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SALISBURY, N. O., WEDNSDAYr MARCH. '12Tb. 1912'.
Wm.h. Stewart, to ibq
Hew to llalotalathe1 Plaat Food Supply
wnueerppg crop tftecrop of Corn, ,
If for an reasoa i ths ; farjner
ehould desire to fpllow corn with
corofiand"Jhiland need greeu"
manuH, tbe , Tollowiug . plaiv will
balfjmnd yqaite praoticabl and
profltible and 4rU greatly 1 aid in
mainlamiD the piaffe A food , sup
ply of the sou id an available
The coxa4 TQPc should.; in vari-r
ably, banoultiyated.lata enough to
ibsajre a ufBoient bonsenratnn of
moisiure to. mature jthe orop al-
eaSVlon the laiidCpriria:. gen
erally 'latd-bytob J ebon in this
' stated after yfiiob the midsummer
drought catches the crop bums
it severely, .and frequently" re
daces'tbe yield at least one half.
Cultivate. shallo ii frequent,
aud-late is aii excellent motio for
the corn growers iaf North Oaro
Rye &xid clithfl "n clover should
be so wn broidcast in com and
covered by . the .last cultivation
This will serve as a cover crop
and jireen ma u u r i ng crop for the
oora the following ear.
Donot. puU fpddr or cut tops
from' com when, the following
crop is t be corn a'.ao Let both
fodder and. ops dry. up in tfce
field. In "the spring, when -td-..
rye and crimson clov,er hat made
S-gQOLU growtu BUM. mo icaujr u
iplow under," the fjalrmr wants to
.bring a sharp disd harrow into
- action . The old' corn stalks, the
rye, and the' crimson clover
should bd cut into bits. The - old
talks must not be plowed uuder
whole to hinder the proper culti
vation 'of the following crop, but
ihculd be so reduced that they
will give no trouble by pulling up
The disclngrthbuld b3 dotre
when the orimson clover is oo'mi
hlnun."-The rve will
-Ten Things tado Tills yootft.--
: - Get the land ready for-the
crops. Plow well; harrow and re
harrow until' a 'perfect seed bed la
obtained. Remember that good
preparation is half the battle.
2. Use good seeds. It will be
cheaper to pay a good price for
seeds than to plant those cf pDor
quatiiy.i Then arrange some said
plants, and , grow your own seeds.
8. Get the tcols out some rainy
day and see that tbey are in good ,
conditionjo d o good, work . Look
after the plantar especially. Yen
oan't afford to have a poor stand
from careless planting.
4. -Take special care cf the
horses. See that the harness does
not rub at.d that the collars fit.
Groom well and rub their shoul
ders three or four times a day.
6. Study the feeding of brood
sow; fix up the farrowing pm;
when the pigs come give them
careful attention and keep them
6. Make a start with pure-bred
poultry. Fix up houses and run
ways. Rid the premises of lice.
7. Put the spray pump to work
in the- orchard. Kp up the
gdrden planting and cultivation.
8. r Paint the house.. Buy a
lawn mower and start it running.
Whitewash fences and outbuild
9. Order needed seed of cowpeae,
.soy Deans, etc. Arrange to grow
your own hay this year and to get
the nitrcgen you heed from the
air. . . ' . ;; .
10. Give the boy an acre work
in corn or cotton, or a calf or a
litter of pigs. Interest the girls
in tomato growing or poultry
raising. Progressive Farmer.
Tbe Hangman's Noose at the End of the
fJi.anay:bj9, a.d doubtTes4s true
that 'r many murderera have es
caped the just punishment of
their crimes, but m the great ma-
likelybe heading out" by this Jjorisy of cases the law has exact-
time; but the discing ana piow
ing should be done with reference
to the development of '.the. crim
on clover. -
When the discing has been
done tbe land should be plowed
ome eight or ten inches deep,
depending .on previous depths to
which the land has' been plowed,
and disosd once more to break
clods and further mix the organic
matter with the soil stratum .
