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TL3ftJnivewal Endorsement of
:Vp 7 III J - I. ' I 'I-1 I 1 1 1 - '. K 4, .
: isl shown by the fact that over twenty tons are used
- daily. This jneans that approximately, iu,uuu,uuu wu-
' burners dsjtei0. K." Davis Baking Powder for its un-
: equaled quality and economy.; No.other Baking Powder
-gives suchfneral satisfaction as to quality and ru;
7 - SoldTdl ood Grocrs." Insist on haying it. . r
CQJMTY CQRRESf QHDEHGE
Ittas of Itttrist la Virtoffs HBlgUborhoofls
Seitinbi Onr Friend i
"We do not print ar
ticles not signed by the auth
or's real name. j
LOWERSTONE. - j
fleptomtr, 18.--J think the
frmer r all bohi through oat
ting topi nd filing foddw
Cotton pioking -time U har
again. Som hv"pickd over
thtiri nd iomt hart nDt.
Robttt Mtiimor, tht Lower
ton optrator, hai gonahom on
AOtannt of ioknis Wa with
kin ipdy raoort ry.
F. W.J Boit, of Ohiha Qtor; ii
tiiiting fcli brothtr, H. J. Bptt,
near Itpokfrell for. a few dayi.
W ara glad to have him with as
P. W., Boit, fl. J. Boi and
wife and' Lather, visited their sis
ter, Mrs. Jerry Powlass, last Wed
Well boys the wild grapes are
getting ripe. Get your dogs in
trim for the opossums, get your
lanterns cleaned op or throw them
away and get some new ones.
I tkink some have all ready got
their dogs in trim. A certain
rowd want out and got all they
eald carry. If any one oan beat
that trot them out.
Qeorgt-Park preached at Organ
haroh the second Sunday cf
September to a large orowd and I
think thity all enjoyed the serason
, Walter Yancannon is wearing a
smile that wont come off.
BRINGLE'S 'FEBRY'. . .
Sept. 18 W are needing Tain
Try bad aronud here now. - Wells
and oreeks are getting about as
low as they were last summer; J,
, i '
A large crowd attended thaJiale
at Dake Morgan's last Wednesday.
The ice cream party at Albert
Eagle's last Saturday night was a
access. .Quite a crowd was? there
and all enjoyed themselves.' T
Duke ? Morgan and family left
last'Tharsday for. Richmond, Va.i
where they will make their home.
We wish them success and hapi-
ness in their new home.
David File is talking cf moring
The Stafford mill, near Bringle's
ferry, bnrued down last Tuesday.
It is supposed that it caught bv a
September 16. We hare taken
a little rest but we are hara again.
The hot wave is over and the
weatner is cooler, jraii is com
The farmurs are busy picking
otton. ; There will be sereral
bales ginned this week and will
perhaps go to market. Cotton it
ssimataa so do not over nail a
. crop. - - r
Look oat for lots of rainjthrough
the latter part of the fall is the
prognostication of Sam .
The 4th quarterly meeting of
the Salisbury oircuit will be held
at Bethel ohurch Saturday and
Sunday of this week. Let every
body some 8atarday and bring a
well filled basket.
Hay making has been in order
for several weeks. Meadow hay
is luraly fine No pea or crab hay
will be made on account of the
There will be a great deal of
movihgjigain this fall among the
cropers. It seems that most of
them want to . try a new plao .
Eleotion time is oomiDg on
bat eTery thing looks rery oool
around here. Wa need some one
to come around. and tell ns who
to rote for.' There is so many
parties that we are about stood
and we don't know which way to
lean. Maybe times will get. bet
ter. I- : Sam Snobt .
spark from a train, as the railroad
is but a short distance from the
mill and there was no fire around
there. The mill was oueof the
old style buts mills and as
equipped with carding machines
It was owned by William Stafford
and the mill together with the
carding maohiues area complete
Mis Delia Wyatt who has been
working in hotel at Piedmont
Springs this summer is visiting
MissEfiie Callicott visited her
friend Miss Bertie Morgan lait
Miss Lillian Lents - of High
Rock visited at Jacob Morgan's
There will be an ice cream par
ty at Berk Bringle's Saturday
night September 21. Everybody
invited.. 1 7
-."I guess there will soon be an
other wedding to report, as hx
has already rented the place Hal
Hal Gaess who now.
