AiaJ For Three Summers Mrs. Yin
cent Wa Unable to Attend to
Asyef Her Housework.
Pteasaat vHill, N. C. "I suffered for
?JwmiBtt8' writes Mrs. Walter
i?5fIIt0, town, "and the third and
tprosbaaoj ,fieadaches and
housework. , n of mX
j also had dreadful .
and when 4g
Wdng spells, would comeg ,
would have to give up and lie down,
until It wore off.
I was certainly hi a dreadful state of
jKalm. when I finally decided to try
Cardui the woman's tonic, and irmly
believe 1 would have died if I hadn't
Ween it. & -
After I began taking .Cardui, I was
greatly helped, and all three bottles Te
Meved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
ttronger in three months, I felt like an
Kher person altogether."
Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle
icting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
ffect, on the womanly constitution.
Cardui makes for increased strength,
improves the appetite,, tones up the ner
vous system, and helps to make pale,
nallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today.
Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladles' Ad
visory Dept.. Chattanooga, Term., for Special In
ttructvmt on your case and 64-pate book. "Home
Treatment for Women." sent ia plain wrapper. J -65
I Fairms tor s
If you want to buy a Farm,
Large or Small, see us.
If you have a Farm to Sell,
List it with us.
and Insurance Gompany. t
Peopes1 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 as.
Your business solicited.
0-Peoples National Bank
John 8. Henderson, J. D. Norwood,
D. L. Gaakill, W. T. Busby,
V-rresident. Asst. cashier.
and Trust Co.
HE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
Salisbury N. C, May 9, '14.
Of course Thk Watchman epeak e
only for itself, but while other
may not Bay bo, tbey probably
think at we do in regard to mat- j
tera of newt furnished. AH item?
are appreciated-but the kind of.
news molt appreciated by a paper
is that given to it exclusively.
This kind of service looks 'like
loyalty, friendship and real en
ODuragement, and, although the
duplicate copy stuff looks like an
attempt to carry water rn both j
ihoolders, it is preferable to noon
Owing to the nnmercus good
folks running for effice and the
few bad ones The Watchman tac
tbas far taken no part in the
contest before the primaries and
would not now bat for what seems
a oaase for the general welfare.
N iw that we. have had a .new court
house thrust upon us and thi need
for economical government is ap
parent to all, the men to be named
for county commissioners is most
important. Ono of the moat care
ful, safe and ooniervativb men the
oounty has ever had on the board,
has been urged to offer his services
to the county again, and not only
will fill the position acceptably to
fair minded men, but is the man
of the hour and for the plase Hib
name is W. L.KIuttz
Salisbury. N C.
NEXT TO COURT HOU3B
Will pay yoa 4 per cent on
your deposits and compound
the interest quarterly.
This is a Big Bank, why nat
open au account with us!
& sJetEfX I IB"
Make Your Own Paint!
YOU WILL SAVE 60 cts. PER GAL.
- - $10.50
THIS IS HOW
Buy 4 gals. L. & M. SEMI-MIXED REAL PAINT,
at $2.10 per gal.
And 3 gals. Linseed Oil to mix with it - -
, You then make 7 gals, of pure paint for
It's only $1.50 per gal.
Anybody can mix the OIL with the PAINT.
Whereas, if you buy 7 gals, of ready-for-use paint in
CANS, you pay $2.10 a gal. or $14.70.
The L. & M. SEMI-MIXED REAL PAINT is PURE WHTTF rrin
ZINC and LINSEED OIL, tHe best-knoun paLtialilZlorl
Use a gal out ol any L&M.PAINT you buy, and II not the best
paint made, return the paint and get ALL your money back.
T. J. Lyerly, Granite Q larry ; S. L. Mullen Htmteraville ; George C Goodman
4 Co., Mooresville; White-Jetton & Co., Davidson ; Owen Drug Co., Winston
Salem; Rhyne Hdwe Cj.. Newton.
New Quarter Begins April 1st.
Deposits Made up to April 15th Bears Interest
as of the First.
THE SALISBURY BANK & TRUST CO., welcome Bavins
aooouoti in any sum of l.C0 or mfte and pays 4 PER CENT
INTEREST THEREON, compDunded quarterly.
The world will help yiu only as you help yourself and voo
must learn not to rely too much on general prosperity. The
savings account is the best kind of assurance of your own suc
cess. MOpenan Account Wifh Us This Quarter.
Salisbury Bank & Trust Go.
