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WIC. HrSTKWABri'Ed. and Prop
f EbUfdery Tteiday at 120 West
Entered a leoond-cl aaa matter Jan -18th.
UGft, at the pott office at Salis
bwry. W. 0.r under the aet of Congress
I MuehBrd, 1878.
SaXUBUKYi N. 0., Jan,! 10, 1912.
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ticles not signed by the auth
or's real name.
BdgarBitohie ion of the late Will
Ritchie, and Miss Benlah Hola
houier, daughter f M . A. flols
hoaier, a.proiperaB farmer, were
married at the home of the
bride's parents -December 24tb,
1911, Rev. 0. P. Fisher officiat
ing. Iphey haye already rented a
residence and ' inoyed to' Faith .
Mr. Ritchie is agranite cutter
and a fine young man, and Mrs.
Ritchie if a. Jht young lady.
Mr. ard'Mrs. John Safrit have
bought -a' .houSe and' lot from
Harvey BatitogeY and moved into
ltj January 2nd. Mr." Basinger
moved out onto a farm .
Mr. and Mrs . Ed. Proctor and
daughter, "of . Salisbury, were
visitors at Henry Cauble'e over
new yean. Berry Miller, of
Richfield, . also visited at Mr.
Mr Walton and Mr. Rector, of
Granite ' Quarry, are -opening a
big granite ledge on ; Henry
Cauble'e land in Faith .
Venus attended a wedding sup
per at John D . A. Fisher's, where
Austin; Garner and -Miss Carry
Jones' were married December
81st, Rev. G. C. Ivery officiating.
Mra Jennie Davenport and two
children were visitors at P. M.
Stirewali's over Christmas.
Luther ; BfciVseleather and Mies
Gertrude Trexler, of Rockwell,
were teamed Christmas day at
the Lutheran parsonage in Faith
by Rev. Oi P. Fiiher.
Mrs. F. VY Barrier, and sister,
Mrs. .Davenport, of Salisbury,
visited P. ; M ; Stire waits.
Lawion McOdmbs, with many
others, went to . Rockwell to at
tend the funeral .-. of; his- uncle,
J. Wyatt spent the holidays
at Southmont visiting relatives
and looking over the new and fast
. growihg.tdwn .'. '. ' ' ' " '
Mrs. Elizabeth Barger, widow
of th9 J ate Jaoob 'Barger. died
December, 26th, .1911, at her
home,naar Organ Church, aged
about 77 years. She leaves five
children, four step-children.
She was a. .member of Organ
church at which place she was
laid to rest, the funeral being
conducted by her pastor, Rev. H.
A . Treader. .
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Barger
visited their children over Christ
mas. . Young farmer at John Park's,
December 27th, 1911.
A younghoemaker . at William
frick'i, Ja&uary 2nd, 1911.
John Bringle and Miss Mamie
Bird were married December 80th,
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Euyken
dall, of Asheville, visited their
son, J. R . Kaykendall here over
Charles Raney , wife and little
daughter, of Mi. Airy, visited Mr.
Raney's parents, Mr, and Mrs. R.
A. Raney during the holidays.
John Raney, of West Grove,
Pa., visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R . A , Raney Christmas.
- Mr. and Mrs . Leo Peeler visited
Mr. Peeler's grandmother near
franklin' Christmas, j
Mr. and Mrs. John Holler have
gone to Mt. Airy to visit their
daughter, Mrs . P. McBride,
Miss Bertie Wilhelm gave a
party to her friends, December
27th, and a large number were
Miss Mary Peeler came home
from Catawba College to .spend
Christmas and returned January
Will Lyerly, a native of Rowan
Ccunty, who spent last year in
missionary . work in Utah, is
"riding the holidays at Crescent
van his parents. He made an
address ou Mormaniim at the
informed church here Sunday
night which was enjoyed by a
Rev. Frank Pierce, of High
Point, visited at Mr. and Mis.
. U. Lin?!?! during the holi
Mrs. D. A. Friok, of the Vance
Mill neighborhood, visited her
ister4 Mrs. P. M. Barger Christ
Mrr and Mrs. A. 0. Casper
visited Mr. Casper's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ambrose Casper, near
Mount Hope Christmas.
'Ycung rriok maech at John
33arc hard V December 18th..
J. T. Wyatt bas : cail
fonr 'ami lit
.ujSAD TH K SV At OH MAN
THE SAND HILLS.
1 Gold Hill,
Route .1 .11 would
like to loin your lift ox corre-
your lit of
spobdants again, aB;: I have been
absent for quite a while," but still
I didn't forget the. good old
We have plenty of snow over
our hills. I guedS our boys can
go hunting how . The boys have
bean killing some wild geese along
the valleys and streams. It
seems that most of the boys had
rather hunt oh Sunday evening
than any other time. ;
Recollect girls it is leap year
now. We all had better be get
ting around or some one elie will
get ahead of us.
The Junior Order will soon
have their hall complete near the
S, C. Morgan has sold his
buggy. We girls are sorry of
that. We can't see what he
J. T. Kluttz' has returned to
his tld home fr-ro the wist. I
ne?s he ha? seen qnite a lot that
would be very interesting to us.
With best wisiea to Thi
The residence of Thos. Corrll
was destroyed by fire Sunday
about noon, together with about
all its contents with no insurance.
The fire originated from a defec
Our town has gained a reputa
tion on hors 3 trading. The lat
est trade to report is Rev. R. W.
Oulbertson, of Mooresville, and
Everything has settled down to
business again- All the boys and
girls have gone back to college.
