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nliiTvWfiFOnillEHCE'' ' Ifcd'atot : know" the-edge cwas
,w,Vr:y : f lbarp. -There are men ho
Seat iii ft! OirFrisalt
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ticles not signed by the autn
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' PUMPKIN CENTER.
September 21.-The farmers of
Pumpkin Center 'treftbont through
making fodder and tops .
Ijimont ShVVer, who has been
iok with typhoid fever, is rapidly
improrittg we;are glaor to note.
W 0 Lisk has 'purchased a fine
Qirla look outl Walter Lisk
has purchased a new buggy.
Bobe Glover waa found dead in
hit house near Biobfield Wednes
day evening and was buried in the
Piney WpodB cemetery Thutsday
L. O. Ritchie, our rural mail
carrier, made his first successful
round f riff on his motorbycle
The new church at Piney Woods
is nearing completion.
A W Shaver has rented out his
farm and will move to Salisbury
in thFnear future. "
We hope Ho "report a wedding
soon as Ohal Whitlev goes up the
road quite often. He has aiso
rented the farm belonging to A
The old ohuroh property of Pi
ney WooHs will be aold to the
highest bidder on the 16th day of
Jonah Stokes has purchased a
' new buggy and Barlie Shaver has
purchased one also.
Luther Basinger is moving onto
a farm below Piney Woods.
Neely Lisk and family of Salis
bury are visiting home folks at
Some time ago I stated that the
infant of Howell Parker was bur
ied. The publisher stated that
the editors and some of the peo
ple wouid like to know why it was
buried and asked if it died or was
Just in the way. I did not know
it the time but inquired later and
learned that it did not die but was
lom dead. We hope the pwple
"will not think that we are so in
human as to bury babies. Bill .
Of course no one supposed the
tsood people of Pumpkin- Center
would bury a ohild unless it was
dead,, but as our correspondence
often leave off such very . impor
tant information, the fact that it
4ie3, cuse of death, etc., that
the editor took that course to call
attention to the ridiculousness of
the bare statement 'they buried
Mr. Bb baby yesterday'
WHERE DID COLUMBUS
. All the people who read
know that this country has
:had a war with Spain, that
yre sent soldiers and sailors
to Cuba and that our wars
Bhipa-sank the Spanish war
ships on the Southern coast
Cuba near Santiago. That
among , these warships was
Admiral Cervera's flagship,
the Maria Teresa. This gov
Jernment desired to raise this
flagship and succeeded. After
he was raised she was to
come north, be repaired and
padded to our fleet of war
hips. After she left Cuba
She, encountered a severe
?fitorin and was wrecked on
Cat Island. It is claimed by
faome that this Is the island
hich Columbus first sighted
in October, 1492, over four
hundred years ago; We do
Cliot know positively that this
vis so, but most of those who
. ; ;have studied his first voyage,
- the charts and-all that were
written by Columbus "and
those who were with him or
who wrote immediately after
about this thrilling voyage
'believe that Cat Island was
'the land first sighted by
:olumbus. Columbus Point
fat the south-east end of Cat
Island is said to be the first
) land on Which Columbus
! stood on this continent He
: describes the natiyes as com
.fihg in swarms down- to his
(boats and tells us that their
! affections were ffained hv
j giving them red caps, .strings
W- WUOUO OUUV.UU1C1 t: tl IJU.OS,
: After this thenatives, he
'.tells us, swam out' to his
!ve9sel with allrkinds'of cif ts.
They knew nothing of swords
iOr any fightififf tool. Colum
:h fans 'said thev cat themsel trek
the g words T)5caa8ethey
Inland, vasMhe' ielandon
which Columbus landed.- -It
probably neverwill be decide
V&.Jtttt where;. Columbus
hffeS lded, but that .'it i was
ok ad Viand is certain?- r
The Old Widower.
Adenoids tnd Larga Tonsils.
Whea your child is two- years
old and the teeth have nail ome
iu, look; at its nose:
Does its nose run? : Is it sore ?J
Does the child snnme , mucnr
Does it have fever sorej or eczema
around its nose and month? Are
the eyes red? Is it dull? -Does
it stand and look at you with, jts
mcuth open? . Does it put its
hand to its head as if it had ear
ache? Does your child sleep with
its mouth open? r Does it snore?
If your child does any of these
things it is a mouth breather. Take
it to your doctor and ask him if
it has adenoids or large tonsils
Mouth breathing in children is
nearly always caused by adenoids.
Adenoids should always be remov
Children with adenoids often
have earache. Notice if your
child complains of earache, and
whether a little matter does not
come from his ear. Does he hear
well? Don't always blame . him
if he is slow, perhaps he is deaf.
