- ; ; "- - - : -x i . --5 -jrT--- - ... . , . .--. -
- . - ,
- - - .im"m T . . -. . '' - - ' . . " ' ; - r rigs --
; ' ' ' ' - ' - .- " - -. -r .. ' . . . " ij ' . -. . . .
hoc Km-in-nr. a. n aw itiirtmnniip.. - in n unit uiht t -
; J.uno v,Jl?3"v " - " - j
.AL ' WB-SSiBS8 solQ u,s otQ one sTa ",uui
: 1 -
zWritteh by. I , Earnhardt and Webb are out
shredding corn for the public.
They were at RL Bangle's and
Burges Cauble's. They got a
fine dinner at Mr Cauble s.
Prank Jackson - has sold two
. He has a good
I Salisbaiy Reader Will Eeel Gnttfel rWra32SS5
ror mis iQisrniauon.
give of si denes will bteak any case, end
fSiaken then as ft tonic the Fever w5U not
, : E'AITH.
J R Kuvkendall has bought
An antnmobile and he goes to his bales of cotton
work for many miles instead of cook and houselieeper and he
oing on the train. He is one is getting along fine,
of-the' best stone masens in our A brother and sister in afam
town; ' . - . ily here have their birthday on
E P Kuykendall and wife have the same day. What family can
gone to Asheville to visit Mrs beat that?
Kdykendall's parents for three We took a. trip . with George
or f out months. ' Park in his automobile. He is a
E P Kuykendall has just fine young man and knows how
Wffftt -what is known ,,as the to run his automobile to save it
If your back gives out;
- Becomes lame, weak or ach
ing, .. :
. -.v .
If bladder troubles set in,
Pprhftns vnnr Iri'dnor'a - a.i o "m
v -i.-fi . ... j . . . ' r
had ehnrfo " Jt-fiivunt to a accrue uw
Doans Kidney Pills are for l hour.,; in a-special' pudmjr, N- 819,
old Daniel Prick farm from Pete.
irintttt sirir! will buila a resi-
dence out of granite on it as he
can do so cheaper than wood,
since he is a . stone mason and
has his own granite. His bro
thers are stone masons and will
help him to do the stone Work
free of cost. That is the way
for brothers to be kind and good
to each other and lend each a
Sli,.i ' ' T Jm nn.thi Kvetf better- than
Ckloinel and does not gase or sjesen.
k "' - . .
: r Ealg Prepsny. ;
yffwtu Oar m.A t
s Cousvy, J
S J . ' 'g f I
" i:l n I 'T; five! catnr.Q'hanK l,-:Msl
evidence proves their
A Holbrooks, 213 S
St W. J.m-14-artt wife, Jenme ; or.es
nl . va Peftrte irtuip Peeler, e up
f4fre 'ir-d i om'nisiont-i 'll expose
ffr in t Hu":'door, in Salisbury N, Q.,
Lee St., Salisburv. savs: some, taUi$y W 4 i tu Udjf oi. .hmwiibw,
years ago I 4iad attacks of ium-5-
bao that neartv nut me
C O Wyatt of Badin, spent
Saturday night in Paith with his
The matron with the children
from, the Nazareth Orphan's
Home at Crescent, were at the
Beformed church here in Faith
Slnndav nisrht where thev held
their exercises before one of the
largest aud iences. that we. have
seen for a Jong time. The
church was crowded to overflow
and out. My back ached
stantly.. Doan's Kidney
were recommended to me
the nour or :iwive, rifm, tuo
I : knrtwa as 'the P- lor pj'Otlsers saw
Pills .(...mnlra; thft srxih u-kc. be-
"J7-a P -f '..,,:,. of -r- ?u brick
frien I and I bean takinsr 'them-, i t iv. Vu: t.hpr.w wi h G rnf treet
They helped me at once. When j J. ce o-i5 d .e -ray
back. causes me any misery ! ,-n.- . t. a s.,one ! -u. rwait'j
nows luse .wiars waflejr. ? gains t a ,t v. 1
n,nd et tiromnt relmf." . sumth 1 d-'si-r-r's east- 3 cu
and iret prompt releif."
Price 60c at all dealers.
-t 1 40 chains lo
Simply ask for a kidney remedy la tor.-oM 'n.-; ihence soath io
'(Jn T - .. iy. ieset 190 chains t. tn-. brgin-
get Doan s Kidney Pillsthe 5 ;o;ua;? iog 1 15 -cre. Uv-vtfci8
1 i t-its mill. -ft.'Kine. asm
J W Jones, wife and children, The exercises were fine and they
Mrs Settie Peeler and daughter, draw great crowds wherever
Pearl, and Dr and Mrs JH they go Collections were taken
Peeler motored down to Char- up f or the benefit of the Orphan
lotte Wednesday to see the camp home. Every body was pleased
and other things. with the entertainment.
