'" - of interestto
ALL OF OUR READERS.
A pantheis said to have
bPen seen ijpj- the v'cinity of
Woo l leaf f&od : hag - created
quite a lot of excitement
there. So far it has not tbeen
killed. 4 ' Z
The speecjf 'Warning sign at
the intersection of Main and
Innes streets is to be changed
a? to the speed limit. The
limit is ?iven as 12 miles ' per
hour but there is ah ordi
nance forhidding a speed of
more" tban5 -Imiles per hour
across the intersection. Hqiice
the proposed cnange.
Dr. Archibald Henderson
of the, University faculty, has
accepted the invitation to de
liver the add res at the Row
an County school commence
ment to baheld here in April.
Dr Henderson is a native of
B H Isenhower spent last
Thursday at Conover whre
he attended the funeral of
his uncle, John H. Isenhower
Tne little village of Joiiover
had threp funerals 4ast Thurs
day being those of Mr. Isen
hour, C L Shoaf and Mrs Pe
ter Smith. . t '
Clarence lonroe, formerly
with the local Western Uui' n
Telegraph Company, but who
has been in charge of the
Monroe office lot sever; 1
months, is in the city voting
his mother, Mis. J R Mon-o.
Mr Monroe has been made
chfef operator for the two
HE. Bufty & Company in
tend to build a modern brick
storeroom for use by the firm
near the Kesler mill, in the
near future. Tt will replace
the frame structure the com
pany has been u?ing for a
number of year3. The old
building will serve as a ware
house . V , '
Street Superintendeflt S L
McCanless and a force of men,
teams and a steam roller, are
, rjompleicg the repairing of
Lee stiet, od the block front
ins on city hall. 1 his street
had been in a, bad .condition
and fas a menace to the fire
apparatus when caMed to use
Miss M try Abernaty and
Shufofd Parks, both of Salis
bury and both employes of
the Salisbury Cotton mills,
were united in marriage sev
eral days ago at Newell by
Squire Newell. The coupl
have returned tr Salisbury
and are living on CLesttm
A party of United States
soldiers, members of a hos
pital corps, who weie enioutr
from Rhode island to the
Texas-Mexican border, passed
through here o n Tuesday
morning on No. 37.
J A Rss, who operates a
truck farm just across Town
creek, between the city and
the pnmping station, brought
a buckettul of fine Irish po
tatoes to town on Tuesday
morning for exhibition. They
were of the Erly Bliss va
riety and he only recently.;
gathered tham. An idea of
r 'Paul Rem jr; o. had been J f"
condnciu g a tilciing estab-
aa. closed out
Li aliment he
business and" will go on tvej
road as a salesman for a
clothing coucern. He will
continue to make, his home
Spencer ay ill have two mere
game of baseball this ironth.
On the 29Lh the Oak Ridge
team will play a game with
Spencer acd on the -31st the
Catawb-1 College nine will
be th e attract'on. Both
game? will be played at SpenV
The big d-edge boat at
work on Grant creek is now
working at the cite of the eld
M c Co j mill d m 3 u.i t u or th
of the Statesvilie road.
,. The Salisbury High scho 1
girls defeated the Lexington
High school team in a game
of basketball played here last
Friday afternoon. The score
was 10 lo 7. This is the seo
ond victory for Salisbury
over the Lexington five.
The -highway to connct
Salisbury with Albemarle
and Yadkin Narrows is to b
rushed to compiation. The
interest along the way of this
road it is said is keen toward
ts completion. A good roads
rally ..was held at lbemarle
act 1 iur.-day at which time
he advocates of ti.is highway
met and decided o form an
organization for promo' iug
he " r"ad. Thi same com
mittee met again today to
make plans' for getting the
road through and in the bes?t
R Lee Mahaley arrived in
the citv 'ast Friday from
Richmond, Va , and wi'l
spend several nays here on
buwiuess. ileea!iia here in a
new Chandler touring car for
which he is 3g?t, and with
other car3, he has an aiver-
tisement in this paier, to
hich attention iscaiied.
