of i nterest to
ALL OF OUR READERS.
A teu per cent, cu in the
S -atbern shops forod tcok. place
Friday and (he others are making
five days in a week and eight
h uca per day. It is-c aid this out
is only temporary.
Congressman R. L. Doughton
spoke at Laudis Saturday and in
the Chestuut Hill School house
Saturday night. He had a big
crowd at Laudis and a fairly gcod
B.i'd crowd at ChcBtnnt Hill.
The brotherhood of St. John's
Lutheran Church have arranged
an interesting program for the
celebration of a Reformation Fee
tival fjr Lext Suutiay. Rev. C.
P. McLaughlin of Concord will
cake an appropriate addrrss.
The many friends of J. R wan
Davis, now of Siatesville, were
glad to sae him in 6be city last
Jim Brown who sjs he escaped
from the Riwan Ct uuty chain
gang Was arrested iu Hickory last
Thursday on a charge of having
broken into a rejtaaraut in Stater,
ville the night befure.
A collection anvnLting to $30
was receutly tat en up at the First
Presbysenan Cnuroa for the Rsd
Cross work in Europe.
Rev Byron Clark, of the First
Presbyterian Cburcb, litt yester
day for Hickory to attend the
session of the North Carolina
Piesbyteriau Synod. The Synod
wiil probabiy adjourn-Friday.
Divid Erwiu and will Gran,
who last weak stole torn pistols
from Lentz's pawn shop on EaBt
Council Street, where they at
tempted to dispose of some pautB
etoUu from J. H. Fraley's plaoe,
were givn a hearing in the county
c urt and were given eighteen
mouths each for the two offenses
Tie new barber shop, in the
old Hail rsideuce corner of Main
and Council, is now ready for!
business and is in charge of M. M.
Clark aid L. N Smith two among
the best barbers of the city.
The Sparks' circa will 9ud it?
sa?"n3 v:rk in 5:mta Cirolira
Monday, November 2 id, and- will
thm com) ti Silisbury and pnt
iu for the winter. The season
closed a few weks earlier this
year owing to lack of baiinets in
M. O Ciuble of the Union
Chnrch neighborhood, was in town
t day and told as that he bad
?om sweet potato vines that ar
b'o mi ig Tois i3 a very rare
occurence and something few peo
p'e have ever seen, N)w Venus
its op to yoa.
A!out one hundred Southern
Riilway freight agents met in
Siliabury Sunday for the narpose
of t-iikiLg b-siaess matters of the
road. They had diauer at the Em
p;reH Nj railroad or other
enterprise need expect to succeed
that unnecusarily attend t c
business on Sunday.
Manny Hatton, white, is in the
sanatorium beiotr treated for a
wound in the head received San
day afternoon when he attempted
to get o i a moving southbcund
freight train at Chestnut Hill
He failed to get a good grip and
fell to the ground, hi head strik
ing a cress tie.
Tae Ladies Aid Society of the
Second Presbyterian Church wil
giv; a silver tea at the home of
W E Lawrence on South Fulton
Street tomorrow afternoon from
The Peoples Fair came , to a
clos Saturday after a vry splen
did week, excepting Friday and
Saturday. Secretary 'James is
still busy adjusting matters and
paying 'ff accounts. The fair
came out about even this year but
it is hoped will do I ett-r next.
V. A. Br .wn of the Salisbury
F Dspffcm'ufc, who attended
t? tfaiioiiil As ciition of Fire
Chiifsi i Nw- Orleans, returned
h ) n S iada7 .
Hin. Whitehead fC'uttz, E q ,
Secret iry of feh Bno.dark- Com
missi !i, it speeding a few dys
her- winh his father and is mak
ing a few epeeches for the Democrats.
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC.drives out
Malaria.enriches the blood, builds up the system.
