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Salisbury, Oct- 25 1916
NATIONAL, STATE AND COUNTY
BEMOORAT10 TICKET.
For President:
Woodrow Wilson
Vice President:
" Thos. B. Marshall
STATE DEMOCR ATIC TICKET
For Governor:
T. W. Bickett
For Lieutenant Governor:
O. Max Gardner
For Secretary of State;
J. Bryan Grimes
For State Treasurer:
B. fi. Lacy
For Secretary of Agriculture:
W. A. Graham
For Commissioner of Labor and Printing
M. L. Shipman
For Commissioner of Insurance:
J. B. Young
For Corporation Commissioner ;
W. T. Lee
v FOR CONGBESS 8th DISTRICT
R. L. Don gL ton ,
FOR THE STATE SENATE
Stahle Linn'
House of Representatives:
Walter Murphy
Oscar H. Philips
County Judge.
B. Lee Wright V
Sheriffi
James H. Krider
Register of Deeds :
Jebn C, Deaton
County Treasurer:
Joseph C. Kesler
County Auditor;
E. B. Ne&ve. Junior
County Surveyor :
N. A.TrexIer
Coroner
D. LSidea
County Commissioners:
Joe 8. Hall
C. f J. Fleming
B.-E. Gray
Wm. Hester
v N. Whithe Menius
F. DeWitt Patterson
L. A. Kesler
Prohibition Electoral Ticket
' v - At Large:
; J. M. TEMPLETON,
of Wake. ,
TIIOS. P. JOHNSTON,
' of Rowanl
r
1st District: . ,
: GEO. F. SEYFFERT,
of Pasquotank.
2nd District:
F. J. NELSON,
of Wilson.
3rd District:
GILES HINSON,
of Wayne.
4th District:
J. M. HILLARD,
of Wake.
5th District: -A.
G. HOUGH,
of Guilford.
6th District:
W. H. VAUSE,
of Columbus.
7th District:
N. W. NEWBY,
of Montgomery.
8th District:
H.H.HARPER
-. of Rowan.
9th District:
' W. M. WHITE,
of Gaston.
10th District: .
P. P. McLEAN,
of Swain.
Ask for tickets at the polls.
Dean of Lutheran Ministry In South Has Pass
ed Away. '
ov. vj . xj. jjrj uuoiuj,xy. XJ . ,
for more than 50 years an em
inent minister of the Luther
an iChurch, founder of St.
Mark's Church of Charlotte
and builder of probably more
missions than any Lutheran
minister of recent years in
the South, rasped- away at
his home in Charlotte early
last evening after an illness
that had continued for more
than two years. For the past
month or more his illness had
been critical and owing to his .
extreme age of 89 years, no
hope for his recovery was
ever entertained. In addition
to hifc widov. he is survived
by two daughters and three
ons.
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FIGHTING TURNS ON GERBMNSjJlT VPOH
Switch Offensive Possibly as Counter
to Ad-
yance of Teutonic Allies in
London, Oct. 25 Military
experts heie point out- that
the French coup at Verdun
has regained virtually all the
ground lost, in the second
battle ot Verdun. Um was
accomplished with lightning
suddenness in a single day,
whereas the Germans occupi
ed nearly two months in
wresting this ground from
the French.
London, Oct. 24. Switch
ing their offensive from the
Somrae region in Fraoce, pos
sibly as a counter to the ad
vance of the Teutonic Allies
in the Dobrudia jegion ofl
Rumania, the French have
smashed the German line of Hermannetandt has been
north aud northeast of Ver- broken. Bucharest announces
dun over a front of four and that in an attack along the
one-third miles, penetrating j entire Oituz region the Ru
it along its entire length, in ( manians captured several
the center gaining a distance hundred prisoners and ten
of nearly two mile3 guns. '
Preceded by a violent bom j Frcm the Baltic Sea to the
bardment," such as marked Carpathian Mountains a per
the great attacks and counter
attacks during theidays when
Verdun was the focal point
in world interett, the offens
ive was delivered approxi
mately from the eastern bank
of the Meuse River near Bras
eastward to the Damloup
battery.
When night fell, the vil
lage and fort of Douaumont,
in the center, were in the
hands of the French while
on their left wing the French
men had pushed beyond Thi
aumont and captured the
Haudeiemont quarry and
taken up positions along the
Bras and Damloup front. On
their right wing considerable
progress also has been made
from Douaumont to Damloup
More than 3,600 prisoners and
quantities of war material
were captured by the French.
