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NffKLACP LIKF MAS
BOt(r CAVS-. IMCQUV&
RlG-MT HOME TO
Salifttmry, N. 0., Mar.
ffmw I ? Mm
y f 17 j 1 3 i i i
Gsrcans AflTaiics on West F.flht
RsssIids Drive 6srmans Back in Dvinsfc
Rigioo and Claim Blow was Dealt Turks.
Feb. 29. With the 'lejseniug.pf
the activity o the contending
forces to the north of Verdun, the
Frenoh in the Woevre region east
of Verdun are using their artilLer?
to break up German preparations
fori farther advances toward tha
: fortress. At various points th$
fire of the Frenbh guns has pre
sented the Germans from launch:
In the Vosges Mc untains there
alio has been great artillery ac
tivity by the French hear Senoaes
and Ban-de-Sapt; while near Sep
pois the Germans have beau diiven
oat of trenches they had previous
ly taken. In the Champagne re
gion, the German fortified works
in the region of Hill 193 have bean
battered by the French guns and
the oratar of a mine exploded by
the GermanB was oocupied by the
The Germans have added sever
al additional points to their ter
rain in the fighting about Verdun,
having been enabled to construct
trenohes on the slopes north of
the Cote-da Poivre and to capture
an armored work nortkveBt of
Douaumont, and have taken the
towns of Maahuees and Champ-
ton! 18 miles southeast of Verdun.
In this drive east cf Verdnn,
the advance of the Germans has
ztended over a front virtually 12
miles from Dieppe to Champion.
Berlin reports that thus far
they have taken prisoner 228 offi
cers, 10,575 men and a large num
ber of guns, machine guns and
moon war material.
There has been considerable ar
tillery activity, and fights in the
air between battalions of German
and British aviators along ;the,
British front in Francs and Bel
In the Dvinsk region of Russia,
the Bassians have driven the Ger
mans baok and adranoed their
line, and pat down under heavy
fixe an attempt at' a counter-attack.
In a lengthy statement in reply
to an official . communication is
aed from Constantinople, the
Roasian General Staff describes
the powerful defenses whio'i
guarded Erie mm, and declares
that the force of the blow d salt
by theiRussians can be estimated
by the fact that some of the Turk
ich army corps of three divisions
aoh now number only a few
thoniand men, all the remainder
ither having perished ' or been
Details are lacking concerning
the disaster to the French auxil
iary srniser Province, which has
been left in the Mediterranean.
While the French Ministry of
Marine estimates the oumber of
survivors at 870, no 'estimate is
made of the casualties.
On the ( eve of the opening of
Germany's submarine campaign
against armed merchantmen
POP'S IN A'T"
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County 1
Frank J. Cheney made oath
that he is senior partner of the
firm of F- J. Chenny & Co., doing
business in the City of. Toledo,
county and state aforesaid , and
that eaid firm will pay the sum of
one hundred dollars for each and
every case of catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Ca
... Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and sub
scribed in my presence, thin 6th
day of December, A. D. 1886.
(Heal) A. W. Glkasoh,
Hall's Citarrh Cure is tsben
internally and acts direotTy upon
f he blood and muoous sar faces of
the system. Bend for testimonials,
free. " . ;
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
.Take Hall's Family Pills for
Salisbury, N, C, Feb. 18, 1916
I hereby announce myself- a can
didate for .he office of high sher
iff of Rowan ooauty sul jeot to the
aoticn of the Republican prima
ries and convention, J. B. Yost.
Salisbury, N. C. Feb. 22, 1916.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the House of Represent
atives, snbject to the primaries
and convention of the Republican
party, pd. A L. Lingle.
Fragment i Wilson has thrown
.dowo the ' gauntlet to congress
over the resolutions that have
been introduced having as their
Mir pass the warning of Americans
from traveling on armed mer
chantmen. In a letter to Repre
' tentative Pou, aeting chairman of
the House of Rules Committee,
th President has asked that the
'matter be brougbt to a vote in the
House. It is his intention to ask
for similar action in the Senate.
Thi President's step is taken in
c rier that "all doubts and con
efttures may be swept away and
ant foreign relating once more
bleared of damaging misunder-ta-iings."
