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ClrUtisa Advocate Calls Attention te Reform
The New York Christian Ad vocate of February 22, 1917, takes Protestantism to task for neglect in recognizing the ed ucational importance of the Lu ther year on which we have en tered, the 400th anniversary of the nailing of the “Theses against indulgences’- on the door oif Wittenberg church. Rome even of today is quite sensitive of that fact, and is doing what it can to parry the blow which Lu ther struck four hundred years ago. lit New York City and else where malignant attacks by Rome are made upon the fearless Saxon monk and dishonest de fense offered for the abominable sal& °f indulgences. It seems the Italian free churches have taken up the challenge, and are meeting Rome upon its own ground. The “Advocate’’ has this to say respecting the activity of people who have left the apos tate church and now enjoy a free gospel: j “It is significant that the only vigorous protest which these meetings have thus far elicited came from the Italian (Protes tant) Ministerial Association. They did not deny the right of Romanists to deliver, or of Pro testants to attend, such lectures, but they very properly pointed out that ‘this liberty’ which Catholics u--.e and enjoy here, they deny to Protestants both in this country and in Catholic countries, when Protestants r»nnaofi r»l i r*c ivrliaf. t Vl 017 believe to be the truth and en deavor to make converts among them. They express strong doubt of the success of the ‘mis sion, in the number of its con verts, because for a Protestant to revert to Romanism is evolu tion backwards, contrary to the course of progress that has pro duced three hundred Italian Protestant churches in Ameri ca, made up of 25,000 converts from Romanism. They profess confidence that the common sense of the American people will be proof against incense, music and priestly eloquence, and not allow any number of them to exchange ‘the liberty of a child of God for a condition of slavery to the priesthood,’or ‘to pick up a religion which people of Catholic lands are themselves discarding.’ ‘‘It is a pity that American Protestants should have to re ceive this warning from Italian lips, though no people have a better right to speak from ex perience of the spiritual starva. tion to which the papal blockade can reduce the human soul, in terposing its barrier of priest and sacrament between the Christian and his Master. At this annerversary which recalls Reformation no Protestant min ister need hesitate to declare with boldness the principles which divided Christendom, and which are still vital elements in any personal religion worthy of the name.’’ Sprains And Strains Relieved. Sloan’s Liniment quickly takes the pain out of strains, sprains, bruises and all muscle soreness. A clean, clear liquid easily appli ed, it quickly penetrates without rubbing. Sloan’s Liniment does not stain the skin or clog the pores like mussy plasters or oint ments. For chronic rheumatic aches and pains, neuralgia, gout and lumbago have this well known remedy handy. For the pains of grippe and following strenuos work, it gives quick re lief. At all druggists, 25c. RUB-MY-TISM Will cure Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Bums, Old Sores,-Tetter, Ring-Worm.-Ee sema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used internally or externally- 25c No. 6S6 This is a prescription prepared especially (or MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. ¥■'ve or six doses will break any case, and 1 it :aken then as a tonic the Fever will not j return. I! acts on the liver better thes j Calomel sad does not gripe or sicken. 