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Dec. S: Ti Ciirislma9 tree
'exercises at the Lutheran church
6 p. m. instead lot at 10 a. m. as
reported b niistaie. '
Rev W C fcyerrjr of Mt Pleasant
preached to a large crowd at the
Reformed church here Sunday
11 - A
H! G Underwoodi wife and little
daughter, AJtm'a Louise, of Con
cord, are visiting at T. R. Hess.
George esjwrnran is digging a
well for Roy Earnhardt. Roy
and Robert Earnhardt at the
J T-.Wyatt4elivered a fine lot
of cemetery curbing and posts at
the Salisbury" depot today.
J EtterfcaVthe largest shot gun
we ever saw. It was made m
Hatfield,Ias8 , in 1847.
T R: HfcSS and family visited
S M tJnderwood in Cabarrus coun
ty and the -men went rabbit hunt
ing and got 40 rabbits.
Mrs-Iiattra-Jane Marlin, wife
of Will Marlin of Second Creek,
is spending the week here with
her father, John W Freeze.
Mr and Mrs C H Helms and
daughter, Minnie, of Harrisburg,
are visiting-Mr Helms daughter
and family, Mr and Mrs D J
Canup, who live on Luther Fish
er's farm. They era accompani
ed by their daughter in-law, Mrs
J C Helms and soil of Salisbury.
Arch Kluttz went to High
Point Sunday anc( on his way saw
a big autombile upside down in a
wreck that had just happened
One person died and others were
bruised up. He went over in
an automobile with a friend.
Venus took dineer with Mr and
Mrs Frank Wilheim. They said
it was two years since we dined
there lasfc Mighty long time
Venus wiirexihange a one-horse
viragon-for aflieifer calf, 6 or 10
Mrs Martha Matilday Holo
baugh was born February 1st,
1839 anddled December 5th, 1916
aged77 yearW 10 months and 4
days'! In 1869 she was married
to John D Holobaugh who pre
ceded her in death about nine
years ago. To this union were
eight children, turee sons and
five daughters, four of whom are
living. There are fifteen grand
children living. One brother and
one sister. She was baptized and
confirmed in St. Paul's E. L.
church by Rev. Kimball, thus
making, her a life-long member
gf this church. She was a de
voted Christian woman and moth
er. Always mindful of her church
and family. In her death St.
Paul's loses one of her best mem
bers, the community a good wo
man and the family a devoted
mother. The funeral services
were conducted at the house by
Rev. C. P. Fisher and at the
church by Rev. M. L. Ridenhur,
A large crowd was present at the
Rev and Mrs H A Fesperman,
of Newton, came down to attend
the funeral of Rev Fesperman's
little brother which was buried at
Rockwell December 5th.
W S Barger, Will McCombs
and J A Peeler have gone up to
Lenoir in their cars for apples.
One of the enterprising citizens
of Faith has just made a Christ
mas present to several of his
children. It was a check for fifty
dollars each. It looks like we
are going to have a fine Christ
mas here this year as everything
is lovely and prosperous.
Mr ,and Mrs John Rinehardt
return thanks to all their good
friend for their kind assistance
after? house and property got
burned up. Vrnus.
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There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to help - her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know- what tonic
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It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
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You can't make a mistake in taking -
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Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.
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. Sloan's liniment is first thought
of mothers for bumps, bruises
and sprains that are continually
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1 m jiaj5swirq
are easy to find nd easy to
read by the Rayo Lamp.
It gives a steady, mellow light,
best for the eyes, minus the
flicker of gas and the glare of
No troublesome lamp-shade or
chimney to remove when
Use Aladdin Security Oil the
most economical kerosene oil
far best results.
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Washington, D.C. Charlotte. N.C
Norfolk, Vm. Charleston. W. Va
Richmond, Va. Charleston, S. C
loney jHakes Money
Interest on investment is
the source of surest income.
Money worKs 24 hours &
day and seven days a
More people are made inde
pendent by saving than by
England has invested to
wonderful advantage. Ev
ery year statistics show
that England buys more
from other countries than
she sells to them. '.But inter
est on Investments does not
show in the statistical tables.
That is why England is rich.
Money placed in a savings banK is an in
vestment safe and sure.
MaK yourself independent.
One Dollar Starts an Account!
SALISBURY BANK WTRUST CO.
