You Need a Tonic
There are times in every woman's, life when she! I
needs a "tonic to help her over: the hard places. ?.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to take Cardui, the woman's tonic Cardui is com
posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which" act 1
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, f
and helps build them back to strength and health. '
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its past half century of wonderful ;
success, and it will do the same for you. .
You can't make a mistake in taking -:r.U:';
The Woman's Tonic '
Miss Amelia Wilson, RED. No. 4, Alma, Ark., H:
says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, .f ,
for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was
so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything.' ''.
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.
$LEB DISTURBING BLADDER WEAKNESS
BACKACHE-RHEUMATISM, QUICKLY VAillSH
Even Most Chronic Sufferers
Find Relief Alter A Few
! Doses Are Taken
Baclcache, urinary disorders, and
rheumatism, are caused from weak,
inactive kidneys, which fail to filter
out the impurities and keep the blood
pure, and the only way on earth to
premanently and positively cure such
itroubles, is to" remove the cause.
The new discovery, Croxone, cures
fetich conditions because it reaches
ithe very roots of the disease. It
teoalcs right into the stopped up, in
active kidneys, through the walls and
linings; cleans out the little filtering
(Cells and glands; neutralizes and dis
solves the poisonous uric acid sub
Stances that lodge in the joints and
muscles to scratch and irritate and
cause rheumatism; it neutralizes the
urine so itno longer irritates the
(tender membranes of the bladder,
and cleans out and strengthens the
.stopped up, lifeless kidneys so they
filter and sift all the poisons from
1 Jrr thisis
I I 'And 3 gal
make 7 gals, of pure paint fof
It's onty $1.50 per gal.
Anybody can mix the
HJt Whereas, if
Jr M- SEMI'MIXED REAL PAINT is PURE WHITE LEAD.
ZINC and LINSEED OIL. the best-known paint materials for 1 OO years.
Use a flal. out of any L.&M.PAINT yon buy, and II not tbe best
paint made, return the paint and get ALL your money back.
T, J. Lyerly, Granite Q rarry ; S. L. Mullen . Hantersville ; George O. Goodman
Oo., Mooresville; White-Jetton & Co., Davidson ; Owens Drug Co., Winston
Salem ; Rhyne Hdwe C a., Newton.
If you want to buy a Farm,
Large or Small, see us.
If you have a Farm to Sell,
List it with us.
p and Insurance Company.
YOU CAN SMILE
mm rm mr rr i- m
Gold op Porcelain Crowns, . . . - $3, $4 and $5
Beautiful Sat of natural Porcelain Tea th $7 to $10
COME AT ONCE FOR FREE EXA.MINA.TIOM.
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Phone 763. Lady Attendant 12$f Main Street.
njj guaranteed to please any reasonable person, done as quickly,
as well, same or better grade of paper' full count, courteous
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the blood, and drive' it out of the
So sure, so positive, so auick and
lasting, are the results obtained from
the use of Croxone, that three doses
a day for a few days are often all
that is required to-cure the worst
case of backache, regulate the most
annoying bladder disorders, and over
come the numerous other similar
It is the most wonderful prepara
tion ever made for the purpose. It
is entirely different from all other
remedies. There is nothing else on
earth to compare with it It is so
prepared that it is practically impos
sible to take it into the human sys
tem without results.
You can obtain an original package
of Croxone at trifling cost from any
first-class drug store. All druggists
are authorized to personally return
the purchase price if Croxone fails to
give desired results, regardless of
how old you are, how long you have
suffered, or what else has failed to
Make Your Own Paint !
YOU WILL SAVE 60 cts. PER GAL.
. L. & M. SEMI-MIXED REAL PAINT,
at $2.10 per gal. - '$8.40
. Linseed Oil to mix with it - 2.10
OIL with the PAINT.
7 gals, of ready-for-use Daint in
a gal. or $14.70.
when youhave gsod teeth, but it is
a risky bnsiness if roar teeth are
bad. If there is anything the mat
ter with yours, come and let us ex
amine them and' we will pat them
in proper condition for you, arrest
decay, should there be any,-and
make your teeth permanently pret
ty and healthy. We are expert
Dentists, but not expert chargers.
Our charges are very rea jonable,
for instance: -
April is hear ndIots o olondy
:-- People have begua'to plant'corn
now. J"-- -'.il-'5" . "
The little , child of 0. Gri;
ham, is quite sick with - bronchai
tor out Wednesday nightv C'
Tne Spring' Communion will bH
at Salem Chnrch April the 12tb,
preaching on - good Friday at 2
o'clock pjn.'i Erery body invited.
