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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 Lime Phosphates
Some Nuts for Farnms to Crack.
How much do you suppose it
costi you a year to repair your
wagom and h&raesa on account of
bad roads? How much doeB it
cost yon a year for shoes and
clothing that are ruined by your
children wading through the mud i
to school? How much doss it i
cost you a year for medicine to
cure your children's colds con
tracted in wading through the
mud to sohool and church? How
muoh of a damage a year to you
is the mud that prevents your
children from attending school;
or damage to them, rather, in the
loss of an education? How muoh
onsrht to be riehted and thousands
awy altogether. But, for all that, the fundamental principles of
Oub government are the Most Perfect ox Earth, the opportunities
offered to OUR. young men and women absolutely beyond comparison
with any others in the history of the world.
A young man of 20 to 80 years
grubbing away at $10 or $12 a week,
nothing, making no preparations for the future, and injuring every
busmen prospect by midnight debauchery, has no right to complain
at the preferment of his fellows.
A boy, who stops his sohooling at the eighth grade and enters
a factory, without making the neoeasary struggle to earn his way
higher up, is merely giving additional proof of his ownignorauce
when he asserts that he "Ain't Heo no Show."
If complaining people would turn their energies and attention
to the clarifying of the foul political atmosphere which makes our
actual grievances possible, we would approach a thousaud years
nearer to Utopia than we would if we should try to Ri organize the
property basis of society.
The things that keep a man down are inside of him and Not
OuraTDX and success will oome to every able-bodied man who is
" willing to pay the price of success in earnest, conscientious effort .
If John D. Rockefeller should spend $10 000,000 next month trying
to keep me from earning a living, he couldn't do it. I am in, a
country where men are wanted who will work, and si long as I am
willing, I can have all tho work I want and will get paid reasonable
for it. If, then I add to my willingness to work a Biuoere desire for
education in business, there is nothing in this country that can pre
vent me from being a money king bat my own mental deficiency,
and it's God Almighty, and not the Republican or Democratic party,
who is responsible for this.
Men have their ups and down?, and the exceptions to the rale
just laid down are mauy; but "for a' that and a' that, a man's e
man for a' that," and here in this magnificent country of ours, he
may have a man's chance to fight for all the money that was eve;
turned out Df the mint . The fellow who is oonstantly attempting
to prove that Bomb Onb Else is reiponsible for his poverty is gen
erally the one who has so wasted the early years of his business lift
that he has Condemned Himself to the life of the under dog.
SALEEY'S UP-TO-DATE CANDY FJTCHEB
The best quality
at lowest prices
The Place to Buy .Your Christmas
Q-ive Tis Yortr Order.
damagH to you ;a ur buii r hg
in prevenfe'ug your reaching mar
ket with your produce? You an
perfectly willing to epeud money
in the buying cf reapers and
mowers aud otbor farm machin
ery. Ycu ate willing to purchase
carnages ana narness. as
VI A A.
Prca p jtMbuso i u-juv, o iu
would be the average farmer's tax
for teu years fur good roads. At
the end of that time the roads
would be good, and ycu could
vote to recind th law if yon
wanted to and you would have
yourgjod roads and no tax for
thirty or fortv years the balance
of your life,; Selected.
Do Not Blame Your Business Failure on
Of couree, the world is far from being
Derfect. There are hundreds of wrongs that
of evils that oueht to done
of age who stays in a large city
ruining his health, and saving
SALISBURY, N. C.
The poultry yards of Land's are
beeping up tneir reputations 01
exhibition fowls. At the Mor
gan ton Pcultry Show last week,
Claud F. Deal's Buff Orphingtous
wen ; 2nd male. He afterwards
purchased the 1st winner male
Mrs. J. G. Deaton's R. 0.,
Rhcde Island Reds, won the lions
share of ribbons and specials in a
large class, wiuuing three firsts,
(first pen,) two seconds, two
thirds, one fourth: best Den ot
Rods iu show, both combs com
petiug, and special tor best teas
iu the show. The above yards
f ami 'bed winners at the last
North Ca olina State fair.
