There are times in every woman's life when she
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
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
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
The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth,
for" women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was
vso 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.
Has Helped Thousands.
. W. TAYLOR,
Successor to Taylor & Co.
Just received a Full and Complete Line of
FRUIT JARS, JAR TOPS and RUBBERS. New
and Complete Line of Tinware,
A Full and Complete line of Dry Goods, Notions,
Groceries, Shoes, Hats, Feed Stuff, Crockery, Glass
ware, Enameled ware and many other such articles as
are usually carried iu a general store.
Having been with the firm of Kluttz & Rendleman
for about thirty years and being fully acquainted
with the business, I would appreciate a continuation
of the patronage of my friends and the people of the
county, generally, I am occupying the same old
stand and will be glad to have an opportunity to serve
you. Very respectfully,
W. W. TAYLOR,
305 S. Main St.,
JAMES CANNON, JR, M. A., D. D., PRINCIPAL.
T A?o the Blackstone School adopted the following
SW Y MOTTO: Thorough instruction under positively
w JlWW 9 Christian influences at the lowest possible cost.
DA0lx. IT is today, with a faculty of S3, a hoarding patronage of
6SVUt 368, a student hody of 428, and a plant worth $150,000,
The Leading Training School for Girls in .Virginia. k
(h f ff PATS all charges for the year, including Table Board, A 4 f
I I Room, Lights, Steam Heat, Laundry, Medical Atten- I HI I
V tention, Physical Culture and Tuition in all subjects V vv
except music and elocution.
Can parents find a school with a better record, with more experi
enced management at such moderate
tion blank address
Excursion to Norfolk. Ya., and Return,
via Soothero Railway Monday-Wednesday,
September 28tb-30th, 1914.
Southern Railway will operate
low fare excursion to Norfolk,
Va., on Monday, September 28ih,
toil being the last excursion to
be operated this season.
Speoial train oonsiiting of both
day coaohes and Pullman sleeping
oars will leave Charlotte at 5.00
p. m. Monday, September 28th,
arriving Norfolk 6:80 a. m. Tues
day, 29th, and returing will leave
Norfolk at 7:80 p. m. Wednesday,
September 30th. Two whole days
and one night at Norfolk.
Following round trip fares will
apply from stations named:
Charlotte $4.50, Coneord $4.60,
Morganton $5.00, Shelby 5.00,
Qrensboro $8.65, Winston Salem
$4.00, North Wilksboro $5 25,
Gaetonia $5.00, Mooresville $5.00,
Hickory $5.00, Statesville $5 00,
L xington $4 50, Reidsville $3 85,
Elkiu $5.25, Salisbury $4.50
Abheboro $4.75, Albemarle $5 25,
BlaoJcBburg $5.00, High Point
$4 25, Burlington $3 65, Thorn as
Fares from all other points not
Bhown on same basis. Passen
gers from all branoh line points
will use regular trains to and
from junction points connecting
with the speoial train.
Important that Pullman reserv
fttions be made in advanoe.
For Pullman reservations or
other information apply to any
agent Southern Railway, or,
R. H. DbButta, D. P. A ,
Charlotte, N. C.
Only One "BROMO QUJININE"
T e genuine, call for full name. I.AXA
TIV Q LROMO QUININE. Look for signature of
E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops
ougl3 and headache, and works oft cold. 25c.
' " 2
Salisbury, N. C.
cost? For catalogue and applica
GEO. P. ADAMS, Secretary, Blackstone, Va.
Special Excursion to Jacksonville and
Tampa, Fla., via Souibsrn Railway Premier
Carrier of the South Tuesday Sept. 22, 19i4
Special train consisting of first
class coaches and Pullman sleep
ing cars will leave - Greensboro
7:55 p.m., Tuesday, Septeml er
22ud, and arrive Jacksonville
early following morning.
