" WmMRMk WIFE
f Fc7 Tesn f Discccragmg
j P?bDpaIr. BaSaid
Ky. in ta interesting letter
fc&:S'ptsce, Mn. Bettte Bullock
writes tstoTJcrws: suffered for four
ytx, wCi womanly troubles, and during
1 could oily tit up for a little
1 could not walk anywhere at
CL At Caea, I woud have severe pains
TWkter was called In, and his treat
est isSmd me fo a while, but I was
aaem eoafined to nn bed again. After
Ct,notain2 seemed to do me any good.
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When in need of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps, No
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thing kept in a general store, coine to see me.
Farmers are invited to make my place headquar
ters while in the city.
Come to see me when you come to the Fair.
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103 S. Main St.,
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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, 1 could ten it was helping me. I
can now walk two miles without its
firing me, and am doing an my work."
If you are an run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
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more than a million women, in its 50
years of continuous success, and should
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it will do. Ask him. He will recom
mend it Begin taking Cardui today.
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riniWinivaur case and 64-oase book, noma
Treatment for Women." sent in plain wrapper. t
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Salisbury, N. C.
Oct. 2 Rather oool these
nighti . Jack frost is coming
with his big ooat on, Boys eefc
your rabbit hollowB. People are
beginnig to sow oats and wheat.
Cotton ginR'aroarjd here are ran
ning in fall blast these days.
The Salem fall community will
be held on the 2ud Sunday in
October. Preaching on Saturday
at 2 p. it., on Sunday at 11 a. m.
Pastor Ritchie wants to se& a full
house. He haa somethings to tell
you ail. Gome oat and hear it.
Last Thursday morniog a few
of the Salem members came to
the parsonage to do some repair
lhg. One side of the ell was
corered and Borne work at the
barn was done.
Last Thursday, Rev. Ritchie
and family, Ed. Sifferd and fa mi
ly, and Mrs. Pearle Caable wera
invieed ever to Rufus Safrit's to a
birthday dinner. All went and
found the dinner ready with many
good things to eat. Mr. Safrit
had reached his 66th mile stone
Jake Menias had his old house
remodeled and he is ujw building
a new barn and put a new chim
ney to his house.
Today John Bogs s property
was sold to the highest biddei at
the old home.
Riv, Ritchie was called to L
anon Charon to preach the lu
era! of Locke Thompson's deugb
ter. who died at the sanatorium
iu Salisbury a few days ago. S.
DEEOS. NOT WORDS.
People Han Absolute Proof of Deeds a
It's not words but deeds that
prove true merit.
The deeds of Doan'a Kidney
Pills For Salisbury sufferers, Have
made their local reputation.
rrooi lies in the testimony o
S.J. Horton, 208 W. Monroe
St:, Salisbury, N. C says
"For some time my kidneys were
giving me a great deal of trouble
My back was very weak and lam
1 -a . b - .
ana tne Kidney secretions were
too frequent in passage, causing
me annoyance. Doau's Kidney
Pills cured me and I have not had
any kidney complaim since.'
"a second statement.
Od March 2. 1012, Mr. Hortou
says: "All I said Bome time ago
reoommendiDgDoan's Kidney Pi il
was correot. There is no doubt
about Doan's Kidney Pills being
a valuable remedy."
Price 50o, at all dealers. Dju'
simply aBk for a kidney remedy
get Doan s Kidney Pills, th
same that Mr. Horton had
Foster Mil burn Co., Props., Bnf
falo, N, Y.
Mortgage Sale ol Real Estate.
By virtue of authority contained in
a certain Mortgage Trust Deed exe
cuted by George Thomas and wife
Mary Thomas, on September the 15th
laid, to John M. iiostian, said mort
gage deeds beinr duly registered in
Book of Mortgages No. -41 at page 549
etc.. in the office of the Register of
jjeeas or Kowan County, N, C, th
undersigned will on
Saturday, October 17th, 1914, 12m
at the Court House door in Salisbury
N. C, sell the following described lot
Beginning at a stake on the South
east side of Caldwell street in lh
West Ward of the town of Salisbury
ana rau ieet from the Southwest side
of Monroe Street and runs thence
Southeast, parallel with Mnro? street
134 feet and 2 inches more or less to
L. Holmes' line, then with this l'ne
513 d West 80 feet and 2 inches to a
stake at the Northeast side of Marsh
Street, thence with l?arsh Street
Northeast 137 feet to a stake at the
corner of Marsh and Caldwell Streets,
thence Northeast with aldwell Street
80 feet to the beginning. Known as
lot No. 5 in Henderson and Woodson's
lot of Mr. Bellie Eania lands.
