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Bones of Lonsi Buried Md Removed From
Path of Progress.
The last resting places, of
the dead have to give way to
modern improvements. This
from the lyiorgaiiton corres
pondent the Greensboro
"The Western Poer Com
pany (the ne me by which the
branch of the Southern Pow
Company in this section is
known) has recently moved
the old Coriley graveyard on
Paddy's creek to a nil! near
Bridcrewater. The entire
vallev where the graveyard
was located will be flooded
when the proposed dam on
Linville river is buit. The
Conleys are and have been
for over a century among the
most prominent people of
this and adjoining counties.
Several interesting discover
ies were made in moving the
graveyard. One man's home
made shoes were found to be
almost as good as when he
was buried 50 years ao; the
skull of . another (unknown)
was found face downward."
This from a recent issue of
the Albemarie Enterprise:
"Remains are being remov
. ed from several hundred
graves in family graveyards
in the Badin vicinity. In
many of the graves are found
the roots of trees and other
vegetation that have penetra
ted the decaying coffins and
bones of those long since de
Darted. The wrk ot remov
ing dead near Badin is taking
place in order to clear that
large portion of land that is
to be flooded when the dam,
now in process of construe
tion at the Narrows, is com
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will
be pleased to learn that there is
at least one dreaded disaase that
science has. been able to cure in
all its stages, and that is Catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh be
ing a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and
giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that
they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
Italian Cabinet Resigned Sunday.
Londan, June 11. The Italian
cabinet, headed by Premier Sal
andra, resigned today. This
action of the ministry resulted
from the failure of the Italian
Chamber of Deputies yesterday
to pass a vote of confidence in the
government after the presenta
tion of the Budget of the Minis
try of the Interior.
A Rome dispatch, received
here doday by wireless telegra
phy, said the ministerial crisis
would soon be ended. All politi
cal parties, it was contended, fa
vored a national ministry con
taining Baron Sonnino. the Min
ister of Foreign Affairs, and the
present military ministers.
Will my Child Take Dr. King's New Discovery?
The best answer is Dr. King's
New discovery itself. Its a pleas,
ant sweet syrup, easy to take
It contains the medicin s which
. r m
years oi experience nave proven
best for Coughs and Colds.
Those who have used Dr. King's
New Discovery longest are its
best friends. Besides every bot
tle is guaranteed If you don't
get satisfaction you get "your
money back. Buy a bottle, use
as directed. Keep what is left
for Cough and Cold insurance.
An Unusual Pig.
New Bern, June 11 -Ltiby
Sauls, a resident of the Fort
Barnwell section of this county,
is the owner of a pig- that is at
tracting considerable attention
up around that section. The
porker in--question is equipped
with six feet and has twenty toes.
The animal is one of the great
est curiosities in that section.
When it walks one is reminded of
a centipede and it can cover
ground just about as fast as one
of those insects.
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives oat
Mai aria, enriches the blood, and builds np the sys
tem. Atone tonic. For adults and children. 50c.
Han Objected tsr Road and Used Con.!
AsheviHe : June 11. E.
Murray, an employee of. a con-
struction company building roads
near Marsnall is in a local hos-
pital with slight hopes of recov-
ery as a result of a bullet wound
through the abdomen, inflicted,
declared, by Enoch Rector
The argument it
came up over me
" il. I
passage of the road in question
through property owned by Mr.
Rector, Mr. Rector objecting to
the building of a road through
his property. This, it is declar
ed lesulted in a quarrel between :
the two men, and during
quarrel. Rector shot Murray.
The injured man was rushed to
Asheville in an automobile and
physicians hold out little hope
for his recovery. Mr. Rector,
who is a wealthy farmer is held
by the authorities at Marshall.
Don't Risk Neglect
Don't neglect a constant back
ache sharp, darting pains or
urinarv disorders. The danger
f dropsy or Bright's disease is too
serious to ignore ues uoaas
Kidney Pills as have your friends
and neighbors. A bansoury
Mrs. H. Frost, 603 N. Main St.,
Salisbury, says: ' I had back
ache and other kidney disorders.
At times my limbs were so weak
and lame, I could hardly get
around. In the morning- the
troubla was worse
Mv kidneys were irregular in ac
tion and caused me a lot of an
noyance. I had heard of so
many who had found Doan's Kid
ney Pills beneficial that I began
taking them. They lived up to
the claims made for them reliev
ing the misery in my back and
regulating the action of my kid
neys Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the
same that Mrs. Frost had Fos
ter-Milburn Co. Props Buffalo,
N. Y. .
Mrs. Ceoper of Raleigh Commits Suicide.