Quite a large crowd went rab
bit hunting Sunday. The best
we heard was that one crowd
bagged seven, and it was not a
good day either. Look out boys
you may have to give an account
Mrs. F. L. Cranford, of Birm
ineham Ala., who has been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. H.
Cranford. leaves this week
E. H. Woodson, was a welcome
visitor in our town several days
The best news of all, the Pott's
oorrespondant in our town is to
marry on the 15th. We wish him
the best sucoess.
. Roy Brown and wife are visit
ing their folks around town.
The roads are in inch a condi
tion, we are entirely cut off from
any other place exoept.by rail.
Lee M. Hart has gone back to
Arkansas, to manage his, farm.
His family is going to remain
here this year at least.
Indications are.thatjthere is not
going to be very much cotton
p'antsd in this section this spring
owing to the low price. We have
decided to keep what we have and
raise more corn, wheat and oats
this season. Onb of thk Boys,
January. 8, 1912. Winter is
showing up this morning without
any disguise. If the cold wet
weather con tinuee as long as the
dry weather did in the summer,
we may not' ezpeot much relief
for some weeks yet.
The little snow yesterday kept
many from the church who this
morning may be hunting rabbits.
Rev. SowerB gave us another
scorching sermon yesterday. We
all like his preaching very much
because he will tell the whole
truth, please or not please.
Max. M, Brown and wife are
real sick. He has tonsolhtis and
his wife neuralgia. They are un
able to wait on themseivef.
The various schools began again
after the holidays with good at
tendance. Rev. R R. Sewers and family
visited at H. L. Lyerly 's Sunday.
John Lentz visited his sister
Mrs. M. M. Brown, Saturday
night and Sunday.
There is a good deal of sickness
in this community.
Roy, the little sou cf Mr. and
Mrs. J. A Liugle has beau rem
sick for the past week, but is im
proving some, we are glad to say.
With mucn succeis to th.
W atohman and Record Viola.
ROCK GROVE. "
Jan. 8, 1912 Fhore will bf
preaching at Rock Grove M. E
church, next Sunday Jan, 14, at
half past two o'clock.
; Mr. aad Mrs. Chas. Beaver vis
ited E. M. Deal Sunday night.
Beulah Deal visited M . A
Overoash Saturday night. -
Robt. Josey has been working
on his new farm which he bought
some time ago.
We had a nice snpw Saturday
night about three inches deep.
v S her rill Overcash who had been
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cripple with rheumatism for two years and I could not move at all ; had
to be carried from place to place, I tried remedies and could not get bet
ter, until I tried Sloan's Liniment, One bottle fixed me up in good shape
and now I always have a bottle in the house for my wife and children."
kffis any kind of pain. Good for Neuralgia, Toothache, Lumbago and
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working at Ohma Grove last week
is at hom) again.
0, A. Blackweldar moved onto
Amos Holshouser's farm last
Tuesday. ' '
Floyd Bfirger is staying by him-
M, A. Overcash visited John
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Overoash
visited E . M . Deal Sunday even
ing. Mrs. Radle Castor is sick with
Mrs. Ida Basinger is visiting
The little son of Mr and Mrs.
8am Funderburg died Sunday
night, about eight o'clock, one
week old. Peach.
Jan. 1st. Front Foust's mule
died last Monday morning.
There was a spelling ? at the
Pooltown sohoolhouse last Thurs
day night. There was a large
orowd presentnd they tall.en joy
ed themselves fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Love Bame visit
ed Adam Ketchey'f last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willhm Lentz of
Salisbury, visited at Ruby Crook's
last Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs, Edward Shepherd
visited Albert Eagle last Sunday.
Miss Fanny Long, of near
Southmont. visited her cousin,
Miss Jessie Read on Christmas
Steven Ketchie, of near Spencer
visited A. L. Ketchie last
Ray Long, of near Southmont,
and Jessie Floyd, of Riohfield and
Paul Mason, of Tbomasville, vis
ited Duke Morgan's Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ludwiok
visited Mrs. Ludwick's parents
Miss Pearl Crook visited Miss
Delia Wyatt last Sunday evening,
Fred Morgan, who is going to
school at Wall burg, visited home
folks on Christmas day.
Edgar Canup visited Grant
Wyatt Sunday evening.
Love Miller and Clyde Bringle
visited at Grover William's last
Our school, with Eugene Reid
as teaoher, is progressing nicely.
Miss Daisy Wyatt, of Salisbury,
visited homefolks on Christmas
Gome along Blue Eyes and give
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There are various makes of s3verplated tableware"
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Try Sloan's Liniment tor your rheu
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It goes straight to the sore
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the muscles and joints and stops
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Mrs. Julia Thomas of Jackson,
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us all the news from your way.
There will be preaching at
Wyatt Grove the second Sunday
in this month.
Miss Amanda Bean visited at
Wesly Ludwick's last1 Saturday
Mr. and Mrs Front Foust vis
ited at David Bean's last Sunday.
Seebef ry File and family visited
his brother, Dyvid File, of near
High Rock, last Sunday evening.
Duke Morgan purchased a new
peny last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs., Rufus Crook, of
Pooltown, have moved back to
Richmond, Virginia. I gaess
they like the old Dominion the
We enjoyed the Christmas very
much, but I think it raided old
Santa Clause out. Ha! Ha!
There was a spelling at the
Pond school house last Friday
night. A large crowd was pres
Miss Delia. Wyatt is visiting
her relatives and friends in Salis
bury. The school started at thb Pool-
town ecbool ifaonse last Monday
after resting for a m ek.
Grant Wyatt visited his Aunt
Mary Newsom. last Thursday
and Faiday. Miss Newsom is
very old. She is in her 94th
Come along Uncle Josh and
give us mere news; dont stop be
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