A Home Newspaper Published in the Interest of the :;People and or Honesty in Governmental Affairs.
VOL. IN. NO. 30.
Salisbury, N. C Wednesday, July 10th, 1907.
Wm. h Stewart, Editor.
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ST ATfcSVILLE AND IREDELL COUNTY;
A Wreck oi the Western. Statesillllans
Come Down to see a Ball Gamr.
Stateavile l andmark. July 2-5.
Mrs. V. F. K'rkman dird yes
terday afternoon at her home five
milt-s north of town and will be
buried today at Trinity, grave
vacancy on the board of
corurnissiouers caused by
the deatn ot m. d JNesuit waB
filled last week by the appoint
ment of D. E. Tarner, of Moores
ville. Under the law the clerk of
the Superior Court is authorized
t( fill vacancies on the board of
commissioners and J-A'. Haftness
last week appointed Mr. Turner.
Mrs. Sallie Johnston White,
widow of the late John W. White
died riday afternoon at "1:80
o'clock at her home ou east Broad
street. Mrs, White had been in
feeble health for several months
and for a week before death her
condition was critical. Mrs.
White was a daughter of the late
Cook Johnston and was 60 years
old last month. ; ,
While running at high speed
about 10 o'clock Sunday morning,
nine cars ofan east-bound freight
train we derailed at a point
the Western road one and a qnar
ter miles east of the Catawba
river, nine miles west of States-
ville, and as a result W. H. Bible,
of Midway, Ten n.t-is in the saiii
toriuml.here painfully injured,
about 5,C 00 chickens, ducks and
turkeyB are dead or injured, four,
cars are demolished and the road
bed was so badly damaged that
t. nfflp wftH rialaved several hours.
The cause of the wreck is yet to
SoformJnor? Th car r.nntain-
ine Mr.Biblewas one of the first
pllsij && ' ithlng poultryf h tc
jelly and coverinJlrT Bi
neath the huge pile of flesh and
splintered - wood and iron. As
soon as the train stopped the
trainmen rushed to the chicken
cars. When they saw the sicken
ing sight of blood and flesh they
decided thatMr- Bible was dead.
But a tew minutes later groans
were heard and after moving part
of the debris a foot was discover-1
ed and a little later the injured
man was pulled from his perilous
position. The trainmen and sec-1
tion hands began work at once to I
clear the track and the spectators
watched 1,000 to 2,000 chickens,
ducks and turkevs. of the lot of
17,000, that had escaped unhurt.
or were only siigntiy injured,
scatter over the river bottom and
the woods. Many of the people
near Dy caugnt somw oi iuo uuiua.-
ens and carried them home, and
it is said that some "of the ducks
made their way to the river near
by and left by-water.
Statesville was almost a closed
town yesterday on account of the
Fourth. The patriotic merchants
suspended entirely; the drug
stores and postomce observed bun-
The Southern Power Company
is having some trouble in obtain-
ing the right of way for its lines
f stotaoiriiio nrl fTifi t.rmihlftlto use regular straight tickets to
Oao ma in h lnp.ftt.ftH at or in the
vicinity of Oswalt, this county.
Arrangements have been made
for a preliminary survey of the
Statesville Air Line railroad from
Statesville to Mt Airy. - A com
poLuui, nuByi.r u uu rcuu
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auu win otjgiu uib wurK. in auuui
Judge A. L. Coble has returned
from Alamance county where he
was called last week on account of ,
the illness of his father, W. L.
Coble. Mr. Coble is 80 years old
and very feeble, but his condition
is very encouraging and it is
thought that he will- regain his
uox 0,i0u5,u 4 ABW WWjl..
W. H. Bible, who. was injured
in the freight wreck near jjthe Ca
tawba river Sunday, and who is
at the sanitorium fur treatment,
is getting along nicely and will
probably be able to go to his home
at Midway, Tenn., in a few days,
.Mrs, Bible arrived a few days ago
1 and will remain with her husband
until he is able to go home.
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.COXOORD AND CABARBUS COUNTY.
Some Blockaders are Caught Red'-jiandeil.
. Negroes Celebrate the 4th.
Copcord Times. July 5th.
