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IU MANUEL .
December 14.- Hog killing is
the order of tha day along now.
There will be a Christmas tree
at Immanuel , on Christmas . eve
ning at 2 :30 o'clock. - t
Miss Mary BeaverJias been sick
for a few days, bat is getting bet
ter we are glad to note.
Geo. Beaver and family visited
at Mrs. Martha Beaver Sunday.
Jno. M. Earnhardt, who is in
Richmond, is expected heme next
Miss Doyie Beaver is teaching
school in her sister's place today.
Miss Mattie Taylor is visiting
at Mrs. Martha Beaver today.
C. S. Shipton and Geo: Boger
is helping Jno. G. Holshons9r saw
Chas. Earriker moved tabove
Salisbury last week.
Hilbert Lyerly has moved to
Granite Quarry, but he was able
to find the way to Immanuel last
Sunday evening all the same. I
guess Charlie Lyerly told him
which way to go.
H. Page and family will move!
into the house on Mrs. Fisher's
place, vacated by Mr. Karriker
Geo. Brown visited at B. R. A,
Wishing The Watchman and its
happy band of correspondents all
kinds of success, I close, hoping
to have better things to tell next
time. Uncle Ike.
December 14. Well, friends,
Christmas is coming and Young
ster hopes that Santa Claua will
come to see all (especially the cor
respondents) and wishes you a
merry Christmas and a happ;
Rev. Yearick, of Maiden, has
accepted the call extended him
from this charge and preached
his first sermon last Sunday. He
is a fine preacher and a hard
McCombs & Parks are doing a
pretty good business.
Quite. a number of girls visited
John Linker's last. Saturday
night. I guess they were having
a good time, as they were keeping
the Lower Stone telephone man
The health of the community is
very good at this writing.
J. W. Peeler has arrived at
home from his trip south, which
was in the interest of the Rock
well Furniture Company.
The stores of this place will be
kept pretty busy from now until
The members of the Reformed
church of this place surprised
Rev. Yearick last Saturday by
giving him an old time pounding.
The dinner was enjoyed by all
present, after which which the
pantry was filled with the many
good things brought by the mem
bers of his congregation.
December 14. The health of
this community is very good at
Mrs. S. R. Fry and children, of
Welford, South Carolina, are
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Elum has moved to
Dunn s Mountain. We are sorry
to loose our close neighbor. .
There will be a Christmas tree
at Granite Quarry M. E.v church,
with exercises by the children,
Christmas eve at C :33 o'clock
Everybody is invited. There will
also be one at Wittenburg church
Miss Eleanor Brown visited
Miss Carrie Cauble last Saturday
There will be a missionary sale
at St. Lute's next Saturday, De
ceraber 19th at tenro'clock.
There was a large crowd at sing
ing Sunday evening at St. Luke's
mere will be a Christmas tree
there Thursday, December 24th,
at 1 o'clock. Ruth.
.' FAITH. ,
Dec. 14, John Xuykendall and
hw bride have returned from
A t- 1 1 - r -n- . .
aauHYiue.. mr, Js-uyKenaaJl - is
making preparations to build a
residence out of granite, as he is
a first;class stone mason.
if, if. (rant has moved into o
of Dolph Gant's houses.
uoyaen Jbener let .his contract
for his new house to P. A. Peeler,
who with his. force of hands, laid
the foundation and pat up a lot
of the frame work December 10th,
unaries Mcuombs has let the
contract to W. S. Earntardt' to
finish up his" new residence on the
Peeler, Bame & Co. shipped
their large granite vault to High
Point, December 12th.
Milas Bame moved on ihe old
Enoch Phillips place Saturday,
December 12th, where he will
farm next year tor Peeler Bros.,
who own the place.
Mr. and Mrs C. R Shaping and
little son are visiting at J. L.
Mis9es Carrie JoneB, May W iley
and Lela Shive visited their friend,
Miss Ollie Wagoner, Saturday
The Christmas tree at the
Lutheran church will be on Thurs
day. Christmas eve, at one-thirty
The building stone for the new
state building at Raleigh is being
loaded on the cars from the
Phillips mountain today.
The Christmas tree at the Re
formed church will be on Christ
mas day at ten o'clock a. m.
D. B. Frick was eurprised on
his birthday, which was celebrat
ed by a dinner, December -4th.
Mr. Fink was induced to go
on a short hunting trip by his
pastor, while his friends gathered
in and spread a bountiful dinner.
When he and Rev. C. P. Fisher
arrived at home they found the
house and yard full of people
After finding out that it was his
53rd birthday, he knew what it
all meant. A pleasant time was
Augustus Basinger has bought a
farm near Faith.
John Castor has come to make
bis home with his son Julius
John Josey is kept busy sawing
lumber for his customers.
