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ALL OF 00 R READERS.
Miss Nannette Ramsaur is
attending a house party at
the home of Mr. Brawley in
Miss Lottie Harris was in
town Monday spending the
day with Miss Evelyn Thom.
Miss Yelma Bostian is at
tending the summer . school
for teachers at the State Nor
mal College in Greensboro.
Miss Margeurite Moss, of
Creedmore, arrived here
Tuesday to visit Miss Ruth
Thom. Bhe will leave here
for Albemarle Saturday.
H. S. Bostian has just pur
chased a lot of plates and
forks and . expects to eat
, water for a while.
J . L. SiSerd has returned
to Flat Swamp Springs,
Davidson County. '
Mrs. C. Gardner and
children, of Macon, Ga., is
spending a few days here
with Mrs. Gardner's sister,
Mrs. W. C. Sifferd.
J. E. Cline spent Wednes
day in Charlotte on business.
Mrs. R. E. Pouncey and
children, of Tocoa, Ga., are
visiting Mrs. Pouncey's
nether, Mrs. H. A. Wine
M; E. McLaughlin, of High
Point, is here on a visit to
Richard Correll, who has
been employed in the knits
ting mill at Albemarle . is at
home for a short time.
R. W. Gray was a Salisbury
P. A. Sloop, Esq., attends
ed a meeting of the County
Board of Education in Salis
Mrs. W. J. Graham and H.
J. Eddleman were in Salis
W. J. Swink was in Salis
bury on business Monday.'
Mrs. Earle Barger came in
yesterday to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs; G, A. Barger.
- G. A. Barger was a visitor
The Watkins Broom Manus
facturing Company is work
ing on full time these days.
Deputy Sheriff Mike Kim
ball went, down to Misen-
heimer Springs yesterday to
accompany' his mother, Mrs.
P. E Kimball, home.
James Adams1 little daugh -
ter is on the sick list this
J. J. Bostian is quite ill,
but has friends expect him; to
be out soon.
Miss Annie "Bennett, of
Richmond, is visiting her
sister,- Mrs. Krauth Thom.
Mrs. H. H. Troutman, of
Gastonia. is visiting '.her
mother, Mrs. J. A. Howjfl,
The P. O. S. of A. have
postponed their regular meet
ing of Thursday night, July
17 until Thursday night, J uly
24th. There will be several
members to initiate and all
are requested to be present.
Mrs. Jane Beaver is visit,
ing her daughter, Mrs. M.
A. Linn, near town.
There will be an ice cream
upper, at Landis Saturday
night for the benefit of the
Bfr E.fOhorch. Everybody j
Misses Mary Bostian Hand
Edna Brown went to Sails
bury yesterday on business.
P. E. Corriher took a load
of cantaloupes to Concord
Wednesday and got $12.00
for them. '
J. L. McCurdy was in town
for a short while yesterday.
The Thursday Afternoon
Club was entertained at ' the
hosbitflble home of Mrs. R,
W. Gray yesterday afternoon.
Charles Hendrix went., to
Salisbury yesterday to see
Dr. Daniel and have a tooth
J. A. Black welder was a
Charlotte visitor yesterday.
Mrs. H C. Miller, who has
been visiting her mother in
Albemarle, returned home
yesterday. Mr; Miller went
up to Salisbury to meet her.
C. D. Weddfngton, of Kan-
napolis, is at his father's,
D. Alexander, and is quite
ill with the fever. -
Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Pence
with their daughter, Miss
Edith, and two sons, Messrs,
Edgar and Arthur, of Henry,
N. C, arrived at the home of
Rev. C. H. Pence last Mon
day evening to spend a short
time on a visit. They left
Wednesday in their car for
The Charlotte Obierver recently I
asserted that Johu Marion Cross,
of Concord, is the oldest type-setter
in the State in point of ser
vice ; and it has proved the asser
tion if it has its figures correct
Mr. Cross beginning to set 'em up
in 1854. Dover H. fiost of SUtes-l.has
rviile, entered by The. liaadn
in the list of veteran compositors,
is something of a youth beside lrj
Cross, as Mr . Boat began aer
vice in 1860. It is his distinction,
however, to have ses type on Tb
New York Tribune in the days of I
Horace Greeley. Another . old1
typo mentioned is J. T. Darling-1
ton, of lieataviue, wno negan
work, if our memory serves us, in
1656. Statesville Landmark.
J. M. Cross was a typo on ThJc
Watchman about fifty years ago.
