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Salirtrary, N 0., Feb. 23, '16.
According to the court calendar
there seems to be about eighteen
applications for divorce before
tha Rowan County Superior Court
now in session. Cupids fetters
must be losing their power.
The public road between Salis
bury and China Grove, ?s probably
the most important highway in
tht county. It is in a. conditio
has wouia naraiy nave uaeu
creditable fiftv vears ago and net
only deserves attention but should
be made one of if not the beit in
the oounty, Money spent on this
road would be a benefit to the peo
ple of the oounty, those who pay
the taxes, while money Bpent on a
road to Baden would in no wise
be of equal benefit, in fact could
hardly be considered more, than
a, waste, except to assist in build
ing up that plaoe at Rowan's ex
pense. Baden, of course, will be
a great addition to the industrial
activity of the S.fcate, but instead
of building up Salisbury will
draw, and is drawing, capital,
enterprise and popalaticn from
here. Let Rowan money be ep8nt
where it will most benefit the
people of Rowan.
The time ior ssleobing candi
dates for the various oounty and
State onioers has arrived, the ma
terial is abundant and the peo
ple should manifest interest, suf
ficient to see that the most wortny
and oapable should not only be
eleoted but should be instructed
as to what the want done and
alto some things they don't want
done. In short the present situ
ation is the one wherein popular
government giveB the people the
opportunity and privilege to take
matters into their own hands for
the wise and complete control oi
their own affairs, whioh oppor
tunity, if neglected, will be as
sumed by political bosses and Belf
seekers. If mistakes have been
made, now is the time tp oorrec
them; if desired objects have been
neglected, now is the time to pro
mote them; if reforms are to be
instituted, now is the time to put
effort into the work,, and if new
measures are' to be adopted, now
is the time to agitate. To sit
still is equivalent to an unoondi
tional surrender, hesitation means
failure and success can only be
secured by well-directed and per
istent effort. There is much
that should be .done, both in a
constructive way and. as a check
on schemers, spend thrifts and
eekers after special privileges,
and numercus projaots that are
anti-democratic, Good old Row
an should bring her best men,
men whose views are known, men
who have respect for majority
rule and the ,wish of the people,
forward and see that they are
elected. Experimenting in such
matters is very unsatisfactory
Whenever You Need a General Tt
The Old Standard Grove's Tasl,'
ChUl Tonic is equally valuable m
HfSeral Tonic because it contains t
known tonic properties of QUINTS
& IRON. It acts on the Liver, Dti
& Malaria, Enriches the Blood
b up the Whole System. 50 cen ;
Wsatber Forecast For February. .
From 8 tp 10, fair, clear with
cold high winds and some slight
. From 10 to 18, fair and cool,
From 18 to 26, rain or snow.
If wind is seuth than tain, and if
From 26 to Maroh 8, bqow and
' This month shows us a fairly
good month up to the 25th then
rough weather comes, snow and
Him Rin, Salisbury, N. C.
Route, No. 2.
Drive Out Malaria
And Bulk Up The System
T1t the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
are taking, as the formula is
on every label, showing it is
aa iron in tasteless form.
drives oat malaria, the
M.si Sadie Essie Ritclriti, ti
Richfield, and Walter Hooker of
Wicstoc-Salem, were united in
marriage at the former place cn
February 15th by Rev. C. P.
Misa Daisy E. !ise! beir .or,
daughter id ,W. R. Miseuheimer,
of. Rockwell, and John P, Trexler
sin of Esq, G A. Trexler, of Gold
Hill, weio married at Rack wall on
Friday evening, Febrcary 11, by
Rev. J. A. Kocns. They will be
at home in Salisbury after the
18th at J M. Brady's.
A marriage was solemnized last
Friday afternoon at Organ Church
by the paster, Rev. R. R. Bowers,
when Miss Jess Fisher, daughter
of Henry M. 0. Fishtr, of Salis
bury, became the bride of John
Holland, of Norfolk, Va. The
Th9 groom is a Pullman conduc
tor with headquarters at Roacokp,
where tb y will reside.
Miss Beulah Merrill, daughter
of Mr. aLd Mrs. W. E. Merrill,
and John Arthur Hatley, both of
East Bp near, were united in mar
riage at the home of the bride's
parents early last Sunday morn
ing by Rev. George H. Cox. They
will reside in East Spencer.
When costive or troubled with
constipation take Chamberlain's
Tablets; They are easy to take
and most agreeable in effect.
