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Oct. 26,—Sidney Wyatt and j wife of Alexandria. Va , are vis iting his brother Harvey Wyatt at Rockwell. They went iti Harvey’s auto to Badin to visit their ffather, Columbus Cicero Wyatt. Venus went along and we all had a nice trip, the roads were fine. Venus took dinner for the first time at E P Kuykendall's and got a fine dinner. Venus will sell a good cook stove for 'three dollars and a heater for five dollars. Come early and avoid the rush Venus took dinner at J F Shoe's the first time and got a fine din ner today. We saw a northern lady pre pare a dish for dinner where she was visiting and she said it would keep off the influenza by eating a few meals of it every week. We eat some of it and will tell any one how she pre pared it for nine cents in postage stamps. John Frick is able to be out again. Charley Misenheimer who has been very low with influenza is improving. Venus got another letter from France, this time from J F Karri hardt from Faith. He said b said he met ' ajor Barker over there. Willie Foilismaking and old time wagon frame for a covered wagon. Lillie Mesimore and Roy Misenheimer were married at tb® Lutheran parsonage September 29th by Rev G O Ritchie. The groom is a son of John Misenhei mer and is a fine young man and a good farmer, and the bride is a daughter of James Misenheimer both of Rowan county from be low Rockwell. Grove’s Tasteless chill Tonic destroys the malarial germs which arwtraasmkted to the blood by the Malaria Mosquito. Prioe 60c. Woodmen Call off Convention. The local Woodmen of the World Camps voted to. annul the biannual Convention to be held here next March, this being due j to conditions brought on by the! war and the fact the railroads.! are taxed to handle travel. The j calling off of 1919 session will rot cause the cities where these can - ventions were to be held to lose their claim to the conventions when they are held, but the meet ing places selected will have the pleasure of entertaining the conventions when held, and Salisbury will get the next North Head Camp convention when held. Bronchial Trouble. Mrs. A.E. Sidenberdev, Rock field, Ind., states; “For an at tacks of bronchial trouble which usually assails me in the spring, I find Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy the only thing that gives me relief. After using it a few days all signs of bronchial trouble disappears. SALE OF VALUABLE CITY REAL ESTATE, j Pursuant to the provisions of a certain j mortgage deed of trust made by W. 1). Smith and wife, Nannie M. Smith, to Stable ’ Linn, Trustee, dated the 20th of Novein her 1914, and recorded in. mortgage hpok 51, at page 6, to secure the indebtedness : therein mentioned; default having been ii the payment of principal and interest of tin : debt which it was given to secure the de- ; rnand for foreclosure having been made, the undersigned will offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash, at the court hom?e i door in the city of Salisbury, at 12 m., on Saturday, November 2nd, 1918, the following described real estate, situate, j lying and being in the city of Salisbury Bowan county N. C, Beginning at a stake in the edgfc or Vance Avenue, 225 feet from the north east corner of the intersection of said Aye nue and Melrose street, and being in the center Lot No. 4, running thence in a north easterly direction parallel with Mei rose street, 145 feet to a stake in the edge ef an alley; thence in a north westerly di rection with said alley and parallel with Vance Avenue, 75 feet to a stake, corner of Lot No, 2; thence in a south westerly di. rection with trie line of Lot No. 2, 145 feet to a stak*-in the edge of Vance Ave nue; thence with the said Avenue, in a south easterly direction 75 feet to the place of beginning being Lot No. 3 and the northern half of Lot No 4, in Block 5, as shown upon the Map of Melrose Heights, registered in Book 107, page 601, iD the office of the Register of Deeds for Rowan County N, C., also book 133, page 99. Stahlk I.inn, Trustee. , In Reference to tlie Buyiug and selling ef Votes. Asheboro. N, 0., October 26 T© the Press and Public: The Attorney General of the United States has issued a Department Circular in which he calls attention to the Act of October 16th, IRS, “To prevent corrupt practises in The election of Senators, ^Representatives or delegates in Congress/' which act is as follows . That whosoever shall promise, offer or give, or cause to be prom ised offered or given, a to- money or other things of value, or shall mak*e or tender 'anv contract, un dertaking obligation, gratuity oi security for the payment of mon ey or for the delivery or convey ance of any thing of valu to any person, whether to vote or with hold his vote for or against am candidate, or whosoever solicit? accepts or receives any money oi other things of value in consider ation of his Goto for oi againsi any candidate for Senator o; Representative or Delegate is Congress at any primary or gen oral or special election, shall be I j fined not more than $1,000, or im prisoned not more than one year I or both, | Attention is called to thw- fact that in view of the near ap proacli of a general election and the recent enactment of this law it is important to see- that the fullest publicity be given to the provisions of this act in order that the public may be informed or its provisions and the purpose of the Department of Justice to vigorously prosecute these violations. This authorized information is sent you in the hope that you will give the ' provisions of this act as much ^.ublicty as you may have space for in the columns of your valuable newspaper. Respectfull, Wm. C. HammneR. United States Attorney. i The Qulniite Tit-t Does Mot Affect the 5iea9 \ Because of its t- nic and laxative effect. LAXA j TlViS ) ROMO QI'aNi NH is better than ordinary ’ Quinine and cues not cause nervousness nor j rh'-gang iv- bead. Remember the full name and , look tor the signature of X£- W. GRGVK. 