Lafheran Board Is Bbst Csafirnci.
The Board of Home Missions
and Church Extension of . the
United Synod of the Lutheran
Churoh met in Charlotte Tuesday.
Those present were the Revs. R.
L. Patterson, D. D., president ;
V. Y. Boozer, vice presint; Ii. M.
Kinard, Ph. D., D. D., and 0. K.
Bell, recording secretary jf and C.
L . Kibler, M . D. .The Rev. R. 8.
Patterson, general secretary, was
received as an advisory member.
Among the items passed on by
the board was relative to the erec
tion of a ohuroh at Kaonapolis.
&. reoent canvass of Kaonapolis
revealed a large number of Lu
theran people, and the board has
received a generous offer of a de
sirable lpt.for the erection of a
ohuroh. The general sjeoretary
was authorized to. co-operate with
the executive oommittee of the
North Carolina 8ynod in ejecting
a beginning of work in this man
The First iBstaaei ai Record.
SayB tBTe Greenville Piedmont :
'Oar idea of an unusual town is
Greensboro, N. C, Whiob is retir
ing its bonds as they beoome due."
ThankB brother, we ate distin
guished for living nnder the com
mission form of government.--Greensboro
The King of All Laxative
For constipation, headaches,
indigestion and dyspepsia, use Dr.
Kipg's New Life Pills. Paul Ma
tbuixa, of Buffalo, N. Y., save
they are the "King of all laxa -
tivea . They are a blessing to all
my family and I jtlwaya keep -a
dox as nome." uet a box and cat
Price 25o. KaaammanAAiiIaft.lv flnlw 9Ka pMMUm.iuii
Un. Slisabeth A. Arty 'died at
her borne ioi North ; China . Grove
Tuetday morbing; af ter an illneaa
of oearly a year at the age of 76
years, 10 no od the and 28 daya, Oo
October 18tb,18d7, ebe waa mar
ried to John A. Arey, making their
marrit life togethar 45 yean, 8
mootht od 8d day. To tbii
anion waa borM three daughters:
Sirt. Stpi Ritobia, of High Point,
Mrs. If ary Jaoef Wyatt, of China
Grove and Mn. Amanda Klatti,
of China Orove, all of whom anr
vive their mother, ohe leavea to
mourn her death, a devoted hut
band, the three daughtert men
tioned above,- ot grand children,
a large number of friend and rel-
r aturav Tna-funaral aervioea were
conducted byN Rev. 0 . A. Brown
fa thmo OB. L. Church
on luv umj ioiauwiuk air antu
m- a m a
alter wnion ner ooay wae teuaeny
laid to rett. May the Lord com
fort the bereaved ooea.
tf. R. Ftlktr dtl.
The manv frieuda of W. R..
Felker. of Kappa, will be eorry to
learn of bia death wbieh ocoured
at hu home early Friday morn
ing mf tar a abort illneaa of typhoidV
fever. llr..Felker waa a eonaie
ent member of 8t. ifattbew'a
Lutheran cnurcUvi tie teavea a
wife and aeveral children . The
Mr. Felker, Davla; county looaea
on of her beat citixtpa. . He was
one of The Records best fnendf,
and for aersral 53ra furnuhed
a the news from Kappa. Ural
Felker fralao ver&U at this writ
ing, and not eipected to live . She
been suffsripj f ox a.loogv tim
rwitb tttberealotia, and tba and ia
expected at any time. One of the
children, a eon, is also vary ill
withtyphoid fever, altbotgb wa
lsaxn that ha ia scmswbat bsttex
ai thic writing. The bereaved
oats have the deepest avmpatbvi
of tba entire community in their
sorrow and trouble. Tba Davie
Kesord. Jttly tn.