The soil should now be allowed to
settle - and become 'somewhat
eomoaot before planting after
which the land Bhould be pre
"pared and the corn planted ac
cording to the method outlined
for this crop whan following
We do not recommend the
sandwiching of a . pea crop be
tween two corn crops for green
manuring purposes because,- in
case the crop is cultivated as late
as is generally necessary, the paa
orop would make but an indiffer
nt growth' before frost and wa
would not only fail to get much
of a nea crop to plow' under - but
ed the full toll. It is a matter of
record, toe. that murderers,
"made cowards by conscience,"
have confessed their guilt under
mental lash. Bat whether
overtaken by the law's machinery
or voluntarily acknowledged,
"murder will out." It is one of
the seven deadly sins crying to
heaven for vengeance, and its
bloody .tail must sooner or later
lead to the assassin's door. The
cry of "murder I!! has always been
one to benumb the brain and
strike terror to the human mind
and heart. It wis such a ory that
Shakeipeare invested with all the
horrows of human imagination;
around the crime of murder he
painted sseues of frightful vivid-
"Murder most foul, as in the
best it is," will not down. These
who are gailty of it may lull
themselves into feeling of compar
ettive security in the passage of
time, but f-.ver and anon the spec
tre will rise and haunt them.
The murderer knows no real rest,
for "wherever von so. the thine
Bit Events Reduced to Li trie Paragraph
for the Headers of This Paper..-.
Neaily one million coal miuers
in England are but on ttrike ' de
mandiug aOi increase in wages.
The. strike is felt thircughcut
Europe, ' v - - - ' v,
' The : textile manufacturers at
Lawience,: Mass., have announced
a five per cent . raise in the wages
of their employeesVwhbhive
been out on a strike for . the past
several mouth?, but it appears
thaV this will not settle th$ strike.
As he was preparing to become
one of the pall bearers at the
funeral of Dr. H. C. Spencer at
Gainsville, Fia., recently, Harry
G. Welch was arrested on a war
rant charging him with the mur
der of the man he was to- help
bury. Welch had been living at
the borne of the latter for several
Announcement haB been made
of the selection of Greensboro as
the location for the establish
mant of a branch manufacturing
and distributing point of the
Armour Fertilizer Works of
Chicago The Greensboro plant
wilt cost about $250,000 and will
be in operation by next fall.
Senator Gardiner, of Maine,
haB introduced a bill under which
the government wuuld take over.
the express companies of the
country. He estimates the total
cost at something like forty mil
lions and he would regulate rates
something like that which pre
vails in the posteffice department.
Governor Hooper of Tennessee,
who has been named among the
nine republican governors who
ire for President Taft idu his
fight for renomination-J as teek
announced; that u4 will keep
hands off in the fight in the state
republican convention. Govern
or He oper is himself a candidate
After writing a letter to his
wife, telling her he wa.s short in
his accounts and declaring "It is
this1 or gjtothe penitentiary"
Postmaster H. L- Marsh of Abbe
ville, S. C , committed suicide
last Wednesday by firing a bullet
into his brain. Marsh was 71
years old and an old union soldier
and has been postmaster for
twelve years, tie leaves a widow
and five children.
In the new foreign office Sun
day. Yuan Shi Kai was . formally
inaugurated provincial President
of the republic of China in the
presence of a great gathering ot
delegates, 'province envOyes, mili
tary and naval officers and other
prominent personages. ' Many
foreigners attended "the cere
monies bub legations were not
represented. Yaan Shi Kai, who
was in military unitorm. read a
would not be able to put on cur
wmtet C3ver cron tor green ma
nuring in the spring.
In view of the general practice,'
however,, peas may be sown in tbe
corn at the last working-, allowed
to mature, and cat up with the
corn stalks and plowed under in
the fall,, after wbioh a crop of
rye and crimson clover may be
own as a winter cover crop and
a green manuring crop in the
spring. This method is likely to
leduoe the yield of v5orn by ex- Zm.
posing the crop to the midsummer
drought whtich saps the land cf
its moisture content and . checks
the development of the plants
Bulletin N. 0. Department of
you are Will follow after you
The fear of discovery is always
upon the wretch whoee hands are
stained with human blood: his
ears are never clcsad to the death
cries of his victim.
