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=._—- ' . i V') ..ft A..j, -- VOL. XII. NO. 7 FOURTH SERIES SALISBURY, N, C, WEDNESDAY, JANUSRY 2iTD, HH8: ; o Wm. H-STEWART, ED. AND PROP. She Will "1 Recover So her doctor said. Her friends and neighbors felt j sure of it too. 'They have used Peruna themselves and know of its merits. That, old cough that had worried her for years and years, for which she had taken all sorts of cough medicines, has disappeared. Peruna is doing the work. She will recover. Indeed, she has recovered. Her name Is Mrs. William Hohmann, 2764 Lincoln Ave, Chicago, Ills. She had suffered ■with catarrh of the bronchial tubes and had a terrible cough ever since a child. As she got older she grew worse. She coughed both winter and sum mer. Had to sit up at night. Could not sleep. “But all that has left me now. Peruna has cured me.” There are others, and there is a reason. rChero-Colal Yaiualle *n 1 Sale. Pursuant to n decree of the Superior Court of Rowan County made in the special proceeding entitled a A. Wal lace, administrator of J. R. Wallace against Mosella Watson and others. 1 will offer at public sale at the court house door in Salisbury on Monday, February 14, 1916, being the first day cf the Superior Court, a tract of 19 1-4 acres ol valu able farming lands situated in L eke township, about three miles from China Grove and about 7 miies from Salisbury, on and near the meadam public road between those places, ad joining James Oorriher, John Hols houser, the old Bruner place -nd others. This ! . dlr.-s w.-il situated, and has good timber ai d water. Plot and deicript'on may be seen at the office of my attorney in Salisbury. Terms: One half cash, balanct due in eight moi ths. Title reserved till purchase money is all paid. This January 4, 19,6 A. A Wallace. Admr. and Com., R. F. D. No., Glass, N. C. Theo. F. Kluttz, Attorney. DR. W. C. TAYLOR, Dentist. Hours. 8:30 to 12:30, 2 00 to 5:30, and other hours by appointment, ’Phones Office '47 Residence 254 Office recond floor of WACHOVIA Bft^K BUILD! G, En'rance first door on Cnufpil St. ROCK . ,T. F. Phillips has been remodel i > bis rt-sidei ce. The farmers of th’s section ar9 I' ginning farm operations for the c ruing season. Ktuttz aud Park Academies cr jssed bats last Friday aud soored 20 to 25 in favor of Kluttz. The Shaping roller mill haB bem closid down for Borne time at Mr. Shuping states that he •as a boiler under way. J unes Castor has be-n draj;ng or George Shuping from Satis fy to Rook Milo John has been assisting ■i. M. chupiog in constructing a nice drive way ai.d lawn for his new residence. Miss May Shinu, who L a been on the sick list, we are glad to note is improving, Dan Jacksou has been doing a lot of chopping, M. A. Overoash is visitiug over Saturaay a.id Sunday. Robert Josey has moved his der r ck on Ramsy and Collins granite elt. liiym.ud Funderburk has pur cr.uaed a tract of land from lye Klutz. J. M. Troutman viBited at Mrs. Frank Taylor’s Saturday night and Sunday. Chas Safrit and J . H. Johnson itartod to town Saturday with a oad of cotton for the Salisbury marks t. There was quite a crowd disap pointed at the Rook Grove church he fifth Sunday on account of the pastor failing to be present. Aithur Weayer, Arthur Kluttz, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roseman and the writer spent Sunday evening at W. H. Earnhatdt’s. John Bost spent Sunday even g at G M. Shupiug’s W. 1) Troutman spent a pleas ot evening at C. W. Ketuer’s ‘ast Sunday. There will be an oyster supper it Bruner Ketners next Saturday aight, the 5th, for the beuefit of Ebenezer church. We notice tl at Venus has been dreaming some and Uncle Bill decided to dresm. We was sail ing over the Atlantic to aid Ger many and all at once was shatter ed by the explusure of a torpedo •?hich threw us out of the bed od he floor, i-'cidentslly waking us ep to find it ,dilv a dream. Tret ut your dream Venus. Unolf Bill r» ORGAN CHURCH. Jan 81.