North Carolina Newspapers

    ALBEMARLE AND STANLY COUNTY.
TO TEST HOLD ON PARTY.
CAR WORKERS TO STRIKE.
The Southbound Road Assured. Stan
ley's Prize Tomato.
Stanly Enterprise, August, 2nd.
Capt. 0: P. Cornell, chief en
gineer of the Southbound Rail
way, is quoted as saying that the
building of the road is assured.
At present trouble is being" en
counted in securing rights-of-way,
and as soon as these are secured
work wfll be rapidly pushed. He
has called for bids for construct
ion of bridges across Yadkin river
Rocky river, Abbots creek, Flat
Swamp, Lick creek and Cabin
creek, together with bids for
10,000 cubit feet of masouary.
Mr.Cornell says the men behind
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it would not oe speuaing several
thousand dollars a month if they
did not mean business.
Matthew Mabry has a severe
eash on his ritrht lee iust above
the knee, the result of an axe fall
iug upon him while he was cut
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sur&ical act nicely, using some
six stitches to close the wound.
There will be a reuniou of the
Confederate Veterans at Big Lick
ou August 24th, 1906.
Miss Annie Kizer, of Salisbury,
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is witn ner siBter, mrs. a. j. rat
terson.
Mrs. J. JL. sell takes the prize
oil tomatoes. A sample sent us
measured 14 inches and weighed
If pounds. Who can beat it?
The rennblic&n rincr held a se-
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cret caucus oyer one of the stores
here a few days ago. After hours
of wrangle, it was understood, no
agreement was reached.
There Will be an Educational
rally at St. Martins church on
Saturday August 25, at 10 o clock.
Several subjects of interest are to
be discussed by prominent educa
tors. We are glad to note that Gov
ernor Glenn has appointed U, B.
Blalock, of Wadesdoro, a former
successful young business man of
this county, as one of the ten
commissioners . to represent this
State at the Jamestown Expositi
on in 1907. It is a good choice,
Everybody is coming to Albe
marle to the picnic the 7th of
August and a good time is assured
Good speaking, sweet singing, ex
cellent music, and pleanty of
good rations.
J R. Kluttz has purchased the
A. C. Freeman place in East Albe
marle, now occupied by S. S.
Wolfe and family. Mr. Kluttz
will improve the present building
tin A Utnr nn ftTAP.f. n. new nno
Travis V, JenkiLs is here from
Salisbury, visiting homefolks,
Bruce Shankle also came down
Sunday on a flying trip.
Rev. J. A. McKaughan is assist
ing the Baptist minister at Palni
erville in a series of meetings.
A good and prominent republi
can calls the administration in
this county to a severe account.
This administration has driven
quite a number of men who have
been life-long republicans into the
democratic party, and "citizen"
says he is constrained to join the
ranks.
For the past few weeks our of.
flee force has been hard pressed
to meet all demand, JWe are en
deavoring now to secure another
hand, and hope soon to fully
atone ior iormer lacnes tnat we
have been unable to prevent.
A. A. Thompson, of Cottouville,
requests us to state that he is no
candidate for any office, as has
been reported, and he requests the
various conventions to be held
next Saturday not to consider his
name as such. -
Bryan to Carry $illivan Case to Democrat- Increased Par Demanded by Employes of
IcIiationarCoramlttoe. - , ? Tfietientrai of Georgia.
William-' J. Brvan will carry h-isH A general efrike of car workers!
fight on Roger C. Sullivan to the on the Central of Georgia . Rail-
Democratic national committee: road was ordered yesterday by the
It was declared today that Chair- Brotherhood of Railway Carmen.
man Tom Taggart would be re- In addition to the members of the
quested. to call a special meeting brotherhood, a few paint e t s.
for September, immediately after round-house men, and a feV oth-
the arrival of Mr. Bryan from ers are involved.
About 300 men are affected' by
the strike, in Macon, Columbus
and Atlanta,' Ga,, aiid Chattanoo
ga, Tenn.
During the week , confereucas
Europe.
