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kMEW IODIC - m DROVE'S The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver, Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System, For Grown People and Children. You know what you are taking when you take Grove’s Tasteless chill Tonic as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever, Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener. No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. 50c. mm | LARGER and BETTER ! ^ Our Stock is now and will be larger and ^ better at Christmas than ever before, 1 |f and our prices will certainly please 9 S you. Engraving will be free. * I JOHN R. BROWN, | • JEWELER, China Groye, N. C. i T THE p HARDWARE SHOE 1= FOR MEN = T has stood the test for 12 years and is given i up by those who have worn them to be the ] BEST SHOE FOR HARD SERVICE that has ever been sold in Rowan Couuty. It has : two full soles, and the be3t counters and iu~ ■ soles that go into shoes, and besides wearing I longer than any other shoe, it will keep your | feet dry. For Women and Children. We also have them for Women and l Children. We carry nothing but solid leather shoes, and any shoe we sell you we stand back of. i The place for good shoes is [BRITTAIN & CAMPBELL’S | QUICK!! |f% HI Before our fall rush begins come and see about 8 having dental work done. Don’t worry about 1 money. Our prices will soon advance. Come today I and be a walkiug and talking advertisement. | You will be paid liberally for your trouble. I Thai is the secret of our $4 crowns and $5 I plates. I — Our work is Painless I Mid-Season Offer ™LthL T. Q cause of our increased 8 jf|i\ po _ -w, patronage. Five large [1 HIV Vi'C'Qi offices in North Carolina 1 ■■ Delay is the thief of I jl. u opportunity. Do it now I bjVBJB before oiar priees ad- I W A SET. I vance. All our work |jj guaranteed 15 years,and I <Ij/l must be satisfactory. I " . _^ * Remember the Place. I Philadelphia Painless Dentists, || » Ibc. 12t}^ North Main St., Over Smith’s. |1 SBhdiie 763. "" (Salisbury Biauch.) Lady Attendant. Hi w FAITH. Nov. 10.—Mrs. P. A Peeler ip sp-udii g tbe week with her parents, Mr and Mrs R. L Brown Mr. Brown fell the other dey a d hure himself and is con fined to bis bed. c Miss Ethel Brown, of Faith, is attending school at the Salisbury graded school. Johu A, Peeler has returned home from a trip of several days to Columbia, S. C., where he went in the interest of his granite com pany. ' Joe Earnhardt has bought a new motoroyle. He goes for miles in all directions to build chimney flaes and gets lots of this work to do. He don’t care how far it is now to his work. John Barger has a four legged ohioken which he is going to sell to tbe show people. Mrs. John Brenton has taken in two more boarders at ber big boarding bouse here. Samuel Fraley has two boarders and will take ten more when the; arrive. J. T. Wyatt is htving pay day today. Fisher <fc McCombs have just received au order for two car loads of millstones. J. T. Wyatt received an order for fifteen pair millstones today. Mrs J D A. Fisher is still in bed but is getting better, Monroe Stirewait- has been very sick bnt is getting better now . J. T. Wyatt has jnst leased a fine granite qnarry fr«m Adolphu^ Lyerly. It is situated about one mile from the railroad. Mr. Wyatt will get out all of his fine granite work at this quarry as the granite is of fine quality. We met our old friend J. J. Bcstianin Salisbury today. He has been in the Wbitehead-Stokue Sanatorium for treatment a'l d is greatly improved in hoaith. He is a leading farmer of near China Grove. The cold rain last Saturday caused a great many of th* quar ries to stop work, as nearly a 1 the work ia performed out doors The creeks were very very high. The logs aud trssh that have clcgged up Garuer creek just be low the bridge on the M .nut Pieasant road, c-ught to be reinov ed by the county road force, as it would save the road from be ng washed away where the water is turned from the channel. Luther Ilolaheuser is having a a nice residence erected in Fait h The frame is up and work is pro [ greasing right along. ' Ribert Stirewalt, of Chi o Grove, was in Faith Friday end Friday night at his barber Bbrp here helping the boys shave the big crowd of men. They w rked until midnight Of curse the orowd was larger Saturday aud Saturday night. If any farmer in this c unt-y has any granite on his farm that is black or dark blue or spotted they can find out something ti their interest if they will write to J. T. Wyatt, Salisbury, R ule 8 who will open a market for it bb he has a call for that kind Since Faith has begun to boom Lewis Mahaley and wifo and daughter own a valuable tract of land that is growing in value everyday. Venus To Prevent Blood Poisoning apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR. PORTER’S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL, a sur gical dressing that relieves pain and heals at the same time. Not a liniment. 