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Christmas Holiday Round Trip Excarsfon
Rates M Southern Rail wai
The Southern serves the South
southern Railway will- soil low
rouLd trip Christmas Holiday
tukete to all point evnrv dar
December 16th to QRlh iin.,A
Hundreds of People Daily are Visiting
Dr. H G Heiligjvho fell down
hii offioe steps several wteka ago
aad broke his hip, is able to be out
on crutches. He left for Char
lotte this morning.
Friday evniug tbe barn on 0.
M. Miller's let on North Maiu
Street, was destroyed by fire. The
fire oompany kept the flames from
spreading to other buildings.
W. 0. Lisk, one of the wide
awake revenue c ffioers, is kept? at
god to return until midnioht f home in Morcau Townshin with
Janua.y 10th, 1916 an attack o small nn, Mr
Round trip uokets will aliobe r.s.t'..n. i,
will soon be restored to health.
so'd to points in Illinois. To.
Mmnessota and other Northwest
8peod your holiday vaoakioi
with fiieuda and loved- one?
Travel via Southern Railway
Fast through trains, through
Bleeping oars and dimng oars tr
all points Let ns route ycu by
the beet and quickest echrdulpB.
For full information, ihd
Pullman reservations and fares to
A fire originated Sandsy morn-
ing in the Heilig tuilding on
South Main Street being remod
eled for use by T, -ML Kesler. The
fire company wis soon rn the
scene and extinguished the flames
fhefire probably started by spon
taneous combustion, there 'being
any point ask any Agent Southern 8om oil? ra8 P1' d n heap on
itau way, or write, ine noor.
K. H. Dx Butts, D. P. A.,
Charlotte, N. O.
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The community Christmas tree
has be n erected in front of the
old oourt house. It will be lit un
with eleotrioity but will not be
loaded with presents The city
church bells will ru g at 6 o'clock
iud the ttee will theu be lighted,
we suppose Friday evening.
J. H. Mingers has resigLed as
3 ULty game warden.
The State Dental Examiners
will mtet in Salisbury January
18th for a three days' session.
The People' Fair is bow busy
paying eff their premiums and
have arranged for another fair
Mrs. J. M. Morgan, who wts
about 29 years old and had bee;
ill w.th consumption ff r s me
time, died at her home on N rth
Long 8treet Saturday morning and
leaves a husband and five small
children. The fotseral took pine
from the home Sunday morniig,
Rev. Byron Clark officiating Tht
interment was in Chestnut Hi!
8nnday, December 12b, Jacl
Bailey of Woodleaf, died in a bee
pital in Texas after an operatio
for appendicitis. His reman e
were shipp d t( Woodleaf and tb
funeral washeld there last Wed
nesday. Robert S . Sigman, an ex ei gi
neer of the Southern, one of tl
Oldest in the service, died at hi
heme in Spencer early this mm,
ing from the effects of Biiiit'
disease. He was 80 years o'd ai.d
the fnneral was held at hie late
residenoe this afternoon and bis
remains will be shipped to Char
lotte tomorrow mcrnicg whsxe the
interment will take jplace. He
has a splendid record as to dt -portmet
t in the railway service(
He leaves several brothers and 8
sister to mourn their loss.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing -it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
The Qainine drives out malaria, the
Uoa failds up the system. 50 cent?
the RAYO Gives!
ITS glow is so soft
andbright that you
can read all evening
without tiring your
Miss Lillian Ford, daughter oi
J. R. Ford, and Olan Lonn. all r.f
TheErwin-Hix Shoe Company Lexington, accompanied by Rev
are now preparu e to shin its t rt t j j ,
stock of shoes to Baden, where tdiy afternoon at tlu
they will re-open for business. homft nf Mr fcnd MrH r-aWin r-
Don't forget the Farmers' Un tingen South Lej Street.
ion meeting at Oak Grove Decern-I At a party at the home of Dr.
ber 8081 r.nj mm w w iu,ir
I UU lull, Tf . ,1. OHlMUI- jri"
St. John's Lutheran ooDgrega-I tsrday evening annouueem m t, . i
won has finally decided to at one the coming marriage of h.:
proceed with the remodeling and charming daughter, MUu E,:.z.
additions to their house of wor betb. to Peter A. Wallen! -uvo .
Every one seems to betaking advantage of the wonderfully low prices wc
quote this season. -
Belowej we list a few suggestions in gifts for Men and Boys. Each and
everyone marked prices. We have planned this Christ
mas that every purchase made at this big store must be a "Bargain," nothing less.
