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Does GeneratBankmg Busmen
wk! PAT FOUR FERICENT on time de
posits. Intereit payable every 8 months
ompt attsnion given to any busi
cms entrusted to us. :
fTPeoples National Bank
Will cure Rheumatism; Neu
ralgia. Headaches, Cramps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old
Sores. Tetter, Ring-Worm,-Eczema,
etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,
used internally o externally. 25c
Slightly used 6 H. P. I. H
C, Gasoline Engine Mounted
and No. 3 Little Giant Thresh
er. Used but little. Wil
be sold at great sacrifice to
Salisbuay Hardware &
B. 2w. Furniture Co.
Farms for Sale '
1. 100 acres of good farmii g
laud, seven miles from Salisbury
Good dwellings, good pasture,
well watered, two 'wells, plenty
of timber and red soil. Will sell
as a whole or iu part Ooe third
cash balance on long time. Far
father lufarmation, call on are
Wm. H. Stiwart,
Salisbury, N. C.
This is prescription prepared especially,
for MALARIA or CHILLS 4 FEVER.
Five or six doses wih 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. 25
Relief 01 -uo
China. Qi&mzmC. bS-ll
I M?IaArWM the Vlood builds up the yitenC
PaVXVt K v-tt -rvf ttir-t v - -
The mint makes it and under the terms
of the GoNtiNaNTAii Mortgigb Com
pany you can secure it at 6 f 01 any
legal purpose on approved real estate
Terms easy, tell us your Wants and wi
will co-operate with you
FEi-iY a conn any, :
R5-5 UldLytton Bids: Ohioaeo. Ill
ar fill mm n
tug.iabjs town. " 3
llrsj- J, H PeUcTh,ss fceen tick
reaa uardner 01 Dana-
SOOllfflia Lnmbf CO. Sells galvat.iz
ed roofing "fi rook bottom pric
He parries a full lineoLHlgh
Grade Groceries a
. . very low prices.
ABuys all kinds of Produce,
Chickens, Eggs,. Bacon, and
. vegetables. See Mm
Headquarters for Watkins
119 W. Inniss St.
Farms and-Cily Property,
Plots, Deeds. Maps, etc,
R. F. D. No. 6,
SALISBURY, il. C,
' Adminstrator's Notice .
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Mary Jane Bostian,
deeearel, late of Rowan County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said dec ased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at China Grove
on or before the 28th day of May,
1916, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All persons in
debted to the estate will please make
The 25th day of May, 1915.
D. White Bostian,
bminiBtrator of Mary Jane Bostian,
Walter H. Woodson, atty.
Having qualified as administratrix
of the estate of John R Sloop, late of
Rowan County, N. C., this is to notify
all persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned on or before the 12
day of May, 1916. or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
make immediate settlement with the
undersigned administratrix, or T. G.
Furr at Salisbury, N . U.
Mas. Emma O. Sloop,
Admx. of John R. Sloop
This May 12, 1915.
T. Q. Furr, attorney.
BUY GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRICE NOW
y Is still in progress at
JTo WJLc Mill:
ou North Main Street, next to l. C. Rufty's Grocery,
is no a in full swing.
"tlen'e & Boyo' Clothing. Shoeo.
Hats, Shoes Undenvear. &Cm9
will go for less than 33 per cent on the dollar.
Mr. Miller is selling a lot of goods only slightly dam
aged by water at very low prices and wants all of his
former patrons and friends to call and get their, pot
tiou of the li i trier o us big bargains whkh are being ots
fered. You are invited to call and take a look, if you
find a bargain to suit you, you will be ,the gainer.
Come early for the goods ar'a going fast. Remember
J. TJ. Hiller, Clothie
North HainlSt., Salisbury, N. C.
Jdue 2U The '. farmers grf:
aboufc twougn wiinnau naTVfwJtfvisitiDB her sister.
au-arer very Dsyuultfvitrlrf hiJaoe, Saturday and San
tfiei 'PA 't'Z r-- day, .
4" t.jtlnanOf aer jbjd v 3$ T. Wyatt reoHived an ordei
mpHs;: thsre todty fcr Dlu9 pajr 0f millstones.
et gooa roaas iu The Faith Grauite Co., received
!. AmoLf? those I au or(j,r today for the granite to
phased new autos in in a faotory building. v
our odinouiity are Joues Reidaiid -puher A MoGombs will fliiisb
J. W. Aller. .
I fchbir nr Inad c.f millalmiaa this
t ':'i tj'ir t XT it: jl . j- - '
oLr.i ru- jxL is. j. iv. is aua I grAk .- " , .
son, u fence, visited at the ftomH Fitik and Y st crossed bats with
of Mri i Wise's parents, Mr, and I ff-ith Hatnrrl.u ThB annvi 8
j . "
Mrs. 1. 0. Shaver, Stturday auo 0 5 m fBVr Gf Faith.