25t j 1 UR AL MB* 5 Written by . .. . ~ flUfl CORESPONDENT i i N .—i ST. PAUL’S. The farmers are very busy planting corn and cotton. Wheat and oats are looking fine B T Propst came from the ex press office where he got his fine registered bull calf that he bought from a New Jersey cattle raiser. It is of the finest type to be had. > r. and '*rs. O L Webb spent Saturday night withtheir father and mother. Rev. C P Fisher will preach at St. Paul’s the 5th Sunday. Miss Laura Tucker of Albe marie spent last week at her uncle’s, T E Webb. Arch Correll was caught stand ingon hishead. Its another girl. M iss Cora Safrit and Arch Yost were married Sunday, April 15th. Dr. H 0 Honbarger has been quite ill for some time with a healing on his leg. A A v isenheimer has ripe strawberries. Venus if you can beat that trot out your ber ries. Bill Koon has a nannie goat that was the mother of four goats April 8th. She has raised twelve kids since Feburary, 19lo Venus if you can beat that trot out your goat. Some Good Advice. ‘‘Don't think too much of your own methods. Watch other peo ple’s ways and learn from them.” This is good advice especially when bilhousor constipated. You will find many people who use Chamberlain’s Tablets for these ailments with the best, and will do well to follow their example. Yost Local Eulogizes Farm Demonstrator Stabler. We, Yost Local, No. 280, of the P. C. and E. U. of A., wish to ex tend our most hearty thanks and congratulations to the commis sioners of Rowan County for making the appropriation of funds necessary to enable Bro. Sidneyj S. Stabler, our present county demonstator, to continue his services in this county. We as farmers are in position to know the importance and ne cessity of this work, we are also in position to know7 that Bro. Sta bier is the man Rowan County needs to carry on this work. Bro. Stabler is one of the most energetic and enthusiastic woi k ers Rowan county farmers know. His knowledge we feel sure is far superior to the requirements of the position he now holds, his services are being appreciated in all parts of the county, and with Bro. Stabler as a leader and iustructor Rowan county farmers w7ill soon be in a high state of cultivation. We therefore think Rowan county fortunate to secure Bro. Stablers’services at any reasona ble figure. R A. Page, Sec’y. «■ 1*h*jsVfct vr-u Need n General - ' Take Grove’s Y\» Old Standard Grove’s TlfV bi'J T «jic is equally valuable s #?;•■*» Tunic because it contains *?•.* ) -k C‘Wtl tonic properties of QUININ = i* T'c-TJN. it acts on the Liver, Dtr » >s> bu*latia. Enriches the Blood at '■ite W the Whole System. SO cetv. COUNTY STATEMENT Bills Audited and Ordered Pa>'d by Board of Commis* sione»8 of Rowan County during Mouth of March. 1917. E B. Nkavk, County Auditor. General Fund. 8am Irvin, outside poor $ 6 00 Julia and Regina Ribelib, out pour 0 00 Gilly Krider. outside poor 3 00 Susan Smith, outside poor 3 00 Flix and Mary Josey, outside poor 7 50 • r F McCubbiriR, Feb salary 383 33 J O Deaton Feb salary 291 66 J H Krider, Feb salary 208 33 J C Kesler, Feb salary 150 00 C M r. Barga/. Feb salary JS7 50 E B Neave, Jr , auditor 100 00 Mark Lentz balance salary 26 00 E B Lentz, salary 45 00 J LShuping. Fttpr. Work House. sal rv 50 00 J H Barber Fnpt't'o Home, sal ary 41 67 W F Are'v. k* vs, jail 50 J 9 Hnil, Feb salary 4107 o M r SimjUng work house, salary 40 00 J D Kcnerly. juror per dbm 2 10 