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Men's Suits and Overcoats
Every nan ; wants a good suit
si Cbrisfmas day. We ;a're off er '
insj tbe: incu of Rjwan and scr
rouiidiug connties .the mcstj won
dbrful vaiuea in Suits and Over
ooats ivr. put before the people
for ele itkMi . AJi we ask i s a
look. WhffiiBj$aHsbuy drop. in
at the big'itoreo'big vafues and"
s'-in on one of tn-se" wonderful
bargain Suits fti d Ooctat.:; v-d
it youi dou't fii.d irdt-Wii
chsuce of lH-t m-,' do
.The House of Kuppeohdmet
$6, $6.50, $7; $7. 50, $8,
Boy's Suits and Overcoats
v!-tWhy throw away ycur mor
ey on worth lets gifts fbrboys
when they oau be made equal
if as happy ou Christinas
morning with a new suit cr ov
ercoat. Think hov happy a
little chap can be made to f el
if he 6nds a i ice. new suit to
jump ii.to cn Chrietmas m r i
ing. Yen will find our eL tire
sti ck marked at especially l( W
prices, a few of the wondf-rJuN
U low prices y u will Bi d i i s feel-
w : -
$1.98, $2.50f $2.98.
$3.00 and $3.50
lace's Bi Store.
If in need, don't fail
to loot over the wons
derf ul line that is be
ing shown at Wals
50 cents to $1.00.
ship on North Main Street. Th
iwork will cost in the neighbor
hood ofr $15,000 and of this amount
something like $12,000 hae al-
is the most popular
kerosene lamp ever
because it gives a clear,
powerful, mellow light
because it is easy to
clean and light
because it is durable,
good looking and
Use Aladdin Security
Oil or Diamond - White
Oil to obtain best results
in Oil Stoves, Lamps and
The Rayo is only one
of our many products
that bring comfort and
economy to the farm
Matchless Liquid Gloss
Standard Hand Separator
Eureka Harness Oil
Mica Axle Grease
If your dealer does not
carry these, write to
our nearest station.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
W.hinto4. D. C. CharlotteN. C.
Norfolk. V. vnarieuii. - -w-
was made. Ths marriage -u
take piece in J,une.w :
Vance Bettis of Cbarlrtte aid
Miss Alice Reamey of Dat vsv,
were married in Salisbury Wed-
Something ;aJ;w ;a y
wanted '; on ; "Clirtetmas
morning-a nice .clean
shirt. Not. a" bad gft,
either, if .y QU ! 4tdp i;o
think oi it. c We are - of
fering some vfndjerful
'Bargains at dtfd aiid f 1
J, B, STETSON CO.
One of our big leaders,
our hat stock We have
the;largest and most com
plete line of Hats in the StateJaudjWe.have marked
them at wonderfully low prices for the holidays.
They range from
98c to the well-knownhat of
J. B. STETSON $3.50
ready been pledged. It it pro -
poisd to begin work as soon ueadar erenii.tz. the oerem. n
a 11 . a 1 .1 I
me unnstmafl nonaaye as 1DP :ng performed by Rev. T F. Mar
weather will p-rmit. A inoderi ptBtor 0f pif6t Methcri;:--
Sunday school annex will be one J Churob.
of the principal things gained by ' n......
the proposed work. Lr ...a w v
1a Bu oi va Aua atu ur s.- . .
Rimer, of Silisborv, bu-J Lec
fourth annual livestock exhibit of Qocdman. of tbe U .icu Cnn.-h
the North Carolina Liveetcck Asbo. I ueighborhbod, took pl?c9 fcii'ur
u uo u'u iu Dinibuij 'uhi) i day mgnt at Liexiugs: n, it v:v- e.
25 to 28. A number of liberal riL.awv affair, lb ev hav u:- : v
prizes have been ar.rangd. friends who wish tbm rot.-h U y .
