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Salisbury, N. 0., June, 7 '16.
Filed in Iredell anil Bra as
Lawyer McLeughlin of Stateiille Records
$6,000,000 for Executors Louis Cibot.
tStatesville, June 5. The larg
est bond evar filed in this count)
ii one for $6,000,000, which hat
juak been placed by Attorney R
B. MoLaughlia for the executors
of Louis Cabot, a millionaire bank
er of Boston, Mass., who owned
coniiderable property in this anc
Mr. Cabot, who was well knowi:
to many Iredell people, died at
hii home in Boston a short tim
ago, leaving an estate which runt
into millions. The exeoutoft
named in his will were required t
give a $6,000,000 bocd for the
faithful disoharge of their trust ii
disposing of the large estate, auti
on account of the deceased own
ing land in this county the will
acoompanied by the big bond, i
being probated here. Mr. Mc
Laughlin will take the will and
bond to Salisbury this week for
probation in Rowen County.
Mr. Cabot has owned a hunting
lodge at E'mw.od, this county
since 1886, and owned large tracts
of land in the Elmwood section,
some of which is across the line it
Rowan County .
To secure a large hunting pre
serve he paid the taxes on much
of the land in ChambersburgTown
ship for the hunting privilege. He
spent a month or two of every
Winter at his lodge hunting quail
on his large preserve. A few years
ago he suffered a broken leg and
ince that time he did his hunting
on horseback, tiding from field to
field with his dogs and shooting
the birds from his trained hone.
He was past eighty years old.
There i a nothing significant
about Mr. Cabct's will, no local
people being beneficiaries. Tht
bulk of his large estate goes to
relatives in the North.
$ioe Reward, $ioo.
The readeri of thii paper wili
be pleased to learn that there is
at least one dreaded disease that
science has been able to cure in
all its stages and that is Catarrb.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive oure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh be
ing a constitutional disease, .re
quires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting dirsotly upon the
blood and muoous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying, the
foundation of the disease, and
giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its wcrk.
The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that
they ofer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials:
Addresi: F, J. CHENNY & CO.,
Toledo, O. !
Sold by all Druggists, 75c .
Take Hall's Family Pills Jot
Flowers Flees Following. Sad Durham
Lumberton. June 4. The wo
man shot in Durham yesterday,
as reported in this morning's pa
pers, is said here to have been a
single woman named Taylor, while
the man Flowers, whose wife she
is reported to have been, is said to
have a wife and children residing
here. The woman killed is re
ported to have left here last Mon
day. Both parties came of good
Durham, June 4 Mystery sur
rounding the horrible tragedy that
ocourred here Saturday morning
cleared up tonight when telephone
calls from Lumberton and North'
Wiikesboro explained identity of
both Don Anderson, the man who
probably fatally wounded Lottie
Taylor of Lumberton, and killed
Telephone messages said that
the wounded girl is not married
and has a sister living in Lumber
ton. Also that W. B. Flowers,
the man who posed as her hus
band, has a wife and two children
in that town. It was said by the
Tinmhflrtnn nffinnra that the ffirl
Lead of Bickett Exceeds 25,000.
Raleigh,' June 5 Attorney
General T. W. Bickett was nomi
nated in the Statewide legalized
primary of Saturday as the Demo
cratic candidate for Governor b,
about 25 000 majority over Liau
tenant Governor E. L Daught
For attorney Gereral the ii.di
oations art) that Judge J. S . Mai
ning of Wake hs bee!1. um?Dated
For the other State officers all th
incumbents, all Democrats, hav
been re nominated .
Majority Leader Claude Kitcb
in carries every county in th
Second Congressional district, hi
majority over Clingman W.
Mitchell of Bertie beiug abou
7,000. Congressman H. L. Godwin ii
she ijixth distriot will have tc g
into a second primary with J. A
Brown of Columbus. In tb(
Seventh, Lee D. Robinson cf An
son has a big lead over U. L.
