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Prompt atten ion given' to any busi-
cess entrusted to us.', ' . .-
Your business solicited. v;
0 Peoples National Dank
John 8. Henderson, J. D."Norwood7;
president. - cashier.
I. L. Gaakill, W. T. Busby,
A sit, mIi!'"
Sale of Valuable Beal Estate. -
Pursuant to the provisions conteined
in a certain mortgage trust deed ex
ecuted on October 23, 1911 by JrT.
Hall and wife. Katie Hall, to J. D.
Doisett. trustee add mortgagee which
is duly recorded-in the. office of the
Register or Deeds for Kowan Uounty
in Book of Mortgages No '43, page 179,
default having been made in the fay
ment of the noe therein 'secured' and
at the requet of the holder of said note,
the undersigned will expose for sale at
public auction for cash at the court
house aoor.m tne cuy ui oantDiry,
North Carolina, on . -
Saturday, the 15 day of Mav, 1915,
at the hour of 12 M., the following de
scribed real estate, si' uate at Bpeucer
N J- and described by metes and
bonds, as follows :
Beginning at the corner of a twelve
foot alley on Whitehead Avenue, at a
point 202 feet S. 87 degrees 45 minutes
W . from the intersection or rnira
Street and Whitehead Avenue, run
ning along sail Whitehead Avenue 110
feet to the middle or a straight ditch
be the same more or less thence in
southeasterly direction along said
straight ditch 314 feet-more or less, to
a stone in the edge or Hudson venue
and on a southeastern line of lot No
13, ISO feet more or less to a stake at
iutersection of a twelve v ot all?y and
Hudson Avenue more or less, thence
in a northwesterly direction, along the
line nf said alley 240 feet more or less
to the beginning corner, being lots "5
and 6 and part? of lots 7, 12 and 18, in
block 9 of the Whitehead addition to
the town of Spencer, N. C.
This the 9th day of April. 1915.
J D Dorsktt,
trustee and mortgagee.
John L. Rendleman, attorney.
Valuable Landi For Sale.
Pursuant to the terms of a certain
mortgage trust deed executed by
Alexander M:ore and wife, Annie
Moore, to the undersigned, J. D. Dor
sett, trustee and mortgagee, on the
20th day of July. 1911, whjoh is duly
recorded in the office of the Register
of Deeds for Rwan County in Book of
Mortgoges No 47, page- S.o. 242, de
fault having been made in the pay
ment of the note therein secured, and
at the request of the holder of the note
therein secured, the underpinned will
expose for sale at public auction for
eash at the court house door in Salis
bury, N. C, on
Thursday, 6th day f Mav, 1915,
at the hour of twelve M., the follow. ng
described rear estate:
Lying about one and one-half miles
east of Salisbury, N.C. , about one
fourth of a mile of the Southern Rail
way, adjoining the lands of Nancy
Moore, ; on the eastsidg-Isckson
Moore on west side, hmii7 'n
subdivision of the lands of "Jackson
Moore and Nancy Moore.
: Beginning at a stake 'Nancy Moore's
"corner, thence South 28 dee: a. 28,
15 1 chains, to a stone Nancy Moore's
eomer, thence H 55 deg 15.19 chains
to a stone Jackson Moore's cornet,
thence N . 55 dag. E. 167 chains to the
beginning corner, containing 2.53
This the 31st day of March, 19 5.
James D. Dcbsbtt,
trustee and mortgagee.
John L. Rendleman, attorney.
rmmm qualified as administrator
uj Si estate of William Leonard,
del f, thi is to notify all persons
havrlfg claims against the estate to
present the same to the undersigned
for payment on or before March 17th,
1916, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will make
I rompt settlement.
This March, 17th, 1915.
VV. H. Lbomahd.
Farms and City Property,
Plots, Deeds. Maps, etc,
R. F. D. No. 6,
SALISBURY, N. C,
C. P. SHUPirJG
Farmers will find it to their
interest to see me when sells
ing their produce
We pay Highest Cash Price
for Chickens, Eggs and all
kinds of Produce and selling
you. groceries at tne very
Headquarters for Watkins
C. P. SHUPIHG.
Will cure Rheumatism, Neu
ralia, Headaches, Cram pg, Colic
Sprains. Bruises. Cuts. Burns: Old
Sores, Tetter, RingVWorm.-Ec
zema, etc, Aiifiseptic' AiiodyBfe.
used ic'tcrnaiiy of exteraatij. 2;
f, ... , -
Apri 1 2? -r-Veuai speu t;Wed n
day uighfc with J." M. VVyatt! at
Ream Park, Salisbury? J- -M
Wyati moved id his lisw retideno
fhursday nesr the Leiai.d granite
cuttiug shed. 'The .Ooltty Ibr ?fcb
era, of Obestuut Hill m'Ved hitb
with their big moving Tab..
