of interest to
ALL OF OUR READERS,
The young up!e woo. were
awarded diploma last whiter for
m -iking high g ads iu dairy farai
wt rk ar uow reaeiviug fame from
the ffiee of Dairy Farming
Among those receiving diplomat
iu ilin D'nn'y arrt tfji) following :
Mirths Torunr, Pului- Graham
aud K-ttbleeu Ci i e 1 1 , all of Mt
Sunday's papers gAVa a list r f
savnty new iawyeis who were li
emived to practice y the Supreme
Curt, among thorn beiug two
f rv ui Salisbury, Willi&m Lynch
aud Bn Jlj'Jubh na. Bdward 0.
Jerome wh rooently moved tr
GHuai' r ; was also a member of
the successful clues.
0. ver W . Stewart of Chicago,
will spak in the old court house
Saturday light, September 11th,
.peak on thesulj.ct of prohibi- SlQICff MCatfiu l)f COOtafil!
tiou aud is said to Le ver interesting.
g, at JU
o crCK. the- marriRirA nf Mioa
. ' W,
Elizabeth, the. accomplished
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C M.
Van P ole: aud William Earnest
Beaver, bou of MrV antf Mrs. D A.
.Biav-rr, took place at the home of
the bride's parents. on South Ellis
Street, iu the presence of the rel
atives aud friends of those inter
ested, Rev. M. M. ,Ki uuard, D
D , pastor of St. John's B. L.
Church, rfficiatiug. The home
waB beautifully decorated for the
occasiou, the b ide was dresied in
a traveling suit, aud after the
ceremony thrs ccuple left for a trip
to points in the north. TheBe are
spleudid young people aud will
- Tai Assessments Go Up
State Tlx Cf mm ssion Ofders hcreast.
Riwmlncuased 10 Per Cent.
The State Tax Commission (ali
as the c rporation commission)
has increased the assessment on
real estate iu 77 of the 100 coun
ties of the State, the iuorease
ranging from 6 to 80 per cent. The
increase in Rwan is 10 per cent
In one eouuty, Pasquotank, tb.
assessment was decreased 5 per
cent., iu 19 counties uo change
was made aud iu three the assess
menti are t j Le passed upon.
The increase ordeied, says the
News aud Observer, will add to the
tax books $80,918,955 Thi. with
he increase in corporation exoess,
bank stock, building and loan as
socutions aud public service cor
- : 7 r
make their home in Saliabnrv i; , i.u-.ai
- - I pjfHIlUUH, Will .wo vva-
ueing employed by .Baaaaftj alnft ftf nrnnflrtv ;n the
the Southern Railway. Miss Ada
btirewalt, a trietid of the bride
was present and made excellent
State, based upon estimated re
turn from three counties not yet
reprtiug, of -$900,000,000. Tb.e
total value of all property for the
year 1914 was $807,072,788 mak
ing au increase in the taxable
nrnnorfcv nf thp Stfttft for the year
Iu the fifth and deciding game 1915 of ftbont $99 000 000. or 11
or tne series for tbe amatenr
A farewell service was he'd at ohampionship Spenoer forfeited
gt JamPB J L. Church, Rock
well, Sunday prior to the leaving
of Rev. and Mrs. John K. Linn ai
missionaries to Japan. Mr. Li in
is a sou of Rev. and Mrs J A
Linu of Rockwell, and is highly es
teemed as indicated by the largely
The Spencer Graded School
opened Monday morning with a
spleudid enrollment aud will u
doubt have another Buosessfu
term uuder the direction of Prof
B irut-s, saperiuteudeut, and Mrs.
L it-. B Carrick priujipal of the
Tha Cleveland public school will
open Monday, Sptomber 20th.
Dr. Thomas G. Coughenhour.
gon of Mr aud Mrs. T. A. Cough
euh our of Salisbury, who was been
located at Palmeruiile for sevra'
years, has decided to move to
Charlotte for the practice of hit
profession, dentist. Dr. Coughen
hour is well q lipped for his pro
fessioo, is a courteous geutlemai
the game Monday to Oooleemee iu
l . l : 1 .
cue suira inning, witn the score
standiug 8 to 0 in favor of Coolee
mee. Spencer left the-field, claim
lLg the umpire had made a bad
decision at one of the bases, Spen
oer made one error, Cooleemee
loue Cooleemee got four hits,
The heghest per centage of in-
crease, 3U, 11 applied to tnree
counties, Alleghauey, Sampson
It is farther ordered that the in
crease in assessment in the above
name counties shall not be appli
ed in th year 1915 to the real
J. F. Lverly a Rood citizen
of the Grace Church neigh
borhood, who has been mak
ing his home lately with J. F.
