FOR RVE YEARS
Csj cf Frieda Thtmtfd Ur.
Es$k WecU Dfe, Bui
Oa Helped Hba to
l i' i iijitoa, Ky I Interesting td-
Cds place, Mr. A. J. Hughes
wiSa tt feOowsi Ml was down with
trouble for five (5) years, and
fck heartache so bad, at
I thought Surely I would die.
I tried dSSerent treatments, but they
CI Mat seem to do me any good.
Igstee bad, I could not eat or sleep,
Cad S3 aty friends, except one, thought I
He advised me to try
Black-Draught, and quit
taking other medicines. I decided to
take his advice, although 1 did not have
any confidence in it
I have now been taking Black-Draught
for three months, and it has cured me
haven't had those awful sick headaches
since I began using it
I am so thankful for what Black
Draught has done for me."
Thedford's Black-Draught has been
found a very valuable medicine for de
rangements of the stomach and liver. It
is composed of pure, vegetable herbs,
contains no dangerous ingredients, and
acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely
used by young and old, and should be
kept in every family chest.
Get a package today
Only a quarter. .J8e2&. K)
r tp i jf n
If you want to buy a Farm,
Large or Small, see us.
If you have a Farm to Sell,
List it with us.
p andlnsurance Company.
Including Old Hickory and White
Something that is needed these hot
We have the best Refrigerators on
the market. All
show you these.
sizes. Let us
DINING BOOM. BED ROOM, PARLOR,
KITCHEN and HALL FOBNITURE.
COFFINS AND GASKETS
CE. W. MIRIGIK3T
Furniture :-: Undertaker
Oct. 20 The children ajed
f rieuds of Jul ias A CTattor gave him
a 6i; eurpriea birthday dinner the
biggest aud best dinner seen about
here lately. It was Mr. Castor's
58th birthday. A large crowd
Rsv. D. M. Littleton has re
turned home. He was one of the
l:eet preachers' that ever came to
Venus took a wagon load of
exmbits to the fair Monday atd
saw it booming.
Dan Basmger just got six pes--uims.
The largest weighed 12ibs
Oa the night of October 28;h
tlit-ro will be tpeakiug at Faith in
feeler's Hall by Hon, A. H. Price
and J. M. Proctor.
On October 31st is Venus'
birthday. Last year be got a
shower of post cards. A g i r 1
uear Faith has a birt ..day on the
same day aud Venus expects to
go to see her, take her a pres
ent, take dinner-with her and take
There was an extra large orowd
out last uight at lbs moving
yicture show. You ought to have
iieard the little ones ho-ller "J.
T " when his picture was thrown j
on the scre-n. Venu.
A. L Llngel's Platform.
Salisbury, N. C , Oct 27 1914
To the vofc ors of Rowan C. u y :
As the election is near at haLd
and I find that it is impcssible
for ma to speak at every precmct,
I take thisimetbod of inform
ing the public bow' I stand on
some of the publio matttra. I
cm opposed to auy and all x
travagant txpeuditurng cf tb
peoples money; I am cpp.sed
to the calf and dog law as iu w
existing; I epp se the unu c
Biry creatiiig cf m r ffi;t-B
I favor a belter law f r col
lecting of debts; I favor evry
offi;e "holder being e ectd
by a. direct v te ot tbe peoi 1 ;
and many other changes desired
by the per pie which I have not
time to mention now. Your vote
will be appreciated.
I am oppos d to the patsage of
stringent laws net a-ked f. r b; a
majority of the vo'en; lam
opposed to the law permitting
Ouunty eomroiseici ers tr- expend
larae sums of mony without the
consent of thft v trirs;
. Albert L. Likglb,
candidate for lgi a or.
New Line of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
now on hand at
W. W. TAYLOR'S'.
When in need of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps, No
tions, Crockery, Groceries, Tinware and about every
thing kept in a general store, come to see me.
Farmers are invited to make my place headquaiv
ters while in the city.
Come to see me when you come to the Fair.
W. W. TAYLOR,
103 S. Main St.,
Salisbury, N. C.
Abe Allison, Negro, Cor.iiced of F.-?s
Statosville, Oct. 23 Convictrd
in Iredel' Superior Cv-urt cf bur
glary in the first degree, Ab Alli
en, a youLg negro, has been sen
Seuced by Judge Adsm to die in
the electric chair December 17.
Fhe negro was cbarg-d with eu
tdring the bedrccin of Mra. LeRoy
Keuneriy at hdr heme near Mocres
'ilia several weeks ago. Mrs,
Kennerly was at home alone with
aer three small children, when
about 12 o'clock on a stormy
n ght, she was aroused by someone
couching her bed When aha
shrew up her hands th&y cam m
contact w.th the head of the
aegro who immediately fLd
through the window which he bad
Suspicion fell open Allison,
who lived on the place, and the
officers worked up the case of cir
:umstautial evidence against him
which resulted in his conviction.
iLaemucu as the evidence again t
the negro is purely circums l
tial, an effort will be made to
?iave his sentence commuted. His
counsel gave notice of an appeal.
