, LSt. Paul Wakeups.
St. Paul, Nov." 4. -The health
of our community is very good at
Cotton mckincr is about over aud
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the most of it has been sola.
The readers of the Watcaman
about here want Uncle' Jack to
wake up and spell names correct
ly. Johc Holshouser, cropper on
Thorns Albright's place, had a
corn shucking Friday night. H e
is a good farmer, and made quite
a good crop this year.
H. G. Honbarger, of this place,
has quite a curiosity in the way of
a cherry tree. It now has a sec
. ond crop of cherries on it and a
third crop of blooms . George H .
Oowan also has something in the
same line. It is a peach tree with
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ripe peacnes ana a bbcuuu uiup ui n
blooms. ' I. X. L.
. Woodleaf Items.
WOODLBAF, NOV. 2.
People in this section are about
through sowing wheat.
Cotton picking is about over in
Mostf our burg's storeB have
been supplied with street lamps
Dr. Adkins preached a splendid
sermon last night.
Mr. Lanning, of Davidson, de
livered a nice lot of . fruit, trees
here yesterday. '
. Mrs. Nettie Miller and son, of
Salisbury, are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Miller's brother, Henry
Penninger, this week.
Dr. Henderson, of this place,
has been quite unwell for some
We were glad to hear from Bro.
Saturn last week. Hope he will
come often .N
The people of- this place are
looking forward to another R. F.
D. route in the near future.
We would like to hear from our
little "Pet" againV
We wish all members of the P.
P. A. would wake up and send in
a line or two;- . P"K
I close in wishing much succees
to the Watchman and its editor.
-t- - :- Tom Cat
; Pickings from St. Luke.
St. Luke,-Nov. 7.
The farmers here are all alout
through sowing wheat and oats. !
The free school at Rowan A;k1
emy opened last. Monday, with
Miss Marv Goodman as the tench-
er. Wewish her much success.
We dreglad to note Callie Frick,
who fell and hurt her leg a few
we-iks ago, is improving very fast
and will soon be able to be out
H. G Peeler narrowly escaped
what may have proved a rphous
accident -ecently. While driving
out in a wagon he caught his foot
6u a stump and bruised it very
bdly but not seriously.
T. J. Lyerly and family visited
Luther Kluttz over Sunday.
John Lyerly and others started
for the mountains last week for
Henry Trexler and Mis3 Roxie
Brown, from near Biltnior, were
married last Sunday. We wish
them a long and happy life.
There will be preaching at St.
Luke's next Sunday week at 10.30
Best wishes for the Watchman.
R. F. D. No. 1
Salisbury R. B.' D. No. 1.
Nov. 6, '05. The Sunday-school
Day at the franklin Presbyterian
church Sunday was a Success, and
Enjoyed by evjery one. There
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4.1 1.1,1 O J 1 1
Very valuable hinfcs on Sunday-
1 1 m .- " til .
Jcnooi work, a collection was
Aftton nmnnnt.incf .r $94. nf
which $22.20 was collected in mite
; boxes and may praise be given
to our pastor and leaders in this
Would like to know what has
become of our Polly, of Crescent.
Would like to hear from her again .
School at Springfield school will
., start Moday, the 18th, with Miss
j Roxie Trexler as teacher.
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mrs. jDiiiie firoiB is very in at
bum wiibtiut. lu is as ii oiio tuuiu
repeat these lines now:
My ship is Hearing its harbor,
Just entering the narrows now ;
The engines have slacked their throb
The eyening shadows bow. .
It has sailed over many waters,
It has weathered many gales,
The sunny days have been many.
The peace that has kept prevails.
The Merciful Father of Oceans
Has saved from a ship-wreck's fate,
And the harbor lights are gleaming,
The shores of liberty wait.
And the long-gone friends are watch
-And my soul swells high with praise,
For it soon snail be moored forever
'Neath the Harbor Master's gaze.
Cleared for Action,
When thebody is cleared for
action, by Dr King's New Life
Pills, you can tell it by the bloom
of health on thK cheeks; the
brightness of the eyes; the firm
ness of the flesh and muscles ; the
buoyancy of the mind, ry them .
At all drug stores 25d scents.
OUR DOUBLE TEAM HARNESS
is the r Stuff," Thoy not only
improve the looks Df the team,
but gives tone to their appearance.
Special careis taken in the manu
facture by us for
FIT AND DURABILITY.
We carry everything needed for
the horse: Collars, Bridles, Whips.