Rei. Sfayfird Peeler Is Installed.
The assembly hall of the Young
Women's Christian Association.
says the Charlotte Observer was
fiUel Sunday afternoon by an in
terested congregation that attend
ed the exercises in connection
with the installation of Rev. Shu-
ford Peeler, a RpWati boy, son of
Mrs . J. L. Holshouser of China
Grr ve, as pastor of the First Re
After the singing of a h inn and
the rendering of the doxology, the
invocation was made by Rev. W .
H. MoNairy, Another' hymn waa
sang and; then Rev. J. H. Keller
of China Grove, read an appro
priate Soriptare lesson After
the Gloria Patria, Rev. Paul Bat,
rioger, D. D. "offered prayer.
Vfiss Rabhsl Summerrow sang
sweetly (a sclo) rHe Lpf eth Me V
Then followed the sermon by
Rev Ji H." Keller, an eloquent
and searching. meEsae. Mrs. j;
Frokhoeffer and H. J . Summer
row sang with fine expression-,
"Jesus L-Vft. 0 f Mv Son! J5'
DooVor Barringer made a brief
address. Then followed th in.
stallation by Rev. W. H. MoNairy.
a nymn was song, and tae; bene
diction followed. .
Moved to 119 East Fisher St.
4 doors below wb ere we were looted,
Where you will always find a full line
of Field and Garden Seed, and for the
Ladies' BULBt) AND FLOWER 8EED.
We sell SAL-VET Stock Remedies.
PET ALUM A INCUBATORS, and a
full line of BJPRAYB and INSECT
POWDERS for trees and plants.
Farmers' Seed House,
119 East Fisher Street,
7 2ltf Salisbury, N. O.
C. P. SHUPI
He carries a full line of HigL
Grade Groceries at
very low. prices.
Buys all kinds of Produce,
dhickens, Eggs, Bacon, and
vegetables. See him
Headquarters for Watkinp
- 'Phone 57.
119 W. Inniss St. '
TO MAMA '
. , j.
(HERE'S A I AItickleo to death! v
" ij : -7
)Hvb but Malaria
And Buiid Ud The Svtm
e the Old Stat dard GROVB'S
rBLBSS chill TONIC. You know
-vi you are taking, as the. formal is
every ttoei, Bowing it Is
snc S9a Iran in ft.tMt.. iwin
., Qgsiat&xhta mt ' laslsriA, Hie
For ' Catarrh Wherever Located.
A sure, safe, time-tried remedy
for Catarrhal Affections of every
description. Sold by all Drug
gists. - '.Vrite the Peruna Co., of
Columbos, Ohio. They "will ad
vise you free,
K.tiee to Creditors :
Haying qualified as Administratcr of
the estate of Henry V. Bitehie. this is
to notify all persons having elahns
against the said . decedent to file an
itemized, verified stAtAmAnt nt
with the undersigned on or before the
15th day of February, 1917, or this no
tice will be pleaded in bar ot their re
covery. Persons indebted to said es.
tate are notified to make prompt set
tlement. This February 16. 1916.
Milo A. Klutts
-i. :- Admioifttfttor..
Re-Sale o!YaMl)le Unts,
Pursuant to a decree of the Superior
'Court of Rowan Goun'ty, made In the
special proceeding entitled A. A. Wal
lace, administrator of- J. R. Wallace
gainst Mosella Watson and others,
directing a re-sale of lands, because of
lack of bidders and insufScienoy of bids
at first sale, 1 will offer at public sale
at the court k ouse door in Salisbury on
Oaturday. March 4. 1916.
a; tract, of 19 1-4 acres . of valu
ably farming; lands situated in Locke
tdwnBhi p, tibout three ' miles from
Ohina Grove and about.. 7 miles from
Salfstmrv. on : and hoir mMilom
pc Cue road between those places, ad
Joining James Oorriher, John . Hols
h oncer, the old Bruner place and
Others. This land lies woll Bit. no f Oft
cd has good timber and water.
Plot and description may be seen at
the tifiseof my attorney in Salisbury.
Tftrms On a half
In eieht .mouths, with interest on de-
Title. reaervAd till riirnk t) ao mnna. fa
Ihii February 14, 1916.
