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Local Train Schedule.
Arrival of passennop trains
f at China Qrovei ;
(Only trains that stop here are given.)
19 r8w.'&fcnmuff",-:4:35 8 III
0 44f.r Washington ? . 7 :05 a 01
W 36 f ' t Was! iugt -n . . . 11:37 -m
0 46 for Greatsb . . 4:10 p-BI
ft) 12 for Richmond 7'I9 M
A if V ' . - 1 - ' ..' '
3 -0 pro
8 '15 p-ra
10 35 for Atlanta
LOCAL HEWS MATTERS.
Ihirt Items Coicernng our People and
Their Qin ?
Misses Ruth ahtl Orline
Cline, who have been at
tending school at Albemarle
earner home yesterday to
spend the holidays.
Worth Miller, who has
" been down in FJorHa for
: several weeks, fias come home
for the. holiday s.
F. fl. Bostian, of Jackson
.ville, Ala., is visiting Jiis
J father, J. L. Bostian.
L. E Ritchie and family
left Tuesday morning for
Mrs; A. W. Winecoff, of
Salisbury, cams down yester
day morning to - attend the
marriage of Miss Lurline
Graham and PrOf. Rankin
T. M. Rarasaur, who is at
tending the University at
Chapel Hill, is home for the
C. Bernard Patterson, of
Princeton University, is
'spending tht holidays at
Mrs. M. D. James, of Ches
ter, S. C, and Mrs. A. H
Wertz, of Salisbury, are here
visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Holshouser.
P. B. Gobel went to Con
cord yesterday on business.
He rode his motorcycle.
Misses Mary Bosnian and
Edna Brown are expected to
arrive in China Grove Satur
day evening, Decemoer 21st,
from Duke, where they have
been teaching school since
the first of October, to spend
their Christmas vacation at
home with their, parents.
"Pat" SechlerV Christmas
vacation starts today, if the
weather will permit. - He has
contracted to build a flue,
put in a hearth and a chimney
back for unknown parties in
the Concordia neighborhood .
P. B. Gobel and father, E
E: Gray and "Spot" Watkins
were in Salisbury Monday.
Mr. Gobel's main business in
Salisbury was to ride a
McL. Ritchie is having five
small tenant houses built on
Union Hill . northeast of
town just outside of the
lift Efird Meets with Accident.
Lufcher1 Efird, who liveB near
her , got m quite early Tuesday
morning and we;:t oat to make
preoaration? tor killiug hecs. He
WSJ gone for some time and mem
berstf the family were getti: g
unipy. Finally he a: peered for
brikt8t, ait down hut did u t
eat, and upon being asked, be
stated hat he had ' la lien ver the
woodpile." He grew worse but
said nothing more, and the family
are' at a ' loas - to uuerstand hie
trouble. Wdifsay his throat
was badly swolen but it was
thoughtTbe was slightly improved.
Famous Stage Beauties
look with horror cii Skiu Erup
tions, Blotches, Sores or Piuip'es
They dott have them, nor will
anyone, who: uses B'ckleuV Ar
nica Salve .V It glorifies the face.
Eemt or Salt Rheum vanishes
bef ore it. It cures sore Hps,
chapped" aands, chilblains! heals
burnt, cuts and bruises . Un-
hnaled for niles. Only 2oo at
All Druggists. '
A BrilHant Church Wedding avd a Oelfght-
s fol RecepifQn Last EieHiiig. '
2 As previously noted, the I mars
r age of Mies' Luritne . Graham,
tie charming daughter of Mrs.
M. JtGirabjk, of .this place, :: and
Prcf . , Chaiies ' Wesley Rankin,
O -Sal isbury'' took place in St.
MSkls K;VU ' Church here last
eteiilnt s x . o'clock, Rv. W.
H Biser, the .past f offioiattug,
he beautifull ' ceremony -r of the
Lutheran Church being used. .
The nbur.ch was beautifully de
c rted in greejn and white
ad white candles, presenting
a most . pleasing appearance
The audience was seated upon
arrival by the ushers, Messrs.