UaarJil U Tkmztr.
Lonnie, eon of Cershaw Plyler.
Wednesday while feeding a thresh
er at Fletcher Shinn'anear Pros
pect Church, slipped and fell into
the machine and had a leg and
arm badly mangled. His leg waa
amputated that night. He suffer
ed greatly but it ia tbocght he
will recover aoon. .
K. W. 1183 sts ti JeiiMi City.
K. W. Thom has just returned
from Johnson City, Tenn., where
te went to look over the environ
ments of a position off red him in
the office of assistant to the presi
dent ofthe C, C.cV O. Railway.
He liked the. looks of things and
will go to Johnson City next week
to begin work. 5
Mr. Thom will compile all sta
tistics for this company and han
dle the genet al routine of office.
The many friends here of Mr.
Thome will regret to learn of his
intention to leaveK. but are glad
t know that be has a position
that will make it to bis interest
There will be fire institutes held
in Rowan this summer and the
datea decided upon is as follows :
Mount UUa, July 26.
China Grove, August 6.
Liberty School House, Aug. 15
Rockwell, Aoguti 16
Woodleaf, August 25. ;
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For Certs, Boras aad' BraOses
In every home there should be a
box pi Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
ready to apply In every case o
burns, outs, wouuda or scalds. J.
fi. Polanco. Delvalle. Tex . R
1 No. 2, writes: "Bucklen's Arnica
I Salve saved my little girl's out
I foot. No one believed it could
I be oared." The world', ha
VTOMSCd iWRkE OPSYiYAgF
Stmcti Via Casttzsi Till Mext Tfcarssay
Rev. Lee Starke of New York
tv: begans; aeries Jbf "revival
raeetines at the Uethoiiiit Church.
China arove(.Upoday night. He Thursday July 17th the
ia one of the" beat known evangel. First Baptist Church of Salisbury
isirin the Metboiat Church., and will give the pupils of ita Sunday
U 'aprcasijr&DiDg a-place in School something of an outing
thtf hearts of isyvol'hiBsv They wili go to , Thomasville and
Grove and bas already shown hare ar picriio on . the grounds of
that he deserves the. title which1 Jtho prphanage there. ,
tba presi of the country has given Thl annual fa, so, la singing of
him--Tobajr';S Scotohft Irish, Township; will be
there is notbhg sensationar in heldin Providence Churoh on Sat
bia aarmons, etry aentence utter uray, Anguit 2nd. Refreshments
d baa . a deep meaning,; Land WU1 be present in abundance and
path oa. aad buuior are used with
telling effeot upbn the audiences,
that have heard tim so far. .
The avangeliii ta I a .Yrrginian,
born in the Old Dominion at the
oloae of the war. He was identi
fied with businesss lfe in New
York for man years- and .left
newspaper work to take up the
The audienoet have been in
creaaing in sise each night, and on
Wednesday night the church
waa filled. No doabt eeems to ex-
ist that the church will prove too
amall to accommodate all mho I
will desire to bear tbislnbted evan-
To-night the f subject of the
evangelist's sermon willbe A
Clean Heart," mad the Saturday
night topio will b. "Ye Must be
born Again." The subjects for
Sunday will be as (.follows r At
9:80, special serraon to children;
at 11 a. m;. 'The Dry Bones of
China Grove;" at 8 p.; m. sermon
to men only, subjeft, "Man
Wreckers;" and at 7:80 p. m . ,
f'The Wav of Faith." ' Qret
wds are expected at ell fourfof
Xthe Sunday 'servicea. :: The meeWl
inM efoA Aext Thnrsdav with
im HtfieL it 8 n. m.: the
topio U to be 1'IiLove tou," and
ttlbiectfo he reat farewell
meeting at 7:80 will be "The-Old
. - Uxitnuu tt WkltBif.
