-1 a. "
ft. - a
9011 WiiiftlESWIDf MCf" ?T 'Stall b Spite of mi DrutL "
fitSS f lltMitt llVirlOBS HelsWortOOlU hate beea exweaiely" hard cu the
- ;... fh. Cri.Mrf. a North CatJiiea - tarmers, rgpeci-
EH We do "not Drint ar! m0nt aeovod'r This part ot the
' tides not signed by the autlHstata has' ittcorn crop cut ihort
buk-the last Bwooyaxa:iMw uvvu
FAITH. ' L II v severe. Iu this.tectioii
y wu aaa:, juue aangawr ui . ift gte of. tbip
UF. Air j, v ., ate viui mug 1Uutrita Die miaauai met oroum..-
tivMTAnd friendi here-this tfeek. s We feer that thit zn,ethcd . of
V ' r I . ..v ' AAi3rinv 111 .- flnttA At- th A
Ob the llfch of September, the .Mtifc B , tnTdiaoovered ' and
ehildfea, grajjdohjlden and f riendj Xb it only, waits, xawful, dilli-of.Mri-
Hddge, .widpw of the late geat. appliaafeiou in-order to bring
Ahram'Hodffe. . assembled at the success. The . method roontains.
t.ff.'imiti.m n,Ur0 Mr. bat four fundamental factors.
..y. "U-i - u rnese reuBeu uiumjg,iwuiu p
nooge maaiuK thr soil to take ' nb -larie
gare her a birthday, dinner. Her amountg o moisture in the winter
daghte. J 0,Wyatt and family ftti early spring
came up from Gold Hill, Mr and Second, thsj incorporation of or
Bfw IveHoffoerbt hear Organ gauic rinatwr .oolargft.vamouuti ,
t-.v 1j i. A(h. This oteanio matter may be fttable
iu. ,..'J Ik- manure or green manure,. cut fine
AOT.u.a. ""6"" with a diso harrow before beicg
After a few remarks by Rev. 0. P plowed under and thoroughly in-
Fiihet all partook of : the , many oorporated with the soil with the
good things provided, Mrs Hogde disc; af ter wardi C This addition
trtwsed her Blat mile post ou this or organic matteX is a;, powerful
f ... . tx j aid in retaining the moisture ab-
? After : wishing Mrs Hodge gorbed by th7 dVlf plowed soil,
many more happy- birthdays all holding it until the season is well
left for their homes. ' advanced even thongh'thi drbath.
V SimpsouGorp is confined to hi. ""rl-eep7 planting. It is
hpme with, tonsihtis, but get- Very-etentil that the farmers in
ting;better - hrs section, of .the- state plant
... . , ... . --.,,1 their corn deep below tne sur-
mwson vauwicKis gnng tose i . bat. of CDursd:cov,r it shsl
H.truok farm and residence in how Last sbriue a number of
Faith and mrve to Albemarle. farmers carried out aver f essential
He will so into business at " Pal-1 detail for the production cf a good
' " . I corn croD with the ezceDticn of
' lulantina: the .com deeply Tha
Another Addition a laTge room, J ground was moist until the middle
will be added to the Dresent school of May. This J shallow planted
. hoaeiew to . accommodate the horu deveiPed tB root ?Jm 01--c
iv.1 ' I It on surface where moisture ccn-
"mr JV- VtV I " uu" dUions, were just right. These
AJUUiuar uu tUB mn .(n nrmrlitinn rtmAin, d llllfc
C Swan Sliteen Miles, 'T?
'Bo3ton,-Sept. lO.-f-jRoia Pi ton;
pf theoiton irlswamsntteen
mile in. theoold waters of tee
TAagoeJ tod"ax.ia JP"nr hnr? vand
thirty four.miuutes. Startihg.Ut
Richmond, lock and finishing' at
Tower, bridge ,.at :. quarter- past
seven this evening she was as fit
ss afifh and Treadjj o swm -far
ther bat the members of the ' HaS
sex motor yach,tclu andthe
pr e8 s man w h o . . acco mpain id h at
ufffedotherwss?, owing to the
danger oj the.Tham es. - ' .
