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! . January 26th,
- We have received so tn very
- v nice post casds of late, for which
j we are very grateful. Soine are
X good representatives of, the send
and can be recognized ith?
C out their signatures. c
W havW learned: Hhat Brother
' Bartlette lias moved f rem South
, Olay street to East Inniss street,
(below DuphV Mountain ) Af
ker getting80 close to home
would be very JglacL tn hear from
, rou pmetimei ... Jr
' Sidney A. Trexler, - our con-
tractor.- is ' building a house iuJ
. - Salisbury. '-'X.
A. H. 0. Holshouser is build
tug a nice residence near his fa
Juo. S. M, Miller is clearing a
lace hear his home for a site for
kn electric plant; to furnich pow-
t for his machinery. If his plan
proves successful it will add much
; o his farm and be a treat to the
John L. Waller, who lost his
lam and stock from firer: at
Dhriatmas, has purchased a team
f goodmules. Mr. Waller will
aofc build another barn, bnt will,
move Ilis house near his mother's
jarn for convenience.
Arthur C. Lyerly, who is clerk-
iug for Brittain & Campbell, in
Salifbury, and who has been at"
lome sick for a . few days, has re
turned to wcrki
iohu H. A.' Barger had a very
nick horse last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A-Goodman
risited Mrs, Goodman's father,
ast Saturday night.
Col. A. E. Meads, of.Chicogo,
ias written N. C. Park asking
iim for a price on the mineral
interest on his laud. It seems
hrt MG. K." is soon to boom
Mr. and Mrs! G W. Park visit
id their daughrer, Mrs. A. L.
. Cluttz, last Saturday night. '
Harvev Brown had a barn rais
ing today. t '
On -last Thursday morning at
kbout 10 o'oloot, the school housje
it this place caught fire, and when
;he teacher, Miss Lucy Barrier,
diioovired the fir it bad gained
considerable headway. The chil
ren made a dash for their bopkr.
Some beiran to tear otft r their
desks while others fougkt the fire.
As quick as a flash Miss Lucy sent
ior spray pumps which were close
.t hand. But for the pumps and
the heroic efforts of the children
ihekbuilding would havei burned
o f tho grouud The child ren
proved -themselves heroes intry-
ing to save their school building
by; emptying their dinner put 61
their buckerand. carrying watf-r
i o fight the fire: The schoolwas
blosed tor this 'w:eekr- The
irons of the district Tcamem Fri-
day morning and made repairs,
suchj as covering and placing in
The building was in-
Shsftp tad Others. ; ;
The ass has hair and long ears,
How hard Is my fate - - '
,f What sorrows await '- ;
Said the ass to the sheep
. - My wretched "estate.
Cold, naked! ill fedi
-I ileep' in a shed, ' X
Where the snow wind and" rain x
Do come in on my' head. v ,:,
JUfthii day did I pass " :
In a. yard without grassv ; ?r
ISurhow tad wai the fortune ;
Tint xnadft the Dmcra$ic ar
'X ty aulifs, J;- rX -r
; K Ueoortbte Oaj, ; -
One of the days wk. remember
with pleasure as, well as with prof -it
to, our health , .jis v the bnel on
which we. became acquainted with
, Dr, King's New IiifePilllthfe
painless purifiers that cure head
no h a n n A hi 14 nnanfiss . ? an A
the bowel rightj 25c
. 1 t.
- Quite a nice snow, guess , eveiyr
oody enjovea tneitsieign; rides. S
There'ls a movement on foot "to
establish a school at Tnionjchurph
schopl house wh icb wili run simi
lar to ,the ;schoo t v Crescent.
Stock is being , snbaprrbed fojr by
different parties, the shares being
$lbr Eafch share entitles the
holder to one vote. The Rowan
Council Jr. OU. A. M., No. 196,
has voted ten shares, i This is a
good showing for this lodge, as it
has only about fifty 'members en
rolled, butcf course weare grow
ing. - V ; , - "Xk: r
Some of vi the boys at No. 196
had. a lively time atlthe Junior
meeting, the night of the 19th
inst. Six brothers probed into
the mysteries of the A. D. K.
That's right brothers, live and
learn. After you have learned,
then pass it along, thereby keep
ing the good .work going on. -
On the 24th iust.5 Charles A.
Frick and and Miss Essie Sink,
both f of this community, were
un ited in marriage by Rev. N. D.
Bodie,' at the parsonage of Hhe
Union E. L. church; Mr. Prick
a model young man and an ar
dent Junior, Miss Sink being a
very estimable young ladyr We
extend to the happy couple pur
congratulations andjtbest wishes
for.,their future welfare.