Cooper, a step-son in Chiua
Grove, died Saturday after
noon from the effects of heart
failure. The funeral was
held from St Marks' E. L.
Church, China Grove, Sun
day afternoou, being con
ducted by his pastor, Eev. G.
O. Ritchie of Grace Church,
assisted by Rev. W. H. Riser
Mr. Lyerly was about 74
years old and a highly es
teemed citizen in his neigh
borhood The remains of Lawrence,
the twenty-two year old son
of Thornton Lingle, of the
Salem Church neighborhood,
who died from the effects of
menirgitis Friday afternoon,
was intered at the Salem
Church grave yard, after a
funeral service at the Church
by his pastor, Rev. G. O.
Ritchie, Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Lingle was a splendid
young man and was highly
esteemed by his neighbors
and many friends.
Whenever You Need 4 General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
CDUl Tome is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
R UK A LH E WS
Sept. 6. The month of
August was the wettest yet.
N. A. Trexler has gone to
Landis to tio some surveying.
Carr C. Barger, railway
mail clers, is at home taking
Misses Lucy Barrier, Mol
lie and Mrs, H. A. Trexler
have gone to Wilmington
where they will repiesent the
miss onary society of St.
Peter's Church in the State
Convention which" meets at
The county road force is
getting along slowly on ac
count of bad weather.
At a recent meeting of the
school committee for the dis
trict Mies Mary Lyerly was
chosen principal and Miss
Mollie Holshouser assistant
for the Gold Knob school
this winter. Miss Nellie
Park will teach again at Park
Academy near Organ Church.
The committmen are to be
congratulated in securing the
service of these splendid
The patrons of Gold Knob
school have decided to seat
the school room with steel I
needed and which will add
much to the life of the school.
Mrs. Lucy Moore of near
nrnno f on, Knlr nr hm ki no weuicnown tonic properaesoiuuim
spencr two. .Batteries: Spen- nrrot:n. nnr trt the real nro uounxy
;er, Graham and Mpore; Coolee- of rliofkd companies oat- & P SOcents. is visiting friends and rela
o dowu to Concord in their an-,
tomobiles at the home ooming,
September 8th and 9th, to see the
big parade and the big crowds of
Miss Maggie Wagoner at High
Point is spend irg several months
with hefaont at Fth
W. S. Barnha-dt has the con- '
tract and 19 pnttn g a metal lool
on John A. Peeler's barn.
M G, M. Fisher is doing sev
eral hundred dollars worth cf
work on his lot here building and
remodeling the two story resi
dence. It will be painted outside
and inside and it will improve the
looks of our little town as it is in
the center of the village.
The old barn at Albert Miler's
was built in 1832 and it has a
part of the first roof that was ever
put on it. Who ever can beat
that trot oat yoar barn.
J. L Shupiug was down at lis
mother's birthday dinner at Faith
the other day.
Miss Effie Fraley has more
boarder than any other boarding
houee in Faith and she sets a fine
The mayor, John D. A. Fhhtr,
dosen't have cases up before him
very'oftin as we have suoh a quiet
good town, but the other Light
one cf the foreigners broke the
rule of our little town. A ljrge
orowd was out to hear the trial,
le was ft d twenty-five dollars
aid cost and the oost was fcur
dillars aud ninety-five cnte.
rhen he immediately left the
town for s me of tbe north ru
oitieB. Good . Venus.
There were about ,200 people
who went to Winston-Saltm las
Friday to spend the day t the
orphanage of the Methodise
Church near that city. They had
a picnic and a very pleasant oat
mee, Hobaou sud Lesler.
side of their right of ways, the in
crease in the assessments of the
property of the bankiug and rail
road oornoratious 'lavina been em-
Salisbury's hot air artists, braced and covered in the assess-
Woodman Camp tarmiily Opened.
With their huge axes hangiug
or "hnost.Hrs will ha thir . .... u 4U I w.ru.ug u uy t.
, " mnr, or ineaa comorufciuuB iiv sub i j 1 1 3
r 1 aoeri wuo may ue prowiiuK arouua
ine per-cen- d iikewi,e lhe eTmbol of achiev
. r . I J
age 01 u.cre.. ruu .u ment, aid and . welcome to all
oounwes, nowever, wuu HPuu vVoodmen and friends of Wood-
to the ral property of banks and men h ma ioionrn for aftftH
railroads next year ana tnereaittr.
The commission states that the
returns made by tne counties
show au actual decrease in tbe as
tivo8 here this week.
