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- - . ' U,, I - W...:mn nlAMPrt B R II II ILJJ IIIITI UW W IM fltaa, iva nil 111 n t hUIII III' (II H I I I'll I'JIIIIH I 1 1 1 1 1 II
kliwlth the feiultsT - --w nose, throat and I II --vu ya Will Vuuiiiunvil, pq
S. Pateat Office) greatly relieved by M jf ; - . " ' rT" Li
ervuxa." 111 i -t 11 rJV-i ri iv
all or don readers.
ft if ii 'i i
till v. MU Wlf UUHBPfa
rf e, Badi u ind Jl. termed iatb
ic.9y :-rid i doing a good t ai;Deiic
"!fe4 itum6el"oj' R wab , Vfcrant
l-f;S'.i,' . W ' ." - " .' 'It
miv g;ue to ilirmingbam. Ah ,
4raks Vefteraos' Re-
t 9 Wigbof the Pirit Bi
pill Ciaroti of ihi oifcy, is among
ihoee f f m 4hti' g olion, trh6 s are
Aaitendiiig the Soathero Baptist
Oouve::tioa in Aibeville tliie week.
..'At opugregational meeting
v.hlil at the First Lntheran Chorcb
cf Gref, tvro, la! Sundarmom
iug. Rr . B LiDgia of Salii
: Ibnrj, wag Jeoted aapply pastor
darit g- the rammer, Mr. Liugle
ajbond year student of tha
Iheologioaisemioacf of Columbia
Uunreniiy, New York, ,
'-4-. hii fcJ tQw. was seri ally io
jored on Monday morning while
'aaatttiiig id moving Rofty's saw
il'i iu the lower part of the
c Dfiy A traotion engine on
rhvrb be was riding cvsrttimed
fd B as caught betiah it. Hf
S t I a badly orasbed left arm
at itac, ord bhir and oth r braise
pd i. juries. He i in the iosat
aanit tim receiving attention.
A IS e of $50 ud costs was im
. oh a ysaLg Negro in county
c rs oh Taaday f r cbrryiuig a
piato'. He paid tbo fi-ie.
Th4 hOo , 0. A. C. of thie
o'rty will leava here Friday after
iih in a special oar for Char
lotte, Where Saturday they will be
in the military amotion or the big
praoe. "There will be 85 -t 40
Bfuibera in-line and Ttossib'y
"Tue'car which brought Mmo
J tti U'aQen aud bar company
ai;ibory Taesday moruiug at
rasid much attention when it
w Iarned tb,i it wb the sam
j private car in .whiob President
ft thou, made a-prepareduess tour
aeV'ra! mouth ago.
'Jt A- ntioa ir-ctlled to the adver
i ; tiaeoieut in tbi iims of V.- Val
1 1 lace & ;8odb. Tbis. well kn wn
; fruk ia offering some wonderlul
: . valnes in summer waar.
ph;ne aud -Telpgfapb Oompiny.
H y had besp stationed at Atlanta
ttut is cw making hs ' headqoai
ters KnTicville. Teun,
vA special mem rial service .to
wbioh the public ir in vi ed is to
be held in the old court house an
ditoriam on the al feernoon of Sou
day, May 31st, by .tbe two. looal
councils of Sons aiid Daughters of
Liberty having a" membership of
jolos' to 500.
Rowan County ranked second
in7 the production' of gold during
the. year 1915. Mntg mory 0oun
ty was firs6 according to a bulle-
!tin issued Saturday by the U. S.
Geological survey. Riwau bad a
yield of 2,218 ounces, valn d at
R. B Yanccy is speedtrg a short
visit to his home here, haviug just
retu ned from a canvassing trip.
He is a salesman for a Urge oroeb
ry bouse and his territory expends
ovr te Southern and Smthwest
em states. Before coming hew
he bad been along the Mezioan
border in loner Texas w lere the
United Stites is having so much
trouble, End he has some very in
teresting narratives to relate con
cerning hii stay along (he border.
A new oamp of the P. O. 8. of
A.. was orgai ized last Wedne'day
night at Be. John's, Cabarrus
County, by J. N. Maxwell and W.
