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November 16. The health of
this place is very good.
Arthur Beaver's baby was right
sick Friday evening, but is better
at this writing.
Miss Gertrude Trexler was in
Rockwell this morning on busi
ness. The public school will start to
morrow, November 17th. John
C. Peeler and Mi6s Daisy BoBt are
teachers. We with them success.
A large crowd was present at the
Lutheran singing Sunday night.
Rev, C. B. Heller preached an
excellent sermon in the Reformed
church Sunday morniDg.
Miss ElthaFrick and sister
went to Salisbury last Friday on
Mr. Summey and Miss Ida
Bernhardt were welcome visitors
at Will Misenheimer's Sunday af
ternoon, John BoBt visited in Rockwell
The annual missionary sale will
be held here on Saturday before
the fifth Sunday in this month.
Services will begin at 11 o'clock
a, m. Please do not forget it.
The Lutherans will hold their
children's service on Thandsgiv
ing day in the Lutheran church.
Services will begin at two oclock
p. m. Everybody is invited to
come. Aunt Jane.
November 16. Lee Trexler
spant last Saturday and Sunday
VU x r-r-
of this community gave Mrs. Eva
Trexler a birthday dinner. This
dinner was certainly enjoyed by
all who were present. Mrs. Trex
ler received many nice presents,
H. C. Park, of Greensboro,
spent Sunday with home folks.
Luther Barger haB started to
stshool at Crescent.
There wiil be a
en o'clocs ,? 1 sm
service at St. Peae
giving day at eleven
at St. James',
Rockwell, in the
. P. H. Lyerly, who iB running a
store at Rockwell, will move to
Granite Quarry, in his new store,
about December 1st.
About five wagons from near
this place started to the moun
tains on last Thursday.
Moses Klutfz, from near this
, place, has moved to his farm east
of Dunn's Mountain.
It has been decided to have a
Christmas tree at St. Peter's this
Herbert Kluttz and John Lyer
ly visited at Mr. Barger's Sunday
November 16. The
township free school starts up
here today with the same teachers
that taught last year, Professor J.
M. L. Agner, principal, and Mrs.
C. B. Heller and Miss Ida Julian
assistants. This is one of the
largest schools in the country.
P. J. C. Lentz, from the east,
and J. L. McCurdy. from the
west of Faith, were visitors here
The farmers sell a lot of beef
cattle to the Faith butchers.
We visited the steam granite
woks or w. A. Jiisson and was
shown over the works by Mr.
Trickey. After viewing, the beau-
tif ul polished monument in course
of erection, we visited other parts
of the quarry. At one place a
special building was going up over
some large granite blocks, 22 feet
long and 4 feet and 2 inches
square, to be cut into columns.
The granite quarries are run
ning on full tim in and around
Peeler, Bame & Co. had pay
day at the office of their granite
works Saturday, the 14th. J
and 15th we had our first heavy
killing frost thiB fall.
Venus. I is
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November 16, Rev. J. W.
Willson preached his last sermon
here last night for this conference
Rev. John Summey has accept
a call to supply a church in Vir
ginia and the Baptist church here
is without a pastor. Rev. Sum
mey will move his family to Vir
ginia in the near future, so we are
Last Saturday was a very wet,
rainy day indeed. It will be sev
eral days before the farmers can
resume plowing and sowing wheat.
This work is behind, some having
not sowed any wheat yet, owing
to the wet weather.
Mrs. Daisy Carter has gone to'
Jackson, Ga , where she will join
her husband, who is employed on
the dam and power plant being
erected at that place.
Mrs. Addie Hart is visiting at
J. M. Proctor haB gone to Cleve
land, Ga., where he is looking af
ter some mining matters.
Fred Pirie is laid off from his
work at Spencer on account of an
injury he sustained while working
in the shops.
The public school opened here
Monday, November 2nd, with a
nice attendance, about 65 pupils.
