Stomach trouble is but a symptom of, and not !
In itself & true disease, we tninK of Dyspepsia,
Heartburn, and Indigestion as real diseases, yet 1
they are symptoms, only of a certain ipeclfie 1
Nerve sicKness nouung else.
It was this fact that first correctly led Dr. Shoos
in the creation of that now very popular 8tomach
Remedy Dr. Snoop's Restorative. Go In direct
to the stomach nerves, alone brought that success
and favor to Dr. Shoop and his Restorative. With,
out that original and highly vital principle, no
such lasting accomplishments were ever to be had.
For stomach distress bloating, biliousness, baa
-i. .... ' I
breath and sallow complexion, try Dr. Snoop's Creates strength for aged, vreaK.-
Kslitf&iixsXanlets orU aula and see for vouiv I j ,1
uif what it can and will do. We sell and cheer I f ... . .
and strengthens weak lungs.
Vlnol is a Cod Liver preparation
true-r-that's why it is valuable
but it contains no oil and is
delicious in warm weather. -
The T. W. Grimes Drug Co.
GRIMES DRUG CO.
flade Just for You.
It stands to reason that in
making flavoring extracts for
our own trade, and requiring
only a moderate profit, we
can supply better . extracts
than some distant manufac
ture who mast provide for
two or three profits.
There is a distinct saving
here that eoea into the qual
ity of our .extracts. Try
them for cooking and sea how
much fresher, stronger and
more appetizing bur extracts
SALISBURY DRUG CO.,
115 N. Main St.
Executor's Wee to Creditors. -
" Notice is hereby given to all persona
having claims or demands of any kindJ
wnatsoever against Tobias MiUier, de
ceased, to present the same duly seri
fied to the undersigned,- executor, on
or Deiore tne& day or July, iyo, or
this notice will be" plead in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate are required to make im
mediate settlement. " -This
the 9th day of July, 1907.
GEORGE J MILLER,
executor of Tobias Miller,
Rockwell, N. C.
-- HIE HOUSE, i '
' " j --."L July 4tbr
R. Frank Miller, of Granite
Quarry passed tthroagh . our to wn
this Tnojuirig eh route to . Pool "to
spend the Fourth with -relatives. -
The Bean. Threshing Machine
Co., has employed A. L. Ketchey
to do some work ou their Vboiler,
Saturday, July 13th, so as to have
all tilings in teadiness for start
ing out Monday following.- .
Crops are looking fine. Wheat
is good, fall oats are not much,
but corn is growing very fast.
We had a good rain Tuesday.
v - - - -. .. r-
Mrs. Ar L. Ketchey vis i ted
David Ketchy Sunday, July- 6fchf.
Eli Morgan has corn silks al-
readdry. I think he has roast
ing ears. .
Fireman's Eipfirlence Tarns His hair From
- Black to Wblfe InaDay.
The Arrival pf the big . Uteamer
Arizonan yesterday brought "a
harrowing tale of a battleJbetween
Frank Fonda a member , of the
crew and a shark in the water
tit Saliiia Cruz, in which tlie shark
with bis teeth tora the fore arm
off the unfortunate sailor. Three
fingers.were ground in the massive
jaws of the big fish, while Fonda's
right foot was almost severed.
The tragedy occurred on a hot
day while the Arizonan was ly ing
at SalinaCruz, about forty mem
bers of the -crew went bathing
among the breakers. Fonda's com
panions observed him waving his
arms wildly in the air aa if to beat
off somthing and tbensink be-
We visited the section where neatn tne wayes. iney tnougnt
the -hail beat the vegetation to however that he was playing-the
pieces some weeks ago. The corn drowning trick and laughed
has come out and looks very well, Soon the water where Fonda
only a little' ragged near - the bad been swimming became dyed
ground. v a blood red and the man's compan-
. . '. ions secured a" boat and pnt out
vve peopie oi mis section wuuiu
I, the undersigned, have taken
the agency to sell the Greenville
be glad for the road supervisor to
have some work done on the Gold
Hill road People along the road
& Funday washing machines for have to fill up gullies and ruts be-
the Greenville, Michigan, Com- fore they can haul their wheat.
