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Salisbury, November 12, 1913
Cotton n bringibK 183 today.
J A. Sioeloff, the popalar cat-
tie aeeut of the Soutberu at Spen
cer, gave a barbecue "to a large
numl er of his friends in the woods
- near Spencer Uit Wednesdsy af
teruoon. Thoee present enjoyed
the occasion very much.
The headquarters of Deputy
Oolleotor J. Frank Miller have
been removed from Winston
galem to Salisbury" and he now
has offioes in the Federal build
ing. Associated with him it J.
B. Bitley, recently appointed to a
position in the seryioe. The.ter
ritory covered by Mr. Miller em
braces 13 jounties iucludiug Ro
wan, Davie, Davidson, Stanly,
Iredell, Cabarrus, Mecklenburg,
Union, R?' esou, dtokeB, Yadkin,
AnBon and Forsyth.
H. T. Cook, who oonduots a
shoe shop in Spencer, was kn jok
ed off his bioyole by an automo
bile last Friday morning. Mr.
Cook was riding between Salisbury
and Spencer and th automobile
came up babiud him, struck the
rear wheal, threw him against the
car track and cat a gash in his
head. The automobile was driven
by Henry Lntletcn who picked
up Mr. Cook, took him on to
Spencer and Dr. Busby was called
and gave him the necessary at
tention. Hogh Sowers, who will conduct
a coffee and tea stora in the build
ing leoeutly vacated by the Wes
tern Union Telegrah Company,
expects to open his placa Satur
day. As iB the custom in many foreign
countries aud R.mamzed sectiouB
of the United States, Saday is
desecrated by huuticg, fiihing,
pionioinK, ball p!aying, etc., and
two young foreigners, Frank Tac
coli aud mbrozi Fronberi warf
befoie the Rowau Ccuuty Court
1 Monday for huntiug on Sunday
Judge Kluttz let them cff light,
but gave warning that Sunday
huntiug will be expensive hereaf
ter. These young men evidently
did not attend a school whtre th
Bible was read, which shows to
what the lack of Bible reading in
the schools lead.
The parcel post depot for Sal
isbury is to occupy the room now
cied bv the Ford Hotel tor an
offije. The room corner, of Main
and Council Streets, will be fitted
up for the hotel cffi.
The executive committee of the
Lutheran synod of North Caro
lina, of which R-v. M. M. Kinard
of Salisbury, is president, met in
this city Thursday and accepted
plans for a new Lutheran church
in Raleigh. -The church is to be
located on Hillsboro street and
the plans were drawn by 11. E
Broniti, of Wilmiugton. There
were a number of out-of-town
committeemen present for the
D. M. Miller, who has been ill
for several weeks, took a turn for
the wors? today about noon and
his condition is considered seri
ous. Dr. John Whitehead is con
stantly with him and he is given
every attention possible, but his
many frieLds are uneasy never
theless. We stated that Harline oV Co.,
would establish a branch store in
Concord iu Friday's Record and
tbat Mr . Hartline would be in
chars? cf the Concord store. We
were mistaken in saying tbat Mr,
Hartline would go to Concord.
We are elad to state that he
will remain in charge of the Sal
isbary store.' Mr. Lineberger
will have chgrge in Concord.
These are clever gentlemen to deal
A hotse was taken from the
table of a Mr. Lyerly who lives
east of Granite Quarry Monday
night. The thief proceeded tc
ward Go'd Hill with the anima
He aleo had a small horse or mule
and the she riff was notified and
bn be-n making eff.rts to catch
Attention ia called to the adver
tisement f V. Wallace & Sons in
this paper. These people are re
liable and they will give y:u a
square deal every time.