The election passed off quietly
here, notwithstanding the atti
tude assumed by the registrar,
who refused to register some legal
Republican voters under the
grandfather clause. This box
gave the largest Republican ma
jority ever known here. Bryan
ranavar SO Toff ? oA Viq Sn.
cial,et ticket one vot this bei
cast by J. F. McCames, Sr.
Hawk has just returned from a
very short visit at home, which
he didn't enjoy Very much, for
just as soon as he came in his
"pap" warmed the blanket and
put him to bed.
J. A. Ribeliu has been delayed
m sowing nis wheat, on account
of so much ram, and has not yet
returned to his saw mill work.
Jno. Louder, Narl Click's saw
yer, came near losing his life last
week, when the fireman stopped
the engine for a few moments then
starting it without notifying the
sawyer, who was down over the
saw repairing some defective part.
He was caught in the coat sleeve,
nhich, with hisjhirt sleeves, were
torn off. A very close call in
1 T-k 1 1 11
aeea. reopie snouia be more
White Felker and Chas. Rideu
hour are hauling lumber for
Walter Ribelin. They stop for
neither rain nor mud. Good luck
to you, boys.
t tin ' i i-k i
yjtee wnizi ratron nas been re-
een,e a a8 an na8 come out
on jl ainerent plattorm, viz
to see our old "Daddy" rushing
to the front, even if the battle is
Miss Thom, of China Grove,
opened school at Mt Vernon
Monday morning, November 16th
We wish her much success. Miss
Thorn's sister will teach music at
Woodleaf this year. She is well
fitted for musical instruction.
People who have cotton in the
fields now will sure get a frosty
nose and frozen fingers.
We noticed in Patron's letter
of last week that Mr. PhilliDS is
ginS to teacn fene school at Dunn's
Mountain. Hawk will say that.
v r T"k i 1 1 i i
Mr. rnuupB nas maae a wise
choice by selecting that school,
for he will find no better people
in the county to work for. Hawk
congratulates Mr. Phillips and
extends good wishes' and hopes
for his great success.
Chas. Parker has just returned
from Walter Cranfield's, He says
only one more trip till Christmas:
Listen for the wedding bells.
Stnia Katrnn Haver wartta a
. , - ,
Ivixu ivi vuiiouiuao uuu nauro a
wingless bird, and thinks he shall
be able to get one by that time,
as it is a long ways off Jyet. Patron
at a loss if he thinks Hawk is
paying attention to birds in upper
Rowan. He had better watch the
roads tn Kannapolis if he wants
to know anything.
The mountain wagons roll by,
every day, loadedwith fruits, -etc.
John Karfees had a cottou-pick-1
ling last Friday night. Hawk was
present, but;-the old goose had
died a few days before.
These cold days ought to cause
some big hog; to have a sore hroat
soon in the morning.
Oiho Williams, from near
Cleveland, is visiting in Davie
A Miss Moose will teach at
Tea gue, this winter, where Hawk
had his first experience.
Patron, you, will have to come
oftener or we wont know you.
Hawk had the pleasure of see
ing Bro. Bartletfee a few days ago.
He is too small to Btand this c61d
weather. Wei will not txpuct to
hear from him till summer.
Success to the editor and cor
respondents. Black Hawk.
LIBERTY X ROADS.
Route No. l.jGold Hill, Novem
ber 16. Our little town is get
ting lively. We already have a
new school house. We are to have
a new corn mill iu the irar future
and twe are expecting soms wed
dings by Christmas and a lot of
other things, if prosper ty begins
in the next administration.
Col. C. L. Basinger has moved
on the Jeuni) Poole farm.
Roby Hill killed a mad dog re
cently. The dog tried to bite Mr.
HilJ sevaral times, but after a
hard race he got his gun and shot
Rev. James Willson held his
last service at Liberty last Sun
day for this conference.