Low round trip fares as follows:
From To To
Wiuston-Balem 8 00
Norwood 7 50
Salisbury 7 50
N. Wilkesboro 8.50
High Point 7.50
Asheboro 7 50
Mount Airy 8.50
Fares on same basis
intermediate points. "
Passengers from branch lines
and points cot covered by the
special train will use regular trainn
into Greensboro and other junc
tion points connecting with special
train from Greensboro.
Returning tickets will be good
on all regular trains to reach origi
nal starting point by midnight
of Tuesday, Septenber 29h. 1914
A rare opportunity t visit
Florida at small cost. Septem
ber is decidedly the best month of
the year to visit the "Land of
Flowers." Surf bathing and
fishing at their best at this time.
Pullman reservations must
made in advance.
For Pullman reservations
other information apply to any
Agent Southern Railway, or R. H.
DkBdtts, D. P A. Charlotte, N.C
Written by .
ROCKWELL ROUTE N 2
Mrs. John Ketner. who has
been quite ill the (.ait few weeks,
i now ab:e to Bet up we are glad
Most of the farmers in this
icinitv are about through mak
ing tops and fodder.
Mrs. John Krimminger is quite
uwell at this writing.
Rev. Jordon. Baptist minister
at Faith, preaohed a special ser
mon to the Juuiors at Fa th
bursday uight, September 8rd,
hich was a strong sermon and
one that all who herd will long
remember. Uncle Bill.
Sept. 14. Litt Marion, ninr-
?ar old son of J. T. Barge? was
bitten by a mad dog September
5th, and his father heu &one with
him to Raleigh for treatment.
Mrs. C. A. Heilig, and daugh
ter and son of Salisbury, are vu-
lting Mrs. Heilig's sister, Mrs. J.
J. T. Wyatt had pay day Sat
urday and paid out $785.
J. T. Wyatt shipped a oar load
of street onribng tcday.
Misj Lula Sifford of near Lower
Stone church, is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. B. C. Eagle.
D A. Guffy of Cool ' Springs.
Iredell county, and two daughters
are visiting at K. W. Falker i.
who lives on route 8 at the rail
road crossing. They all visited
the Faith quarries while here.
The members of the Bipfc'st
jhurch gave their pastor, Rev -I .
K Jordan, a pounding last week.
Tom Page sent Ua several well
rown ripe peaohes, September
12th, that was the second crop
raised on one tree this year. Who
ever oan oome up to that trot out
Mr.ud Mrs. Cabbie Campbell
moved today from Hodges house
into Daniel Hinoemau's residence
The Lidies Aid Society of the
Lutheran church took in $29 80
Saturday night at their oyster
tapper. Who said we were all
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Reformed ohurch at Faith will
have an oyster supper Saturday
uight, September 26th, in Peeler
Bros, old store house.
Johu Corl's house caught on fire
it the kitchen flue and burned a
large hole in the roof, 7 or 8 feet
square. It took hard work by
the ueighbots to get it cut. The
house belongs to Milas Ktirewalt
md is insure 1. Vbnus.
The following' directed to tbe
Oarcllko Watchmo.v, is given
'or what it is worth aud is copied
verbatim et literatim :
Will you please print
in your daylev paper a
fue lines for me,,
A Surman preached
own Sin by Rev J C A Bost.
at Miss Writes Home al out 5
miles EaBt of Spencer. Sunday
Eving 2- oo 30 min his text
matthew 1. chapt 21 verse what
he did for Sin wos aplenty.. '
Jiow To dive Quinine To Children.
FEBRIIJNE Is the trade-mark name given to an
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults v?ho cannot
talce ordinanr Oin" nin. tv . .
- v;9 uvl uauscaic nor
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
- MUa jrv btoi wumiue ior any t)tir
DOSe. Ask- tor 9mnj i .w-
ame FBBRlLINSia blown in bottle, fscenta!
Last Excursion of the Season to Washing
too Tttarsday September 24'h 1914.
Southern Railway will operate low
tare excursion rrom t-ausbury and in
termediate points to Washineton. D.
O., Thursday. September 24th. Special
train will leave Salisbury at 9 00 p. m.
and arrive at Washington 7:00 i . m.