A true Tonic For adults and children. 60c
RT. M, A Barber of Raleigh,
preaohed in St. John's Episcopal
Federal Court is in session
here this week and Judge James
E . Boyd of Greet sboro is presid
mg. Probably the most interest
ing case to come up daring the
the conrt is that of a man named
Savage who is obarged with white
slavery. This case will probably
be heard tomorrow,
G. W. Isenhour, the brick
manufacturer, says business it
unsually good with him.
Whitehead Klutt, Esq., will
address the voters of China Grove
Township Monday night at "7:80,
in the town hall.
T. G Furr, Esq ., and T. Frank
Hudsm, Etq . will address the
citizens of At well Township at
Furr School House No 2 Monday
night, November 2nd, at 7.80
There was a pleasaut event at
the heme cf Mr. and Mrs. R B.
Ketchie Monday when there war
held at their home on Eist Coun
cil Street a family re-union. AH
the family . was present, a big
dinner was served and alt had a
very enjoyable day. Among
fehose from out of the city were:
Ernest Ketchie, of-Ms. Clair,
Michigan, ' W. L Ketchie of
Macon, Georgia, and George
Ketohie of Charlotte.
A. L. Ltngle, candidate for the
egislatare.; has many calls to
speak. He spoke at Gold Hill
Saturday evening and at night at
McCombs' hall to a large crwd.
The war in Europe has made it
impoBSiblb for the French backers
of the Southern Aluminium Co.,
to get h Id of the ready to cash
to keep their big force at Baden
aud have therefore been forocd to
discontinue, temporarly, the work
W A. Weant, a native of Salis
bury who lives at Mocksville, was
a Salisbury visitor during th fair
Capt. R. R. CraTWford a native
Salisbarian, of Winiston-Salem,
is oa the Democratic ticket of
Forsyth Cmuty for au offioe.
May he succeed.
The fourth quarterly Barsca
Philathea meeting in th) First
Methodist Church Sunday was
quite a aoocess and wai well at'
A monument at the grave of
the late Fred Gobble was unveiled
ia Caastuut Hill Cemetery Sun
day by the Wj-dmen of the
World of Eat Speucer. An in
teresting program was rendered, a
spleudid address was made by
Pastor C. A. G. Thomas and a
good sizid orowd was present to
witness the occasion .
There was a god siz)d snow in
Rileigh Tuesday miming.
The wires sot crossed in the
mechanism of the elevator motor
in the basement of the Wallace
big wholesale dry goods store
early. Tuesday morning and the
fire department was called out
J. Y, Wallace discovered the fire
and turned in the alarm. The
basement fcas a cement floor and
the blaze was not large enough to
reach other flamable material,
consequently did no damage
except to the nutor.
R. L DDUghton and Frank A
Linaey, Demororatio and Repul
lioau candidates for Oongrsss
held a i int debate at Norwood
vestefdav and at New London
I 'r&od on Ellii Street: He was
Knocked on toe car and nis com
panions got a bnpgy and took him
to the Buator;um, bat too late,
be died en route. White and his
companions were making their
way to thfirfhomes in Tennessee
had run oat cf money and were
beating their wiy on freights.
The remains were turned over to
Undertaker Wright and ware pre
pared for shipment. His 1 rother,
W. White, came and took chsrge
of the remains, having them ship
ped to Mtirphresboro, Tenn.,
where the funeral and interment
will take place.
John Joseph Stewart, aged near
ly 47 years, son of John J. Stew
art and wife, Clara Lois Brnner,
died at his home on West Innes
Street at 5:40 Sunday morning,
Mr. Stewart had suffered with a
liver trouble for years and has
bad frequent short and serious at
tacks which he became to regard
more indifference than was pru
dent. Havmg retired Saturday
night he awoke about ten o'clock
aud asktd for some medicine
He was unable to retain it, be
came greatly nauseated ard in his
paroxisms a blood vessel burst on
his brain and caused his death,
notwithstanding the best physi
cians in thb city had rendered all
aid in their power. Tney pro
nounced his death the result oi a
cerebral hemorrhage. His moth
er and otter members of the
family were present at the last.
