11 1 1
' m m m
of interest to
ALL -iiF' PUR READERS.
The council of Onion
Church having tclled Rev.
P K. Pless, now rasteratjSt.
John's Cabarrus County7are.
expecting bira to accept.
Kerr Foster is 'opening
stock of groceries and geuer
at merchandise in his store
room at 722 West Innes
The Wachovia Bank and
Trust Co., having couducted
a hay making contest for
several years, in which some
Kowau farmers have partici
pated, has decided to offer a
similar prizes, amounting to
$25, for the coming year of
1917. For particulars call at
th. bank or write.
Chas. L. Shaver, a capable
young man of Salisbury, like
numbers of our citizens has
taken his family and gone to
Danville, Va , to live. He
has employment with the
Southern Railway there. A
town that allows such young
men to seek employment else
where will never crow much
ani dose n't deserve to.
W. W. Miller, who has
baen in the west for several
months, has returned home
Mr. Miller i. a good business
man and his mauy friejids
here will be glad to know
that he his decided to re
open aud continue business
at his old staud.
The friends of Rev-. Do
gald Monroe, pastor of the
Presbyterian Church at
Woodleaf, will regret t o
learn that, owing to ill
health, he has given up his
work and. gone to Red
Springs, where he hopes to
regain his health.
There was a meeting oi
the Board of Alderman last
Thursday night when plans
for lighting the newly added
territory were about com
pleted. There are to be 100
new lights of 100 watt power
to cost the city $18 per year
each. The contract is for
about ten years and will ex
pile with the piesent one
with the N. C. Public Service
The Salisbury Council,
United Commercial Travel
er's will hold their annual
banquet Friday evening, No
vember 19th, at the Yadkin
Hotel. F. S. Patterson will
be master of ceremonies and
W A Self of Hick ry, will
be the principal speaker.
Professor P. E. Wright,
who has been conducting a
private school at Landis. has
discoutinuel same owing to
a return of his old nervous
trouble. Prof. Wright has
many friends thr:ughout this
section of the State who will
regret to learn of his indis
position and hope that he
may be fully restored to
health at an early day
W. 0. Lisk, now serving
your Uncle Samuel in the
revenue service, was in Sal
isbury Monday. He was
confering with Deputy Mar
shal Jas. H. McKenzie.
Pleasant Wise, one of the
few remaining member.- of
Company B, 46th. N. C. State
troops, retnr ed Saturday
evening after having spent
several weeks in the west
visiting the Panama exposi
tion in San Francisco, Cal.
Friday morning a freight
train ran into a car load of
horses at High Point belong
ing to the Hagenbeck-Wallace
circus and killed two.
J. L Boyd of Raleigh, as
sistant superintendent of the
Virginia Life Insurance Co.,
has been named to take
charge of the Salisbury
aucn o i this company,
hich he did Monday He
ucceedt the iate J S. Camp
A. Parker, one of Salis-
ury's substantial citizens, a
resident of East Innes Street.
lias contributed a flag to the
new .Innes street school.
The pupils are very apprecia
tive of this gift aud Jr. O. U.
WlizM' Council No. 26. and
the i P. O. S. of A. passed res-
Wlutioiis tor the rjatriotirt
lisp.: r ..
wccaever you weed aeuersl T
TjS&OliL Standard Grove's TasMfc-ri
bill' Tonic is equally valuafcl s efjf ,
ieifciai Tonic because it contain;. -,M.
y-1 ell known tonic properties of QU IN. ''
-C8Q XRJDN . it acts on tne laver , Ur. r?
rat M ilaria, Enriches the Blood vs-.
i2c!s a$ the Whole System. 50 ce& t.
; Bill Davis, a young white
man who was arrested in
1 oncord last Thursday was
brought hen and given a
heari u g in the cou. t Satur
day for beating a board Bill
and stealing a coat, was found
guilty and given three inbntbe
on the road.
Saleeby-is going to have
one dtthq big candy sell
Der lyjf.-- He always has
enough i& sweet stuff to o
arouud so it is up to y6u to get
your share. Now is the time
to set your girl up at a re
duced price. Attention's
called to his advertisement
in this paper.
Governor' Locke Craig and
J. S. Vann of Raleigh, passed
through Salisbury Suuday
afternoon. The Governor
had been to Rutherfordton
where he made an address on
th i subject of good roads.
As John Beck, Edward
Wilson and two others who
were traveling at a high rate
of speed in an automobile,
between Spencer and the
Yadkin river, the machine
turned over and it is said
both of Beck's arms weie
broken and Wilson was
knocked unconscious and re
mained so forrieveral hours.