J. G.Coggins, who has bejn
here with Sills & Kluttz for some
time, will leave today for 'Cres
cent, where he goes to take charge
of the. wood-working plant of the
Crescent Manufacturing Co.
The ice factory fbrgke - down
Tuesday, and has been unable to
turn out any ice since.
Mrs. W. D. Pemberton will go
to Salisbury toay for treatment
in the hospital there.
The negroes had a big hullaba
loo yesterday, July 4. The band
played, the firemen paraded, and
they had a big time generally
Later in the afternoon there was a
big barbecue at Smith's Grove.
The picnic at - Mooresville for
the benefit, of the Barium Springs
Orphanage will be held July 25.
A team driven by John Cars
well, and helonging to Concord
parties, was held up by revtnue
officers last week. The. officers
met up with the wagon about five
miles from Mt. Pleasant on the
Salisbury road. 300 bottles of beer
and three gallons of whiskey was
found to be in the wagon. Cars
well was arrested and tried before
Capt. Jonas Cook, at Mt. Pleas
ant, and placed in jail to await
court. Will Smarr, colored, was1
also caught red-handed. He had
concealed in a load of hay 25 gal
lons of whiskey in jugs of from
one to iour gallons eacn. ne
law does not permit the seizure of
a wagoa and team unless vessels
Uoldmg five gallons or more are
Ipuua on consequenuy noin
inS could be. done. bu Sma" beai
a hasty retreat nevertk eless.
;ABhevillQ,4July d.-The railway
rate case hearing, which was begun
in this city before Judge Pritchard
in the United States Circuit Court
June 26, was concluded this after
noon' and Judge Pritchard will
render his decision in the Virginia
case at tficnmona weanesaay.
The case against the corporation
commission of Virginia is some
what different from that against
(the same body of North Carolina,
in that the attorneys for the rail
ways in the former State raised
the point of jurisdiction.
rne report nas gone abroad in
Iredell recently that Mrs. Carrie
Nation, the Kansas cyclone who
has been operating in Charlotte
au(j Salisbury the past few days,
19 a native oi Iredell county, or
is descended from Iredell people
So far the Landmark has been
unable to verify this fact and we
have no special desire to find it as
a fact. If true it might result in
the old lady paying Iredell a vis-
The Southern Railway Co.
doesn't seem to kuow or forget
what a drawing card alisbury is,
I on the Fourth of July. Yester-
day the 300 reduced-rate tickets
were all sold and the agent had
supply the demand. The attract
ion a saiisoury was a game o
baseball (?). Only about hal
this number of tickets were sold
to - Hickory, where Statesville'
own team was contesting for hon
nra ujifh Tnnir. Snmo rprml
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... hihhft,Ia bftfctiftr thfln hftse
Best Medicine In the World for Colic and
"I find Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to
be the best mthe world, says Mr.
C. L. Carter, of Sfcirum, Ala. "I
am subject to colic and diarrhoea.
Last spring ft seemed as though I
would die, and I think I would if
j hadn,fe taken Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarr h o ea
Remedy. I haven't been .troubl
ed with it since until this week,
when I had a very severe attaok
and took half a bottle of the 25
cent size of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
(and this morning I feel like anew
! man," For sale by James rlum
. mer, Salisbury, and Spencer
Pharmacy, Spencer, N. C.
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items of Various Hoods From Every Quar
ter of Interest to All.
Dick Watson, a cotton -mill op
erative at Rhodhiss, while assist
ing in floating a balloon in Hick
ory on the Fourth was accidental
ly killed by a large pole falling on
him. It was-a sad ending of the
celebration at Hickory.
Oscar M. Maye, of Wilmington,
while connecting some 'phone
wires, July 3rd, fell across two
live arc wires The calves of his
legs were burned to the bone and
it may be they will have to -. be
amputated. His rescue was due
to a colored physician who tele
phoned to the power plant to cut
off the current and to the fire de
partment to bring a ladder and
take the wounded man down.
At an election held within thj
borders of the contemplated coun
ty of Lee, the vote was by a large
majority affirmative, so thus ad
vised by the canvassing board.
Governor Glenn, on the Fourth of
July, proclaimed the formation of
said county with all the rights,'
powers and duties of other cc un
ties. High Point is figuring on a bank
buildii g that will be the highest
structure in the State.
