four years ago. To them was born
oue child, McKoy Beck, who is
now ab ut 18 years v old. About
two years ago Joshua Beck was
married a second time to a Miss
Knttie Ensley. They lived to
gether about two years On ac
count of intimacy of his wife with
his sou, McKoy, Joshua Beck se
cured a divorce at the last term of
court. Last week ''Joshua Beck,
who is now 48 years old, was mar
ried to Miss Julia Ward, of near
Liberty church. The bride is 15
years old. Wednesday the singu
lar part, or rather the climax, was
reached when McKoy Beck mar
ried his step-mother, who .was re
cently divorced from his father.
A rather mixed up affair. Lex
ington Dispatch. .
Stomach troubles, Heart and
kidney ailments, can be quickly
corrected with a prescription
known to all druggists everywhere
as Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Ibe
pronpt and surprising releif which
this remedy immediately brings
48 eutirely due to its Restorative
action upon the controhng nerves
of the stomach, etc.
A weak Stomach causing
dyspepsia, a weak Heart with
palpitation or intermittent pulse,
always means weak Stomach
nervea or weak Heart nerves
Strengthen these inside or con
trolling nerves with Dr. Shoop's
Restorative and see how- quickly
these ailments disappear. Dr.
Shoop of Racine, Wis., will mai!
samples free. Write for them'
a test win tell, lour heatlh is
certainly worth this simple trial.
Sold by Grimes Drug Store.
THE TELEGRAPHERS' STRIKE.
95 per cent, of the Telegraphsrs Out, but
Business is nesuming normal.
S. L. mall, president of the
Commercial Telegraphers' Union
arrived in New York Sunday
morning. ... He addressed two audi
auo'es of strikers during the day
and among other things gave
out the following: "We have
fully 95 per cent, of all
commercial telecranhers in the
Unite ! States on a strike. This
applies to small and large citieB.
Thousands of one-man offices are
closed and the keys to the doors
are in the possesion of city offioal-
to be turned over to the imspecs
tors of the. company when thev
"Although the call for funds
has only been out a few days many
remittances were recieved before I
left Chicago, and, strange to say
as much waa recieved for the
campaign fund as for the benefit
oi the strikers.
"Much has besn published
about arbitration but the cry from
coast to coast is 'no arbitration.' "
In the face of the statements by
the president of the striking
unionists both the Western Union
and the Postal companies em
phasize their declarations that the
situation is improving and that
barring a few unimportant towns
oonditons are gradually but stead
ily assuming a normal basis.
They announced that they are
handling all the business offered
There will be singing every
Thursday uight at Rev. G. H.
Cox's. Everybody is invited to
Mrs. Henderson Lyerly and
children: are visititing Rev. C. A .,
Brown and family at Organ
church from August 24-27th.
Misses Lola Brown and Cora
Lyerly are going to room together
at Mt. Pleasant Seminary this
year. They will leave in about
Dau Smith leaves next Sunday
uight for the Jamestown exposi
t;on. He will be gone about 10
The bliud child and his little
brother,, children of Mrs. Sallie
Pence, of Richfield, came up on
the train Sunday evening and got
off here. It is supposed that they
slipped awuy from home. Sunday
evening they said that they
thought they would ride a little
piece, mrs. lorn reeier being
acquainted with their mother kept
them all uight. Their relatives
sent them back to Richfield Mon
day on the morning train.
The people of Granite Quarry
are hoping to have a market soon.
We hope they will not be disap
pointed. Mrs. E. O. Cody spent Sunday
evening in Gold Hill. Ted Hed
rick and Mrs. Lizzie who returned
with Mrs. Cody and spent Sunday
night and Monday with her.
Mi3s Minnie Frick and Jay
Cody spent Sunday evening in
Charlie Walton has the typhoid
Miss Maud beatord has gone to
Davi county to spend a week
She expects to spend next week
in China Grove visiting school
mates and friends.
They have started to build a
room to the school house which
was planned for some time ago.
