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A Home Newspaper Published in
e Interest of the People and for Honesty in Governmental Affairs.
VOL. III. NO. 25.
Salisbury, N. C", Wednesday, June 5th, 1907.
Wm, H . Stewart, Editor.
take advantage of
ALBEMARLE AllV STANLY COUNTY.
Cold May a Good Thing for Farmers. Con
tractor Will Bunld 100 Houses. '
Stanly Enterprise. May 80th."
Ed. C. Kirk has been very sick
foTSeveral days and is yet con
fined to his bed. It will be remem
bered that Mr. Kirk suffered a
Bevwe sun stroke last summer,
Patt. B. Coggins, one of our
Stanly boys at Wake Forest Col
lege, won the orator's medal for
the sophomore class. Mr. Cog
gins has received .man congratu
lations from friends at home who
rejoice over this evidence of his
If you want to ruin your boy
just take his side on every ques
tion and dispute he has with his
teacher or your neighbor's chil
dren. Just let him know vou are
HVi him. riffht or wronz, in all
his disputes. This will give
a good start
SI ATESVILLE ftND IREDELL COUNTY.
R. H. Gray Meets With Strange Accident.
Postoffice Clerk Loses an Eye.
8tteaTlle Landmark, May 28th.
Henry Smith and Miss Isabella
Crews, of the Bloomfield section,
were married Sunday night at 9
o'clock at the Associate Reformed
Presbyterian church parsonage,
Rev. J. H, Pressly officiating.
" M, K. Steele and sons, of Tur
nersburg, who have been looking
about for a site on which to build
a cotton mill, have about decided,
it is understood, to locate their
mill at or near Stony Point.
THE BLAIR CASE.
Woman who Killed her Husband to be
Tried This Week.
; The trial of Mrs. Ethel. Blair
has been booked for trial at the
coming teriri of the Richland
criminal courfc, which' convenes
next Monday. Mrs. Blair 4$ the
handsome young Greensboro wo
man who killed her husband,
Conductor Blair, of the C, N. &
L. road at their home here.
Mrs. Blair is out on bail, which
she secured after a few days in
jail. It, will be remembered that
the husband in his dying decla
A number of the churches in
town suspended services founday ration said that his wife Bhot him
evening and attended a union ju a quarrel oyer her relations
meeting at the First Methodist wjtn Conductor Arms, "of the
church, to hear an address by southern . She, however, denied
Rev, J. A. Snell, a, representative tni8j asserting that the shooting
of the Young People's Missionary was acCidental. She admit ted
Movement. - Uh or a. had boon a nnarrel. bnt de-
Mrs. Elizabeth Eller, wife of nied that Arms' name was even
Davidson Eller, died Sunday af- mentioned, and said the trouble
ternoon at 5 o'clock at her home which occurred was the outcome
in snuon townsnip, near jsraa- ui ur pruieatH agaiueu u wiug
lord's. Funeral services were ing whiskey home. According to
J. R. Godfrey has closed a con- J conducted at St. Martin's "cEurch her story when she got hold of
tract with President J. W. Can
non to erect 100 houses for the
latter at Kannapolis, where two
large new cotton mills are being
erected. Mr. Godfrey handles
his work with great dispatch, and
Mr. Cannon has made no mistake
in securing him.
The board of town commission
ers on Monday night elected H.
B. Howie town policeman and
tax collector, Mr. Forrest declin
ing to accept the position. The
office carries with it a salary of
SS a month, with fees to be
added. Bond required" is $10,000.
Mr Howie recentlv moved here
from Whitnev. and is from Union
county. He has had consider
able experience in this line, and
those who know him predict that
he will make a good officer. The
office is one that calls for much
ftotivitv and bold dealing. While
practically a stranger in
midst, it is to be hoped that
Howie will prove himself to be a
A cold May has proved a bless
ing to farmers as regards wheat
and oats. A month ago, it looked
yesterday afternoon and the re- the pistol he was advancing upon
mains were interred in the grave
W; R. Holland, general deliv-
ery cJerx at tne postomce, wno
was struck in. the left eye by a
flying chip while cutting wood
about two months ago. has lost
tht Bight of the eye. It was at
firnfc t.Vinnaht. fTmt. thft pv n.nld
, , r . e a 4.u pondance Charlotte Observer,
be saved but it is now feared that r
the loss of sight is permanent.