The news rapidly spread over the
city aud all day friends called to
express their sympathy. The
funeral was held at four o'clock
Monday afternoop from the First
Prr-abyteriau Church of which he
had long been a member. Rev.
Byron Clark officiated and was as
sisted by Revs. C. A. G Thomas
of th First Baptist Church, ai.d
John W. M)ore of the First Meth
odist Church. The interment was
in Chestnut Hill Cemetery beside
hiB father. This was the first
t0 death in a family of ten children
and was a very sad blow to them
all. He leaves a wife and one
child, having mairied Miss Grice
Morton, of Danville, Va , about
sevtn years ago. Mr. Stewart was
a splendid citizen, a capable at
torney. a cojscientious Christian
aud a loyal friend. H was a
descendant of the bes5 families of
this section aad r fl-cted in his
daily life mauy of their good
qualities. H had the esteem and
confidence of his fellow citizens
and no doubt the "Well Done" of
There will be a Halloween party
at 'Meadow Brook" Farm Satur
day night, Ojtobar 81, given by
Miss Retta Howell for the benefit
of the Ladies' Mhsioaery Society
of China Grove. Refreshments
wiil bi served and there will be
amusements for all.- AdmUsion
10 cents. Everybody invited.
Miss Alice, the forty-four year
old daughter of E D. King, a
resident of East Steele Street, died
from the effects of spinal paraly
sis last Wednesday mcrniug. She
was a native of Burlington and
her remains were taken there
where the funeral And interment
took place, -
Rath Butner, the infant daugb
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C.
Hicks, died at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Will Prootsrlast Wed
nesday afternoon, where Mrs.
Hicks was visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Prooter. The remains were
taken to the home of the parents,
Gien Alpine, for interment. '
Harry Brown, the infant son of
Mr. aLd Mrs. L. H. Barger, who
live between Salisbury and Spen
cer, died early Friday morning
from the effaots of spinal menin
gitis. His remaiDB were taken to
Organ Church where the funeral
and interment took place during
the afternoon, Rev. R. R. Sowers,
the pastor officiating, and Rev.
Geo. H. Cox, D, D , of Spencer,
Robert Howard, infant son of
Mr. and Mrs Rjbett Pearson, died
at the home of his parents in
Granite Qaarry Friday moruing.
The funeral and interment tcok
Chas. R., the twenty-three-year
old son of W. T Nash of Spencer,
died at the home of his parents
Saturday morning from the effects
of ptomaiue poisouing. He was
taken ill Thursday night and
though givn every attentiou no
thing could be done to save his
life. His remaius were taken to
Stony Point, Iredell County, for
interment. Mr. Nash was a
splendid young man and had
many friends who will regret
learn of his death.
Ernest A. Inlow, of Harlan,
Iowa, who conducted a ball throw
ing game at the fair grounds last
week, arj83 Satarday morning and
oomplained of feeling bad. He
had arranged to go up town with
a f.iend but decided to go into a
hers stall first. His friend wait
ed for some time ai.d then dt-cided
to investigate his delay. A host
ler pissing saw him and reported
that a dead man a9 in one of the
8alls. He was about dead, was
carried out and placed on some
straw when his wife arrived and
tried to revive him, but he died
immediately. The sherriff and
coroner were summoned, but there
was no evidence of a row or of an a very pretty wadding took
unnatural' death. It is thought 0lace at the First Bantist Church
he had been suffering with rheu-hu Spencer last Thursday evening
matism of the chest and probably wn6a Mi B Alice Mauguerite,
heart trouble by which he had daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J L.
sustained a sudden attack causing Armstrong of Spencer, and Wil
his death. Coroner Bammersett liam H. Womble a business man
called in a number of men and 0f Qlendon. took the vows that
held an iuqiest but no definite made them man and wife. The
decision was reached more than ohmch was beautifully decorated
that the death was probably from and the ceremony was conducted
the effects of heart trouble, lhe h,y Rev, E. L. Carter. After a
remains were shipped to Terre ten days trip the happy couple
Haure, Iud., home of his wife, for wlu make their home at Glendon,
interment. N C.
