KL J Mi
.dmiral JJewey, kDOwn as me i fcspeia
1 TV V ' 1 J I I I I II
I 1 1 1 TTT flir 1"T1 7 n UU. T.I 4 m
sroremnTja 'Kay, jma-wnp-nas
The next treak on trie calendar
nana nmruinp ...
' 1 ' ! rvmvifv n.nd,,itnis peUevea,, i
ratlin wui tiu a uig
aW JattPeloans are
: y 4 , . a i-,- i - -1 yi .j hi. t. i i wi cm uu va. j j z. w w
fePbe'i Mh there is no
;o WW will draw
I ft. Ewad.te. urn. -cffiria: Iffifo
"tSU be a mMpjr telW
'wawr ""'ywr-ac Tfc r-t i VJiTvlr fa r thtfrwif nose QfcO
MWhit lUmffiH rth more tE
itt. iav.'iwa nwv, -r.-
WbTOTSotW tBSn straight farm
WexJr fee rgxeal:
Fireand others intj
n "P-i a turniPV! , . .. i ...
IfighfiOTg oney for the loans
iHWWffltmaTO8alW irom the dis
-once will attract more attention jr;n,, , ,,h , ,
, I crlv icliivi uaun clu wiuuiwu.,
The "Leak" inquiry now lp- Wr ict-iana
imryKdmir:hs m likeiy be a grekt
mers of the coun-
cIudsSecrGar173feAdo,MkUl V, v .
mannenryoi m ayu& ivu o DocmTf tii e farmers oi tne coun
(SPJSP WirfMP ,hc result of the pro-
AfcMtS'JfsP? JfeSitenessof the Wilson ad-
,trrff.,thP! Cmaa ambassador. v, -
uK6ftiSfifftofi6ry Prom 8 to 16, fair, with sleet
Tho JnquiJvULBrobabWknd rain. some snow northwest,
111 WfVUV DW-CIO CliiV v. null
ma&x. oiaers and be ad cod winds along.
extended affair. From 16 to 23, wind ana rain,
by short storms from west,
as been playing havoc QmG snQW and cold along
iimiffltiXem cttlHABOTIS threatine
A t:n 9Q f n.i r and f rostv
adftTiiemmt rWet along with threating rain and
1 itits with TnnrVi rptr annw Sonift fiOld W1I1QS.
meetings of the various banks of
Salisbury were held during the-
it week, officers e'ected, divi
dends declared and all were
found to be in fin condition.
Tbe officers for the Peoples
National Bank are as follows:
N B McCanles8, president.
J D Norwood, vice-president. ;
W T Busby, cashier.
Jnhn MeCanleas. assistant!
Officers for the Davis and Wi
ley Bank are as follows
President, 0 D Davis.
Vice-President P B Beard
Cashier, J M McCorkle.
Bookkeepers, James and' John
The Salisbury Bank and Tr ust
Company re elected its old of
ficers and reported an increase
of deposits of 1102,000, making
its insets S239.326.60. W E M
Whirter is cashier of this pro
, The Wachovia Bank ami Trust
Company with headquarters in
Winston Salem, reported a splen
did ye'ar's business and the of
ficers of the Salisbury branch
were re-elected, to-wit: Dr L H
Clement, chairman of the local
committee, and W P Snider,
The officers of the First Na
tional Bank of Salisbury are as
H N Woodson president.
Dr R V Brawley, vice-president.
W B Stracham, cashier.
E H Woodson, assistant cash
I Art "4 r JT-T-A Ti J.V1
A Ifr WBABf ega.v snow. Some cold winds
v.-ii', . ;T r J HYnm to eb. b. iai
M Wtrflnfe"?)? its wind 110rtheast on the 29th at
rmrtct hva rev. snmo f i i -
Prom 29 to Feb. 6, fair, but if
ooibve to. some ft.L A , a if
n&XSi-nn&filv s- southwest, cold rains, if due
. v.v. ... -t-p-T-rf . . ..
