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THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
Wm. H Stewart, EDITOR and owner Published Every Wednesday, 120 West Innes Street. subscription price; Watchman....! yr.$.75 Record.1 yr.$ .75 Both Papers.. 1 yr.$100 Advertising rates reasonable. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 19th. 1105, at the post office at Salis bury, N. 0., under the act of Congress ot March Sid, 1678. Salisbury, November 12, 1913 Mary Catherine the three-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J H. Pickett, who recently moved from Spencer to Durham, died it that city last Wednesday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Pickett have b host of srieuds in Salisbury and Spencer who sympathize with them in their bereavement. L. T. Eatuhardt, a native of Cabarrus County living near Gold Hill, died Monday morning at the age of about 75 vears. Mr. Earn hardt was a public spirited and leading citizen of hie community The funeral was held yesterday He was the father of Mrs. D V J Peeler who has the sympathy of many friends iu her sorrow. J. D. Baxley, aged 43 years, died at his home in Spencer late Friday night, after a long illness He was a native of Davids >n County and is survived by a wife 1 and four children, besides his pa rents and many other relatives He was a member of the Junior i Order United American Meohati- 1 ics. also a Woodman. The funeral took place Saturday afternooi from Spencer Methodist Church, : of which he was a member, being ! conducted by the pastor, Rev. H. 1 C. Sprinkle. The burial was in ] Chestnut Hill Cemetery. i For Weakness and Loss of Appetite ' TThe Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out ( Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonio ■ad turn Appetizer. For adults and children. He lr?ES== Stomach Trouble; Wholly Restored! Robison, 744 Nessle St., Toledo, Ohio, “I feel like^ji||j| a new person. WKy I have no more heavy feelings, no ^fgg||| more pain, ||||§| don’t belch up |||pi gas, can eat most anything i|||| without it *1111 hurting me. I n||| want to be l|| working all ^ the time, tt * have gained twenty - four pounds. “Peonle that see me now Mrs. Wilson Robison, and saw me two months ago seem astonished. I tell them Peruna did it. I will say it is the only remedy for spring and all other ailments.” No argument is needed for Peruna. Just get a bottle and try it. If you have catarrh of the stomach you have a serious trouble. If you want to find a remedy it would be very easy to make the experiment. Before you have taken Peruna a week you will likely find yourself better, then you will need no testimonials ori^the part of other people, or arguments to con vince you. Until you try Peruna, however, all the testimonials In the world and arguments, however log ical, will not move you. Just one trial of Peruna will convince you. Persons who object to liquid medi cines can now obtain Peruna Tablets. Nottce to Creditors. Having qualified as executor of the jstate of Jesse A. Morgan, this is to lotify all persons having claims against laid decedent to file an itemized, veii led statement of same with the under signed on or before the 12tli day of November, 1914, or this notice will be ileaded in bar of their recovery. Per sons indebted to said estate are noti ced to make prompt settlement. 