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Who bought out the Kluttz Drug Co., now have a complete stock of J
everything to meet the wants of the people, at the right prices; Prescrip
All we ask is a trial. "We refund the money to dissatisfied customers.
we are on the Square
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II0V7 OLD PEOPLE
May Prolong Their Lives
an a&ranced age waste la more
rapid than repair. The organs act
more slowly and less effectually than
in youth. The circulation Is poor, the
tlood thin and watery, the appetite
poor and digestion weak.
We want to say to every aged per
oa In this vicinity that Vinol, our de
licious cod liver and Iron tonic (with
out .oil) will prolong life. It creates
an appetite, aids digestion and makes
flood blood. 'In this natural manner
Traol .retards waste and replaces
weakness with strength, giving new
life to the worn system.
If people In this vicinity only real
ized how Vlnol Invigorates old people
we would not be able to Bupply the
Try a bottle of Vlnol with the un
derstanding that your jnoney win be
returned If it does not help -you. .
Smith Drag Co.; Salisbury, N. C.
THE CAROLINA WATCIIMAH.
OHOQT LOCAL ITEMS
J 0 Lingle, the veteran excnr
tioniit, is making preparations to
ran Sunday tohoc l excuriioa
from Albemarle to Charlotte on
Batarday, May 11th. Look out
for his advertisement and ciroa
A A Trexler, one of the splen
did citizen's of the Rockwell
neighborhood, was in Salisbury
Monday. He came up to hear
Col Roosevelt speak.
Miss Daisy, dansthter of Lewis
J Bibelin, who lives near Dtmn's
k on n tain, is in Richmond where
he underwent an operation. Bat
mrday ft week ago for appendicitis.
Mist Ribelin it getting along very
well and ezpeots to return home
Charley Mowery, who is now
making hit home in Greensboro,
told hit residence here last week
to Luther Heilig of Spencer.
The White' House Oarage. H A
Router, proprietor, sold seven
automobiles last week and a
number of gasoline engines.
Rev Byron Clark, pastor cf the
Firtt Presbyterian Ohuroh attend
ed the laymant' convention at
Hiokory last week and delivered
two splendid addresses.
The State Sunday School Con
vention is now in sesssion at Ashe
ville and a number of delegates
Rowan are present. Thev
were mstruoted to pledge $60
from this county for the work.
Effie Kelly, oolored, was before
Judge B B Miller in the county
court Saturday oharged with
poisoning a two-year-old negro
boy. The evidence being insuffi
cient she was discharged. The
boy had a very sore mouth and
died from the effects. The tores
it is thought wss the result of
drinking oonsentrated lye.
: A series of meetings are to be
held in the Spenoer Baptist
church beginning on Wednesday
night. June 5th. Rev, J M Hay
more, a former pastor of the
churoh, will do the preaching.
There were two marriages at
the parsonage of the Union L
church Sunday, Rev. L B 8prach
er, the- pastor, officiating. The
c upletwere: Miss Ida May Cor
nelison, of Chestnut Hill, and
Harvey J Earnhardt, of Morgan
Township, who expect to make
their home with the groom's par
ents in Providence Township;
and Miss Edith Poole, daughter
ofXawson Poole, and Robert Lee
Morgan,' both of Morgan Town
y Rer,;.O A G Thomas, pastor of
the tfirst Baptist church, preao li
ed a very ' interesting and able
sermon to the Woodmen of the
World of Kannapolis in the Y M
C A auditorium at that plaoe
Sunday evening. Qiite a orowd
was present and enjoyed his re
The Concord Times states that
our old friend J M Cross, is visit
ing in'that city and that he is the
oldest printer in the State, he
having been at the case 64 . years.