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kit is said to be Mr. Bryan's in
tention at that time to force a
test on the willingness of the par
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t,v managers to Dermic Dim. : as
prospective nominee for the presi- have been held between a commit
dency, to exercise dictatorship as te0 of the local union, together
.!, ti -i ti . wifh: T? P. T.anria fnnrtK 'crrotid
to policies ana leaaers. u is in- ",v "w,a .v- &
timated that a fight on Chairman ahief.of the B. R. C, and master
Taggart will be started, and an mf chailic Fetner, general master
attempt made to call a meeting mecnanie w. Ji. onester, 01 &a-
fhanafi'nnai nnmmiff.oA .wpr vagnah, and Supt. Moise, of the
liis head, should he decline to act same city, but no agreement could
be reached. Macon. Ga., diB-
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' "I f'xnect a reauest for a meet- patch.
ing will be sent to Mr. Taggart
within ten days, signed by the re
quisite number of committee
men," said a majority rule leag
uer, who is close to Judge O. P.
Thompson. When the commit
tee meets, after Mr. Bryan's re;
turn, there will be something do
ing to greatly interest Illinois
Democrats, and, indeed, all
Democrats."
r It is understood plans for this
meeting have been laid by Mr.
Bryan and communicated to
Jfudge Thompson in letters not
i
made public.
The national committee alons
has power to oust Sullivan, as he nmg JNo. d4, a northbound pass-
was elected by delegates to a na- enger train, which jan into a train
tional convention. This is ad- on the Fomona yards by a switch
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miffftd bvfhAMninrif.v RnlfiDAmn. havine been left open and for
crats. They plan to control the which the switchman C. E.
State convention and are nsincr Welker. has been tried, and sen-
their strength to get delegates, teneuced to a -term in the pen-
Their chief object is to name a itentiary for criminal negligence.
bew State central committee, that Engineer John P. Wingate, of
Messrs. Hopkins and Sullivan Spencer, who was also Beverly iu-
strengthen the digestion cry a few
doses of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets, Mr. J. H.
dhilz, 01 leirort, jw.icn., savs:
"They restored my appetite when
impaired, relieved me of a bloat
ed feeling and caused a pleasant
and satisfactory movement of the
bowels." Price 25 cents. Sam
ples" free.- James Plummer, Sal
isbury, N. C; and Spencer Phar
macy, Spencer, N. C.
- Southetn Pays 7,800.
, The Southern Railway Company
to-day effected a settlement with
the estate of the late Engineer
Owen Norvel. of Spencer, who "was
killed in a collision at Pomona,
near Greensboro, in April, where
by the Southern pays the heirs $T
800 for all claims in the case. The
estate is represented Jhere by '"W
D. PetheJ, Fsp, as administrator,
who feels that the settlement is
fair and satisfactory.
Mr. JNorvel one 01 the nest en
gineers in the service of the south
ern, was instantly killed while run
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Health
Goods
In the purchasing of drugs.
purity should bo the first thing
to consider; v: Anything used in
promoting health should be just
right, so much depends upon it.
The drugs we carry are stock
edonly after careful bests t are
made. We know that they are
truly health goods for this
reason.
When in need of medicines
remember, these facts, for it's
important to you to trade whSre
goods ar proved to be right,
especially wben prices are also
right. -
SALISBURY DRUG GO. ,
115 N. Main St,
0 m $k
TRINITY PARK SCHOOL
A firstclass preparatory school. Cer-
tmcates 61 graduation accepted for en
trance to leading Southern colleges.
BEST EQUIPPED PREPARATORY SCHOOL
IN THE SOUTH.
Faculty of" ten officers and teachers.
Campus of seventy -five acres. Library
containing thirty thousand volumes.
Well equipped gymnasium. High
standards and modern methods of in
struction. Frequent lectures bv nrom
. .
inent lecturers. iixpenses exceedingly
moderate. Seven years of phenomer al
success. For catalogue and other in
formation, .address ,
H. M. NORTH, Headmaster,
will not dominate.
j The endorsement of Mr. Bryan
by the convention is not likely to
be made an issue, because M. Sul
livan's friends have declared for
Bryan already, and will try to em
phasize their point that nation
al politics has nothing to do with
this State squabble.
iurnd in the same collision, has
returnded to his home here. Spe
cial to Charlotte Observer.
A Healing Gospel.
