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Salisbury, N. C., May 24,; '16.
Tail fifttbe Pret
A Great Dan In Charlotte, President Took
Side Trip to Davidson.
It was a great day for Charlotte
Satniday. The presence of Presi
dent and Mri, Wilson at the 20th
of May celebration brought 'a record-breaking
with the population of Charlotte
included, up toward 100,000. The
estimates of course are a guess,
but it was a monster croud, all
The President's address was
brief . He spoke for 18 minutes
and along general lines., One
statement was with reference to
Amesica's part in briDging peace
to Europe. He said : ' -
"I would like to think that the
spirit of this occasion could be ex
pressed if we imagined ourseWes
lifting some sacred emblem of
counsel and of peace, of aoommo
dation and of righteous judgment,
before the nations of the world
and reminding them of that pas
sage in Scripture, 'After the wind,
after the earthquake, after the
fire, the still, small voice of hu
There was only indirect refers
ence o the Meolenburg Declara
tion. Referring to the Declara
tion of Independence he said par
enthetically, "I am cow referring
to the minor Declaration at Phil
adelphia, not to the Mecklenburg
The President's address was pre
ceded by a parade that was an
hour passing the grand stand.
There were many companies of
military, floats representing fu
dustrial and agricultural growth,
Mayor Kirkpatrick of Charlotte,
presented Gov. Craig and the
mayor's introductory speech was
about as long as the President's
address1. The crowd tried to stop
the mayor but they oouldn't.
When he had finished Gov. Craig
presented the President in two or
Among the notables present
were Got. Manning of South Caro
lina, Secretary and Mrs. Daniels,
Senator Overman, Congressman
Webb and others . Mrs. Wilson,
of course, attracted much atten
tion. The ladies o f Charlotte
gave her, as a souvenir, a hand
some gold and silver goblet.
After the President's address
there; was a.luncheon at the Manu
facturers' Club in honor of the
President and Mrs. Wilson and at
4:80 they went to Davidson Col
lege, accompanied by Dr. Martin
president of Davidson, Mrs. Mar
tin and a fow others. The Presi
dent spect 20 minutes at David-
eon. He visnea cne room ne oo
copied when a student there and
the hall c f the society of whioh he
was a member, but declined to
make a speech to the students.
The visit to Davidson was not on
the published program. The trip
was made by: automobile and af
ter their brief stay there they re
turned to Charlotte and boarded
the train for Washington. States
ville Landmark. -
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ores sed back against the collar.
Keep the feet straight in walking
with the toes turned neither in
nor out. Prefer to be called
"chesty" rather than a 1 slouch".
A "chesty" person enjoys better
health than a "slouch" and looks
Hie Quinine That Does Not Affect The Heat
Secaase of its tonic and laxative effect, r.AXA
FIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
t and does not cause nervousness not
in head. Remember the full name and
tor um sifaanare mb. w. srovs. sse
FOR conniooiONEn OF
LABOR AND PRINTING
Sit and Walk Erect to Enjoy Good Health.
The way a man carries himself
has so muoh to do with his health
that correct posture is now being
emphasizsd as one of the'principal
guidepost to good health. It is
now generally believed that a per
son who cultivates a orampsd, on
natural, slouching position cannot
maintain a natural, healthful
body. There will likely be
brought to bear some undue prei-
Bure in some part of the body
that will hinder the organs in
performing their natural func
tions and if persisted in will cause
Life long deformities and chonio
maladies have been known to de
velops from inoorrect posture
that beoame a habit in ohildhood.
Round and stooped shoulders and
lateral curvature of the spine are
deformities largely brought about
by sitting, standing or walking in
correctly. Such slouohing atti
tunes as sprawling in a onair, or
sitting on the backbone rather
thanjsitting upright, or hanohing,
the arms and shoulders when sit
ting at a desk, or resting the
weight on one leg while standing
rather than on two, or slumping
while walking which means to
carry rounded shoulders with" the
head thrust forward, the stomsch
thrust out and the arms hanging
looely in front of the body, are
the main errors of posture and the
mam causes of deformities.
m -a a
io sit, stand ana wais erect is
to have coneot posture. To do
this is to sit well baok in the chair
and give support to the small of
the baok. If at a desk or table sit
close, and high enough for the
arms to rest on the desk without
pushing up the shoulders. When
it is necessary to lean over a desk,
incline the body by bending at the
hips rather than at the waist. In
standing or walking set the shoul
ders baok and. keep the chest high
and forward. Keep the stomach
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Reward for any case of Oatarrh
that o an not be cured by Hall's
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: We. the undersigned, have
known F. J . Cheney for the last
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!y honorable in all bus'ness trans
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. National Bank of Commerce To
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blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials ftnt free.