; ; Sale of YalnaMfr ReaHstatr : -
Pursuant to the provisions contained ia a
Mortgage Trust Detd registered in Book
No. S3, page lia. made by Brown : Walker
to L. E ' Trexier, for the protection and
benefit of the undersigned On the 9th day f
February .1916, default having beeii made
in Ihe payment Of this debt, for which raidl
mortgage was given to secure, the "under--signed
will sell at public auction, -for cash,
at the court house door in Salisbury, on the '
23rd day of December, ioi6, !
the following de cribed property at the hour i
ot twtye ai i Beginntn at a stake on the
east edge of the old Mocksville road, corner
of the A. M. J5 Zidn chuch lot. running'
-83 dev; E with faid line 435 feet t
stake, in O H liairia'" line; thence s. 12J
degrees w at 100 feet to a stake; hence 1 j
8V deg. wel 6j 'eet to a suke in the east
edge of tqe old M- ckaville road; thence S.
12 de?. fast with the east edjte of said road
to the beginning, containing one acre, more
or leas, Raid hnd being a part of the iract
of land conveyed to C K Harris by John 8.
Henderson by deed recorded in the office
of the Keg'wtor of Deed of Knwan county,
in Book of Dred No 67, at page 664, and .
conveycd,by (; K Harrin and wife lo Brown
talker on A us. 11, 1890, and recorded in '
Book o deeds No 78, page 87. in the office!
of the Rfgitef of Deed for Powan county, ;
conveyed by the said Brown Walker to
satiety the debt provided tor in said moit-1
This November 21 1916.
L E Tkfxler, mortgagee.
T. G Kurr, attorney.
"Onyx" & Hosiery
WHOLESALE 153-181 EAST 24th ST. NEW YORK 5
You Get GOOD Value at ANY Price Silk; lisle r Cttwi
25c to $5.00 per pair
Emery-Beers Company ,inc.
ARE YOU SATISFIED
k Sr T -- . .
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Take care of your complexion
and your complexion will take care of you.
CHOOSE PURE AIDS. CHOOSE CREME ELCAYA
THE PURE, DAINTY. TOILET CREAM THAT HAS STOOD
THE TEST FOR YEARS.
''Makes the skin like velvet"
8END 10C FOR LARGE SAMPLE
JAMES C. CRANE, 104. FULTON ST., NEW YORK
Statf op North Carolina
In the Superior Curty February Term '16
L- F. Rosemen
. lini-r nnd wifnr
Olive P. Minor J
1 be delandants above named will take
notice that an artion entitled an abo e Ima
been commenced in the Superior Court of
Kowsn count) rortb (Jarohna to enforce
specific performance of contract to convey
certain lands and the ti le to all that land
situate in the cityJofSlislary anddecribi d
by metes and bpunas in popk. ot 4Jeeus o,
Us page 4ob to which reference js hereby
made which the desendants had contracted
and agreed to sell and convey te plaintiff';
and the said de'ei dant will further take
notice that tn y are required to appe r at
the term oj the Superior court of said ountv
to be held on the 12th day of February 1917
t the court house of Said county in Halts-
bury N C and answer or demur to the com
plaint in raid action or the plaintiff will
apply to the conrt or the itlief demanded
in said complaint.
This Isovember 4, 1916
J, Frank Mcubbins, clerk.
John L Rend!eni:'.n, attorney.
Sale ol TalaaDle Real i stitt,
Pursuantlto the terms of a certain mort
gage deed of trust executed b H. L. Misen-
heimer and wife, Nora L. Mt? tnheimer, to
John L. Rendleman, trnstee, on July 1,
1916. which is dutv recorded in the oflice
of the BegistsTr of Deeds for Rowan uui. ty
in Book of mortgages Mo 54, page 98,
lault having been made in the payment ot
the note therein secured, and upon demand
ot the holder ot said note that id mort
gage be foreclosed, the undersigned will
expose tor sale at public auction tor cat M
the court bouse door in Salisbury, on
Monday, January 8tb, 1917,
at the hour of twelve 11., the following tit
scribed real estate: Situate in the Til!-.. ;
of Bockwel"; N C, adjoiningthe Junior Hs 1
and the Lutheran church lot, beginning at
an iron stake on 8outh Main street ' n J unior
Hall rcrner; thence sontb fif,y (50) deg
east forty-nine (49) fee to an iron s ake on
Lutheran chnrch corner: thence south forty
two (42) de6 west one hundred eighty-two
feet to a stake on church corner ' thence
korlh sixty one and oue half deg. west sixty
two anp one half feel to a sla e on T H
Rini'hardt's corner; t' ence north forty-five
tnd one-half deg eaM eighty-fix and om
half feel to ae iron stake on T. H i'ir
i-ardt's coiner; thence sonth fifty de. east
fc.'ur and one half left to an iron Make,
thence north forty-fie and one-ha't deg.
eot one hundred and ten feet to the begin
ninp. same ha ring been transferred by B. A
Earnhardt nnd wie, Kmma Farnhardt.