Capt. W. S. Blackmer, First
Lieut. W. L. Ross, Second
Lieut. W. H. Marsh and Pri
vate Hodgin of the 4th Co
C. A . C. of Salisbury, went
to Greensboro, Monday to be
examiued as Jfco their fitness
Mrs. Albert West, a Salis
bury contestant, won the
1 irge Overland automobile
given away by the Chero
Cola Company. We under
stand that beside the work
necessary Mrs, WeBt spent
about $200 to win the prke,
which is valued at $800.
Hilbert Trexler, son of J.
C. Trexler, was kicked in the
face by a horse Monday af
ternoon. He was painfully
injured and somewhat dis4
fo Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
rake the Old Standard GROVE'S
r AST EI ESS chill TONICYou know
what you are taking, as the formula is
ted on every label, snowine it is
sine and Iron in a tasteless form.
e Quinine drives out malaria, the
up the system. SO cents
Oorham Read! for State Fanners' UbIod.
Durham, Nov. 8. The exe
cutive committee of the North
Carolina Farmer's Union,
which will hold a three-day!
convention here next week,
met in Durham this afternoon
and completed the arrange
meats for th'8 annual session
The Academy of Music will
be used for the opening ad
dresses, and the dining room
of the Lochmoor Hotel will
be used for most of the other
meetings and addresses.
The program that has been
worked out is an interesting
a 1 a a WX
one, wuicn will oring Dur
ham some of the leaders
in the worK for farmers from
other sections of the country,
congressmen and other pub
lic officials have agreed to
make speeches at this meet
ing. The opening session will
be held Tuesday, November
16. The convention wilKbe
brought to a close by. a visit
to Chapel Hill. Automo
biles will be provided for all
deleg'teswho wish to make
the trip It bad been intend
ed that the trip should be
made in the afternoon, but
the University authorities
have asked the privilege of
having the farmers for din-
m 1 1
uer me program win De so
arranged that this will be
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Wont Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how lone standing,
are cared by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Fain and Heals at the same time. - 25c, 50c. $1JOO
Washington, Nov. .8. Esti
mates of production of the princi
pal crops were announced by the
Department of Agriculture, as fol
(To thonsuids, i. e. 000'f .omit
OjrrS 8.090 509 buckwheat 16.
853; potatoei 85Sn250 sweet po
tatoes 63,650 ; tobsreoo 1,050,025 ;
flaxseed 18.446; pears It, 216; tu
sugar beets 6, 158
other details of the crops are:
Com; stocks on farms N ven -ber
1, .96,009,000. Weight the
-Wheat 57 9; oats 88.0; barley
474. Acre yield: Corn 28 8;
buUwVat 20 4; potatoes 90 8;
flaxseed 9 8; sugar beets 10 a.
Atjeorge Devrix, a lestfts whitt
mau about 88 years old, who sold
pencils oa the street f.r u living
and bt arded afr the Terminal Ho
tel, died in his room these Thurs
day bight, it is said from the ef
fects of an over dose of pareg utc.
He had len ill fur veral dnys
ahd was eflectid ,th heart d 1
ease. Efforts t eve been made to
iv commnuioatiun vnh his pe
pte', in tli .meantime bis remain
wijl be stored at WjigbVs ui.dor
A FAIR WARNIN6
Oae That Shouid b : Hoeatd bi Salisbury
'FreqaeiitU the fir, sigu of kid
jrtV 'truuble is a slight uh- or
pa n iu the joins Negitct oi this
waruii g makes the way easy t r
moie serious troubles, droitjr,
gravel, Bright's disease. Ti8
well f pay attention to the first
sign. Weak kidneys generally
grow weaker and delay is oitn
daugerooB. Residents of this
oommuuity place reliauoe i n
Ooau's Kidney Pills, i bis tested
remedy has l.een used in kidne)
trouble over 50 yetrs, is recom
mended all over the civilix d
world Rad the f blowing Salis
bary prcoi of tbeir merit
Mrs J, L. Hunter 122 N Elln
St., Salisbury, says: ".Several
fears ag) my kidneys caused me a
lot, of annoyance My baok ached
and I felt so weak that I oould
hardly get about. In the morn
ing I culdu't g"t out of bed.
The Erst box of Doan's K dney
Pills did me good aud after tab
ing several boxes, my back felt
as strong as tver aud my; kidneys
Price 50c. at airdealer-. Dou't
limply ask for a kidney remedv,
gat Dqau's Kidney Pills, the same
that Mrs Hunter bad. Foster
Milburn Oo., Pros., Baffalo, N Y.
Shot To Oeath by Sod.
