Locals under this bead will be charged for
at the rate of 5 c nts per line for first Inser
tion, s l-a cents for subsequent Insertions.
Miss Reefer. Whitehead
lummer andjJas. C.Windsor,
of Lenoir City, Term., were
married at the home of the
bride'8 parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Plummer, on South
Lee street, nt 8:15 o'clock on
TSJa w iT HISlOU Of R0iaD.-Any one having a
w T n.?a?$?r V Se eopyofthis little book can
First Methodist Church, offi find ready sale for it by calling
wa"u Aiier me ceremony at tot watchman Office
a snort receDtion was hld
Buckeye Drills and all kinds
up-to-date vehicles for sale
Homes & Overman's. 11-28 3t
after which th p.nnni ift Special Prices
for-Reidsville to visit th ments, violins, baujig, guitars,
mandolins, mouth harps, etc, a
Salisbury Pawn Shop.
to visit the
on musical instru
mother of the
there they will go to Leuoir
.1TT7 Ttt h a Ml. A f Z I I ian.i. m
""cio iur, wmusor nas liDBC a rriC6S on an Kinds ot car-
a position with the Lenoir penters and mechanics' tools
Uar Wor&S. Salisbury Pawn Shop.
w Y- g r .interest was A GOOd Graphaphone and 18 records at
ix iijuoa xjouise Xiooinson a Bargain. Salisbury fawn
and JB. L. Orr, which was I Shop,
solemnized at tho
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. SpeciaJ Pr,ces ? un1redeem.ed
Thnmo0 and over-coats, also a nice line
Ker HrtrS Z , a of new suits and over-coafcg, in 84,
Kerr street, on Thursday 85 and 36 8i2eSf at yonr own prica:
ns", u tue presence oi a Dout fail to come and Bee my
luviKju ineuus. riev. o. prices. Salisbury Fawn pop.
B. Turrentinft. nf t.h Tir-af
Methodist fJhiirnh r.aT.rr.oi 6etYour 6UHS, pistols, shells and
ttia orv, cartridges at Salisbury Pawn
ui i j a . u nfl a taa r- iir fi r
w v w wm wA- ML V - W.M, M I I J I WW I 1 1 . 1 I
the couple left
for a tour in
George Beaver and
ard. L. J. Klottz. directors
Subscribe and sworn to before me. this 25th
day of November, 1909. W. T. Busby. N. P.
4 PER CENT INTEREST
This will make prosperity and
everybody Will be benefited.
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IHUnUVin LUHNQItlUOl uu
State's Strongest Banking Institution
Report of the condition i f
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK,
T m r - aturanlte wuarry. N.U.
JdlUeS Hi DrOWn Were mars in the State of North Carolina, at the elose of
ried at 7:30 o'clock on Thurs- business wov.mn, im
day ntaht bv Dr. R. L. Mnt- bbsotocbs.
lr.Tr 04. I34.i4. Loans and discounts.. $11,400 00
ajjf, aj hjlcj xjdyviat parsuuajftJ. overdrafts unsecurea 45
Only a few friends were pres- SS::::::::v.V". t.USS
ftnt, A f Tftr thf Moromnnxr fhunr Uae from Banks and Bankers 8,832 50
- vw wu.vuiuuj nuw; I Gold coin
rf.nairf.fi t.n tliA Ihnmo rf i h o SHvei coin. Including all minor coin
c . I currency 83511
grOOm, at JlaSt ODeDCer, National baak and other U. S. notes, 1,575 00
whprt. n r4fr.tirn xra a Tiolr.
rT 7. , , ir ' Total W0.756 79
aiior wuicu tu coupie leit on liabiutiks.
a southbound train for Jack- luh stock.-- $5,800 oo
... , ji ... Deposits subject to Check 12,8351"
BOU Vllie ana Oiner points in Demand Certificates of Deposit 8,540 00
lM;U TU m:il 4. . Cashier's checks outstanding i7 75
A. Auxiu.a.. J- udj win ictuxuiu accrued interest due depositors 8 89
about ten days and make Total, $!o,76m
their home in East Spencer.
State of -'orth Carolina County of Rowan.ss :
The bride is a daughter of t&I.St
Mrs. Geo. A. Beaver, of this SSTUeJ. to the ZfSc2St&.