Mike'■wisher, outside poor 5 00 Christiana Mose, outside poor 3 00 Marv McDaniels, outside poor 3 00 Hellic Host! n, outside poor 3 00 VIaritth Hotbir r. o uside poor 2 00 Vic Hodge, oft side poor 3 00 K E Gray, out-ole poor 5 CO Florence Neal, om-ode poor 3 00 Mis. M K 1 outside poor 5 00 Mrs. A U T aylor, outside poor 3 00 Kebeecit •hrrnes, outside pool ‘2 00 E D Baiber, assistant at county horns 30 00 W M Brown, pav roll, Buffalo bridge 33 O' Scott Slioaf, pav roll Johnson's bridge '20 5*’ John i> - hoe. bay, Buffalo bridge force 15 77 Terry Torrence, bridge pay roll 51 25 Perry Torrence salary bridge fore man 72 00 S S Stab er. Feb salary farm dem onstrator 60(0 ■a K Stabler clerical assistance 8 00 Mrs. A W Taylor outside poor 3 (J) J F Mef'nbbins fees returned to county treasurer 101 80 R Lee Wright Feb salaty 10000 J H Krider fees 4 25 L 1 Swicegood fees 14 00 W II Woodson, fees 6 00 B F Gatible. citv, fees 16 13 B F Catible self, fees 80 VV l- Kay fee 1 06 C E Fespermen fees 2 05 A L Nash fees 4 40 B F G tilde citv fees 1 50 J E McOuhi ins tees returned to county treasurer 58 32 Hayden Clement fees 63 00 J H Krider fees 17 20 L A Swicegood fees 4 00 W H Woodson fees 75 B F Catible city lees 2 SO G A Goodman fees '!■) J S Gaither fees I 40 D I! Roseboro fees 1 10 R L 1 »•>Uln f"es 2 l< G F « iueceff ferns 4 80 G E F* -pei-man IV-s I 60 Ij m vji i umaii n—n rvi W L Ray toe* I If .T H Kps)- v fc»-* 145 G W Flv’ut fees hi) W Y Hair * if ' tss 2 89 J S Gaither witn s- 2 >-5 Neece K 'ox witness 9 80 G B Barber witness 25’ J B Kaslrr, vvitnt ss 1 ( 3 .Tim Luck y witness 2 4" Eureti- H ii»t n wi nes* 2 07 J N Poker wit - e-s 2 70 VV L Bar witness 1 o (IF Desdnian witness 2 70 Z M Goodman witness 2 70 Judson Orre- del- witness 3 '0 Connie Me.-siek witness 3 20 Walter Kel-er witness 3 70 G -urge A Ibright w itness 3 7 tt G Keavis witness 3 7-t <' G Vt>> witness 3 70 H Q Miller witness 3 0 Martin Morgan witness* 2 "K David Gi aham witness 1 0o Peter Dalton witness 8 4ti Monroe Clayton witness 3 4ti (,«m Farrington witness 3 4 Jim Harr s witness 3 40 JT D Kesler witness 08 Caldwell lde witness 9 James I ess witness 9i» Robert Watson witness 90 i’hos. Pinkston assistance to je or 4 0:i BF Eller burial exfense of pensioner 20 0(1 Overman company provisions county home and work house 139 48 J P Wei er shoeing 1 0 - W A Cline pruvisions 5 00 Smith Drug company drugs 22 10 W L Klutlz seen 2 20 W W rnjl.tr provisions 9 35 Kps er-Su smevg haidware co n panv. hardware 5 -l i D L Cauble provisions 5 8 > Hartline.Fays^oux harnefs oil i n Bell Shoe Store shoes 9 95 Salisbury Ice A Fuel Go. coal 110 :-2 Lock Shuping biidg;. labor 2 t.u Salisbury hardware ant furni ture company hardware 2 51 C R Propst cement 97 50 J L Glover biidge inspection 3 5o H C Lycrly labor t-u ori tge 2 25 J W Wilson labor on bridge 1 2-5 J B Thompson labor on uidge 1 25 R L Albright labor on bridge 1 25 A L Deal lumber s e> I br tlge 108 13 I A Poole'.umber and insiec Cion 100 23 T W Watkins hauling s ee! bridge 3 75 E C sweet men!? for juro s 6 00 B W Freeze dum»ge& allowed 5 0) W L Kay mag. Ices 1 20 J 8 Gaither nlficei’s f; es 20 8011 Bell Tel Co. rents and t o I s 23 5'' Dr. G W Choate v&ccii atiiig 4 55 V Wallace 4t 8011s blankets 13 0" J H Krider jail acc unit 146 60 State ' ospital expense of insane 10 65 Vergil Pen y wst; ess fee r 00 Champion supply < <rra any blankets 43 j 1 M \j Gantt iepaii’3 to sewer 1 2i Gen W Wright bookcase 20 65 J L Walters . Ill ■er’sfe -a 50 D W Jtlian mag fe~w 17 45 L D H Bsovvn otiiser’s fc?s 17 20 J F Trazzare 1 Hi *er’s t.