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CX a. STEWART, Editor and Owner
r ttt2hed Erery Wednaday,
t2 Wert Innf Street
. . . . . $ JS
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Tte Frogpesfa Burner, I year, LOO
AO 3 for a yetr each, only $150
i matter January
t9th, IKS ct the post oifiea at Salisbury.
Baliabury, N. C, Nov.ip, '15.
A Salisbury br wery would do
more to advertise the town than
moit anything that could be es
tablished here, that is. if adyertis
iag is the only thing desired.
Oar old friend Ool. Wm, Jen
Dings Bryan is expected to be in
Salisbury and deliver ao oratioal
oration in the old oourt house on
the sight of the 18th, At least
so it is reported.
The State Joies 160,000 in the
Raleigh fire. How oome the
State carries a stook of paper like
this? Printers at other plaoes are
glad to carry the stook to get the
work. This State printing game
is one of tha most useless and
wasteful appropriations the State
There are a lot of newspapers in
this country like sheep. Their
editors would throw a fit should
they discover an original idea
meandering about in the vast va
cuum bulb carried aloft. We
haven't much ovr a dozen news
papers in jhe State, the balance
In speaking of, 'Congressman
Claud Kitchia's position relative
to President Wilson's program of
preparedness for war, The Char
lotte Observer says fa leader out
of harmony with the views of the
President on so grave question
would be a misfit," but our neigh
bor fails to tell us of the cod se
quences when the President is out
of harmony with the leaders of
the party. Mr. Wilson was on
of harmony with about 95 per
oent. of the party when he vetred
the immigration bill, and, if he
lives up to the rule laid down
then, he must have all legislation
wait till the party or the people
unanimously demand action.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
four druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.
The first applicatioa gives Base and Rest. 50c
Chestnut Hill Council, No.
26, Jr. O. D. A. M., having
won the banner offered by
the State Council for the
greatest number of new mem
bers obtained last year, will
be presented with same on
the evening of Friday, No
vemberl9th. Several of the
state officers of the order will
be present on the occasion.
The exercises will take place
in the old court house and a
number of speecqes will be
Qet tid of Those Poisons In Your Sys
You will find brt K-ng's New
L fe Pills a most satisfactory lax
ative in releasing the poisons from
y.ur system. Accumulated waste
rand poisons cause manifold ail
ments unlesi released. Dizziness,
spots before the eyea, blackness
and a miserable feeling generally
are indications that yen need Dr
King's New Life Pills. Take a
dose tonight and yon will experi
ence graceful relief by morning.
lnvigoidiing to the Pale and Sickly
The QIC Standard general strengthening ton'o.
GROVES TASTELESS chill TONIC.drives out
Malarii,enriches the blood, builds up the system,
A Use i onic. For adults and children. 60a
Malaria er Oiiiils & Fern
Prescription No. 666 is prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will no(
return. It acta on the liver better the a
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
Our Letterheads can't be m atoned ji
price, quality or orfcmansbi
The real tialisbury Printing Offio
West Innes Street, up staitb
Ditto billheads, note beads, state
ments, envelopes, etc
Fine Frostproof Cabbage Plants by paroei
post. Jersey Wakefield, Char,
leston Wakefield aud Succession.
1.0C0 for $1 00 postpaid 100 for
15o postpaid. R. O . Park, Ulab,
N. 0. B-10-t.
DESPAIRING ' WIFE
Of course erery one sympathizes
with the News and Observer in its
big loss by fire Saturday. This is
ti second heavy loss sustained by
the Observer, but it, l:ke the big
paper thpt it is, has not missed
a i issue. It takes the very best
kind of grit to go ahead under
such adversities, but Phce jix like
the Observer comes out of the
ashes eaoh time stronger and more
determined than ever.
Read Thi Watchmaw and Rxcobd
The Ouinine That Does Not Affect The Head
Bee -ose of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Qmmne and does not canse nervousness nor
ncginc in head. Remember the fall name and
for the signature a E. W. groK. 25c
After Four Year cf Discouraging
Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gare
Up in Despair. Hatband
Caat to Rescue.
Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter
from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows: 'i suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles,' and during
this time, I could only sit up for a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
an. At times, I would have severe pains
in my left side
The doctor was called in, and bis treat
ment relieved me for a while, but I was
soon confined to my bed again. After,
that, nothing seemed to do, me any good, j
I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle of
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com
menced taking it From the very first
dose, I could tell it was helping me. I
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
troubles, don't give, up in despair. Try
Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped
more than a million women, in its 50
years of continuous success, and should
surely help you, too. , Your druggist has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom
mend it Begin taking Cardui today.
