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FOR FIVE YEARS I Htiar&y of Friends Thought Mr. Hughes Would Die, But One Helped Him to |i Recoveiy. [ Pomeroyton, Ky.—In Interesting ad vices irom this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows: “1 was down with ■tnmarii trouble for five (5) years, and would have sick headache so bad, at flows, that I thought surely I would die. I I tried different treatments, but they did not seem to do me any good. ! 1 got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, and all my friends, except one, thought I would die. He advised me to try Ifcedtbrd’a Black-Draught, and quit taking other medicines. I decided to take his advice, although I did not have any confidence in it. 1 have now been taking Black-Draught for three months, and it has cured me— haven’t had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. I am so thankful for what Black Draught has done for me.” Thedford’s Black-Draught has been found a very valuable medicine for de rangements of the stomach and liver. It is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely used by young and old, and should be kept in every family chest. Get a package today. Only a quarter. ]-« Make Your Own Paint! ..,|j YOU WILL SAVE 60cO.PERGAL. THIS IS now f !Buy 4 gals. L. & M. SEMI-MIXED REAL PAINT. p*-': ■ at $2.10 per gal. - $8.40 fAnd 3 gals. Linseed Oil to mix with it - - - 2.10 (You then make 7 gals, of pure paint for - - $10.50 It's only $1.50 per gal. ^Anybody can mix the OIL with the PAINT. (Whereas, if you buy 7 gals, of ready-for-use paint in CANS, you pay $2.10 a gal. or $14.70. ; The L. Cl M. SEMI-MIXED REAL PAINT is PURE WHITE LEAD, _^ZINC and LINSEED OIL, the best-known paint materials for 1OO years. , Use a gal. out ol any L.&M. PAINT you buy, and if not the best paint made, return the paint and get ALL your money back. T. J, Lyprly, Granite Q larry ; S. L- Mullen. Huntersville ; George 0. Goodman & Co., Mooresville; White-Jetton & Co., Davidson ; Owens Drug Co., Winston Salem; Rhyne Hdwe Co., Newton. »'■ 11 1 —————■^ The Farmers* Seed House Phone 119 105 East Fisher St. ALL KINDS OF FIELD AND GARDENSEKD3 Timothy. Red Clover, Sweet Clover, AUike Oliver, Orchard Grass, Meadow Oat Gran, Alfalfa, Alsike and Pim ithy (mixed). Bert’s 90 day Oats, White Spring Oats, Red Rust Proof Oats. Soy Beans. All kinds field and Garden Beans, Peas, Turnips, Cabbage, Tomato, Beets, and other seeds. Our prices are right. Come and see us. Get the value of your money fc. i ......i. - i i i i i ..dj.-i ., I. ,’W“€#/S\/i\/HK/fx/WNifr | Farms tor sale* r i £ If you want to buy a Farm, $| £ Large or Small, see us. If you have a Farm to Sell, $| R List it with us. % - *1 l SALISBURY REALTY* | and Insurance Company. ^ KN«/ Vt/\a/Ml/V/' dj/ 8/ ^ */ht/'&/'*/\*A\t/k ROCKWELL, ROUTE 2. March 28.—On account of mumps the sohool at Park acad emy was closed March 20th. W. C. Peeler and H. L. Mc Combs of Rockwell, have organ ized a company and installed a mint-cola plant at Gastonia, N. C. Mr. Peeler has been elected general manager and Mr. Mc Combs secretary. Mr. Peeler has for the past several years been a salesman on the road and for the last ten months has sold mint cola for the mint-cola people. He knows the miDt cola business well j and we predict success for the new company. Thomas Rhinehardt of Rockwell has a contract to build a delivery wagon for the newly organized mint-cola company at Gastonia. W, C. A. Park has purohaBed a fine milk cow. There was a birthday dinuer given in honor of Mrs. Adeline Yost March 17 th About TOO peo ple were present, a bountiful table was set and all enjoyed the occa sion very much, Mrs, Yost was 80 years old. M. A. Holshouser is building an addition to his barn. John M, Rost is doing the work. Clarence Bost has bought a new wagon. J. F. Park bought another