THE CAROLINA 7ATChL1AH.
SHORT LOCAL ITEMS
The Young People V Society of
bfc. John's Lutheran church has
pledged itself . to raise $100.00
for home missions avd other
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A number of Rowan' Confeder
rte veterans left Monday night for
Norfolk to attend the annual re
union of the North Carolina vet
erans in that city yesterday and
A number of Sulisburians will
go a fishing at Cooleemee next
Wednesday, They wil be enter
tained by T. Y. Terrell and R. L.
Elliott and the ladies of Coolee
mee. The marriaga of Mrs . Beatrice
Gallimore, of Salisbury, and New
ton A. Rogers, of Locke township,
took place at the Presbyterian
Ma use, Spencer. Monday evening,
Rev. R. E. Steele, pastor of the
Spencer Presbyterian churob, offi
ciating. , -
Mies Mary L. Cooper, of China
Grove, and Chas C. Smith, were
married in the Southern in this
city Friday night, August 266b,
Rev. G A. B. Holderby, of East
Rev. S. B. Turrentine has re
turned from a short vacation.
Rev. R. L. Motley is now spend
ing a poition of his vacation in
M. G. M. Fisher, Rev. M. -M
Kiuard, pastor of St. John's Lu
theran church, and a number of
other Lutherans, went to Rich
mond, Va,, to attend a meeting
of the United Synod of the Luth
Rev. Byron Clark, pastor of
the First Presbyterian church,
has returned from a short stay at
Clarkton and other points in
A half dozen of the members of
the Salisbury colored firemen are
attending Colored State Firemen's
Association, now in sesson at Winston-Salem.
The Kress store is now receiving
lprge quantaties of goods and will
soon be ready to open.
J. E Alexander, the photogra
pher, is spending a few days in
Rich mond. Va., attending the sab
sions of the Photographer's Con
vention of North Carolina an Vir
ginia. The Presbyterian folk are bulg
ing a handsome church at Kan
napolis. W. F . Jones is superin
tending the construction of the
The Rowan Chemical Co , is a
new enterprise for Salisbury.
We understand the company has
secured a charter and is capitaliz
ed at $50,000. It will handle
phosphate dust, agricultural lime,
chemicals and fertilizers material.
Hugh M. Brown and E. B. Neave,
Jr., are interested in the enter-erprise.
.; R. J. Holmes announces that
he will put in a modern plate
glasB front in the building recent
ly vacated by the Snider-Rainey
Mr. and Mrs. Byuum Carter, of
Athens, Ga., are visiting friends
and relatives in the city. Mr.
Carter is an old old Sahsburiau
and has matny friends here. lie
waB reporter. for the Daily Truth-
Index at onetime. .
J. M. Julian, whose sickneBS was
noted last week, has a well devel
oped ca3e of the new disease, , pel
legra. While it is a' very serious
matter the disease has responded
to the efforts of the medical pro
fession and Mr. Julian has a host
of friends who hope that it may do
so in this instance.
W. G. Honeycutt, of Cabarrus
county, was in the city yesterday
on business. He brought with
him a pear, whioh is one of a sec
ond crop from his orchard, He
says some of the second crop pears
ai'e as large as a pint cup. This
is a little unusual but little more
is to be expected in a fine climate
and long summer the like of ours
Many, many are the second crops
of grain, vegetables and fruits pos
sible here. .
Jas. H. Ramsay made annlica-
for the Salisbury postoffice to be
made a savings bank office. Ac
knowledgement and a promise of
consideration was made.
The Spencer graded school open
ed yesterday with a very credit"
able number of pupils, present. J
A. Wjlliams is superintendent
ot tne school.
The actual transfrer of the;af
fairs of the Salisbury postoffice by
Jas. H. Ramsay to W, H, Hobson
took place oaturday night. J. Ed.
Darton, Mr. Hobson' assistant,
has taken up the work and is fa
miliarizing himself with the duties
of this job.
T. J. Maupiu, who has been ifi.
Washington for several -months,
has returned to Salisbury to
make bis home. - -
Rev. R. A. Goodman, of Christ's
church, East Spencer, is attending
the bedside. of his mother, who is
quite ill at her home in Iredell
. r. bhupmg of the firm of
Taylor . & Co., is at home with
The Snider-Rainey Wholesale
Grocery Company, which has been
doing business in the old R. J.
