The most oonspioious and wick
ed usurpation iu the world is the
the Roman Oatholio Ohimh Its
Heat tf lattruteitktrtl Frii ttiMlii-
Tknin im m mnvamanfc nn not to
.u. Qu.. p.ji.. n. MBtem is tyranny out and out.
r nnfc nit a mntnV nir hatvPAfl 1 r
r Tmh. rikUl- f Via PnM ntnmi TTSb
juooresviue auu rpkai;..nM. nf nnnn.
Mooresville needs something like cjB mn$ proclamations of Popes
this in order to give the people constitute by it the rule of faith
the earl v connection of the early I and practice. It is not the scrip
I a . . -
. ont f nh.r. lures. dub fine interpretation or
DR. 7. R. HUNGER,
Davis & Wiley Bank Bide..
Phone 120. Salisbury. N. 0.
Osteopathy treats, successfully, all
curable diseases. . 8-13 let
NOTICE TO DEBTORS.
The directors of the Rock wood Mer
cantile Company. In., having ap
pointed the undersigned to collect all
accounts due it on or before Friday,
December 1st. 1911, all persons indebt-
the Scriptures by Pope and conn- f toftid flrm hereb requested
uviijouio. "J vrv " " I tn RAttln fmiriA with ttia at. nnf An.
$ TT 1 . . TIT 1 I
Where the finest biscuit,
cake, hot-breads, crusts
or puddings are required
Royal is indispensable.
Royal is equally valuable
in the preparation of plain,
foods, for all occasions.
The only baking powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
No Alum No Lima Phosphates
collect by law.
Julius r bios, secretary,
. Rockwell, N C.
Oil tUBt ODllgatea men. or - counts not otherwise Battled on or h
Fire broke out in the grand son of this fact that church ruled J fore the above named date will be
.ttndi it tha Maaklenburs fair I n nB aaioaie. Agsa wicu aupsrai- i ir v.
arounds at Charlotte Friday niaht leleddepoti.m And it is
o " I Bftlful nannT.lRTT1 MfllV. MOW KYI V I mri. J
vumwnij wiuvamuow v i mQQ can tninK lor a moment mi
. . J A I I m I J
menifl aeruoturo sua leaping a- j&ome can D9 reiormea is strange i tit i (nriTJ OPDATDTATn
oross destroyed the big floral hall, to us. That ohurch can be over-1 YY Albll Mf AllUfW.
thrown, cut it can never oe re
formed. Thsre are some good
nonnla in that nhnroh. aa thera
lzedall looal fairs in times past . ft in othft, nrffnizationa. Bat
have heretofore been housed, the system is most certtinly wick
The fire is supposed to have start- ed. Wherever it has domina
tion it nas nrovea ltien to db
blishtioii. A low standard of
morality and ignoranoe among
the neoole follow always in its
wake. Presbyterian Standard.
i the building in which
did exhibits that have
U SSI LOYALTY.
ed from a cigarette carelessly
thrown aside by someone either a
sleep in the grandstand or by
someone who happeued to be
James Perry, a negro, of Ral- ll8 El"1 Don,t ExUt-
4gh was in the polioe station Fri No oneas ever made a salve,
dav on the charge of bavins shot ointment or balm to compare with
Uk iaM Tnnnln In. nam , vhita DUM1BB 8 AmiOft DBlVo. It B 6UO
. m. , . mi uud uoi amD uoaiui ui vuioi vviudi
man lafn ThnfaHaw ninkt rl'hfl .
"re uutnuBj "" Burns. Bruises, bsires. Boalds.
trouble ocourred on Bloodworth Rnii- nioftra. Eatama. Salt Rhe-
.treet. It seems that Jones ad- am. For Sore eyes, Oold Sorep,
dressed remarks to some white I Chapped Hands or bprams its
supreme. Unrivaled for piles.
at R. W. & I- S. Brown's store.
(the post office) at Granite Quar
ry. Leave your repair worir
them, or send it direct to me at
flO No. 6, Salisbury. N. C
2Mllvr. pd. R.L.BROWN
Notice is given of application to the
governor for the pardon of Joe White,
sentenced to the roads of uuiiiord
county for two years at June term,
1911, Guilford Superior Court , for as
sault with a deadly weapon.
5t. pd. Annib White, mother.
We invite you to visit
our store. We can as- $
3 sure you that you will be r
7l J-Z .5 3 7 i i f
x stuisnea, ior, we nave just
o received our new stock of
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3 AVi. UlXt XCiXX CLJJLi, W ill
ter. Everything in the
DRY GOODS LINE.
