5c -fs?'s"!B pi
It is an occasion that no'thrifty man will want to miss,
C Y practically any style you iant, in a single orjiouble-breasted
y productions and splendid making and materials. These
- Men's Suits at $3.90Wobl materials that were $7 50
Men's Suits at $4.90 All wool garments that were. $i000
Men's Suits at $7.90 Very fina suits that were $13 50 to $1500
Men's Overcoats at $3.90 Black, blue, and Fancy Cheviots that
were $7 50'
Men's Overcoats at $4.90 Extra long or medium, guaranteed to
- - - -be all wool that were $10 00 . . - - ; .
O Boys Winter Suits and
BELOW COST. We have
U uome ana oe conyincea.
ANOTHER OLD SOLDIER GONE.
Peter Ritchie Died Sunday Nlg&t. Parson
age Built ea Higbest Laidio Cosptj.
Faith, Feb. 8rd. Peter Ritchie,
an old Confederate veteran, died
at the home of his son, James
Ritchie, Sunday night. He will
be laid to rest at Saint Paul's -tomorrow,
where the funeral will
. take place.-. For many -years he
lived and farmed at his home
about five miles West of Salisbury,
but at the, death of his wife re
cently he moved to his son's to
make his home.
January 27th,U908, Sady, the
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charley Ross, died. She was four
or five -years old. The funeral
services were held next day. -
The new phone that recently
run through Faith is the' busiest
little line we ever saw and is
a great help to the people. ' It
runs into the, depot at Granite
Quarry and lots of people are pay
ing toll to get to talk to the agent
about their freight, etc.
Bev. C?B. Heller and family
moved into their new residence
here January 29th, 1908. This'is
the largest residence in Faith and
stands on a high knowl over look
' ing the town of Faith, and a good
view of Salisbury and the Blue
Ridge mountains can be had from
thejtop of ithebuilding. W.
Kinney, of Lexington, N. C, was
the builder. ?
. vjirs. Lawson McCombs has re
turned home from Morganton and
gone to-housekeeping. She was
glad to see her family and her
little children and has been re
stored in mind and, health.
Geo. M. Shupingand Miss Mary
Goodman, the newly married
couple, are visiting frieads in
Faith. We hope hope they will
D. D, Peeler, one of the oldest
citizens in Faith, is confined to
his room, sick at his son's, George
Peeler, Bame & Co., with sever
al teams, are haulipg granite cem
etery curbimg to Chestnut Hill
cemetery to enclose the family lot
of J. F. RulfsV
Mrs. Nannie Wyatt, widow of
Tom Wyatt, died JPebruary 2nd,
1908, age nearly 85 yeS'rs She
lived in the settlement of Saint
Matthew's church in her younger
days, of which church she was 'a
member and attend regularly, but
for many years she had been
making her home with her only
son, Jesse Wyatt. She leaves six
grand children and' two great-Grrand-children.-
She war laid tn
rest in Shiloh church cemetery. -4
Chas. Jl. Peeler and brother,
J: L. Peeler, have sold their en
gine and wood shop equipment to
Trexler, McCombs & Co. They
hope to be running , in a short
time. ' Venus. -
Mrs. E. D. Charles, of Harbor,
Maine, speaking, of Electric Bit
ters, says: "It is a neighborhood
favorite here with us." It de
serves to be a favorite everywhere:
It gives quick relief in dyspepsia,
' liver complaint, kidney derange
ment, malnutritionY nervousness,
weakness and general debility, -Its
action on the bloody as a thorough
purifier makes it especially useful
as a spring medicine. This grand
alternative tonio is sold under
guarantee at allxlrug stores, 60c,
r ; ry-" ' "'oBDDir: ,,,,nnn rnaQQDOOi - OOP
Overcoats: must go and are being sold at cost and many instances
m aiTV m Orfl nff ftri n Cta tn mn1r vnn hnt Via Bnoo TiAf olTW if -
ZIP SUITH TO SPEAK AT ROCKWELL
TAe Junior Order to Hare a Grand
Gold Knob, Feb. 3. I reckon
the ground bog saw his shadow?
- Mrs. Minnie Morgan and Mrs.
W. M. Stowjr are on the sick list
this week we are sorry to note.
The painting of the school house
has been completed which adds
beauty, to its appearance.
The Morgan Sawmill Co., has
about finished the sawing of E. A.
Goodman's timber at this place.
It is not definitely known, just
where they will move to. Mr.
Goodman will move his mill on
the Clodfelter place near here.
Murray L. R. Trexler is prepar
ing to build a nice residence near
his father, Z. G. Trexler.