A . Daniels of Salisbury .
Re. W. H. Goler, president of
Livingstone College, tendered his
resignation as the bead of th s Na
gro institution at tbe general con
vention of the A. M. . Zion. oon
ference held at Louisville, Ky.
last weik. An unconfirmed ru
mor states that Dr. Goler is to be
come, treasurer of th A. M E
Ziou Cbur?h in America and tha
his probable successor to the pres
idenoy of th college will be Rpv,
Atkins of the State Industrial In
stitute at WinstoD Sa em Dr
Goler has done mnr h for Living
stone and a man to fill his plact
will be hard to fiud. f -
By hard work ar d persistent ef
forts the persons interested in a
oommonitr Y. M. C. A, for Salis
bury are meeting with rather atpd
AgecT Count Is ReaLCbmmancjr
Count Vonf Haesalar, pipbty Years
Old, la Adviser to Crown Prince
- Many 8torlei Are Told of
Grizzled Old Warrio.
Berlin. Field Marshal Count ypn
Haerfeler, eighty years old, but sitting
Mrs. &o&a X
"Kfg. S18 Clinton
Place, - Kansas f
. City. Mo.r "I had B
a cold in the-head.
I used Peruna.
Wa-; ynU pleased
A with the results.
; I (tor not need any
CReUtered Traae Mark O.
find Catarrh Relieved. No
Remedy can Comnete with
Peruna The Ready-to-taKe
bia horse aa straight as n arrow, is C ClliPg ijll 'for UniOll Ol tile LtJlberail
the adyiser oc the crown prince and, SfliOdSV
the real commander at Verdun, '
The bronaed and i" griz2le4 Varrlor At the meetitg tf the Nrth
Js the idol of hia soldiers. He is a Carolina LutheraD Synod at Cou-
veteran indeed, for he fought through- , ... . .
out the wars of 1864, 188 and 1870; 00Td "day, rflP0,k of b9 t
Despite hia age Count von Haeaeler commissions of the North Carolina
is one of the most modern-and un- aDd Tennessee Synods to effect a
doubtedly One of the most important . a
of German generalg. He is held up merger of the two Synods was pre-
to the soldiers aa an example of the sented and discussed. The priu-
triie Spartan. s oipal feature of the discussion
On horseback riding is the aged , q k;k j,
generars favorite sport-he presents centered on.item 3, which duap-
a, striking picture. He sits as straight proved tf a minister fceirg or4aini
as the youngest recruit and bis smooth e who is a member of a f laterca'
flowing snow white hair. V ; the Churoh provides for the sooia !
A great fund bf stories has been ad spiritual wants of roan.
SirS'CSS SI TheTeanMe8,nod b.w.y.
about him is that of the time "when prohibited its miniiters from be
he fooled the kaiser," as one can hear ing members of fraternal orders
rr.nrre ,- r
maneuvers in May, some twenty years " the proposed merger. The item
ago. The emperor made a bet that- as adooted bv a large majority.
W I I JIB IB UOJiOTDU V-J WO a lUUjJ BO
he would capture the count.
the commander in chief of the
towaid a union of the. two bodies.
The preposition for the merger
mill be presented to the Tennessee
Syncd at its oommiug meeting
vnd it is believed it will be adopt
while Count von Haeseler, comman
dant of the fortress ot Mets, was the
leader of the "blues," defending the
heights of the Ftort Kaiserin against
the kaiser's forces.
Suddenly "Bxzellena Gottlieb" was
heard to mutter between his teeth:
"Donnerwetterl What's the idea of
that foolhardy cavalry reconnois
sance? These fellows seem to be af
The general staff officer to whom
the count had Bpoken galloped with I HIS TsStilDOOJ Will Interest EW Sftll3
un.ii a. uuiuiuu 01 UBYuiry aner uie re
connoltering party. The horse of the
last man stumbled and threw his rid
er. The general Staff ' officer had a
A SALISBURY MAN 6IYES EVIDENCE.
success. Many subscriptions arc away,
talk with him, then dashed back to
Count von Haeseler thus learned the
object of the reconnolsance. After
a brief explanation his whole staff
rode forward, forming a semicircle
around the count, directly towai d Fort
Leipzig, immediately in. front of the
advancing enemy. There Count von
Haeseler unobservedly left the staff. A
few minutes later there rolled but of
the fort's gate a wagon In which were
piled straw and old sacks. It passed
closely by the -kaiser and stopped a
few steps behind him.
