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VOL. IV. : No- 7.
SALISBUpyN. O.VteDNESDAY, JKBRQAfiV. 5TH, 1908
Wm, H. Stewart, Editor.
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LEXIH6T0M AND DAVIDSON COUNTY.
William Lee 6ets ' a , Settlement. Pastor
Uekes a BooOecord.
LexiBffton DlspateSljin. 2tli. '-,-'-. -
F. Hunter, ; of Rowan county,
has entered suit through Walser
& Walser for damages against the
Southern, on aooount of alleged
personal injuries received in
South Carolina. The amount ask-
d is $2,000.
The Southern railway has ap
propriated $2,800 for immediate
improvements at the station in
Lexington and work is to begin
within a few days, and be com
pleted at the. earliest posssible
Last Wednesday morning at 1
oolock the main building at Lib
erty Institute, Wal Iburg, this
county, was burned. Prof. Vann,
tne principal, was in Lexington
and got the news about noon on
Wednesday. The fire is supposed
to have been caused by a defective
T. L. Moore for the past two
days has been enjoying muskrats
for dinner. He bought a lot from
a man and had them fixed up ac
cording to his taste at his board
ing house. Mr. Moore was reared
in Maryland on the Chesapeake
Bay, where 'muskrats are in high
favor. He likes them very much.
Chas. Roberts, the negro who
assulted Will Sechriest some
weeksltgo, was tried last week,
. Mr. Sechriest having become able
to get out again. The negro was
bound over in the sum of $300,
and in default of borfd was sent to
jail, ft will be remembered that
he slipped up behind Mr. Sechriest
and dealt him a fearful blow in
the back of the head.
.Last week G, M. Thompson -&
Company, of Tyro, hauled to Sal
isbury some ft), odd ;ba1esr ' of icot
ton, receiving 12 cents for same,
save -for one badly, stained -.bae,
which brought a little over 11
cents. The cotton was part
of the crop raise l in the
Tyro section and on the Holt
farm. Twenty-odd bales belong
ed to Messrs. C. M. and G. M.
During the latter part of last
week Dr. George L. Ley born, pas-IE.
tor of the JFirst Presbyterian
church in Lexington, was quite ill I
and was unable to be out until I
Monday, of this .week. Conse-I
quently he could not fill his ap-1
nointment at the church Sunday.
This is the hrst time in 83 years
that Dr. Levburn has missed an
appointment on account ' of sick'
ness, or for any otner reason a
record that perhaps, no minister
in the state can equal, and wbjch
few in the whole country can sur
pass, if, indeed, there is one any
where who can surpass it.
The case brought by , the negro
William Lee against'F. R. Loftin,
for monev alleged to have been
.secured from Lee, was settled Sat
urday by acompromise in which
the defendant paid to the plaintiff
the sum of $150, and the costs of
the case. It will be remembered
that the negro alleged that the de-
f endant got from him a total of
$198. and paid back $17. According
to these figures, then, the defen
dant has paid $167. The settle
ment affects the case which was
to have been tried before 'Squire
rVt. A. Heitman Thursday, but
UQOU . UUUUO
which was put of until Saturday,
in which the 100 note was involved
The other case, in-which the 481
AmiF Vioo k0o Iant t
court, but this will noti)e pushed,
, f Ko-Uinriff ..ifi
the aboveettlement. Public inter-
Jun centered "on thn orbb.
sentiment divided, some thinking
that the old negro was mistaken
in his claim -that all the, defen-
dant owed him was the $100-, rep
resented by 'the note, and the $17
which was repaid.
If you have Catarrh, rid your
mail you free, a, box of his -Dr.
ShDop's" Catarrh Bemedy." A aim-
pltfsingle test, will surely tell
vou a Catarrh truth well 1 worth
Jour knowing. Writer tdday.
Don't suffer longer.
"THE SALOON UUSt 80.':
The JUtl-SHoon League Issues a Call Jo
Arms. - ' - - :
To thejeo:pbof NobthCabolixa;
Wev and others of the Anti-Sa-loonagueV
called ' the temper
ance forces together to meet in
convention in the city of Raleigh,
on Jaur21st. The great conven
tion that assembled unanimously
asked the present Legislature' Vto
give- the State a statuary law
against the manufacture and sale
of liquor at the present . session,
but a majority of the members of
the Legislature, after, considering
the matter, decided to submit the
question to a vote of the people.