F--Lots-of sickness imoce 'thA
ohildren -in thii com inanity at
this time.: - . .
r-j&" " '
i Jj 0; Ridenbour, of Salem, his
the contract- to- build the big
whiteoak barn for" Oolonel John
aarkeyHelalookinglfor a big
crop thii year.V-!-. a -
V- lf.y "".j.; " iH " .-
It looki now like the people will
haye a big fruit crop, thii year, ei -penally
thVparsbing and carshey
Eli Shnlenbergef is coufi oed t o
hit room witfimampa.
Eaitar It gimoifc here, only
ight morei paya. . Children get
your eggi n
Scboel CIssIsf it Brisiti Quarry .
I The'i closing ; exercises of the
Qranite,Qaarry Vchool are taking
place today -The -jprogram is an
interesting -on rand consists of re-
oitatichsand dealamations by the
pupils, muioby the Rook well
Cornet Bandr an address by Rev.
N. O. Bodiea literary add r en by
T. F Hndson, Esq, , and the
"metaU" will be rarded by Prof .
R. G. KiserT A7gatoe'of ball took
olace at 4 p. mu, and at 8 p. m., a
remarkable fl?e act production,
entitled "Nellie, the Quadroon,
Out of Bondage, was iTaged
S'eld immediately to Sloan's Lin
ent. It relieves aching and'
swollen parts instantly. Reduces
inflammation and quietsthat agon
izing pain. Don t rub it pene
gives quick relief from chest and
throat affections. Have you tried
Sloan's? rHereV what others say :
"My mother has ased one 50e. bottle
of Sloan's Laiiment, and although she
ta ovr 83 Veara of a. ahe has ob
tained sreati relief rrom her rbeuma-
S. t.inMwaf. CUm. CaL
M . .Good feir CaU ami Crop
A little boy next door had cronp. I
fraveha mother Sloan' Liniment to
try. She nt him three drnm nn amrar
Vaefore gang to bed andhe sot up with-
onttne croup b
tna -mornine. nr.
Slon liniment is the beat medi
cine In the World. It has relieved me
of aeuralria. Those pains have all gone
and I can trohr sarvoor Liniment did
Stopttem.'! ML JWbr ofjohan-
At all Dealer Prlo2oc.. 50c. & $1.00
JlDtabMrae Booklet on .
,.Tho8e who seek perfec
tion in silverware i n-
, variably choose , forks,
spoons and fancy ' terv-
- ine pieces stamped with
" the renowned trade mark
In quality and beauty
'ofl design; this well-
s- known stiver isunsur-
passed. Its remark
able , durability has
-won it the popular'
tide "Super Flare
Sold by leading-,
where. Send for
catalogue ' C-L"
HHTaNtM co .
(Inttmtkmal 8Urr Con
meriden, cam. ;
m The kind that is
n attractive Valid is
"prifStoince, who baa
beb"te"pa8t 1 week, is
gettinjsw&ettei at "tKisTrrit-
Edpaond DtaCha been on. the
tick Jist the -pastjWeeK "J
B. A. .Fespsrnaaa' and Co., tf
Rockwell, ar preparing ; to close
out part of tfir present stook: of
goods to"maki room for a
)lete line of
tore wbioh tl
intend to carry.
Mr. and Atrs -Lather Barset's
baby has beeqnite Biok, bat is
better at.thisjsf riting.
Mrs. EviabYateg is making ber
home with MjS; &t.U Mri. Lather
Barger. : )
Failh Cjunltl, if. 100, Jr. O
U. A. M., is tkinflf preparations.
tiu have two 11 an bible presen
tations on Eaer Monday : one at
the Sloop Bchtl hqiase and one at
Menios schoolf I '
T ' r.
Uncle BiU.wislje8 to thank
Grandpa Venrforhis comment
upon hijj poe on jee, but also
wishes to- infoti Bo. Venus that
he ma, be a hle iid( bat he ia
on the job ju?t th ame.
W . A, Shung ji preparing to
give his mill r)f a coat of paint
in the near f ntre. I
Momps are n the go in
this vioioity. J 1 - .
It seems tha3ri Lee of GolC
Knob seems tihiUk that Uncle
Bill is wild, bpfeit !i a saying of
old that when g fellow is hit he
will generally jjlldy. (Jnole Bill
hopes in the tareUo prove to
Bro. Lee, that is'liot quite as
wild as he aright inagine.
s,,v.I I I'.
