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REACTS ON HUGHES
G. 0. P. Gandidat9 Is Mocked
: by Record of His Own Party.
LAWS ENACTED ARE FOR ALL
On Its Achievements- Administration
Invites Judgment as to Whether Its
Work Is Sectional or National In
Its Scope and Purpose Legislative
Record Set Forth.
Charles E. Huskies has raised the cry
of sectionalism, coniidaiiiing to his
western audiciu es because the impor
tant committee chairs ..nt-hips ni the
house and cerate hav been filled this
being d,ue to seniority promotions by
'During the last years of Republican
control there was not a committee
chairmanship from the south," replies
Congressman James .B.'Aswell in his
speech, reported in the Congressional
Record. "Was that iationalism or
blind Ignorant partisanships?" he asks.
"Let the people decide," he suggests,
whether the following great meas
4fcated bv tWa .so ca-lled aeutli
contoeUed qmCjpct are ctuaa4 w-J
"The Underwood Tariff Law, just to
the consumer as against the special
privileged class, followed by a non
partisan tariff" commission removing
the tariff question from politics.
"The Income-Tax Law, causing the
rich to pay their just proportion of the
expenses of tlie Government.
"Hhe Rural-Credits Law, the first
legislation solely for th? farmers.
"The establishment of rural routes,
the extension of ihe parcel post and
better mail service for our rural popu
lation. "The Good-Roads Law for all sec
tions and for all our people.
"Farm - extension laws, including
Smith-Lever Act, grain and cotton
standMds, regulating cotton futures,
trips ironTTVasmngton to jew Jers
to register and vote for woman v
frage when it was submitted in his
state. Candidate Hughes did not take
the trouble to register or rote the same
year 1915 when the suffrage amend
ment was submitted in his state.
That seal, with all it means to
the public, might well be put
on every bottle that contains
No other remedy ever offered the
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after two generations of success; no
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ia the homes of the people ; no other
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The reason is fo'.ir.d in real merit. For
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reliable and safe. For irregular appetite,
impaired digestion tf-d run-down system it
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Peruna may hs obtained in
tablet form for convenience.
The Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio
Or. Bell's Antiseptic Salve,j
Good for all Skin Disease-
101 Ranch Show Train Wrecked in Yirania.
A Dispatch from Norfolk, Va.,
Sunday. A special train on the
Virginia Railway bearing the
101 Ranch and Buffalo Bill Wild
West Show to: Norfolk, was
wrecked today near Victoria, 141
miles from this city.
More than a score of horses
. 1 Ml 1
are said to nave oeen mnea.
There was no loss of life-- Cause
of the wreck has not been ascer
This show, it was reported,
would exhibit in Salisbury this
fall, but this wreck may be cause
to alter their plans.
Head-Off flat All-Wintetfoiish.
At the first sign of sore throat,
tight chest or stuffed-up head
take a dose Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hnnftv.
The healins? Dioe-tar.
soothing honey and glycerine
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loosen the phlegm and break up
your cold. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
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antiseptic. The formula on the
bottle teiis why it relieves colds
and Goughs. At your Druggist,
Yung Man Wrecks Pool Room.
La?t week, M. Co pel and and
Roger Thompson manager
of the pool room on North
Maiu street, became involved
in a little difficulty and the
latter forbid the former to
enter. While Mr Thompson
was gone in search for an
officer to put the young man
out Coi eland became so en
rased that he succeeded in
wrecking the place, breaking
the plate windows and the
mirrors on the wall with
billard balls before he was
finally topped. The damage
was about 150. He was tried
at ihe county court that day
and fined &75 and costs.
CULTIVATION TO HELP CORN
Shallow as Well as Deep Tillage Will
Destroy Weeda Keep Surface
of Seil Mel lew.
Deep cultivation of corn is never
necessary when the soil has been prop
erly prepared before planting. This
is the result shown by investigations
at the Minnesota College of Agriculture
as well as by investigations of the
United States department of agricul
ture. In most cases cultivation is
necessary almost entirely for the elimi
nation of weeds. Shallow cultivation
will do this just as well as deep, and it
does not injure the roots of the plants.
Experiments have shown, however,
that the yieid of corn increases with
succeeding cultivations up to six. Corn
cultivated twice at University Farm,
St. Paul, yielded 45 bushels of corn
and 3,210 pounds of stover, giving a
profit of $5.CG. Corn cultivated six
times yielded nearly 68 bushels and
3,91 pounds of stover, giving a profit
Th: frequency of cultivation de
pends largely on the character of the
soil and the conditions of the seed
bed at the time of planting. Sufficient
cultivations should be made, however,
to keep the surface of the soil mellow,
free from weeds and loose.
Late cultivations should not be more
than two or three inches deep.