W S Barsrer. wife and little t T VVvatt shiDDed a Dair of
C? ' I . " U X. M. I
daughter, Willette, will leave miHstones to, Georgia, Friday
Sunday morning for Newton that weighed sixteen hundred
where they will spend the week pounds.
with Mrs Barger's sister, Mrs One of the company houses at
H A Pesperman. They will Granite Quarry has been remod-
make the. trip in their car and eled ftnd it is now a beautiful
will visit Blowing I&ock and a residence. It is occupied by
number of other places while 0ne of the boss men.
there. ' Venus just received a card
John Wilkorson lias a position from one little girl on route 9 out
vjth thA Southern as night I from Salisburv-. She said that
watchman on the yar,d in -SalU- she was 13 years old. October
bury. . - 31st,' 1917. We are going to
J C McGleamery raised ninety send her a little present next
busheia of buck wheat from two week iust because her birthday
and thre? quarter acres of land is on the same day of ours.
Buffalo, N. Y.
io r, tvo c Itoii gins, ceriuln
'blo- jiill amaTatu, cJvsi?tiH ii wiww
hsidlinti will bosrio ai ,$G32 e0
U This. th 29i.t
h day of Oib, 1917.
JOHN L. RENDLEM.vN,
a'l;-ys, ete, aud cv pair wngo.- scales
t Tiia alf ii bv reason .:f an Hvarc
Hl 'plapd on sr. in proof t-v, ana, uiw
The farmers in tnis section j,
are about through so wing; wheat &
and oats and some have hegunjwv. tv,P ppnnsvlvama' Lumber
jto plow for their spring crops. If 0j G-reerisboro; N. C , for cash
G E Bost and Wife -Went to I trices forinrxedoak cross ties, in
. 1: . 7 . ,-
StiLtesvilie Saturdav to visit 1 eluding beech, birch and mapie,
mA auk lumber. 10-17 4t
- -r .
in the United States
was opened in 181(3.
There were then 246
bah&s In the United
S t a t e s. To d a y t h i s
country is served by
27,062, banKs whose
ere nearly 28 billion
Thrift lias done that
much in? one century
. but ther e - is much
greater worK for thrift
Help yourself by becoming inde
pendent. Help the country by
One . Dollar Starts an Account I
I If v
- .. -.Mo,...wraM
.. . , , , . ' - m, . 'txv v aUn ' huv white, post .or I SmmmaK - . J S . : vIf
tneir sou ana aaugnter, -mom- ,v w . .- our -a nnnilft n(- ni ii t i i; u
Vrs Ivey Hoffner visited Ja
cob Beaver and wife near Or
gan church.a few days last week.
H E Huffman -and wife will
leave today for Watauga coun
ty where they were called .on
Who ever can beat that trot out
Venus wants to buy about 50
pine knots. Will pay the high
.$3t cash price for them. If you
have only one or two bring them
to Faith. Little children can
mike soma money by bringing
them to Venus.
Willie Canup's boys have some
niie fine opossums and Charley
Earnhardt has some fattening,
S D Davis went to Morgdnfon
last Friday to see Mrs Davis.
He reports her unimproved.
Ths fret. -school starts here
Venus wants to buy ' one
thousand ; spoiled envelopes to
his items in. Who . has
We wani to buy one big Ind ian
pot for our collection. , "Who has
ona? ;SW wDl buy some clear
arrow points and pay a big price
fo them, we are the only ones'
in the United States that buys all
the broken Indian arrow points.
Wa bvy n'l we can get and have
pVeri--bushel now. we have
found a us for them and will teli
any one what wo do with them
if they send us six ceuts in post
age stamps. Venus.
Does any one else have the same
birthday as ours?
Mrs E.. P Gantt is some bet
ter at this writing.
Mrs Tom Hess is ill at this
We will give you 461bs cf Su
fnif flnur and lzlbs or bran
fnr vnnr hnshpl of yood wheat.
account of the illness of Mrsf;j
HoiTman's mother, Mrs Walker, U: 3uwick ilillSns 0oif
vrrl-u-.' i o nnifo oil oiroH fr nnf h-S
Wily' luiuv ttii cvu. wj.. T
We carry io' gtn-k or makn t oidr auv kind of m r?d.
at-v'-v-gs lithe very iati -tyks in-polid g-i.l aui vmi
tee our pi -chs. W also do i he -fit . w!t: ?mk! j-wlryv
repairing th.t.can bo aou uid A very j b fuily fcuaraji-
V -parrv the larcepflin'e- (f -V hiehe, DuimoniiP, im
J ' VV
!rvi! Sn th t.,'a' roll r:.i
15. About all
Nov. 15.- About all of the
farmers are through scwinsr
ybeat for this season. As a rule
very good crops were raised by
The school at Pooltown began
November "5th Miss Annie
. Theschool at the Pond school
house, began November 12th.