J. A. Peeler killed hogs Monday
Venus wishes all the readers of
The Watchman a merry Chist
mas and a happy New Year.
December 14. Charlie Brown
and Richard Brown have been to
the mountains. They - report a
Callie Miller has been visiting
Miss Maggie Bost recently.
It seems if o'possnm hunting
had about stopped We don't
hear anything about our cham
pion possum hunters.
The bird law has come in again
and the hunters are making good
use of it.
Does any one known what has
become of Xerxes, Come on,
brother, don't sleep all winter.
Miss Rose Ann Bost has been
on tne sice umi. tier irienas
hope for her a speedy recovery.
Jacob Cline has been visiting
at H. Foutz's recently.
The Lowerstone is still growing.
There will be a Christmas tree
at Lowerstone church on Christ
George Troutman and wife
visited at Charlie Brown's Satur
day and Sunday.
Miss Nora Lee Foutz and Elise
visited at Jacob Dry's Saturday
J. A. M. Brown visited Alexan
der Peeler Sunday night.
L. J. Shive visited J. C' Foutz
The school at Fisher's school
house is progressing finely. Miss
Katie Query is teacher.
' Ira Bost was in Salisbury sev
erral days last week on business.
p December 12 Dr. and Mrs J.
D. v., Heath m an , .of : Mooiresville,
were welcome visitors in our town
Just as predicted, by one of the
boys several weeeks ago, the mar
riage fever is running high.
Willie Rice was on last Sunday
married to Miss' Sallie Watson,
also Miss Bertha Watson, sister
of the above, was married same
time and place to John Wetmore.
John Dowell was, this week,
married to Miss Lizzie Penniger,
of near Cooleemee, daughter of
Calep Penninger. ,
The Junior Order of Cooleemee
is raising a flag, etc.Aat the
school house here today.
Aiex onarp, wno moved nere a
year ago, has got rich on the f ai m
and has decided to move his fami
ly to Cooleemee, and, I guess, he
will be a boss in the mill.
Miss Hariet Gibbons is in a
critical condition. Her recovery
is considered very doubtful.
T. L. Thompson & Son, who
operate a cottou gin here, has de
cided to quit the buisiness as they
have so much bad luck. Cheer
up boys you cannot expect it all
to be up hill.
Who slid night rider? We
don't think we have auy up here,
but every bit of the water was out
of the boiler when the fireman
bred up one of the gins, and he
did not notice it until the flues
were red hot then he ruu to the
ejector to put in seme water, and
the fellow who let the water out
thought of the same thing, and to
keep down a blow up, he broke
the valve so no water could be put
in. The only thing done was the
eternal runation of the boiler.
Meral : Firemen look after your
water before firing up.
One of the Boys.
GOLD KNOB SCHOOL HOUSE.
December 14. The health of
this community is very good at
Mrs. J. C. Kluttz, who has been
sick for the past few weeks, is
able to be out again, I am gladto
The school at this place is going
on nicely so far. I hope it will
continue so until the end.
Guy A. Trexler, who has been
visiting in Newton for the past
ew weeks, returned home last
Rev. P. M. Trexler and daugh
ter were welcome visitors at
Frank Cauble's last Satuday
night and Sunday. '
There will be a missionary sale
at St. Luke's church next Satur
day morning, at ten o'clock, De
cember 19 bh.
I guess Murray Trexler has been
all smiles for the past few weeks.
'Miss Daisy Lyerly was absent
from school a part of last week.
There was preaching at St.
Luke's church last Sunday by
Rev. Yearick, who has been elect
ed pastor of the East Rowan
charge, mere was also Binging
at two o'clock.
Christmas is coming. Lookout
boys and girls Old Santa will soon
come around. You had better get
your stockings ready.
Miss Emma Lyerly has been ab
sent from school for the last two
Rev. P, M. T rex Jt-r is ping to
have a phone put in his house this
There will be North Carolina
day exercises at Gold Kuob School
house next Friday afternoon. De
cember 18th. Everybody come
It is hoped to have a large crowd
Miss Pearle Miller starte.i to
school at this place last Monday
Mrs. D. M. Lyerly is real sick
with an unknown disease.
Much success to . The Watch
man and its many .readers.
. Medicine That Is Medicine.
"I have suffered a good dea
with malaria and stomach com
plaints, but I have now found a
remedy that keps me well, and
that remady is Electric Bitters ;
medicine that is medieine for
stomach andv liyer troubles, and
for run down conditions," , says
W. C. Kiestler, of Halhday, Ark
Electric Bitters purify and enrich
the blood, tone up the nerves
and impart vigors arid energy to
the we ik. Your money will be
refunded if it fails ,;to help you
50c at all drug stores.
: December 9th 1908, at the
home of E M 'Sifford, Esq.
