he can en
VE PAY FOUR Pt5 CEIJT a timftde
Prompt attejtfoaLgltf ejaucn 3uai
aess entrusted to us. -
Your business solicited. : : :
CPooplsa Natlon&l Catxu
John B. Henderson i JD. J! orwood .
. f President. K- -xswhier.
D. I. OmskUt," '
Pursuant to the proyif ion o( n certain
Mortage Deed , of Trust, exerted :Dj
conn JS. A. Xohloss. Trditer and
Mortgagee, on the 80th trav of January',
1814. which is 4nlyreeoi4ed-ilathe
flleefcf theealvter of JfeedMotQ-
wan Oennty in JBook of Jttortagea v
48. Pe 187. etc.. default navina -been
made In the toavniBnt of the indebted
ness therein Secured, and tHheK re
quest el thfehoMer-of said- otwthe
undersigned .will expose for Lsale rt
public auction for cash at the oiurt
boose door in Salisbury sko--
Saturday, 17th dayof Aprilt 1916,
t the hour of twelve 11.. the
esihnins at a itoneS. W.
ex's corner, and ronsthenee North 78
deg. east $4$3tostoi$&e
corner of choroh kt frtnence orth
IK des west 1520 chains to a stake ;
thence weit 7S.links tor.ajrtKt 6ak$
tnenee nortn if aeg. ast wwa nans
to a stake ; thence North: 68 defHWest
460 chains to an Elm; thence North
41 "dec west 20 chains- tdan Ash j
thencesouth 88 dee. west 848 chains
to a slake corner of .No 1; thence
Booth deg. East 56 88 chains to the
beadnninir containing sixty-four and
tnree-iourtns acres more or less
III this conveyance the dower right of
ml. Mmmrat R. Wamroner on a nan
of said land is exeepteajind is retain;
vu vj uet iw axao.
See Book 99 page 215 deed from 8 . A
Wftffffoner. administrator and Com
missioner to h. B. Waggoner and Book
101 page 182 deed from 11 K. rWag-
This the 16th day of March, 1916.
B A. Kohloss, trustee and mortgagee.
Joan Ii. Bendleman. attorney.
3 6 q o o e Q 0 8 8 6 ftj:
iCardukmy fcackT and fceadf would hurt so bad, I
I thought ;t5e piun aidill rne. -1 wasTircJIy abler
? iadoahy .of my: housewoiic. ; After taking three bottles-'
.t Cardnli Ltgarrto fecllils a new-woman. I soon w
gained i35 pouods, and e&w, tl do sul my housework,
as we&rurt5 wBer.Jnill, yv
Jr I fwlsbt;eyery lerp2 iyonsan would give ' :
0 n V
. - and it-al ways, Cess me 15004"
en I feel shuttle bad,'
tired. wornwittetrn3, ic.; aye sure signs woman
ly trouble. f'Siens that y4ji need CarduL the woman's
:T ... ....i JUt4.t t.LrfP.t.l T
lutiiw. a uu vatiuui uufta Busiuc iu u;uik.muuui
for your? trouble. It hasfeen helping weutvT ailing
iiicorBre than fiiy ya :
WSmmBM ite Today !
1 m W U W u u
I cotton and
the road halt Ms ticia. ; . xon
tl '-4J-. ' ir ff J-5t-f j ,l t JV r
April 19. Venus nude a flyicg
u: -:iw ii -r niiw. :-4ai.T.Krf a.
mobiU io Gold Hill nd was su w Vf
prised loae9omnchrkiC dfm
;L ' r---- . .!"':. r-'l I tA yoasg man was arrested Sat
ff?5i5ra : Lilt i. d tb.t b.:
5-.- -'Aift, r i rWi-J
Salail Willi! LaiS.
Porsuant to the provisions contain
ed in a certain Mortage Trust Deed
executed by : Sue Hendley Bruner on
the 27th day of August 1910, to John
J, Stewart, Adm.,. which is -dnly re
corded in the ofSoe of -the Begister o:
Deeds for Bo wan County in the Book
ofMortages No. 45 Page 218, ddfaolt
haying been made is the payment of
the indebtedness secured ty said mor
tgagee, and the said John J.Stewart
haying died and the undersigned hav
ing duly qualiflee as his adminis
trator to the undersigned will expose
for sale at public auction for cash
at the Court House Door in Sal
Thursday lfith Day of April, 1915,
at the hoar of twelve the follow
ing described real e ttate, tdwit," .