Arrangements are being made
to put in a water works system
for Shelby. Laying of the pipes
will begin soon.
A negro by -the name of Charlie
Witherspoon was captured last
hursday by Sheriff T. E. Shu-
brd, of Shelby. Witherspoon
nas oeen wanted lor Borne time
or retailing. .
There was a quite serious hail
stoim in Surry county one day
jThB little town cf iRaudiejnah
has : arranged to nave eiec trio
igbts in the near future.
Tom Watts colored, was drowned
m tne Liumner nverr wniie in
bathing near Lumberton last Fri
Sam Smith, of High Point, was
picked up near the railroad tracks
at Gre?nsboro Thursday night.
His skull was crushed and his
body badly bruised. It is thought
he was struck by a train. He died
Charley Miller, a negro, entered
the home of C. E. Nowell, in
Asheville Friday night. He
rubbed against the bed and awak
ened Mrs. Nowell. Mr., Nowell
jumged up and scuffled with the
negro and managed to ho'd him
until the police were 'phoned for,
arrived and took the prisoner to
the lock-up. Miller h is a bad
reputation and will be tried for
his life. !
There are 290 convicts cn the
State farm on the Roanoke river
near Weldon, 224 divided in three
gangs assisting in the vrk of
of double tracking ?h Atlantic
Coast Line bet wen Weldon and
Wilmingtc n, 35 ut work on the
Wilkesboro-Jeff erson turnpike and
118 in the State" penitentiary at
Raleigh. The State now obtains
$1.50 per day for the service of
each man hired out.
An unknown negro jumped off
a freight train at Little Saturday
night, threw open a switch and
caused a passenger train to co'-
ide with the freight. A dining
car and a passenger coach were
wrecked and the caboose on the
freight was smashed, lhe negro
made hia escape but was caught
at Weldon later.
Ed. Wills, colored, shot and
severely wounded his step-son at
High Point Friday night
Wise Counsel From the South.
"I want to give some valuable
advice to those who suffer with
lame back and kidney trouble.'?
says J. R. Blankenship,v of Beck,
Tenn. "I have- proved to an ab
solue certainty that Elect r i c
Bitters will positively cure this
distressing condition. The first
bottle gave me great relief and
after taking a few more bottles, I
was completely cured; so com
pletely that it becomes a pleasure
to recommencUtbJs great remedy."
Sold Tinder guarantee' by all drug-gists.--
ASHBY HAS A HEARING.
Remanded to Jail without Bail to .Await
' j Jrlal at the Aognst Court.
Ed Aihby, the slayer,, of Dan
Overcash, waf givftni a prelinary
hearing befolre Magistrate H. J.
Overman in the court housT here
July 3rd. Ashby dose pot seem a
man of ordinary iuteligence.and as
may be seen by what follows, that
his plea will be self-defense.
The following is the report sent
to the Charlotte Observer by Mr.
Bost ? Dr. Rose Dorsett.the ubiqu
itous ! coroner, was the first witness
who declared that theileath of
Overcash was caused bya gunshot
wound entering the neck below
right fear and ranging downward
and diagonally across the body.
The neck was broken and death
was instant. W. D. Pethel, a broth
er in-law, was next up but was no
rsye witness to anything except the
ground and his testimony was not
allowed. r 1
Mrs. Minnie Overcash, wife of
the dead man, was next called.
She Baiw her husband thalast time
ahout 15 minutes before"9 o'clock
and the tragedy occurred at 9 or
thereabouts. , She declared her
husband had no pistol except a
22 calibre which fwas left at
home.! Her son, Ernest, gave the
same i story, ootn agreeing that
Reese Pethel, about , whose wife
the tragedy developed, and Peth
el's wife had walked off with his"
father and. 15 minutes later the
shot was heard. When they went
there, nobody was with the body.
The deceased had fallin face fore
most with his hands 'under him.
The boy, Overcash. went very
much further into the 'matter and
declared that tie and his father
had gone over to Ashy8 Thurs
day -preceding the homicide on
Sunday ahd-i' fieaid ijpriejpf
rne tatner asted :mm vwhat was
the matter and Ashby- said:
"None , of your d d business,"
rand drew a gun on the deceased.
