I SOUTH ROWAN,
We all went to preaching last
Sunday at Rock's Grove church.
There was one of the largest gath
erings there that has been at
preaching for some time. Every
seat in the church was full and
quite a number outside. There
will be preaching again on the
third Sunday in .May at 8 p. m.
The pastor announced that there
would be a revival meeting in
August, ' Rev. Aycock is well lik
ed by all who. have heard him
preach in this community.
Mrs. Mary Miller is visiting her
Frank Parks and Burl Castor
have completed their job of put
ting up barbed - wire fencing for
Miss Fannie Shuping.
Miss Betsey Curf is visiting her
Shuping Bros, have erected
near their planing'machine,a rip
saw with which they will rip lum
ber. This is a handy trick.
Mrs. Adeline Yost is visiting
her daughter, near Shuping Bros,
Please write on only one side
of the paper. Ed.
LIBERTY X ROADS.
Wheat is looking some better
now. The lice have about stop
ped their work.
Miss Ida Bamhardt, of Ores
cent, visited at F. M. Tyack's re
We think Mr. Burrage will ride
in the'new buggy after the con
test is over.
Zebulon Trexler, of Crescent,
visited home folks recently,
Rev James Wilson preached a
good sermon at Liberty last Sm
Joe Parker is contemplating go
ing to Cooleemee for work soon.
Hope he will succeed in getting &
A. crowd visited at Jos. 'Bradys,
last Sundrfy. Gump was present.
Misses Ida and Annie Eagle
visited at Mose Goodman's lately.
Some people love to see their
names in the paper and then nev
er do anything worth printing.
B. F. Goodman and wife visit
ed at Mose Goodman's Sunday.
Some people say a photograph
is a good thing to keep dogs out
of the kitchen. Guess they have
1 . 1 -r
iravis uoisnouser, who went
tojlllinois-some time ago, is back
and he thinks there is no place
If J m
Host oi tne tarmers have got
their cotton 'ground ready and are
expecting to plant when spring
Well, it looks like spring at last.
With good rains things will grow.
Fruit is about all gone.
John Harkey lost a $40 cow.
Beef will be killed next week
for synod and chickens are
M. J. Bost is painting his house.
Aunt Jane Menius is not able
to walk yet.'
People are busy fixing to plant
corn and cotton seed.
Rev. H. A, Trexler took a trip
below town last week to visit his
brother, Boydm Trexler.
Last Monday was a busy day at
old Salem Church. About fifty
of thejmembers gathered there to
put up their bell. The-bell was
. successfully raised and placed in
the tower. The ladies cleaned up
the church and put down the new
carpet. Synod will open May 1st
at 11 o'clock. All members of
the synod who come by rail will
be in Salisbury early Wednesday
morning. Conveyances will be
there to carry all members to the
place of meeting. After early in
the morning, there will be no con
veyances to carry any one.
O Cauble is still confined to his
Corn. that was planted before
the cold spell has rotted in the
ground and will not come up.
Wheat and oats are looking sorry.
April 22d. :
Corn planting is at' a standstil1
at present. Much ot the crop if
being planted over, ...
Charlie Dry seems to be th
early Mrd, as he has phrnted cot
ton seed already. How. doelTthat
strike you, Bro. Bart? J :
Whon we visit we see so manv
visiting that we don't try to give
particulars.. Curious .things will
happen, especially when the cooks
go to the dining room and find
that they have had visit o r s
Look out boys, you better opeu
your eyes next time.
Mrs. N; D. Bodie is improving.
We wish her a sppedy recovery.
Mrs. Catherine Wise is sick, but
C, M. Lyerly is doing the fin
lehing work on his.; new dwelling
The miller at the Kesler mill
had'the pleasure ofgofug'to Sal
isbury last Saturday. . Guess he
didn't see the town for the houses.
W. F. Rafty and family visited
at A. LLverlv's SnnHav loot.
Charlie Rimer was a visitor at
M. J, Poole's last Sunday. Of
course that's nothing new.