A B Sa'eeby has brought
his brother, i)av:d Saleby,
from Lex 'rgtov to this place
and laced hi :ii in the sanato
rium for treatment. Heisse
The firt same of ball for
this season in this vicinity
resulted m a victory for the
Siiencer team in a contest
last Friav on the Speucei
diamond with the V'hittsett
Institute The score was 13
Rv M. Shealey wa in
stalled as pastor of the jLan-
dis charse. which includes
Oncordia la't Sunday af
terucou. The charge to the
rflsfnr wns delivered by Rev
M M Kma'd of Salisbury
and the eh.-i rsrt; of the psorle
by lev Y. 11. Riser of Chiua
A number -'of Stafesvjll
ohvsician- aie planning to
attan l the annual ciniventirh
of the Ninth District Medical
Society whi'h is to he hld
in S-i!iburr Thursday, Dr F
A Carpenter 'f Statesville is
on th convention program.
He will read a pape",
A canvas iace, sven ieeT
high, ill yo'.vi'1 the Spen
cer !b;il) park V e coming sea-
Mrs Martha C Mnrsh died
last Saturday night at her;
home cn VVe?t In ues street
Doath followed a general
breakdown due to old age.
She was one of Salisbury's
oldest residents, r;e.ing 93
years old. The deceased ws
the widow of E H 'arsh and
leaves sveu children s-fol1-lows:
Mrs L A Frazier, Mrs
C A Ric and Mrs 1 F Miller,
of Salisbury; Mrs F H Ched
ester, rCf Ashevilje; R B
Marsh, Atlanta; C F VTarsh.
Moristown Teun', and E H
Marsh, cp.?ncer. The funer
al was conducted Mond ay, ihot volcamo fiames into the air.
.Hi VK :y . ;"
How mi:y mD nf the universe
have tot)d -' B.mrued' w hi n ttfej wgre
asked 1 1 exprecft'th-ir :opmionl of
their awtet and tclovtd mother in
law. One' gentleman tpeke np
and said; 'Rather than to expreii
my piivate opiiioh of my mother?
in-law- jphre the conld bat
I had raihflr -hn in at Jnarz
where (hay. oo ud fo rget you and
the am 'and stars, wvflr ehine.
Another aaidi-Rather -than
m e n t i o n m y - moth e- hv- J a w '
nimp, I won'd jTst as on let
theor! tee JSf 'head for a-bell clap-'
Then gome other fellow broke
Qvr the l wind shield aud asid,
"Never, never mention mother-in-law
to. ms, for any pxparie nee
vfith my. mdheriu-law hj6i been
a hvh)g death f r -me my eye
balli have looped the loop and I
huve foamed at . the month and
Rev Byron Clak officiating..
Death caused by tubercu
losis on Tuesdav morning
climd Lonnie Waller at his
h-m S3verl miles east of
-aiisbury. H leaves a wife.
The deceased had been em
T,imes grew- woree and;:woiep
with the mother-in-law a? yeais
of matrimony rolled oni a tart
temper never mellows with age,
and a sharp tongue is the only
teel, with au e Jg, tht. grows
keener with constant use.
It was thought 01 oe that the
plcyed in the Spncer shops, devil got frightened at his shadow,
rl Mrs ba. it was his mother-iuljtw.
John Waller, He was buried
at Union Lutheran church.
THE PROPER COURSE
ufoinution of Priceless Valus to Evsiy
Sisbmy Ci; Ztn.
It was marvelcus iio some
uothers-iu-law become so
thprcuRhly iufatuated with their
son-ia-laws. if the; think h has
unknown quantities of this wcrld'i
gocda . They often beccmfr-bighly
-sensitive, and strongly auscept-
ihle, to obat g and environmenta,
TV-.;. t ' -
44 Years of Leadership
... Returned to His -Work.
Mr. Julten Goudean, Erwinvfllo, La.,
"enffered- with -catswh ol the stomach.
