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SALISBURY, IT, &, B3DIBLT.. DEC SJIBfiR lSt 191&
VOL. XI. NO. 50 F0FBTH SERIES
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0T8SS H grge&CS GR4ig AfltSSiBuniB
WrsiR. Engineer Taakerslf and Fireroin.
Charging ihr'ee railroad mn
ith tiaffliffmio in oonueotiou with-l
he wrck, tbe jury of Coroner
T. W. Sammeriett lUTeitigatiug
tOe death of H 0 Sf-vers and 0.
1C. Hall of Char.otie, who were
kill4 whn Suuthvm train No.
J8 iftraok tbe rear Pollman ofhe
.football tp-ciftl 'jii the Iccsi van"
'Uiwiuotday rigbt, late tiaturday
Mlirnoon returned tbe followiup
:tha C. Hall and II. 0.
Satn Mine Ij their death bj.be
1cilld m a wreok .oi,.he
8iftarifRaiiway in the Salis
bury yarl t u November 24, 191f,
oa teooud No. 82
MFirst, that Clyde Wilsr, a
fliKffltu, was grosaiy 1 egligeut in
iailure 1 to display tn- proper sig
Irls to jrotrtJt his iriu t9cond
Ho. 82, agaii as tr.i.. No. 88.
'Sooiid, tnat A. faukersiy, u.
giueer oil tram N . 88. was uegli
gisiut in disregarding siguaU
block aud uot bnugiug bis trai
fia.der cautroi a p c rul-8 of thi
third, tna; Aithnr Kelly, fire
man, was guilty of ooutribaton
ntgltgeuo m failing to otsirv
and notify tb eiiin-? r,of t tie dis
played signals on rar of train
eoVud Na. 82 "
Wlih aa attendance of promi
nent railway official and a lare
erowd cf intrsted spectator! , the
ooroner bagau the inrestigatiot
Baiurday moruiug at 11 o'olock
A along the railroad mu present
wera tiupt. H L. Huugerfold and
AD Shelto 1 of the CharloUH
and Dau i i? divisions, Supt of
Termuit s'K L A?erv, Eleotrtcal
15Jinr V . J, Kok, Q. E. Eilia,
iinT'tVO;, O. Oaah au4 A,
flu aawief, tnjctors of tha5In-i
tbtattigation at Spencer, were al
Coroner SummerseU's jary 0 m
aitted f W. S. Biaokmor, rea
atate dealer; H. A. Router, au
tomobile dealer ; J H, Ramsay.
X-postnusfcer ; 0, M HeLderlite.
st coal dealer who for many years
was a track official for the Sonth
tfft Bjtilway; Frank R. Brown, a
basinessmari and W. F 6mdrr,
Oisbier of tbe Wachovia Bank' &
Toe inquest was held in the Su
perior Court room of tbe county
court house. Solicitor Hayden
Clement, who represented the
State, explained at the outset
that this was a voluntary inquest
and that aay one oould refuse to
answer any question asked or re
late to tetiify at all.
The first witness was E. R, Rec
tor, train dispatcher of the Char
lotte division, who testified as to
the time trains moved between
Charlotte and Salisbury the
of the wreck.
u. O. Otteubare. sieual and Blec
trical maiutaiuer .of heQhar-
lott division, testified that be
le weekly and daily ins pec-
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na of briocK signals; tnatpn ins
day of the wreok the signal post
vqder diicustiou was all right and
ba signal arms in correct position
when he arrived just after the
wreok. There are two signal arms
OO this, particular pest and they
were set: the red above aud tbe
re& below, indicating obstructed
track and the main liue switch
pea leading ta the passenger
tation; the engineer seeing this
should proofed cautiously Ss un
der obstructed block. The signal
Wa 608 feet from the wreok.
W. L- King, trainmaster of the
Charlotte division, o rroborited
Ottetiburg as to what the siguais
oMantinv this particular instance .