Earache often means that tte
child has adenoids. " Adenoids
should be removed.- Earache al
ways means that the child is in
dantrer of setting deaf . Earache
always means that the ohild is iu
danger of getting a-running ear
A- running ear is always dat ger-
oas, for the child may get brain
fever from it. A runmns: ear
should always be treated by an
ear doctor. It will not get well
without good care, And . it may
make the child deaf, Bulletin.
Oier $100,000 Lost is WiioiogtOB Fires
Wilmington, Sept. 27. Fin
believed to be of incendiary ori
gin, early this morning destroy
the large fertilizer plant of Pear
Ball & Co., in East Wilmington
entailing a loss of up yards o
f lUU.uyu and 4l,uuu insurance
The plant was . -situated out o
reach of the Wilmington
Department, and assistance of
firemen was not sought.
Abdut the same hour a fire
raging in the city, just across
river from Dock Street, when th
naval stores plant of the Georg
L. Morton Company was
stroyed. It is said thatthere
no insurance on the plant and
loss will be about $8,000. Th
origin is unknown.
Fills From Window Without Injury
Winston-Salem, Sept. 27. Th
six-year.old daughter of Mrs. An
nie Phillips, of this city fell from
the second story window of
Alspsugh building on Libert)
Street about noon today, and iter
escape from death is regarded
miraculous by the attending pny
sician and those who witnessed th
accident. A colored, man hap-
penad to be passing at the time
and the child fell on his should
thos breaking the fall and saving
hflT llfa Kn Krtnon a
- mm my f VWUa Vf Dl V J k U&OiJ
fo Hat tor tus Funeral
The a Dior ad people of Lilesvil!"
Uownship, and perhaps other sec
tions of the county, have a com
mendable custom of taking np
collections at funerals of msmbrp
of their race to help pay the turi-
1 expenses. Monev taiaed m
this way comes in very well, as
few members of the race are able
to stand the expenses ot protract
ed illness and death in their fami
ly. Wadesboro Messanger. and
Boys! read about the contest.
fotice td; Koo-Resldeot:
North Carolina, ) In Superior Court,
Rowan County r J Noyember term, 1912
O. W. Fink, ) : r .
vs. NOTICE. '
Lillie F. Fink, ) i " 1
The defendant, Lillie F. Fink, will
take notice that the plaintiff, C. W
Fink, in the above entitl. action, has
commenced said action against her for
the purpose of being divorced from
the bonds of matrimony "upon- th3
ground of adultery , and that he is
hereby required to appear at Novem
ber lerm, 1912. of Rowan Superior:
Pi?"?'' whioh convenes on - November
the 18th, 19J2, and answer or demur to
the complaint of plaintiff which will
be filled within the first three'dayg of
said Conrt, or the jelief demanded by -'t
vub piamtiu wm oe granted. : : . i ? - !
Thia Sept. 24, 1912, - - I -
J. F. McOpbbihs. " --
Clerk Saperior Oourt-
Vx$IO& Reward, $100 r-TC
The readers cf 1 ibis paper - will
be pleased to learn that' there is
at leas one dreaded disease 4hat
science has been able" to'-cure dn
all its stages,- and that ib Catarrh.
Hail's Catarrh 'Cure-: ir thonly
pot itive cure now known to - the
medicals fraternity, CUtarrhs be
ing a constitutional disease re-
qairas a constitutional treatment."
Hall's Catarrh Care is -taken in-
ternally acting "directly upon, the
blood and nraeaus surfaces of the
system. , thereby - destroying the
foundation ..jot the- disease. : and
giving: the patient strength . by
building up theconstttutiou and
assisting nature in ddmg its
work . The proprietors - have so
much faith in its curative powers
;hat they offer One-Hundred DoK
ars for any'case that . it fails to
Aure Bend tor list ot testimonials.
AddreBa. F.f J . CHENEY & CO. ,
Sold by Druggists, 75 ).
Take Hall'a Family. Pills for
coustipation . 'w -
. Ho t&: Creditors. :
Having qualiffed as-administrator of
the estate or Emma J. Marks, this : la
to notify aUfiiersona having claims
against the said deceden,t to. file an
texniseu. vennea statements of same
with the undersigned on or before the
23rd day rot September; 1913, or th'g
notice will oe pleaded in Dar or their
recovery, rersons indented to said
estate are notified; to' make prompt
settlement. . '.v' i:----,
This 23rd day of 8eptember,1912.
J. D. FRssze,
Admir. of Mrs. Emma. L. Marks,
John L. Rendleman, attorney t 7
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
Chas ffl. Stiefl
has never advocated- the
sale of cheap pianos nor al
lowed unbusiness-l ike
methods to enter their busi
ness 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, rgr.
How you sit at your sewing
WE WILL SHOW YOU
Something: of vital interest
To Your Health.
