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Rhv Chas. B Alepacli, D D 1
of Philadelphia,' preached a
fiue sermon at the Reformed
church here Sunday night to
a large crowd. This was his
first trip down south afi lie
said he liked our country
.-npe. tie oromieea to come
1 again and preach in our new
granite church when it gets
finished He is ah old iriend
of lie v Welker's.
Misses Maryand Emma Lud
wicK of China Grove are vis
-' ittagv their sister," Mtb Hen
r Miss" Mary Jane Lud wick
of China Mrove has returned
from Carthage, .N C where
she spent three months with
her sister, Mrs W (j Good
Mies Fred Bolic and Mis
Ida Liorile of "Charlotte are
visiting their parents, J C
Lingle and wife
Young granite cutter at
Axis Red wine Jr'b July 20tb.
G H Sifforcl took , home
irom Salisbury a fine Molints
sulky plow he -bought to
turn. clover land.
Venus went to the annua
Cresceut Orphan's home pic
liic and saw more pretty
girls than w-j hava seen be
fore in a long time, Many
came on an excursion train
The hoys told us that the
regular trajn war so crowded
that .several pretty girls had
; to ride in ; the express, nd
baggage car. Oine. est. mat-
. - ed t helsro wd "at" f our thqufk
and. There were more! a litos
and people therV 'than vwe
ever saw before. It was - a
veTy hot day and the stands
all did a land-office business,
;.flPiiav Suiun make a
..fine address and he spoke
loud and clear. He formerly
lived at Faith. We met a lot
of Jodr old friends, among
them were ( W Pierce of
Salisbury, J A Powlae, A A
Blackwelder, Mrs A E
McNairy of Lenoir, H Q
Kopenbanser of Newton, M
C Whitman of Salisbury. He
offered to do the Barter
work for the orphans free
and was applauded by the
great audience when it was
announced. John P Deal of
China Grove, JAM Brown,
A U Lentz of Concord, P B
Parker of Richfield, Rev and
Mrsaul Barringer of Mt
Pleasant, W C Rose of China
drove He has some old
llax raised in 1863, jaised by
Allen Rose. , He is going to
give iome to Venus. Rev R L
Crooks of Concord, J C Hols
houser of Gold Hill, ix G Rit
chie and two little grand
daughters, Ruth and Elmer,
J P Overcaeh. China Grove,
G H Allman, Baden, h A
Beaver South Rockwell, B R
Cline Cabairua Co, W M
.. Sloop China Grove, Mis3
Stella iHohn, Annie Hohn,
Ralph'Shoe James; Shoe of
Mt Pleapant, one of these
girls .took a snapshot at us
with her kodak and we never
knew it bnt found it but la
tetw September 4th the
Hohn reunion will be held at
the old home place t wo miles
east of. Mt Pleasant. We saw
Gideon Long and Burt Miller
of Trading Ford. -'
At Crescent we 'also"; met
George .Ri m er, M at tie Kluttz,
Agnes Millet and Carrie Mil
ler of Cabbarus county . Lots
of people invited us to come
to the Fisher reuuiou' on Athe-
HtH, -Ther.oldesi ; pereonr- a
Crescent; -was; ;Mrs r'PolIeH.
Milter. 89 yearsrold. Yetnet
Rev Lee Peeler of . Newton
John McMannus "and wife
Geo H dPless of ; Boetian'al
Cross Roads, ; John , Rimer, J
R L Pickler, Rev C P Fisher,
aud others. - .
George Fink and family.
of Salisbury - is -visiting rela
tives"and friends iu Faith
th;s week .. . " "
If you want to swap a foun
tain pen for a" banjo, write to
Venus for in formation
Tffe newlv mfrried couple
hs returned and each' one
has gone in their store to
worii as though notbiug had
everJiappeued . -'
J J) A Fhh er i s" presid en t
of the Fisher reunion aud
will attend on the 14th of
"J T Wyat received Ja cash
orde for a pair of millstones
Miss AVilma Railer has re
turned to her home in -Newton
after spending several
days with her friend, Miss
Charlie Lowder, wife and
wo children of . Albemarle,
are visiting Mrs Lowder's
mother, Mrs Fricke.
