THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
DKPARTURE FROM SALISBURY.
MAIN LINE NORTHBOUND
No 8 Local, Charlotte to Richmond 517 am
No 36 Fast Mall Atlanta 1 o Wash ' 10 43 a u
No SO Fla Llm Jacksonville to Wash 11 SO am
No 12 Local At'anta to Richmond 8 30 P m,
No 38 Vestibule Atlanta to Wash 9 --0 p-m
No 84 Fla Exp J aksonvllle. to Wash ; 1 07 p m
No 40 Atta Exp Atlanta to Wash 11 45 p m
No 32 Palm Limited . 130am
No 89 Washington to Atlanta 5 40 a m
No 33 Fla Exp Washington to Jax 7 05 a m
No 37 Vestibule Washington to Atta 8 17 am
No 11 Local Richmond to Atlanta 805am
No 7 Local Richmond to Char otte 3 07 p m
No 29 Fla Lim Washington to Jax 8 30pm
No 35 Fast Mall Wash to Atta 948pm
No 31 Palm Limited 3 18 a m
No 11 Local to Chattanooga 8 25 a m
No 35 Through to Memphis 8 60 p m
No 30 Through From Memphis arrive 11 25 a m
No 12 Local From Chattanooga arrive 8 35 p m
All through except marked local
No 22 Passenger arrive 715pm
No 48 Mixed arrive 8am
No 21 Passenger Leaves 1125 am
No 47 Mixed Leaves 500pm
No. 49 to Whitney 7 15 a m
No. 50 from Whitnev fi 50 d m
LUTHERAN MISSIONARY' CONVENTION. ' COUCOBO HAH DIES HERE.
A Large and Enthusiastic Gathering in St. Mr. George e nm survive but
Enoch Church , at EnOC&Ville. Few Hours After Arrival
The convention which began its Mr. George ?R. Mills, of Con
sessions at Enochville on Septem- cord, was brought to Salisbury
ber 31st was the 20th anniversary Thursday on No. 36 for an opera
ojtheWoman'sHome and Foreign tion. He was a dangerously sick
Missionary Society, of the Evan- , . M J, ...
gelical vLntheran Synod of North man when he left Concord and
Carolina. his condition was such when he
The president, Mrs, V. Y. Booz- reached Salisbury that an opera-
er, called the meeting to order, tion was dee tried inexpedient. Mr.
ana ron-caii snowed an unusually Mills sraduallv failed until late
large attendance of delegates.
The morning session was taken
up with reports, the president's
coming first, followed by that of
the treasurer (Mrs. P. N. Heilig,
absent), presented by Mrs. A. W.
in the night, when he died. The
remains were sent to Concord this
morning for burial.
The deceased was a brother of
Mr. Frank R. Mills, of Salisbury,
.TTT vi m i -
w inecoit. lne report snowed con- and wa8 32 years old. He is sur-
snouuons ot $z,DU3.o4 an in-
Local News Items.
crease of $1,121.79 over last year.
St. Paul's, of Rowan, was the ban
ner contribution $128.40.
After a bountiful dinner papers
on mission work were read and of-
yived by a wife and two children.
K. OF H. KICK.
ficers were elected for the ensuing
Frank R. Brown, the clever man- year as follows : Mrs. : V, Y. Boozer.
ager of the Reid department store, president; Mrs. J. Q. Wertz, 1st
has gone to the northern markets "vice-president Miss Daisy Ross,
for the purpose of purchasing a 2d vice pres. : Mrs. J. A. Linn,
large stock of fall goods. 3rd vico-pres. : Mrs. Constance
Spot Cash has been doiti a 2U?e'
bie business of late, and if vou L.' -ur- V tth-j x shin, scattered throughout the
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liaVD A1VSU "JOOJLl lUAUVUCU lb IS VUU.1
The Same Trouble That Prevails in
Chicago, III., Sept. 1. There is
considerable dissatisfaction among
the older members of the
Knights of Honor, a fraternal
He has a change of
On Sunday, after the children's
exercises were concluded, the con
vention adjourned to meetf" next
year in St. James-church in Concord.
