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SHORT LOOAL ITEMS
M. Ni Hoyle bn Bold his
property in Speroer and moved
bis familv-to ThomaivillA.
Bnaine N 1218. which eniJ
neer Ehach was driving when 'kill
ed it ureensuoro reoently, has
been repaired at Spenser aud re
sumed its run. .
The Salisbury Band has taken
the faal step. They have en
gage I to have aaored" oonoert
at Pulton Heights on Sunday.
We have yet to see tbe thing fuo
ced that go i:,f money mak
ing on Sunday. The band de
arvAs encooragement in all its
efforts except this..
Riv. j. u. KDwe, u .pre
siding elder of the Salisbury dis
trnt of thi M. K church, loft
yestTdyy for a sojnru in the
wi8tru pirt of the st Ue and will
ba ah9eu for sWrai weiks. This
is Doctor R )we's first vaoatiou
in 85 y 'its Dr R we has been
ptesidmg eld-r of the Salisbury
district fvr four years and his
many friend regret that be will
ha moved by the next' conference.
A B. Saltidby has accepted an
i:ivfetttiou to ad i rets the Barac
caj of Gkarl tno on Suuday even
ing, August 1 1th .
There is to be a meeting at the
curt house tonight for the pur
pose of organizing a good roads
Johu Huderlite, the young
man who lost a hand lat week
while about a steam shovel, is
imprviug and will soon b9 out,
bat miuus his hand.
The Gold Hill Township Sun
day School Association will meet
at B)thauy church, Orescent, Fri
day. August 16sh; A splendid
program has- been arrauged for
the occasion .
Tbe Board of Alderman con template
purchasing an auto fire
truck for use in connection with
the present fire equipment of the
city. We doabt the need atd
the practicability for such a ma
chine, bat take it that the alder-
ma i kno what tbey are demg.
The members of tbe Salisbury
L dge of Elks held their annual
barbecue at the fair grounds yes
terday aft raoon. ,
A. H. Prioe, Esq , has let the
contract to J. D. Brjwufor the
erection of a $5,000 residence on
West Libirty Street.
Au effort is being made to have
the aldermsn extand tbe city wa
ter tj the fair gr unds in order
that the old filds out that way
oau be sold for city lots at a good
A cottage on Suh Church
treet, belougiog to i. A. Rendle
man, was cousiderably damaged
by fire Thursday. It was occu
pied by, Th . mas Smith, a portion
of whose furniture was aiso de
stroyed. F. L. Robbius and EI. 0. Dag
gett haye formed a partnership to
be known as Uobb'ns & Daggett
They wi'l be tbe ageuts of a num
ber of h gh class manufacttreri
and wil: deal iu macbiuery, sop
plies of all) k inds and produce.
Their effiso is to be in the Grubb
The city is doing some splen
did work on South Ellis Street,
tbe new gas mains recently put
down having been lowered, the
old four iiiOh water main is being
lowered, curt-ijg is baiQg placed
od each side aud when tid giad
iug is o mpt4te, tarvia is to i t
be pat down. This will m&k-t
South Ellis one of the fi iest reii
deQCi3 struts in the city.
H oin j Coming oay at Coddle Creek.
Invitations have been reoeivi
by a number of Salisburians t) a
big home coming olebrati u
which i to be held at Cod lie
Creek Academe on Wedneida
August 7th. The committee l
charge of . arrangements is V
Smith, Ralph Alexander and J.
L Ross. .
Coddle Creek is iu the upper
edge ( t Cabarrus, where the three
counting of Cabarrus, RoVan and
Iredell j in.
Am3ug the speakers on tbe pro
gram, is T. G. Furr, Etq , of this
city wh y wilt make an address on
"Ood.lle Crnek, Her Farmers and
But in oes Mtn."
ll jflurials to Or. MurlacU Postponed.
The mu-orial services to the
memory ol Rev. F. J. Murdoch,
B. D., f it many years the beloved
lector of St. Lake's Episcopal
church iii this citv. which were
set to be held yesterday and to
dav and have been postpaned iu-
defijftter. on account c f. the ill
i- Cha lotte of Bishop J -
inh R nhahire. whe is to take a
itr iminent Dartr in th exercises
Thpja nf thnae services are to ' e
held, one at St. Matthew's Epis
copil church in the 3 .aatyroue at
fit: PAul'ton Chesttmt Hiii, a .d
r, tha W Hrrii)n rsidncp
OUvO is5nu Hill, wher ,fcbi
plaudid bf.ck .ruc uM i to li
dadioatei a thV Murdoch missio
These service, when neiu, win
be simple and impressive, and will
be attended by mauy citz us of
galiibary nd 8pencer, who bvjf
0r MardBch and held him ;tn
aighetm. -. -
prise has the following which
is of special interest to Salis
burians as the promoters are
owners of the i street railway,
electric and gas plant in
ltThfl W NT Pnlai. n.r.