Mrs L M Peeler spent a
wee with her daughter, Mrs
A Great Remedy.
The merits of rihamberlai'os
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy are
well known and appreciated, but
there is occasionally a man who
had no acquaintance with them
and should read the following by
F A Dear, a hotel man at Dupuy
lor Mont ,i4l?u years ago I use3
Chamberlain's Colic add Diar
rhoea remedy with such wonder.
ul results that I have since re
commended it to my friends. "
W81lte4:!n f eu li;
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ana neigd Dors, tianasome pro-
fits made in full or spare Jitne
1 Full fine bt men's, woman's and
children's up to-date st j 1 e s.
Large commissions. Experience
not necessary, Phenix Hosier V
Co. Darby, Pa. 7 9 8t pd.
Soil Hmjnvemeiit Cnitttee,AHanta
The approach of whesttand oat a
lug time rateesa question in the Jaffa
eirs mind as -to the outlook' forcltd
crops. it is -...well vtiown -taiat unex;.
the- flitimulua ot ;Goyernment i price
. enormous wheat crop : has 'been pro
duced,- a crop of- ipproximatlyX-W0,i4.
000, 000 '.bushels.- , - " '
It is estimated thatthia coMtryj
Was , fffkA 'AAA AAA : Ki't Viola " itrA fjlftt I
quires. 600,000,000 bushels and
Europe will require from . 410,
to 460,000,000 bushels. If these figures
v - , . , . r - i
' wheat this country has growu.
Since it appears; to be- probable
there will be no trouble oispose
v, mT1,o flf Atnn
v.-v ...w -..w
other wheat growing; nations? AH2)to provide light winter "grazing for
Of course the nations soutn or; taemvestooKr I3i to iutobu ewij
equator, like'" Argentina and Austrfsp som0 fresh r.cereaiJkay which I
lia, that have their summer wheutw
are having our winter, have alrea
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sown thefi fall crops, and will :haj?j1
vont them near Christmas time. Thesli
Bat,on, have, u8r.g0od proapg
. ,i i .11 .JHiSiX
DUl-tney wouiu uaruiy cumyare
any two leading wheat-growing stateai
of this country': therefore, they arlftilizera and-greater f arm ' prom
not important factors.
Russia ts the great granary of 3
nna anil lata Thnaa vhn hflVft Wftr'hJ.
ed the political, trend of that country;
see- nothing 4)ut war and paralywd
agriculture ahead another, year,"if not
for several years.
WHAT IS ACIDIPHOSPHATE?
; Raw phosphate rock is a substance? iield under the hills, and in the case
In which phosphoric ucid and 4ime arf the Phosphorus we have been given .
i u ' .h,,,, UiMie. &ey for its unlocking by the use
combined together In practically ;8ulpburic acid, which converts the
same, proportions -in which they ajc4UDje rock into- a 'soluble form,
found In bone, and which is khowici if, the soluble phosphoric acid were
as phosphate of lime. M separated from the lime which-ear-
In this condition the lime and th lt and dissolved n water it would
a. . v. n. . . im,rmuch more inconvenient to handle
phosphoric acid hold to each otheJijim to leave it stUl combined, with
with such a tight grip that, the phos;fje in the dry powder which we call
phoruscannot be dissved by wa-Vid phosphate, this lime simply sarv
ter. It will readily be seen that buqRS Je function of a bottle to carry
for such a combination the phosph(e8Phwu8' ving Uia much
... a. a ijlarger expense that "would be involv-
, rus would have beissoIved out dln the complete extraction of the.
washed to the sea Te.foj;e ever matjhorief ac converting 4t htto
oame- to inhabit:' the earth. 5 But ttf liquid- forth and providing bottles is
has been locked up and held for us iifwhich to carry it. Monthly Bulletir.-1
thli way, just ai tht ;oal -..tota?OpCfbiQ' JiUperiment Station.
miw mm rwu
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Farmers Ship ds You r Batter Fat!" we
wiil.pav:'OU the highest prices
stand all express charges, and
pay cash for all shipments. Why
not try its out?
