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State Grand Lodge Knights of
Pethias is session "a t Waynes
ville this week and a number of
delegates from Salisbury and vi
cinity are in attenda- ce
Hon 1 hep F Kluttz will deliv
er the annual address the annual
outing of the Nazareth Orphans'
Home of Crescent, which will be
held this year A.ugust 3rd.
The Methodist of Salisbury
are arranging to go by special
train to Winston Salem on Thurs
day, June 22nd, which is to be
in the way of an outing and a
visit to their orphanage located
Karr Moore, contractors,
who have been doing some drain
ag-e work in the county, have se
cured a big contract near Mon
The Salisbury Perpetual Build
ing and Loan Association held
its 32nd annual meeting in its
office last Friday evening. Re
ports showed the association had
out loans amounting to $110 000
aid about 4,ooo shares in force,
v )fficers were elected as follows:
President,' S F Lord Vice Presi
dent, T B Brown; Secretary and
Treasurer, Frank R Brown; At
torneys, Linn and Linn. .
T B Marsh, Jr., a splendid
young business man of Salisbury,
has been made manager of the
Colonial theatre. He has had
considerable experience in this
work and will give the public a
plenty of wholesome entertain-i
A new front is being put in the
Hedrick building recently vaca
tedby the Arey Hardware
Co. and a new one is also to be
placed in the building occupied i
by Staines & Parker jewelers.
A meeting of the committee
interested in seeurinp; a free
bridge across the Yadkin between
Rowan and Davidson will take
piace in the old court h ise Fri
day afternoon. Davwl i":i p ple
seem r to be willing frr si ;!i a
bridge provided the 'Kcwari "folic
buiTofit.- i "
i ne L-namDer or commerce is
arranging to celebrate the 4th of
July here as before. They hope
to make a bigger and better day
than ever before. A number of
prizes are to be offered for floats,
Invitations to the marriage of
Miss Frances, daughter of Mrs.
J. M. Julian and Rev. C C. Hive,
have been issued. The ceremony
will take place in St. John's
Lutheran Church Wednesday
evening, June 28th. They will
be at home at Laucastor, Pa.,
after July 15th.
The marriage of Miss Pearle
Adams of Hamilton Ga 'and
Dr Craig- C. Newsom, son of
Mr. and Mrs. A H. Newsom
of Salisbury, took pla.ce at the
home of the bride Sunday, June
4th. Dr. Newsom has been practicing-
dentistry at Hampton for
a year or more.
See Wallace's new ad. Its
The C D Kenny Co. of Balti
more have opened a tea and cof
fee house in Salisbury. This
firm has a large number of such
stores and handle a splendid line
of goods. The business here is
temporarily in charge of H L
Mickey of Winston Salem but
will later be managed by Carl
Brunback'of Birmingham, Ala
The general assembly of the
Holiness aggregation colored, is
to be held at the Church of God,
corner o f Craig and Thomas
Streets, June 29th to July 10th.
J E Alexander, who has been
conducting a photograph gallery
in Danville, has returned to Sal
isbury and will continue his bus
Division t$o. 375 Brotherhood
Locomotive Engineers, held a
beautiful service at the Spencer
Baptist Church Sunday after
noon in memory of the deceased
members of this division. An
appropriate address was deliver
ed by the pastor, Rev. E T Car
ter and special music was render
ed. Tim division has lost 27
members by accident and other
Luther Rabon of the Watson
ville neighborhood, has a pigeon
that came there with bauds on
its legs. One of the bands is
numbered. It is probably a
homing pigeon t h a t - lost its
School Teachers Elected.
At a recent meeting of the
school board teachers were elect
ed for the jublic schools of
'Salisbury. Prof. J, A. Leitch,
principal of the High School; W.
L. Anderson, principal of the
grammar school; Miss Nena
DeBerry principal of the prima
ry school; Miss Jennie Sullivan,
principal of the Innes Street
School; W. A. Stoker principal
of the Chestnut Hill School; Mrs.
T. E. Johnson . primary super
visor; Miss Estdle Yarbrough
librarian; A T. Allen, superin
tendent, and L. H. Hall, princi
pal of the Negro school.