F. M . Thompson, W.-J. Swink,
McL. Ritchie, . W. C. Sifferd,
Fred. H. Bostian and Roy Kim
ball. 8 V "
The attendants, the dam4 of
honor, Mrs, A. M. Hanna. dress
ed in yellow satin with spangled
drapery. and carrying white roses,
was followed by the maid of
bbnor, Miss Sophie Graham, sis
ter of the bride, dressed in p'tik
messaline drapped in pink chiffon
aud carrying pink oiroations,
cok their position in front of the
altar, then followed the bride
down che main isle on the arm of
her uncle, A. M. Ha nn a as the
groom with his best; man, Jesse
Fisher, of Concord, ' entered: the
side door, all meeting in .the
chancel where the beautiful rand
s i na pie ring 'ceremony tood place;
during- which time the wedding
tnar3h was beautifully J rendered
by Mrs. B ,0. Edwards, of
Laudis. This presented a beauti
ful soflne with the bride as the
center of attraction, she being at
tired in a handsome gown of cream
Duchess satin, trimmed with
Spanish lace and pearls. She
carried a white prayer book . asMl
s'tbover b14tTeisHf hp
valley. Her only ornamentation
was a beautiful la vahiere set with
pearls, the gift- of th groom.
Hampton St'rewalt sang "Be
cause" and the party retired to
the residenoe of Mr. and Mrs. A.
M Hanna, where a brilliant re
ception was given in honor of the
The three stories of the Hanna
home were decorated in green audi
Christmas colors and one or theJ
most complete aud delightful' re-!
ontii ovar ffivun hare, tonk :
place. The guests were met inwe wil give for two $1.00 sub
the hall by Mesdames, W. J.
Swink. F. M. Thompson, W. H
Ris-r and Miss Msry Rose; and
Messrs. F. M. Thompson and W.
J. Swink, their cloaks, coats,
wraps aud hats were taken in
charge and a numbered check
given in return, then they were
introduced to the bride and groom
who, with Mr. and Mrs. Hanna ,
Mi3B3ophie Graham and Mrs.O.T..
Rai.kin, of Barber, mother ot the)
srroom, receiveu in Bne iron room
Then followed an ellegant two
course sapper, consisting ox cnicK
en salad and turkey sandwiches.
ioe cream aud cake, the guests be-
ing served by Misses Evilin Thorn,
Nauuette Rsmsaur, Lorothy rips
tain and Vera Eddieman. From
the dm u ing room the guests were
invited iuto the Blue r.iom where
Misses Biowne Ritchie and Ruth
Thorn served a delicious and re
freshing punch to all.. With this
the reception was oyer and .the
guests departed with many ex
pressions of appreciation to the
chaiming hosts and good wishes
for the happy couple's future wel
The couple If ft on No. 85; for
Jacksonville, Fla where they
will spend their honey moor, af
ter which they will b at horns in
The out of town guests were as
follows: From Salisbury, Dr. and
Mrs R.; L . Ramsay, Mr. and Mtb.
F. N. McGubb.us, Miss Luoile
Elliot, Mary Brown. Rena Puok
ett, Eleanor Wat sen, Grase Low
rance. Ailene Hurler, and little
Misses Catharine Windsor,' Mil
dred Huff and Margarett 8ides,
pupils of Mr. Rankin and here rb
his guests. Whitehead Klutts.
Esq , Prof. J A. Lietch, Jry Mrs.
A. W. WinecDff . v Mrs, Q. T.RaK
Viu and Lee Rankin, cf Barber,
mother and brother of the groom ;
Prof. E. J. Abernathy, or parp
leen, and Miss Nell Herring nnd
J. C. Fisher, of Concjrd;- Miss
Etta Baker, of Lowell. :-
IfOTORCYCLE COMtEST CLOSES.'
P. B. fiohel 6efs ; first s Prtzi and 8. H
: Trailer Comes JiJwewiL ;;
At 2 o'clock - Monday afternoon
180 W ATCHMAJN.' ttUU : JXKWtw o
motorcycle contest came to a.