Miss Frances Trexler who
has been visiting in Salisbury
for the past week is home
vh n 11 1 T" v I a rk r -w 4- ' I . -. -3 .
, 11T , , commission itself.
aim weunesaay ana, it is
said, will go by automobile
to the following points on
Tuesday: Granite Quarry,
Rockwell, Gold Hill, Ores
cent, Faith, China Grove,
Landis, Mt. Ulla. Bear Pop
lar, Cleveland, Barber,- Sal'
isbury, and to Franklin, sessmeuts over previous years
Woodleaf. Cooleemee, Mocks-
ville, Yadkin College. Lex
iugton, Linwood, Spencer,
and will no doubt succeed as all oallSDUry, on Wednesday.
Silisbury boys do when g:vu
lowing. THE PROPER COURSE
The Yost re-union is being held
at Mt. H.pe Reformed Oharob MBh,Blt,M P'leSS VilUB tO EW)
aud a larg) orowd is in attend- SillSDUff Citizen.
a n ww
now to act in au emergency is
Tbe Salisbury schools expect to fcuowledge of inestimable worth,
None Equal toChambetlain.
on with them, the aunual encamp
ment cf the Uniform Rtnk, Wood
men of the World, was convened
iu this city Monday. It will con
tinue in session throughout the
week, ooucludi g Saturday a t
uoon, when the big flag, emblem
'I have tried most all of the I of fraternity, patriotism and ad-
oough cures and find that there is vancement, will be lowered and
none tnat equal
the camp will then be formally
T Hob nufar
filtoaivm nromnt relief." BC1Brou J
e . I rr I Ofk : 11. r
writes W. V. Harner. Montpelnr, r u.uip. m u mi
Iud. When you have a oold give est" as tbe beautiful tented city
this remedy a trial aud see for lie called, and there is every ad-
yourself what a spleudid medioine janoi 0f a ,egulsr army pest, with
IS IS. UUiiKiuauit) Hfmjwuais.
dept. 4. Rey. Harvey Welktr
aud Banks Peeler have returned
from Pennsylvania where they
have been spending a month vis
iting relatives and friends.
Fisher & MoOombs have just
received au order for auother car
load of millstones.
C C. Wvatt of near Gold Hill.
has returned from City Point,
Va., where he has been at work
for several months at the big
powder works near Petersburg .
He says there are all kinds of peo.
pe thera from all couutries
J. T. Wyatt has received an
rder for a large pair of millstones
aDd they are I emg gotten cut.
Li .M, Peeler is hauling granite
open Monday, September 20th.
Two automobiles collided on
West lcnes Street last Thursday
night a. id considerable damag
was done to tbe one driven by J.
R Curlee of Cooleemee, the other
being driven by J. . Alexander
of Statesville. The matter was
heard iu the County Ccur& Friday
morning aud Mr. Alexander was
riued $10 and cost. Each olaimbd
that tLere was room i.r the other
to pa88, but Mr. Alexander was to
aud this is particularly true of the
di83ases and Ills of the human
body. If you suffer with kidney
bacKacne, urinary aisoraers, or
r ri - ti . 1
auy rorm 01 aianey irouoie. tne
advice contained in the following
stitement should add a valuable
assest to your store of knowledge.
01 cans witn nowaer ana snot.
LldleS LutheriB UiSSiOP SlCielj EleCtl Lbere are the Woodmen sxs,
which are in themselves symbols
of warefar, waref-re agaiust ig
I. . . - . ',:u u: it -
the single exception that instead 0,OCKB JUI'U ' grains
Wilmington, 8ept. 2 The 80th
John A. Fisher is having a
new roof PQt on his residence.
Several people from Faith will
annual convention of the Wo-
meu's Heme aud Foreign Mission
arv societies of the North Caro-
What could be more convmcing lina Lutheran Synod began at 8t.
pruci CIUUUJ -uu . pani. r.nthMrAn chnroh here this
a, w w
mr.rni. a with a lanze number of
norance, vioe aud superstition.