A number of Landis hunters
will 'take a rabbit hunt on the
farm of J as Wright, near Enoch-
ville Thanksgiving day. This
an annual hunt for thm.
Thu mill Oj3raUv a here
anticipating w tb pleasure
The Rev. Long lrom South
Carolina has accepted the call ex
tended to him by the Lutheran
chuiches of Landis and Moores
vilJe, and will begin pastorial
work here December the 1st. We
exteid to him a hearty welcome
into our midst. Reporter.
Rockwell, 27. The health of
this community is very gocd at
this writing except bad colds.
On account of so much , rain
farmers are delayed in getting
their wheat sewed, but I think
tony are all through Bowing their
wheat low. ,
Theptop'eof this commur.ity
are not all thro gh gatheriLg
their corn yet.
Young grauite cutter at Curtiss
Beavar's November 0, 101 1..
Miss Annie Bost visited her
cousin. Hiss Annie Bost, Saturday
light and Scuday.
The missionary sale will be
held at Lowerstone the first Bat
urday of December. There will
be an address at eleven o'clock,
rbe sale will be in the afternoon.
Gome prepared to buy.
Miss Fannie Bost went to Con
cord to work in the cotton mill
for a few weeks.
Get ready every one for Christ
mas will soon be here.
There was a large crowd attend
ed the Jr. O. U. A. M., sermon
last Sunday evening at Rockwell
the church was crowded to over
flowing. What has become of Frogtown?
Coue on somebody and tell us
(he good news ri your little town.
One of thb Girls.
We have got plenty of mud
this way now.
The farmers up here have about
got through sowing wheat ct last.
The wet weather made some of
them late about sowing wheat.
Wheat that wes sswed early is
looking well .
Will Nash and his father, 0. A.
Nash, of Spencer, visited in our
community last Sunday.
There will be preaching at
Gay's chapel the 2nd, Sunday
night in December.
The writer bought a pig from
Sam Elliott the other week. It
was 6 weeks old and weighed 48
There have been lots of hogs
killed around here during the
George Gentle has moved onto
the old Rainey plaoe reoenUy
purchased by Mr. Bernhardt, of
the Salisbury Hardware Co.,
where he will farm next year
We bad a double weddiug in
our community last Sunday
which was something rut of the
ordinary. The contracting pa'
ties being Grover Godby and
Miss Pearl Freeman and C rus
Mclntire and Mias ' Lillian
Micheal. It seems the young
couples wished a private wedding
and met at M. S. Free za's resi
dence to have the ceremony per
formed . While waiting for the
5nun powuon iw Standard
MUM IWMM MSMim ;
TEIjIjTJS - '
How you sit at your sewing
; 5 machine and -WEVlLC
Somp thing of vital interest
Tor Your Health.
Yju cannot act too quic ly in thie
matter, so come today and
let us1 explain
ThaSti Straight "STANDARD"
Central Needle Idea
A sewiug machine that gives yoo
positive healthful exercise.
Brown Shoe Co. ?
Salisbury, N. Q.
The Straight and Curved Lines,
UUI14 pcxtuon for Standard
Canlial Naadle Machines
Swing position (or ordinary
aids naedla machine
minister, Rev. H. H. HiggenB,
who was to officiate, so many
friends of the yo.ing people began
coming in that thej got in boggles
and stHrted eff to meet Mr. Higc:
ens, where the public road crosses
the madows of James Godby
they asked him to perform the
ceiemony right tho re-, which he
consented to d. So, getting out
of thi husgi b, the ceremony was
performed. My their journey
tog-ther'throntfli life be as hoao-
iul and peaceful as the ieautuui
lan Surrni r dav was, when
w wh wadded, is the whh rf
t"e wr'ter. Photo.
How to Cure Hams.
My method c curiug hmg j
as lolj'ows. Trim them neatly
and make a brine strong enough
to fl at a fresh egg. Put them 111
this and kt them remain four or
five days to draw all blocd
Tnen take them out and boil and
skim the brine and when cold rs
turn the n to rxne. adding enough
frsh brine to cower them, and
then add for each 100 pounds of
ham a pint of blaok molasses and
an ounce of saltpeter, and let the
ham a romain in the briue two or
three weeks. Then take them
out and hang and smoke well
r ith hickory wood or corn cobs
and smotb&r the fire with green
cedar brush. Wheu well smoked,
take them down and paint them
all over with a mixture of black
molasses and blac4? pepper.
