Some General Information of
Salisbury and Rowan County.
Mayor, W. H. Woodson
City Clerk, W. T. Rainey
City Treasurer, T. W. Summersett
City Attorney, E. C. Gregory,
City Tax Collector, D. W. Julian
Chief of Police, Capt. J. M, Steele
Fire Chief, Wm. A. Brown
Rowan County Officers
Treasurer, W. H. Crowder.
egister of Deeds, J, C. Deaton
Sheriff and Tax Collector,
J. H. Krider
Coroner, D. L. Sides
Surveyor, N A. Trexler
P. S. Carlton, Judge
Mayor, Wm. H. Burton
Clerk, Jas.EJ. Connell
Treas., Jas. K. Dorsett
Attorney, Stahle Linn
Tax Collector, Jno. R. Cruise
Chief of Police, Jno. R. Cruise
Fire Chief, Lloyd Stewart
Driving Distances from Salisbury
Oxford r 39
Reidsville .'. 73
Washington, D. C... 336
Mt. Ulla 16
New London.: 24
Richfield v 20
Railroad Fares from Salisbury
City Price of Ticket
Asheville NO " 4 6'J
Atlanta, Ga 10 11
Augusta, Ga 7 14
Baltimore, Md 12 31
Charleston, S C 8 JO
Charlote.N C 1 43
Ohattarfooga, Tenn ' 12 44
Chicago, I11.. ..... 24 46
Cincinnati, Ohio 16 45
Columbia. S. O
Durham. N. C
Fayetteville, N. C
Greensboro, N, C...
Knoxville. Tenn ...
Raleigh. N. C
Spartanburg, S. C...
Post Office Hours.
General delivery and stamp winders
open at 8 A. M. and close at 6 P. M.
Post office order and registry' open
from 8 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. No Sun
ii IljIT Jl J LJ LnJ LijiJ Ljij
F. S. ROYSTER GUANO CO.
Norfolk, Va., Baltimore, Mia., Toledo, 0., Tarboro, N. C, Charlotte,
N. C, Colitmbia, 5. C, Spartanburg, S. C, Atlanta, Ga.,
Tlaco o, Ga., Columbus, Ga , Montgomery, Ala.
Railroad Time Tables
Northbound -5:50, 2:05, A.. M; 12;35,
1:05,4:35, 8:15.8:50. 10:30, 11:10 V., M.
Southbound 2:55. 6:15. 8:35, 9;15 &10
A. M . 2: 40, 7:15. 9:30 P.- M.
Westbound For Ashville 6:15, 9:10
A.M., 10:00 P. M
To Norwood 9:10 A. M., 4:50 P. M.
Rowan County Courts
Courts are held as follows :3rd Mon
day before 1st Monday in March ; 1st
Monday after 1st Monday in March;
9th Monday after 1st Monday in May;
1st Monday ater 1st Monday in Sep
tember; llth Monday after first Mon
day in Sepetmber:
N. C. Cotton Statistics
Year 1912-13 . 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16
Bales 935.000 871,000 1,013,463 791 376
Price 14 50. . .14 50 12 75
Price in 1917,29.45
Parcel Post Rates .
Lbs Local 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
1 5c 5c 5c 6c 7c
2 6 6 6 8 11
3 6 7 7 10 15
4 7 8 S 12 - 19
5 7 9 9 14 23
6 8 10 10 16 27
7 8 11 11 18 31
8 9 12 12 20 35
9 9 13 13 22 39
10 10 14 14 24 43
11 10 15 15 26 47
12 11 16 16 28 51
13 11 17 17 30 55
14 12 18 18 32 59
15 12 19 19 34 63
16 13 20 20 36 67
17 13 21 21 38 71
18 14 22 22 40 75
19 14 23 23 42 . 79
20 15 24 . 24 44 83
Note Local and first zones take in
a radius of 50 miles; 2nd zone. 50 to 150
miles; 3rd zone, 150 to 300 miles; 4th
zone, 150 to 300 miles from home post
LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXES
Two rings, a pause, then four rings means box
24, and so on. Three rings means "Fire Out."
