IPE OfQUIlA VJATC11UAI1,
Wtf. H, oTBWARr, Ed. and Prop
KbUtattd Starr Tuesday at 130 West
Watahmaii and Record, one year, two
f at per week, cash ia adranee, $1.00
par year ; six monuu , dug.
titiMul mm uaniulwilMI ma.ttaP J All
lith. 1S03, at the post office at Sahs
mrr, M. 0., mider tha aot of Congress
at liarahSrd, 1878.
gALxnuiY, N. a, Oct. 25, 1911
ttsss if UUrisI li Virions NilgHorfcoods
Seat ia bi Oar Friends.
1ST We do not print ar
tides not signed by the auth
or real name.
Oct. 28. Tha rain ii throwing
the farmeri behind with then
wheat and oats lowing. There
bat little wheat eown yet in thia
James Alexander, night super
intendent of the cotton mill at
this place, left for his home io
Mt. Pleasant Saturday.
Arthur Morgan, of Mt. Pleas
ant visited Miss Mittie Shoe San
There was a corn shacking at
D. 0 . Holshonser's Friday night
A large crowd was present and all
report a good time.
Olarenee Peeler ia spending a
few days at home.
Jim Park visited his friend.
Miss Elsie Misenheimer Saturday
Mose Holihouier, S. R Palmer
and Harve Wyatt, who have been
battling . logs near China Grove
returned home Saturday night.
Communion services were held
at St. James B. L. church San
Oharlie Holahouser is on the
sick list and was not in his
barber shop Saturday.
George Boger, day fireman at
the cotton mill, visited home
folks over Sunday and got soaked
coming back Sunday evening.
P, A. Peeler visited Joe Misen-
heimer's last Sunday night, i
guess he means business.
Paul Holahouser went to Salis
bury on business Saturday eve
ning. , A.,iI. PaW visited A. W.
- lliasee Cam May and Fallie
Holshonser visited Miss Elsie
The Church Worker's Conven
tion will be held in Ursinus Re
formed church Saturday and
Sunday, October 38th and 29th.
the following lines to them with
apologies to Venus:
8ay paid, yon have heard of evo
Which Darwin with endless mon
key doodle unfurls :
But hare ye heard of that sweet-
Of ten thousand hello girls.
They have surely come to stay ;
We find-men but olumsv onuris
When they undertake the musioal
Of red headed hello girls.
The tired old world is wrapt
White fog is lifting from the
We ring for a duioet nello. or
From the patient, drowsy hello
Are gently reminded of the boy
on the burning deck, -
As the flood through Austin
Hundreds are warned of ruin and
By three brave, heroic hello
Come on Hro Venus, get your
mind off c f granite and babies for
awhile. This is practically new
realms for the flight of Pegasus.
along and put up tombstones to
the grave, . Bo we nave tnat as a
great curios it y. That is nothing
we often read where wealthy peo
ple have expensive- tombstones
put up to their pet animals out
Mr. Mahaley is not pleased a bit
over it. , -
Another family is making ar
rangements to move to High
What is paint? Some people
think anything labelled "paint
is paint, but there's a difference,
just as much as between one kind
of cloth and another. Cloth
nine-tenths cotton and one-tenth
wool, is bogus cloth. Cloth all
wool wears to the limit. Paint
at a price between 75 cents and
41.50 is like bogus oloth. The L.
A M. Paint is all wool and wears
to the limit . There's a reason .
Salisbury Supply & Commission
Write postal for 1 'Money
Saver Price List No. 60."
Longman A Martinet. P. O.
Box 1579, New York.
YADKIN VALLEY RIPPLES
Oct. 21. N. R. Lockhart, our
chief jumper, some time ago was
talking of leaving us but his
neighbors and the railway offi
ce's are glad to learn that he has
eonoluded to stay a while longer.
To err is human, to lorgive is
The railway company is plac
ing two new turbine pumpe at
the river station at a cost of
$4,000.00 each. Spencer will
likely go wet when we get them
A good many opossums are being
caught in the valley in spite of
tha dog tax.
The Valleyitea enjoy the com
munications of Venus very muoh.
If you and I had lived three
thousand years ago Brother, we
would have seen visions and had
our names embalmed in sacred
history, but in this progressive
age of glidden tours and latitudi
narianism of hobble skirts and
conservation, we are simply two
old oodgeri that are behind the
limes, standing agap, wondering
We can hardly pick up a paper
without seeing where some old
battle scarred heroe of the civil
war is lauded to the akies. That
is all right, build more monn
mints for him and above all give
him more fried ohicken, whioh he
had to ileal in the early GO'i.
