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for a nego named JEd. Williams.
Tbe latter has beeu employed by
R.J, Holmes as a Bervant, at. his
bachelor quarters, and is charged
with stealing $18 from his em
Mrs, - M. Shimpock and A.
MV, Freeze, of - Enochyille, were
married lat Thursday by Rey. J.
L. Morgan. 2: .
Miss Ada Brandon of Blacks
burg, S. C.t and Benj. Cauley,
who is a Southern --Express ujes
senger, running on the Western
road, wlre7 married last"eveiing
at the parsonage of the sFirst
Methodist church, Rev. E. J. Mc
Larty 'officiating. The cou p l e
left "for a visit to Norfolk and
Richmond. " 5
Rev. T. F. Cslloway assistant
pastor of the First Baptist chnrch,
will leave shortly for Orlando,
Fla. He will serve a church there
as pastor for three months. .
rne lniano bou qt-air. u ao.
A. " Li Abell died5 last Tuesday
night. The remains were taken
to Decatur, Ala., for interment. ...
Rev. R. E. Neighbor has goDe
o unanoiie were ne win coiiuuui
a fant moatino fnr BAvnrn.1 waaVb.
Archibald Hedrick, of New
York, has qualified as adminis
trat6r tipon the estate of his fath
eri'ihe iate John A. Hedrick. The
Board of Aldermen Elect Officers anil tbe torn latereisfing flIfiipJrMYUije i!orgia3wasnlp Uondai Might
' Major Appoints offimlttees;.-: ;- log ia Eartf Americin laww ujf Hi W Oaaag Jrr;:
" The Board of Aldermen- hlda : , The first-patent in-Amencaas wreotttoWAmiuK. 1
mAAf.in9l ait. Thnrsdav iiffht' :and arranted" to JoseDh ?etfXZ 'ftanwk - Bioey WobdsJ 3 une 11 :-Af ter-
Thn following Vet and maohinist who had? immvrl tible cyclone Visited our: sec
city officers we e elected: - "D.tWi grated from. Hammersmith;; EngHfas night" about lOVcldck- totally
Julian: tax collector; -Jamear W-Hand, where he? waMm id-io.aewrjng crops, jThe cloud tame
Hideout, cIerk;-;w'Ts'Kaineynile "was a very j801?? .r.P ri'm nonnwes aireciriOH.
treasurer; Hon. JndISw Hender- and was induced by Uov. win- accompanied by a terrible roaring
son ' and-N: B. ftfcCanle'ssyf water throp, 5h6;yoJunger,-o co&S;tq woudj andJajBtedalJout 30; in
commissioners. There was-a tie LynnVMassr.libout i64, as ma- ntesV "01d - meZT'aay it ' is the
on the vote i of treasurer, Jand;it terechanicJoablhs4h" fiercsQtoTm - tfeat ever'visttwi
was broken by- tfee mayoj! ho iron and steel works. ' : . this section, to their knowledge.
voted for Mr.Rainey. " It sde- : He was the the acknowledged The storm,- from the best WeL can
the b.oardiill elect the latfet of- builde? macfiinrym this miles. ' - '
ficiaf at a later meeting, e sal- country, and first patentee of- in- In some places greater damage
ary of the clerk was reduced from vention in America, havng in-, jRraa.done than in others. : tt
$1,27Q ' per vyear to $900"K jnie troduced the idea (fijMfe grflSl tjopa are tota Hy destruyed, the
cleVkdffice will be at theljty by act oLParlTameStff- lofaifrbeating wb
Hall hereafter, and hewill .be ex- protection for the manufacture of all vegetables flat on the ground
peoted to be on duty durghe ;iprytiiyiitio?tb' hersectioticEwnicli : wasCyisited
dav The eletioal' of policemen government of Massachusetts Bay. by. the oyclone if in , a .terrible
was postponea unt'jt a suD,seotuenii--ouroaA ui auwcu uwjr
meeting.. The mayor appointed!; - -Tj; . r-
tbe following committees 1 3QQlli JlanlversarT. CelebratioR.