Latest styles-Prices right
Call and see for yourself.
Loyalty is the thing,
And to be Loyal does not
Slave. , ,
Acnntract between employer and wige
earner will never benefit either if it simply
stands for Attesdanoe and Routise Service. A Machine csn ren
der better value on an investment than an Automatic Man .
it mnr iw im tn aimnlv rot in vour seat and draw your salary
according to contract, you are no better than a Pinhbad, or an Epi-
oxne, whatever that is. x our pi ace is tne ruunauuM, ru'
living oan be furnished by the Entiei County aud not by One Man .
If you can't be Loyal to a man don't work for him. Resign.
Quit. Get vour time. Disappear.
TTo ham ft. riohfe tn arnflCt ABSOLUTE LOYALTY from yOU, amOnjr
SmlartAa m r A art a m 1QB in ft.nd OT1 f, O f doors, while he is present and
IllVUUO CSUXA UIU1UV) mmmmmm
Ulm KctABF i. fnFnnH inaf. aa vnn hftVft A fiffhfc to eZD6Ct LOYALTY
ITItOU USD UIIVSI VUU1'J J j - O
He pays yon in Money. His Pay Check is evidence of his loy
alty. Your Wobk is evidence or yours .
But you have more at stake than the Pay Check you get, lust
mm v,m k.. mn.; .t .i.Va tVikn oiir Routine Wobk represents. The
nn-uui nf hi hnainAia and vonr Drosress in it both depend upon
loyalty deeper within you than your eye, your ear or ycur Hand a
innorif.v tht raafham intn vonr HEART! for where VOUr BEAUT 18.
fchont vnn will find vonr TREASURE also.
vAt achieved GREAT SUCCESS, for
mn onlv Mitsaftfid where thev THINK DEEPLY. WORK CHEERFULLY and
Rejoice at the sucoess of hat they are working at.
RnainABa nroafinta UNTOLD OPPORTUNITIES, MAGNIFICENT PosSI
nTTTTTBa hni tha nniv man who ever succeeds for himself, or da-
servee promotion from anyone else, is the man who is Loyal,
Boy Attacked by Eagle.
Martinsburg, W. Va., Oot. 20.
Attaoked by a gigantic Ameri
can gray eagle while at work yes
terday evening on the Rutherford
firm, near this city, Cyrus Collis,
aged sixteen years, Bucceed-sd in
bringing the bird to the ground
with a stone, after which he kill
ed it with a club.
The eagle swooped down upon
Collis, and a desperate fight of
several minutes ensued, fie bird
at first putting the lad to flight.
The eagl6 meaiured more than
seven feet aoross the wings, and
was the first of its species seen
in this section in many years.
Accidental Killing In Cabarrus.
Rnfns Brown. 18 -year-old son
of Tom Brown, colored, of No. 8
townsh'p, was shot and instantly
killed vesterdav while he was try
ins to take a shotgun from his
brother, Epsy Brown' 12 years of
age . The two boys were at heme
vesterdav morninct together with
a number of smaller children,
when Epsy picked up a gun and
was handling it around in the
house. Rufus made an effort to
to take it from him and a scuff In
ensued. The gun was discharged
and the load struck the older
brother full in the forehead, lit
erally blowing the top of h's head
off. It was decided that the kill
ing was accidental. Concord
Sloan's Liniment is good for pain of
any sort It penetrates, without rubbing,
through the muscular tissue right to the
bone relieves the congestion and gives
permanent aswell as temporary relief.
A. W. Lay of Lafayette, Ala., writes:
" I had rheumatism for five years. I tried
doctors and several different remedies but
they did not help me. I obtained a bottle
of Sloan's Liniment which did me so much
good that I would not do without it
Thomas L. Rice of Easton,Pa.,
writes : " I have used Sloan's Lini
ment and find it first-class for rheu
Mr. G. G. Jones of Baldwins, L.I.,
writes: 'I have found Sloan's Lin
iment par excellence. I have used it for broken sinews above the knee
cap caused by a fall, and to my great satisfaction I was able to resume
my duties in less than three weeks after the accident."
Is an excellent remedy for sprains, bruises, sore throat, asthma.
No rubbing necessary you can apply with a brush.
At mil doalei. Price, 2So., 50c. & $1M.
Sloans Book on Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Poultry sent free. Address
Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
-non, when Perry probably think
ing they were intend d for Lin,
whit oed cut a pistol and shct
Joue in the left side of the head.
Th bullet entered just abovb the
left eyebrow and lodged an inch
from the point of entrance. The
wounded man was taken to Rax
Hospital where the bullet was ex
Manchester, Ga., Oct. 19.
