THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN, SALISBURY, I?. O.
Oct 15 John M Beet show
ed U3 an Irish potato he raised
tnat weighed 21bs Who can
Carl Tioatman took a load
of young people in his auto
mobile to Mt Pleasent where
they went tt enter school.
Peter Swink has a pump
kin that weighes 501bs Who
can beat it?
J T Wyatt shipped seven
pair miilitones to Georgia to
day. The farmer who lives on
Lewis Kluttz's farm had a
corn shucking Friday night.
, Who can beat that for early
Venns spent Friday night
with Mr and Mrs R L Pickler
near Rockwell. We slept bur
ried in a good warm s' ft old
time feather bed and had
fcleasent dreams, Mrs Pick
ler is one of the best
house keepers we ever saw,
everything in the kitchen
and house is as clean as a pin
and she i a fine cook We got
some fine meals there Mr
Holshouser. the bid soldier,
Mrs Pickhr's father is still en
joying life and can entertain
anyone telling about war
times and the ups and dewns
they had during the civil war.
We met H Bowman the
the showman in Salisbury
Saturday. Ha was in Faith
one time with his sho w and it
was one of the best lit le
traveling shows We ever saw.
This show was in China Grove
Venns took dinner for the
first time with Charley Bar
per Sunday and got one of
the finest dinners we ever
had. Her light bread can't
be beat, Everything on the
table was home raised except
the pepper and It. lie has
two acres in fiue late Irish
potatoes and he is a good
Beauford Rinehart has gone
to Badin to visit his grandfa
ther, W D. Rinehart.
Mrs. P. A. Peeler and grlfrid
' diughteis Helen Jones, -has
gone to Star Town to spend
lu days with Mrs. Peeler'
daughter, Mrs, H.A. Feaper
man. Solomon Rinehart of Badin
has been visiting his brother,
John Rinenart, for a few days
before he leaves for the war.
Mr and Mrs John Rinehart
the following Sunday mht.
Everybody is cordially invited
to attend the services and if
they wish to take part in them,
they will be gladly received, for
we want to do this service for the
Lord and want the prayers of
Uncle Sam Needs 10,000 Stenographers and
Typewriters at Once.
" Washington. D O, October
15 Now that Uncle Sam has
th young men ot the country
iu training for military ser-
LOOK HERE FOR IT.
theChristian people who can and' vic he finds that he needs
cannot attend these services.
They m-iy accomplish a lot of
crrnA in mil pnm'mnnit.u fnr t.hp
sake of Jesus Christ who oied
oe the cross to redeem us from
our sins. So let's make use, of
that great loving and merciful
sacrifice by letting him cleanse
usin his blood Rosewood.
fflaly ft Salisbury Reader Will be Interested.
KWhen people read about the
c$es made by a medicine endors
eftfrom -far away, is it surpris
ing that they wonder if the state
ments are truer out, when they
reid of cases right hers at home
Mrs R R Boggs and son,
Claresceof Catawba, N C, spent
a few days with her sister, Mrs.
Ed Kale at Granite Quarry.
Mrs Hattie Kale of Albemarle
spent Sunday at Granite Quar
ry with her neice, Mrs Ed K tie.
J B McCombs, II P Lyerly.
C H Lyerly, E L Lyerly and Ed
Kale of Granite Quarry, went to
Camp Green at Charlotte Sun
day and reported a fine trip.
TheLadies aid Society at Gran
ite Quarry will have a play at
tfie school house Friday night,
October 19th, 19 17. entitled the
"Dutch Detective," for the ben
efit of the church. Admission
10 ?nd 20c.
Vr and Mrs John Safrit and
little son of Kannapolis, spent
Sunday at Granite Quarry with
Mr and Mrs Tom Peeler
Mr and Mrs Paul J Lyerly
has gone to housekeeping next
door to the bank.
Herman Wilkerson is assistant
to the agent at Granite Quarry
and they have a lot of granite to
handle now while the granite
works are. on a boom all along
the granite belt. Many carloads
of granite go out every day.'
Ele is studying telegraphy and
typing and is getting along fine.
' MILL BRIDGE.