Vmus got tome of the bear
sweet mi k at the Father Diry
ml nu she Western 1 Railroad, be
ever tasted. They get ltof o ilk
aud of ,; the very r Lest qua'ity tc
furnish their onstomers up towuV
Fisher -andt McGoml j isfc re
ceived au order for a large pair of
millatoues to go to Georgia.
R-v . aud Mrs. R: L. Bdvc
are visitiug their daughter Mrs ;
P A. Pee'er for several days
We met our old friend, J, A.;
Rid in Salisbury Hh is Unking
well aud hviug at Spencer uowJ
He formerly wued a big river bot
tom farm atd lived there f r many
years. Vwuus wet there m water
melou time to feast ou melous.
R J. Lawreuoe. of Seagrove(
N. C, Randolph Ocuuty, was fcfre
with a load of flue crockery ware.
It sold well.
V-mus visited the public library
in Salisbury aud found it iu good
J. T. Wyatt received an order
or more granite wiudjw sills and
leiifeels and is at work on them
with a force of bauds.
George Peeler has received wold
that one of bis boys at Newton
College, has just won a gold med-
l Our Faith boys sre coming to
Robert Ward, wife aud sister
visited at Rockwell, Saturday.
We saw a new store at Granite
Qaarry the other day for the. fits!
time. It went up between our vuits
and was built in a few days It be-
longs to D. G Russell aud he is
And For Three Summers Mrs. Yin
cent Was Unable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework.
Pleasant Hill, N. C. "I suffered for
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst
1 had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadful pains in my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on mc 1
would have to give up and lie down,
until it wore off.
I was certainly in a dreadful state, of
health, when 1 finally decided to try
Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firm!
Makes rain-water of the hardest water
and your clothes Ut go the dirt.
Red Devil Lye is' powdered, and dissolves in
etantly.. Is in 6ifting-top cans end you can uaa
much or little without waste. Hij the up -to-date
lye. No cutting of cans, no waiting. "
Voa wilt never use the cut-of-date
bull lye again, once you try Red
Get a can prove it to yourself.
ckiWrv ll: strkwbeie1i audi alsq'
.i.Zi. u I Uv PTa it
saoirDplieiTbai toarjy one on
receipt Of a twnTsiampr'
iBusipsjjsbrang to (ick
dp OQthegKuiie belt Besides
the wprk be is already dciug, J.
P.laiviaffdTpor3 ome 6tb-
extoiQe gtauite jobs that will bo
let out sooflW"onev- Tblf will
izm money oat on the granite
I Onl fellow told Venus todiy
that wlelT firohia.papef he
aever went to bed nutll be read
Jha Faith if m.
TCeSffrbbW base bait team
iZm ikt riyrmthfleam I but we I
u ... : Tho knvi silt
have fo tQ'tell us, again so we can
get the . iteaaighi and tell who it I
was. ' 7 The Faith boys wauts to
play acTne other -ball team, any
wbaiei ny lime
- The home eczema cure, recently
dttscvered, is provmg to be a good
thing. It only cots twentyfive
cents and the rccomn:eudatioLS
coming in is a proof that it is
fine. - Vends.
Wehad several fine showers
Sunday night and Monday. Ou
shower brought us a short d wn
poor of hail, bat do utt think it
did anv serious damage. We think
ihA drontbs is broken and the
ground waa well soaked as deep as
it was broken. Grauite Quarry, O. A. Sides 'of
.Mr. Morcan and bis wife. neejEsst Speucer, aud others, will be
flarrie Ganbla' have located at
Granite. Quarry. We think the
.nswly wedl were both fortunate
and we expeot them to be bappy
- .DavidL 9. Brown made a trip tc
Albemarle . Saturday, even id g
see his Son, Marcus, who is work-
believe I would have died If 1 hadn't
After I. began taking Cardui, 1 was
greatly fiejped, and all three bottles re
lieved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
stronger in 4hree months, 1 felt like an
other person altogether."
Cardui Is purely vegetable and gentle
acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
effect, on the womanly constitution.
Cardui makes for increased strength,
improves the appetite, tones up the ner
vous system, and helps to make pale,
sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today.
Write to: ChMtanooga Medtdn Co.. Ladles" Ad
vfsory.Dcpt., Chattanooga, Teaa for Special Jr
ttruetumi on your case and 64-page book. "Home
Treatment for Women," sent la plain wrapper. J-S
Ai rr a mat it
The Secret of a Good Figure
often lies in the brassiere. Hundreds of
thousands of women wear the Uien-Jolie
-raE?re for the reason that they regard it
- As nejeflsary as a corset. It supports the bust
.nd bju?k and pive9 the figure the youthful .
tliie Which fashion decrees.
are the daintiest, most serviceable garments
imaginable. Only the best of materials are
used for instance, "Walohn'T a flexible bon
ing of (rreat durability absolutely rustless
permitting laundering without removal.
