a m i i mm i i
ficr Focr Tears of Discouraging
Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave
Op in Despair. Husband
Casio to Rescue.
Cttroo, Ky. In an Interesting letter
bom fills place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows: "I suffered for four
years, wife womanly troubles, and during
f!ds time, 1 could only sit up for a little
YrfaSe, and could not walk anywhere at
S3. At times,! would nave severe pains
fa my left side
j The doctor was called in, and his treat
tsent relieved me for a while, but I was
coon confined to my bed again. After
Cat, nothing seemed to do me any good
I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle of
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com
menced taking it From the very first
dose, I could tell it was helping me. I
can now walk two mijps without its
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped
FOOKWELL ROUTE 2.
April 10. John P. M. Deal has
John Shaping has been very
sick with mumps the paafc week.
Most all the sohool children in
this community, ' attended the
aounty commencement at Salis
bury April 3rd.
April 10th. Mrs. Agnea Canble
visited at E. L. E. Sifford's Wed
Elizabeth SilTord visited at 0
W. Harrington's Tuesday Morn
Mist Daisy and John SiffoFd
Rockwr! ine near future wnere visited their aunt, ElUn Siffjrd,
he willjvjf tne -meroantue busi- Saturday night and Sunday.
1 ine coaler s Uept store is do-
O..H5sPsfer left Monday, April jDg a g0od busiuess now as thev
5th , to;ijMoe jfrork id Mecklen- had two clerks Wednesday and
bnrg lmffiy u iuriwi ui mey were busy most of the time.
th JnrtfSr.Jrder. .
m- i- i- r; -rr-. : t - l A.V31 4. . a
v" . uiui rrcgfowo seems so
Mre.yjams Vjooaman, wna 01 1 Da all the go no.
N. M. Brown has swaDDed his
more than a million women, in its 50 .. fgQ Ux young mQ,0
years of continuous success, and should
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom
mend it Begin taking Cardui todayr
The exhibition at Lowtistone
Saturday night, April 4th, was
largely attended and the exeiciaes
was very good. Music was far
oished I y a string baud.
John Josey visited his daughter,
fr m tiljPO. S..of A,, of which
her WoStifLS,a member.
the highest ideals in plated ware are assured
spoons, forks, and fancy serving pieces Rearing the
renowned trade mark
TI7U,Vrt n rhattinrVKm MAtirlnA CA.. Ladle
ArfvKnrv Dpnt.. Chattanooea. Tenn.. foi bVectiU
Instructions on your case ana tn-page dook. noma . ui. i t ir -
Treatment for Women.'-sent in plain wrapow. I-6a UfH. r lltUi, AjUjr, Bb muuiuo,
fw days ago.
Lowerstone and Fisher crossed
bats Saturday, April 4th, aud
Lowerstone was victorious by a
aiore of 12 to 20.
R ckweil Camp, No. 12 P O
S. of A., has trade a splendid re
cord the past few months They
hav increased their membership
and finances about 100 per cent
Tms speaks well for Rockwell
J. S' fiord went to mill Wednes
day and on account of rain
Biayea wnn nis couun, Henry
f J. . J a. "i I . rw i
sua ratarna nnma i nnra
G. IIk&3er, district, deputy of dfty jQ tfae gnow
the Jr.JsPJA. M., reports tnas
he areaviikf? three new councils James Canble is visiting his
nf the G&dsr"in Mecklenburg coun- Aunt, Mrs. Arey, in Salisbury th's
ty anass-pa-)n ,ukuio
more iXkd&v -dayl. tie tninaB School closed at Kluttz Acad.'
r i w : " . . L mm ' 1 1 1 a in I m 1 A m '
MfrCKieripflr uuuud jr i my inesaay, Apru i. me pa-
abont otgf)UBaftd new members ron8 0f tne 80hool gave the teach.
this yeaiVJte also states that the er a dinner and Rev. Sowers made
district W'ing iiill be held at an address. On account of bad
Norwcoae tipe m May and weather there were not very many
that he nJtlyy?opeB that every out.
pnnncil iltSa district will be re-
H. LnoaHf spent Saturday
iiiri Sii witii hii family at
Rockwell' fctt returned to ' Gas
Mrs. Cora Peeler and children,
Mrs. Arey and daughter, Mildred
L uis9, and Mrs. Oddie visited - at
L. I. Cauble's Saturday night and
1847 ROGERS BROS.
There are various makes of silverplated tableware
which are claimed to be "just as good," but, like all
imitations, they lack the beauty and wearing quality
identified with the original and genuine ' "1847 ROGERS BROS."
ware popularly known as "Silver Plate that Wears
Sola by leading dealers everywhere. Send for
catalogue "C-L" showing all designs.
