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v n Monday is "All-Saints Day."
Dr. Miles' Pain I'll 1. "One cent a doe."
Four weeks yet till Thanksgiving
Ortolier almost gone and no front I
1? ..m.irlrahl '
Cotton Ih Ave and
still coming down.
a haleeptsand Is
T. M. Kerns is to build two, more
frottagW on Oemterv street.
1 Al Bost, of Chestnut Hill, is build
ing himsflf a new two-story dwelling.
Evry woman need Tr. Mite Pain PUU.
Postmaater Ramay will take charge
4l or t
of the postofflce next Monday,
AdMsilnrt earthquake shock wm
j Hit In this city Thursday nlg4it
j about 10;30.
fagg, Laiingtnn, bn opened
and on Council stret neit
Iff Arcv building.
W. M. Wfley will build
lm wHane dwelling on Horah strft,
( ij .n lijto M rs. Luke Blackmers.
I. H. Ifenly, lost about llfl on last
Krlrt tv. Tha money wan In bills and
was lost on the street.
House are In grant demand In this
cH y and Rpeneej, fioma are even snok
en fur befora, the foundations are laid.
The organisation of afoot-ball team
is being agitated by lovers of such
e organized thla
We need somo wood. Bring us a
h;id if you owe anything on the
Watchman. Two-foot wood Is what
- jl L. Cecil has the contract to build
a brick store house at the Tance Cot-
ton Mill In which to store cotton for
the mill's future use. i
tt Bays' lecture on "Courtship"
at the Motbodist churjrti last Tburs
dify night was well received by his
heater. It was a gem.
Tor newest styles and lowest prices
v isit M isses MeCoy,t Baird's Millinery
Emporium, one door above G. W.
Wright's furniture. store. 10-21-tf
Sam nayden, a Salisbury boy, who
Hns heen serving a term 1n the State
pritm, hn beon partloned by the
;.vvrni . and Is now tit home.
Ki-4t. Bean has een made district
hienf of the Sun hH AuntnceCotti
tuovi Mohtroal, Caanda. Mr. Bean's
4 ntinrv Ihehtdes flte enunHeSi -
A tnrntut tif lh Ctinv-ueiRlotl tit
Ushtirv ii b ititf hnltl ial Mi: Mary's
High Point, II llttp-t1M1
i, Miirtlotdt aim Hi BP
.1, W, 1es t-ha avnuHUti
hrogU the cRy ridai night
II tfas to iav liegun a meeting here
Sunday, hut the owwinont va eun-
fe tn requested yS annnnncn that
tbefe will bp preaeblng at Union
lEvilngeRcal liutheran church on next
Hundav, the :Ust of October, at II
iVelock a. in. .
On Monday the Southern sold
round-t rip tickets jto the Nashville
Exposition for s&r.r5. A number of
Siiisburians took advantage. of the
oflef to visit the Exposition which Is
to close with t his month.
Sheriff Monroe lefct Monday night
for Nashville, Tenn., having in charge
Erhesi Hohnes, who will be placed in
a reform school In that city. They
were aceompanted by Messrs. R. J.
Holmes, Sn, the boy's father, and
brother, R. nolmes, Jr.
Pfahs have been submitted to H. L.
Oaalr1 for the large brick store rooms
whlclf he? will build 6n the corner of
Main and Fisher streets. A decision
will soothe made a ttv whether Mr.
ffclTTwlTl buRd tumedlately or wait
Mr. Ctco. Parks, who ;wa in town on
last Friday tells us thecommtttemen
tf his school district have employed
Miss Com lsenhour, of Cabarrus
county, to teach -t the academy near
Rockwell this winter. The school at
ths place opens the second Monday in
John C. Cress, ot the firm of JLentz
& Cress, grocerymen, is at present
confined to his bed at his father's
housQio the county with the fever.
He was taken to his home Sunday,
where he Is waited upon by Dr. Sum
niercll. of Mill Rridge. We hope John
will soon be at- his place of business
Thb Presbyterian iSynod win meet
in the Presbyterian church of this
city on next Tuesday. Mr. Wt L.
Kluttz has secured reduced rates urn
railroads for the ministers and dele
gates.1 Dr. Rumple has secured
money .sufficient for the excursion of
members of the Sj ncd totha Orphans'
Home at Barium springs oh Thurs
day. Many 'visitor are expected in
ounclty during next week.