Chas. A. Trexler, of Gold Knob,
visited Mrs. M. J. Cauble Sunday
Messrs Herbert Kluttz.! and
Murray Trexler, of near Gold
Knob, were callers at Mrs. M. J.
CaubleV Well, what of it?
D. M. Kesler is praparing to
erect- a dwelling house for him
self and has a good portion of his
building material on the ground
There is some talk of Cauble,
Agner & Company erecting a mo
Ias8es2mill next summer. This
it not'definitei -however will ad
vise you later. I
Our, merchant,; H. A. Earn-1
hardt has purchased a mule. He
must intend to farm on a large
scale this year. - "
The school house at this place
is nearly completed. Scarcity of
material has caused unavoidable
delays in this work. The con
tractor, W. S; Earnhardt, has
done some splendid work onthis
buildiDg, as an inspectioq of the
same wiHhow.'; -
Mrs. M.. J. Cauble is somewhat
indisposed at this writing. We
hope; not h i ng' serious will result
from her p.esent attack.
Well, as we are ba6k in our ac
customed place," w& hope to be
wi th you of t en Let's revive the
correspondents column one and
all. . ' '
' . : Baetlettb.
" X Cflj Jostpfii P. UlBiirer Oiatf.f
" Wash i ngton , Jan. 25 -Col Jo
seph P. Minetree, general pur
chasing agent, of thej; Southern
y and widely known among
railroad officials a u d co n tractors,
died at his residence in this city
today a f ter a weeks! illness re
sulting from bfo'vd poispniug
He wa sat h is i CBce about a week
ago when be Keca me suddenly in
disp :8ed and took to. his M ed im
niediately upon his Lrrival hojine
Si ice then his ;jcondition;l3ad-7be;
come gradual ly drsai ; A ! 1 ofchis
ph ild ren were at his bedsidewheh
he died, except, two soi, who
were on the way here. CoL
Minetree had a 'conspicuous ' war
record , He j ined the 4 1st Virr
gi:iia; "Regihent of Confederate
troops ter ved u nd er' General - Rob
ert E ; Ie air I Stouewal I Jacfe-
son,- became a 1 ieutenan t-coloh "el
shprtlyyafter jth bpenihg ot the
wa r and wasxco mmernded f or gal-
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U; f A;, reeler,' manaeerrnt u
Globe Department Store and his
brother,iJ. Lv Pteler, hav ponght
the bpiler, engine ;and outfit f
he cat ljet: shop - here, from D.
set Mr. and Mrs; Will Bame's.
r -TP ii-l t. K rTl w n Wirl )i T K n ri it ms'A
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Caleh Hess lives in Faith. He
save heohe was a boy he ' help?
eA made the brick to r build the !
college building at Mount (Pleas-
ant. vile wpuld; like tc know;ho
aDyIper8ons are now living who
Biped make those lrick. He is
an oldConfederate soldier and
would like to hear . through this
paper.. 5 -
If , the large granite quarry in
cur town,that belongs to tho A.
S Heilig estate, was running, it
would? be bringingthousands of
dollars for them. There are acres
of solid, , beautif ulf'granito wait
ing to be opened up, insideof the
Faith will have a srood road to
Salisbury. thii year.
Ira Trexler had a corn- shuck
ing Tuesday night, January 22nd.
A young lady at Mr. and Mrs
Boyden Letter's, January 28rd.
Baxter Raney is taking a bnsi
ness course at Orescent Academy.
Craig Stirewalt is going to
school at Crescent. -
Miss Lucy Goodman is visiting
at Mrs. Milas Stirewalt s.
We had a snow Sunday even
ing and this morning, (Monday,)
the ground is covered with snow,
and the sun is shining beautiful
and bright. It is very cold and
some of my neighbors are killing
hogs v - -: :
The public school here is in
better condition than ever before.
The teachers have praise 'from all
patrons for their good school.
Lawson Ludwick killed a hog
Monday that weighed 480 pounds.
Possesses wonderful medicinal
power over the human body, re
moving all disorders from your
system ;is whht Hollister's Rocky
Mountain' Tea will do.'' Makes
yen wen, Jceeps you .well, so
cents, Tea or Tablets h- T. W.
Grime Drug Co. :
We must close out BOfrie lines of Staple SHOES at
much lees than they are worth to make room for our
recent purchases. - . "
If you don't need Shoes now it will pay you to take '
Advantage of these prices and lay them away till you"
do need. them. - Special Prices on Big LotB to mer
ts. " . : - -, ...
iPDPUUR PRICE FOOt WEAtfJ
V ium$ sntfCTor mm gfi
C M. GMcCUR DY, Manager,
North; Main street. Salisbury, N. C.