Delegates ta Republican State and Con
The following were ohosen del-j
egates to the Stste and Congres
sional conventions at the Repub
lican County convention held
here last Saturday: '
AH Price, J D Dorsett, R A
Kohloss, W H Hobson, J M Proc
tor, Thomas Rosemond, J H Ram
lay, 6 W Garland, R M Leonard,
C P Foster, T H Stewart, H L
Qriswold, Prof. F B Brown, J A
Peeler, T V "Holt," H S Bostian,
H C Buetk, Dr. J M L .Lyerly,
Dan Goodson, Arthur B:st, J A
Menius, J E Correll.
gThe Slat convention will be
held on March 1st at Raleigh. The
round trip fare to that city will
be $4.20 cn that day.
tie Fist Baptist
lEvajgelist I. R. Dean of To
ronto, Canada, will preach next
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. in the First Baptist Chnrob.
He will also preach during next
w.-ek at 8 p. m. and 7:80 p. m.
His sermons on "Science and the
Bible" ar masterpieces and he is
me of the greatest authorities in
the world on this subject. This
is his first trip south. Every
body ought to hear him: The
iecond and third week of the
meeiiLg will be conducted by
Evangelist Harrell and Sac, Ra
born of Texas. These are the
equals of the best evangelist in
the south and will stir Salisbury.
Eerybody who heard Sam Ra-
born two years ago. knews bis
power as -a singer, T. T. Martin
says "He is twice as good now as
then." Let even body come out
These meetings were to have be
gun ths first Sunday in February
but the sickness of T. T. Martin
hindered, The public is cordially
Robbers entered and rob
bed the store of the Landis
Hardware Company at Lan
ais. last ounaay nigat or
early Monday morning. A
number of guns, pistols and
razors were taKen. csnerin
Krider was unable to find a
clue that might lead to the
identity of the thieves.
Do You Find Fault with Everybody?
An irritab'e faUt finding dis
position is often due to a dis
ordered stomach. A man witb
good digestion is nearly always
good natured. A gr at many have
been permanently benefited by
Chamberlain's Tablets after years
of suffering. These tablet
strengthen the stomach and mable
it to perform its functio. s na
turally. Obtainable everywhn
Slirieying A n y one wanting
surveyiug dons accurately and
promptly, map making, drawing
deeds, or the service of a justice
cf the peace, should write; 'phone
or call on P. C. Bernhardt county
surveyor, rural No 8, Salisbury.
N. 0., 'p'lone Faith, No. 1211,
SOME OF ROWAN'S OLD FOLKS.
We are still getting names for
our old folks column and filling
in the dates of birth of others and
making slight corrections. Any
aid extended will be appreciated.
If youjjknow of any person in
your neighborhood who is 80 years
old, or cider, drop us a pesta)
giving the name and date cf 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
Miss Mary Newsorn, Morgan
Township, born 1818, now
Mrs. Elizabeth Cartner,
Scotch IrishTownship, born
November 19th, 1818,.
Phillip Sowers, Salisbury
Township.bom Feb, 18, 1824
Abner Walter, Atwell Town
ship, born May, 1826,
Miss Mary E. Gillean, born
April 15th, 1826, age
Evan L y e r ly, Providence
township, born October 20,
Joseph Ben. Ballard, col.,
born Nov. 20, 1826, now
Abner j C. Cartner, Scotch
Irish township, born July
12 1837 88
Capt. Wm. A. Luckv, Cleve
land, born Sept., 1827. now 88
Georze Deal. China Grove No.
1, bom Julv 4th, 1827 88
Wiley Dodge, colored, born
Aug. 1Q, 1827, Salisbury, 88
Mrs.' Mary E.. Menius, Steele
Township, born February
26th, 1828 87
Nathan Morgan, Providence
Township.born May 31,1828 87
Alison .Overcash, Cleveland
No. 1, born Feb. 29, 1829, 86
Miss Sarah E, Sechler, R. D.
No. 2, China Grove, born
November 6, 1829, now. ... 86
Samuel Deal, China Grove
Township, born January
, 17th, 1880, now 85
Jacob A. Kluttz, Franklin
Township, born April 27th,
M. J. Walton No. 4 Salibury,
Co. A, 57th N. C, born
April 26, 1880, now 85
Mrs. W . H. Neave, Salisbury,
born January, 1831, 84
Martiu Blackwelder, No. 1,
China Grove, born Sep
tember 1st. 1831, now 84
Dr. R. M. Eames, Salisbury, ,
born Sept. 15, 1881, 8
Capt. J. C. Low, Salisbury.
born Maroh 20, 1882 83
Mrs. Margaret U. Goodman,
Locke Township, born April
28, 1831 84
Martin L. Efird, China Grove.