3 his the 12th day of November, 1913 H. E. Blackwelder, 1-12 6t pdexecutor. Aipciunm lur raruuu. Notice is hereby given that I will , nake application to the Governor of '•'orth Carolina to pardon me. I was lonvie ed before Judge H. \V. Whed )ee, of selling liquor, at February 1 erm of 1913 of Rowan Superior court i md fint d two hundred and fifty dollars ] md costs, and sentenced to two years in the public roads of Rowan cou.ity, irovided however, I should be in 1 Iowan county after March 14th, 1913. paid the fine and costs and left the j State and have resided in Virginia since aid time. I am now confined to my * muse with tuberculosis of the lungs 1 md am unable to perform manual I abor, and desire to return to North | larolina, not Rowan county, to spend > he few remaining days 1 have to live. All persons who oppose the granting 1 if said pardon are invited to forward ] heir protests to the Governor without ' lelay. ( This November the 7th, 1913. l-12 2tpd Ernist L. Mizi. MARRIAGES b I The mairiage of Miss Tna Min ris, daughter of J. H. Mit.gis and W. L. Robs, all of Salisbury, took jlaoe at the home of VV . A!fd Miller, in Charlotte, 'r.st Widues lay afternoon, Rev. R L Patter ion, of St. Mark’s Lutheran Jburch, offioiating. After the ceremony the couple left for points in Florida. They will make iheir home with Mr. ai d Mrs. VV. S'. Ratts in Salisbury, with whom Mies Mingis has previously made aer home. Mr. Ross is the race clerk at the Southern’s freight iepot here. A surprise wedding tcok place in St. Paul's Episcopal Chapel on Chestnut Uiil Sunday night. The contracting parties wore MisB Lily Bernhardt, daughter of Mr and Mrs. P. M. Birnhardt, and Bat< 0. Tams, of Wiu»ton*Salem, but recently a clerk in Purcell’s drug store here. Miss Bernhardt had been to Winston-Salem on a visit iud returned Sunday night ac companied by Mr Toms, the igrtement being made while en route here. Rrv. W. U Hardiug officiated at the ceremony in the presence of a numb r of friends of the couple. They went to Liu colt-on to visit the mother of Mr. Toms aud they will make their home in Winston-Salem Another surprise marriage took place Sunday night Ttiis one w. s officiated at by Rev. M M Kmsrd it his home immediately after the evening service. The couple wae Miss Janie Fraley, daughter of Mrs. W. A. Fraley, and Rilev Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs U 3. Wilson. They are now making their home with Mrs. Fraley but expect to go to Spartanburg, S. J., soon. They have the g >od wishes of a large oiicle of friends. Vhy Use L. & M. Semi M'xid Real Paint. Because it is economical. Be lause it is pnre white lead, zmc ind linseed oi). Because it’s th lighest grade quality paint that lan be made. Because when the iser adds 3 quarts of oil to each . gallon of the L. & M. Semi fixed Real Paint, it makes If jallons of fare paint at a oo?t ol .bout $1.40 per gallon. This avis the user about 60 cents a ;allon on all the paint used. The Phe L &M. is and has always >eeu the highest grade and most lerfect paint produced. Soki by P. J. Lyerly & Son, Granitt iuarry, N C China Grove Hard ware Oo., China Gr^ve, Pf. C. Neuralgia sufferers find instant relief in Sloan’s Liniment. It pene trates to the painful part— soothes and quiets the nerves. ; No rubbing—merely lay it on. SLOANS LINIMENT Kills Pain For Neuralgia “I would not be without your Lini ment and praise it to all who suffer with neuralgia or rheumatism or pain of any kind.”— Mrs. Henry Bishop, Helena, Missouri. Pain All Gone " I suffered with quite a severe neu ralgic headache for 4 months without any relief. I used your Liniment for two or tiiree nights and I haven’t suf fered with my head since.”—Mr. j. K. Swinger, Louisville, Ky. Treatments for Cold and Croup 'My little girl, twelve years old, caught a severe cold, and I gave her three drops of Sloan's Liniment on sugar on going to bed, and she got up in the morning with no signs of a cold. A lit tle boy next door had croup and I gave the mother the Liniment. She gave him three drops on going to bed, and he got up without the croup in the morning.’’ — Mr. If'. H. Strange, Chicago, IlL l At all Dealers. Price 25c., 50c. and SI.00 &j Sloan’s Book on Horses sent free. Address DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc., Boston, Hass. Nolice to Heirs at Law. North Carolina, j In Superior Court, Rowan County S Before the clerk. Walter H, Woodson, executor') of Sarah Victoria Ford, Dec’d. I vs. j Robert Ford. J Notice is hereby given Robert Ford a"d the kindred or heirs at law ol Sarah Victoria Ford, deceased, if any there be, that Walter H. Woodson, executor, of her estate, lias filed a petition to sell the real estate of said deceased, to make personal assets to pay debts; Therefore Robert Ford and the kindred or heirs at law of said de ceased. if any there be, are hereby notified to appear on or before the 25th day of November, 1913, at the office of the clerk of the So peri j>’ court in and for said county and state aforesaid, and rnswer the petition, make them selves parties, or the relief demanded in the petition will be granted. This the 14t.h day of October, 1913. J. F. McCubsins, 5t. vlerk Superior court, BHHnniBaBBHBaaBB SPECIAL VALUES IN I MEN AND BOYS’ CLOTHING AT BELK-HARRY CO. We all claim to have the best and cheapest. Yes, the horn blowing is something fierce. But when you want anything in | Clothing, suppose you don’t take anybody’s word for it, just be your own judge, compare material, workmanship and price; when this is done carefully we are pretty sure to sell you your clothing. BOYS’ SUIT . Big stock nf hoys suits, 8 to 8 and 8 to 17. Priced at $1-25 J.50 1-98 $7-50 Boys’ $3 00 Overcoats, size 6 to Aj QQ 10 years of ag6 for w I * Youths $5 00 long overc'ats, AA QQ 12 to 18 years for Youths good heavy winter suits 0 J 48 worth $7 50 for Ot1’ Youths $5 00 Suits AA QQ FOR JO30 i -____ MEN’S SUITS. Men’s $5.00 Saits AA TC FOR 50'13 Men’s $10 00 Worsted Suits A7 DC FOR Men’s $12 50 Saits, big stock Ai A QQ to select from at O I U' Also Gmd value Cj 0.50 4 Cl C.00 in suits for vlt Wlw Styleplus $17 Suits. Equal to other makes that A4 “f QQ sell for $22 50, our ptice wll* _ I BELK--HARRY CO. Sell it for Cash and for Less. North Carolina, ) Tn Superior Court. I j Rowan County, i February term. 1914. ! j W. R. Whisnant j \m. > Notice of summons Lilia Whisnant. ) etc. The defendant I ilia Whisnant will take notice that plaintiff has commenc ed the above entitled action against her for divorce from the bonds of | matrimony upon the ground ofintidel 1 ity. and that complaint has been filed and that she is required to appear at February term 1914 of Rowan Superior ; court, which convenes in Salisbury i on the 9th day of February, 1914, and j answer or demur to the complaint of plaintiff, otherwise the relief demand ed by plaintiff will be granted, i'l is Novomer 8th, 1913. J. F. McGubbins, clerk of the Superior court. Wachovia Bank and Trust Go. Salisbury, Ne C. NEXT TO COURT HOUSE Will pay you 4 per cent on your deposits and compound the interest quarterly. This is a Big Bank, why mot open an account with us? Peopes' National Bank Salisbury, N. C. Does General Banking Business WE PAY FOUR PER CENT on time de posits. Interest payable every 3 months Prompt attenion given to any busi ness entrusted to us. Your business solicited. ftf'Peoples National Bank John S. Henderson, J. D. Norwood, president. cashier. D. L. GaskilJ, W. T. Busby, V-president. Asst, cashier, =====n Mark Gross Razor Mark Gross Razor Free with Every Man’s suit Free With Every Ian’s snit THE PLACE TO BUY S’ FALL CLOTHES WE CAN SAVE YOU 25 PER CENT if you will buy your clothes here. We go direct to the mills buying the piece goods, lining, buttons, and then contracting for the manufacture of same. Our $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 Suits are world beaters, and we will make good on any suit not giving satisfaction bought at this store. With the Cash we Scooped in Woolens at Rediculously Low Prices Early in the Season. Boys* Clothes. We Guarantee All Men’s Suits We Sell for To be Absolutely All Wool and to Give Perfect Satisfaction. V. WALLACE & SONS | SALISBURY, N. C. WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. GREENSBORO, N. C. * \ . . ■ _ ■■■ . •