Engineering department of
which John Nichol is in
charge, today closed the con
tract for the construction, of
seven miles of railroai from
Denton to High Rock, a
station on the Southbound
raUroad, whereby both Den
ton ana , l nomas vine get a
direct connection with the
great Southbound system.
The contract was awarded
to 3. M. Lane & Co., con
tractors of Atlanta, the
amount of contract being
around $100,000, work to
commence in ten days and to
be completed by January 1,
Th( is a great forward
impetus given to our neigh-,
bor, Thomasviile, who is to b9
congratulated on securing the
new railroad service."
Now if Salisbury would get
busy and connect with these
roads at High Roqk she could
easily obtain that which she
has wanted and needed for
many years, a competanve
Arei Clan to Bather.
Throughout the German,
Dutch and Scotch section of
central Pennsylvania the
great annual gatherings are
the family re-unions. The
tever has Btruck Rowan late
I y and we are glad for many
reasons. The gatherings
socially are pleasant, you
earn to know your own
jeople, the addresses are aN
vays helpful, your family
:ride is increased and you
can make it one of the best
lays of the year.
The ArtSys are the last to
get this good habit. In 1759,
Leter Arey, a Scotchman,
settled near Union church,
live miles east of town, and
at this church on Thursday,
August 29th,. they will
gather, picnic, vociforate,
organize and generally have
a day of good cheer.
The Arey descendants in
this state are chiefly iu Stan
ly, Cabarrus, Mecklenburg,
Iredell, Catawba and David
son, and paper notices Will be
appreciated. The program
will be issued later, but it is
known that among those
who will speak will be Rev.
Gilbert T. Rowe and. Dr. C.
W. Rowe, Charlotte; Mrs. A,
Y. Fry, Bryson City; Prof.
L. H Rothrock. Salisbury;
D. ri Arsy, Salisbury; Prof.
C. E. Phillips, Hertford, N.
C.;H B. Rowe, Esq., New
A Pleasant Dai at Salem Church,
The missionary exercises at Sa.
lem church in Locke Township,
which took place Frniay, proved
b a very pleasant affair Rev.
V Y. B or r of Lexington, and
Rov. Kster of Cliestuut Hill and
R v Parker made missionary ad-
1 cesses and tbe children rendered
appropriate xercises Amission
try quilt was auctioned off and
brought $6.50, J B. Lmgle beir
tbe purchaser. At noon a splen
did dinner, saon as tbe good pe -
pie of that neighborhood - know
how to prepare, was s-rved .
Rev. L. W Sifford, rf Sndali-.
Mo., son of Edwsrd Sifford, wi 1
pTeach in Salem Church Sunday,
August 11th. 5
WHEN YOU YAWN
A GOOD DEAL
In the day time, and feel dull,
lazy and discouraged, you have
every symptom of a torpid
Simmons. Red Z Liver Reg
ulator (The Powder Form) is
a nne tonic lor a disordered
liver. It acts promptly. The
bilious impurities which'have
interfered with the free Action
of the liver are driven out, the
stomach is cleansed and
strengthened so that it can
more thoroughly digest food.
The bowels are purified and a
regular habit re-established
It. is a spUndid medicine for
the whole system, Promotes
a feeling of energy, mental
activity and cheerful spirits
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $100
JUk for the murine with the Bad Z on tbalsbaL II
yea cannot get it, remit to ae, we will eend by biJ 1
postpaid. vMnmone j.iTer Jtcgniator u .lb pt op in
ilquiaionn lor tnoee who prefer u. -nc.uw
bottle. lxxk (or tbe Bed Z label. ,
fj.IL 2BLGI ft CiL. fnms, St Uda,tia
Iho f ri k siatbmeut of a neigh
Bids yen pause and believe.
The samt endorsement
By time stranger far away
C mmauds no belief at all.
. Here's ft Salisbury base.
A-Salisbury citizen . testifies.
Road and be -convinced'
Mrs J H . Penca, East Liberty
and Boapdery stress, Salislmry
N. O , says: We have used
Doao's Kidney Pills in the family
aud have found them beneficial
I am always ready to praiae this
remedy. My little girl suffered
from weak kidneys. She had no
control over tbe passage , of th
seoretions. Her health failed
and she was in a miserable con
dition. Finally we "sfave her
Doan's Kidney Pills and thfv
strengthened her kidneys and
made her well.
For sale -by 'all dealers. Price 60
cents Foster-lliibarn Co., Buffalo,
New YorK, sole agents for the United
Remember tbe name Doang and
take no other.
Annual Meeting of the Rowan Mutual Fire
The annual meeting of the
Rowan Mutual Fire Insurance
Company will be held in th.