The Sonibem Conference of the
Lutheran Synod cf North Caro
lina, will convene at Richfield to
morrow aud remain in session tw
days. The full prrgram of the
orvices can be found in the Row
an Record of October 81s audlast
week's Watchman ,.:
Contrab'or D. 0.' Lingle was in
town yesterday and told us he had
just killed a. pig that reiged 859
puuaas. wr. single is building
two five-rrom cottagei near Liv
ingstone College. : '..
la farm school rallies are now
in progress. The first, one was
held at Miranda yesterday and
was quite a success. The next one
is being-held at Cleveland
and tomorrow one will be held at
Liberty school house, Friday the
folks will be at Union
house and on Satudav. "Rvafv-
body's day." the firatherW
be held at the court honBe tn fii.
iebury. - .
It is reported that Cant. Rih.
ard Henderson, who has been ope
rated upon at the Johns Horfcinn
Hospital, Baltimore, is getting
along well and a permanent cure
of his trouble is exnsoted. Thi
is good news to Captain Hender
son's many friends.
Yesterday mc miner an alarm nf
fire was turned in. It. was a resi
dence near the Goodman Lumber
Company, a blaze having been
started on the roof, by a defectivaJ
nue. ine name was nnfc mt
workman and the building saved
as it was beyond the reach of the
tar city fire depatment.
A number of gentlemen accent
ed the hospitality of T. J. Jerome,
Esq , last night and enjoyed a
banquet in the Stonewall Clnb
The object cf the meeting was to
discuss the advisability of estab
lishing a country clnb on property
owned by Mr. Jerome and his as
sociates near Grant Creek. Rev
F. J. Maltett aoted as tcatmaster
aild am one the sneakers were
Taos. J. Jerome, Kgq.( Hon. Jno.
d. JtLenderBon, Geo. R. Collins,
Mayor Walter H. Woodson, A.
H. Price, Esq., Edwin M. Hoff
man, of the Boys' Community
Work, Doctors Stokes and McKeu-
z e, lb. a, Weave and A. Li smoot.
A country club nnder the auspices
of such gentlemen would no doubt
be ooi duoted on a very respectable
basis, free from the usual ques
tionable influences of such places.
The King s Daughters of the
First PresbyteriaD Chnroh hold
thei annual bazaar on Thursday
aod Friday, November 25th and
26tb. Committees have been an
pointed and arrangements are be
ing made to have one of the great
est events of its kind yet given by
them . The receipts will be given
to local charities.
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an operation is necessary, but at once
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read and answered by a woman,
and held in strict conncrem.
Sale ol Valuable Lands.
, Pursuant to the terms of a certain
mortgage deed of trust executed on
September 14th, 1912, by Lonnie Miller
and wife Martha W. Miller, the same
being recorded in the office of the
register of deeds for Rowan county in
book of mortgages No. 44, raze 126,
etc. , default having been made in the
payment of the mdebtedness for which
said mortgage was executed to secure,
and at the request of the holder of the
note secured, the undersigned trustee,
will expose for sale at public auction
for cash at the court house door in
Saturday, December 6th,
1918, at the hour of 12 m., the follow
ing described real estate:
lituate in Providence Township,
Rowan county, near the Reimer Mine
and bounded as follows: Beginning at
a stone, Safrit's corner ; and runs north
87 degrees west 7. SO chains to a stone
on the Reimer Mine line : thence with
said line south 3i degrees west 8.20
chains to a stone : thence north 6 de
grees west 8.15 chaini to the beginning
containing 3J acres, be the same more
or lees. For back title see book of
deed 8 No. 180, page 227, etc.
This November 3rd, 1913.
John L Rkndleman, trustee
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and see for youflself how soon
it stops pain. It don't sing
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Pain simply can't stay if you
The Great Family Remedy
Cuts, Burns, Backache,
Sprains, - Bruises,
and all other ailments of
Man and Beast.
Since 1 848 the foremost
Ptdn Reliever of the South.
25c, 50c. $1 a bottle
at Dnu and General Stores.
Homeseekeri? tickets are
sold at greatly educed fares
on the 1 stand ?rd Tuesdays
of each mtfnh; stopovers
free and 25 Jiys time, via
Cotton Belt -R, jute, to
Winter tourist tickets (round
trip) from sout '$ast points to
many points in 'fa, Louisiana
and New Mexictv will be on sale
daily Nov. ,1st. rj$ to April 30.