Rowan Co., N. 0., - his daughter
Miss Dora Irene Sifford and Ar
nold McBride Goodnight, all o
Kowan county, were married
promptly at 4 p. m. ' The wed
ding bells commenced 'ringing
when the bride and ; groom left
the sitting room and continued
- - ' - " -"- -.it ' -
ringing as the bridal paty passed
down the main aisle to the parlor
where Rev. C. I. Morgau had
taken his stani to tie the knot.
Miss Floy Sifford was the best
girl, Miss Mace was the little
flower girl and Master Burt played
the wedding march. When the
ceremony was over alLmarched to
the dining room where a bounti
ful supper was awaiting. O, such
a table! It groaned under its
weight. The next day the couple
left for the West where they will
make their - nome. rneir many
friends wish them a long and
This Hardly Expresses What Salisbury
People Say of It.
Any itchiness of the skin is an
Little danger in itching skin
But they make you miserable.
iioan s uintmenc is a never-
ailing cure .
For Piles, Eczema, all itching
Salisbury citizens endorse it.
W. A. Monroe, 424 W, Council
St., Salisbury, N. C, says: "Sev
eral years ago I was bothered by a
skin eruption which failed to
yield to the various remedies I
used. After suffering for some
time, Uoau 8 Ointment was
brought to my attention and I
procured a box from the.Salis-
ury Drug Company. The first
application brought relief and
when I had finished the contents
of one box my trouble had entire-
y diappeared. I have had no
return of it since and know that
the cure effected by Doan's Oint
ment was a permanent one. I
vi-e anyone afflicted in a simi-
ar manner to give this prepara
tion a trial."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents, r oster-Muburn Co., Buffalo.
New Yoik, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Ma'ked For Death.
'Three years ago I was marked
or death. A giave yard cough
was tearing my lungs to pieces.
Doctors failed to help me, and
hope had fled, when my husband
got Dr. King's New Discovery,"
says Mrs. A. C. Williams, of Bac,
Ky. "The first dose helped me
and improvement kept on until I
had gained 58 pounds in weight
and my health "was fully restor
ed." This medicine holds the
world's healing record for coughs
and colds and lung and throat dis
eases. It prevents pneumonia
Sold under guarantee at all drug
stores. 50c and $1, Trial bottle
There is one thing that will
cure it Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It is a regular scalp-medicine.
It quickly destroys the germs
wWch cause this disease.
The unhealthy scalp becomes
healthy. The dandruff disap
pears, had to disappear. A
healthyscalp means a greatdeal
to you healthy hair, no dan
druff,no pimples,no eruptions.
The best kind of a testimonial
"Sold for over Bixty years."
Made by J C. Ayer Co., Lowell. Haas.
Alio manufacturers or
122 N. Main St. Phone 805.
Now ia the time to have your teeth
looked after, this fall may be top late.
All work guaranteed. Best materials.
Latest methods. -
Notice to Creditors ol Boyden C. Trexler.
Having qnalified as administrators
ofB.!jdm3' Trexler late of Rowan
County, notice is hereby given all per
sons holding claims or demands
against him or his estate to present the
same duly verified to the undersigned
on or before the ; 10th day of Novem
ber, 1B09, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said, estate are required to
make immediate settlement. This the
5th day of November, 1908. r
H. A. TkExiiEB, )Admrs. ofBo
Henbt M. Thbxlkr, ) en C. Trexler.
B. B. Miller, attornay.
Sight Rider 6aBgT)D Trlal.
Union City, Teun., Dec. 14
Late . today . eight men, alledged
leaders of the night rider band of
Reel Foot Lake, will be placed on
trial for their Jives, charged with
the putting to cieath of Captain
yuentin Rankin, a prominent at
torney of Trenton Tenn., the cul
mm a ting act of a series of out
lawry so high handed as. to cal
rorth the mustering of milita to
aid the prosecution of the mem
bers of the clan.
-By the end of the week the
hearing promises to be well under
Whether the court procendure
shall be oonducted in order or
weather further bloodshed shal
occur during the heat of tho Jega
battle is considered uncertain.
From Reel Foot Lake and other
strongholds of the clan men are
pouring into Union City iu num
bers, with their sympathies going
out to those of their friends on
trial or held in jail, while the
state has well organized its forces
aeterminea to put aown any pos
sible outbreak in its incipiency.
As to public feeling, it is well di
The men placed on trial today,
who when formerly arraigned
last week, declared themselves
not guilty are Garret, Johnson,
Sam Applewhite, Roy Ransom,
Bud Morris, Fred Pinken, Arthur
Cloar, lid Burton and Bob Huff
The Watchman $1 00 per year.
