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C 8 PariB has sold the Sal
'sbury V alt paper and paiut
company on f West. Fisher
street to E E Oliver.
The Sunday school institute
of the Salisbury district of
the M. E. church will be held
here with the First Methodist
Church ou the 13th and 14th
. Willi tm James has tender
ed his resignat ion as secretary
of the Chamber of Commerce
here and will leave for Colo
rado this week on account of
hi failing health. The offices
are in charge of others,,
Th meeting of ths Rowan
Couuty Teachers' Association
was held in the old court
house, last Snnday and large
ly attended 'ihe chief teas
tare was an address by Prof
Brogden of Italeigh.
The Southern Railway is to
operate ep ial ra'e to Wash
IngtonOLi aciou it of the in
auguration of Pseideut Wi1
eon. The .round trip rate
from Salisbury will b9 11.
Within the papt few days
;au unusually large number of
freight traiua coutiining e
ipty cars are being rushed
West out of Salisbury-Spencer
yard to relieve the present
great car Fuortage".
The Rouzer Garage Com
pany is moving its service sta
tion ou West. Fisher street to
its general'oue on West Ian as
etreet to handle all work.
Last Monday Carl Brown.
8-years-old-sou of C M Brow-,
had a narrow escape frc m a
eerions iujury. when he fel!
from a second -story window
at the ho?ue of his grsnrN
mother, Mrs Barrier o-
North Jsjk.-ou street, la:.cn;
on a fen. h. He was Siigijii
Sheriff Krider and sovn
officers wejv caiied" fcVidav in
a point neaf the Saiisbur:
cotton mill where they frjif
that two n-rrort.- were engag
ed in a flgbt in which or.'- of
wbom wa cut. He ha i gon
to see a doctor anu the other
An arm officer was in the
city F'idv. bji;ig connected
with th 1 recruiting service of
the U. S Army, and visited
the register of derd fficc and
oher place; seeking inonn i
tion as to tje number of mal -es
of 21 to 50 years old It i?
understood that he is only
ascertaining the fighting
strength of the country.
' The February t rin of Ro
wan Superior court cam t
an end ht Wednesday even
ing after a!! civil cases were
disposed of except one. th"
case of Wiil McDaniel who
8et fire t i- me cotton in the
mill at China Grove. He goes
to the the work bouse for 6
W A Rcseman, who operat
es a store on ee street, wt'8
convicted in the County
Court Friday of selling in
toxicating beverages im the
shape of certaiu ciders or
juleps and iiii-d 25. H- wa
sentenced to 4 m ml n on
roads and gave notice oi ap
peal and his bond was fixed
The suburban store cf J ;
Trexler & Son near Western
railroad, was entered Thurs
day night by unknown parti
mal'ing entrance thrr ugh the
rear. The bloodhounds ot
Mr Brown, of Granite Q iarrv
were put into service and
- they tracked to a negro's
house but no one was at home.
They trailed to a point near
thtt roller mill and seme
stolen goods were discovered.
Plies Cired In 6 to 14 Days
Tour druggist will refund money H fAZO
OINTMENT fafls to cure any case of Itching
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in6tol4day.
The fust application gives Ease and. Rest, gte
BOBBY : " I've fixed the woodshed op so no noise can get out."
"I'll get the kids in' and make them miss their dinner."
IT i II gRsSSSEfeCr r"f3 I II T 1 I I, 1 I UOMETRICHUNTO I
it's tlmo one o'clock! I'll
Several Salisburians are
in Charlotte this week at
tending Mecklenburg Superi
or court as witnesses in the
$100,000 damage suit case of
Harry Talley against the
Southern Railway Company
for damages sustained in the
big wrack iu the Salisbury
4d o.t Thanksgiving eve.
LVSves Out Mwlaria, DauJ Up j v
T'ceC'4 Standard 2cal strong? b'.'.-.ti i "
GSOVijS TASTELESS ch-:il TONIC, uri-r -eiaisria.enriches
the Mood, and builds urthi -tern.
4 troe tonic. For adults and ccildrea
v; E Da Mil, who has been
on the Meslca;; lorder, has
returned t- Saiir-turj and
resumed his termer position
witl Ceo'ge W right at the
f ... !irlT.tot;.,f
Liugsring Coughs Are Dangerous.
Get rid of that 'tickling cough
tliat keeps you awake at l in t
and drains your viiality and
energy. Dr King's New Dis
covery is a pleasant baisaua rem
edy. antiseptic, laxative and
oromotiv effective. It soolhes
the ir iated inerubi-ane and hills
the cold germ?; your cough is
soon relieved. , Delay is danger
ous get Dr. King's New Dis
covery at once. For nearly fifty
years ij has been the favorite
remedy ror gripiDe, croup, coughs
and cokls. Get a bottle today at
vour druggist. 50c
RUB OUT PAIN
with good oil liniment. That's
the surest way to stop them.