Blankets, Lap Robes, Saddles, in
fact everything. Repairing a
specialty. Call and see usk
G. FR0NEBER6ER & COMPANY.
JflvJMi IF JS) iLSi LLD JJ
THE LEADING CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE
Where a lady can buy everything she wants
ready to wear. We make a specialty of
Ladies' goods. We study their wants and
keep up with all the new things. Of
course every lady wants to have the right
thing, and when she goes shopping, if she
doesn't take the Magazines and Journals,
she is more or less dependent on the merch
ant she trades with to give her the correct
thing. If you trade with us you can be
assured of this, and you can find everything
here that is kept in an Up-to-Date Gity
Store. Our motto is to sell you Up to-Date,
Fresh, New Goods at reasonable prices.
V We are not going to offer you Bates on one
or two things to get you in and then stick
you on something else. You will find our
prices as low as anybody's when you com
pare goods. : : : : ":
IJS UNDERWEAR, we simply have everything
from an infants wrapper to the largest sizes made.
We have Childrens' Union Suits at 25 and 50 cents.
Misses', same " prices Ladies' at 25, 50, SI. 00 and up
to $2.50 per suit. We have a big assortment of
Ladies' Vests and Pants from 25c. up to $1.50. We
have the medicated flannel Vests and Pants.
SWEATERS are going to be worn again this season
and we have laid in a good supply of them in; White
and Red. Ladies Rain Coats and everything that
is necessary for a Ladies ward robe. - You naven't
seen the best until you see our stock.
BRITTAIR! & CAMPBELL,
SALISBURY, N. C.
Begiuuing new vwe wis to
furnish you with all the
Drug t tore Goods you may
need. All goods to be of
the best quality and guar
anteed, and to be charged
for at lowestpossible prices
consistent with quality.
Service to be superior, so
that at all-times you wil I bp
waited upon promptly and
by experienced pbu-rmacistf?
This is a bid for your trade.
We are 'anxious to count
you as one of our Custp
mers, for wfiknoV the satis
faction will be mutual.
Money refunded without
argument if at any time
you purchase goods that are
not-satisfactory. May we
:cunt ou a customer ?
SALISBURY DRUG CO.,
115 N, Main St.
( jrS Tit i mrtTT H i nnn h
to Save Money by Buying
Is an Important Question
It is easily done, however,
if you buy your furniture
from E. E. StOUOEMIRE. He
carries a big line, of furni
ture of all kinds. Stoves,
Cooking and Heating, Mat
ting and General House
His prices are remarkably
low, quality of goods being
considered are better than
can be bought elsewhere at
the same price.
You are cordially invited
to give him a call.
Very truly yours,
E. E. STOUDEMIRE,
No. 112-114 East Fisher St.
AXlc3t C3r O -To tXTO XX .
We offer movements anq
cases' that by years of ex
perience we have found -to
be the best.
We want to sell cass and
movements that will make
us business for years to
come. No other jeweler
can, or does sell at a lower
price than we do, quality
We want you to come and inspeet our large stock of up to
date watches. We can please you in style, quality and price.
The Best Repairing in the State. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
j eweier unci wpxicici XL,
OLD P0ST0FFICE, SALISBURY, N- C.
78"'7n" li p IK s is
Take Crad dock's
Prosperity, M. D.
Every season a good tonic is offered y oil here
and TO-DAY we're unpacking
One Thousand of these
and prescribe them because they're GOOD.
You pay nothing for the prescription and
get a big discount on the medicine.
(popular price foot wear)
TCRMS STRICTLY CASH
TCRMS STRICTLY CASH
Wm. ERWIN, Manager,
111 N. Main Street,
THE FBBdlDllIVT1 BAY!
M SQCTAKE DBAIi W&W 1TI1 HAR
ffltei or Yeir
We have prepared for a phenomenal
FALL AND WINTER TRADE, and thus
far we have not been disappointed. We
feel much encouraged io put forth more J
and greater efforts to improve our store,
our stock and trading conditions in gene
ral, when we realize that our customers,
appreciate our efforts in the past to please
them and that they are supporting us with
their trade and by bringing us new custom
mers. It is our aim to move forward each
day but we expect you to push by giving
us a fair share of your trade.
We cannot give you a very good idea of
our immense stock in an advertisement,
but we can give you a most cordial invi
tation to visit our store and inspect the
many special values we are offering.
Peau de Crepe, black, 27 inches wide,
extra quality, $1.00 yard. Peau de Gygne,
all colors, at75c yard. Peau de Soie, black,
36 inches wide, at $1.00 and $1.50 yard.
Black Taffeta, 36 inch, eqtra quality, $1.00
yard. Changeable Taffetas, 36 inches
wide, $; 00 yard. Black Crepe de Chene,
44 inches wide, at $1.50 yard. Crepe de
- Chene, 24 inches, all colors and very fine
quality, at $1.00 yard. .