Friday, September 25th. and return-
ing, will leave Washington at 11:00 a.
m. Saturday, Sept. 26th. Daylight
trip through Virginia returning.
Tickets for this excursion will h on
sale at all points Morganton to Salis
bury; Noith Wilkesboro to Greens
boro; Mount Airy to Greensboro: Nor-
wooa to oanspury ani Asheboro to
High Point for all regular trains eon-
nr cting at th9 several junction points
with the speoial train. Peturning
tickets will be good on the special train
to the several junction points, thence
regular trains to starting po-'nt. Tick
ets good going and returning on sdr-
cial train only.
Low rounu trip fares will apply from
stations named below ;
Salisbury S5.00, Norwood $5.50. Lex
ington $5 00, Thomaville $5 00.' Fan-
dleman $5 CO, Siler 'J ty $5.00, States
ville$5 50. Wilkesboro $5 50. Newton
$5.60, Eikin $5.50, Mocusvi le $5.50.
Greensboro $5 00, Asheboro $5 00, High
Point $5.00, A'bemarle $5 00. Morgan
ton $5 50, Win&ton-Salem $5.00, Tay-
oraville $5 50. Hickory $5.50. Mount
Airy $5 50. Rural Hall $5.50. Madison
Fares from all other paints not
shewn above on same basis.
Tickets for this excursion cannot hi
extended. Train will consist of dav
The last opportunity of the season
to visit Washington at small coat,
spending one whole day. one night and
until 11.00 a. m. of the second day at
the National Capital. Ample time to
visit all of the Government Buildings
and hundreds of other points of inter
est in and around Washington.
or further inform ation call o.i any
ticket Agent Southern Railway', or.
K. a.. UEBUTTS,U. P. A.,
Charlotte, N. C. I
6ermaos Belting Out of France.
(ObntiLued from page.ne . ) i
defeuiive position on the river
Aisni, between .Compiegue ad
Farther we$t,.the German de
tachments that frfeid Amiens have
movtd noitheastwatd to try to re
j )iu the German army of the rip,; t
at St. Qaoutiu. It is possible air
the Germans in ucrthweBt France
have duue l.kewise; otherwise they
would be iu dauber of beiug cat
off in the center. Another dcluu
eive position . bishiud R'itim& has
bbeu given up aud in trie Aigoni.e
region a genural retreat is takiug
nlacoe toward the fjrust oi
none and iriaucoutt.
Tbe allies are pushing their ad
vantage aud doiug their utmost
to turn the retreat into a disaster
by a feteru yurtuit ou puibapa the
brobQesc HGd'tt yet kuowu lu war
On tbu right they aie in goid pos
tion to uoutiLUe the floiiSive, U
the men and hcrses are net too
tired tor furth r effort. Tbey ate
uasea on a strong line running
tronu the Marne to the fortresses
throdgh the hilly oountry sjuth
Whiu the alli9S ;eft oomposed
large. y oi iieBn troops, witn a
heavy tice uoavalry uuuer Geuer
ai rau, is wneoiing arouua bo as
to dnve General Vcn Kiuck and
Vou Buelow towards Ardennes aud
Luxemburg, General Pau'a army.
uy a few m.r marches by Lafere
aud Loan, mignt cut commuuioa-
tious (itweu the retreating Ger
manB ai d Belgium.
The BritiBb, who yesterday
took nearly all the crossings on
the river Aisue andcaptnrtd many
prisouere, are uurthjcl that river
uud are pushing tbe attack that
.would assist in fcrciug the Ger
aiui.c lo evacuate Ktieims. The
. u'. oo mew here between Chalons
alo. Uocims, ib making an effort to
recapture the latter city, whioh
would be one of the most popular
victories that could be announoid
Should thesn movements be
crowued with success aud Laou
and Rbeicus again fall into tht
bands of the allies, the Germane
would have only one line of com
muuicatiou with Germany,
through Rufchel, aud even that
might be cut.