Miss Oddessa Morgan teacher.
,iary Margaret the infant
daughter of George Casper,
who has been threatend with an
attack of pneumonia, is improv
ing at this writing.
Salisburv, N C
o io tf.
U i A
ExiGiiior's Ko Ice.
1 l!r':i! 1''!' ..rti.r ,.f iKj l-i1
inj; ell LLiio viiuiu. I fig the Lj .'l Wilt ana i tniwnrfiiyi .'n- l a.-i , j c .s
There will be a box!- supper ! afc. C wicegood, d. ceaa, th'is io nuuh. J s' i j p 1 1 J? J p. p JH Ot ? C D I
at - Milo, Overcash's n Tbanlis. Is haying elai.rs sd.en. to pre. fi 1 lOOMlT 0 U U UCWLllfi
. jj r i , irtii the' arae. dulv verified, to the und&-. II
giving night near Rock . UroveJn , f iuLranrhpr-- M
. i T I
.... . . . "T
L o Uiiti
ti-V l nr IwffirH tiie 15ih dav o? October .'
i, fjivcu " "u' ""f-sjQKi or this uotice will .be pieacieti in o-r or
Spicies of the Ladies'Aid Societ,r rerorery. Ail persons indebted to Paid
of Rock Grove Church. Comb pftate ro requeafed to call aud settle with
G W Harrington visited at 1$,
E Hoffman's Sunday,
we are expecting to hear
wedding bells ring in
tiou at an early date.
S B Harrington of Concord, is,
br 15, ID 17.
Thomas L aviceoood. executor,
.Cooleeuiee- N. G.
Koilcs to (Miter
tniS SeG": XTtt- MP.r.A J,;,iiJir,lif imnn
JU estate cf VV A Rarusev dve;i'd.
Liu1' . . i i
i-'ftt fierebv fciven to ail persons navnii
la ii uo'.mat fid estate to nrt. ;.t tne
Visiting his brother, C W Har to the undersigned on or before fc.-pi
. . t . ? A 1 9 US. or mi n 'lice will be pleaded in
rmgton, for a lews days. r ofV-'el, recovery.. .
Pl .Tira wnc- nrQ rTlfric rtJhj a t "r-:nn inpfiteil ic ihtr estate Will
working at Petersburg, Va., has j Ro,k c Q church Iast 'snntWW1 smh w5,h the nnde"Mned at
Harvey Morgan who has been
Nov, 19. Sunday the ; 18th
being Mrs J I Barger's birth
day, she was surprised by a vis
it fjom her father and' mother J
ti fLefler and' wife of Mt Pleas
ant, her sister and family of
"Wmston-Salem, and Mrs N:P
Boesel. She received several
nice presents. A big
dinner was served at two o'clock
and a pleasant day was had. "
Law son Kluttz and wife took
dinner Sunday witli their daughl
erV family, Mr and Mrs
Cha$;, Barger. . Albert Lyerly
and wife 'Trere also there - for
dinner They all had a fine
dinner. ' '
: jtfti'N;M Barger is visiting
her sBn .LeeBargier, for a few
days;- ' " ' :
Lnm Miiler of . Faith has
bought a uew automobile and
Gf.org.Pc ler is learning him
h'S? "to run it.
J ohri- Jac kson of near . Ftith
bis bought a new automobile.
Mrs Harvey Morgan is on the
sick list at this writing.
Albert E Lingle is all smiles.
It is a girl.
Miss Annie Ribelin is boarding!
at Duke Morgan's this winter.
id! account Of tllO pastor, ReV rThisSepttn-be:-, 21,1917.
i , ' . -j. ti n,'vr r r X" ?f Mrs Weston Capps Raul
i ference which met at Ashevill
SayJ Venus, ir ' you '. haven's. Y
vrtfim frv all mnr r.nll oftirvne rt T 0s '
i UU 111 XVJ. lii J 1J"- vviiv. ....
I'Cismrk Cappp, Atty.
relics I saw a turnip iii Rimet
12 inches across, perhaps yo
Visp.s Annif-Garrnl atirl Tnln ,4- r-f.v wo r-f f fl-rVi
' " " " - OOJLI .Cl IB. IU OIIU1 O JCL 1 U UL jit-'
Surratt, visited at High Rock 'in. if you can beat that trot out
Sunday. jyour turnip. , .Clipper. iJiQ
Benn Uarroll of near High j
Rock visits at Love Surratt's!