He worked in Thb Watchman
office before the war and it now
employed on The Courier, in Ashe
Revival services are in prog
ress at the Methcdist ohuroh this
week, the hours being 8 and 8
p m. Rev. John W Moore, pss
tor of the ohuroh is doing the
Conoord Presbytery oonvened
in the First Presbyterian church
of Salisbury Jast night and will
hold daily sessions until Thurs
day night. About eighty dele
gates are expeoted to be present
and a very interesting batch of
business is to be transacted. The
opening sermon was preached by
Rev. J M Grier, D D, of Concord,
by request of the moderator and
pastor of the church. Rev. Byron
Clark, D D.
RESULTS THAT REMAIN.
An Appreciated by Salutary People.
Thousands wh suffer from
backache and kidney complaint
have tried one remedy after an
other, finding only temporary
benefit. This is ditoourafrinsr.
but there is one kidney medicine
that hat earned reputation for
lasting results and there it plenty
of proof of its merit right here in
Here is the testimony of one
nho used Doans Kidney Pills
years ago, and makes his testi
mony even stronger.
M. M . Williams, 180 Chestnut
St., Salisbury, N. C, says: "The
testimonial I gave in 1908, recom
mending Doan's Kidney Pills
still holds good. They are the
finest remedy I ever used. I suf
fered a great deal from backache
and pains across my kidneys.
Sometimes I had dull headaches
and felt tired. I noticed that the
kidney secretions were unnatural
and I finally went to J. W. Mo-
Pherson & Co 's Drug Store and
got Doan's Kidney Pills. After
taking the contents of several
boxes I felt better in everv way.
I hope other kidney sufferers will
try this excellent remedy."
For sale by all dealers, rrlce 60
cents Foster-Milburn Oo., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doans and
take no other.
T. J. DeWitt, of Greensboro,
while on a visit to his "daughter,
Mrs. J. A. Molrer in Spenoer,
died last Thursday, "probably
from the effects of appoplexy.
He was 57 years old and had been
in poor health for several years.
His remaint were taken to Greens
boro Friday for interment.
Holice to Creditors.
Tire R,W, Norman Co,
Funeral Directors and 'Embalmers.
No 131 N. Main St.,
Neat Court House.
Salisbury, N. C.
Every detail Carefully Look
ed after by
Competent Licensed Men.
Day Telephone No. 222.
Night Telephone No. 311,
SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE Hi SALYE
Good for Nothing but tne Eves
Having qualified as administrator of
the estate of Laura L. Morgan, this is
to notify all persons having claims
against the said decedent to file an
itemized, verified statement of same
with the undersigned on or before the
28th day of March, 1913, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery, ferfons indebted to said es
tate are notified to make prompt set
This 21st day of March, 1912.
6t John J . Stbwabt, Admr.
North Carolina. Rowan County.
Lewie Littlejohn ) In Superior Court.
vs. Action ror JJivorce.
F. W. Littlejohn ) Notice to Non-
The defendant above named will
take notice that a civil action entitled
as above has been oommenced in the
Superior Uourt of Rowan County 7 the
nurnose of which is to obtain a divorce
from the bonds of matrimony from de
fendant, on the ground of fornication
and adultery : and said defendant will
further take notice that he is required
to appear at the term of Superior
Court of said county, to be held at the
Oeurt House -in Salisbury, on the
ninth Monday after the 1st Monday in
March. 1912. and answer or demur to
the comnlaint in said action, which ia
now filed in the office of the clerk of
this court, or plaintiff will apply to thy
court for the relief demanded in saw
This March 28th, 1912.
J. F. MoCUBBINi.
Clerk Superior Court
Kluttz & Kluttz, attorneys.
ABODT FERTILIZERS !
Use Basic Slag, Thomas Phosphate,
make better crops and build up your land at the same
time. It is a natural fertilizer, not treated with sal
phuric acid, has a Lime Filler, cost the same aa other
guano that has a dirt filler, and it is many times bet
ter for the land.
