Va (X STEWART, C&aot tnd Owner
. Tbs PtozrcssSvs CiS'Stii S suit
Eottrtdtt Kcood-dass matter January
19th, 19C5, ct tht pottoffiet at Salisbury,
Salisbury, N C, Feb. 16, '16.
Vtfioever You Need a General )
t Take Grove's
' The Cd Standard Grove's Tas
drill Tonic is equally valuable
OePeial Tonic because it contains t
iPl lnumiii tnnir nrnnArlioc rffYTTTNt'T
v 23 IRON. It acts on the Liver, 13
VV feMVT . kvuiv J KWg V W '
tX Malaria, Enriches the Blood &
P op the Whole System. 50 cent
Tht Barringer Mtnnfaotuiing
Oempany is having bad luck with
ibe mills. The "pickers broke
down Friday night at nine o'clock
and atarted up Tuesday morning
boat two o'olock.
We regret to lose a friend, W.
H fiarrif . He is going to move
t Davidson College.
Bookwell keeps growing H. S.
Utsenhtimer is building a big
It sure seems as Sunday today
because about every body is at
The wheat crop is looking nice
around here. The Ed. Boger
Cooper Co., is doing a lively
livery business .
The bauds are well pleased with
the boss man at the Barriuger
Mill with B, H. Langton Super
intendent and B. L. Linker over
Oar mill is running on fnll
tine day and night.
D. A. Walker says he has a
fightingness oat in Rowaa o.uuty
Ysnas if you have a cat urwch
Tbe Labor Union organizer has
CTganiied a strong camp in Rock
trell and will report the operation
ftfcdthe good work of the camp
Bookwtll and! Builtmors orosied
feata last Saturday. The game
VU 10 and 4 in favor of Rockwell.
One teaoher of the graded school
keeoe straight with hiB pay. He
baa them big stumps for punish
The Republican primary! ware
bald at Rockwell on the 12th with
abcat 25 present. The following
afneeri were eleoted: J. M. Hols,
hoaxer, chairman ; R W. Lents,
Secretary, The following were
lasted delegates to the O-Uuty
canvention at Salisbury, February
19th: B. R. A. Beaver, R. W.
Leate, J. M. Holshouser. Sever
al talks were made ind much in
terest and enthusiasm was shown.
111 Drive Out Materia
And Bu 1 Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
on every label, snowing it is
! end Iron in a tasteless form.
Quinine drives out malaria, the
DQ&ds up the system. SO cent
John A Stirewalt of the
Kbenezer church neighbor
h.ood,who recently suffered
a stroke of paralysis, is nn
proved some, but ;s still con
fined to his bed.
ftany Peopl Don't Know.
A siugeiin liver , oau cause a
GCKOn an awful lot of misery
Spells of dininesi, headaches,
CCSStipation and biliousness are
tura signs that your liver needs
bslp. Take Dr. 'King's New Life
Pills and see how they help tone
ea the whole system. Fine for
tbe ttomaoh too. Aids digestion.
Parities the blood and clears the
Caclezioa, Only 25o. at your
XES UJJtOLDiA WATCHMAN 18
published on Wednesday and The
BcnAM RaooBD ou Friday of each
Wtak and, so far as news and
csrtice is oonoerned, admirably
answers tne purpose ot a semi-
weekly. They give you all the
Cf a&ty news, specially- prepared
for their readers, condensed so
that yon can get the f aots with
wSt having to wade through col
CSSa of childish prattle, and ar
rtagsd so that you can read the
htsie news at a glance,' whioh is
given not only the 'preference but
Oorrectly. These things, in adrli
tioa to the fact that it is, a horns
newrpaper. owned by home peo
ples aaploys home people and
stands for a square deal for home
people, regardless of loss or gain,
shoald cause every loyal, son of
t ne taoaty to make it his business
ta adbxsribe for them first, last
tali Snaih BrfJbh Treicl
Front of About 800 Yards Is Caperirl by
- Fb. 15. Switching their offen
sive from the Artois and Cham
pagne regions in France, to the
Belgian sector arc and Ypree held
by the British, the Germans have
amaihed their way by an artillery
bembardment and infantry at
tacks into a British front line
trench over a distance of between
600 and 800 yards; Berlin gives
the distance as 800 yards and the
British offioial communication in
admitting the ga'b, asserts that it
vas on a front of aoout 600 yards
Borlin says that a majority of the
defenders of the trench wer killed
and that one offioer and several
dosens of soldiers were taken pris
In the Artois region between
Lent and Bethune, tbe orater of a
mice blown up by tbe Germans
was ocoupied by them,, while the
French guns have been, fensy shell.
