THE CAROLI HAW ATCH MAN .
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Local News Items
D L. Gaskell has returned
from a visit tfo, Morehead City.
P B. Beard has returned from
a visit to to the western part of
Rnben Gocdman, of Amity,
was in Salisbury last week. He
is a graduate of Roanoke College,
and intends to take a seminary
course at Charleston, S. C.
J During the rainv spell, the
creek.8 all througn the county are
reported to have been higher than
for years, and, continually swol
len streams have been the rule.
The Sunday School of the First
Methodist church held its annual
picnic at the park last Eriday.
Mrs. Lua Efird. who has been
the guest of Mrs. W. B. Duttera,
has returned to her home in Vir
ginia. Rev. p. B. Currie, of the Spen
cer Presbyterian church, preach
ed at the first Presbyterian church
here Sunday, Rev. J. H. Grey,
the pastor, being absent from the
Mr. and Mrs. 1e. K. James have
returned lrom .Denver where they
have been spending some wteks.
Miss Grace Tyson has returned
home after a pleasant visit of
several weeks to friends in Bal
timore. Prof .Nelson V. Taylor, -of this
city, and Miss Claire Mann, of
New York, were married at Pots
dam, on June 23rd.
Fpur negroes were arrested last
week on Council street for gambl
ing: r They were caught in the
R. Lee Wright has been spend
ing a week at Rock y River
R. J. Reynolds, the million
aire tobacco manufactur e r, o f
Winston, was in Salisbury last
Yardmaster Camdan, of the
Spencer yards, and who has been
in poor health, has gone to Atlan
ta to enter a hospital for treat
ment. P. M. Byrd takes his
place during his absence.
M. C. Torrence, formerly a
member of the police force of . the
city, has been placed on the force
again, and has been assigned to
Council street between Main street
to the depot. This is a locality
which certainly needs 'all the time
of an officer.
Railroad Men at Spencer.
A special train carrying a num
ber of railway officials, visited
Spencer last Friday afternoon.
In the party were Fourth Vice
President. C. H. Ackert; General
Manager," H. B. Spencer; Assis
tants, E. A. Coapman, G. R. Loy
all, H. N. Foreacre, W. S. An
drews, A. Ramseur; Trainmasters,
G. W. Newell and C. K. Miller.
The party left Friday niglat for
Meeting of Missions Worker.
Last Friday the executive com
mittee of the Woman's Home and
Foreign Missionary Society, held
a meeting at St.. John's Lutheran
church. The members of the
committee are Mrs. J. Q. Wertz
and Mrs. T. L. Ross, of China
Grove; Mrs. J; A. Linn, of Rock
well; Miss Constance Cline, of
Concord; Mrs. A, W. Winecoffi
of Salisbury. The programme
was arranged for the annual con
vention which will meet at St.
James church, in Concord, Au
gust 31st to September 2nd.
: Neneless Sheriff Removed.
Governor Broward to-dav sus
pended from office Sheriff George
R. Carter, of CitruB county, be
cause he permitted, without ade
quate resistance, two prisoners to
ba taken from his custody by
mobs who lynched them, Frank
Jordan being lynched on May 16
and James Davis on June 7, thus
outraging and bribgiug the digni
ty of the State into disrepute.
Tallahassee, .b la., dispatch.
CONCORD AND. CABARRUS COUNTY. !
Change in Hotel Management. Concord's j
Rough Thoroughfares. ,
Concord Times, July 81st.
The papers of the large cities
are all right if ycu want them,
but it is your own home paper
that advertises your church, your
numerous societies, sympathizes
with you in your afflictions and
rejoices with you in your pros
perity, Ini short is is the local
paper that mentions the thous
and and one items in which you are
interested during the year, and
do not find in the papers of large
Titus Smith, of near Harris
burg, was badly hurt in a run
away last Friday, The mule he
was driving ran away, throwing
Ma Smith out of the vehicle in
to a barbed wire fence, He was
badly cut in several places by the
wire, but his wounds are not dan
gerous. The- ragular monthly meeting
of the Cabarrus Cotton Growers'
Association was held in the court
house last Saturday at 11 o'clock.