—J . T. m d G. I, Carter attended the live stock association at SaiiBbury last week. Airs. Robert Carter has beeD confined to her bed with la grippe but is improving we are glad to say. Calvin Miller is Bawing for Harvey Foutz near Organ. Mr, Foutz will eject a dwelling this sprit g Klutlz and Otmer crossed bats last Friday on the formers dia mend. The sc:ra was 6 and 4 in favor of the Ktutbz boys. Jacob A. Carter has swapped horses. The. Lyerly is confined to his bed with la grippe. M. M. Ketner is clearing a large new ground. J. Lawson Kluttz will Boon finish sawing lumber for Rev. R R. dowers, We are having some work done on the public roads whioh are in much need of it. Ady Wenzil spent Sunday even ing with J, I. Carter. Sweet Heart. lias Used Chamberlain's Cough Re medy for jo Years, “Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has beeu used iu my household for the past twenty years. I la gan giving it to my children when they wer6 small. As a quick re lief for croup, whooping oougn, and ordinary ooids, it has no equal. Being free from opium and other harmful drugs, I never felt afraid to give it to the chil dren I have recommended it to a large number of friends and neighbors, who have used it and spetk highly of it,” writes Mrs. Mtake, Shurtsviile, N. Y. Ob tainabl6 everywhere. An important meeting was held in Charlotte yesterday when a joint commission of the North Carolina aud Tennessee Synods of the Lutheran church assembled to act up-u the question of ui ife iup these two synods. The mem b9rB of the North Carolina com mission are: Rev. 0. P. Mc Laughlin, Concord; Rev. W H. Riser. China Grove; Rev. M. M, Kiuard, D. D., Salisbury; and Prof. George MoAllister, of Mt Pleasaut. The Tennessee synod embraces all of the ohurohes in western part of this state and the opinion of many is that el! the Lutheran churches of this sta'.e should be included in the North Carolina synod. = -J R wan O' uufcy stock *tood Wei! aaiOi g tb ' ribbon winners, wlii h were aunt u cad nt the cl si g ses gi in ol the liv- stock sh w bald hare lust Fiidav. 1 ha ribbon winners are given below: H rses: Draft (purebred and regis tered ) Oiass 1 —Percheron stallion a y age, 1st A. K. Lv“riv, Salisbury, R 4 Oiass 8 —Bra id mart 4 years old Slid over. 1st-. C H Alien, Olay !a. d 2 of. B B Miller fit Ulla 0 u > 8 —Siullion foal, JF B Mi-ler, Bai t1 ury, R 4 dues 10—Pair hitchad town pi n. stallions, g-* Id lugs or mares Class 11—Oh mpion mare, ay age. 0 H Allen, Cleveland Light Horses (purebred and register-d ( Class lb —Stallion, any age J G Brown, Salisbury, R 2 Class 14—Ma'e, any age, JAW Barkley, Statesville Light Horses( grade) Class 21—Stallion, gelding or mare hitched to buggy. 1st, J A W B»rkley Statesville; 2nd, J G Brown, Salisbury, R 2 Saddle Horses Class 22—Five-gaited gtallion, gelding or mare 1st, J S Cald wall, Mt. Ulla; 2nd, W T Sum mer, Salisbury Mules Class 82—Mule 8 years old or over. 1st ai d 2nd. W R Barber, Barber Junction Glass 84—Mule 1 year and under 2, 1st and 2ud, C H Allen, Clev. ■ land Beef Cattle Hereford (pure-bred and regie tared) Class 52—Bull, 1 year old and under 2, 1st, B B Miller, ML Ulla Class 58—Bull under 1 year, Isl and 2nd, C A Brown Cleveland Clasa 55—Heifer. 2 years old and uudei 3 1st, B B Mtllsi, Mt. Ulla Cisss 57—Heifer under 1 y-'ar, 2nd, C A Brown, Cleveland Grade Dairy Cattle (any breed) Claia 180—Cow 3 years old or over, 2ud, U G Wilson, Salisbury. Other dairy cattle on exhibition not competing owued by Fisher’s Dairy aud J F Ludwick, of Salis bury Hrgs Berkshiia (pure-bread aud re sisted) Class 156—Sow, 6 months aud under 12, 1st, Samuel *P J Yow, Greensboro, R 3 Class 157—Sow u ider 6 months, lit, Samuel P J Yow, Greeusborc, R3; 2ud, John Yaw, Greensboro, R. 3 nog- cii exoitntiou bit not o m peting w«rn wned by J K Lud wick, Salisbury, Btrashir-; SD Bam s, Linw <d, 0 I G 8. v ral c idler pure bred eni tn.