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SHOULD BE LOOKED AFTER.
Cases of This Sort Should Recelie Prompt
V 1 and Eftectlio Treatment.
While going to her home od
Davie avenue one night recently,
a-young lady who is necessarily
kept at her work up tow until
8:80 and 9 o'clock, waz approach
ed by two large negro men at a
point just in front of the Asso
ciate Reformed church, ou east
Broad street, and one of the ne
croes addressed her in the follow
ing language i "How do yon do,
sweetheart?" The young lady
was badly frightened and hurried
home without calling for help, A
number of such inoidents have
been known in Statsville recently
and if the young ladies insulted
"would only call for help the inso
lent brutes would be attended to.
At the time of tJhe incident men
tioned above, two policemen were
standing near the square, in call
ing distance, and if tne young
lady had called for help the ne
groes could have been easily ar
rested.
Cases of this sort mean trouble
The negroes who offer the insults
are Drobablv not of the kind to
take a hint, but if some of them
are eaught they'll wish they had
Statesville Landmark.
FELL FROM TRAIN.
Meets
Veteran Returning From Re-onion
Death on the Rail.
Greenville, S. C, Juue 6
Judge J. S. Bossier, of New Or
leans, met death laBt night abnt
7 o'olock by falling from a South
ern passenger train about two
miles scuth of Easley. He was
apparently passing from ne coach
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to auotner ana ien irom a piai-
form,' falling a lUstance of 60
feet down an embankment. He
was a veterau of the civil war and
hud been in attendance at the
Richmond re-union, from vhich
he was returning.
v H.i ia said to have carried a robe
which was worn by Jefferson Da
vis, to the rumon and sold it
for the owner for a handsome
price. Examination by the doc
tors showed that his neck was dis
located in the fall. Otherwise he
received few bruises, lie was a
recent candidate for Lieutenant
Governor of Louisiana. His fami
y liyes in Louisiana. His body
was embalmed and sent home to
day, Special to Charlotte Ob
eerver.
The medicine that sets the whole
world thinking,
The remedy on which all doc
tors agree, "
The prescription all your friends
are laxing is
Hoi lister's Rocky Moun t a i n
Tea. T. W. Grimes Drug Co.
Replanting Cotton.
When you read of cotton being
replanted it usually means that
what came np in the rows was
plowed under and that new seed
were planted, but the object o
this article is to call attention to
the importance of replanting the
missing places in the rows. This
has always been' regarded as
card job and one reason why it
was not done.
mi ii- i
ine old way oi replanting was
to dig a trench the whole length
of the missing place and sow seed
all the way along and then cov
ered them. Now unless the miss
ing place is over two feet long we
pay no attention to it. Where
re-planting is needed we dig holes
about two feet apart and put
three or four seed in each hole.
ay mis metood tne wore is
much easier done and hardly any
chopping is necessary and the
stand of cotton is obtained. 3
Where land is well manured
-and thoroughly tilled the import
ance of a good stand is greater
than whore a light yield is ex
i J At -.-r
pectea irom tne start, jnow is
the time to do this work if it has
not already been done. J. M
ty in Smithfield Herald.
Cotton Outlook Poor In Mississippi.
R.L. Hardison returned Satur
day night from West Point, Miss,,
where he had been on a visit to
his brother, John M. Hardison.
Mr. Hartfison says that many
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xarmers around west roint were
planting cotton for the third time
last week. It has been raining
almost all the spring in Mississip
pi and where there is anything
like a stand of cotton the plant
is hidden by weeds and grass.
The outlook for the staple in Mis
sissippi is the poorest ever known
at this season; so Mr. Hardison
was' informed. Wadesboro Mes
senger. -
Accident to Yeteran.
J. D. Tarleton, a Confederate
veteran who lives on the Moore
farm near Charlotte, was found
on the depot yard here last Fri
day morning at 1 o'clock in an
unconscious condition and witb
bad bruises on his body. The
man could give- no account of
himself. He was taken to. the
Monroe Hotel and Dr. J. M. Blair
was called to attend the injured
man. The man's name was not
known by any one here until last
Sunday when W. W. Moore, of
Charlotte, came down to seel him.
Two of Mr. Tarleton's sons, came
downrllonday and spent the night
with him. The unfortunate man
is here in the hands of strangers
and they are doing everything
possible for him. It is supposed
that Mr. Tarleton, in returning
from the re-union at Richmond,
stepped off the train here and
was hurt. Monroe Enquirer.
Work of a Pipe Line Walker.
Jack Movey has walked over
the Tidewater pipe line from Rix-
ford, McKean county, to Wil-
liamBport continuously during
the last twenty-six years.