Kerer. positively never poison your Inngs. If yon
cough yen from a simple cold only you should
always heal, soothe, and ease the irritated bron
chial tabes. Don't blindly suppress it with a
tnpefying poison. It s strange now some things
finally come about. For twenty years Dr. Shoop
has constantly warned people not to take cough
mixtures or prescriptions containing Opium,
rjilnmfnrm or aimil.r nniannR. And now a little
late thougn Congress says Kit is on tne iaoei, -p
If poisons are in your Cough Mixture." Good! I
Very good 1 1 Hereafterforthisyeryreasonmothers.
and others, should insist on haying Dr. Snoop's
Cough Cure. No poison marks on Dr. Shoop's
labels and none In the medicine, else it must by
law be on the label. And it s not only safe, but it
is said to be by those that know It best, a truly r
markable cough remedy. Take no chance then.
particularly with your children. Insist on having
Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Compare carefully the
Dr. 8 hoop package with others and note tne
AlffaiwiwM- No snlwin mwh there! Yon can
always be on the safe side by demanding
CORNELISON & COOK.
There is no Eeason Why
Farmers wives should not have the
best of everything going, especially
Flour. Rnthrock's Best Patent flour
will not disappoint hei- on "baking
days" and will prove a pleasure as well
as a profit.
ROTHROCK'S ROLLER MILLS,
Gold Hill, H.O.
From the first of Nov. to the
last of March we are prepared to
furnish more plants of that fine
cabbage, and at better prices.
I5e per 100 or $1.25 per 1000,
yon pay the express. Large or
ders make the express less per
1000. State the amount, kind and
place yon want them sent, and
send the cash or money order for
same to R. L. Brown, No. 6 Salis
bury, N. C. 10-28.
Leave yonr watches with E. L.
Lyerly, Uranite Quarry, for re
pairs, or get a new one there. 11-11
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 GENT INTEREST
This will make prosperity and
everybody will be benefited.
State's Strongest Banking Institution.
8AL1LBURY, N. C. .
Does a General Banking
We pay 4 per cent on time de
posits. Interest payable every
. Prompt attention given to any
business entrusted to us.
Your business solicited.
Peoples' National Bank.
D. R. Julian, J. D. Nobwood,
- President. Cashier.
P. H. Thompson, J. A. Peeler,
Bar&ee Trial Postponed, '
Durham Dec. 14.- The prelim
inary hearing of Reuben Barbee
was postponed this afternoon to
Monday of next week owing to the
inability of Victor S. Bryant, for
the defense,' to appear. The de
fense is hardly taking the pros
ecntion seriously, declaring its
ability to set up an alibi.
Barbee is hot concerned over his
arrest and say she will be discharg
ed wheu the hearing is set. The
prosecution is as certain of its
case and announces its ability to
convict without half trying.
Southern Standard of Satisfaction
f Made by Nature. As pure,
as healthful, as wholesome as
the grape of the vine or the
fig of the tree.
fFor all cooking better,
cheaper, and healthier than
the best of the hog as good
as butter for most purposes.
i a. a viafu h mm m
Knives Worth from 50c to $1.25 Free
E have quite a lot of first
of which we bought at a bankrupt sale far below
cost, that we wish to dispbse of, and, in order to do
so, we offer to give to any one who is clear on our books and
pays ($1,00) one dollar, for one full year's subscription to
The Carolina Watchman, his choice of any knife we have.
None of these knives would retail for less than
40c and some of them would retail at $r,25.
These knives are given absolutely free when pay
ment is made as stated above. We have all
l-J sizer-s and styles
desiring a knife.
only to those who
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scription to The Watchman. This offer holds
good only so long as the knives on hand last.
The number is limited, so if you want a good
knife and your home paper, both at the price of
one, act atonce.
A year's subscription to The Watchman,
one of our knives, or both, would make a splen
did Christmas gift. If you are not acquainted
with oar paper, you are invited to cal or write
for free sample copies. . .
Subscriptions sent in by mail will be prompt-'
ly receipted for;
Wm. H. Stewart,
Editor of The Carolina Watchman,
Salisbury, N. C.
Summersett Undertaking Co.
Are Fully equipped with the latest Hearses,
Church Truck and all supplies necessary for con-,
ducting funerals, and have a complete stock of all
Coffins, Caskets and Burial Robes.
Their. Mr. R. M. Davis and Mr. T. WSummer
sett can be reached bj phone at all times, night or
Wheat is the most important,
cereal used as food for man. ?
WHEAT FLAtlE CELERY
is made from Wheat and Celery.
No sweetening or other sub
stances to create sour stomach
and constipation. Palatable, nu
tritious and easy of digestion.
:: For sale by all Grocers
- class pocket knives, some
and can mease most anv one
Remember this offer applies
are clear on our books and
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auvance ior one year s sud-