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JO H V V'
and thrfejcjiiidiea of ; China
Groveycimii in Sritrir&.y to
visit her parents, Mr jaiid Mrs
J H Simeeon, Mr Sinkeson
has been very sick boiris some
better now. ,
Rev Bi C Kirk of Granite
Quarry, is, attending the
Methodist conference at Gas
The Christmas tree exercis
es of the Lutheran church
here will be held on Christ-.
maB day at 10 o'clock a. m.
The Ladies' Aid and Mis
sionary Society of the Re
formed church will hold its
monthly meeting with Rev
and Mrs H A Welker Satur-
day, December 2nd.
MM Brown has moved to
Mrs Holobaugh is no better
J T Wyatt shipped a pair
of millstones to Alabama to
day. W L Ludwick of China
Grove, was in Faith today.
He has rented his track farm
to Mr Earnhardt, who will
move here in a short while.
Venus has found out how
to keep his feet warm all
through the day and will tell
any one on receipt of two
imhd m mm
m You N
There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com
posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it will do the same for you.
You can't make a mistake in taking
The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark,
says: "I think Cardu is the greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before I began to take Cardui, 1 was
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spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel -as well and
as strong as 1 ever did, and can eai most anything."
Begin talcing Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.
Has Helped Thousands
Wsathn Firscast for December, 1916.
From 1 to 9, fair with slight
threatening along, some cool.
From 9 to 17, wind, rains and
lihtiy 'stormy, near snow.
From 17 to 24, rain with slight
snow, bat heavy north .
From 24 to 31, inow north,
changeable here and mild with
some cool along.
From 31 to Jan, 7, rain and
wuhi, some stcrmy. aiong, ; some
snow - .,
Not so mack rain Hill about the
17th to 28th and first week in
R-3, Box.167, Salisbury, N. O.
"I DON'T SUFFER
"Feel Like a
New Castle, InA "From the time
I was eleven years old until I was seven-
- teen I suffered each
I -i v. 1 .
i monu bo a naa to De
in bed. I had head
ache, backache and
such pains I would
cramp double every
month. I did not
know, what it was
to be easy a minute.
My health was all
run down and the
I doctors did not do
Si me anv rnrvl A
neighbor, told my mothrabout Lydia
E. Pfaikham's Vegetable Compound and
I took it, and now I feel like a new
person. I don't suffer any more and I
am tegular every month. "Mrs. Hazel
Hamilton, 822 South 15th St
When a remedy has lived for forty
years, steadily growing in popularity
anijt Influence, and thousands upon
thousands of women declare they owe
their health to it, is it not reasona
ble to believe that it is an article pf
,If you want special advice write
to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine
Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass.
Your letter will be opened, read
and answered by a woman and
held in strict confidence.
Tiiftir's fimanac for 1917, the big.
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ready November 10. Order
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copy Turner's Almanac, 190
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Sals of Valuable Real Estate.
Pursuant to the provisions contained in a
Mortgage Trust Detil registered in Book
No 53, page 110 nmde by Brown Walker
t ) L. E Trexler, fo the' protection and
benefit of the undersigned on the 9th day ol
February 1916, default having been madf
in the paj ment of this debt, for which said
mortgage was given to secure, the under
signed will sell at public auction, for cafh,
at the court house door in Salisbury, on the
23rd day of December, 1916,
ne following de cribed property at the hour
of tw Ive M : Resinning at stake on the
east edf;c of the old Moc! sville road, corner
of ihe A. M. Zion c lui ch lot. running
s S9 de ; E with faid line 435 feet t a
stake in !5 II Haris' Hop; thence . 121
d-yrees w-st 100 feet to a slaVe; thence N
89 deg. west 435 eet to a ttake in the east
edge of tqe o'd M cksville road; heiice N
12 J deg. east with the east edpe of said road
to the beginning, con ainingone acre, more
or less, said bnd being a part of the 'ract
nf land conveyed to R Harris by John S.
Henderson by deed recorded in the office
of i lit Re ;ister of Dted-i of Rowan county,
in l!-k of IvimIs No. 67, a' page 664, and
conveyed ly : R Hsrrisand wife to Brown
'lkron Vns. 11, 1890, and recorded in
Ro.iU o deeds No 78. page 87, in Vhe office
of the Utgister of Deed for Powan ccintv,
ronv-ved by the saicf Brown Walker to
si' "sty the debt provided lor in said mort
gage This November 21 1916
L E Trfxler, mortgagee.