Rose, proud :' at aopompl ishing
a.feat.uever achieved" hy a woman
swi mmer inteiided to, swim
the . Eneliih channel not the
weather has r been. so: inele
ment- for four . weeks that ihe
has been preyented from making
Oni. X LT:V A UU 411 A lib! L II-O
o?nl? I'LTl" I U UirltlL. IVmil III LU o
O;;-,.,.,:-.': . r,v. "7 -rril yaa-fti-n't I xri ltri r ,. i-r . 4 In i rx Is. nKi.n -
'keeping ajid the necessary thipgs you: VilL have, to .Jj
v?nnt-dhfl a hp.frr vnn Ran hfls?i m Th an. t h nnnf inn. -
Bathe the faceaud ,hands..of
persons sick witn , a. t ever. wit n
DARB YS PROPH.yLAU I IO-F LU
ID in a little water . ' It reduces
the fever, allays Irritation jind re
rvives. the patieut wondertuuy
Apply the7 --Fluid to a cut,, sore or
wound . It heals -in halt the time
r quired by ad i ordinary 'liniment.
Take it internal iy tor orampp, co
ic or dysedtary -It ib a marveir
rus; felieviuff remedy . Price 50
cts . per bottle. - Sold by all drug
will Tisft wit.hrvoiivas it-Jias, already -risen- with t.h.'
O man y-recently married eduplesr ; '
5 "Where can we net the nicest Furniture and
g ' House Furnishings at the Lowest Price?' - - -
O I FT II HPI P VfcBI
5 " answer this very important question which counts
most towards making young -married couples happy.
"The Place to get the Nicest Furniture at the
Lowest Price is at GEO. W. WRIGHT'S."
For All Hinds df Hiah Grade Furniture and O
House FornishingSpFor CoffinsCaikets and
Embalmings Call on: ,
I npn w
MM II I 1 1 1 I I
o "THE LEADING FURNITURE DEALER & UNDERTAKER,
Saturday, August; 1 7ih f 1 9 1 2
' We do'nGttiavesales often but when -we do "itV-
M always means something to you;, r . c -: s
- ' " " '-L ' 1 - r i' z -
Note Prices Below.
S2.50 and $2. 25 now fcl.ft)
$2.00 and $1:75 now $1.38
$1.50 aLd $1.39 now ?98
$3 00 Oxfords'" 'Ci,9S
$2,50JUxfords . $ 69
Many other cuts too' numerous 6 mentionV
111 N: Main St Salisbury, N. C.
f 4K . tsOI sK --'8--. vs V
; J.: - .3..-.
' . - i..
Salisbury, ft. G
to this Bohool.
, grounds and ork will, commence
The4arge. new two-story Ke
formedL, parsonage is now being
sealed "up and will soon be done. .
JT Wyatt shipped off another
car-load cf street curbing today.
. , , Will Lyerly has, . gone, to the
mountaius after a load of apples.
Vaaivey, of t Sakwrnill, N,
C, arrived at Faith last night
about 12, o'clock, with the remains
of hs littje daujgXter, Zelma The
, inrment wasin the Baptist
oenoetejy lbere beside his other
The pablto. sohol at Faith will
'tarjt upron October 21st' with P
W Moose, of Cabarrus County, as
jmnaipal and Mies Myrtle Pat
terson, of .Oonaord,' Miss Mary
Lino, of China Grove and Miss
Cora Pleas, of Crescent, as assist
"Milo Kluttz is threshing clover
eed today at' John M'Bost's.
W,e are having some cool rainy
weather here jast now.
Dr Peelet makes a flying trip to
Granite Quarry every ew days to
see his patients over there He
goes in his automobile. Venus.
September 13 Mr and Mrs D
TCTBabcap h'avelnovedT to 8f ay,N.
, vA series of meetings, will begin
. . Bandar in the new Methodist
ohareh a this p!aje and a large
nambdr are expected to attend .
" Dt Jfi vans, who recently
here from C oleem9et has moved
tor Riphfi-jld; N. C.
MissBisi Peeler, the telephone
-girl-who has been sick with ty,
phoid fever, is able to be up ngain.
Mrs Lither Lyerly, wha has
, b0en! sidk with' , typhoid fever, is
able to be up again.
t Misses Ul a and Girtie Melton,
of t)ifid, N. C , wh have been en
"a It wo week s Visit at Concord, N.