In order to keep the pay roll down,
tle Southern wilH-during this week,
s!iut down on the afternoons of Tuea
(Tnv, Cway &nK;iH;y. We
have been tbld that sme of the work
in -n at Sp ?n."er will -quit on this oc
countand go back to the Manchester
shop. Many of the employers don't
like the change. The pay roll for the
iastl month was considerably'above
the Average on account of extra-work
v-7T I -
lull i at - this office now.
in i i
Brown Brothers, of Salem, Va;
In a letter from our young friend,
Mr. J. L. Hampton, who is preparing
himself for the ministry at Roanoke
College, Salem, Va., he speaks very
highly of the Messrs. J. R. C. Brov. I
Jr. & Co., who have cast their lot
with us and opened a dry goods store
In a nxau under the opera house job
aturday last. Mr. Hampton says la
speaking to the readersof the WATjpp
man: "A a former citizen of lb wjt n.
but a persoual friend Tof the Rni
Brothers, of KalenijVa., I tjheerfttlly
recommend them to the people; of
Salisbury and surrounding commu
nity. They are successful merchants
seeking a locution for greater bin-ine.
advantages. Wo feci quite sure t bat
tttey have made a good choice In com
ing to our rising city of Salisbury.
,4G. L. IlAMtrroN.
Roanoke College, Va., Oct. 1, 97."
Salisbury's New Building
In speaking of the new business
hltstk for Salisbury and the plans for
building the same, the Charlotte pjH
aerver of Sunday says!
"Architect H(Kk njx'iit Friday fn
Salisbury, submitting plans for an
elegant three-story granite froii
bUlldmg which Mr. IX L, aaaklil will
'Mr. Oasklll received several phi us,
liut elected the one Huhinltted ly Mr.
HrMk as being the most convenh ni
and artistic. This Is decidedly the
handsomest building In Salisbury and
will compare fuvorahly with thivlH
buildings In the State. The first riot
will contain stored the second will he
au office floor, while the third story
will be used as a lodge room. The
building will be M feet by loft feet."
First Prisoners Escape From
About 7 o'clock last Thursday evien
log three prisoners walked out of tfje
eity hall. Tirey were John Cralge,
Cas Henderson and Clarence: liar-
grave, and were placed In the kasl&ai
that day. Craige was jh acell ahmi
and made his escape through arjne
a Dove tne door which he had made
removing the brick. Once in t hi' hail
he found the keys and fiberated tlie
ot her two prisoners and together thejy.
took their departure. Craige was
caught again that night and the
Mayor sent him to the chain gang Mr
thirty days for his first offence, and
then he will betried for his and tne!
other prisoners escapes.
Mr. Ramsay's Successor.
Mr. C. P. McNeety has been chosen
to succeed Mr. 3, H. Ramsay as bMfH
keeper for the Salisbury Hardware
Furniture Company. Mr. MeNeely Is
it very polite and clever young nutn
He has been nhe nf the tnut htihUlif
sastiieii at the Carolliut Hitekei fur
"o voi m I stmidgMuj f.wflvf itfi'
Telethons in In llrsot.
A telephona-for Hie enhveulanea M
fit latins whi may want a poTieeiuaiiltj
night has een pliioed against tin: wkII
of KlutU's drug store. Tin 'lione N
located la a box and each policeman
is supplied with a key. Just ring up
the Central and fn'an there you mii
notify the policeman through bjjsj
'phone at the drug store. The night
policeman will always be near the box
on the street.
Yellow Fever Prevented.
There is only one sure way of pre
venting yellow fever. Destroy the
germs of the desease by using Ca sca
re ts Candy Cathartic, and keep tlie
system clean "'by continuing their usib.
The tried and tested safe -.guard
against yellow fever Is to place yotir
faith In Cascarets, 10c, 26c, 50c, ail
To Baltimore for Treatment.
Mr. Levi Powlas, of Woodleaf, left
Salisbury last Friday night for Balti
more to receive treatment for his eyes,
Mr. Powlas Is totally blind In one ee
and the sight of the othe,r is much
Impaired. He will .be treated by an
eye specialist, and possibly the "dead"
eye will removed.
ur Miles' V Apt
At all druggist .
Pills. "One cent udose'
He Stole Corn. j (j.
Esquire C. L. Brown, of Eli, was jn
town Tuesday with a load of late Ijd4h
potatoes. The 'Squire tells us that a
well known colored man in Ida yjcih
ity has been put under bond for his
appearance at court for stealing corn
from a gentleman's field.
A large party of Sallsburtans left
Monday and Mocaiay night to visit
fthc Nashville Exposition. The fare
for the round trip was $T.55,? good for
Ave days. This" reduction Is due to
the cutting of rates between tie
Southern and S. A. L. railroads.