The best rubbing liniment is
Good for the Ailments of
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc
Qood for your own Aches,
Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,
Guts, Burns, Etc
25c 50c $!. At all Dealers.
Will cure Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia. Headaches. Cramps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises, Cute, Burns, Old
Sores. Tetter, Ringworm,-fco
ztna. etc. Antiseptic Anodyne.
c?d iaternallv or externally. 25c
This U prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA, or CHILLS A. FEVER.
Fiv or x dotes will break any case, and
u taken then at tonic the fever will not
retun. It actt on the liver better that
Calomel sad does not gripe or lickeu. 25
i Ed EM
n tm m pi
I n m n m m
just try it and see how it works,"
Mrs. Quinn's Experience
Ought to Help You Over
the Critical Period. ,
Lowell. Mass. "For the last three
! years 1 nave been troubled with toe
Change of Life and
the bad feelings
common at that
time. I was in a
very nervous condi
tion, with headaches ;
and pain a good
deal of the time so I
was unfit to do my
work. A friend. ,
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound, which I did.
w&cu uie lu try
ianaitnasneipea me m every way. l
am not nearly so nervous, no headache
or pain. I must say that Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the
best remedy any sick woman can take. "
Mrs. Margaret Qutnn, Rear 259
Worthen St., Lowell, Mass.
Other warning symptoms are a sense
of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches,
backaches, dread of impending evil.
timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation
of the heart, sparks before the eyes,
irregularities, constipation, variable
appetite, weakness, inquietude, ana
If you need special advice, write to
le Lyciia i. tinkham Medicine KjO,
cnliaentiai), Lynn, Elass.
OFFERED HIS COMPANY.
Preacher Let everyone in the
congregation who desires to go to the
Better Land stand up.
Almost everybody rose.
Preacher Now let everybody who
wants to go-to the other place stand
No one rose.
After a minute or two a man in'
the back seat slowly got up and
"I don't particularly want to go to
the other place, but I am willing to
stand up rather than let the minister
go there alone."
Two sons of Erin were watching a
screen wedding. A very uncouth
man was being married to a woman
of the "belligerent" type.
"Thot nion is phot yez would call
a diamond in .the rough."
"Yis," was the reply, "but don't
yez worry. Thot woman will soon
grind him down."
ART AND NATURE.
"Nature always surpasses art."
"I can't see it that way," replied
the man who wears arctic overshoes.
"The artificial snow they use on
Christmas trees is vastly preferable
to the real kind."
Curious Why would you rather
play the piccolo for ten dollars a !
week, than be the- leader who gets a
Musician Because when it is pay
day I get mine I
" When the door shuts that will
MARJORIE: "Why, Bobby isn't here;
"T get tired of hearing about the
'good old time,' " said the cheery
modernist. "What's the u?e of as
suming that people aren't jn reality
as well off as they ever were?"
"Well," replied the man who talks
about palmy days; "maybe you're
right. But you must admit that we
used lo et a whole lot more peanuts
) for a nickel than we do now. '
DAYS OF LUXURY.
''on like stories of splendor and
Yes. 1 even enjoy reading an
oi(i cookbook and seeing how lav
ishly people used to toss butter and
eggs and cream around."
WHY THEY CHEERED.
"Who are those people who are
cheering?" asked the recruit as. the
soldiers inarched to the train.
''These," replied the veteran, "are
the people who are not going."
London Saturday Journal.
"Jinks was saying hard things
about you yesterday."
"And be pretends to be a friend
of mine !"
"Don't get mad about it. He only
said you were a brick."
"Fortune tellers always
money, don't they?"
"Naturally. Isn't there necessar
ily a prophet in predictions?"
"Why do you call your dog Cam
era?" "Because he tries to get a snap
at everybody he meets."
Tired aehingfeet feel re
freshed after an application
of bloan s Liniment, do no
rab,t penetrates and soothes
Cleaner than mussy plasters oi
ointments, does not stain the skin
Have a bottle handy for rheu;
matic pains, neuralgia, gout, lum,
bago, 6prains, strains, toothache
bruises and muscle soreness.
At all druggists, 25c. 50c. and $1.00.
fall down and lock it."
fie must be ii at dinner,"
TEWA INDIAN NEW YEAR'S DAY
People Have Belief to Which They
Have Not Been Able to Make
Others Adhere To.
December 21 was New Year's day
to the Tewa Indians.
There are only about 1,200 of the
Tewas in five villages; San Juan,
Santa Clara, San Ildefanso, Nambe
and Tesuoue. They hold ancient be
liefs deduced by themselves from
things as they are.
To Tewas, six cardinal directions
are north, south, east, west, above
and below. Each direction is colored
and has an animal to signify it.