14 Lee and ITorah Streets
15 Main and Monroe Streets
Hi Fulton and Monroe Streets
17 Bank and Ellis Streets
22 lnniss and Caldwell Streets
21 Kerr and Ellis Streets
-t Jackson and Liberty Streets
8 Kerr andlMain Streets
32 Main and Henderson Streets
55 Cemetery and Long Streets
:i7 Council and Long Streets
39 Inniss and Shaver Streets
43 Shaver and Hcrah Streets
52 Shaver and Kerr Streets
' 54 Couneil and Lee Streets
56 Main and Iuniss Streets
63 Kesler Mill
64 Vance Mill
66 Whitehead-Stokes Sanatorium
68 Salisbury Mill
74 Jackson and Monroe Streets
76 Pulton and Franklin Streets
78 Horah and West Streets x
Central will not give the Information.
Grove's Tasteless chiJl Tonic
restores vitality and energy by purifying and en
riching the blood. You can soon feel its Strength-
j ening, Invigorating Effect. Price 60c
Ttfly lifers worEi has been devoted
to the improvement of Southern
Crops and Soils.
F. S. KOYSTER.
Dee. 26 Mrs Elizabeth Gurf
of Rocks Grove church. settled
merit, is visiting- at her neice
Mrs P M Barg&r, over Christ
mas. --. h :
Young farmer at C H Earni
hardtfs, December 22nd.
Venus belongs to the D ' and Si
of L and we attended on Christ-!
mas eve nig-nt ana was lad wel
went for there was a crowd bf
seven boys and girls initiated tin
the order and a fine time was?
spent as usual on such oceas-5
ions. " 1 g
Venus took dinner with Rev
and Mr G O Ritchie Christmas
day and got a line dinner. Wbile
there we found out that he had'
just recently married several
couples. Others also got married
and here is their names: "Oj
Lyerly and Mary Beaver 'of
Rockwell, L M Williams an4
Nina Wilhelm of-
Clark's store settlement. Gil,,
bert ivlesimer of Rockwell and
Miss Sadie Plyler of RichfieldV
and on December 18th William
James Mesimore of Roekweltf
son of James Mesimore and Mi,si(
Margie Enola Trexler, dauhtef
ot James U Trexler. Rev G l
Ritchie tied the knots that 'made
them man and wife. All' their
friends wish them a long" and
Rev and Mrs H A Persperman
of Newton, are visiting home
folks at Faith over Christmas. -
L W Jones and wife, of D'u&
ham, are visiting his father, J A'
Jones and other relatives here, f
John Rhinehardt and family
of Kannapolis are visiting friend
relattvestn Faith over the holW
days. . ;
Washington, Dec. 28,
The wairdepartment now ex--peels
to demobilize all troops
in cantonments in ttiif
country by February 1st and
none of the men inducted in
training camps will be held
for a n indefinite period .
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days 't
Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fi lis
to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Pi) ss.
Instantly relieves Itching Piles, and you can det
restful sleep after the fkst applies tion. Price (UK
Venus is spending- a fine
Jphristmas this year at J A Peel
6r4s, who is having a good many
tf all children and grand
children with him over the holi
days, having a fine time.
Miss Irene Peeler, daughter
bf our mayor, spent . Christmas
fright with her friend, Miss Le
I Pearl Cornelia Bruces daught
er of G W Bruce and wife of A
Li Bruce was born November 16,
and departed this life De
cember 17th, 1918, age 13 years,
ne month and one day. She
vas baptised in infancy by Rev
V Y Boozer and was contirmeu
tn Faith E L church last Easter,
fihe was a bright little girl
.whose whole life had been conse.
grated to God. Besides a num
ber of friends and relatives, she
eavcs to mourn her death two
gisters, three brothers and a de
moted father and mother. The
funeral services was held at their
home by Rev G O Ritchie.