Spence of Mour.e, bat it will taki
a second primary to decide. Ii
the Tenth district Zebulon V.
Weaver of Asheviiie is the Demo
cratic nominee, having received k
majority over his three apponeuts
Bad to Have a Cold Hacg On.
Don't ht v'our cold hang on
rack your system and becom
shrouic when Dr Bell's Piua Tar
Honey will help you. It heah
she iufiamation, soothes the euugl
And loosens the ubhgm Yot
breathe easier at ouce. Dr Be 11
PineTar-Hciiey is a laxative Tai
Syrup, the pii.e tar lalsaru heal'
she raw epjts looses thn muoou
md vieventi irritation ot tin
rouchial tnbe? Jost get h boi
sla of D . Ball's Pi e'iar-H nev
6dav, vt eu?rant-ed tc h it yen.
President Wilson ai Biases of Conf derates
Washington, June 4 Pxceidnni
Wilson attended the memo ia
exercises held in (he Confederate
seotion o f Arlington National
Cemetery today but did not speak.
His appearance was unexpected
as he had previously announced
that he would be unable to attend
He w8s enthusiastically received
by a large crowd of Southerners.
The exercises were impressive ii
their simplicity . Senate Varda
man, orator of the occcsicn, paid
tribute to the Condederate soldier
and the S9lf-sacrificing women of
the South. Defending the right
of the Southern States tc secedf
he declared the answer to tht
question Is it well that the Con
federao? failed?" rested with th6
future and the way the general
Government used iB power. He
said be would rather be a free
citizen of a Democracy likeSwits
rlaud than "the slave of a mili
tarism such as Germany."
Baptists Meet, June 25 at Wrightsviile
Raleigh, June 5 Baptists of
tbe State are looking forwsid with
keen interest to tbe opening cf
the Baptist's Seaside Assembly tt
Wrightsviile Beach Jq; e 25 to
ooutinue to July 2 and be devoted
to National doctrines and fdvai.o
ed methods cf Cbaich work. E.
L. Middleton, secretary of the As
sembly, is stirring up interest anc
has gotten out quite a hand-ome
program iu booklet, form, it beiu
Some Have to Keep on Until
They Almost Drop. How
Mrs. Conley Got Help.
Here is a letter from a woman who
had to work, but was too weak and suf
fered too much t6 continue How she
regained health :
Frankfort, Ky.-"I suffered so much
with female weakness that I could not
do my own work,
had to hire it done.
I heard so much
about Lydia E. Pink
Compound that I
tried it. I took three
bottles and I found
it to be all you
claim. Now I feel as
well as ever I did and
am able to do all my
Own Work acsin T
recommend it to any woman suffering
from female weakness. You may pub
lish my letter if you wish. "Mrs. James
Conley, 516 St. Clair St.,Frankfort,Ky.
No woman suffering from any form of
female troubles should lose hope until
she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound a fair trial.
This famous remedy, the medicinal
ingredients of which ATP HpH VOfl -Frrun
native roots and herbs, has for forty !
years proved to be a most valuable tonic
and invigoratorof the female organism.
All women are invited to write
to the Lydia E. Pinkham MpHi.
cine Co., Lynn. Mass.. for snArini 1
Mti Quinine That Does Hn After t The V
iSCP.use of its tonic and laxative eifet,
1IVJ5 BROMO QUININE is better than ordirsr?
Quinine and does not cause nervousness uo
ai5 sc. acK i. s.?Eiriiirer tne iuu name aot
Quickest train Memphis to Dallas;
Cotton Belt Route all the way; no
change of cars. Leaves Memphis 10:10
the only line . XT . p
operating solid morning, Pt. Worth 1:25 p. m.
through trains CottonBeltRoi:temornmgtraintoTejras,leavesMcmph!S
from Memphis 9:40 a. m. Trains from Southeast connect at Memphis.
to Texas. Low fares to Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma
H. H. Sutton, District Passenger Agei t, 109 West 9th St., Chattanooga, Tenn.
HOW ARE YOU HANDLING HAY?