But we do not read many burn-ing-deok
articles on Unole Sam's
army of telephone operators who
work long hours for a pittance
compared to the wage of other
meehanioal generals. The laure
ate of the valley has dedicated
Averts Awful Tragedy.
Timely id vice given Mrs. C.
Willoughhy, of Marengo, Wis.,
(R. No. 1) prevented a dreadful
tragedy , and saved two lives .
Doctors had said her fngVful
oough was a "consumption" cough
and could do little to help her
After many remedies failed, her
aunt urgdd her to take Dr. King's
New Discovery. 'I have been us
ng it for some time," she wrote,
'and the awful oough has almost
gone, it also savea my little boy
when taken with a severe bronchial
trouble." This matchless medi
cine has no equal for throat and
lung troubles. Price 50c and $ 1.00.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by
Big ChirliUe Finn Fills.
In Federal court here late
Tuesday afternoon, O. P. Heath
fc Company, one of the largest
cotton firms, in the South, with
headquarters in Charlotte and
branch offices in a number of
cities throughout the cotton belt,
filed a petition in voluntary
bankruptcy. Judge James E
Boyd promptly adjudged the pe
titioner a bankrupt and referred
the petition to W. S..O'B. Robin
son, Jr., of Charlotte, referee m
bankruptcy. Maxwell & Keerans
of Charlotte represented the pe
titioner. The liabilities of the
bankiunt firm, as given in the
petition, exceed $1,000,000, while
the assets are only about $zUU.
Carpenter, Baggott & Company
of New York had a suit againt O
P. Heath for $16,463.90 which
was to have been heard in Federa
court here Wednesday, and this
suit probably hastened the bank
ruptcy proceedings. The suit
was first instituted in Charlotte
and was later removed to Salis
Oct, 23. We are having plenty
of rain along now, A very good
Oar farmers are very busy now
and are anxious to get through
sowing thir wheat and oats.
We have no siokness to report
at this writing for whioh we are
I don't think there will be
very many oorn shuokings in onr
community this fall for mosv of
the farmers are gathering their
oorn and shuoking it out them-
William Bost visited his
renta Saturday night and Sunday.
Miss Amy Bost visited her sis
ter, Mrs. James Holshonser, Sat
Calvin Shive, wife and .little
daughter visited at James Bost's
Miss Joetta and Lula Lyerly
took dinner with their friend,
Annie Bost, Sunday the fifteenth.
We did not know whether you
all knew it but Sunday certainly
was a rainy day.
I. L. Hoffner and Miss Ola
Yost were married at the home of
the bride Sunday evening at five
o'clock Rev. H A. Trexler
performed the ceremony.
Communion service will be
celebrated at Organ ohuroh on the
fifth Sunday in this month at
We wish to have several more
weddings to report soon.
One of the Girls.
Oct. 23 Edgar Peeler and
Miss Pearl Johnson were married
Sunday, October 22nd, 1911, at
the Reformed parsonage at Rock
well, Rev. J. L Ye:riok perform
ing the ceremony. Mr. Peeler is
a fine young man and has already
had a nice residence built in
Faith next door to Rev. C. .fi.
Heller's residence on that beauti
ful knowl overlooking the town
Venus -wishes them a long and
J. M. Wyatt and Daniel Hince
man have gone to Salisbury- to
work in the big granite shed fox
the Leland Granite Company.
They are good granite cutters .
It rained here all day Sunday
and today is beautiful sunshiny
Hands to drill in the quarries
are harder to get this year than
ever before. They cou'd make
lots of money now drilling out
street curbing by contract. Ten
hand drillers oan get work' near
the Kirk mountain, about half
way between Faith and Granite
Quaray. An order has just come
in for fifteen mote car loads of
street curbing and this scatters a
lots of money over this part of
Oharley Rots is sharpening
tools for C . C. Wyatt.
Samuel Fraley ii tool sharpener
for th Faith Granite Co., and
has been for aeven or eight years.
A young lady at Stephen Davit'
Tuesday, Ootober 17th,
A young housekeeper at Frank
Jackson's Thursday, Ootober 19th.
Lewis Mahale's horse 'died
some time ago and was buried be
cause we live on the water shed.
In a few days some one came
China 6Ti (tins.
J. u. June, wno nas been em
ployed by the Salisbury Ioe and
Fuel Company, visited in China
Grove, his old home, yesterday.
The orphans' oonoert here las
Friday was a splendid success
it was lull of interesting num
bers and showed careful training
and considerable" ability on the
part of the pupils. The attend
ance was very good and the exer
cises were much enjoyed by those
present. The receipts for the
evening amounted to $57.55.