Finance W. B. Strachau.W.
C. Maupin, J. V. Wallace and
ii.'H; Boydenei-cffficio: ;
Streets C. L. Welch, WJD.
Strafed, On last Thursday of Fn
day a bltie-speckled - hound-slut
Ifeft -ffly-premise-Whew spokn
to she raises herMpperJip and ex-pTiseVtheLteehVI-wiU-
for - her "returuTxWj 0 FbAlic
Coruir Fisber aud Shaver streets;
Police 4-C. X- .Welch, W.fB.
Strachan, J, E. HennesseeandvA.
H. Boy den eX-officio.'
deceased left no will. .
F. ,L. Bobbins, who will shortly
start a factory for the manufac
ture of mercurized linen, has or
dered the needed machinery and
expects it here in about two weeks.
The Sunday school children of
the First Methodist church enjoy
ed their annual picnic at South
River, last Thursday.
- T)f FT O. Pitta, of Hiffh Point.
; a dentist of that city, was brought
- to tbe Sanatorium here early in
. the' week", for an operation.
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The infant son of "J. T. Rulfs,
of Wilmington, died last Tuesday
nigt at the borne of its grand
patents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ren
dlemanon South Maiu street.
The little one survived its mother
but 'a short while.'
Vy. B. Snmmersett visited Win
ston last week to attend airexecu-
Z I A. l A 1 7 a A n I Li.mi
.ture Dealer's Association, of North
Conductor Parker, who has a
run' between Spencer and Monroe,
Ta., was painfully hurt a few days
since. In trying to catch the
aboose of Jiis train, he collided
with a switch post. "
Editor Sells, of tHe-Copleemee
Banner, has sold his paper to T.
R. Walsh, of Mbcksvill'e.
G. W. Wright, of this city has
been elected a delegate to the
National Convention, :by the
Funeral Directors' Association of
North Carolina, which has recent
ly been in session in Raleigh.
A membership committee con-
of A. L. Smoot, H. G.
Tyson, Bismark Capps, D. W.
Morris and 3. S. Minor, has been
appointed by tbe Law and' Order
League. ' This committee has al
ready commenced a canvass for
Wallace, C. L. Welch.
-Cemeteries-W. C. MaupinA.
Parker, W. A. Daniels. ' ?W
- Buildings J. E. HennesseeW.
A:, Daniels, J. O. Kesler.
Sewerage: and Water
Daniels. W. B Strachan
Welch. . ' -. '
Fire J . V. Wallace, A Parker,
W. C. Maupin! ; ' "
Health A. Parker, W,: fB!
Strachan, J. C. ECesler. -5 fff
Ordinances $. C. Kesler J.- E.
Hennessee, J. V. Wallace.
.exunday known tof , wa
third .Sunday after . Trinity to a
'lkrgV portion of ' the 'ChHstian
world, will be a day of more than
usual v interest to- tEpisc9paliai8
throughout the United : States,
Savunell6h "wSirbe th
800th anniversary (of the first aa-
ministration of the Holy Cqm--
mnnion in tne coiony at jsuiw
Ebwn, every communicant being
present abd feceiv&g the .Com-
munion At i :oU a. m., onuexi
r Sunday, at 3t. Luke's Episcopal r??
'W-A bhdro, there will lek corporate et?'id
"-Corrected weekly y D. M Mifler,'
Ahples. frbUsher, $ 25 to $2 00l
B won, Mites per & ,-11 to lljr -
.i - shoalderp, per & 11 to l2i.
Jiam ?per-tt; 14 to 16. i
' r round,- per tt , 10 to 12.
Bntteri. choice yellow,- 20 to 25, .
