Salisbury, N. C. WEfiliESDAY, JanuAry 25th 1904,
Wm.H. Stewart, ;Editor
OFFTflB OF PUBLICATION: OUR OLD STAND. 120 WESfr INNISS STREET, NEXT TO HARPERS LIVERY STABLE.
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60L0 HILL MEWS.
THE NEWS OF HAMPIOH'S CREEK.
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on or before March dlst, 1905, will be sent
The Carolina Watchman
from receipt of order till April 1st, 1906.
; for about one year and;thre months
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Ulss Llnebarrler Deid. Farotrs MMg J. Ctl. Basstoger Verj III. 6aie Scarce. Joltncle TreilerDies. . Store Cbiggis
Cotton and Using Less Fertilizers. 6ood Wishes for tke Watcaaie. Hane. Saw Blllsjosj. -
Manning. Jan. 24. Our E. P. Gold Hill, Jan. 23rd, The Hampton's';Creck, Jan. 28,
D: oarrierW. F. Canble, has been muddy roads and wet weather The people of Christiana E. 'li;
kept at homo the past ten days have been the talk of most of the church had the pleasure of. hear.
with laerippe. He is now out. farmers of tins commuaity, Dut mg anotner one 01 JKev. jn. V:
... , ..j. owmfif to Bucn nice weatner tne uoaaies exceuent sermons onn-
The boys of the commuuity con- . rt4.,. . ,
J .. rrtflYia arn drvmff off ft little.' I QBV. .
ducted another 'shooting match" . ;
Saturday evening at F. M, Cress,. Owing to some cause the Rev. Cxeo. D. Peeler, who had a horse
Several of the boys carried home Black did not fill his regular ap? to drop dead a few weeks ago, has
chickens. s pointmeut at uonntn. rvev. i oougnc anotner one. .
ium ,tT w .-nnl HoQKe filled his lace an?Preach" -Miss JJinnie Miller, of this
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teacher, is instructing a class pt
seven of her girl pupils in instru- Rev. Chas, Pless,, of Misen
mental music. This work she heimer's Springs; spent batur
does after the completion sf her day at Jesse HarkeyVand preach
daily school duties in the school ed at Piney Woods Snnday.
place, is Visiting her sister,-. Mrs. ,
Maggie Boger of Cabarrus. Jfl -
! The little child of Ohas. Culp
Sidney Lyerly visited Joe Lentz
the third Sunday in this month.'
The school at Rowan -Academy
is being taught by Worth Barn-
Choppings are now in order, which has been so sick is better, hardt who is an experienced teach
The outlook is very promising for we are giaa to note.
quite a number of them within J. Cal Baiinger, one of the best
the next 80 days. known citizens in this section, is
- Jno. R. Bost accidentally cut very sick at this writing with some-
himaelf the other dav while chop- thing like pneumonia. Hopty he
ping, on the ankle oint. Not se- will get better soon.
XIOUS. Rabbita n.nr birds arft thinfiTS of I i
o- I WHoK.
Our farmers will plant less cot- the past Bay the hunters. They
ton this season than last, and will' say; they can't find any at all in
er and knows his business.
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B. C. Trexler had a sick, horse
a few days ago but it is betted
now. . ' . " :
There was a spelling match at
the Holshouser school ' house last
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' q use very little commercial guano, this section.
I TrnllTr nna Via t rt loaf vaor'a nrnn . r ' t n
Rev. N. D. Boddie, visiteoV Geo.
Brown Sunday, the 22nd. i v 1
The Goodman Bros., who have
three saw mills near Rockwell are
busy hauling and shipping lum
ber. . ; ,
with fifty cents, to usat price:
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"THE pAROUNA WATCHMAN, 1 . ' . . s Vf
!Mnc$,jr)cfQie put rre on your subscription "list tiltf4 J
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MMBI a a oti in aa am maaaasg ga -u-i n i lii n eaaaaafi i sMagBaE
Fully one halt of last year s, cropj Misg Dai8V Shaver and a Miss
is still on hand, and not a bale of Keiner . of Norwood, are visiting
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it i;we Deneve; wiii oesoiaiorieBB in this community.
than eight cents, and most of it a . T , . . . . JJL..
will be held for ten cents, ' , ' . .
Hi ennnt. Mnnnnv in' mvingmi
Miss Laura u LinebaTrier died Lrtw onA Mnrn rtniovnia1it. Riage Road, visit
tO Fridftv at hfir home near old Pisea ua i t Miller, of this place, during the
I iumu xdxoouova.
J church. he was m ner nny- u A,
O fourth year. She had been sick " ""F"
O for two. weeks with pneumonia. uu plUBpB uu wu, .
O Her body was buried in the Salem V ovo AAmcA f" "UWttU
cO cemetery Saturday evening. paf "t , .
'iO tt A Trir wa nklled .ChalUe Morgan, of near ifOo.