W. E. McWhirter, Cishier. W, F. Fleming, Assistant Cashier.
The Watchman wanta to call
attention to the fact that, not
withstanding there are miles and
miles of public roads in Rowan
needing attention and that taxes
are already burdensome to our
people, that the present hnard of
of commissioners are using the
couoty chain gang to d g the foun
dations for the Salisbury Military
School, an institution owned by
private parlies. By the time thip
1 uilding is up, there will be a cry
for au improved road to this pro
perty and thus tome people will
gat their property improved at the
public's expense and the chance
to sell lots at a higher price will
presort itself. The people will
have a chance to Bay what they
think of such matters within a
Young Uan Commits Suicide la Hickory.
High Point, May 4. Heroert
L. Austin, the young man of this
city, who commited suicide in
Hickory this morning, was until
a few days ago assistant cashier
of the Wachovia i.oan and Trust
Companv and was at the head of
the Piedmont Organ Company
and connected with the Austii.
music house. Two weks ago ho
married Miss Smith, of James
town, and seemed happy, return
ing frcm bis bridal trip' last week
Woriy ever busineis and persna!
matters is given as probable can? .
He left here on the early morning
train, and had heed in Hickcry
only a few minutes whu h fird
the fatal shot, seemingly a prear
ranged affair. The deed was com
mitted in a few miles of where
rest th remains of his mother
where his body will a'so be ic-terred.
May 4. The farmers of this
place have taken a deoided ad
vantage ot the beautiful weather
for the past two weeks and much
corn and cotton have been plan
ted. Just now we are looking for
All appearance bid fair to a
bountiful fruit crop, peach and
apple trees are heavily loaded, of
which all are very proud.
Miss Lucy Barrier has returned
home after snendins several weefci
in south Carolina,
Prof. R. Lee Trexler, who. has
been, teaohing sohool at East
Spenoar, has returned home for
Mr. and Mrs. JameB Brandon
of East Spencer, visited H, F.
The mumps is putting in good
time at this place. Six cases
of others are expected.
Lewii, F. Holshcuser cf thii
place, while loading logs at
Granite Quarry, was thrown from
the oar and sustained a broken
houlder bone besides bruising
We would be very grsteful to
the friends and readers of the
county papers if they would as
sist us in getting aews each week
to report. A newspaper report ar
nas a uard nme trying to gather
news at chanbe times. If yon
nave any cning you would ilk to
see in priat just oa!l up and let us
Know what it is. Phone Rock
well 24 80, or Liberty, 16 80, and
n win oe appreciated.
No wedding to report over Eas-
ter. Don't it beat the band?
Harvey A, Trexler is at Thom-
asvilie where he is making a city
map oi idsc place.
The young people of the Young
io'fo" missionary oociesy or Be.
Peter's will give a "Box Supper"
as "voia JiDob" sohool faouei on
Saturday evening, May 9tb, at
7 dO o'clock. The public is cor
dially invited to attend. These
young ladies have worked hard
for the cause of Christ and de
serves the pationage of the public.
iiere, is Uopine that a snod
crowa win be out, and much and
lating good will be done. Lep,
Although due notice was
Siven quite a number of vot
era failed to pay their poll
tax in time to entitle them
to take rarr, in th fall ala..
-. r- viol,'
tion. - . ,
Mexioo City, May 4. El Pias
announced today that Augustine
Rodriguez and Luis Elguero, both
connected with the Mexioau Nti
ona! Railroad nd Senator Elio
Rabasa would leave hern eron for
Montreal to attend the mediatio;
conference in tiated by Argentina
Brazil and Chile.
This is the first indication
given here that the conference to
settle the difTerenoas between the
United States and Mexico may be
held in Canada.
- At the eame time it was stated
that the meetings of the diplo
mats would not take place in Ha
vana. as had been hinted in some
About all the Lutheran
pastors and quite a number
of the laymembera of that
church are. in Burlington this
week attending the services
ofN.C, synod. The Salis
bury pastors and delegates
invita that body to hold their
next session in this city.
-'THE RANGE ETERNftL"
' ' 14- sssssi
With iL-pieceaet ; of .high grade Aluminum, ' Cop
per aud hua.neled Ware worth 110.00 which is given
with auy ran-e purchased during the exhibit at the
Union Warehouse & Trad'g Co.,
Salisbury, N. C.
From May 7th to 13th, 1914,
A salesman direct from the factory ot the
E N G IAN- ATI HE W S RANGE COMPANY
Two Generations Mailable Rauj?e Bailders
SOUTH BEND, INDIANA,
willhow you the Range, preseut you with a hand
some Co k Book and Souvenir and serve with you
. ' - - - '
ratfe'd School Closing.
i On Friday, May 22, two
weeks from next Friday, the
Salisbury public school will
close their year's work. Ar-
' raiigements haye not all been
completed yet, but will be
announced later. The ad
'dress to the graduating .class
j will be delivered by an iEter
esting and wide awake speak
' er: The entire program and
exrcies wdl covert period
of several days. Parents and
tnose wno aave tne success
of the school at heart should
arrange to attend, thereby
encouraging the children
and inspiring them to higher
ambition aud more energatie
C. K. H )wa;i, one of Saliebuij's
popular jewelers, while out horse
back riding Suuday afternoon,
was thrown from his horse and re
ceived several binises and was
drag ed some dirtance. His
friends will be glad to know he
was not seriotrely hurt.
