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To Lydia E. PinkHam's Veg.
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Washington Park, 111. I am
mother of four children and have suf -
iiered with female
nervous spells and
the blues. Jffy chil
dren's loud talking
and romping would
make me so nervous
I could just tear
everything t4 pieces
and I would ache all
over and feel so sick
that I would bt
want anyone to talk
to me at times. Lydia E. Pinkhmfl
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stored me to neaitn and I want to thank
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ful looks. My friends say Why do you
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to the Lydia E. Pinkham remedies."
Mrs. Robt. Stopiel, Moore Avenue
Washington Park, Illinois.
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Salisbury's newest ding corpor
ation is the Yadkin Drug Co.
Tb-g oompany, which u capital.
iz3d at $25,000, hat began busi
ness iu the formar Terminal drtfg
store in the Hotel Yadkin I mid.
iug with a $3,000 capital paid in
by J. P. 8ande.s, P. A Hayes,
Mrs. P. A Hayes, Greensbcrc.
SCd P. J. Haves. RRnrllAman
J nu Young, a pciular dragg:st
of this city, is in charge.
Reports coming in from the dif
fefent registrars in the townships
of Rowan County show that the
births daring 1915 in the county
exceeded the deaths 8 to J . The
births numlered 844 against 1C8
The Salisbury 4th Co. 0. A. 0.
has been placfd in charge of .First
Lieutenant W. L. Ross. A meet,
iug was held last Thtrsday night
at which Capt. A. Greig, Jr., the
Inspector Instructor was present.
On eccount of such poor attend
ance for drill praotice the latter
gave orders that unless the mem
bers attended drill praotice more
regularly the oompany would be
A plan has bean inaugurated by
the County Farm Demonstrator
hioh will enable him to k ep the
county residents informed con
oerning the program to be carried
out each week. This week's pro
gram inoludes tome helpful de
monstrations in terracing, prun
ing and spraying on different
county farms. Mr. Haskett of
he Division of Markets of the A.
& M. college will he on T. E.
Webb's farm, Salisbury, route 8,
The cases growing out of the
reck 'on the Southern at this
place the night before last Thanks
giving were continued until the
larch term, one of the extra
terms for Rowan, at the opening
eeiion of court on Monday. The
sase against D. L. Bea,sley was
set fo Wednesday.
The burning out of a switch
board in the office of the Bell Tel
ephone Company, this city, caused
i small blaze early Monday morn
ng, which called out the firemen.
The damage was of little conse
quecce . Some clothing was burn
ed in a slight fire at the home of
Key Kessler, on West Liberty"
street last Sunday night.
George Cruse of the Kluttz and
Renins school neighborhood, has
movod to Salisbury and P. 0.
Shuffler has moved onto Mr.
Sheriff J. H. Erider last Friday
completed his tax -collecting tour
of the county, his completion
point being at Pooltown, Morgan
Township. He reports a very
Building-material .for the big
tabernacle to be built b y th
Methodists of this city is beirg
to the ouilding site, corner Jack
son and Fisher streets. The tab
ernacie will be 75 by 100 ftt ii
dimensions and will seat a; prc x
imately 1500 people.
Will Daniels, sentenced at rhe
last April term of Federal court
by Judge Boyd to a year and a
dav in the Atlanta piison -for
blockading, was liberated on M m
day aud passed throagh Salisbury
Tuesday on his way home.
Mooresville is to hare another
dairy in the near future. C. W.
Davis, of Elgin, 111., who came to
Rowan County some time ago,
has located at Mooresvillo. He
contemplates purchasing a farm
nearby on which he will plao a
herd of fine milkers and conduct
a first-class dairy.
The Bslk-Harry Co., one of car
mcst up-to-date mercantile firms,
has an interesting advertisement
in this paper to whioh the atten
tion of our readers is called.
Robert B. Parker, who had been
a salesman for the Arey Hardware
Oompany, has shipped his house
hold effects to High Point, where
he will make his future home.
The Livingstone college orcbes-
tra gave a concert in tn9 uity
Ha'l auditorium at Concord, last
night fcr the beuefis of the A M
E Zios. ohurch.
The Republicans of the coucty
br Id their primaries at the various
vi ting pvacps Iset Saturday and
ebose de! gates to the cocutj crrT
V" tion to be hf ld in Salisbury
j next Sa.nrday. A big conventioL
is looked for by the leaders.
' It is said that the Republican
party, or et TeaBt some of its msm ,
bers, are making aa effort to per
suade a well kuown and popular
engineer on the Southern to run
for Sheriff of Rowan county.
The coi cert which was to have
: I been given by the High sohool or-
cbestia and gleu club last week
was postponed to Friday, Febru
ary 18, at 8 p. m., in the graded
sohool auditorium. . .