clscie, P; B?. Gabel, 'of China
Grc ve, winning the first prise; Qt
N. TrexUrof near , Rockwell, sec
ond ; J. B Earn hardt, cf : Faith,
third,- and Napoleon" trexler, of
Morgan Township, rrurth.H The
first.prize waa a Pope motorcycle,
ffrur-horse power and ; a' splendid
inaohine'in veryr particular.. It
iHtailsac $200 '-andCrs a ? thing' of
! eauty, stroug, an easy-rider and
a speedy vehicle. ; - The scoc d
pr ze wae ', an , Ircquois, coaster
brake bicycle It is light bdt su -
Btautiai and will give good Service
for a wheel of its kind. The third
and fourth prizes were a thirty
piece, blue-ware tea sets and quite
pretty and useful for house-keepers
The contest was conducted
quietly, ', but much work was done
and numbers were added to our
subscription lisss; The contest
ants conducted themselves in a
rsplendid manner toward one an
other and all other?, in faot the
rivalry was of the most friendly
kind and the contest closed with
all in the best of 'humor. They,
-were all fine young men, intelli
gent and active,
? At thelbsethe vcte for the four
leaders stood thus :
v vP B. Gobel,
G. N. Trexler, '
J. B. Earnhardt,
: THX;WiM add Rbcobd has
a lot of lS. id Wpooket ; knives
tbat retail CorjB5o and proposes to
give ;one fora subscription for both
papersor iKOO paidin advance on
subscoriptiou : another lot' that re
given for two $1.00 cash subscrip
tions, or to any one who pays $2 .00
on his subscription ; a lot of the
San Francisco earthquake bookr,
that retailed for $1.50, that we
will give for two $1 CO cash sub
scriptions, or to any one who pays
$2 00 on his subscription ; a lot of
mips of North and South Caro
lina, of the United States, the
world and the Panama Canal Z ne,
luclndiutr much statistics and
valuable information on the bick,
which retailed for $1.00, which
ascriptions, or to any one paying
$2 00 on his subscription; brand
new bicycle, catalogue price $60,
that we will give for $100 in sub
scriptions: a splendid sewing ma
chine, made by the Standard. Sew
ing Machine Co., value $40.00,
which we will give for $150.00 in
subscriptiens ; and if there be any
.f our subscribers who wish to
take in the great spectacular pa
rade and inauguration of Wood
row Wilson in Washington, March
4tb, 1918, we will make the neces
sary arrangements for a party to
see it -and to see the numerous
sights of the capital of our-great
nation In fact, the editor of
The Watchman being thoroughly
familiar with the capital city
would be glad to personally con
duct a party of ten there and take
them through Ihe numerous de
partments, museums, the capitol,
senate and house, Supreme C urt.
up on the Washington menu
. We have other prizes in mind,
scholarships, trips, etc, any of
which are avai'able should
there be any one who
wishes to earn same byl a
little work for our big papers, the
Oldest, largest and widest circu
lated in the county. . When yen
want something, it matters not
what, come at us and we will be 4
ready for a deal. In the mean
time if you want the real thing,
subscribe for The Watchman and
Foils A Foul Plot
-When a shameful plot exists be
tween liver and bowels to cause
distress by refusing o act, take
Dr. King's New Life -Pills, and
end suoh abuse of - your system.
They gently compel right - action
of stoma oh, liver and bowel?, and
I restore your health and all good
eeliugs. 25 at All Druggists.
r William Beaver, r and ; old
veteraaHP thQt)rgan ChtircK
neigliborl6died tsarl yes;
terday morning?af ter a short
illpess .with hfeart and kidney
disease.. He wpuld have been
79 years old, the 9th of
this : month. , He 'leaves a
wifeone sonV;C William; E.
Beaver, and k two daughters.
Mts7 LW.5 B(feti; wholived it
tHei family homestead. Mrs.
H. A. Crusecf Gold Hill
Township, and. . numerous
othe relativjMto morn -his
loss, tie - ws t the grand
fath er of . Miss; Eudora Bost,
who is makingher home in
Chlna:GroveJ - The funeral
look place-$ from Origah
Church th.iimorning at;. 11
o'clock, RvfL A. Trexler,
the pastor ofiiciatln g and the
interment was in the cemetery
there. Mr. ; Heaver was a
splendid citizen, a hard work
mg and eucqessf ul farmer.
being ' well fixed in this
world's goods, -a leading
spirit in Organ Church and a
Mies Mattie Jenkins and
David S. Hinton were mar
ried at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Boone in Spencer,
Wednesday, Rev. J. L.; Vip.
ViDerman ofiieiatini?. Mrs.
Boone is a sister of the bride
and Mr. Hinton is of Ashe
ville where they will make
their home, y :;;
The marriagefof Miss Daisy
Barnhardt Parsons ami
Forest W: Gray, of Greenville,
Xl&srprseopal ' r Chlircli
f - j
Wednesday evening, Rev. F.
