buby,;: C. Nov. 80th, 1909
SHORT LOO AL ITEM&
TBq pj)! all along he line of
the Yadkin Railroad are delighted
that the Sunday train - hat . been
put baekxm. It went outjjunday.
morning at "9 :50 J ancTqaite' a
number was on from Salisbury
for different points down the road.
It iwill be run on a dai.y schedule
and will be an added convenience
to parties who live or travel on
John G. Heilig has been named
by sludge Long as receiver for the
Dixie Manufacturing and Novelty
Works of this city. This plant
nasi been m operation here for
some time . manufacturing tlittle
wagons, wheelbarrows, etc., but
- Thomas Jackson was held up
and robbed of fourteen dollars,
by a negro, on west Council
street, between- Jackson and
Fulton,, while on his wa home,
about 10:80. o'qloct Thursday
night. He claims that the negro
prang upon him near the gate
of pr. Whitehead's barn yard
and knocked him down, took his
money and ran. Mr. Zesler did
not know the negro and the officers
hae no clue to his identity.
Rev. P. W. Tucker, pastor of
the Methtdist church at Granite
Quarry and several other places,
has moved to Albemarle where b.3
wilt serve for the next year. Rev .
Tucker is a hard worker and is
greatly beloved by the flocks he
Deafness Cann of be Cured., -
by local application, as they" can-
not'reacb the diseased portion of
the ear.' There is only one-way to
cure deafness, and that is by con
stitutional remedies Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition
of the nuoous lining onhe . Eusta
chian Tuoe; When 5 this-4 tube is
enflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deaf
ttess is the result, and unless the
inflammation can b& taken out
and het tube restored to its normal
condition, bearing willbe destroy
ed forever; nine cases out of teii
are caused by Catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition
of the mudous surfaces? 1
We will give - Ono Hundred
Dollars for any case of Deafness
(caused by catarrh) that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure1;:
Send for circulars, free. ' l
P. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75
Take Hall's Family Pills for
Never Fails to Restore
Gray Hair to its Natural
Color and Beauty.
ifo matter how long it has been gray
or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth
of healthy hair. Stops its falling out.
and positively removes Dan
droll. Keeps hair soft and glossy. Re
fuse all substitutes. 2 times as much
in $1.00 as 50c'? size. - I&Not a Dye.
$1 and 50c. bottles, at drncqists
Send 2c for free book " The Care of the Hair. "
Philo Hay Spec. Co., Newark, H. J.
Hay's Harfina Soap
Ted,roufrh and chapped hands, arid all- f Lin t is
eases. Keep-4 skin fine an I soft 25c. drup jsts.
Sead2c for free book "The Care of the fakm.
. Smith Drug Company.
.Report of the condition of "
THE BANK OF SPENCER,
, at Spencer, N. C, at the close
of business, Nov 16, 1909.
Loans and Discounts $41,066.00
Overdrafts secured 303.22
Overdrafts unsecured 187.08
Furniture and Fixtures 1,100.00
.Due from Banks and Bankers 2,935.15
Gold Coin 500.00
Silver coin, including all mi
nor coin currency . 454.34
National bank notes and
other U. S. notes, .v. . . . 12,755.00
Capital stock $5,000.00
unaiviaea pronts, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
Deposits subject toheck. ... 48,469.94
Due to Banks and Bankers 689.33
State of N. C, county of Rowan,
I, J . K, Dorsett, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
oi my knowledge and belief.
Jas. K. Dobsett, cashier
Correct Attest :
W, C. Gatkwood, )
H. L. Monk, V Directors
M. L Smoot, )
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this the 26th day of Nov. 1909.
Thos. S. Bkooks, notary public
The Northern Conference of
North Carolina Lutheran Synod
which has been in session in Hav
en church, Charlotte, since Thurs
day morning, adjourned Saturday
night. The following officers
were chosen for next year : Rev
M. M. Kinard, president; Rev. G.
H, L. Lingle, secret i. , d Rev.
T. C. Parker, treasurer, all being
The two store rooms on East
Innes Street f rmerly occupied by
the Spot Cash Store are being nil
ed with new shelving, etc. and
put in shape to be occupied. L.
Banks will open a line of clothing
in one of the rooms, and ITartline
& Co, will move their large stock
of harness and accessories from
their present store, corner of Lee
and East Innes into the other.
Of the. pain which many women experience with everf
month it makes the gentleness and kindness always associ
ated "TOth" womanhood seem to "be almost a miracle.
While in general no woman rebels against what she re
gards as a natural necessity there is joo .woman who would
nofgladly he free from this recurring period of pain. y
DtPiirtes Favorite Prescrlbilon makes
weak women strong and sick women
well, and Hives' them freedom from pain.