1 A : i v . ' . : towm- We welcome him m our
Jacob Ribelin and. family, "of
visited 3Irs. . Flora
9 place, dur
third Sunday in this month.'
The store formally known as J.
B. McOombs-Fesperman & Co.,
will in the near future change ltB
name to the Rockwell Mercantile
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M ' A Tlof TTT.nlo Mnao " an
he is familiarly known by his day night and Sunday.
Mrs. J E. Shaver,
visited John W. Miller last Satur
r I friends, who is nearly eighty years
LAR6 attendance at crescent.
BoisXil! 50 Wood Chucks. Other Sbort
Crescent. N. C. Jan. 17. Schobl
opened at this place 'with a very
large attendance. Students arriv
ing every day, and the roll uum
: bers something over 200.
David Peeler, of Faith, started
We wish him much success.
There was preaching at this
i":.,'i:ii-i'f.'it:!,'i: .'!?.; ';-?'V. -fill 1 5 A- . T .ttorl it - o Trl TTortroir
Tlfrnrn . nnr. thin T.lfl.rA viaif3
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Cornelius Safrit. The boys said
they took a hunt and killed 50
Irrood oh'ucks ajid several squirrels
over the holidays. Wood chucks
will have to leave this country in
I order to be saved, for the boys
jwill sure, get them if they stay
Hilbert and Ernest Lyerly are
going to school here, and we wish
; them much progress.
l Our best wishes to the Watch
man, we remain,
GOLD KNOB UliNE SOLD.
I ;Ernest Lyerly, of this place, who
lias been clerking tt granite Quar
ry, has quit theBtore and is5 .now
or jjibk, i going to school accrescent.- -
John Newland-H.? Trexler; son
of Mr. and- Mrs: . B. C, Trexler,
died Friday, Jan. 20tb, 1905. .He
was born August 28, , 1904, , and j
was therefore : only four mouths"
$200,000 Stock Company Formed by
Messrs, Proctor and Rici!.,
Gold Knob, Jan. 25. The little
-CORPSE", IN COFFIN COMES TO UFE.
i Woman's Keen Eye Saves a Texas Gar-
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cnam rrom being uunea any?.
Nathan F. CHides.ter, a' business
son of Geo. W. Holshouses sick man of Jefferson," Texas, .was at-
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tacked with a seri ous illness xe-
with the erriDne.
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Miss Frances R. Trexler is on i ceuuv aua aiea acoraing .w iub
the sick list. j attending physician. An under-
v- ! taker prepared the body for burial ;
Another subscription for. th ifc wag wept over by the family,
dear old Watchman. This' time and one day last ireek the funeral
Jno. C. Morgan, No. G. Services were hel d -at, the Chides-
N. B. Drury, .who has owned
what is generally known' as the
Gold Khob mining property, has;
sold the same to Messrs. Proctor
and Rich, formerly of Tennessee
the consideration being about when she looked at the face, that
$8,000, with $5,000 in stocks with
the company. -The stock of this
Honor" from the "Daughters of The North Carolina Commission and 23 days old. .The funeral jrar-';
the. Confederacy" last Friday. It QQ the Appomattox battleground vices were held' at St, Jeter's. t
is needless to add that he is proud monuiIjent organized Friday by Little Johnny's place at hope can
of this talisman whioh bear tes- ele0tiDg h. JL Londou president, never be refilled. Our heartiest Aj
umuuy w kuo uino ibux The design for the monument was sympatny goes out to- insf preav-v
service which he performed in be- aocepted and Apri! 9th was named ed parents and relatives. '
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was instrumental in securing this bQ made for ianDiDg special trains
"Cross of Honor" for Mr. Bost. fr. oli rt;a 3n -srnT.u nrniinW
Mrs. Carl Harrison, of Wood- and Virginia; The Governors,
leaf , is spending several days with Supreme Court Judges, Senators
her son, J. E, Briggs, Esq.
man and its many readeja
John McNairy. has bought! &
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Spencer Affairs. ,
R.jL; Ptjham, of Manchester
Va.; has given 'a check for the Y.
M, C. A. building funds.
c : The wivesrof the members of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi
neers held a meeting last week
looking to the organization of an
auxiliary to that order.
The Presbyterians have decided
to go ahead ; and complete their
church-edifice, which has been
hanging fife for some time. Rev.
L, M; Kersohner, the former pas
tor, has-been authorized to solicit
company is b9ing estimated at
200,000. Hope this cdmpany
may prove a success and much
and lasting good may be done.
Success to the Watchman and
all its readers. Lee.