Holmes store-room, have moved
into the old Farmer's Warehouse,
corner Fisher and Church streets.
They say the move was necesiary
owing to lack of room and an in
Best ever Used
A. B. Heinlein, Harrison, Idaho
says: L have used Dr. Bell's rine-Tar-Honey
for coughs and colds
and it is the best I have ever tried
Look fur the Bell on the Bottle.
Lightning Kills Negro Woman.
While in China Grove Friday
evening we learned of the death
Fer.rie Gibson, daughter of Rev.
Frank GilBon, colored. The girl
was a graduate of Livingstone
College and was about 19 years of
age. The family was altogether
when the storm came up; but
Feme went into her room, then
dllowed the clap of lightning.
Her mother called but she answer
ed not and upon investigation she
was found dead. The family
lives in the Sandy Ridge neigh-
borhood, near Saw, in Atwell
CANNjT BUILD BRIDGE. YET.
Commissioners Have Fine Meeting. Com-
mitt8e on Circus License.
The Rowan county commission
ers met in regular monthly session
Mondavi The full board was
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present consisting ofP. B. Beard,
chairman: R. B. Feeler, w, r.
Barber, W. L. Harris, Alex; Hart
man . The business was largely
routine, the following being an
outline of the transactions :
It was ordered that Messrs.
Beard, Herris and Barber be ap
pointed a special committee to
instruct the sheriff in negotiating
the Issue of license to auy circus.
A franchise was granted to the
Grace Telenhone ComoanT to
erect a Jinje from China Grojseto
Graham's plaoe in Atwell township.
Register E . H. Miller reported
that the tax books were practical
ly complete and he was ordered
to turn same over to tne snetin
and township tax collector.
Superintendent Carter, chain
gang No. 1, reported 84 convicts,
32 colored and 2 whites. -Super
intendent Thompson of-No. 2, re
ported 37 convictB, 29 colored and
7 whites and one colored female.
Mr. Carter reported chills in the
Mrs. C. S. Patterson, superin
tendent of the county home, re
ported 19 inmates, 14 white and 5
Plans for the bridge over South j
River were submitted by the Car
olina Engineering Company, of
Burlington, N. C, from tbe Os
wego Bridge Company, Greens
boro, and from the York Bridge
Company. In this matter it was
ordered that owing to the fact
that the proposed bridge over
South River is on the line between
two counties, Rowan and Davie,
and that the legislative action
will be necessary before any ac-
tion can be taken, tuereiore n
was decided to rest the enterprise
Mrs. Wesley $hu Miss Alice Pearson
ani wt CCUf ren are Taken.
Mrs;ee4MiUer, of Salis
bury wb le iiithing home Satur
day afte) 1100 after a visit to her
farm in Fi4-ljp, on te New
MocksviUS a .iswas very serious
ly rnjured ity hr team running
away anttrrtoing ner out . She
was knotfee&uaconscioug and was
taken to e iWhitehead-Stokes
banitor.mn, wbSfB everything pos
sible was Hoia ffT her jrelief , but
without resets ,j She died soon
after, haijfaftld to regain oon
sciousneiu Sn was about 45
years of gz The funeral was
held Mondaygnoling and the in
terment was.lot i bethel Lutheran
Church ' tktV&olPxp.' She was the
widow of the. lata Wesley W. Mill-
er and leavs I ve children th
mourn her 10$, tTtb of whom were
with her phe fcfo- sad aooident
Township. They are well behaved
people and have the sympathy of untji af ker tne legislature meets
many good people. - The trouble lies in the fact that
The storm was quite severe and Davie countv does not" want a
did damage to tiees, growing Krio nnH iii nnt meet Rowan in
crops, telephone lines and a house the matter. therefore action is de
at Landis was struck, the chimney jayed for the present. It is stated
being knocked down and a hole tat a number of Davie citizenp
made in the roof. It is the prop- near South River are interested in
erty of a Mr. Correll and was oc- building the bridge and will con
cupied by Back Roberts. tribute towards constructing it.