In the pursuit of the manslayer
the law is unrelenting. A mass
of leeal technicalities may delav
the day of reckoning, or circum
stances temporarily insurmounta
ble may favor the culprit, but the
hangman a noose is always at the
end of the road Asheville Citi-
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t- .--. -I
flin'alti Amnnilcan Rloi re-Smith Dnls I
5 London, March"" 9. OaDt.
-Roald Aniuiidses triifnip!
is generally acknowledged as
complete. SU herNor wegian
ex plorer baHe.dlae the, cons
queror of theouth pole.
Many Britons arq till clings
iug to the hope t&at Captain,
Scott's return ma$. furnisti. a
dramatic climaXS tb nt
artic story, .v-' fe?'Vfc':-r
m The Royal (graphical
Society is awai tin news from 4
icy. 4.l .-.JS - jsas : ij. -
rauuiii L'tJiuro cumuiuiux it
self. Rear Admiral sPearyi
Sir Ernest ShacMeton' and
Dr dhariom are rimhenjlx
Hems ot Interest gathered From the Allan-
ti( tn tba Anntlaohiine
, A i Workingnoan?3: Olark . club,
said to have ? 2P0 members, i has
been 'organ iz ad in Raleigh to .pro
mote ? the candidacy . of Judge
Clark forthe United States Sen-ate-
, . ... i,- . ..
v. Henry Campbell, a negro man i
about 40 years of age, commit
ted suicide last Thursday after
noonVatisTrome- several mites
.vu. am. ua f - J - J'
J Hnw PlVe jn'H Sfiiian WSJ! Uatn " .-
IV B I HUM WIIUbl II III IICIU
1 . t. - ; --.v
t The farmer who grows a field of
30m and a field of peas and soy
beanspurchases a good brood sow
and feeds the oorn ,and peas to
her Off spring ; then disks the stub
ble laud, sows in rye and crimson
clover and feeds that crop to the
second litter of pigs, will surely
make more , clear money in the
long run than he who grows a
crop and sells it in the raw Btate,
and will have just as fertile a
farm At-thft nd of dirt yearifal i
wiu:tu9.man who; turns-under ior
jn orwegjan explorers, ! may
have reached th; ' goal -i and
each remained inV ignorance
of the other's succ
splayed in theewspapp
as su pportin.x the a arinise" lijMdtittiadiliad J&odm '
that both the British , and alficSed.7 Several' week ago poo-
pie in hi3 commaniBv safd that
CampbaJf was brazy; but he did
not ffppaar 1 at all dahgerous and
no Steps r were" taken to- coc fine
him'. Ha 5 was a vjry-iarae mail,
The Price Ot a Bij0e. . ; Cl aemingly in perfect health; and
What is a taaAoig b66i coua;deredvp ucjabIe;
worth? At the nt term of barmleas and a thrifty s rtf
Forsyth county TsuDerior ' .bellow. "
court for the tiial pf.-ciyil
nncaa r ? n wrr -ttt ill V y-k r 1 ! nl
jy -" "rw. Wautaoga .county,-iays that he
upon to decide this question: ... . . .e ...
a i. j i u , v will not be 'a candiiate, f)r tht
A to th man. mnti -mat thv ' " A , , -
toe, he estimated the valde of RWbll?aQ nomiuatlOM ,for Conr
the missing member at$2,50O. jrs in tbis district, Mr Lin
And so it is asserted inthe WiSpeot Tuesday nig at fJaM.
complaiut filed reeentlyb'y r-We'jk, in Stateavill, giog i6in
Attorney Fred M. Pa'rrish' in I here to Taylors ville, Wod xesdaf
iuc Lane ui hi, j. ygoM.ui.v4o, i moTning, ana wnen quesEiouea:o.
suing by his next iKl4;aiadmari wpor'ter; about the
Li. AiariQge, vs. uoook- statement mad' in the Salisbury
w. iuuimiy Py.r pfchat'he would be a oodi-
luia uity. xiio uuuipiciiui air
leges that the young man
lost his great toe by reason of
the negligence of the defen
dant company for whom he
was at work. .The accident
occurred on February 15,
1909. Youn? Aldri.dge, 'who
is 17. years old was Berving
as an apprentice ah the foun'
SOME QF;R0WAN'S ULOEST CITIZENS.