Save the work cf two or three men
quicker by using Hay Unloading
They soon pay for themselves
MYERS HAY TOOLS, on exhibition
FAREtl POWER COfiflPAEyY,
(Near Grimes' Mill )
30,000 workmen in the Ford factory at Detroit,
each man concentrating on bis particular job,
Tbe most improved working conditions, good pay
for reasonable hours and a well-balancf'Tl organi
zation. These are reasons vhy Ford cais lt-ad.
Exce'fsnce, strength and the spirit of service are
built into them. Touring car $440; Runabout
390; Coiipelet 590; Town car 640; Hedan 740.
All prices f. o. b. Detroit. Ou display and sale at
ROUZER GARAGE CO.,.
S&ffebury and China Grove, N. C.
J 8 A.
$15,000 stock of high
grade shoes and oxfords
to be completely
by low prices.
REMARKABLE VALUES Id Ail LINES. "
Ladies'; Shoes and Oxfords,
for 9Sc in the $2 &
Men's Shoes and Oxfords,
Remember the Date
Brown Shoe Co.,
North Main St., Salisbury, N. C.
Loan od Real Estate Secur
John L Rend't-man, at'
Salisbur?, N 0
and put your hay
and carried in ?tockat
North Church Street.
Sheer Colored and White Goods.
Colored Lawn 5c Pep Yard.
Nice Bf-lecbinii t f Cfioied Isnxe,
rf My patterns, sama quality
of lawn that wo eo!d last vear
st ti'ie pric. No advance price
while it lasts. 5C yd,
Colored Lawn, 10c Per Yard
Alsi sam qnalitv of law: eb wo
sold last year, bnt new g ods
At same price as last year, tOc yd.
Colored yoile, 18c and 25c,
Big SFleotiou of preUy new, this
season's style in colored v -at
38-in wide. Price 18cand25c.
Apron Gingham, 5c Per Yard.
Ones again for Saturday a d
Monday Domiu apron gjosr
bam woith 80, Today in short
lei:gths. Special, 5cyd.
DresB style gingham, f-r 7 1-2c yd.
Ysrd wide 10c and 12c j ght
oolr d peroall, in nhvt !fen?tbs 6$C yd
Don't Trade with us We both Loose,
Salisbury, N. C.
See the Large Assortment of Wash
B Suits for the Little Fellows' Gomfort
H p Will buy one of the prettiest lit- Cfn
U tie summer Hats, cloth & straw Jj j "
raw G3aits for Men
vf. mum & m
STATE'S LEADING CLOTHIERS"
SALISBURY CHARLOTTE GREENSBORO
'Yard hloech:- t c 7 1-2c yd.
82-i!'.c lii en finish, suiting wTt!i
15j, for 12 1-2c yd.
15o and 25 1 bleached Tt aad
Qsrardvne vard wi ier, in short
leiigtbs, uthing mcar for -vd-dies
r skirt?, f -r 12 1-2c yd.
Bit? stock of whiv sk'tr o 'a
86-inchs wid, for 25c and 39c yd.
$1 25 Bolt L ng CI th, 98c Bolt
$1.25 BH Long Cicth, 12 varcu
to holt, f r 98c Bolt
We show a nice selection of !di-s white
ekiits, c fcton or wo'len.' tVsisfcs, muslin
Ladies' white or linen colored
skirts, for only 50c
Nce selection of wbitf skirs.
i or 98c, $ 1 .25 and $ 1 .98
Silk Waists, 98c.
Big stock cf waist voile or Jap
wnififc silk, for 98c
BIG MEN'S STORE"
Wallace 1 Sons
Tha Arrival of Thousands of
Which Will be Placed
$.00 & $(1.00
$1 - 50 TO $2-50
Stands well in that community. 1
advice. it will be confidential, I