Fridav night fire broke out in
.i. i a t k At I A local newspaper artist got a
Hrpprfmo. npar T.nndv's bridge, letter one day from a man over in
u, v, or, Kr.i.r, Indiana who said he
in jkj tuauj nuouf cuv& a-' v uuu
her and the weapon discharged
with fatal effect when he tried toH
wrench it from her hands. Con
ductor Arms, in an affidavit, gal
lantlydefended Mrs. Blair, de
claring there was not the slight
est truth in any assertion that he
was ever crimially intimate with
her. Columbia, S. C, corres-
Both Were Collectors.
CHARGED WITH MURDER.
Otticers Think a Mistake Has Been Made
and Thit Accuseed is Innocent. -
Just before leaving Mooresville
yesterday morning Deputy Sheriff
JYM. Deaton, who was here at
tending, cbuit, made an arrest that
will surprise the many friends qf
a young cotton mill man of
Mooresville. Late Wednesday
evening Mr. Deaton received a
telegram from Sheriff Thomas
Peden, of Chebter, S. C reading
as follows :
'Xrrest Patterson, cloth in
spector at new mill, alias Up
church. Wanted for murder in
South Carolina." V
Mr. Deaton held the message
until yesterday morning and then
'phoned G. M. Patterson to meet,
him at the depot'. Patterson had
no idea what Deaton wanted, but
was, at the station at the time
named. Deaton placed him un
der arrest and brought him to
Statesville on the morning train,
but on their arrival here" did not
place him in jail but took him to
the hotel. They spent the day
here, returning to Mooresville
last night. Mr. Patterson came
to Mooresville about three years
ago. from Greensboro and has
been with the cotton mill since
his arrivals He has always couh
ducted himself properly and has
won many friends in the mill ajid
the town. He is an orphan, his
parents having died in Rocking
ham when he was quite youiig,
and he was in the Masonic or
phanage at Oxford from 1891 to
1897. He is now 26 years old.
The murder with which Patter-
LOVE'S YOUOG DREAM.
Giddy Young Thing of Seienty Years' Be
comes a Blushing Bride.
One of the most interesting wed
dings that ever occurred in the
county took place Monday night
at Silver Hill. David Pahl, of
Nebraska, was married to Miss
Hannah Pruitt, aged 70. Esq.
Charlie Hedrick officiated ivf the
presence of a large number of in
The wedding was" the result of
advertising. Mr. Pahl made it
known in a paper that he desired
to wed some good lady, as he was
weary of living by his lonesome.
The advertisement came under
the eye of F. Wachter, of Silver
Hill, to whom the wild joys of
living appeal with peculiar force.
Wit and humor exude from his
every pore. So he shows the pa
per to Miss Pruitt, and she desir
ed him to take the matter upeith
Mr. Pahl. So successful were his
negotiations that after only four
letters had passed, Mr. Pahl an
nounced that so far as he was con
cerned. it was Eureka, miss
Pruitt returned a true bill
the deal was closed.
Mr. Pahl arrived Saturday, got
his papers Monday and that night
CONCORD AND CABARRUS XOUNTY
LEXINGTON AND DAVIDSON COUNTY
Young Man Meets With Serious Accident. Yarner Will Not be a Candidal Again for,
Mr. Jones Gets in Trouble. Office of Labor Commisslontr.
Concord Timet. May 81st. Lexington Dispatch, May th.
s Theodore Blackwelder, who was Many homing pigeons are be-
fireman at power house of the iag shipped to parties here now,;
Young-Hartsell mill, was serious- from Baltimore and other north-.
ly hurt last Saturday afternoon lfJSS
u c ,1 i.., n , flight home. Capt. Trice released
about 5 o clock while at his work. a . . fch other fronti, about
?He was shoveling coal under one oaa and reCeived notice that they
end of the railroad trestle over made the trip to Baltimore, 812
which coal is hauled to the power milesj in 6 hours and 80 minutes,
house, when the timbers of the averaging about 50 miles an hour,
trestle gave way and fell on him. Another carnival is due Monday.
His hip was crushed and also one The aldermen agreed- Thursday
foot badly injured. But for the night to let the show come. It
was at first voted down,
aldermen were not paying sstrict
attention and the vote was cast
without their being aware of it.
So after the meeting, five of them
C J. 11 J 1 .1
lauii wiat; a wneeiDarrow was un
der there, which broke the force
of the fall of the timbers, he un
doubtedly would have been killed.