This Sept. 17, 1914.
J. M. BOSTIAN,
Mortgaged and Trustee.
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variably choose forks,
spoons and fancy serv- 1
ing pieces stamped with
the renowned trade mark
In quality and beauty
of design, this well
known silver is unsur
passed. Its remark
able durability has
won it the popular
title "Stleer Flate
Sold by leading .
BRITANIftA CO.. .
(International bilyar Co,,
I DEN, CONS
Mr. ancf Mrs. David Bean visit
ed Froont Foutt Sunday.
Benlah Wya6t visited A L.
Robert Park is visitiDg over
aoross the hills. Iguees he meats
N C. Wyatt is walking on both
eet at once and wearing a 4x4
grin that wont come off.
James Morgan and Charlie
Shepherd visited at A. L
tCwtchie'e Sandfly iiigbt.
Grover Williams is visiting
above second creek. Loot out
Grover and don't fall in the deep
A, L Bsme is croesi g the creek
very often. I dout know what is
his business. Rather booh fcr
Th) farmers are getting their
land ready for sewing cats and
Grover Williams aud Robert
Park took a flying trip to Salis
With brst wishes ta The
Watcmman and Recohd.
Oct. 5 Rain at laat, but
late except for plowing
Lock oat for frost. The iron
weed blossoms are about open.
This is a very g od sign for f rest.
C. H. Kluttz ginned the first
bal3 of cotton last week for this
season. There will be very few
bs'e to giu this year around here
It xomB that the buy a bale of
cotton system is gcing very slow
nere. Aimobt everybody arnon
the farmers will have a bale or so
to sell aud some are afraid to I uy
or sell at ten cents.
Trading Ford Chuch is without
a pastor at present as Rtv. Car
rick having resigned some timn
ago. It has Lceu quite awhile
siuce this church has been with
out a preacher. It is hoped they
will get another one soon,
W- A. Wagoner and wife from
Misenhtimer, Stanly Couufcy, were
visitors here last week and they
report good crops and good times
down in Stanly.
The election iB drawing near
and we want some good speakers
to oome around and cheer us up
a little so we will know who to
vote for. We hope everybody will
turu out and vote a strong ticket
(his fall. Sam Snort.
Sept. 3. Venus has just return
ed from the Concord Home Com
ing Celebration where he was the
guest of the committe while there.
R. B. Peeler and Robert Brown
with their teams passed through
Faith today with a big monument
to be erected at the grve of Rev.
D. I. Dreher and wife, fro a)
Brown, Wiley and Kerns marble
yard, at Grauite Q tarry, where it
J. E. Holler departed this life
Sopts-mber 29. age sixty-three
years, six months and two days.
He leaves a wife and five children,
to wit: Mrs J L. Peeler cf
Faith; Mrs. Leo Peeler, of Fitb ;
Mrs. C. B. McBride of Mt. Air ;
W. D. Holler and Miss Pearle
Holler of Faith, twelve grand
children, two brothers aud tw
sisters of Catawaba County. All
of his children were present at the
time of his death. Mr, Heller
was a spleudid citizen and bad lets
of 'rieudo iu this commuuiy. The
funeral services were conducted by
his pa-tor, Rv. J M. L. Lyerly,
at the Reformed Church, of wbioh
he was a member. H) wa9 born
in Catawba Couuty but moved to
and livfd for several years in
Meokleubarg Ccunty aud moved
to Faith about fourteen years ago.
He had been in feeble health for
the past few years and was confin
ed to his bed for three weeks be
fore his death. His remains were
laid to rest at the Reformed
Cburch Cemetery hore.