P.itv Thfi ffrnnm is a arm nf Correct Attest J. il. A.. Lyerly, Geo. D. How-
. H. Brown, of East Spen
cer, and is employed by the
Smith flm at Snfinftflr
J. P. Harper left oh Satur. Do YoU WaD t to HelP
day night for Danville, Ken- i i rr,
tuckv. where, on Wednesrlav Make UrOOd limeS f
evening at 4 o'clock, he will
Trr n o T . a o (yrm s 4-Vr4-
city. After visiting Lexing. Tnen Put yo,Jr money in our
mgton, Ky., Indianapolis and bank. We will put it into
Gincinnatti, he will return to Circulation and pay y.;u
odiiouuij, amviu ijcxc oai
urday night, with his bride.
The best wishes of a large
circle of friends here go out
to him and his bride.
The following announce
ment was received here last
Dr. and Mrs. Norman McLeod
request the honor of your presence-
at the marriage of their
Mr. Charles Harris Livengood
Wednesday morning, Deceml e
nineteen hundred and nine
at half atVr nine o'clock
First Baptist Church
Durham, North Carolina
The groom to be is a son of
David Livengood, of Jerusa
lem, Davie county, and a
brother of Mrs. Max Hoyle,
of Spencer, and is a splendid
young man. He is employed
by the American Tobacco
Company at Durham.
A beautiful home wedding
took place in Spencer, at the
residence of T. F. Hudson,
Esq., last Wednesday night,
when Miss Lizzie Burton,
sister of Mr. Hudson, and
Stokes Carrick a native of
Davidson county, became
man and wife, Kev. P. W.
Tucker, of Granite Quarry,
officiating. After the cere
mony a splendid supper was
served. The couple later
boarded a train for Charlotte
where they took a train for
Washington and other points
north. After a short tour
they will return to Greens
boro to make their home,
where Mr Carrick is employ
ed by the Southern Railway.
Miss Hudson is a daughter of
the late James A. Hudson
and a most excellent young
FIRST NATIONAL BUNK,
SALISBURY, N 0
W. C. Coughenoub, President,
T. C Linn, Vice-President,
W. H. White Cashier
Capital - - - $50,000 00
Stockholders' Liability - 50,000 00
Surplus and Profits - 53,581 56
Deposit? January 1, 1909, 317.785 06
Resocicis January 1, 1909, 459,736 84
DntK roRs: John S. Henderson, D.
A. Atwell, T.C.Linn, H. N.
Woodson, Burton Craige, W. S.
Blackmer, Walter H. Woodson,
W. B. Strachan, A. H. Price,
W. C. Cougheiour.
Every accommodation extended con
sistent with safe hanking.
W H.WHITE. Oathler
Prof, Z. V. Moss, Cleveland,
was in the city Satutday. Prof.
Moss is the principal of the pub
lic school at Cleveland.
We Sell and Recommend
Rexall Cherry Juice
Bexall Cold Tablets,
Eexall Grippe Pills,
Guarantee them to give
Satisfaction or Refund
Smith Drug Co.
126 N. Main St.
YoDDg Girls Are Victms
of headache, as well as older
women, but get quick relief and
prompt cure from Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the world's best remedy
for sick and nervous headaches.
They make pure blood, and strong
nerves and build np your health.
Try them 25 at all druggists.
Dr. L. S. FOR,
It will pay you to find out.
TSRM8 8TRICTLY OA8H.
B. L. AUSTIN,
I BUSY HARNESS SHOP.
It will pay you to find out, at
116 West Innes Street.
For Dm Pine and Oak Wood, see r. e,
Trexler, rural No . 6, Salisbury.
N. C. ll-9.4t
Having qualified as executrix up
on the estate of N. P. Jacoby, de
ceased, this is to notify all creditors
to exhibit their claims to the under
signed on or before October the
27th, 1910, or this notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested
to make prompt settlement.
MfiS. JoSBPHINe JaoObt,
r 4. oi Executrix.
Oct. 27th, 1909.
My pot Patronize Us?
We Are The Cheapest.
We have Weather Boardings
for $1,00 to $1.75. Flooring
from $1.60 to $2.50. Ceiling
from $1,00 to $2.00.