On Friday he hoard Ashby say he
intended to kill his father. The
cross-examination riddled this
story and made the boy admit
that he hai not told it on the
Jess Russell gave most damag
ing testimony as to threats. He
said Ashby came to his house Fri
day after the quarrel Thursday
and said : 'If I could have gotten
some f hells yesterday I would
have gotten m9 a man." He then
told of Overcash s coming to his
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nome ana Deing ordered away.
Ernest Overcash had testified that
Ashby drew his gun. Russell de
clared Ashby said he would get
the damned S of a B yet.
uroBS-examined ne said he was
not asked these questions at the
Reese j Pethel's testimony for
the State was damaging to the
prosecution. He said Overcash
armed himself when witness told
the deceased Ashby's story about
relations between OvercaBh. and
rethel s wife. Overcash said he
would have to take it back. Wit
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ness aid not see tragedy but saw
Overcash advance commanding
Ashby tp "Take it back," and
Ashby warned Overcash, "Stop
Dan, don't come on me." Then
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ne buol AsnDy nad nis gun in
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ins imcKet. w ltness Ud not see
Overcash's pBtol, nor did the
other witnesses, Vergie Overcash
and Edna Rogers, who had heard
Ashby make threats.
Kluttz, for defense, argued that
the State had failed to make out
a case of murder and defendant
introduced no testimony. He.
asked tor a small- boud, Carlton
replied briefly that malice is al
ways presumed in cases of assault
with deadly weapons and that a
magistrate could not . settle the
matter as the defense had not in
troduced testimony to show self-
defense. Mr. Overman agreed
that the case was not bailable ac
cording to the evidence.
Columbus just landed i meeting
a big Iudian chief with a package
under his arm he asked what it
wo. uiem mwiMuiue, jaonts-
ter s KOCKy Mountain - Tea,!' said
the Ihjan. 85 cents, Tea or Tab-
lew. x,. . vrrimes irug vo.-
ALBEUARLE AND STANLY COUNTY,
Mrs. Patterson Entertains, B. W. Hatcher's
.death Fire at Mt. 6 lie ad.
Stanly Enterprise. July 4th.
. The district conference of the
Salisbury district will be hld at
New London next week beginning
Travis V Jenkins of Salisbury,
becomes owner of the City Meat
Market, under purchase from H.
B, Howie. Travis is a good fellow
and he will, do his best fo give'the
market correct attention.
Prof. E F. Eddins was re-elected
county superinte n de ii t - of
public instruction Monday.
He will conduct the regu-
ar public examination for
teachers, beginning on the second
hursday in July.
G. W. Melton of Mt. Gilead in-
orms us that nre in that town
early Sunday morning entirely
consumed the harness shop and
store of Elam Russell. Loss about
$1000 with $350 insurance on stock
The heroic work of the bucket bri
gade kept the fire from spreading.
A certain tender youth of sixteen
summers taking his first buggy ride
with his girl last Sunday had driv-
ven four miles before discovering
that the hind wheels of the buggy
were in front and the front wheels
behind. Moral : "Be careful boyB
When you grease your spindles for
the first ride in life." Union,
Mrs. A. L Patterson on Monday
evening; delightfully en
tertained in honor of Miss
Alice Eizerand Susie Whitehead
of Salisbury. The broad porch and
pretty lawn of the Patterson home
were gay with Japanese lanterns
That the evening was thoroughly
enjoyed could easily be seen from
the continuous Iaughter.that Vang
Hroaghout theTening air. Miss
Myrtle" Peraber ton was declared
he prettiest girl present by votes
of the boys and received a pretty
hat-pin for the attraction. In pro
gressive hearts, Gregory Mabry
proved himself the best proposer,
or which he received a lover's knot
B. W. Hatcher for years the
Grand Lecturer for the Satte of
North Carolina for the Masonic
lodge, died suddenly on Monday
at his home on First Street. He
had been in failing health for seve
ral months and had given up his
work as lecturer in the early part
of the year. While he was known
to be quite feeble, yet the end was
not expeced, and he was apparent
ly recovering from an operation
that was preformed by his brother
Dr. Thos. R. Hatcher of Ross Hill,
N.G.,and Dr. Hall the local pby
sician. He had arisen from his
couoh, hut soon fell back, life hav
ing succumbed to his weak condi
tion ad a failure of his heart
By order of the Grand Worshipful
Master R. E. Austin deputy Grand
Worshipful Master was authorized
to convey the Grand Lodge of Ma
sons. This took place at Salisbury
vesterdav morning, where the
remains were taken for in
interment. Masons trom all paras
of the State took part in the cere
mony, and nunareds oi meuas
bowed in memory of the good man
and his works as the twig of cedar
was droped on his sleeping form.
