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THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
WM. H. STEWART. Hd. and Pub.
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PubUsh4 Ewy WedaMday at ISO
Wast Inalas Street
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Subscription Price $1 per rear strictly
cash la advance
Entered as secosd-elass matter'Jaa."
19th. 1905, at the port offlee at Salis
bury, N. O, uader the act of Congress
of March Srd. 1M7.
Salisbury, N,C., April 24th, '07.
THOSE IN ARREARS.
It ought not to be necessary to
call to the attention of those who
are iu arrears mau iiuw ib voxj
appropriate time to come forward
and make a settlement. At the
small price we are offering the
Watchnan, your- home paper,
no one should expect us to ait
on them at all, but as some have
unintentionally or otherwise al-
lowed the time to slip by, we take
this method of gently reminding
them our iterms are cash and
prices made just as low as it is
possible to furnish the paper.
There is not the least offense in-
tenaea, pna snoma you - notice a
blue X mark after your name,
you will understand that this
has reference to you.
Mayor BoydeUj of ; Salisbury,
who was re-nominated ? Tuesday
1U1 UU 1UUJ L1I
term, said in the
8Peec Vh Di?ht t.
his supporters, referring to his
work and specially to the duty of
noiding mayor s court: "1 de-
spise that feature of it. And I
want to say that if lever did
wrong in the trial ,of those cases,
it was because I djd not know the
facts. I am not ashamed that I
have dealt leniently with poor,
friendless people, and standbier
here before you, I am not asham-
ed to say that I have been kind, to
the necTO All hnnrr tn Viim
for following that policy and for
uttering that sentimentl The
rich and influential can take care
of themselves but when the poor
ana inendless get into court thev
have nothing to hope for vexcept
from the justice and humanity of
meir juage. unariotte Ubserver.
No man, in'the position of the
editor of the Observer, can suc
cessfully make the plea of an ig
noramus. 'lhere has been too
many facts made public, ready to
be backed up with ample evidence
for any intelligent man to go so
far out of his way to endorse any
thing this man Boyden might say,
at least without some grains of
allowance. The above looks very
much as though our good neigh
bor has sat long and hungered for
just some such doubtful ray of
light to expose his prejudice and
fellow feeling for an old chum.
This phrase can be just as truth
fully arranged something like this:
"And I want to say that if I evei
did wrong in the trial of these
cases, it was because I did not
"care to have" the facts. I am
not i ashamed that I have dealt
The above has not been written
with the . intention or desire to
wound the sensibilities of the edi
tor of the Observer, nor for the
purpose of " offending any one.
But seeing things as we do, we feel
that it is a solemn duty encum
bent upon us to expose anything
that intentionally, unintention
ally or otherwise, tends to uphold
demagoguery and the flaunting
of false colors in the face of the
public. In this particular, all
any fair, unbiased person need do,
is to delve into the great mass of
ever ready and tangible evidence.
After which, if the endorsements
are not scarcer, it will be because
such a writer will have gone to
some distant solitude to repent of
past mistakes. As for us, we also
heartily endorse the sentiment
and respect any one who may tru
ly follow such a policy, but this
same appreciation of high senti
ment, lofty motives and unalloy
ed justice, causes unbounded
amazement when we see it so reck
lessly misapplied and unworthily
Stolen Express Money Recovered.
St. Paul, Minn., Anril 18.
The $25,000 atolen at the Union
depot Tuesday night, was today
recovered by the police. John
Gunderson, the suspected robber,
who was arrested on Wednesday,
told the police where he had hid
den the money. Oae package
containing $10,000 was found un
der a piece of dirt in Jaoksdn
street, and two other packages
containing $15,000 were found
under the platform at the Great
CAU6HT IN MACHINERY.
H. C. Millerrof Statesfllle, ihs Victim of
a Horrible Fatality. '
Statpsviile. April 20. A very
tragic and distressing death oc
curred hre this morning about.
10 o'clock, when H. G Miller
died at thp sanatorium from, the
effvcts.of injnrips received a short
while before." The acsudnt oc
curred at the City Roller Mills,
which was owned afld operated by
the dead man and his brother, R.
Ebout 9 :15 o'clock the fireman
at tha mill, who was in the engine
room, heard a scream in the main
A 1 1 1 JI 1 l
Dart oi in ouiiuiue ana wau uj
answered the call for help he eaw
Mr. Miller entangled in the ma
chinery which was splattering
blood right and left. The fire
man rushed back to the engine
Ln(j shut it down, in the mean
tjme calliug for help. A number
0f people were near by. Kerr
Miner, a brother of the dead man,
wag driving along in his buggy.