A. A Wallaos,
" Admr. and Oom.,
R. IT v.. aiu. v a ,
I tec. Iu Aubwiy: '
NOtiCB. Any regular sureoril er of
The Caroiina Watchman or
Rowan Rkccrd may use Jthis col
umn without cost tor as much bb
a ten-line local fcr two week's at
a time. If you' navo anything
you want to eeli f-r excf angp
write it out in a few words'as poi.
einle and send or S rmg it to this
oflfioe. This will prove of great
advantage to thV farmers cf tbii
section if takeii"ad vantage of.
I have-14 pigs for the market, 7
ready tow the r ther 7 in March.
1 rtPB9 ar nice pig ai d wuao from
100 to 115. J. ti Campbeil, Rural
No 1, OUveland N. G.
TreSQISS Notifies free f:r the friends
and patrons of The Watchman LJ
ana kbcord uaii ana get tnem.
One of the BelkV chain of 12 stores tlThat sell it for Less." ,
New spring Goods coming in now, and, whether its Spring or winter goods you
need, you'll find Belkilarry Co's the cheapest and best place to trade.
Poland China pigs for sale, ready
to deliver o&turdav, January 22
Call on or write, L. L. FkspeB'
man, Rockwell, N. C.
For Sals. AKout twenty buiheli of
whit? oeas. iar-e biack eve va
riety. Fine tor table me, $3 00
per bushel. Call cr write. Chab,
U. (iLQVER, R. No 8, lox 46,
Hate your butter wrappers printed at
The Watchman -ffiob in Salis
bury, or th Reobd offioe iu
China Grove. Onr charce is onlv
75 cuts per 1,000 for the print
Although all cotton goods re advanc
ing iu price we ' fixed" for it. several
months ago by laying in a good supply
and you don't have to pay any . advance
here et on eoircely anytbi - g. However,
when our present, supply ie ?oid we'll have
to c dvaoce too. .
39 inch sheeting nice and smooth
for only 5c
Beit 7o indigo aprom Gingham
in short lengths for only 5c
10c ysrd wide percale in ehort
lengths for c-nly - Oio
Yard wide Pajam check, for 7Q
98a RrRu'ar przft oount"crpne for only 75c
TATTING AND CROCHET
Whit; atid ooiors, ah numbers iu -J- & P
Couti; C M 0. O N T, Columbia,
et3, for 10c
J&P Coats silk-finish crohefc,
all best colors 5c. 6 for 25c
Nw lot croohet needles for 5o
Tatti'.fe shutter? for 10c
H New Spring Goods Now Coming in, Clothing, Shoes, etc
Always Trade at
Salisbury, N. C.
PlEStl Mi k CGW for Sale. 5 years old,
call on cr write J. L. Suther,
rente 2, Salisbury, N. C.
Cabbage Early frcst proof cabbage
wants luais oer lUO Uv nar-
csl post 15ats for 100. Belgian
Uires lour months 01J SI each.
sixmcmhs Id $1.60 each. W A
Patterson, China Grove, N C.
Horses tor Sale. One good farm
horse and a good brood mare,
ft E. Patterson. China Grove. N.
RoilghneSS. Such as hays, shucks,
Btraw, etc , for sale. Call on J.
m. jLddlemau & Co.. Chum &rc ve,
For Sale.New $82 incubator 240
egg capacity, fo: $20 cash A
bargain. Sse 8. A. Ilertmau, R
6, box 86, Salisbury, N. G Also
one corn and cc-ttoi; planter with
fertilizer attachment cheap.
Of?. W. C. TAYLOR, Dentist.
Hours, 8:80 to 12:80, 2 00 to 5130,
and otner hours by appointment.
1 henes Office 147 Residence 254.
Office second.floor of
" ACHOVIA BANK BUILDING,
Entranae first door on Council St,
Big Sale ol Valuable City Real Estate!