Oabbaf e, per1 fc 2 to 8. V r ' f r
Chickens, per lb. Vx to 9. 1 -1
Com, per bushel, $L0Q. -Cotton,
per fi?10 to 13." ! -
Ducks, -20 to 35. - i
Egs, per doz, 18 to 20. " i
Flour,8t'aight, per sack, $2 00 to $2.25
' pat, $3 00 to , -
Guineas, 25 to 30 ;
IfaVi per. hundred Ba, 50 to 60 -Hides,
Rroen per lbt9otto 11 ,1
Hides, dry, -er ft, 10 to 12. ; f
Honey, per lb,l5 t20. : Mr
Lard, N. 0-, pejj H. 10 to 13." -j:
Meal, bolted. per, bu, 85. to 90 1
Oats, per btf.J 45 to 50.
Omona, perbu $1 00 to $110. t
Potatoes. Irish, per bu. 1.00 to $1.25.
Wheat' per bash. 90 to $1. 1 ,l
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Report of the condition of thn (,
THE BANK OF SPENCER,
Hi opeiioer,- ii. u., -ai me ciobq,.
. 1 ? - 1 OAil. trwri 'i
ui uuBiiicBB majr uiu, xvu.
Loans and Discounts $32,374:83
Overdrafts, unsecured ... 693. 89
Furniture arid Fixtures. . . : 1,100.00
De frorhiBanks and Bankers- s 4,628.74
Silver coin, including all mi-.
nor coin currency. . . . . ... :611 87
National bank notes and otb - ! '
erU S. notes..., 700.00
' Total . ... $46,609.13
LIABILITIES. '' ' -
iiEphrainx: William's barn was I Capital stock paid in.. ..... $ 5,000.00
: -.. j - undivided. pyonts. . less cur,:
U1U lu F100 " BD ront. OTnAKSAR ftttd taXAd
otherwise &l ' paid:..... i.?.r. 276.85
i t3TAhn T 3hwrR hrn wm nn. Deposits subject to ehMk&HoiQ2,246.96
jonn l. snaver s parn was, un- M t ,nH Ranira,B i am tn
roofed and wheats house," Cribs, I Cashier's cheksootatanding 6,075.00
Bat onhr when hungry and only to satisfy hanger.
Eat simple f oods noRgreat variety at a meal. Don't
v hurry masticate your food thoroughly; : Drink whea
yoo axe thirsty. " Don't worry,' keep yotur head eool
K and your feet warra: Keep your, bowels regular, not:
-. by drugs, but by the daily eating of- . "
IL wheat and oats was r Just
blown dowji some wheat could Pbe
saved, Dut' tiem Itraw is broken
Jesse" ErvVbaxn roof was blown
off and his dwelling bouse , dam
Jacob Arey's dwelling .house
was, moved two inctes off the pil
lars,, bis wheat house and crib
JjJ Lai d Ln U lb.
tVUEAT , FLAKE- CELERY
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An improved whole wheat food, carefully prepared
containing all the essential properties of wheat.
Palatable Nutritious Easy off Digestion and ready to Eat
CubeseneOot. Pn M a aot ntm lor a Tew Mane; or coo a boboa aim.
(Oe a package
-on rnvrnt-t ,-
IM Fffll U.W).
Communion for, the male.com
muuicauus qt vuo. ciiureu, nuu at
the 11 o'clock service there ' will
be one for the women. Rev. F, Jy
Murdoch " especially desires that
on this day every communicant of
the church, who can possibly do
i- Total ,,$46 609.13
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CthftvAr Jfr f!rtti "aftw1 mill ataie 01 """"J,01 cowan, 0.0.:
anaver a Kjo h., saw mm t j ir Domett: cashier of the Above-
shelter was t6rn to pieces, also B. j named bank, do solemnly Swear that
P, Basinger; & Go's, raw mill
buildings. . .'
The above are a few who have
suffered losses ot personal .prop
erty also lots of timber.
TTJ-Jr - 1 J
s n -. , 1 - ; fiuuareas oi pines, oass ana
so, 4Jome to the Communion at f . .
