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. Oh, don't it rain.
The farmers are turuiDg land
for their next wheat crop.
Mrs. M, A: Cornelison, whojhas
been sick for some time, is still in
a critical condition.
James Snider, who had an op
pfraticn performed at the White-hoad-Stokes
sanitorium last week,
is getting well. ,
Tho Providence Sunday School
Convention meets at Trading Ford
The most pleasure married peo
ple have is when they think over
the goid times they , had before
-they wer? married.
We are short this week, but look
for lis later on.
Rev. C. A. Ritchie, of Bing
hampton, N. Y.t is at home on a
visit to his parents.
Faith and Chestnut Hill cross
ed bats at: Faith, Saturday. The
score was 13 to 3 in favor of
Faith. The next game will be
played at Chestnut Hill.
We expect to seeFaith"grow
very fast in the next year, as
there is so much granite work to
be done here at all the quarries.
We expect some weddings to
report between now and Christ
mas. C. C. Wyatt .has gone to Mt
Airy to see his son, Jno, M. Wy
att. . '
Mrs. D, A. Hodges has been
quite Bick at her home here, but
is getting. some better.
J. T. Wyatt has received an or
der for a four-foot pair of mill
stones, and is atwork on them.
Archie "Kluttz is having a well
dug this week in his yard.
The livery stable man will soon
get rich, the way he has calls for
horses and buggies. He has a
gre demand for them.
livery family ought to take the
Carolina Wi tcaman, it helps
educate the children, who read
Mrs. Morgan's Death.
Mrs. J, Thomas Morgan died at
her home in this city on August
1st. The funeral was held at St.
John's church Friday afternoon,
Rev. jV. Y. Boozer officiating.
Mrs. Morganhad seemed to be in
good health, except for a pain in
the head, which caused hT much
ufferine. and for whichlshe
Another Bad Nsgro Arresffik -
f A well known . bad nigger, of
the Sugar Spring locality, was ar
rested Friday night. Draper had
tried to murder his wife and when
Farmer Wants Ulncer John Rutty went after him,
. - , . , i ne iouna ne would need neip to
A recent issue of th Raleigh I , . r
News and Observer coat ained the
following," from a Rowan county :
"I and in need of two good farm
handswant them right away.
Have been thinking some high
class German emigrants would be
acceptable. Can you give me any
information or assistance in se
curing them? Will take them
the remainder of this and all the
next year want v good, regular
work done. The negro has be
come well nigh worthless, and
tne white men I have employ
ing have gotten able to buy their
own' homes. I would prefer Ger
man or Swedes of Protestant
faith, i Please let me hear from
The j letter was referred to the
Immigration Bureau of the Ag
maKe tne arrest as tne negro, was
in an Hgly fighting mood . The
officer telephoned here for help,
and Deputies Krider and Julian
at once responded to the call.
Draper was still fighting Rufty
when the other officers reached
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iiuo eucuo, uuii uo was buuh ouu-i
dued, brought to Salisbury and
lodge in jail.
Gain in Taxes.
Sheriff Julian settled last week
wirh the county commissioners
for the taxes for 1905. The set
tlement showed a gratifying in
crease in the amount of the taxes
collected. Last year when the
sheriff settled, he turned in $93
000 as taxes for 1904. For 1905
the amount was $114,000, or a
gain of about $21,000 in twelve
: Eczcna. Jy- ' :m
For the good of those suffering
with eczema or other such trou
ble, I wish to say, my wife had
something of that kind and after
using the doctors' remedies for
some time concluded to try Cham
berlain's Salve, and it proved to
be better than anything she had
tried. For sale, by James Plum
mer, Salisbury, N. C and Spen
cer Pharmacy, Spenaer, N.C.
eould get no relief, A husband
and three sons survive her.
Young Man Disappear.
A young man named Moore,
who Was from Oregon, and who
was employed, as a machinist at
the Southern shops in Spencer,
has mysteriously disappeared and
his acquaintances are much mys
tified on account of the matter.