T. G. Furr, attorney.
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do not Join in "clubbing offmrm." and
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to relieve with glasses, trou
bleM that fire sapping the
nerve supply by causing the
- muscles to work in an effort
to do their own focusing
JOHN R. BROWN
CHINA GROVE. II. C.
Horgage Sale ol Real Property.
Piir.-uent to the provisions conthiued in
m J :. 1 i.. t-.
a o gage lrusi ecu, renin ereu 111 dook
ofMorigHgss Number 45 at page 154,
made H. P. Jarrett nd wife Elma Jarr
rett, for the prntec ion and benefit of the
underri igned, on the 16th day of Oelob r
191 ;df fauft having been made in the pay
ment ol'thiH d bt, which the said mortgage
was given to secure, the undersigned will
sell at public auction, for cash at the court
house door in Salisbury, North Carolina, 00
Saturday, December 9th 1916,
at twelve o'clock noon, the following de
Bting lots six, seven and eight, in block
thirteen as shown Dpon tbe map of the K
A. Wheeler, addition, in the suburb of
Salisbury, North Corolina, said lots lroot
fifty feet each, on First Street, and extend
back one hundred acd fifty feet. For back
title see book ofD-eds number 103. at page
144. etc. in the office of ti e Register oi
Dee ds for Kowan Scanty, N C. For min
ute description of vd lots, see the abovr
map, and book referred to.
Beginning of a slake ou the sou hwesi
side of Meadow Street, seventy feet norths
we9t from theline of Spericer AVenne, and
runs thence; south 58 deg and 15 w. 170
foot to asta vu a twelve foot alley; thence
with said alley, north 51 deg 45' w six y
five fsel to a Hale 0 ence north 58deg, 15'
Cast 170 feet to a sta' e on Meidow Sire t;
thence with Meadow Street, south 51 deg.
45' E sixty-five feet to the beginMn;-, being
lot eleven in lie ck eleven in Whitehead
addition to SMiicer, Noith Carolina For
back tittle see hook 112 522 in tbe office o'
the Register iW' lieeds for Rowan county.
North t aroli a,
Conveyed the said B P Janet t and
wife to satijy fi:e dt b provided for in said
This ib "cMy of November, 1916.
r ouity r eoruary lerm '10
Statb of N$
In the Super!
S?. Win 7nd wife
Olive ?. Miuor
The delabdants above named will take
notice tl at ap action entitled an abo e has
been commenced in the Superior Court t
Kowan count) North Carolina to enforce
specific performance of contra t to convey
certain lands and the ti le to all that lMd
situatein the cj-yjoi 8 iisuiy and def crib d
ly metis and bo ind in Book of Deds o.
108 pace 4;"i6 to which reference is hereby
made which tbe defendants had contract id
;nd agreed to t-tll tnd convey to plainuff;
nd the said de erdant- wiil fun her lake
notice that tn y are required to appe r at
the term oj the Sti erior court of said count
to le held on the 12th day of February 1917
at the court house of Said county in Palls
bury N C and answer or demur t the com
plaint in said artion or 4he plaSriiff will
applj t ti e court or the itlief demanded
in said complaint
This November 4 1910
, ,.J, Frank McCubbltis. clerk.
John L Keiidlem n, attorney.
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Ball and winter goods, heavy weight underwear
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Pursuant to 1116161:108 of a certain Mart- -s
gage Deed of JTUBt executed, by Lewis L '
'osey 10 the undersigned trustee acd oort .;:
gagv.e, on August 17, 1914, which , ia . duly ; ;
recorded in the office of the iBegiater of .i
i'eedis for rowan county. 10 Book of Mort ?
ge8 Ko 48 page 274, detanlt haTingeenfu
made in the, payment o? . fbe indebtedneaa. "
therein secured; ihe undersigned will expoae
to Bale at public auction for cash at tbb' - ,
court houae door in Salisbury. N. J on .
Saturday December. 16, 1916,
at the hour of twelve M. tne following de
scribed real estate, to-wit: An undiyided
one-Bixth interest into fht- following lands:.
1st tract Beginning at a stake, Ube
Smith's corner on Lafayette Jowej's lint ;
thence N 86 dee. W. 1145 chains to a
stone, Overcaab'a corner on fiasingei'a linej
thence N. 86 dcg. w. 68 chains to a ,tone, .
