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Jan 28 Teams are haul
iu tta cement today to be
ttsed in the erection of the
large new Reformed church
J T Wyatt got the contract
to furnish granite for the
new Baptist church to go up
One of our neighbors has a
new dog. He jumped at us
and tried to bite us in the.
face. We would not go there,
for $5.00. We' don't like a
dog no how
Miss Gertrude Dry of Em
manuel's, is visiting Mrs
Rev R C Kirk and children
and wife have been very
sick vvith the influenza bu
are all improving now.
Mrs Martha Beaver had a
big o'possum .dinner Friday.
H L Lyeriy and wife, P H
Lyerly and wife, 0 H Lyeriy
and wife, Mrs Mack Lyerly
and Mies Cora Lyerly enjoy
ed Mrs Beaver's hospitality.
Born to Mr and Mrs Jim
Russell, a daughter, January
: Miss Margaret Owens, who
recently underwent an opera
tion at the Whitehead Stoke?
sanatorium, is getting along
Miss Kluttz is still assist
ant to the freight agent here
The section Boss here has
just, put in new cross ties near
the depot. He is a good sec
mi . t
ine raiiroaa men are un
loading a fine lot of railroad
iron at the station here.
a m r a i n .
... mrs isoy Ariz oi a aim is
nursing at Rev KirK's. "She
is very succesful and is pro
nounced to be one of the
very best nurses. She is call
ed upon from every side.
Mesdames Martha Beaver,
H L Lyerly, C H Lyerly and
How Death Was Caused.
We are hHjrinni'ng to be
lieve that the ' fluey" was
the only cauee of death" in
our fair land but the editor
of a monthly bulletin of vital
statistic? find the following
in reports of causes, of death
sent to him:
"Died suddenly, nothing
serious "Went to bed feeling
w-11 but woke up dead."
"Patient should not have
diad, as he fully recovered
from his sickness.
The cause of death was his
mother died in infancy."
"Don't know cause of
death. He died without the
aid of a physician .'
4 Kicked by horse on left
Died from blow on the head
with ax. Contributory cause
was another man's wife.
"Deceased died from blood
poisoning caused by broken
ankle when automobile
struck him between the lamp
and the radiator."
Of course these deaths took
place in places where they
had no all-time health, officer
Hire a smart aleck health
officer and the deaths will
immediately cease automatic
COOLDNRAISHRfHO HIS HEAD.
A Tonic Laxative
Hasn't Had a Sum of Rheumatic
Sines He took Tanlac.
Thirty Ona Pounds.
"I have actually gained thirty
kne pounds j on three bottles o
Tanlac and I now feel like a ue
man in every way," said J
Hawkins, rssidiag at 335 John;
son Place. Memj his, Tennessee
some lime ago.
"I was just racked with paiiq
from rheumatism for a TOrirlen;
year until I couldn't hit a lick of!
work and was just up and down;g
mostly down, all the time. Mvit
joints wouia swell ana cramp so
neaa, couian t comb my Hair anqr
when I stooped over to tie !V.
shoes, the. pain would almost! J
make me cry aloucL I got inj J.
such a shape that I couldn't eatl'
anything without suffering after-Jp
ward and nothing I tried in the!j,f
way of medicine helped me anyj
at all. . "SI
''I only weighed one hundred ff r
and eight pounds when I started -taking
Tanlac and now I weigh. ? 4
one hundred and thirty eight. f,
My ioints don't hurt me anyU
more and I can bend over and use!
my arms at work with as much
ease as I "ever could. lean eat
any thing i want and as much as
I wish and feel like a new person
all the time.
Tanlac is now sold exclusively
in Salisbury by the Smith Drug
Co., in Cleveland by J. A. Lyerly
nutet. r vysiuf&ii
Rowan Drug Co.
that will remove the bile from the Liver and I in Granite OuarrV bv the BrOWU
rOosnao the fivotm THDPniTflHT.V within drln init I
or disturbing the stomach is truly a Perfect Lax- Drug Co., and in Spencer by the
LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN
Is the name of a Reliable and Perfect Laxative
which Boon relieves Sick Headache, Dizziness, In
digestion, Stomach Trouble, Gas and Piles caused
by a Torpid Liver and Constipation. Always use a
Reliable Laxative in the treatment of Colds, Grip
LAX-FOS WmrPEPSIN Is a Liquid Digestive
Tonic Laxative excellent) in its effect qn the
System, both as a tonic and as a laxative. It is
just as good for Children as for Adults. Pleasant
to take. Children like it. 50c. '
Made and recommended to the public by Paris
Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., manufacturers of
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
E L Lyerly and little Mies
Rose Catherine LTyerly, all
spent Thursday at Mrs .JVlar
t;n Bamnger's and enjoyed a
Piles Cured in 6 to 144)ays
Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fafls
to cure Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles.