HERIDEN BRITANNIA CO,
(INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO, Manfan Cnim
flnmn nlnn? "dinners" we are
J-!! I a r i 1
Dr Gr'.Wr4.Choate aud Rev- Jor' waiting on you to give us the news
' dan,, raV;r jf ther Baptist church Qr your community
HmiDrsnn tha xrnnnrr oor nf I . D 'XJ 1 1" m oil fc trt KM n n a nnl 1 a 1
' J . I vv-a4r' C . r ... TTnnle Rill needs some nraise on
D..k..Jk 1 I 1 J 1 f !.:!'; . U 4. Anf rrrlfr-. I ' r
making a con-
pne'imonia, is getting better we Mr.
are glad to say. I tributiS.f&a da tha finiehing of
Th. farmers of this section are " the B't'5l!nrch which is being
-t i I ak:.n-jT'i I 1.11
vary busy at this writin?. ! ert:C f QlA
James Sain, who has leased! The plosed at the Kluttz
be Rockwell Roller Mitl, is do-. htiolbVivAPnl .h tflet '
i ! . " a
business we are ! 0JJU1 -amce
I PenuinfiJjhe .principal, was
the items in last week's paper.
mg a very good
glad to note.
The Rockwell Casket Co , has
been puttiDg in abcut full time ?o
far this year.
Brautly Beaver has bought a
valuable piece of property
Rockwell and expscts
to move to
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Buy 4 gals. L. & M. SEMI-MIXED REAL PAINT,
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' Anybody can mix the OIL with the PAINT.
Whereas, if you buy 7 gals, of ready-for-use paint in
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The L.OM. SEMI-MIXED REAL PAINT is PURE WHITE LEAD,
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If you have a Farm to Sell,
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sufferers find instant relief in
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soothes and quiets the nerves.
No rubbing merely lay it on.
" I would not be without your Lini
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" I suffered with quite a severe neu
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two or three nights and I haven't suf
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Swinger, Louisville, Ky.
Treatments for Cold and Croup
'My little girl, twelve years old,
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on going to bed, and she got.up in the
morning with no signs of a cold. A lit
tle boy next door had croup and I gave
the mother the Liniment. Shegaye him
three drops on going to bed, and he got
up without the croup in the morning."
Mr. W. H. Strange, Chicago, IlL
At all Dealers. Price 25c, 50c. anil S1.00
Sloan's Book on Horse sent free.
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc., Boston, Mass.
hoDorAJwitBa large dinner which
was Bprkti Cfid 'e.iiyed by all
present iiavt'tsf which Mr. Ptn-
V J . i, " J1. -. :
u!ugjr wd,)-" shor6 talk to the
pupils, il.-rV thflm cf his high
apprt-cUt)-'V)f4iiid love for them.
Rt-v. R.iB. ' "wera being present,
tien nuie ,iijeautlTal address to
t'ao echfs&tti patrous in which
hosb'wd arly the needs of
oducaho;i &rii of what value it
was txi btnity.s At the oonclu
eioii I Eiifi i Powers' address, the
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Croxone is the most wonderful
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6ystem of uric acid and driving out
an the poisonous impurities which
cause such troubles. It is entirely
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IS not lilfP nnvtViincr p1s pvw iicaH
eotio 1 wa missed by Mr. ren- for the purpose. It act3 on the Drin-
liiirc-.T abxi.iJiVbovB eaeigsd in a ciple .f cleaning out the poisons and
basebBll gayj,; 4j It soaks right in through the walls,
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read the l&vAid . Soeeches of the makes the kidneys sift out and lter
uie v;uij.n, Aycoca. eauea oy from the Wood and leaves the kid.
K. D. V
jw&mr: ruH P.laranftA nevs and unnarv organs clean.
n : .r. : i i l i . . .I
id.. nr i i- iu- -i u Birunff, neauny ana wen.
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ySt' t ' you have used, the very principle of
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-. rm -" v kj? ii - - i everpm nnthntit rcn te H mo
uesday, AXir s&h, with a bjx snp- nothing else on earth like it It
muP r,,. UkU , J'. ,v, starts to work the minute you take it
per Oil V-iaay Illgbt. and relieves vou the firfim, Vn
Th cr.KOlno Qk Rlrwall US3"'
X"if w" it you suiter with cams m vour
to:a weai.?Aitn ran exhibition back and sides, or have anv sisns of
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kidney, bladder troubles, or rheuma-
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il 7 I vrii arA nprvAite f iTri otirt itrt iatith
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ChetSK-April Cough. Croxone will quickly relieve you of
your misery. You can secure an orig
inal package of Croxone at trifling
cost from any hrst-class druggist.
Thuraday;ja; April 8th.
chill y.-a J i
yery marrow, you
PArnh r JH"U'mn a .tUir A11 druggists are authorized to per-
v - ! longs stuff- sonally rtuTn the purchase price if it
-aloo lerish Cough con- fails in a single case.
tuiually ae-'l miverable You
n-wed Dr. New Disoovery.