The county csmmissioner's
should be oongtulated on pais
ing a reaolutiorefning to allow
any mora lioen issued to Carni
val compani8Srs,?Jnfhe, past, car
nivals have aijfied .away many
hundred dpllaiSfran this county,
besides meet ??niyl companies
carry with the$ja seji of gamblers
and thieves ben again . they
carry a line otTnawments whioh
are not to1: all viopje's liking.
v. ' : " ' - I
Mrs. Maggia'enlil visited at
Mrs. G. H. M .i?jfouiman's March
Monroe Ketn& has put a new
'phone in' his iidarlce.
Miss Daisy Jabijse is staying
with her brotr, James Nance,
since Mrs. Nan has been Biok.
Rev. T. L. Nfpea,1 former pas
tor at Rock Grrjye Ml E. Chnrch,
who is nof servtg pastorate in
the western pa& of the State,
writes that hes getting along
well in his new feld of work .
"' icirtJ . , IS'-
Nathan Bro wg- who has been
canvaiBi-ng Sou Carolina, repre
senting aMarge irrsety of Georgia,
arrived home Mjg'cbj 7bh to spend
a. few days withsomd folks.-
J. S. Brown.Nio had been as
sisting his Tardier,1 Nathan, in
South Carol inal I iog fruit trees,
got tired of the ?5uittree business
and joined the iQs. army.
There will 1jre4ohing every
Sunday at Rqf Gfove M. E.
Church"at'2 p: by Rev. Jacob
Misenheimer, angSj practicing by
the choir also. i
mg worked the wad near Shap
ing's mill MaroOfch.
Henderson, tyopng son of
W. H, EarnharclGis tvery nok at
phis writing J
John Shaping 8 Veen confined
in his home
aJiew' days with
Check Your arir Cough.
chill yoatojbja vyry
Catch ca1fT2.r1 4 nrT?an A !l n n on striTT
txyuany ana lei vtfmeraoie i(u
need Dr. Etna's "-Jb w ".Discdvev.
It soothes inflamif? and irritated
throat and -fungts- stops jeoagb,
your bead clears fe'verleaves.
and yoaf ee finiL. 1 tyffgj;: T.
Davis.31 Stickne Vi Oftrier tMe
Was'cured .of a d-&adfal ooaerh
after doctor's; tretieiit and f all'
06ner.reiueuies (auiu 3 Jtteuer. or
money bahk. " ;Ueasant
dreli likejitri Gefefbditle
503. and:$1.00, ataeDr;
Salve for All
. Mies EflSe Basinger has been
sick the past week. : r
' Earle Ketner, who has been at
tending school at China , Grove
High Sobool, spent -. Saturday
night, .March 28th, with home
folks near Organ churchi
t John Miller is hauling a fine lot
of po8tstoM,. L. Gantfc's farm
4ear Organ church;
vtlJ rrrrxt ays like to
raiser .nd ' credit - to those
deserving it, and in oar jodgment
the:;farmers in the Emm annal
charoh community deBeive prais
ing is, ttey. have shown what real
meaus b communitv and to
themisJilgia ve gone. '' to
gethernattijlns of the bstt
roads lnthis 'pajt of the county at
near Rcckwell and a photograph
has bwnrijtfiefoad and of
the gatk This phot
graph can be seen arH. L. Misen
heimers stor. The . time , has
conae when ban : Ooanty Deeds
better roads'and we should have
them. These good. people have
set an Example of what comma
tity can do bAllpnlhng tosjeth
'J&iiW sst negleot
ed the zpadis more than we should
haggroenus is always trot
tingteihings. Can vcu
Park Iial, No,. 655. Farmers
ion, onlbaded a oar load of fer-
iser ay&c&well April 1st.
O. . Harrington Las opened
a new sSoin i Rookwell and will
do all kind oi sewing machine re
- a H1 . . m
psinug sua seep an xiua oi re
pairs. He has the agency for sev
eral splendid makes of machines
which he will offer for sale.
. We notice. that Bro. Bartlette
has come forth as a gilt edge poet.
Unole Bill has never had the hon
or of meeting this distinguished
poet, but from the way he praises
his own poem as being beantifnl
he must class himself with Long
fellow or some of the other fa-
mum pusM. we aamis cnat we
are juit the least bit feebls, bat
Uncle Bill is in high hopes of
learning to be better qualified for
advancement after reading poems
from thepen of our distinguished
self -praised poet: Uhclic Bill.
-' April 6 th,rFarmers are busy
preparing: plant corn . Some
are.: iegoning Vo plant .
Attn Sts Shaver, who has been
so ill is Improving at this writing
we are glad to say .