Crime runs i high-banded at
Whitney. A resident of the place
stated in our presenoe that a mur
der a week ia being committed at
that olace. that one negro on an
average each week is knocked
down and dragged out. Crimes
ftM Mnmmiktfld and felons iro
punished. This condition is net- R. Fonda, the regular euperinten- are: J. P. Sanders of Greens
MMi mhn it hAaomes known that Sent, visited the big re-union atlboro: W. 0. Petty and F. M.
there ia a colony of several hun-
dred negroea engaged on tne con-
atruetion work at wnitney. - it n
freely stated that the construction
oompanies are Jess ooncernea
about tbe enforcement cf law and
order than they are to keep a big
fciflt ova tha nesroee to the ex -
tent that they are kept busy on
the works. Hence, it is alleged,
the ofHcera on tne grounas are
very inactive or they see but li"lo
that is going on . Aioemarie an-
Kils to Ii li This Wick.
Contractor L. A
Albemarle, wss in town Wednes -
day examiaing the blue prints of
Dr. DeWitt C Swanngen'a new
brick drug ; atore, preparatory so
making a Did tor its constFuption.
- - . A , a
8everal bide have -.' been received
U lr?.!St .Ui HkSv
kTliA this week, but may not be
siven out till the first of next,
Rid Your Children of Worms
, Tfoacan cnange irenui,
2 "ISfS- "wXSTSa;
1 rallinir . crind-
ina of teeth, crying out while
--T. .AnnmnaniAd with intanRa
th SCpMnTa The stomach and ,f addition to sue metai.ngie longy0u ay be troubled by itch
bowe'e feyerishnesa and bad plant being erected by T. H. Van- ing, burning, or acaley akin hu
u 41.' .mnfeoma, that indi. derford on North Main Street, "lie mora, just put .a little of that
eata worms. Kickapoo Worm
v:uM. niAuant candv los.
th .or. rr'
niftM the bowels, restores your
children to health and happiness,
lra. J, A. BrisDin, ot 'aigin, xu.,
t i . v:.b.-.
lv rid mv children of vormi,. I the school fund of the county. Al Hobson's Boaeaa Ointment cured
7 . . I. L. .:ti.A;t n t a.l.nnn m.n a uvoit tan rinllarslft in two weeks." Guaranteed or
anUed. All druggists, or by mail.
Price 25o. Kickapoo Indian aiea-
Pbiladeipnia anaf at.
'"'"an b "
ROVAYI COUIITY LOCALS
a basket picnio will be had.
Rev. M M. Kinard went ' down I
to Kannapojis yesterday to select
u site for the erection of a Luther
an bhurob there. J. W. Cannon I
has offered a very desirable site
for this purpose.
A nn mbc r of the business homes I
closed tneir places today at one
o'clock in order to give their I
clerks a little recreation.
The oounty commissioners have
decided to withhold further pay-
ments.on the court house until a
proper and just arrangement can
be arrived at as to its completion
according -to the wishes of the
commissioners. It is said $58,000
has ban paid out and that $58,000
to be helffpendihg negotiations.
The. stockholders of the Pied-
mont Toll Bridge met Wednesday
afternoon, deolared a dividend
and elected directors. The direc
tors then elected -EL 6. Trott
president and O. V. JJavis secre
tary and treasHrerr
T. B. Marsh, the seoretary and
'"""er of the Salisbury PerpeJ-
ual Bddinfif and Loan Asspoia-
fction, has moved baofe to tne rooms
1 tbe Grubb Theatre formerly
occupied by him.; This of
P10 H W., ;Peoplea Realty endloiy tirreiaedied. '
xnsurance uompany wawn oqou-
Died a room in the Grubb build
ing on West Innes Street.
The Salisbury firemen have r-
oeivea a cneoK oi aioo. iu asutiri
t B. S .1 T A. 1 r
portion from tne tax or one per
cen. wiuofN uu tu reoeip,. ux
the various insurance companies.