Harvey J. Brown is puttiog the
finishing touches on his barn by
buildingBheds around it.
N. C. Park and H. J. Brown
have swapped houses.
- The Graft Mining Co., is work
ing fall sway near here. We hope
this will be the means of' helping
many out of the grip of the panic
On Thursday night, February
18th, 1908, Z. P. Smith, lecturer
for the Junior Order, will lecture
in the Ju niorhall at Rockwel 1 .
Bro. Smith is an able speaker,
haviDg been State councilor, he
is in a position to know the ob
jects rules and usages of the or
der. It is our request that all
who are members of the Jr. O. U.
A. M., and those who are not, but
are in sympathy with thtS good of
our country, come out on the 13th
to hear this able and distinguished
orator. The doors of the hall will
be thrown open to all. -You are
welcome. Come ! Remember the
date nnd the place : Rpckwell,
Thursday night, February 13th,
CURE YOUR KIDNEYS.
Do Not Eodaoger Life When a Salisbury
Citizen Shows You toe Core.
- Why will people "continue to
suffer the agomies of kidney com
plaint, backache, urinary dis
orders, lamenesB, headaches, lang
uor, why allow themselves to be
come chronic invalids, when a cer
tain cure is offered them?
Doan's Kidney Pills is the rem
edy to use, because it gives to the
kidneys the help they need to per
form their work. v ,
. If you have any, even one, of
the symptoms of kidney diseases,
cure yourfeelf now, before diabetes,
dropsy or B right's disease sets in.
Read this Salisbury testimony.'
J. B. Robinson, residing at 121
E. Liberty St., Salisbury, N. X3.',
says : 'I recommend ' Doan's Kid
ney Pills very highly as I believe
them to be exactly as represented
For years I suffered from backache
und .at times the pain across my
back was so severe as to 'unfit me
for work. At night I oould not
rest and consequently, arose in the
morning . feeling very- tired and'
listless. After using Doan's Kid
ney .Pills a short time all these
troubles disappeared and I am
now in the best of health; I high
lyrecommend Doan's Kidney.Pills
to others sufferingi in : a similiar
manner.' ' ' :::'-r J
: "For sale by all" dealers. Price
50 cents'. Foster-Milbnm ' Co.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents for
the United States. u 4 f ; S 3
'Remember .the nabie Doan's
and tako no' otherr ' ;"
'.' , -. . ; ' '.. '." ; ' ;"s
Subscribe to Teb Waxohkiv,
UINIX8 OPERATIONS AT 60U HILL.
IStill SCD6 Cases of Typoid Ferer.
Old-Time Spelling Bee.
Gold Hill, Feb. 8. If the
ground hog did not see his shadow
on. yesterday, I guess the Klondike
weather we are having was suffi
cient to intimidate and drive him
back to his'hole. The themome
ter registered 13 above this morn
ing and on yesterday it was 16.
This is the coldest morning we
have had this winter.
A company of nine of the stock
holders in the Southern mine are
here from Cleveland, Ohio, and
held a meeting, the result of
which has not been mader public,
though it is rumored several
changes will be made.
Both: the Southern Mining (Jo.'s
stamp mill and the Gold-Hill
Copper Co.'s mill were in opera
tion last week,, but the extreme
cold weather prevailing now froze
up some-of the piping and ma
chinery at the Gold Hill Copper
mill which necessitates a tempo
rary shutdown until repairs can
made. Two car loads of gold ore
from the 800-foot level taken out
of the "Newman shoot" have
been shipped to Perth Amboy,
There was a regular old-time
spelling bee held at the Bethanj
school house last Wednesday
night between the members of the
Bethany school and the Gold Hill
public school. The Gold Hill
pupils going to Bethany ; and de
feated them in a content whioh
was very close. Bethany will
come here and the-spelling will be
repeated in a few days.
Miss Dora Wilhelm is visiting
at Miss Clara Proctor's.
Little Sadie Morgan has typhoid
Remel Myers is very sick, she is
threatened with fever.
Mrs. Laura Jenkins is very sick
with la grippe,
. Will Small, wife and baby are
visiting his mother. They have
been in Arizona- for some time.
The baby, which is 18 months
old, has taken pneumonia and is
Geo. McCarnes has another se
rious attack of his old trouble,
kidney and bladder trpuble.
Now that th legislature has
practically ratified the Governor's
rate compromise of 2 cents per
mile, and left r the prohibition
to the people to vote on, we hope
times will get belter and .more
public ork start up, but wait,
"we shall see what we will see."
, Robert Morgan is placing the
materials with which he contemn
plates building a dwelling house
on his lot.