Silk plaids in waist patterns. Fancy
Silks for Suits, Dress Trimmings and Lin
ings of every kind.
Table' Linen in all grades from the
cheapest cotton damask to the best double
faced pure linen. Napkins, Towels, Linen
Sheeting 10i wide, Linen Lawn, Butcher's
Linen, . Round Thread Linen, Qannon
Cloth, Indiau Head, Sheets, Sheeting,
Blankets, Confort, Pillow cords
Queen Quality Shoes
Have you seen the photograph in our
North window of the big shoe factory, the
home of Queen Quality Shoes ? Twenty -eight
hundred people work in this factory
and produce 10,000 iairs of shoes per day.
The Sanitary conditions in this factory are
the most perfect of any in the world, and
the employes are contented and happy.
The factory contains Library, Reading
Room Gymnasium, 60 baths, and other
up-todate conveniences. It is no wonder
that; under such conditions K produced the
world's most famous shoe for women
QUEEN QUALITY. We are sole agents
here for these shoes, and have just received
the new Fall and Winter Styles.
If there is any one thing or line in our
store to which we've given more thought
than to another, it is our line of Children's
Shoes. We have made them a study for
years and we believe that we sell the best
Shoes for Children made by any factories
in the world.
If you buy Shoes here for the Children
you niay be sure tbey are the best money
can buy or honest labor produce.
We are ready to show you an immense
line of wool dress goods of every descrip
tion and quality from 10c yard up.
BROADCLOTH, spunged and shrunk,
all colors, at $1.00 yard. , Imperial Serge,
Black, 52 inches wide, at $L00 yard.
30 inch Worsted Dress goods at 10c yard;
40 inch worsted dress goods at 15c yard;
worsted plaids at 15c yard; Mohair, 36 in. I
wide, at 25c yard; Mohair, all colors, 50c
grade, at 39c yard; Henrietta, all colors, "at
25c yard: heavy dress flannel at 25c yard;
waterproof flannel, 54 inches wide, at 39c
yard, Tricot flannel, all colors, at 25c yard;
fine French flannel-, 50c grade, at 89c yard;
white wool flannelat 15c yard; red flannel
in all grades; cotton flannel in all grades
and the best you ever bought at 10c yard.
Tink, grey and brown cotton flannel in all
grades. Pant cloth, good quality, at 20c
yard; outing at 5c yard; fine quality brown
domestic at 6c yard; bleached domestic
at 5c yard. 1
Cotton Good .
Large assortment of Daisy Cloth and
Outing in light colors. EDEN CLOTH, a
new cotton cloth in beautiful patterns for
waists, children's dresses and night robes.
A. F. C. Gingham, new lot; Lancaster
apron gingham; new percales in 8ic, 10c
and 12ic grades.
DANISH CLOTH, CREAM,
COTTON SUITING at 10c yard,
BEST CALICO at 5c yard, :
PERCALE at 10c yard,
COTTON PLAIDS, 5c yard,
BLEACHED DOMESTIC, very fine,
soft finish, at 8c yard.
Underwear ! Underwear 11
Of every description, for men, women and
children. Full line of Children's Union
Suits at 25c each. F. P. Underwaists for
children, Wool Bands for Infants, Ladies'
Wool Corset Covers, Kimonas, Dressing
Saques, Sateen and Wool underskirts,
Hoods, Fascinators, Caps.
Small Notions of Every Kind.
Sterling 'Silver Hat Pins, Brooches,
Waist Sets, Belt Buckles, Back and Side
Combs in sets, Shell Hair Pins, Tooth
Brushes, Talcum Powder, Face Powder,
Ammonia, Bay Rum, Witch Hazel, Pond's
Extract, Vaseline, Muscilage, Cologne,
Shaving Soap, Ivory Spap, Toilet Soape,
and hundreds of other smaller articles.
House Furnishing Department.
Table oilcloth at 15c yard, covered dishes
at 29c each. Ironstone platters, 11 inch size,
at 5c each, Ironstone fruit saucers at 2c
each, Ironstone plates, 9 inch size; at 25c
set, Ironton cups and saucers at 38c set,
knives and forks at 35c set, dippers, large
size, at 5c each, glass dippers 10c each, set
teaspoons 2c, set tablespoons 4c, coffee pots,
pudding pans, rice boilers, pie plates,
sifters, dish pans and many other useful
Big Things for Little Money.
Cake soap lc, lead pencil 1c, paper needles
lc, paper pins lc, paper hair pins lc, thim
ble lc, box tacks lc, ladies' handkerchiefs
2c, ..-men's blue handkerchiefs 3c, bottle ink
5c, boys' suspenders 5c, ladies' stock collar