Belmont, Nov. 8. While
put hunting late Saturday
afternoon R. L. Hamilton, a
mill operative of this plac,
was ' accidentally shot and
filled by his son, John The
tragedy occurred about two
miles north of here in the
woods above Belmont Abbey
College. Hamilton and his
son were walking along to
gether when a rabbit jumped
up near them. Wheeling to
take a shot, the son ju his
haste and over-anxiety pulN
ed the trigger too soon, the
whole load piercing his fath
. Heirushed for aid from the
neighbors, but his father was
dead when he returned to the
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The Change of Life.
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itoiir tetter 'vriU be opened rea
I IV1ARRIACES J
1 h'; m.iC. iax rr Mms Alice'lk,
by aud Duvid L'-se Ftepferaabn,'
took place at the home cf the ' f
Sciating magistrate, F. M. Tanb,
808 S. Jnckson Street Saturday
The inarriag cf Mrs. Jeaiiie
Mi.ohfll Ssoddard aud W. W.
Miller, of Sahsiury, is reported
to have taken place ai Los Auge
es, Cal,, August 14 b.
There was a marriage at Wood
l.euf guuday evening, takiug place
at the Prt-Bl yterian parsonage.
The O'jutraotii.g parties being
Miss Ijames of Mooksvtlle and
Mr. Wcod of Salisbury. Rev. J
L B.wers officiated .
There waB a beautiful kme
marriage at the heme of the
uride's mother, Mrs William A.
Juliau last tveniug, when her
daughter, Miss Josie, and Park'
Eerett Thompson were united by
the officiating minister. Rev John
W. Moore. Soon after the oen
mony the ocuple left for Norfolk
and other points and will stop at
Washington, D. O , where they
will make thair home. Mr.
Ibompiou works ai baggageman
on the Southern Railway and M.se
Julian has b en keeping books for
H. C. Trott.
1 he EleciioDS of Nov. 2nd.
The Dam )crats claim to be sat
isfied with the results of the re
chi I election and sent out the f ol
.own.g teport of the sitaaticn:
There were three State eleo ion
reru'ts ytstorday where Governors
verechcaeu. Tne Democrats eloo
eed their State tiokot iu two' of
these three Stales. While they
10 the Governorship in" Matia
ohusetts, a huretofir strong Re
pub.ican .Stat, ihey elected a
Democrat to replaoe the presei t
Republican Governor iu Maiy
land. In Kentucky the Dem
it&ta elected their candidate for
Governor, A. O Stauley, whos
. tr C t 1 0 i) W ti 8 J pposed by a Lumber
jf Kepub ijttii Hpnli oinder of u
iu! a it pa atuu iuciudi..g loruu.
Vut -?iesid ait Faiibjuka. Tn
du v,Ci r tea lii tw cf these close
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h'.i a katln r,ce made bv the pafty
- der 1.1 the uther is oih ygJatl
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for gl! t h 9 sanies hav I t-en
in rh- K.-pu;)licsu f.ld dori g ihe
lar- few v-ar.
The re4aUs viMrav r. 'u'i
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Mrs. T. Freeh. R. R. 1. Hickory
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hope of being cured. I was Induced to try-Peruna, and to my g)rAt
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THE BEST WATERPROOF SHOE
on the Market.
Sold and Guaranteed by
BRIT IAIN AND CAMPBELL,
Salisbury, N. C.
the highest ideals in
spoons, forks, and fancy
renowned trade mark
1847 ROGERS BROS.
There are various makes of silverplated tableware
which are claimed to be "just, as good," but, like all
imitations, they lack the beauty and wearing quality
identified with the original and genuine "1847 ROGERS BROS'
ware popularly knownas "SilperTlatethot Wears
Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for
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HERIDEN BRITANNIA C0,R"5""Meriden,C(Ka.
or Prompt Prlntiog cu t the Real
!ra!i8l)nry Printing Oflic, 120
Wett Innes St , up utaitf. 1
We have aud will keep on
hand a full line of all kinda
of Clovers and grass seed.
We are selling agents for
the Amrfricau Uhi n epiri -
Farmers' Seed House,
119 East Fislier Street,
7 2Ut Salisbury, N. G.
Sale oi Valuable Real Estate.
Pursuant to the provisions contained
in a Mortgage Trust Deed executed by
Will Wood and wife, of Cleveland.