A County Tubercular Sanatorium.
At recent meeting of tho Row
an County Medical Association
resolutions were passed endorsing
the establishment of a tubercular
sanatorium for the county and
appointed a committee to present
the matter to the county commis
sioners. 1 he committee rormu"
lated the following petition for
presentation to the couty commissioners:
We, the undersigned - duly ap
pointed committee, respectfully
petition your honorable body to
at once proceed to provide a suit
able heme to be known as "'The
Rowan County Sanatorium"
where indigent, tubercular pa
tients may be taken and treated
We urge this because of the
urgent necessity of isolating thes
cases of incipient tubercular trou
ble in order that the spread of
this desease may be, in a meas
This can be run in connection
with but entirely separate from,
the present county home at a
surprisingly small cost to the
This request is made, not only
in the interest of suffering hu
manity, but also in the interest
of the poor unfortunates who are
necessarily jthrown in close con
tact with those suffering with
the disease, 80 per cent of which,
sooner or later, according to sta
tistics, have the disease.
QFor these reasons, gentlemen,
we beg you to establish this
M. Van Poole,
The State Primary Vote is Canvassed.
Raleigh, June 12. The State
Election Board here today certi
fied to the vote cast in the
primary of June 3rd for State
Governor, Bickett, 6 3,119;
Secretary of State, Grimes,
58,841; Hartness, 27,300; Clark,
Treasurer, Lacy, 60,008; Mann,
Attorney General, Manning,
43,332; Jones, 18,902; Sinclair,
18,036; Calvert, 12,847. .
Commissioner of Labor and
Printing, Shipman, 62,817; Del-
62,817; Boyd2 7,619.
Commissioner of Agriculture,
Graham, 50,250; McKinnon, 33,-
586; Hobbs, 8,971.
Young, 69,998; McCleneghan, 22,-247.
Unveiling of Yauce Statue in Washington
Invitations have been received
in Salisbury for the unveiling
ceremonies of the Zebulon Baird
Vance statue i n Washington
city, Statuary Hall, Thursday
morning, June 22nd.
The invitation reads as follows:
appointed by the Governor of
to present a statue of
Zebulon Baird Vance
to the United States
on behalf of the
State of North Carolina
request your presence
The Unveiling Ceremonies
on Thursday morning, June 22d,
at half after ten o'clock
Statuary HallThe Capitol
PiSS for Sale. Extra fine Berkshire
and Berkshire and Durock
Jersey .crossed. Deliveries 15
to 20 of June, $3.50 each. W. H.
Leonard, Wallace Building. It.
The many friends of Theo. A.
P.Roseman of Litaker Township,
will rgret to learn that after
some months illness, he departed
this life Friday morning, aged
71 years, 8 months and 17 days.
The funeral was held from Mt.
Hope, Saturday, of which he was
a charter member and a loyal
friend. Rev. H. A. Welker offici
ating and Revs. J. M; L. Lyerly
and J. A. Koons assisting. The
cause of his death was paralysis.
He leaves a wife, a sister, Miss
Flora and three brothers, Milo,
Jeremiah and Lawson. He was
a Confederate soldier, a good
citizen and a consistent Chris
Peter Freeze, a resident of the
Landis neighborhood, nearly 78
years old, died Thursday night.
The funeral was held from Mt.
Moriah Church Friday afternoon.
Rev W. S. Wessinger officiating.
Mr. Freeze leaves a wife, 11 chil
dren and 55 grand children. He
was a good citizen and had a host
Guy S., Jr., the eighteen-montbs-old
son of Mr. and Mrs.
G. S. Lane, of Spencer, died Fri
day afternoon after a short ill
ness with gastritis. The funer
al took place from the house
Saturday afternoon, Rev. C. M.
Pickens officiating and the re
mains were taken to New Bern
Charlie L. Woodrum, son of
Mrs. W. J. Woodrum, age 30
years and 5 months, died at the
home of his mother Friday even
ing after a brief illness with dia
betes . After a funeral service at
the house his remains were ship
ped to Barkeriville, Va., for interment.
Board of Alderman Hold Monthly Meeting-
The board of alderman of Salis
bury held their regular monthly
meeting in the city hall last
Wednesday evening, all being
Francis Marsh was present and
asked for an appropriation of
$400 for city play grounds.