In the Dobrudja region of
Rumania, the Germans, Bui
garians and Turks are giving
no rest to the Russians and
Rumanians who continue in
retreat along'the entire front
from the Black Sea to the
Danube River, although at
some points they are vigor
ously opposing the advance
of the invaders,
Rachova on the r'ver a
short distance below - Tcher
navoda and Madjidie, on the
railway midway between Tch
ernovda and Constanza have
fallen into the hands of the
in goodness and
in pipe satisfaction
is all we or its enthusi
astic friends ever claimed
for it!
It answers every smoke desire vou
or any other man
cool and fragrant and appealing to your
smokeappetite that you will get chummy with
it in a mighty short time !
Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our say
so on the national joy smoke?
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C
hands of the Teutonic Allies
In-4 he latter region calvary,
is pursuing the retreat Basso
Rumanian forces Well to the
north of ihe railway line?
More than 6,700 prisoners
liavfl hftAn tnktm rw TTiplrl
Marshal von Mackensen - -Constantinople
reports the
operations of Turktsh jBib
marines in the Black St-a off
the Rumanian coast in tbr
sinkiugof a 3,000 ton Ruman
ian transport aud sailing
supply ships bound for. Con
stanza with provisions.
Predal to the southward 'of
Kronstadt on the TransyK
vanian trout has been capture
ed by th Austro-Oermans
according to Berlin and re
sistance cf the Rumanians in
the Rotheuthurm pass eouth
ioq. of comparative calm has
again set in.
On the Austf o-Italiau front
the Austrians and Italians
at various points, especially
on th&Asiago plateau, in the
Sugana Valley in the Plava
sector of the middle Isonzo,
and on the Carso front are
vigorously bombarding op
posing positions.
The Serbs in in the Cerna
region of the Macedonian,
front have put down a Gar
manBulgarian attack and
themselves delivered a thrust
which was rewarded by the
capture of several trenches.
In the Dorian sector the
British also captured a Teu
tonic Atlied trench. Floods
are interfering with opera
tions ou the Struma front.
Four British and four .Nor
wegian steamers have been
sunk by submaries or mine'.
The tonnage of the British
steamer sunk aggregate 12,
291.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 25c.
The People's fair is in ses
sion now The weather be
ing ideal for the occasion,
there is the biggest crowd
from every direction partici.
pating in the fair,
-
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up Syst a
The Old Standard general strengthening tecje
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drive out
Malaria, enriches the blood, and builds up the sys
tem, A true tonic For adults and children, 50c
joyment.
ever had! It is so
Albeit
TEW, neckofthe woods you drop into. For, Prince IPJuj kVUO W Wmm i iSS
Albert is right then at the Brat place you f f!MIIMUH& JriMJ ISMli i 1
SJV paaa that sella tobacco I The toppy red W M WWW TT j M 5 ( i J il ftTiTTTTl t'SB
fSfc, bag sella tor a nickel ana the tidy red
w& nn ror ame; rnen mere a xnenana- h i
mome pound and half-pound tin
cryatal-glasa humidor -with I j Jji!
aponge-moiatener top 1 ! M
CK that Meepa the to- I H!lr,
V. bacco m auch K
bang-up trim . I j
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It Brings Relief To Boy Standing
- His Watch Deep In
Mud.'
Once upon a time, only a few months
after thisterrible world war had begun,
Private Bailey, a soldier in the ranks
had stood for days in the trenches
"somewhere In France." '"The cold
rains soaked him to the skin; the mud
was deep. He had had no rest, weary
and achincr with rheumatic pains, he
trailed the faith his mother had in
Sloan's liniment. He asked for it in
JUS UvAU icuvct uvwn fc, wvvu
was immediately sent him and a few
applications killed the pain, once more
he was able to stand the severe ex
posure. He shared thia wonderful mus-
cie-sootner wiwi uawuuuci awj. ,
Bit Bgrccvl lit TVoo iuc gicavcav viuuiw-
ment" that had ever come to their
rescue. At your druggist, 25c, 50c
and $1.00 a bottle.
Tho People's Fair Opens.
The People's Fair was for
maljy opeDed Tuesday and
will continue till next Satur
day. Big crowds of people
are pouring in from every
where in the county. The
weather this week proves tb9
most favorable and the fair
promises to be the greatest
success in its history.