He dkl not know what his- trouble was.
He waa unable ty work. CooM hardly
eat anything. "Alter taking Peruna a
short time he is now. in perfect health.
He says: "I am now doing all my
work. .1. am confident .that any one
suffering as 1 was could be cured by
. --Every. Change of Weather
Mr. . Arnold, Westerly, B. I., con
tracted a severe cold. The cold set
tled in his side and produced a condi
tion that was-thought to be pleurisy.
Every change of weather would bring a
return of his trouble. After taking-Pe-runa
all his ailments have vanished.
, Pain In the Stomach.
" Mr. Henry Kneck, Box 850, No. 1118
S. Vista Ave., Janesville, Wis., writes:
"I wrota. you about four weeks ago
that I had a pain in my stomach. I
followed your advice, and tfeed three
bottles of your Perunaj and. I am all
right now. I am very thankful for
your advice and your medicine." .
- A Housewife Restored.
Mrs. B. W. Copelao, Box 22, Greens
boro, Ga., suffered several years with
catarrh of the stomach. She was in
such poor health she could not attend
to her household duties at all. Peruna
was recommended by neighbors. She
was induced to begin the use of Peru
na. She says: "After taking five bot
tles of Peruna I am happy to say that
I am entirely cured. My indigestion is
Once a Chronic Invalid.
Mrs. E. Hiker, 503 Grant Ave., East
Cedar Falls, Iowa, was once a chronic
Invalid. Four different doctors bad been
consulted without avail. She had taken
five different medicines that had been
Recommended, without Improvement.
eruna was tried and the good result
was prompt and lasting.
Expresses Her Gratitude.
Mrs. Samuel Ruth, 635 Union Are.,
Lebanon, Pa., is able to say positively
that she has been cured by Peruna. She
can scarcely find words to express her
gratitude for her recovery. For many
years she bad been a semi-invalid from
Three substantia! men, heads of families, made efficient
once more by-Peruna. .Three housewives' restored to their
families. These are only samples of what Peruna is doing
every day, everywhere; Surely, this is a splendid work.
Anything that conserves family life and makes the home
more desirable and comfortable, nourishes the heart root of
civilization, Peruna is great civilizer
How to act in an emergency is if they fail to Bee the gold certifi
kuoaUdge of iiifeetia able worti -to .ho. nn ' t hava -kuowD
and this is paitxularlY 4ru of - q d bj fiUife iu
j he diseases aud ills of the faumau tU01" s i
h-dy. If you suffer-with ksduej order to get life into a gold certi
bnckaohe, urinary disorders, ci. ficate,. aLd then tb.9 next thitg
au term ct kidney trouble, the y0u will hear floating in the a'r is
i.iv;ce o ntaiu d m the loll' wn g ,Mcther 1B fi3 unwell. I would
tateman should add a valuable fe . fi
asset tn your store of knowl-dge L
What ojuid be more C0Lvinciug4 nB uuuy uF, ii x nuu
roof cf. the effisieucy of Doaii's w:uld prolcDg her life, rhi salt
Kidney Pills than the statement air is eo braciug and fxhiUcating,
of a Sal!bur oitiz-Mi who Usei ku0t t frtAi Rrft aha wnid live
hem and who publicly tills of y " l3n .
bei:ef.t derived? x . ,
M-i.J F 13arb.r,510 W. Iuuee -The ptMoiu.R nf twenty years
5ireei, Sa isbury, siys: "My srunded hke a death kuell, or a,
ihc'v causes nae a 1 t of misery bczziug of bumble bees in mj
hi ever mv k'd:-cva get gut oT a.pa frr t na alreadv been
rdr, I find Doau's KHuev a i. kui-
3-iriOne is & lieht. utrre oil com-
tnnTi(l that never dims. 3-in-One lubricates
FtW cewnrt or m flr.riinetvTwTiterbicvcles.locks,clocks,
0 that ever needs oHinsr in vour home or
' kfa rmic wn i.r;i A little .fn-One on a soft cloth cleans
- v givtuvt wvm - - " - - l
nXiici,oa Tui-ff1 ail vTiPre(i or varnished lurmture ana wooaworn.
tiV1h nn frrri r,f h nr.!c r heeseciotn it maices an taeat uusuczs uusnng wv.
f-"" J " . i y V-4.1.