Ckspen .Satardav night with
tbe'ir friend, Mrs O A Forrest, of
- this place
Miss Ora Kirk, of near Dowd,
r ''frhd has been spending several
"eeVs, w;th, her sister, Mrs 0 A
Forrest, rsturned home this morn-
A lot of beautiful' granite dost
is now being spread around about
the depot here which makes a fine
Si--aiW.-..if . .....
William Smith.is.haviDg, a well
dug between thwo houses he
bouggt Jfom feeler BfoSraoenliyT
Wiley, Br9wo-Krns com'
c menced work on their big celtic
There wi' I be lots of granite
work done from nbw'on the' bal
.n,oe. iMie yearf;f. f, yus. .
right until thejast of. May or lirst
of June, when, in many cases, the
corn plant was booting for tassel..
At this stage of the growth ot the
plant, the root system has nearly
Mmpleted.its development and
from this time on little cxtenaion
of the cora roots may ba expected
as its energies are thenceforth oc
cupied in produ;ing the ear.
Moisture conditions being opli
.munx up until this period of the
growth, of the plan6, .the grat
bulk of the roots w'ere formed aud
remained in tne first lour inches
of .the a soil. A Now,, the annual
drouth set in. In- many5 cases,
shallow cultivation- was paact sed
faithfully snd it sewind ; that
everything was done to eifset the
effects iif .the. drouth .but in vain;
Tue .;firs$ , six inches of the soil
gradually dried up, thus leu ving
the corn plants sandir g high and
dry in'a bjd of dust or 'dry dirt.
: ' Now, had the corn bean planted
five or six or even seven inches
below the surface of the soil and
covered shallow, the direful effects
ot the drouth would have bean, to
a great extent, eliminated. The
root system would have, started
dep. iu the ground and in contact
with mere lastiug moisture ondi
tions which would have aided ica
mtnsely . in combatting the
To sum up, deep plowing, the
inoorprr.-tion of large amounts of
some cheap form of oTgahlo mat
ter, preferably green manure, deeh
plantitg and cultivation, whiop
must te frtqaent, sballrw and
late, will so far as moisture con
ditions are concerned, produce a
crop of corn in the faae of a 'ay
drouth 'that" ha ever crome iu
We do not pretend that .the!
above or anv other .method will
entirely offset the effects of an
"unusually dry season, but we do
know that this is the bess method
so far discovered, for growing 'a
came fair crop during the dryest sea,-
son, North Carolina has ever
A complete discussion cf this
subjeot may be had from bulle
tin No. 169 entitled "Corn Cul
ture in North Carolina" which
may be had on application to the
state Department oi Agriculture,
Raleigh, N. 0.
f "WHaiag wltA . Wilson- means more
ttaa . a sus" IJembermtle ' Vtcidrr ' it
that people of refinement
and in many cases people
of means are fooled, into
buying the cheapest kind
of pianos at an unreason
ably big .price considering
the grade of the piano,
through the practice of
The time honored firm of
(Ms. ffl. Stieff
hafr never advocated - the
sale of cheap pianos iior al
lowed unbusinessl ike
methods' to enter their busi
hess calculated to mislead
Our motto is to sell
pianos at a price that re
presents actual value and
thereby give the public a
219 South Tryon Street
" CHARLOTTE, N. C.
C: H. WILMOTH, Hgr.
GCubbins & Harrison Co
SntBApadtloa lot anOnarv
Sittmt pouuun lot Standard,
! Howyoueitt at yur sewirg
WE WILL SHOW YOU
Something of vital interei
To Your Health-
Yjp,u,canot,.ackJjoquic V ly injhis
matter, so come today -and
. let us explain
JfJieSit Slrar&M-VSIAN D AR D"
Tb droajh(-' Cehtpal: fieedla Idea
Brovn Shoe Co.,
Cotton Crip Daaiged In.SiDdhill SeetUn.
Southern Pines, gept 11 Har
veit is m progress iu the sand-
nill country, batnot with thef
most enthusiasm What promis-
eaa month ago,.to be an extra uot
ton crop was damased bv tha hot.
dry waite and the yield will be se
u.u sne-noi winaa ggh thagiyes-you
""-w ne me trom -r -positive hesithfal exercise.
the plants and cause disastrous , "
aeaaing . oi tUe laves and the
young bolls. The top crop is ex
Ocrn has hsrdly ever been so
badly fired as this season. The
complaint is almost uniyersal all
crop is also effected. m
-Ia;Pe of the drawback tEe
volume of the crops harvest d
aaW.k I f I 1 . .