Instantly relieves Itching piies, and you can gee
restful sleep after the ilrst application. Price 60c.
Daylight Saying A?ain in Effect on March
Washington, tea. 3. in ac
cordance with the daylight sav
ing bill the clocks throughout
the country will be set forward
one hour at 1 a, m. the last Sun
day of March and an hour's cjay
light will be gained Tor seven
months, the clocks being set
back again at 1 a. m. the last
Sunday in October.
Daylight proved a success in
more ways than one in . the,
United States last year, and-it
is predicted that its institution
will be permanent.
Those who are thoughtful have concluded that
something more than chance is behind the re
markable popularity of Royster's fertilizers.
Those who have investigated, find neither
chance nor magic, but simply common-sense ap
preciation of values.
Those who ate prudent are placing their or
ders now and insistings on being supplied with
While a poor
cTaCooke clerk in a Phila-
delphia bank he
got his start , to
wealth and honor by investing his own saw
ings and practicing thrift During the Civil war be
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 loved one stricken with disease.
Start an acuit with us with a part of
your earnings this week. Add something to the de
posit every week. Know the courage of prosperity
and the independence of ready funds.
Multiply your money in our care.
AL1SBURY BANK AND TRUST GO.
FIRST NATIONAL i
SALISBURY, N. C.
Savings Department Pays 4 Per Cent,
H. N. Woodson, President
Dr. R. V. Brawley Vice Pres.
W. B. Strachan Cashier
E. H. Woodson, .Asst Cashier
P6C8D3. $1000 per acre would not
buy onr bred up paper sneli
pecan -groves. rrees nave
cleared over $50 each this year.
Very fine bread up budded
and grafted trees from these
early prolific and mammoth
size papers he. 1 pecan trees for
sale. Write for free catalog and
price list. Write today. Bass
Pecan Company, Linmbertou.
Miss. I2 25 7t
Gasoline Ensine for Sale. 2 k l,oise pow
er upright JNew iiira gasoline
engine can be bought at a reason
able price. In good condition
and a bargain for a quick buver.
Write, 'phone or call on Cbas. P
Stewart, rural 3, Salisbury, N.C.
Start Your Savings Account NOW for Next Christmas.
Responsible Banking, Courteous Treatment and Confiden
tial Service is Our Policy.
U We, Cordially Invite You to See Us On Any Banking Matter
Ynn a.rfi Tntfirpstfid In.
'We are Authorized Agents for Sale of War Sayings Stamps
and Thrift Stamps
ORDER EARLY AND AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT
R 5. ROYSTER GUANO CO.
Norfolk,, Va., Richmond, Va.f Tarboro, N. C Charlotte, N. CM
Washington, N. C., Columbia, 5. C, Spartanburg, SC, At
lanta, Qa., Hacon, Qa., Columbus, Qa , Montgomery, Ala.,
Baltimore, Md., Toledo, O.
- WHITE OR GRAY 2S EACH
"HOLD-TJGHT HAIR NETS ENJOY AN ENVIABLE NATIONAL
REPUTATION AND THE FRIENDSHIP OF MlUJOrW OF WOMEN.
"HOUVTJGHT" HAIR NETS ARK MADE OF THE FINEST AEAL
HUMAN HAIR. ALL SHADES.
EVERY "HOLD-TIGHT" HAIR NET GUARANTEED OR MONEY
REFUNDED, ORDER AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE. IF THEY
CANNOT SUPPLY YOU., WRITE US. STATE COLOR AND
'4LHAVENUE NEW YORK
V'BLUE BONNETS" Jl New Fabric with Ntw Ftaturti.