Mr. Bradford Knapp of the
department of agriculture
in Washington, delivered an
able address to a big audience
on the grounds.
The feature of Tuesday
morning was the parage of
school children ot the city
and county, marching from
the city to the grojuds
The midway is the greatest
that Salisbury ever had and
as big as the grounds can
accommodate and already
patronized liberally all the
time
There are the usual agri
cultural and other exhibits
but it is understood that this
time they are better in every
way.
Many of the business hous
es in the city are going to
close tomorrow for a half holi
day that, all can attend the
fair.
Plies Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Blind, Bleeding orProtruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.
The first application gives Ease and Rest. 50c
Gasoline is tbe king of the oil
markets and its rule extends
over many paupers who refuse
to walk, no matter how high it is
Prince Albert gives
smokers such
delight, because
it flavor is so different and s
delightfully good;
it can't bite your tongue;
it can'! parch your throat;
you can smoke it as long and
as hard as you like without any
comeback but real tobacco hap
piness !
On the reverse side of every Prince
Albert package you will read : -
" PROCESS PATENTED
JULY 30th, 1907"
That means to you a lot of tobacco en
Prince Albert has always been
sold without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality 1
Copyright ltl
by R. J. Reynolds
Tobaeeo Co.
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OB AGCO IIS! PREPARED
AW MG1 EXPERIMENTS TO
tiCHTFUL AND WHOLE;
IHUVHWbi ltl I- i 'l W .
OMETOBACCOfp
TUs" b the reran tide . of tk
Princa Albert tidy red tin. Read
this Patented Process" mastaga-to-yoa
and realize what it means
la making Prince Albert so much
to yowt liking.
mma. Kimm w ml r:imi m iw.ww,. i! ttti .ra
We are Read for a Record Break
ing Business this Fall. Never before
have we had such a Big Stock, most
of which was bought many months
ago while cotton and all other prices
were very much cheaper- than to
day's prices, and we are giving our
customers the, advantage of our
early buying and we are selling lots
of merchandise as cheap or cheaper
than we can buy at today.
Take a tip fronTus and buy all the merchandise you
need for the winter as early as possible as prices are
bound to be much higher when we sell out of goods in stock
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Our Fall Shoes were all bought very early in the Spring
and wsre much cheaper than ,we can bny for today.
We have a Big Stock of all kinds of Heavy Winter
Phoes, and prices not much higher than iaft Fall.
perfection
' LP tMOKEiHjgfli HEATERS '
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r II W I Anywhere about the house ?
J ' ..vSs.- Yi I I that extra heat is needed, you're r
- 1 - Jl' I sure f comfort if you have a
A I SA J M 1 Perfection Heater. It means
f ' ffii kf I 1 preparedness against sudden
L V iJ Sk 1 llfcoo! g changes in the weather, com- '
CPP 1 fort insurance when the fires-
J ! &-Xva::-: . J As easy to carry as a work-basket. ' '
jh (mfl m! Clean. Handsome. I'
III :Sf " J I It cheap inexpensive to bay and
I 1 1;-;-:";- -lg costs far less to use than any coal j
LSfJ Tl1 ET''''r J iyfey TB There's a Perfection driving away
?Cr IvW kWr" t3sav-S' 1 every chill frcm each of 2,000,000
Jk 1 VV feS B lomes today. Ask your dealer. fij
'.V- . '- "raf alS 1 Use Aladdin Security Oil
fi7V".-PP 1 STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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'I J?.Keller?us, Mal tu1beT' ttte exceptional tooth paste, send 6c In stamps
id your dealer's name to Vlvaudou, Deptt S. Times Building, New York, N. Y
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You Get GOOD Value at ANY Price-Silk, Lule or Cotton 5
25c to $5.00 per rair ' U
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i'rompl attenion givfn to any ! -j-
nees entrusted to us.
Your business oIit.: ted.
Peoples Matronal Brnk
John 8. Henderson, J. D 'civ rrt
president. ;
0. L. GaskliJ, W T Ili-' v,
Tfes Ladies - Home Journal, Be Saturda
Evening Post and Tbe Country Gentleman
Wish to secure the spare time of
a man or woman to act as local
representative in Salisbury and
vicinity, looking- after the renew
als of their many subscriptions in
this section, and introducing- these
publications to new readers. Pay
meat will be made in salary and.
commission. Previous experience
is desirable but not essential.
For details address with refer
ences Bo. 654 The Curtis Publishing-
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