W" o large, at tne increase jof,
larm acreage each year is adding
uormpnsjy io .the product, and
P.ro8.pe7.wjl! be.fairly acquaint.'
ed with this section. "
Southern 'Pines has boqght a 1
pair of bloodhounds for detective
emoe in 'town.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT, transacts a general
.real estate business.
LOAN DEPARTMENT, loans funds for clients so as
to net the investor six percent, remits interest
semi-anuually aud guarantees interest, principal,
and the title to the property upon which the fund
is loaned. .
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT, represents old line
companies m life, fire, casualty insurance, and
RENTAL DEPARTMENT, collects ren ts on proper
ties makes returns, and looks after the general
upkeep of properties for absentee landlords, or
those who do not care to take personal charge.
IlCiibins & Harrison Co.,
T. E Witherspoon E. H, Harrison W. H. HoDson,
Treasurer, President, Secretary.
If you have real estate to seH. Call to see us .
If jou wish to buy real estate, Call to see u.
If you need insurance", either life'orti.re; -Call to see ns ' v
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 sht per cent
for same, and will .examine. titles, make up deeds and mortgages free
of-eost to all parties who-will plaoa their money with us, and we will
pay interest twice a year at bur o'fflce Notary Public in our office to
pivpare all ptpis. We earnestly ask that you cill to see us .wt eji in
the citv an 1 Jearn of our pln3 and methods of baMness. .
Salisbury Realty & Insurance Od
1 22 tin Main St. - A. L. Smoot, Sec- & Treas.
Or. J. Thomas Wright
..SPECIALIST II GHROHIC DISEASE
Sky Scraper, 3rd Floor,
' Salisbury, N , (J. -
Equipment includes Static Electri
city, X-ray, Therapentic Lights,
Eleetrie Vibrator, Vacum Tubes.
i apor Bath. Opera'ing Ontfi t, ?.
and Trust Go.
Salisbury. N. C.
. S&X.V TO .0 1URP. H0TJ9B -
Will pay you 4 per cent on
your deposits and compound
the interest quarterly.
" This is a Big Bank, why not
opeii an account with us
- . - -
q until you haTe seen our complete
stock of i (f)fing. We can
j save you morjEY.
Agents for Barretts famous
O O 0 O O O OOO OOOOIO OO 0 OOQ QODP O 0
THAN A NOVEL
wrote the most interesting, story of the
American teo pie ever written;. It is a
story of our country's life "ffom earlie&t
times to the point where history and the -present
meet. t y rite for fullpart'culars.'
Near Tassenger Depot,
. . .
Phone 8, Salisbury, N. C.
Salisbury, N. .C.
7;rr secfaT Demonstrators - ;
The Straight and Carved LinesV
I I 4L3. H.: -1:1 T AW.
PIOPIES NATIONAL BANK-
' gAUSBUBYj -N. C. "
Does a General Ban tin
We pay 4 pT cent on time de-1
1 dob Us. lnteresj paiut vmy
OVER 65 YEARS'
Prompt a tentiou. given to any
business entrusted to us. . ;
Your business solicited.
Peoples' National Bank.
Johh S. Hkndbbsok? jJ:Nobwood
- president. - - - cashier.
L, D. Gaskili., ' W. T. Busbt,. .,
v.-prestdent. asst. cashier
' V - VEXPERI ENCE '
a 1 .
' Trade Marks
"V Copyrights ac."
Anyn6 sending a sketrt and description may
flnlokly aseeruiiu oiiroirtiiion free-whethet an
invention Is probably patentable. Cominonlea.
tions BtrietlycanlldeiitiaL HANDBOOK on Patuta
serit free. OMost aeenpy. for sccunnp patents
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
special notice, without chareo, Ut tba . .-
VAWTED-A R3BER AGEfJT
J! CHJ?.w,,i?d fflst fotactea'naesfebit'a sarritla Latest Model
" Raneer -btcxcle furnished hv m i inr giKiTiii.i.k. .