3-in-One absolutely prevents rust on gun Darreis, auxo nxiurea, unu
fixtures, gas ranges, everything metal, indoors or out, in any climate. It sinks
into the unseen metal pore3 and forms a protecting "overcoat" which stays on.
Free 3-ln-Qne Free Write today lor generous free bottle and the
3-in-One is sold in all good stores in 3ize bottles: 10c (1 oz.), 25c (3 oz-J,
i oz i piat). Also in new patented Handy uu uan, ix
TMfl ni K fiTT. COMPANY iv t
42 D A Broadway , New York City
. v i - -
A new, all steel, electric
lighted train from Mem
phis to Texas viz.
Leave Memphis 9:30 p.m.
Arrives Dal las 11:15a.m.
Arrives FtWorth 12:50 noon
The only solid train
Memphis and Texas
Cotton Belt Route all the way
y-no change of cars, no miss
ing connections. Morning
train leaves Memphis at 9:40
a.m. Trains from the South
east connect at Memphis.
Winter Tourist Fares daily
to many points in Texas.
Louisiana and New Mexico;
stopovers and limit of May
31. 1916. All Year Tourist
Fares daily to certain Texas
Send for illustrated book
lets, and get information
about low fares
from your town.
H. H. Sutton,
Dit. PaM'rAnt, '
109 W. Sib St..
' 50c (8
v 'v m
DO YOUR OWN SHOPPING
Pilh are the nly mdiciLe for
r:;at tr,u,'l'. I "v taken then:
for yearB and they have always!
b bniipficial. - .
Pr.c 50o,,at all dealers. Dpu't
-:mn!yi-f r a kidi ey rftmedy
t t D n K dney PilU tae sstni
hat, Mrs Barber hd, ioster-
Milbarn G:., Propi.4 Buffalo, S Y
Sloau Pethel, Wade and
Sbd Cfcildres, all of Kanua
rol:s, the men ho are charg
ed with kidnapping M"gge
Pethel, were giveu a bear ng
before Squire W L Ray cn
Monday af'ernoon. It will
He remembered that this ae
grew ont of the intention to
kidna Sloan Pethel'i little
girl, who is m Uiecare anl
keeping of Mr and Mrs VVD
Snider of r-'aliebury, at tbv
instigation of Mr Pethei.
The tLree man Wrre phced
un' raOO b nd each and
th ear case will cotre up at the
May t-rm f Kowai Superior
court. The .child is eigh
years old and seems desirous
of staying with te Snid-r?.
The several .bible classes of
the city svow increased at
teudance at each Sunday sb
gion, which is an iudieat on
that weighed about 160 poocds,
md really, the etT-ots pf that
stinSC was so eicru&;atiugiii gavt
me a lernSocase of terfigsutis.
Perhaps jameef you fre do
fprttrnate ' enttigli to Itnw the
meauii c cf "terngautia. It is a
very uervons disease, broajjht cn
by mother-iu-law, causing you t(
'hrivel into insignificance, canse
oy unreasoutible detnancla that
uo'hiug bat tat Raid car4ifica'.e;
can stop th e$r.ger. N;w boys
when y:u thiuk cf hiatriroony
Inn't fcrget the temale dread
naught. In Cjmedy sh is pathetic,
In tragedy very Rest sic,
Sfce f xpecte scon to star,
And to shiue fur thm a Ruhr,
For hr charnos she thi .ks qa te
me gcetic .
Gives the BEST VALUE for Yeny Money
Every Kind from Coilon to Silk, For Men, Women and Children
Any Color and Style From 25c to $5.00 per pair
Look for tt Trade Mark! Sold by All Good Dealers.