He was taken on the first train
to thevSalisbury hospital, and the agreed to let the show come along,
last report from him was that he It will be for the benefit of the
is getting along better than was firemen.
expected, iiTthe gradual development of
Rev. Byron Clark, of Mt. Wash- the town and the acquisition of
iDgton, Md., who was recently this and that necessity, the peo-
called to the pastorate of the First pie of Lexington ought not to foi-
and J Presby terian church here, will ar- get that one of the greatest needs
rive in ooncord the latter part of of he people is a free librtry,
next week on a short visit. He There should: have been one years
will preach in the Presbyterian ago, because it is a primary need.
ohn it K QlinUn2 i. 1 a in . i' , 1 1 r .1 1 .
the two were made one two souls I , ouu- weneneve mat u noBe who b
aay toiiowing, the 9th of June. I leaders among us would start a
A committfe from the Salisbury I movement, it would not be a great
church went to Mt. Washington while before wa would have at
to hear Mr. Clark preach, just a
week before the committee from
Concord went. They made them
selves known to him and invited
him ;to come there and preach,
which he consented to do at the
with but a single thought, two
hearts that beat as one, Lexing
ton Dispatch. ,
- The Best Side.
Most of us show our best side
to children. We do so because
we know that they do not believe
us to have any other side, and we fir8t opportunity. They haye not
to him, how-
was making son is charged was committed in
a collection of sketches. "I have South Carolina March 28, at
as if the crop would be
the grain is maturing nicely, de- nit;Ch the mule to a tree prepar
spite the discolored straw. It is J at0ry to repairing the shaft, an-
belseved that the yield in this 0ther team frightened the animal
county will be up to the average, . and it jerked Mr Gray down, the
and tar aoove wnat u pronubtuiu fau breaking loose the knee cap
be a month ago. Grass in cotton jeft knee, which had been
and a poor stand of corn are cans- broken several years ago. The
ing our farmers to work hard and injury is very painful but it is
thought that after the operation
shrink from disappointing them
and from losing their good opini
on. A child has not learned to
look for deceit and unkindness or
Theref ore.x grown
paper artists in nearly every ne was in tnis otate. ne Bays ue people whoJihinK at an are more
State in the Union," the Indiana was never in bouth Carolina, ex- careful to be scrupulously truth
man wrote, "but I have none cept to pass through that $tate ful to children, and to keep to
from Ohio. I have seen some of several years ago, while en route the letter their promises to chil
vour work and I think it is good, to and from Alabama. He says dren. than the v are to older ones
If you will send me some little he can prove these facts and Mr. who, as they know, will "make
sketch for my collection I shall Deaton is ot the same opinion. allowances." An unspoiled child
have it framed." While here yesterday Mr. Pat- does not " make allowances" for
The artist noticed from the let- terson and Mr. Deaton explained evil. He knows no standard but
the case to Judge Fred Moore, the best. Occasionally a grown
who is holding Iredell Superior man or woman seems to have re
court, and the judge told Mr. tained that unspoiled confidence
Deaton that he believed ho was in the best side of every one. And
man or woman we will
yet extended a call
least a good foundation for a
library for all the people, -
Following the announcement
of H, B. Varner at- Raleigh last
week that he would not be a" can
didate for the, office of commis
sioner of labor and printing, M .
L. Shipman, who is now assistant
aknnf. 9 OA Am foot nf InmhftT Thfi
nlace had been a saw mill site but drawings' from well known news' which time Mr Patterson claims- double dealing.
the mill had been moved away.
Tha origin of the fire is unknown.
The-ioss is partially if not enifjfe-
ly covered by insurance.
R. H. Gray, of Shiloh town-
onr I ship was brought to the sanato-
fr I num vesterdav aiternoon ior an
operation and treatment. While
returning to his home from New
Stirling church Sunday, the mule
driven by Mr. Gray broke the
shaft of his hack by a sudden
commissioner, announces that he
On last Friday evening H. D. will be in the race for the- office.
Jones, superintendent of the Mr. Shipman has been a-promi-Brown
mill,went to the house of nent figure in politics in the west
a Mrs. Dennis to see why. two ern part of the State for years,
sons ofliers, who had been work- having served as chairman of the
ing in. the mil, had not come to congressional committee in the
10th district for several terms.
terhead that the Indiana man was
connected with a bank in one of
the small towns over in the State
of literature, lhat gave him a
work. One word brought anoth
er, and Mr. Jones grabbed the
younger son, and, it is said, tried
to pull him off the porch. The
older son grabbed a broom and
struck Jones over the head with
the handle. It was reported here
at first that he was badly hurt,
but this proved not to be true.