Court House ia Sa'isbury on W d
nesda, Auguat 7th, 1012, at 10
30 a m. '
Every momber is expected ti be
present an l take part in tbe de
liberations At this meeting you
win, tnroagu via treasurer's re
port dud oat all you waut to know
about the nuances of the company
Every agent is requested t
be present end make a report Of
the wcrkdone by him during th
There will be a meeting of th
directors of the company it
the grand" jury room at K
o'clock a. m. Dr. C. M. Vai
Poole is president and A. W.
Winec ff secretary and treasure
of this splendid home insnrancf
How Mrs. Reed of Peoria, III,
Escaped The Sur
Peoria, 111. "J wish to let every one
Compound has done
I suffered. The doc
tor said I had a tumor
and the only remedy
was the surgeon's
knife. My mother
bought me Lydia E.
lAble Compound, and
waay x am a wen ana
healthy woman. For
months I suffered
from inflammation, and your Sanative
Wash relieved me. I am glad to tell
anyone what your medicines have done
for me. You can use my testimonial in
any way you wish, and I will be glad
to answer letters." Mrs. CHRISTINA
REED, 105 Mound St, Peoria, 111.
, Mrs. Lynch Also Avoided
Jessup, Pa. "After the birth of my
fourth child, I had severe organic inflam
mation. I would have such terrible painp
that it did not seem as though I coulcf
stand it. This kept up for three lonr
months, until two doctors decided thav
an operation was needed.
' ' Then one of my friends recommended
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
rauhd and after taking it for two months
was a well woman." Mrs. Joseph A.
Lynch, Jessup, Pa.
Women who suffer from female ills
should try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound, one of the most success
ful remedies the world has ever known,
before submitting to a surgical opera,
Morigag Sale ol Real Estate
Pursuant to the provision of a cer
tain Mortgage Deed of Trust , dated
the fifteenth day of November, 1907
executed by W. A. Foster and M. E.
Foster to Mrs. 3 R. ifelf on, and re
corded in Book 32. page 24, of Rowan
County Record of' Mortgages, to se
cure the inlebtedness recited therein ;
default having been made in the pay
ment of sa d indebtedness and the
hold'T thereof having demanded the
foreclosur of said mortgage, the un
dersigned will sell to the highest b5d
der for cash, at the Uourt house door
in Sali bury, on
MoDday, The Twelfth Day
of -Au?nt, 1912. at 12
the following described 'premises in
the city of Salisury, to wit.
Beginning at a stake on Lot No. 1,
P. N. Heilig's corner and runs thence
8. 44 E. 50 ft. to a stake,' corner' of
Lot No. 4; thence S. 48-W. 167 1-2 ft.
to a stake ca J. P. Webber's line;
thonce N. 32 5i ft. to a stake ; Gal
limore's corner, thence "N. 46jE. 157 1-2
ft. to the beginning, containing one
fourth of an acrp, more or less ; See
Book 74. page 330 of Rowan County
Record of Dennis.
This; the 10th day of July, 1912.
v Mrs. J. R. Nels-n.
Salesmen Wanted to jook aft-r r Ur
intei st in R iwan and adjoin
ing counties. Salary cr 0-Vm
mission. v Add re?s Th Victrr OH
Compaby ..Cleveland, O. lt.B i d.
For Sail AT pi Ir af due 16'miuhs:
old mutes, hnbroke Gilt ou
Claud B Peeler, rnra.1 No. 4 JSat
the merto of a : " - r-: - - "7 r.: ttT ,TT wrX
Is the Placo
Accommodating Sales People,
Prices Lowest Possible,
Goods. First, Class.
Your patronage is RespectfullySolicited
1. W. WINEC0FF.
Royal Reversible Disc Plow
The ROYAL REVERSIBLE
class of its own, being superior
other Disc Plows ou the market.
First time In the City, drop around and we'll show
you the plow. .t Xhe price is right
ROW AW HARDWARE &16HlNERVCO.
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Supply pf New
Disc Plow is in a
in every way to all
Farm and Oray Wagons,
aiiu up, ussi yuaiicy ana oiyie;-gj
Automobiles and Gasoline Engines repaired aod
Supplies Furniehed. ' - ;
Old Carriages and Buggies repaired, painted and
raaue as gooa as new.
New Tops made and old
, hions furnished and old Cushions repaired. ,
v iew uasnes turnisned and old Frames re covered
Rubber Tires a Specialty; bteel tired wheeief change
ed to Rubber Tires.
All kinds of Wood and" Iron Work done at eHork
notice Automobile and Bicycle tires Vulcanized,
We,hav. skilled workxen in each department
Surreys, Buggies Wagons and Automobiles fot sale.
llarnesa of all kinds made and repaired. Call arid i
gei .yricttts, riespectiuliy,
J. O. TJHITE & GO.
BOLII REVERSIBLE DISC
The MOLINE REVERSIBLE Disc Harrow will come
nearer meeting all fhe demands of the farmer than any
other. On display in our waresroom. ;.
& Wagon Builders.
DeliUry Wagons, Opsa 8
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