John v organ and VV E
Lyerly took Mr M organ's dog
out the other night audit hid
never seen a 'possum before and
it caught one the first
10,CK)0 typewriter operators
and stenographers and type
writers, both re en and' women
for the Departments at
Washington. The CivP Ser
vice Commission has notified
ail f it's 3,000 boards of ex-MMrsT Robinson 122 E
aminers that they should put ST,, Salisbury, says.
foHh their best efforts to be- rheumatic twinges in my limbs
cur.' these urgently needed a3& back- 1 learned of the mer-
i i j tH'fpugh my friends and I used
tious are now held weekly V J -. ..
m Ar ritit thtt I InmniiaaiAii I
er I have noticed my Uidtieys
puive proof is within their
rich. tor close investigation is
jafeasy matter. Read Salisbury
endorsement of Doan's Kidney
Stal :8 that arrangements will
be made to have an examina
tion held at any accessible
iilaie where a small class rf
applicants can be secured.
The eu trance salaries range
thji least out of order
nsS back has been weak or lame
Ivijave . taken a few doses of
an's Kidney Pills and they re-
iPr'ice 60c. . at all dealers
from Sl: 000 to SI ,200 a year DkVt simply ask for a kidney
Promotion is reasonably rap- roSnedy get Doan's Kidny Pi41s
in iw QttT,tr;atb. same that Mrs Robinson uses
. IF&ster-Milburn Co, iVfgrs, Buf-
prove satisiaciory. io ap fb, N. Y
"point ments can be made to . -
there or otlaer positions m tlia WW Sale Ol Heal EStM
i?r(irai ciassinea civil service
1 Money worKs 24 hours a . fn l
M day andseven deys' a J
Iff est op. Investments does not Vv
Ly how in the statistical tables.
n fon o n f f iliA nrrhoicirhna rrn t al noA in o
i. i r: i I r"
umsauiuuiiAou uy ki vn mTtgge trust deed registered in Book 20
SerVCe Commission Under p&e 304, register's Office of Iredell County
8 Office of Fowan
74, executed by
ee Wright, Trustee
the civil service law. Any alf, in lx Agister's
. j . 4 a . Cnentv in Book 57 page
information to the contrary L 0verca8h to R Le
is unauthorized. This is a
default having been made in the payment
and children took an autoi?8. tr 80 co1 jiSht equinox
wiiMi Hior.-a ana cooi wave.
t)ip to Cabarrus County. to
vlMt Mrs Rinehart's sister,
Mrs. A.dam Hagler.
John Ritchie is moving
beck to Faith from Salsibury
in his owii home. There is no
place like Faith after all.
VenuB is invited to a corn
shucking at Mr Pickler's this
John Waller who has been
driving a two horse team
here for many years for J A
Feeler, is confined to his
room. He is not so very well.
A good road is being built
below Faith . now. It was
badly needed. Venus.
October 15th. During the
prayer meeting at Rock Grove
Church they had the pleasure
of having one of the best preach
ers ever known to have preach
ed there. He was young Rev.
Ruben Sowers of uearCooleemee
There will be pray er meeiiug
at Rock Grove M E Church next
Saturday night, Octber 20th,
also at Phaniel Baptist church
Venus if you can beat that trot
out your 'possum dog.
A young farmer at Mr and
Mrs C A Goodman's of Mill
C A Goodman and a crowd of
Utile boys went hunting and
caught. five 'possums with one
dog in one night. Who can beat
Weather Forscast for October, 1917.
Fiom 7 to 15, fair, clear,
some changeable, mild with
thunder, rain followed by
cold wave with frost along
From 15 to 23 rain and if
wind is north-east at from 8
to 10 pm on the 15th, cold
rain with snow north. From
plend?d Opportunity tO Serve of principal and interests the holder of the
vmir nnnntrv. Full informs. havin& demanded foreclosure, the nn-
ji I designed will sell, at public auction, to the
nun. may ue secured irom me ihj
secretary of the board of civil U
service exaniners at the post
test bidder for cash, at the court house
r in the Town of Salisbury, at 12 o'clock
ollice in your city.
North Carolina, .
Rowan county. In Rowan County Conrt
Snider & Company
EF Carter and N A
(jri gg, trading as
Carter A Gregg Supply Co J
m, on October 3Ut 1917. both of the tracts
d inscribed below, first separately and then
together, and will also sell at. the Court
hipse door In btatesvule at 12 o clock M.