It 8oothe?.Jed and irritfttei
throat aa4;3,4,,' stops cough,
your head.! P' ever leav8.
and you f;tV.ae. Mr. J T.
Davis, af fpy.' Corner, Me.4
" Was 'arj dre&dfut oough
after d ctnjitmeQt and a!)
other rem$ Relief or
mouay Preasant Chil-
firon like ijk'ffjfc" bottle to-dy.
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Bores 'r-Tjfti ' '
Notice to Creditors
Having qualified as executor of the
estate of Richard Henderson, deceased
iL- i i. . 11 i i
uib ia iv iiutiijr an persuus unviiig
claims against the said decedent to tile
an itemized, verihed statement of
same with the undersigned on or be
fore the 6th day of March, 1915, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. ersons indebted to said es
tate are notified to make prompt set
This March 5, 1914.
Minnie L. Henderson.
John 8. He-iderson Exeulor
A BUSINESS MAN OF MINNEAPOLIS'
Minneapolis Is a city where they .
do things. Stimulated by a vigorous
climate, surrounded by a fertile
country, peopled by the best blood
of the over crowded east, it la a city
of hustle, of great achievements
conceived and wrought out.
Mr. Taylor, of Minneapolis, Minn.,
is one of this sort of men. A news
paper man. A political worker. An
Englishman by birth. He has been
in- this country nineteen years. He
has resided in the northwest, Win
nipeg, Fargo, and for the last ten
years in Minneapolis. 4
Mr. Taylor is a friend of Peruna
and does not conceal his friendship.
He is thoroughly enthused with the
belief that Peruna is a great remedy.
He has a right to f el so. For several
years he suffered with dyspepsia.
This caused him to have very bad.
Newspaper advertisements would
never have influenced him to take
Peruna. It was friends that per
suaded him to try the remedy. In
less than a week he needed no more
persuasion. He saw that Peruna
was doing him good. He is able to
MR. E. M. TAYLOR, say in a letter to the Peruna Com-
No. 250 Nicollet SL, Minneapolis, Minn, pany, Columbus, Ohio:
- "To-day I am in excellent health. Never, felt better in my life. I am
glad, of this opportunity to say something to all men or women who suffer
from dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I consider Peruna a great remedy.
It is a godsend."
A new book of interest to all, sick or well, sent free by the Peruna
hp f ysmmmffiRWi , 1
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in proper cond'tir n for you, arrest
sdecay, should there be any, and
make your teeth permanently pret
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Dentists, but not expert chargers.
Our charges are very reaionable,
Gold op Porcelain Crowns. $3, $4 and $5
Baauiiful Sat of natural PorcalalnTaath $7 to $10
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Peopes' National Bank
Salisbuiy, N. C.
Does General Banking Business
WE PAY FOUR PER CENT on time de
posits. Interest payable every 3 months
Prompt attenion given to' any busi
ness entrusted to us.
Your business solicited.
CTPeoples National Bank
John S. Henderson, J. D. Norwood,
D. L. Gaskill, W. T. Busby,
. V-l reiidnt. Asst. eashiar
' and Trust Go.
Salisbury, fl 0.
KSXT TO OJURT HO USB
Will pay you 4 par cent on
your deposits and compound
the interest quarterly.
This is a Big Bank, why not
open au account with us8
.wna iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iinniii ,
Comi n g--The lpath Chautauqua 7 Big Days
Including a wo Day Grand Musical Festival v
State of ) In the Superior
North Carolina, Court,
Rowan County ) TBef ore the Clark.
Nellie Howard, Ida
Howard. P. D. Howard!
and wife Minnie How- Notice.
ard, Bose Parrot and
husband E. L. Parrott ,
and The Salisbury Real
ly & Insurance Co.
The defendants above named will
take notice that &n action entitled as
above has been commenced before the
Clerk of the Superior Court of Rowan
county to partition the land in which
each of the defendants have an inter
est actual or contingent; and the said
defendants will further take notice
that they are required to appear at the
office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Rowan county on the 6th day
of May, 1914, at the new courthouse
in said county in Salisbury, N. 0., and
answer or demur to the complaint in
aaid action , or the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demanded in
said complaint. ' 5
J. M. McCubbins,
Clerk Superior Court.
This 31 A day of March, 1915.
BOHUMIR KRYL AND
Grand Opera Light Opera
hfi BAND- THE BEN GREET PLAYERS
all Pi ncrinnr TVfncr5r Oia tni-ir Afvn
Literary Lectures Playground Worker .
You Can't Afford to Miss This Event
in . - .
A Musical Program Every Hi
The season tickets purchased by the local committee, arfCSow for sale, may be had while they last at $2.00. All season tickets thereafter will be
290$ for Nothing put Va.T.3ji
$2.50. Attendance by slFji admission on each entertainment would exceed $8.00.
SEE PROGIlAMjR' COMPLETE LIST OF ATTRACTIONS
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