Mr?. J ulia Morgan is having
her barn and all outhouses cover
ed with a nice shingle roof which
will greatly enhance their vafue.
' - '' ' Mike.
BOSTUN'S X ROADS 7 -
Feb, 8.- We have had the cold
est weatherr-of the winter.; The
thermometer registered 20 degrees
below freezing.' ' ,, 1 v
There have been a number of
cases of pneumonia in this section
during the past .three weeks. v
"Mrs. Rebecca Hill Has been very
low for ten days with pneumonia,
but is a little betterat this writ
ing Her son and daughter, John
and Zetta, are also .yery low at
this time with pneumonia We
MensQvercOats at $7.90Blackt Oxford, Grey, tan, aiso Craven-
. ette Overcoats that were $13 50 ta$15 00
Men's Pants at 95b-Cordurojs,- mixed tweeds and cheviots thaV
' ' , - - - were $1 50 to $2 00 .
Men's Pants at $1.95 guaranteed all wool Cheviots, Worsteds,
Tweeds and Fancy Caesimere that were $3 0 to $4 00
wish them a speedy recovery.
. Mrs, T. A. P. Roseman,v who
has been in her bed for two weeks
with rheumatism, is abb to be
Little Floyd Sidea, who had
pneumonia, is' able to be out
again we are glad to say.
Miss Belle tirewalt, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Stirewal.
who was attending school at . Mt.
Pleasant Seminary, died of ty
phoid pneumouia there the 27th
of January. She was brought to
Ebenezer church where the funer
al was preached vby her pastor,
Rev. H. A. Trexler, and her re
mains were laid at rest in the
We hear a few talking about
prohibition , but we would rather
hear them talk.ng about putting
rock in the public road, and meat
in the smokehouse and bread in
the kitchen. We think that
bread and meat and good roads
are of gnqre benefit at this time to
us than prohibition.
We learn that George Shuping
and Miss Mary Goodman, of Lit
aker, went to Concord last week,
came back man and wife. We
extend bqpt wishes to the contract
ing parties. " . Ajax.
P&In In tb head Data urrwhen, hM tta atnas.
Pfcln licongestiop, paiq U blood prMauie nothing
Im BSOftllr. At wmL to wn Dr. fihaon. and ta
Mvn It he has created little pink tablet. That
TMMet eauea vi. atHBQjyg Headache Tablet
eoaxet blood preassre a war from pain center.
Its effeUeharaiina. pleasingly delightful. Gently,
thoaxh tafely. it Barelr auallsea th blood dicw
If too hare a headache, ft blood preonrs.
If ifi painful periods with women, tame cause.
If you are aleepleta. restless, nervous, if blood
concesttan blood pressure. .That surely is a
certainty, for Dr. Snoop's Headache Tablets stop
it in 20 minutes, and the tablets simply distribute
the unnatural blood pressure.
Bruise toot flnrer. and doesnt it ret red. and
wen. and pain root Of course it does. It's con.
faction, blood pressure. Ton' U find it w
is always. Irs simply Common Sense.
WsseU at 25 cents, and cheerfully ret
YOu'U and it where pain
GRIMES DRUG CO.
Capital $20,000 00
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
SALISBURY, N. C
Two Valuable Farms For Sale.
We- offer for sale eheap r the
Captain Wilson Farn in South
Rowan and near-Mill Bridge ; con
sists of about 120 acres including
one of the very lst pieces of bot
tom land in the State; has plenty
of timbertwo good dwelling
houses, and is located in the best
farming section of Rowan county ;
ft is known as the Old Wilson
For price- and terms apply or
write to pur office.
We also offer for quick sale a
46 acre farm three miles outj of
Salisbury; lias good five room
new dwelling ; good barns ; pas-?
tures and lots fenced ; would make
a splendid dairy farm. Can be
bought now for $1,500.
We pay 4 per cent, on money in
savings department, adding the
interest to. the principal every 90
days, and offer every safe guard to
the depositors, r :
- We also loan money on real es
tate and personal security.; -J
D, Julian, ,1. D. Noewooi,
- President, Cashier.
P. H. Thompson,. J. A. Pxblxb,.
V.-President. ; -.p- Teller.
.1 I ; - - --i . ,. .... . . . !
Sale ol YaluaWe Lands lor Parlilion.