-Capt. J. Rowan Davis, a Con-
federate veteran, was in charge of
I the federal cemetery here for sev-1
un-leral davs last week while Capt. B;
Gettysburg. This is probably the
nrss lnssanoe on re aoro wuere mt
I uonteaeraie naa cnarge oi a
eral cemetery . Capt. Davis show-
ea snat ns was euiomut uu cap-
able to hold seen a position as
I any one. It may not be many
1 vears before the government will
I have to find others than the ex
federal soldier for such positions
A nnmber of ownera of docs.
worthless curs of course, f aooord-
- j iome olka tnete are n0
other kind.) have been before
Judge Kluttz during the past week
and were taxed $8.15 and up for
allowing said dogs to go on the
1 sweets unmuzziea.
The annual conference by the
woman's missionary societies of
kh8 sahBbury district convened in
I . -.B
i -tBe. Spencer Methodist Church last
mght. Tbe opening address was
dehTer Rev- W- B- w"e
Tne North Carolina Firemen'a
A..Autinn win moat in Wilminff-
lon Aueust 11 and 16th. As usual
MvaWVAW " - " Q
hft goiuburv and bDencer boys
I wmXl down and carry oil the
prizes. - They are practicing every
day with that end in view.
. . .... . . ,
hg buildinK a email modern store -
The motorcyclist who exceeds
the speed limits , is also being
brought up in court and induced
i a - t - . v .
to p.y .omrthing to,t th.
I and coats the other day.
The Statehood Roada Aasooia-
Cklai-Sriri is Uillu Prcitratlsis ti Ei
tirttiii Cis Imi.
Tbe farlnera institute to be held
here on Wednesday, Augutt 6th,
is to be a grand occasion and a
day to be long remembered by all
who come within tbe limits of the
town on that day.
A number of prominent citizens
have gotten busy, raised the nec
essary funds and ar9 now engaged
in preparing a program that will
make. Charlotte, Conbord, Statea
ville, Salisbury and such other
specks on the map ait up and take
notice. Something will be doing
all day and a , record breaking
crowd ia being prepared for. Ev
ery. farmer in the oouuty and
near by communities are not only
invited but uraed to oome to
jOhina Grove on this day and bring
I heir families, take advantage of
intlitute and enipy the day,
There will be plenty of ice water
ree, various kinds of races, good
peakers and numerous other items
or the amusement of all. V .
Make up your mind to come.
r Oriia 6riits Crnk.
Citisens residing in a half-mile
of .Grants Creek, skirting, China
Grove and Salisbury, for a dis
tance of 14 miles have unanimoua
I y signed a petition to drain the
stream . There remain only three
people to sign, these being" inter
ested in an estate in litigation.
The undertaking is one of eonaid
erable importance. '
Just as soon, as -the' details can
be arranged the work oi dredging
will be let to - the. Idweat J bidder.
The wc(rk will perhaps cost more
that $100,000. There ha Uen
some complaint on account cf the
Salisbury 'and Boeacer sewer
emptyina into lowlanda aear tbe
July 81st and August 1st. Several
Balisburiana are expected to at
tend. mu rri
u m h nmH k ni wm. m m .
wih pnncipfcj office at Salisbury,
nM chartered to conduct
hftt.i--- .nnnriiniiA. th.rito.
The authorised capital stock ii
S3,(XX, divided into
with a paid in capital of f420.
The subscribers to the stock
I Gresham, of Charlotte.
The Rowan Oounty Board of
ea-jKd tion held Ter interestina
meefing here this week. Oon-
B,derable routine was gone through
with, new school
were named and
Prof. R. G.
re elected oounty
superintendent of publio instruc
The Fourth Company ; Coast
Artillery Corps of Salisbury is
preparing to go into their annual
encampment at Fort Caawell
about August 5th. Chas., L.