The bridge would be of very
. What to Do in Case of Accident great convenience to Davie and
If skin is brok n apply Dr. Beh s R0wau citizens, and it is hoped
Anti-Pain at once and the wound
will heal quickly and never get
YT . 11 1 A
sore, usea internal jy ana exter
the time of the nre, and conse
quently knew nothing of the
origination. Mr. Whisnant is
out of town. Mrs wnisnant was
up tovn and the children were out
at play. A negro woman was in
the kitchen, and a man, a roomer,
whose name cannot be learned.
was up stairs. This man, it is re
the commissioners will be able to
have the proper legislation passed
durinff the comma session of the
legislature and push the work to
RflslrlMftft RnrnPd. completion
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Main street, witn its contents, ftaman famiiy l8 Hollister's Rocky
was destroyed by fire this morn- Mouutain Tea. With it your
ing. It was the property of Mrs. familv is fully protected. Boat
Tni;a Rnntiiroi mftf h n( va in hat v medicine in the world. 85
V U1A XJ yuu&OAA, UXVJUUUA tuniu 1 J .
j T iL..i. j i cents, lea or laoiets. uoruonsuu
1 a.1 j j.ii.-. &Cook.
ea at several tnousanu uoiiars,
wit.h fthnnfc Rf.00 inanrance
The building was occupied by RefOrffl CDUrcn WlNCeS
Zip Whisnat and family, all of Rev. C. B. Heller, pastor of the
whom were away from home at Reform Church at Faith, has just
returned from a trip to northern
cities where he had gone in the
interest of Catawba College. Ac
oordiug to custom Rev. Heller
tells us that the Annual Harvest
Festival Service will be held at
11 a. m., at Crescent and at the
Faith Reformed Church at 8 p
m.. on Sunday, September 18th.
ported, caused the fire by allowing The churches will be especially
a burning cigarette to fall, upon decorated fpr the occasion and the
the bed, having gone to sleep, sermon, which will be preached
This, however, seems improbable bv Rev. Heller will be concern
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as he found it necessary to jump ing the harvest.
out of a second story window to
save himself. In dion so it is re
ported that he broke or badly in
jured his back and an arin. The!
ambulance was called and he was
taken to the sanitorium.
Mi. Whisnant lost his entire
household effects, clothing, pa
pers, etc. He has some insuranco
The berned house adjoins that
of Oapt. Gej. H. Shaver, which
was saved onlv by the hardest
kind of work by the firemen.--His
house was right badly injured
and-will need repairs. He has
enough snsurance to cover his
The house on tbe right cought
fire but was saved. It suffered
vry little damage.
It was some time before the
alarm was turned in and the fire
men did not have the notice in
time to check the fire in itsinoipi-
enoyj but did very effective work
when once at it, prevented its
spread and the destruction of
Later. We learn the man jump
ed from the window was W . J.
Ray, who, it is thought, is not se
Mary, the kS-vf '-ekg-old daugh-
ter of Mr. Hncf Mr4 Louis Gullet,
al was heldMiada' evening from
the residence, SevJ. M, MoKen
zie officiating! fhe interment
was in Chestnut Hill cemetery.
nir. vauue. is a itypo m The
WATCHMASffi has the sym-
pathy of th' v e&tti. force and a
arge circle -f -fgiet'ijli
Miss Alic eaiS5pn, about 70
years of age fo' many years a
resident of Saisbery, died in
Grace HospitaMofganton, Sat
urday evening fmhe effects of
paralysis from 'ic Bhe has suf
fered for severaiem Her re
mains were brought? to Salisbury-.
Monday, wQl;e aVded to St.
Luke's Epiropll church, where
the funeral n-fos was held,
thence to tht v Ebglish Cemetery,
uear Dy, wte e tet interment was
had. Rev. h . Cheatham of
ficiated, ft is.s 3 Pearson was a
grand-daughiftj Grv.John W.
Ellis, was higlileucated, lived
in the old Els oii&, corner cf
iaii" vrt i ' .5 ti'. J-:.: .
amis ana J?8hfr f Streets, and
taught Behoof thej&til the'death
of her mothe?" scfwhich time
she sold he'rnrY)Dirv and has
moved abrut roVjj placf to place.
&ne is survijed-'byta brother,
Charles W. PMrfeu ud familv:
of Polk County 'p.'
Helen, the; l&reeand.a-ha 1 f-
y ear-old daugUebfelrs. M. O.
Thompson's, tiej'; Monday even
ing. The fuu?PM w.b- held from
the residenoe .-n tfu interment
took place in Cbftn1i Hill ceme
tery yesterday vPnir.g'i
TAKES r- '
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
U Issue New Telephone Directory.