Pride 75 cents per bottle. Sold
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Take Hall's Family Pills for
Double Tragedy in Hens Weatlhy Couple.
Danville, Va. May 22. With s
revolver lying near them the bod
ies of Willard S. Carter and his
wife, prominent in looal sooietv
were found side by side in their
home here early today. The wo
man had been shot twioe in the
back of the head while darter's
death was due to a bullet wound
in his right temple. It is gener
allv believed here that the tragedy
was a case of murder and suicide
as a result of mental abberation.
Carter was reputed wealthy and
owned one of the handsomest
homes in Danville.
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AH mothers should know of this remedy,
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Young women who are troubled with
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headache, dragging-down sensations,
fainting spells or indigestion, should
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If you know of any young: wo
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receive her letter, and it will he
held, in strictest confidence.
Id Democratic Primiri June 3, 1916,
Mr. David P. Dellinger, of Gas
ton County, announces that he is
a candidate for the effice of Com
missioner of Labor and Printing.
Mr. Delimiter's whole life has
been spent in qlo touch with and
in the interest of the working man.
His record in the legislatures rf
1909. 1913 and 1915 oemmeud
him to the confidence and sni port
of s 11 the people.'
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. half-pound tin humidortand
that clavtr cryttal-glatt pound
humidor with tponrt-moitttntr
top that haapt thm tobacco in aocA
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know the joy and
contentment of a
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cigarette unless you get on talking-terms
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P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the
goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by
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You can smoke it long and hard without a come
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coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality!
Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette
enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and
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answers the universal demand for tobacco
without bite, parch or kick-back!
Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder
than to walk into the nearest place that sells
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For Sale 750 acres of land near
Pineburst. on Sand clay road
and one mile of station. Address
E. H Miller, Salisbury, N. G.
"We are paving 85o ner nound
for butter fat delivered at r ur
creamers at Qreeniboro. We are
especial! anxious for shipments
of cream testing 80 per cent, or
better. Unlimited cntlets for
butter. Write us if interested
Carolina Creamery Co , Greens
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One of the Belk's Chain of 13 Big Stores That
do the Business Vile Keep the Goods the
People Want ane Deed. All Priced Very
Reasonable this is the Main Reason
You always find Bellas Stores Busy.
Stylish Millinery and priced ohap
Children's hats, 25c, 48c and 98c
Ladirs trimmed Hats real pretty
ad very itylish.
Foronly, $1.25, $1.50 and Up.
1n lino (rw mnv ahnaa anV hind
you want, and we'll make it to Your in M
terest as well as to ours.
If You Don't Trade with us We
Salisbury, N. C.
PeiS for SalO.--I.ank vining, large
yielding and early maturing
Nice clean teed, $1 50 per bnehel.
G. 8. Williams, Salisbury, N. 0..
Route No 2 6 wk. 5 24
Sisaparllla Root Wanted. Bring to
818 Bast Fisher Street. Will
pay 30c per pcoDd. pd
SlirV8win0r Any one wanting sur
veying done aoountely and
promptly, map making, drawing
deeds, or the service of a justice
of the peace, should write, 'phone
or call on P. 0. Barnhardt, cruu
ty surveyor, rural Nr. 8 Salis
bury, N. C., 'phne Failh, No.
For SaleSecond haud Piano (train
reaper in good oondition Price
150. J. A Fesperman, R D No.
2, Salisbury, N C.
Money tO Loan on Real Estate Secur
ity. John L. Rendleman, at
tornev, Salisbury, N. 0
For Sale'- A few bushels of fine
jellow Learning seed corn, deep
grain and small red cob Verv
nice seed corn. Spanially self oted
and hand shelled. Peck 45c, bo.
80o, 1 bu. (1 50. Q. S. Willime,
Route No. 2, Salisbury, N. C
For Sale One Percheon mare and
colt, or will trade for eutomo
bile T E. Webb, route 8, Salis
bury, N. C.
Shepherd PUPS. Two full-blooded
Englnh Shepherd female pups
fortale T. S Kincaid, No. 5.
alisl uy, N. O
Peoples' National MK
Does General Banking Business
WE PAY FOUR PER CEUT on time de
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Prompt attemon given to any bosi
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Your business solicited.
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Our Stock is Complete at
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suits of exceptional
quality, materials and
expert workmanship for
If you are looking for a
suit with real style lines
we have some wonderful
A dandy big black felt, light in
weight and low in price
values ever offered.
Don't fail to look over onr stock of straw hats for 'Men and Boys" before
buying (IT'S A TREAT.)
50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
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Salisbury Gharlot e and Greensboro.