He engaged board at the Spencer
Inn, paying hi9 board in advance!
The next day he left the house
and has not been seen since. He
is said to have carried considera
ble ' money with him, and it is
thought that he may have met
with foul play.
The Yost Reunion.
There was a large gathering at
the sixth annual reunion of the
Yost family, at Yost, on August
1st. A number of addresses were
made. A bountiful dinner was
served, and music was furnished
by members of the Yost family.
It is said there has not been a
death in the Yost family since the
Old maids would be scarce and
hard to find,
Could they be made to see,
How grace ana beauty is combinrd
By using Rocky Mountin Tea.
T. W. Grimes' Drug Co.
Here comes the notes again
from Yost College,
The health of the community is
. MonAlin Sftfrit is on the sick
The wheat threshing is over in
this neighborhood. f
We are having a few week's
Milo Kluttz has purchased new
. traction engine and is out thresh
Some of the Salisburyyoung
men took some of the young la
dies of the neighborhood to the
Yost reunion, and got a good wet
ting. Cotton and corn are looking
Tom Webb went to Rchfiield
to conference last week.
Mute Rogers had a wreck witk
his engine last week. He ran up
against a tree and broke an axle.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilkerson
visited at the home of Jacob Yost
Brother Billie. .
Civil Service Examinations.
Civil Service examinations will
be held in this city August 29th,
to fill vacancies in the internal
revenue district of North Caroli
na, i Examinations will be held
for clerk and office deputy col
lector : storekeeper-gauger, and
field or raiding deputy collector.
Full information and application
blanks may be obtaiued by apply
ing; to W. Henry Hobsou, secre
tary of the local board of examiners
Croton Oil in Whiskey.
Thos. Caiaway and Fred Wal
ters, hostlers at a livery stable
here, are suffering intense agony
and are in a dying condition from
drinking whiskey given to them
by Arthur Kine, hostler at an
opposition stable. Kine has been
arrested and sent to jail without
bail to await results. Investigation
shows that a large quantity of
croton oil was mixed with the
whiskey. What prompted the deed
is not known. Jacksonville, Fla.,
Has Stood the Test 25 Years
The old, original Grove's Taste
less Chill Tonic. You know what
you are taking. It is iron and qui
nine in a tasteless form. Nocre,
uo pay. 50c.
are the only artistic pianos
sold direct to' tho home by
their maker. The STIEFFW
is the finest piano produced
in' the world. 'The SHAW
piano is superior to any pia
no sold by most retail deal
ers as their best. You know
a retail dealer has - no inter
est in your musical education.
The only tone he knows
about a piano is the ring of?
the almighty dollar that
comes to him in the selling.
The cheaper the piano the
bigger his profit. Skip all
risk of getting a cheap piano
by writing STIFFF
5 West Trade St
Charlotte N. C.
C. H. WILHONT, Manager.
OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Head of the State's Educational System.-
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We Still have a number of
copies of the California Earth
quake book on hand. The price
of this book is $1.50. Any one
buying one of .these books will be
given a year's subscription to the
Watchman, but should you be a
subcriber we will make the price
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Negro Killed by Train. 01 tne oOOK . ow,iiyo
the day, is the chance to get one
Granville. S. C and who has a reuucea price.
latejy been at Vork near Lin wood
on the double tracking force, was
killed by a train Satnrday night
aear Sumner. He had with him
a lot of whiskey in flasks and the
inference is that he was engaged
in the illicit sale of liquor. It is
presumed that while drunk he sat
en the track, with the usual result.
Library contains 43,000 volumes
New water works, electric lights,
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Dormitories, gynasium, Y.
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682 STUDENTS. 74 IN FACULTY.
The Pall term begins
Sept. 10, 1906. Address
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CHAPEL HILL N. C.
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Large library facilities. "Well equipped
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Young Men wishing to
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For catalogue and further information,
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Last week an attempt was
made to burglarize Captian J. B.
Taylor's residence on East Innis
street, near the railroad bridge.
Th,e attempt would probably have
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