Wrap in stout brown paper and
put in a cotton sack and dip it in
'ime and wash and hang in a
dark smoke house. The hams
will improve until a year old.
I treat shoulders the came way,
and sides, except that the sides
remain in bricejbalf th-. time hams
do. Jowls treated in this way
are fine for boiliug with turnip
greens in the spring .Progres
Afs)r manv months of investi
gation of pellagra in the South
ern States, the scientists of the
public health and marine hospi
tal service are in as much doubt
as ever as to the cause of the
scourge. Meanwhile the disease
seems to be gaining and it has
been reported that nearly ev-try
physician in South Carolina has
from five to fifteen cases in his
. A 0THERTS6RaTTUDE.
Many a Mother in Salisbury Will Appreci
ate The Following.
Many a strong man and many a
heajthy woman t has much for which
to thank mother. The care taken
during their childhood brought them
past thd danger point and made them
healthy men and women. Children
are generally bothered at some period
with incontinence of urine, and ina
bility to restrain it is of Mimes called
a habit. It is not the children's fault.
I the difficulty" lies with the kidneys,
and can be readily righted if taken in
the proper way. A Salisbury mother'
shows you how.
Mrs. J. H. Pence, 2 Park Ave., Pal
isbury, N. C, says: "One of my
children was in a bad way with kid
ney trouble and was worried about
her condition, fb nothing seemed to
bring any permanent relief. She had
little control over the kidney secre
tions and her health was failing .rap
idly. I had heard;i hat Doan's Kidney
Pills were good for troubles of t' is
kind and finally got a box. The re
sults of their use were very satisfac
tory, as my daughter was soon en
tirely cured. Today her health is ex
cellent." for sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents' Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
take no other.
name Doani and
FEATHER BEDS AND PILLOW J1
SPECIAL OFFER !
Let Us S?nd You a 36 Pound AH
Feather Bed and Pair of t am
6 Pound Feather pillows I I
Freight Prepaid for . . . r 1 U.UU
Send Express or P. O. Money Order.
TURNER & CORNWELL, Charlotte. H. a
They're Eye Helps if Biiht.
Eye Hurters ami Made
Who but yourself can preven
your having them wrong if yuu don't
get then 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 i urse.
It is by knowing the optical busi
ness thoroughly and attending to it
properly trt we. ivpe to build up
and keep a repu. ation.
W. H. LEONARD,
128 'N. Main Street
SALISBURY, s N. C.
For Sale- A lot of thoroughbred
sinRle-co-nb. Rhode Island
Reds. A sp'endid lot cf pullets
and cockerel" delivered iu Salia
tury at $1 00 each. First come
first served Now is the time to
buy. Call on or write R. A. Mc
Laughlin, Cleveland, N. C. tf
JNO. R BROWN,
Jeweler and Optician.
CHINA, GROVE, - - N. C.
16 year experience. Prices moderate
LEARN JUT0MQ3ILE BUSINESS.
Men to take thirty days Practical
course in our well equipped Machine
Shops, alo road lessons; and accept
good positions. Charlotte Auto School,
Charlotte, N, C. V24 tf
NOTICE TO DEBTORS.
, The directors of the Rockwood 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
ed to said firm are hereby requested
to settle same with me at once. Ac
counts not otherwise settled on or be
fore the above named date will be
placed in the hands of an. attorney to
collect by law.
Julius Fbiok, secretary,
7t-pd. Rockwell, N. C.
WATCH BEPAIBIHfj. Zr&V
at R. W. & I. S. Brown's store,
(the poet office) at Granit Quar
ry. Leave vour repair work
ther, or send it direct to me at
WO" No. 6, Salisbnrv. N, C
2-1-11 lyr. pd. R.L.BROWN.