The one-sixth undrvidedinteresteof
the said Sue Hendley Bruner in and
to the faiiowing described land, to
TK heaettead tract of land owned
by lipe 0--McKensieJ deceased,
consg e abeut 450 acres of ad
joining the lands of John O Bdgers,
Deo. Albright, Chas. "H. McKenzie,
Jas. Morris and others, lying on both
aides of the North Carolina railroad,
beinp the same land intended to be
willed by said Margaret a McKenzie
to ;her daughter, Kate B. Braner.
etc. For full description see book of
deeds No, 66 at page 862, reference to
which is hereby made as folly, as if
written herein. Some of the land has
been sold by Kate B.Bruner and the
balance of it deeended to the portion
of the Jlrst part as heirs at law . being
about 200 acres, bounded by Jim dor
riher, Henry Wllhelm, Alfred Klottz
Calvin Klutta, Robert Morris Wallace
and BenryMoKenzie, being the place
whereon Kate B. Braner lived. The
above real estate in subject to a for
mer mortgage for about $1,000.09 due
McCubbins 4 Harrison, . See book of
mortagages No 88, rt.page 223. Said
party ofthe first part f s responsible
for 1-8 of the $1,000,00 mortgage men
This the.lSth day of March, 1916.
- John L Bandleman,
Admrof J. J. Stewart.
A U rh t V ZSA
m 1 c jio)
I th.n t Wa II -4
aw Tt iMtvfi n: who 1
i-'f .Ivii :i-jr: -h Mm preapn.WeJiop -there'Witl
werepBMior ip ,iiabe nuudreds "T .-rr .'7-
Til IMHB UHHIT-lJIiTOinUlliK It'tUU I - 1 - ' .
- ; - .
dilr like ctock work; , v v
yenns..hMju F Wiwog 2 in ua-
ivmself ib aisew 1 listdeac built
:fHfiafctw6 riy horiei;
a criD .oi ooriinB nne, ooa; oi omo
igh time-that all til ProtesUnt
arhn bewau ito a aantr-ox
In the rsTiew , on the ,8aaday
obi lesion cf the Jllth hjitant
tberewM alrasaf tut oplimenl
s,T3:s-::r:: th tact thavwidthe
A.vr and a rsir ooantenanoe. ir vion
Spnnjg Goads, - -Gfeneral .-" line; Wiite
P GtDods fGingham,;; Shoes, Paiits, . ,
. -- '. - - ? . - .- - '.,-.- -' .- ".-
-- "-""f. '. - .-C - v rj,. ..- . ' - .. -
.. . - ' i ' "S.. ' 1 " vs.. .--. " - --
rhen in need of Dry Goods,- Shoes, Hats, Caps, No
tions, OrockeryV Groceries, Tinware and about ever
ihingiept in a general store; come to see me.. .
- : Farmerrafe invited to make my place headquari
texa whife in the city. Very truly,
103 8, Main St., Salisbury, N. C.
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things J3u f . j jhia::fli
Stm Or )
Pursuant to an order made by J.
Frank licCmbbins , clerk of the superi
or court of Bown county, in the speci
al proeeedfng entitled D. A. 3eaver,
Henry Beaver, J. L. Besyer vs. Alice
Earndhardt,- Allen RaBher, WUlie Bush-
er, Bobt Busher, it al., thesame being
apeaial proceeding No.i2l6, the under?
signed eommitsioner will expose for.
aaleat the court house door in- . Sal-,
isbury on the. 10th day of April, 1915
at the hoar of 12 m., the following de
A tract of land known as the Jesse
Beaver home place and bounded as fol
lows: Beginning at a stone Dave
Beaver's corner on -Sloop ;linei tnns
thence south 1 degrweal&fiOehaint
to a stone. Henry, uea vers corner on
oop line; thence north 89 deg. west
e chains to a stone Henry Beaver's
corner ; thence south I deg. west 12.50
chains to a stohfr Hem y Beaver's cbrn
ervoa th eld Rasher fine.iaow Henry
iseavsrs; thence north twaeg. west o
chains 1ftstonejHecry. Beaver's corn
er; thence north 1 deg. east 7.75 chains
to a stone at dog wood, Beaver's eotn-
T! thMft north 17. dttcr. t 10 RK
chains to a jtakcBienry Beaver's corn
er on Dave Beavers line; thence
with Save Beaver's line east 17 66
chains to beginning, containing 2742
:The foregoing lands will be sold subr
jees so sue aower mteresss oi Mary tat
jseaver, widow or Jesse Uaver.
This 6th day of March, 1915.
Johx L'. BaxnutMAV,
Farms and City Property,
t Plots, Deeds!.' Maps; etc,
' ; write . .