North Carolina, to John J. Ptewart,
Truitee and Mortgagee, on November
l, iv6, and recorded in Book of mort
gages No. 50, page 149, to secure an
indebtedness provided therein, de
fault having been made in the pay
ment of said indebtedness, and the
said John J. Stewart h iVing dieJ, and
the nndersigned having dnly qualified
is his -dmuiistiat-r, the undersigned,
.its .miininisiraior, win expose ior sue
at public auction for csh at the court
houe door in Salisbury, N. O , on
Saturday, N )Vember 13th 1915,
at the hour of twelve M., the follow
ing deserib d real estate:
Beginning at a stake, . Anleraon
Irvin's corner; thence south 88J deg
west 2 05 cnains to a stake; thence
south 12 deg. west 3.16 chains to a
sakp, corner grave yard ; thence south
23 deg west 6 60 chains to a stake;
thence south 91 deg. east 1.97 chains
to the stake; thence north 18 deg.
ea8t(9.35 chains to the beginning con
taining one and ninety-one hundredths
(LSI) acres, more or leas
For back, title see Book of Deeds
No- 130, page 2S9.
This the 7th day of October, 18t5,
. John l. Kbndleman,
Administrator of John J. Setwart.de-
use Peru n a
Point Tenii. Writes: Turn hannv
catarrh. Having been' afflicted wtth'a
plated ware are assured in
serving pieces bearing the
He carries a full line of High
(irade Groceries at
very low prices.
Buysj'all kinds of Produce,
Chickens, Eggs, Bacon, and
vegetables. See him
Headquarters for Watkins
'Phone 57. '
119.W; Ihuiss St.
KOfiCE TO HOil-RESIDEHT.
North Caiolina, ) In the Superior court
Rowan County. V No; einoer term 1915
Notice of summons etc
To Isaiah Th mas, take notice:
That plaintiff has commenced the
above entHled ati u in the Suje-ior
court of Krowan county against, you for
the purpose of being divorced ft ni the
bonds ot matrimon upjn the ernunds
of infidelity, ani that you are hereby
notifi d to appear at November term,
1915 Rowan superior ecurt, it being
the llth Monday after the l.-t Monday
in Septmber. 1915, court beginning
on Nuv-mber 22 1915. and answer or
demur to the complaint of nlaintiff
which has been tiled or the relief
therein demanded will be granted.
This OUobei 9, 1915
- J F. MoCCBBIHg.
clejrkauBerior coartK'.'vaB count j .
SjtDrtij .tfci llth dif of December 1915,
the following property for town
taxea and costs:
r4.; Gflntt, 2 lotf, 1918, $4.29
" ; Ji Misenheimer 1 lot, 1918, J. 91
O J Misenheimer 1 Jot, 1914 1,69
O M. Redwine. 1 lot, 1914, 1.87
Bv order of the Board of Alder-
men. ' .- -
P. O jHolbhouber,
Town Tax Collector.
The Uoderiigoed hai jastopen
d a first-oIaiB Harriets shop at
Gold Hill, and are prepared to do
a 1 kinds of repair work in the
nst manner. We also carry a
fall line of Harness, Horse Goods
vmpa, etc i our patronage is so
nited. Prices reasonable.
GOLD HILL HARNESS CO.,
Gold Hill, N. 0. iAtf
, Kotice To Creditors.
Having qualified as admioistrator of
e estate of J. B. Wallace, deo'd,this
to notify ail persons having claims
;ainst the said decedent to file aa
einized, verified statement of same
v th the undersigned on or befote the
6th day of October 1916, or this notice
ill be plead in bar of their recovery .
'ersons indebted to' said estate are
otifled to make prompt settlement
This October 15 , 1915.
A. A. Wallaob
Th o. F. Kluttz Attorney,
Farms fop Salo
1. 100 acres of good farming
iud. seven miles from Salisbury.
ood dwelliuge, g cd pasture,
ell watered, two wells, plenty
r t:mb8: a d red soil. W" ill sell
-ii a whole or iu part. Oac th:rd
3iih balance on long timf. "Far
t'a-.hrtr, mfruiationucall on ate
Wm. IJ. Stkwart
Fa I IFBPBT, N, C.
r:r$a!e 1 two-bcrse power Mo
Vi ker gasoliuf engine. Apply
lo D. () OlTmaL, China Grove, NO.
JOHN R. BROWN,
Kilting (rla8ses a Specialty
Rsl ef r.r no Pay,
Eiam-nanon Without Drugs or Drops.
China Orove, N. C.b2-1
Will cure Rheumatism, Neu
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Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old
Sores, Tetter, Ring-Wonn,-Ec-zema,
etc. Antiseptic Anodyne
used lateniailyoresterually. 25c
f ecples' National Bank
Does General Banking Business
WE PAY FOUR PER CENT on time de
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Prompt att9nion given to any busi
ness entrusted to us.
Your business solicited.
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John 8. Henderson, J. D. Norwood,
0. L. Gaskill, W. T. Busby,
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Farms and CiLy Proptjrty,
Plots, Deeds. Ma utc,
li. F. 1). No 6,
SALISBURY, N. C,
The town of Fafthtii