The "Long.Dowd" bill is now
law. It is a composite ' bill pre
pared by the beBt thought of tem
perance men inthe State. It is
not 4b stringent as some of us
would like it to be, but.it is an ex
tension of the Watts and WaW
bills, to the whole State. , On,
Tuesday. May 26th, the issue will
be presented to the people of North
Carolina, are you c'Foror against
the manufacture and sale
toxicating liquors?'' vThe -praise
for this - issue being, submit
ted to tne people of North Caro
lina is due to the great heart of
the mas8f-s of its citizenship de
manding this reform,., the minis-
ura nf t.ho fnano I nf npnno nnn I
good will towards men, those Sen-
ators and Representatives who
voted-for the bill, most of the
press of the State the educators of
the State, and to those splendid
men : senator J? ,M.
Judge Jeter C. Pritchard, Ex
Gov, Thos. J.. Jarvis, Gov. Robt.
B. Glenn, Ex-Gov. Chas. B. Ay-
cock, Josephus Daniels, Hugh ' G.
Chatham, S. Mcln.tyre, . J: A.
Hartness, Henry A. ' London, -G.
W." vXatts,- T. H.r.Vahderf ord, sj. J
j. sogers, Jienryrage, iranMiarmer oi no. xi:xownsnip,.fiiea
i rixT:.v -Tri- rn'i- vr.:- a . I
Tucker, J. D. McCall, Settle
Dockery, A. D. Ward, J. H. Pou,
W. Nr-Jones, L. L. Smith, N, B.
Biroughton, .H. Sprunt, E. ,T.
Cansler, Jas. I. j6hnson, Clarence
H.-Poe, Geo. P. Pell, R. B. White
W. I. Everett, Cameron Morrison ,
F. S. Blair, Thos. J. Shaw.'.Q. K.
Nimocks, W. S. O'B. Robinson,
F. Aydlett, A. M. Scales, R,
Lee Wright, -J. W. Bailey, W. F.
Snider, R,' L. Madison. W. T.
Shaw, J. L. Choat, W. B. Cooper,
Virgil S. Lusk, W. B Smoot and
others. The bill leaves intact the
higher local prohibitory laws now
in force in the several counties.
We have patiently borne for
years the galling yoke of the sa
loon, distillery and drink evil
with all "their attending curses
and woes. The time has come
when this enemy to the human
family must be destroyed. No
family, high r low, rich or poor,
has not-felt the. awful curse of the
habit. It is the canker worm that
has eaten into the heart of the
body politic; it has made the
sweet water of life bitter; the
taars that have been shed by an
army of mourners speak to our
heads as well as hearts.
"In tlje sweetest bud,
The eajbing canker dwells."
JSo race is exempt; especially is
it injuries to the negro, to whom
the white race owes a duty. The
people of the State, in the genera-
tions gone by, have resisted to the
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la8tfllcn :J rancy anPPre881
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i n rn o t t.xt a nn wrnncr i no nnwor m
w"u ,T ' " . ,J . . , .
e canea upon to ao oattie m
!a .W16U Iai8e arsamen
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AruPr . uuw WT u""f,B "
I tneir employment, ine mui ana
manuiaccuring ci me otate nave
refused to license," the "traffic
fraught with such evil to the
mora and material prosperity of
the community. How wonder
fully they have
prospered by so
This issue appeals to men of all
parties; to men of all creeds: it
"adeptly, above eed; above
nationalities ; it is a matter of
conscience. With .malic toward,
none, and with an eye single to
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fehe PQbho 8d cal1 P0Q U
to join with us in the contest,
CONCORD AND CABARRUS
Some Uore Deaths. 1
Concord rimeB, Jan 83-Sl
Bost, of f I
to the hospitalajtjSalisbujy' Tuesv'
aay. -xie nas oeen in pjoor neaitn
for some time, jand' went taBalis
bjiry wjth tne hope that, he would
be benefitted " X i - ' :v
iss Belle Stirewaltf a.pupil t
Mont" Amoeba. SemmaryVat -Mt.
Pleasant,, died there ' Monday
morning k She "had been sic): sever
al days with. typhoid pneumonia,
and was-about 18 yearB of age. She
was a.danghter of M. A. Stirewalt,
who lives in Rowan county ,t near
Bbensstfohiroh, and a litter of
Miss v Ada Stirewalt.' i the music
teacher at Mount Amoena.: :
. The employe who has nofr the
best interest of 'his employer at
heart, is not apt tdprove a success
iiu life. A mere time-server is
good for nothing -except to draw
his wages. He who puts hiswKole
mind, body and strength into wtt
he does certainly can do .the besl
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A marriage license was issued
Wednesday to Qeo. M. Shuping
and -Miss Mary Goodman. Bo$h
the parties.livd.in Howan couit.'