SVl affifiMK" Hon
ftoTd? 'Thos A
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up Sys
The Old Standard srtaeral streagrtheriii
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, an;
Mltlenrictaes the blaod,an( br. ids u p thi ,ys
m. AtfMtotuc For adults and Children v
eVuhrnSTVuSM OfiO W
EtS'. rririiasyoir are gone
ltchman notes that Dr
?leacy,V1pastor of the!
vterian enurcn oi
Second. PresDv.te . ... I
lariotte, is otit m aavocacy oi j
arlptpe, is. ou , . 1
i 11UU Hit) 1) . - , .
;o sav a word at any time
lnMefSfiffvtl-iiricr that mar tirari
ASjfeldered a prerogative
o&etSEe1. No doubt reforma.
fOTfps6 fS reclaiming wayward
tfiofhave some merit and we
auosBis long as the world ex
PIS&5m with tho most, stren
jfiieiJSrts to prevent it, v-Lere
ftf fe a certain amount of hu-
nfaii Junk, but our idea of refor
mrnJories is, that at best, they
(administered and exist mere-
l-ras a"pound of cure," while the
xmnce of jirevention' ' woula be
far more efScatious, Why not
hold parents responsible for the
conduct of their offspring, just
as we do when a man's stock de
stroys a neighbor's garden, and
note the result. No, we prefer
to patch rather than protect.
vest, sleet. There is not much out of the
January snows Som cuiu di doi by tbe waring
days and warm days along, and ul"luolJ 6 , '
. J n. . cCH InaInno met llflW hilt MlA Kpit.lfih
sliort storms rrom is to zo. nww0
Heniiy RUD, tare planning a big drive ror
Route No. .3,' Salisbury, N. C spring.
It Always Helps
tayt Mrt. SyivtflU Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
wiitlng of htf experience with Cardui, the woman's
tenia tie wys further: "Before 1 began to use
Cardui, my back cai head would hud so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardry able
to 4o any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do ail my housework,
as well as run t big water mill.
1 wish every suffering wpman would give
The Woman's Tonic
a trial I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc, are sure signs of woman
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the wornan s
tonic Voti cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty ye ars.
D6nt!Rtib It, On
Bruises or Sore Muscles
loan's' Linfment quickly pene
trates and sootnes turnout
rabhina. Cleaner than mussy
plasters or ointments,, does not
6tain the skin.
Have a bottle handy' for emergency,
Theumatic aches and pains, neuralgia, lum
bago, gout, 6trn'i-R, sprains and lame back,
yield to Sloaa't Liniment.
At all druggists, 25c. 50 and $1.00.
-- : . ' ,.IJ 1. - ' .1 (I 1.
Hemznw JtJiist; ana onouiacrs
are possible If you will wear -a scientifically
constructed Bien Jolie Brassiere.
Tbe dragging weight of an unconfined bust
BO stretches the supporting muscles tliut
tbe contour of the figure is spoiled.
1 m mm rrr
pnt the bust back where it belongs, prevent the r-
full bust from "JrfPS Jhe appearance of fiab- si
biness, eliminate tbe danger jof dragging muscles e;;"
and confine the flesh of the shoulder gjii) a v
graceful line to the entire upper body. fes
They are the daintiest and most serviceable gar- g!
tnents imaginable come in all materials and
styles: Cross Back, Hook Front, Surplice, Banr!- r
eau, eta, Boned with Walohn," the rustless Sf;
honing cermittinr washing without removal.
ftave yoor dealer show you Bien Jolie grsssiorea, 3
it not stocked, we will glaaiy cead him, prepaid,
samples to show you. ggj
( BENJAMIN & J0HN3S r g
51 Warren Street Kc-vav!:. N. J gj
Biwey- tO L'-a-l- On improved farm
lands .L L.o wan county. Five
year loans at No loans
considered for les than $1000,
not -on les than forty acres.
."Write P, V Critcher, attorney,
Jxiagfc0n, N. C. ' ,
I "-Got rid of dandruff
j it makes til scalp itch and the hair fall out Be
rnse aboutyour hair, cultivate it, like the women iu
I Paris do. They regularly use
i. r F
m PiADtfS EMI Dl
thft wonderful French Hair ' Tonic. Try it for your
ilf. "Mote its ftitaiiisiteimalitv and fraprance. Aristo-
I rraftc men and women the world over use and endorse
this ia mous preparation. It keeps the scalp clean and
white and preserves the youthful brilliancy of the hair.