Oar good friend, H, 0. Hwiibar-I r.v. q. y pasto t i'a,
ger of St. Paul's Church neigh Avenue Method. st Choreb, l
borbood, has placed ob ui der ot irived in the oity Friday at'tr:i- 1 1
ligations for a lot of nice puddii g from a.fisit to bis old h ma u. n-
mush. Thank you good friend. (aiteru parfc Lf feLe Stat
' The publio sohools of tbe citv brought with him a ' r d Mrs
have suspended for the Christ mat Vick was former ,3? At..
holidays to resume January 8 Elizabeth PitU, daughter ot M
The olocing day was marked by J. J. Pitts of Spriug Ho 1 b-
Christmas neroiaes at all tbe ceremony was perfoimeu lasit w
echccl buildings. Superintend- nesday evening. Membtr of si r.
ent Allen announced that the Viok'a cor gregatiou gave b:m & a
- . . i : I - J I . fix.
white .onoolB uad reaoned an en- nis oriue a royai reception . i ney
We must vacate the building, occupied by us
January' 1st and- will start at once a sale that
will move everything in our store in a few
days. Now is the time to buy nice goods for
less money than lias ever been offered.
rollment of more that 1.8C0.
which 1 ft i
Plies Zw e ' - 6 In " 4
ioar drngrsnst wil i ft i not i
OINTMENT fails io tart cn, 's
BHnd, Bleedins of ProtrudJk 'Jnw-v.
Tbe first application .gives fuse i a ,
will live iu the parsons k
i 1. 1 i i i
nn t 1 1 anol lant mha Ta und nin it.' ?
stanos near sne nanascm? ca acn iM;,
MEflitfof Coipplional Ctoche
which IB now nearmg c:mpleuui.-.
A TWICE TOLD TALE.
The State Aisooiation of Cod-
eresatioual onurohee opened a
One of Interest to Oar Readers.
JOHN n. BROWN,
Fitting Glasses a Specialty
Relief or no Pay.
Ewninitjoo WittJoat Orugs or Drops.
China Gbovb N. C."b2-1
Peoples' national Bask
Salisbury, S. .
Does General Banking Business
Wi PAY FOUR PER CENT on time de-
Good I ew bears repeating, &nd J
when it is confirmed af er a loin !
two days' session in Ibis 6ity Fri Uple of time, even if we hesitated j
day night with a sermon at the to believe it at first hearing, w
feel secure iu accepting ns trui t ;
old court house by Rer. ID. Ly ,10w. Th following exp&neuc.
man Hood, president of the At jf a Salisbury man is confirmed i
lauta Theological Seminary, one after saven years : j
of the leading institutions of tbe lfiJ0 J.M- repairer,
n t- i nu u - 180 N. Mam St , Sili8hury6av: !
Congregational Church in Amen- . x luffered 8everely roui back-1
o. Dovotionat ezercijei were Bohe and peine aoross mv loit a. 1
conducted by Rev. J. K. Higgin. I couldn't get out of bed. D
both am of Albemarle llfid closed HU bad greatly rehvd
one oi toe family of bid f-y
The business sessions bAfran Sat-1 . , ...
- ' " i jk ww aniM tnnni tna nmn in
urday mormog , with the election my baok and I was scon w!l."
of officers wbioh resorted a fol (Statement given Jann&r? 6 h,
lows: -moderator, Rer. I B; 908). Oi Maroh 10ib, 1915, Mr.
Thrall. Aiheville; scribe. Ber J. ArJ??,',!1 bv"' hud tl
That sold for S 15.00 now
'$10.00 Hats now
8 00 Hats uow ;
- 6,50 Hats now
5.00 Hats now
3.00 Hats now
2.00 Hats now '
117 00 Furs now
13.00 Furs now
8.00 Furs new
0.00 Furs now
2.00 Wurs now
50c .nd 75o goods
Soq and 40c goods
10- cent goods
E realize that it takes prices to clear up a stock and we will make
Ridiculous Prices while we have anything left. EVERYTHING
M U -T BE SOLD. You will not fiad such values for yaur money as wev
are giving in North Carolina. -Don't forget the place.
i n & r-
K. Higginbothaoi, Alhemtftej.
sate io an b A.iauey rills 'or a
Intis timA T .till
mwruteiDi. j-v -;-T--T- ibmu, uafuwn tot Dit meaiouie lor Kidufiv
- . ' r ' southern rmeB.
Tour busine sf solicited.
CCT peoples National Dank
John 8. Henderson, J. D.Norwood,
f resident. cashier.
1, W. T. Busby.
V-rraident. Asst. eaahier
Other bminess of the . d$y see rncfl 603, at all dealrs . Don't,
sion included the reception of the ply ik for a kidney rmndv
8.U.bor, Cong,t,jnrCboh KSySJ
anaiM r, . w, . xo. ter-Milburn Co., Props , Buffalo,
tera into the association, IM.Y.
Salisbury N;' C;
120 per yard I
10c pTr yard II
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