Morgaotcn; Z" Sept." ."13 .'Ko
ISnipes the alleged slayer of - Joho
Brittain,in Burke county some 10
years ago, and who was . arretted
in" Los Angeles, Ca!V and brought
bjck here and lodged An; jail made
a desperate but ineffectual attempt
to es ca pe from. pri on th la moru-
mg. ; In some", manner he i tore, a
havy plecerof iron from-the. ;cg;
where he was oonnued, and- attar
getting out ihtthe corridor of .'the
ail prooeadtxi to demolish every
thing in light .and dog lerertl
holes in the brick walla; J -
Armed as ha was with the bar
of Jron and being desperate the
officers, were afraid to entef the
buildii.tr and he carried.-on his-l
work ' oti destruction for' several
hours.- - He was- finally however
subdued and placed under :, heavy
guard. Snipes is almost a giant
in sise and the cage - in whiob - he
was confined was merely a play
thing in his band.
The first report ,of the 1 capture
of 8nipes in Los Angles as given
out by the Associated Press was
slightly erroneous. Later official
reports reoeived state .that he was
arrested on another! charge and
had made some threats which led
to tho disoovry that he was wanted
in Burke on a more serious oharge
and the officers here were notified
.Wy theville V s ;Sept.'-'l t
When adjournment was .taken for
dinner to-day in-,t be tnalf "Vic
tor Allen for alleged pariroipatioc
in the HilUviIle court bouie mnr-
ders, Jadge Btanlss had Floyd Al- f
len and .Clan le Alien, ;who: were
found guilty of first 7degres mur-
der on the 1 same "charge- brought
into court And passed sentenced of
death upon them, fixing- Novem-
bes 22 as the date of execution".
The feature of the evidecce of
the .trial ' of ; -Viotor - Allen today
was the testimony of the - defend
ant. He accounts ior the fact
that he' was in Hillaville. at the
time, of the tragedy by say ing that
Ce had been t telephoned ' to and
asked to bring a siok witness. ' He
admitted being- armed - the day
preceding-the, tragedy, said ; his
brother, -Claude, had taken his
pistol and-claimed that he: had a
right as a rural mail carrier to be
armed. - -
A few other witnesses testified
at to the prisoner's character.
The evidenoe will be concluded
Trtloin of Southern Railroads Submit to
. AraWraflon- 7
Washington,. Sept. 18 The
oonference between the South
eastern railrotds and representa
tives : of their: conductors and
trainmen over the question of
an increase in wages were brought
to a close yesterday afternoon by
the railroads l agreeing to submit
the matter to mediation under
the Erdman act. Efforts by the
railroads to have 'the matter ar
bitrated met with refusal' by the
employees. Charles ' P 7 Neil,
United. States . Commissioner" of
Labor, and Judge Martin A.
Knappi of the? United States
Commeroe Court will :'ba the board
cf mediation. rZ
Aboat 12,000 men are involved
and their demands for an inorease
in ; wageiJttqi
wnW77---;S!;s:-'7-i '-v7- a 7: 7v;;-77:
Sept. 16th. Milo Kluttz and
White Menius, while passing
through Faith Monday morning
on their way to Dunn's Mountain
and Union churoh settlement to
thresh clover seed with their
brand new.; outfit, threshed a wag
on load hereffor H. M. L. . Agner,
A large crowd came to see the new
outfit at work.
A young: lady at Mr. and Mrs
C. S. Boit's September 8rd.
A young traction engineer at
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Josey's Au
. Six pair millstones' were ship
ped off Saturday by J. T. Wyatt.
Charles Barger was seriously
hurt at the Faith Granite Co.'s
Quarry Friday when a. big blast
waa set off and a large rock struck
the blacksmith shop, tore off- a
large oorner of th bnildmtr. Mr.
Barger was struck by the 4ying
timbers Two ribs were broken
and he is otherwise badly bruised.
: . Mr. and Mrs. Stimpson. Corn
left this morning for the moun
tains near Ashevi lie to spend sev
eral weeks with Mr. .Corn's pa
rents for the health of their little
sick child. Veuus.
I6eneril Nogi and Wife Ceninit SnlciilB.