A petition signed by property
owners on the Chestnut Hill sec
tion of South Main Street asked
that a paving district be form
ed and that part of the street be
paved. The lequest was granted
and the work will probably be
Henry Goodman, representing
a number of citizens of the north
ward asked that one of the new
school buildings be located on
the west side of Main Street,
rather than between the car line
The building committee reprot
ed that permits had been granted
duringJMay amounting to $35,
000. Wm James asked that the work
of paving West Conncil Street
be postponed until after July 4th
owing to the entertainments to
be pulled off at the fair park
on uly 4th. Request granted.
An arc light was ordered to be
placed at the intersection of
Park Avenue and Shaver Streets.
The board decided to call for
plans for the new school build
ings although all the sites have
not yet been definitely settled.
The site for the school in the
west ward near the Second
Presbyterian Church, to cost
$3 600 was decided on.
The fire committee reported 3
fires for May with slight losses.
Salaries of officers were fixed
as follows: City clerk $50. per
month, City tax collector 2 per
cent, up to $1200 and I per cent,
after that, city treasurer $50 per
month chief of police, $100 and
sergent $75 per month and the
other salaries were left as at
A motion to, discontinue the
pay of the aldermen and the
The election of policemen was
postponed because one alderman
desired to leave
Stomach Troubles and Constipation
"I will cheerfully say that
Chamberlain's Tablets are the
most satisfactory remedy for
stomach troubles and constipa
tion that I have sold in thirty
four years' drug store service,"
writes S. H. Murphy, druggist,
Wellsburg. N. Y. Obtainable
WILSQN AND MARSHALL-
Everything Cat and Dried for tie Democrats
who fleet in St Louis Today.
St. Louis, Jane 13. Ar
rival here ti night ofrSecrfita
ry of War Newt on u Baker
President Wilson's '" pe'eonal
representative beariup; .the
'President's own" draft. of
the platform and the news
that he desired the reoomirn
tioh.of Vice President Mar-ar-all,
firmly established the
harmony program for the
D-ru cratic National ('onven-.
Hon. wlichojens tomorrow.
When Chairman McCombs
)f th Democratic Na ional
Committer let? his gavel
jound at - noo tomorrow,
leaders expect all p'e-couven-ion
discord to be blend -d in
une harmonious note. A pro
rara upon both the president
cial nominations ind Ihn
pla'form as well has apparent
Iv bnu agreed upon by the
Vice presidential b oms,
arouni which mM; of the
pre-conven ion tights have
centered, wilted "away to
il pht tinder influence of the
personal message from tU-.
White House that th Presi
dent desired Mr Marshall
again as his running mat'.
Secretary Baker also elfec
tually risposevi ot the vice
presidential boom in his own
behalf, whi. h' had' itt iined
prominence in tie belief in
some quart rs that Mr Mar
-mall lacked genuine Admit
istratiou ?upp irt.
"The President is for -the
nomination of Vice President
Vlarshall." was the emphatic
statemert tonight o Secret t
"So far is 1 know the Pre:
dent has not coHiMered any
other nominee. As to the
movement started in my br
half, 1 am for Mr Marshall. I
am here as a delegate from
Ohio. I ran in a l opular pri
mary pledged to trpport Mr
Marshall and obviously could
uot allow myself to be consid
"The Presidents own" draft
of the plUfor,T a single copy
said to have br-eii ly pi written
by himself, will be delivered
by Mr Baker to Senator Ston
of Missouri, chairman to be ot
the resolutions co mittje.
Little change in itie antici
pated. ' Mr BakfHa1ti he
came here as the means of
communication between the
committee the convention
and the President.
The case of Hartly and Van
derford, election judges who had
a little scrap at the North Ward
polling- box election day has been
postponed till Monday when it
will be heard in the county court
June 12 The farmer? are
getting along with th-ir har
John Henderlight was a
visitor at L J Beaver's Sun
Mr and Mrs Tom Peeler
were visitors at H C tionbaiN
J S Koon is going in to sell
meat right. He hss hired
boy o work his farm so he
wont be tronble with it.