North is green and personified by a
The Tewas believe the sky is the
husband o'f the earth. They believe
5the sun is a man who walks across
the sky behind a yellow shield in
summer, clad in white deerskins or
namented with beads. In the win
ter he is green. Their year begins
founded upon the belief that the sun
stands still in the sky to mark a new
Children pull at the heart
strings and their slightest
illness means anxiety.
For nearly a half century
mothers have had Dr. King's
New Discovery at hand for
croup, congestion, coughs,
colds and grippe.
The mildly laxative ingredients
expel the cold germs, the choking
phlegm is raised, the congested chst
is relieved, the cough loosened and
a serious illness is averted.
Get a bottle of Dr. King s New
Discovery at your druggist to-day.
North OaroMna, Tn Kowan countv court
Fowan County. f March Term. 1917.
Mary Annie EarnfTardt ")
Kol.i-tt Lee Earnhardt J
The dt'enfbtit ahovft named will tnkr
mom o tliMt an iic inn (ntitlc(! n shove 1
ift ii mm tnt'Mt t-l in liic "iippii.-r ' oil :
in rountj, N, f., to ?!!- 'V. I t- 1 . I ; - -if
la-itrim'iny row fxi-iii hv w tin
i i4i i lii hi) Opffrdan 1 !! to:.(.t i-l sl--
... It ni;iil I'.-v no fi)iui:::u (i ::.!!::!.
i:tid n 'i.I ! ry -i. aileci d in tt.t . c-nphii . ,
!'iu nid i '. vIl Lee K;tr. IimiM wilt
u f t i.t-r lake i ' I'cr- '. ' :m TTp r o'li-erl to
jipeur t ihe t?rm T ihe Siij'C M-i curt Oi
iii innlVty to be he!d on the i Ml Monday
Mec ilie ir?t Moiiuivin J and. ti e p:;me
in;; M -.! 15. a: t!:e court houee f sn!
nun in Ja!ish!vv .tr.d ai Rvver or ihnnn
Mv? -orapla'M; ir- ;id oti;n orlh. p'ain
Iff will ftppeal to Til- cptiri for the relit
iem inded in F!id -01111)181 t.
Th is Febru-; ry 7, 1917.
J Frank McHirBBiirp, clerk
John L Bendleman, attorney.
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" Q . 2&X jCBVEX&k -
I "v.avk. rail va l i a
r n si
" It don't open before one o'clock, so
fATHER: " He's hover on ti.njeml it will teach him ikiw i& tof .fai
Ihanksgiving turkey." ' . -
Cold Sores and
are only outward manifestations of tLe
j-raflammatioii of the mucous
all the digestive tract, but they
you evidence of how sore a membra- ;:
may become a9 a result of mnamma
ion, which is stagnatica of the blood,
rightfully called acute catarrh.
If you suffer from such conditions don't let them become
chronic, don't run the ink of systemic catarrh.
Clear it Up WifcRi PHRUNA
When your systear is cisaredof ail its poL.ms the membranes soothed
and healed, the cold gone and your digestion esv-.veu. you will enjoy life, feel
equal to all its tasks, and be at peace vrith tae vc it.. Let Peruna do for yeu
what it did for this sufferer: -
Mrs. I A. Patterson, 238 Utah Avenue. Mernphig, 1vim. says:
" I have been a friend of Perona f?r is&ay yers ! hs va aseu it off snd on tor catarrhal
complaints and found it a very xcri'snt remedy. I r ave a sm .'! femily of children. Tunes
are hard with us. but I can scarcei? tJfor.1 to do w thout Per jaa. especially during the
season of the year when coughs and colds are preva Jtt. We always reocommend Peruna
to our neighbors, for the benefit it hs been to us. "
You needn't suffer longer with suth a remedy et hand.
i . i i y
l! SALISBURY'S BIG
l'(or ua Hr:KUY
Fall and winter ir.
for men and woman, -;iio
Overalls, Hatt, Notions, (
i s: ted
inor erieR, country pi educe,
ir- come to pee me.
Farmfrs are invited to
vcbile in the city.
m imi 1 --aj
You Get GOOD Va!ue at ANY Vrice Silk; Lisle or Cotton
25c to $5.C0 per pair
Emery -Be&rs Gnnpany,inc
come back then."
Parana can bt obUunsd in tablet fom.
Yon can c?n-y it with yon and take it sys
tematically and regularly for a remedr, or
as needed for a preventive. Get a box today.
Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio
GENERAL STORE I
G (Ti e ra I M o chan dise
rttlv Oj Hand
whether it's appearance
;; I wear you will get
too s an euduce"
ht. y weight underwear
Drwss (rood-, Hhoee, Pants,
rockery, Tinw;rre, etc.
atocM of ptap'-o and fancy
leed etuff, etc. When in
mr:ka my place headquar
Main s ., fralirbury
EAST Jtth ST. NEW YORK
4 - Dor. 3 Promtly and
3i u I . 4. I .i. i.L.
I i Vi I I Watchman Office.
IllUl Give u3 atrial,