Don't, forget, services at the
Kern-Trexler school house, the
fourth Sunday in April, by D. R,
We will say luck to all till yen
hear again from
w J. C. Morgan, ofiGold Hill, ha
rented the store of L. J. Kluttz
and'will be leady for business by
ur. j, t. reeler is putting
nic lence around his residence,
with garnite posts.
unarlie - Lyerly and Charlie
Hipp wbnt to Whitney April 12th.
They must be awful heavv as it
tc ok two engines to bring them
- Miss Mary Lyerly, of Crescent,
visited Mrs. Tobias Lyerly on
Uncle Charles Lyerly has been
on the sick list the past few days.
We hope he will soon recover.
Miss Marv Cress, of Cabarrus
county, has been visiting friends
and relatives herer for the past
Mrs. Walter Rector and chil
dren visited her father, Cicero
Ludwick, near Gold Hill-, Sundav
Sister Patsey, you have been
telling us all about the visitors
in your place, but you never say
anything about the young mer
chant from this place, who visits
there so often on Sunday and
John Lyerly has a large sale in
the fertilizer line.- He has al
ready sold several car loads and
has several more coming.
The insurance company is hav
ing W. S. Earnhardt repair the
house of Mrs. Susan Wiley that
was struck by lightning some
We are very glad to say-that
Bro, Bartlette, who has been work
ing in our town for several weeke,
gives us a lot of good items from
his section occasionally.
Charlie Liugle, of Crescent,
visits Miss Mamie Frick very of
ten Sunday nights.
A Woman tells how tj Relieve Rheumatic
I have been a very great suffer
er from the dreadful disease, rheu
matisra, for" a number of years.
I have tried many medicines but
never got much relief from any
of them until two years ago, when
I bought a bottle of Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. I found relief
before I had used all of. one bot
tle, but kept on applying it and
soon felt like a different woman.
Through my advice many of my
friends have tried it and can teH
you how wonderfully it has worked.-
Mrs, Sarah A. Cole, 140 S.
New St., Dover, ' Del. Chamber
lain's Pain Balm is a liniment.
The relief from pain which it af
fords is alon wort many times its
cost. It makes rest and sleep
possible. For sale by Jas. JPlum
mer, Salisbury, and Spencer Phar
macy, Spencer, N. C. v
Lafayette, Josey departed -2 this
life April 17, 1907. He,was born
August 2nd, 1886". He leaves- a
widow, four children, . 13 grand,.
children, one brotherand one sis
tor. A large concourse of rela4-
tives and friends accompanied
the remains to Organ churJ)
where the funeral was pleached
by Rev. C. A. Brown. The pall
bearers were his old comrades ot
the civil war, as follows : " -Active
Crawf ord Peeler, Alex
ander Lyerly, John Deal, Solomon
Yost, John Yates, Rufus Fisher.
Honorary Wm. McCombs Am
bros Casper, J Shinn, J. A, Shive,
Green Eller, A. Wiley Kluttz,
Obediah Eller, Mose Frick.
Mrs.. Alfred Miller is visiting
her daughter Mrs. H. C. Farmer.
Chas. A. Peeler left Tuesday
morning for Burlington where he
.will be for a few days renreeent-
iug Granite Council, No. 24, D.
of L., in the State meeting which
conveued there on the 22nd. He
has the best wishes of his counoil
for nice time while away.
A primary election was held
here last Saturday and the follow
ing town officers nominated : For
mayor, P. "A. Peeler. For alder
men, J. Peeler, G. A. Brown, M.
A. Stirewalt, R. B. McCombs.
Miss Leslie Lefler, of Misen
heimer Springs, is visiting at Mrs.
D. H. Fraley's.
mr.jiuQ Mrs. Jacob anive are
visiting his son here.
Mr. and Mrs. Nimrod Barger
are visiting their son, P. L. Bar
Mrs. J. Yates is visiting her
sister, Mrs. H. A. Beaver.
Mrs. Paul Barger is visiting
her father, Jacob Castor. .