- ii." r; ,1-' "iili f i' I scrubs. cover the ground.
in lb 1 . 1 u r a. 1 1 m hu aia-vrw iithm
The Law and Order League held
There will be the usual service at
11:00 o'clockwafi which time the
interesting and enthusiastic I Rector will preach a sermon bas-
meeting at the court house feuh- ed upon the early history of tbe
dav afternoon, tnere beins aoout cnurcn in tne umtea states
100 members present. A number
of brief addresses were made bear
ing upon the line of work to
taken up liy the League. Some-
where in the neighborhood of 25
new members were added at this
meeting, and the League now: has
a membership of about 125.' The
League will hold its Regular meet
ings on thefirst Tuesday of each
Weddiog Announcfmeot. ,
.Th Mocksyille Courier qf last
week I mak'es ' Jthe following an
nOnhemnt." whikn Wav be "of in
terest to our readers: "Cards
are out announcing the marriage
'E, C. Shaver says he had be
tween two and three hundred
land; r , '.yb;
Charles CulpsayB be had a hun
dred thousand feet of timber on
his place blown down.
From what1 we can learn at this
the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
OAs. jl. dobsbtt, casnier.
Correct Attest :
S- C. Dorset-TV )
; W. 0, Gatbwood, Directors.
S. O. Sassbb, V , : "
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this the 28th day of May,-190T.
W . A. Itoodmam, notiry publie.
feet of timber blown tne unaersiguea, nave taten
100 hundred acres of the agency to sell the Ureenville
or nnaay wasuiug . uucuiuhb lor
the Greenville, Michigan, Com
pany. They are what the people
want, they are the best washers
made, they give perfect satisfac
the storm. .
nNo loss of lives nor stock is
Two negroes whose
of Miss Grace - Coiey hxxd TIdwin ported at this writing.
H. Bost,.two of Cooleemee's most T A. Lisk says his house , was
popular young people. The mar- six inches deep in water. A rock
riage will take place June 19th, ing chair that was sitting out his
1907rat 5'cJkpaat the pwjhwis 'blown a distance' of
Methodist -Episcopal c hurch, about 75 yards and over a five-
MriBpsMtf6btshce.i'Tb ! nice grove at
names wererf Co3leem, 1? "C'
not learned, became involved m a native ot Kowan, going irom tne LiUther xii. u. church was; com-
quarrel at Lane Bros, campat the South ; -BiyerifighboTh o "to d t o pletely demolished; bnt, no: dam
Yadkin river and one sfcot -and Cooleemee, "1afi6f isS' brother of age Soue i thechuroh.
did the shooting went out to the
tion in every respec"t, they; are
s , i guaranieea to waBn . wnstoanas
writing the lower end ' of Morgan nA niiftrB nfirf.flv ftlRn ?with.
townshiplis the most" affected byjout any hard rubbing or -wash
board. Wash anything from the
smallest garment to tbe' heaviest
last twelve years, guaranteed'5 to
give perfect satisfaction in every
respect xt money refunded I
have the right to sell in Rowan
countyV 1 will keep them1 on
hand and sell reasonable. For
further information write m$' or
call. I will canvass the couhty
Yours very truly, j
DANIEL EAGLE, Agt.,! .
8m. R. F. D. 2, Richfield, N. C
How Does Such a Proposition
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' Appeal to You?
Having sized up our stock we find 100 Coats and Vests
worth $3.00 to $6.00, 100 Coats and Vests worth $5.00
toS.OOanother 100 worth $6.00 to,$10.00. You ean
take your ehoiee for $3, $3 and $4 respectively.
We will also have $10,000 worth of Suits, Coats and
Vests, Odd Pants and ; Furnishings for greatly reduced
values for the -next twojweeks. If you really want $2.00
in value for $1.00 in cash xall at once upon the old relia
ble firm: :.
SHOOT BROS; & ; ROGERS.
booos oa-oos- ooc
camp to self some sort of "jiope."
