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The-farmers are busy with their
farm work, picking cotton sowing
oats, etc. . Cotton" will not make
half a crop, corn will not do as
much.' j I '
Mrs. Eva Trexler fell off her
piazza and broke one of her legs
near the ankle. This was a pain
ful accident, and old ! age may
cause her to be confined for a long
Mrs; G. W. Park is very; sick at
There will be a children's day
and harvest- home service
at St. Peter's church, on Satur
day, October 27th. An interest
ing programme is being arranged.
Remember the date. A good time
is expected. '
Bro. j Snort, allow us to con
Mrs. (Andrew Barger is very low
at her home; paralysis is thought
to be the cause.
Thos. Broadway has moved his
familyj on Cam Morgain's place,
And again it seems that our
R. F. JRoute No. 6 from Salis
bury, is subject to change. We
hope this is only gossip ; surely
our route will not be changed any
more. If the proposed changes
are made 14 families will be de
prived of their mail, unless they
make a change in boxes. Some
will nrnhn.hlv mnvfl t.o fS-nlH Will.
Route 1. Now if we are going to
havec free delivery mail, let's have
it. p the route was established
for the convenience of the people
let it remain where it is. Give us
free delivery or give us the old
star route and a postoffice to get
our mail. There is Borne talk of
circulating a petition to down
this route and to petition for the
old star route.
We' notice in the Salisburv Post
that jHon. A. L. Lingle has ten
dered nis resignation as as ser
vice done the Republican party,
his resignation to take effect at
onceJ Sure, your resignation ie
accepted as heartily as you ten
dered it. You resigned to the
wrong parties if you did'nt want
i oooonDrl -Wo Vmvft alrAadv
felt the effects of your resigna
tion. The heavens seem to weep
so that we can't make hay or pick
cotton. The sun seems to be on
his southward .journey and the
moon was first seen to shine in
the west last week. All this is a
token of your departure. The
Republican party has been much
strengthened and we rejoice with
the masses. W e don't blame you,
Bro. Lingle, if Spencer Blackburn
promised you an office and then
wbuld'nt give it to you, don't you
vote for him, try somebody; else.
You better get -Hackett to put it
in writing. Be not deceived. Be
sure you are right, then go ahead.
We bid you farewell. May -Hackett
take you and keep you. May
Hackett make his money to shine
on you and be loyal. to you. May
Hackett lift up his eyes on you
and give you an office; amen.
Jewish Festival, '
The greatest of the Jewish
festivals, the day of atonement,
began at sunset last Friday and
continued until euuset on the fol
lowing evening. Religious ser
vices were held all day in the
Elk's Hall, and they were attend
ed by the Jewish families of the
cities. During the holiday the
business places of the Jewish
merchants were closed.
They Make You Feel Good.
The pleasant purgative effect
experienced by all who use Cham
berlaios Stomach and Liver
Tablots, and the healthy condition
of the body and mind which they
create makes one feel joyful.
Price, 25 cents. Samples free at
James Plummer . Salisbury, and
Spencer Pharm acy Spencer, N, C,
- October 1st.
This seems to be the busiest
season of the year, especially with
The good old summer time has
just about passed and the health
ful season is coming on.
J. C. Goodman contemplates
going to Florida, October 5th.
We do not know why but probab
ly to make it his future home.
We willregret to see him leave.
There will be several lectures
at the Jr. O. U. A. M., meeting
next Saturday night. Every
member should be present. Ice
cold lemonade will be served.
M. A. Goodman and family
visited at A. L. Lyerly's last Sun
day v night. Come again, wel
Our farmers are not near
through making their meadow
hay yet. It seems; very late to
make hay in October. So much
rain has done the work for them.
Geo F. Blackwell, M quite
sick. We wish him a speedyv re
covery. Many of; Union's j congregation
attended services at St. Matthew's
Some will laugh'and some will
scorn, some will get married, if
they have a chaLce to run.
We hope to report a wedding
some of these sweet days. We
will be pleased to know who,
when they join hands.
G. L. Lyerly and family visited
S. A. Earnhart's last Sunday
Pleasant Wise, of Chestnut
Hill, visited in the neighborhood
last Sunday. Some good pros
pects. Look cut ladies.
A change in the weather today.
What, the North pole getting
closer? If it continues, we will
need some shoes by next spring.
