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THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN
Win. H. 8TIWART, Editor and Owntr
MMItfMd Kvry Wednesday
At ttllftbury, N. C.
TTtX&BMM. 1 je&r. $ .75
IUocH, 1 THr .71
Tli MgrtsalT Farmer, 1 year. .1.00
All t far a jear each, only $1.50
Entered aj. ieeond-clast matter Jan
ury 1ft. 1105, at the poatoffloe at
flaltsewx, N. C under the act of Con-
9t March 3rd. lS7t.
1 he cotton mill situation rTTTTT
at Charlotte . and" Cone jrd ni
continue to srrjw worse.
which is to be regretted. The
Watchman has all the eytn
pathy necessary for the cot
ton mill workers and also the
owners, between, whom peace
ful and profitable relations
existed until the outside agi
tators, probably emissaries
s e u t here by the jealous
northern factory owners, ai
rivd on the scene. There
Salisbury, N.O.. May 28, 1919 ho!uldbe no objection to the
emplSJfeies organizing lor
COUNTY PAYING THE tneir owu improvement and
Doughnuts were sold on
the streets here Monday
boosting the Salvation army
drive. The first one brought
$15 and was purchased by W
A Carter, a farmer. The
material interests, but there
ought to be some way to pr,e
vent outsiders coming into a
section or Stpte and turning
peace and prosperity into
chaos. Men Vho are not
citizens of the State and
w 1 1 .i.
doughnuts were made on the ua no ngni8 aa mGh mul(i
street under the dIrRtinnnf uut uo ruea me pnveieg
Miss Lidia Olive, county
home demonstration agent and
employee of the county draw
ing $75 per month or 'more to
do what hardly ia woman in
the county can't do better.
es he assumes.
One A J Warren, dubbsd
a smart alex. Rowan's
health officer, or probablv it
would be more accurate 10
The farm rWrWraf iu anticipation of the ty-
also putting in his time solicit ?ho,d.ePeleinic to be expected
ino fnnds fnr iu i.!' neMtlllB summer becaus of
Army. No rinnht. fh n, J fche establishment of the so-
pieare doing this work for lled 8anitarv closets, the
most commendable reasons, , J , BPraer- gone,
but when we rememher thev (tnanks) and C W Armstrong,
are being paid by the county
for their time it puts entirely
a different phase on the sub
ject. Taxes are being in
creased, the law enforces the
c Elections and every year
there is a long list of
homes sold to pay these taxes,
people's homes being taken
a native ot Troy, N C, has
been imported to take 'his
place. We have no doubt
Mr Armstrong is a very cap
i 1 .. ji
auio gHunemen, out we are
"agin" this health officer
buisness, do not believe-in im
porting men to take jobs
here that rightly belong to
therefore to help the Salva- aatives.of the county, and do
tion army. Have the coun- . ?eiieve me count com
tv nnrnmimnara o su ""toners can dome a non
to do this? Will they hear reent Wlth any authority
Hir OTmind amam rt . wuaiuver. xie is no more
until the people become
aroused and force a change.
The national constitution
forbids the Stage's aiding in
religious matters, but what
does the constitution of the
nation amount to with the
Lords of Rowan?
citizen of Rowan than if he
had just landed from Berlin
or Dublin and cannot oxer
. m -
cise authority over people
who are not subjects of his.
jxv county commissioners
haVe not been authorize! by
the people to do such a thing,
shouli not do it and ought to
have too much home
pride to do it, yet
it in uone. jet tne peo-
We notice Republican
writers are now howling be
cause more millionaires hflv
been made by the Democratic or8anizB to preserve their
administration in aW voara I ri8"ts.
- i&a uaic
than t.hft Rnnhlirana
duced in twentv five vflr I NC-4 Winw its Way Across the Atlantic.