USE CARE IN TRANSPLANTING
Roots cf Trees Should Not Be Exposed
to Sun and Wind In Dry Weath
er Cover With Straw.
.Cme of the greatest mistakes when
shipping trees is that of allowing the
roots to become exposed to sun and
wind. It is absolutely necessary to
keep the roots wet from the time the
trees are received from the nursery
until they are planted. All roots that
are injured in .digging should be cut
with a keen knife on the underside
so that the roots will grow straight
If the trees are not ready to
plant, the roots may be perfected by
"heeling them in." By this is meant
to set the tree in a trench ; and cover
the roots with loose earth. If the
("weather is very windy and dry throw
a little straw over the trees and cover
DRAINAGE ADDS TO PROFITS
By Increased Yield and Decreased
Cost of Cultivation Value of Land
i Is Often Doubled.
Lands that are too wet for the most
profitable production of crops, should
be drained. Even uplands may often
be drained with profit, especially hill
sides subject to erosion or inclined to
be "spouty." Indeed, drainage is
profitable wherever it is necessary to
the fullest use of the land.
It is not uncommon for lands too
wet for cultivation to produce,, when
drained, 60 cr 70 bushels of corn or
oats to the acre. On much of the
drained land the increase of yield is
from 25 to 100 per cent, and by the
increased yield and the decreased cost
of cultivation the value of the land is
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says Mrs. Sylvanfa Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
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as well as run a big water mill.
1 wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's Tonic
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and your dealer's name to Vlvaudou, Dept. 5, Times Building, New York, N. Y.
Get rid of dandruff
it makes the scalp itch and the hair fall out. Be
wise about your hair, cultivate it, like the women in
Paris do. They regularly use
ED. PINAUD'S EAU DE QUINIK
the wonderful French Hair Tonic. Try it for your
self. Note its exquisite quality and fragrance. Aristo
cratic men and women the world over use and endorse
this famous preparation. It keeps the scalp clean and
white and preserves the youthful brilliancy of the hair.
Buy a 50c bottle from your dealer or send 10c to our Ameri
can Offices for a testing bottle . Above all things don't neglect
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You Get GOOD Value at ANY Price Silk; lisle or Cotte 5
25c to $5.00 per pair g
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irhp rf tro ? n . TVTftm n h 1 S
to Dallas, no change of cars onlylin
operating solid through trains Memphis
Leave Memphis 10:10 p. m. Arrive Dallat 11: SO a.m.
next morning, Ft. Worth 1:25 p.m. Another through
train to Texas, leaves Memphis 9:40 a. m.
Winter Tourist Fares Daily. Oct.i,i9i6to
April 30, 1917, to many places in Texas, Louii iana and
New Mexico. Stopovers. Return limit May 31,1917.
H. H. Sutton. District Passenger Agent. ,
109 West 9th St , Chattanooga, Tenn.
Beautiful Bust and Shoulders
are possible if you will wear a scientifically
constructed Bien Jolie Brassiere.
The dragging weight of an unconfined bust
so stretches the supporting muscles that
the contour of the figure is spoiled.
put 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 fleah mt the ahouldar ftfmg a
graceful line to tk entire ppr bedy.
They are the daintiest and most 8rricabJe rar
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Have your dealer show you Bien Jolie Brassieres,
if not stocked, we will gladly send him, prepaid,
samples to show you.
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Newark, N. J
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Sale i! YiMle M Es'ate.
Pursuant to an order made by J. Frank
Mcfubbins, clerk, in the special proceeding
entitled Frank B. Brown va Benjamin
Gay, pending in the Superior court of Bo
wan county the same being special proceed
ins No 270. the undersigned commissioner
will expose for sale at public auction for
for cash at the court bouse door in Salis
bury, N. 0., on
Saturday, October 21st, 1916,
at the hour of twelve M , the following
described real estate: Situates in Cleveland
township and described as follows. Begin
ning at a stake Ben Kerr's cornet; l hence
north 26 degrees east 5 7 chains to a etake;
thence outb 72 degrees ncrth 5 60 chains
to a stake; thence sooth 16 5 degrees west
6.46 chains to a stake; thence north 66
degrees west 6.59 chains to the beginning,
containing three and one-half (3) acres,
more or less.
This the 18th dav of September, 1916.
9 20 John L Kendleman, commissioner.
Saleol Valuable Heal Estsle.
Pursuant to the terms of a certain Mort
gage Deed of trust executed by Walter
C lmgman to John L. Kendleman, trnstee,
on March 28. 1916. which is duly recorded
in the othce of the Uegister of Deeds for
Bowan county in Book of Mortgages No.