Ycf'ow fever Oarma
breed In the bowels. Kill them and
you are safe from the awful disease.
Cascarets destroy the germs through
out the system and make it imrjosiUe
If or new ones to form. Cascarets aire
the only reliable safe-guard for ybuoK
and old against Yellow Jack. 10c, 3Se,
ooc, au oruggisis. - .
Reld & Harry have a change of d
in this issue. They are offering yu
bargains- Call on tiiem.
Read tlie new ad of the Burt Shoe
Company. Burt's is the place to get
your shoes. Trv them once.
ToJCure a Cold in On Day
Take Laxative BromQuinincJ.Ta-
lAtfi All . ) I'l lircri c r..fi!Twl tha rrwirii-iii'
jif it fails to cure., 2c.
A DEADLY SOT.
Gilmore Hammond Kills F ank
L. Averitt in a Saloon.
jOn last Friday evening shortlyafter
5 o'clock, Gilmore Hammond shot and
killed Frank L. Averitt at LeoSchubl's
bir. Averitt and two of his friends
went to Schulz's to play a game of
pQol. After taking a drink they wnt
to the pool room" and began the game.
A young man entered and A verit t In
vited him to take part in the game.
but the young man refused, and Aver-
itt cursed him. Gilmore Hammond,
who was playing cards in the same
room took the young man's part and
resented Averltt's harHiness. A few
hasty words were spoken and both ad
vanced toward each other, Hammond
with a pistol and Averitt wlUi a drawn
billiard cue. A shot was fired find
Awl it chased Hnmnmnd out of tfte
door. In a motijcnt HmnafWitd: h ( urn-
ed and tired another shot aod Averitt,
who was standing just Inside thedoo
fell upon his face to the lloor dead,
heait pierced hy a pistol ball. A
lit, died Instantly. Hammond,- the
slayer, ran to a house or ill raft and
there gave tle jlstol u, Eva DR,aud
told her he had killed man. ffleers
were the scene ttf tlw tradgedy
In n feJnilnu1es and went tothe
house where Hammond was. He irave
himself up wllllntrly. The ofheer ulu
gpt the pistol, It. was a number !1M,
AtH-o'clocka preliminary hearing
wns hold before Mayor Linn In a room
adjoining the one In which the kill
Intf occurred. Beveral Important wit
nesMes were examined. Two of them,
J po, J. Toole and W. P. Hittlt-r, wera
eyiwltnosses of the affair. Evldruee
sufficient was produced to warrant
Mayor Linn Incommlttlng Hapjmond
to Jail without bond, to await cour$
here next month. Three of the most
important witnesses, Tool, Butjler and
Eva Dare, were put Snder WOO iwnds
Had being unable to give bond, were
ajso sent to Jail.
Hon. Theo. F. Klutta was retained
by the defendant. jBamntond says
lie will plead "not guilty of minder."
The shooting catked no great ex
citement. Handredsof people yi ewe J
the body of the murdered man. It
wjas sad indeed to see t he psnplje c.:me
in silence and view that body jwith a
sigh and pass out. A man, stout and
(;f robust health, was jolly ail that
day with his friends, without a m.
uents warning, Was shot down in cold,
eld blood, murdered! It is Horrible
! Averitt was In the bloom of man
IkOod. His friends say lie was about
20 years of age, and that his home Is
ash vi Me, Teim. lie was a nuteliinlst
tind had laen working in the round
liouse at Hpeneer for only three or
four weeks. Me wtw it clever itkan and
eel Btiide tnniiy fl'tfthds iiiihlflg I he
mffkttieii at Hpeneer, l ii'iiih tele
gtilplied his people of Ills UhfitUtiitie
tlNthi ii lid on Mill unlay tiijiht hi
liiuh win eiil mi luf'ittlWlJMi
. I h', tkHiiiell and TmntliHhiwlifi
eiiiulMevt hv deeenaed,tHllilni Hie
preliminary hearing Hint Urn jhnll mio
lered between the lilt I itnd idMli rllii
two Inches from the clu-sl, and lint it
i ime out W6lweeu seventh untjj eighth
rlh, thrfu! and a half Inehea from
pinal column, hsigina under the skin
Tlie bull was dislodged by Dr. t'ouu
el, , 'Averltt's body was taken to the
Salisbury Hardware and Furniture
Co. after the preliminary trial, was
over, wliere it was embalmed i)y Robt.
