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share in the
all Ford owners.
Never before has the demand been so great for Ford Cars, proving conclusively that it is,
in the long run, the only practical and reliable car .made. We are n w booking orders
for future delivery, having just received notice of eighteen machines leaving the fac
tory on the seventieth. These cars are the latest Ford models, and if you intend
buying an automobile this summer, do it how, so' as to secure the $50.00 rebate.
R. L: Reams, W. L.
S. P. Lewis. Call Any of These Men Any
Gladly Demonstrate the FORD.
and They Will
Th- North Carolina Stale 0
t' metric Scciety will meet in Sal
kbary Monday and Tuesday, J aly
5 b aud 6h. Ai interestiup pro
Kram has tret; arransrd and quitp
a number of the State's leading
ptr metrigtci will he preeeDt - W.
H. Leonard ot Salisbury is presi
dent of the sooiety.
The cew automobile licers"
numbers are now bein received
Qui a humbpr of bova under
the direction ot E. M. Hoffman of
the Community Y M O. A. left.
Mondav morning for Seor-nd Creek
for a ten days outing They went
well prepared to enjoy their little
stay in the sticks.
There was a meeting of the exe
cuUvo committae of the Rowan
Sunday School Association here
Friday afternoon to make arrang
cneutB for the nxt meeting which
will be at Back Creek Cburoh
September 7th and 8th. Dr. C
M. Poole was made chairman of
the program committee, E. H.
B'an was made secretary to fill
ont the unexpired term of J. F.
Hurley, resigned, and a loal en
tertainment committee was ap
pointed, which consists of the fol
lowing gentleman: J. A Gil
bertrE S Miller, S E Sloop, J.
0. Sherrill. E. C. Barger, J C.
Wilkimon P. 0. Lfler and Rev.
J C . Grier.
C. B Webb, national councillor
cf the Jr. O U A. M met with
Council No 18, of which He it a
member, last night and reoeived a
royal welcome and mai;y congrat
ulations. He made a very inter
esting talk and expreis90 the wish
that the councils in Salisbury aud
Spencer w uld prepare for a big
joint meeting at ilv early da?,
which it was deaided to do.
Seuttp r Lee S Overman and
daughters, Mies Kathertne aud
Gnoe, returned home last week
after a trip to the Hawaiian It
lauds, where they were guests with
other pro minent Americans of the
I be auual outing ai d picnic
of the Niiareth Orphan's Home,
at Cresient, will be held on Sit
urday, August 7th. This is al
ways a very pleasant affafr and it
goes without saying that it will
be well attended.
The annual scalp picnic will be
held in the WatsonvilJe neighbor
ho'd some time in Augast. The
captains are A. J. Safrit aud R.
The Ford automobile, handled
by the R us-r Garage, is adver
tised in this psper. They ar
making a special off r at tbie
time that should be of interest to
thost who contemplate buying a
China Grove, N. 0., May 17, 1915.
Notice is hereby given that
certificate number 88 for one
qbare of the Capital Stock of
Patterson Mfg. Co, of China Grove
N C , standing in the name of
the undersigned, has been lost;
and application has been made to
the said Patterson Mfg. Co. for
;asucnoe of a new certificate. '
MISS IDA L. LINN.
furtf Old Sore?, Other Remedies Won't Curt.
'he wont cas no matter of how long standing,
re cored by the wond-rful, old reliable Dr.
ortefs antiseptic Hei :nrf Oil. It relieves
tin od Heuli t tbe ai.e .ime. 25c. SOe. UM
Fannnis or sale
i ii you want to ouy a arm,
Lrge or Small, see us. )(
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If SALISBURY REALTY
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We have just completed a ten days shoe gale, which has been very satisfactory in every respect. Even better than we expected. Hundreds fit our old customers as well a? lots of new ones have
taken advantage of our low prices. Tin going through our stock now we find that we still have quite an accumulation of odd pairs and odd lots of most every grade and kind of shoes which are
too small in quantity to carry in stock, and during the
We are goicg to close these out at some price or other, and no matter where you have been buying your shoes it will pay you to come to see us during this sale.
19c Fop Infants' Shoes
in assorted styles and colors,
worth up to fiOc.
Yon can have pick aud choice of
a big lot of children's slippers and
barefoot Sandals iu white, black
aud tan. Most all e-.zes iu the lot
aud w t th up $1 00-
- For 48c
We have bunched together a !arg6
nesortmeut of chidror'a slippers
in whit-, black, tan and red, s'zb
5 f 1$ a: d worth regular up to
At 89c and 98c
We are going to sell several hun
dred pair misses' and children's
slippers i whites, blacks and tans
in most all sizs and good styles,
values up to $2.25
E. C. Scuff er Slippers.
Jasfc the thing for summer play
shoe7,- all sizs up to 2, sold iegu
Jar up to 11.75
Bale Price 98c and $1.29
We have hnnohed together a large
assortment of children's slippers
in w it, black, tan and rd, sizes
5 to 4 ar.d worth regular op to
At $1.29 and $1.48
We will sell quite a large assort
meut of Misses' one aud two strap
slippers iu patent leather, gun
metal and kid, not all sizes of a
kind, but all sizes intba lot and
worth up to $8.00
Ladies' Oxfords, Slippers
Here is where you save one third
to one half yrur shoe money,
What's the use to pay more when
5 on can buy the best here at such
prices as these.
At $1.89 to $1- 98
We will sell a big lot of ladies'
Oxfrrds and s'ipper- in a'l the
leading leathers aud lasts, all sizes
in the lot aud worth up to $3 60.
You may choose from a large lot
of ladies' fine Oxfords aud slip,
pers in white, black and tan.
Most all sizes in the lot and worth
regular up to $3, but some are
slightly off style.
e going to bjII a big lot of
puups and Blipper, most
tes in the lot from 2 to 8.
ity cf the very best stock, in
cluding rome of our best make
and worth regular up to f3 50, a
ffPJr.are cf course slightly off
tin atvlfi bu j mt think of tbeprice.
At $1.48 to $1.69
We will place on sale several hun
dred pair ladies' flue Oxfords and
slippers in moBt all styles and sizes
in gun metal, patent leather and
kid, including such well known
makes as Zeigler Bros , E . P.
Reed, etc , values up to $4 00.
Boys' Oxfords and Shoes.
If your boy goes barefooted it's
Dot cur fault. w hare cut the
prices on our boys' Oxfords and
slippers right down to where every
boy in town can buy a new pair of
sho. and Dot fel the s'raiu oo
Hen's Oxfords and Shoes.
Deep price oouoessious on every
pair in the house. Here are a few
sample prices, we can't mention
them all .
$ 1 .29 for Hen's Shoes that
Sold up to $2.00.
At $1.98 to $2.48
Y.ou oau have choice of several
hundred pair manVfiue Oxfords,
in black, pateut leather, gun met
al, Rusaia aud kid. Most all stvles
and sizes iu the lot, including
auoh'well kuown makes as W. L
Douglass, Walkover, etc. with
some af Edwin C'app fi ih Oxfords
thrown in for eo-d measure. .
Who ever Heard of Shoes-Selling at Such Bricesl. ' tcA clleWud .,, t u.'
Successors to Whitlock & Rainey.
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