J. A J ues at ou3 tim) a line
mau hre for the Bell Telephoi e
O-)., died at his farm on thn
Wiley place about 3 i miles west
of Salisbury Wednesday after
noon after a year's illness with
tuberculosis. His remains were
taken to his old home in Dav d
sou County fcr interment Mr.
Jones was a hardw jrkiug farmer
nnd leaves a wife aud three
OeCaratfon Day.. Saturday, May 30th
The national memorial day
will be observed here as usual
on Saturday, May -30th, by
the Negroes of Salisbury and
surrounding towns. Bills
have, been printed and circu
lated for the occasion and
besides the street parade
special features have been
and will take place in the
afternoon at the fair grounds
Special trains wil 1 be run
from Charlotte, Winston Sa
lem, Hickory, Norwood and
intermediate points The
fire companies of these places
have been invited and are ex
pected to take part in the
parade- The circular savs-
"After the floral offerings the
procession will return to the
court house where the me
morial oration will be deliv
ered by the district grand
secretary of Odd Fellow of
North Carolina, a graduateof
Livingstone College, a deep
thinker an able orator an in
terestinJSspeaker, Prof. Jam
es Johnson Salisbury N. C,
The committee interested
in making arrangements is
camposed ot the following:
W E Dodge, chairman and
treasurer; S P Wright, R H
Holt, A R Sharp, G L White,
There was a flg riising at
Hart's sc ool house iu Unity
Township, Monday,. April 27tb,
Rev. W. B Duttera presented the
school with a Bible and Profesor
Geo. B. Wejmore the flag. A
Bop dinner was served after the
nig was hoisted
MrsT Emma McAHamB, c i
nngton, who was jn the bs
iuu uere icr treatment, dVri M n
day morning. She was 65 -r-old
and her remains were u ( i
to Burlington for iuterment.
Mrs. Cera Lee Rrown v. , f
J. M Brown of Bpei'cu. .; .
her home mthat;pi', Sir
tcrnoon from the df
gra. Her remnu? " - i
Ramsenr for r ....
85 years ov . v .. . ,
and many i. n
t ill -ut ! .
!i i d i er
i u i i - ' -ol
W L ,0p
by the prima:
tion to a spit i
marked the clo.-:
conducted by Pi f
er ana Miss Mar J '
The aunual conMi m- -ment
sermon of Mount UM i High
school was preached inday
by RevFA Barnes of Mjorea
ville. The closing ex 'reise
includes the first half of the
week and will conclude Wed
nesday night when the high
school will give two pla: s.
Retfpa'h Lyceum Course For 1914-15,
The Boys Community Y. M. C.
A. of this oity has secured from
the Rtdpath Lyceum Pnreau, the
following attraction?: Weloh
Christian Co. and Miss Edna
Mtfiis, the Weatherwa Broa. quar
'ette, WiLliam Riiny Bjane11-,-widely
knowu and the mi 1 who
can, b dramatio and naoior as
number, they are bcth v cal and
instrumental and bavo a numb-r
of fancy drills; Smjth Damron,
the potter oraftsman. Five high
class entertainments which it is
said yon o '-n't afford t miss
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL, a sur
eical dressing that relieves pain and heals at
he same time. Not a untmeox. sue.
Jiff W MllW fl M 1 0 1l
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In order to greatly reduce
our enormous stock of
We will give a 10 per cent reduc
tion on all nianos for th nlr
riost Prompt and Effectual Cure for
fir i -i i i.
y ubu you nave a oaa coin voo
want a remedy that will not onlv
give relief, but effeot a prompt
and permanent cure, a remedy
that contains nothing iniurious.
Uhamberlain's Cough Remedv
.... . j
meets an finese requirements. It
acts on nature's plan, relieves the
ungs, aids expectoration, opens
the secretion! and restores the
system to a healthy condition.
his remedy has a world wide salo4
and use, and can always be de
Y?y Sale by A"l! n"-alr.
We also have a lot of used pianos that will go
at the following prices: Ivers & Pond, slightlv
used, regular price $425, now 282.
WeseV Bros., regular price $400, now 240.
Hackley, regular price $350, now 235.
Carlisle, regular price $300, now 190.
Organs from $5.00 up.
If you are interested
write or call us.
you will do well to