We hope to have a good school
Gray Redwine is going to put a
porch, to his store house and will
give the building a coat of paint
Henry Hartman went visiting
over in the sticks Sunday night,
and, on his way back, came to
place in the woods where his horse
would not go. Upon investiga
tion he iouud tne road shut up
with brush. He said it took him
half an hour to remove the brush,
The Yadkin Valley Fsir Asso
ciatiou, of Salisbury, was granted
a charter by the Secretary of
State last week. Those who ' put
up the actual cash and became
the corporators are: M. L. Jack
son, H. C. Trott, P. W. Brown,
John S. Henderson, T. H. Van
derford and J. M. Maupm.
How to Remain Young.
To coutinue young in health and
strength, do as Mrs. N. F. Rowan
McDonough, Ga., did. She says
'Three bottles of Electric Bitters
cured me of chronic liver and
stomach trouble, complicated with
such an unhealthy condition of
the blood that my skin turned red
as flannel. I am now practically
20 years younger than before I
took Electrio Bitters, I can now
do all my work with ease and as
sist in my husband's store." Guar
anteed at all drug stores. Price 50c
STATESYILLE AND IREDELL COUNTY.
The Jewish New Years. Card Raising Re
card Worth While.
Statesvllle Landmark, August 27-80.
Dr. J. J. Mott, whahas been at
Radford, Va., for some time,Jis-ill
there and has been confined to bed
but his condition is not serious.
The. fall term of Statesville
college !will open September 18.
Rev. J. A. Scott, D. D., is presi
E. R. Simons' large barn, at
his home on Davie avenue, was al
most totally destroyed by fire this
morning. The lots is from $300
to $500 with no iusurance.
E. S. Millsaps, of Sharpesburg,
has six acres of corn from which
he hopes to gather 380 bushels.
Mr. Millsaps got the seed from
Halifax county. It is a prolific
corn. Some stalks have as much
as six ears and the average is
about three good ears to the stalk.
The Hebrew New Year Rosh
Hashonah, as it is known in He
brew the first day of the mo nth
Tishri and the begining of the
year 5,669 falls this year on
Septemder 9. Yom Kippur, the
Day of Atonement and the tenth
day of Tishri, falls on September
18. In the Jewish calendar there
are two "New Years." The first,
known as the Passover, comes in
March, and is the beginning of
the religious year. From this
date all religious holidays are
reckoned. The New Year of Sep
tember 9 marks the beginning of
the civil year.
The engine of east-bound freight
train No. 72 waB derailed and
turned over Sunday afternoon
aboutl 3 o'clock at Elmwood.
The train hadjbeeri sidetracked and
the aocident occurred at the
switch just as the engine was pull
ing out of the siding. Although
the locomotived turne over on its
side, neither the engineer nor
fireman was hurt. Conductor
Burgin, who was riding in the
engine at the time, was slightly
but not seriously bruised. A
derrick and wrecking crew were
called to the scene of th9 wreck
immediately and the engine was
placed onthejtrack again Monday
Dr. Washington Byers died thin
morning at 3 o'clock at the horns
of his son, Ai H. Byers, oe
the Buffalo Shoal road in west
Statesville. Mr. Byers was 78
years old. There will be no fun
eral services. The remaii.s will
be buried at Pleasant Hill grave
yard, in Fallstown township, to
morrow morning about 10 o clock.
Mr. Byers was a native of David-
on township, this county. He
was acting surgeon at Fort Caswell
during the civil war.
The company which is to build
macadam road from Lenoir to
Blowing-Rock will hold its first
meeting of stockholders at Lenoir
September 12 to elect officers. A
charter has been applied for and
work will begin on the road just as
soon as possible, ine capital
stock of the company is . 125,000.
It is expected to have a big por
tion ot the road ready for next
Scholarships State Normal and Indus
The Daughters of the Confeder-
acy ot western north uaroiina
have decided to offer at the State
Normal and Industrial College to
deserving descendants of Confed-
rate Veterans, residing in counties
west of Greensboro, two scholar
ships at the State Normal and
Industrial College. Any deeceu
dant oi a uoniederate vetran wn
wishes to secure one of these schol
arships should apply at once to
President J. I. Foust, Greeen-
boro, N. C. On September 10th
two will be seclected from among
(Signed) MRS. J. G. BRODNAX,
Western Section U. D. C,
The Noell-Peacock Upholstery
Co., is shipping goods right along.