0 L Webb ip board1 ng down
at Henry Hnba ger's v. nl
he is at work cutting logs for
ML Yost in miming a truck
farm. He had a squash and
a pint of string beaus in
Salisbury .'last week.
J T Webb, J L Honbargei
and O L Webb are off on a
vacation helping to take off
the' harvest. They . are ex-pectt-d
to, go back to their old
trade cutting logs.
J T-"Webb was on his o d
run Sunday night. I wont
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THE SEVENTH DAY OR EPOCH
In this presentation, we are following a line of thought which
seems to be growing in acceptance among Bible students. We
are living in the Seventh Creative Epoch, or Day that began
where the Sixth Day closed, after God had created Adam In His
own image and likeness. Genesis 1:26, 27.
God there rested from His work from creating. He fore
knew the permission of Sin and Its dire effects upon humanity.
He fort'knew the stwps He wourd take in providing ultimately a
Redeemer for the race, and that the Redeemer would select a
little company of. believers, figuratively styled the Bride of
Christ To thi9 Redeemer and His Bride, God intended to give
the dominion, control of Earth God purposed that Messiah's
Kingdom of Righteoiisness.should eventually uplift the willing
and obedient from Sin and Death conditions.
God rented from His work of creating in that He did not ac
tively employ His Power to overthrow Sin and uplift mankind.
God rested the matter in the hands of the Redeemer, Jesus, to
be accomplished through His sacrifice for sins and His glorious
Reign for the release of mankind from Sin and Death. The
Church, God's new creation of this rent period, is Heavenly, not
earthly. 2 Corinthians 5:17; Hebrews 3:1; 4:1-4.
It is claimed that, according to the Bible chronology, six
thousand years from Adam have already passed. If go, the
thousand years of Messiah's Reign, which is to close the great
Seventh Epoch-Day. is near at band.
According to this beautiful theory, the work of Messiah in
His thousand-year Reign soon to begin will complete the Crea
tion. Not only will the race be brought to human perfection,
but incidentally man will have obtained the needed experience
In respect to good and evil. Meantime, also, the Earth will be
gradually coming to a state of perfection Paradise restored
world-wide. Both human perfection and the perfection of the
Earth were fittingly rereented in Eden, when Adam was in
his Maker's lmage-?-a Khag.
MOTHER EVE CREATED
As the Crention of Adam was at he close of the Sixth Day,
the Creation of Mother Eve is indicated as having been accom
plished in the beginning of the Seventh Day. However we view
the matter, the first pair were created approximately in the be
ginning of the Seventh Day or Epoch, which is now nearly
completed. Mother Eve was merely a portion of Adam sepa
rated from him for a special purpose for the propagation of
a race. Adam possessed originally in his own person the qual
ities masculine and feminine which subsequently were divided
between liim and his wife, when she was taken from his side.
Genesis 2:21-23; 1 Corinthians 11:8.
Adam for a time was alone in Eden, finding no congenial
companionship in the beasts and the birds. Mother Eve was his
innte, bone of his hone and flesh of his flesh. Their very differ
ence of quality and disposition made them the more compan
ionahle to each other, because esich found in the other the de
sired complement. They twain were one; neither .one was com
plete without the other. The feminine qualities of Adam's per
fection he still possessed in Motlier Eve. -
Adam was the father of the race and failed to give it life.
Jesus is to become its second father, the See ad Adam, through
whom everlasting life may be at'nined. 1 Corinthians 15:21.
Eve was associated with Adam in the sin and disobedience
which brought the penalty. So ibe Elect Church, the Bride of
Christ, when completed glorified, will be His Joint-Heir in His
Kingdom, and His associate in the "regeneration" of the world
during His Messianic Reign. Romans 8:1 1; Matthew 19:28.
Another suggestion has been offered: Jesus declared that
those who attain to that resurrection will neither marry nor be
given in marriage. As Adam originally possessed all the qual
ities of character, masculine and feminine, so humanity,, when
fully restored to the image and iikonoss of God. will re-attain
perfection of individuality Sex divisions will then be no more.
Earth will be filled with sufficient population Luke 20:35. 3fi
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Your dealer has Elcaya
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