They, come in all styles, and your local Dry
Goi.ds dealer will show them to you on re
quest. If he does not carry them, he can
easily get them for you by writing to us. Send
for an illustrated booklet showing styles that
are in high favor.
BENJAMIN & JOHNES
Warren Street Newark, N, J.
hard ot i
mafgreetings wUb : friends a4
revives, Rl Weber ( t ihe
fotmfid Ghurcfrl aave a Quo ride tor
Salisbury and Spencer . at d : baot
his new atomot e KMr. -w.rj
er atid; wiTegayVns tome
vooal. music. !
William Caable.'wha has. beei
confiued to his roam s o m
mouths, is uow able t6 beou
We think be ia iu fair y tof
gain 'is crigital h :alth and eiij y
line ror a iong4uui. ?
The stor ieu .a.- una giri
Mrxwell Holshcuf&r. . - -.
There waf !r boi gregatu n
at Odxistianautdayjiud we bd
auothr good sermon .
Luther 0. Brown is m the tur-
key raising bostuessj but wejear
he will have trvaWe with them, if
iifc should oout;i.ae wet. - Viola
The farmers are about through
l,ftl al.d ftre uow reatfy Xo
iinri:) cultivating their crop
The infant baby o J L Talbort
di d in las6 Thurtdsy and was
inrifl'l at Trading F rd cemetery
Tl i vcun(jt"ineii the neigh
borh'.i dtt h tryi g to rgauize a
base I all tbsui W ari turprised
Uh.fe thov havrt ut bun this
Yiki.n Uamp, w. u. w
w 11 have their anuual piouic oi.
Thursday, 18tb, which will
be-ascension day. The program
ts ab u oompleted aud. will be a
good one. Rev.. Breudall of
the sneakers for the occasion
tausio will be furuished by the
ladies auxiliary of Oedar Oam p
Bast Speuoer. The speaking aud
music will be iu the foreuoou
After dinner will be the races:
1st. Bicycle raoe. first prize 10
i'ad. Wh)el barrow, raoe first
priz 50 ceuts.
SrdjSaok race, first prise
4.h, Egg raoe, first prizi 5
6th, Three leiraed raoe. pria 6
6tb, Walking poll, cash pria
7tb, Auto race, no prise.
This will be the biggest daj
Trading Ford ever had and we
xpeot a thousand or HI tee u hun
dred hero, that day. Ice cold
drinks, ice cream, eto , will be on
the grounds. Lemonade will be
forui8hfld by toe o dr iree, Th
"publio is invited to attend aud
bring filled baskets. Come and
brine tn ebildren. Uur aim ts
especially to amuse the children.
Remember the I8sh and oome.
BASINQER'3 FROG1 POND.
Rev. 0. M. Ptokens, cf Speuoer,
preached an excellent sermon at
Liberty Sunday afternoon.
Co!.' John Owen does not seem
4o improve tnuoh, we are sorry to
J. W. Baaiuger expects to Rt
his divorce May 7. Lokout girls
the old gentleman will be around
Wilbert Troutman visits at W.
A Bradvaqiite often. We wist
him much success.
Misa Lillie Troutman visited at
W.'G Eagle's Sunday. -
John Trexler of Salisbury, and
Miss Daisy Miieuheimer of Rook
Welti visited at Esq G. At Trex
ler's. Sunday afteruoou.
. Glenn Trexler viiits it W,. A.
Eagles quite ofteu.
0. L. Webb of the St. Pauls
oommuuity, visited at J. A
fifady's Sunday, and was delived
in getting home ou account of the
rain. Clodh ppeb.
; Plies Cured in 6 to U Days. ;
Vonr draekist will refund money' if'PAZO
1 ttNTMENT fails to" Cure' 'iiy case oi ItcMnv,
Mad, Bleeding or Protrudii g Piles in6toUdays.
S first application gives Sase end Rest 50c.
Mao Takes His Own MedlnJne U
, He has absjluu faith, in his
medicine he knows when he takes
it for certain ailmeue gets re
lief , l?eopji 4f ho. takpjfevKlj ug's
th i t cough;6pr wiVKsPvttJiMAte
iha4iuingthe thtoasr: kilt the
gerflasr-attdropAu - tbe V way j so:
datura to act. You oft 8
if Cold by superficial treat meu.tr-;
yctr:inrnV-(Cr" tr tb; cause -.clcihe
trouble. Be u optimist. Gt a
"boftte'ef Dr. KVog's New Discnvj
Here PJ the f veilfig f W-I lltli. Aa
iicuiiiH'ffleiia. r , -:. -
- Thi Redpalb XJhautauqna began
inalisburyWueldlsyt afternoon t
Below ; is Jthe ; daily program Jor
theoniiug att.ractiona : . -
Program begins promjptly,
Ohildreus Hoar, 4:15 p. m.