Whore 'Thei?vls This LisKDofififif? ?
Waare stiJL geUingii nauips fcx
our pid folkg cplnaWaudv filling
m ma oates or ojrtu, or jptijera ana
u Dxteuut u wiu ue appreevateav
ffllfilmma Shumab. af Sala?
tttxj; mta Junsf 2iidi$ vi
rir v. ana , was mftmiff ome
heffrbetbftrrv!v.iron brought back, t V
fnwhWim-ai to stand'triaf
OY-exasome iron and Iell? drop
ping the heavy weight from
his hands to his foot. Not
only was the big toe severed
entirely from h's foot but the
toe next to the bit? toe was
smashed until it is of no more
service, .bor toeee mjune?
the plaintiff asks that he be
allowed damages to the
amount of 82,500. Winston
One Kind of Modern Girl not Fitted for
Deliver us from the modern
girl if she is the kind that is
always seen on the streets,
da far the nomination, h9 ws s
very .emphatic in his answer that
he will not be a candidate. He
said the statement in the Post
was made without his . knowledge
or consent. Statesville Land
mark. . W. H. McKnfcire has beei cap
ture! in Tampa, FlaM and- will be
half a do9n meu who disappeared
from time to time in Rutherford
c unty. Tbe last murder he is
charged with is that of an old
hermit named Hinos, disappeared
under very mysterious ciscum
stances. McEutire tried to eet
possession of tbe old mau's prop
erty after his disappearance and
when suspicion was aroused he
left the court. It is alleged that
he burned the bodies of all his
victims in the furnace of his illicit
The college commission, having
in hand the choosiug of a site for
the Mfc. Amoena Seminary, will
visit the several plac&B offering
ntwg,Be safcep ana woi n pay.
folclihs'fedttud caring of thf
Hock. Some citt'e will beu d c
also, as there will be jnuch of .b
ooarsr parts of the r ugh fefd
that the sheep cannot handle tc
adrantagp, and to carry out thif
plan of saving aUthefesdyraliie
of the crops, thus jaducingVthe
whole to a miuiunxthe cattlV W'
do their part. Progressive, Farm
mer. livine TUeartirinite
and I will wager be will'
better credit by far at
TVl " a i - n - ' " ' "
jl amy uonarS;Wm pay
brood sow that will prod
pork the firsr $ ear, mrkiiiri
.chasejdif the land, is kept A Mrs, gan'sfCM isffth
Mt.-should be. growing ie
crgpsvery.mohtb of the year
tuexo will De proguct8 Jren
l crops-coin udder, pea hay
etoT-fihsPb t he hogs cannot use;
there will aUj fie moie perma iem
pasture grass than they w.i! con
uraV, and to pr-ys-bfthV wastii.
Gt the'-feed vaiuo of tbwge bpro"
4ucts:a small fl .k t.f sh-p w.i.
.ieBd'vln.if?-j esf-s will c:e
frlJr .fiwd the.jami.s wJ
:xue" --o4,;ff)8 next epni.g.
'" J, - -r dB'-CJ' mT .
1 A I - 1
who it turned loose in a
kitcken, would not know the sites iod donations, and will meet Unless
difference between 'a skillet
and a sancepan, who knows
not the difference - between
"saltrising" and - any other
kind of bread. . Woe unto
the man who is so unfortun
ate as to get one of these
"creatures" for a helpmate,
For should the cook fail to
turn up, a most likely hap
penmg, on any one of these
declaration promising faithfully frosty mornings, he must go
to develop the republic, observe DreaKiasuesfl to nis worK or
the constitutional laws and retire else suffer the pangs and hor
when the National Assembly ap
pointed a permanent President
The ceremony was solemn, almost
Host tesnrfff Sate tttorT
No conditions, no prpjuthces,
no posaioie combination ot cir
cumstances can stand in the way
of a more general and complete
use of labor-saving implements
and machinery or we are doomed
to remam "hewera'of wood and
drawers of water" in the agricul
tural world for all time.
