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THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
Wa H Stewart,
EDITOR Alf OWNER
Published Every Wednesday,
120 West lanes Stnet.
Watchman .... I yr $ .T5
Record...... ..1 yr... ..$ .75
Both. Papers.. 1 yr $100
Ad vertising rates reasonable.
Entered ae second-el bbs matter Jan.
19th. 1S05, at the post office at Salis
bury, N. 0., under the act of Congress
of March 8rd, 1878.
Salisbury, November 12, 1913
Mary Catherine the threaryear
old daughter of Mr. and Mra. J
H. Pickett, who recently moved
from Spenor to Durham, died it
that city last Wednesday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. Pickett have
a host of srienda in Salisbury and
Spencer who sympathise with
them in their bereavement.
L. T. Earnhardt, a native of
Cabarrus County living near Gold
Hill, died Monday morning at the
age of abont 75 years. Mr. Earn
hardt was a pnblis spirited and
leading citizen of his community
The funeral was held yeiterdav
He waB the father of Mrsr D. V
J. Peeler who has the sympathy
of many friends in her sorrow.
J.'D. Baxley, aged 48 vears?
died aVhia home in Spenoer late
Friday night after a long illness.
He was a native of Davids
County and is survived by a wife
and four children, besides hia pa
rents and many other relatives.
He was a member of the Junior
Order United American- Mechan
ics, also a Woodmao. The funeral
took place Saturday afternooi
from Spencer Methodist Church,
of which he was a member, being
conducted hy the pastor, Rev.' H .
C. Sprinkle. The burial was in
Chestnut Hill Cemetery.
For Weakness and Loss oi Appetite
JThe Old Standard general strengthening tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drim oat
Malaria and builds np tbe system. A true toaio
odagnApoetues. forsidullsand childrscb Ma
Robison, . 744
"I feel like
a new parson.
I have no
don't belch tip
gas, can eat
hurting me. I
want to be
the time. S
twenty - four
fiee me now Mrs. WiUon Robnon.
and saw me two months ago seem
astonished. I tell them Peruna did
it. I will say it is the only remedy
for spring and all other ailments."
No argument is needed for Peruna.
Just get a bottle and try it If
you have catarrh of the stomach you
have a serious trouble. If you want
to find a remedy it would be very easy
to make the experiment Before you
have taken Peruna a week you will
likely find yourself better, then you
will need no testimonials orr the part
of other people, or arguments to con
vince you. Until you try Peruna,
however, all the testimonials in the
world and arguments, however log
leal, will not move you. Just one
trial of Peruna will convince you.
I Persons who object to liquid medi
cines oan now obtain Peruna Tablets.
Kottce to Creditors.
Havinc qualified as executor of the
estate of Jesse A. Morgan, this is to
notify all persons having claims against
said decedent to file an itemized ,-veii
tied statement of same with the under
signed on or before the 12th day of
November, 1914, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. Per
sona indebted to said estate are noti
fied to make prompt settlement.
'J his the 12th day of November, 1913
H. E. Blaokwkldkb.
11-12 6t pd executor.
Application tor Pardon.
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to the Governor of
North Carolina to nardon me. I was
convic ed before Judge H. vV. Whed-
bee. of selling liquor, at .February
term of 1913 of Rowan Superior court
and fined two hundred and fifty dollars
and costs, and sentenced to two years
on the public roads of Bowan cou-ity,
provided however, I should be in
Rowan county after Marchlith. 1913.
I paid the fine and costs and left the
State and have resided in Virginia Bince
said time. I am now confined to my
house with tuberculosis of the lungs
and am unable to perform manual
labor, and desire to return to North
Carolina, not Rowan county, to spend
the tew remaining days 1 have to live.
All persons who oppose the granting
of said pardon are invited to forward
their protests to the Governor without
This November the 7th, 1913.
11-12 2t pd Ernist L. Mizi .
.iThe mairiaeo of Miss Tea Min
ffis, daughter of J. H. Miugis and
W. Ii. Bess, all of Salisbury, tock
plaoe at the home of W . Alfred
Miller, in Charlotte, aat W. dues
day afternoon, Rev. R L Patter
son of St. Mark's Lutheran
Cburoh, officiating. After the
ceremony the couple left for
points in Florida. They will make
their home with Mr. acd Mrs. W.
LF. Ratts in Salisbury, witbrwbom
Miss Mingis has previously made
her home. Mr. Rcss is the rate
clerk at the Southern's freight
A surprise wedding took place
in St. Paul'i Episcopal Chapel on
Chestnut Ilill Sunday night. The
contracting parties wore Misa Lily
Bernhardt, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. P. M. Bernhardt, and Bat
0. Terns, of WinstonSalem, but
recently a clerk in Puroell's drug
store here. - Miss Bernhardt had
been to Winston-Salem on a visit
and returned Sunday night ac
companied by Mr Toms, th
agreement being' made while en
route here. Rjv. W. H Harding
officiated at the ceremony in tbe
presence of a numb r of friends of
$he couple. They want to Liu-
oolton to visit the mother of Mr.
Toms and they, will make their
borne in Winston-Salem.
Another surprise marriage took
place Sunday niaht This one we
officiated at by Rev. M. M Kinard
at his home immediately after the
evening service. The ccuple wae
Miss Janie Fraley, daughter of
Mrs. W. A. Fraley, and Riley
Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs U.
Q. Wilson. They are now making
their home with. Mrs. Fraley but
expect to go to Spartanburg, S.
C, soon. They have the good
wishes of a large ciicle of friends.
WbT Use L. & M. Semi M zed Real Paint.