By using this guano regularly you will soon have
your land limed without any ccst whatever more than
you now have and the land will gradually produce
9 better crops year after year. O
arm - -
If you read agricultural papers you are acquainted
with Thomas phosphate and its many advantages over
the treated fertilizers.
We import it and retail it to you at wholesale
fflcCubMnrt Harrison Xo.,
- - -
lut ety Ptir
Makes Home Baking Easy
No other aid to the housewife
b so great, no other agent so
useful and certain in making
delicious, wholesome foods
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
tlo Aluzi Ho Unso Phoophatco
Use DARBY'S PROPHLAOTIO
FLUID in the bouse and ia the
stable. It is as good for auimal
flesh as it is for the human body.
It heals sores, oats ragged wonnds,
oolio, dysentery gall ohafes,
scratches, distemper, bote and
worms. There is hardly any
limit to its usefulness abont the
home . Prioe 60 oents per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
Col. Tkeotfon Roosifilt Hin.
Ex-President Theodore Roose
velt candidate for the Republican
nomination for president, was in
Salisbury, between trains, lion-
day about 12:80. He oams in
from Asheyule and was en roate
to Greensboro. His car was
stopped in front of the passenger
station and, upon being called he
made his appearanoe and addres
sed the crowd that had congregat
ed to greet him. The ram was
falling steadily and somewhat
dampened the enthusiasm and
prevented many from being pres
ent who would have been there.
The es-president spoke of the
employes compensation measure
and the destruction of the Titanio
and great loss of life. He said he
was in favor of revising the laws
governing the passenger oarrying
steamships. He was very con
servative in his remarks and made
a verv eood imDresiion . I
r - - -
Numerr&s Republicans Irom all
parts of the oounty were here to
get aglimpse of the next "presi
dent" and hear what he had to
Jsmes Dry, a splendid young
man well known here who has been
in a nospitai in Baltimore; xor
quite a while died Sunday, April
14th. The funeral was held Mon
day following. Mr, Dry being a
member of the Woodmen of the
W rid quite a number of that or
der, were present at his funeral.!
Mr Dry was a very energetic
young man and was well liked by
a large cirole of friends. He
leaves a wife and three children.
R. B. Jones, a resident of the
Oorinth ohuroh neighborhood,
died Tuesday a week. Mr. Jones
was about 60 years old and twell
Real Estate Real Estate Loans, Insurance,
Innes Street, f Salisbury, II. C.
You will certainly begin to think about House
keeping and the necessary things you will have to
purchase before you can begin, he n the question
will arise with you as it has already risen with the
many recently married couples:
"Where can we get the Nicest Furniture and
House Furnishings at the Lowest Price?"
LET US HELP YOU
answer this very important question which counts
most towards making young married couples happy,
comfortable and contented with married life:
"The Plaoe to get the Nioest Furniture at the
Lowest Prlos Is at OS 9 W WRIGHTS."
For All Kinds of High Grade Furniture and
House Furnishings, For Coffins, Caskets and
Embalming, Gallon 1
GEO. W. WRIGHT,
Whv Don't You
Let Dynamite do the
On tie Fan?
THE LEADING FURNITURE DEALER & UNDERTAKER,
It is the cheapest way to
Grub stumps, or
Break up subsoil.
We always carry a good stock.
For fortyseven days we will offer our entire
stock at greatly reduced prices. This stock in
eludes new Stieffs, new Shaws, new Bennett &
.JBretzs, new Kohier & Campbells, and other makes
-"pf new pianos and many different makes -pi second
-fiind pianos that have been thoroughly repwedi
-fefinished etc., in our shop. All of these pianos
are excellent bargains. We hope to move this stock
Tapidly and if price has anything to do with the
sale it will go quickly.
CHAS. Eft. STIEFF,
6 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C.
219 ObuthTryon StreetOpposite Academy J
of IHuslo after June 1st, 1912.
'Phone No. 8.
Salisbury . Supply &
Near Passenger Depot,
i SALISBURY. -
I known in Salisbury.
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