Tckio. Sept. 15 Driven to
their death by grief over the pass
ing of their beloved -emperor.
Mutsnhito, and forced by centu
ries old tradition to end their
lives with the sword. General
Count Marosuke Nogi, hero of
Port Arthur, and bis wife,' the
Countess Nogi, hurled themselves
on sharp blades in the main hall
of the palaoe late this afternoon
and died by their own hand.
The general and his wife were
in the long precession following
the emperor's body. Count Nogi
bire the title of supreme council
or of the army. Next to the em
peror he was the highest military
oommander of Japan sni his po
sition inhe procession was' close
to the new emperor Yoshihito, di
rectly fallowing the body. The
action cf 'the NogtrJ'who belong to
the ancient Choshu olan of the
Samuria, was in acoordanoe with
one of the oldest traditions of Ja
pan and even had any one seen
their preparations for the act it is
doubtful if any ' attempt would
have been made to prevent it.
More than one hundred Japanese
have killed - themselves in this
manner, knDwn as hari-kari since
Emperor Mutsnhito died August
General Count Nogi was the son
of Mareteu Nogi, chief of the fam
ily of Hagi, province of Ohcshu
To him his father's sword had
descended and with this ancient
blade he. slew himielf . It will be
buried with him and he will re
ceive honors scaroely less impos
ing than those aooorded Emperer
To Europe lo i Day.
New York, Sept. 18. Jules
Yedrinea the French aviator, who
won the James Gordon Bennett
Aviation Cup. at Chios go, recent
ly, making a record of 105 miles
an hour over the course, sailed
yesterday forHarve on the French
liner France with his trophy.
Before sailing he said that the
speed limit for aeroplanes had
not nearly been reached, and that
he had a machine which could
travel 125 miles an hour.
When asked as to the prssibili
ties of crossing the Atlantic ; in an
aeroplane Yedrines said : Within
a year we will have maohines
that will fl 200 miles an hour
and aviators can cross the At
lantic frcm Cap (Jshant to New
York between dawn and twilight
of one day in the summer. . Iam
confident that this can be done
and that in the near future
there will be regulsr express aero
plane trips from Now York to
Pariattrjg ithe7"summef. O
coarse, it would be a much loDger
journey w o wiater aa coe avia
tors would nave to Bt9er along
wajy aouth 'to avoid the storms
and the - severe cold weather
which prevails at that season bf
Robbery ef Grocery Store at Uorganton.
Morganton, Sept. 16. A bold
robbery ocoutred here Saturday
night in the center of the business
section, when thieves - broke into
Green & Kinsaid'e grocery store
and carried off th? oash register. "
The register was found " Suuday
morning by some boys near town
and was badly smashed ap, -
The thieves seoured but little
cash but the robbery .was the
boldest perpetrated here in several
yeais.. . -" . , .
, 7 Strockby Trala.
7 Morganton. Sept. 16. Joe
Grady, a well-known carpenter,
was struck by a freight trjrfn on
the Southern Railway last - night
near Drexel aud fatally injured7
t rThexctlmjapner in which Ihe
was injured his not been learned
but it is supposed he thought he
was at a- aafe distance . from . the
Rental Property Willed to Church Is not
Exeapted fron Taxes.
Raleigh, September : 18. The
Corporation Commission insists
that 1 axes muet be paid on the.
Rev; E. M . Forbes , property, in
Newbern which was willed to the
Diocese of North Carolina, Christ
Episcopal churoh Newbern, nd
various educational, and charita
hl purpose, trustees being nam
ed to conserve the property and
allot the revenue to the various
The commission gave an ex
tended hearing to those insisting
that the property should b taxed.
Rev. Robert Strange bishop of
the Dioceie of North Corolina,
came to Ka'eign and made a spe
cial plea and statement of the
case from his viewpoint to the
members of the commission .
In directing the Craven county
authorities to assess the property
for taxation the commission "lays
down the rule that-church proper
ty be exempted from taxation,
must be used directly as a home
of . worship or kindred purpose,
The Forbes property consists
largely of rental property. 77
-777'C - Uncla Ezra Saya
It don't take more'n a'gill uv
effort to git -folks into a pok of
trouble" and a little neglect of
constipation, biliousness, indiges
tion or other liver' deraaemeint
will do the same: If ail intt: take
ut, Ring's .New if,-- Life Pills
train hen struck bv some nro. L'CVri:;
Victor AlleoFouad Not 6'Jilty bv jury.