liue horse about a week ago. M. W. Shive, who has been Tunning a lumber plant in South Carolina, is visiting home folks gear Organ Church. Iu a fast and interesting game cf ball the Klnttz bo>e defeated Lowerstone by a score of 15 to 4 Cruse was in the box for Klnttz and pitched a m-st exo Blent game considering his youth in baseball. Barringer was in the box for Low erstone and pitched good ball till he had the misfortune to get hit by a batted ball. The teams will play again soon. There will be communion ser vice held at Organ Church Sunday April I2th, preparatory service on Saturday afternoon before, and also an easter egg hunt on Satur day afternoon. Dora Miller of near Faith, vis ited her Qparents Sunday, March 22nd. The Patriotic Sons of Amerioa at Rockwell, has taken in quite a number of new members m the past few months and the lodge at this plaoo is prowing rapidly. The Rockwell Brass Band has been secured to furuiBh music for the entertainment of the high school at that place, which will take plaoe in the near future. Unolk Bill -• •-— Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser. F'ueh out the accumulated waste and poisons of the winter months; cleanse your stomach, liver and kidneys of all impuri ties. Take Dr. King’s New Life Pills; nothing better for purify ing the blood. Mild, non*gripiDg laxative. Cures constipation; makes you feel fine. Take no other. 25a, at your Druggist. Buoklen’s Arnica Salve for All Hurts. [ROCK. March 80.—The farmera were pretty busy for the past week. Wheat, oats, olover, etc., are looking well for the laet few days. Mumps is in almost every fami ly in the oommunity. J. L. Stirewalt is enjoying mumps, also John Shaping. Mrs. J. M. Castor has been pretty siok for a week with mumps. Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs W. H. Earnhardt is very siok with pneumonia. J. D. L. Brown bought a fine pi? last week. Jaoob Misenheimer is giving in structions in mnsio at the follow ing homes: W. H. Earnhardt, John Shaping, Sampson Shaping, and John Josey’s. R. J. W. Kluttz went to Salis bury Saturday for his fenoing. He will be patting up fence this week. There will services and "sing ing” at Rook Grove Church every Sunday, at 2:80 o’clock, by Jacob J Misenheimer. E. D. A. Sifford, our supervi-1 sor, will do some repair work on I the roads this week. The sohool at the colored school, house, olosed Friday. The pa- 1 rents and ohi'dren spent tho day pleasantly. | H. A. A. Kluttz is working the ' rotd by his olover lot. Saw. FAITH. Maroh 28th.—Rev. C. P. Fish er left today for Flint Hill on the Yadkin River, to address the Jun iors and present a bible at a Hag raising at that place. J. T. Wyatt shipped eleven pair millstones Maroh 26th and eight pair Maroh 28th. It takes a lot of men and a lot of work to get them ready for market. First the hand driller, next granite cutters, next to haul to depot. C. C. Wyatt whose place ad joius the Balfour quarry, has a tine lot of pink granite on it. One of the blockmakers at Faith, just left for 8t. Louis, Mo We understand Harvey Kluttz, j at Rock Roller Mill, is going into j the poultry business. Venus saw the machinery in op eration today at the Mint-Cola Co’s, works. We met onr old friend, John Yarber, who was as basy as a bee, inspecting the bot tles with eleotrio lights. The works are worth going to see Mr. Sharpe is successfully lift ing bis big granite quarry at an other plaoe. Mr. Sharpe is one of the best quarry operators on the granite belt and his work scat ters a big lot of money among the people here. Venus got 'some flue pictures at Paul Miller's birthday celebra tion. You can get one of the ta ble and orowd for 10 cents by mail. Mrs. William Foil has a hen that laid two eggs one day. J T. Wyatt is going to try to win the gold medal this time on his millstones at the Panama Ex position