There is tbe commissary depart
ment, the mess ball, tents for tbe
ins ruction of SB sera, parade
grounds aud even a hospital con
tingent. Tbe camp ii guarded by
sentinels ana every tuing is col-
Kiduey Pills than the statement
nr a natiaiurv citizen wno naea
thm and who nnbliclv tell, of fch-i delegstes in attundanoe. lne
' i . I ' . .1 j . j 1: a. - : 1 : . t
benefit derived? oonrention will continue through qucibu accuraio v nuiur; ruiee
Mr. J. F. Barber, 510 W. Inuis Une wee Mrs. R. L. Patterson. "d regulations. It is a camp in
ays. My back f a-i;.iinr-. tha nraident ii nre every sense of the term.
of misery when- . .. .... . . . . m rn . I The first formal exercises of the
had photographs taken showing the only medicine for that trouble Columbia, S. 0., conducted a mis- morning at w o eioox wneu guards
the positions of the machines as I T have taken them for years and Linn atnri v. The afternoon see- were mounted and then at 10
they stood after the accident. they have always b?eu beneficial.'' Linn h-an w,th devotional serv- o'olook the big flag was raised.
t-. m .1 .11 j 1 11 ri 1 " 1 . . . .
x'rice Ow, ac an ueuiwrtj.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. Yon know
what you are taking, as the formula is
ited on every laoei, snowing it is
nine and Iron in a tasteless form.
. . ... . . a.1
t Quinine onves one nuuni,
tn builds uo the system, so cents
Piles Cujw .u 6 to 14 Days
'OW 5mgRist will refund iiioney if VAZO
'1NTJS4ENX fails to cure 'av case pf Itch' tg
10 Bleeding or Protrudii sr Piles in6(o 14d.-,
S fifs ao-i'tcMon eve Sase and 1 esL "
I ALL OUR '
There Is Hardly A Womsn
Who Does Not Rely Upon
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
j Princeton, 111. "I had inflammation,
: hard headaches in the back of my neck
and a weakness all
caused by female
trouble, and I took;
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound with such ex
cellent results that I
am now feeling fine.
I recommend the
Compound and praise
it to all. I shall be,
glad to have yon
publish my letter.'
There is scarcely a neighbor around me
who does not use your medicine. "Mrs,
J. F. Johnson, R. No. 4, Box 30, Prince
Experience of a Nurse.
Poland,N.Y. "In my experience as a
nurse I certainly think Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound is a great
medicine. I wish all women with fe
male troubles would take it. I took it
when passing through the Change of
Life with great results and I always re
commend the Compound to all my pa
tients if 1 know of their condition in
time. I will gladly do all I can to help
others to know of this great medicine."
Mrs. Horace Newman, Poland, Her
kimer Co., N. Y.
If you are ill do not drag along until
an operation is necessary, but at once
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
If you want special advice write
Iiy&a E. Pinkham Medicine Co
(confidential) Lynn, Mass.
When purchasing silver- j -
ware remember that in i -
silver plate no name stands
for higher quality or greater
durability than the re-, '
nowned trade mark
1847 ROGERS BROS.
Ask your dealer to show
you the various exquisite
patterns in which the
"Silver Plate That Wears"
can be had. The wide lati
tude for choice in knives,
forks, spoons and fancy
serving pieces assures satis
faction to every taste.
Sold by leading dealers
everywhere. Send for cata
logue rtC-L," showing all
MER1DEN BRITANNIA CO.
(International Silrer Co., 8nceMorO '
the right and ouly a loot or so St.,' Salisbury,
fr i m tha rnrh orhila tha reafe n I I a Inl
th krat orQ tn Mr Hnrfa - - rtnt of ,Har SldlUg. At 11 O dock thlS mom
Mr. Alexauder took an anneal aud T find Doan'e Kidney Pills are ing Df- J- 0. Seegers, of enoampment
AVERY 8-16, THREE PLOW OUTFIT.
dimply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs, Birber had. Foster-Mil
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar Honey which burn Co,, Props Buffalo, N. Y.
The Next Best Thing to the Piae For
est for Cold is
goes to the very root of ccld trou
bles. It clears the throat and
gives relief from that clogged aud
staffed feeling. The pines have
been the friend of man in driving
away colds. Moreover, the pine
honey qualities are peculiarly ef
fective 10 fighting children's colds.
Remember that a cold broken at
the start greatly removes tbe
possibility of complications, 25c.
ioes conducted by Mrs M. O.J.
Krens. of Columbia. The differ
ent officers made their reports
Mrs. Patterson told of the progress
of tha year in the home and for
eign fields. Other reports were
made by tbe treasurer, Mrs A. W
Wiuecoff . tiausbnrv : mission
etndv. Mrs. B. A. Shenk, Win
Master uewey wnneim is aeaa fc g , thanks offering. Mrs
as a result of injuries received last U Liuu. Rookwell: vouna oeo
Wednesdsy atternoon wnen ne was ild,g BecreUryt Miss 0. Oline,
Concord; children's secretary,
Mrs, V Y, Boer, Lexington;
The oeremonies incident to the
lifting of the flag were very beau
tiful and impressive.
Dewey Wlelni Dies From At-
Ths Mdxlcm Border Trouble.