After the affair he gave himself
up to the foreman of the camp
and related the particulars' pf the
shooting. The officers were KOti-
tied and D eputy. Sheriff Rice went
out, brought the negro to town
and lodged hin in jail. ''
Many people are damaged se
verely by the loss of household
We think probably the corn
may grow out again but it will be
late and not half a crop.
John Basinger, an old Confed
erate soldier, died at his . home
An up-fo-date eity Should have an up-to-date Directory
We S.olieit your Support in the Coming Publication
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llOTE.-We also request that all house-holders, see to
it, that they have their proper number.
Piedmont Directory Co.. inc.,
' E. H.'MILLER, See. and Mgr
Fight Over Receivers&Ip.
Recently the Spencer House Trickey who is interested in
Furnwhine Company, of Spencer, of the granite industries at Gran-
Price Hajes, who some time ago
escaped from the chain gang, and
was Captured last week by Officer
, Pool, has been sent back to the
' gang to serve the rest of his sen
W. L Austin, lias taken the
agency for the Stieff pianos, and
will travel in this section of tbe
State making Salisbury his head
quarters. Mr. Austin has had
several years experience in this
' work and is a competent salesman.
He would be glad to visit any one
n in need of a high grade piano.
Salisbury is arranging for a
. Fourth of July celebration this
year. There will be a ball game,
speeches, muic, etc. Ex-Gov.
Avcoek will probably fba onesvf
the. speakers ,
Bert Barber, of Elton, Wis
says : : 'I have mly taken four
, doses of your Kidney and Bladder
? Pills and they have done for me
- more than any other medicine has
' ever done,; I am still taking the
pills as 1 want a pertect.. cure.
! Mr. Barber refers to DeWitt's
Kidney and Bladder Pills, which
are uhequaled fr Backache, weak
kidneys, inflammation of the blad
der and" all urinary troubles A
woeks trekmebir fdr 25c. Sold
-f byi James Plummer and all drug
made an assignment and the busi
ness was placed in the hands of a
receiver. R. Lee Wright, Esq.
mande application to Judge Jus
tice, of Greensboro, for the lap
pointment of a receiver. P.: S
Carleton and Cbas. A, Klnttz
Wedding at Gmlle Qaarry.
Last Wednesday afternoon at
the HomebTthVSrieie's parent's,!
at Granite Quarry, "Miss Kath
arine Trickey was United in mar
riage to JW. Fred McCanless, Rev.
P. W. . Tucker officiating. The Sunday afternoon at three oclock.
couple lft later for' a brief visit He was 77 years eld and has. been
t Norfolk and Jamestown. The blind for four or five years. He
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br ide is a daughter of E. Kj leaves a , wile, two sons and one
one I daughter to mourn his- loss. He
was much loved by those : whoH
knew him. '
"Rev. Dr. Atkins preached a
noble sermon at Zion M. E. church
ite Quarry. Mr. McCanless , is . a
son of the late Qaptt J. Q. McCan-
A Narrow Escape.
J. M. Bowles v and Thornton
rLincle bad a close call last Fri-
Sunday7 Hissermin was on love.
; : : , SOUTHERSKB. '
Dr. Liebie:, the ramous German Chemist savs that -
Jeer liquid bfead." By this hie means that beer -is
afood-ffiiUoflife -giving, health-sustaining qualities.
'!The vWlue of beef as a food ! is becoming well
knownj and it is now used by , IrhariyV who f have
liithcrto loiked upon it as a beverage11 bnlyi " f
ftfiflrnoon at the coal chute
were appointed, receivers andat f tne SoQthern at Spencer.
once took charge of the property
Mr. Wright represented Mr Britt,
one of the largest stockholders.