The roles require the engineer to
tot able io itop within his viiiou
j, King read rules governing this
: point. V Second No. 32 was on
atraij(t)t track just north of
tirf of three and one-half de
greet. Going around that carye
: at&tft cdSlld stop while maaius
1 Ut or fit miles an h.ur. A
tligQab is ff quired to g baok . at
ll irregular stops one-half mile
jvaXZ first torpedo and still tax-
f thia case the flaitmsn wai
qa;red to go back.
H) Mid thafe oiyde Wilaon, flag-
! "" v AM 1 a 1
mao ou teooud no oz naa ueen
extmiaed twioa in five years ai to
rule., the last time between the
M-,h and 20th of this month. A
flagman must go baok regardless
of eleotno signals
Engineer "Bud" Smith, who
runs N 2s. 29 and 80. said that he
could come ai ouud that' curve at
eight or ten miles an hour and
stop. A flagmau should go back
without watting for instructions.
Conductor Tucker of Nb 88
said the crash came, at 9:86. He
heard the station blonen two
short blasts answering ; signals fol
lowed mmediately by the colli
sion . V
Saperintendiat of Terminals
Avery in wns jurisdiction the
accident h ppeued, said first No.
32 was at the station, aeoond No.
32 had stopped south of the sta
tion at 9:80 and had been there
ixut itTru minutes The wreok
wis bM feet from ns signal
block. By being under control at
tuts point was meaut that an en
g ne should be going at six or sev
en miles, dependiug on the weight
of the train.
Tw) bcyp, Murray Lt. ker and
Clareuce Peelr standing on a
uarhy bridge saw" the crash and
lso saw they said, a flagman
ear the rear of seoond No 82
Conductor Laird of second No.
82 said his train stepped at 9:29
or 9:80 just south of the cross
over switoh and. had beau stand
ing there six or seven minutes.
His fligman was 800 rr 400 feet
from the rear of the train when
the crash oame, thecondaotor wss
standing just opposite his. rear
car. He had one to tbe rear and
found that the fligman had not
gone back,h:taatifif4. xand. tod
him to go and the It Wr had t
started when No. 83 oame n view
at a rate 01 tpeeu wnion Liaira es
timates at 25 or 80 milet and had I
slowed down to 18 when it bit the
He testified to the dsath of
Messrs. Hall and severs at a re
sult of the collision. His train
was tuny equipped, ne aiateo,
with torpedoet and lanterns, and
m am V I
the flagman oould have gone to I
safe position ou the straight
track, if he had gene at once ai d
not waited till the oonductor tent
In ConduotorLurd's opinion,
hsd tbe flagman gone baok aud
given regular signals, or had the
engineer of No, 33 proceeded w.th
his train uuder control, either
would have prevented the wreck,
3. C. James, engineer of the
special, said the top signal show
, . ' , . , K ft ,
ed red and the lower green wheit
he passed . He had bit train un
der control and stopped on a sig
aal f roin the passenger ttation be
fore entering the
'I did u-t signal the flagman
back as was my duty, I knew I
was to meet 85sawtht train's
headlight. I blewor signals
knowing I was to come on in a
few moments. As I reaohed for
the whistle-oord to blow out the
flagman I got the signal to come
on ahead at d just then th9 crash
came at the rearEngnieer
James tostinea . nepaito saia
that No. 38 was doe at tbe statiou
at 9:40 and tbe wreck occurred at
Q 07 .h.in K ,t -aa Aa.A rt
W v.. Duvniuft in u . w i mm
Flagman Clyde Wilson said h
had been' flagging sinoe 1907
When hit traiu stopped he was on
tbe front end of the sleeper and
looked out to see why the atop
was made. He had been in the
day ooaohes on order from th
o uductor to help with passengers
He bad passed to the rear aud get
t) the ground when Conductor
Laird os me baok and told him to
ea flag "He said 88 was not d-e
yet, but just then saw rays frcm
its headlight. He was then try
ing to open his signal case, but
j imped down with a lantern and
r,v towards 88 He did not con
lider this aa unutual stop, but
one when orders from loca' switch
men were awaited No. S3 waa
running SO oi 85 milet an hour
for second torpedoes.