DavK Friends of the deceased then
had the body removed to "a room
in the Kimball house, wher It re
mained until his people werejirrd
ftom. While here the corpse was
viewed by many.
Gilmore Hammond, the man who
fired the fatal shot, Is a sfm of Press
Hammond, the shoemaker! Hammond
Is about 22 years old, and is a bad
character. Some xay he Is dtthe Cro
ajtan Indian stock Intermingled with
Caucasian blood, lb' is said to be'
crying a great deal now for having
shot Averitt or because he gave him
sblf up and 1 now In Jail. Hammond
has a slight scar on his leftahu which
lie ays was received In wardlng.ofT
tjhe billiard cue In 'the hahds Tf
The tragedy Is universally regretted
by the good citizens of Salisbury, and
(t is to be hoped that another of its
kind will never be repeated,
j The bonds of the three witnesses
held in this murder case have been re
duced .to $250. Butler, one of them,
gave bond Saturday night and was re-
Averltt's body was shipped to R. D.
Uveritt, a brother, at Clarksville.
Tenn, who is in business at that
The express company charged $35.55
for carrying the body, and would not
take it until that amount had first
been put up. Leo Schulz gave $15 and
friends of the deceased contributed
An Old Ide.
Erry day itrenfrthena the belief of enl
nent phyeioiane that impure blood it the
cause of the majority of oar diteoneii.
Twenty-five years ago this theory ws ued
a a baeia for the. formula of Browne' Iron
Bitten. The many remarkable curea effected
by this famous old household remedy are
anfReient to prore that the theory is correct.
Browns' Iron Bitters is told by all dealers.
By special arrangement with The
Arbma Co. we are enabled for a short
time to offer Thk Aukna and the
Carolina Watchman together for one
year for $3.00.
We wil also receive subscriptions to
WaMTED TRUSTWORTHY and
ACTIVE gentlemen or ladies to trav
el for responsible, established house
in Rowan county. Monthly $65.00.
expenses. Position fteadv. Reference.
Enclose self-qddressd stamped env
loje. The Dominion C.m;ar;y, Dept;
W. Chicago. 9-2-12-2.
Report reached here Saturday even
ing that old Mr. Jacob S. Klutta, who
lives about live miles from Jown, on
t'ie Stokes Ferry Road, had been
found dead in his housv He was
a bou 1 80 yeaHt old and liveoit! one. H e
was lying upon his face with his head
In the tire place, and the hair and
skin leirned from bis head. Just how
he happened to meet death in this
manner will perhaps never be known.
On Tuesday . bei'ore he visited his
daughter, Mr. Him Johnson, and took
rl Inner with lior TVn hi tt'iv hntiutlm I
topped ;itlu nclghbef a short while,
and then Went on to his home. Hat-
urflay morning Mr. Johnstn went over
to sp.. i he lid rhan, and upon entering
tire hmne fbuiid him dead. Neighbors
were Jnforiue4at once, and In at-
mptlug W fwtiove Mu nody f mud
hat worsts had dlrejmF.sevared the
id from "ahi Is-dy, end an arm
dropped off. itajdentfly, iie had been
de,ul for wntiLmmi k t. Kluttr, was
a mlsarjy ad man. iy hundred tmd
found 'fivC i , lihi e lull bom lire
setmdnng for morcM Is said to
hftvo hid away about IL200.
John Sides, the mJUer, died of
Ilrlght'M disease at hip home fttar
Li pe, Monday morning, after a llntrer
Ing of Neveral weeks. Mr. Hide wara
well known miller In Huwan, but for
the past several iyear ih p been farm
ing. Ho wai I era the neighborhood of
about no years of age and leaves u wife
and family. His remains wore ni
ter red In the cemetery at Salem
church Tuesday afternoon,
Mr. Win. Howard was stricken with
paralysis last Tuesday anddicd Satur
day evening. When stricken he was
stoff -keeping at it dhtU'er) In Morgan
town- hip. He was remove 1 to a bouse
near by, where he died. The body
as brought to Salisbury Si nday. The
funeral services were cmd
St. Luke's church by IteYf F. J. Mur
doch. Mr. Howard w; i about seventy
years of age. He leave4a wife and five
W. C. Ronlett, an englnr running
between his place and Pinner's
Point-, in Virginia, di d of typhoid
f;ver at his home at Si)enccr Friday
mght. Mr. Roulett leaves a wife and
several children. His remains were
sent to Manchester forJn torment.
Rd. Smith, who lived near China
drove, died Sunday ot consumption,
leaving a wife and several children.