: R;K D. No. 6,
Phbne: XibrtyY i'-H
It pays to lest
and ypu Thrill certainly:
find none better. M cofc
the same as other brands
inecret of a Good Figure
pftot in thC fanusiere. Haadreds of
tooosatid of womea wetur thBiJo1i
Bra9swr:for the Te&soo that they retard it
a nsmrr as a eoneC vftiasoarti tb iMst t:
tertt&ad gives the figure 1
tiia4 Which toahion decree.
mre th ttatatiest, Bert senriceabfe gsnaeat
imartnayle. Only the best of materiaU are
usedfuf JiuUnce, "WaJohn", a flexible bon
ing of gmt durability absolutely rustle
permitlatutdering Without letncfvaL '
They obie hi all atylea, and your local Dry
Goods dealer will show them to yea on re
auest. If he does . not camr them, he can
easily get them for yon by writing to us. Send
"Tor ah Illustrated booklet snowing styles that
are fn tesr;r:"-'-'"
BENJAMIN & JOIKES
50 Warren Street ; . Newark, N. J.
sannot oome op. -.
Wheat and oaU do not shaw -a
ran up and if 4t jiaoii)d i,tiirn ont
dry we will not hare sv f sxy vgood.
anest erop tnrongrr cere- -- v
There were so" many girls and
boyi at the exhibition t Rowan
Academy we are - not able to say
where the- first - wedding bells will
be heard. Viola.
A Cert Ur SeSU2Sb.
Mrs. Wm. M 1 Thompson, of I
BattleOreek. Mich., writes:
haTa beenf troubled with mdigai
tion, - soar . ttdmaeli - and r. bad
breath. After taking two bottle's!
of Chamberlain's . Tablets I am
well. These Tablets are 'vtplandidi
none better.' 1 s -
oQ iConv v v 1.
34hOne Is a Hsii vnra 1
3 that never nuv SfoOne lnhricatcs
towers rwrriiia that etheeoiliiitf invotnrhomec
No crease. No aidd. A KttleJJibOTrt fa;a.softcloth cleans;
ami! nolfahca nerfllw T1 yrrnnemrmA-tUt brarnlnhtA fnmltrtrm and woodwork.
?ntee1aotfelyrrorar bath toonr
fixturesgas ruiges lhetal, indocti of entiln a7clhhatfc ft sinks
into tbiihieen metal oret a a ntwtlirjCTJffwnkh stays on.
ftn 3 ht One ITneev Write today lor geiiefDUwbottle and the
34n-One Dictkmarv of hondredsnf vsea. . .. '
34Oav ji UiUtHdUrt hi Uht Dbtfles: 16c a ox), 25c (3 ox.),
sue Co oKa 7i pmti. Also la new patented Handy Oil uuw S5c Ws oz.1.
DO YOUR QWN
Grvet lie BEST YALUE for Yea- Kleney
Eoajf Kloifwm Cotton to SO fot MeB Womm mnd CkUren
' Any Color andt&xle From 25c to. $5.00 per pair ,,
. leak far tilk!; " . .ABtesWs. ;
ymoLESAUL JjOtd Taylor new yorkI
ijtiuiih v ,m.tm KfiriK .111 m pin .ltnin . -- .
lorocvxeimerj, .vyeaiso Tisuea aii c 0 .2.-a
. r.a J.-- .J'-.. .4. HT- I "jaw . ..wuaij iv tuoj was
:tr--'f 7 . . - F i-""r I 1 Nuhsn Krnan araa nnlloif .nfr f
la horse lait weak by a clothes
vaax'OD i:t. -jw: ; --fiv
--t ... - . auu - KH UUOUUI01UIH lur. suuur
nisi uew tarm. - ij. - is-ar-.j
Onion MCudr VT- HPglNte
Local," w.dfrrtiia "April 18U.. I TZTT'T
" faar it IH a-ak an ilftr th..
T"" ... i.
SpinebpdjLssnt ns another; foun
tain pen anwa ipitrJUieaddreit if
they send us their address we will
send theov the money for it.
Venus reoeifedaeTen letters for
ponipkin.teed and prolifio oorn
land we sent them on.
We heard thai the double head
ed oal f died reoently.
"Venue wants about two hundred
! sunflower aeeds." ,
v Tha Faith Jass ball crowd haye
harrowed and leveled off thir bell
grounds tht they; leased for twelve
montbi from'.L. .A: Gaht.Tbey
paid him a big price for the
J. T. Wyatt Jtae a ear load of
street , ourbiDg aud a oar load of!
No. 2 paving blocks made ready to
ship any day;. -y:
v John a Peeler is confined to his
bed-today with aickness.