Wytheville, Va., Sept. 18.
''Not guilty" was the verdiot ren
dered by the jury in the oate of
Victor Allen, charge with parti
cipating in the Hil'.sville court
house murderes oi the 14ih o
last Maroh. The announcement
brought quite a demonstration
from the spectators, a large por
tion of whom were women.
j ne argument in tne case wss
oompleted this afternoon 4:80
o'clock aud given at once to the
jury, who were out thirty ininutei
considering their verdict . When
it was announced, Mr. Poague o
counsel for the Commonwealth
addressed the oout, stating that
he and his associates had no desire
to do more than their duty and
tnat witn permission of the court
the other indicmeata- against the
defendant would be dismissed
which was done.
The prisoner, surrounded by
his four small children, received
tne congratulations oi many in
in the court room and as he shook
hands with the jury tears coursed
down his cheeks.
This is the last of the trials
erowiue out of the shooting up of
Carrol county conrt last March,
when the preaidipfc judge, the
sheriff, the Comnon wealth's at
torney, a joror and a witness met
death at the hands of Allen clan
For the murder (wo men have
been sentenced tt the eleotric
chair, Floyd Allen and- Claude
Allen, father and brother of the
man who was acquitted ' today.
Two other members of the olau,
Friel Allen and Sidney E 1 wards,
were given long terms in the pen
icunrin fit . !
You CaE Drinkflt at
Trv-Frenrfi MarlrPt rte nn vnitV own 'table lUSt OnCC. Note US
delicious .arbma ahd flavorf
several cups at midnight- compare Jt-witKr6then coffees.fr ,
' r The OrinnaT Frnrh TOnr? -beans.. The very'choicest product, the fine
. i neunguiai rrencn jjiena .priyate:estate-gTown Coffee, is bought by the
TTRENCH Market Coffee is the identical old - French Market Mills' " V
- X f ren.cn Wend, brought to New Orleans by
immigrants from Paris over ? a hundred
years - ago. Tourists and travelers know it.
?They rarely fail to visit the old French Market,
t when in New Orleans, to drink cup after cup of
" the jnarvelous coffee that has made the French
Until the establishment of the French Market
Mills and the perfecting of the new, air-tight,
Hermetically-sealed package, genuine. French
Marfcet'Coffee could-be had nowhere else.
Bat now . we are able to place this historic
blend this delicious French coffee, in your
- grocer's hands, ready for your instant call.
Unlike Ordinary Coffees
E import direct in original bags the fa
mous Pan-American coffees, including
the famous Blue Mountain Coffee of Ja-
choice of Gua
This comes in
seas. No cold
These fine coffees are correctly combined in
exactly the right blend and proportion. '
It takes almost twice as long to roast French
Market Coffee as it does ordinary coffee. t.
Yet all the flavor ancV arbma-rall the refresh
ing and" stimulating- qualities of the coffee
are retained and intensified." 7 '.
. Packed in Air-Tight Tins
rnpMIUS we deliver to your grocer genuine
I French Market Coffee this coffeelike you
get in Paris or Vienna in all its fresh
ness, and unequaled flavor.
Beware of Imitations
'OU will be offered "French" coffee stated
to be "The same as French Market Coffee."
You must be careful to see that the pic
ture of the old French Market, with the name
"French Market Coffee.V is on the label.
This is the only genuine French Market
! Try it once and you'll agree "There is only
one real old French Market flavor." 77 7-' ' '
FRENCH MARKET MILLS
(New Orleans Coffee Company, LbL, Proprietor)
. NEW ORLEANS
We have opened the largest and most thoroughly upto-date dental parlor in the
city. We want to be rapidly acquainted, show the.people that we do as good or bet,
ter work than the average dentist, and WITHOUT PAIN. As an indaeemant to
prove this we will for a few days do the highest class at the following low prices:
i Guaranteed 15 Years
Sets of teeth ..... .-. .$5.00
Gr old Crowns and Bridge
work. $3, $4, and $5
VVhiteOrowus.. .. . .$3 00
Gold Fillings:. 75 J up
Enamel Fillings . . .". . .$l.0D
Amalgan Fillings. . .. ..50e
Cement Fillings ....... . 50c
Sf Ih& WOT $htfr Ok DROIT
Examination - Claaniag Painless extraction Fras.