We make all kinds of molding
and turned work at prices reas
onable. PHONK 405. CHESTNUT HILL.
Goodman Lumber Co.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W -- THE DIAMOND BRAND. .
DIAMOND JtBAND PILLS, for 25
yean known as Best. Safest. Always Rellabla
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWKERF
-A.K ,ir Urars-lit for i
a-tert Dlaaaond BrandA
Red and Hold metallicW
sealed with Blue Ribbon. V
Ask forDII I.r'lfVli-TIfT a,
That we are sellin&r Goods at Q'f moan r lin. -Z j i
. , . , , , . , " , , """" "ig oavmg lo purcnasers is
attested by the fact that almost every customer we sell brines in another 25
per cent, discount is of no small consideration, especially when you consider
the high class of goods we handle and the low prices this big discount brings
them down to. Our Ime of House Furnishings include almost everything nee
essary to lurmsh a house, from window curtains to a cook stove.
Our khoeBargains have never been equalled in this town -Everything from
baby s Shoes to grandma's "comforts" are included in the Car Load of Bargains
we bought-Some &hoes in the lot are worth double what we are seeing them
Another week for bargains in
House Furnishings and Shoes
SALISBURY'S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE.
Empire Block. 220 to 228 Sonth Main St. Salisbury N. C.
The Biggest Money Saving Event of Your Life
Starting Friday morning and continuing through one week,
heavy and we must turn the goods into money.
We have bouhgt
READ WONDER Then come and see why
(jrUUDo UUMPAJN Y Sells it for less.
THE SALISBURY DRY
a large discount.
News of the accidental kill
ing of Albert, the young son
of Luther Hoffman, Lenoir,
was feceived here on Satur
day. From information re
ceived the young man was
visiting some boy friends and
they were playing in a wood
shed, and, in some way, a
rifle standing against the wall
was knocked down and 'dis
charged, the ballet striking
him in the neck causing his
I death several hours later.
The remains were brought to
Salisbury Saturday night, at
7:40 o'clock, and the funeral
was held on Sunday after
noon at 5 o'clock from Bethel
Lutheran church, Franklin
1 50 Comfort, big value
1 75 Comfort, big value
2 00 value 1 69
2 50 value
Full size H Cotton Blanket
Heavy Cotton Blanket, worth 2 50.
Our 3 50 Elkin Woolen Blankets at
The heavy Elkin Blanket, full size,
5 00 value at
Ladies' 25 cent Hose at
Ladies' 15 cent Hose at
Ladies' 10 cent Hose at
Ladies' 50 cent Hose at
Ladies' 25 cent black Combs at
Ladies' 25 cent Barretisat
Ladies' 25 cent Hat Pins at
Ladies1 25 cent Collar at
Ladies' 25 cent Belt Pin at
Ladies' 25 cent Hand Bag at
Ladies' 25 cent Supporters at
en's Sample Hats
We have a large amount of
these hats that we must close
out in a few days. We are
offering them at and below
cost. 99, 1.49, 1.69, 1.90 buys
the best $3.00 Hat.
Shoes. Shoes, Shoes.
15oO pairs ot Ladies' Shoes. These
are regular 1.75 values at 1.49
900 pairs of Men's Shoes at a large
discount 3 50 Shoes 2 99
4 00 Shoes 3 89. 5 00 Shoes 4 49
Ch ldren's Shoes at 50c, 75c, 1 00 and up
Children's 50c caps at 39c
Ladies' 75c Sweaters at 69c
1-len's Shirts these
big values. '
50 cents Shirts at
Men's heavy Caps at
Men's heavy Wool Hose at
Men's heavy Fleeced Underwear at
Men's regular 75c Underwear at
men s nice JNecKwear at 25 and 50c
Men's Holiday Ties at 25 and 50c
Men's heavy work Gloves at large dis
count owing to the fact that we are over
stocked, we will close out a part at the
1 25 Glove at 99c 1 50 Glove at 1 19
2 00 Glove at l 69
Ladies White Goods are here ready for your inspection. Be sure you call and see
the beautiful patterns which we have to show you.
Our Christmas Goods are here and be sure and be first to see them.
103 South Main Street
SELLS IT FOE LESS
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A. H. WBRTZ, manager.