Rev. J. M. Grierthe newtaaTslfor
rf fVio TTirof ProaViTrforion wThnnih
will arrive tonight "with his fam.
lily, and begin his pastorate to
this church Sunday.
Mr. Alfred peot,ieB. of VoVfesfc
n:n j;-ji.mrj.-i-i.. -.Ij
77 v-ra ft ATnn- ofVJiooAro
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Berry E. Rimer diedjat his home
on East Pepot street UastFtidiy
morning after a long yliesssof
consumption, aged j82yi3sHf
leaves a wiie ana iojiFcniarenv
Johu p. Isenhour, a pronutienti
till. -jCliJl tJSft. 1 l.isl
attack of typhoid fever; which
was followed by pneumonia, and
for some time before jhis death his
life was dispaired of." '"Mr. Isen
hour was 87 years; of Hige, and
leaves his wife and four children,
the youngest only a few weeks o d.
Keeping to the Right.
Although one is taught, from
the first school books that the law
of the road is to keep to the right,
it has become necessary in several
of the larger state towns to pass
strict ordinances . and tack up
signs and' station policemen to
make vehicles keep to the right in
crowded thoroughfares. - In Char
lotte, after the first few days, the
a " ain
new law went Bmaotniy ana nas
proved very popular with every
bpdy. Congestion of traffic is tp
lieved, confusion abolished and
(dangers eliminated, while business
Bert Barber, of El-on. Wis.,
says: l nave only taken lour do
B6S 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 I want a perfect .cure."
Mr. Barber refers to DeWitt's Kid
nAT Ann hi arid St Killn 1 hftv a.r
ola bv jameB Plummer and al
If any haye madBj wittingly or
nnwittinirlv. entrtansline al-
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lianoes, hurtful to themselves, or
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tnegooa 01 01 tne numan iamny
we aPPeal to tnem to. sever-taeir
connection with the "body of this
Qeatn." re-assert tneir ireeaom
and w"hoo and enter the con
tesL We Especially appeal to
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those wio have been against us in
the past to forget-all differences
for the'public good and enter this
contest. It is-a- contest against
the salopn, distillery aud drink
evil, and not against the man;
an issue of merit and morals, and
nofc of men and oolitica. r
j Friends' of temperance, organ;
ize, work, watch and pray. If
this is done Victory is ours.
Jno. A. Oatks,
Chairman Executive Committee.
President of State Convention,
R. L. Davis,
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REVEALED HOARD IN A DREAM.
Dead 6randfatlier Showed Where He H
$4,000 In- an Otsr. .
Miss Lucy . Alvord -of Taylor-
N.: J., told iher brdther,
!laudera Sunday "mowing that
nergranaiainer,: wno aiea in
came to her in a dream the night
before, appearing so natural that,
although she had never see a pic
ture of Jiim, she recognized him
from her mother's description.
.H was middle aged and wore a
beard. In the , dream lie seemed
to shake Miss Alvord and arouse
her. She stared at him and was
about to speak, but he indicated
silence and motioned her to follow
She followed him into the kitch-
en of tne nouse, a wins tnat was
bnilt long before the revolution.
The house itself hadjbeen occupied
Hy the Alvord family for five gen
Stepping to the north side of
j tT,a man tk
side the fireplace. He stepped
inside the big oven and reappear-
ed with a stone jar which he set
on the table in the middle of the
room. Me then. seemed oblivious
to the presence of Miss Alvord,
and to her, in the dream, his con-
duct seemed perfectly natural,
He dug his hands into the creek
and brought them out filled with
gold pieces. ' He emptied the
crock on the table -and began to
tack and count the money. - He
made separate stacks of English
and American coins and of the
different denominations. He
made figures on a slip of paper,
whih he totaled and put in his
back into the crock and crawled
in td the oven. Mies Alvord peer-1
edin and saw bim wall up the ' One oi the'prettiest home wed
crock.witli.bncks and . porter dines ever witnessed in Stftteavill
JEg&$K?K ' Theven is
six jeei aeep ana ine new.waiJi was
scarcely noticeable in the great
noticeable in the great
depth. When all had been secur
ed the man closed and locked the
iron door. Then Miss Alvord
When she met her brother at
breakfast she told him the story.