Write to: Chattaoooea Mlrlnn 0 I HIm
Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Term., for Speciai
Instructions .n your case and 64-pag book. Home
treatment rar women, sent in plain wrapper. J-63
om of the Belk'a twelve stores that buy goods very cheap for two reasons: First,
wd bay in very large quantities an i for GAH. We bay cheap and sell cheap.
This is why yoa should al aya see what we have and get our prices.
Cottou goods are still ad?ancing and
will probably be much highsr. We are
well supplied afc old prioe, aad we are
selling some cotton goods much oheaper
than we can buy same goods now.
Lot of best grad3 of calico in
short lengths for 3 12
Sslitbury made chevoit best lOo
, grade solid blue only in short
length 2 to 15 yd sold only by
piece price per yard 60
Best 12i Outing for 8
Lit of dark outing very best
quality dress styles for 8o
tf xtra heavy cotton flannel for only lOo
Lightir weight canton for 7 1-2c
Nioe heavy quality of grey and
red outing for underwear for 10o
A to cheaper grade at 7 1-2o
lOo colored border ourtain for only 5o
Special Table Damask
' Salisbury made' floe meroeris
ed table damask 64 and 72 in
wide b isutiful patterns made
of the finest sea Island cotton
yarns price 45 and 48o '
Special Value in Woolen
82 iuch half wool serge for only 25c
50c 86 inch serge in black two
or three shades of blu, red
atid etc , our flpeoial price ' 39c
Fine all wool serge 36 inches
wide extra nioe quality of serge
Exceptionally fine drees goods in .
blaok and colors for '.98 o
-Yard wide 75a black taffeta spe
cial for 59c
Yard wide seoo silk in light blue
pink and etc, for 25c
50c 86 inch orepe- de-chine for 39o
75c yard silk poplin in all the
popular oolors for 50c
Coat Suits, Coats and Mil
linery Big lot of new fall coat suits just
put on ss le and bought at a sac
rifice. Mostly blue popular
size! suits worth up to 15.00
and 20.00 our special prioe 9.48
Big selection of suits at
Women and Children'
Big lot of oheap coats of all kinds.
rmx, , TRADE AT
ISALISBYRY. . C.
Mr. Owen SlaitellL m
ChambersB, rOweOi who
tho civil ser violxVm jtiattau , . iii
S 4 1 Ubury, " MarcXf I5ib, Jf j- de
partrautaciefktts tr uumrwas
ii, si a iioej lve.f oret.tO' d n the he-.d
ot ie elifciblejs't "for Norh ( ar
liua. havibg-j'JBt r-cuned such
notice from th Civil Service Com
missiou. Mr. O ven rande 100 01.
arithmetic, 92 ou ;p'!hi;j a dan
average of 82 p"iuti oa a i"ial cf
;x "ubjts Thss dcae n- JBsnr
him of an appoint ui-i)t, but
oftnsen him to I h vpry lirr-fn
Mr 0en ha alav md kp. en
did recorde when sta??d'pg these
examinations aid he has many
friendshere who hpehewill get
an appoiutmfM t afc an early day.
Tie Carolina Watchnian
Tie Rowan Record
Wot upon Pain !
Pain Is a; visitor to .every home and
usually it cornea quite unexpectedly. But -.
you are prepareiote'very meirgeacy i
you keep a small bjbttle 6i ' Sloan's f.v
Liniment handy. .Kit lithe greatest
pain killer ever discovered.
Simply laid on the skin
no rubbing required It drives
the pain away instantly. It is
Making a Fine SemN Weekly, !
will have a ;
( C ?sn
SatirJaj, November 27.
Watch Your Mail
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For new watches, jewelry and
repairs at reasonable prices, g,,
to the drag store at O-anite
Qaarry, cr tc R. L. BROWN,
No. 6, Salisbury N. C.
10-27 6 m. W. pd.
The work of erecting the
new Holmes' Memorial
Methodist church is now in
CHAS. S. JULIAN,
10 27 8m Balieburr, N 0
Olir Second Sheets should be iD every
office, 40o per 1000 'he real
Salisbury Printing Office, 120
West Innes Street, up stairs.
Morfj&ae Sale o! House M Lot la East
' - . Speacer.