AvEirlr who has been on
the siek list.liaa greatly improv
ed, we arV indeed glad to note .
I rtL Shaver ;jM; and Mrs
A. W-l Shaver -visited in Albe
marle Marah 28th and 29sh.
NeelyXiik, of Rock Hill, 8. 0.,
spent' froim Bfaroh 28th , to 80th,
with his family whojare visiting
at A . W. Shaver's. . -
Miss Esther Fry'is siok at this
wri ting we sire sorry to say .
Miss Gertie Morgan had a qailt
ing party Saturday afternoon.
MrsJ lnbyJC Miller, who has
been siokis on the mend as this
writinir.y . ; .
Ttfitfiiylie Kirk, who has been
visiting, in Albemiile the past
weekiSf eturned home Saturday
v lMis's Lillie Arey,.who has been
Working In Albemirle, returned
home Monday. T
Notr majby from oar vicinity,
went o the Oounty Commence
ment Friday. ;
JrO. Shaver contemplates go
ijig to Rutherford College Thurs
day to attend the Newtonian
Literary Society's annual debate
wfiioh will be held Friday night.
Best Family Laxltlve
Boware of constipation . Use
Dr. Eing's New Life Pills and
seeo well. Mrs Charles E. Smith
of Wait Franklin, Me., calls them
"Our family laxative." Nothing
better for adnlts or aged. Get
them today . 25o. All druggists
or by mail. H. E. Bnnbln fr. nn
Ml mi lisl
iPhiladelnhia or St. Loui!.
You Have Nasal Catarrh
Not Very Bad, But
It Bothers You a Good Deal
-" Some people have nasal catarrh
and know 1L Not only the patient
knows It, but all of his friends know
it, . Manjrjeople know it that are not
his friends.. Just those people who
happen to meet him, in the street car
or on the public square.
- That sort of a nasal catarrh .need
not be described. Everybody knows
"the symptoms without their disgust
Peruna helps such cases every day.
Thousands nave attested to this fact
unsolicited. Perwflk--aaeven the
are cases of nasal ca-
"hot so evident. One nostril is
Hopped today. The other nostril is
stopped -tomorrow. Cannot breathe
freely through the nostrils. Easy to
sneeze. Mucus in the nose too thick.
Sometimes forms brownish lumps.
Catch -cold easily. . Never quite free
of a cold. These symptoms describe
a case of subacute nasal catarrh.
Many people have it, and some who
would not admit they have nasal ca
tarrh. He knows he must blow his nose
freely. He remembers that he does
not breathe easily through the nose.
Furniture . :
LET US HAKE YOUR
n r 1 m 1 1 m j 1
mwm, 1 uesaay. adfi i
This Season Bigger, Bright
ter and Better than ever.
One Hundred Feature Acts Pre
sented in Two Rings and a Stage.
Peopes' National Bank
Salisbaiy . N. C.
Does General Banking Business
WS PAY FOUR PER CENT on time de
posits. Interest payable every 8 months
Prompt attenion given to any busi
ness entrusted to as.
Your business solicited.
0Peoples National Bank
John S. Henderson, J. D. Norwood,
D. L. OaskiH,
W. T. Busby,
He recalls the fact that he snores
some now, whereas he did not jrs
vlously. - "-v
Subacute nasal catarrh! Of'.Vh
might call it incipient nasal catarrnA
Or, still better, nasal catarrh Just ly
ginning and becoming chronic & yfj
Now is the time to take. Peruna, i.
A little Peruna will do wonders , t?:
this stage of the disease. Snuff a lit. '
tie weak salt water every morntotf ' .
(see "Ills of Life." sent free by P ;r
runa Co., coiumtms, umo;,
enough to clear out the nose. Take '
a dose of Peruna before breakfast.
Hold it In the mouth. Let it trickle s
down slowly and breathe the furaev.ft:'
a ti .i t ii.. . .. . nttf'.V
surnllrmr It " .'-
This will stop an incipient sase at
nasal catarrh in a few weeks. Stop- ;
it entirely. The nose becomes clear
again. The breath is swee.
breathing .free. No more snoring, .or'
snufflinEr. or sniffling. , or catching? v-
cold easily. All of these things SBPf'.
in the past.. .
An army of men and women havejfe
been benefited by Peruna. You mighty
a$ . well become one of the benefited,
ones as to allow it to go on any; .
- : Undertaker
HOME A REAL HOME.
and Trust Co.
Salisbury, N. C.
NET TO COURT HOC SB
Will pay you 4 par cent on
your deposits and compound
the interest quarterly.
This is a Big Bank, why ut?t
open an account with us!
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