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We are going to make the big
gest cuts of the season.
50 dozen boy's ribbed hose, 25c values, reduced
100 dozen men's pure silk ties, 50c values, reduced
50 dozen men's handkerchiefs, 10c values, reduced
50 dozen men's handkerchiefs, 5c values, reduced
' One thousand pair of Regal shoes. Your choice of this lot of
shoes at manufacturer's cost.
750 men's fine suits. We are going to make a clean sweep,
price reduced to half.
STORES: Salisbury, Greensboro and High Point.
THE CAROLINA VATGhMAN.
SHORT LOOAL ITEM
Another re-uuioa is scheduled
to take place soon. lb is one will
be by the Overcash family at
Eoochville, Thursday, October
19th . Al) members of the family
are requested to be present and
bring baskets and join in the pio
nio to be had in the grore. The
exercises will begin at 10 o'clock
in the morning. Look np the
family history and come prepared
to tell what yon know.
Miss Louise Lampkin, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Lamp
kin, of Spencer, and Remains
Porter, of Salisbury, . were mar
ried at the home of Be?, M. M.
Kinard, pastor of St. John's
Lutheran's church, Saturday
night at 10:80 o'clock. Immedi
ately after the ceremony the
couple left for northern cities on
a short wedding tour. Mr. Por
ter is an employee in the South-
thern's shops near here. They
will make their heme with Mr.
Mrs. E. B. C. Hambly, through
her attorney, Hon. John 8. Hen
derscn, has sold her mining prop
erty ia Montgomery county to
Eli cheeta of Washington, D. 0.
This property joins the Iola mine
aud and ia thought to be very rich.
The price paid was $16,000.
Senator Overman joined Hiok
ory Camp, No. 49, W. O. W.,
here last night. After the initia
tion the crowd was addressed by
Senator Overman and Rev. G. A.
The third quarterly meeting of
the Rowan oonnty branob of the
Farmers E. and;C. Union, will take
place with Mulberry local, near
the County Home, Friday Ooto
ter6th. The meeting will last
but one day land an interesting
program has been arranged.
The Franklin Township Sun
day School Association held its
annual convention Sunday in
Bethel M. E. church, and several
hundred people were present
R9V. J. L. Vippermau, of Spen
cer, A. B. Saleeby, Dr. 0. M,
Van Poole and others made inter
esting talks. A. E. -Meyers was
elected president and Miss Annie
Barrier was made secretary. The
next meeting of the association
will be held with Enon Baptist
Cards have been sent out an-
nnnnninii th marriage of Miss
Mary Lueetta, daughter of Rev
and Mrs. H. M. Brown cf Oabar
rus county and Rev. R. R Sow
ere, of Rowan, which is to take
nl&QA at St'. Martins' Lutheran
church. EBrds. N. 0., Tuesday,
October 10th. The parties to
this couple have a host of friends
in Rowan and Cabarrus counties
who wish tnem much joy in their
The Marine Band is here
w' II give one of its famous musi-
! entertainments in the opera
136 here tonight.
Invitatione to the wedding cf
Miss Sadie Soott, daughter of
Mrs. R M. Davis, of Salisbury,
and Eugene E. Gray. Jr.. of
Winston-Salem, to take place in
the First Presbyte-ian church.
Wednesday, Ootober 11th, at sev
en o'clock, have been sent out.
Rev. R. R. Sowers has moved
from Franklin to Granite Quarry.
The Salisbury Supply fc Com
mission Company has secured the
oontraot to wire a large four-
story building for the Huntley,
Hill fc Stockton Company, a
furniture firm in Winston-Salem.
The Salisbury oompany will' fur
nish all the fixtures and supplies
for wiring and lighting the build
Mesdames M. O, Quinn, Jas. P.
Moore and Jas. H. Ramsay went
down to Charlotte yesterday to
attend the unveiling of a tablet to
the memory of Gen. John Locke,
who was killed by the British at
Sugar Creek, Mecklenburg county
Bids are being received for the
erection of an offioe and tool
room for the keeper of Chestnut
PLAN TO ESTABLISH MILITARY SCHOOL.
A Number of Citizens Heir the Plan tod
Appoint a Soliciting Committee.