Vou cannot act too quicVly in this
matter, so - come -today and
- fc; let u s explain ;
The Sit Straight mSTAHOARD"
Central Needle Idea
A sewing machine. that gives you
positive healthful exercise.
-. - Saliebnry, N. G.
The Straight and Curved Lines,
q AMLKjUU AnhlvlAHHlbU
fic O -You will certainly begin to think about House )z
nn rih a act Hfnr -vnTls f.an
-twill arise with you as' it has already risen -with the O
many recently married coju pies: -z r 'Cz -O
jz : "Where can we get the
g llouso Furnishings at
-LET US HELP VOU f-
2 iA answer this very -important question' whichl'counts
O . most towards. ma'kincr .vouncr, married "couDlea hannv. -
.comfortable. and contented with married life: ' r ' - -
"The Place to get the Nicest Furniture at the
Lowest Price is at GEO. Y. WRIGHT'S." :
For All Kinds of High Grade Furniture and
llnusn Funnishinas. Fan Coffins Cakets' and
O Embalming, Call on :
- M : . : ' II II
; THE LEA 01 N 6 FU R N ITU RED
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-annually and guarantees interest, principal,
. and the title to the. property upon which the fund
is loaned. -
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT, represents old line I
companies m lite, fire, casualty insurance, and
" contract bonds.
RENTAL DEPARTMENT, collects rents on proper
tie, maks returns, and looks after the general
upkeep of properties for absentee landlords, or
those who do not care to take personal charge.
T. E Wiiherspoon E. H. Harrison ' W. H, Hobson,
Treasurer, - President, Secretary,
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I COVER YQfe ROOF I
until you hae seen our complete
stock of roofings. We can
SAVE YOU IVJOrJEY.
Agents for Barretts famous
'Phone 8, Z
p(oMs national nkS
Does a General Ranking Z
Ve pay 4 pJT cent on time : de?
posits. . Interest payable every
threw, mouths . .... tBM:7i0""i:
Prompt'a?teution given to jihy
business entrusted -to nn . .-.. ?,
"Your business solicited, -
Peoples' National Bank.
John S. Hkkdbbson, Ji DNokwood, '
- - . , president. , - - cashier
L.D. Gi.8KiuL, . , . . W. T; fiorssr -;
V.-presideat. asst. cashier.
hftffi n . r5-Th n - th ft n n nati nr" - O
Nicest. Furniture and ,
the Lowest Price?" - g
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EALER & UNDERTAKER,
Salisbury Ni G.
OVER 65 YEARS'
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quietly ascertain our opinion free whether 0
. invetilinn fa prnhnbl patenf nhle. Commtifilea- -lions
strictly conOdentlaL HANDBOOK on Patent -sent
free. Oldest aroncy for Becuring; patent. -
Patents taken tbrouvh Mann tt Co. receire -.
tptcial notice, without charge, lathe .- - t - "
A handsomely ninstrated weekly. TAnrest eb .,
eolation of any sctentuio lonrnal. Terms, $3
year : four months, SI. Sold by all newsdealers.
uUKIl & Co 36iednr,fiew York
. AtiTon eonrtliiir a eketrli and description mav
u iiiiii 1
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H Saturday, Auguot 17th, 1912 H
. -We do nothave sales
hja - always means something,
Note Prices. BeIow.
$2 .50 and $2.25 now $1.70. $3.50 Oxfords.. .-$2 69
$2.00and $1.75 now $1.38 $3 0 Oxfords $L98
$1.50 and $1.39 now - T98 $2.50 Oxfords - $1.69'
. Many other cuts too
Bell Shoe Store,
ill N. Main StSalisbury, N. C.
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arvkw i ik-!N f t0- rr: W m
J. S. McCpBBrirSj Pres.'
A. L. S&oot, Sec Treas.
SALISBURY REALTY & INSURANCE CO.
,122 N. Main St. 'Phone 258. Salisbury. N. C
Reorganized and Consolidated
.The undersigned whir were cSnnicted with two other firm'have now
reorganized ao J Aona jlidited ' their bajineas Interests so as to ofifer
greater advantages to their man? customers.
If 701 w mt t a bay or sell RK A.U E iV ATE . nan ihow you desirable
p'aces tht will mik y m a nijj homjor py yoa 10 pjr cent to 15 per
centon investtn int: prwr wtlthayor sell far you any bargains you have
to. offer. . ... ; : -. 1 - . :.
We loan MONEY and if you have any that is not paying you 6 per
cent or mre. we can loan it on'8rod Real Eitate, first mjrtjragi and
guar intee loan and 6 per cent interest net .
We write all lines of insurance and rent houses.
When interested in our line don't fail to see ua.- ;
Dr. J. Thomas Wright,
SPECIALISTIH CHROMIC DISEASES.'