Pursuant to thd'puwers contained m
a certain mortgage det'd of trust eir-
.cutjpd'by Sanf jid Huiraton, and'iife
tfi6benna;ll airstoij jgeJ . Jicsetoan',
xrustes on ne, zon aay ot 'na7vi"19iSt 1
and ieccd4 iQ 'boofeNo47 Page 201
in the Hegist'ei'dr Peeda oftleeof Row-
via a County N. O. , default having been
phiaxte in the payment ortha mdebted
tefs which "sid o ort gage deed of tust
rae given to -si&idtiie under
Irigned '-trustee prnto the hiehest
iddeMorfiasht the cmirt house donr
Mp&lfy$tf0U-, at 12 o'clock m , on
M;isw3nh dv o December,
JJIS - The' 'TWlowing d83ribed real
? property in the town of East Spencer:
beginning at a slake the North Eeant
c orner of the inc-i .-action of Washing
i -on Ave. and Brown Stret t and runs
j thence alorg the lin- of Hrown Str-et
j fsouth 34 1-40 Y est 200 le? t to a stake
thence bouth 6tav 12;i-t 659 f et to a
stake on the bank of Crane Creek;
thence alorg and with the mander
ings of Cranp Creek ab ut 200 feet,
more or less to a s ake on Washington
Ave. ; thence at .out North 36 ie west 733
feet to the beginning ; rontaining lots
Mos 4,5, 6 7, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,
22,23,24 and 25. same being 15 lois
known as part of the Haden Tra:t,
and lying South Kast of Long Street in
East Spencer and adjoining the lands
of Harvey Bernhardt, Henderson and
Another tract of land adjoining the
above described tract nnd being lot No.
50 in the Spring Hill Tract of land as
appears on Henderson and Woodson
map of same and bounded as follows:
Beginning at a stake the North corner
of lot No. 51, and runs thence North
55de East 4.75 chains to a stone the
West corner of lot No. 50; thenae
South 40de East 10 50 chains to the
Creek at a stone thb South aorner of
lot No. 49 thence by the Creek as it
meanders to a stont the South corner
of lot No. PI ; thense North 40ie West
! with the line of lot No 51 11.50 chains
to the beginning ; containiif $ve and
one quarter asres, more or le5s. Re
serving a strip cf land on the North
side of the last named tract to be u.-ed
os a roadway and always to be kept
apen fr the benefit of all lots on the
Spring Hill Tract.
This October 26th. ,'915.
E. J RogKMAjf. tnstee.
Open up the first week of-the hew month with
"VALUES EXTRAORDINARY." We adhere to
our old standard of straight-forward, Clean and
"TRUTHFUL" advertising, selling all goods as
advertised. It is with this standard that we have
gained our "REPUTATION" and won the confi
dence of the people in this community.
Every one knows that the old reliable firm of
V. Wallace and Sons, after giving "x ifty Years of
'Satisfaction," will never lower it's standard by
FALSE' advertising. What we say it is-IT IS!
We have rn hand a wonderful
and most complete stock of suit
ranging in price fmm $8.50 on
through to $25 00 Y.-u will fiud
these suits to I e of exceptionally
fin value. fa I eyond o imparison
wih any other lin of suits in the
which we especially call your at
tention to, is the wonderful value
place before you at
Men's hevy weight Uud?rweir,- fluc-
linei and ribbed Bis gadef. tin kind
that, sells everywhere at 50j the garment .
Oir sp jcial price
Ym will fi id here abmt 50 Hn' Fine
Hats, the kHd that sell for $1.50 and
$2 03. We will close thse out this week
5" D.zen P ne Qnlisy Pure Linen
Handkerchiefs, a good Vilae at 253. Oar
ipeoial price for this week
75 Dnien 10c and 12v Handkerchiefs.
Special for this week
On the Bargain
You will fini a ifirgo tj8ortmnfe
of mu8 Odd Cca s mu) Vena
from m'sm l'-chd aad broken
suits, aah md vory can vmi will
find tD 1)8 an -ex33onil value
wh'ch e will e'es 'at iit
W have on pale Mi
100 D za f e pre
N-okwesr. Thi-j N
; BflVn ft b"ut
B ( f M(
i en 8
r v u
will fin 1 to be the ku d --but 8!!s
everywhere at 25 j id 5').;V Our
special rrice for thi w k
S methii:gr neat at;1 up feo-date
in Boys Knt-e Phi mj cnite, the
kir.d yn Huy ele wh re at $4.00
and $5.00 We hav , thtos on
We sell all goods as advertised. You will find 11$. ever ready to live up to
any ad you may read.
V. WALLACE & SOS?
"Ail Goods Sold AAdtforiiaed V
Branch tores Charlotte and Greensboro.