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-Written by - . ~ OUR CORRESPONDENT, FAITH. February 9th.—Mrs. Mary Jo sephine Fraley departed this li/e February 5th, aged 70 years, G months and 17 days. She leaves a husband, two sons, two daugh ters and six grand-children, also two sisters. The funeral service was conducted at the Reformed Ohoroh here by Rev. H. A. Wei ksr assisted by Rev. C. P. Fisher. Interment was made in the ceme tery adjoining, The deoeased had bean in feeble health sinoe last May and had been contiued to bed tor eight days prior to her death. Rev. W. H. Welker married a young couple Sunday night. Ve nire cannot find out who it was as it is bving kept saoret. They came from the country. Mr. Hodges, the show man at Salisbury gave Venus a snake skin for his collection, 18 feet A Og. L A Fesperman found a hornet nest 41 inches around and 48 in ches long. Jackson Bost is using a buggy h* bought in 1874. SOUTH ROWAN. Feb. 14.—John Johnson is re covering. M L Ovarcash has plenty of garden seed to sell, William Basinger went to Kiu napolis in search of a job, M A Oreroasb killed a dog last week that veighed 250 pounds. J B Panioger visited at, M A Ov6roa»h’s Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Sowers preached an excel lent sermon at Organ church last Sunday. A A Castor and wife asusted in bntcheriug at Paul Clark s on Tue» lay. Obas Park and Clarence Stire walt took a big load of potatoes to Kannapolis today. Mrs. Jane Nante oanae to M L Overoash’e store Saturday and she had two sets f twins with her. Robert Josey is making rapid progress opening his quarry, th is preparing to dll a big contract. Lather Overcash and Harvey Stirewalt, of Kannapolis, spent Saturday and Sunday at their home here. Mi’s Qirlie Earnhardt and Ar thur Kluttz were married last Sunday. May they enjoy a long and happy nfa. Will Park and Stirewalt are do ing a little work now in their quarry. Business had been dull for some time bat it is improving just now The roads and paths were cut ■ LI U U i Li CU1B UU IUIUUU IV J i»BU W OOIi The writer advocates roads and paths to every house, but some folks d i i’t care as long as they can get out otherwise. CLARKSVILLE. The gr mod hog is holding his own at present. C. T. Rjsemau and George Troutman visited at C. A, Peth el’s. Sunday. Miss Girlie Earnhardt and Ar thur Klnttz were married last Sunday night at Faith, Reo. Wel ker officiating . i’he bride is the daughter of W ii Earnhardt and an attractive y mg lady. The groom is ernpl v ri at Rockwell as fireman. Thevotng couple h ve the besv wishes ot c.ie entire com mnn ty lor a Hng and happy life. The proprietor f R.ok Roller mill has the found rtion down for his new boiler, u being laid by contra*tor Sv-.dv Holmes and George Shuping. Milo Johnson has the contract to cut out a Urcr-- quautity o f poplar timber f .r B ,-nard Lentz, who expects t mir< t it soon. The writer was in .; reoently and wa > sf r led to see a l_ _ _ 1 A .. a. I_ . 1 bank. a.iJ having - m rzle loading shot gu , one f V u ’ re lies per haps, fire;! at tri rep le ohoak ing him to de ith vi n ie ramrod, the two barr-*U g pig if the stock and killing tw - wild —*hr explosion kicked h m bin wards in the creek w r- In emerged presently with h-* b > ■ • e overflow ing with oa fi>t. i- m big hont foradreim' i r t >ui - our dream Venae. Rustt. Cures Old Sores, Other Reir.ot ss Won’t Cure. The worst cases, no matter of how ic »g standing, arc Cored by the wonderful o<‘d reliable Dr. PaCllfC Antiseptic Healing Du. It relieves fiEial Beals M iM same ttoe. rhc.30e.Hgl0 j Peopis who use Peruna Mrs. T. Freeh, R. R. 1, Hickory Point, Tenn., writes: ‘1 am happy, 1 to tell you that I am cured of catarrh. Having been afflicted with S I catarrh and stomach trouble for seven years, and after having tried four different doctors, who only relieved me for a little while, I gave up.all hope of being cured. I was Induced to try Peruna, and to my great surprise X am now entirely well. My health never was betterf’ FOR INDIGESTION Mrs. W. R. Whitehead, R. R. 1, Pryor, Oklahoma, writes: “I am happy to tell you that I keep free from my old stomach trouble: feel no catarrhal symptoms at all. I am able to do my work, eat and drink what I