Wahsington, Sept. 5. All Un
ited States troops on the Mexican
9truok by au automobile driven by
I. S. Brown, a liveryman of Spen
oer. Tbe accident happened in
front of Wilhelm's home at the
Slisbnrv-SDenoer dividing line
Th scalping psrty of the Mill- ftnd u ig gad tQ hate been an
border were uuder orders tonight pi0 wine demonstration on Mocksville Road, beyond the Western
i. i i : i i I
u uv iu iuiuwHB 6j meet any , -, -. . ri j
emergency. War Department Railroad and opposite road to Fair (rounds.
official, laid extraordinary vigi. -m, - A 4 A
Don't r.liss it.
Seals Picnic SatirJay.
bridge section will hold their pic
nics Saturday evening, September
11th, when the scalps will bp
counted and premiums awarded.
The Dicnio will be held at thp
Western Slope Ranch Ball Park,
near Ed. Davie',-in the Lingle
school neighborhood. There will
be tTO games of base ball played
on the grounds. The public is
cordially invited to attend and
avoidable. The machine was go.
ing at a modern rate of speed and, QyQQd q( Nofh Carolina elected
it is said, Mr. Brown, fearing some cffi(erB for the en8aing year this
of the boys standing ny tne roau- afternoou fallows: . President,
side, Wil.helm being in tbe crown,
would try to run across in front
of the machine, oalled to them
net to do so. As the machine
lance had been ordered as a result
of repeated raids in Amerioan
territory bv Mexican bricranrin and
Miss- Gillian MiUer soldiers, and renewed reports of
preparation for an organized in-
vasion trom acrrobs the Rio
Grande in the States of Coahuila
and Nue0 Leon.
ATlong as the raiders continue
to appear ouly ip small bands, it
Wilmington, Sept 8. The
Woman's Home and Foreign Mis
iouarv Society of the Lotheran
FARM POWER CO., Salisbury, N. C.
r nnimn iirr it
oame near vounff Wilhelm. who
was standing by the roadside with
one fcot on a bicycle pedal turned
Miss Constauee Chne, of Concord ;
third vice president, Mrs. I. H. O
Fisher, of Mount Pleasant; re
cording secretary, Mrs. E. A.
Hhenk, oc WinBtcn-baiem; cor
responding secretary, Mrs George
F. MoAHister, of Mount Pleasant:
is understood none of them wil. be
followed iuto their own territory.
bat officials indicated toLight that
the Amerioan commanders would
net faesitat9 to pursue the enemy
until they were completely routed
shculd anything resembling" an
organized invasion of the United
Ji A STJUS3AR0
For over forty years it
has been used as A TONIC
AND STOMACH REM-'
EDY. Peruna aids the ap
petite and gives new,, life to
. . ' i i i jt a. : i l
tne wneei ioobb auu turuiug .uuub . w vVinAnol? L, 07 . . . ,
r am -fall that the machine "Z 7..' . atatos no encouuserea.
.7 . i L: tt: P Silisbury, young people's sec-1 persisteut reports that some of
rf tary aud treasurer, Miss Laura
Efirl, of China Grove; children's
struok him in che chin. His jaw
bones and collarbone ware broken
nA ha war otherwise minred
uu " " I . J . II- tTTM
'Ph. Wn- r-nHered him nnoonaoi- 8uc"Bry QO treasurer, miss wil-
ous and although medical aid was
helmina Rook, of Charlotte.
secured at once and he was rushed '
to the sanatorium be aever re
trained consciousnwf and died
Sunday mornitfg at 0 :80.
. l : :j l-:
tne Kiextoau raiuers siain wore
Carrausa uniforms have reached
officials here. Rumors have oome
too, that, there is a concerted
i f i i
move uy uuinuii itsaaers in
Neuvo Leon and Coahuiia to
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly arouse Mexican sentiment against
The oid standard sneni strengthening tonic, tne ran-Amerioan movement for
Maiariaj-nriehe. the hw. hiid. on Vt. re-establishment of constitutional
A true Tonic. For adalts, and children, fiOc I Government 4Q tue Republic.
YOU carit exject a crop of mone at the end
of your earnin? season if You jdorft plants
lew douaw mine JDarurt nww.
IFE i5 iuit a matter of farminf of findincC
h feriae soil inaood fieU cTtrcaJdnj Jjound
ani Wui patieni. Tke JiaWestinJ corner last
tiie main Work mart Le done VJule w least
result are 5lov7in.,,- 'arksA Kaufman.
WE PAYI4PER CENT.
ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AND
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Salisbuy, N. C.