Friday evening it is said a num
ber of our citizens gathered at the
Empire Hotel for the purpose of
meeting some one from Washing
ton, D. C, for the purpose of
hearing a proposition and taking
action cn the establishment of an
up-to-date military sohool. The
un-named prominent educator
offers to put .up $20,000 if the
citizens will put up a like sum
aud donate a seven-or-eight-acre
traot of land . The property is.
all to belong to the professor and
be agrees to remain here teny ears,
It is preferred that the land be
near the oar line.
The following gentlemen were
selected a committed to solicit
donations: C. 8. Reams,
man; O W. 3pencer and
Marriage of Popular Couple at Faith,
Faith, Sept. 26th. The resi
dence cf P. A. Peeler was the
scene of a pretty home wedding
at 6 o'clock Tuesday morning,
when his attractive and accom
plished daughter, Miss Mamie
Peeler, became the bride of Wil
liam Barger. The parlor was
tastefully decorated with rosea
and ferns . r The bride wore a
going away gown of blue cloth
and carried a boquet of white
roses. The couple entered to the
.trains of tb.9 wedding maroh
nlaved by Miss Mary Heller and
were made one by the bride's
pastor, Rev. 0. B. Heller. After
the wedding breakfast, Mr. and
Mrs. Barger left on the North
bound train for Washington.
The best wishes of their many
riends follow this deservedly
Paul Good, colored, was ar
rested in Spencer last Friday
night with a lot of smoking to
bacco in a bag which he was try
ing to dispose of. The negroe's
house : was then searched and
more of the tobaooo was found.
It is thought that he secured it
from cars on the Southern's yard
atSpencar. He was bound over
Last Thursday in the First
Presbyterian Church of ReidBville,
the marriage of Mies'Cora G Pan
nill, daughter of John F. Mill, of
Salibusy, and John T. Nissen.
son of C. F. Nissen, of Winstn
Salem, took place.
i. R. L. Burkhead, of Lexington,
has entered suit against u. u.
Arey, of Salisbury, for $44,000.
Burkhead had obtained a loan
from Mr. Arey of $30,000, and
Mr. Arev insisted on a bonus
of $22,000 and took a piece of land
given as security for the debt.
rhis is considered usury, and is
therefore the cause for the suit .
The matter will be tried at Lex
The last term of the Rowan Su-
narior Court being taken up with
a few unusual criminal cases and
having failed to reach the civil
dooket at all petition was made
the govenor for a special term.
The govenor informs the Bar As
sociation that the judges are all
busy on their circuits and conse
quently itbe request cannot be
Ueetiflg of VY. C. T. u.
The looal W. C. T. U. held a
meeting- at Mrs. J. M, Boyd's
Friday evening. The meeting
was full of interest, ft number of
important subjects relative to
their work was discussed. The
following ladies were elected dele
gates to the State convention
Miss Emma Hntchins. State Su-
Derintendent of Sunday Sohool
Work; Mrs. B. W. Hatcher.
State superintendent of the press
work, and Mrs. D. R, Beaver,
seoretary of the Salisbury union.
The election of omaers was
cone into with tn lollowmg re
Mrs. O. o. Kmmerson, presi
dent; Mrs. B. H. Hatcher, vice
president; Mrs. D A. 'Beaver,
secretary; Mrs. F. V. Barrier,
superintendent of prison work;
Mrs, A. W. Wmeooff, superinten
dent of the flower mission, and
W. B. Smoot, treasurer.'
DEEDS, NOT WORDS.
Ship Destroyed by ao Explosion.
More than half of her crew of
793 officers and men met death at
Toulob. France, early Monday,
when fire broke out in the ammu
nition hold of the battleship
Liberte. one of the finest vessels
in the French navy. Explosions
whioh followed wreoked the great
ship. The fire was discovered at
fire o'clock. At first it was not
thought to be serhus, but it gain
ed great headway over the sailor's
fighting it.' Suddenly it reached
the magazines, whioh had not
been flooded, owing apparently to
the slight nature of the blaze.
The explosions were terrific,
shaking the vessel fore and aft.
Eaoh was seemingly stronger
than the preceding. They opened
up great fissures in the armor and
frame work. The vessel immedi
ately became a mass of fire and
smoke, and soon sank to the bot
torn of Toulon harbor.
Work ot The Reaper.
Last Friday morning Mrs .