The Southern's Ne w Line From Marion.
and Congressmen of Virginia and
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ter home. A clergyman delivered -w-r, v0Wn f twn t J-aW.iinA 1
a -nowBrfnl" larmui at ihe close Cleveland, were at Salem Sun-ri0" v. pVuW uu .u f v, :r. ,
a poertui sermon, at thec lose , States and the Daughters of the W,, in nronftirin to tro ko honse- -
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ot wmcn tnose present were mvm- j- i . Gonfederacv. Generals Roberts tAAninjy. ' V
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..A ra af i vo nF (IhiHAalar'a rnt.ifor1 I ?HHrlnn Itamo tmn Hiltmnri I . . . , - . . luoiuui Htu
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TherewasasnellinffatBiltmore ' -ill " " 1 mQl ' : " .' '
tvhe hps were moist. With a cry 8chool house Wednesday night, p,. tfcfi nfl. with nsir ' J " Ungle hn force ot vin (
she declared that the man was R the POOf DOW H With DOgS. terg tjainting op his buildings . .
alive. A hurried invnstigation was . t , ; It is not customary to run - wW - Jf.'
made and it was diiicovered that ftn1 thftm with P m" r " ?
he was breathing. Physicians act to tear aowaom fgnooi - . , godiAn J-wtluucu
were quicklv summoned andChid- nouse at iiramtr quarry ana .uuB- . . . wnere mey nave r, vu?
i. -w a - it. fle i DiiiiQ a Bijore : ior juhwib jxiuiis. v w . ucw..
Bti wtts icujuvbu ii uixi cue uui-u.ii. i t ; i I i a. x j:
r , i l i l ia crr a ni nr iiiiiih.ii uuuihh. wiiu as
e nas me Dew scnooi quubo w r ' . . t
bucks, were sold here, and since """ " " v? . -7
thAn.:mMV a man has had his lot for a new residence for Xuther
in bed. M. L. A. Miller and Will Lver- , , - A . j- u.tJ Fisher.
1 r o n n a tiii 1 t. r-v 1 f 1 1,11 ni Hnu iiiinm. 1 .
In a short time he had regained
consciousness and wj as sitting up nearlv completed.
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ne is now awe t waiK apoui, iv nave taKen tne contract o.rmv.nj'a
An official of the Southern Rail- j the house, and if do set back oc- build Mose I Holshouser a new . , . , oniog buVhis imme-
yi . y : 1 . -ii 1 j. .ii J 1 1. 1 t i 1 o - Jt
way uompanr toaay connrmea curs ne win. oe awumug to nouse near riocKwen. diatelv broke loose from him and
ine report muft tne qompany pro
poses to ruii a line from Marion
to Johnson City, Tenn . As here
tofore staged the prime ob j e jt of
the proposed road will be to give
the South Ma more direct connec
tion with ih coal fields, of Vir
ginia and Tennessee, so that coal
may be transported to Soutl tern
points, and especially to port at
Charleston. The road, will run
through McDowell,' Yancy and
Mitchell counties, and will of
course, r run through a section th 'at
has not hitherto possessed rai 1
road facilities The prelirainai -y
survey has ; already been made,- -Charlotte-
curs he will be out attending to house near Rockwell.
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ousmess in a iew ay s. ane coi- A. W.' Miller has a fine patch of roamed at large. The other day
taker rye. . ! he got track of it, and dogs were
Chidester has not l eeu told of - The farmers of Biltmore will put on its trail at Mineral Springs
his narrow escape from beiDg their cotton tiH it frosts ! a They ran it for all the world like
bu led alive. It is feared that . ! , c , ft fox drivinir it to the "Catawba
the shock might be t oo great for oPle more times before they a fox, driving it to
him to bear in his present condi- will take the pre ent price for it, river, and back to the village of
t;on ' . , y- j ! Joe. Waxhaw, when it gave out -and
- ' I i I . .nUt Vw. 4-1a man ttt Vl f vorA
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ykooosi oe warns name unsvgea. r
At a recent meeting of the citi
zens of Woodside it was de sided
to petition the legislature to
change the name o,that plactr to
Granite Quarry, the present n ami
of the postoffice and 4 fre ight
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A Dead Negro Baby Found.
Coroner Dorsett was
Monday of the discovery of a dead
uegro baby in the woods near J.
L. Link's. The child was wrap
ped up and probably died from
neglect. The heartless mother is
following the dogs. Monroe Jour
nal. . I
An effort is being made by ther
labor unions to induce the : mer
chants of the city to continue the
early closing hours formerly in
yoga? here. . j
R. B. Thompson to Do Business.
R. B. Thompson has purshased
the stock and business of Chas. ; :
Marmora who recently failed v
Mr. Marmora claims his failure .
was d"he to r his confinement in , ;
jail, a car load of fruit-having
spoiled during the : time. ., His
assets were about $1,000 and the
liabilities were $1,600. V Mt '.
Thompson will dispose of the Mar-.
mora stock and : replace , it jWith
one of feed and grain. , ;
Much of our own- individuality -
is covered up by the f oar of anoth-
rs opinion; ,
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