Miss Mary Peeler has been elect
ed as primary teacher at Rockwell
aud will b'gio her work there on
the 12, u of this month.
Mrs S. D. Davis who has been
iu feeble health for several m?uths,
i not much better and is tbiukiug
of gcii g to sme springs for her
Mrs. O. B .i McBride returned
to hor home at Mt. Airy today af
ter spending three weeks here with
het sick father.
J L Peeler is building a large
The frame is going up at Charles
Peeler's for a large new barn to
j take the place of the one burned
' some time ago.
Some of the farmers here h&ve
some nice ripe October peaches for
sale, at one dollar and twenty
When Venus left Concord he
stopped at Kannapolis to see the
town, as he had heard so muoh
about the plaoe. He visited the
factories and saw towels being
made world without end. Then
we visited the Martha Washington
Iuu, which is iu charg ot Mta.
Russell, who formally ran a
boarding house in Salisbury. Mrs.
Russel iB tho right lady in th"
right place. The home is for
worthy youog' ladies who have no
home and for orphan girlB who
some to the factory to work. He
was shown all over the building
a:d it is one of the prettiest places
he ever saw. It has all modern
improvements steam heat, elec
tric lights, water works, etc. The
large new office buildiog is goicg
up and be saw houses going up by
the dozen on the east of the rail
road. While looking over Kan
napolis he ran up on C. V. Mc-
Combs aud family and took din
ner with them. One of his sons
runs some of the machinery.
uwuu uuuwiai uas juss re-
T T 1 I .
turned from Norfolk, Va., where
he went on the f-xoursion and re
ports a fine time.
Venuj reoantly visited one of
the old civil war veterans, H.
commenced using it. Soon got better
une a new woman, r-eruna is my comfort. I will never be without It" Mrs.
Thomas XO... Morgan, k. a u. 2, Wadsworth, Ohio.
Many Cakes and Puddings
Fall miserable flat because of inferior extracts ! Ever use the
choicest flour, the freshest egg and wonder why the cake or
pudding wasn't good? It all depends upon the flavor.
Purity in your extracts is not enough quality is 'the ultimate
factor. In Bee Brand Flavoring Extracts you get both and
a subtle something, almost indescribable "Bouquet". It isn't
purity, nor strength nor mellowness it's a combination of all three
-brought about by patient aging im white oak casks.
Try Bee Brand Vanilla today. You can get it from most
progressive dealers 25 c, Here are a few;
C. W. Windsor
J. A. Cheatham
Sduiflfcd: fiemtvfan vMA-
jfift faty' '
T We may spend a little more time in filling
a prescription thau other druggist?. but we
must satisfy ourselves that the work has been
done right, and we take the time to do it
T That's one reason we
cription work to do.
PEOPLE'S DRUG S
"On The Square"
Get it at SMITH'S or
Blue, who belonged to the- same
ocmpany that Venu9 did, Com
pany e. There were three com-!
panies in this batallion: Com
pany A, B and C. Compauy A
wB3 the Alabama company, Com
panies B aud C wer made np in
Salisbury at the garrison aud wera
mudc npof prison guards. Venus
was mail boy. Venus.
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Coirally Mi feet
liuv. Locki Craig has isusd a
proclamation fcr Commuiiity Ser
vice Week, Deoember 8, 4 aud 6
These drfs areeot apart wbr-iu
every man, woman and child in
(be State shall ieud heart, haid
aud brain to the service and de
velopmeut of the community in
which be or she lives, aud : s days
on-which the people shall meet,
confer aud work together for the
advancement and imprvsaient
of each section, Tho G.vernnr
calls on the Firmera' Union, the
Chambers of Commerce, th wo
men's clubs, the Bchccl teacher!?,
the ministers, the press, aud men
of every profession ai;d vocation,
to co-operate on the days named
in forwardiug any and all move
ments for the common goer1.
This is a call to great work,' aud
it is hoped that it will find a uni
versal and hearty response.
Aches or Pains
Peruna Did It for Me.