Sky Scraper, 3rd Floor,
Salisbury, N. C.
Equipment includes Static Electri
city, X-ray, Therapentic Lights,
Electric Vibrator, Vacum Tubes,
Vapor Bath, Operaing Outfit, e.
THAN A NOVEL
wrote the most interesting etory of the
American People ever written. It is a .
story of onr country's life from earliest
times to the point where history, and the
present meet. Write for full particulars.
UAfJTED-A RIDER AGEUT
VcE55S1W''ia23?1;orideand exhibit a sample Latest Model
, "wr- wxujrcrexurxuaueu uy vs. uur agentaeverirwriftrw tra mtirini
rAUIUKT f KICcS
" "TV "yfc
actual factorv cost.
kii . u - n ,
inse direct of and hum
tnt until yoa receive
UllJTUD. ' WW nW I BUT
ieveiK tbanany otherfaotory Weareaatlsfled wlth1.90 profltabove factory cost.
53S515 fhHSS: " "ellHr Wcycl under ,oarn namaplataatdoaM onr prioa.
jHilff Mow nttc m n.ti mnt
CO A STt R-BRAKE SXt
a ft regular rttail price of these tirtt ar.
' - - i -'s' f sraas aw ws . Rf
.riMii.ii, Tacs, orcira will not let the air oat.
A hundred thousand pairs sold last year -
Wfwr. 3 11 J 1 - 1 - .v
a special Quality of rubber, which never rxv-
eomes porous and Which rinses nn cm.ill
punctures without allowing the air to
We have hundreds of letters from Kn.t.isfii
statin? that their tires haveonly been pumped
or twice. in a wnoie season. 'x aey weiffn no
an prujnary tire, ine puncture resisun? qu aliwes
iif.9)alaciQr?rPri H,1" rider of
day letter is received.' wa shin C O. r. in
rJ5 aahi'i'ita? '?itriid b ur Chicago retaU gtoxes. These we
fromtof3or(M0. Descriptive lrj:tn iisU mailed free.
i ii ii i
i.MT.TU'nr-cfl ";" ot cent (thereby malting tfaecrlca84.Bg pgr plrt if7. tVlA. tUVUt ' '
?L,.?,'?jF.?and enclose this dvertiaement. You rua ao risk ln slnf antss tea tinTmrc 'i
Ser. run faster, wear better, last longer and look Uocr
Wa know that von -win ha no weii mai tKhm
To tosend nas trial orderstonee: hence this remakable
IF YOU NEED TIRESt&ZS!" -
aly oasts a postal to team everything.: Wrltnlt WOW. MTOiteiiiflg.f.rtlwMlI
often, but when we do it R.
numerous to mention.
W. O, Maupi, In u'rahcaDept.
; F MoGubbikb, Real Estate.
and Trust Go.
Salisbury, N. C.
NBXr to ocJRf Hioaa .
Will pay you 4 per cent on
your deposits and compound
the interest quarterly.
This is a Big Bank, why not
open an account with us?
New York- 2
2 Vj p? Jr 0 luly w anyone anywnere in the Us B. toithoot a tent J.wk
i3&Z$'??'MQ'fia'i?wT,EM OAYS' FREE TRIAL durinf
T.f nyrie the bicycle and put it to any test yoa wisti,
w4nXiTSWS0lperf?:tly tisfied or do not wish to keep tbi
bicycle ship 1 1 rmck to us at pur pense and ru wM ..1 ( cntT
w ''uu i)yn)io ui rutv
2ve f?,"1!?11 t1? Wsnest grade bicycles it U
DOSSible to malm ot nnn cmaH-rrmfifc fthnva
You save fto to S23 middlemen's profits by buy-
Z . "..uunvut a guarantee ucumi
t.ha n o n n r .t vi.i
onr catalogues and learn our unheard of an
H. ri1PVJIA a . 9 . ...
ftll lull i vfferw iaj riUVr Igflnlk
DU IlILL BE ASTONISHED wbfDL??a receive ouVbeantlfiri catalofna
ai ki mi i i j. . ...
JiSiS? L'f. but aaaalty bar.
ciear oui prompuyat prices
imoortvd rotlr 4taf m um! saslsls. Twai-f nimiM auuf
enuwan j jg rpytttar rooii price
Puncture-Proof 5 n 80
cm ihm ffilek nibhsXHIrawf
and "D"als rim trfp "H'
to.prvnt rim eutting. TW
tire will outlast any. othef
only $t.80pwDatr. All orders shipped same' '
nnmn v., ni- . . IJvtv 'Irv;. .
wn a m
thao any tlreVoS hoeriia?fifi3lJL2?
r,.r .rn,le,i oraeenatany prte. -,.
I tiraVi'v" "? wlu MyowoMee. .We waai v