What Would You do?
There are many times when one
man questions another's aotioiif
and motives. Men act d;iTerentIy
under diff-rrfnt circumstances.
The question is, what would you
do right aow it you had a severe
cold? Gould ycu-i3o better than
to tako Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy? It is highly recommend
d by perple who have used it for
rp'ir iud bnow its value. Mrs.
0 K Sa'gent. Pern, Ind., 8ays,
rlaiu's Cough Remedy is
fia its weight in gold and I
tike pleasure iu reoommendiug
Expirt Wh at Records HiYe all Been
Chicago, Ost 23. All 24 hour
recorls for fxport business iu
wheat since the European hostili
ties began were surpassed bv the
total reached today, 8,000,000
bushels. The broadening out of
trcde was accompanied by rumors
that agents of the German and
English government bad been in
Oae result was to stimulate
transactions in other staples, not
ably corn, and provisions. The
widest variation in pric9 however,
was a rise of 2 1-8 cents in Decern
b?r wheat, a gain that as narrow
ed to 1 8 4 cents at the close, later,
Biles of the Daoember optiou be.
iug at $1.17 1 8 as compared with
1 15 8 8 last night,
Extra Heat, Just When You Need It.
"YITH a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater in the
. house you are safeguarded when accidents
happen to your heating system.
Gold snaps have do terror for you, for the Perfection supplies just the
extra heat neded to make bedroom, bathroom or sitting room warm and
comfortable. Burns kerosene easy to handle and inexpensive.
Perfection Heaters are portable, heat quickly and are smokeless and odorless.
At hardware, furniture dealers and general stores everywhere. Look fot the
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington, D. C
Charlotte, N. C.
Charleston, W. Va.
Charleston, S. C.
FOR SALE !
One $50 Gas Range,
Price - - $16.00
One $30 Baby Car
riage, (English Per
ambulator) Price - - $5.00
Apply at 220, South Ellis
G W. HARRINGTON,
has opened a
Watch and Clock
at Rook wt ll
and oan be found there every
Saturday- He will l;e glad to
have your patronage. During
the week leave work at shop in
care of Ftick$& Lyerly'a store.
If you want a sewing machine
see him - 9-80 tf t -;
Adrift Fiom Jtffersonlanism.
Secretary McAdoo'e rebuke of
Oongresman Henry'a crazy scheme
f ieiuing the further relief of the
cotton situation came in time, let
us hoDe, to arcuse the country on
this subject. It ia a fine thing for
the Federal Government to be able
to assist one of th great indus
tries iu distress, but after all,
cotton is not the enly branch of
trade and commerce today that
i feeling tha effects of certain
abnormal conditions, Tha secre
tary reminds the Texas Congress
man that the Democrats cannot
exclude consideration of all othftr
luterostp in behalf of cotton with
out violating their sloeau of
q ?ai rights of all, special privi
g; tj to none,"
H jto wh ure rtmitded of Sec
retary Bryau's app9al to Coi gress-
man Li-vy tor tne rbturn of
Monticello to th9 Government at
the timo' when it is under a dis
tinctively Jefftjrsoniau adminis
tration. Realizing to what pa-ternaliiti-3
lengths this hdminiBtra
tion has gone in many matters and
still have gne if some of the pa
triots of the Henry typo had their
way, this remark of Mr. Bryan s
is laughubie. As a matter of fact
if the home of Thomas JeflVrsou
is restored to th peseesion of the
Government at this particular
time, the anom&ny of it will be
that it cc mes back under a regime
Bi far adrift frcm true Jeff rson-
lanicm. The Om3ha Bee,
This ia a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
tive or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25a
Toned up Whole System.
"Chamberlain's Cough Tablets
have dote more for me than I
ever dared hope for," writes Mrp.
Estber Mae Bsker, Spencoaport,
N. Y. "I used several bottles of
these tablets a few 'mouths ago.
They not only cured me of bilious
attacks, sick headaches and that
thfd out feeling, but toned up my
whoifl sys'em "
l?r Sale or Dealers.
Peopes' National Bank
Salisbury, N. .
Does General Banking Business
WE PAY FOUR PER CENT on time de
posits. Interest payable every 8 month
Prompt attenion given to any busi
ness entrusted to us.
Your business solicited.
CT Peoples National Bank
John 8. Henderson, J. D. Norwood,
P. L. Gaskill, W. T. Busby,
V-v r3idnt. Asst. cashi
Will cure Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old
Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm, Ec
zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,
used internally or externally. 25c
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Pursn-uit to a dearoe of theSu
perior Cotirfe in the Special Pro
ceedings entitled 1 Jaoob W. Deal
& L F Doal vb Clyde W. D ai
U;ena E. D-a', Mary Deal-Corri
her and William A. Ocrriher.
guardian of Clyde W. and Ureu i
E. Deal." appointing the uuder-s-gned
commissioner to sell cer
tain real estate with an old null
fixture thereon, I will on
Monday, November 2nd, I9!4,
public sale at the court house
door in the town of Salisbury, for
caih, at IS o'cW ok M. the follow
iug described lot with an old mill
therein and its fixtures, to wit:
Lying at d bei,g in Atwll Town
ship atid known as the Overcash
mill property at Saw, P. O aud
bonndefd as follows: Beeinnine
at a Pine, corner on A. E. Earn
hardts lii)9 and run? thence S.