Virginia Katiena, infant daugh w. K, Benson of Salisbury,
ter of Mr. aud Mrs. E. E. Carr of aud Mrs.Minie Leonard of Lexicg
Asheville, died at the home of her ton were married in Lexington
n.fnt. WriAav Tho remain Jla8t Wednesday. After several
were shipped to Salisbury and the
funeral and interment took place
Sunday afternoon frctn the resi
dence of Mrs. Carr's patents, Mr.
and Mrs. R L Shaver,
Otis Ewers, a blucksmith in the
employ of the Southern Railway,
died at his home on South Lee
Street Sunday night from the ef
fects of tuberculosis. The funer
al was held from his residence
Tuesda-v afternoon and was con
ducted by Rev. M. M. Kinard.
Mr. Ewers came here from Vir
einia. tie leaves a wite and one
Attractive lew R ur' Trp Far s ylaSootb-
ero Railway Account it f pedal Occasion.
To Chicago, III., aoocant Na
tional Dairy Show.. Greatly re
duced fare tickets on sale October
24th. 25th and 26tb, final limit
To Raleigh sccount Colored
State Fair.. Reduoed fare tickets
on sale October 24th to 31st in
clusive, final limit November 2nd.-
To New Orleans, La., account
National Funeral D'reotors Asso
ciation. Great'y reduoed fare
tickets on sale Ootober 24th, 25th
and 265b, final limit N.vember
To Richmond, Va., account
Southern Medical Association.
Tickets on sale November 6 b, 7th
and 8sh, fiual limit November
To Savannah, Ga , account
meeting Daughters of the Confed
eracy, lickets on sale at reduced
rates November 7th to 10th in
clusive, final limit November 20th.
To Atlanta. Ga., aooount Na
tional Womens Christian Temper
ance Union and American Good
Roads Cougress. Greatly reduced
fare tickets on sale from all points
November 7th to 12iih, final limit
November 18th or 23rd, in accord
ance with tariff T.ckets can be
extended by payment of $1.00.
For full and complete infbrma
(ion concerning fares and schedule
from all points call on your local
agent, or R. H. DeButts, D. P. A.
Chalotte, N. C.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General ionic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System, 50 cents.
NeptoWet CajtaeS. .
Last Fridays Record told about
ajiegro couviot who had escaped
from the "Rowan ohain gang being
seen about two miles east of the
town Thursday afternoon. Con
siderable effort was made to catch
the man, and although he was
seen by several, he was not taken.
Friday morning the sheriff was
again notified, of the man's pres
ence, this time in the neighbor
hood of Grace Church, to which
point the sheriff, accompanied by
officers Talbort, Miller and Kri
der. Mr. Krider took his blood
bound along and he soon Lad the
trail of the Negro and ohased him
for a mile or more when the man
hid in a hole. The officers soon
armed and ths dog .was standing
guard. The fellow proved to be
Levi Savage who was on the gang
now lecated near Rockwell aLd
was up for one year for stealing
gods from the Ctapman Clothii g
Store where he was employed. H
made his escape Wednesday after
noon and was returned to his jo'
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Tour druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure ny case of Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in6to 14 days.
TbC first application give Base and Rest. 50c.
The Harris Granite Quarries
at Granite Quarry, has olesed
down temporarily and thus a num
b r of men are cut of employment.
How To Give Quinine To Children.
FEBRILINE is the trade-mark name given to an
improved Quinine. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
There ia no need to suffer the
annoying, excruciating pain of
neuralgia; Sloan's Liniment laid
on gently will soothe the aching
head like magic. Don't delay.
Try it at once. '
Har What Othora Say
"I have been a sufierer with Menralgkt
for several yean and have tried different
Liniments, but Sloan's liniment ia the
best Liniment for Neuralgia on earth.
I have tried it successfully; it has. never
nuea. r. a. rruixamt, Aufwta, ATM.