Lord & Taj lor
For new watches, jewelry and
repairs at reasonable prices, go
to the drag store at Granite
Quarry, cr tc R. L. BROWN,
No. 6, Salisbury, N. G.
10-27 6m. W. pd.
Peoples' National Back
Does General Banking Business
WE PAY FOUR PER CENT on time de-
rceits. Interest payable every 8 month
Prompt at ten ion given to any bati
aess entrusted to as.
- Your business solicited.
0 Peoples National Dank
John 8. Henderson, J. D. Norwood.
S resident. euhier.
W. T. Buiby,
V-r 'resident. Asst. euhier
Do not let it wear you out
and encourage sickness.
Take Dr. King's New
Discovery. You will
get instant relief.
Most of tis negleot coughs and colds.
iWe brush suggestions aside with the re
mark "I'll be, better soon," and often
times -we do get better. However, when
that cough or cold gets a hold, i usually
means annoyance, interference with our
mnrb- 'and rrftpn a.enell of Sickness fol-
tliat Some good work IS being . lows. Isn't it better famediatbh to
,, r check that cold and ease the cough f Dr.
done by these CiasS. King's New Discovery does it ! Search
. , 4. as you will, you will not find a better
xuc icvi hi un-cuugo ",fcr remedy.
the lirpt Fap ist cunrcb are
ri-ri - - -......t ,
Beautiful Bust .and Shoulders g
are possible if you will wear a scientifically H
constructed Bien Jolie Brassiere. s
The dragging weight of an unconfined bust a
so stretches the supporting muscles that Hi
the contour of the figure is spoiled.
Silver of Quality
Rely on your own
judgment as to
pattern, but re
is the most impor
fBS'JUV IO i
pnt the bust back where it belongs, prevent the
full bust from having the appearance of flab
biness, eliminate the danger of dragging muscles
and confine the flesh of the shoulder giving a
graceful line to the entire upper body.
They are the daintiest and most serviceable gar
ments, imaginable come in all materials and
styles: Cross Back, Hook Front, Surplice, Band
eau, etc. Boned with "Walohn," the rustless
boning permitting washing without removal.
Have your dealer show you Bien Jolie Brassieres,
if not stocked, we will gladly send him, prepaid,
samples to show you.
BENJAMIN & JOHNES
51 Warren Street Newark, N. J
is the name stamped on
the back of spoons, forks
and, fancy serving pieces
in silver plate of proven
Wide latitude for choice
is offered in the many
Sold by leading
Send for Catalogue
"C-i.," showing au
Bilrer Co., Bncoewor. )
N3t.Ce. Any regular sabsoriber of
rhe Caboiina Watchman or
TJih . fVncc) -tognther
with ?ultah'e po?ts and rig-
the'r size may be gained by rgna ha been ordered. It
the tact that three of them w;n fi0st several hundred.
Dr. King's New .Discovery is made of . .hi nnl.
, , . ' i i m-n i t5ne Tar mixed with, soothing balsams m wa maj
in session this week and will !Sei-tfrS tisentic and kills Lmn wiihonfc cost for as mnch as
continue through next Sun- "the germs, allays the cold-fever and ter-liiie local for two week's at
day. This makes, the tl ird time. If yo have anything
wppk for the meetrias v-bich congh with less strain. Andif you have you want to sell or exchange
weeK lor tne meeu igs v uiun b . grateful wr te it ont id a few worde!aB poe-
are being m"St excellently at- relief follows and you soon drop intoa ,ihie end or bring it to this
A number of young boys
i . e I J t.. -.,1
appearea neioi 'tit 'tween this, city and Ifocss i
ton, iu the county court last, - iw. f
RnfnrH iv on comDtaiut otiViiia
others and 'or smoWrig ci
garettes Three o f them
wtr" naroled in the custody
t.hH nrobation officer for
weighed one pound and gix
Fire of unknown origin last
, Saturday afternoon complete
ly destroyed th3 barns of Dr
J (x Bnsby ond H M Cooke,
in Spencer, and threatened
4.1 mi... i .!thi.aa mnntl's. Kitorts are
about $1000 which is only : be'nsr made by Ohiet Miner
covered by part'al inanrauce. ! to hod out where these young
This is th sco id time Dr , boys obtain cigarettes.