ti g German organ nation in the
eighborhood of thn Msd t? Lille,
Tha French also bombarded Gnr
man positions north of Via Sur
Aisne and to tbe corthaH of
Hoiasoiis, and iu I he. A rgnne ex
ploded a mine a: d occupied the
Iu Champagne,, Bnrlu assert,
French infantry attempt- to re
gain lost positions north of Tahure
were repulsed, as likewise was a
similar attack ia the V:sg-$ uear
There baa been a coiitidtrat le
renewal of activity on tbe Rus
sian fro;.t arouud Dviusk, to the
sjntb ot thr Pxipet river and along
i be upper sad middle S'.ripa river
!a': uo important changes have
The Italians are e til I usiug their
!?nnf and infantry in attempts to
retake fromthe Austro-Huugari-aua
tt: pesitiona recently cap
tured ou MontsRem o but all
uttempta have been repulsed with
heavy losset, according to Vienna
B:th aides of Sissera occupied by
th Auat ians and positions inthe
Ssba'ih Valley and ou tbe Ana
triaiufront betweeuthe Filla Val
ley aud Nisoh Mountain also have
been heavily bombarded by ,the
The Russians are still on the
off en live agaiust the Turks in the
Caucasus region, bat Constanti
nople 1 ports their attacks' have
been halted ly oouLt9raltacks
In Mesopotamia th sitnation
irouud Kut-elAmara aud Fela
hie, where the British ar operat
ing against tbe Turks, is uucbane
At the re opening of the British
Parliament, both Premier Atqui'h
ani Secretary cf war K'tch-ner
made speeches in which tbey re
viewed the situation au l xpret
ed confidence in ultimate victory
for the Entente allies.
. Premier Asquith informed the
Hfnse of Comment that th iv--rnmet
was tkiuK fetck 'J all
its munition, men, finance and
liidustrial reserve, bo as to b in a
position to put forth its maximum
strength. Hi utimated that
mother credit of he larsje amount
vould bo ukd for tit an -arly
late, aud anuomiC'd that a gen
era I oiifereDce of the Eutite al
!iei is to he held m Panaat which
11 the stragttioal a d politica
tspeots of the war will be cousid
lhe Germai. reply, accepting
one of the two changes augg-isted
by Beoretarv of State Lansing,
vhh reap sot to the Luj. tania's
Controversy but proposing a new
vordiog for the other, has been
forwarded to Washington,
Dr. Bell's Plnt-Tar-Honey.
For your cold, for your cough,
for your faverish throat, nose and
head, use Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar
Honey. Honey soothes the irri
tation, Pine Tar cuts the phlegm,
shot r lieving congestion. Pine
Far also acts as an autiaeptio. as a
result general relief follows.
Breathiug becomes easier and
further inflammation is arrested.
Insist ou Dr. Bi's Piue-Tar-Honey.
It is an ideal treatment.
hn Walker has a cow that
gave 1450 lbs of mi Ik during Janu
ary. The cow was milked by the
Farm Life School superintendent
and gav 561bs in one day from
which 2lba cf bntter was made.
Yesterday D. W. Boatian bought
a fin five-gallon milch cow from
H. J. Eddleman, paying $75 there
SOME OF ROWtil'S OLD FOLKS.
We are etill getiiug names for
our old folks coltftan and filling
in the dates of birth of others and
making slight corrections. Any
aid extended will be appreciated.
If youSknow of any person in
your neighborhood who is 80 years
old, or older, drop us a postal
giving the name and.'date of birth.
We believe there are over a hun
dred folks in Rowan eligible to
this list and we would be glad to
have their name at once.
John Pethel. Landis. born
1817. now 98
Miss Marv Newsom. Morgan
Township, born 1818. now 97
Mrs. Elizabeth Cart net,
Sootchlrish Township, bora
November 19th, 1818. . 97
PhilliD Sowers. Salisburv
Township. born Feb. 18. 1824 91
Abner Walter, Atwell Town
ship, born May. 1826. 89
If iss Mary E Gillean, born
April 15th, 1826. age 89
Evan L y e r 1 y, Providence
township, born October .20.
Joseph Ban. Ballard. coi.
born N ;v 20. 1826. now 89
Abuer C. Cartuer, ; Scotch
Irish tjwnshin. .born July
'2 127 Q8
C tpt. Wm. A. Lboky, Cleve
land, born Sept., 1827, now
George Deal, China Grove No
1, bom July 4th, 1827... ..