Lewis D. Earnhart and family,
of Spencer, visited their parents
last Sunday. We all love to get
ut in the county breeze.
There is much cotton to pick
yet. t seems as it tne price
don't encourage the farmers.
By all accounts, the indica
tions for a cold winter are very
It seems as if our mill has run
empty, so the Hustler will crawl
off for this time, but hope to ap
pear again in the near future.
And still it rains.
The health of th community
is some better, but there is still
Mrs. M. A. Cornelison, who has
been sick for quite a while, is yet
in a serious condition.
A little boy of Frank Edwards,
who lives near Spencer, died, and
was buried at Trading Ford ceme
tery last Friday.
Venus, how are weddings com
ing on in your town? It seems
that the young people wedding
struck around here of late. We
expect another one soon. -We
are glad to hear from Stan
ly Boy and to read the news from
Stanly county. That's right bud,
give us the news every week.
Our town is in a hustle now ;
going to pea pickings nearly every
We agree with Venus as to his
birthday presents among the cor
respondents of The Watchman,
j but we do not agree to any one
else joining cur society, Now
su?po8? a hundred or more would
join our order, it would tak all
our time and money sending Dut
presents, therefore we oppose any
outside The Watchman force.
Let us hear from ethers on this
We are glad to see, cool weath
er has come. It seems to be a
great comfort for the Bick. but
we are glad to see all the sick are
We have no fever in this com
munity at present.
P. S. Kluttz has rolled back his
oldiiouse to give place for a new,
two-story house which he will
erect in a few weeks.
Farmers in our community are
preparing to sow oats and wheat.
Cotton picking is in order.
New cotton will be about one
third short in this section.
Our fall communion will be at
Salem on the second Sunday in
October, at 11 o'clock. Prepara
tory services Saturday at 2 o'clock
H. A. Trexler has a peach tree
that bears gourds. The bloom is
a pach bloom but the fruit is
gourds in shape.
The ex-postmaster at Manning
has a fine patch of pumpkins.
Salem church will soon have a
new tower and a bell in it.
The old Burkhead place has
been divided into two shares be
tween Mrs. Meroney, of Davie
county and Mrs. Davidson, of
Well, I guess the county candi
dates will soon be on the stump
looking for a warm place.
P. S. Kluttz sold three bales of
cotton some weeks ago. He has
seven more to pick out.
Rev. J. A. J. Farrington, of
Salisbury, preached a fine sermon
to the members of Stone Lodge,
I. O. O F., No. 273, at the Re-
formed church here Sunday. A
large number of people were pres
ent. About 40 or 50 members
came over from Granite Quarry
and much was done for the good
of the order.
The following young people are
off for Mtr. Pleasant College : Ivey
Hoffner, Myron Fisher, Joseph
Ritchie, Arthur Ritchie, Edgar
and Robert Agner.
Miss Pearl Lingle has returned
home from Salisbury to live with
her parents, and she will, with her
sister, Mies Ida, run a millinery
store. Their dress goods have al
ready arrived. The ladies' hats
are on the way.
is visiting Allie '
Miss Jennie Lewis, of Salisbury,
has come to Faith to make her
home with her sister, Milton
At Mr, and Mrs. Martin Bar-
ger's, a young granite cutter.
At Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Mc-
Comb's, a young house-keeper.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilhelm
were thrown from a wagon of hay.
Mr. Wilhelm broke his arm
and Mrs, Wilhelm's ankle was
broken. The doctor replaced
them and they are getting along
Mrs. Shive is visiting her daugh
ter Mrs. Baxter McCombs.
C, A Peeler, of the Globe store,
has returned from the north with
his new stock of goods.
The pnstoffice address and tl e
date of the birthday of all the
members was mailed last week
to the members of the birthday
association We hope it wiP He a
great success, and that every one
will be pleased with what they
D. A. Hodges little boy (the
youngest child) died Monday
' Devil's Island Torture
is no worse than the terrible easo
of Piles that afflic'ed me 10 years
Then I was advised tQ apply
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, , and le
than a box permanently curM me, j
writes L. S. Napier, of Rugles, :
Ky. Heals all wound?, tfurnB
and Sores like magic. 25c at all
ST. PAUL PICK-UPS. j
G. A. Goodman bought a colt
from Bill Cline the other week,
I heard John Shaping say that
he'was going to out wheat on the
first day of October.