Si VV. 3 00 chains to a 9tcn' ;
the c- N 86 W . 5 24 rhaios r a
stone; thence N. 2 E. 3 90
tastouecn A. E, Earnhardt f
lne; thDce with biB line S. 86
E. 5.24 chains to the r eginding,
crntaimug 2 acres more or less.
The purchaser will get a Court
titU, as this sale is for the pur
pose eale for division between
teuauts in common. This Oofco
ber 1st, 1914. v I
and Trust Co.
Salisbury, N 0.
NEXT TO COURT EC CSS
Will pay yon 4 per cent on
your deposits and compound
the interest quarterly.
This is a Big Bank, why net
open an account with usl
Mortgage Sals il Seal Estate.
By virtue of authority contained in
a certain Mortgage Trmt Deed exe
cuted by George Thomas and wife
Mary Thomas, on September the 15th,
1913, to John If. Bostian, said mort
gage deeds beinp duly registered in
Book f Mortgages No. 41 at page 519
etc.. in the office of the Register of
Deeds of Rowan County, N, C , the
undersigned will on
Saturday, October 17th, 1914, 12m
at the Uourt House door in Salisbury,
N. C., sell the following described lot
Bei inning at a stake rn the South
east side of Caldwell street in the
We?t Ward of the town of Salisbury
and 320 feet from the Southwest Bide
of Monroe Street ar,d runs thence
Southeast, parallel with U mro? street
134 feet ai d 2 inches more or less to
M. L. Holmes' line, then with this l;ne
543 d West 80 feet and 2 inches to a
stake at the Northeast side of Marsh
Street, thne with Harsh Street
Northeast 187 feat to a stake at the
corner of Marsh and Caldwell Straats.
thenee Nortliaait with Cald wall Street
80 feet to the bag inning. Known as
lot No. 5 in Handargon and Woodson's
lot of Mri. Ballia Muni lands.
This Sept. 17,1914.
J. M. BotTIAH,
Mortgaged and Trustee.
de Jute cfcJfo
bEm dime t
1 We may spend a little more time in filling
a prescription than 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.
have so much pres
In the Superior
"On The Square"
Get it at SMITH'S or
North Carolina )
Before tha Clerk ;
In the no attar of Third Greek Drain
Georga 4. Bhephard, W. W. Shep
herd, Hannah Errand her husband
Carr, Mary Ellis and her hus-
Dana Kliis, tieorge Fhifer OJes-
a Phifer, Zelpha Phifer, and Annie
Jane Phifer, and others, defendants.
Th defendants above will take no
tice that a special proceeding entitled
&" au vt- has been commenced in the
Sup?i ior Court of Rowan County, be
fore Hi - cierg, to establish a drainage
district including all the bottom lands
and rveifl wrd lanis on Third Creek
in R wan County from the Iiedell
Count y line to Graham's bridge, a dis
tanct of ab "it 4 miles, unitr chapter
442 of the ' iiblicJ-aws of Worth Caro
lina of 1909, and the amendments
Sai 1 d'Ce'idants and ea?h of them
will t.ike notice that they are required
to ai penr before the o'erk of the Su-
perio:-C r n t i f Ruwan County at his
offlct in .-Mill!-bury on the 12th day of
October, 1914, an 1 answer or demur to
the i tition in this proceeding or the
petitii,-fr will apply to the court for
the n-'-i ' i li r-m demanded.
This octi.uiber 2i.d, 1914
J. F. MoCcbbins,
9 9-4t Clerk Superior Court
The Home of Good Dentis
try, at Reasonable Prices
Comparison in the. fret.
Come and have your teeth,
126i N Main St. 'Phone 763.
Give The Kiddies a Chance
to make their candies at home. Little minds and fingers trained
the proper way soon, become proficient in the Culinary Art
Good for litde stomachs too ! Pure sugar and Extracts never
harmed anyone. Bee Brand Extracts are aged for years in white
oak casks to bring out the delicious flavor which distinguishes
them from every other kind.
You will notice the difference at once! Try Bee Brand
Extracts and make better candies at home 25 c.
For sale by progressive dealers. Here are a few:
C. W. Windsor
C. P. Shopping
J. A. Cheatham
D. ffl. Miller & Son
N. P. Murphy
W. W. Taylor
F. W. Waroner
DR. R. H. ELLINGTON,
Salisbury - - N C.
Fifth Floor - Grubb Building
K5 East Kiehar St.,
SALISBURY, N C
TZZB FIiACQ ro BUY YOUR
Crimson clover, while it Jasts. for $5.50 per bushel.
LEAP'S PROLIFIC1 SEED WHEAT.
All Kinds of Grass ana Clover Seed. The beet on market
We will handle a splendid field pea for November aud
December plantine See us. Onion sets for fall planting
jobh j. oukwaht, Uommiasioner .