"Gentlemen," said the emperor at
this, juncture, "I believe we have now
surrounded Count von Haeseler I am
anxious to- capture his person. Aliens,
ahead r ;-
And h kaiser's Suttee galloped
The value of lecal evidence is
indisputable. It : :s the kind of
9videi.ee we accept as true because
we knew wo can ptf ve it for our-
selves There haa been plenty cf
toh evidence in the Salisbury
paper lately and this straight,
'orward testimony has estal lished
3oijfil'no j in the minds cf Salie
hnrv paople that will net be eaei-
y ahakei .
M, L. Karnbart, carpenter, 128
1 A irA 1 I fi Sal 1 c tn UQDB I 1
JDIU ncii fcsvt v,ir,,ui 7f e y a a
a. ..a a m
aave cad attacks oi mmnag
nearly all my lite ai d m
back has been so stiff and lenir
that I ccnld hardly move. D.an'f
Kidney Pills have always givn
tin qn'ck relief aba. I have tkeii
Price 50o, at air dealer!. Don't
A resolution was passed last
Ftidevbytbe Spencer Board of
Aldermen wbioh prohibits carni
vals ar.d tent shows of all kinds
from showing there durirg tb
preie t administration, endiig a
Mrs P. H. Meroney was pain
fulJv, thagh not seriously ii jur
td Tuedi alternoon when a
borse trai driving tan aay,
oasii8rher to fall from the buggy .
She safferd several brnites
Rsv. T. F. Marr, D D., pastor
of the Fust Meth )dist Chn'ch,
will go to High Point Suaday,
wheri) in ths morning be ill de-
livr tbe arnuhl seimon to tbe
schools cf that city,'
Moss- Jacksor, sou of M. L.
Jrcksrn, will Uave here this week
f t Annapolis, Md , vhere he has
recei.ed appointment by Senator
OfVroiD and Congressman
D agbtOQ. Tbe young man hid
been attending Rutherford College
and if at borne for a short while
.before going to Anrapolii.
It certainly does sem as bcub
rtbere was some truth iu there
una k rjrjr some time ag bv a
tt anger t" the pfft thst "a per
jOi can't get through' Salisbury
with any iiquor without vry
b dy knowing it." Lhsi Stuiday
m ruing Polioeman Kesler looked
iiito two aus-jioious lookiug suit
' oaja thst oame iu on No 11 and
be found seven quarts of 100 proof
c ru liquor in one and fourteen
q iirts of the same stuff in the
ether, N b dy cared to o'a;m it.
1 ievtenant Governor K. L
Danghtridge, who is a candidate
for the Democratic nomination
for State Governor, spent a short
wbile in the c;ty last Friday while
en route tu Asheville.
Attorney General J. Bryan
Grimes, who is a candidate to suo
oeed himself, was a visitor here
last Thursday in the interest. of
BIditor Roland F. Beasi'oy cf tbe
. Monroe Journal, one of the dep
t eat thinkers in the State has ao-rcepted-the
invitation - to deliver
the closing add reii at tha city
beina received and if this eood
work continues Salisbury will sure- la the eRt timuMment ot troo
ly b-ve a community Y. M. C. A. camping around it
for another year at lesst. 'CL"6 e?,ttop3 dol"Kr,!
Both Salisbury lodves will bf- order of his majesty put out of ao-
The count crawled from under the l impiy ask tor a Kianey remeay
get Doan's Kidnev Pil!s th-
4ametbatMr. Earnbart had. Frs
ter-MLburn Co., Props., Buffalo,
ay 16 During this drv
weather the farmers ire goinp.
nhing and otherwise enjoyinp
themselves. - .
