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IpMerencto M Baiue and selling of 1 Congresat an
Oct. 2(5, Sidney Wyatt and
wifcTof Alexandria. Va , are vis
itingr his brother Harvey Wvat t
at Rockwell. They went in
Harvey's auto to Badin to visit
their father, Columbus Cicero
Wyatt, Venus went along and
we all had a nice trip, the roads
were fine. -
Venus took dinner for the first
time at E P Kuykwdall's and
got a fine dinner.
Venus will sell a good cook
stove for 'three dollars and a
heater for five dollars. Come
early and avoid the rush
Venus took dinner at J F ShoeV
the first time and got a fine din
We saw a northern lady pre
pare a dish for dinner where she
was visiting and she said' it
would keep off the influenza
by eating a few meals of it every
week. We eat some Of it and
will tell any one how she pre
pared it for nine cents in postage
John Frick is able to be out
. Charley Misenheimer who has
been very low with influenza is
Venus got another letter from
France, this time from 3 F Earn
hard t from Faitb. He said h
said he met ajor Barker over
Willie Foil is making and old
time wagon frame for a covered
Lillie Mesimore and Roy
Misenheimer were married at tb
Lutheran parsonage September
29th by Rev G O Ritchie. Th
groom is a son of John Misenhei
mer and is a fine young man and
a good farmer, a'nd the bride is a
daughter of James Misenheimer
both of Rowan county from be
Asheboro,' N. (X, October 26
T the Press and Public:
The Attorney General
of the United States has issued
a Department Circular in wh ich
lie calls attention to the Act Of
October 16th, 1918, "To prevent
corrupt practises in Hhe election
of Senators, iRepresentatives. or
delegates jm Congress, which
aot is as follows .
That whosoever shall promise,
offer or give, or cause to be prom
ised offered or given, any money
or other things ofvalue,.or shall.
mak- or tende'rnv contract, un
dertaking obligation, gratuity or
security for the payment of mon
ey or for the delivery or convey
ance of anything of .-value, to an'
person, whether to vote of with
hold his vote for or against any
candidate, or whosoever solicits
accepts or receives any money or
other things of value irfxonsider-
ation of hisjvote for 01 against
any candidate for Senator or
Representative or Delegate in
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
destroys the malarial germs which ar transmitted
to the blood by the Malaria Mosquito. Prioe 60c
Woedmen Can eff Convention.
The local Woodmen of the
World Camps voted to annul the
biannual Convention to be helii
here next March, this being: due
to conditions brought on by the
war and the fact the railroad a
are taxed to handle travel. The
calling off of 1919 session will rot
cause the citie where these con -ventions
were to be held to lose
their claim to the conventions
when they are held, but the meet
ing places selected will have the
pleasure of entertaining the
conventions when held, and
Salisbury will get the next North
Head Camp convention when
era! or special election, shall be
fined not more" than $1,000, or.im
prisoned not more than one year
or both . " '
Attention is called to th fact
mat in view or tne near aU
proach of a general election and
the recent enactment of this law
it is important to sea. that the
fullest publicity be given to the
provisions of this act in order
that the public may be informed
or its provisions and the purpose
of the Department of Justice
to vigorously prosecute these
. This authorized information is
sent you in the "hope that you
will give the ? provisions of this
act as much Jjjpublicty as you may
have space for in the columns
of your valuable newspaper.
Wm. C. Hammner.
United Scats Attorney.
lBlack walnuts tbutternuts ,
hickorynuts, and the" seed of
sjnch stone fruits as peaches,
cherries f plums, apricots,, and
pVunes are being allowed to go
U jpvaste. All of these nuts and
slid are acceptable so long as
tjje bard shells have, not begun
tiff decay. The nuts should be
The Quinine That Decs Not Affect ths fleaa
Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
TIVE BROI40 QUININE is better Jhan ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
look for the signature of K. W. GROVE. 30c.
as soon ;as
cijred by being spread out in the
stih. After being thoroughly
cured they should be cracked and
kernels either used - on the
thle market. Farmers in eastern
Tennessee, for example realized
tllousands of dollars by cracking
wilpuis during the winter eve
nfngs. Those whole nuts which
iff not fit for cracking, and the
sf ells of those which have been
cincKea, snouia be turned over
pmptly to the local branch ol
tlje Red Cross for shipment.
jsThereis an urarent need for
ihs material, and all citizens are
reyuesieo to save as mucn as
pfVjsible, so that the best gas
nsks may he furnished the
scjier who is now risking: his
lliil for us.
Mra, A.E. Sidenberder,, Roek
field, In d., states; "For an at
tacks of bronchial trouble which
usually assails me in the spring,
I find Chamberlain's "Cough
Remedy the only thing that
erives me relief. After uainsr it
a few days all signs ?of bronchial
SALE OF VALUABLE CITY REAL ESTATE
Pursuant to the provisions of a eectain
mortgage deed of trust made by W. f).