Ther-vividness of her dream had
frightened her. But she insisted
that her brother attack the wall of
the oven. She was confident-tfeat
he would find the stone crock and
the treasure. He laughed at her,
but to humor her went at the wall
with a crowbar. The first light
blow went through the wail. A
few blows demolished it, and there
lay a crock- such as the woman
had seen in her dream.
The excitemnt of the sister and
brother knew no bounds. They
dragged out the crock and opened
it, and before theft eyes lay gold.
They emptied it on 'line kitchen
table a table made generations
ago out of a slab of pine. They
counted the money.
.In the heap of gold was four
thousand and some odd dollars.
The stacks weighed eighteen
pounds on a grocer's scales.
The hoard belonged to Silas
Alvord, the grandfather, in all
probability. He was the last of
the family to work an iron forge
on the place. He made anchors,
anchor chains and other imple
ments. When he died, in 1837,
it was thought he had a fortune.
Appaiantly, however, he left
nothing but the farm, valuable
in itself. Then his relatives
thought he had lost his money j&
Miss Alvord's story of the
strange dream and of the findi
of the 'noard of gold was told
about the countryside, and all day
yesterday neighbors heard her re
peat it and looked in the oven and
sav where the bricks had been
removed, New York World
Grippe is sweeping the country.
Stop it with Preventics, before it
gets deeply seated. To Nsheck
erarty colds with these little Candy
Cold Cure Tablets is surely sensi
ble and safe. Preventics contain
no Quinine, no laxative, nothing
harsh or -.sickening. Pneumonia
would never appear if early colds
wre promptly broken. Also good
for feverish children. Large box,
48 tablets. 25 cents. - Vest Docket
b xes 5 cents. Sold by -Giimes
STiVILLE AND IREDELL COUNT
aHeslroved biFIre. Roll
. Derset Quite Basy.
Statesville Landmark; Jan 28-31. - - :
Meesrs.'S. P. Eagle and Jas. XT
Milholland, who recently bought
the grocery business of C. Tur
ner & Son, have taken, charge of
the business. The firm name is
Eagle & Milholland.
Tha January term of Iredell Su
perior Uourt began yesterday,
Judge, Council, of Hickory, presi
The merantile firm of E. B,
Bost & Co., which has been oper
ating a store near the Catawba
river in Davidson township, hai
by agreement made a ilsed of as
signment to itireditcfts. HThe
company's liabilities are estima
ted at '..$8,000 and the assets at
$5,200. The deedwas made to
E. C. Miller, of Charlotte, trusj
A. A n 3 ir;n i i i
T' Daa WKeD
charge of the busiuessr Bad ac
counts that cannot be collected ie
r Ui iBUUI0'
Tuesday night, the' 21st inst.,
the residence of W. C. Johnson,
Sharpesburg township, was burp-
ea. ine alarm was given between
12 and 1 o'clock by the ringing of
the telephones. Mr, Johnson dis-
covered the fire about' 12 o'clock,
and suchheadway had already
been made by the fire that it was
with great difficulty that he saved
five of the children who "were
asleep up stairs, He dragged the
sleeping little ones from bed and
started them down stairs and was
himself so exhausted by heat and
smoke that be fell at the head at
the stairs and rolled down: The
bed clothing from one bed was
and the children
in this to protect them som the
took blace at thJhnni nf 7 a
jfnffTwmiinu .tV,- V, "rt
nessed the exchange of vows of
MisWessi9 Mae Rufty 'and James
Freeman Kelly. Rev. J. R.
Scroggs, pastor of Broad Street
M.' E. church, officiating,""
Mrs. J. T. Raymer, of Shiloh
township, reports that she has a
Jersey cow for which she paid $50,
that is a record-breaker. During
the past three months Jdrs. Ray
mer has sold 125 pounds of butter
made from the milk of this cow,
besides the butter used by her
family and another, family which
- 1 a
J Li. uornatzer, wno lives on
rural route No. 4, in Cool Spring
township? ate the last of last
year's crop of watermelons a week
ago today. The melon was onjy
medium size and was stored in
wheat for preservation. . When
cut 3?ridayjt was in good condi
tion and cold.
Mrs. Cornelia Sherrill Allison,
wife of John W. Allison, Esq.,
died Wednesday morning at 8
o'clock, at her home on Armfield
street, after an illness of about 10
days. Mrs. Allison was about 40
years old 'and is survived by her
husband and six children.