Raleigh, June 12 Broken
hearted over the death of her
husband and desparing of every
for three small dependent chil
dren, Mrs J W Cooper of No 118
West Morgan srreet, shot herself
through the left breast today and
died almost instantly.
She spent all resources left by
her deceased husband. Her fath
er, Bat Barbee section fore
man for the Southern Raileway,
is fatally ill at this time, and
whileshe left no state
ment, these conditions are
thought to have impelled her to
Oie Strong: Withstand the Heat of
Summer Better Than the Weak
Old people who are feeble, and younger
people who are weak, will be strengthened
and enabled to go through the depress
ing heat of summer by taking regularly
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies
ind enriches the blood and builds up
he whole system. 50c
Motorist Dies as the Result ef an'iccident.
Wadesboro, Jane 12.
While returninc to Ansion
ville from Wadboro, San
day afternoon, Jim Hancock
and a party of friends were
thrown from then automo
bile. Hancock received in
ternal injuries from which he
died in a few hours at iht
residence o f M r Howell.
One ybung lady had a rib
broken. It ee-ms Hancock
was driving rapidly, and in
turning to pass a buggy, lost
control of the car. which wan
Say, get one of weather scales
at the Watchman Office, Salis
bury, at Lee Overcash s Store,
at Shuping's Roller Mill, and at
Geo. Shuping's Store, all at Rock
Grove. Buy one, only 5c. and
the almanac, or calander, the
hour the moon changes, then
look on the scale, find that hour,
morning or evening, for any
year, and it will tell you what
kind of weather to expect. They
last for years. Every farm
should have one. H. Reid, R. 3,
Salisbury, N. C.
Sasaparilla Root Wanted Bring to 313
East Fisher Street. Will pay
30c per pound. pd.
PeaS for Sale. Rank vining, large
yielding and early maturing.
Nice clean seed, $1.50 per bushel.
G. S, Williams, Salisbury, N. C,
Route No. 2. 6 wk. 5 24.
For Sale. One (!) "Columbus"
burrey. rubber tire, top en
closed, almost good as new. Will
sell cheap. J. W. Taylor, Salis
bury, N. C, R. P. D. No. 8., Box
85, telepeone, No. 3711. 3t-bpd.
Does Sloan's Liniment Help Rheumatism? !
Ask the man who uses it, hd
knows. "To tninlr l suffered an
these years when one zb cent!
bottle of Sloan's Liniment cured
me," writes one grateful user. !
If you have rheumatism or suffer
from Neuralgia, Backache. Sore
ness and stifEness, don't put off
(tla tt. ti tr si. rif ir,i. 1 1- fi man
warms and soothes the sore.
stiff, painful places and vou feel
so much better. Buy it at any
Drug Store, only 25 cents.
Notice is hereby eiven that at
a saje of delinquent taxes held
at the court house in Salisbury,
N C, by J. H. Kesler, tax col-
lector for East Spencer, on No-
vember, 1915, at 12 M The fol-
lowing named property belong-
ing to the following parties, was
sold for taxes and bid in by Thos.
P. Johnson to wit:
1 house and lot, John Hairston
for $6.85, 1 vacant lot, W. O.
Laughlin for $1.80,1 house and
lot. Dock White for $4.05. These
parties are notified to come for
ward, pay cost and charges and
redeem their property, or applica
tion jsrill be made for deeds.
This May 1st 1916.
T. P. Johnston
Atlantic City Excursion, Thursday, June 22d.
Southern Railway will operate
first excursion of the season to
Atlantic City, N. J., Thursday,
June 22nd, 1916. Tickets good
going only on special train, but
returning will be good on all
regular trains within limit, which
is fifteen days, and will permit
stop overs at Philadelphia, Balti
more and Washington on the re
turn trip only.
Following schedule and round
trip fares from stations named:
Charlotte 7:45 p. m. $13.00
Concord 8:20 " 13.00
Lexingbion 9:37 " 12.50
Reidsville 11:11 " 11.50
Hickory 5:44 " 13.50
Morgan ton 5:03 " 13.50
N.Wilksboro 4:15 " 13.50
Albemarle 4:58 " 13.50
Thomasville 9:52 " 12.50
Gastonia 5:00 ' 13.50
Greensboro 10:35 " 11. SO
Salisbury 9:05 12.50
High Point 10:03 " 12.00
Winston-Sal 8:50 " 13.00
Statesville 6:55 " 13.00
Marion 4:20 " 14.00!
Mount Airy 3:00 13.00!