born March 15, 1833. now 82
Mrs. Eva C.jTrexler, Rockwell,
born Nov. 13, 1832, 88
Mrs. Amelia Sloop, Landis,
born May 9, 1883, 82
Mrs Adaline Yost, Gold Hill town
ship, born March 17, 1830, 85
Mrs Catherine A Sloop, Atwell
township, born Jan. 11, 1827, 88
Louis Wilhelm, Scotch Irish
township, born 1829, 86
Mrs. Louise Jacobs, Franklin
Township, born 1834, , 8
Sandy Partee, China Grove.
age estimated from 85 to 102
Mrs. E. H. Marsh, Salisbury,
torn May, 1832, 83
Rev. John F. Hodges, Morgan
Township, bcrn Oct. 19,
W, J. Roes, Salisbury, born
May 28, 1831, 84
Mrs. Eliza Frentis, colored,
born 1804, now 111
Mrs. Margaret Riley, Enoch -
ville, bom August, 1826, 89
Mrs. Sarah Goodnight,
Enochville, born Deo. 1st,
Jacob Barringer, Landis, bom
Rufus Rodgers, Enochville.
bom 1831, 84
Monroe Voils, Atwell, bom
J. 0. Casper, China Grove.
bom 1115-'35, 80
Henry McNeely, Salisbury,
born 1834, 81
Allison Corriher, Atwell, born
Mrs. Ann Earnhardt, Atwell.
born 1831, 84
Mrs. Amanda McLaughlin,
Atwell, bom 1829, 86
Mrs. Millie Weaver, China
Grove, born Nov. 18, 1831, 84
Rev. G. H. Cox, D. D , Spen
cer, born 1835, 80
Mrs. P. E. Kimball, China
Grove, born May, 1882, 88
Mrs. F. E. Shober, Salisbury,
born 1832, 83
Mrs. Susana Rodgers, Landis,
born 1885, 80
Mrs Saiah Overcash. Enoch-
ville, born 1883,
J. R. Holshouser, Rock, born
John Overcash, Atwell, born
Mrs. Elizabeth Glass, Landis,
born 1880 or 82, . 85 or 87
Mrs. D. C. Cooper. China
Grove, born March 8, 1831, 84
Mrs Mary K Miller, Morgan
township, born Maroh 8,
Mrs. OUra A. Parker, Morgan
township, born Acgust 12,
Mrs. Betsy Miller,- Morgan
township, born 1829,
Alex Lyerh. Crescent, born
Oct. 28, 1935,
Catherine L. Kluttz, of Frank
lir boru Dec 8, 1882,
Sarah Auu Smith, China
Gr r ve. No 1 Lorn Jnne 27,
R. Fisher, Crescent, born
Elizabeth Dunn of Franklin
township, born Bepteiher
China Grove Lad; Say$ Siie Ha
MM no Coolest
Mils Mary K. Townsend, a
member of the faculty of the
China"Grove sohcol, has entered
a "Beaut? and Brains" con'est
being conducted by a photoplay
The proposition is to sand elev
en young weme.: to a film studio at
Fort Lee, N?w Jersey, across the
river frcm New York city, where
they will be given a thorough try
out as film actresses, All of their
expenses will be paid on this trip
and if they show any talent thgy
will be given contracts for a per
iod of not less tbau one year at
regular salaries paid to stars,
No effort will be spared to make
film itars of thse young' women.
Miss Lillian Rossel aid William
A. Brady are among the judges of
the contest. Their experiences
and reputation alone assures con
testants of every possible consid
eratiou based gclefy upn ability.
Th above information was fur
nished us by the Photoplay Maga
zine of New York city, the seoond
and third paragraphs being print
ed verbatnm. Ths letter was
typewritten on official stationery,
was much longer, duly signed,
stated that the lady's photograph
with other data had been received
and that indications for a success
ful film-player were encouraging,
Last week Miss Kathleen Town
send of this place, a member of
the China Grove school faculty,
notified this soiibe that there was
a mistake saying that she was not
interested in any such a contest
and that possibly the item had
reference to some one else, being
a coincident in name. The item
was published merely as news and
bearing as it does every mark cf
fact and good faith, the state
ments it contained were accepted
without question or investigation ;
but as Miss Townsend cf this
place, emphatically denies any
connection with such a scheme,
we publish her itatement as a cor
reotion of the matter so far as she
is ooncerned .
Notice. Any regular subscriber of
the Cakoiina Watchman or
Rowan Reccrd may use this col
umn witcout cost tor bb mucn at
a ter-line local fcr two week's at
a time. If you cave anything
you want to sell -r exerangt
write it out m a few worde.as pes.
ible and send or briug it to this
office. This will prove of great
advantage to tha farmers of thif
section if taken advantage of.
uobbage Early frostproof cabbage
plants lOots per ICO' By par
oal post 15ots for 100. Belgian
Hares four months old $1 each,
six months old $1.50 each. W A
Patterson, China Grove, N C.