. , . r . v mevuMvibiJ WU. V UC 11 ' IIK
toPPeyjMVL- fTrinMfulllHtnuuUrindthttUlofirkloHei?'- " - aa t
no MOMET' REQUIRED until roa receive and aDorov of your
bicycle. We ship to anyone anywhere in the U. 8. kcithouf a tmt i.to.tt
inviw-ce,'''w'fr,l?!'',Ildallow TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL, during
t,1 ?2U may rldejfhe blcyck. and put it to anx test you wish.
It you-are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to keerrthe
FACTORY PRICES Jlein,rn,sl1 iibest-ie bfcyi4 it is
rTiV.V Possible to make at onemall proflt.above
actual factory cost. You save $10 to $25 aaiddlemen's profits by buy
ing direct of us and ha v the mirmrMtnw .n... w,v, 5
bicycle.- OO NOT BuV . hiT
true untilyou receJ,Yexiuratalo&ues and learnrour unheard of factory
&Zl&$3,?7arf2.lJtZ!?i''f'n rider agenta. "
IQII IiiLl BE ASTONISHED rbfnJ??ttTOo,,r,nrbeMful ctiotae
Jultw low vrlcea wecftiundmvMi h la ia- ,h . n i. . i . ... , . .
rrrtpr,i!oH fhD J,' : luuwyuiwaiuuuDW our prices.
fZtLEliPJllfA haiid blcyctea' tat nTO.l.y hare
ranging m to 310. bargain tlHtSlil4 led frco.- ---J ' -r . ,
C U A S T E R B R A K E S .'ta?,e Imported rorohaln iWplala, parts, replr and
mt' mil -.X9
moo ledgethorn Puncture-Proof $
i 11 . w , .
l 1 3 n regular retotr friceeftheii tlreiUS?
$10.00 per pair, tut to introduce int&
tiH sell you- tampfr taifor$4.80fash-mitberdr$4XS.
nO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES.
NAILS, Tacka.orClasa will not lot tha air out. j
A hundred thousand pairs sold last year-..
n FXnmPTinK- Wade in all sizes. 7l
r"7V, is nyeiy and easy
ridhie. very durable and lined inside with
a special qualityof rubber, which nevecbe
comes porous'and which closes n smsll
punotures.without allowing the air to escape. :
We have hundreds of letters from satisfied customers
stating that their tireshaveonly beenpumued upncs
or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than
an ordinary tire, the puncture resisting qualities "being
given by several layers-of thin, specially prepared
fabric on the tread; The trerular price of these tires
is siy.w per pair, Dutioraavertislns purposes we are
Notice th thfek rubber rf
lopraveni nm cutting, tius
iiraritl otrrUkt Bny otbar
make SOFT, ELASTIC a ad
EASY KlOmtX '
making a special t actoryprice to the rider of only 1.80 per pair. All orders shipped same
dayletter is received. TVe ship C. O, IK on -.approval-. You do not- oa a cent until vou
have examined and found them strictly as represented.
UiVtu noncD . i" . " .rlf0""' BP tpe pncc.BjS per pair If yon send FULL CASH , - -,.--..-;
J . ? P5.?RIul enclose this advertisement.- Vou run no risk in acttding .oa aa order aa tha tires may b. 'i"
returned at OUR espepe fur any reaeoathey are not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable -1 r: i -and
money sent to nsisaSFafeasina bonk. It yo ordera pair of these ttrea. too wlU find-tbat they will ride
earner, run faster. wnr txiu-r lnt Innr.nd tntr nm i ,., j '. w - v. . ,
A handsomely mnstrated ireeHy.
culatlon of any scientific journal.
by ail newsdealers.
Tear: four months, tl.
OOoev 0 V SU VrBbtngtoavA. a - . :
r . . 7 -- Pnncrare-root-rtreBOTiaporTandtrialahSTJertal Introductory
Tr lee qnntea aboror or write for our W Tlra and Simdrr (UiKuiia ahih iriii..j ,. n ..w.
kmdfiof tires at about half the nsnal prices.- ; W-J , r .. - 7 , " " ""'. -4'
5JSi f&nT llrbtl7ltensapostaltoday.: BO HOTTHTNK OFBUYINQabieycledf.palr of