"1 find Peruna. an excellent spring and
summer medicine and am glad to call
the attention of my friends to it. I
know by experience that Peruna Is a
good medicine, and" always recommend
it whenever I have an opportunity. I
can truthfully say that I have no traces
of my old complaint, and have neither
ache nor pain, and enjoy life. Words
cannot express my appreciation for the
good Peruna has done me."
PERUNA THE SPRING
AND SUMMER MEDICINE.
"I used to get cramps In my stomach.
I had sick headaches. My stomach
nearly killed me. My family physician
only gave me temporary relief. I got
out of patience and had given up all
hopes of recovery. I then wrote to Dr.
Hartman and he advised me to take
Peruna. I got a bottle of Peruna and
and am now entirely cured and feel
D. HI. Miller & Soi
N. P. Murphy
W. W. Taylor
have so much pres-
Hupefess Lung Troobls Cored. : , ,
Many "eccveries from ; liun
Trou'les are doe to Dr Bell's
Piue-Tar Houey It' stre : gthens
fhe Langs, cbeobj th Cough and
gives r Iiwf at or.o Mr. W. "Si
Wilkius, Gts N C. writes: "i
need Dr. BellV P n-Tar-Honey
i.i a casa given np a h peless and
it effeoted & c mv. t cur". Get
abc-ty of Dr B-n's Pine-Tar-H
-uey. If your cmigh i dry ar.d
ha king let ii trick - down your
thront, y-.n wi!i gu;oly gt relief.
O !v 26c ft v ur Drogait.
G W. HARiilNGION,
haB rpMsj d a
Watch and Clock
st Rckw 11
uud ran be fonui there every
Saturday- H will l,e gKd t'r
have your patrour.ge Dorii p
the week leave work at- shop ii
care of Frick & Lysrly's store
If yen want a sewn g machiiie
him 9 R0 tf
and Trust Go.
Salisbury, N. C.
NEXT TO COURT HOT SB
Will pay you 4 per cent on
your deposits and compound
the interest quarterly.
This is a Rig Bank, why ut
open an account with ust
FOE, SALE !
One 850 Gas Range,
Price - - $16.00
One. 830 Baby Car
riage, (English Per
ambulntor) Price - - $5.00
Apply at 220, South Ellis
Peopes' National Bank
SftHsbuiy, N. .
Does General Banking Business
WE PAY FOUR PER CENT on time de-
posits. Interest payable every 3 montha
Prompt attenion given to any busi-
nes entrusted to us.
Your business Foliiitd.
&8T Peoples National Bank
John S. Henderson, J. D. Norwood,
D. L. Gaskill, W. T. Busby,
V-t '-3idant A sat. cashier
We want Every Farmer
SELLING HiS PRODUCE
To See Us.
We pay Highest' Prices
Chicken?, Eggs, Meats
and Everything You
Have to Sell.
I will Sell You Groceries
at Lowt Prices Possible.
Headquarters for the
Wutkins Medicine Company."
0. P. SHUPIHG,
iM6-5t. 119 W. Innea St.
North Carolina (
In the Superior
Before the Clerk ;
In the mattes' of Third Cre?k Drain
age District ;
GeorgeS. Shepherd, W. W. Shep
herd , Hannah "arr and her husband.
Carr. vtary EHis and her hus
band Ellis. Ue.Hge Phifer Odes
sa Phifer, Zelplia Phifer, and Annie
Jane Phifer, a"d others, defendants.
Th? defendants above will take no
tice that a spveial proceeding entitled
a above has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Rowau County, be
fore the cleric, to establish a drainage
district including all the bottom lands
and overll :ved burls on Third Creek
in Rowan County from the Iiedell
County line to Gruham's bridge, a dis
tance of ab "it A miles, un Jer chaptf r
442 of the Public Law of North Caro-
j i a ot 1903, and the amendments
oaid defendants and eafh of them
will take notice that they are required
to appear before the c'e:-k of the Su
perior Court of Rowan Countv Ht hi
j office in Sali-bury on the 12th day of
; October, 1914, an 1 answer or demur to
the petition in this proceeding or the
; petitioner will ap: ly to the court for
the relief therein demanded.
1 his September 2i.d, 1914
J. F. McCubbin8,
9 9 4t Clerk Superior Court.
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