Horses for Sale. One good farm
horse and a coed brood mare.
R E. Patterson, China Grove. N
C. No. 2.
I have 14 nigs for the market. 7
ready low the other 7 in March
These are nice pigi and wfigh from
100 to 115. Ji 8. Campbeil,' Rural
No. 1, Cleveland. N. C.
Trasoass Notices free for the friend
and patrons of The Watchman
and Record. Call and get tbern
Poland China pigs for sale, ready
to deliver Saturday, January 22
Call on or write, L. L. Fesper.
man, Rockwell, N. C.
HorS8 far Sale A black mare, eh
dinm size, 5 years old, Terms to
suit purohaser. Call on or write
to J. 8. Corriher, 108 W. Harri-
son st , Salisbury, in. u.
Or Sale. About twenty bushels of
whiti peas, large blaok eye va
riety. Fine for table use, $3 00
per bushel. Call or write. Chas,
C. Glover, R. No . . 8, Lox 46,
Salisbury, N. C.
RouehneSS. Such as hays, shucks,
straw, etc., tor saie. uau on j .
1 f 11 -w
M. Eddlemau & Co,, China &rove,
KaiavTuir butter wraDDers printed at
Ths Watchman office in 8alis
bury, or the Record office in
China. Grove . Our charge is only
75 cents per 1,000 for the print-1
One of the Berk's chain of 12 stores "That sell it for Lees."
New spring (roods coming in tiow, and, whether its Spring or winter goods you
need, you'll find Bel k-Harry Co's the cheapest and best place to trade.
Although all cotton gods are advanc
ing in price we ' fixed" (or it several
months ago by laying in a good supply
aud you don't have to pay any advance
hers 3 et on sc roiiy anything. However,
when our present supply is sold we'll have
to advance too.
39 inch sheeting nice and smooth
for only, 5c
Best 7o indigo ;aprom Gi lgham
in short lengths for only 5c
New Spring Goods
Bioc Sale ol Valuable 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,
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 ($605 00),
and an advance bid of Sixty and 50-100
Dollars ($60 50) haviDg been placed
thereon, and bv virture of the provi
sions contained in Chapter No. 146, of
the Public Laws, 1915, the undersigned
will expose for sale at the Court House
Door in Salisbury, North Carolina, on
Saturday, 4th day of March, 1916,
at the hour of twelve M ., the following
real estate 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, and runs thence 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 dec . V. 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 soath 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 cottage.
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 ($665 fO).
This the 12th day of February, 1916.
JOHN L. RENDLEMAN,
Trustee and Mortgagee.
f Every Woman Waiits
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pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam
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Pinkham Med. Co, for ten years.
A healing wonder for nasal catarrh,
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Has extraordinary deansina and germicidal power.
Sample Free. 50c all drusmtts. or DoslDHid bv
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i i;uis9 jserns,
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
Heals the Hurt
All Druggists and Dealers, 25c.
We do the Best and
Call at office er address
Wm. H. Stewart
itor and Proprietor, Salisbury. N. C.
Now Coming in, Clothing, Shoes, etc.
Always Trade at
Salisbury, N. C.
Corrected weekly byD M. Miller & Son
Bacon, sides per ft, 15 to 16.
" shoulders, per Bo, 15 to. 16.
44 ham, per fi, 20 to 22.
" round, per K, 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.
b lour, straight, per sac, $3.50
44 pat, $3 60 to $3.70 .
Hay, per. hundred fis, 50 to 60. J
Honey, per lb, 18 to 2Q.
Lard, N. C, per lb, 12 to 14.
Meal, bolted, per bu. 90 to $1.00
Oats, per bu, 70 to 75
Potatoes, Irish, pe' 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,
Geese, 12Kc per lb.
State of North Carolina Department
Certificate of Dissolution
To all to whom these presents may
come Greeting :
Whereas, It appears to my satisfac
tion, by duly authenticated record f
the proceedidg for the voluntary dis
solution thereot by u;e unanimous
consent of all the stockholders, de
posited in my office, that the Badin
Heights Land Company, a corporation
of this State, whose principal office is
situated at No. .Fourth Street, in
thatcwnol S(encer, County of Row
an, State of North Carolina, J, D. Dor
sett being the agent therein and in
sharge thereof, upon whom process
may be served, has complied with the
requirements of Chapter 21, Kevisal of
1905, entitled 'Corporations," prelimi
nary to the issuing of this Certificate
Now, Theiefor0, I, J, Bryan Grimes,
secretary of State of the State of North
Carolina, do hereby certify that the
said corporation did, on the 4th day
f February, 1916, file in my-office a
duly executed and attested consent in
writing to 1 he dissolution cf said cor
poration, executed by all the stock
holders thereof, which said censent
and the record of the proceedings
tforesaid are now on file in my said
offiee as provided by law.