President Geo. E. Ritchie and
Secretary W. Ed. Harris were
both at the post of duty. All the
townshipsin the county were re
presented except two.
Today the St. Cloud Hotel and
the Hotel Normandy will cease
to exist as such, and the St.
Cloud Normandy will succeed
them. The consolidated hotel
will be under the managementtof
V. L. Normhn, heretofore pro
prietor of the Normandy.
Roy Webster, of Gaffney,. S.
C, has just been secured. as pro
fessor of Greek and Latin in the
Collegiate Institute at Mt. Pleas
ant for the next school year.
Prof. Webster ir a graduate , of
Wofford College, with high hon
ors. Herbert M, Barrow, who has
been book-keeper at the office of
the Odell Manufacturing Com
pany for a number of years, has
resigned that position, and will
go to Charlotte September 1st, to
go into the insurance business.
The man who gets mad at what
tb.e newspaper says about him,
should return thanks three times
a day for what the newspaper
knew about him and suppressed.
The Sunday School Convention
for No. 6 township, will be held
at Boger Reformed church, on
Saturday, August 4th, beginning
at 10 o'clock a. m.
Union street is so rough that
folks with false teeth are forced
to take them out of their mouths
before starting on a ride over it.
Concord Times. Aug. 3rd.
The mothers of this town whd
are responsible for the girls who
gad the streets should 1 stop and
think what they are doing These
girls are no longer children. They
are at the imprressionable age.
Vhere will you have their im
pressions come from from the
riff-raff of the street or from the
home? It is for the mothers off
this town to settle the question.
The Woman's Missionary So
ciety of the North Carolina Luth
eran Synod, will meet in St.
James Lutheran church here on
August 31st to September 2nd.
This will be a most interesting
and important meeting, and the
ladies of St. James, church are al
ready busy making arrangements
Had an Awful Timer bat Chamberlain's
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It is with pleasure that I give
you this unsolicited testimonial.
About a year ago when I had a se
vere case of measles I got caught
out in a hard rain and the meas
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bowels. I had an awful time
and had it not been for the use of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy I could not
have possibly lived but a few
hours longer, but thanks to this
remedy I am now strong and
well. I have written the above
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shall always speak a good word
for thia remedy. Sam H. Gwi
Concord, Ga. For sale by James
Plummer, Salisbury, N. C.,' and
Spencer Pharmacy, Spencer, N, C.
LEXINGTON AND DAVIDSON COUNTY.
Condition of Mr. Mendenhall Very Serious.
Man Hart by Train.
Lexington Dispatch, Aug, 1st.
Earl Wyatt. whd was with Nat
Crump On the occasion here in I
Lexington when the officers want
ed both for selling whiskey, and
who, for resisting arrest, was sent
to the roads for two years, was
shot from ambush some nights
ago in Boon township, so he
claims, and being under the im
pression that his former friend
was behind the gun, he came to
Lpxington and boarded the cars
vowing to put as much space be
tween himself and Crump as he
could. The ball hit him in the
leg, but did not appear to impede
his progress much It has been
about concluded that Crump is
really in Boon township aud has
been there since his escape from
the State farm.
Wednesday night J. J. Daniels,
while standing on the main line
of the Southern at the first cross
ing below the Wennonah MillB,
was struck by an engine and pain
fully hurt. Mr. Daniels was look
ing down the track at the stearn
shovel and the dinkey engine, and
was not aware that the engine
was comiDg. It carried no light
and having no load, made no
noise that Mr, Daniels could hear.