Wiley Dodge, colored, born
Aug. 10, 1827, Salisbury,
Mrs. Mary E.Menius, Steele
Township, born February
26th, 1828 .
Nathan Morgan, Provideuoe
Township, born May 81,1828
Alison (jOveroash, Cleveland
No. 1, born Feb. 29, 1829,
Miss Sarah E. Sechler, R. D.
No. 2, China Grove, born
November 6, 1829, now. . . .
Samuel Deal, China Grove
Township, born . January
17th, 1880, now...... ...
Jacob A. Klutti, Franklin
Township, born April 27th,
M.J. Walton No. 4 Salibury,
Cj. A, 57th N. 0., born
April 26, 1880, now
Mrs. rV. H. Neave, Salisbury,
born January, 1831,
Martin Blaokwelder, No. 1,
China Grove, born Sep
tember 1st. 1881, now. ...
Dr . R . M. Eames, Salisbury,
born Sept. 15, 1881,
Capt. J. O. Low, Salisbury,
bjrn Maroh 20, 1882
Mrs. Margaret U. Goodman,
Locke Township, born April
Martin L. Efird, China Grove,
Lorn Maroh 15, 1888, now
Mrs. Eva O.'Trexler, Rockwell,
born Nov. 18, 1832,
Mrs. Amelia Sloop, Landis,
born May 9, 1888, 82
Mrs Adeline Yost, Gold Hill town
fchip, born March 17, 1880, 85
Mis Catherine A Sloop, Atwell
township, born Jan. 11, 1827, 88
L)uis Wilhelm, Scotch Irish
township, born 1829, 86
Mra. Louise Jaoobs, Franklin
Township, born 1834, ' 8
Baudy Partee, Chin Grove,
ago. estimated from 85 to 102
Mra. E H. Marsh, Salisbury,
Lorn May, 1832,
Rev. John F. Hodges, Morgan
Township, born Oct. 19,
W. J . itois, Salisbury, born
May 28, 1881,
Mrs. Kuza Frentis, colored,
born 1804, now
Mrs. Margaret Riley,.Enooh-
ville, born August, 1826,
Mra. Si rah Goodnight,
Euochville, born Deo. 1st,
Jaouu Barringer, Landis, born
Rufus Rodgers, Enochville,
Mo a roe Voils, Atwell, born
J. 0. Casper, China Grove,
born 1M5 '85,
Henry MoNeely, Salisbury,
Allison Oorriher, Atwell, born
Mrs. Ann Earnhardt, Atwell,
Mrs. Amanda McLaughlin,
Atwell, born 1829,
Mrs. Millie Weaver, China
Grove, born Nov. 18, 1881,
Rev. G. H. Cox, E. D., Spen
cer, born 1885,
Mrs. P. E. Kimball, China
Grove, born May, 1882,
Mrs. F. E. Shober, Salisbury,
Mrs. Susana Rodgers, Landis,
born 1885, -
Mrs, Saiah Overcash, Enoch-
viMe, born 1888,
J. K. Holshouser, Rock, born
Fr hu Overcasb, Atwell, born
Mra. E izabeth Glass, Landis,
bom 1880 or 82, 85 or 87
Mrs. I). Cj Cooper. China
Grcve, born Maroh 8, 1831,
Mrs Mary K Miller, Morgan
township, born March 8,
liri. Clara A. Parker, Morgan
township, I orti A"gu8t 12,
Mra Befs T Miller,, Morgan
toDibip, lorn 1829,
Alex Lverly. Oresoent, born
Oct. 28, 1935,
Catherine L. KluHz. of Frank
lin born Dao. 8 1882,
Sarah Ann Smith, unma
Grove. No 1 born Jane 27,
J, R. Fisher, Crescent, born
H0tlC8. Any regular su' acnt er of
The Caroiina Watchman or
Rowan Reccbu may use thia ool
umn without oost for as . much ae
a ten-line local for two week's at
a time.. If you nave anything
you want to sail -r exahange
write it put iu a few wurd9 as pos
sible and send or briug it tD this
offije. This will prove cf great
advantage to the farmers cf thit
section if taken advantage of.
HnrfKS for Sale. Oue good farm
b';rse and a gocd brood mare.
RE. P ttarson, China Grova, N.
I have 14 pigs for the market, 7
ready low the other 7 in March.