It establishes regularity, subdues inflame
mation, heals .ulceration and cures te
Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter,
free.' All corresoondence stricter private and sacredly
confidential. Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Med
ical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
If you want a book that tells ah about woman's diseases, and how, to cure
them at home, send 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce, to ,-pay, cost of mailing
only, and be will send you a:copy ot Jut, great thousand-page illustrated
Common Sense Medical Adviser-revised, upo-date edition,-in paper covert.
In handsome cloth-binding, 31 stamps. ' ' " ""'
DR: M J. RAGLANO
Office aud hospital on Inniss St., near
Mansion Mouse corner. Day phone
205. Night phone 480. 4-27 tf
; Mew IFgjIII.
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SATURDAY, December 4th
Doors Open Promptly At 10 O'clock.
i08-110 W. InncNS St,
4 Salisbury, N. C,
Carry a.fuli line of Caskets, Cof
fins and Banal Robes.. Latest im
proved equipments consisting of
Hearses, Casket Wagons, Church
You will feel better almost
immediately, and still better
THE CENUINE has the RED Z on
tho front of each package and tho
signature and seal of J. H. ZEIUN
& CO., on tho side, in RED. r
" FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Three large shipments of Chinaware just received, Of
course it s too near toe noiiciays tor us to give so mucn room phone calls
to this line, and next baturday we wilreell thousands of Sii-L or 201.
pieces that will leally surprise you.
To get the best bargains you must be here promptly at
Many pieces worth as much as 50c will be sold for as
little as 10 cents.
: Special attention given to
calls, day or night, by their
dertakers, Mr. T. W. Summersett
and Mr. R. M. Davis.
day, 224; night,
Embalming a Specialty.
In Superior court
129 North flain Street.
8AL1LBUBY, 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. Noewood,
P.H.Thompson, W. T. Bdsbt,
1 HOUSE FURNISHINGS I
WhPII in thp fiitV dou'fe forget to give me a call. I am the
IIHCII III UIP UIIJ 0jdegt furnjture dealer in the city. I
carry one of tho largest stocks in the
State and can supply everything in and about the house. I
have an ordinary store full in each department.
Why I have more chairs than you can shake a stick
at. Little chairs, big chaiis, rocking chairs, parlor
chairs, dinning room chairs, kitchen chairs, office
chairs, porch chairs, and chairs some more .
Doric anri Doririinnr Window shades and curtains, carpets,
DClia dllU DCUUIII&, matting, rugs, oil cloth and linoleum.
bookcases, clocks, toilet sets, bath robes, hall
racks, tables, baby cariiages, pictures and in
short anything needed to make the home com-
lU N D E R T AKIN Q
Pnmo tn coo mo and T wil1 show yn godB and quote you
UUII1G 1U OPC HIP prices that will help you to get right.
OUDIOTMAO OICTO In making your selictions don't
UnnlOl IVIAO Ulr I U. forget to give me a call.
GOn't FflWfit that 1 do Undertaking and Embalming.
UUII I I Ul&CI Q00fi service aod reasonable psices. When
in need call on me.
YOURS FOR BUSINESS,
ml MP I
Hamilton, Brown Shoe Company's Shoes,
the largest shoe makers in the world. There's a
reason. They make nothing but all leather shoes,
all kinds, all styles, all prices. See the six months
guarantee on the Hardware Shoe.
The Guaranteed Shoe.
Six months wear and satisfaction are guaranteed
to the wearer of this shoe. '
What We Know.
The upper stock in these shoes is cut from the
celebrated chrome tanned water-proof leather. Soft
and pliable, and the most durable leather known
for hard wear. This shoe HAS TWO FULL SOLES,
cut from overweight steer hide leather, tanned for
seven months. The soles are fastened with Puritan
stitch and two rows of Standard screws: The, in
soles and counters are of special selection. The full
leather gusset excludes the dirt. The pull strap is
leather sewed with WAXED FLAX THREAD,
DOUBLE STITCH SADDLE SEAM. We know
this is the best shoe made for long wear and hard
What "We Believe.
Jf these shoes are kept cleaned and well oiled with
neat's-f oot oil, tallow, or viscol oil, they will look
better and wear much longer. Thousands of pairs
have been worn a year, and many pairs have worn
two years, when theyare well taken care of.
What We Will Do.
If this shoe does not give yon six months wear and satis
faction, return them with this ticket to the dealer who sold
them to you, and we will exchange them for a n 3 w pair
This guarantee does not cover cases where the shoe has
been cut, snagged, burned, or injured by powerful acids or
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.
Coat Suits an d Coats.
We have a few coat Buits and coats carried from last sea
son that we are selling for half price. Some good rain coats
at half price. Some good wool dres goods half price. Oar
big stock of dress goods and notions are selling on a basis
of 8 cts, cotton. Don't wait until this supply is gone and
you have to buy on a 15cts. cotton basis. If you have never
bought goods from us before it will pay you to come in and
compare our prices. Come and see us.