Shaver is captain of this company.
land Col. Max L. Barker baa oom-
mend of tbe several companiee in
About forty public school teach
era from Tmrious parte of the
I oouhtv were here 'yesterday to
Utand the usual examination and
receive their, certificates to teach.
The examinations were held in the
court room and were conaueted
by Prof. R. O. Kissr.
Are cured by Dr. Hbbaon'e Ecze
ma Omtmen which heals all
skin eruptions. v No matter how
1 epOthing antis9ptic, Dr. Hobson's
I jccsema uintment, on tne aorea
and the auffering .top. insUntly.
Healing negine that very minute.
Doctors use it in their practioe
and recommend . it . . Mr. Alle-
i man ni idiiunown. cm.. - am vm ?
lalVUOJ' auisHiueisi ate s Maatetea
or by man. - rrioe. oc rtenzer
Chemical Co., Philadelphia and
The State Let oratory of Hy
giene will aoon be making tvphoid
vaccine for the State: at greatly
reoneed prioee. Thia vaccine,
nntiVjecently, apld at abnormally
high prices, .but it hta now beep
reduced sV that the iacome ritsefr
Costa aborn $1.50 per person. "flnV
the intereffi of , humanity, econ-
omy, and pubicf bUbtheT
laboratory will niakjit and aell
it at cost. The firS of the pro- .
duot will probably be on the mar
ket in a few weeks, and will : sellr
at cost price . ' Tbie will probably,
not be over fifty cents for J the
vaccine, and perhapa even: less.
At that price -the average man
will feel able ' to protect himself
and family from the disgraceful
ecourge of typhoid, -
Typhoid vaccine is a recent dis
covery in preventive medioine,
and as yet it is r not definitely
knpwn just how much protection ;
it does give. It has not been us
ed long enough todetermine : thia
point. Here ' are ebme figures,
however, that ; are - interesting
along this line. Eighty-two
thousand United ; States eoldiere
were Vaccinated up to . July 1st a
year ago . The ; typ'hoid rate
dropped from 8l03 per. 1,000 in
1009 to 0.8;in 1012i a reduction of -00
per cent. :. : .'r i - v . V-.. ' :
Not only does typhoid vaccina- '
tion reduce one'a chamoes of tak
ing typhoid at least 75 or 00 per
cent, but it also, reduces i the dan
ger in those that do contract tbe ;
disease. - From the - best I data .
available it appears to reduce the
deatb . rate of vaccinated, people
that contract . typhoid - to
vaccinated persona thaB, contract
the-disease.';-; - " -'..vi'
Dirt and filth accumulate.
Cleanliness does not. It requires
eternal vigilance and labor I to
maintain clean and healthful sur
roundings. But Ji pays to haye a
clean, attractive neighborhood.;
pays in dollars.and ' cents and in
pride, joy and eelf -respect. "
Kerosene sprayed on ponda or
pools of stagnant water wilf pre
vent mosquitoes from breeding .
A half pint is enought for 100
square feet of surface. If possible,
all stagnant pools of water should
be drained, or filled. -
Don't bolt your noor day lunoh
Take time to eat it leisurely and
enjoy it. Food ibalf-ohewed ia
bard to digest and does yon but
little good. Bulletin. ;
Uoertsinii Yitis $65,000 BsKs. .
Mooresville, July 8. A very
quiet election was held here today
to determine the issuance of bonda
to the extent of $65,000 for sewer
age, water extension and atreet
improvements. All three meas
ures carried by an overwhelming
majority. There were 410 votea
registered, and at the close 290
votes bad been cast, approximate
ly a aolid vote for the bonda,
there being only a few scattering
votes cast against it. The ma
jority claimed for the bonda ia:
State of Ohio, oity of Toledo, )
Lucas County, )
Frank J . - Cheney mares or
that ha ia' senior oartner 'o
firm of F, J, Cheney & O
busineas in the City
Oounty and State af
that said firm wij
of ONE HUNP
for eaoh and
I ioine Co.,
I by alldroggiita. Iby all diejiita, ; -
I tion will meet in. Morehead City,