The other stockholders were rfqt
satisfied with .this arrangement
and retained E. C. Gregory, Esq.,
to look after their interests. Mr
Tbe South Yadkin Baptist As'-
sociation win nave a Dioie con-i
in t mr.iEV. iinne zir.n rtiir.n. a
Bowles and Mr. Lingle.were ia nninber of able and well known
a large derrick, engaged in hoist speakers will be present, among
ing coal; when'the machine turned whom are Revs. W . H; Battle, of
bottom side. Tip, Lingle Jumped Greensboro H. Hj. Hulten, of
- a 5 . mu u - Charlotte; R. J. Willmgham, of
and escaped injury .The other Richmond'. R. V. Millerf of Hen
man went over with. "the derrick HorantivillA and J. F. Lova. nf
iemiitereats Mr- nd was. painfully hi jnred. Th Atlanta. It is expected that a
to Asheville and derrick happened to4faU on some arge number of ministers will be
annlipd to Indffe Moore for.a Der- trestle work-wmeh probably saved
.."t..ni.on-iiii t p rimm" I the two men from . being crashed
VLS,-J ui - ojjcuutir .woo, nj;wiureu..
l ne receivers apponiieu uy,vuug nrfmoii Uomnrfat SarelM.
Justicedechned to turn oyer the . J. ,, . i
P-perty to Mr. Thoina.. There thK, iJKw to!
will probably be some litigation bodv to1 St:' John's Luth e r a n haiful, protruding pr blind, piles
over the matter.
chnrch where Rev". M. M. Kiuard
preached the anpnaL sermon. : In
t he after np-i the mend hers of the
order held - inte'res'ting memorial
TbftTA wan T lartre nnmber of 1 exerciser at Uhestnut- Hill- em-
, - - the oratorlJIIudm
i?5S4?& delivered a very impvlpeech;
For scratches, burns. - cuts, .in
Meeting of tbe Juniors.
Piles get quick and certian r
lief from Dr. Shoop's .'Magic Qibt-
ment. -Please note it is' made
alone for Piles, and its action s
positive and certain. Itching,
disappear like magic by its use.
Large nickel-capped glass tars 50
cents. Sold by Grimes s;Drug
Tlie Beer of Qua
iTxiraWs Hotiee to Creditors.
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meeting held here last ihight.
There was a public meeting at $he 8ect bites - and th,e many little
court house yesterday "afternoon hurts minon to every famMy
at hich a number xf :adiretles. l!3?HMeJ
j mi." .A'rJLt Salve isthe lestremaciy : It is
the meeting last night dould not mg Be 8Ta you get DeWitt's.
be obtained this morning, ill tijqae gold"by4j:mes Plummer 'and all
for publication in this issue. vf ! I druggists.
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ice is hereby given to all persons
having claims or demands of any kind
whatsoever against Barah - A . Barrier, I
deceased, to. present the i same duly
vermed to. .tne unaersigned executor
on or "before? the -14th day of iJune, I
1908 trr-'this notice will be 'plead in
OAtoLuieir recovery. Ail persons -in
debted to said estate are rtqnired to
make Immediate settlement,
This the 11th day of June, 1907. "
- TCDCFBAN A, BARRIER,
executor of Sarah A. Barrier, r
B. B. Mnxaa, atty. Spencer, Ni C; i
is the most nourishing of all bers because it contains every
particle of the healthful, wholesome nutriment of the malt and
all the tonic" properties of the hops from which it is made. ' , 7!
-The Pabst Eiffht-Dav Maltinff Process fallnmx natnro rnT
slowlsr'5 traiiisforming the substance of the barley into pure.
nutritious, food. : The- quality of the materials used and the Pabst
method of brewing jnake Pabst Blue Ribbon not only4a jpure -i:
beer but a healthful; tissue-building, musde-buildmg, life-giving,
liquid bread.' DrirPabst Blue? Ribbon, and you pu i
health attd 3:enth into your system. - -V .v .-. :
Vwhraorder beeri'' ask. for. Pabst Btoe lUbbcav-'-"'":;.- C
, MacK by Patst at Milwaukee i
And bottled only at the Brewery.
' ; i. -JV liudwlck, ;
Zil E. Ennis St, Salisbury.
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