The postofEce atflfork Institute,
Alexander county, goes but of ex
istence today and patrons will b?
supplied by rural route from Hid-
The residences of J. K. Mor
rison, Dr. O. B. Mott and W. H.
Allison were entered by burglars
early yesterday morning. Noth
ing was missed from Mr. Morris
home. Dr. Mott lost a gun
and Mr, Allison a purse and
.... At the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel W. Stimspn, 732 Kelly
street, Wednesday evening at 7 :30
their daughter, Miss Madge, was
given in marriage' to Joseph Her
bert Richardsony of New Berne.
Henry Scott died yesterday
about 12 o'clock at his home on
West End avenue. His health
m m Is-. -a ft
nad not oeen good tor a .year or
two and for about three months
he had been confined at home. Mr.
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Scott was born in Posen, Prussia,
July 4, 1844, and would have been
t j ai -w- a
64 years old next July. In early
SALtlOKnSD DISPENSARY TOWNS.
Whiskey Is Kow Soli Mostly ie Small
, We hear lffrequently stated
that 95 pet cent, of - the State is
now undetprohibitiori; that is to
say, presumably, that: pecentage
of the popalatiomrjA prominent
Ashevile profiibitionlst stated
jyesteraay ' Hat; ; .ne understood
there are about' a dozen t saloons
left in the -State. There are few
saloon towns of puy size; but from
data which we believe, was com
piled by the Anti-Saloon League,
it appears'that there are today 46
saloon towns and 25 dispensary
towns. We have not at hand the
number of saloons and dispen
saries. Following are the coun
ties and towns jinwhich liquors
are sold without a doctor's pre
scription.: Saloons V eaufprt county, at
Washington; Oasvell. at Milton
and Yanceyville Craven j at
Vancboro; Edgecombe, at (Tar
boro, Pinetop, Macclesfield, s Old
Sparta, Leggetts, t Lawrence,
Whittiker, Battleboro, Rocky
Mount, gharpesburg, St. Louis,
Conetpe andrpakley; Fpyth, at
Wia8ton-Sjtlh ; Greene, at Snow
Hill, 'JsoifcitHalifax, at En
field, Halfand Tillery; .Mar
tin, at WJiamsburg, Hamilton,
Hassell, FTyerejte, Parmele, Gold
Point and: Bpbersonville ; Nash,
at RockyM6ig nd Battleboro ;
New HanyTrJaV Wilmington and
Wrightsvgitt; at Farmville,
Oakley, tpkpPactolus, Grimes
land andFbjntairi uBockingham,
at' Madam? f and Reidsville;
Rowan, at lalisburyj Wilson, at
Black' ,Creek, Wilbanks ' and
Dispenjiries i Alamance ennntv
at rafiinV; iBeaufort, at Ed
wards ; Bertie, ai Windsor and
Coleraine y rankln, it Louis-
burg; Granjme,. at Oxfcrdl and
orerj armiitaxTjai Weldon :
Qesyille ; Jobnstonv aTUfe1
iveii jones, a irenton; lnoir;
a Winston ; rerson, at Koxboro ;
Pitt, at Greenville, Bethel, Aydenl
ana 'faixiana: Kockinsnam. at
Mayodan ; Vance, at Henderson ;
Wayne, at Fremont and Eureka;
Wilson, at Wilson, Elm City and
Lucama. Ashevilte Gazette -
Editor Goes to Church.
A central Kansas editor says
We attended church some time
ago and listened to a very eoodtthiD8 hout the robbers being in
sermon, as sermons go. We en -
joyed the singing, and stood nD
witn tne brethren and sisters
l. - . M m . -
while they sang the good old hymn
"Shall We Know Each Other
mi Oil TTT 1 .
merer wnue tne Dvmn was
being sung we glanced around
about us and counted about a
dozen memherH nf thn nnnrracra.
tion of the church who dox hot
BDeak to each other when thvltO all was a considerable lOBS.
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meet on the street or elsewhere.
The thought occurred to us why
should thev 'know each other
there' when they seemingly ''don't
know! each other here?"