In his meanders about China
Grove, Monday, Ootober 16th,
the stork left a pair of fine girls
at the home of R. M. Ritchie.
As Venus would say, "They are
The Overcash re-union took
plaoe at Enochville Thursday,
Ootober 19th. A big dinner was
had, the olan organized by elect
ing officers and then decided to
meet next yeir at the same place,
A GOOD DEAL
In the dav time, and feel dull,
lazv and discouraged . you have
" - - - . i
every symptom of a torpid
Simmons Red Z Liver Reg
ulator (The Powder Form) is
a fine tonic for a disordered
liver. It acts nrornDtly. - The
bilious impurities which have
interfered with the free action
of the liver are driven out, the
n to m a o h is cleansed and
fitrenorthened SO that it can
mora thorouffhlv digest food.
The bowels are purified and a
reffnlar habit re-eetaDlisnea.
It is a solandid medicine for
the whole system, Promotes
a feelm? of energy, mental
activity and cheerful spirits.
. Sold by Deafoir Trice, Urgs padugt, $1.00
ak for the fwwiM "Km th. BJ Z on Ub.1.
fWdlomlorUi.MWhoprei.ru. THcm, LoO jwr
bottlta. itOOK mr mam
L H. ZEDJ9I $ CO. PTOPS- St tools, Ho.
0 Belk S
State OI .U. I T tk.flnn..jn, Minrt.
Tm. rw.T.t. f
lmvit su WUUIj j
Nell McKinney , ;
The defendant above named will take
notiee that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Superior
court of Rowan ounty to annul the
bonds of matrimony existing between
plaintiff and defendant on account of
the defendant having committed forni
cation and adultery : and the said ae
fendant will farther take notice that
he is required to appear at the term o:
the superior court of Rowan eounty to
be heli on the 11th Monday after the
1st Monday in September, the same
being November 20th, 1911, at the
court house in said county, and answer
or demur to the complaint in said
action or the plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in said
This October. 3rd, 1911.
J. Frank If oCubbihs,
'-Clerk Superior court.
J no. li. Rendleman, Attorney.
We have bought a big fall stock and hope to make this
the biggest fall business we have ever had, and we are go
ing to start now to make it so by selling goods at a very
Low Price. We believe the people will be looking for
opportunities to save every dollar they can this year and
we knojv that our prices are lower than you can find any
where else for the same class of merchandise, and this is
why we are expecting a good business.
Shoes For the Family.
If its school shoes, work shoes, or
Sunday shoed, we are prepared to
?how a big stack, and the Best of
allwe'll sell you good honest Solid
Leather Shoes at reasonable prices.
Full stock of Elkin shoes for CJ O
Boys and WomenB' Elkin 1
Shoes : JL. I O
For women and children this is
where we boast of having the Best
Shoes made for a medium priced
shoe. Every pair guaranted to be
all solid leather.
Women shoes. Godman's " make, in
button or blucher, patent tip, also
in navy calf, for every Krt
day, wear all sizes for P A
Godman's shoes in childrens QQ
5to8vici kid iOO
81 to 11 vicikid
Hi to 2 vici kid
Royal calf, good every day QQ
shoe 5 to 8
Royal calf good every day QQ
shoe 8 to 11 JJ
Royal calf good every day 1 OA
shoe 11 to 2...
Full stock of men's work shoes and
we believe better than others sell
at price, $1.50 and $2.00.
4,Fellowcroff" and Ralston Health
shoe for mens' fine shoes, in the
new style toes, at $3.50 and $4.00.
Se lb's Fine Shoes for ladies, full
stock in all the new leathers.
Patent, nice, Wack and tan suede,
velvet, also in the extreme high
cut, 16 button Price $3.50 to $4.50.
We are .showing some extra good
Bargains in Boys' and Mens' Suits
and add pants) Gpod stock of
Boys' pants, knickerbockers for
25, 50 and 98 cents.
Millinery and Coat Suits.
We are now ready to supply your
wants in Millinery and Fall Coats.
Made Sale by Lydia E Pinkham's
Granite ville.' Vt "I was passing
through the Change of Life and suffered
and other annoying
symptoms, and I
can truly say that
yjaisi K. unKham's
pound has proved
worth mountains of
gold to me. as it
restored my health
Xiiaand strength. I
mever forget to tea
tmy friends what
JLvdia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has done for me
during this trying period. Complete
restoration to health means so much
to me that for the sake of other suffer
ing women I am willing to make my
trouble public so you may - publish
this letter." Mrs. Chas. Basclat,
B.F.D., Graniteville, Vt.