Quitea delegation of Masons and
friends of 'the deceased accompa
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nied the remains to Salisbary, in
terment taking place at 4 :30 in the
Stanley, wherever that may be.
will have a grand celebration on
the 18th instant. Governor Glenn
will be present and deliver an ad
Free, for Catarrh, just to prove
merit, a Trial- size Box of Dr.
3h6op Catarrh Remedy. Let
me send it now. It is a snc w white,
creamy, healing, antiseptic balm
Containing such healing ingredi
ents as Oil JiiUcaiyptuB, Thymol,
Mpnt.hnL etc.. it etivas innt.ant
and l&stinir relief, to Catarrh f
i the nose and throat. Make the
free test and see for yourself what
. fetus preparation can and will ac
bom pish. Addresr Dr. Shoop,
Racine, Wis. Large jars 50 cents.
-Sold by Grimes Drug Store.
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LEXINGTON AND DAVIDSON COUNTY.
Na School Election, More Railroad Work,
An Automobile Line.
Lexington Dispatch. July Srd.
The police say more whiskey
and beer came in Saturday night
from Salisbury than has oome in
on any one night itr months. Of
course itwas oarried in, as it can
not be shipped. TTb. 12 was load
ed, but the conductor said that his
passengers between here and Salis
bury .gave him no trouble. They
were a pretty sober lot, notwith
standing their large packages of
booze. This may be a result of
the new law which gives conduc
tors police power and makes it a
misdemeanor to take a drink, get
drunk or disturb the peace on a
Wade H. Phillips has received
his commission as captain of the
Lexington military company suc
ceeding Capt. H. H, Springs, re
signed. Sergeant W. J. Smith be
comes second lieutenant to suc
ceed Mr. Philli68T-
Mr. Bell, Lane Bros, manage
here, tells The Dispatch that the
bidding is open fcr the constrhct
ion of the Carolina Valley rail
road from Ihomasyille to High
Point, and the successful bidder
will be announced the last of this
Lweek. The work beihe bid on em
braces the rebuilding of two miles
of the old Jones road, and the con
struction of the road between High
Point and Thomasville, which is
to be an electric line..
Taking up the matter of a steel
bridge at Beeson's mill, in Ab
botts Creek the County commissi
oners found four bidders, the low
est of whom was the Roaneke
Bridge Co.. the bid being $1,560
Ihis -firm got the contract and
gives a $2,000 bond.- The bridge
is to be of steel, :aod over 100 feet
The most important" matter ie"
fore the commissioners was the
question of calling an election for
special tax for schools, in accord
ance with an act which has been
published in The Dispatch. The
provisions of it were that the elec
tion should be held in August, in
every township, and the, tax would
be in force in those townships
where it was voted. The com
missioners were asked to call the
election, but the proposition
aroused strenuous opposition, auu
the board decided not to call the
There has been'a large arbor
built at the Thomasville Baptist
Orphanage for the purpose of
holding the annual meetings. We
believe at least 3,000 people can
be seated under this arbor. It
will be used this year for the great
annual meeting. The aunual
meeting at the Orphanage will be
Wednesday, July 10th, and the
largest crowd of people that has
been in Thomasville in many a
day will be here.
Thursday about noon, Ed. Clod-
felter, a prosperous farmer livicg
about two miles southeast of
Thomasville, had the misfortune
to lose his home by fire. Just as
d.nner was served one of his chil
dren discovered fire in the comb
on the main part of the house.
The fire originated from a soark
of fire falling on the rdfcf from
the kitchen flue.
D. K. Ceoil. the contractor, has
a contract to build an addition to
the Cooleemee cotton mills which
ii to be 200 feet long and 75 wide,
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auu one siorv men. ne has a
force over there alreadv making
brick for the-job.