School began at Liberty las
Monday with Miss Maggie Bam
Some of our peope made a fly
ing trip to Salisbury .recently
Some of them went to see the
town while others went to sel
cotton and popcorn.
Roby Hill is going to move
down on Panther Creek sgon. We
hate to lose him, but gfij
ants to catch a fish. T
The telephone fever is sti
spreadding, and it a switchboard
would be put up in this neighbor
hood, the 'phones would be put iu
till we would have a regular spider
During a thunderstorm lae
week the lightning struck the
'phone wires over which Harvty
Wyatt and Eli Arey were commu
uicating, shocking them severely
Mr. Arey received the hardest
It seems as if Jack, of Graham
X Roads, had a tegular duke's
mixture in the last week's issue o
The Watchman. Wd are always
glad to read such funny pieces as
Geo. Canup has the liveliest
mule in this vicinity, and the
mule is old enough to vote, but
Mr. Canup wouldn't let him vote,
as the mule is one of the high
Hog killii g is in operation along
now tfn cold mornings.
Our North Liberty street seems
to be noted for its mauv new or
gaus. Guess we have plenty of
tit n i
wm. -yjr. j&agie . s wearing a
broad smile it's a bov.
One of our young men, of West
Blacksmith street, seems to make
frequent visits over the creek of
late. Just so he don't fall in the
jater it will be all 0. K.
iebulon lrexler will assist in
teaching school, after the holi
days are over, at Builtalittle. this
John Canup lost a fine mare re
Paul T. Goodman is teaching
school at Jackson college this
Ivy Morgan is our early bird.
He sowed his wheat before the
season began and now hasn't
much to do.
J. A Ribelin is at home sowing
wheat, but will soon take his boys
and go to the sawmill again.
Thomas Morgan will teach
school at Poole school house this
Prof. W. H. Fowler olosed a
writing school at the college re
cently and is now teaching at
Granite Quarry. Prof. Fowler is
a fine penman and teacher.
The health of our people is fair
ly good at present, Billy.
It isn't so difficult to strengthen
a weak Stomach if one goes at it i
oorrecjly. Thia is true of the j
Heart and Kidneys. The old
fashioned way of dosing the Stom-
ach or stimulating the Heart or
Kidneys isN surely wrong I Dr.
Shoop first pointed out this error.
''Go to the weak or ailing nerveB !
of these organs," said he. Each !
inside organ has its contfollirg or
inside nerve." When these j
nerves fail then those organs must
falter. This vital truth is lead
ing druggists everywhere to dis-1
pens3 and recommend Dr. Shoop's j
Restorative. A lew days test will '
surely tell 1 Sold by Cornelison
& Cook. 1
Do You Want to Help
Make Good Times ?
Then put your money in our
bank. We will put it into
Circulation and pay you
4 PER CENT INTEREST
This will make prosperity and
everybody will be benefited.
State's Strongest Banking Institution.
From the first of Nov. to the
last of March we are prepared to
furuish more plants of that fine
cabbage, and at better prices.
I5e per 100 or $1.25 per 1000,
vou pay the express. Large or
ders make the express less per
1000. State the amount, kind and
place you want them sent, and
send the cash or money order for
same to R. L. Brown, No. 6 Salif
bury, N, C. 10-28.
Leave your watches with E. L.
Lyerly, (Jranite Quarry, for re
pairs, or get a new one 11 11
Oats; Rye and Barley.
We are not only the largest deal-Q
era in beed Uram in the south, but
we sell the best, cleanest and
heaviest qualities. Our stocks are
secured from the best and largest
yielding crops, and our warehouses
are fully equipped with the best
and most improved machinery for
cleaning. If you want superior
Plant Wood's Seeds.
Prices quoted on request
fj Descriptive Fall Catalogue,
giving i.ixii uuunsauuu auoui aiii
seeds, mailed free.
T. W. WOOD & sons,
Seedsmen, Richmond. Va.