-.'r were on exhibition but did •m o inpeto ' r priz s, among es» !'ei'-g the Pore heron Stall w ed bv f e Slate test, farm a i to- black Perehernn Stallion wo d bv G G R t,oh o, Sal shun. M w Mr. Davis Uit Rid of a Bid Cough. "8< me timo ago I had a very bail enug' ’ w itpg Lea is T. Davis, Ble-okwaJer, Del. “My brothe' McCabe Davis gave me a small belle 1 Chamberlain’s Gough R in dy Aft r taking this I light, half a d z «n b ttles of it t lit. o lv used one of them as the coii.h loft me and I have net been ' t o Id since.1’ Obtainable ev< ry wh> re Sens For 1915 Til., following is a statement oi In w many times it s.mwed in the year 1915 I refer tc b lh heavy and lighi 8ii ws. January, !6 times; February 2 time ; March, 2t times; April, 5 times; December, 9 t.im^s; total 54 :im“s J T Carter, R ck well, R 2, Box 80, N. Constipation When oostive or troubled with constipation take Chamberlain's 1 ablets They ari easy to take a d most agreeable in effect. Obtainable everywhere. Tn attempt to board a moving freight train in the Southern yard at Concord, Walter Or uch. of that place was thrown under the wheels, and b: th leg“ wore terribly manghd between his thigh and knees. He died about one hoar lator. Whenever You Need a General ^ Take Grove’s The Old Standard Grove’s Taste - • hi! I Tonic is equally valuable General Tonic because it contain;, well known tonic propertiesof QUIN ’' and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Dr > ■ oat Malaria, Enriches the Blood as . Builds op the Whole System. 50 cent,. Fa» Daw Olfcals lo Msei 1 lie K»i ui ro Uuiou is working v.ry zealously to make the rurtsl sections ai.d the com ts at large a better place to live. The uuion earnestly (quest every man, woman, boy and gi'l of the county t) d > their honest best to make the present school tuna more gioricus success. The trade ageuts of the various Fa'm rs U, ion locals in theccun tv are r- quested to meet with tne 1 >cal ffiiiils from the various Faiutets U ion Locals in the 3 unty, at chetr annual meeti g tie I’eld in the old c"urt hon - Saturday, February 6th, at 11 >'c ck. This is a very important mei t* iug and it is absolutely neces a y that we have a full repr sentatio . All members are at liberty to meet with us, if they so desire. Fraternally, Oscar H Phillips, County Pres. —-K «l a- - _ For Children’* Cough Remedy. You oauuos use anything l et'er foi your child’s cough ai.d c. u than Dr. Kiug's New D scoveiy. It is prepared fu m Piue Tar mix ed with healing and sootl.i g balsams It does net couth i. anything harmful and is sligh I. laxative, just enough to expel iLe poisons trom the system. Dr King’s New Disoovery is autisep tio, kills the cold germs, raises the phlegm, loosens the oengh and soothes the irritation. Don't put off treatment, Oonghg aud oolds often lead to serions long troubles. It is also good for adults aud the aged . Get a bot t e today. All druggists. Rev. W. H. Hardin spent last Saturday in Monroe where he as sisted Rev. Thomas L. Trott in conducting the fnueral and burial services over the body of J. W. Farley. Mr. Farley was the fath er of J. W. Farley, of Salisbury, and died suddenly in Monroe last Thuiday of beait trouble NO TIME WASTED Prompt Action Is Pleasing Many Salisbury Citizens. Get down to the canse of every thing. Bad backs are frequently oanied by weak kidneys. Help the kidneys to get rid of kidney backaohe. Doan’s Kidney Pills are for the kidneys only No time wasted trying to onre other troubles. Salisbury people endorse their merit. Mrs D, A . Holbrooks, 218 S. Lee St,, Salisbury, lays: “Five year- ego I had attacks of lum bago that nearly put me down and out. Mv back ached constantly. Doan’s Kidney Pills were recom mended to me by a friend aud I begin taking them. They helped ma as oeci. Whenever my back causes me any mistry new, I use Doan’s Kidney Pi Is aud get prompt relief ” Puce 5'Jo, at ali dealers. Don’t simply ask for a kidney remedy— get Doan’s Kiduey Pills— the - ;ne that Mrs Holbrook- had F sti r-Milb.iru Co. Props., Bui tale, N Y. Deputy isnerirt David (jrauam last Friday toe k J in 0 oop- r from his cel 1 in he Ruw.