when it passed him. RnUa re
qoired that he shou'd have been
ou the rear, but tha conductor's
orders t heip passengers put him
in the day coaches. As fligman
ha never waits for an engineer to
blow him out and was not expect
ing such signal at this time
Engineer Tankersly of No. 88
stated that he left Charlotte at
8:82, passsd Cbrti a Grove at 9 :24,
one minnte late. As soon as he
oould get light after the crash he
t.w it was 9 88. There is a down
grader for two miles and his 'at
of speid before feeing the signal
light was 49 m Uai an hour, this
was reduced to 15 when passing
the siguais and to eight or ten
when he saw tbe rear of the spec
ial train, at out 50 feet ahead- ,
"I oould not stop in lepgth of
vision tt that time," he said,
"but bad ample time to step at
the cross-over where expected to
get the signal. I saw the flagmsu
at the same time I taw the rear of
Asked what caused the wreok
Tankersly replied that in his
judgment it was due to ''improper
flagging." . A fusee on the rear of
the train would have been s effi
cient This was -the first time he
e?er caught a train without a flag
out. The signals at this blcck always-show
the same, red above
green giving him right-of-way to
the passenger statiou track and
there was nothing to indicate that
there was a train on the track.
He had never seen a tram in that
place. The green signal gave him
tbe right to tbe passenger track.
If only red had been showing, be
would have stopped. He did net
know until this wreok that tbe
red and green gave him only quali
fied rights. If cross-over Bwitch
had not been shewn, both lights
would have shown red, no train
on the traok the lights wou 'd h.T& 1
been the same ei thsy were
jja said sne tram was running six
or eisht milee aa hour when tbe
crash oame. He and tbe engineer
saw the train ahead, at the same
Virgil Perry, a negro, standing
on the uouDie-tracK a nous zu
. A . 1
yafds irom tue rear 01 toe special,
said the flagman was between bim
and the special when the collision
H. A. Parker, commercial agent
of the Southern Railway, wgs on
the rear platform He saw tho
flagman standing .on the ground
I and heard the oonductor order
I him to go baok. He Cf old then
Lee the headlights r Action 01
No. 38. He thought 38 was run-
mug at 15 miles an hour when it
hit the special.
upk8t T " lou"1.lwu
tid. that this was an unusual stop
Aud hiBrbulletin referred to b-
Flagman Wilson ooutrolled only
the orosg-over switoh.
The jury tjok the case and re
tired at 1:01 p. m.
Monday morning ''Solicitor Hay
dsn Clement had bills of indict
ment drawn for Engineer A.
Tankersly and his Nogro fireman,
Arthur Elly. and 01 de H Wil
son. flagman on the special. They
were charged with manslaughter
and the presentations, ware made
t the grand jury which brought
in true bills as charged.
I War Upon Pain!
fe Paia i ft villior 0 every home
ftnd usually it comes quite uuex-
peotedi. But you ar prepared
icr every emergeuoy i yuu Keep a
Small UOb&l Ol O.UHU ijlUimUUlr
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killer ever dissovared. Simply
laid 6u the skin no rubbing re
quired it drives the pain away.
1b is really woudertui
Mavin H. Soiser, Berkeley,
Cal., writes: "Last Saturday,
after tramping around tbe "Paau
ma Exposition with wt feet, 1
j oa me home with my neok so stiff
that I oouldn t turn. I applied
Sloan s Liniment freely and went
to bed. lo my surprise, nx'
morning tne stituess nad almost
rlinnniiarxH f.inr htnra cflAr t.h '
second application I was as good
1915. At Druggists.
Our Letterheads can t b mituned u
price,-quality or workmanship
The real Salisbury Printing 08k
West Innes Street, up stairs
Ditto billheadi, note beads, state
oentt, nveiopet, eto.