. Ho other medicine for woman's ills
has received such wide-spread and un
qualified endorsement. ' No other med
icine we know of has such a record
of cures as has 'Lydia E. Pinkham's
For more than 80 years it has been
curing woman's ills such as inflamma
tion, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irreg
ularities, periodic pains and nervous
prostration, and it is unequalled for
carrying women safely through the
period of change of life.
Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass,
invites all sick women to write
her for advice. Her advice is free,
and always helpful.
FEATHER BEDS AND PILLOW J1
wvi mm tou m seronrn an
Feather Bed and Pair of (MA ft ft
Found Fathr Pillow 1 1 1 1 Jli
Freight Prepaid for . . . 4,,w"uu
Sead Express or P. 0. Moaey Order.
TURNER & CORNWELL, CkwIotU, a. t
Ad Alnminum Handle coobioa
tionoamp knife.fork. spoon and
can opener, lost in Salisbury or on
Concord road to the Aldrioh mine,
formerly the Southern . Belle. A
special reward will be paid for
its return to this office, or to Jas.
H. Cablet, at the Aldrioh Mine.
Route 8, Saliabury, N. 0.
Emitter's Sale el Valuable Heal Estate.
Pursuant to the authority contained
in tbe last will and testament of
Joseph Eagle, the undersigned execu
t or. will expose for sale at public aue
tiou for cash, at the court house door
in Salisbury, N. C, on
Monday, November SOth, 1011,
st the hour of 12 M., tha following
real estate :
1st tract. Beginning at a stone,
mine corner, runs thence north 24 dep.
east 830 feet to a stone in the public
road, thence with said road south 65
deg. east 844 feet to a stone, a new
corner, on church' lot' line" thence
souths des. wMt 830 feet to a Stone, a
taexjiocuer. r?!3'!rtik Uaetoea
noif n do a eg: west 844 reet ttrte be
ginning Upon this lot ie - located . a
valuable two-story dwelling and out
buildings. . r-f-f-2nd
lot. All - the right, title - and
interest of the late Joseph Eagle in
and to the following lot: Beginning
at a stone in Second Creek Eagle's
corner Harkev tr&at. runa thnnA
east 8.18 chains to a white oak. thence
anew line north 6 deg east 25.130
chains to a stone, a new corner,
thence north 57 deg. west 1. 17 chains
to a tweet gum on the bank of said
creek, thence up said creek as it me-
anoers to tbe Deginning, containing
11 acres. '
3rd tract. All the right, title and
interest of the late Joseph Eagle in
and to the following tract. Beginning
at a stone, Newman's corner, runs
thence south 4 deg. west 7.08 chains
to a stonb in the road, thence north 52
deg. west 7.08 chains to a white oak,
thence north 4 deg. west 7-08 chains to
a stone, thence South 52 dec. east 7 08
chains to the beginning, containing 6
This October 14th, 1911
Josxph T. Eagle.
execator of Josenh Edirla.
John L. Rendleman, attorney.
Sale e! Laid.
Under and by virtue of an' order of
the superior court of Rowan county,
made in the special proceeding en
titled John J. Stewart, administrator
of Pattie Johnson, deceased, against
wui Ldiiingion ana atnei Bryant and
husbard W. H. Bryant, Jr., the same
being No. 98 upon the special proceed
ing docket of said, court. Ohe under-
signea commissioner will on
the 27th day o November, 1911,
at about 12 o'clock noon, at the court
house door in the; town of Salisbury,
North Carolina, off er for sale to the
highest bidder far cash that certain
tract of land lying and being in Rowan
county, North-Carolina, and more par
ticularly described as follows, to-wit :
an undivided nehalf interest in and
to the land set fotth indeed recorded
in book No. 106,. page 489, register's
office for Rowan itounty, and owned by
Bettie Lillington and Pattie L. John
son, deceased: Beginning at a stake
and iron corner on the south side of
and near the North Carolina railroad
and south 65 1 4 deg. west 2.87 chains
from the northwest corner of the
5 226-1000 acre lot recently purchased
by T. H. Vanderford and formerly
owned by Warren; Coleman heirs, and
runs thence south 55 1-4 degs. west
nearly parallel wfth the North Caro
lina railroad, 2.18 chs. to a stake near
the crossing over the railroad ; thence
2 3-4 deg. west 18.14 chs. to a stake in
an old hedge row; thence north 55 1-4
degs. east with said hedge row 2.13
chs, to an iron and stake which ia south
55 1-4 degs . west and 2 87 cha. from
the southwest corner of the said Van- j
tterford lot ; thence aorth 2 3-4 degp.
east 13.14 chB. to the beginning, con- .
taming 2 226-100Q acres more or less';i
Upon said land is, Jocated a two-story I
five room houa. j
This propertyi is about one mile
southwest fromHhe public square
of the city of Salisbury, lays along
the .North . Carolina railroad and is
finely located for a manufacturing
site. Anyone looking for such a loca
tion will do- wall to inspect the
property before tile.
