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April 23. Fannie Ward
Williams was born March
27th, 1897, and died April
21st, 1917, age 20 years and
26 days. She wag baptised
in infancy by Rsv J M L
Lyrley and confirmed in Faiif
E L church in April, 1914,
and was faithful to her death.
On June 22nd, 1916, she was
married to Griffith L Will
iams. To this union was
born one son who was only
two weeks old. Besides a
large number of relative's and
friends she leaves to mourn
her death four brothers, three
sisters, father, mother, child
and husband A large crowd
attended the funeral services
which were conducted by Rev
Love. Her body wa? laid to
rest in the Lutheran ceme
tery. The pall bearers were:
Will Beaver, Junius Fesper
man, .Clarence Williams
Clifton Garner, Tom Hess,
and J E Shive.
Venus understands that
James Holshouser's daughter,
about 16 years old , died Sat
urday night of Biigbt's de
cease. He lives near Christi
Mrs J H Wilke-son of Faith
was taken 4to the sanatorium
at Salisbury where she will
undergo an operation.
Otho Holshouser, who
lives on Lewis Kluttz's farm
has cotton ud that can be
seen from one end of the row
totne other, vvno ever can
Miss Vola Oasper of China
Grove is visiting friends in
P A Peeler's sale will be
held May J2Hi.
Mr and Mrs N M Barger
ure visiting their children in
Mrs John Rinebardt and
little son have just returned
from a week's visit to her
nephew Robert Mtssimore.
Born to Mr and Mrs Robert
Mesiirore. a girl, April 17th.
They live near Ebenezer
Fisher & McCombs are load
ing a car with millstons at
At J T Wyatt's store in
Faith one can get ,a seven
teen dollar cook stove for six
J T Wyatt has just moved
into his own new. home in
the center of Faith.
Roy D Peeler has returned
from Winston-Salem where
he was working ou the street
car. tie is now in the Jnrst
National Bank at Spencer.
His twin brother, Banks, is
in school at Catawba college.
Chal Eagle has just bought
a new automobile.
Clarence Wi'liams has just
bought a new automobile.
Miss Ruth Yates of Salis
bury is visiting her parents
here, Mr and Mrs Yates.
Mrs Bettie Frick and Mrs
J Nance went to Albemarle
to visit Mrs Frick'a daugh
H C Farmer, who has been
hired hands are working on
his farm every day.
Mrs II A Heaver a n Mas
ter Carl Ray have returned
to Faith from' a visit to rei
ativs and friends in and
around Orgau Qhueh Smr
day she worshiped in the
mother church where jrh.- w is
baptised and confirmed. She
also v'sittd her only uri 'le.
Obediah Hi ei who is now 84
yeais old. , ,
Mrs 11 A Beaver is - visiting
her ibiug!it-r .Mi s M L Jacobs.
aud son Hiram Jt Spencer
We saw the' following u a
small piece uf newspaper the
other day. T dd's Point Va,,
April lGtii ,1862. Mr JMoi
perhaps some of you' readers
would 1 ke to hear something
form the Davie Greys This
will inform them that we are
yet at Todd's Pjiut and in
all probability will remaiu
here until the exniratiou of
the present time o f our
enlistment. Our brigade is
on the Pt'niiifc-uln. A heavy
M L Jacobs and family oi
Salisbury weie pleaeent vitsi-j
tors at J D A Fisher's Sunday
eveumg. uiey came out ui
their new car.
Mr and Mrs Le AlcCrary
of Lexington spent a short
time in Faith Sunday after
noon having brought Miss
Mary St ire wait from their
home in Lexington where
she had been visiting for a
Price 50c, at all dealers- Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy--get
Doan's Kidney Pills the
same that Mr. Glover has twice
publicly recommended. Foster
Milburn Co.. Props., Buffalo,
JllUi iVt DIUWU5 JJU Ut)
CHINA GROVE, N. C
Fourteen Years Practice in Re
fraction and Fitting-of Glasses'
Headaches, Nervousness, Neural
gia, Dizziness, Nausea and many
other Nervous Disorders due to
Eye strain Positively Relieved.
Office: Sonth Main St.
Best Rimady for Whooping Zm.
"Last winter when mv little
boy had the whooping cough I
gave him Chamberlains, Cougfh
Remedy,' ' writes Mrs. J B Rob
erts, East St.' Louis, 111. It kept
his cough loose and relieved him
of those dreadful coughing spells.
It is the only cough medicine I
keep in the house because I have
tlie most confidence in it. This
remedy is also good for colds and
To Care a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cout4 Headache and works off the Cold.