There is a tremendous reach of
progteas between the old cradle
used in the harvesting of small
greinB less than a century ago
and the combined header and
thresher of today, but this sets an
example which the Southern far
mer must follow in the improve
ment of his farming methods.
this spirit of progress
on weanesaay, marcn u, to taxes nrm hold ot our agriculture.
make a final report, which will be our favoring climatic conditions
presented to tne regular meeting or abundant sunshine and mois-
ot the Lutheran Synod at Char- tare, our monopDly of the great
lotte in May. Salisbury, Albc-. est field crop known to the farm-
marie, Lexington, China Grove, iag world, and the number and
pathetic and typical of China's
Fears of a strike of a hundred
Landis. and Mt. Pleasant all
havo made iuviting proposals.
The mystery of the death of
Myrtle Hawkins, whose dead
body was found floating in the
waters of Lake Osceola Septem-
i in im u ki 4.
n . -. . . I ilrl I III I IT I I . WILH 1 1 1 1 1 II V 1 1 tl t HftjKU
either by his wife's leaden uearer to 80lufeion Mday after
hisp.nita or tbe fare from some noon when the Hendsrson county
down town restaurant. Give gfaud 3uryi sitting at Henderson-
varied excellence ot our other
agricultural products cannot con
tinue to overome that tremen
dous disadvantage of the failure
to uae labor-s iving farm machin
ery, under which we are now
suffericg. Progressive Farmer.
What is Lent?
The name Lent is derived
us the oldfashioned sunbon- I ville. returned true bills charg-H from the old English word
net girl who knows how to
prepare a meal which shall
and eighty thousand anthracite really satisfy the inner man.
coal miners Anril 1. caused a Grastonia .Gazette.-
general rash on the part of con
Burners for coal to carry them
over the strike period. Tbe sud
den demand is widespread .
Many dealers have increased
prices. -It is reported he .rail
roads' supply is running short.
comes from Dr. J. T. Curtis?,
Dwtght, Kansas. He writes: ' I
uo only hive cured bad cases of
ecz ma in niy patients with Elec
tric Bitters but also cured myself
by them of the same disease. I
feel sure they -will benefit any
case of e-izema." This shows
what ihonsands have . proved;
that Electric Bitters is a most
effective blood purifier . It's an
orustv -humors, as well as i.fxceiient , remedy ror eczema,
their accidental inruries, cuts ftetterj jalt rneum, ulcers, nous
burns bruiees. etc,, 'with partect and running sores. i Jrt stimulates
safety. Nothins-else hea s so
;SX To MothersAnd Others.
. ;vYcn can' use Bucklen's Arnica
Salve to cure children of jscZema,-
rashes, tettdrr chaflogs, scaly and
quickly. For boils, ulcers, old,
tunning cr fever sores or piles it
has lno equal." -2& cents at All
liver, kidneys and" bowets expels
noisoiis, helps digestion. -builds
up the strength. " Price' 50 cents .
Satisfaction guaranteed by All
Repels attack Of Death.'
'Five years ago two doctors
told me I had only two. years to
live."' This startling statement
was made by Stillman Green,
Malabbite, Col. "They told me
I would die with consumption.
1 was up to me then to try the
bast lung medicine and I began to
use Dr. King's New Discovery,
Early tomatoes rot badly here.
How shall I prevent?" Spray accessory before the fact to the
the plants in the eee3-beds with murder, and Dan McCall father,
Bordeaux mixture, and after they of Mrs. McCall, is charged with
are set out Bpray every ten days being an accessory after the fact.
tul the fruit is half grown. This Immediately fobowing the read-
will prevent the rot. and the leaf
fcflight," but wiif-hayd -no effect, on
the Southern bacterial 1 lieht.