This the 6th dav ot Pweml er. 1 Pi 6
Johv I.. R sin.rvAN. tniHife
We do the Best and
fur. H. Stewart,
Editor" and Prourietor, Salisbory. N. C.
have made the
hen one of the
dacers on the farm.
Do von know that
flocks on many farms
are paying: a net yearly profit ef
$2 to $3 a Hen
Red Comb costs less than you would
have to pay for materials and mix
them yourself. Ask for Free Book,
"Feeding Pealtry for Profit."
Ctt AS. C. AOAKIS
;dl9 E. Fisher St.
SALISBURY, N. C.
Hales & Edwards Co., Chicago, EL
eajrs. or mejamous ixne oj
Bed Hvrn Dairy Feeds
: SiEEBY'S '
IS imm. FOR CHRISTMAS
Two Tons of Fresh Hade
Candy for Christmas ,
Trade. Give us
ill Save You oney. See us.
Get rid of dandruff
it makes the scalp itch and the hair fall out. Be
wise alxmtyour hair, cultivate it, like the women in
Paris do. They regularly use
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the wonderful French Hair Tonic- Try it for your
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C. :i famous preparation. It keeps the scalp clean and
v Lite and preserves the youthful brilliancy of the hair.
B;.ra 50c bottle from your dealer or send 10c to our Ameri
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are possible if you will wear a scientifically
constructed Bien Jolie Brassiere.
The dragging weight of an uncqnfined bust
so stretches the supporting muscles that
the contour of the figure is spoiled.
ras-Ajr jo -lee i
put the bust back where it belongs, prevent the
lull pust from having the appearance of flab
bmesa, eliminate the danger cf dragringrmnscles
and confine the flesh of the shoulder giving a
graceful line to the entire upper body.
They are the daintiest and most serviceable gar
ments imaginable come in all materials and
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flave your a eater show you Bien Jolie Brassieres.
If not stocked, we will gladly send him, prepaid,
samples to show you.
BENJAMIN & JOHNES
SI "Warren Street Newark, N. J
SALISBURY'S BIG GENERAL STORE
A Full Line of General Merchandise
Constantly On Hand
FOOT REST HOSIERS whether it' a appearance
you want in hosiery or wheather it wear you will get
it if you get "Foot Rest." And thio too is an enduce
ment to most of us. You'll SAVE ONEY.
Fall and winter goods, heavy weight underwear
for men and women, also Dress (roods, Shoes, Pants,
Overalls, Hats, Notions, Crockery, Tinware, etc.
I have a well selected stock of staple and fancy
groceries, country produce, ieed stuff, etc. When in
need come to see me.
Farmprs are invited to make my place headquar
ters while in the city. Very truly,
W. W. TAYLOR,
Thone 89. 103 S, Main St., Salisbury," N. C.
v : Pursuant to the terms of a certain Mori
gage: Deed of Trust executed by Lewis ' L.
Jo8ey to the ondeiaigned trastee acd mort
gagee, on August 17, 1914, which g duly
recorded in uie office of the Begiateir of
Deeds for Eowtn conntf , in Book of Mort
gages No "48, page 274, default haying been
made in the pajment of the indebtedness
therein secured, the undersigned will expose
to sale at public auction for cash' at tub
court house door in Salisbury . N. C on -
Saturday, December 16, 1916, J ;
at the hour of twelye M. tne following de
scribed real estate, to-wit: An undivided'
one-sixth interest into the following lands:
1st tract Beginning at a stake, Obe
Smith's corner on Lafayette Josej's lint ;
thence N 86 deg. W. 11.45 chaina to a
stone, Overcash's corner on Basingei's line;
mence i. so acg. w. o chains to a stonef -John
Ft ick's corner, thence 8. 3 des. w. "
20 22 chains to a stone. Frick's corner; .
thence N. 85 deg w 12 08 chains, to a
stake, Frick's corner; thence 8. 2 dag. w
20.65 chains, to a stone, Frick's corner, on
Shaping's tine; thence 85J deg 8 29 43'
chains to a stone, Lafayette Joeey's corner;
thence I 2 deg E 20-60 chains, to the be
ginning, containing 73 acres, more or less.