Death last Sunday evening
claimed ancther Confederate vet
eran when it removed from Salis
bury, Jacob T, Morton, aged 76
years. Mr. Morion had suffered
an attack of indigestion during
the day but was not oon fined to
his bed. A doctor was called in
and while the latter was feeling
the veterans' pulse he dropped over
dean. Tha deceased was a naeive.1
of Pittsjlvania county, Vat aud
came to Salisbury about' seven
from Danville in that
n. party. uuuBiceiug ui j- TT , , ;4.u
' . afcata Ha nan npn llVinf With
vidson County people, among them (his daQgh M. John j -Stew.
art, on West Innes Street, where
I his death oowurred. He was at
onetime engaged in the tobaoco
a woman, were arraigned in Ro
wai court on Monday afternoon,
these being the only defendants
uy. xUDjr ua- I business at Danville. The fun-
on several charges. The case net-i , , , , , t
A . , . m, ,eraltoqk place Tuesday from the
ted the court $45 and cost. The . in
party was arrested here last Sat
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PSmokers so much appreciate the
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Prince Albert pipe and cigarette
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that this one brand oould be so
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The answer to this question is
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It is a fact that since Prince
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years ago, it has made three men
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residence at 10 o clock, Rev.
Byron Clark officiating . The re
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! mains were tasen so xanvuie on
No. for interment. Hisdaugh
ter aud a number of friends ac
companied the body to Danville,
Mr. Morton was a splendid citizen
and had many friends here who
will regret to learn of his death.
He was a member of Longstreet's,
corps, ar d of Company A, 58rd
Virginia Regiment, Armistead's
Brigade, Pickett's Division, was
captured at Gettysburg; and was
a prisoner at Point Lookout. He
served until the close of the war
and surrendered at Appomatoz.
Mrs. Matilda Kliffmuller the
sged mother of Mrs. T, F. Young,
died last Sunday afternoon at the
oon.6 of her daughter on South
Main Street. Death was due to
a general decline due to old age.
She was 84 years old and a native
cf HesBe, Germany. The deceas
ed was also a music teacher of
MissTheresa McCubbitiB. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J Frank Mc-
Cubblne, this city, and Forest
James Allen, of Concord, were
married on Monday night at the
horn) of the bride's parents by
Rev. Byron Clark. The bride-it
one of Salisbury's most attractive
young women. They will reside
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The wheat and oats are looking
From all appearance the ma
jority of our iruit will get killed
as we notice plum, p?ar and
Mrs. D. J. Hopkins spent Fri
day night with Mrs G, I. Carter.
Walter Beaver and Love Ba'in
ger spent Sunday with J. I. Car
ter. A son at P. 0. Lippard's Feb
; ruarv 4 .
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Otha WiN
son, a sn, January 25.
B C. Elcpkn s pulls his shoes
off when he goes in the house to
keep from waking the babv.
Miss Kate Swink, daughtr of
Mrs. Charles Swink. of Salisbury.
and Charles Grant Robrer, an
eiectnoian at aopeweii, va., were
married on Mouday, February 7,
by Rev. F. W . Mi ore at'HopeweJl.
They will reside in Petersbu g.
A marriage of interest to their
friends was solemnized Monday
afternoon at Laadis when Miss
Grace F. Melohor became the
bride of James E. Jabkson, Jr., of
Asheville, N. C. The ceremony
was performed at the home of the
bride's father, W. A. Melchor.
The decorations were simple but
pretty. Rev. P E. Shealey, pas
tor of Landis Lutheran church,
-wae the officiating olergyman. A
few relatives and friends were
present when the vows were as
sumed. Miss Melchor is a young
woman of attractive personality,
bright in mind and charming in
manner aud is popular wherever
she is known. Mr. Jackson hold
a responsible position in AshtviM .
The bride wore an African blown
coat suit with hat to match, The
left on No. 40 for Asheville, wher
they will make their home.
j iDan Erviu has moved ontoG.
W. Watts, farm.
D. J. Hopkins has returned
home aftr spending some time in
Randolph oounty visiting relati
ves. We understand there is a wile
animal of some sort near Mt.
Pleasant that is devouring the
farmers pigs.. Some people de
cided to catch it one night and it
whipped six dogs and they never
got to see what it was.
Mrs. J. I. Carter spent one day
last week with Mrs. David Beaver
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carter are
visiting relatives iu the vicinity
of Gastonia this wsek.
Otha Wilson has moved to
Davidson College where he will
work in a livery stable. .
J. 1. Carter tells us that he has
out and split fifty rails this win
ter. I suppose that is something
no other man has done in the
state, as rail splitting has gone
out of style.
The road between here and
Rockwell is in a critical condition
at places. I th ught ' ur people
had better knowledge than to
work the road in the fall and win-
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iu this section. This creek is oi
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The patented process makes
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It's easy to change tlio map
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