Smith and wife.NaanieM. Snvitk, to Stahle
Linn, Trustee, dated the2.0ttb, of Novem
ber 1914, and recorded in, mottgage hpok
51, at page 6, to secure the indebtedness
therein mentioned; default lmving been in
the payment of principal and interest of tbe
debt which it was given to secure, the de
mand for foreclosure haviug been made,
the undersigned will offer for sale to the
highest bidder, for cash, at the court hoape
door in the city of Salisbury, at 12 m., oa
Saturday, November 2nd, 1918,
the following described real estate, situate.
lying and being in the city of Salisbury !
ttowan county N. O, - 'JJ,
Beginning at a stake in the edge or h
Vance A venae, nuo leet from tbe north
east corner of the intersection of said Aye
nue and Melrose street, and being in the
center Lot No. 4, running theace in a'
north easterly direction parallel with Mei
rose street, 145 feet to a stake in the edge
fan alley; thence in a north westerly di
rection with said alley and parallel with
Vance Avenue, 75 feet to a stake, corner ef
Lot No. 2; thence in a south, westerly di
rection with the line of Lot? No. 2, 145
leet to a stake in the edge of Vance A ve
nae; thence with the said Avenue, in a
south easterly direction T&feat to the place
of beginning being hVotS3' and the
northern half of Lot NoTclBlock 5, as
shown upon the Map of Melrose H eights,
office of the Register of Deeds . for Eowan
Coonty N, 0. also book 133, pasre 99. .
' . , Sta HLBcIiiH jr. Trustee, t
at V Tr
Are Here Told the Best Remedy
for Their Troubles.
. Freesnont, O. "I was passing-"through the critical
period of life, "being1 forty-sbc years of age and had all
the symptoms incident to that change heat flashes,
nervousness, and was in a general run dowm condition,
so it was hard for me ta do my work. Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound was recommended to mo as
the best remedy for my troubles, which it surely proved
to be. I feel better and stronger in every way since
taking it, and the annoying symptom have disap
peared.' Mrs. M. Godden, 925 Napoleon St;, Fremont,
North Haven, Conn. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound restored my health after everything else
had failed when passing through change f life. There
is nothing like it to overcome the trying symptoms. "
Mrs. Flobence 1bella,Bo3: 197, North Haven, Conn.
LYDIA E.PINKHAM -MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS.
. FOR BABY'S BATH
and the warrain pf his t'my garments theport- '
able Perfection Heater .Tives a generous gJcwing
warmth drives away all chill and dampnes:-:" .
Sturdily built easy to clean and fill smol&ess,
uuuness. inexpensive to buy and use.
Aladdin Security Oil gives best results.
See the Perfection at your dealer's.
STANDARD OIL GOMPAlffY
Washington. D. C.
Charlotte, N, P.
Charleston. Vi. Va.
OiL COMPANY H I I
STOmCH " TROUBLE
Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky sayf: "For quite
a long while I suffered with stomach irouble i would
have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most
disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything wife
butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. 1 I began to have
regular sick headache. I had used pMIs and tablets,. but
after a course of these, I would be c stipated; It just
seemed to tear my stomach ' all up. I found they were
no good at all for my trouble. I heard
recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured
me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best
liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or
stomach trouble any more." Black-Draught acts on
the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of
throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys
tem. This medicine should be in every household for
use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel
sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh to
morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggiste.
ONE CENT A DOSE
j j ; j j I .
While a poor
dgyCooke clerk in a Phila
delphia bank he
got his start to
wealth and honor by investing his own sav
ings and practicing thrift During the Civil war he
raised one billion dollars for the federal government
Cooke was a great financier in his time: '
You will need an accumulation of money
sooner or later.. You may want to buy a home, or
make a profitable investment or go to college, or save
the life of a loved one stricken with disease.
Start an account with us with a part of
your earnings this week. Add something to the de
posit every week. Know the courage of prosperiry
and the independence of ready funds.
Multiply your money in our care. v
ALISBIIRY BANK AND TRUST C0.
SALISBURY, N. C.
Savings Department Pays 4 Per Cent,
H. N. Woodson,
Dr. R. V. Brawley.
W. B. Strachan. .Cashier
E H; Woodson. Asst Cashier
' Start Your Savings Account NOW for Next Christmas.
Responsible Banking, Courteous Treatment and Confiden
tial Service is Our Policy.
We Cordially Invite You to See Us On Any Banking Matter
kYou are Interested In.
We are Authorized Agents for Sale of War Savings Stamps
and Thrift Stamps
North Carolina, In the Superior Court
Eowan I ounty. J Befor?the Clerk
In the matter of the Adaiinis- )
tration of A. P. Kirkner, adrar. j- NOTICE
of Nellie G Kirkner. j . )
Atthur P Kirkner administrator of Nel
lie G. Kirkner's estate is hereby notified to
appear before the clerk of tt e superior
court of Rowan county, at his office, Salis
bury, N. I,, on November 6th. 1918. at two
o'clock p m., and show cause, if any he
hasj why he should not be removed as ad
ministrator of said estate and some other
person appointed administrator in his stead.
and further show cause why he shall not
account for such property as went into his
hands and why he has failed and neglected
te administer upon said estate and file an
inventory and an annual account as provid
ed by law.
This October 7th. 1918.
1Q-84U Clerk Superior Couri.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
restores vitality and energy by purifying and en
riching the blood. You can soon feel its Strength
ening, Invigorating Effect. Price 60c
The Peoples national Bank
SALISBURY- N C
Does a general tnkin business and cor
dially invites vonr account.
WE PAY I OUR. PER CENT intertst
everj three moUjs in our savings depart
ment Prompt, cat tat and confidential atten
tion given to niJ oasine&s entrusted to as.
N. B, McCam W , T. Busby,
lrwudem. - - - CajUiier.
J.D. Norwoo t John Mc"ane.
Yice.PtatMt. Asst. Caaiier.