Manager J. B. Reeves, manager
ofythe Salisbury and Spencer ex
changes of the SouthernBeltCom
pany, -announces tna tne new
telephone directory will soon be
issueS" The new list will be cor
rected up to September 15, and he
sta tea that all those who wish to
make ohanges in their listings or
to have their names placed in the
new directory should communicate
with him at once. Those who are
contemplating installing tele
phones in their homes or offices
should act promptly in order that
their names may appear properly
in the new directory .
Manager Reeves states that
there will be a number of new
names added to the list and that
the growth of the ezohange is a
strong indication of the progress
of Salisbury and Spencer.
Recently this company put in a
switch board at China Grove,
with headquarters at Blackwelder
& Ritchie's. The following are
the subscribers connecting at Chi
Tattorson-Young Mercantile Co.,
and same at Kannapohs ; Landis
Cotton Mill, Deal & Lipe, at Lao
die; Dr. G. A. Ramsaur, H.. E.
Eddleman, A. T. Bost, A. Crees,
N. White Menus, Milo Klnttz, A.
A. Bost and W. C. Kluttz.
Rural Mall Carriers Meet.
The Rural Mail Carriers' Associ
ation met in tbe Court House here
Monday. Four counties were rep
resented, Cabarrus, Staoly, Dav
idson and Rowan. B. G. -Whitley
of Albemarle is president, and
Ernest Ritchie, of Richfield, iB
The address of welcome was de-
ivered by Mayor A. L. Smoot and
the response was made by presi
dent Whitley and Rev. D. R.
The object of the Association is
he mutual benefit of its members.
Stomach Blood an ;
Mueh slekness starts with weak stomach, and consequent -poor,
impoverished blood. Nervous and palepeople lack
ood, rich, red blood. Their stomachs need invigorating
. for, after all, a man can be no stronger than his stomach.:
A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver
active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives
out disease-producing bacteria and cures a whole multi
tude of diseases. - .
Cef rid ot yohr Stomach Weakness ana
Liver Laziness by taking a coarse of
Or. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
7tb,e ireat s"nacA Restorative, Liver
Mnvi&orator and Blood Cleanser.
Yon cant afford to accept any medicine of unknown
compostfton as a substitute for "Golden Medical Discov
ery, which is a medicine of known composition, having
a complete list of ingredients in plain English on its bottle-wrapper,
same being attested as correct under oath.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regqlate and lavlzorate Stomach. Liver and Bowel J.
The South Yadkin Baptist Association:
Ths South Yadkin Baptist As-
sooiation which met ;with - ;the
Chestnut Hill Baptist church last
week was well attended and nume
rous interesting sermons were
preached and papers read. The
reports made show that the
churches in the Association are
mote than holding their own.
Rev. J.N. Stallings was re elected
moderator, "-and Rev. N. M, Swaim
was re-elected clerk and treasurer.
the time and place of the next
meeting was left to the executive
committee. It was urged that en-
brcement of the prohibition laws
be looked after.
For use on Face and Hands
Dr. Bell's Antise tic Salve is the
best. It is a creamy snow white
ointment and one 25c box will
ast three monthB.
DR. M.J. RAG LAND
Office aud hospital on Inniss St., near
Mansion House corner. Day phone
Night phone 480. - 4-270 25.
FaifflS for Sale. Any reader of this
paper who has a farm for sale
can have it advertised free of cost
by placing it with us. Any one
wanting 10 buy a farm should see
ps before making a purchase.
Wm. H. Stkwart, Salisbury, N. C
Five Departments Collegiate
Graduate, Engineering, Law, and
Education. Large Library facilities.
Well -equipped laboratories in all
all departments of science. Gym
nasium furnished with best appa
ratus. Expenses very moderate.
Aid for worthy students.
Teachers and Students expecting
to engage in teaching should in
vestigate the superior advantages
offered by the new Derpartment of
Education in Trinity College.
For catalogue and further informa
R. L. FLOWERS, Sec'y.,
7-6 10t DURHAM, N. O.
TRINIfY PARK SCHOOL
A First-Class Preparatory School
Certificates of Graduation accepted
for Entrance to Leading Southern
Faculty of ten officers and teach
ers. Campus of seventy-five acres.