He was thrown about ten feet and
badly bruised on the back and the
head. While he is resting as easy
as could be expected, he is still in
We are pained by the unfavora
ble news we have to give out con
cerning the condition of our es
teemed townsman, J. N. Mendat.
hall. Last week we were able to
inform his friends all over' the
county that he was regarded as
much improved. Since then
pneumonia has set in, caused by
the injury sustained by the lungs
in his fall,, and he has been de
lirious. His chances for recov
ery are doubtful.
The Commercial and Savings
Bank is the name of a new finan
cial institution that is being or
ganized by J. T. Hedr'ck and oth
ers. Stock in he new business is
being subscribed this week. The
Commercial and Savings Bank
will occupy the corner apartment
in the Hinkle block that is now
being built, and the bank will
open as soon as the building is
finished. An order has already
been placed for furniture. The
capital of the bank will b $25,
000 paid in.
r Last Wednesday morning Wes
ley Lanning, an employe of the
Elk furniture factory, while put
ting on a belt, was the victim of
a Jterrible accident whereby he
lost an arm. His sleeve caught
on the shafting and this drew his
whole arm so that it was broken
in six different places. The arm
Jim Neal, who is dsoried as a
little black nigger whose long
head has a flat spot, on top of it,
was arrested Saturday for at
tributing booze for price, and af
ter admitting that he sold a pint
for fifty cents, was t-ent t - jail to
await the Superior court. One of
the foreman at the camp outside
of twn reported the transaction
and deputy Hheriff Ravmund Dor
sett swore out 'he warrant.
Remedy for Diarrhoea. Never Known to
"I want to say a few words for
Chamberlains' Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. L have used
this preparation in my fa mi y for
the past five years and have re
commended it to a number of
people in York county and have
never known it to fail to effect a
cure in any instance. I feel that
I can not say too much for the
best remedy of the kind in the
world." S, Jemison, Spring
Grove, York County Pa. This
remedy is fcr sale by James Plum
mer Salisbury, N. C, and Spen
cer Phamacy, Spencer,' N., C.
STUART McGUIRE, M. D , President.
Tbia. College conforms to the Standards
fixed by law for Medical Education. Send for
Bulletin .No. 11, which tells about it.
Three tree catalogues Specify Department.
MEDICINE - DENTISTRY - PHARMACY
To Cure a Cold in one Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's
signature is on each box.
For Two Weeks
We Will Sell:
Pursuant to the provisions contained
in a Mortage Trust Deed registered in
Book No. 19. page 94 in the office of
the Register of Peeds for Rowan Coun
ty, State of North Carolina, made by
Henry E. Freeze for the protection
and benefit of the undersigned, on the
22nd day of December 1900, default
having been made in the payment of
this debt which said Mortgage was
given to secure, the undersigned will
sell at public sale for cash at the Court
House door in Salisbury, t N. C, on
Monday, the 10th day of September, 1906,
the following described real estate:
Situate in Atwell Township, begin
ning at a stone Catharine Freeze's cor
ner and runs South 4,87 chs. to a
stake, thence S. 81 deg. E. 26 chs to a
cucumber bush on the east bank of the
creek, thence S. .36 deg. E. 14,50, chs.
to a stone, thence S. 63 deg. W. 10.50
chs. to a B. gum, thence N. 64 deg. W.
13,25 chs. to a stone, thence N. 88K
deg. W. 2 chs. to a post oak, thence N.
25. deer. E. 87K links to a stone, thence
53 deg W. 3.75 chs. to a stone, thence
N 87 deg.W. 1,50 chs. to a stonp,
thence JN. 52 deg. W. 2.25 chs. to a
stone, thence N. 71 deg. W. 25,37J chs
to a pine, thence W. 3.12 chs. to a
stake, thence S. 12 deg. W, 15.50 chs
to a-stake, thence W 15,50 chs. to a
stake on the west side of the Buffalo
road, thence N. 15 deg, E. 15.50 chs.
to a stake on the east side of said road,
thence N. 88 deg. E. 23,75 chs, to the
beginning, containing 106 acres more
or less, excepting 53 acres heretofore
conveyed to S. A. Freeze. See Book 66,
page 53 Register of Deeds Office for
said County., conveyed by the said
Henry E. Freeze to satisfy the. debt
provided for in said mortage.