Lige Kuykendall. and his broth
er John, hare s finished up the
granite dairy lor Leo Peeler and
built another one for Charles Bar
gar and are now at work at Gran,
ite Quarry helping to erect a gran
te store houethat Lewia Klutts
is having built to rent out near
Venus wants to buy the frame
oi a small vertical corn mill. Sec
"Venus will furnish a corn mill
(it some will run it) for part" of
There will a bigrfourih of
July rally ia Faith, this , year
More about it later ? - ,
Adolph Casper's little aon died
April 10th at the age of 2 mbnthe
and 12 daysi- The funeral wm
oonducted by.Eev. 0. P. Fisher at
Faith where the burial took place
-' V euns . will ; ezohanEe a , sood
or ahefer.:Theii hoxae&iie
plowing now erery day and is gen
tie; and safe to baggy or wagon
flf. t. t.""CBl ahtobunles'
has located in Ohina Grote for
the practioe of dentistrv.
If yondolry DI0BS1 ONBlKfil.
sXtioaiara aitd eitotfrarrflv,
f xilntl:r atiusl Crcxt, er Crejs.
9e ZsA-ises S q
a rooncj at roct bottom nrjqei.
Spring ie here 'at lilt and the
farmers are1 piinting coru. ? "
Vthe vhea odrbaioropf are. late
but look promising. ! i;
L. A.'Holdet hga punbiied;G
A. Peaoewkarni aniwiU take
charge, of sajme -inoinediately.
feeling good s Bpripg?has open
ed. - .tt- ,i 'ii.. '-.-fs, '--ii
A good prospect for fruit eoji far
and everybody-thinks that the
cold j weather iiiover.- : ; ' :
IP he annnat' lebratioti of the
Woodmen here. Will be held May
18tbt:Ascensvou Day. fendthe pub.
e'expeot o have
nd 'people ;hre
tlirtjry Th program will be
publuhed later.-' , " i .
fXf H.J5dwrdet well! well 11
weJJ 11 ia4ias:iast:aboat decided1
enoujh f orlicv.. He thinkibsi
at iikst a ihou
Salisbory Bank & Trus
facilities for the -care and protection of
yonr Money are modern-in every respect.
C The many new depositors we are gaining
indicates a growth of this bank which will
permit anadded and larger useful ness to the com
-munity; , r
JIIs it hot foolish to keep your money in your
houpe where you will always, fear it may burn, or
-wherea burglar may break in and steal it and kill
jbu at' the same time? . ' -
We pay four per cent, interest, compounded
8lSBURY:BilC & TRUST CO.
W. E.:MoWHIRTER, Caahfer.
Monday evening -abont 88d
o'c!ockfjthe fire eombany was call F
ed from boa 15 corner Main and
Monroe. Streets .- - TJpon arriying j
on tbe scene it was found that m
email s tore hoi Wing uled as a cafe!
was tna seen of the fire. It waa
only a small blsj;e. and was exkiD-
gnished before the'arriyal Kof the
fire eomSany. No, damage was
Let me send you t'REE PERFUME
Write today for a testing bottle of '
EO. PlflAUD'S LILAC
The world's mo faniis rfame,: every
drop as sweet as the living blossom; -For
luuu&erchief, atomizer and
bath, fine after shaving. Al
the value is in the perrume you
dont nay extra for a fancy bottle.
The quality is wonderful. The price only
75c (6 ol). Send 4c for me EtuV
bottle enough for 50 handkerchiefs.
PARFUMERIE ED. PINAUD
ED. PINAUD BUILDING NEW YORK
Flf Silt. 1 Fox Typewriter, 1
typewriter desk, 1 Filing cabinet
(sectional) 1 small Moiler safe.
Apply to J hw L. Rbndieman.
EggS for Sale Full blooded ringlet
RarraH Rnnlra At. Azov's strain
Call on or write to P. B. Qobel,
China Groye, N. 0. : t.p,
E MB LETTER
J PATI CIAUTAUQUA
EVENTS OF RED.
iam Owen and cast in a modern olav. "The Servant In
Health and Happiness Day
1 lJtures bv Ur. Charles IL Barker, who was Dhvsical ad-
to President Taft during his administration in Washington.
Francesco Paljaria, dynamic, dramatic and spectacular .di
v ;Slr Taber, the magician. Magic and mystery, j
' EG of Nebraska, newly elected merh-
of Crtm address on "Political Patriotism.,, a
Jpy Night - .
y if-- t ; Rollicking fun. music and enthusiasm. D
I11C13C11 ia : ' til
Recital bv Prima Donna SoDrano of the Metrnnnliran afiA lsi
.. " . -TrT- rr -V . - T-.YKW1MU " T
iMstorLvpera, Ux)mpames. Greatest musical reature ever- an-r