The corporation commission
has ordered that the law in re
gard to working railway telegra
phers but eight hours a day be en
forced at a number of points,
among others at Thomasville, on
the block between Spencer and
Lexington, Spencer, Salisbury,
etc. This means that instead of
two men, the railroad will have to
have three, each doing a trick of
eight hours instead 12, as hereto
fore. We know the telegraphers
-There is talk of an automobile
line between here and Winston.
It is proposed that an auto be op
OUR HONOR ROLL.
The Names of i Niisber of Good FcobIi
v RwentliAidtoOBrLls :.
; The following good people have
either" renewed or subscribed to
the ?ATCHitJjsr since our last re
portr ; "
J E Gaither, JE Shuping, H J
Shnping, J F McCubbins, C F Mc
Bftde, A W Shuping, M A Deal,
Oscar Nesbit, Mrs, 'Murtle "Kerr.
eo. H Shaver. UF Fleming, V
Cook, Moses Starnes, 'D D Alex
ander, W A Sides, O T Bernhardt,
W D Pethel," M A Weaver, , A L
PowlaBs, J S Watson, J A yost, L
W Saf rit, D H Thompson, Miss M
H Cross, W L Beck, Benj, Brady,
J A Arey.
Daiie Count Items.
Mockaville Courier, July 4th,
Wards Chapel on Farmington
circuit will be dedicated the 2nd
Sunday in July at 11 a. m. by Rev
M. H. Vestal. Everybody invited.
Miss Edith Clement of Norfbrk , "
Va., daughter of the late Capt. W.
A. Clement of this place, was mar
ried Tuesday, June 25th to Mr.
Kenneth, of Norfolk, Va. A long
and happy life is our wish ' for
Mrs. R. P. Clingman died at her .
home in Winston-Salem-last Fri- x
day in her 38th year. Mrs. Qling
man was a woman of splended
Christian character, she was. the .
daughter of the late F. B. Ward
of Farmington. The remains were
intered at Bethleham church this
county on Saturday. Mrs. Cling
man leaves a husband and four
childrentb mourn her loss.
Wolves Pest ot Texas.
"Wolves are getting to be such a
pest in Texas that the Legislature
recpassed a calp'lairtimji
aKuhty for each, one siaihi?
ixesentatrve , .oarieson
--'Our.- sheep and ; goat breeders
have sufferd great losses , through
the depredations on their flocks f
Not long since I lost, seven fine
Angoras in one day, and unless
some immunity from the miserable
wolves can be had it is useless to -keep
in the buisiness of breeding
animals for them to destory. The
wolves are of two kinds-the small
gray timber wolf and the big black
wolf which revels in killing sheep
and young calves. They are equally "
cunning in evading schemes . aimed
at their distraction. Some sort
of intuition tells them to let alone
a piece of poisoned meat. Then
after making breakfast from a
slauhtered lamb, Mr. Wolf will
start for pastues new and by night
fall will be thirty miles , distant
from scene of his morning crime."
erated twice a day between these
points. During the summerwhen
the roads are good this couldeasily
be done and it looks like it would
A Mocksville report says that J.
Wj, and W. R. Felker cut and
shocked over 800 shocks of wheat
and rye on 80 acres in 8 1-2 days
with three horses and a six foot
binder, without other help. The
writer never did anything, like
this, being a town dude, and
d e'su't know if it is a good job or
not, but it sounds big and must
bn worth telling again.
Rev. Dr. John H. Grey, former
pasor in Lexington and later iri
Faiisiury, is supplying the David
sou charge during the summer in
the absence of the regular pastor.
W. Lee Harbin, the well-known
Lexington contractor and builder,
has been awarded the contract for
building the new Hay Street Meth
odist church in Fayetteville.
This edifice is to be a .thoroughly
modern "church building and will
cost upwards of $S6,000
The Right Naae: , A
Mr. August , Sherpe, tb popu
lar overseer of the poor, at' Tqrt
Madison, la.,; says: Dr Zing's
New Life Pills, are rightly named ;
they acijoadre agreeably, do more
good and, .make one ,iel better
than any other laxative." ' Guar
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