=l jail to Ral eigh where he was placed in the death tell of the penitentiary to await his execution on February 11th. Cooier will pay the death penalty fer the murder of Lucinda Price, colored, at her home in the western section of Salisbury sev eral mouths ago. Sciatica’s Piercing Pain. To kill the uerve pains *of Scia tica you can always depend in SI aii’s Limmei t. It penetrates to the seat of pain and brings ease as goo i as it is applied, A great comfort too with Sloan’s is that no rubbing is squired. Sloan’s Liu imeut is iuvu uable for stopping musciPar or nerve pain of any kiud. fry it at once if yen -off'r with Rln umat ism, Lumbag', S r Throat, Pain in Chest, Sprains, Bruiset . etc It is excellent for Neuralgia aud Headache 25c. at all druggists. The R wan Baptist Sunday Sohool Association met in Spencer Sunday and rendered a very in teresting and appropriate pioguim last Sunday, Dr. Bell's Pine-T«r-Money. For your ool1, tor your ct.u. ti, for your feverish threat, Ijosh t head, use Dr. Bell’s Pn.o--i. r Honey. Honey soothes lh- ir ■ tatii u, Pine-Tar outs the pi. ley i hut relieving Congestion. Pu, Tar also acts as an antiseptic a - u result general relief fdlmr Breathii g becomes easier bih further inflammation is arr e <1 Insist on Dr. BhP’s Pine Tao Honey. It is an ideal treatment Price 25o. [>n You Find Fault With Everybody? Au irritab'e fault finding dis position ib often due to a dis ordered stomach. A man with good digestion is nearly always good natnred. A gr-at many have been permanently benefited by Chamberlain’s Tablets after years cf suffering. These tablets strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions na turally. Obtainable everywhere. ---- Rev Wateyn o f Charlotte, ireached au excellent sermon at Corinth Baptist church Saturday, Jonuary 29th. t o Drive Out Malaria And Build Up The System Take the Old Standard GROVE’S TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know what you are taking, as the formula is printed on every label, showing ft is Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The Quinine drives ont malaria, the ~»uilds up the system. SO cents Invt • to - ..a.' The n; "Vundard genera- it' thening tonic, GROY “i i. ASTELESS chill ”) -\IC. irivesout Ma.1 .n . -riches the blood, builds up the system. A ti ionic- For adults and children. 60c. Plies -am t w . /our druggist wilt -1 ft » :.l « t . OINTMENT fails to iart fan > ‘.S tcL - Blind, Bleeding or Protruding •?!«-» ^ 4. The first application gives Eas< • c - t The luimne mat Licas i.at . Because of its tonic and 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 1Oek frt*- *1n» eiqrppf-nir*. r*4 Xf W ODorn? 9^ Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won’t Cure. The worst cases, no matter of how long standing, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter’s Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves °ain ana Heals ■*% the sanv* dme. t5q 50c <1.00 Piessueus Wi'sua on Frioay se lected Louis D Braurbei, of Bos ton, to be associate justice of the Supreme Court to su33“ d the late Jus?ice Lanur. M Brandies will b tbs first Jew to ei* on the bq orome bench . He u Kiatuok ibu by birth. Bad Cci’g'li ? Feverish? O i*rippy r These Ailments Weaken Your System. Your Body Then Needs the Help of Dr. King’s New Discovery. Colds are annoying. They inter fere with our duties. In our weak ened condition they may end in a spell of sickness or even more serious ailments. Fear, however, should be overcome, for in Dr. King’s New Discovery you have an effective rem edy. Dr. King’s Nsw Disfit^err contains the ingredients which fght cold, germs, which soothe your cough, healing the irritated and inflame i mucous membranes. Just as soon b. you start taking Dr. King’s New Discovery your recovery is assured. Without assistance your weakened system tries in vain to throw erf these cold germs. Your system crif» for