S. A. Freeze,
JohnL. Rejudleman, Trustee.
We have opened a
FURNITURE REPAIR SHOP
NEAR THE PASSENGER DEPOT.
Furniture repaired, refinished
and upholstered to order. We
can make your furniture look like
Harlman & Gaitler Go
Notice of Annual Meetimg.
Crescent, N. C , July 26, 1996
The Annual Meeting of the Row
an Mutual Fire Insurance Com
pany will be held in the Court
House, Salisbury, N. C, Tuesday,
August 14th, 1906, at 10.30 a. m.,
strntlv, for the purpose of elect
ing officeis for the ensuing year
and transacting such other bus
iness ' as claims consideration
The business of the Company be
longs to every person carrying a
policy in it. Please attend to
C.' l. POOLE, Pres.
J. M. L Lyerly, Sc.
CRESCENT AC AOEilY
And Business College,,
CRESCENT, N. C.
Eleventh Session opens September
4th, 1906. Healthy location, New
Buildings, Ncw Equipments, National
Reputation. Courses: Literary, B6ok
kfeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Mu
sic, Penmanship and Normal Strong
Faculty Help for needy students.
Expenses less than any other school in
the State. For catalogue and particu
BEV, J. M. L. LYERLY, Ph.D.,
7-25-6w Crescent, N. C.
y Scrub yourself. dai'y, you're not
clean inside. Clear inaidea mean
clean stomach, bowels, blood, liv
er, e'ean, healthy tissue'in every
organ. Moral: Take H Ulster's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. T. W. Grimes,
1oc"TfiIS IS A HORSE"
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NCE there was a small boy who
lor hours to draw a copy on his
admired the .horse, wanted it,
experience to get him. Ha therefore tried to draw one. Yv hen his labors
were complete, he looked first at the genuine article, then at the miserable'
imitation, and after long, deep stuc y wrote THIS IS A HORSE, realizing
his failure and inability to reproduce the genuine, and he knew without "Thi3 is a Horse-"
written below, no one would recognize what he had tried to make. Would-be competitors
have tried for years to imitate Grape Tobacco. They make bla k plug's of similar size, but
of less weight, and put in it all sorts of various concoctions, mixtures and kinds of Tobacco,
but all failed, (to prt the business) arid fini i'y hit upon the smalj boy's plan, and printed on
the ta "SOMEBODY'S SUN CURED." T;iey all advertise and tell you that SOMEBODY'S
SUN CURED taer is valuable Cf course it is (it cost about 15 cents per thousand) but how
about the miserable imitation of Grape Tobrcco the tajr is on? Somebody's Sun Cured tag no
more rr.akcs rood Tobacco than d;es THIS ZZ A IIORSI makes' a valuable genuine. horse.
MORAL: CHEW GRAPE TOBACCO MADE IN RICHMOND
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Furniture Repairing: .fTf '
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MOSQUITO CANOPIES PORCH SHADKS
J. 0. D1T
Shop Next to City Hall.
. Our repair shop ia up-to-date. All work guaranteed. Bug
gies, Carnages, and Wagons repaired, painted and Trimmed in
best style at lowest price. New Cushions, Tops;, Backs and
Dashes. Tops and Cushious repaired aud dreped.
RUBBER TIRES 1A. SPECIALTY.
I Old rubbers patched and putn. Write or call for prices
' No Charge for estimate on jobs. We have a nice lob of Buggies
on baud at low prices.
Belcher Gets 12 Years in Pen.
William H. Belcher, who while
maycr 01 tnis city absconded a
year ago and who surrendered him
self on Monday last;' was eenten-to-day
to 12 years"in the Trenton
pcuibeunary. reteraon, in. j.,
wrote "This Is a Horse" after trying
slate ot a thoroug-horca racer, ne
but had neither the ability nor the
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