This is the nf west industry in town.
It is located behind the Crowell
Furniture Go. The line manu
factured is all kinds of mahogany
finish goods, lounges principally.
Parlor suits will also be manufac
tured. Later high grade mar
tresses will be made. Lexington
Dispatch, Aug. 28th.
To check a cold quickly, get
from -your druggist some little
Candy Cold Tablets called Preven
tics, uruggiits everywhere are
now dispensing Preventics, for
they are not only safe, but de
cidedly certian and prompt. Pre-
ventics contain no uuinine, no
laxative, nothing harsh or sicken
ing Taken at the "sneeze stage'
Preventics will prevent Pneu
monia, Bronchitis, La Grippe, etc,
Hence the name Preventics. Good
for feverish children. 48 Preven
tics 25 cents. Trial boxes 5 cts.
Sold by Grimes Drug Store.
ALBEMARLE AND STANLY COUNTY.
More Dissatisfaction With Agents. How
to Treat Them. Love Kirk Dies.
Stanly Enterprise, Angtist 29th.
The Stanly County Sunday
School Convention will be in Al
bemarle, Sept, 5 and 6, 1907.
We are planning to move our
printing office back to the old
stand and into the new building
we are having fitted up. It will
he nnr affort-to not miss an issue.
but we ask our readers to bear
with us in the next two issues fol
LovaKirk, a son of Mr and
Mrs. Wm. A. Kirk, of Rowan,
died yesterday morning. He was
a young "man of fine character
and a promising life was cut short.
He leaves a wife and one child.
Our sympathies go to the bereaved.
Deputy Sheriff Charles M. Dry,
armed with attachment papers
against the property of L. H. Ray,
W. A. and C. R. Fuller, who have
been selling a well-curbing in this
county for a number of weeks, on
Saturday succeeded in locating
the team and wagon belonging to
th men, but has not been suc
cessful in locating the men, who
are wanted on several charges.
M. L. Efird & Company, livery
men, ot this place, had the at
tachment served, their account
amounting to over $40. Others
in the county are endeaving to
co 'lect bills from the men. It is
another case where a number of
people have been duped into buy
ing a thing which they afterwards
regretted. It is high time that
our people were learning the lesson
to let road agents entirely alone.
They ajradrivariably out working
forkte dollar, and they have
Jstfidied the best plans in wnicn
Yjo fool people into signing notes
and investing in useless things or
goods tliat are not what they are
racked up to be. Show the next
agent the public road and asK mm
to trav&J it. You will find this
the safesvb plau in the long run.
pains in the
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11 pains can bo
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25 cte. Sold by Grimes Drug
Crescent Academy and Business College.
This wall-known county insti
tution opens for the fall term,
September 3rd, and its prospects
for a prosperous session seems
good. The faculty is as follows :
Rev. J. M. L. Lyerly, A. M., rh.
D., mathematics and science;
Rev. C. B. Heller,A. M., language;
N. E. Day, English and history;
H. F. Frick, bookkeeping and
stenography, Miss Aline McLain,
music; Miss Ama Belle Barrier,
art; Miss Ethel S, Shaffner, elo
cution and physical culture; Miss
Flora Bame, primary department;
J( M. Andrews, peumauBhip.
The catalogue shows an enroll
ment last session of 250. A cata
logue can be obtained by address
ing Rev, J. M. L. Lyerly, Cres
cent, N. C.
There are a great many people
who have sliight attacks of indi
gestion and dyspepsia nearly all
the time. Their food may satisfy
the appetite but it fails to nourish
the body simply because the
stomach is not in a fit condition to
Jo the work it is supposed to do. It
can t digest tne iood you eat.
The stomach should be given help.
Y m ought to take something that
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gists. In a
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conducted by the Lexington Dis
jmteb, in which a number of mini-it
rs are given a free trip up the
Hudson river and to the James
town Exposition, Rev. J. A. J.
Farrington, of this city, won one
of the places. The party has a
special car and left on the morn
ing of September 3rd.
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