John F ick's corner, thence 8 3 deg. wvC
20 22 cl aina to a stone, Flick's corner;
thence N. 85 deg w 1208 chains, to a
stake, Frick's corner; thence . S, 2 deg w. ,
20.65 chains, to a stone, Fi ick's corner, on
Shaping's line; thence ti 85 deg 8 29 43
chains to a stone, Lafayette JoeeyV corner; .
thence 2 deg E 20 60 chains, to the be
ginning, containing 73 acres, mora or less.
i-nd tract- -beginning at a stone, corner
to lot No 1, and running thence N 88
deg w 5.83 chains to a stone; thence 8. 20.25
chains to a small sour wood tree; thence 8.
88 deg. E 5.83 chains to a small white oak,
a corner to lot No 1; thence N 2025 chains
tojlhe beginning, containing by eat mation
11 acres, more or I ss, this being lot No 3,
in the division of the lands of tbe late
Daniel Overcash. Subject however to the
lite estate of John Josey in said lands.
ThisJSTovember 13, 1916.
John Josey, trustee mortgagee,
John Bendleman, attorney.
Sale oi Wis leal Estate.
By virtue of the power and pursuant to
the provisions contained in a certain mort
gage deed of trust, evecnted by Edgar L.
Peeler, on the 5th day of October, 1911, '
and recorded in book 43, page 144 of Bow
an county record of mortgages to Clemen
tine Bidenhour to secure the sum of seven
hundred (7000 00) dollars, borrowed money
as evidenced by a negotiable note promiso
ry note under seal executed 1 by Edgar I
Peeler on the said 5th day of October, 1911,
default having been made in payment of
said negotiable promisorv note, and it fur
ther appearing in said deed of trust thai
the undersigned Groyer C Waller is author
ized and empowered therein as administra
tor of the said Clementine Bidenhour, de
ceased, to foreclose said mortgage deed of
trust, and the said Grove r C. Waller, ad
ministrator, having demanded the payment
of said indebtedness as evidenced by said
note and mortgage, as holder and personal
represenative of ( lementine Bidenhour,
and said payment having been refused by
the said Edgar L. Peeler, the .said Glover
C Waller, administrator and personal rep
resentative of said Clementine Bidenhour,
herein offers at public sale the premises aud
real estate herein described, and the said
G rover C Waller, administrator, will sell
to the highest bidder for cash at 'the court
house dcor in Salisbury, N C, at 12 o'clock.
Monday, December 18th, 1916,
the following desribed real estate situated;
in the town of Faith, N C, and bounded as
Beginning at a stone corner of parsonage
lot; alto corner of Vvillie 8 Barger's lot,,
thence N 81 E 210 feet with parsonage- -line
to a stone. Thence N 13 W 200 feeV
to a stone, corner of Lee Peeler's lot,.
thence S 81 W 210 feet to a stone in the-
- v w . u jaiasi a iiuc. ' a'lifjuev .ix 11.
S 13 E 200 feet to the begsnnin k'ori- -taining
42000 equate feet or one,acre, more
The said seven hundred dollars (700.00)'
borrowed on raid properly was expended
in the construction oi the residence now
located thereon, which said residence .alone
cost nine hun 'red (900.00) dollars.
Title guaranteed. "
Grover C. Waller.
administrator of Clementine Bidenhour.
A. H. Price, attorney.
W. L Hampton I
da VV. Llampton J
The defendant above' named will take
notice that an action entitled as above has
been commenced in the Superior lomt of
Rowan countv to absolutely dissolve the
bonds of matriomnv aiow existing between
the plaintiS and the -lefendani and for the
granting of a divorce a vinculo to the plain
tiff on the grounds of adultery; and the said
defendant will further ta'.e notice that she
is reqaired to appear at atetci of the Sup
erior court of said county to be on the third
JMowday before 1st Monday in jarch 19 7"
at the court house of F-.id county in Sal is
biry. N.C, and answer or demur to the-
co.mplaint in said ae'iOn, or the plaintiff
win apply 10 ine coart lor the relief de
manded in the said complaint.
This the 18th day of November, 1916.
J. McCubbins, clerk of Superior court.
Notice to Mors
Havin&r Qualified as adminlRtminra T
A. Sloop, this is to notify all persons hav-
1 . .1 . 1 m
ing ciaims against tne saia decedent to file
an itemized, verified statement nt
same with the undernigned on or before the
in day ot Uctober, iyi7, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
Persons indebted to said estate are notified
to make prompt settlement.
This 18th day of October, 1916.
John A. Sloop,
Calvin A. 8loop.
He carries a full line of High
Grade Groceries at
ery low prices.
Buys all kinds of Produce.
Chickens, Eggs, Bacon, and
vegetables. See him
Headquarters for Watkin
119 W. Inniss St.