The injured man was taken from
the machine, placed in the buggy
and hurried to the hospital, but
dieda few minutes after reaching
fehere jjls arm8 aud nead were
terribly mangled and he never re-
gained consciousness. It is sup
posed that he was trying to ad
just a belt, when his arm became
entangled in the machinery.
Mr Miller was about 28 years
old and one of Statesville's most
promising business men, and his
traffic death ha caused untold
distress to his close friends. He
. , , .
was married only last spring aud
ms young wire, wno was miss vjar
rie Sheltan, and his mother aud
father are prostrated with grief.
Mr. Miller was a member of four
different ledges and his fellow
members will have charge of the
funeral and burial. The fnneral
will be condncted from the First
Methodist church tomorrow after-
noon aud the rempins will be in-
terred at Qakwood cemetery.
Special to Charlotte Observer.
Was Disguised as a Stoker.
Maples, April 21. Details were
obtained today of the escape from
Italy of Enrico Alfano, known as
"Erricone," head of the Camorra
Secret Society, whose extradition
is sought by the Italian authori
ties. The local police authorities
who had long suspected him of
being connected with the Camor
ra, ordered a squad of gendarmes
to arrest him. But Alfano, hav
ing associates among aU classes of
the population, was notified of
the intention to take him into
custody and succeeded in leaving
Naples. He wens from village to
village under varied disguises iu
efforts to elude capture. At San
Leucio, near Caserta, the gend
armes Surrounded a house in
which Alfano was concealed, but
the Camorra chief succeeded in
escaping and took a train for
Rome. On arriving in that city
Alfano consulted a lawyer and re
mained hidden for week at the
c pital. But, lacking the certain
protection of the Canorra, which
is a Neapolitan organization, Al
fano returned here. The gend
armes, however, began closing in
on Alfano, who eventually secured
a false passport and escaped to
the United States disguised as a
Paris Hotels Don't Want Him.
Major Taylor, the champion
American bicyle rider, ws forced
to leave the hotel where he had
registered on account of the color
lii.e. American tourists at the
hotel are responsible for the ne
gro's being ordered out, declaring
tnavthev would leave' unless the
negro was compelled to move.
In an interview, Taylor, who is
a member of the negro ''400" ex
plained that this treatment is in
contrast with the welcome usually
accorded him. He declared he
would not seek admission in any
other hotel but" would take a home
of his own. Paris, France, dis
patch. His Dear old Mather.
"My dear old mother, who is
now eighty three years old, thrives
on " Electric Bitters," writes W
B. Brunsun, of Dublin, Ga. "She
has taken them for about two
years and enjoys an excellent ap
petite, feel strong and sleeps
well," That's the way Electric
Bitters affect the aged, and the
same happy results follow in all
cases of female weakness and gen
eral debility. Weak, puuy chil
dren too, are greatly strengthen
ed by "them. Guaranteed also
for stomach, , liver and kidney
troubles by all druggists. 50c,
Filing Fisft Struck Sailor. -.
When the liner Korea was
bowling along on a smooth sea in
ihe tropics, between Yokohama
nd Honolulu, a flying fish struck
S-cond Umcer K. Allman as ne
stood on the bridge- and caused
Kim some little injury.
The fish was one of a large
school and had flown to unusual
height at the time. Allman waa
it the moment taking an observa
tion when he felt a blow on his
right side. A h'asty glance down
ward disclosed the flying fish,
which lay on the bridge stunned
from the impact with the officer's
Allman was not seriously hurt
and he saved the flying fish,
which is retained as a niomento
of his strange experience. The
bridge of the Korea, where All-
man stood, is about 50 feet above
the surface of the sea. San Fran
Tunnel Caves' in.
Kuoxville, Tenn., April 22. A
portion of the Copper Ride tun
uel, on the Louisville &Nashville
railroad, 17 miles north of this
city, caved in today. Wie cave
in smothered a fire which had
been burning since yesterday
when a rear-end freight collision
occurred in ti e tunnel. Two
brakemen were injured. It is es
timated that 1,000 feet of the
tunnel is damaged by fire burning
the wood lining and supports, and
by the cave-in caused by the sup
ports falling. A locomotive, ca
boose and tnree coal cars .were
consumed. The tunnel may be
closed to traffic for several weeks
Aycock for President.
At a banquet in Chattanooga
one night last week Editor John
Temple Graves suggested, in
speech that Mr. Bryan nominate
Mr. Roosevelt for a third term
There will be no need to nomi
nate ay. Kooseveit or any one
else if the South will assert her
rights and nominate Chas, B. Ay
cock, of North Carolina, and put
his campaign in the hands o
Mr. Simmons, of the same state
Mr. Aycock is a bigger and bet
ter man than Mr. Roosevelt or
any other republican in this re
puMic, without the inconsistency
or impulsiveness of the present
occupant' of the White House
His sterling qualities and silvery
oratory would win many votes al
over this country, aud votes are
what the Democrats need in i
presidential election. Gaffn e y
S. C. Ledger.
Filipinos to the Exposition.