54. page 27, default having been made in
the avment of the indebtedness theiein
secured, the undersigned ttustee will expose
for sale at public auction for cash at the
court house door in the city of Salisbury,
a. Ki.t on
Saturday, October 2lst, 1916,
at the hour of twelve M., the following de
scribed property. Beginning at a post
! Leroy Cheehier corner, on southeast side
of Weet street, and runs thence abo it south
46 degrees west with West street 40 feet to
a stone, corner of lot If. 5; thence with
line of lot U o. 5 about teuth 43 degrees
east 99 feet to Ellen Boyden's line; thence
about north 89 degrees east about 56 feet
to Bettie McBorie s corner; thence nottb
43 degrees west with her line and with line
of Leroy Cheshire about 143 fe t to the
beginning, being lot No 4, on Henderson s
plat, the .North Ward, in Jersey City.
I bis the lVtn day or September.
9-20 Johh L. Kendleman, trnstee.
Kotiee Td Creditors.
Haviosr Qualified as Administrator of
i the estate of Thomas L Reid, this is to
notify all persons having claims against
the said decedent to file an itemized, verifi
d statement of same with the undersigned
on or before the 22nd day of September,
1917, or this notice will be pleaded in' bar
of their recovery. Persons indebted to said
I estate are notified to make prompt settle
ment. This Kept. It, 1910.
E. H. Mili er, administrator
Tb. F. KlutHf aad T. G. Furr, attorneys
iteples' Nation Per '
Salisbmy, N. (J.
Dees General Banking Bus'nrss
Wl PAY FOUR PER CENT cn time Jr
csiU. Interest j ayable every Smrrih
ricmi t attnicii given to ary bi:?i
if trusted t us.
Yctir busineeg uiieit-pd.
i& Peoples National &vn'
'chn 8. Herdergop, J. D ynvcrt,
trefidn.t. f tl.tr'
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If you 'Jo "Digestoneine" wili
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is benefiting thousands, apply to
SMITH DRUG COMPANY
SALISBURY, N. C
SALISBURY'S jlC GENERAL STORE
A FulJ Line of General Meicharidise
Constantly On Hand.
FOOT REST HOSIERY whether it's appearance
you want in hosiery or wheather it wear you will get
it if you get "Foot Rest " And thie too ie an enduce
ment to most of us. You'll SAVE ONEY.
Fall and. winter goods, heavy weight underwear
for men and women, also Drees Goods, Shoes, Pants,
Overalls, Hats, Notions, Crockery, Tinware, etc.
1 have a well selected stock of staple and fancy
groceries, country produce, ieed stuff, etc. When in
need come to see me.
Farmers are invited to make my place headquar
ters while in the city. Very truly
W. W. TAYLOR,
'Phone 39. 103 S. Main St., Salisbury, N. C.
The rJachovia Bank & Trus Go.
Is the Strongest Bank in North Carolina,
LARGEST CAPITAL, LARGEST ASSETS
This gives Safety and Protection to our Depositors
A perceat. pid on Saving deposits. You can open an
account with one dollar and upwards.
Sale ol Valuable Real Estite.
Pursuant to the terma of oerlain tnr
gage Deed of Trust executed by Esther
Alexander to the undersigned trustee on
October 9, 1915, and recorded in the office
of the Register of Deeds for Howan county,
in Book of Mortgages No 51, page 211,
deiault having been made in the payment
of the indebtedness therein secured, and
at me request oi ibe holder of the note
therein secured, the nndprslirnpTl imiisa will 1
expose for sale at public auction for cash at
it 1 i .
me coun nouse aoor in the city of Salis
bury, N. C, on
Saturday, October 21st, 1916,
at the hour of twelve M.. the fnllnwmo H.
scribed real estate: Beginning at an iron '
siase, a ue lorrenoe's corner on Phillips'
line; raws thence South 38 degrees East
A Clt I . m .
w ciiams io a sione, lorrence s corner;
thence South 61 degrees West 4 50 chains '
to an iron slake, Torrence's come' on G. G !
rcitcnies line; thence boutn 42 degrees'
East 7.15 chains to a stone, G. G Ritchie's
corner near the meadow; thence North 34
degrees East 10.50 chains to a stone, Sum-!
ner corner on Ritchie line; thence N rth .
42 degrees West 9 chains to a stone. Porter i
corner; thence South 42 degrees West 6.40 '
chat s to the beginning, containing eight :
and one-half (8) aires, and being a por-
tion of the land described in ihe first tract j
and deed recoided in book 78, page 586, in j
the office of the Register of DeedB of Rowan :
county, to which reference is hereby made I
This the 19th day of September. 1916. j
9 20 John L. Rendleman, trustee.