Blue Bonnrt"v !et the needs of the wotnaa who want a beautiful, durable fabric
tliat wean without nnUing, rapek dtut and iauoden perfecdy. Admirably adapted foe
taikr-made draaea. port coats and ikirtx, cfuUrem ajannenta. pettinafc. etc. AWdrap
erie, fumkure covering etc. Guaranteed dye fast and durabta. Wide rabety cf ez
I rf dealer doean't carry "Blue Bonnet" tend at mil ad with name of dealer and
W 'rSl rend him tamrlri and notify him of your leqaeaL
I EZimn WHITMAN & CO. Im Ml Broadway. NwYork
Can't sleep! Can't eat! Can't even digest what little you do eat!
One or two doses
ARMY & NAVY
will make you feel ten years younger. Best
known remedy for Constipation, Sour Stomach
25 cents a package at all Druggists, or
$ sent to any address postpaid, by the
V. S. ARMY & NAVY TABLET CO. 260 West Broadway. N.Y
Aak your newsdealer. He can tell you the correct answer.
POPULAR MECN&fyiCS flflAGAZIKVir
witn its tour hundred Dictures and iojt hundred articles each month, is bicreer
J and better than ever. Our correspondents in all parts of the world are
continually on the vatca tor new and interesting things for our readers.
flOPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZSNE IS FOR SALS BY ALL NEWSDEALERS
sgAsk them to show you a copy or send 20c for the latest issue, postpaid. Yearly sub-
enpuon .uu to au pans oi ue umtea Mates, its possessions. Canaaa ana Xvjexico.
POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE. 6 N. MIchfe-an Avanua. Chlea. lUInAl
For S3l8. ne Star pea huller and
oue. Cypher s incubator 4 120-
egg capacity Both good as new.
Write or call on O O Oddie, K.
No. 6, Salisbury, N. C
For Safe Fine piano at low fig
ures. J. b. JLeonard, balis
bury, N. C, 23o W. Monroe St.
1-22 4t pd
He carries a full line of High
Grade Groceries at
?ery low prices.
Buys all kinds of Produce,
Chickens,. Eggs, Bacon, and
vegetables. See him
Headquarters for Watkina
119 W Inniss St
We do the Best and
Call at office or address
. H. Stewart,
Editor and Proprietor, Salisbury, N. C.
The Peoples Nalicoat Bank
SALISBURY. N. C
Does a genera? banking business and cor
dially invites yonr account.
WE PAY I OUR PER CENT interest
everj three misithe in our savings depart
ment. Prompt, cai-eii, and confidential atten
tion giyen to uLl business entrusted tons.
. B. kVTcCan, . i . Busby,
1 resi'iem. Caphier.
w 0, Norwao : John McranJt sg
Vice-Pi uoent. Asst. Tasbier.
J. Gaskill Pri3oni.
Sale ?I Yiluaftle Lsdc's
PURSUANT to the powo-is tontttiued in
a certain Mortyrfe Trust Deed executed on
April SO, 1918, hy G u y Pen i
wife, Mary L Pennington, ;iiel Margaret
Tartee, wwovfx to John J Kat.!if man,
Trustee wh'fch is duly rerr rded in iheof
fiee of the Register of Dt v.is for Hownn
county, in Book of Mortg!is V. 59 pa e
235, delaolt having been made in the iv
L-itnt of the intvret therein provided, jiiid '
at the request of the holder of tlN- note
'herein secured, the unde rsiued trust' e.
will expose for bah: at public auoti -n for
ersh at the Court House door in the city
of Salisbury. N. C,
Saturday, -the 22nd Day of Febreaiy, 1919
at the hour of 12 M . the following de
scribed real estate:
situate in Salisbury Township Rowan
county, and des ribed'as follows: BEGIN- '
NING at a stake in the center of 'the
"Statesville Read, corner to lot Ho. 11;
thence North 45 1-2 dg East 12S5 feet to
a stake on bank of Railroad, rr-rcer to lot
No 11; thence South 71 deg. East 382 feet
to a stake, corner of lot No 9 on Railroad; ,
thence 8outh 45 1-2 deg. West 1215 feet to
a stake; thence North 48 deg West 100 :
feet to a Make; thence South 42 1 2 .deg.
West 221 feet to a stake in he center of the
Statesville road; thence North 48 deg.
West 240 feet to the beginning, containing'
ten acres, a-nd being lo- No. !0 in the di
vision of the lands of Robert Partee, as
shown by registration of Report of Com
missioners, recorded in Book of Deeds No. :
94, page 337, in ihe office of the R egister ;
of Deeds for Rowan county.
DATED, this the 21st day of January.
JOHN h, RENDLEM AN, Trustee,