We have had a lot of sickness
in our community and plenty of
The people are getting ready to
sow wheat and gather their corn.
- Allen Heilig wants to get a
renter on his farnT next year.
They are making molasses at
the molasses factory.
People Who Study Music
Are only satisfied with the bfsfc
piano they can afford to buy.
The Weaver Piano is not a low
priced piano but ia cheaper in
the end than others for people
who want a good tone and want
it to last. Send for a catalogue.
WEAVER ORGAN & PIANO CO,,
Manufacturers, York Pa.
made, you would d
sons for the bisr differ
and its imitators.
SCHNAPPS is clean ! The Reynolds factories
are as clean as the cleanest kitchen the tobacco
in manufacture is scarcely touched by human
hands with special machinery to cleanse the leaf
and produce clean chewing tobacco
When such scrupulous care is taken with the choicest
selections of tobacco from America's finest chewing to
bacco districts, can you wonder that SCHNAPPS is so
satisfying, so pure, so
different from chews
Expert tests prove that this superior tobacco requires
and takes a sma.ler amount of sweetening-than any other
kind and has a wholesome, stimulating and satisfying
effect on chewers.
Be sure the letters
direction of the
1875, and who
ness a life -
fe see CHILDEENS Shoes Sold right here in this town,
we would not give house-room They LOOK all right,
but that's all. Ours at a very little more price will
OUTWEAR 3 pairs of them. Have you ever tried them?
"THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES" "fot Salisbury and
surroundings is AT " .
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hes stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales
Domes, uoes tnis record 01 mem appeal to you c
; Enclosed .with every bottle is a Tea Cent package of Grove's
Be sure to be properly equippedobtain the STEV
ENS and you CANNOT GO wrong. We make
RIFLES . ". . from $2.25 to $150.00
PISTOLS ... from 2.50 to 50.00
SHOTGUNS . . from 7.50 to 35.00
Ask your dealer and insist
on our popular make. I f
you cannot obtain, weship
direct, carriage charges
prepaid, .upon receipt of
Send for- 140-page Illus
trated catalog. If inter
ested in Shooting, vou
oug-httohave It. Mailed
for four cents in stamps to
Our attractive three-color Aluminum Hanger will be
Sent anywhere for 10 cents in stamps.
J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO.,
P. O. Box 4096
Chicopee Falls, Mass., U. S. A.
Cures Colds; Prevents Pneumonia
If vou could see how
SCHNAPPS is made
and sniff the delightfully
appetizing aroma of
cured, well ma
which it is
cover the rea-
appetizing and wholesome so
that pretend to be as good?
on the tag and under the
The Reynolds Company is
same men who have managed it since
have made the chewing tobacco busi
plenty of plugs that look like Schnapps,
same satisfying chewing qualities.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO 'COMPANY
Winston-Salem, N. C.
Shoo Store Manar-
s Tflsteless Chill Tome
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. .
Jo" all Jo Whom these Presents may
.corner-Greeting: . '
Whereas, it appears to my satisfac
tion, by duly authenticated record iof
the proceedings for the voluntary dis
solution thereof by the unanimous con
sent of all the stockholders, deposited
in my office, that the McNairy-Farmer
Company a corporation of this State, '
whose 1 rincipal office is situated in the
town of Faith, county of Rowan. State
of $orth Carolina H. C. FarmerTeing
the agent therein and in-eharggsiere-r
f, upon whom process may be served),
has complied with the tequirements of
chapter 21, revisal of 1905, entitled
'"Corporations," preliminary to the is
suing of this certificate of dissolution :
"! Now. Therefore, I, J Bryan Grimes,
Secretary of State' of the State of North
Carolina, do hereby certify that the
said corporation did, on the 8th' day of
August, 1906, file in my office a duly
executed and attested consent in writ
ing to the dissolution of said corpora
tion, executed by all the stockholders
thereof, which said consent and the
record of the proceedings aforesaid are
now oh file in my said office as provided
In Testimony whereof, I have here
to set my hand and affixed my official
seal, at Raleieh. this 8th dav of Au-
gust, A D., 1906.
I J.BRYAN QRIMES,
9-5 4t pd. Secretary of State.
E. W. BURT,
over One and a Half Million
no vure, no ray w.
Black Root liver Pills.