San Francisco, April 21.
Among the passengers on the
Japanese steamer, America Maru
which arrived last night, were 100
Filipinos enroute to the James
town Exposition. Three civilized
and three savage tribes are repre
seuted. Among the 6avage Fili
pinos are two surviv rs ,tf the
Mount Dajo. battle and Priqce
Sansaluna, son and heir of tb
notorious Datto Ali, of the Moros
Sansaluna has five slave with him
The civilized tribes represented
are the Tagola, the Viscayan and
tne 1518010., me savage members
are from the Bagato, the llano
and the Muro tribes.
The Filipinos are in charge, jOtf
W. A. Sutherlanda and will leave
for the East tomorrow.
Trinity College Catalogue. .
The annual Catalogue of Trin
ity College for the year 1906-10Q7
has just come from the preea.. . It
makes a volume of 172 pages, well
executed from .a typographical
standpoint, and setting forth fully
the educational work of the col
lege. The fifteen departments of
the college now offer 103 full year
courses, and in - addition,, the
school of law offers 23 courses.
The professors, instructors, and
administrative officers of Trinity
College are 37 in number, aud the
Trinity Park school employs five
masters, making a total of 42.
There are enrolled in Trinity Col
lege 270 students end in, i the
Trinity Park school 186, making
a total of students on the Trinity
The Salisbury House, 120 South
Long Street, is prepared to ac
commodate a iew boarders.
Rooms nisely furnished, ta b 1 e
well suppled and prices reasona
ble. 2-18 fef.
SDr. Williams' Indian Pile
Ointment will cure Blind,
Bleeding and Itching
Piles. It absorbs the tumors.
allays the itching at once, acts
as a poultice, elves instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment Is prepared for Piletfand Itch-
ingot the private pfitt?. Every box la
warranted. By drarsniita. by mail on re
eelpt of price, ftO oents and f 1.00. WILLIAMS
MANUFACTURING CO.. Fropa-. Cleveland, OUa
Had Three WirnKWaoted AiotiieTr
- W G. Underwood , for merly-the
western saleS manager5 for the
is charged with huvii.c led a
quadruple existence. ,Jn the past
fifteen months, he is said to have
made a coection of three happy
homes, three unhappy wives and
a bride-to-be. Just as Mr. Under
wood was preparing to rent n
fourth littld happy home for bis
ourth bride, the three other Mrs.
Qnderwooda got together. War
rants were issued am meo lately.
Other warrants were issued by the
Fairbanks-Morse Company, charg
ing Underwood with having col
lected money on bogUB checks.
Dora Underwood claims the
proud distinction of being ' the
first Mrs. Underwood. She was
married to Underwood in Dan
ville, 111., December 5th, 1898..
Edna Lapelle Underwood is the
second. Last night she exhibit
ed a certificate attesting to her
mamage to Underwood in Sioux
City two weeks ago The .third
wife is alleged to have been mar
ried in Sioux Falls.
The bride-to-be is a Chicago
woman and her name has been
suppressed. Chicago dispatch.
Dr. Price, the famous food
expert, has produced a product
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
which is considered to represent
the highest food .production.
Its healthful qualities are unsur
passed. 10 cents a package. 3
Fop sale by all Grocers
Barley, Bread and Beer
and yeast are
each both are wholesome foods.
In Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer the Pabst Eight-Day
Malting Process matures the malt slowly and uniformly,
thus transforming every particle cf nutriment in the barley
into perfect food substances.
To these are added the invigo
J. F. Ludwick,
225 E. Ennis St, Salisbury.
CHIP TOBACCO is one of the best and largest plugs of
flue-cured goods ever offered the consumer at 10c. It is
manufactured by a strictly INDEPENDENT firm, a con
cern depending solely upon the good will and patrpnage of
the people at large; a patronage only desired .upon the
strength of the superior quality of their tobaccos. That
it has earned this appreciation is amply proved by the
tremendous and rapidly increasing demand for CHIP. In
fact, wherever their tobaccos come into competion with
other makes, whether with the people or before judges of
the world's great expositions, they are invariably winners
Call for CHIP and -save the tags as they are valuable.
A copy o our 1907 premium catalogue, which is one of the largest
and most attractive ever gotten out by a tobacco manufacturer,
will be mailed to any addrena in tha United States on receipt of
only 4c in postage stamps or S of the tags we are redeeming.
HancocH Bros. Q Co., Lynchburg, Va.