Everything taken into the stom-
n o orf oi t,ra WhAn fool
. . . . if
tnat your stomacn is no in good
order, that the food you have-eat-
en is not being digested take a
good, natural digestan.t that wUl
ao tne wozx tne aigestive luices
are not doinff. The best remedy
known today for all stomach
fcrnnhles ia TCodol. which is ffuar-
anteed to give prompt relief. It
is a natural aigestant: it digests
what you eat, it is pleasant to talce
and is sold here by James Plum -
mer and all druggists.
life he came to America and later
to North Carolina. - Thirty nine
years ago on the 7th of last Dec"-
.b he wa. maiedh, Salubur,
to Miss Caroline Irowenstein.
Alexr Williamson, a well-known
negro, is in jail awaiting trial on
a serious charge. He was arrest
ed on the streets Tuesday after
noon by Deputy Sheriff Gilbert
warrant nwnrn nnfc bv J. S.
Kerr.rging him with burgla,
izmg the Kerr home on Bell street
I and stealing a pistol from a table
in Mr. Kerr's room.
UOCKSYILLE AKD DAYIE COUNTY.
A Negro Child Burned to Death.
Robberies it Coofeemee.
Moekavlllft Courier, Jan. S, -
It is reported that several color
ed families near Advance have
The work; on the Sunday school
room at the Methodist church has
begun and will be pushed forward
to completion. -
A grand-child of Levi' Miller,
col., who, lives on Jthe .Salisbury
road, 2 1-2 miles south of ..town.
wa burned to death Tuesday eve
ning. The same old story,; child
playing with fire, clothes caught,
a dash across the yard death re
sults. It seems thev will never
learn, but it is sad never-the-less.
ABOUT .COOLEEMEE. -
Cooleemee Journal Jan. 81.
It is generally thought the burg
lars that broke in M. A. Foster's
store and others, are the Bame
rew that burglarized and burned
Cope & Jarvis' store in .North
Cooleemee on the 16th of this
month.. '' v
On Thursday morning-January
23, a fire broke out in the. picker
room which did considerable dam
age, but principally confined to
stock. There is now being more
hands worked in the mill than
ever before as they fi&ve .erected
several thousand new spindles.
The overseers are all in. good
spirits. " '
Mrsr William Penninger died on
the night of m January 28, at her
home on Main street. She leaves
husband and seven children.
foar girls and three
many mends to
mourn her ab
sence, sue was about 43 years
old. Her body was carriecL to
Woodleaf, , in Rowan .county,
where she was laid to rest in the
Methodist cemetery. The burial
servioeB were eonducted by Rev.
e. Gibson, J. W. Edwards and M .
A.. Foster's arore on last Thursday
ni2ht. 23rd. ' Gibson had left his
lotr.- minnto. afa a
He came back at 9 :15 and found
burelars had been in his store.
Mr. Edwards did not know thafr
! f hv hA hfin in bin f.nrA till noxt
morning as he did not sleep in his
store. They made the money
drawers see a hard time. Mr,
- J : :
Freeman, who was sleeping in Mr.
Foster's store did not know any
tne store till next morning, wnen
he awoke ne found his pants near
tne tront ena oi tne store. Mr.
Freeman was very much excited
over what had .been done, but
clad they' spared- his life. The
I robber. tk from the pants pock-
ets aPon f lo.OO in money and a
bunch of keys and many other
goods out pf the store, the amount
DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Ha-
zel Salve is best for cuts, burns,
boils, bruises and scratches. It is
especially good for piles. Sold by.
James Plummer and all druggists.
New Pastor it St. Matthew's,
AUO xwev. XX. xxunauu, Ul Aln'
'Jbama, havmg accepted a call to
g Matthew's E. L. church, near
Craven, this county, will preach
hi firf. ,rmnn nn th tmo.nnn
Sunday in February.
I wish that I might
all Sick ones about
cause of Stomach,
To explain in
gerson how weak Stomach nsrres
I leads to Stomach weakness. I
.1 l J1 - .. . 1 I
am sure wouia interest an. aqu
it is the same with weak Heart
or weak Kidnevs. This is whv
my prescription -Dr. Shoop's
Restorative bo promptly reaches
ailments of the Stomach, Heart
I JJLVV w . 4 aa m ivj , . TT vim
inside nerves simply need more
I L Ll. T-.-..-L - . 1
- for these nerves. Next to seeing
- 1 von oersonall v. will be to mail
off! you f ree, my new booklet entitled,
"What,iO VOSU 1 Will alSO JWnd
wiii surely interestNou. Address
j)tm Shoop, Box 8, Racine, Wis,
Grimes Drug Store.
M - -aFv 1 .