United States, over the increase in
the rates which goes into effect
Meeting the Cosnti Board of Education;
The County Board of Education
will meet in special session on
Monday, the 11th instant. ;; Per
sons having business before the
board will please remember the
to know the great merits of Alabastine, the
Sanitary Wall CoatingNot a hot or cold
water disease-breeding kalsomine, bearing
a fanciful name. 4
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es, mixed with either hot or cold water,
do not have the cementing: proper
ty of Alabastine. They are stack on
with glue, or other animal matter
which rots, feeding disease germs,
rubbing, scaling, and spoiling
walls, clothing, etc Such finishes must
be washed off every year costly,filthy work.
Bay Alabastine only In 5 lb. p'k'ars, prop
erly labeled. Pretty wall and ceiling design.
"Hints on Decorating" and tint card, free.
Grand Rapids. Mich., or 105 Water St., N. Y,
For Sale In Salisbury by
KESLER SONS' HARDWARE CO.
Pursuant to the provisions contained
in a Mortgage Trust Deed .Eegistered
in Book No. 1, page 140, and made by
Alfred Hall and wife for the protection
and benefit of the undersigned, on the
Woodleaf, N. C.,Sep. 2. Tom
Cat is somewhat slow at times," but
the fact that you haven't heard
from him lately is not that he is
dead, because a cat has nine lives,
and you may feel sure that be is
yet able to catch news, so here
Register of Deeds 8 moot issued
32 marriage licenses iu the month
of August 23 for white couples
and nine for colored. One a day
is a good record for dog days.
Congressman Blackburn spent
Thursday night and Friday morn
ing in Salisbury in conference with
local Republicans. He left Fri
day for his home at Greensboro.
Miss Annie Lea Blair, who had
taken several months training as a
nurse in the- Whitehead-Stokes
sanatorium, has gons to Richmond
to enter a hospital as a trained
Hay fever seems to be very prev
alent in Salisbury at present. It
is a malady not to be sneezed at,
Vknf ito vif.ima An if. nil t.Vta sn.mp'
Jack Frost is said to be the only aren can aena scnooi aurmg ine
doctor that can cure the malady. Pent session, but he will return
to his home in a tew days.
' The Post has moved its quarter Two new school rooms are being
to the Meroney opera house, on added to rho a) ready large acade
Main street, where they will have my. When' completed it will be
ample room for the coriducfe of one, of the nicest and largest in
their. business. In Saturday- s-'is- the couuty, and will employ four
sue it states that it wilt soon ap
pear ina new dress.
today. According to etatemenfc
by local members thousands of
the older members seriously con
sider the advisability of severing
their connection with the organi
zation. The change, which was
decided on some time ago by the
officers of the Supreme Lodge,
which said Mortgage was given to se
cure, the nndersigned will sell at pub
lic sale for cash, at the eourt house
hoor in the town of Salisbury, N. C,
23rd Day of September, next,
the following property bounded as fol
lows: Beginning at a stone in John B.
Kerns' line, thence . 5.25 chs. to a
stone, James Trexlers' corner, thence
CI . n -1 i nil TA4- riol n-r V.
differs essentially from the change I Nortb gide jo( the Great Road Brin-
which caused so much dissatiefac fn'SSlSJrSrJS&
Farmers in this section are busy tion in the raaks of the Royal Ar- I Kerns' line, thence North 25de. West
nowadays making roughness. Tt . , with said line to the Deginnmg contain
er r Too TTorf n,i fomn r.f canum. It affects only members ing 2 acres more or less, being about
Mr. l-ee Mart and tamily, ol 2 miles East of Salisbury, adjoining
Clanngton, Ark,, came here to at- betwee 60 and years of ge. or- th lands of John B. Kerns and James
tend the bedside of Mr. Hart's mprlv aII mmhfirs over 60 vears Trexler. Conveyed by the said Alfred
father, Mr. A. A. Hart, who died merly all members over yews Hall and wife to satisfy the debt pro-
i. -mm- . -i-r Ml rt n Ottawa aaaaaatxA SQ nov mnnth vMo1 frtT in SAIfl Mnrtpft Pft.