.. -. F
ing murder against Abner McCall Lencten, meaning Spring,
his wife, Beatrice McCall, and and so may be called the
George Bradley, and a woman Spring fast, and is kept in
"unknown to the jury." commemoration of the forty
"Boney" Bradley, a brother of days spent by the dear Lord
George, is charged with being an
in th wilderness
The Lenten tast has been
observed and kept by the
Church from a very early
date. Traces of its obser
vance are found in the writ
insrs of the Anti-Nicene
Quaff y, vbornvBeptember
G h as . JA r rffanlf droran Tnwnr
. ro2i. - -.V.
vV. M. Barker? ot
l -vr i '
. oorn ioye,ini
.Mi3S8.ru 1 1 zaeJJeeiiler, r ut e
N . 2, Chio4Gfaec ra
I.lpbardt, lives eastof
mmcmtZ born Novg6lr88
Ph 1 1 lip m T&M$li&
Abner wMfrj '-AlwSfc
Grove, boru April 7, 1880,
1 .rcWGroW bom- DeX- -
Miaa Jpry :Bl-:Gilfeaifcbotn
-Aprll15h, ' 1826V age-" - 85
Mrg.Aiinie- CressrrankUn' " v
Mrs .'Rozsna1 Bostians-China" '
Grove, btxrnv . " JJJ
Cant. Wm. A Lucky ,Glvfl-
land, born Sept., 1827, new
John H. A. Lipoard Wood-
Gaorge Dal, China Grove 1J6,
1, bpin July 4th, 1827. ....
Mrs. C. E. Blackwelder, Chi
na Grove, born..
Mrs. Mary E. Menius, Steele
Township, born February
Nathan Morgan, Providenoe
Township, born May 31,1828
Samu9l Dal, Chiua Grove
Towuship, born January
17th, 18S0, n w
Mibj Sirah E. S9chler, R. D.
No. 2, China Grovj, born
November 6, 1829, mw. , . .
Jacob A. Kluttz, Franklin
Township, born April 27th,
Jacob Albright, Atwell Town
Mrs. vV . H. Neave, Salisbury,
born January, 1831,.:.....
Martin Blackwelder, No 1,
China Grove, born Sep
tember 1st. 1831. now.
J. L, T)eal, China Groye, No.
li now over
Mrs Jacob Albright, Atwell
TownBhip, born ...........
J. G. Albright, China Grove,
bqrai83l,, now 80
Mrs. J . Gt , Albright, China
Grova horn 1831, now
CutharineS, Earnhardt, born
July 14, 1831, now
Levi Powlass, IJjity Town
shTp, bora April 11, 1831,
old soldier, hai been blind
for 13 j ears, now
Isom Hosky, col,. East Spen
cer, born May 8, 1811.....
Who are the others? Send in
the name of the oldest person you
now, and give nearest date Of their
- ' :M if
msnura uaifthef prsMna V s ' i$m
The only thing for this is to use
uninfected soil.- .:. .F-- Massey,
in Progressive Farmer.
iug of the bill of indictment, war- Writers Irenaeu3 and Origen,
rantB were'issued for the iudiotid s0 it runs all through the
narties and:all were arrested and Christian Centuries back
placed in Henderson county jail.
One of the worst wrecks in the
history of Wilmington occurred
Friday night at 8 o'clock, when
the Atlantic Coast Line passenger
tram No. 5 from Sanford collided
through Jewish history to the
days when Israel was de-
livered from Egyptian bond
Lent is the special season
for drawing nearer to God,
for special acts of charity and
. : Nineteen Miles 4 Second
without a jar, shock or . dislurb
ance.48 the awful speed of our
It was well I did, for t day I am earth through space . We wonder head-on with a yard engine just devotion, for giving up cer
as it was about to enter the city tain things that might tend
rtat has chead thrgravef aT PMS.M- Foreman H. B Goodnight, who God, for the deepening of the
tuff-jr with coughs, colds or other Lwork that brings good eatlth and "as on tne yara engiuu, jnugiuuer n , o , wae present
Gold Knob School Closes.
Tbe school at Gold Knob closed
Friday, March 8th. The closieg
exercises which began at 4. :80 p.
m. consisted of recitations, dia
logues, songs, etc., was rendered
well especially by the little folks .
Seven very nice gifts were pre
sented to the (principal) teacher
by the larger girls. Succeeding
this several social games were,
played in tbe yard. About all of
the students parted frith teirs in
their eyes. A very nice crowd
throat -.and lung troubles now
Take the core that's safest Price
50 cents and $1 00. Trial bottb
free sit All Druggists.
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