He is owner of the Hendersonvi e
Hustler, a strong Democratic
paper. - wh-, .-..
t For about two months, now,
the mayor and policemen, haye
had next to nothing to do in the
way of handling law-breakers. It
has been exceedingly quiet, only
We regret that we inadvertent-1 a stray drunk now and then vary-
trv to show our best when we My nrade an error in our last issue ling the sameness of police life.
i nr r : j : l I I . . .
leiK. air, urav nuuiuiwv kuu i . , , , . i .. ri an nn r. nf nnf i.
uivp rioutoi tne nac& aua uuuhuubu i
far below the one-half mark, but the mule. While attempting to . ,. tvt t4- Pofforonn L. Q rt Ko nnr m statine that Prof. Georee was In extftainine it. one citizen says
I M.II1 IMUK 1111 H IMIl It-"i: 1,11)11 Ul I IT l X . oavuu nm aviu uvuuu . a,0 nilU UilOUI TT J VM.J vu " . - I i - . ' .
$10 bills. I haven't secured spec- in custody until further informa- best. Suppose we all lived with an additional member of the fac- that the consumption-of liquor
imens from every State in the tion is received from South Caro- each other as with children 1 ulty of the Collegiate Institute at has fallen off on account of the
Union but I have several tens lina. StateBville Landmark, 21st. Would the world be better or Mt. Pleasant. The faculty has approach of hot weather, and that
and a few twenties, and I am par- r worse for it? The Kingdom of been composed of five members, the morally stunted, having cur-
have a ten hmestDWn Ter-Centennial EXDOSitiOn. Nor- Heaven has been said to be ot orge taes tne piace tauea tueir wuuujr, u-o
of Prof. Sidnev Ludwie. who re-1 commenced to drink beer, it
look blue, but good weather and
a late fall will keep them from
ai vinff nn in desnair As vet, we
D. . 0 A -
fail to note distinct signs of dis
couragement. Oar Stanly farm
ers are in good shape. Employ
ing themselves at home, investing
their time and money carefully,
enjoying good sleep and healthy
efttine are elements that cause
them even to surmount the soil.
the knee will be in much better
shape than before the last accident.
ticuiariy anxious to have a ten Jamestown Ter-Centennial Exposition, Nor
dollar bill from Indiana, 1 no- folk, Ya., AprlL3(flh N0f. 30th, 1907. such. Catawba County News
tice that you are employed in a Southern Railway announces
place where ten " dollar bills are extremely low rates to Norfolk,
kept, aud if you send me one for Va., and return on account of the
i I i mi r.n r
auove occasion. mo luauwiug
my collection I shall be glad to
have it framed. "--Cleveland Plain
He Found a Quiet Location.
A nervous-looking man went
into a store the other day and sat
down for a half hour xjt so, when
a clerk asked him if there was'"
- anything she could do for him.
He said no, he didn't want any
thing. She went away and he sat
an hour longer, when the proprie
tor went to him and asked if he
wanted to be shown anything.;
"No," said the nervouB man, "I
just wanted to sit around. My
physician has recommended
quiet for me ,and says above all
things I should avoid a crowd.
Noticing that you do not adver
tise in the newspaper, thought
that this would be as quiet a place
as I could find ; so juBt dropped
in for few hours of isolation.'
Ex. ' .: .
No Move Against Foreigners.
A proclamation issued by the
Swatvan Revolutionary Society
declares that the uprising is not
directed against foreigners or or
dinary Chinese subjects, but en
tirely against the government,
the intention of the revolution
ists being to attack and burn
Eyes of the Corpse Opened.
On Tuesday t f laet week Mrs, J
L. Rosser, of Cape F -nr township,
was supposed to have died.
day she was carried across Cape
Fear river for burial and before
round trip rates will apply from
Salisbury, N. C. :
Season tickets, $14 50
Sixtv-dav tickets. . 12.10
Fifteen-day tickets. ....... 11.15
Coach excursion tickets, . . . 6.60
Coach Excursion tickets will be
North Carolinian Suicides.
New York, May 29, Registered
as "Albert .Crowell,
N. C.,"a patron
Grand Hotel, was found dead in
his room today, having commit
ted suicide by shooting.
signed. Prof. Roy Webster holds would Beem that it is too hot for
the chair of Latin and Greek. the one too chillyfoy the other..
Rev.. H.N. Watson, the new Kerney Surratt, of the4 DW
pastor of the First Baptist church, patch force, is in New York City,
He bad evidently stood before
sold on Tuesday, with limit seven the mirror and fired a bullet into
Nftxfc day8 f rom date of Bale wl11 be his brain. Employes of the ho-
stampea "jxot gooa in ruiiman
of the New arrved this week with his family, j where he is studying the intrica
trom ueatn springs, s. u., ana
will hold services in the chmrch
next Sunday. Concord people ex;
tend to him a hearty welcome.
will be sold dailyApril 19th to
every yamen and exterminate the . find her ;
omciaiH witu mw uuieut ux uoi-f , , .ua
hrowing the government.