Z 8 B
These are not our regular prices ani we only make this offer to establish firmly
the Philadelphia Painless Dentists in Salisbury so that we may do your friends'and
families, work year after year at our regular prices. 7
All we ask is that you tell your friends of our Painless Methods, and exactly how
you like our work. AH Operators have had many years actual experience and are
skilled in our Painless System.
'f ME 763.
Reference: Oar Wark ul Watoia Bank.
lnr FermansnUf U
I li b i 126 1-2 H. Mail SI.
Specit! Sermon to Juniors.
There will be a special sermon
preaohd tot Or scent Oouucil,
No 284, Jr. O. U. A. M.t at Reck
Grove" M. B . church, on the 66h
8onday in September at 8 p. m..
The sermon swill be preaobed
ftertf Oi Av lDrown, of 7ph1na
Grpve. -7A11 Janir ant??4
ire tniriedo attend- thi: special
D M. MILLER AND SON,
The Leading Grocers.
"Salisbury's the Place"
133 North Main Street the
place to have your watch
repairing done by a
We handle a complete line
of jewelry of all kinds. Dia
monds reset and all 'kinds
of jewelry repair work done
at reasonable cost.
All work guaranteed.
. We also have located with
us Mr. C. ,W. HarringtoD, a
sewing machine expert, who
does all kinds of sewing ma
chine repairing. He will call
at your residence if notified
'Phone No. 474L. ,- ,
A' complete line of all kinds of sew
ing machine supplies, repairs for all
makes of machines kept in stock.
Darners, Buttonhole workers and hem-stickers.-
Give ua a trial, once a cus
tomer, always a cotomer';
D. 0. LENTZ.
PeacB Seed" Waniefl.Au these who
have gathered up peach seeds will
bring them in and deliver thejn at
Taylor & Co's., Woodson & Co's ,
and George Shaver's stores The
time is limited to fobr weeks. as tho
peach ieed buyers are getting well
stocked, i - . j. a ids .
& Wagon Builders.
Farm and Dray Wagons Delivery Wagons, Open
andTop, Bast Quality and Style.
Automobiles and Gasoline Eugines repaired and
Old Carriages and Buggies repaired, painted and
made as good as new. - 7
New Tops made and old Tops repaired; New Cus
hions furnished and old Cushions repaired.
New Dashes furnished and old Frames, re covered.
Rubber Tires a Specialty; bteei tired wheels chang
ed to Rubber Tires. .. - j 7 7
All kinds of Wood and Iron Work 'done at short
notice ::.. ' : . , . .-. ' ' ' . ;
Automobile and Bicycle tires Vnlcanizedv '
We have skilled work nen in each department.
Surreys," Buggies, Wagons and Automobiles for sale. :
Harness of all kinds made and, repaired Call and
get prices. Respectfully;
J. 0. TJHITE & GO.
PJione i43. Salisbury, N. C.
Our Boiluing-Malerial will piasa yon.
Our ceiling and sidiog at $1.00
per 100 feet wiU tickle yon. Good
man Lumber Co. . 'Ph405one L,
- Hoiiee to Crepsrs. J ..:
Havirg qualified as administrator of
the estate of A-F; Atta way i deceased ,
this ia to notify-; all , persons, having
claims against the said, decedent to
file an itemized .' verified statement of
same with the undersigned on or Ae
fore the 13th day of August :1913, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar- of
their recovery. . Persons indebted - to
the said estate are notified to make
prompt settlement. ;
This August 13th ,19 12. , -
' 3. D. DoaaaTTAdmr.
DR. M.J. RAGLAND
Office and hospital on Inniss St., near
Mansion Ilonse corner. Pay phone
; , Night phone 480. - v r " 4-S70 25.
"We h a ve tist ' received ft' ahin-
Jneot of Woods High Grado - Seed
Uals and Kye. See ng before you
Hay Th mpson -Grain fe Fiid
Strb, 118 W. Iunes, next to
Mahaley's Stable. - -
mad only 25 cents at all druggiaU.
service. ' i'-'if