MiBS Mattie Foster, of Fork
Church, and Miss Lillie Foster,
of Mocksville, 'are vistiug their
cousin, Mrs. D. C. Hinceman,
Mrs. Bingham Fink is very
low, she to jk very sick in the last
day or two,
1 April 20th,
My items have been absent from
the Watchman for several weeks,
1 will now scribble a few lines
from Misenheimer and my sur
The most important subjects
with the farmers of this section is
T1 anting corn, cotton, etc., and
the cold snaps that have kept a
good many of them from plant
ing earlier, and frozen the fruit:
Geo. W. Culp and W. A. Wag
jner, both carpenters, have gone
to Pa'mersville. to help work on
a dwelling house. .
There are a good many persons
on the sick list at this writing.
Wrs. David Fraley and her molk-
er Eller Long, Samuel SJI and
Mrs. W. E. Culp, Mrs. Istokea
Earnhardt, of Mlseu heimer, in
a very teebie condition with a
Miss Verer Moss, who has been
going to school at Athens, Tenu.,
arrived home today.
Lina Shadd, one of those .good
old time darkies, died recently.
Her death resulted from dropsy.
She "was highly' thought of by a
good many white people of this
Carpenter Burrage, who has
been clerking at Spencer, has
come home to take a vacation for
the betterment of hs health.
A big boy at Henry Blackwel
The meaeels are getting near
Misenheimer. They are at Rich
field It is a busy time now for
farmers to get the measles, but
they can't hlp it if they happen
to get a dose.
" Stanly Boy.
May be Held up,
The matter of voting on the
question of 'establishing a record
er's court in this city, may inoJi
come up to be voted upon at th
municipal - election iu May. It
has been claimed that, the act
authorizing the election provides
that thirty days notice sliall1 be
given of it in a newspaper.- and
this requirement has notBeen
complied with. The matter will
be investigated and then we : will
be able to decide just wreiir
are at." Since writing the above
it is learned ' that the recorder
question will not be voted 5nfor
the present. . . '.Jr-' " "Z.
- " BOSTIAN'S X ROADS ,-V:
1 ' 'v V'r" April 22nd'
We hada fif e ran. for the much-
frozen wheat, wh cb is looking a
littleetter now. The peach cTop
....... , .. . - f -
is about all killed; S rawberries
and cherries will be very scarce. ,
J. A. Eddieman pn rchased a
fine animal from Sam" Eddieman,
of uoncora, recently, ior
wbih heis going to use on his
Rev. Paul A. Barrit.ger, of Mt.
Pleasant, preacned two very in
teresting SHrmon to a large au
dience, after which Rev. W. B.
Duttera, of Salisbury, delivered
" - . i
the installation service by wnicn
Rev J. M. L. Lyeriywas install
ed pastor of of Mt Hope and
Mrs: Sarah CreBs is visiting her
sister, Mm. Roseman, for a few
A. Cress, of China Grove, hai
been confined to his room for sev
eral days with a very bad cold, is
able to be out again, we are glad
Messrs S. and L,, we have one
scholar, judging from a small
item i- a recent issue of a news
paper, who cannot write his name.
We hope he may be able to vote
(by the help pf the grandfather
clause) for a big-stick boss and a
four-term candidate, at the next
election, who may be able to se
cure enough tax money to get him
in a writing school so that he will
not forget how to vote and write
The Sunday school at Mt. Hope
that was organized a few weekB
ago, with Geo. Shuping as super
intendent, Martin Weaver as sec
retary and Miss Lillie Stirewalt
as organist, is having a very good
What a Woman can do.
Former representative Walter
Mabrey, of Wellsville, was hold
ing a baby with one hand the
other day a ad reached with the
other hand to pick up some ob
ject from the floor. The move
ment strained him so that he
broke his wishbone. It is evident
Walter doesn't know much about
babies. A woman can grab a ba
by with one hand, button her hus
band's collar, make the bed, dust
1 1 the furniture, take up the ashes,
put a stick of wood in the stove,
wind the clock, pick a pn off the
floor, swat a fly on the back of her
nack, shoo the chickens out of the
fllower yardj aTid: knock the cat
but of the milkpan with the other
hand and never strain a muscle.
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