Norwood 4:30 " 13.50:
Newton 6:05 " 13 50
Elkin 5:08 " 13.50 i
Low Round trip fares from in
termediate points on same basis.
Arrive Atlantic City early after
noon June 23rd.
Steel day coaches and steel
Pullman sleeping cars. Pullman
reservations must be made in
Stop in Washington 30 minutes
Excellent opportunity for side
trips to New Y.ork city and other
points from Atlantic City or
This a most attractive time to
visit Atlantic City or New York.
For Pullman Reservations or
other information apply to your
nearest agent, or write, R. H.
DeButts, D.P.A., Charlotte, N.C.
Our ice cream phut ie now
in operation and we are ready
to serve io our curaerp,
any quantity, any nhape and
flavor. Made dailv from pun
cream Orders filled prompt
ly. Give up a trial.
On the Corner whre Innes
Will cure Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia. Headaches, Cramps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old
Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm, Ec
zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,
used internally or externally. 25c
Thii ia a preacriptioa prepared eipecUHy
tor MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doset will break any caie, and
if taken then u a tonic the Fever will not
return. It ecu on the liver better tha
Calomel and doct not tfripeorweken. 25i
Weather For Jane, 1916
From 8 to 15, fair and clear
witn some threatening-s along.
rom 15 to . changeable
some mild, with some showers
pending, yet some dry along to
From 22 to 30. wind storms and
raitJ with some hail in localities
around but storms in general.
T7 lAil. i T.-1 Oil- Z
r rum ouia lo juiy oin Ittlus
mostly along for several days
some heavy Showers with slight
June to July 8 shows up fairly,
but from the 22 to 30th heavy
storms to follow in general with
some more nan locauy arounu
and raios from the 3-th v to July
8th- Storms may last for three
or tour days. Henry keid, k.
No. 3 Salisbury, N. C.
Green Hides, Cattle, Mut
ton, Veal, Sheep, Pork,
Eggs, Chickens, Etc.
You are invited to come
to pee us,
H. C- TROTT, Prop.,
112 Kat limes Si eet,
Salisbury, N. C.
'Phoues 780 781 3 8 100
We propose Spectacles, and
we will cure more eye de
fects two to one than they
That's Pretty Strong
We could not make the as
sertion if we did not know
whereof we speak.
We Guarantee Results
JOHN R. BROWN,
CHINA GROVE, N C.
Tra i- -v.
Ci Pi SHDtv
THE GROCf H
:!h carries a full line M Uii
Ci'ad Gruc-i at
v-ry low prict-e.
Buy. all kindu of Produor
Chickens Kge, Bacon. atd
vegetables. See him
eadquarters for Watkuip
119 W. Inniss SI.
SAMSBUKY'S BIG GENERAL STORE.
A Full Line of General Merchandise
Constantly On Hand.
FOOT REST HOSIERY whether it's appearance
you waut iu hosiery or wheather it wear you will gel
it it you gHt "Foot Rest " And this too is an enduce
in?Mf.0 mo8t of ,iS- You'll SAVE MONEY.
NMV SECURITY FRUIT JARS, trU lot jnpt r.
oeived Pitlts Quart?, and half-gallons
opnnsr an-1 Summer good, light weight underwear
for men and wotim:., also Drs Good, Shoe. Pants,
Overalls, Hats, Notions, Crockery, Tiuware, etc.
I liavrt a well selected stock of. staple and fancy
groceries, country produce, leetf stuff, etc. When in
need come to s-e me.
Farmers are invited to make my place headquar
ters while in the city. Very truly,
W. W. TAYLOR,
'Phone 39. 103 S. Main St., Salisbury, N.C.
Do you Know That
Dirty hands spread much dis
A high bred dog has a right to
have his birth reg-ister, so has a
The U. S. Public Health Ser
vice guards American ports to ex
clude foreign disease?
Health is a credit with the
bank of nature?
A clean garbage can is a good
example to the family?
Filth breeds" flies flies cary
Slouchy posture menace
Health brings happiness
New President Called "The Savior of China."
Li Yuan-Hung, President of
China, following the death of
Yuan Shi Kia. Li Yuan Hung,
who was Vice-President, was
commander of the Republican
forces in the Revolution of 1911
and over throw the manchus.
He is being called the "Savior of
Sals of Valuable City Property, j
Pursuant to the terms ot a certain i
Mortgage Deed uf.Triist, executed on
September 22. 1915 by James VV.