Office and hospital on Inniss St., near
Mansion House corner. Day phone
Night phone 480. 4-270 25.
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
SALISBURY, N. C.
Does a General Banking
We pay 4 pr cent on time de
posits. Interest payable every
Prompt attention given to any
busiuess 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
Eyes Examiuefl Free
by Expert Optometrist
GREEN'S JEWELRY STORE.
OVER 65 YEARS'
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Anyone sending a sketch and description ms?
lulcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an
quickly ascertain our opinn
Invention is prooRBiy patentable, communica
tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK onPatenU
Patents taken through Jluiin A Co. receive
tpeciol notice, without charge, in the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Jjanrest cir
culation of any scientitio Journal. Terms. S3 a-
ant free. Oldest aconcv for securing patents.
year ; lour roontns, $i duhi 07 aii hbwwhuotl
Try a pair of . KrOHie
Waterproof Shoes triad
and Guaranteed by .
117W. Innes Street,
SALISBURY, N. C.
farm Wanted. 10 to 50 acr-s level
land, not over five mile from
-alinbnrv. Will uv or rent.
H. H Rollins. Mockville. N. C
Received frora'a lare man
ufacturer for this Bale:
1 lot Misses blavjk Car
acul Coats sizes 6 to 14
1 lot Misses black Pony
Coats, sizes 6 to 14 yrs. . .$4 50
1 lot Misses dark Kersey
coats, age 6 to 14 years..$1.98
1 lot grey and brown Ker
sey coats with pointed cape
collar inlaid with solid col
ored cloths, worth $15, special
for this sale. $10
1 lot ladies black Pony
coats $7 50
1 iot ladies black Plush
Salisbury Dry (Ms
Sunny Side Main St.
J. O. WHITE ft CO.,
Carriage and Wgjn Builders.
Farm and. Dray Wagons.
Delivery Wagons, Open and Top, Best Quality
We sell the celebrated Geo. E. Nisson & 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 repaTed. New Cush
ions furnished and old Cushions repaired.
New Dashes furnished aud 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 aud Wagons for sale.
Harness of all kinds made and repaired. Call and
J. O. WHITE & CO.
If you have real estate to sell. Call to see usl
If you wish to buy real estate, Call to see ui.
If you need Insurance, either life or tire. Call to Bee u.
If you wish to borrow money. Call to see us.
If you have money to lend, Call to see 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
of cost to all parties who will plio their money with us, and-we will
pay interest twice a year at our office Notary Public in our office to
prepare all papeis. We earnestly ask that you cll t see us wien in
the citv and learn of our plans and methods of business.
Sa isbury Realty & Insurance Go
122N. f.1ain St. - A. L. Smoot, Sec. & Treas.
RASH? SLAG or THOMAS
-i i-aM ' ' MM.iMrtasr'rf
The best of all FEKTLLIZEK for WHEAT, O.VTV CLoVEK v
and GRASS , 17 pr cent to 19 per cent PiiOiphoric Ac'd and; at out
40 per jt-nt Lime ,
We have arranged to import BASIC SLAG for our trade and can
furnish it from our wire-ho .se at p-aucally wh ilesale price to the
farmers. If you have never used BASIC 8LAG writ the PmirresFive
Farmer or the North Carolina Department .f Agriculture and ask about
it If you ue t once you will always use it. ' '-" -
Real Estate, Real Estate Loans, Insurance;
10-U W&R4t. CAPITAL AND SUEPLUS 136,000.00. -
ilhave a few second
hand machines I will close
i out at ouce at almost yonr
own price. Don't miss this
uppujimuii) w secare a
BAKU A Ifi,
Don't wait until the
best ones are gone.
S; H. WILEY,
Next Door to Skyscraper,
Salisbury, N. C.
coats, $12 50 to $19.50, worth
30 per cent more.
Received by express this
morning large lot of Avia
tion Caps, in solid red or
white with navy, brown, tan,
gray and lavender trimmings
at 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
New line for Xmas trade
now on sale.
All prices, from 75c to $6 1
GET YOUR PREMIUM.
New shipment of China
ware for redemption of du?
plicate sales tickets.
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