help and Dr. King’s New D - covery is just the remedy neeae;, Get a bottle to-day. Take at or.ce, You will feel much better to-morrow. All druggists. TO THE You are urgently requested to meet the undersigned at the timss and plaoes named below and settle your State and County taxes. Your attention is respectfully oalled to the fact that these taxes are past due and that the usual Maroh attendance will not be made owing to a change in the law. China Grove at Landis, Tuesday, February 1st China Grove at China Grove, Wednesday, February 2nd Atwell at Overcash’s Store, Wednesday, February 2nd Litsker at Faith. Thursday, February 3rd Gold Hill at Rookwell, Friday, February 4th Gold Hill at Gold Hill Tuesday, February 8th Providence at Eller’s Store, Tuesday, February 8tb Morgan at Morgan Muster Grand, Wednesday, February 9th Gold Hill at Granite Quarry, Thursday, February 10th Morgan at Pool Towr, Friday, Febroary 11th JAS. H. KRIDER, (Sheriff. HftMKHMVMMMMHKMMXXKB M ■X3j; ‘aanoMtf ‘jpqcTmvQ T) -m/o w •dn sui paxij apioq auo UBq) esa| H —Abs am jaq •juamiui'q s^BOjg iS jo qmqi o; paouaqa j uaqM qjo,» S Am dn s?uiaii? japisuoa oj paajoj sbm j jsqj amoaaq ji pip snou f4? •3® og 'sjqfia ssapsaj Aueiu am w> pauiad jj -ajos puB auiB[ amBa -aq aauq jjaj Xrn o?b ?uo[ lojq , /J| —Xuouiqsa) J| [njapaj? paqaqosun tiqj pcajj Jf juauninq s.ucois J| Apdiuaj b si ajaijx S (J9J0JJ8JUI u™d S90Q x x x x x x x X ' ' -- - — - - - You’ve hit the right tobacco when you fire-up some Prince Albert in your old jimmy pipe or in a makin’s cigarette. And you know it! Can’t get in wrong with P. A. for it is made right; made to spread- smoke-sunshine among men who have suffered with scorched tongues and parched throats! The patented process fixes that—and It>s an easy joh cuts out bite and parch. to change the shape and ;; p A color of unsalable brands ,1 All day long you’ll sing ^ 4 i i y it is impossible to imi how glad you are you re t«,e the flavor of Pm™ O J J Albert tobacco! The pals with gatentedproceMprotecU Albert the national joy smoke You take this testimony straight from the shoulder, men. You can smoke a barrel of P. A. without a kick! It hands out all the tobacco happiness any man ever dreamed about, it’s so smooth and friendly. It’s a mighty cheer- E„rywhere lebacco „ .oU ful thing to be on talking-terms with your pipe and your tongue at the same time—but that’s what’s coming fyyrJdt\nppiocfhan'J.fma to you sure as you pin your faith to Prince Alberti 5 pound crystal-glass humidor R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C. SSiZSffiSKSiAff . * & ^ L 1 — .. — ■— Deafness lai.nur be Cured, by local applications, as they can i.trfaohtbH die aeed portion of the ear. There is only one way to care desD ess, and that is l-y constitutor 11 a I remedies Deaf ness is caused by an inflamed oon dition of the mncous lining of the Eustachan Tube. Wheu this tube is inflamed you have a rambling or imperfeot hearing and when it is entirely cloied, deafness is the result, and unless the inflamma tion can be taken ont and this tube restored to its normal con dition, bearing will he destroyed forever; nine oases ont of ten are oansed by catarrh which is noth ing bat an inflamed condition of the maoons surface We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case ot deafue>s (caus* ed by catarrh) that oannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75c, Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation. - —• m John Rogers is spending a few days visiting near China drove. -1- - riany People Don’t Know. A sluggish liver oau cause a person an awful lot of misery. Spells of diiiiuesi, headaches, constipation and biliousness are sure signs that your liver needs help. Take Dr. King’s New Lrfe Pills and see how they heip tone up the whole system. Fine for the stomach too. Aids digestion Purifies the blood and clears the complexion, Only 25o. at your druggist. -• -<^w- • Jas A Morgan is contemplating building a new residence.