These are nice pig and w igh from
100 to 115- J. S. Campbell, Rural
No. 1, Cleveland, N. C
TO The Public The undeis gued it
now running an old-ime corij
mill, old time eranit- rock cii
Chestnut Hill Salisburv, N. C.
If you want good old 5ime sweet
corn bread bring along yoar c ru
any day except Sunday . No
waiting to get up steam, always
ready. Old time toll 101 hi. Sat
isfaotion guaranteed by an old
Hare yoar butter wrappers printed at
Thk Watchman offioe in 9alis
bury, or tha Reodbd effioe in
China Grove. Oar charge is only
75 oeuts per 1,000 for the print
Olir SeCORd Sheets shoiid be in every
office, 40c pnr 1,000 J he real
Salisbury .Pnutiue Office. 120
West Innes Street, up stairs,
Fine Frostproof cabbage flams by parcel
post. Jersuy Wakehelcl, Uhar.
leston Wakefield aud Succession,
1.000 for 11.00 postpaid. 100 for
15o postpaid. R. O . Parks, Ulab,
Lost. One automobile tag No
1506 and rear light. Return to
Salisbury postoffioe for reward.
J. C. Babnhardt.
For PromOt Printing oall at the Rea
Salisbury Printing Offioe. 120
West Innes St., up stairs.
TreSQISS Notices free for the friend t
and patrons of The Watchman
and Record Call aud get them
Poland China pigs for sale, ready
to deliver Saturday, January 22
Gallon or write,' L. L. Fesper
man, Rockwell, N. C.
The Qulllt of our Second Sheets de-
mauds no- prioe cutting aud we
won't cut quality. Three binds,
60c, 75o aiid $1.00 per thousand.
Prompt deliveries. Fnll count,.
Peeler's Printeiv. 210 S. Main
Ht . phone 506.
SUiyeViOg Any o ue wanting
surveying don' accurately and
promptly, map making, drawing
deeds, "r the service of a justice
of the peaoe, should write, 'phone
or call on P. C. Bernhardt county
surveyor, rural No, 3. os'ishnry
N. 0., 'phone Faith, No. 1211.
A Jack for sale. Those who may re
interested in good stcck and
itook raising mar call and get my
price. If you want to buy call or
write me. Salbary, R F. D. No
3, Daniel E. Eagxe
HOTSa for Sale A" blaok mare, me
dium size. 5 years old, Terms to
suit purchaser. Call on or write
to J. S Oorriher, 103 W. Harri-
son St , Salistury, N. C.
Stray Goat- Any one having or
knowing of a nanny goat notify
T. W. Limgle, Salisbury, N. C.
Route No. 6.
For Saie. B'ino
, Such as hays, shuoks,
straw, etc., tor sale. Call on J.
M. Eddleman & Co,, China &rcve,
Havins Qualified aa administratrix of
the estate of John D Pusser, deceased late
of the county of Rowan, State of North
Carolina, this is; to notify all persons hav
ins claims against the estate of the said de
ceased to exhibit them to the undersigned
on or before the 10th day of February 1917,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make prompt settlement.
This the 10th !ay of February, 1916
Mas Minnie Pusser, administratrix of
estate of John D. Pusser.
Get it at Siflerd'g.
One of the Belk's chain of 12 stores "That sell it for Less."
New spring Goods coming in now, and, whether its Spring or winter goods you
need, you'll find Belk- Harry Co's the cheapest and best place to trade.
Although all cotton goods ire advanc
ing iu price we 1 fixed" for it several
months ago by laying in a good snpply
and you don't have to pay any advance
here jet on totroely anything. However,
when our present supply is sold we'll have
to advanoe too.
39 inch sheeting nice and smooth
lor only 5c
Beit 73 indigo aprom Gi -sbum
in short length .or only 5c
New Spring Goods
Bloc Sale o! Yalaatile City Real Estate!