a lew aas aeo.. air, nart win L a cl mwowui . h7" xf w
leave his family here so hiB chil-
while under the new arrangement j August 18th 1905.
members of 70 will be assessed $15
a month on 20c insurance; those of
68 years, $14.
Hobatis N, Woodson,
Having qualified as administrator on
the estate of Adam Bruner Oyercash,
decM, of Rowan county, this is to no
tify all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned on or before
.Extending Car Line
Tho oar lino ia hfiinor nnt in I the 0th dav of AfrffUSt 1906, or thl8 no-
teachers one a music teacher. rAajnflSR nr thB oneration 6f ttoll-P1:i2,i
fntr,. I readiness for tdo operation, oi tne m persons-mdebted to said
estate will plepmake immediate set
6w Xf. J. St?Wabt, Administrator.
This August 3rd. 1905.
Oar people are to be congratulated
UU 'UflVlUK U1ID' AJjIOL UQSU XXOO
far -as Fisher street - and
The Basinger Carriage and Har-1 Acirt1fl j nWr Will JnnA:1 it' is xbected tfca they will be
w . t . : i ox o:iiisoury, uas tuo cuiitxauc tu ruu mat ini uiuuuaj.
chanical department to uneir new buUd tfae additioI18i
A. 1 M A H MAM JAtf I - A
quarters near loau u.., R L Harrigoilj Gf Salisbury, Mr Canun Well Again,
where the maioritv oi its employes afa.t, .h will
will work. The old place will be h . work on the 8chool buildine Mr. Will Caoup, of Faith, who
used as a salesroom. I noTf wofit. nnderwent an oneration at the I
The Bell Shoe Co., lately the
T qUa-. Viqo n r oA in t.n-
day's Watchman. This company metnoaisti cnurcn next r riuy,
is located at the same old stand Raymond Powell, one of our
j k William Tr- most popular young men, will
win, one of xnos.popular ihoe leave for AriUMM . i n . few day.
men in the city. May tnis nrm
meet with abundant success
Mr. Sink, of Davidson county, Whitehead-Stokes sanitorium, bas
will start a singing school at the fintirlv reeoved and has returned
Ointment wUl cure Blind.
Bleedine and Itching
Piles. It absorbs the tumors.
allays the Itching at once, acts
as a poultice, gives instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Olnt
TnATit. lanrATiAred for Piles and Itch
ing of the private parts. Every box is
warranted. By druggists, by mail on re
ceipt of price. 60 cents and wiLUmi
MANUFACTURING CO.. Props.. Cveland.
Rock-a Bye Baby.
Rock-a-bye baby, on the tree top,
R. C, Lippard and S. B. Lyerly
rege,1 which Vhewill S When yugrow up you will work
TLtfl meetiff will be- LWhen you are married your wife!
einat the Methodist church the I - ork too,
giu u I fin fVin, tho awellfl will have noth-
second Sunday in tnis montn.
J. Flovd Lippard leaves next 1DS to ao'
home Sunday and was married to Tuesday to attend Davidson Col- Rock-a-bye baby, on the tree top,
Moses Kluttz, Rev. R. L. Brown lege. , , , When you are old your wages will
"a Armnnv ' Thev S. H. Wetm ore finished thrash- stop.
jwriuiiuiuB npOT,ie ing wheat Monday for this season. When you have spent what little
were two prominent young people ,tin ig ODenin2 out nicely v flft P
of this settlement and the object- und here and picking will be- Thft rock-a-bve babv. skiD off to
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v' 50 YEARS
" Items From Faith.