I Mr. Cannon Much Better. e
! The condition of Mr, Eugeno
Cannon who was so seriously in
jured in an automobile accident
several nights ago, is very much
improved. He has regained con
sciousness aug hue .been resting
comfortably all day.
j Dr. Bloodgoqdof Johns Hopkins,
who was called in consultation,
left for his home last night and
'Dr. John Carr of the sane institu
tion returned to Baltimore this
morning,
j. The family and friends of this
young man are very much en
couraged because of the splendid
progress he has made in the past
24 hors. There now seems to be no
reason why he should not be re
stored to perfect healthJagain,
Concord dispatch.
"I'm
Luckiest Man In Arkansas. '
the luckiest man in Ar
kansas," writes H. L. Stanly, of
Bruno, ''since the restoration of
imvwife's health after five years
of continuous coughing and bleed
For an Imnaired Annp.tltP
To improve the appetite and ipg f rom the lungs ; and I owe my
ARNESS!
good fortune to the world's great
est medicine, Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, which I
know from expriencewill cure
consumption if taken in time. My
wife imprpved with first -bottle
and twelve bottles completed the
cure." Cures the worst couehs
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and colds or money refunded. Atpown 9 81106 store.
all druggists. 50c
Trial bottle free.
and $1.00.
O O X
Now is the time to buy a new
set of harness. We have them
for all purposes and at all prices.
Light driviDg from. $8.50 to $25
Carriage or Surry harness from
$15 to $25. ' Team Wagon Har
ness, best in town for the money.
We have a job lot of harness
which we will close Out at a very
close price. Now is the time to
get a bargain.
- Repairing of all kinds uVatl
and promptly done at lowest
prices.
Cut this ad, out and bring it
with you and for every $1 pur
chase, or more, we will give a nice
buggy whip,
Hartline & Co.
Phone 483, 130 East IniiiBS St.
SEWING MACHINES.
I have made arrangements with
some well known fatories to get
s: me very fine Sewing Machines
at prices so that I can sell to any
one, who wants a good machine
without paying a big profit, to
agents. I buy for cash and can sell
at any price I. want to fix on ma
chines, they come straight from
factory to me.
I keep all kinds of supplies and
make repair work a specialty, a)
W. M. RUTH,
10T North Main St. -Salisbury, N C.
6-20-8t
DURHAM N. O.
4 Per Cent.
We pay 4 per cent, ou monev in
savings department, addine the
interest to the principal every 90
days, and oner every safe guard to
the depositors.
We also loan money on real es
tate and personal security.
THE PEOPLES' BANE AND TRUST CO.
D, R. Julian, J. D. Norwood,
President. Cashier
P. H. Thompson, J. A. Peeler,
V. -President. Teller
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when you have to
scrape the, bottom oi
your purse with a fine
tooth comb every
month to buy shoes
for the little ones. '
Our Special School
Shoes are made spe
cially tough for the
purpose of helping
you to keep money
in the bank against a
rainy day.
They can actually
stand more rough
usage than any shoe
we ever saw. . A pair
of them on one of
your children Avill
prove this.
The Rev. J. C. Warren, pastor
or onaron uapusi; caurcn,. iseiair,
Ga., says of Electric Bitters:
"It's a Godsend to mankind. It
p.nrpd me nf larrm hack. Bt.iff ioint.B
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DuinvauiB womug DOW lo and complete physical collapse.
the Cook county delegation. It I was so weak it took me ! halfaD
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looks as if he will succeed. His hour to walk a mile. Two bot-
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frienn ar fpnnTtfiH in h onhnr- iies oi Electric Diners maae me
u. . a t. . , so strong I have just walked three
dinatmg the county fight to the mile8 h 50 minutes and W like
State contest and to be trading wnivinrr thro mop Tf.a mdA n.
"with county candidates. new man of me." Greatest, reme-
The Majority Rule Democrats dy for weakness and all Stomach,
hfivo nn ftllioe n nharrn oinn L-lVer 8DQ JVlQUBy COUipjUlUtH.
v an W ti.d. 'a Sold under guarantee by all drug-
iDxU i0u ax-uj iJVA igtg Price 50c.
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came supporters 01 uryan. uni-
cago special to New York Herald.
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and
Kegina Oxfords
for
WOMEN
King Quality hoes
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for
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