- Does Coffee disagree -with yon?
f probably it doesl Then try DtH
Shoops tleaitn yon.HH: - it f
C ffee" is a clever "cbminatioi of
?arched cereal e and i.uts N- t
a gr-iiu f real Coff' e, reiiiember'
in Dr. Khoop's Health O.-ffee, vet
its flavor and taste closely matches
old Java and Mocha Coffee. If
your stomach, heart or kidneys
can't eti nd Coffee drinking, try
Health Cotfe. It is wholesome,
nourishing and satisfying. It's
nice even for the youngest child
irs. Dr. Hoore
Lady Tooth Extractor,
Will be in Salisbury
Monday, April 29th
For a short stay Extracting
Teeth by her Painlees Meth
od at .
116 West Inniss Street.
Next to Watchman Office.
Before You Purchase Any Other Write
ME NEW HOME SEWQ MACHINE COMPANY
Many Sewing Machines are made to sell retard
less of Quality, but the " New Home " is mad
to wear. Our guaranty never runs out
We make Sewing Machines to suit all conditions
jf the trade. The "Ne-w Home" stands atthe
lead of all High-grade family sewing machine
Sold by authorized dealers only,
FOR SALE BY
W. M. RUTH, Salisbury, N. C.
These three words are derived from the
same Anglo Saxon root breowan.
All three are foods. Barley, a grain
that makes both bread and beer.
Bread, a solid food. Beer, a liquid
In making bread, flour and yeast are
used; in . making beer, barley-malt, hops
used. The same principle is in
rating properties ol the choicest
heps, by the Pabst brewing process,
which insures absolute purity.
Your system re
quires a liquid. Why
not use one that is
both food and dvivk.-
The special . value of Pabst Blue Ribbon at meals is
that it encourages the fluids of the stomach to readier
action thus aiding you to get the fullest
nourishment from 3our food.
You can prove t.e value of Pabst
Blue Ribbon as a food, by order
ing a case today for home use.
Mad? by Pabst
ji wmmm a Lotnrop, l
10th, 1 1tlv F and G sts.
rjashinoton, D. O.
1 Sale of Umbrellas at Half Price
We have st cured from a manufactur a lot of WomeD's
and Men's Umbrellas at a concession which enables us to offer
OnAahalf 'Rignular Prine&.
a These umbrellas were made. tor a nrm wnicn iauea-Deiore
Q they were ready tor delivery, we were tortunkte in getting q
Q the entire lot (about 200).-.which we offer at half price. Q
There's a variety of handsome handles, including sterling 0
silver, ivory, pearl, silver, copper and natural wood.
They are devided into two
Women's, $1.00 to $12.75
Values, $2.00 to $25.00
Men's. $2.00 i to $14.00
Values, $4.00j (tp $30.00
0 Guimpes for Jumpers.
Just received a new line of
Lingerie Guimpes, to be worn
with jumper suits. A variety
Q of pretty styles lace and em-
H broidery trimmed, f and full
K length sleeves, Prices $1.00
jj and op.
() ovelty Net Curtains.
Now showing a splendid lin6
of Novelty Net Curtains in all
the latest and best effects,
A trimmed with plain and ruf-
M fled edges, suitable for aum-
mer homes and cottages
U Sash Curtains, 2 yards long
0 $1.50 a pair.
S Ruffled Curtains, 3 yards
lcDg, $2.00 a pair.
a Full-size' Curtains, 3 yds
X long, $2.25 a pair.
Rcifl Tnmatn Mavonnaise
- Bright Red Tomato Mayon
naise Dishes, in three sizes
AMERICAN BEAUTY Styfe 626
Kalamazoo Corset Co., Mdkt.
Our Corset Department
Is now complete in
every respect. It con
tain? every imaginable
Style and Shape, suit
able for every figure
from the young maid
en to the stately maid
en. , .
iury Dry Goods (k,
T. 1.1. KESLER, f.1gr.
Opposite Court House, Salisbury, -H. C.
, . 0
lots, as follows :
complete with saucer and cv
er. As it may be some time Q
before we ean obtain another a
shipment of these, we would M
recommend an early inepec-
38, 60 and 85c, complete. Q
A substitute for stained
glass. Vitrophane is a mate-'. f
rial made in Europe for the If
decoration of plain window -.Jr
glass, to give the plaine and 9
otherwise unattractive win
dows a decorative appearance, ' Q
.to shut out an uirattractive ,a
' view, without shutting out the S
light. It comes in a variety
of patterns, in rolls of about '
nine yards long; it .is sold
either by the roll or by the
yard. It is so simple to apply
that any one can do it with
peneoii results. j:
Width 18 inchps, price 50c 0
a yard, $4.25 a Toll (8$ Q
you like from-