2nd tract Beginning at stone, comer
to lot No 1, and running thence N 88$
deg w 5.83 chains to a stone; thence S. 20 25
chains to a small sour wood tree; thence 8.
88 deg. 5.83 chains toa small white oat,
a corner to lot No 1; thence N 20.25 chains ,
tojthe beginning, containing by eat mation
11 acres, more or 1 ss, this being lot No 3, a
in the division of the lands of the late
Daniel Oveicah. Subject however to the
lite estate of John Josey in said lands.
2 John J oskt, trustee mortgagee.
Sale olYulualile Real Estate .
By virtue of the power and pursuant to
the provisions contained in a certain mort
gage deed of trust, evecuted by Edgar L.
Peeler, on the 5th dar of October, 1911,
and recorded in book 43, page 144 of Row
an county record of mortgages to Clemen
tine Bidenhour to secure the sum of seven
hundred (7000 00) dollars, borrowed money
as evidenced by a negotiable note promiso
ry note under seal executed byEdgar Lr
Peeler on the said 5th day of October, 1911,
default having been made in payment of
said negotiable promisory note, and it fur
ther appearing in said deed of trust that
the undersigned Groyer C Waller is author
ized and empowered therein as administra
tor of the eaid lementine Kidenhour. de-:
cea-ed, to foreclose said mortgage deed of
trust, and the said GroverU. Waller, ad-'
minietra'or, having demanded the payment
of paid indebtedness as evidenced by said
note and mortgage, as holder and personal
repreBenative of t Ifmentine Bidenhour,
and said payment having beta refused by
the said Edgar L. Peeler, the said Glover,
C Waller, administrator and personal rep
resentative of said Clementine Ridenhour,
herein offers at public"sale the premises and
real estate herein described, and the said!
Grover C Waller, administrator, will sel$
to the highest bidder for cash at the court
house dcor in Salisbury, N C, at 12 o'clock
Monday, December 18th, 1916, .
the following desribed real estate situated
in the town of Faith, N C, and bounded aa
Beginning at n stone corner of parsonage
lot; alto corner of Willie S Barger' 8 lotj
thence N 81 E 210 feet with parsonage
line to a stone. Thence N 13 W 200 feel
to a stone, corner of Lee Peeler's lot,
thence 8 81 W 210 feet to a stone in the
street on Willie 8 Bargei's line. Tbenee
S 13 E 200 feet to thebegspning. on
taining 42000 squaie feet or one acre, more
The said seven hundred dollais ($700.00)
borrowed on raid property was expended
in the construction ol the residence now
located thereon, which said residence alone
cost nine hun red (900 00) dollars.
Grover C. Waj-xeb,
administiator of Clementine Bidenhour.
A. . H. Pi ice, attorney.
The iufachovia Bank & Trus Go.
Is the Strongest Bank in North Carolina,
LARGEST CAPITAL, LARGEST ASSETS
This gives Safety, and Protection to onr Depositors
A percent, piid on Saving deposits. You can open an
account with one dollar and upwards.
Ho wan county.
W. L Hampton
da W. Elamptci
The defendant above named vr-ill take
notice that an action entitled as above ha
been commenced in the Superior louit o"
Rowaa county to absolutely dissolve 'the:
bonds ol matriomnv n6w existing between
the plaintiff and the -lefendanr and for the
granting of a divorce a vinculo to the plain
tiff on the grounds of adultery; and the said
defendant will further take notice that she
is reqaired to appear at ateim of the Sup
erior court of said county to be on the third
Monday before 1st Monday in March 19.7
at the court house of said county in Salis
bury. N.C, and answer or demur to the
complaint in said action, or the plaintiff
will apply to the court tor the relief de
manded in the said complaint.
This the 18th day of November, 1916.
J. McCubbins, clerk of Superior court.
Notice to Mors
Having qualified as administrators of P.
A. Sloop, thin is to notifv all DArsnna hair.
iiig claims against the said decedent to file
an itemized, verified statement ol tjie
same with the ondereigned-Mr'OT-before-the .
iom aay oi uciooer, 117, or this notice
will be pleaded, in bar of their recovery.
Persons indebted to said estate are notified
to make prompt settlement." ,
This 18th day of October, 1916.
John A. Sloop,
Caivw A. 81,00.
He carries a full line of Higb
Grade Groceries at
yery low price?,
buys all kinds of ProSuc,
Chickens, JEggs, Bacon, and
vegetables. See him
Headquarters for Watkina
119 W: Inniss St.