Rev! .1. Q, WerU conducted the huilal
service Mi.ndav from Luther's chapel.
HiedkDetoher 24, 1161, fllrtdui Ittie
line, in rani daughter ..nf Mr, mid Mr.
Andrew Miilmloy, AVi H tnonfTis and
'i tfay, The fmierit ei'nion wa
pi'eaelied by hfM f A, Browtt hi
iN'inf. vUjti It file div follnwihg her
At the residence of He v. It. L.
Urown, and by hi in, on the 21th of
October, 1&U7, Mr. Joiin R. Oorl and
Miss Mary Jane Lyerly, both of Ibtw
an county. Our best wislies go with
the hn py couple.
Miss Lottie Brlngle and Mr. Tom
Moore were married Saturday niglit
by Rev. A. L. Coburn at the pastor's
Married, Octcjber- 24, 1807, at the
parsonage (f luilon Evangelical Luth
eran church, Mr. Peter A. Kluttz and
Miss Francis Ip. Frick, Rev. C. A.
Miss Kat1 Fisher, of Augusta. Davie
county, was married to Mr. Thomas
J. Byrnes, of this county,, on last
Thursday evening. Mr. Byrnes is
manager of the Meadow Stock Farm.
Q n 9 ffAl fik woaUntm easily rurrl by
rB BwMibi It. M1W Norvo I'laatora.
A Strange Oasa.
Pr. C. M. Pool,tif Craven, has r
centlv been treating Mrs. John A
Morgan for lock-jaw and tetanus,
which resulted from a slight cut on
her hand. The Sun says: "Tetanus
is an affliction from which few ever
recover aud which is seldom heard of
around here. The muscles of the one
afflicted become convulsive all over
tiie bodv. thus making it more dan-
geroa than lock-jaw." Dr. Pool
thinks his patientvwill recover. .
Alliance Shoo factory.
W. O. Rolwrts, of Asheville, is made
supsriotendent of the Farmers' Alli
ance shoe factory at Hillsboro. The
AHianee lias had no end of trouble
over a year's delay In getting this fac
tory started, but it is now said that
operations are to begin November 15th
with fifteen employees.
Mr. Roberts has been conducting a
shooting gallery In this city for some
time. He left last week for Hillsboro.
Monday November the 1st, Mr. Ja'
II. Ramsay, the new R publican Post
master will formally enter upon bis
duties as postmaster. Mr. A. H. Boy-
den, the Democratic postmaster, has
made very efficient officer.
Don't Nfglect Tear Liver.
Liver troubles quickly result in seriona
complications, and the man who neglects his
liver has little regard for health. A bottle
of Browns' Iron Bitters taken now and then
will keep the liver in perfect order. If tlie
disease has developed, Browns' Iron Bitters
will care it permanenUy. Strength aud,
vitality will always follow its ose.
Bruwus' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
Bring ycur job vork to tlie
Rowan County Farmers
abovefcaas Come and gone, but long to
be remembered by many of the gOod
citizen of Rowan, Davie and Iredell.
On the day appointed many farmers
--someifroma distance of 30 miles -began
to gather around the bretben
at Alpha and greeted each other with
a garsp and much pleasant hwularif.y.
The hour having arrived for busi
ness all assembled In the church, ajhd
opened as usual, with prayer aceord-
Ing to formula. With the exception
of an hour for dinner add refresbtaefnt
from a bountiful tabic, tRe remainder
of the day was spant in the regujac
order of hnaloeaf, which was done
with a!aerit andt much1 business ca
pacity. These farmers' are now no
longer -chjnsed with the Rlmp'.'tops,
fools, dlts,i blockheads, blwks, nutab
skulls, dullnrd. thick-heads, thlfjk
skulls, dunderheads, dunderpaties.
clod-polls, butt-heads loek-bralii,
addle-hends, Jolt-heads. shallow
brains, moon -calves, half-wits, oafs,
boobM. ntsdles, spKhles, olnoqm
ncsiwpii, ninnies, Jobbernowls, flits,
sawtieyk, drivellers, noddles, ssphciirW
C(sts, oon, stupid fellows, etc,, of
our land. Their business train
has raised them far above all such.
Saturday whm public and also very
Interesting. Early In the rcmlm,
cltUoni began to come in from rave
ral counties. SiMn a good number
was preaentifemiileM as well a males,
The iexertdsM were again oaed
with prayer and accompanied with
grand iuumIC frotn a choir compoied
from flje prettiest ladles, Iptersperied
with a few of our musical gents.