J. Malleti, the pastor, ofncia
Charles W. Alexander, a well-tc-do
farmerof No. ,4 Township,
Cal-arros County, "and Mrs. Hattie
Day vault- of near Kani,apolis,
the widow of the late . Paul Day
vault, were happily united in the
bonds of holy matrimony at tb
home of the bride near Kan napo
lis, at 2 o'clock on last Sunday
afternoon, December 15th, 1912,
R-v. O.-A Brown, pastor of the
orid, officiating. This happy
coup'e have many friends all of
whom wish them a long aud hap
A Pleasant Affair to the School Children.
The pupils and ieachers of the
grammar and primary grades
of the High School gave a de
lightf ul Chritmas service this af
ternoon about 2 o'clock, in the
auditorium of the school building.
The patents aud: friends of the
school were invited and a number
A nict) Christmas tree, loaded
with presents givu each other by
the pupils, was in evidence. It
looked as if Santa Clans; had un
loaded his : entire stosk of goods
and tbey had been appropiiated
for this occasion. As is u ual in
such cases the. distribution was
amid much merriment and hilari
ty on thapart of the lii-tle ones. .
Songs aud recitations appror ri
ate to the ocsasion were rendered,
showing much painstaking care in
the instruction on the part of the
A treat of oranges, apples and
sweetmeats, nus, .etc. , furnished
by the lady teachers, Misses Wor
tham, Rankin, and Miller, ws
The occasion .will long be re
membered not ouly by the pupils
but by visitors. ; - :
The holiday spirit parmeated
the entire exercises.
Sjhool will not be epeHod again
until Monday after New Year.
i " ;v
Chris mas -SA'ilMit Lutbef Chapel. . t
The.re will be a Christmas ser
vice entitled ''The Gift Supreme,"
rendered at Lutheran Chapel on
Christmas day, by the' children
L and young people of the Sunday
p. m. '. ' '
After the services'there will be
a treat of - fruits, nuts and candy
given to the members of the Sun
day School,; There will be'an offer
ing for missions; Let every mem
ber of the Sunday Sohool bring an
- Evervboly welcome at these
SALISBURY AND iftWAM GOUfcWS;
Items fiffntenst 6ithiriti for TIs Biiders
W. A. Weant, an old Oonfedr
erate veteran of of Moeksyille,
was a Salisbury visitor yesterday.
7 O. E, C irrell.' who -has Amoved
onto - N t.' 1, .KaQoa'pslis, wai: id
Salisbury this week. ' . .
:: - ' 'J- ; ,
Vf The public schools of Salisburvy
8penor, China Grove, and the
tounty closed today for a week br
mora ;giva ; the children ssd
teachers a"d s rved rest. V. , ;
-Rev. 0.-B . Heller, ''. pastor of
Chestnut Hill and; Spenoer Presr
Hyterian ; churcves; was well
pound bd at the . manse in S neoer
Tuesday :. night Rev. Heller
thanked his visitors and ; asfurd
them of his appreciation of their
consideration. Rev L M Kersob
ner made appropriate responca.
' The Salvation Army is wnrki'Vg
hard to raio means for supplying
the por of the city with a Christ
mas dinner. '
The Me.thodist cnngrgitinntyof
Salisbury and Spenc-r will have s
uhion service t h First Meth
odist Church in Salisbury, Christ
mas morning at 11 oclock, Rpv
W; R. Ware will do the preaching
TJiion men of Spencer have do
oided to establish a co-operative
store in Spencer with branches in
Salisbury and East Spencer. It is
o1 aimed that they can thni liye
more economically and can save
more of their salari s if thy.want
to. Stopkis being offered, at $10
oer share but no one man can
have more than fifteen shares: v
T . A . Ludw!dV, mansg "r-of the
Salisbury Roller Mill s installing
new maobinery and improving
the plant considerably.
Rev. John Grav, c f Bedford City
Va., a former pastor of the Pr as by
teriao church, was here and con
ducted the prayer meeting -Wed
nesday night. Rev. Gray ' has
many friends here who were g'ad i
to see hiui. -
Whitehead ICluttz. Kpq . : who
reoently purchased the old
b'olnm Vlbarch Stret'"a?foinmg:
ton meiaouiu parsonsge, win nva
Christmas trees, and holly is to
be seen on all sides ' About all
the Salisbury Churches' will have
Christmas tr-es . and special cer
vices during the-hoUdays.
W. J. Bryan passed through
Salisbuay Thurtday night for
Asheville. Mr. Bryan was ac
companied by Josephcs Daniels, of
the Raleigh News and Observer.
A flat car got eff the track near
Sbober'e ridge yesterday morning
delaying the entrance into the city
ot Western passeogar train No. 86
for an hour. Some of the pas
senjt-ers walked up towm and
the station .