Jerry Lovelace, a negro breakman
oharged with assaulting Yardmas-
ter W. F. Kernan on Tuesday
night taken from Marshal Collier
early Friday by a mob of about
thirty men and lynched. The
mob first seoured Collier, taking
his keys and gun from him, after
whioh they went to the jail for
the negro. Afer the lynohing the
mob ent back to the jail, return
ed the keys to the marshal and
disappeared. Not a shot,was fired.
Saturday morning about 7:80
o'clock Miss Janie Coppedge, the
20 -year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Coppedge, committed
inioide by jumping into a well.
The young lady had been in bad
health for some time and on her
return from Columbia, where she
had been on a visit absut two
weeks ago, she contracted melan
cholia and has been nnder the
care of a physician since that
time, She tried one day last
week to take her life by taking
Borne drug, but the act was dis
covered before any fatal result
Union, S. C. Oot. 21, Henry
Roshea, a weaver in the Union
ootton mills was shot and killed
here tonight by John Henry May .
The shooting ocoured on Main
street whioh was crowded with
persons return5 ng from the fair
May's younger brother ' had
trouble with Boshea and was
pursuing, him with a knife. He
had just reached the middle of
the street when John Henry May
ran -in and drawing his revolver
fired six shots into Boshea's body.
Try it Only 25c at All Druggists.
60 TO THE RESCUE.
, Girl of 17 Weds Man of 84.
Utioa, N. Y.. Oct. 20 A
strange wedding ceremony was
reported today frcm Conttable
viile, a viliage a few rue es n.rth
of here. The principals in the
mirrriage were Miss Calla Wilson,
17 years old, and William Sey
mour, 84 years old, both of Ly
ons Falls. Town Clerk Treacle,
of Constableville performed the
The bride's parents, both roong
enough to be ch.ldren of the
bridegroom, were witLeises, and
the father gave the bride away.
Seymour and his Lride will go to
housekeeping at Lyons Falls fol
lowing a honeymoon trip.
Oscar Underwood Not a Candidate
H t. Springs, Ark , Oct. 21.
Oscar W. Underwood, of Ala
bama, democratic leader of the
house of representatives, declared
he is not in any sense a candidate
for the democratic presidential
nomination. "I will get the
complimentary vote of my state,
I understand, and I appreciate
that " he 'said. "Of course, if
the vote is widely split, nobody
can tell what will happen."
Don't Wait Till it's Too Late, Follow
Example ot i Salisbury Citizei.
Rescue the aching back.
If it keeps aching on trouble
Baokaohe is kiduey aohe.
If you neglect the kidneys
Look out for urinary trouble
This Salisbury citisen will show
you how to go to the resoue.
J.O.Williams, 811 N. Long
St ., Salisbury. N. 0.. says : "The
publio statement I save some
years ag. recommending Doan's
Kidney Pills still holds good
iu.y xianeys nave not caused me
any trouble since I used this
remedy. There was muoh sore
ness and weakness across the
small of my back and sometimes
my whole body aohed. I was
laDguid and felt miserable in
every way. Being advised to try
Doan's Kidney Puis, I got a sup
ply frcm J. W MePherson & Oo.'s
Drug Store and they Boon proved
to be what 1 needed. My expe
rience with Doan's Kidney Pills
convinoed mr of their merit."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents Foster-Milbarn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the nam0 Doan's and
take no other.
They're Eye Helps if Riht.
Eye Horters and HeaUe
Maters if Wm
Who but yourself can prevent
your having them wrong if you don't
get them at the right place? Not
the average spectacle seller. His
mission seems to be to get your nose
harnessed, with a pair that strikes
your fancy and opens your purse.
It is by knowing the optical busi
ness thoroughly and attending to it
properly that we hope to build up
and keep a reputation.
W. H. LEONARD,
128 N. Main Street
SALISBURY, s N. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Having qualified as administrator of
the estate or Jesse Hellard, this is to
notify all persons having claims against
cne saia aeceaent to nie 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.
Persons indebted to Baid estate are
notified to make prompt settlement.
a ma win oepcemDer, iwii.
J. L. HSLLABD.
administrator of Jesse Hellard.
W. A. Bristol and R. T. Weatherman,
attorneys, BtatesviUe, JS. u. 9-27-6 1
LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS.