Veus sends all his readers of
jthese items his greetings and
ood wishes for the coming new
ear and thanks all his friends
ho have wrote to him and serit
o many nice little souveniers for
iiis collection during . the past
; Venus was in J C Hutch in
ons cabinet shop Qn North Main
Street in Salisbury the other day
and never saw so much old time ;
furniture to be repaired for rich -j
people. He gave us for our col - j
fection a crooked handled gourd
fainted like gold.
I LM Peeler and wife gave a
ig supper to their children and
grand children. December 25th
LBtst Secretary oftheTrcasur)?
io worK as errana ooy
in a bank By study,
industry and thrift he I earned the business, saved
enough to make profitable investments, became pronv
inent, fought in the Revolution, signed the Declaration
of Independence and was first Secretary of the
If you are ambitious to get ahead in the
world, begin by saving a part of your regular eanv
ings, for money paves die way to the desirable things
Start an account with us this week and
add to it every pa day. Soon you will have enough
to buy property, take a desired trip, send your son to
college or make profitable, investments.
Multiply your money in our care.
i at if
I F I H S I ii 1 1 0 N H la H 1 IC
SALISBUfiYN. . C.
H.N. WcQdson, President
JDr. R. V. Brawley Vice Pres.
Start Your Savings Account
Responsible Banking, Courteous Treatment and Coufiden
t : tial Service is Our Policy.
J;WCordially Invite You to See Us On Any 'Banking Matter
fK You are Interested In, - v
fe are Authorized Agents for
and there was a happy family
gathering. Venus enjoyed the
supper witk them all..
The PCS of A held a meet
ing Thursday night and elected
new officers for the next term.
The Quipins That Does Not Affect the Kead
Because of its tonic aud laxative effect, LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
look foe the signature of E. W. GROVE. 30c.
Littleton College, Littleton
N C, whicn carried an adver
tiserant ia thia paper during
the summer, had the largest
fall opening in several years.
The institution is spending
several thousand dollars on
improvements including the
completion and heating of
the new . science building.
Pupils maj enter now or at
any time and pay from date
He carries a full line of Higt
Grade Groceries at
ery low prices.
Buys all kinds of Produce
Chickens, Eggs, Bacon, and
vegetables. See him
Headquarters for Watking
119 W InnissSt
Pays 4 Per C ent,
W. B. Strachan Cashier
E. H.' Woodson, Asst Cashier
NOW for Next Christmas.
Sale of War Savings Stamps
PfiCanS. 1000 per acre would not
r buy our bred u p paper shell
pecan groves. Trees have
cleared over $50 eachthis year.
Very fine bread up budded
and grafted trees from these
eirly, prolific and manjmoth
size papershe 1 pecan trees for
sale. Write for free catalog and
price list. Write today. Bass
Pecan Company. Lnmberton,
Misis. . 12 25 7t
The Peoples Naliooat Bank
SALISBURY. H C
Does a genera) Woking business and cor
dially invites, your jiccount.
WE PAY I OUR. PtR CENT intenst
everj three muvtlis in our savings depart
ment Prompt, caifi, and confidential ' atten
tion given to wLi ooeinesa entrusted to as.
N. B. McCan vV.'f. Busby,
1 ridejDu Cashier.
O. Norwoo t John Mcanlesg,
Vice-PiMaent Asst. Lasbier.
b. jl.. Qaskill, PMident.
Notice to Creditors.
Having qualified as executrix of the es
tate of Mrs. Amanda. Whalen. this is to no
tify all persons having claims againit the
said deoedent to file an itemized, verified
statement of same with the undersigned on
orbelorethe 7fh day of December, 1919,
or this notice will he pleaded in barof their
recovery, Ptrsons indebted to paid estate
are notified to make prompt settlement.
This December 7th, 1913.
' Mrs. Ma'by A. Lafoy.
Bendleman & Rendleman, Attys.
Sale of Real Estate Boiler Mortgage.
f Default having been made in the pay
ment of the indebtedness secured by a cer
taia mortgage deed of trust executed by
Manuel Oscar Parker and his wife,. Mabel
E Parker on August 11, 1914, to J. W.