-es 9 00 N C Pub ic Service Co. elec •ricity 42 03 Dr E W Cu rij Hilary and „ „yijr* 9755 R N Edney repairs to radiators 8 12 Ever tt-VVudue> citiotp nv sla tionevy , 16 85 J H Krider railroad fare anl ex en»e 7 | The Po>'t printing 45 4 Summersett un lenahi 6 com pany colli ns 24 50 C M Henuelite coal 12 90 O R Propst r-p ui- t »j ti 1 3 83 Edwards & Broughton 791/7 H Z Wliit.-- soap and powd rs 2 50 R A Runey per diem and ntiie ... - 9 20 VV M K—'ter pe.- iTem uni ' 'd, :eH8H — 2700 E E Gray pei diem arid mile- 1 _ age 2100 F D Patterson . er diem and mile age 3C 00 C J Fleming per diem and mileage 216>( T, A Kesler per diem and mile age 14 25 J t ost, refund of excess (ax 10 50 K Rodgers and wife outside poor 5 00 Gem city laundry 88 M rs W T Brown refund of road tax 5S Ma’k Beits on Mtrcli salary 8 00 \ tl B " (len, P M, stumps 1000 >' M Kimball officer's fees 1 80 'P M t . inelis n lefund of tx <?-■-* tax 3 18 Hr K M Summtrfll vita! sta tistics 7 00 I, i aping on Match sa'ary 25 w0 Dr ; II Peeler vacc'nming 37 45 s H K y ten P M . stsnii s 20 O ' Dav it Graham rfficer fees 6 CO .1 t; K“sinr for superior court jnnrs 143 75 Miss ti over court stenographer 30 o0 II \ Monroe court officer SCO U M i rown pay roil Hulfulo Bridge 26 78 Pern I rience pay re 1 Beaver 1 * i m bridge 72 1-1 8 II Filin*t pay roil Beaver Dan bridge 6 71 r H T Tram 1mm heard of ran:ill 4 00 Dr K F Brawley hoard of t.alih 4 00 W i: ' - 013son hoard oi heal ii 4 CO i 8 Hull ooard of health i 00 R u K v. jr board of he<.l h 4 00 U’ M Kester per die n and mi it age 4 50 ji, F tinty per liem an I mileage 5 1 0 J S tlad per d em ami mileage 3 90 M iik I, n z on March st.aiy 8 50 •Pin iIecs hauling tiash 5) 1J it Mers refund of poll tax 3<0 1 li I! yd n PM stamps 20 00 F A Bn k interest c upons 25 00 A II Hoyden P O box rent 1 50 J F whelm six hi gs 18 00 l’eopl s Nat, Bank interest coupons 132 50 nancy n ana ouisiue p .or o uu li G Kussell ret nil if road tax 1 CS A L Nash court #ilicer 8 00 A H Hoyden P M stamps 10 00 Kliz.ibeih Heglar outside poor 3 ‘ 0 Jissi.- Kankin outside poor 3 00 Joe B iilard outside poor 3 CO nai'l ire Chambers outside p o r 3 00 Eliza hiontis outside poor 4 50 Midi'* Knox out ide poor 3 00 me i'Uiott outside poor 6 00 lip. -s (Told outside poor .100 J me K tuple outside poor 4 *0 Ma y r i-eeman outside poor 3 00 Sand i and Hanna Partee out side poor 12 00 II in iot Kerr outsidp po'r 3 00 .\I • .*> 0 Thompson outside per 6 00 M e S wisher outside poor 5 00 •s un Wagoner ontside poor 9 00 Ma y McDaniel outside poo- 3 CO M ini" Bostinn outside poor i 00 M i-s C u-a Barber burial ex p use of pensioner 20 °0 Sco i si oaf Beaver Dam biidge ray roll 9f0 W M orown Ii iffalo biidge f ay rid I 20 65 Linn Bids. Bo .ts b idge f tc a 00 Pi i l ms. A Realty company ! • fund . f state ax 32 SO Vi-. H i ige outside p or f. 00 E E (i ay outside poor 5 Ou 1 licence Neal outside p tor 3 00 Mioy I * ayes outside poor 4 5; Mrs M E Harris outside poor 5 Co Mrs. A IT Taylor outside poor 3(0 R-betn a .Starnes o.rsiJe poor 2 00 Cfuis Pinkston outside po. r 4 U0 .s K N i Ig rs and wife outside pom* — 00 Tofal ... - $',153 64 General Road Fund. G Y Thomason, Feb salary 5150 00 M K Miller, bal Feb salary 25 C; Haul i in vis suveyor helber 7 60 Sell Brown, suveyor helper 7 50 j John Henry, suveyor helper 7 5t I I) \V Earnhardt, pay roll Cen tral Highway 2‘-0. Ill i; Kenedy pay roll. Camp 2 29.5 Gt 0 O Harrison, difference in inuie trade 15 CO ! L H Eiliott pay roll Camp 1 282 66 C T l’eeker, pay roll Kerr to I Mill Bridge road 16 62 !’ () latum, pay roll soiling j New Mocksville road 134 02 I 'V L Steele, damages on ac eou'it i >f Wilkesboro road 25 CO 1 Iveri.-.an & Co , provisions l Camps land 2 91142 | W A Brown, provisions Camp 2 7 76 , Cleveland Supply Co., freight on drags 23 22 Ga'.lion Iron Works, 3 road drfigs 85 50 Smith Drug Co., drugs Camp 1 and 2 5 30 VV M Sapp, wood Camp 2 6 00 j 13 F craven, 6 road drags 1.80 00 I .fames Moyle, hay Camp 2 ly 39 Albert Overman, 5 bushels peas * amp 2 ^ 17 50 Hartline Sc Fayssoux, harness j and repairs 39 00 ■ Salisbury Hdw. and Fur. Co., hardware 8 70 j H L Foard, soiling Wilkesboro I road 216 08 | Bell Shoe Store, shoes Camp 2 15 50 Rowan Hdw & Mchy Co, hardware 43 04 Cathey Buggy Co, harness 2 50 13 F Graven, plow 48 50 Hartline & Fayssoux, harness 14 75 Austin Western Road Mchy Co, road drags 133 CO Good Roads Mchy Co, six road hones 198 00 Graf Favis-Collett Co, lumber t amp 2 24 48 Austin Western Road Mchy Co, repairs 23 76 State Highway Com. propor tionate exp Highway car 15 73 Gray ■ oncrete Co. drain pipe 126 70 R \V Normfin Co, mattresses il if James N Wyatt, hay Camp 1 56 82 Jn<> 1 f Wyatt, hay Camp 1 36 75 Track Sc Morgan, provisions i 'amp 1 44 95 C A Goodman, pay roll Kerr Creek to Bear Popular road 54 09 Pat Sloop hay Camp 2 35 52 Mrs Sloan top soil 3 50 \V P Drew, Agt freight 4 23 Sparks Show Co, 2 stable terts 50 J C M Stikeleather, freigt on machine parts G 70 W M Brown, freight on mach ine parts 6 ■ Geo'Y Thompson, pay roll soil- i ing New Mocksvi'.le road 33 on | ■T W Clampet surveyor heloe~ 1 _'r Forrest McKee, surveyor helper 1 25 Claud Stewart, suveyor helper 1 25 J N Houston, surveyor helper 1 25 Everett Byrd, surveyor heiper 1 97 Will While, surveyor helper 2 25 Paul Davis, survey’d' helper 6 CO E B Davis, damages allowed 15 00 , S H EUiott, freight on machine parts ' 0 70 O O Kufty, provisions 7 81 Paul Davis, surveyor helper 8 25 bell Brown, surveyor helper 4 SO Andy White, surveyor helper 3 00 Tom Haskin. surveyor helper 3 75 Ed Ford, surveyor helper ’ 3 00 D W Earnhardt, pay roll Central Highway 37 00 ■f T Platt, on contracts 1 291 77 Albert Overman 1-2 bushel peas i '5 M E Miller, engineering 50 00 Total $4,963 46 -peciaH Township Road OisSiursements. W M Brown pay roll Atwell Township 17 86 W M Brown pay roll, China Grove Township 29 77 L M Stikeleather. pay roll Providence Township 27 73 L M Stikeleather, pay roll Gole Hill Township 25 20 S H EUiott pay roll Cleveland Township 55 23 S F EUiott. pay roll Unity Township 49 00 IVyo-ly Milling Co, feed, Cleveland Township 7 28 Scott Shoaf, pay roll Frank lin Township 30 27 Scott Shoaf pay roll Locke Township 11 50 Grimes Milling Co, feed, Salisbury Township 17 80 Grimes Milling Co, feed, Locke Township 17 80 A L Deal, dragging Atwell Township 10 30 W M Jamison, dragging nt well Township 8 00 T F Corri her dragging Atwell Township 0 48 J M Ketchie, dragging Atwell Township 10 40 J A Campbell, pay roll, Scotch Irish Township 3g 55 J A Cambell pay roll Unitv Township " ' 3 05 W J Fesperman, dragging Atwell Township 4 25 J M Furr, dragging, Atwell Township 4 00 Machinery Supply Co, hardware Cleveland Township 54 Hartline A Fayssoux nil Cleveland Township 1 00 Jno L Heal dragging China Grove Township g 00 Locke Shaping, dragging Franklin Township 15 00 Claud Kenerly, dragging Franklin Township 9 00 Frank 1 homason, dragging, Franklin Township 12 00 J R Lentz, dragging, Franklin Township 25 00 C A Miller, dragging. Gold Hill To*vnship 10 60 J M Kinehardt, dragging, Gold