25c. 50c, $1.00. ROCKWELL. —D i uol f rget the fl g raising «v Thanksgiving day ut cur magnifi cent new sohool building. Th Daughters of Liberty, Patriotic dons of Amenoa, and Jr O U A M will conduct the txercises. dome g'od speakers are expected. The Bible will theu be presented 6o the school The ub qut us thanksgiving turkey will be served with scores of other good things, so do not forgot to c jiiw out. All are invited to bring full baskets and we will have a good time A A. Trex'er has jtiBt marketed 14 bales of octton at 14 cents per pound. Hurrah for A. A. 1 James Holelnuser is ready to furnish all kinds school bookB and supplies to the children. J. W. Peeler, one of our ooui ty commissioners carried bis shovel and went for the roads, and J. C Lyerly pulled the dirt scraper with his traction engine. Dr. Klutt*, of Maiden, has ju^t built a uew barn on his farm where J. M. B irnhardt lived The h*rn was burned by lightning oc July 4th. These beautiful fall days make everything lively in and about our town of 700 population Ssmbo Cause of Insomnia The moat common cause of in somuia is disorders of the stoouaob and ooustipation. Chamberlaiu’s Tablets correct these disorders and enable ycu to sleep. For Sale by All Dealers. ROCKWELL NO. 2. Nov (5 —Corn ehuckings are : about- all i-vei in this community i The hea th of our community is very good at present. G H Sifford visited his brother Harvey at Kauuappolis last Sun day. Misses Willie and D >ra Miller visited their sister, Mrs. Clara Castor, Sunday. \ Mrs. Maggie Wen9il visited at Mr and Mrs G H. Sifford’s last Sunday. James Fisher went to Spencer to work at the Southern shops 'ast Monday m.-ruing. John Jesey hud his corn shreded a few days age. Robert F. Crooks, of near Bos tiau’B X R ads will move back to Concord in a tew weeas. We have a new mail carrier on Rockwell route No 2 since Mr. Shoe’s Loud expired as substitute, Mr Bernhardt being bonded on Rockwell route No. 1 as a substi tute was put on the rente till a uew mau is appointed, which will be in a short time. Orliu Cruse had a large oorn shucking a few nights ago and 01 e of the best suppers the writer has eaten for quite a while. M, L. Gantt of Salisbury, was down superintending some work on his farm a few days ago. M st of the farmers are about done sowing wheat and oats. The pecp!e of onr community awoke a few mornings ago and, to their surprise, found that while they were asleep Jack Frost bad made his appearauce. As announced in last week’s is sue of 1 he Mat hma.v, H L. Mi senheim-j ana Miss Cora Leo Foatz, of R >ckwell, were happily married November 4th. Mr. Mis'-n he'tnr r is a popular youug mer chant and a business mau of Rock well, Miss F.ntz is au attractive young lady ana nas many friends. We hope them future success. Rev. H. A. Trtxler has received and acc pted a call fr m' the St. Peter’s and Sf-. Matthew's congre gations and will take charge of the work January 1-t. Rev Trexler has eeivrd Organ Church for six vears and will leave much good work to his credit He his done m re to enc ur:.ge and train the chi.dren than any one else that has ever preached at O'gan Church in a long time, and the good peo pie of this vicinity regret very much to iose him, but hcpe him the best of success. yjn > oi [an largest grain crops that has been sow e i d mn in many years bas been s wjd down in ocr fection, and more care and better methods than have pvpt been used before Uncle Bill. JACKSOlTcOLLEGE Nov. 10.