Moroing Luoture, 11 :00 a. m.
Afternoon Mosio, 3:80 p. m.
Afternoon L9Ctnret 4:00 p. m.
;Eveuing Musi., 8:0Q p, m.
Evening Entertainment 8 -80
p m . :
? Alice Neilsou program will begin-
promptly at 8:00 p. mv
i Honrs subjeot to chacge by an
nouncement. TUESDAY AFTERNOON.
Grand Concert, the Masio Mak
ers . . . .. . . - . -
Admission 85c, Children ltio.
Concert, The Masio Makers,
Lecture, Hungry People,"
Sylvester A. L ug.
Admission 253, Children 15o.
Concert, The Sayrantffs.
Interpretative, "The Man from
Home," Wells Watson Ginn.
Admission 25j, Children 15c.
Concert, The Savranoffa.
Lecture, "Taking , Stock of a
Town," Frank Dixou.
Admlssiou 85 , Children 15o.
Lecture, "Finest of the Fine
Arts,' Dr. Charles E. Barker,
Admission 25 o, Children 15o.
Mucicil Reoital, Signor Giehs-
Leoture, "How to Live a Hun
dred Years," Dr. Charles E .
B i rker.
Admission 85;, Children 15o.
Moderu Dramaf "The Servant
in the House." William Owen and
Company. - .
Admission 75 j, Children 85c.
FRIDAY, M jBNING. '
Children's Hear, Indian Folk
rales and Folk Dauoes, Mis Vi
Lecture, "A Man's Thinking
aud His Nition," R E Pattison
Admission 25o. Children 15 i.
FRIDAY, AFTERN JON.
Concert, Otooenral Club.
Lotu-e, 'The Disease of Demo
iraoy," R. E. Paitison Kline.
. Admission 25s, Children 15
Concert, Orobescral Club.
Eutertainmeut, Magi?, Taber,
The Miracle Man.
Admifeiiu 50c, Children 253.
Chsldren's Hour, Russian Folk
Tales aud Folk Dances, Miss Vi
Leoture, "A Man's Thinking
and HisJChildren," R. S, Patti
Admission 25?, Children 15o.
Grand Concert, Signor Palla
ria aud His Band .
Admission 50c, Children 253.
' SATURDAY, EVENING.
Giand Concert, Signor Pallaria
and His Band.
Admission 50o, Children 25o.
MjNDAY, M &NING.
Children's Hour, German Folk
Tales and Folk Danoes, 'Mis Vi
vian Ditto -
LctuTe, "A Man's Thinking
tnd His Sjciety," R. E. Pattison
.Admission 25j, Children 15c
M NDAY, AFTERN XJJ.
Concert, Christine Giles Bi .g
bam and Cc.
Leoture, "Politioal Patrio
tism, "Gv. A eh ton C. Shallen
bsrgef, of Nebraska
Admisnoc 50s, Children 25o.
If NDAY, EVENING.
Jo.v Night, A Mixture of Fan
and Muiio, Ralph Bingham and
Christine GilesBingham aud
Admission 50o, Children 25c.
TUESDAY, M RN1NG.
Children's Hour Scaadivanian
Folk Tales and Folk Dances, Mies
Dramatic Lecture, ' 'The Marty
dom of Fools," Thomas Brcoks
Admiss-ou 50o, Children 25c
, TUESDAY, EVENING.
Song Recital, Alice Neiiaan.
OnaCol the World's most noted
prima donnas .
Admission $i .CO, Children 506. .
- Admission to Children's' Hour
free to all.
Kimball Pianos are used and
fwomimpded"' by " the Rrdpath
Just Received At
Spring Goods, General line White
Goods, Gingham, Shoes, Pants,
Overalls, etc, - r"
Wlieu in need of Dry Croods, Shoes, HatB, Caps, No
tioos, Crockery, Groceries, Tinware and about every
thing kept in a general store, come to see me.
FarniPrs are invited to
ters while in the city. Very truly,
:;- W-. W. TAYLOR,
I facilities for the care and protection of
Ji your Money are modern in ever respect,
vjf The many new depositors we are gaining
fa indicates a growth of this bank which will
permit au added and larger usefulness to the com
IT"I- Is it not foolish to keep your money in your
house where you will always fear it may burn, or
where a burglar may break in and p teal it and kill
you at the game time?
We pay four per cent., interest, compounded
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