O. T Tiohner, who went to Hbt
Springs, Ark . several weeks ago
to take treatment for rheumatism,
has returned much improved.
Many df the bvs and girls who
are attending school and colleges
at ther places will be at home for
the holidays in fact many have
already reached home.
There will be. a Christmas tree
and some appropriate exercises at
St. Maik's E. L. church Tuesday,
There will be a Christmas treat
for the members of the Sunday
School and a Christmas service at
Mt. Zion Christmas morniug. The
public is cordially invited.
Salisbury, N. 0.
Deo. 18, 1912.
Dear Santa Glaus: -I
will tell you what I jwant for
Christmas. I'm afraid to begin
beoause I am afraid I want to
much, well I'll begin . I want : a
big doll, a fcuutaiu pen, sme nice
story books, a bottle of blue ink,
a locket, chain, bracelet, a iring,
a little stove, a doll carriage, a
doll bed, some chairs, a 4able, a
little gold- watch .and a .nice
Christmas dress. I have two sis
ters and - five brothers. Please
don't forget them.
That's all from your litte
friend, Kula McQuaoe.
1 H. P, Brown, of Salisbury, who
has recently gone into, the poultry
business won a silver, cup for the
best display at the Winst?n-Sitem
Poultry-snow last week. HaaIso
won five other prizes. Mis mat;
tie Millier, of Mt. .Ulla, won a
cup ; u . - j : Lieal ana Mrs J . p. ; Try them. v. Every bettle is guar
Deaton, of Landis, were also prise anteed to satisfy. Only 50 cents
v Jost f our days until Christ
mas". Trade w itti-! Record
ad vertisers. K S
From all appearances San fa
Clans was not bnried Jn. the
recent landslide '? for , Wilson,
but will make his I rounds r as
Pu t tnatiperualiltl
the. kids : stockings and Jfeee
how much more . happy if
will make-them than it would
you. . , - , . .
Don't spoil your Christmas
and your family's by getting
drunk. Stay sober and strive
to make others- happy . and
Christmas will be a happy sea
son to you. ' - v
. Boys, just four, days ; in
which to "fall out" with the
girls, otherwise you had bet
ter . bH picking out1 those
presents, r Joan R. Bro w n .
j ha-ltir. offers assistance in
ite Jailer tudertaking.
, (jirls, be "awfully" nice to
iTttt boys duriug the next few
layt, buti ve him a chance
to avoid th rush: Dou't let
.iiiiTj get mad for he will be
wautiug" to makesup this timtt
next week .V
UiscslliBions Ssowipri Hooor of Miss
6raii. - v? :
A beautiful mifcellaneous shov?
ef was giveu Miss Lurline Graham
isst Saturday afternoon f r ' n
thres tD -five - by Misses BrowwV
Ritchie and Ruth -Thorn, at th
home of the latter The g tines of
Hearts dice was enthusiastically
p!ay d. Miss Helen (Pattsrs owj cf
Coocoid; ecming . out f ahead; was'
given a v handsome, embroiderer'
center piece. , s Th houcr" guest
prise; a beautiful piece of ; hand
embroidery) was peanted to Miss
Graham. The Chrstuias idea' Wus
in the rpfrvshmeTts. " " '
'The duiiug room table was a
beautiful soaae, with a haudsom
osnWpiece, and red candies, sur
rounded by holly wreathes. Pack
ages of all kinds, were suspended
from the' electrolier. The happy
bride-to be, carried home with her
many pretty tokens of the esteem
in which she is held.
Misses Thorn aud Ritchie proved
themselves charm ng entertainers
and a most delightful afternoon
was spant. The following ladies
were present: Mesdames Hall,
Swink, Keller, Hanna, Shepherd,
Sifferd, Thompson. Riser, Thorn.