IIR MACHINERY AND
WACHOVIA LOAN a TRUST CO
Chas. A. Stickney and Waterloo Gasoline Engines
Monarch Corn Meal and Feed Mills, with Genuine
WRITE US FOR PRICES.
Office in Wallace Building, near Passenger Depot.
Salisbury, N. . 10-28 6m.
is one of the biggest plugs of standard grade flue cured
tobacco ever sold for 10c. It goes further and lasts
longer m the going than any o ther brand made. A man
Who knows of this brand never goes around with a
chip on his shoulder he keeps it in his mouth. It
makes f nends, and makes them always glad to see you.
Demand Chip, and don't stand for substitution.
Manufactured by a strictly independent firm.
HANCOCK BROS. & CO., Lynchburg, Va.
Established 1851 ' Leaders 1908
My Hair is
Feed your hair; nourish it;
give it somerhing- to live oc.
Then it will stop falling, and
will grow long and heavy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only
genuine hair-food you can
buy. It gives new life to the
hair-bulbs. You save what
hair you have, and get more,
Moo. And it keeps the scalp
j clean and healthy.
The best kind of a testimonial
"Sold lor over sixty years."
Made by J. C. Ayer Co.. Lowell, 2fM.
Aiao uanuiMturers 01
Notice to Non-Resident.
North Carolina, Rowan county,
In Superior Court, before the Clerk.
Harriet C. Sechler vs Stokes Sechler,
Lee Sechler and others.
NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT.
To Lee Sechler, take notifee :
You are hereby notified that sum
mons has been issued and petition filed
in the above entitled cause against all
of the heirs-at-law of R. S. W. Sechler
and William Sechler for the purpose of
selling one house and lot and one vacant
lot in the town of China Grove for par
tition and division and to pay to Har
riet C. Sechler the value of her life
interest therein and pay the residue to
the heirs-at-law, and that said sum
mons and bearing will be had on De
cmber the 8th, 1908, and that unlels
you appear and anfcwer or demur and
show cause, if any, why said lands
should not be sold as prayed for, the
petition will be heard ex parte as to
you and the relief demanded therein
will be granls d
Herein fail not. This October 27th,
J. Frank McCcbbins,
Clerk Superior Court Rowan county.
R. Lee Wright, attorney. 10-28 6t
Does a General Banking:
We pay 4 per cent on time de
posits. Interest payable every
Prompt atention given to any
business entrusted to us.
Your business solicited.
Peoples' National Bank.
D. R. Julian, J. D. Nohwood,
P. H. Thompson, J. A. Peeler,
AND CURE THE LUNCS
w,th Dr. King's
OLDS Trial Bottle Free
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
The superlatively satis
factory Southern standard
cooking-fat that has made
the South famous. Pure
cotton seed oil, super-refined
by our exclusive
Wesson process. The
acme of purity, whole-
I now have one of the largest and
best selected lines of Fall and Winter
Goods in the city. My stock is fresh
and up-to-date in every particular and
consists of all kinds of Dress Goods;
Underwear and Hosiery for Men, Wo
men and Children; Laces, Embroideries,
Blfcbons, Corsets, Linens; Ladies', Misses
and Children's Coats, an elegant line at
lowest p'rices; Ladies' Skirts; a big lot
of sample Fascinators, Tobagans, etc.,
which will be sold at about half price.
Specials at Special Prices
A big lot of Men's Underwear, Wright's
Health Underwear, 75c quality at 60c,
and 65c quality at 50c. Some odd lots
in Shoes at especially low prices. An
elegant line of Furs that will be sold
at extra low figures. -
My prices on all other goods are as low as prudent
business methods will allow. would be glad to re
ceive a portion of jour patronage. When in the city
you are cordially invited to come in and see me and
make my store yon r Headquarters. Respectfully,
A. W. WIJNECOFF,
TUB BBLL SHOULD
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just received, to be fol
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a few days.
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