Hws Concert ltd for who Waat 0
Know Abaot Hnmi Affairs.
The Dixvs Gl .v!f Manufactur
ing Company of Colnelly Springs
ha started its miojimery for the
first time This . ompany was
formed hy the consolidation of
the Hayueai Glove Company with
gentlemen of looal ci'pitaband is
nudar the management of P C
,Hvuear and J. U. L'-d'oetter. A
n w bnildiDg be s 'been built ou
halfway ground betweeu 'Ccnnol-j
dprinsts, and Rutherford College
Vork glD?8B will be manufactured.
Word cooies frj
the new South-iru
men b will oomuj
Catawba river iut"
Sunday, one of th
itig reidy for the generation and
transmission of power. The work
ii being rapidly pushed and in a
short time all the generatorsill
hi at work. Claud Buabgardner
of Newton, who has beeu workiug
at the Oataw a station in South
Carolina, has been transferred to
There was some little excitement
occasioned Sunday morning in a
R cky Mount oafeaud the gubse
quent incidents attsudant wheL
Miss Kathrine Welier, a leading
w mau in the tab oid musioal
m-tdy oompauy, traveling undr
the uame of DWoM't Fun Mak
frrs, emerged from the cafe tuild-
ing with a profusely bleeding
soglp woui.d aud screams for 'p -
ice " Misi Wsller ireported bav
.'it t .
mg beeu BtmcK on toe neap, witn
a plate by Ezworth Matthews, tbe
Qaiaess manager of the company,
(he plate having been shattered
aud giving her a scalp wouid
The wcroau was hastened to a
physician i d stitches were neoet
sary to el se the ouir Accordit g
to ,tb9 information vjMattbewt
truck MissWeller following a
J. sagreement between Mrs. Mat
thews and Miss W 11 -r cn the
point of wbo was the real star of
the show. The two women ex -
changed boated remarks and were
c inched when Matthews brought
tbe. plate into play. The thiee
were placed uudtr bond and the
trial was held later-.
Leaving ber home in the early
m ru ng hours before dawu, Mrs
Carolina WLJ!iam3. of Tarboro,
wife of Henry Williams of that
plac, premediately took ner own
life by drowning herself in Hyatt's
spring ou Stouay Creek, Saturday
meriting. The deceased was 58
years old and has ben known to
suffered fits of melacholia, while
reoaiitly et has declared that sbe
would take her life, giving es her
reasons-taut her ad talced yeats
rendered her incapable of work,
and sinca shi was out of a posi
tion at this time, and winter ap
proaching sbe s ught death to a
life of suffering and privation.
Dave and Hayes Mattbews,
father and son, and Adolph Wett,
all of the Canada section of Jok
son oounty, are held in jail at
Brevard on the charge of distil'
ing, having been arrested On evi
dence fornishtd by Deputy Col
lector Galloway, who was shot
shortly aftr raiding the Btill at
whioh he recognized these men
and one other. The other man
has rot yet been apprehended.
Shortly before being shot from
ambush on Thanksgiving day Mr
Gtlloway raided a still at which
four men ware working. He form
erly lived in that section and re
o gniz td tbe men, tud when be
was brought back to Asbeville,
informed other officers regarding
their identify. No. other charge
stivB that of i'licit distilling haB
bden lodged against the three men.