1914; with exceectmgty long return
limit of June 1st, 14. Stopovers.
All year tourist licketa on sale
daily to certain p'pints in Texas
90 day limit. .
The Cotton Bel: Route is the
through Arkansa.Mtwo splendid
trains daily, with jlectric lighted
equipment of th 'pigh sleepers,
parlorcars anddLjg cars. Trains
from all parts of Southeast make
direct connectiorj it Memphis
with Cotton Beli Route trains
to the Southwes j
For full informatici i Sabout Home
seekers Fares, Win?r;Tourist Fares
or AH Year Tourist;,1ckets, address
the undersigned, , Bpks about fann
ing in Southwest, se; it free. Write!
H.H. SUTTON, Diib lrt Pass'r Agent
M. B. HOLTSFORD, ruienger Agent
109 W. 9th St.,Chai (anooga, Tenn.
118-124 S. Lea St.. Salisbury, 1U
- Of course you have
noticed the improvements
we have made in the laun
dering of collars.
By our new method, we
so launder a collar-that its
top edge, where it id turn
ed over, is not sharp, but
slightly rounded, more
space is given all along be
tween the inside and out
side of the collar where the
By the way, this new
method also assists in pre
venting the edges of the
collars from cracking.
Liberal commission paid to agents.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In The World!
A formula. which-as obtained from an Indian
Doctor by an old gent man in the year of 1872 when
in the coal helds of Wjyt -Virginia, when at that time
Pneumonia was raging to such an extent that the
doctors were losing parent after patient. When thia
Indian doctor asked tse permission to use his remedy
with the agreement th; if he did not cure them he
would not charge thenone cent. This permission
was granted on theseyfc frms. And he went to work
and the result was thahe cured every case that the
doctors had given up. tidie. This old gentleman has
made and used this remedy in his community ever
since, curing nearly, evry one that he got to before
thf y were too near gon to use the Remedy. The old
gentleman getting tcod todo much with it sold it to
in 1909, and he. is the owner and manufacturer of this Great Remedy, And
is now putting it on Upmarket at a small cost for such a Remedy, as he feels
that it will be a great jessing to the public to get such a remedy a this for
the dreaded disease of iieumonia. Sinceputting this remedy on the market
we have have had manicures to oir credit for Pneumonia, Croup, JOolds, Sore
Throat, Burns, Old Soils, etc
HorlEap Sale ol Luis.
Pursuant to the provisions of a cer
tain mortgage deed of trust, dated
February 1st, 1912, executed by C. A
Haynes to B. B . Miller, trustee, and
recorded in book 44 of mortgages at
age 12 in office of register of deeds of
owan county, to secure the maeDtea-
ness recitea tnerein, aeiauit naving
been made in payment of said indebt
edness and the holder thereof having
demanded . the foreclosure of said
mortgage, the undersigned trustee
will sell to the highest bidder for cash
at the court house door in Salisbury ,
N. C, on
Monday, December 1st, -
1913. at 12 o'clock m.t the. following
described real estate :
One certain tract of land consisting
of three lots, lying on StatesviJlf road
iust north of Livingstone uouege
property, beginning a at stake in the
edge of the Statesville road, nort-east
side of said road, rear corner 01 tne
Odd Fellows lot, and runs thence north
about 35 degrees east 11 feet to a
stake, and runs thence north about 45
degrees west 141 feet to Partee line,
thenee with said Partee line south
about 53 degrees 119 feet to edge of
Statesville road, thence witn said ro.an
151 feet to the beginning, being part
of the land described in deed book 109
at i age 194,
This the 27th day of October, 193.
B. B. Miller, trustee,
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THING llfJHEia YOU SEE IT?
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Mortgage Sale ol House and Lot.