Hill Township 7 00 C A Campbell dragging, Morgan Township 8 75 L A 1 routman, dragging Morgan Township 150 J VV Linker, dragging Gold Hill Township 6 52 H S Livengood. hardware, Locke Township 1 50 W J kesperman dragging, Locke Township 11 g5 Sam Han, dragging. Mt Ulla Township 10 00 Aubrey Belk, dragging, Mt Ulla Township g 4q J H Graham, dragging, Mt Ulla Township 6 gg w VV Uni berg er, dragging Mt Ulla Township 10 00 L H McLaughlin, dragging, Mt Ulla Township 16 00 C H Waller, dragging, Mt Ulla Township 9 20 L J Mesimore, dragging, Morgan Township, Jan 7 SO iv J Mesimore. dragging, Mor gan Towrship, Feb ’ 3 45 J A Kibelin, dragging, Morgan Township. Jan 13 05 3 A Kibelin, dragging, Morgan Township, Feb lg 95 ■ A M Peeler, dragging, Prov idence Township 18 00 1 F Corriher, dragging, | Steele Township 5 gg 1 - A Goodman, pay roll, Steele Township 43 00 Sahsburs Hdw & Fur Co, hdvv Salisbury Township 80 L T Tar boro, dragging, alisbury Township 3 3) L M Stikeleather. pay roll, Providence Township 49 54 L M Stikeleather, pay roll, Lituker 'Township 5 75 L M stikeleathei, pay roll, Gold Hill Township 24 86 W M Brown, pay roll, China Grove Township 69 02 Scott Shoaf, pay roll, Locke -” o 60 ■Scott. Shoaf pay roll, Franklin township 9 00 Scott Shoaf, pay roll, Franklin Township 52 03 Grimes Milling Co. feed, Locke Township 0 00 Grimes Milling C ., feed, Salisbury Township 17 80 Grimes, Mii'ing Co, feed Franklin''ownship 10 CO S H Elliott, pay rol, Scotch Irish Township 0 74 S H Elliott, pay roll. Steele Township 9.55 S H Elliott, pay roll, Cleve land Township 41 53 Geo Lowder, labor Unity township 375 A G Shank, dragging, China Grove Township 3 67 A G Shank dragging, Litaker Township 3 60 Scott ^hoaf. pay roll Franklin , Township 25 89 Scott Shoaf. paY roll, Locke Township ' 15 50 Scott .S'hoaf, pay roll, .Salis bury Township 6 85 Grinins Milling Co, feed, .Salisbury Township 5 00 ( ’-■mes Milling Co, feed, Locke Township 5 00 W M Brown pay roll, China Grove .'ownship 53 09 W M Brown, pay roll, Atwell Township $>7 59 ■ T) -.hoes, feed, Atwell Township 48 95 L M Stikelea .her, pay roll, Providence T iwuship 32 74 G M ,5'tikeleather, pay roll, Gold Hii. Township 31 39 9 li Elliott, pay roll, .S'taele Township "7 j0 S' II Elliott, pay roll, Cleveland Township 40 08 Total $1,260 76 Dr. 6. G. Taylor, DENTIsT. China Grove: Mouday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Landis: Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Examination Free. 400 Typewriters All kiiulsandall grades, REM INUTONS $12 up. Instructions with parh machine. Trp= anil repair pvrls for all makes of Typewriters. EMPIRE TYPE FOUND RY, BUFFA LO, N. Y 11 -1-10 1 pr. Jno. H. Brown, Opt. I)., Optometrist, CHINA GROVE, N. C Fourteen Years Practice in Re fraction and Fitting of Glasses Headaches, Nervousness, Neural- ' gia, Dizziness, Nausea and many other Nervous Disorders due to Eye strain Positively Relieved. Office: South Main St. Trade with C.P.SHUHNG THE GROCER, He carries a full line of High Grade Groceries at very low prices. Buys all kiuds of. Produce, JChickeuB, Eggs, Bacon, and vegetables. See him Headquarters for Watkins Medicine Co. ’Phone 57. 