Brittain & Campbell.
November term 1909
J. R. Thomas, C. J. Tinsley,"! Non-Re-
H.W.Holtand H. o. Holt isidents
vs J-of a u m
I. L. Miller and wife Essie ) mons and
M. Miller et ai: J Atlach
The defendants,! L. Miller and wife
Essie M. Miller, above named will take
notice that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Superior
SCourt of Rowan county to recover of
the defendant I. L Miller the sum of
$83 80 and interest from December 11th
1907, and to set aside, as fraudulent, a
deed for one house and lot in Spencer,
IN. o.. from 1. Li Miller to his wife Es
sie M. Miller, registered in Register's
mce of Kowan county in book 111
page 382 ; and the said defendants wil
ake further notice that a warrant of
attachment has been issued by tne
Clerk of the Superior court of Rowan
bounty against the taid house and lot
and that the sheriff of Rowan county
has attached and levied on said house
and lot in this cause, returnable to
November term 1909 of Rowan Super
ior court, and that the said I. L. Mil
ler and wife Essie M, Miller are hereby
required to appear at the next term of
the Superior court of Rowan county to
be held on the 11th Monday af ter the
1st Monday in September 1909, in Sal
isbury, N. o , and answer or lemur to
the complaint in said action, or the
plaintiffs will apply to the court for
the relief demanded in said complaint.
mu octooerytn. 1809.
J. F. MccUBBINS,
clerk Superior court.
For your inspection at this, store.
Also big lot of
going at factory cost.
Bett Shoe Store
1 11 North Main St.
8 A Line
up That Can't be Beat:
iThe Old Reliable Frick Steam Engine
and the Stickney Gasoline,
; There Is None Better.
3 We represent Sprout-Weldron, mill builders, Flour
:and Corn mill machinery, Feed cutters, Grinders,
Hay Balers, etc. Y'e carry in stock a complete line
of Circular and Cut-of Saws, Belting, Oils and a Gen
eral line of mill supplies.
Also the John Lucas Paints and Oils.
" Hardware, Billies, Farm Implements, Galvanizes Eoofint.
SALISBURY, N. O.
J. S. MeCUBBIN,
P. A. HARTMAN,
Vice-Pi rsident .
H. L ROUZER,
Treas. & Gen. Mgr
HIGHEST MARKET PUCE
. PAID FOR RAW FURS
Wocfl ComTntorioo. Write for
price-list mentioning thia ad .
.JOH?2 WHITE & CO.. Looievna. Kx.
The Curse of the South-
What iS the maMer With the SOUth? According to govern weht report of
1908 "The Secret is out at lastthe Southerner, contrary to enrrent
opinion is not lazy, shiftless, indifferent or careless. "He is eick"
the South is afflieted with and h irbors that most dreaded treacherous
and destructive of all diseases Anemia, Pernicious Anemia, The
average Southerner is a sufferer of this health destroying parasite
which destroys the red bloood cells producing an impoverished con
dition of the blood ; characterized by extreme pallor, general debility,
weakness, loss of vigor, lack of ambition, and general undermining
of vitality. The climate and atmospheric conditions destroy the
vitality. Lethimgetover .it. Get rid of it. Get well, and he is
good physically as the best American can boast. If there is health
of the slightest degree in your system,' "WAKE IT UPL CALL IT
FORTH. PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER 1 MANi WOMAN OR
CHILD; all can and thould be well. To neglect yourself is to reflect
upon the wisdom of your Maker. Nature intends all humanity to
enjoy a full measure of health ind vigor. If you da not the fault is,
your own, for you are yourself to blame for it. Wonders Tiave been
accomplished for the people of Tenneessee, Alabama, Georgia and
Mississippi, let us now da as much for the people pf the Carohnas. A
postal, will bring yorithe necessaTy information. Send no money.
Write to-day. Don't neglect this chance here offered you" Address,
The Cleveland Institute of riodicine and Surgery, 2
Cleveland, Ohio . Cobneb Kinbmak bd. and 72d. Stbeet.
wplfl Young Men s Ms
. , AT 8, $9 II $10
Ederheimer, Stein & Co.
We have just received i big ship
ment of young men's suits. Prin
cipally odd lots, but all sizes. Ev
ery youth and small man can be fit
ted. The fabrics are exceptionally
good, and includes some of the most
popular materials of the season.
Every suit guaranteed to be all
wool; or money refunded. The
coats are made either single or
double breasted, with all the latest
flaps and cuffs; the new long roll
lapel 3 button sack. The trousers
are cut extreme full, with open welt
seams and wide cuff bottoms. These!
suits will be sold at $8, $9, $10.
Buy one of these Suits and save from $3 to $5
125 S. Main St.