Pursuant to the provisions of a jtser
tain mortgage deed of trust, dated
October 24, 1910, executed by Taylor
McCarter and wife , Rachel McOarter.
to 8. B. Miller, trustee, and recorded
in the office of register of deeds for
Rowan county in mortgage books 39
page 250 and 44 page 282, respectively. ,
to secure the indebtedness recited
therein, default-having been made in
the payment of said indebtedness and
the holders thereof having demanded
the foreclosure of said mortgages, the
undersigned trustee will pell to the
highest bidder for cash at the court ,
house door in Salisbury, N. C, on
Monday, December 1st,
1913, at 12 o'clock m., the following
described real estate:
One house and lot situated in tbat
part of Salisbury known as Dixonville
and bounded as follows, beginning at,
a stone by the side of a rugar maple,
Kine Brooks' corner on the street
called Mowery Avenue, and runs thence
with the edge of Mowery Avenue south
5 degrees east 49 feet to corner of
lot formerly belonging to Ephrarm
Bost, thence with said line south 85
feet west 198 feet to a stone, Anna
Bolt's corner, thence with her line
north 5 degrees west 49 feet to a
stone. King Brooks' corner, thence
with his line north 85 degrees east 19S
feet to the beginning, known as the
Junius Meares home place.
Thia the 27th day of October, 1918. 1
B.B. Miu.n, trustee.
TTTHpN you do your trading
yiti must have confidence in
the people with whom you trade.
We try to merit the confidence of
the peopfe by giving the best pos
sible vals fr the money.
Here re some goods of except
Extra Skir ;s
Ladies and Children's
Vests afjl Paots
CF-CompleteMssortment of Sweaters,
We bave a lar '$ asaorkment ft JT FA 04
of Woolen T Jess Goods at LD) OUC Ol
flTOur Hosiery is the. Kind That Wears,
Sale of H. 6. Grubb's City Property in Salisbury and
' Valuable Farm Lands in Rowan County,
: By virfde of an order of salemade by the Superior
Court of Dtavidaon County. N. O.. in the special Droceedincr
therein peading entitled 9. W. Finch and O. T. Davis,
Admrs. of H. O. Grubb and others vs. Zeb Grnbb and
others, the undersigned, administrators, will sell at public
auction, at the court house door in the city of SALISBURY,
N. C, on . v
I nionday December 1st 1913?
at 11 o'clock a. m., the following . described real estate
situate in said county, viz: ' "
THE GRUBB OUILDING--OffIce Building.
j The Grubb Building, an office building seven stories
and basement, having 100 Rooms on Main and Innis Streets
in Salisbury, N. C, fronting 65 feet on Main St. and 99.4
feet On Innis . St. NrtW and mmnlfttfl. mnHflrn nrri rnn
fitructed in best style; also right of way appurtenant. For
uoittiicu uuunaanes see aeea recoraea in Kowan' county,
wojs 11 page ye.
Old Meroney Opera House Property, Barber Shop
Annex and Union Hotel Property.
This property: is situated on Main street in Salisbury
having a front of 71 feet and 11 inches extending back 116
feet and a further extension along Alley for sixty feet back
and sixty feet in width. The building on front lot was
burned. The property is a fine location.
THF. MERONEY THEATER New Theater,
This property situated on Main street in Salisbury,
fronting on Main ett'eetsixty five feet, and extending back
as follows, 31 feet goes back 254 feet and 34 feet goes back
180 feet. Tnis has Opera House, Fraternity Halls, and
store rooms on it.
The Grubb Farms. Hear Salisbury.
1 THE McCOr MILL PLACE on Wilkesboro Road
and W. N. C. R. R. containing 358 acresinore or less.
2 THE DORSETT FARM composed of two tracts,
jne containing 176 4 acres more or less on Statesville road,
md the other containing 154.14 acres more or less on the
SherrillV Ford road.
3 THE FINK FARM on the Statesville road adjoin
ng W. F. Murph, S W. Cole and others on waters of
Grant creek, containing 3721 acres more or less.
4 THE McINTURFF FARM: One tract in Franklin
Township know n,as the Kelly Place containing 171 acres
more or less, another tract adjoining the above tract cons
taining 58.1 acres more or less.