SSStatiefund money if it fails to cote.
l'Tw. OKOVa-iamatore on eacn dox. jsc.
beat that trot out your cot-Uo very ill with pneumonia.
has improved a great deal
under the care of the trained
Venus understands that
Henry Barger has bought an
automobile, but cant get it
until it is made at the fao
tory. Who says Faith not
coming when her citizens are
buying automobiles, three in
one day, with several to be
bought here in the next week
or less? What town can beat
us on autos with a populafion
of 500 inhabitants? If you can
beat us trot out your town.
Charley Raney is having a
big pile of shingles placed on
tne ground to have one of
his houses covered, the one
Come ou all you correpoud
J 11 M -
ents we JiKe to read your
items every week.
Mrs Milas Stirewalt has
c ;rn hre inches high. Who
can beat that.
Geo H Smith of Salisbury,
arho is one of the best house
carpenters in the county, has
the contract to erect a store
house in Faith for Austire
Gardner aud conmenced on
it April 26th.
Milas Stirewalt and his
THE BEST OF SEED
will always be found at
our store. Seed Potatses,
jrn Sudan Grass, Clover,
Grass? and Velvet beans.
Also full line of all kinds of
garden seed. Dont forget
we keep Sal Vet for your
tocH and Poultry.
CHAS. C. ADAMS,
Farmer's Seed House 116-Easi
Fisher St., Salisbury, N.C.
In the Superior
He carries a full line of High
Grade Groceries at
very low prices,
Huys all kinds of Produce
"Chickens. Eggs, Bacon, and
vegetables. See him
Fieadquarters for Watkiz'
119 W. Inuiss'St.
CP. SHU PING
Stale of North Carolina
Lemuel G a mer )
Fannie Garner )
Tha defendant above named, will take
notice that an action entitle! as above has
been commenced in tne huptrior . ow, of
.Rowan County, Carolina, u. dissolve
ithe bonds of matrfcnony, and for an absolute
Idivorce upon th grounds that the plaintiff
land defendant have been separated aa hus
band and wife, and hayed lived apart for
sinore than ten successive years, and that
ithe plaintiff haa-resided in this State for
(niore than ten yeattjand the said defendant
iwill further take notice that ibe is required
tto appear at the terra of the Superior Ccurt
of said Bo wan County to be held on the first
tAlonflay in May 1917 at the Courthouse in
said County in Salisbury, North Carolina,
and answer or demur to the complaint of
the plaintiff in sal action or the plaintiff
trill appij to the.Court for the relief de
manded in raid complaint.
This the 4th day of April 1917.
Clerk of the , Superior t ourt.
A good friend stands by you
when in need. Salisbury people
tell how Doan'sKidney Pills have
stood the test. Mr. Glover en
dorsed Doan's over eight years
ago and again confirms the stor'.
Could you ask for more con
John W. Glover, shoere pairer,
130 N Main St , Salisbury, says:
'l suffered severely from back
ache and pains across my loins.
I couldn't get out of bed. Doan's
Kidney Pills had greatly relieved
one of the family of kidney troub
le and I began using them.
The pain in my back stopped
and I was soon well." (Statement
given January 6, 1908).
OnMarchlO, 1915, Mr, Glover,
said: I haven't had to take
Doan's Kidney Pills for a long
time. I still consider them to be
the best medicine for kidney
THE GLOBE NURSERIES,
BRISTOL, TENN -VA
Wholesale and Retail Growers of General Nursery Stock,
Organized 1903. Cap tal $50,000.
TRADE WITH A RELIABLE NURSERY. NO EFFORT
SPARED TO SATISFY OUR CUSTOMERS.
Agents Wanted. Salary or Commission.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 25th, 116
The Globe Nurseries, Bristol, Tenn.
Gentlemen: I had the very best success in all my deliveries at all points.
The people were so pleased that I did not have a single objection You know
that this is remarkable, no fault to find in near 100 deliveries The tree were
all in nice condition. Yours truly, (Signed) G. W. Pui,lBN.
J Confederate Veterans
Re-Union Washington, D. C.f
June 4th to 8th 1917.
Greatly Reduced Round Trip Fares from all points via'
Southern Railway System
Round trip Fare trom Charlotte 8 50: proportionate fares
from other points.
This rleUnion will be one cf the most Unique and Pat
riotic ever held, and will be largely attended from all over
Tickets will be good on all regular trains also Special
Traius operated from various points for this occasion. .
For fares, schedules, Pullman reservations, flee your near
et ticket agent, or write
S. K. BURGESS,
"The Southern Serves The South
Diyision Passenger Agent,
Charlotte, N. C.