Catawba Creamery Co.,
Hickory. N C.
x. r.-,-n ana- asaaaa wbbb vaam aamiHHa - burlaw.. -.
iAMELS subplv ClETarette contentment hovmirl annfhfha
you ever experienced ! You never tasted such fiill
bodied mellow-mildness : such refreshing. aDDe&zine
flavor and coolness. "The rhore Camels you smob the
greater becomes your delight Cam eis 'are such a ciga
rette revelation ! '
Everything about Camels von finrl
their quality to the expert btend
wiuitc juoraesHC iODaccos.
YouH say Camels are in a class by themselves they seem
made to meet your own personal taste ih so many ways!
Freedom from any unpleasant 1 cigaretty after-taste or un
pleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels particularly desirable
tO the most fastidious smntpre A n
m cca jrwu uwu wisnes,
imib iv uu
cigarene satistaction that makes
5 . t . Ji -w WWM
pons ! ; - , i
Compare Camels with any ciga
rette, in the world at any price !
Camels are sold everywhere in scientifically
sealed packages of 30 cigarettes or ten pack
ages 200 cigarettes, in a glaasiae-japer-covered
carton. WeiMrongly recommend
carton -for the. home or office auool-r '
i ; ' Wuston-Salem, N. C .
European' countries ih. general. artf J
short oflabbr.ii Demobilization ot
armies progreftseaslowly and -the pe
riod for fall sowing, of ; small grain
in BfUrope' wilt-have passed before Any
material change can be made through .
recovery j5f -labor "from the armies.
K 'Therefore,, 'ihere agoing to be a
"fcontihued . shortage of "small ; grain in
makine 'itr-nrobablT1, necessary "
1 i A." i. i iki. . i-: -;
!ut instead of th0 Wtipn maintain
jbig" ita wheat" :.vcreage;B : fear
ed the withdrawal I-the GoVern&ehfs :
guarantee wUl result m a -reduction,
ialim practice togtoWwheaV oatjs and
rye jehough .for imegeeoa, out it
veiyc aesiraDie, XHv '
cover- crops tu .a? u . u
wrtiiM itherwlafl wish
avnirtf uh it- (AY tn
furnish vegetable matter or humus to
trn into the soil at the spring plow-
if' - y'""' " 7 - -
better soil, larger returns . from f er
Too littie attention is given to o
taining good wheat, oats and. rye seed;
iaa little attention is given to pre
faring a good seed bedand too little
fertilize-TBare used 'in growing -the
'small graii? crops in the South. What
is worth doinr at au, u worth doing
Prom tlv and
Give us a trial.
Farm Far ReDfOw tor acres in
o-uliivHiion For -infomaion
call . 'phone 211 W or see rs
James C McCanlessOa S Main,
Salisbury, N Q. 2 pd. .
The Watchman tells both sides.
of Choice Turkish and
iorjney leve.r tU"e your tvrrtT.
are always Keen lOMne.. SCVt?
Camels so attractive. Smokers real- v'H
ize that the value is in the cigarettes ysEiiS
to insure its
concmon in au
seasons. Sealed tight kept
right. The perfect gum in the?
After every meal
Savings Iepartment Pays 4 Per ( fciit,
( 'on.p Quarterly.
H N Woodson, ....President
Ur R V. Brawley.. ..Vice Pres
Start Your Savings Aceount NOW fcr vext Christmas.
Responsible Banking, Courteous Treatment and lonfiden
' tial erviee is Our Policy.
We Cordially Invit- You to
.. We are Authorized Agents for Sale of War Savings. Stamps
and Thrift Stamps
The Peoples National iinfc
SALISBURY) n. C.
Does a general banking business and coraially invites your
account. . ' . ' .
We Pay Four Per Cent
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interest every thres months in our savings depaitinent
Prompt, carefuh and confidential attention-given., to". -a.1.1
business entrusted to us.
II . O. ttcCantess; VV. T. Busby,
President. : ("asbie?
J. D. Nor wd, A. L. S m t,
- Vice President. - .Vice President.
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- Farm 1 .t,
h Man Witb th
vr&rme: v.Cityaldrd&j-'il20. meats in same BuildiMni'
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The flavor lasts
W B. StrahanvOai5hier "
E H Wobdson. Asst Cashier '
See Us On Any Banking Matter
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