H. Price received a telegram an
nouncing the death of her mother,
Mrs. F . R. Osborne, of Jackson
ville, Fla., from the effects of
a stroke of paralysis a few hours
previously. Mrs. Osborne was
Miss Sallie Roberts, a sister of
Mrs. Ohas. Prioe, of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Price went to
Jacksonville to attend the fun
Mrs. Banks, wife of L. Banks,
who lived in Salisbury a few
years ago, died list Wednesday
night at Bedford City, Va., where
she was on a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs M. Spinel. Her
death was the result of an attack
of pneumonia. Mr, and Mrs. L.
Banks have been living at Roa
noke, Va. The funeral took
place in Richmond Thursday.
Dr. J. W. Kinard, of Leesville,
S. 0, brother of Rev. M. M.
Kinard, ot Salisbury, died Satur
day, September 16th. He was
but 87 years old.
T. S. Boylin, at one time a
resident of Salisbury, died in
Wadesboro Saturday night from
the effects of uatarrn. Me was
about 50 years old and leaves a
John H. Jackson, who lived in
Salisbury and assisted his broth
er, W. F. Jaokson, in the conduct
of the ooutnern Motel some years
ago, died in Washington, D. C,
Salisbury People Haie Absolute Proof ' o
Deeds at Hone.
It's not words but deeds that prove
The deeds of Doan's Kidney Pills,
For Salisbury kidney sufferers,
Have made their local reputations.
Proof lies in the testimony of Salis
bury people who have been cured to
John W. Glover, 128 8. Long St.,
Salisbury, N. O., says: "I believe
Doan's Kidney Pills are the best
remedy to be had for kidney trouble
I suffered severely at times - from at
tacks of backache and hal pains
across my loins. Sometimes I could
not get out of bed without assistance.
A friend told me to give Doan's Kid
ney Pills a trial and finally did so,
Sitting them at J. W. McPherson &
o.'s Drug store. They restored me
to good health and since taking them,
I have not had any trouble from my
back or kidueys." (Statement given,
on January 6, 1908.)
A LASTING IFFKCT.
On February 2, 1911, Mr. Glover
said: "The cure effected by Doan's
Kidney Pills in my ease was perma.
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cents Foster-Milburn Go., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Having qualified as administrator of
the estate of Jesse Hellard, this is to
notify all persons having claims against
the said decedent to file an itemized.
verified statement of same with the
undersigned on or before the 26th day
of September , 1912, or this notic will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
ersons indebted to said estate are
notified to make prompt settlement.
This 28th September, 1911.
J. L. Hellard,
administrator of Jesse Hellard.
W. A. Bristol and B. T. Weatherman,
attorneys, Statesville, N. O. 9-27 8t
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Men to take thirty days Practical
course in our well equipped Machine
Shops, also road lessons; and accept
ood positions. Charlotte Auto School,
harlotte, N, O. 6-24 tf
Not Word of Scandal
m , m m
marred tne oan oi a neignbor on
Sirs. W. P. Spangh, of Manville,
Wyo., who said: "She told me Dr
King's New Life Pills had cured
her of obstinate kidney trouble
and maae ner ieei like a new
woman Easy, bat sure remedy
for stomach, liver and - kidney
troubles. Only 25o at all drug
Sept. 25. The infant child of
Mrs. B. O. Poole died Tuesday
night and was burried Wednes
day at the Methodist cemetery.
One of the most spiritual
meetings closed Sunday last at
the Methodist Ohuroh, conducted
by S L. Owen, of Charlotte, N.
Miss Swanne Ratz, our clever
hello girl, returned to her work
Friday after taking her vaoation
around her old home place.
J. T. Bailey, one of our best
farmers, leaves ms today to man
age the R . J Reynolds farm near
Winston-Salem. We hate to see
him leave, but wish him muoh
Farmers claim about a half
orop of cotton in this neighbor
Mrs. A. Smith, of Mt. Vertioa,
died Saturday night of pellagra.
Frank Bailey, who ia attending
sohool at Hickory, spent Sunday
at home. One or thb Bore.
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Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Pattie Johnson, of
Rowan county, thU is to notify all
persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to file aa item
ized statement of same with the un
dersigned on or before the 10th day of
a iin.4a lQIO rhi. thia nnr.ina nrill ha
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persons indebted to sud estate will
please call ana settle.
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