In Testimony Whereof, I have here
to set my hand and affixed my official
aeal at Raleigh, this 4th day of Febru
ary, A. D. 1916.
J. Bryan Grimes,
Secretary of State.
For utw ,?atoL8, jeweify and
repairs at reasonable prices, go
to the drug efcore at Granite
Quarry, or to R. L. BROWN.
N?. 6, Salisbury- N. G.
10-27 6 m. W. pd.
Haying 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
ing 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 day of February, 1916
Mrs Minnie Pusseb, administratrix of
estate of John D. Pusser.
Re-Sale cf Yamable Lands,
Pursuant to a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan County made in the
special nccfeding entitled A. A. Wal
lace, administrator of J. R. Wallace
a gainst Mceella Watson an J others,
directing a re-sale of lands because of
lack of bidders and insufficiency of bids
at hrst sale, ill offer at public sale
at the court h :ose door in Salisbury on
Saturday, March 4, 1916,
a tract of 19 1-4 acres of valu
able farming lands situated in Locke
township, about three miles from
OLina Grove and about 7 miles from
Salisbury, on and near the mcadam
f rtlic road between those places, ad--fining
James Corriher, John Hols
Locaer, the old Bruner place and
ethers. This land lies well situated,
ard haa good timber and water.
l;lot and description may be seen at
the efflae of my attorney in Salisbury.
lerrrtrOne halfeash, balance due
in eivht mor ths, with interest on de
Title reserved till r t;rcteae money is
This February 14, 1916.
A. A Wallace,
Admr. and Com.,
B. F. D. No., Glass, N. C.
1 HO. F.'.&luftU, Attorney.
10c yard wide percale in short
lengths for enly 6ic
Yard wide Pajams check for 7c
98c Regular size oounterpane for only 75c
TATTING AND CROCHET
White and oolorf, alt numbers in J & P
Coats, C M C. O N T, Columbia,
et2, for 10c
J & P Coats silk-finish crochet,
all best colors 5c 6 for 25c
New lot crochet needles for 5c
Tatting shutters for 10c
: ' -V v iV ii fi v -i rrr -'-
In Purchasing ths Monument
consider well the person with
whom the order is placed, for ir
responsible agents flood the coun
try selling monuments made from
quarry "seconds" and of distinot.
ly inferior workmanship.
The monument sold to you
here is of the highest quaN
ity marble or granite, is of
the finest workmanship, rea
sonably priced, and is backed
with our reputation for fair
CAROLINA MARBLE AND
Fiiher St., Salisbury, N. C.
He carries a full line of High
Grade Groceries at
very low prices.
Buys all kinds of Produce,
Chickens, Eggs, Bacon, and
vegetables. See him
Headquarters for Watkine
119 W. Inniss St.
Moved to 119 East Fisher St.
4 doors below where we were locted,
Where you will always find a full line
of Field and Garden Seed, and for the
Ladies' BULBS AND FLOWER SEED.
We sell SAL-VET Stock Remedies.
PETALUMA INCUBATOR8, and a
full line of SPRAYS and INSECT
POWDERS for trees and plants.
Farmers' Seed House,
119 East Fisher Street,
7 2Hf Salisbury, N. O.
Peoples' National Bank
Salisbury, N. O.
Does General Banking Business
til PAY FOUR PER CENT on time de
posits. Interest payable every 8 months
Prompt attenion given to any busi--iess
entrusted to us.
Your business solicited.
1 Peoples National Bank
John 8, Henderson, J. D. Norwood,
D. L. Gaskill, W. T. Busby,
V-r resident- Asit. caabier
GHAS. S. JULIAN,
10 27 8m 8aiiaburr, N. C.
FULE. WEIGHT 40 POUNDS; 1 psir 6!b. Pillows
to match $1.15. Selected Kew, Live. Clean, Sani
tary Featlien, Bert Featherproof Ticking. Sold
on money back guarantee. DO NOT BUY iron)
anyone at any price, until you get the BOOK Or
TRUTH oar big new catalog, mailed FREE.
Write DOttal card TODAY. AeenU Wanted.
AMERICAN FEATHER PILLOW COMPANY. , .