Pursuant to the terms of a certain
Mortgage Deed of Trust, executed by
W. W. Miller to the undersigned Trus
tee and Mortgagee on July 1st, 1915,
which was recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds for Rowan County, j
in Book of Mortgages No. 51, page 132,
to secure a certain indebtedness there
in provided, default having been made
in the payment of said indebtedness
and the lands having heretofore been
sold on February 5 1916. for the sum
of Six Hundred Five Dollars ($805 00),
and an advance bid of Sixty and 50-100
Dollars ($60 50) having been placed
thereon, and bv virture of the provi
sions contained in Chapter No. 146, -;f
the Public Laws, 1915, the undersigned
will expose for sale at the Court House
Door in Salisbury, North Carolina, od
Saturday, 4th dav of Maroh, 1916,
at the hour of twelve M ., the followiag
real es ate situate in the north ward
of the City of Salisbury, and described
Beginning at a stake, the south cor
ner at the intersection of Franklin and
Caldwell Streets, aud runs thense S.
about 43 deg. E. with the edge of
Franklin Street, 148 feet to a stake, in
the west edge of Franklin Street ;
thence S. about 47 deg. W. parallel
with Caldwell Street fifty feet to a
stake; thence N. about 43 deg. W. par
allel with Franklin Street 148 feet to a
stake in the so ith edge of Caldwell
street; thence W. about 47 deg. E.
with the edge of Caldwell Street 50
feet to tha beginning, containing seventy-four
hundred (7400) square feet,
upon which there is a cottaee.
For book title see Book of Deeds No.
122, page 156, in the office of the Regis
ter of Deeds for Rowan County ,
Bidding will begin at Six Hundred
Sixty-five and 50-100 Dollars ($685 0).
This the 12th day of February, 1916.
JOHN L. RENDLEMAN,
Trustee and Mortgagee.
Every Woman Wants
FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE
Dissolved in water for douches stop
pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam
mation. Recommended bv Lvdia EL
Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years.
A healing wonder for nasal catarrh,
sore throat and sore eyes. Economical.
Hu extraordinary deannna nd sennicida Dower.
I Sample Free. 50c. ell druggau. or portpaid by
ViP". 1 he PaxtonToflet Company. Boston. Mm. J
Bruises, Sores, Wounds and Piles
quickly healed with Arnica Salve.
It prevents infection, is antiseptic
soothing, healing. Try it once.
Money Back If It Fails.
The Original and Genuine. 1
We do the Best and
. will appreciate
Call at office or address
Wm. H. Stewart,
Editor and Pronrietor, Salisbury. N. C.
I Arnica Salve I
I Heals the Hurt I
P All Druggists and Dealers, 25c. j
10o yard wide percale in short
leugthH for enly 6q
jYard wide Paja.ntu chck for 7c
985 Rfgu'ar siz j oountrpaiie fnr only 75c
TATTING AND CROCHET
White and oolor, all uamberi in J & P
Coats, OMO.ONT, Columbia,
eto, for 10c
J & P Coats silk.finish crochet,
all best colors 5c, 6 for 25c
New lot crochet needles for 5C
Tattiufc shutters for 10c
Now Coming in, Clothing, Shoes, etc.
Always Trade at
Salisbury, N. C.
Corrected weekly by D M. Miller & Son
Bacon, sides per Be', 15 to 16.
shoulders, per m, ! to 16.
ham, per K,20 to 22.
round, per fe, 15 to 17.
Butter, choice yellow, 20 to 25
Chickens, per lb, 10 to 12.
Ducks, 20 to 30.
Guineas, 25 to 30.
Eggs, per doz, 18 to 20.
Corn, per bushel, 8 5 to 90.
Flour, straight, per sac, $3.50
44 pat, $3 60 to $3.70
Hay, per. hundred fis, 50 to 60.'
Honey, per lb, 18 to 20,
Lard, N. O., per lb, 12 to 14. .
Meal, bolted, per bu. 90 to $1.00
Oats, per bu, 70 to 75
Potatoes, Irish, peT bu, 80 to 90
Wheat per bush. $1.50 to $1,55
Onions, .90 to 1.00
Rye, per bushel, $1.40
Turkeys 15c per lb,
Gteese, 12c per lb.
Re-Sale cl table uds
Pursuant to a deeree of the Superior
Jcurt of Rowan County made in the
-pecial p' receding entitled A. A. Wal
lace, admn.itrator of J. R. Wallace
Bpainet Mo?tlla Watson ani others,
directing a re-sale of lands because of
lack of bidders and insufficiency of bids
at first sale, J ill offer at public sale
at the court 1 . use door in Salisbury on
Saturday, March 4. 1916,
a tract of 19 1-4 acres of valu
alle farming lands situ ted in Locke
-ownship, about three miles from
Jl.ir.a Urove and absut 7 miles from
Stlisbury, cn and near the mcadam
t tlic roa .!. between those places, ad-
iring James Oorriher, John Hols
? cser, the old Bruner place -nd
.there. This land lies well situated,
trd has good timber and water.