DUSDys Darn has oeen brru! A rf'hora misi
ea - ' ""'.""''. " H4ont; was rtreente last batj
beautuury . " :
Golnial tneatre ivipraay
restful and refreshing sleep. Get a bot
tle to-dav and let Dr. King's New Dis-
i .n1A anA ooncrH rlortor
An automobile service be a t ail druseists".
office. This will prove of great
id vantage to the farmer! of this
section if taken advantage of.
week. The trip is made by
way. of Cooleemae. Two
round trips are being, made
daily. ' .: -
Tiis Quinine That Cms Not ftf??cTjie. lla
jtiige of its tonii and laxative elfu'Ct, tAXA
) iVE BSOMO QUININE is beiurllif.nordmars
Opinio 'tn'4 Hoe, r.ot cause tiewrdisnecs jirji
wb hMA i"5nher the full namsanc
The Klks of Salisbury gave
Haie vour bottef wrappers printed :at
Thb Watchman r.ffioe in Salis
bury, or the Reoobo ( ffi" in
Chma Grove. . Oar charee it only
75 cents per 1,000 for the print
Fresh Mi h cow tor.Sale, 5 yeara oiJs
call on or writ J. L. gather,
rente 2, Salisbnrj, N. 0.
HorSB for Sale A black mare, me
dium size. 5 years old. Terms to
suit nurchaser. Oall on or write
to J. S Oorriher, 108 W. Harri
son St-, Salisbury, N C
RUB OUT PAIN
with good oil liniment. That's
the surest way to stop-them.
i! The best rubbing liniment is,
Roughness. Saob astays, ihacki,
' straw, etc, tor sale. Call on J .
Poland China piga for Bale, ready
to deliver Saturday, January
Gall on or write. Li. Lt, jJesper
man, Rookwell, N. C. .
79 Drive Out Malaria I court, aud
And Bui Up The System rpn a pvd
T&e the Old Star iard GROVE S 1CI1W '
chill TONIC. You Soiow : ':
WtStt TOO are taking, as the formula is inxi- - 'i - i o t.- - .;e Zlrktv
RtenS-cft every-label, showing it is , r gt.-r-' ; h-.-mr- umv,
DsSabM ad-Ion in a tasteless fcrm. gkOv aSi kl.es? -ui it..ic,(u.vesout
- - tmtmmim .-1 !,. flip hlnod. builds uo the ststeill.
night to a lious packed to
itp fnlleet capacity . The par
ticipants "w-ere -mostly' local
Elks, v - j
Good for the Ailments tf 1
Horses, Mules, Cattle Ete
Good f o f your own Aches,
Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,
.Cuts, Burns, Etc.
25c50c$f. At all Dealera;''
For SalS. About twenty butheli of
. whit? oeas. lar?e blacK eye va
riefcv. Fine tor table u?e, 3 00
per I usbol. Call or write. Chas
C. Glover, k. No. , tox so
Salisb ury, N C.
HorteS for Sale. One good farm
hors9 and a good brood mare.
R E. Patterson, China Orove, N.
0, No, 2, .
For Sale. New S32 incubator 240
ess capacity, for $20 cash. A
bargain. See S. A. Bartman, R.
6, bos 86, Salisbury, N. 0. Alio I
one corn and cotton planter witn
fertilizer attachment cheap.
I have 14 piga for the market, 7
ready row the other 7 in March.
TheBB ar nice pigi acd wngb from
100 to 115 J. S. Campbell, Rural
Nr 1, Cleveland, N. C.
For Sale. One good farm mcle,
pood quality, work anywhere
and also icme nice oorn stover.
For further information oall or
'phone No. 2482, J. 9. Waticn, B.
9j SftUibary, N, Q.
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