Kesler. mortgagee, which said mortgage is
recorded nil book 49, at page 169, in the
office of the register of deeds for Rowan
county, and demand having beeri made
upon' the undersigned mortgagee for a fore
closure of the said mortgage, in accordance
with the provisiot s thereof, the undersigned
mortgagee will expose to public auction at
the couit house door in Salisbury, N. C, at
12 o'clock noon on
Monday, t&e 13th day of Januaay, 1919,
the following described real estate, situate
lying and being in the county of Rowan
and described as follows; -: '
Beginning at the c-i o'er of. Lot No. 31
and running along Long street in 9 north
erly direction 40 feet to a stake, thence In a
westerly direction one. hundred and twenty
five feet to an alky theuce with said alley
in a southeily direction forty Teet to the
corner of Lot No. 31, thence wfth Lot No.
31 in an easterly direction one hundred and
twenty five feet to the beginnirg pn Lcng
street, and being apart of Lot No. 30, JD.
Dorsett's addition to Spencer, N. C. aa
shown by map filed in the office of tbe reg
ister of deeds for Fewan county.
Terms f Sale, Cash.
This Dec. 7tb, 1918.
Joseph W, Kesi eb, mortgagee.
In the Superior Court,
February Term; 1919.
H. G. Sherrill
The defendant Ada Sherrill will take do"
tice that she is required to appear at, the
term of the Superior Court of said rounty
to be held on the first Monday after the first
Monday in February, the same being Feb
ruary the 10th, 1919. at the Court House in
said county in alinbury, N. C ,and answer
or demur to the compliiat in said action,
or the plaintiff will apply to the court for
th relief demanded in said complaint.
This Dec. 5tt, 1918.
J. F. Mc TJBBINS. ,
Clerk Superior Court .
Sale 01 Heal EslatHnler ilor gage.
Default having heen made iu the indebt
ed sb secured by k certain mortgage deed
of trust executed by George A Robinson
to Stahle Linn, trustee, on Dec. 5. 1917
which said mortgage is duly recorded iii
the office of the register of deeds for Rowan
county, in book 59, at page 146. and de
mand having been made on the undersign-
ed trustee for the foreclosure of the said
mortgage deed of trust, in accordance with
the provisions therein contained, the under
signed trustee'will expose to public auction
at the courthouse door in Salisbury, li. C..
at 12 o'clock oon on
Monday tfie 13th day of Jaonary. 1919,
thefoltowing described teal estate:
Beginning at a stake on southeast corner
of the intersection o. Broad St and Trexler
4reet, south 54 deg. 15' weet 140 eet to a
stake in alley; thence eouth 62 deg 4
east 97 feet to a stake, thence north 55 deg.
ast HO feet to a stake in Broad street"
thence north 32 deg. 45' west 90 ftet to tFe
begjqning corner, and, being lots Nos 6lfl
and T8 as shown m on the map of the John
G; and Jpmes D Heilig property, and
known as Trexler Heights."
Tfrms of sale gash.
This Decemder7, 1918.
Stahle Link, trustee.
In rthe Superior Court.
February term, 1919
vh V TCnTT'W
I v ft AV4J
Edward Leonard ) .
The defendant ahnre nomorl ;n i.l:
notice that an action entitlecV as above hs
been commenced in the Sufeerior Court of
Rowan connty, North Carolina, to seeurt
by the plaintiff an absolute divorce from '
the de-endani; and the said defendant will
further Uke notice thai he is reouired ia
appear at th term of -Superior court of
said county to be held on the 3d Monday
before the 1st Monday in March. tle same
being held the 10th day of February, 1919;
u tne t ourt Hou?e door ui faid com t !
Salisbury, North Carolina, and answer or
demur to the complaint in said art inn
the plaintifi will apply tathe conrt forth
icuei ueuiumeu in mii c mpjaHt i -. ?
, ana innit stamps
J.-F. Mc?'CBBia. 1 ; -
'' Clerk of Snnerinr
This 2lat day of Dccenaoeri 1018. 12 25 " '