Miss Bessie Julian'i Sunday
8ohcol class and Lee Bernhardt'
class crossed bats Saturday even
ing, May lfab. on the 8, C. B. A.
ball diamoud The score being 2
B. vd 1 in favor of Miss Julian'
Dr H. Ct Honbarger had his
picture taken with bis. thorough
bred cattle. Any one watiting s
picture send 10 cents in stamps
and get a pioture by return mail.
JV L. Honbarger out his big toe
tbe other day while engaged in
cutting wocd. The toe is geltine
Johp Henderlite was a visitor
st L. J. Beaver's Snnday night.
L: H Koon 5k dinner with
Ray Sa'frit and family Sunday.
Lee Webb spent the night at B.
C. Honbarger's May 14tb.
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Malaria,enriches the blood, and builds op the sys
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Odd Fellows In State Convention.
The Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F.
of North Carolina, a dtheRebeknb
State Assembly met in annus'
oouvehtions a Wilson this week
The first metig last night, st
whioh time there were addresses
of welcome and respanoes, ths
conferring of the Grand Ledge de
zrp, appointment of commute
and orgai zatiou.
nn if iu
iNuAL ur MY
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MAY ,7 TO 20, INCLUSIVE,
PRESIDENT WiLSON WILL BE HERE,
Ipo the Governors and their staffs from several
States. About four thousands soldiers in lin nf
marcb, about ton 'ban is, ircluding famous United
States Marine Baud, the most spectacular parade
fever seen in this section of the country. State and
federal troops will participate in big sham batt e.
Dazzling fire works and many shows, including
graet Metropolitan Shows, free attractions.
BIG DAY SATURDAY, MAY 20TH.
Special trains on this date Morganton, Winston
Sfilttui, Greensboro, Norwood, Columbia, Spartan-
burg anl other points.
GREATLY REDUCED FARE FROM ALL POINTS
Kound trip tickets on sale May 17th, 18th, 19th
and 20th. final return limit May 22ud.
For fulll information see nearest ticket agent, or
R. H. DsBUTTS, D. P. A Charlotte, N. C.
Mow fir. Hrro' dot Rid cf
Stom c- T rub'e
'ITS SIMPLE THIS IS HOW
Just mix 3 Gals. Linseed Oil costing about - $2.70
4 Gals L. & M. Semi-Mixed Real
Paint, at $2.25 per gal 9.00
You then make 7 Gals. Pure Paint for $11.70
Ifs only $1.67 per flat
Made with right proportions of Lead. Zinc and
Linseed Oil, to insure longest wear
Use a gal. out of any L.&M. PAINT you buy and if not the best
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Kesler-Surcmers Hdwe Co., Salisbury
G C G 'odman Co., f ooresvilie
lav;aBro9.. East Bend
J A Logan, Yadkinville
T J Lyerly & on, Granite Q iarry
Owens Drug Co., Winstou-Salem
9 L Mullen, Hunterville
F W Day, Eoonville
Ohaa A Peeler, Faith
represented at the district meet-1
ing of the Knights of Pythias t(
be held in L xington On Thurs
day May 18th.
Washington Cam;;, No. '24, P.I
O. S. of A.j of this city, is well
represented at the State Cairp
Convention in Charlotte this
week. The other Rowan can: pf
lion!" was the answer.
The count gare a hearty laugh.
"General, said ne, "upon my re-
iponslblllty, attack the Ted army
from the . fear. Not cCjatradictlon,
please, I am responsible!"
Count von Haeseler feeing of supe
rior rank, the officer of the "opposing"
army had only to obey.
A few minutes later the astonished
emperor heard the signal of retreat
st his back. At the same moment the
"blue" army moved forward and the
alio have representatives at ibis emperor found himself In such a trap
that he had the bugle blow "Dai ganze
It is anncunced that there will
be another big Fourth of Jrly
celebration in Salisbury this year.
1c ia expect' d tc jnake this tot
biggest event of the kind evr
Sheriff Sprinkle of Mockivillot
wat a visitor here Tuesday.
Chestnut Hill Cemetery ii beinfr
leveled off at the aontheru end bj
a fore a of men. This is beitif
done to provide additional rooor
for burial plots.