State of North Carolina. I In the Supe'r Court
Rowan County f March term, 1917
W F Snider, George R Collins
and Mary F Henderson, ad-1 NOTICE
aunistratrix of John S Hen-
deraon, plaintiffs, j- OF
Salisbury Granite Company, SALE
a corporation, defennant.
Pursuant to a decree made and entered
in the above entitled cause at the March
Term of the Superior Court of Eo wan
County, 1917, appointing the undersigned
the commissioner to sell the . properly of
die said Salisbury Granite Company, a
corporation, and in obedience and under
signed commissioner herein the hereby
offers for sale at the Courthouse door at
Halisbury, N. C, at 12 o'clock noon. May
12th, the following described lands situate
in Rowan County:
' (1) lt'5 bcres In Salisbury township,
Rowan County, known as the new discover
ed gold mine, adjoining the land of James
lcOanless, T. M. Kernt and othes. For
boundry see deed of Mr J. M. Baden to
T. H. Vanderford dated April 14, 1891,
and registered in Book 74, page 10.
' (2) Another tract of land containing
' seventy-two (72) acres known a Ihe Belly
Kluilz fiat Kock, flace, adjoining the
landsof Edmund Earnhatdt. Adam Earn
hardt and others in Salisbury ' township.
For boundry see deed Irom J. M Hadtn
to T. H Vanderford, dated July 8, 191,
and registered in Book 74. Page 18.
(3) Another tract of land containing
about ten (10) acres in Salisbury lownnhip
adjoining the land of Henry Peeler, W. F.
Buckley and T M. Kerns, on the S'okes
Ferry. For boundary see Book 74, Page
14.in deed from Mitchell Foster and others
to T. H. Vanderford dated Junn 26,1891.
(4) The granite and mineral rights of
fourteen (14) acres ot land known as the
Edmund Earnhardt tract, adjoining the
land of James C. McCanles and others,.
For particulars and bout dary see det-d of
J.M. HadentoT. H Vauderfred dated
August 24, 1891, and registered in Book 74,
(5) The railroad right of way mention
ed in the deed of J. M. Haden to T H.
"Vanderford dated August 24, 1891, and le
gistered in Book 74, Page 20.
l6) The fee simple right to the soil and
fourteen (14) acres of land conveyed by
J.M. Haden to Edmund Earnhardt and
wife by deed,'dated June 30. 1891, is hereby
reserved and accepted but thin deed con
veyed the granite and inireral rights, the
said 15 acres being a part of the 72 atrs,
Betty Kluttz tract above described
(7) Another tract of fifty (50) acrs
more or less, known as the -afrii tract,,
being on the Norlh East side of the Yd--kin
Railroa I about five miles Irom Sl'sbwry,
For particulars and boudary see deed fron
J.S Henderson to T. H Vanderford dal?S
August 24, 1891, and registered in Book 74.
Terms of sle one-third c ash balance im
sixty day. Thi is a valuable granite
property locked near Salisbury and is eas
John Busby, Commissioner
A. H. Price Attorney.
The Mikado Light Opera Company Which Is Coming Here on the Redpath Chautpqua Program
: : Ml. yiwSSTO x v' JMAM, IP1 3 : '
"The Mikado," a comic opera in two
acts', text by W. S. Gilbert music by
Sir Arthur Sallivan, has been the great
est popular favorite of all comic operas
since its orinal production in the
eighties. Gilbert & Sullivan's operas
are pure English classics.
The Mikado" was first produced at
the Savoy theater, in London. March
14. 1883. The first American produc
tion was in Chicago In July. 18S5.
Then in 1911 there was an all star re
vival by Messrs. Shubert and William
A. Brady at the Casino theater. New
This charmpig travesty of Japan
will be produced sat tile Wg Redpath j pany of thirty, including the orchestra,
tent amid oriental scenery by a com- Orieatal setting! and beautiful Japa-
aese scenery will be used throughout.
Arthur AKL-idse, who will sing the
role of ;anki Pooh in the Redpath
production, is undoubtedly - thf tfrent
est interpreter of this role, he ha ving
scored tremendous successes iu this
part in connection with De Wolf Hop
per la the recent revival of the opera
in New York citj. Idr. ! Id'-' ige Is but
one of an ali star cast i.a is to a$,
pear at the bi? Redpap er.
The orchestra which wir play for
this production will b umier the dy
namic direction of Miss May Valen-
tine, a band and oro Nostra leader who :
is rapidly raining wide recognition.