- Johk J . Sriwlar, commissio ner.
This 23rd day o Ootober, 1911
Saturday was the biggest business day so far this
season and bigger JtM year
ifVwe-d crowded with
fall season in the history of this store.
FOLLOW THE CROWDS TO THE BUSY STORE.
Yen's extra heavy Fleece lined Un
derwear, regular 50c value,
Ladiea and Aliases Bleached Maline
Nobutton Ur.derwear. . . 25c & 50c
Ladies' 25c Wool Hcse 19c
Men's 25c Socks 19c
Ladies' 10c Black Hose 5c
Ladies' $1 Oneita Union Suits. . 48c
Men's 50c Negligee Shirts 39e
i oys' Heavy Fleece Lined Union
Ex ra Specials for all this Week.
J. and' T. Cousins, Queen
Quality and Grover's Fine Shoes
for ladiep. Nettleton and King
Quality Shoes for men, and Star
Brand Shoes for everybody.
Millinery and Goat Suits are moving
out at a rapid rate.
Six 15c Cakes Palmolive Soap and
one 50c Jar Palmolive Cream mak
ing in all SI 40 worth for only 50c
Regular 9c Bleaching, full yard
wide, limit 10 yards to customer
at only 5c yd.
SALISBURY GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE.
Quality Better or Prices Lower.
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BASIC SUG-orTBOMAS PH0SPHATE!!
The best of all FERTILIZER for WHEA.T, OA.TH, CLOVER
and GRA.SS . 17 per cent to 19 per cent Phosphoric Acid and about
40 per-ent Lime. '
-We have arranged to ;mport BASIC SLAG for our trade and can
furnfah itfrom our wwre-ho ue at p-actically wholesale price" to the
farmers. If you have never used BASIC BLAG writi the Progressive
Farmer or the North Carolina Department cf-Agriculture and ask about
it If youTwe tt once you wHl always use It.
MGP.UBBINS S HARRISON R OMPANY
Real Estate. Real Estate Loans. Insurance.
lOUW&IUt. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $38,000 00.
Wlait WiBfH Tlia rhir. nfnM I
Roller Mill it offering $1.15
for good wbeal t 2 1
If you have real estate to sell, Call to see u.
If yiu wish to buy real estate, CalL to aee us;
If you need Inaurance, either life or fire. Call to see us.
If yoa wish to borrow money, Call to see us.
If you have money to lend, Call to sec us.
We are well prepared to guarantee all loans and pay six per cent for
same, and will examine titles, make up deeds and mortgages free ot
cost to all parties who will place their moaey with us, and we will pay '
interest twice a year at our office: Notary Public in oar office to pre
pare all papers. We earnestly ask that you call to see us when in the
city, and lea-n of our plans and methods of business.
122 N. nnln Gt.
Realty & Insurance Go
- A. La Smoot, Geo. &Treas.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. I.V.
whlat drtl I6 7 raM mower 1
6 villi Tnii1, i1 bugg?' 1 caige, 1 horse
2 a?Sl,?n2iAcow 1 doubfe Harness,
sets single harness, 2 wheat cradles.
a"?mbf1f of Plows and otherim
fiS?.e1t,,willtbe 80ld to highest
iiiieIf?,?Von.the l8tdfty No'!
mi. Sale will begin at 10 A. M.
Mrs. J. c. Wilhelro,
Salisbury, N. C. Route 4.
10-18, 20 , 26, 27. ,
0f Building Material will please yoa.
aJ peilmg and siding at $1.00
per 100 feet wiU tickle jon. Good
man Lumber Co. 'Phone 405L.
WlBlelMen to take our thor
ough and praotical courses,
master the automobile basioeu.
and accept good paying poaitiona.
bpiendid road can and machint
, shop equipment. . 110.000 nitm .
Factory trained expert instruo-
t.nra V. nJn..j i j; .
-uuunou uy juauing iacio
ries and criraa Q.t;.r..t;.
Da V TiAr, XT n
10 17 4tpd.
For StlC One eight horse power,
upright, steam boiler and en
gine; ope set of twohofte wagon
wheels with steel axels, I John J.
Stewart, Salisbury. N. 0, 10-J5 tf
DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAIW
rf Internal and External PainSa