SanrHn ara.a IroHoH onm .Kmi
; dy in StatesviUe. and the suooesi
of the show was beyond the ex
pectations of the promoters. The
Merchants' and Farmers' Bank
conducted a show which war open
to all corn growers of the oounty
and the Iredell Hardware Com
pa-y, conducted a show for the
Iredell Boys Corn Club. A total
of 93 entries competed f.r the
priseaia the bank, show, an exhib
it of ten earse ng requiredNaa on
ntry, aud iies inIrorn
olub how numbered a r!ai ofr
mere The bank wa jjralty
filled with porn, much oofrrbeibg
displayed for educational and ad-'
vertisi.ngr purposes in addition to
the mpHtive exhibits. Depart
ment -men who visit all : sucl
events declare thetshow to be be
biggest they have seen, excepting
the Atheville corn show last win
ter, t he greatest benefit expected
from the shws ft the BMmulation
of interest in arSVing better com
aud more of it.
G voruor Craig said Tuesday
that while io New York, Saturday
be called at the studio of Mr
rg urn, and inspected t b f
ster caBt for tbe broose Bfcate
of Governor Vanoe, whioh ti:
State is tj set up in the Hall oi
Fame at tbt National Oaptiol anr
was very much pleased to find th
w rk ueering completi u and pi
tirely iatiifaotory Tbe artist
assured the governor that tit
bronze statue wiil ba cast witi. i
a v ry sb rt time aud be retd
for instlUtio at Washiugtt .
about the Uiidd.e if January.
Coughs and Colda are Dangerous
Few of us realize the danger qi
Coughs auu' Culds. We consider
them common and harmless ail
ments. However statistics tell ut
evert third pers ju dies or a iuu
ailment. Dangerous Bronchial
and Lung di?aes follow a neg
lected ooid. As your bed strug
(rina nfifaiuat cold trerms. no bettri
aiH nar. ho hoA than Fir ICino'u 1
-a ' S T
New Disooveiy. Its merit; has
been tested by old aud youugi In I
use ever 40 years tret a Dottle
today. Avoid the nek of serious
Lang ailments. Druggists.
Arch Helms Acquitted.
Albemarle, Nov. 27. After de-
I. berating far several hours the
jurv in;tha Gaaa aitaioaritirial attended
of tLenry auoe, at sunset tniB at-
A Q I - J L 1
r.urnrtnit nan intn nonrE anil run .
V ' l m w w w m vv www, m h v
" B.jMiiuuu num ,uu8g umuuuiu iuicuitor a small engagement in the
juageuarter at opca oroereti tne
Hu,UUci iu. uo wuiUUUj uc
sheriff until he gives a bond in
sue saw i .uw u uu
answer to tne onarge or manuiac-
tunng.aua seinug iatHD
iiqaoi. contrary to iaw. .
Helms was'exceediugly nervous
while awaiting the foreman's
statement as to tne veruiot sua
went immediately and shook
uainia wn,u u ji.u, uu .uuiou
mm ior tne veiaiot wnion
life to him. The case
one well conducted and had
sumed the greatest portion
week . U
un... v. fthn..M ll..rh.mhl.l.i.
,w" -r.T "
Beoauss it he a an established
reputation won by its good works.
B ounse it is most esteemed, bv
those who have used it for many
years, as occasion required, and contended that the question of that tha parliament would con
are best acquainted with its good motives was irref levant, and that tin ue to supply the needs of tha
4u" c . ..
Became It loosens and relieves
r. nrlA oivrl airla nacnfA in raaKnr.
i a kha .vakem to a healthv oonJoausedto be mailed the matter
Booause it does not oontain
opium or any other naroitio.
; Because ft-it jritnin trie reacn
or all. it on ly costs a quarter.
Increase Planned in State-Freight Ra'es.
Washington, Nov. 28 It is re-
norted that tbe railroads plan an
increase iu freight rate in North
Carolina and other South Atlantic
States to comply with fourth seo
tiou. The tariff has not been
fi ed but the matter is under oon-
mL. - l
sition. , -
her fisftrt Hc.ith .j. .fifaarlia4
I owe my gobd health to
Chamberlain's Tabts," writes
Mrs. R. G Neff, Crookstoa, Ohio
"Two years ago I was an invalid
due to stomach trouble. .-took
tnree bottles of these tablets and
have since been in tbe best cf
heahh." Obtainable evervwhere.