Danv. Thev are what the Deonle
1 I r . . i 1 a I . - . . -
want, they are the best washers most people nave neir wneai Iplainly see a piece ot Fonda's toot.
made, they give perfect satisfac- hauled and ready for the thresh- Two of the men beat the shark off
to save him. As theyapproached
the spot where the blood colored
the water there was a swish" and
the shark coming to the surface
rolled over displaying its glittering
belly." In its jaws the men could
tion in, every respect, they are ,'nr manbSnnr
guaranteed to wash wristbands
and collars perfectly clean with- Blackberries are ripeaud a
out any hard rubbing or wash- eood croD.
hnarrl Wnch nnvfhiiicr fmm .t.hol
smallest garment to the heaviest ner cagie, - 7 oi oausoury,
bedding. They are guaranteed to spent baturday mgbt and bunday
la8ttwelve years,, guaranteed to with his father, Daniel Eagle.
criXTCk norfAf oofiof aifinn in -oxrofTT
respect or money refunded. I
m Claw Hammer
Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer,
Greatest Blood Purifier Free.
If voiir blood Is Impure thin, diseased, hot !
or fall of humors. 11 yon have blood poison,
cancer, carbuncles, eatlngsores, scrofula, ec
zema, itchinar. rislmrs and bumps, scabby.
pimp r, skin, bone pains, cata rh rheuma
tism, or any blood or skin disease, take Bo
tanic Blood Balm, (B B B) Soon alt sores heal
nf-hps and nains stop and the blood is made
pure and rich Druggists or by expre a $t per
large bottle sample free by writing mooa
Balm Co Atlanta. Oa. BB B Is eapecialfy ad
vised for chronic, deep-seated eases, as it
cures after all else fails
have the right to sell in Rowan
county. I will keep them on
hand and sell reasonable." For
, further information write me or
call. ! will canvaes the county
Yours very truly,
DANIEL EAGLE, Act.,
3m. R. F. D. 2. Richfield. N. C.
Levi Trexler had a call in Pro
vidence township laBt week to doc-
with oars and then diving brought
to the surface the mutilated body
of the fireman.
He was taken ashore and was
found to be still living, A litter
was made upon which Fonda was
placed and taken to the hospital.
He is now at the hospital at Salina
Cruz fighting between iife and
death. His hair had turned from
a jet black to white. It is ex
pected that he will lose his foot and
several fingers. The shark meas-
Che weis wfco read
given in this;:space
in next week's paper,.
wilUtheh- know7 ;why
SCHNAPPS and other of
the Reynolds' brands, aashownr
by Internal Revenue statistic
for a fiscal yeaimadd ith
wonderful gain of six and one-
fourth million pounds, or a net
gain of one-third of thejentire
increased consumption of
chewing and smoking
tobacco in the United
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Where to Go to Buy
OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Head of the State's Educational System.
tor on a sick
-Geo. Trexler killed a crane last
Saturday that measured 6 ft. from
tip to tip of wing and the same
from toe to bill.
P. N. Trexler wife visited
his father-in-law Joseph Eagle,
Pola Trexler and family visited
at J. T. Cranford's Saturday
We think Dr. Morgan is going
into the huckleberry business as
. ii i j
We also do first-class repairing comes aown in me ourueu
on. short-notice and at reasonable woods quite often, lookout Doc
prices, tor, you will get full of red "chig-
horse for Libress ured ten feet in length.
When in need of good, reliable,
single or double wagon or buggy
Home-made Harness don t fail to
hunt up our piace on the corner
Inn is and Lee Streets.
Our line of Saddles,
Bridles, Halters, Whips, Brushes,
Combs. Robes. Harness Oil and
Wa -see Mr.
Tyack's clerk did
LIBERTY X ROADS-
Poole and Jackson College base
ball teams played a match game
Saturday, The score was 13 to 18
in favor of the Poolejboys. "Big !
Tom" was Poole's crack pitcher.
Uther teams desiring to nire a
pitcher will do well to get "Big
Charlie Brady and Gideon
Troutman left for the mountains
last Monday morniog, .where they !
will work on the railroad.