—The farmers of this section are v^ry busy sowing oats and wheat at present. This section of the country was visited bv snow flurries Sunday. School at the college will start November 10th. The teacheis are Mrs. Mamie Caldwell, prin cipal, and Miss Mary Goodman ass'stant, Geo. M. G odm9n, who has been on the sick list for the past month, is improving we are giad to note. Frankie Morgan and family will move to Salisbury in the near future M.ss Joasie Kluttz will enter school at Crescent soon. O ir c mrannity was shocked to learn nj the death of Jesse Mor gan, N veuiber 2rd Mr Morgan had been s.ck for the past few months w th cancer of the itm ach. He «as a consistent member ot Flat Creek Ptinuit'V* Baptist Church. He wa3 07 years, 3 months and 21 days. FI is r< • mains wore laid to r- st in the cemetery at Corinth Church tie day following at 2 ’’clock. Johnny FOR DELICATE CHILDREN A Mother’s Letter to Mothers. Mrs. E. W. Cooper of Bloomfield, N. J., says: "My child, seven years old, had a bad cold and was weak and quite run down in health. She bad been in this condition for about six weeks when I began giving her Vinol. It was a wonderful help to the child, breaking up her cold quickly and building up her strength beside. I have also found Vinol a most excel lent tonic for keeping up the chil dren’s strength during a siege of Whooping cough.” Vinol is a wonderful combination of two world-famed tonics—the medl cinal body building elements of cod liver oil and iron for the blood, there fore it is a perfectly safe medicine for children, because it is not a patent medicine, everything in it Is printed on every package, so mothers may know tvhat they are giving their little ones. Therefore we ask every mother of a weak, sickly or ailing child in this vicinity to try Vinol on our guarantee, i P. S. Our Saxo Salve is truly won derful for Eczema. We guarantee }t, ' Smith Drag Co., Salisbury, N. 0. ' trading ford, Nov. 10 —Just a little cool long now N c-) fell weather. T is s ction was almost flo ded Saturday evening with one of the lat lest, rams that has been this 'ear. The streams and creeks sere very high Sunday. Wheat sowing is almost .bub voided It snov d hem Sunday mcrniiig 'ight ali ng. It made us feel like 'oing rabbit hunti..g. Sam Snort has advertised for 1000,000 rabbit hides and has iought 40 up to this lime. Dat ong sl ug pretty weiJ, don’t you ihink? The rally day at Bethel Sunday ilmost proved a failure on account of the bad weather. There was 10 speaker here for the evening lervice, so the pastor preached two excellent sermons whioh the small or. wd present enjoyed. It is now reported that school will not start here until the last week in this molith. The com mittee says that the children will have more time to go in the spring „ than now. We agree with them. J. B. Cornelison was plowing with his big plow last week. The plow is being pulled with an oil engine whioh will require about twenty-five gallons cf oil per day. No wonder kerosene is going up. No sickness reported this week except a little grumbling as usual. Misses Lucy Orr and Alioe Pea oock went to Salisbury the other day and bought them each a new hat. I wonder what that means? Well we have said enough for thist ime, bye-bye. Sam Snort. To Cure a Cold In One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the Cough and Headache and works off the Cold. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W, GROVE’S signature on each box. 25c. Associate Reformed Presb/terian Synod. Statesville, Nov. 7.—Interest ing sessions of the Associate Re formed Presbyterian Bynod were held today and considerable busi upfi was transacted. During the forenoon session a committee wes appinted to work out a plan for org inization or a loan and invest ment oompany in the synod, with recommendations at- the next an nu 1 meeting. At the afternoon session the synod decided to meet next year at Little Reck, Aik., and chose Dr. G G, Parkinson, profess >r in the theological seminary at Dae West, as the next moderator. Dr. Park inson founded the first Associate Reformed church in Little Rock. Cjrst O'd Sores, 0:r>er flemcdies Wtr’1 Eon The a - rst cases, nc matter of how long st; nding are ct red by the wonderful, old reliable L/t. fetter s Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve* Psijt and Heals at the same time. 25c. 50c. 51.00. ROCK. Nov. 10.—The farmers are pret ty well through with their work. Most of the c rn, cotton, etc., is gathered. Oor school opened this miming with J hn L Fisher, principal, a.td Misi Nelli" Park, assistant. E.