That's too bad to be beaten Ponta, Delgada, May 27,
iike that. Yes, and what's he arrival of the JNC-4 at
more, the fellow with only Lisbon, marks the completion
two hands comprising his of the first transatlantic air
capital stock has received ght in history with the cov
more for his labor than ever ete( honor going to a ma-
before in the history of the chine designed, built and
nation. What's the objection manned by Americans.
toth?e? Flotilla Commander Wort-
man n, at Ponta Delgado, has
xiJOHiouuuiBBogreatanatne i woi-veu. a raaio message re
condition of the county court layed from the plane saying:
room in the new court house 44 We are safely on the
J8 such that Judge P S Carl- other side of the pond."
ton has very properly vacated Later the message reported
it and has announced that he to the crew as well and gave
would not occupy it again brief details of the arrival in
until it is put in proper con- Portugal. The engine works
dition. This is a case where splendidly and apparently
a former board ot county com tllere was no untoward inci-
missioners ignored the funda d Thfn I kind' u
, x The NC-4 was greeted hy
mental., of our government, the cheers of great crowds on
rode rough shod over the the water front, the shriek-,
people and heaped a great ing of whistles and the ring-
qent on the county to please l"8 01 oeus. ine plane cov
- their own sweet wills. This ere tne disance at a speed
matter should yet be placed re than 80 milea an
in court and these wilful As'soon as the news was
men.forced to pay f or the dam reached here, admiral Jack
age done and restore so far son ordered, all the war craft
as their meamrwill,the wrong in water to blow their
,uuue. jiniB is tne result of
their autocratic methods and
hurry to accomplish their
sinister purposes. Let them
pay the bill.
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove tht
cuue. There is only one "Bromo Quinine.'
C. W. GROVE'S Bignatare on box. 30c.
wnistle8 and sirens. This
was kept up for five minutes.
the sailors and officers mean
while cheering the great
Commander Read, accord
ing tointormat?on here, plans
to remain at Lisbon overnight
and continue to Plymouth to
morrow, weather permitting.
II I I III I II II
ants the pietur e of
man who has been in the
erviee from lowan.
The Honor Roll of Rowan County will present an authentic record showing
the photographs and biographies of all "The Boys" from Rowan county and others
who so brilliantly represented their country, and the State of North Carolina, in
this great war. ggj $m
There is absolutely no charge made and you are obligated in no way. You
owe to your friends and relatives to see that they are not left out of this perma
nent history of "Who's Who" in the world war from Rowan county
Can you imagine the joy it would have given our veterans of the civil war if
they had o record showing the pictures and history of "The Boys" from Rowan
county and those who stood with them in "61"?
This county has given generously of its manhood, some of whom will never
return. In the years of peace to follow let not a single soldier be lost as an in
dividual, but let every citizenf ot the county co-operate in every way to compile a
record that will stand as a monument of credit to the patriotism of this county,
a tribute to each individual soldier, an honor roll to which we can point with
pride, which will serve as permanent history of "Who's Who" and for the edifi
cation of the generations to ,
The Pictures Should be Brought in at Once
We also want t ie names of every member of the Red Cross in this county, a
picture of the officers of each branch chapter and the names and pictures1 of all
who were conspicuously connected with the Liberty Loan Committee and other
war work for this book. Bring these pictures in as quickly as possible as we
will have a special home service of wonderful importance that will be treasured
by your families and handed down from one generation to another.
Honor Roll of Rowan County,
tTJm. H. STEWART, publisher Watchman OWIoo,
The following gentlemen have consented to act as
. . .
u auvisory committee ana are giving
hearty endorsement and assistance:
the work their
IV. F. SNIDER,
Chairman of the Rowan County Red Cross
Haj, MAX L. BARKER
H. A. ROUZER,
Chairman Liberty Loan Committee
VV. B. STRACHAN,
Chairman War Savings Stamps Organization
Capt. FRANK BROW,
Captain of Home Guard and Soldier's Aid Com.
n. C. QUINN,
Chairman Rowan County Draft Board
J. HI. GlcCORKLE,
Treasurer, Cashier of Davis & Wiley Bank
Coupon to be filled out for Rowan County
Soldiers and Sailors.
Rank Branch of service...
Division ...Regiment Company.
Date of promotion to rank of
Coupon to be filled in by Rowan People En
gaged in Horns service Work
Name of town or township
The above should be used to designate the type of Home
service you have been engaged in. Fill in carefully.
Date of promotion to rank of.
Date of promotion to rank of.
Date of promotion to rank of.
Wounded at battle of
Killed at battle of
Date ; "m