The missions, with the excep
ion of the German mission at
aen Chow, have thus far been
unmolested, but the missionaries
burial the casket was opened for November 80tb, inclusive. ' - until he was tound deaa, Dut
her relatives and friends to take The Southern Railway will af- Captain. McCluskey, of the Ten-
fhor it inr.lc a her. Thev were ford excellent passenger service to derloia station, is of the opinion
A Dangerous. Deadlock
that sometimes terminates fatal
ly, is the stoppage of liver und
bowel functions. To quickly end
this condition without disagreea
ble sensations. Dr. King's New
Life Pills should always be your
remedy. Guaranteed absolutely
satisfactory in every case or mon
ley back, at all dinggists. 20c.
and from Norfolk on account of
Fox further information
Hanged Himself in Car of Train.
While the passengers ot a
crowded smoking car of a Louis
ville and Nashville railroad train
slept early yesterday morning,
John Hippo, believed to be a resi-
aent of Mendocino, Cal., com-
that the name under"which the
inside T?rT fr.rfhor infnrmAfmn nd man registered was assumea,
of the elass on the casket and her Pullman reservation address any the marks on his clothing snowed gelf to the car rack.
KnjtHmn Tir -J T, Shenherd agent Southern Railway or write the nama of a New York tailor. , was found after the train
- r - t- t tt .- mT I . . -.
was at once sent for, but he de- , . Cnariotte N. C.
cided on examination that she w H Tayl0E) G. P. A., '
moo rlonrl nnH fthft Wfld RCCOrdinfflv 11.Rf4 WooViincrt.nn. D. f5.
. iv - , , 1 " CJ - 1 uill vr. ' 1 - - 1
are aoanaonmg tneir mtiuu. buried Chatham Record.
cies of the type-setting machine
at the Mergenthaler Linotype
'Company's plant in Brooklyn.
The Dispatch has purchased a
linotype machine and has selected
Mr. Surratt as the operator'there
of. The machine is being built
and by the time it is ready for us,
Mr. Sursatt will be ready for it,
and both will be at work within a
short time. The Dispatch has
had Mr. Surratt in its employ for
the last five years, and his close.
LU1UICU S3 Ulv IUV Kf J UMUg&ug I . , - i " - J
The body I wux, o
seeking refuge at Swatow.
The local officials take a seri
ous view of the situation and are
ursine the authorities at Canton
to dispatch gun boats here.
Incoming and outgoing Chi
nese passengers on the Chao Chou
iu Railroad are searched. Swa
tow, China, dispatch. : x
x A Real Wonderland.
South Dakota, with its silver
mines, bonanza farms, wide ran
ees and stranse natural forma-
tions, is a veritable wonderland.
At Mound City, in the home of
Mrs. E. D. Clapp, a wonderful
case of hearing has lately occur-
t "rr a J l"U
I'll stcn vour Dain free. To reu-
show vou first before -you spend I with lung and throat trouble.
a penny what my rihfc rain 1 an- "Exhausting coughing speiis oc
lets can do, I will mail you free, curred every five minutes," writes
a xnai racKage 01 wem-ir. MjB CapPf .phenyl began giv
Shoop's Headache Tablets. Neu- . , AT n
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A Question That is Not Considered.
In his pockets was found ten a small town 70 miles above Mo-
. . . .
cents and a package 01 cigarettes, bile. In Hippo's pocket was a
Many halt smoked cigarettes were ticket from New York to San
scattered about the room. The Francisco. The sight almost
dead man was about 45 years old, caused a stampede among pas
five feet seven and one-halt inches Bengers, who were suddenly awak
When Governor Glenn told the in height, smooth shaven and eued by the person finding the
negroes of Salisbury that slavery with mixed gray hair. Special body. Mobile, Ala., Dispatch.
had been a blessing to them he to Charlotte Observer.
told them a great truth, but the ; r There is no case of indigestion,
average negro does not stop to uaoij MUBU up. no matter how irritable or how
ask himself where he would be if Abraham Brown, of Winterton, obstinate that will not be speedi
it had not been for slavery, ft. Y., had a veryj remarkable ex- h relieved by the use of Kodol.
and cha r a c t e t
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very important position . He will
make good in his new woTk, diffi
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welcome him home a full fledged
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Thi Articles Adopted,
The General . Assembly of the
Southern Presbyterian church, in
session at Birmingham, adopted
yesterday, by a vote of 96 to 94,
what are known as the "Uharlott
articles of agreement," calling
for closer relations of all churches
usiag the Presbyterian system.
The articles were agreed von at a
meeting in Charlotte some years
ago of representatives of the
churches intereited.- -Statesville
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