Worthy ani wife, Hanna Worthy, to
the undersigned Trustee, ds f ul' hav
ing been made in th.- p ivment of the
interest, att pivvtded in sail Mortgage
and at he rtquest of the holder of the
note secured therein, I vill expose
for sale at the court houe do ,t in Sal
isbury, North Carolina, on
Monday, Juiy 3
at the hpur of twelve M ., at public
auction f.r cash, the following de
scribed real estate :
Lying and beir.p in the West Ward
of tl e city of tJallebury :
Begin i ing at a t take on the outh
eat tide of Cakl well a re t, tind 8J leet
from the goulhw.-rt nle of i lionts
street, and runs itience ara'l 1 will.
Thomas street 160 'Vet io a -take m
Mrs L t an'a I'.-uiutary lip- ; thence
with her line souif; 43 dei:., we?t 80
feet and 2 i .che? t- a st iki; thence
northwest pial:c. w.'h Thoir.a- strt- i
163 feet and 4 i:i :l:e? to & stake on
sjuthtast siiif of i aldw-'l! sttert;
thence with Caldwell street 80 feet to
the beginning, being lot No. 11. on the
Hendrrscn ai d Woodson map of the
Ennis , ropt-rty .
Wee de it recorded in b'vk 1C4. page
458 and bo k 121 . page 544 Keferenc
i al o made ' o t,erd f'um K. H. ! a' it
son bud wile. t- .lauivs W. v orthy,
registeied in book of deeds Nw 129.
pvgt 212, in the liegi-tei's office of
i owan County..
On thf above described lot is situat
ed oi e dwelling house where h party
of the first part now resided and a'so
one store building.
John L Kendlgman,
This the 3rd day of Juna, 1916.
talf of North Carolina.
Rowan County. j
J A l.'EVDLiiMAN,
(Mrs ) ( 'a it ri h Williams and
( M i.) Ch a rl( ttk Bkrnhardt.
Pursuant to an order n:ad' by . !.
Frui'it Mc 5 bbins cleik superior
c.ivirt, in ihe above entitled ' crio :
pM.ding in the nuperior soi rt : Kuw
ait et'utity, tl.e 8t'i e b in v-v t
p-oce-dng N . 256, he it d.-'siyned
con mi -hioner will t xtv se fof si uf.
public auction in? qaU at ilu court !
, hojsfl laor in -"alisb Jry. Njrt'i 'aro- !
.1 , 5 !16 ;
at th nont "f 12 M , the fol oh i g de
titj! brd tvnl '-.xiai- :
Si uatem :h ' ivunh Ward of t!i
city of -! ih ut-y, at the corne of Con
coid street and M -nroe s'lnet aiij
bout.ded is follows
On the notth by lands helor g ng to
Benjamin Caldwell, by a line me;isur- :
ing 132 fe-t In m the center of the:
nonr.or(i d to a r, in Be.ua-
min Caldwell's coiner; thence so-itt. i
102 feet to a rock,.fo-e. h Uoiah's cor-
ner ; thei ce east 132 feet to tl e ce: te :
of the new Concord Road; thence;
north 102 feet, down the center of the j
new Coneoid Road to th? beziimine, I
contaii.ing ab ut Hfly (50) rquare rods,
be tlte same more or If ?s.
This the 15ih day of iMay, 1916.
Joiiw L .Kkdi.kmas, commissioner
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
writing of her experience with Cardiii, the woman s
tonic. She says further : "Before I began to use
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. Aiter taking three bottles
of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soori
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill. .
I wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's Tonic
a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc, are sure signs of woman
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today!
The rjachovia Bank & Trust Go.
Is the Strongest Bank in North Carolina,
LARGEST CAPITAL, LARGEST ASSETS.
ThU give Safety an 1 Protection to on;- Depositors
Avwiim ) ii I i S iviuyr drtp iit-. Y m cai open an
account with one dollar and upwards.
$ . is s i f
If you want to buy a Farm,
Large or Small, see us.
If you have a Farm to Sell,
List it with us.
D SALISBURY REALTY
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-1 mTroo full V.
givw A hccil
die flame stays put'
ed. It turns on
The New Perfection Oil Cook Stove, the
stove with the long blue chimney, is
built to save time.
The long blue chimney gives a perfect
draft, and assures a clean, even heat
and a lasting satisfaction.
New Perfection Oil Cook Stoves are
made in many styles and sizes. They
are sold by most good dealers who will
gladly show them.
Look for The Long Blue Chimney
Use Aladdin Security Oil to obtain the
best results in Oil Stoves, Heaters
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington, D. C. BALTIMORE
Norfolk, Va. MD.
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