Hot and description may be seen at
ti i clfeae of my attorney in Salisbury
3 -'res: One half cash balan"e due
n , ?h! mor the, with 'n'erest on dr
Title reserved till : ictpse money is
Ilil February 14, 19i6.
A. A Wallace,
Admr. and Com.,
R. F. D. No., Glass, N. O.
lieo. F hluttZj Attorney.
N tice to Creditors
H ivirg qualified ns Administrator ?
-l m vT t r .
ine esiaie ui nenry v. rutcnie. tnis is
i to notify all- nerst ns havins e!aim
ugainst the said decedent to file an
itemized verified etatemert of.game
with the undersigned on or be'ore the
I P . 1 J 1 1A1R At
totnuay oi reo. uary, , or tnis no
tice will be pleaded in bar ol their re
covery. Persons indebted to said es
tat are notified to make prompt set
This February 16 19:6.
Milo A. Kluttz
Theo. F. Kluttz Attorney.
State of North Carolina Department
Certificate of Dissolution
To all to whom the.e presents may
come Greeting :
Whereas, It appears tn my satisfac
tion, by duly authenticated record f
the proceedidg for the voluntary dis
solution thereof by the unanimous
consent of all the stockholders, de
posited in my office, ttrtt the Badin
Heights Land Company, a corporation
of this Stale, wnose principal office is
situated ai No. .Fo'ir h Street, in
that wn ot Sjencer, Co.nty of Row
an, S'ate of North Carolina, J. D Dor
sett being the agent therein and in
charge thereof, upon whom procet-s
may be served , has complied wit the
requiremen i s of Chapter 21, Revisal of
1906, entitled "Corporations," prelimi
nary to the issuing of this Certifinatft
Now, Therefore, I, J4 Bryan Grimfta.
becretary of State of the State of North
Carolina, do hereby certify that the
said corporation did, on the 4th day
of February, 1916, file in mv n(fift
duly executed and attested consent in
. . . l -l : i i . . .
wn ting ie ui sum Lion oi said cor
poration, executed by all the stock
holders thereof, which said
and the record of the Drocaadino-a
aforesaid are now on file in mv .h
office as proyided bylaw.
In Testimony Whereof. I have hera-
to set my hand and affixed my official
seal at Raleigh, this 4th day of Febru
ary, A. D 1916
J. Bryan Grimbs,
Secretary of State.
For new wutchs, jewelry ai d
repairs at, reasonable prices, g ;
to the dm? tore fit 1-ump
Qaarry, cr tc R. L. BROWN.
No. 6, Salisburv. N. U.
10-27 6 m. W. pd.
HP. W. G. TAYLOR, Dentist.
Hours, 8:30 to 12:30, 2 00 to 5:30,
and other hours byappointment,
'f hones Office 147 Residence 254.
Olfice second floor of
V'ACHOVIA BANK BUILDING,
Entrance first door on Council St.
In Purchasing tha Monument
consider weli the person with
whom tfcv' rder is placed, for ir
reepi sible ate te fljed the coun
trv selling monuments made from
qnarrv "seconds" and of distiucfel
y inferior workmanship.
The monument sold to you
here of the highest quaK
ity mirble or granite, is of
the finest workmanship, rea-
sonably priced, and is hacked
with out reputation for fair
CAROLINA MARBLE AND
GRANITE CO., '
Salisbury, N. C.
He carries a fnll line of Higfe
Oxrade Groceries at
very low prices
Buys all kinds of Product,
Chickeus, Eggs, Bacon, and
vegetables. See him
Headquarters for Watkirv
119 W. Inniss St.
Moved to 119 East Fisher St.
4 doors below w ere we were locted;
Where you will always find a full line
of Fnld and Gaiden Sefd, and for the
Ladies' BULBS AND FLOWER SEED.
We sell SAL-VET Stock Remedies.
PETALUMA INCUBATORS, and a
full line of 8PRAYa and INSECT
POWDERS for trees and plants.
Fanners' Seed House,
119 East Fisher Street,
7 Sltf Salisbury, ff. C.
Peoples' Nutioaal Bank
Salisbury, N. O.
Does General Banking Business
WE PAY FOUR PER CENT on time de
posits. Interest payable every 3 months
Prompt attenion given to any busi
oess entrusted to us.
Your business solicited.
Peoples National Bank
John P. Iienilerson, J. D. Norwood,
r i n L. President. cashier.
I PAY HIGHEST PRICE
CHAS. S. JULIAN,
10 27 8m 8ftluburr, N. 0.