Kev. Jamee Wilson preacnedia
sood sermon at Liberty last Sun
Dock Morgan visited at John
Library contains 45,000 volumes. New
water works, electric lights, central
heating system. New dormir .
tories, gymnasium, -Y. M.
O. A. building, library.
73a STUDENTS. 74 N FACULTY.
The Fall term begins
Sept. 9, 1907. Address
Francis P. Venable, President,
CHAPEL HIM., N. 0.
other horse supplies is always not heed our warning as he went irexier s last ounaay.
complete and ready for inspec acros8 tne creek again Sundav. It Thaddeous Earnhardt visited
tl0We solicit a portion oi your ? ftt drowned Thaddeus don't Miss Lucy Lentz last Sunday,
patronage and iuvite you to call blame us, we told you in time. LH le Bin mngt CQme
and see our stock. We think the panthers got af- again and give us some more good
If your horse is injured in any rR Hm ftfj fae oea not 0 neWs about that clerk going sport
way get a bottle cf our Horse . ' . . 0 tt
Liniment. No cure, no pay. ' down as 8ual- lug- He re weU Phased about it.
- 1 1
There is a rumor that two par- J. A. Ribelin &'Son are moving
ties near Liberty X Roads will go and getting their new saw mrll in
into cohoot and trap this winter, shape for future work
You will hear more later.
A Valuable Tract of Land For Sale.
I will sell my farm on, the the Gold
Hill and China Grove public road, 2
miles from Rockwell. 154 acres good
land, 40 acres in timber, 2 acres in
meadow. Hs fine orchard, a good
dwelling of 9 rooms Running water
at four places on farm. Half mile to
church and school. Good neighbors
near Land is level and in good con
dition for machinery,
H. W. BOST,
7.3 4t. - Rockwell, N. G.
Executor's notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
Vmvincr p.laims or demands of any kind
whatsoever acainst Sarah A . Barrier,
dffPR9Pd. to oresent the same duly
worififl t.n the undersigned executor
on or before the 14th day of June, -
1QAQ iia nntlflfi Will D6 Plead in
hamf their recovery. All persons m-
AuUtA tn aairl estate are rtauired to
make immediate settlrment.'
This thellthlay of June, 1907.
FRANK A. BARRIER,
executor of Sarah A. Barrier,
B. B. Miileb, atty. .-. Spencer, N. O.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to all per
claims against the estat
cf the late John W. Noah, to present
them to the undersigned admstrator
on or before the first day of July, 1908,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of
theirjeeovery. -All persons indebted
to this estate will please make pay
This 24th day of J une, 1907-
MRS. NANCY NOAH,
administrator of J. W Noah.
Burmon Cbaige, attorney. 6t
Hartline & Co.
Phone 483, 130 East Inniss St.
at prices in reach of all call on
Everything r3 we do19
euaranteed to ufrrr be up-to-
date Dentist- ry. We
-extract teeth with as little pan as
p.acticable. Hive usa tiial.
' Office 122 W.. Main Street,
Dr. FOX, Manager.
4 Per Cent.
Tell Kluttz, visited at Geo
Trexler's Saturday night.
Walter Ribelin aud Walter
Eagle went to an ice cream sup
per Saturday night at Joseph
Poole's in Providence township.
Beuett Goodman and wife vis
ited O. N. Morgan Sanday.
Don't forget two women preach
ers will be at the Holinesstjhurch
on the second Sunday in July, all
are invited to come.
L. A. Troutman and family
Theo. Trexler wentlto Richfield spent last Saturday and Sunday j
Saturdav evening to see his siBter at C, G Troutman's at Granite
R. T. Troutman, 'of Salisbury,
We have on hand lOOlbs of pound-paper
which we have decided to close out at 20cts.
per pound, worth 30cts. ' -t- " .
Envelopes to match worth 15cts will sell at
lOcts. We also have a lot of box-paper
which we" will close out at less than cost,
from lOcts to 50cts, worth 25cts to $1.25.
Mrs. N. J. Arey.