Became it is economical. Be
cause it is pure white lead, zinc
and linseed oil. Because it's th"
highest grade quality paint that
oan be made. Because when the
user adds 8 quarts of oil to each
1 gallon of the L. & M. Semi
Mixd Real Paint, is makes If
gallons of r nre paint at a ooit oi
about $1.40 per gallon. This
art s the user about 60 cents a
gallon on all the paint used. The
The L & M. is and has always
been the highest grade and most
perfeot paint produced. SoW by
T. J. Lyerly & Fon, Qratiitf
Quarry, N 0 China Grove Hard
ware Co., China Gnve, N. C.
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suffereS Tnd instant relief in
Sloan' Liniment. It pene
trates t p the painful part
sootheaud quts the nerves.
rur)ing merely lay it on.
. .For Neuralgia
"I wonlcf Tnbt be without yonr Lini
ment antr praise it to all who suffer
with neural ri or rheumatism or pain of
any kind.", )-Mrt. Henry Bishop. Helena,
Uittouri. I 1
, f'aiB All Gone
"1 Butfef'd with quite a severe neu
ralgic heaiche for 4 months without
any relief:;Jri used your Liniment for
two or thr. nights and I haven't suf
fered withji.jy head since."
Swinger, LoiiUe, Ky.
Treatmvts for Cold and Croup
My littf girl, twelve years old,
caught a sTere cold, and I gave her
three drops Sloan's Liniment on sugar
on going to-ved, and she got up in the
morning wij no signs of a cold. A lit
tle boy nexdoor had croup and I gave
the mother ' je Liniment. She gave him
three drops j'tt going to bed, and he got
up without croup in the morning."
Mr. W. H.:rjrange, Chicago, III.
At I1 Deale'Ftice 25c, 50c mni 11.00
Sloan's 13$3lc on Horses sent free.
DR. EARL SOAN, Iol, Boston, Mass.
leirs at Law.
North Carolina,! In Superior
Kowan Uountjty Before the
Walter H, Worjuaon, executor
of Sarah Victo Ford, Dec'd.
Robert Ford. C- )
Notice is herj given Robert Ford
ard the kindrfj.or heirs at law oi
Surah Victoria, -ar'd, deceased, if any
there be, thatfSyalter H. Woodson,
executor, of hj.'rP8tate, has filed a
petition to sell i He real estate of paid
deceased, to rri'ike" personal assets to
pay dpbts; Therefore Robert Ford and
the kindred or jUii-a at law of said de
ceased, if any htre be, are hereby
notified to appe on or before the 25th
day of November. 19 13, at the office of
me merk oi ineytiperur court in ana
for said county,iand state aforesaid,
and enswer the v?tition, make them
selves parties, ofthe relief demanded
in the petition ce granted. -This
the 14 Ui J.y pf October, 1913.
J. F. McC3BIN3,
5t. riclerk Superior court.
AT 'BEkK-MARRY CO
We all claim to have the best and cheapest. Yes, the horn
blowing is something fierce. Bat when you want anything in
Clothing, suppose you don't take anybody's word for it, just be your
own judge, compare material, workmanship and price; when this is
done carefully we are pretty sure to sell yon your clothing.
BOYS' SUIT .
Big stock of boys mita, 8 to 8 and
8 to 17. Priced at
3J.25 j.50 .98 andtp S7-50
Boys' 3 00 Overcoats, eizo 6 to (
10 years of ag6 for 01"
Youths $5,00 long overeats,
12 to 18 years for
Yonths good heavy winVr suits
worth $7 50 for
Youths $5 00 Suits
Men's $5.00 Suits lA 7C
$12 50 $15 00
Styleplus $17 Suits.
Equal to other makes that 017 00
sell for $22 50, our piice Olf
Men's $10 00 Worsted Suits
Men's $12 50 Suits, big stock
to select from at
Also G)od value
in suits for
Sell it for Cash and for Less.
North Carolina, ) Tn Superior Court.
Rowan County. ( Februarj term, 1914.
W. R. Whisnant )
Notice of summons
Lilla Whisnant. ) etc-
The defendant lilla Whisnant will
take notice that plaintiff has commenc
ed the above entitled action against
her for divorce from the bonds of
matrimony, upon the ground of infidel
ity, and that complaint has been filed
and that she is required to appear at
February term 1914,of Rowan Superior
court, which convenes in Salisbury
on the 9th day of February, 1914, and
answer or demur to the complaint of
plaintiff, otherwise the relief demand
ed by plaintiff will be granted.
TUs Novemer 8tb, 1913.
J. F.. McCobbins,
clerk of the Superior court.
and Trust Go.
Salisbury, N. C.
NEXT TO COURT HOUSE
Will pay you 4 per cent on
your deposits and compound
the interest quarterly.
This is a Big Bank, why not
open an account with usl
Peopes' National Bank
Salisbury, N. C.
Does General Banking Business
WE PAY FOUR PER CENT on time de
posits. Interest payable every 3 months
Prompt att9nion given to any busi
ness entrusted to us.
Your business solicited.
tft?PeopIes National Bank
John S. Henderson, J. D. Norwood,
D. L. GaskilJ, W. T. Busby,
V-president. Asst. cashier.
Tilark Gross Razor
Free with Every Man's suit
Ttlark Gross Razor
Free With Every Man's suit
SWE CAN SAVE YOU 25 PER CENT if fou will buy your clothes here. We go direct
VV to the mills buying the piece goods, lining, buttons, and then contracting for
the manufacture of same. Our $3.00, $4.00,$5.00 Suits are world beaters, and we will
make good on any suit not giving satisfaction bought at this store.
With the Cash we I We Guarantee All
Woolens at Rediculously
Low Prices Early in
!en's Suits We Sell for
Boy; ! Clothe.
To be Absolutely All Wool
and to Give Perfect
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GREENSBORO, N. C.