About three hours were sjsuit with
the besjt attention in essays, speeches
One iff the speeches was from Sena
tor Dotson, of Iredell, aud the only
female essayist present was Miss LUlu
(tuffy, who deserves the highest com
mendation for her woll-written estiay
ami Indispensable advise to farmers,
"Be Your Self.1'
One of the beauties of the day was
the fraternal relation of the assem
blage. There were present Metho
dists, Baptists, Lutherans, Psbyjte
rlans, etc., Democrats, Republicans,
Populists, Prohibitionists, two
preachers, two Senators, farmers, etc.
Thus all the religious denominations
and political names can come together
in one common brotherhood. Tdie
report that there is partisan politics
in the Alliance is all a farce, as It he
above facts clearly show; but If parti
sans are afraid the Alliance will have
eime benign Influence over them,
then, and only on those grounds, nlay
they feiir its Impressions, for Its wiirk
is one nf Invc and k indues, bitted
upoh the tejie'iitirfs of the Bible.
inhere is anything, in Ihe ptllieb
pies of the Alliiitiee that Is entitl'iirv
lo a MM'iplufe innddiultil. the writer
would like for sonm hue to btlitg It
oiii. U, ti. Ilium i, !
Lutharan Oonlferenoo Meatiner,
in Korthern conference of tlie N,
C, Syhvil convenes to-day (Thursday)
In Chrt cjhureh, near Hpenoer, and
will eonVinue in session until Sunday.
The Southern railroad has been the
dividlrigUine between churches of the
N C. Hymid for many years. Tlie
churclN on the north side of this
road Constitute tlte Northern Confer
ence and those on the south the South
The Southern Conference meets In
O-gan churbh on Thursday before the
third Sunday in November.
SO rt'RK-HO' CAT.
That is the wav all druggists sell
GrovkI's Tstblkss Chill Ionic for
chlljs anrflnalaria. It is Himply iron
and quinine In a tasteless form. Child
ren love It. Adults prefer It to bitter
nauseating tonics. Price 50c. ll-5-laly.
For "North Carolina."
The Raleigh Times says Mr. J. T.
Wyatt, f Faith, thin county, will fur
nish the managers of the advertising
car MNorth Carolina" with several of
his finest relics in the Interest of ad
vertising trie Old North State.
Mr. Wyatt has lots of curiosjiies
andrellcs well calculated to advertise
NorthNCarolina to great advantage.
A Sure and Safe Remedy In
every case and every kind
of Bowel Con-plaint is
This la n true statement and
It can t bo made too strong
or too emphatic.
It is a simple, safe and quick
Cramps, Cough, Rheumatism,
Oolio, Colds, Neuralgi
DiaxrhcDa, Croup, Toothr -.ho,
Two sixes, 25e. and ZOt.
Keep It by you. Beware of
Imitations. Buy only the
Genuine -Perry Davis?
WANTED n flnod Agent, aiid
1 ."; ' ooly on', in every lo
cality, to take orders for our Changing
Holiday Books: something New, : re
tailing at from 50c. to 92J0 ter copy.
Air.-nta i r,. ttiatimr fli.i'i Sr. t.i
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aauy; oemana enormous; oigcommi.s
sion: credit given: freightage pd:
Out tits Free. Drop all trash and nil
books that people want and mkike
S.:iG0 ner month. Address, for outtii
' and territory.
People's, b941 Market St.,
liance. I' ...
IT'S A FAC
They soli SHOES that
FEET as well as your EYES.
BURT'S SHOES are made
of as GOOD MATERIAL AS
HIGH STAftMRI). LOW PRICES,
VALUES, AND PROMPT AT E
custom mm, " s
(Jt'KNt) ith Htot'oNp Annual.
Nivskion of tkn Months,
N .h'l.V 1UTH lh!7
ThoiiudesirliiKa BuhIboks Eklncatlnn
or preparing for (olleue, will d well
to enquiry further Hiut eot, ete.
Music at about bulf . rates, board at
ctwt. A teachers' Normal Cours( :
able instruction hy Jhtee gi;adnati s
and two tutors. For terms, catalogue,
etc., address the Principal,
Rkv. J. M. L. LyjculV, A. M.
r-17-n-2m. Fwith. N. C.
I . 1 !
We Want to sell
Rowan County his
Our Shoes are made of ALL
LEATHER and every pair
Low Prices Rule
III I .
is due to
a. it immmi
Two doora above Postofflce.
- at Our Store.
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