All the abOTe trCtS Of land ftrA in flno atata nf nnUUttinn
wwww w . v nviuuf mou
ttne meadowi, good dwellinga, and near 8aliBbury. They will be
surveyed and cnt up and plotted and offered for sale in parcels or
rauti ui irom qj to xou aores in a lot.
All the above described lands will ha anA nn tv.
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terms, to wit: One fonrth the
confirmation of sale, one fonrth in ix month.
months, and one fourth in eighteen months, all to be secured at sale
by bond and approved security, deferred payments to bear interest
from confirmation, with the nrivileffe ttatr nariior -Aaai..Aj
II II - . . o - tr " J ling iggniov
till all the price is paid, possession given at confirmation and first
installment paid. Said administrators will also sell at the same
time and place :
The Judoe Council Farm, a tract of land in said conntv.
situate on the Yadkin river and Oaue creek, containing 1771 aores,
mute ur IBs., a uoe river iarm.
The St. John Hill Place and Cornelison Farm,
Als situated on the Yadkin
wvuuvi) mnuu ulr
three D&roeli. one containing 43 aorai. tmrA nr laa.. nna nrtnt.inincr
88 acres, more or less, and the other containing 88 acres, msre or
less. All these traots lie in one body containing 119 acres, more or less.
These lands will be sold fin these terms ; O le-third the purohase prioe to
be cash nn nnnfirmittinn . nna.thinl in thi.a mnnt-U nnn -u .u
all to be sacured at sale by bond and approved security, deferred piyments
bearing interest from eonQrmation. Possession eiyen at confirmation.
.u ne aDJve ianas wiu De sola dear or inoambrances. Prospective
buyers will be furnished any further information desired. The farms in
isaviuson uonnty will be sold at Lexington, N. C, court house DEO. 8, 1913.
S. W. FINCH. 0. T. DAVIS. Admrs. of H. C. Grubb. Lexington. N. O.
October 21, 1913. Emery E. Saner, Lexineton. N. O.. Clement & Clement.
Salisbury, N. C, attorneys.
Notice to Creditors
Having qualified a? administrator of
the estate of W. I. Johnson, deceased,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the said decedent to
file an itemised, verified statement of"
same with the undersigned on or be
fore the 18th day of October, 1014. or
this notice will be pleadod in bar of
their recovery. Persons indebted to
said estate are notified to make
This October 18th, 1913.
JOHK L. RCNDLIHAN,
Mce to Mtors.
Having qualified as administrator of
the estate of Ellen Oakley, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the said deeedent to file an
itemized, verided statement of same
with the undersigned on or before the
16th day of October 1914, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. Persons indebted to said estate
are notified to make prompt settle
This October 1st. 1918.
John J. Stkwabt.
Commissioners' Sale of Land.
By virtue of an order of sale made in
the special proceeding entitled W. H.
Moore et al vs. Wm. L. Freeze et al
pending' in thi Superior court of
Kowan county, the undersigned com
missioners will sell at pubUs auction
to the highest bidder, at the court
house door in Salisbury, N. 0., on
Moitday, December 1st,
1913, at the hour of noon, the follow
ing described tract of land in Rowan
Bounded on the north by the John.
Houston lands, on the east by the
lands of Davui Coble, on the south by
the lands of David . Coble and Bob
West, on the west by the lands of Geo.
Seaman and BankinMoLaughlin, con
taining 180 or 135 acres more or less,
and being the home place of the late
John Foster Freeze, which land is sold
subject to the dower rights of his
widow 8,' Katherine Freeze.
Terms of sale one-third cash, in six
months and one-third in twelve
This October 25,1913.
Gso. A. Morrow,
R. B. MoLaugbxik,
114S. MAIlj ST,,
to get all kinds of useful, artistic and
up-to-date Furniture at low prices is
r-cu i v jf i r n f it i "v u m i u tfa i i i j.
va m in i i i ii ve a i ii i i
SALISBURY, U. C. II I III II
LET US ClAKE TOUB IIOKIE A REAL