5 33th day of October 1017,
tff firpt named tract, the following describ
iiFirst Tract: In Coddle Creek Township,
adjoining the lands of Whistori M- lion,
From 30 to Nov 6, fair and
frojy, with rain, tinea t;rg
October she v;s cold wave
along, with equinox, some
warm and some cool along.
Not- ail weather mentioned
in forecast does not mean
rain every day, but note the
expectingsiu sections, from 1
to 3 or 4 days rain as above.
Henry Reid, H-3, Box 167,
Salisbury ,-N VT
The Beauty Secret.
Ladies desire that irre
sistible charm a good
complexion. Of course
they do not wish others
to know a beautifier
has been used so they
buy a bottle of
LIQUID FACE POWDER
and use according to simple directions. Improve
ment is noticed at once. Soothing, cooling and
refreshing. Heals Sunburn, atopa Tan.
Pink, White, Rose-Red.
, 75c at "Druggists or by mail direct
Sample (either color) for 2c Stamp.
Lyon Mfg. Co., 40 Southfifth St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
The defendants above named will take Ick McKniyht, und oiheis, and beginring
notice that summons in the above entitled a Hicfeory, ..Mellon' coron r, thence
action wag issued against said tlefendants I yfth this line W. 70 polss to P. 0 N.
on the 3rd of October, 1917, Irom Rowan
County ( ourt, to recover the sura of Two
Hunddred Twenty nineDollars and Twenty
Cents ($229.20) by account, which, summons
is made returnable before said court at the
Court House in Salisbury, N, C. on Novem
,bei 5, 1917. at 9:30 A. M.
The defendants will also take notice that
a Warrant of Attachemeut was issued
by said court due November 5, 1917, against
the property ol said defendans which war-r
ran, is returnable before said court at tbe
time and place above named for the return
of summons, when and where the defendants
are required to appear and answer or
demur to the complaint, or the relief de
nia'ded will be granted
J. Frank McCubbinsT
Clerk Rowan County
John L Rendleman, Attorney.
R .wan County
I la Rowan County
A It VVertz
1 S Reams )
O S Reams will take notice that an
action entitled, as above, h-aa been
c mm need in Rowan rounty court to
u CDVPr the sum of four hundred, dol
lar? ($400 00) ag damages for breach
of cot; tract for failure to convey said
r al estate in accordance with the
wr'tt-Mi contract, and the said defend
ant ttill further take notico that he if
required to appear at Kowan county
c urt, the same to be held on October
9, 1917, at the court h me of. sid
county, in said State, at 9:30 ? m. ano
answer or demur to the complaint iai,
t I th" C JUEfc
in said com pi
This, September 6, 1917.
J Frank MoUubbins ,
Clevk Snperior Courl.
John L Rendleman, attorney.
.binniwg at a stone, G. G. McKniaht's
cpner; thence with his line N. IS W. 60
pes to a W. O ; thence Wl 27, poles to the
cpek; thfence down the creek 38J poles to
atiwee'gum iJtump; thence W. 83 F.. 33
p9e8 to the beginning, containing 6ix (6)
Terras of sale cash.
L his September 25, 1917.
j K. JLee right, trustee.
The undersigned, having qrfalified as
executor of the estate of L J Dancy, de
ceased, this is to notify all persons having,
claims against the estate of the said de
ce ised to present the same to the under
signed duly verified on or before the 12th
day of July, 1918 or this notice will. be
plead in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to the said estate
will please make immediate payment.
July 9. 1917.
J M Dancy, Executor of L J Dancy,
deceased, MooresvilTe, R F D., N C
Zeb V Turlington, attcrney.'
Notice to Creditor?.
Having q-ialified as administratis upon
the eptate of W A Ranisey deceased,
notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against said estate to present , tlic ,
Ktue 10 me unaersigned on or before Sept.
21, 1918, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery.
Any person indebted to the estate will
call and settle with the undersigned at
This September, 21.1917. I
Mrs Weston Capps Rarasev,
Bisoiai k Capps, Atty. A'dm'r, !
nston'a corner, thence with' hij line F.