Fine FrOStprtOt Mm Ii Pf'M
l.ton Wafied andSubcesnonHir"
tOfO for $1.00 postpaid:; 100 for hfefegf'- I W ou?ht
i -i . v .
l5o postpaid. o ABKt,. uj tb4
Bt With Sfcotme That VYitsoD was
sponsible for Uailingllagazinff. .
- Augnita, Gt 'ftiovi 27 The
Government late today rested its
oase in the 1 rial in Federal oonrt
Thomas E. Watson, of Tbomp
son, Ga. charged with tending
obscene matters through the
mails and that Watson had signed
the circulation statements of the
torse publications mentioned in
rroi . tt ii. r unman, noiaing I
the chair of Latin at Meroer Uni-
versity, Macon, Ga., translated latest official German communi
into English certain parte of the nation ''oar operations agaihtt
ai legetToi fioenoe matter whioh had
been published ln.Latiu. lfl
government appeared to rest itt
case solely on an rffort to prove
hat the articles cot taming allfg
id boue matter went through
he mails, and tfast Watson w
r 8,0LiUiet r their having beec
Mailed lbe iurv. the orosecu-Uhn
i n h ehould determine
uesn-r tne language was oosqece.
1.1. - . i. i . 1
Vttr . ximming Johu W. Barnes,
tormnr lhomsou postmaster, and
J Oj. Wst. nreBeut ThomsoL I
jist master, two postflioe inspec
ars and Processor Pulliam, the
ii v-mment read to the jury and
introduced as evidence the arti
cles mentioned in the intictment
as containing obsoene language .
Watson entered a formal excep
tion to the entry of the articles,
cantending that tha entire maga
I; , ,j
De entered and co
parts of it. He previously bad
ben overruled in an attempt to
force the prosecution to enter tbe
ocmplete magazines. The case
will be resumed Monday.
Marviu Brown-, editor of 'The
Menace,, a magaiiue published
at Aurora, Mo,, and whom it was
reported) soou will be , placed on
counsel. r -c
I m le' 1 m. I
i watinn nrrn sa tAi f hia atAv.
ff fl W VU VT J 11 EB UUILI D OU ID alBDl'
that he oaight try to show that
uib wubtuga uiur buttu buuse
meutioned in the indiotmeuh
were oi -nign ciass nature
UDjection oy the government had
oonramta almost tne entire fore-
i uoou session
xue witness, j, M.Uhe best eradea of wha.tvnr.in
I Barnes former
re ss examination, said he con-
sidered watson s Jiteratnre o the
Arguing ror tne inBroauotion oi
testimony to .show the defend-
ant'a lolly motives in publishing
tha alleged obscene matter, Don
y. . . . . .
I uiarx or savannah. rnemfrM of
vf asBuu a counsel, aeoiareu tuat
to judge env matter by evil words
- . - ' . - ...
contrained in it, as be said the
proseootion sought to do in this
Belf from tho mal18'
nana, wnnlri pxnlnria tha Kihla it.
District Attoruey Donalson
tue tning to oe aeoiaea was
. w had mftiled
I mentioned in the indiotment arid
whether that matter tended; to
oonapt public morals and there
forQ WM obtMn9
Bear This la Mind.
"I consider Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy by fa: the best
medicine in the market for oolds
and croup," says Mrs.