General Von Kluck, however, ie
locking for reinforcements from
Belgium if they have not al
ready reached him, and with these
he might make another 9tand
against his purtuers.
General French paid high com
phments to latest addition to the
British army, the flying corps,
aud he also quoteB a letter f rem
the French commander. General
Jo lire, who congratulated him on
the accuracy ot the information
supplied by tbe aviators. These
uneu have done little or no bemb
throwing, but have confined tbem
aeivB to gathering information
il"in the enemy fur the general
This U the work that the mili
tary men alwajS bava 8a d would
provb tbe greatest service in cou
i.ectit u with tho usu of tbe ajro
plane. Iu what coufl.ct they
nave had with Gorman aviators,
the British flying mu, according
to F eld Marshal French, hav
''established individual ascend
eLcy," aud, he adds, 'somethiug
iu tho direction of masteiy of tte
air already has beeu established.
Ti.e BelgiauB. who have receiv
id uew big guns and reiuforce
meuts from somewhere, by a sor
tie from Autverp, have prevent-d
tbeGoimans from eeudiag m-Tt-ol
their troops cut of Belgium to
It is reported that the G rmans
bad another army corps ready to
dispatch to the assistance of their
ngbt wiug, north of Paris, tut
quickly stopped its departnie
when the Belgians showed their
strength and ability to out com
munication betweeu Brussels and
All tbe news coming in today
seems to confirm the Russian re
ports that the Russians have in
uiuttu anoicer crusmug aeieat cn
the Austiiaus who, ou the right,
were supported by some German
divieious. By the capture of
lomaszjw, the Russians drove a
wedge between the Austrian army,
which had invaded Poland as far
aa Opole, KrasncstaV aud Zimoso,
aud the army which they defeated
at Lemberg and which although
it lost heavily in killed, wounded
prisoners, and guno, mauaged to
reform to some extent and under
take the tffensivd.
The Germans who reinforced
the Ausirians according to latest
advices, shared iu the defeat,
rhoy are trying to raach the for
tress at Prr-nivet, aud tbe rear
gnard is eudeavoriug to keep off
the Russian cavalry which is Lur
Austria bad in Poland and
Galicia an ariHv estimated at
1,000 000 meu with 2,500 guns.
At Lemberg, Austria lost many
thousands of men in killed, wound
ed, and pris ners. It is now
etated, although not officially,
that the total number of prisoners
amounts to 180 000, and that a
thousand field guns were taken,
betides the guns in the captured
forts aud an immense amouat of
war miteiial It also is reported
today from Rome that the Ger
mans have suffered a defeat at
Mlawa on the east Piussiau front
ihe Servians after taking Sam.
Coacortt Prestiyterj in Sessoi at
The fall session of Concord
Presbytery; met at Kannapohs j B
teiday evening, and will be in
session several days. The lol'ow-
ing is the programme :
First sestion Tuesday 7:30 p
m:, sermon by (J. T auires
First s -Bsion 9 to 1 1 :30 a. m. ; 0
a. m.. sermon ov u. M. Kicnards.
D D , Df Davidqu, Nr O. Sub
j ct, "Fami'y Worship. "
S5 cond sesnon 1 :30 to 5 p. m.
Sermon 3 p. m , by J. G. Garth,
of Hickorp, N. C.
Ihird s'ission 7:80 p. m. Ser
mon by Dr. J M. Grier, of Con-
Tn a. . o "v aa
rirs session, v.ovj to li:6U a.
m ; 9:80 a m.. sermon by W. H.
Goodman, of Old Fort, N C.
53u j)ct, Union With Christ."
Second session, 1 :30 to 5 p. m
3 p. m., sermon by Byrou Clark,
U 13 , of Salisbury.
Third session, 7:30 p. m . Mis
sionary address by W. S. Wilson,
of Mooresville, N. C.
60,000 Beaa in one day .