5 E 25J poles to Mulberry; thence S 20
Hj:il4 poles to a Sweetgim; tnence S. 20 E.
poles to a stake, cor er of 5: thence
said lot E. 92 poles to a stake; thence
E 29 poleB to a stake at the corner of
tie barn lot, thence N. 75 E. 31 poles to a
fike; thence N. 20 E. 1GJ- poles to a stake,
tfjLhce S 78 E. 45 poles to a stake corner
o. 1; theace with said lot N. 52 poles
r&ja stake, G. G. McKnight'H line; thence
wh'hi8 line 123 poles,4o a sione; thence N
fc; poles to the beginning, containing six
tft(60) acres. See deed tJook 25 page 465
Te above tract is in Ired 11 ounty:
lecond Tr,act; In Rowan Count, on
tlddle Cieek, adjoining the lansof Locke
Knight,-Dan Fisher an-1 others, and at
6, P. SHUH
itafSfallf demand U 01 '
miaint. S? (irade Groceries at
3 very low prices.
Iibiiy all kinds of Produce
ghickens, Eggs, Bacon, and
vegtables. -See him
Headquarters for Watkitf
fi- Medicioe Co.
I" 'fhone 57.
If 119 W. Inniss St.
Cfi ForSale. A veiy fine fresh
jtnilkcovv. Apply lo T E Webb
R;. Salisbury, N C.
Peoples National Bank
That is why England is rich.
Money placed in a savings banK is ah in- ,
vestment safe and sure. -
MaKe yourself independent V
One Dollar Starts an Account!
t C V v
We carry in sto k or rnakH to orri --r any kind of medal
or rings cf the very' latest styles- in' solid gold and guai u
tee our prices. We also do the finest watch' and jewelry.'
repairing that can.be done arid every j b is fully guiraii
We carry the largest lirje of. Watfhe. Diamonds, ndf
J ew!rv in 01 in. t art; ina . aee ns ror reiiani-5. uooas.
no M IS REP It E 3 K N ;f A T 10 N S. '
W. H. LEflAOO Jawsf-'y & Ota me ad Merchant.
V'aliaceRknT-.' Sali?ryt N' a
SALISBURY'S BIG GENERAL STORE
A Full Line of
5 f I
whether i'I'h jw nrance
FOOT UEST HOSIERY
yon want m hosiery or wheaf'her if. war vm wil!
it if yon get "Foot Rest." And th s too is an eirfnce-
rnent to most of us. Yon'll SAVE MONEY.
Fall ano winter gociH, heay weight undj?wetr
for men womn, alsM Uivxs G ;. Shoen. Pantn,
Overalls:' Hat?, Notions, Crockery. Tinware, etc.
a: d f;nc
VVI eu in
. X have p. ?cell eelectei nck of staph',
groceries, count rj produce, ieed,plnftr. etc
need come to" Hoe me.
Farnjf rs are invited to make my place headquar
ters wliile in the ciiyi Very truly.
; W. W, TAYLOR,-
Tboiue. vi9 103 S. Main St , Sn??! ury, N. C,
""M"m"Tr111" "I"' ii ii "K'iii i iii'hi mmi ' i i hi n I, i nw J
w Tim 'tasjtasaas
i An Ambition and a. Record;
J TKE needs of the South L.re identical with the needs
J of the Southern Railway: the growth and success of one meant l
J the upbuilding of the other. Tv-:-' '
The Southern Railway asks no favors no tpecial orivileee not
i accordf-d to others. v !
The ambition of the Southera Railway Comoanv is to ee that !
i unity of interest that is born of co-operation tjetwewa the public and
tbr raiireadd; to reperfeaed that fair and f ranlc'policy in the manage-
Bent o railroadj wnicU invK.3 tLe confidence of eovemmental
arenciesj to rcaHze that liberality cf treitnent -hich will enable it 1
to obtain the additional capital ner led for the acquisition of better and '
eniarei facilities incident to ilic demand for increased and better
ervke; and, finally
To take its niche in the body politic of the South, alongside of
Other ereat industries, with no more, but with equal liberties, equal
tights and equal opportunities.
" The Southern Serves the Souths"
E8 a genera IF banking business
Uv invites your accotinr.
tWE PAY I0UK.PLK CtWT m:er.st
egry three mat lbs in our pav.ngn drpjirt-
' 'Ijf'ronipt, c.pr. tt .-and confidential
ti given to wi iHine. s entrusted
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