.m '1 2- SB.
quite often of late.
Mrs Mary Reid died November
10th., and jwas buried Sunday eve
ning at St'. Matthews E L church
She had been failing iti health for
some time and took pneumonia.
She was a member of Lick Creek
Baptist church ever since youth.
She was a little over forty three
years cf age. She leaves to
mourn her loss one daughter,
Mrs Jessie Nunnell of Richardson
Va., ttfo grand children,- father ;
and mother, and two sisters and ,
a bost of other relatives and ;
ioi a 41 Ban uiuniawi. . m i
As a general rule all you need
rto do is to adopt a diet suited to
your age ; arid occupation and to
keep your bo wels regular. When r
you feel that you have eaten too
much and when constipated take
one of Chambetlains Tablets
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quiaiae. "It stops tire
Cough and Headacbe and works off the ColOj
Urngsists refund money if it fails tc cure.
E. W. GROVE'S signatnre on each bos. SQC
WH! cure Kheunjatisin, Ncufe
Sorains. Bruises. Cuta - Burns. Old'
etter. Rin-Worm. Ef
zeiha. etc. Anizseintia 'Aodvzsel-I
ed Internally or externally 25X,Jw
ROB OUT PAIN
with good oil liniment.. That's
the surest wav to srmv them.
carrie? a full line of Higl
Grade Groceriti3 at
. vry low prict.
?: buys all kinds of ProdiVCf-.
t ' It ",, L un a 'iTfyc RaAnri at H
vegytableB. Hee him
H es aqua iters for Waiki n
Medici tie Co.
119 W. Iiiniss St.
Tne best rubbing liniment is J -K Salisbury, N C
mi 5 S
ii o r i ii w
il'nw Fnf Sate:- A veiy fine fresh
Wantsd.-rsix girl for dining room,
work. Call or write, Empire
Chas B&rger of near Faith Hotel, Salisbury, N C, .11-7 2wb.
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
Qooclfar your own Aches.
Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, Etc
25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
FOOT REST HOSIERY ' wbH hermit V ;ri
vb-.i'wart iu-hogierv or v heather it war yai w. ' ir-
if If vou "Foot Rest' And th s too
init io vr;c6t of ye. You'll AVE MONKr
IV) r !:
winter goods;" heaxj weight yn..
-1 . : V
Hair. Notioi. ('rockrv; 'Tinware. -k-Xc
I haV'. a well selected-. tocl
'ororevies. coiinti v Droduce, ieed lufK ' etc
need oome to g-e me. - ' -
Farmers ar invited to tnaka.my r'-'- li adqu
ters while in the city.
108 S. Maii St
Salisbury, N. C.
t 'An Ambition'
rfH- ree J?cf the South ; re identicai with the needs
the f rowth ar.i success of one means
; :e Southern R?i'-V.jv
ins or the c-.Lv.-r. .,
1 f lis Peoples Katioeal Bank
K? -V SALISBURY. 'N. C
U ' . . .
pioes -genera inking business and cor
-Tialiy invites yewr account.. . ... -
... i ''.-.'
WF PAY I IJUS Pin Utri I .mierfgt
three msths in our siyinpH dtparl-
jprornjp, oai.i, and corvfivler.tial attf n
kn3inta ptitriittd In i.-s
" v" 7 " . .,
13 D. iSviwoo. jonn wc ani-ss,
' tVice-PiweBt..' Wt.t.asLier.
.L. Gaskill ito
I J Th- roathcr.: Rallwty asls no faross no special privilesre not
it accorded to othors. .' 1
i5 TsXfHMt.-n rf fh r-onth-r-. PI-xav Comwny is-to see tbst
! unity ori"nicc-t 12. . is bora of co-rfcratrca between the public and s
A- railrcvds? to see prfen.cJ tLatf ' and f ink policy in the manage- ;
t' aieD'. of raiirond? v. i.i-.a iuit's ae ct;iiiience cf tovenimeut3l '
S fcrer.cks; to rE-iiizr that KberaU;':- of treatment which v-ill enable it j
! to ohtr.; -. the sd.Vu.'o.ial c?.?iiai ncc ki for the acquisition cf better and
fi c.ua.-;fd fsdii.:? .iciii-jut to tLc iensad for iaereascd ad better
service; i.L..i, au:j
5" a rr:?:e its r.i'he lr the bcf1- Vr'' ,JC c? th Snuth alnisrsrde of
other er. at industries, v "t'u no tic-c, but v;Uh ojuj liberaes, equal
tithts at I equal cjpoTtoniiic3.
The Southern Serves the South
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