We are negotiating with a firm for the purchase of
a wonderful clock that -wi 11 yank-a man out of .bed in
th6 morning at the riffhf minute. dress him; pull on
( y Ihis Ihoes and lace them: up
ttiicuuB w jiuuu lye u.
Mean wbile the?best iwe
'Which breaks i n on' y ouf
lintil Vdif irttt tin arid 'Rtriri
U) They cost Sl75. and arew u - :-::X
,-;N;-" ' -is. ,2XiXX' ' r:'X'X & ' - - ''':
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It seems as ii the;,farmfrs-haye
pretty; : weatner to prepare
grpumi f6r.8Tnoth.er crop.
Crescebt, visited at OX FricVa
Saturday ahcT Su iM&jiXX0- ii
tt 8&IIeJhej ittl ei d ifightej
of Mr and'Mrs, :L. A.' Peeler, is
verysick; -We wishTier a speedy"
recovery. ; -;,r X i : -:v-5-
MissJPar Johhsoa visited hef
sister, Mrs. Lwis KI uttzj of
Granite Quarry, recently. .
Reyi-Murphy of Hieko ry,
preached ; ar tery good sermon at
St c LukVs Sunday evening.
Lee Elier, an4 Httle sister, Car
rie, of-near Craven, visited their
uncie, C. L. Frick, Saturday and
Suoday, ' ' ' ; .;. . X Ar . 'X'rX
"Albert Thomas is having his
residence painted. Mr. Thomas
ha's a nice residence.
Messrs. t George Lyerly and
Murray Trexler, X of mear Gold;
Kuob, passed through our neigh
borhood Sunday evening. Guess
they were going over about the
Misses Lucy Barrier and Clara
Proctor visited Miss Vida Trexler
last Tuesday night.
; A- large crowd attended the
spelling at the academy, last Tues
day night. It was quite a success.
Willis Kluttz and family, of
Salisbury ,-visited at C. A. John
son's recently. -
Chaafierlalu's Cesgh Reoed? a Safe Uedl
clae for Glililreo.
In buying a oough medioine for
children, never be afraid to buy
Chainberlaiit's Cough Remedy.
There is no danger from it, and
relief is always sure to follow
It , is intended especiall y for
coughs, colds, croup and whopp
ing cough, and there is no better
medicine in the world for these
diseases. It is not only a certain
cure for croup, but, when given
as "soon as1 the croupy cough ap
pears, will prevent the . attack.
Whooping cough is not danger
ous when this remedy is given as
dircted. It contains no opium or
Other harmful'drugsud may be
given as confidently to a babylas
to an adult. - JTor sale by James
I Plummer. Salisbury, and Spencer
Pharmacy, Spencer N. 0.
tliaii Maixrif ac-
an d save S5cts to
Sl.OO on the OPair.
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while a specialLttachnient
auu getuu. oreaiuaet. .
cau give is a "X t,:' '
d rearoBevery twajminutes
it - Then the iok iannnn- .
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The time has
gin to make room; for ot'.r large
" spring line, which will bo coming
V in in a few weeks, atidy to red uce
the stock withbut unnecessary de
lay we; will give prices sufficient to
interest every who will, visit our -I
pjaoe, ,. - .'- - r :, J-
2000 yards 6c giughams per.yd 5c
Good quality, heavy outing, yd 5o
Yd-wide unbl'dhed sheeting yd 5c
Ladies' vest heavy quality 15o
$2.00 com 'orts at : , . . J. SI 50
Blankets, pr pair, . . 50o to $6
Rem nants in 5 pound- bundles,
per bundle, . . . . . . .. : . . . $.100
Big discount on all
Come to see us
tend to buy or
SalisliiiiT Dry hooils Co.,
T. n. Kesler, Manager,
Opposite Court House. Salisbury, N. C.
Probably a Gift pt this Kind would
be more Appreciated. - At auy late
be sure,tb come in and look Over-the
9 Mammoth Stock
pets, Rugsf Household and Office
Eurnishihgs 0 Ghinaware,
etc., carried by me.
X We have a large and varied Assortment in Qoali-
ties and Prices. You
to give me a call
One, of the Best General LiheVof Furniture
in the -State Van ;be foqnd at - -
X'-: 1 08 We?t In nisswhereyore;
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come - for us to be
whether you jo-
that may of
of Furniture, Gar-
are coidiallvL invited
Very respectfully, '
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