Mr. Rutk C. ClamoeL Infcoimlhaua-
Mo., rente: "A friend of ours told na
about your Liniment. We have been using
h ior xo years ana uunx were ia nouung
like it. We use it on evervthine. nm.
cuts, burns, bruises, sore throat, headache
and on everything else. We can't get
aiong witnout it. we wing is is toe beet
is the best remedy for rheumatism,
backache, sore throat and sprains.
At all dealers. 25c
Send four cents in stamps for a
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Inc.
Dept. B. Philadelphia, Pa.
Wanted A good man with good
help to farm . Everything fur
nished . Good land to work. A
ann A nlftAA (nr n. ornnrl man Ci fl.
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try I r
it the next time you need Quinine for any pur. Williams, Route 2,8allBbUrT, N.O.
pose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. The I
num. ITVRVTr TVP i. KUnn t. tmHU QC mm.
There is Nothing
days absence in Washington and
Norfolk, they returned here to
make their home.
Hupeless Lung rroobla Cored.
Many recoveries from Lung
Troubles are due to Dr Bell'B
Piue-Tar Honey. It streLgthens
the Lungs, check the Oough and
gives relief at once Mr. W. S.
Wilkitis, Gates; N. G. writet: j
need Dr. B11m Piue-Tar-Honey
in a oase giveu op as hopeless snd
it effeoted a complete cure."
a bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar
that adds so much to your home as
music. A genuine piano or player
piano of the best makes at a low
price and on easy terms.
Should Read the Following
Letter Mrs, black's Storv
About Her Child's Recovery
Is Entirely Reliable. i
Palmyra, Pa. "Three years ago my
little girl had black measles which left
her with a chronic cough and so awfully
thin you could count all her ribs, and sh
Robert Sprin'xle. nearly 81 years coughed so much she had no appetite.
iiuuuiig nc gave iici Beeiljeu TO
old and an electrician in the em
ploy of the Southern Railway,
died at his home between S&lis
bury and Spencer Sunday after
noon from the effects of tubercu
losis of the sniue. His remains
were taket to Piney Churah,
Devidsou Couaty, where the futer-
al and luterment took place Mo
help her at all until one day Mrs. Neibert
told me how much good Vinol had done
her little girl, so I decided to try it for
my little one, and it has done her so much
eood she is hungry all the tim hor i
cough is gone, she is stouter and more
healthy in color and this is the first win
ter she has been able to play out in the
snow, coasting and snow-balling without
any ill effects." Mrs. Alfred Slack,
We know Vinol will build up your
little ones and make them he&fthv.
strong and robust, therefore we ask
This announcement will interest a great many
people. The piano and player piano are becom
ing more popular daily. More and more people
want a piano.
You have perhaps hesitated to give your home
a piano, as you did not feel able to pay the price
for a good one, and did not want to purchase the
cheap ones so extensively advertised. So you are
one of those who will be interested in getting a
genuine piano or player at the price of a cheap one.
We and the manufacturers guarantee every
piano that we sell to be a better piano than you
can get at most places for from seventy-five to one
hundred dollars more. All pianos sold uner a
contract to stay as they are when sold and to be
4tept in tune Iree of charge for five years.
Call, 'phone or write for free information and
Uy Tinrpnt nf AVPrv frail anil niftl nMA
I'- ' J VU11U
in this vicinity to try a bottle of Vinol, !
. I UU1 WW 'IIV. A&VU ' WJiliVi
vjrao tnrea oompttuiuua, sj uu a without oil
bound freight train as it was lear-
EUney. If your oough is dry and ing the city Monday 'afternoon
ha.kingletit trickle down your
throat, you will surely get relief.
Only 25o. fct your Druggist.
and had jut stood up on the car
when his head struck Shober's
bridge, which crosies the rail-
If we can induce you to try a bottle
of Vinol as a body-builder and strength
creator for your child, and you do not
find it is all we claim, we will return
your money on demand.
Smith Drug Co.,
Salisbury, N4 C.
SALISBURY, N. C.