at Ban Franoieco next year. He come in one of winning it at the St. Lonis Exposition . He got the one next to it, the bronze medal, and a diploma, of which be is very prond. That was ahead of everybody els9 in North Caro lina, Solomon Yost is still in bed . Venus, ■■■ ■ ■ s<m> Check Your April Cough. Thawing frost and April rains chill you to the very marrow, you oatoh cold—Head and lungs stuff ed—You are feverish—Cough oou tinually and feel miserable—You need Dr. King’s New Discovery. It soothes inflamed and irritated throat and lungs, stops cough, your head clears up, fever leaves, and you feel fine. Mr. J. T. Davis, of Stickney Corner, Me., “Was onred of a dreadful cough after dootor's treatment and all other remedies failed. Relief or money baok. Pleasant—Chil dren like^it. Get a bottle to-day. 60s. and 91-00, at your Druggist. Buoklen’s Aruica Salve for All Sores. t PUMPKIN CENTER. March 27,—We think that the ground-hog has gotten ashamed of himself and came out before time, as the peach trees are blooming and the farmers are preparing to plaut corn. C. G. Morgan, of this communi ty, was married March 17th to Miss Addie Safeley of Stanly County, the Rev. Treeoe officiat ing. The Parks school, taught by Tom Mergau, will close tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs 3 C. Lisk of Sal isbury, who have been visiting in this community for the past few days, returned home today. John L. and Seburn Sharer made a flying trip to Salisbary today. Old Auat Sis Shaver is very ill at this writing and is not expeofc ed to live very long. W, A. Kirk is oriticBlly ill with la grippe we are soJry to note. Dr, J. A. Allen of New London, is the attending physician, Mrs. Mack Shaver, who has had an attack of pneumonia, is im proving we are glad to Dote. Mrs, Nancy Jane Miller is very ill at this writing, we are sorry to note. I. C. Shaver and son, Ernest, spent Wednesday night in Salis bury . Mrs. Minnie Lisk and obildren of Conccrd, are visiting her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W, Shaver, at this writing. I. L. Shaver of Rutherford College, visited home folks from the 12th to 16th. He is one of the speakers for the medal in the Newtonian’s annual debate to be held the night of the 10th of April. There will be preaohing and commuuiou Bervioe at Zion M. E. Church, south, Easter Sunday at 11 o’clock . Miss Carrie E. Shaver, daugh ter of I. Cowau Shaver, is one of the contestants in the Watchman and Rhc ud voting oontest. She would greatly appreciate any one casting t'aeir vote for her. rl here will be an exhibition, flag raising and bible presentation at Prosperity school house on Satur day, April 11th. Everybody is invited to come and spend a dsy of pleasure with us We are ex pecting to have a bnass baud. D n’t forget the time, Saturday before Easter. Come prepared to stuy all day and briug well filled baskets. Bill. ST. PAULS. March 28.—There will be a flag raising and a big dinnsr at the Kluttz and Menius school house on Easter Monday. Jason S.fford visited home folks last Saturday night. Henry Hill’s baby fell against the heater and was burned very badly. Charlie Ycst Bawed wood for C. D Feeler with his gasoline engine, on the 25th. M. L, Yost is down at his fath er’s helping to log a saw mill. Lee Webb is over with the mumps and is able to be out again. Look out girls he is oom ing. James Stiller has been baling hay for G. A. Goodman. E. F. Rodgers has been doing some ditching. J. M. Yost has bought a lot at Kannapolis and expeots to build soon, Lee Webb and Fazzie visited near Liberty Saturday night and Sunday, Charlie Yost, Stickly Coon and I’. E. Webb went down to Rock well the 26th and took in the meeting of the Patriotio Order Sous of Amerioa. They report having had a nice time. Robert Maxwell was noticed standing on his head the other day. It’s a boy. Blok