Blotter, L i m a, Ohio . Many
others are or tbe same opinion
Caaill Ij Belt is Badly Hart
W ni i l ,
. D. Bluster, who was hurt
. T J . - . .1
. " 8" .1
uincointou read near tha city,
several days ago, is reported bv
Vfae h6spital people at being
badIv iniared mftn Ife imnoi
11 a. yet .what the Jut-
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vv"-. " . "
ternaiiy out tne pnysioiaus are proourea at tne reopeJ)rug Co.
hopiugthat these injuries are notM'n8yMll?Tfe me tl the first
not extensive. He was cauaht in
..a k j lny nacx didn't ach nd my kid
the belting at the gi a and carried UflVH c.RRt,H ma k. . d ' r
around ou two complete revolu-
w w h w v mm WW A m w mm a M UK I I
hit Jbjak was broken, bat tK" l ia
No?. 28.-The Texitonio mJGSi
have driven almost all tbe Brbftk:&
lamwinn in kWtii MtnMv1 n) 'vf-'.-,r'ft
la portion of tht touthwett and
sonthern aeetiona nf thair Vino-
(dom, whioh with the aid of the
British and French they are bold
ing against the Bulgarians.
AWith the flioht nf t.ho ntnt
-ir-Vii . a t wj
remains of the Serbian army into
the Albania mountaini" says the
this army are brought to a close.
our objeot of effecting oommu-
nications with Bulgaria land the
Turkish Empire bavin been ac
Aside from Serbia, the Austro-
Italian theater is furnishing the
Hioit viotfrlt-flffhtinff of m of
war mn.i TTa ainn. th.
entire front the Italians are on
I. . . k .l.,
(ue Offensive againtttaf Aus-
Brians. Shells are rapine on the
Gorizia seotor while the Italian!
infantrv h fiaronN,
ti Oslavia, on the Podgora Height
and tne JJOberdo Fiatean Thav
penetrated the Austrian positions
but according to Vienna, later
srere briven out.
Artillery bombardments atd
capping operations have prevail
ed everywhere on the French line
except near Berry-au Bao, where
a strong German reconnaissance
tras dispensed by the French fire
nd north of the Labyrinth"
where the Germans succeeded in
occupying an excavation caused
by the eiplotion of a mine.
French aeroplanes have bombard
ed German airoraft hanears at
Habsheim. east of i Muelhanaan
aud French and German ..en
have fitat thrilline fightt in which
aj4four German machinea were
tbrouffht down "
I fin V v mt W. ran n. M A . .
l y . n' -
I " uuriihu iruuti except
atga district there hat been no
i nghting while on- the GalliDoli
Penrntula only -'artillery actions
and mining operations have been
l.n nrosress of Uta
Canada has commandeered all
ore at the head of the Lakes and
eastward for tha t.t
was taken to obviate the necessity
0f going into the open market and
possibly facing the payment of
high prices. It is announced that
la fair price will be naid for tha
Ukt nm.nj j
l ..uoan vuiuiuauudSIVU,
ine Rumanian King at the
onenincp of n.riim.nt
I r - uuuu-
Urest deolared that the aitnation
imposed npbn Rumania the duty
I -.f il.
Ui "U,IIU. 6UO enor" 01 pec-
P& for the defense of their conn-
try and expressed the conviction
The MIstaka Is Mads by Mas, Silisbarj
Look for the oause of backache.
To be cured you must know the
It it's weak kidneye you rxust
set the kidneys working right.
A Salisbury resident tells y u
Mrs. M. A. Winecoff. 881 E.
Kerr St., Salisbury says: "1 didn't
know what it waa to have a well
day and I was in constant misery.
My baok ached so that I oould
hardly drag myself around. Iu
uo uiuiuiLK a ujaia uara v set
Lt t m w;j JL. 8r
I w f w .1
. "hape and tbe kidney seore
tioLt were unnatural.
I were all unstrung. I had bhok-
a ftches and ofteo felt as though
I WU"1UJ-01" T0D1
aeemsu to ao me any good until
",m i'Ju Clancy fills,
a ,x ?&"nn? bting tbem until
now feel, like a different pertor'
M i A & W B I tan Ik 1 mm Wk K
simply ask for a kidney ready
got uoan g AMuey Pills the same
that Mrs. Wmac:ff haL FoaW