Men to take thirty days Practical
course in our well equipped Machine
cnops, also road lessons; and accent
vuu positions, unariotte Auto scnooi
harlotte, N, O. 5-34 tf
North Carolina, ) In Superior court
Kowan County. J November term '11
Nellie Shivers )
Walter B. Shivers J
ihe defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the Su
perior court of Rowan county for an
absolute divorce for the plaintiff from
the defendant; and the said defendant
111 M . 1 . . .. ....
win mrtner cage notice mat ne is re
quired to appear at the next term of
tha Superior court of Rowan county to
be held on the 20th dav November.
1911, at the court house of said coun
ty in "ahsborv. N. S3 . and answer or
demur to the complaint in said action,
or the plaintiff will apply to the court
ior tne relief demanded in said com
plaint. This the 11th day of September, 1911
J. F . MoCubbins,
clerk SuDerior court Rowan countv.
Clement & Clement, Attys. 4t
Notice to Hon-ResLdents
State of North Carolina, ) In the Supe-
ttowan Uounty. S rior court.
John J. Stewart, adminis
trator or attie Johnson.
deceased, ( Service by
va ) Publica
Will Lillinjrton and EthelV tion
L. Bryant and husband W.
H . Bryant, Jr.
The defendants above named will
take notice that an action entitled as
above.has been commenced in the vSu
perior court of Rowan county to sell
the real estate of Pattie Johnson, de
ceased, to make assets to pay the debts
of said decedent ; and the said defen
dants will farther take notice that
they are required to appear at the Su
perior court's office in Rowan county,
in the court house of said county on
the 2l8t day of October, 1911, about 12
o'clock, noon of said day and answer or
demur to the complaint in said action,
or the plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said com
plaint.: J. F, MoCCBBDfS,
clerk Superior court, Rowan connty. i
This 16th day of Sept., 19U. 6t 1
Don't Buy a
From some one 500 or 1,000
miles away because his ad
vertisement sounds good,
but COME IN and LET
ME SHOW YO U MY
STOCK OF 6UARAN
Prices from $12.50 up.
S. H. WILEY,
Next Door to Skyscraper,
Salisbury, N. C.
JNO. B BROWN,
Jeweler and Optician.
CHINA, GROVE, - - N. O.
16 years experience. Prices moderate.
DR. M.J. RAGLAND
Office and hospital on Inniss St., near
Mansion House corner. Day phone
Might phone 480. 4-270 25
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
SALISBURY, N. C.
Does a General Banklnc
We pay 4 par cent on time de
posits, interest payable every
nompt attention given to any
business entrusted to us.
Your business solicited.
Peoples9 National Bank.
John S. Henderson; J. D. Norwood,
D. L. Gaskill. W. T. Busby.
V. -president. asst. cashier.
Having qualified as administra
tor of the tstate of Enoa Sechler.
dpo'd, I hereby notify all persons
having claims against said de
cedent to present the same to me
on or before the 10th day of Au
gust, 1912, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of recovery. Per
sons indebted to said estate are
notified to make prompt payment.
This Attgnst Vtb, lyil.
James E. Corriheb, Skn'b.
Theo. Kluttz, Att'y. 8.8-6
T n i n l 1
Drummers, sample snoes,
and they're going at
JB actory C2o1t
A lull and complete line of
for your inspection.
Prices always Reasonable.
Bell Shoe Store,
111 N. Main St. Salisbury, N. C.
fI, fsOsK fs IS. 7T--
J. O. WHITE & CO.,
0 carriage ana W on Builders.
Farm an d Dray Wagons.
Delivery .Wagons, Open and Top, Best Quality
We sell the celebrated (ieo. E. Niepon & Co's Farm
and Log Wagons, fully warranted.
Old Carriages and Buggies repaired, painted and
made as good as new.
New Tops made and old Tops repaired. New Cush
ions furnished and old Cushions repaired.
New Dashes furnished and old Frames Re-covered.
Rubber Tires a Specialty; steel tired wheels changed
to Rubber Tires. Old rubber tires repaired.
All kinds of Wood and Iron Work done at short
We have skilled workmen in, each department.
Surreys, Buggies and Wagons for sale.
Harness of all kinds made and repaired. Call and
J. O. WHITE & CO.
THE RIGHT PLACE TO BUY
GEO. W. WRIGHT'S, g
Goods and Prices are
and you will surely be right if
you go right there for anything
usually carried in a first-class,
FUlilNTTUrtE TO SELL
and at prices most Reasonable. You will make a
mistake phould you fail to give him a call when in
need of anything in his line.
Undertaking and Embalming:.
There are no better undertaking parlors in the O
State than Wright's. He is prepared to look after O
interment of any one and has coffins and caskets at
prices to suit. Embalming done according to the
best and latest methods.
Same old stand, West Innes Street.
CEO. W. MTODCInlT