119 W. Inuiss'St. C.P. SHUPINfi State of North Carolina 1 -In the Superior Rowan County j Court Lemuel Garner 1 v« [ NOTICE Fannie Garner j The defendant above named will take;' notice that an action entitled as above lias been commenced in the Superior Co inn otf' Rowan County, Norih Carolina, tc dissolve lbs bonds of matrimony, and. lor an absdinle divorce upon the grounds that the plaintiff, and defendant have been separated as hus band and wife and haved lived apart for more than ten successive years, and that (he plaintiff has resided in this State for more than ten yea's; and the said defendant w'ill further take notice that she is required! to appear at the term of the Superior < ,i urt. of said Rowan County to be held on the first Monday in May 1917 at the c onrlhuuse in. said County in Salisbury, North l arolina, and answer or demur to the complaint of the plaintiff in sat action or the plaintiff' will apply to the ( ourt for the relief de manded in said complaint. This the 4lli day of April 1917. J. F. McCubbix.*,,! ( lerk of the Superior » ourt_ State of North Carolina. I. In the Supe’r Court Row.n County j March term, 191* IV F Snider, George I\ Collins] and Mary F Henderson, ad- 1 NOTICE mine'.aliix »of John S Hen- I derson. plaintiffs, j. OF"" .’ VH i Salisbury Granite Company, | SALE > a corporation, defcnmmt ] Fursuart to a decree made and entered in the above entitled cause at H.eMarcl* Term of the Superior Court ol Rowan County, 1917, appointing the undersigned the commissioner to sell the property i.f the said Salisbury Granite < ompanv, :i co-poration, and in obedience and under signed commissioner n- rein the hereby offers for sale at the Courthouse do-r at Mn 1 iuliti rt* M 4 : at IO /.',.L ,1- . . » r 12th, the following described lands situate in Rowan County: (1) lt'5 acres in Salisbury township, Rowan County, known as the new discover ed gold mine, adjoining the land of Jamea McOaoless, T. M Ker ns and ollies, For boundrv sec deed of Mr J M. Haden to T. li. Vamitrford daied April 14, 1891, aH regie'ered in Book 74, page 10. (2) Another tra< t of land containing seventy two (72) acres known as the Betty Kh" t. flat Hock, Place, adjoining the ■: i-of -Edmund Earnha-dt. Adam Earn liar.It a ml others in Salisbury township For bom,dry s.e dei d Irani I.' M Haden to T H Vander-"ord, Uted.Iuly 8, 1891 and-registeml in Book 74 Page '8. (3) Another tra t < m e ntaining about ten (10) acres i: -ab.-'l,, ;y township adjoining the land of I enrypieler W. F Buckley and T M. Kens, on the Sioi<0s Ferry. For boundary s.. Pook 74, Page 14.in deed from Mitchell I s-er and others to T. H. Vanderford dalro " n- pR, 1891. (4) The granite and ini -r.ii tights *»C fourteen (14) acres ol land ii.ov.i, as the Edmund Earnhardt traci adjoining the laud of James C. McCariless and others. For particulars and boundary see deed of' J. M. Haden to T. H Vauderfred dated August 24, 1891, and registered in Book 74 Page 18 (5) The railroad rightof way mention ed in the deed ol J. ii. Haden to T H. Vanderford dated August 24, '1891, and re gistered in Book 74, Page 20. t<3) The fee simple right to (lie soil and fourteen (14) acres oi land conveyed by J. M. Haden to Edmund Earnhardt and wife by deed, luted June 30. 1891, is hereby reserved and accepted but this deed veyed the granite and mireral right*, tie said 15 acres being a part of the 72 it, ,■ s Be'ty Kluttz tract, above described (7) another tract of fifty (f>0) :■even more or less, known as the "afrit mu-t b"irig on the Nor.h F*-t sidi of the \-,1 kin Failroa 1 about fiv.- miles iron. Slishnrv. For particulars and bo id-t v see deed from i S Henderson to T H Vanderford dated AUfe'i'"! 24. 1891,and reg:stered in Book 74 Page 22 Terms of Bile one-third r ash halanee ir> lixty days. This is a valuable granite property 'oca*ed near Salisbury and is eas ily developed John Busby, Commissioner. A, H, Price Attorney.