30c. Need of Nuts For Waking Gas Masks. Black walnuts, butternuts, hickory nuts, and the seed of such stone fruits as peaches, cherries, plums, apricots, and prunes are being allowed to go ito waste. All of these nuts and seed are acceptable so long as tke hard shells have not begun to decay. The nuts should be gathered as soon jjas mature and cured by being spread out m the sun. After being thoroughly cured they should be cracked and the kernels either used on the home table as food or placed on the market. Farmers in eastern Tennessee, for example, realized thousands of dollars by cracking walnuts during the winter eve niugs. Those whole nuts which are not fit for cracking, and tkt shells of those which have been cracked, should be turned over promptly to the local branch ol the Red Cross for shipment. There is an urgent need for this material, and all citizens art requested to save as much as possible, so that. the best gas masks may be furnished the soldier whe is now risking his life for us. --- I Are Here ToM the for Their Tr Freemont, 0.—“I was passing through the critical period of life, being forty-six yaars of age and had all the symptoms incident to that change — heat flashes, ^ nervousness, and was in a general run down condition, ^ so it was hard for me to do my work. Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound was recommended to ms as the best remedy for my troubh s,which it surely proved to he. I feel better and strc ager in every way since taking it, and the annoying symptom* have disap peared.”—Mrs. M. (iODDKX, yai> Napoleon St., Fremont, Ohio. North Haven, Conn.—“Lydia E. Ptnkhara’s Vegeta ble Compound restored my ]>-. d h after everything else had failed when passing through change ©i life. Thero is nothing like it to overcome the trying symptoms.” —Mrs. Paokenck Imslea, Bon 1'j7, North Haven, Conn. ! FOR BABY’S BATH j and the warming of his tiny garments the port- j <mte i ericct ion Heater gives a generous glowing ; i w:trui!!’ drives away all chill and dampness. * j’ Sturdily htiilt easy to dean and (ill—smokeless, L odorless. Inexpensive to buy and use. .Aladcen Security Oil gives best results. See the i'erleetion at your dealer’s. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (iSy*,v Jersey) WKtn».p,D.C. *',;;!£!more, Md. Charlotte, N. C. : " ;• Charleston, \V. Va. ' “• Charleston. S. C. PF P FFrTI fVhJ d tiOeefl & J JOIN Ol 1, M F ATFt? <2 A L^k r°r t/w *#&&& lP\ ‘ThanAe‘TradeMark Jj |stom^ct^Sotble I : \ Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: “For quite If k'| a long while i suffered with stomach trouble. I would || have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most ff m disagreeable taste in my mouth, if I ate anything with B VA butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have 1 ;f regular sick headache. 1 had used r;'h and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be i olpatcd. It just ga ij seemed to tear my stomach ail up. 1 found they were B tj no good at all for my trouble. I heard 1 TEEBFOED’S I Ho began to use it. It cured || all the time. It is the best g not have sick headache or Ji Black-Draugiit acts on ra l to do its important work of |j 3 and poisons from the sys- M 1 be in every household "for m package today. If you feel || ht. You will feel fresh to- I age. Ail druggists. ■ r A DOSE (J73) I While a poor j clerk in a Phila** delphia bank he ; nnf Kic cf'irf tr\ wealth and honor by investing his own sav ings and practicing thrift. During the Civil war he J raised one biiiion dollars for the federal government. j| Cooke was a great financier in his time. n You will need an accumulation of money 1 sooner or later. You may want to buy a home, or ? make a profitable investment, or go to college, or save /M the life of a loved one stricken with disease. ^ Start an account with us with a part of your earnings this week. Add something to the de posit every week. Know the courage of prosperity and the independence of ready funds. Multiply your money in our care. FUST NATIONAL SINK SALISBURY, N. C. Established, 1883. Savings Department Pays 4 Per Cent, Com pounded Quarterly. OFFICERS H. N. Woodson,-President W B. Strachan Cashier Dr. R. V. Brawley Vice Pres. E H. Woodson. .Asst Cashier Start Your Savings Account NOW for Next Christinas. Responsible Banking, Courteous Treatment and Confiden tial Service is Our Policy. We Cordially Invite You to See Us On Any Banking Matter .You are Interested In. We are Authorized Agents for Sale of War Savings Stamps Qiirl Tlirift storanc North Cakolin*, | In tlie Superior Court Rowan C oiintv ( Beforelhe Clerk In the matter of the Adminis- ) [ration of A, I*. Kirkner, admr. !-NOTIC K of Nellie G Kirkner. ) Aithur P Kirkner administrator of Nel lie G, Kirkner’s estate is hereby notified to appear before tlie clerk of tt e superior ourt of Rowan county, at bis office, Kalis imry. N. < ., on November 6(b, 1918, at two r’clock p m., and sliow cause, if any lie lias, why be should not be removed as ad ninistrator of said estate and some other person appointed administrator in his stead, tnd further show cause why be shall not iccount for such properly as went, in'o bis lands and why he has failed and neglected o administer upon said estate and file an nventorv and an annual account as provid ed by law. This October 7th, 1918. J. F. McCUBBINS, 10-9 4t. Clerk Superior Cour'. Grove’s Tasteless chill Tonic restores vitality and energy Of purifying and en riching the blood. You can soon feel its Strength ening, Invigorating Effect. Price 60e. The Peoples Natal Back SALISBURY. N C Does a. genera) hanking business] ami cor* dially invites viv.tr account. WE PAY f OUR PER CEMT interest | every three ru,»*U.s in our savings depart ment | Prompt, caito-.i, and confidential atten tion giyen to business entrusted to us. N. B, McCan,B vV.T. Busby, 1 rwiilem. • - Casliier. j. 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