want, and rejoice to know that I found a sure cure In your valuable medicine. I think it saved my life. By beginning In time with Peruna I was cured sound and well.” Are Strong and Happy The Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio. Those who object to liquid medicines can now procure Peruna in tablet form. YOST CORTEGE. Feb 14 —Miss Cora Safrit is keeping house for James Corriher. Plowing is iu vogue at preseut. Miss Mary Rufty is visiting at J J Gaskey s Quinoy Trousmau and sister, Miss Beulah visited their grandpa Saturday night. The school teaoher at Yoat col lege spent Sunday eveuiug with the family of C. R. Julian. C L Webb aDd Miss Rosa Hon b'rger were guests of Charles Sa frit and family Saturday night. Bill Koon was considerably sur prised one morning reoently tc find that his Nauny goat had be come the mother of lour kids. You will have a little trouble tc bring a goat iu the limelight tc beat this, Venus. Morning -Stab. For Children’* Cough Raruady. Y ju caunot use anything better for your ohild’s cough and cold than Dr. King’s New D soovery. I , is prepared from Pine Tar mix ed with healing and soothing balsams It does not contain anything harmful and is slightly laxtuive, JU8U ouuugu w euc poisons irom the system. Dr King’s New Discovery is autisep tic, kilis the oold germs, raisei the phlegm, loosens the ocugh and soothes the irritation. Don't put off treatment, Coughs aud oolds often lead to serious Jung troubles. It is also good for adults aud the aged . Get a bot t e ted»y. All druggists. -• • Rm Siprior Ctrl ! The February term of Rowan Superior court opened on Monday with Judge Ferguson on the bench. Among the cases on the dooket the following are the most important: Bossy Cook, colored, charged jwitb the murder of Gamewell Jef feries, also colored at Granite Quarry some months ago, result ing from a game of cards. D. L. Beasley, a well known white man, charged with house burning, the house whioh he is said to have fired north of Spen cer also being found to oontain goods stolen from Southern fit ight unis. J. T. Williamson is* facing ten indictments growing out of the failure of a bank at Cleveland, in this county, some time ago. There is also a oase to be heard growing out of the wreok of No. 88 in the Salisbury yard the night before Thanksgiving day of last year, in which the engineer, fire man and flagman of No. 88 are indicted for manslaughter. There are several other cases of minor importance. This week is being devoted entirely to criminal cases. The session will oonvene two weekB. 4 Year Old Horss For Sale-—Oaii on or write Milas Milter, Rural No. 6, Salisbury, N. C. Sciatica’s Piercing Pain. To kill the uerve pains of Soia iios you can always depbiid on Roan’s Liniment. It penetrates to the seat of pain and brings ease as soon as it is applied. A great lomfort too with Bioan’e is that uo rnbbii g is required Sloan’s Lin iment is invaluable for stopping muscular or uerve pain of any kind. Try it at once if you suffer with Rheumatism, Lumbago, Bore Throat, Pain in Chest, Sprains, Bruises, etc It is excellent for Neuralgia and Headaohe. 25c. at all druggists. Our Semi-Weekly The Carolina Watchman is published on Wednesday and The Rowan Record on Friday of eaoh week and, so far as news and service is concerned, admirably auswers the purpose 01 a semi weekly. They give you all the county newB, specially prepared for their readers, oondens-d sc that you can get the faots with out having to wade through col umns of childish prattle, and ar ranged so that you can read the home news at a glance, which is given not only the preference hut correctly. These things, in addi tion to the fact that it is a hems newspaper, owned by heme pec pie, employs home people and stands for a tquare deal forborne peop e, regardless of loss or ea• i:, should cause every loyal son ol the oo; nty to make it- his business to subscribe for them first, last and all the time. Deafness Cannor be Cured. by local applications, as they can not rraob tbe dm ased portion of the ear. There is only one way to oure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deaf ness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachan Tut e. When this tube is inflamed y n have a rumbling or imperfeot hearing and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the result, and unless the inflamma tion can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine oases out of ten are oauBed by oatarrh which is noth ing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaoe, We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of deafness (caus ed by catarrh) that oannot be oured by Hall’a Oatarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 76o. Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation. Weather Forecast For February. Prom 3 to 10, fair, clear with oold high winds and some slight threatenings along. From 10 to 18, fair and oool, with rains. From 18 to 26, rain or snow. If wind is south then rain, and if southwest, anew. From 26 to Maroh 3, suow and stormy. This month shows us a fairly good month up to the 25th then rough weather comes, suow and stormy. Henby Reid, Salisbury, N. C. Route, No. 2. I The Wachovia Bank & Trust Go. Is the Strongest Bank in North Carolina, LARGEST CAPITAL, LARGEST ASSETS. This gives afety and Protection to our Depositors 4 percent, paid ou aving deposits. You can open an account with one dollar and upwards. . How Many Horse Power Can You Buy for $675 ? HOW many work horses or mules can you buy for $675? Can you do all the hardest work of your farm with that many horses or mules? Would you want to use them, for instance, to pull two 14-inch bottoms plowing as deep as you would like to plow? $675 is what you pay for this Mogul 8-16 tractor, which will relieve the horses of all their hardest work, which will save you a lot of work and time, which will do ordinary plowing to a satisfactory depth, which will run any machine on your farm requiring up to 16-H. P., and which, finally, will save you money on every job it does. $675 cash, F: O: B: Chicago, the price of two, three or perhaps four horses, puts this 8-16-H. P., oil-burning Mogul tractor to work on your farm. Whether you believe the tractor is a good thing for a farm the size of yours, or not, come in and have a look at this one. It’s the only successful kerosene-burning tractor we know of — the only one that will actually work (not just run) on any kind of fuel that will burn iu an engine of its size. SALISBURY HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO, Salisbury, N. G. H TWO COOD FARM TEAMsl U FOR SAIj; M at Lexington, N. C, at 12 o’clock, M. R ] RAIN or SHINE H I in front of the Court House, on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19,19161 I will sell FOR CASH y at Public Auction, n 3 GOOD BROOD MARES 1 and I GOOD HORSE g They work anywhere. I broke U them myself. U W 15 Meares jj ^ ^ ^ ^LINWOOP, N. C. U Speod the Gold Winter Days in Sunny Ainu. —and visit— Tampa, Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans Be there daring the holiday season of the Mardi Gras. Greatly Reduced Round-Trip Tick ets on Sale From all Points, Via. SOUTHERN RAILWAY Tickets on sale to Tampa, Fla-, February 3rd to 8th ins elusive, final return limit February 21st with privileges of ^xteusicn of limit to March 8th by paymeut of $1.00 it rIampa. Tickets on sale to Pensacola, Mobile .and New Orleans February 28th to March 6th inclusive with privilege of ex tension of limit to April 3rd on payment of $1 00.3 Fast through trains, convenient schedules, through sle 'p i ig and dining cars. The SOUTHERN serves the South. For full information as to fares from your station, sched ules and reservations, see nearest ageut f ir Southern Rail way, rr wiite, il. a. DeBUTTS, D. P. A., Charlotte, N. C. _s « * A Full Line of General Meichandise Constantly On Hand. FOOT REST HOSIERY whether it’s appearance you want iu hosiery or wheather it wear you will get it if you get "Foot Rest.” And tins too is an enduce meut to most of us. You’ll SAVE MONEY. NEW SECURITY FRUIT JARS, fresh lot just re ceived. Pints, Quarts, and half-gallons. priug a nd ummer good *, light w-tight underwear for men and woman, also Dress Goods, Shoes, Pants, Overalls, Hats, Notions, Crockery, Tinware, etc. GROCERIES. □ I have a well selected stock of staple and fancy groceries, country produce, leed stuff, etc. When in need come to see me. Farmers are invited to make my place headquar ters while iu the city. Very truly. W. W. TAYLOR, ’Phone 39. 