State of North Carolina, i
Kowan County J
Wingo, Ellett & Crump Shoe Co., and
E & M. Hirschler Company
H. L. Misenheimer.
By vir ue of two executions directed to
the undersigned from the Kunerior 'onrt
v - S. " '
o Rowan county in the above entitled ac-
. ' T 1 1
lions, win, on
Monday, November 6, 1916,
at the hour of twelve M.. at the Court
House door of said counlv. sell fn thp hiVh.
est bidder for cash to satisfy said execu
tions, all the right, title and interest which
the fcaid 11. Li. IV isenheimer hua in the
following described real estate, to-wit: A
ili.ii i . ...
vacam iei oi iana situatea in tne village of
Rockwell. N. f!.. niar thp Snnll.crn 51
way Company, and bounded as follows:
Ti f r . ., . ...
beginning at an iron feiake on the public
road; thence about south 184 feet to an iron
stake on J. A. Linn's line: thence about
west ISO feet to an iron stake on C. W.
Holslnuser's lin: thence about north 187
feet to an iron stake on L'. W. Holsliouser's
corner; thence about east 190 feet to the
beginning, containing eight-tenths (8-10)
of an acre, be the same more or less.
This the 29th day of September, 1916.
J. H. Krider, sheriff of Rowan county
John L. Eendleman, attorney.
Having qualified as administrator upon
the estate of Ira B. Trexler, deceased, this
is to notify all persons having claims against
said estate to present the same to the under
signed on or before September 22, 1917,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. And all persons indebted to
said estate are notified to call and settle
without delay .
Notice is further given that the under
signed will sell at public auction, on
Thursday, October 26, 1916,
at the late residence of Ira B. Trexler, in
JLi'.aker Township, beginningat 10 o'clock
a in , for cash, a lot of personal property,
consisting of hogs,! disk burrow, weeder,
wagons, buggy, harness, wheat-reaper.
onH-pl;:iiter, hor-e, cow, farming n en
si Is. clover ?eed. corn mm! various ai.d
sin dry articles too numerous to mention
This epteuiber '22, "19 1 'J.
(k rgk II Pi.iiss, Administrator
K F l No 1 i iiin i Grove IS
P. Lk.v Wine; in , t:or:;ey
Wantfid to icpairewinw; machines
and organs. 1 have also opened
a eneaai lepair shop at Rock
well, Bring- me your watch and
clock work. Will call at your
home to do your machine and
organ work. 'Phone or write to
C W Harrington Rockwell N C
Phone, Lovverstone, 3520.
This It a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better tha
Calomel and does not gv.ee or sicken. 25t
Is at hand . Are you equipped
with good vision so that you
can spendthese hours to the
Is a task to imperfect eyes. It
is a pleasure to perfect ones.
JOHN R. BROWN-
CHINA GROVE. N. C.
We do the Best a
Call at office or address
Wm. H. Stewart,
EditorTand Proorietor, Salisbury. N. C.
Cause 90 of all Your
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You can stop your losses destroy
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Farmer's Seed House,
119 E. Fisher St.
u oi Yaluaiile Eeal Estate
Under and by virtue of the i uihoiity
conferred upon ire by that nrtun
niorti ajje executed by Liliie Miller,
da ed Jiine '22 1915, duly reordt-d in
theolHce of the Register nf Detda for
Rowan county, in Book 60 page 2G6
default having been made in the pay
ment of the obligation thereby eecur--td,
I will on
Saturday, October 21, 1916,
at 12 o'c ock M, at the court house
door of Rowan county, uffer for sale to
the hiyhf st bidder for cash the foil wr
ing described real estate, lying and
being in the city of Salisbury, county
of Ri.wan, bounded as follow, to-wit t
one house and lot in the Fouth W ard,
of the town of Salisbury, beginning at
a stake at the side of the new Concord
road 110 feet in a northerly courge from
Ada Holmes' corner and runs in an
easterly course 146 feet to a stake
thence in a northerly course 44 feet to
a stake, corner of Martin and Mary
White's line; thenca with White's line
in a westerly course 146 feet to a stake
at the side of the Concord road, thence
in a southerly "couree with saii road 44
feet to the beginning. For further
particulars and back tit le, reference is
hereby made to the deeds referred to
in the deed made by Thomas Bradshaw
and wife, LiJlie Bradshaw, to Liliie
This September 15, 1916.
J, B. Beatty, Mortgaget.
Roger D. O'Kelly, attorney.
Jill! fill !
tested if r I 00 a
Stock iJAwVg"-M 1
Salt 4 -"V" antse.
He carries a full line of HtL
(Jrade Groceries at
rery low prices,
buys all kinds of Products
Chickens, Eggs, Bacon, and
vegetables. See him
Headquarters for Watkina
119 W. Inniss St.