By virtue of an order obtained from
the Clerk of the Superior Court of
Rowan County in the special proceed
ing entitled D A. Beaver and Lafayette
Beavt r vs William Earnhardt and wife
Alice Earnhardt et al., appointing the
undersign ?d Commissioner to sell-eer-tain
lands-for partition, I will expose
for sale at public auction for cash at
the court house door in Salisbury, N. 3,
Satarday, Jyiarcb 7th, 1908,
at the hour of 12 M; the following de
scribed lands: "
Beginning at a ftp,ke, corner of No. 4,
thenae north 25 chains to a stake on di
vision Jine, corner to No. 4,ihence
wst 5 chains to poplar on division,
thence south 25 chains on theoldli"e
to Dostxak. thence east 5 chains on the
old line to the beginning, containing
Another lot, beginning at stake,
thenoe nortli 25 chains to stake on di
vision line, corner to No. 10, thence,
west 20 chains on the division line to a
stake, thence south 25 chains on line
wilh No. 5 to stake on the original,
lince, thence east 20 chains on the old .
original .line 10 me uegimiiu, uuiimiiii
ing 50 acres, the same being lots Nos 1,
2 and 3 in the division of the lands of 1
John Beaver. !
This Dec. 31st, 1907
JOH L. KENDLISMAJN
(jluTl6S W, WOOdSOIl, H. D.,
,. ; ,
J-ACVJl tU-lVA UU1 gCl J .
Offers his Professional Services to the
Public. Office Phone 600; Ees. 336 J,
OFFICE: Wachovia" Bart Building.
FOR 5 ALE. Flour: Perfection,
Straight, and Pancake : Buck-
wheat Flour, Meal, Chops, Corn,
Wheat aud Oats, Mixed Feed.
CHICK. US AMD EGGS FOB SALE.
HAVE one dozen each of fine thor
oughbred S. White Leghorn.
ana wnite Wyandotte uonker
eli for pale, also eggs from the
same breeds. Leghorn eecs at
$1.00 for 15, Wyandotte eggs $1 50 for
15. Should you wi ih fine chickens buy
your eggs and cockerels from me.
GRANITE BELT PODLIfiY FaRM
D. A. HODGE,, Propr.
- Salisbub, N C.
THE STATE'S STRONGEST
Over Five Million Dollars Assets
4 PER CENT.
intesest guaranteed on money re
maining three months in the SaV
ing department yet you can get
your money when you want it. J
Wachovia Loan & Trust Co.-,
SaUsbury Savings Bank Building.
THE ROOSTER CRIED
"I eonld swear if I tried .
"That there croea a hnnnefr
With my tail feathers on itVi
Something to crow about is
bur Sample Shoes at 67c . on
the dollar. Have you seen
our new arrivals in our Long
WearjShoes? : If not you're
behind the times. Better eall
on us to-day and niaka your
selection before the holid ay J
rush. Uur stocky is the lar
gest in the city to pick from.
nnunu n innu v
wpmsm mm mmrnm
" r- Men's Fur Hats al95o That were $1 50 -urr
i TTnT Hri ft 1 .4-5 That were $2 00 to $2 50 -
Shirts ai29cAU; Linen, slightly
'"Zr . were $100
Men's Socks at 10c Heavy half woDl tnat were uc
Men's Socks at 15c All wool, very heavy, that were 25 to 35
We are still giving away
all who pay a year's subscription, in advance, to The Caro
lina Watchman. Pay np and get one for a Christmast gift.
The superlatively satis
factory Southern standard
eookiug-fat that has made
tfie Sputh famous. ;Pure
cotton seed oil, super-refined
by our exclusive
Wesson process. The
a,cme of purity, whole
someness, and economy.
, MewTorkjSav(wtoMtlavtaJew Chicago)
v, Duriug September we "will
offer for CASH a number c f-.
Two-Horse Wagons at CDSt.
COST I Think of it. If
yuu neea a wagon now or
expect to need one later you
-will make money by pur
cHashing NOW. If you will
investigate we can shawyon
where youare saving at
least 15 percent., and a lit
tle later, more than tEat
figure. , r-
A We offer for CASH only, at COST, are the Mit6h
A ellr Virginia and Barber. These " wagons have
7m gained a reputation through MERIT onlv. and mir
s satished customers stand as amonument to this
g fact. Convince yourself as to the saving in price
7 and quality of goods offered . .
. The reason for the offer ef -Two Horse Wagons at COST
7o in nlr 16 J0 dl?tinoe handling two-horso waeons
S L r6 onrs?lv to the sale ofjO.-e-horse Wagons, fine
' GrateJ S81f and Carriage8antel8, Ti eaDd
damaged by water, that
South Main St.,
; SALISBURY, N. C Q
those splendid pocket knives to
COTTON OIL CO
Jis large and cpmpased of the
r latest-styles and are nttA
tprlcea'to attract he most
indifferent purchaser. -
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