Kimball and B. O. Edwards of
Landis; Miasea Lurline Graham,
La la Brown, Nannette Ramaaur,
Vra Eddieman, Fannie Wortham,
Mary Rankin, Mary Rose, Brownb
Ritchie, Ruth Thorn, Evelin
Thorn, Lillian' Miller aud Helen
Patterson, Virginia Hoke and Ben
Hit. Brown 6oes to 6ibsoaiille to Marry a
R v C. A. Brown will go to
Giv-sonville by special request,
next Tuesday, December 24 .h, to
marry a popular yung lady of
that towu, at 5 o'clock p. mx He
will leave on No. 48 that evening
Rev. Browu was castor, of tho
Lutheran church atGibsonviUe
about nine yeaira ago, and the
young people have not forgot en
him, as is evidenced in the fact
that he if called back to perform
a matrimonial service for one of
the popular young ladies of the
To Opeo Carreti
The 8fnt Brothers, of Cleve
land, have rented and made ar.
racgementt to open the Correll
woodworking, repair aud black
smith shop here on January let,
1918. They guarantee their work
and will appreciate a portion of
your patronage. See their adver
tisement in this paper.
Could Shout For Joy. .
"I want to thank yon from the
bottom of my heart." wrotd O.'-fl.
Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Va.,
for the wonderful double beontit
I got from Electrio Bitters, in
curing ma of both a severe cas of
stomach trouble and of rheuma
tism, from which I had been an
almost helpless? sufferer for ten
years. It suited my esse e
though mtdi just for me." For
dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice,
and to rid the , system of kidney
poisons that caus9 rheumatism.
Electrio Bitters has no equal.
, at All Drugjists.
. Tuesday7 night the stofe of--:
entered landlgltea- lof iht I M
merchandrrriedi ' Dt :
thrB:oef ue &a o ; the :
idlnffiylBf the rthieves.
When the store : waa opened
Wednesday morning it wiev
bot'eed that' the;-brace - hadv
beehientered, and a, nambei .
of v articles iremtved ly-THel
thieves wentfeou th : nd pre .
babie had 'more ; than ; they
could carry jor four suits an?
pants for two other suits were f
found at G-oodnight's cross- -ing
south bf. town!' " These;
weretaken in 'charge - by -
Deputy Sheriff Kimball and
-were returned to the store.-
In an: effort to, apprehend
the thieves Mayor vVVright
has Off -red a reward of j75.00 .
for their capture. Among
the articles are the following:
1 No. 36 slim coat, stock
No. 3295, salt and pepper with
g reen stripe, serge.lihingr; i
1 black thibet ; coat v,ahd '
pants, size. 37 stock No 513, 1
serge lining.- .
The thieves made ntrancer
by breaking out a glass in'
tne aoor g me grocery f ae- v,s
;:.Walter fe?AIexahderV nftwSgSj
market' at ;XKannapolis: ;tvas
also, orosen into ; ine same
night, : probably by i
ixirties. " Here
priced open, a rear door- and
carrlwd off avj-jfle aud several
tuna i ai iiuioo.-; ,. . . - . . . ( - ...
. - . "'
V Dec. !7JrAAt ? tlie redue?
j onn rjrexion went aown to
examine a new deposit of ,
granite and : brouh t, back-"
some samples of paving
blocks. He r pronounces! the. :
deposit) one of the finest in
the United States. -
J. T. Wyatt spent Sunday ;
night with J. M. Wyatt at
L. A. Drake, of Charlotte,
is out on the granite belt
visiting relatives this week:
We saw a flat car at every
loading place the other day
and the various granite ship
pers were all busy" loading
cars with curbing, ; door and
window sills and. paying
stones. When the people are
all busy getting off granite r
it means that a lot of money
is coming into the settlement
and that there is good times l
in this neck of the u woods.
All are looking forward to a .
bright and hapi y Christmas. ,
J. T. Wyatt shipped a car
load of street curbing today. -
Peeler Brothers' saw mill
is getting crowded with saw
logs. ' , ' . . 'I ' ,: . .'
E. A. Brown and Andy
Casper killed hogs todayT
Some of th e old ' soldiers t
hjave been to Salisbury and -got
their pension money .
J. T. vVyatt wants short V
option on veins ot gold ore
for some capatilists. ; .
Drives Off A Terror.
The chief executioner of . death
in the winter and spring . mouths.,
is pneumonia. Its advt uoa agsutt J
are colds and crip. Ia any t;
tack by one of these 'maladies no v
time should be lost in taking the ;
best medicine obtainable to drive ;
it off. CounUess thocands have ;
fouud this to be Dr. King's New
Discovery. My hiosband bsliavet..'
it has Heptbim from' having pnen- '
mo aia threa or four times,' writes,
Mrs; George W. Place- Bawson
ville, Vt., and for coughs, clds
ani croup we have never found its -eqaal."
" Guaranteed for all v.
bronchial affections. - Price 60 cU
and $1 00 . Trial bottle free
All Druggists. , .
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