Miss Roxie Lingle, daughter of
Dolnhus Lingle, ran a way
Anyone sending a sketch and descriptton may
Tvi ouwtidn onr oDinion free whether an
xaf0Tt tjLkAn tbroueh Mann & kxk receire
?St1oSnDK)bably patentable. Communlca-
tlona strictly confidential-Handbook on i-MMt
Mitfree. Oldest agency forjrtoanta.
tpecial notice without charge. In tne
ions on the part of the brides
father caused the runaway. Our
best wishes go out to the young
Ji P. Brantly is visiting friends
here. 1 He has nnt been here in 20
years. Mr. Brantley savs there is
a great change in and around
Faith since he saw it last. He now
lives at Troutmans, N. C. '
Six stone masons are now at
work putting up the granite build
ing for the Junior Order.
Charles Bame moved into
new house today.
Will Casper and Charles Stire
walt are building a new house for
Henry Cauble for one of his rent-
Bill Allen has just built the
chimenys and flues in Monroe
Stirewalt's new house which is now
If the people could get plenty
of flat cars to ship their granite
as fast aB they couJd load it, they
would all soop getrich. We have
been waiting on empty cars for
eevearl days. Venus.
ein in a few days.
Mowing machines are busy cut
tine pea vines.
What has become of Bro. Sat
urn? Wake up and give us some
news. Tom Cat.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Xargest clr
cuSSion of any science lonrnaL Terms,a
Railway Carmen's Journal.
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Sttancn OfflceTeSS V BU Waihlnston. D. C
We are almost
Our Match trade during
August has been a rec
ord breaker, but have
some yet,so if you
MR. HARRY INJURED
Salisburian Thrown from a Street
Car in New York.
Mr. S. W. Harry, who is in
New York purchasing goods for
his firm, was injured in that - city
Saturday by being thrown to the
street while alighting from a street
car. He went to a hospital and
his wound, a slight cut in the
head, was dressed. The wound
is only slight.
TO BUY A LOT
OF NEW SHOES
But we didn't expect to have to buy so many
'till we cleaned up after our GET AWAY
SALE and found so many shoes had GOT
AWAY. We find NEW SHOES are easy to
sell and we find ourselves with a lot of CASH
So we'll be RICHT here with a new name and
a NEW STOCK! .
Crump Continues to Im
The condition of Mr. Walter
Crump continues satisfactory and
I while he cannot yet be pronounced
out of danger the chances are for
IfOPUUR FKICC FOOT WEAR)
Wm. ERWIN, Manager,
111 N. Main Street, :: :
- Salisbury. N. C.
There is still hope. If
you have never visited
our store, you are cordi
ally invited to do so, if
will pay you to do so.
Our line of goods is al
most unlimited and
To see our goods
and get our
prices will be bet
ter than to read
about them. .
They will sur
prise you. Come
to see us.
1FT ft A
The Dollar Stretcher,
and 5 and 10c store.
The Leading Jewelers & Opticians,
i have iust, received part of their fall sjbock of Elegant
Jewelry, and are daily expecting large shipments of Cut
Glass, Havaline China, German China and also a beau- .
tiful line of the Famous Piekardvs Hand Painted China
for which they have the EXCLUSIVE Agency.
Their line of Sterling Silver and Silver-plated ware
larcro nrl r.n mnlfite. Call and insDect their stock
before buy ing, elsewhere ; it will pay you.
G0RMAW & ' GREEPir
The Leading Jewelers and Opticians.
Salisbory and Spencer, N. O.
the New Year Rig
lake Home Comfortable !
8 F URNITURE DEALER,
Subscribe for the Watchman. I his recovery.
will help you.
O He has a Large Assortment of House O
Furnishings and is
offering them' at
EWIBALWIING AND UNDERTAKING
COFFINS AND CASKETS.