103 S. Main St , Salisbury, N. C. U Vr*l7f:7W:7Fi7f:7F:7F:.T:m7WZ7WZ7WZ79Z71Z7t\7WZ7&1li I Farms for sale | |£ If you want to buy a Farm, Large or Small, see us. K If youhive a Farm to Sell, List it with us. I SALISBURY REALTY A p And Insurance Company. | «M/ n*/ '%/ \i/ m '*/ ~»/ \a/ \a/ \b/ \e/ \a/ \a/ » 3-in-One is a light, pure oil com pound that never gums. 3-ia-Ox.e Nd.iicates perfectly sewing machines,typewriters,bicycles,locks,clocks, guns, lawnmowers— ever;, 'ting that ever needs oiling in yo;ir home office. No grease. No acid. A little 3-in-One on a soft cloth cleans and polishes perfectly all veneered or varnished furniture and woodwork. Sprinkled on a yard of black cheesecloth it makes an ideal Dustless Dusting Cloth. 3-in-One absolutely prevents rust on. ; ; barrels, auto fixtures, bath room fixtures, ga3 ranges, every! king metal, indoors or out, in any climate. It sinks into the unseen metal pores and forms a protecUng “overcoat” which stag's on. Free—3-ln-Bne—F?js* Write today fox generous free bottle and 3-in-One Dictionary of hundreds of uses. 3-in-One is sold in all good stores in 3-ske : ties: 10c (1 oz.), 25c (3 oz.), oz., % pint). Also in new patent dandy Oil Can, 25c (3)s oz.). 3-TN-ONE OIL COAT ANY <2 U A Broad way -taw York City —“Get rid of dr idruff — it makes the scalp itch and the hair fall out. Be p wise about your hair, cultivate it, like the women iu || Paris do. They regularly use L PINAUD’S EAU BE QUININE I the wonderful French Hair Tonic. Try it for your- ’em self. Note its exquisite quality aud fragrance. Aristo- fH cratic men a: d women the world over use and endorse this famous preparation. It keeps the scalp clean and 9 white and preserves the youthful brilliancy of the hair. |f| Buy a 50c bottle from your dealer—or send 10c to our Ameri- j can Offices for a. testing" bottle. Above all tilings don’t neglect 9 PARF1MERIE ED. PiNAUD, Dept. M HD. PINAPD Bldg., Ntw^rJ beautiful Dust and Shoulders5® l>ossU>]a if you will wear a scientifically H constructed Bien Jolie Brassiere. ==5 The dragging weight of an unconfined bust = so stretches the supporting muscles that §= the contour of the figure is spoiled. r== BRA5JIERE5 §| put the bust Uncle where it belong';, prevent the full bu.-t !. in lmving the appearance of flab- ===== hi ness, climi.mdc llm danger of dragging muscles =S * and eon! ■ • t,;c ti -h of the sluoulder giving a == ^ grace Ini 1. t< the entire upper body. They are the ( inliest and most serviceable gar- === men Is imagiu.-ible — come in all materials and = stylo: Cross Heck, I look Front, Surplice, Band- ==== eau, etc. Boned with “Walohn,’ the rustless === boning—permitting washing without removal. === 1 hive year deai'-r -how you Bien Jolie Brassieres, ==S il not .-to.-lasi \ ;• will gladly send him, prepaid, samples to slit-./ you. — .1 V.' .'TAMIN,& JOHNES m 51 \V: rr a Htr< t Newark, N. J r=3 IS Ma—WItfra j DO YOUR OWN SHOPPING " Hosiery Gives tlie BEST VALUE for Your Money Every Kind from Cotton to Silk, Kor Men, Women and Children ' Any Color and Style From 25c to $5.00 per pair L‘>ok Cor ihe Trade Mark! Sold by All Good Dealers. WHOLESALE Lord & Taylor NEW YORK I H You Need a Tonic N There are times in every woman’s life when she ISl k^-vd needs a tonic to help her over the hard places, k—J When that time comes to you, you know what tonic |HB to take—Cardui, the woman’s tonic. Cardui is com |Qfl posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act WOA gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, |g^ and helps build them back to strength and health, y^m “ has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, PI ailing women in its past half century of wonderful PM| success, and it will do the same for you. You can’t make a mistake in taking g CARDUI g P^ The Woman’s Tonic 181 rnQm Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., fays: I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, ■Qh *°r women. Before I began to take Cardui, 1 was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy LJ spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything.” r'j Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. I8j| Has Helped Thousands.