Pursuant to the terros of a certain
Mortgage Deed of Trust executed by
W. W. Millar to tha nnderaianoH Trus
tee and Mortgagee on July 1st, 1915,
. w ....
wnicn was recoraeu in tne omce or the
Register of Deeds for Rowan fJmintw
in Book of Mortgages No. 51, page 132,
to secure a certain indebtedness there
in nrovidral- default, hftt; in or haan mala
in the payment of said indebtedness
and the lands havin&r h prpitnf nr hnn
sold on February 5 1916. for the sura
of Six Hundred Five Dollars ($605 00),
ara an auvance Did or Sixty and 50-100
Dollarj ($60 50) having been placed
tnereon, ana dv virture or the provi
sions contained io Chapter No. J 48, of
the Public Laws, 1915, the undersigned
will expose for sale at the Court House
uoor in oansDury, worth Carolina, on
Saturday, 4th dav of March, 1916,
at the hour of twelve M ., the following
real es ate situate in tha north ward
of the City of Salisbury, and described
Beeinnine at a stake, the Hnnth onr.
ner at the inte-ae(.inn of Fran H in nnd
Caldwell Streets, and ' runs thenee S.
anouc 43 deg. K with the edge of
Franklin Street. 148 fees to . stabA in I
the west edge of Franklin Street;!
thence 8. about-. 47 doer W. nnrllol
with Caldwell Street fiftv feet, tn
stake; thence N. about 43detr. W. par
allel with Franklin Street 148 feet to a
stake in the no ith adore nt fialdwoll
street; thence W. about 47 deg. E.
with the edge of Caldwell Street 60
feet to thd beginning, containing seventy-four
hundred (7400) square feet,
upon which there is a eottage.
For book title see Rook nt Dead Ttfn
122, page 156, in the office of the Regis
ter of Deeds for Rowan County ,
Bidding will begin at Six Hundred!
Sixty-five and 50-108 Dollars (f 685 f 0). !
xnis ine lzth day of February, 1916.
JOHN L. RENDLEMAN,
Trustee and Mortgagee.
State of North Carolina Department
Certificate of Dissolution
To all to whom the?e presents may
come Greeting :
Whtreas, It appears to my satisfac
tion, by duly authenticated record f
the proeeedidg for the voluntary dis
solution thereof by the unanimous
consent of all the stockholders, de
posited in my office, that the tfadin
Heierhts Land Ccmnanv. a onrnnm tion
of this State, wnose principal office is
situated at No. ,Fo ir h Street, in
the ttwn ot Sjencer, County, of Row
an, State of North Carolina, j , D Dor
sett being the agent therein and in
charge thereof, upon whom process
may be served, has complied witt. the
requirements of Chapter 21, Revisal f
1905, entitled "Corporations," f relimi
nary to the issuing of this Certificate
, Now, Therefore, I, J, Bryen 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 the dissolution of said cor-
, poration, executed by all the st ick-
noiuers tnereor, which said consent
and the record of the proceedings
aforesaid are now on file in my said
office as provided- by law.
In Testimony Whereof, I have here
to set my hand and affixed my official
eeal at Kalt igh, this 4th day of Febru
ary, A. D. 1916.
J. Bryan Gbimks,
Secretary ol State.
Horse for Sale A black mare, me
dium Bise, 5 years old. Terms to
suit purchaser. Gall oh or write
to X 8. Oorriher. 108 W . Harri.
bo Si, Baliilurj, N, C,
At 2 pra.,
a $42.0a Genuine Leather
Just oome around oncH and you'll
ROWAN FURNITURE CO.,
Th Cheapest Furniture Store
m W, Innaf Si., Salisbury, N. 0
That monument order should
be placed with us soon if
it is desirous to have aarrift
erected when spring arrives.
In purchasing a monument
of us you assure yourself of
First Quality Stone
(no second) and the most per
The monument which you
wiu ih oi course a lasting
one, insure securing just such
a monument by purchase
i g it of
THE CAROLINA MARBLE
ANO GRANITE CO."
fc5aljBbnry, N. 0.
'Fhrije 495. 'Fiibor Et
; AflmiDi trator's Hotfce.
the estate of John D
of the county of Kowan, Slate of Uorth
J'arolina, 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 HnvnfVoKn.... ioi
or his notice will be plead in bar oftLeir
recovery. All persona indebted to said es
tate will please make prompt settlement.
This the 10th ay of February, 1916
Mas Minnie Pusskr, administratrix of
estate of John D. Poaaer.