-D.A Siff rd, cur new super visor, is getting ready to go to work cu the r.ads He has gath ered the few old tools togetter that were, in the care of the old supervisor, Mr. Shenek J. F, Park is going to try four acres of ccru under the directions of Mr. Freeman next summer. He is beginning work cn the land now . The farmers all made a goed crop of oeiton in this commnity. R v. R F, Crooks preached an excellent sermon at Rock Grove Church yesterday afternoon. We had quite a rainy time Sat urday und Saturday night Sun day morning we had a little bucw. J. M Castor is working up a □ ice farm. D C PowIsb has bought a new sewing machine. W. H Earnhardt has ordered the improved golden chimes or gau. Saw. CRYING FOR HELP. .ots of it in Sal sbury Sul Daily Growing Worse. The kidneys often cry for help. Not another organ in the whcle oody more delioately cbustrucled ; Not one mere impertant to lealth I The kidneys are the filters of ihe blood. When they fail the blo:d be- | iomea foul and coisonous. f ( There can be no health where .here is poisoned blood. j Backache is one of the frequent ndications of kidney trouble. I It is often the kidneys' cry for , lelp. Herd it. I Read what Doan’s Kidney Pills ^ lave done for overworked kidneys Read what Doan’s have done for I Salisbury people. William A Baker, 1015 S Pul- ( ;od St., Salisbury, .N. 0,, says: r ‘I bad backache and my kidneys | rere out of order. A friend ad- . rued me to try Doan’s Kidney " 'ills and I did so. They helped 1 ne immediately and a couple of i" j. x e stepped the trouble.” ( For sale by all dealers. Price 60 i :ents Foster-Miiburn Co., Buffalo. I lew York, sole agents for the Uc'te.i* hates. i | Remember the name—Doans - an 1 ; ake no other. I Bj It Always Helps N says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in EjKl ; writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman’s jggj tonic. She says further: “Before I began to use gOja Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I fcegg thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able ^§9 to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles jp§ia .j of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon fTl p§a gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, IgSa as well as run a big water mill. ijgal I w>sh every suffering woman would give hSh I RDtll I H The Woman’s Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, §£■ and it always does me good.” rQh F'-'l Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, |kal tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman- fc-vi HH ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman’s p®>8 L — a tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui IfSjg for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing reSra women for more than fifty years. P*^ g Get a jfottfeToday! g THE MAXWELL CHAMBERS SCHOOL. TwKs J 101 South Jackson St., SALISBURY, N. C. TEACHERS, J. H. Elder, B. S., L. H, Rothroek, M. A., Miss Grace Lawrence. This school aims t > give thorough preparation for any college or for life work. Number of students limited. Individual at tention. Bible taught. Not sectarian. Promoted and patron izod by members of fi/e denominations. Spacious gr unds. Steam heat. Modem furniture, p .r further information, apply to J. H. ELDEK, Principal, Salisbury, N. C. K'^7rc7KTCTCar7r:.’Vs«TC7i?7rTC7F:7K7rc7r:« l Farms tor sale! Is ——mrimiinMMinm^g^—B——i—— 7! £ If you wautrto buy a Farm, K Large or Small, see us. ?l £ If vou have a Farm to Sell, !*! R List it with us. 3 U ■■■■.... A ^SALISBURY REALTY’j £ and Insurance Company. sj | McCnbbins & Harrison Co. 1 I Captital - $20,000.00 $ | Surplus - $16,000.09 | ■ REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT, transacts a general A g real estate business. A 1L0AN DEPARTMENT, loans funds for clients so as § to net the investor six percent, remits interest i semi-annually and guarantees interest, principal, 1 iand the title to the property upon which the fund 9 is loaned. m D INSURANCE DEPARTMENT, represents old line ! 1 companies in life, fire, casualty insurance, and % contract bonds. 2 [RENTAL DEPARTMENT, collects rents on proper' S ties, makes returns, and looks after the general £ upkeep of properties for absentee landlords, or S those who do not care to take personal charge. • ! Z | McCubbins & Harrison Co., t E1 T. E Witherspoon, E. H. Harrison, W. H. Hobson, • Treasurer, President, Secretary, k | Rubber Tires! j » ———2 I Now is the time to have new 0 & rubber tires put on your buggy. a We put on the genuine Kelly V Springfield tires for ^ —*$15.00 a Set V J. 0. WHITE & CO. ! Vehicle Manufacturers 0 Phone 143. 212 JE. Maher St. J \ SALISBURY, M. C. § • n* .>• >*•«.