He makes from eight totweuty-
oue" miles a day, carrying a kit
tools weighing about sixty pounds
among which is a telegraph in
strument, which in case of breaks
or other accidents, he attaches to
the company's wire which follows
the line, and informs headquart
ers at Williamsport. The dis
tance is 145 miles as the line runs
up and down hill, across valle)s
and through woodlands and for
ests forty miles of it being through
the dense Potter county woods
with scarcely a habitation along
the route. Philadelphia Record
HARNESS
- j Tonight.s -
If you would enjoy 'tomorrow
take Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets tonight. They pro
duce an agreeable laxative effect,
cleanse the stomach. Price, 25
cents. Samples free at James
Plnmmer's, Salisbury,' and Spen
cer Pharmacy, Spencer, N p.
DR.KING'S NEW DISCOVERY
Will Surely Stop That Cough.
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jnow is the time to buy a new
set of harness. We have them
r all purposes and at all prices.
light driving from $8.50 to $25
image or Surry harness from
$15 to $25. Team Wagon Har
neat, bMt in town for Ike mioney
We have a job lot of harness
which we will olose out at a very
close price. Now is the time to
get a bargain.
Repairing of all kinds neath
and promptly done at lowest
priews.
Cut this ad. out and bring it
with you and for every $1 pur
chase, or more, we will give a nice
buggy whip,
Hartline & Co.
Phone 433, 130 East Inniss St.
.
Charles W. Woodson, M. D.,
Medicine and Surgery.
Offers his Professional Services
to the Public. Phone 336.
OFFICE: WacbOTia Bank Building.
" K prompt, pleasant, good reme
dy for coughs and colds, is Ken
nedy's -Laxative Cough Syrnp, It
is especially recomn e idtd for Ha
bits and children, hot good for
every member of the family. It
contains no opiates and does not
constipate. Contains honey and
tastes nearly as gQod as maple
strap- Children Lke it. Sold
by James Plummer and all drug
gists. .
To those who pay 1 for one year's subscription, In
advance; to The Watchman we will give a Pocket Unite.
T These knives retail at fifty cents. 5 Come in and see them. - ,
llllfrCTrh ln Graf Pecans and Crap Fruit
I II V Ld I lU 'industries yields a greater and iftore certain
Srt mmmJ innnmo than arm AtVioi in troaf Truant Yvrvrwni
,tioaAn the South. I can show you an investment that will pay 6 per cent'
from ditto, and increMs, tQl at the expiration of 10 years, your annual income will be equal '
to amount invested. If you are in a position to invest $100 or more, write for particulars to
W, M. GRISINGER,
47 Candler Btaiiain ' Atlau&tm. Georgia
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SHALL
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Having tried all other
remedies, will you'eou-
tinue to suffer through
&be psidai
Don't be Foolish
Represented Eye Head-
aches sap one's vitality
and bring about a gens
eral nervousness break
down.
Let us Relieve Your
Headaches by Remov
ing the Cause.
Save your Eyes and nei 1
vous energy. .
W. H. LEONARD,
Jeweler and Optician,
128 N. Main St., 8allabury, N. O.
Every Han His Own Doctor.
The average man cannot afford
to employ a physician for every
slight ailment or injury that may
occur in his family, nor can be
afford to neglect them, as so
slight an injury as the scratch of
a pin hus been known to cause the
loss of a limb. Hence every man
must from necessity be his7 own
doctor for this class of ailments.
Success often depends upon
prompt treatment, which can
only be had when suitable medi
cines are kept at hand. Cham
berlain's Remedies have been in
the market for many years and
enjoy a good reputation.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel
complaints.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm (ai.
antiseptic liniment) for cuts,
bruises, burns, sprains, swellings,
lame back and rheumatic pains.
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets for constipation,
bilit usness and stomach troubles.
Chamberlain's Salve for dis
eases of the skin.
One bottle of each of these five
preparations cost but $1.25. For
by James Plummer, Salis-J
sale
bury, and Spencer Pharmacy,
Spencer, N. C.
DRUHMERS SAMPLE
For both Work and Dress at
6Co on HItlo
Avail yourself of the oppoitunity of buying
two pairs for just a trifle more than you
pay elsewhere for one -------
WtAR PRICE FOOT WEaA
TERMS STRICTIY CASH X
tPDPUtAR PRICE FOOT WEAR
TERMS STRICTIY CASH
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M. G. McCURDY, Manager,
Ncrth Main Street. Salisbury, N. C.
H FRESH DRUGS, ACCURATE COMPOUND
ING AND PROMPT SERVICE.
The Chestnut Hill Drug Store is the place to have your pre
scriptions filled for the following good reasons;
W e handle none but pure fresh drugs.
Wo have a prescription ist of 22 years experience who accu
rately and promptly compounds ail prescriptions sent us.