Library containing more than forty
thousaad bound volumes. Well
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ards and modern methods of instruc
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nent lecturers. Expenses exceed
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For catalogue and other information ad-
F. S. ALDRLDGE, Bursar,
7-6 lOt DURHAM, N. C.
DR.KING'S NEW DISCOVERY
Will Sorely Stop That Cough.
has just closed, and
What you edsin' neighbor?
Helpin' Bill. :WaVs;Bili doin'?
rielpirj' Mandf What's Mandy
doin'? HelpW iothr. What's
Mother doin'? TmHolliater's
Mountntr Tp. Sensible
A Blockade Distlllri 0 tW-
Friday mornh h uing receiv
ed information -olahe Effect that.
a blockade disti jtjr lhad set np
ior Dusiness in ifcaaerrownship,
about 12 miles fjom I Salisbury,
Deputy Sheriff tftor end Deputy
Collector Davis, ;j&ntdown aud
mainly took ifgcfatf i.situation.
which was aboufe'afolfewB:
A still capable priphcing 100
gallons of brand 'as, ' discovered
in a louely unpr'ttel condition,
arranged for eer leval awaiting
to begin operatiff iv&one -was
present, and therar $ic thing to
indicate that ac shiifTi unlawful
had taken placeSoHiR fruit was
fouud in a house -iar b, but did
not seem Bufficifj&i' tofmake an
arrest, bo the o.lfojtfMBontented
themselves with 'zjtktiitg up the
still aud leaving. i5 i
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Is prevented b;ypptyiug Dr.
BellV Anti-Pain Incuts,, scratch
es and bruises, ."dcitroys all
septic matter eni"h;el8 th wound
to heal without srxuetV 'Be Bure
to get Dr. Bell's.
Great Quantities Of Goods Were . Sold, 8
Bat he is Still in the O
D Ring with Lotp more of O
FRESH GOODS AT LOW PRICES, o
Look over my Stock of
LADIES' UNDERWEAR, Q
TABLE LINENS, X
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SHOES, X
SUMMER DRESS GOODS, X
WHITE GOODS AND DOMESTICS, g
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR GOODS, ! X
MEN'S SHIRTS, O
LADIES' AND MEN'S HOSE, O
HANDKERCHIEFS, SHEETS, CI
LACE CURTAINS, PILLOW-CASES, 0
and all kinds of
WHITE GOODS FOR SHIRT
WAISTS, DRESSES, ETC.
Our prices are as low as the lowest, '
Our goods are truly as good as the best,
And, if you are one of those who knoweth,
We invite you, call and give us the test.
Youra for Business,
K W. -WMECOFF.
PEOPLES NAT 'ALBANX.
Does a Gencffi Bankiuf
We pay 4 pr.tftDH Smie de
posits. Interest l&ydble' every
three months. ' . cs.
Prompt atenirgiVe to any
Your business' lleited
Peoples' KatimM tMUtntu
John S. HendebsoiI NoawooD.'
U. JU. UA SKILL. 1.-T. JKTBBT.
SUTHERLAND'S EAt l'VE-SALYE
uooa tor Nothing:- tns yes
You will lose both time and
moLey if you dout er-e us before
buying fall shoes. We have a
full line of the wonderful Elkiu
and Troy home-made shoes,
which is given up to be the best
shoes on the market. Try them
pnc aud you will. buy theuf
We also carry a staple line of
Dfy Goods, Notions, Ladies'
and Gents' Hats, Furniture,
Coffins, CasketB and Robes at
less than pou can buy elsewhere.
We also have a full supply of
Lister's and Royster's guano,
the best guano sold, try it and
see, 8 31 5t
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8 Engines SjXaII "
B. ft, FE!
05 Bell's Antiseptica!v
f?ood for al Skin Diseases.
OR: BELL'S ANTUPAIN
For Internal and External Pains
WRITE as for prices on the SilKNKY ENGINE,.
They are the most simple.durable and economical en
gines manufactured. The electric igniter is on the
outside of cylender where it is cool and the spark
can be seen at all times. The mixer is automatic and posi
tive in ita action which insures reliability aud satisfaction.
Engine body is made of charcoal iron, the very Lost and all
cranks are dropped forged steel . Takes one ol the most
rigid guarantees placed on any piece of machinery. If you
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