Mrs. A. T. Kluttz nH daughter
visited at Uncle Tom Jackson's
last Sunday, Seems that there
was lots of visitations last Sun
have been canning blackberries.
Miss Carrie B ime, who has been
sink with t. mhoid fever, has im-
proved so she can be up in the day, but Gumpsy stayed at home
Fish WortL Catching
We pay 4 per cent, on money in K Thfl tflik annd the club table
savings department, aaaing ine ,
interest to the principal every 90 shifted to fish and fishing, with
days, and offer every safe guard to tn?nBual. astonishing consequen-
We also loan money on real es
tate and personal security.
THE PEOPLES' BANK AHD TRUST XO.
D. R. Jdxian, J. D. Norwood,
P. H. Thompson, J. A. Peeler,
Take the Postmaster's Word for it.
Mr. F. M. Hamilton, postmas
ter at"Cherryvale, Iud., keeps al
so a Stock of general merchandize
and patent mtdiciues. He says:
'Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Rembdy is stand-
man who was fortunate enough- to ' ard Uere m us line, it never rails
T.ho hAat. nav fl , . . .
l.tlf m ' J it
ces. wen, gentlemen , saio idb
tell the laBt story,
o Do You want a Piano?
J Do You want an Organ?
Do You want a Victor
Having qnaMfled as administratrix,
d. b. b. c. t. a. of David ilaneime, ae
ceased, late of Rowan county, N. O..
this i to notify aU persons' having
claims against the estate of said de
ceased to exhibit them to the under
signed on or before the 26th - day of
June, 1908, or' this notice wiU be
pieaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
pleasee make immediate payment. ,
This June 25th, 1907. CTT
LTJLA J. KESLEB,
Wawkb H, Woodson, atty.- 6
hnrrllv ftfTnrd to He withnnt it.
sport I ever bad wrs off the coast- For aale by jam8B Plommer, Sal
of southern California. There isbury, and Spencer Pharmacy
were three of us in th b:;at, each Spencer, N. C.
of us had three lineB out, and we ..- -
simply couldn't pull them out A treignt train was oaaiy uam
- , h aged on the Southern, i.ear Bur-
fast euougn. . j hrigton Sunday Jy a car jumping
-vvnatKina oi nsn vtbetrack. Noonewsliurt, but
ting?" asked an indulgent listen-' the prooerty damage was consider
T t able. About 15 cars were broken
"I don't know what the natives, UP
called them," said the fisherman,
jx4 Designs -
' frf " COPYRIGHtS Ac.
Patents taken tbrough Munn. Co. reoeiTe
wtfce. without cWtothe ai
year; ionr mom.uo, -j mm- - y j-
but they were big enough to be
"Maybe they were
Frank." suggested an
Whales-H' exclaimed Frank,
Thousands of people are daily
suffeiiijg with kidney and blad
der troublesr dangerous ailments
whales, that Bhould be checked promptly
irouicarDeWitt's Kidiey and Bladder
Pills are the best remedy for back
ache, weak kidneys, inflammation
ot the bladaer. ineir action is
with a look ot disdain, wiiaies nromnt and sure. A week's treat-
indeed 1 Why, man, we were bait-1 meut for 25c. Sold by. James
I ing with whales VI Flammez and all druggists,
If so, it will be to your advantage to visit our new
store and inspect the elegant lines that we carry. We
l 4.a; x ; xt it. i; r
are S9ie reprtJBt;iiLaLivt; in luiui vaiuiiiia xuj: mo
Weaver, Stultz &: Bauer, Capen, York, Shultz and Vf
Livingston pianos, and the Celebrated Weaver organs. U
We also carry the largest stock of Victor Talking.
Machines that is carried in any house m this part ot
the country, and have prepared a special booth to ac
commodate this pal t ot our business. -
1 We also carry all kinds of stringed instruments,
strings and sheet music.
You can buy on the Easy-payplan if you so desire;
Why should you longer postpone supplying your
home with music? . -
Give us a call, or write for catalogues prices and feTms. Respecefully,
Empire Block, . -
Salisbury, N. C.
G. W. FR1X & CO.,