When the kaiser heard of the old
general's trick It Is said he laughed
until tears rolled down his cheeks.
"HE SAW. AMERICA FIRST"
'Wben my daughter had whoop
tog c ngh she coughed, eo hard at
oT;e time that she had hemorrbgf
ot th lungs. I wes terril;
alarmed about her condition. 8ei
ina Chamberlain's Congh Bemad"
ao highly recommended, I gc
fcr i bottle and it relieved th
cough at onoe. Befcre she bat
finished two bottles of this rem4
d? she ws entirely well, wrt?f
Mrs. S. P. Grimes, Crooksville,
Ohir. Obtainable everywhere.
-r " w . I m a m ' - .i a . m.
i ui m uae luuue oonxinTea upon
this little papoose following the In-
N113 Lawyers ana imny Witnesses IB 1 Qian custom oi aeiecnng aa a name
Sill! for $10. onapnng ine nrst ining tne
IEU V U1W ByvB CBM9 sjuy IVU JBa0 UUlj Ui uio
wigwam. TMa papoose was born In
the picturesque Two Medicine Lake
country during the midsummer en
campment of the Blackfoot Indiana.
1,1 1 11 '
We do the Best and
Call at office or address
Win. H. Stewart,
Editor and Proprietor, Salisbury. N. C.
''I suffered with stomach trou- !
b e t r veais aud tried everytlirg !
I beird of, but tha only relief I.
got trnporary until last spriLg J
I saw Chfcmerlais Tablets adrer i
6 atd and procured a bottle of them
at our drug Btore. I get imme
diate relief frr m that dreadful
heaviness a ter eating and fr o:
pain io he etomach," writes Mrs.
Unda Harrod, Fort Wayne, Ind,
Report of the Condition of
THE BANK OF SPENCER,
at Spencer, iu the tatr of North Uaru
Una, a' the close ot biiiness
May lt, 1916.
Loans and dfcounts $91,149.08
Ovprdrafts secured 69.12
Furniture and fixtures .... 3,000.00
Due from National Banks. . 15,778.32
Due from State Banks and
Cesh items J.I04.C6
Silver coin , including all min
or coin currency 1 009.61
National bank notes and oth
er U. 8. notes 11,0.4-fQ
Total $127 676.95
Capital stock raid in $25,000.00
j Surplus fund 2 5OU.00
Undivided profits les cur-
rei.t expen-es and taxes pd. 1.477 20
DepcBitj subject to check. . . 62,990.21
Tim certificates of deposit 120,00
t Savings deposits 35,520 87
Cashier's eheeks outs' and ing 68.68
. Total $127,676.95
State of N. C , County of Rowr n, ss.
I, 0. L. Beam, cashier of the auove
named 1 ank, dn solemly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
G L. Bbam, cashier.
Correct Attest :
J. K. Dorsktt. 1
A. J. Gem a i el, Directors.
J. W. Carlton, j
Siibscribtd and sworn to before me,
this .91'' dey of May, 1916.
W. A. Goopman, notary public.
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Ti is rich p'ro luctiye California county ia spavsely settled com
pared to tue East. There are thousands of acres ready for in-
" dustrio 8 farmers-ifand that will yield; far more than the aver
age farm land thro ghoufc the United States. Here forty acres
js, will b ing greater revenue thn a qiurte section in some parts
of the country. Th land issuittble for general farming. Al-
falfa is cut bix times aa h year anl yields from 1J to 2 tons per
acre.' Big opportunities for practical dairymeu, stock men and
po ltrymen. Splendid climate. No severe winter.
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After being cut for about
hoars the juvy in the case of Den
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ner, in Davidson Superior Court,
returned a verdiot in favor of the
plaintiff Only about $10 in ac
tual proj erty value waso ncerned
in the case, bat it took nine law
yers, over a day of Saperior Court
and about 80 witnesses to uutau
gle it. The witness faes amount
ed to 91 no 4o vi ne issue wa
whetbe Vrli Varnnr, wno lives
near Denton, should be allowed t;
rnt a telephone on a County line
or whether he would have to sur
render it to another man who was
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