! Bttra 50c bottle from your dealer or Bend 10c to our Ameri- K
i Cim utrice-s lor a testing Dottle, iioove an tnings aon z negricct
j rTIro.rmUDPeptU ED.mADDNew York f
f from Haclnncr
After a night of restlessness
due to a hacking cough, with
. its strain and disturbance on
your - whole system, you fed
Da not let the cold wear you out
and encourage more serious illness.
Take Dr. King's New, Discovery
and get grateful relief, it quiets die
annoying cough, relieves the colds
and gripper-rmakes you fed com
fortable agam and you get the
much needed rest.
Your druggist has sold it
for years. Try it ,
To the Tax PaycVs oF Rawan County: . . . '
You are urgently requested to meet trie unaersi8ucu ...
and places named below, and settlo your State and County 1 axes.
Your attention is respectlully called to the fact that these taxes are
past due and that the law requires me. to make an earlier settlement
with btate and county, ana 10 ao so rausi t.uiwi, .
Atwell and Steele
at. Bear Poplar
a' Sberrill's Store
at J. Corriher Store
at China Grove
at Shuping's Mill
at Oveccash's Store
at Gold Hill
at Granite Quarry
at Morgan M'r Ground
at Williams' Store
at Mill Bridge
H - ,
c Onyx9 3 H Hosiery
You Get GOOD Value at ANY Prico Silk lisle or Cotton
1 per pair
25c to $5.(
Emery Beers Companyjm.
153-161 EAST 24th ST.
WITH YOUR COMPLEXION?
care of your complexion
id your complexion will take care of you.
CHOOSE PURE AIDS. CHOOSE CRCME ELCAYA
PURE, DAINTY, TOILET CREAM THAT HAS STOOD
THE TEST FOR YEARS.
"makes the skzn like velvet Nj
SEND 10J TOR '.ARGE SAMPLE ,
JAMES C. CRANE7.; 1C1 FULTON ST., NEW YORK
Tuesday, January 16
Wednesday. Jan. 17
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Tuesday January 23
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Friday, February 2
Cleveland at Barber's Junction
This the 29th day of December, 1916 - ,
J. SI, KRIDER, Sheriff off Rowan County
:''''"For a cenerous trial tube of this exceptional tooth paste, send tc ta stomps
and your dealer's name to Vlvaudon. Dept. 5. Times Building, New York. N. Y. 1
r " 11 SS55
S; Li iJ n .
2j cj ?
Well, way back in 1901, after I had been
in this bright, happy world for several
days, I began to get worried like, I didn't
have any name.
Folks were calling me "it" and "the new
one" and "whatdya-call-it." I didn't like
it a bit Then one day I heard the Big
Chief telephoning all his department heads
to meet in his office.
Pretty soon they all came filing in. Tall
chaps, short chaps, fat chaps and sKinny
chaps. "Now that he is here," said the
Big Chief, "what will you name him?,f
My! how they wrangled and wrangled
and wrangled. You know, you have heard
them argue whether He'd be called Jack
or John or Jim before. Finally, one fellow
spoke up and said :
"Why not call him 'SOVEREIGN'? His
mother was a" Virginian, his father an
aristocrat of, the Carolinas. He comes
from the very best stock. He comes from
the very sweetest, ripest, mellowest Vir-
ginia and Carolina tobacco. He is being
raised right in one of the cleanest, whitest,
healthiest hones on earth. He is a South
erner born, a Southerner bred, a Southern
gentleman the king of them all a real
The Folks of the South KNOWgood blood.
The Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco.
SOVEREIGN the best is none too good a name." So I was named, friend,
for I want you as one of my friends, and it means a whole heap when I say
I am guaranty
If you don't like me return me to your dealer and get
your money back. I have said it A Southern gentleman is known
the world over f or koepLig his word, and I have given you mine ;
OP THE SOUTH
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