Eybb Girl. Wachovia Bank and Trust Go. Salisbury, N. C. NEXT TO COURT HOUSE Will pay you 4 par cent on your deposits and compound the interest quarterly. This is a Big Bank, why not open an account with us! Peopes' National Bank Salisbury, N. C. , Does General Banking Business WE PAY FOUR PERCENT on time de posits. Interest payable every 8 month* Prompt att9nion given to any busi ness entrusted to us. Your business solicited. RRR-Peoples National Bank John 8. Henderson, J. D. Norwood, president. cashier. P. L. Gaskill, W. T. Busby, V-i resident. Asst, cashier Chloce Eggs for Hatching of my fine, heavy weight, oorreot color, Columbian Wyaudottes. 15 eggs 90 cents. Miss Nora MoLaugblin route 1, Cleveland, N 3. 3 18-8t ROCKWELL. M.r.li 29 —The free sehool at Bethany, near Gold Hill, will dose on Friday, April 10th. At 11 a. m. there will be a flag raising by the Councils of Gold Hill and Rockwell. Dinner will be served on the ground. In the afternoon there will be races of various kinds and a ball game. At 8 p. m. an entertainment will be given by the school with the following program: Song, “Welo me,” by a chorus. Song, “G double0 D good,” by small girls. Reo., “Perplexed,” by Hellen Miller. Dia , “Petertown Proposal. Rao., “Oar Hired Girl,” by Carrie Rothrock. Dia., “D it Entertains.” Rec., “The Raggedy Man,” by Nora Hart Dia., “The Train to Monro.” Drill, “Doll,” by small girls. Dia., “The Cabbage Hill School.” Rec., “My Days and Nowadays” by Carrie Beaver. Drill, "Japanese Lantern Drill” Dia., “Jumbo Jum.” Farewell, “Goodby School mates.” Music will be furnished by an efficient string band. Everybody is cordially invited xxx ---— jr GOLD HILL. There will be a flag raising and a bible presentation at Betheny school house on good Friday, April 10th at 11 a. m by the Gold Hill and R^okwell Council's Jr. 0. U. A. M. The speakers will be Bros. C. A Brown of China Grove and Rev. 0. P. Fish er of Faith, A large crowd is ex pected. There will also be an entertainment at night. Come all, bring well filled baskets, en ioy the day and hear these distin guished speakers as they are all good. FOR THE pRIP Peruna Is Sometimes Used With Good Results tiwv mi mi IJ people use Peru na for the grip. Some use It as Boon as the grip begins, taking It during the acute stage of the dis ea s e, claiming for It great effi cacy in shorten ing the disease, and especially i ln »norten mg Mrs. Jane Gift. the aft€r stagea. Many people take It after they have had the grip. Their convalescence Is Blow. They have suffered along for a month or two, without any signs of complete recovery. Then they resort to Peruna as a tonic, with splendid results. Mrs. Jane Gift, R. P. D. 1, Athens, Ohio, whose portrait appears above, writes: "I think X would have been dead long ago if it had not been for Peruna. Six years ago I had la grippe very bad. The doctor came to see me every day, but I gradually grew worse. I told my husband I thought I would surely die if I did not get relief soon. “One day X picked up the news- i paper and accidentally found a test!- ' monlal of a woman who had been ' cured of grip by Peruna. I told my husband I wanted to try it. He went directly to the drug store and got a bottle of Peruna. I could see the im provement in a very short time ana was soon able to do my work. I con tinued using it until l was entirely cured.” Mr. Victor Patneaude, (29 Madison St„ Topeka, Kas., writes: “Twelve years ago I had a severe attack of la grippe and I never really recovered my health and strength, but grew weaker every year, until I was unable to work. “Two years ago I began using Pe runa and it built up my strength so that ln a couple of months I was able to go to work again. This winter I had another attack of la grippe, but Peruna soon drove It out of my sys tem. 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