Our service cannot be equalled for promptness and general
satisfactsou. '
. Loans Doubly Secured.
If you have any money idle or
bringing you less than 6, list it
with our Company at once. We'll
lend it for you, First Mortgage on
Real Estate, taking the mortgage
and note in your name, and in ad
dition give you the
WRITTEN 6UARANTEE
of our Company that both princi
pal and interests will be paid
IN FULL
as they fall due.
We assume all risk and stand
between you and possible loss.
Our guarantee has more than
120,000 back of it; and, loans
made through our Company have
DOUBLE THE SECURITY OF A RANK
paying you 6 all the time.
McCubbins & Harrison Co.,
then she'll be bright as the dav. I Paid in capital $20,000. Loans.
Sold here by James Plummer and Real Estate, Fire and Life Ihsur
jill druggists. ance, Salisbury, N. C.
nr.
'This little pig went to market,"
doesn't amuse tonight.
Baby's not well ; what's themat
. ter, her dear little cheeks are
- so white ;
Poor little tummy is aching,
naughty old pain go away,
CaSCSSieet mother must give her,
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1 We carry a nice line of toilet articles, perfumeries, soaps,
v patent medicines, etc.
vj We have just installed a handsome soda fountain and will
dispense all kinds of soft drinks made from pure fruit syrups.
Your patronage is respectfully solicited.
CHESTNUT HILL DRUG CO.,
C. M. HIGGINS, Druggist. T. A, DENNISS, Mgr.
SALE.
PRI-IMTORY .
ON ptT MONDHY, THE I OTH,
We will start our Pre-Inventory Sale and continue for 12 days. At this sale we
expect to sacrifice some of this season's best goods.
Owing to the long continued cold weather we are left with some of our choic
est goods in our shelves and experience teaches us that it's better to close out this
season's goods at a loss now. than to carry them over to another and lose it then.
in our sur.ir.iER goods
We have a magnificent line of Arnold's Silk Mulls in beautiful floral designs that are worth
at the mills today 37cts, our sale price, 18 cents.
Oar 10c line of flowered and polka dot Lawns at 7 1-2CS cheaper grades at 4. 5. 6 and
7 cents.
Big line Cotton Dress Plaids, double fold, worth 15c, sale price 10 cents.
Yard wide Cretonns in Oriental and florial patterns worth 15c, sale price 10 cents.
27-inch floral patterns worth 10c, ale price 7.-1-2. ,
Yard wide Silkoleen 12o and' 15c quality 10 CCnts
Beautiful line of silk finish Velours for upholstering, worth 75c at the mills, our price 39c.
Several colors in Mercerized Voils, just the thing to make a pretty jumper or suspender
suit, worth 30c, sale price 19 cents.
We have a few pieces of Printed Satteens, good patterns, goods that'a well worth 25c the
yard, sale price 12 1-2 cents
White Embroidered Mercerized Battiste, 30c value 23 cents.
35c value 27 cents.
.Crepe De Chine half Silk in black, tan, reseda, well worth 40c, sale price 25 cents.
Our entire line of 50o 19-inch Silks in all colors, at 39c.
Our $1.50 plaid dress goods the very newest of this seasons dress fabrics silk and wool mix
tures at $ 1 . 1 5 the yard.
Our $1,25 line at 98c. Our $1.00 line at 79o.
Big Values all over Batiste worth $3.50 at $2.50
Flouncing to match
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2.50 at 1.85
1.25 at .90
1.00 at .75
.85 at .60
.75 at .50
65 at .40
Our entire line of shopping bags at COST.
20 discount on all Embroideries over 10 cents per yard.
Our entireline of all-over Laces, Medallicns. Dress Trimmii gs and Braids; except feather
stitch Braid ; a 11 Buttons, except Pearl and Taffeta, AT COST. ,
One-fourth off on all cur Shirt Waists, Skirts and Suits. In these lines we have some of
the best merchandise in North Carolina.
We still have a few Rugs, Art Squares, Table Covers at COST. These and many other
things including our line of Shoes we are closing out, and if you fail to attend this Sale it will
be your loss.
Respectfully,
MM
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If you want the best furniture
for the least money, it will
be to your interest to see us.
We can supply you with ev
erything that goes to furnish
a house.
"Don't fail to see us.
T. E. W1THERSP00N & CO.
Empire Block, near Central Hotel.
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FASHION demands that every woman shall
count at least one pair of Pumps in her
waVdrobe. No wardrobe is complete without
them. But have a care what .kind you buy, for
the well-fi ting Pumps are few! You save all
doubt when you buy a "Queen Quality Pump.
It is fascinatingly pretty onthe foot; it clings to
the heel and fits closely around the top. It gives
ease and comfort the first day worn. This store
controls the exclusive sale for these famous shoes.
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