The Times has this despatch
from its St. Petersburg- oorres-
" the extent of the losses dar
ing the first six weeks of the war
places all previous casualties far
in the kackground. Not fewer
than 10,000 dead Germans were
counted in the trenches after one
engagement in Eastern Prussia.
'On the fateful September 1
when two Russian corps came to
death grips with four German
crps north of Soldan, the losses
of both aides totaled between
60,000 and 70,000 the majority
being Germans London Die
Is often caused by indigestion
aud constipation, and quickly
disappears when Chamberlain's
Tablets are taku.
Fr Sal by All DaaUrs.
Lost Monday evening, Sept. 7tb,
between Salisbury and Kanna
po'is, a dark brown serge coat
with small black stripe, for a boy
aged 16, marked ccanttear on
hanger. NstifyJ. H Blackwei.
der, China Grove, N. 0., or J. M.
Blackweldbr, Kaunsp'tlis, N
C. It b p
Farm For Rent And Hones For Sale. a
good farmer who can fornisb
bis own stock, is wanted to take
oharge of the McCanless farm at
Dunn's Mountain. Two good
hones and a mule for sale Call
at the farm or addrAo. Mrs J. C.
McCanless, Granite Qarry. N C.
The Home of Good Dentis
try, at Reasonable Prices
Comparison in the t-et.
Come and have your teeth,
mi N. Main St. 'Phone 763.
DR. R. H. ELLINGTON,
Salisbury - - N C.
Fifth Floor Grubb Building
We want Every Farmer
SELLING HIS PRODUCE
To See Us.
We pay Highest Prices
Chickens, Eggs, Meats
aud Everything You
. Have to Sell.
I will Sell You Groceries
at Lowest Prices Possible.
Headquarters for the
Watkina Medicine Company.
G. P. SHUPIHG,
9-16-5t. 119 W. Innea St.
lir, over whioh there was great
rej lich g as it relit ves B'grade
from a continuation of the bom
bardment, have reeumad tbe of
fensive against the Austrians and,
like the Montenegrins, are takn g
advantage of Austria s weakness.
on that frontier to push into their
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
Tbe Old Standard general strengthening tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC.drives out
Malaria.enrichet the blood, builds up the system.
A true Tonic for adults and children. 60c
X VRZ r fl
1 We may spend a little more time in filling
a prescription than other druggists. but we
must satisfy ourselves that the work hap been
done right, and we take the time to do it
H That's one reason
cription work to do.
PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE l
"On The Square" 0
Get it at SMITH'S or
Including Old Hickory and White
Something that is needed these hot
We have the best Refrigerators on
the market. All sizes. Let us
show you these.
DINING K00M. BED ROOM, PARLOR,
KITCHEN and HALL F0BNITURE.
COFFINS A ND CASKETS
l if3 siirumis Yoir say
1$ If you want to buy a Farm,
$ Large or Small, see us.
$1 If you have a Farm to Sell,
List it with us.
I SALISBURY REALTY J
aim insurdnuB uunipanya
viQNir va vtr N- Vff
Since 1847, the year Rogers Bros, originated electro-silver
plating, silverware bearing the trade mark"l37 ROGERS BROS."
has been renowned for quality, wearability and beauty.
1847 ROGERS BROS.
Stamped on forks, spoons and fancy serving pieces is a
guarantee of heaviest plating, perfect workmanship and
exquisite design, assuring long and satisfying service. Any
article of silverware marked "1847 ROGERS BROS." may be
elected without further investigation.
Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue
C"L thawing all patterns.
MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO., MmWm, Com.
(International SUrer Co Snoeemor.)
Wanted A good man with good
help to farm Everything for-
niehed- Good land to work. A
good place for a good man. Q. 8.
Williams, Route 2 Salisbury, N .
O. 'Phone 4012. 8 26-tf .
have so much pres
that Wears "
Malaria or Chills & Fever
Prescription No. 86 is preparedeapedauy
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doaes will break any caw, and
if taken, then as tonic the Fever will not
return. It acta on the liver better than
Calomel does not fttipe or sicken. 2So