Sunday Mrs. John Ritihia ad children
Albert T. Eag'e of Salisbury, k--v r-na to Hhiha Qrnv to visit 1
was married yesterday afternoon Q m other-ili law .Mrs Lawson
at 3 o'clock t j Miss Mary Caunp Ritohie.
of Richfield, Stanly C uuty, at Miss Trula Lii.ale. Willie Bare
the home of the bride's parent, er and Oallie Bsrger have gone to
Rev. "'G. W. Vick of Salisbury, per Kanuapolis. "
formed the ceremony. Mr. and Youog lady at Charles Raney's
Mrs. Esgle will make their home Joo 9th.
in Salisbury. We wish for them Young ladf at Hall Rusher's
a long and happy lifer jnue 8th.
Mrs. Marvha Lisk is very ill at Young engineer it John Corl's
this writing, we -are sorry to note. jnne 11th.
Mr. and Mrs Neely Liik"of Oon The program for the 4ih of July
cord, visited relatives in this ooa- PXeroises has been printed and are
muuity! last week being mail d and giveu out. A
, J.hn L. Shaver visits at Wiley olg time iiVspeofeed. A free din
Wise's quite often. ner is to be given the old soldiers
Walter Basinger is wearing a The lodges hate the matter in
smile from ear to ear . It's a girl, hand ani it is going to be a big
Mrs. James Arey recently re Uime.
caiv d s handsome new buggy as Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Brown
a present from her mother'.
Invites.the patronage of all the people in this sec
tion who desire a good bank of dependable seivice.
We are interested in the growth and development '
of our county and we are always ready to encourage
"and assistthose who are doing things
We receive deposits subject to check and isue
certificates of deposits "bearing interest payable on
demand. . 7
W: E, MeWllIRTKR, Cashier.
W A. Stoker visited at Albe
marie Saturday and Sunday
Sale 01 yalaable Real Estate.
.. Pursuant to the powers contained
in a certain Morteaee Trust Deed
executed by Calvin Ferrand and wife,
Allie L. Ferrand, on September 3, 1910,
to John J. Stewart, trustee, etc., which
is duly recorded in the office or the
j Register of Deeds for Rowan county
in Book of Mortgages No. 40, page 12
default havng been made in the pay
ment of the note therein seoured and
John J . Stewart having died and the
. undersigned having duly qualified aal
his administrator, and at the request
of the holder of said note, the under
signed administrator will expose for
Hale at public auction for cash at the
ourt house door in the city of Salis
bury , N . C. on
Thursday 15th dsy of July 1915,
.. at 12 M., the following described real
Beginning on a stone J, F, Cowan's
8. W. corner in.Clampet's line ; thence
as Cowan's line N. 44 deg W 83 poles
to a hickory and stone, Cowan's
- corner ; thence as his line S. 40' deg;
W. 2 poles to a itoi.e formerly a
' hickory, said Cowan's corner;
; thence as his line N. 3K degs. W. 60
poles to a stone in an old line between
said Reese tract and lands now owned
t by Calvin Rose, J; F. Cowan's corner,
' thence W. 24 poles to a pile of stone,
Jfct. Okely's corner; thence as Okely's
line 8. 2 degs. W. 94 poles to a small
- hickory, the corner of the Edmond
Burke s children's Cowan land ; thence
)L Si 86 degs. E. as the line of the E .
Burke heirs tract 67 poles to a stone.,
their, corner; thence with their line
. : H. 2 degs. E. 27 poles to a stones
' Olampet's corner, Burke's line; thenne
as Clampet's line N. 67 degs. E . 22'A
w. j,0les to tha beginning, containing 25
-i acres more or less.
: -ISee book of deeds 75, page 214, Reg---
Min?B office for Rowan county.
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June 15. Mrs. C P. Fisher and
children are visiting her sisters,
Mrs. 0. H. Peck and Mrs. J. O
Moore, in Concord.
visited Mr. B own'a sister, Mrs
P. A. Peeler, Saturday night and
Faith and China Grove oroseed
bats recently and the soore was 1
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One of the bess services that '""Vi" pai,T8 iu my araB B,'d
, shouuHrs. I got a bottle of
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night by the children cf the Sun using one bittle of it I wae en-
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service was carried through with
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Peeler, nne of the boys studyiug
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promieiug future. The directors,
Mrs. J. W. Jones and Miss Mary
Peeler, deserve much praise for
the splendid training. A large
.The people of the Reformed
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need come to see me.
Farmers are invited to make my place headquar
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