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HAD A HARD TIME.
And After Going Through Such a Bitter
Experience Was Beaten.
The law that requires all candi
dates for State, county and city
offices to file a bill of their expen
ditures during the campaign im
mediately after elej$ion is in
force in Georgia now, and the
candidates who won and lost in
the recent Georgia primaries are
now filing the bills that show
what it cost them to be elected or
defeated. One of the defeated
candidates for a county office in
the state has just filed this bill :
"Lost 4 months and 3 days can
vassing, 1,349 thinking about the
election, 5 acres of cotton, 23
acres of corn, a whole sweet po
tato crop ; 4 sheep, 5 shoats and 1
beef given to a barbecue ; 2 front
teeth and a considerable quantity
of hair in a personal skirmish;
gave 97 plugs of tobacco, 7 Sunday-school
books, 2 pairs of sus
penders, 4 calico dresses, 7 dolls
and 13 baby rattlers.
"Told 2,889 lies, shook hands
23,475 times, talked enough to
have made in print 1,000 large
volumes size of Patent Office re
ports, kissed 126 babies, kindled
14 kitchen fires, cat 3 cords of
wood, pulled 474 bundles of fod
der, picked 774 pounds of cotton,
helped pull 7 loads of coin, dug
14 bushels of potatoes, carried 27
buckets of water, put up 7 stoves,
was dog-bit 4 times ; watch broken
by baby, cost $3 to have repaired.
"Loaned out 8 barrels of flour,
Pf VtTi all 1 a - t maul "1 nrtn n)a rf
bacon. 37 pounds of butter, 12
dozen eggs, 3 umbrellas, X3 lead
pencils, 1 Bible dictionary, 1
mow blade, 2 hoes, 1 overcoat, 5
boxes paper collars, none of which
has been returned.
""Cfriied my opponent a pream-
bulating liar doctors bill $10.
Had five arguments with my wife
result ; One flower vase smash
ed. 1 broom broken, 1 dish of
hash Knocked off the table,
shirt bosom ruined, 2 handfuls of
whiskers pulled out, 10 cents
worth of sticking platser bought
besides spending $1,768. " New
DEFAULTING SHERIFF SENTENCED.
Our English Cousins of the Fair Sex Ap
pear to be in Earnest.
Suffragette disturbances have
driven the government to the un
usual course of temporarily clos
ing the strangers and ladies gal
leries in the House of Commons.
This was announced by the Speak
er in response to a question from
Premier Asquith and Mr. Bafour,
the leader of the opposition as
Parliament was adjourning to
night, While the House was discussing
the liceuing bill a sensation was
caused by the display of a placard
and suddsn shrill cries from
ladies' galleries demanding votes
for women, while simultaneously
a bundle of handbills flattered
down from the strangers' gallery
at the opposite end of the cham
ber, and a man shouted protests
against "injustice to women,"
Attendants hurried to the gal
leribB and the male offender was
unceremoniously ejected," but
from the ladies' gallery sounds
were heard of a desperate strug
gle. Two suffragette had firmly
chained themselves to the grille
and resisted for a time all efforts
at removal, crying continuously
in shrill tones, their demauds for
The scene was watched with
amazement from the'fioor of the
house, but finally the suffragette
were dragged from their posts and
removed, but only after portious
grille were removed with
He Speculated in Grain With the County
4 , Fund and Lost.
? Tha trial of defaulting ex-Sher
iff and Trjasurer A. W. Aman, of
Sampson cotiuty, ended here last
night. Aman entered a- plea of
guilty upon two charges of em
bezzlement and for the first was
sentence ! to imprisonment in the
county jail for a term of four
months. For the second he was
sentenced to a term of four years'
imprisonment in the penitentiary,
to begin at the expiration of the
jail eentence. A verdict of not
guilty was rendered, in the case
In a -.confession made in open
court Aman said that he lost
$6,000 in corn ! futures in 1904;
that he lost all he was short in
speculation in corn and cotton
and his mercantile busiues, and
that he never took away with
him a cent of the county's money.
He said his official and personal
accounts got mixed ; that he took
money from his business to pay
the county script when the coun
ty treasury had no funds and that
he had to make a settlement with
the county. The total shortage
of Aman as treasurer amounted
to $28,000, of which the bonds
men made gocd about $20,000,
the remainder $8,000 being deriv
ed from his personal estate. His
defalcation has generated a great
deal rf . ligitation and bitterness
in Sampson county, includiug in
dictments and trials of the Re
publican county commissioners
and a civil suit now pending
wherin certain bondsmen seek to
recover their losees from the com
missioners who made the settle
ment with Aman. Clinton, N.
He Got His Daughter.
J. L. Morgan, the rich ex-distiller
of Marion, who hastened to
Europe to prevent his daughter
from marrying W. L. Craig, to
get her away from whom, Morgan
haxl sent her across the Atlantic,
fouiid his daughter in Paris, ac
cording to a diepatch laet week, but
makes no mention of Craig, as if
the marriage had not taken plac.i.
Craig was a poor young man when
the girt was sent away but his
mother suddenly, realized some
money and let him have $3,000,
whereupon he hit the road for
Europe. Whether he married the
girl or not remains to be seen.
Fl ATIII FMP.Y
Ban WMMaaaws a
HAS THE mm
ON THE FRONT OF EACH PACKAGE
AND THE SIGNATURE AND SEAL OF
J. H. ZEILIN&CO.,
. ON THE SIDE,
IN RED. '
' Where to Go to Buy !
When in need of good, reliable,
single or double .wagon or buggy
Home-made Harness don't fail to
tinnt up our place on the corner
I Innis and Lee Sreets.
We also do II ret class repairing
on short notice and at reasonable
Our line of Saddles, Collars,
Bridles, Halters, Whips, Brushes,
C:mbs, Robes, Harness Oil and
other horse supplies is always
c miplete and ready for inspec.
we solicit a portion ot your
patronage and invite you to call
aud see our stock.
If your horse i9 injured in any
way get a bottle cf our Horse
Liniment. No cure, no pay.
Hartline & Co.
Phone 433, 130 East Inniss St.
A watcli goes Willi every snit from $10 ud
1908 Fall and Winter 1909
Notice is hereby given that there will
be a meeting of the stockholders of the
Kincaid Veneer and Lumber Company
at its office near Salisbury, N. O. , at 3
o'clock p. m., on Thursday the 19th day
of November, 1908, to act upon the
following resolution that was adopted
by a two-thirds vote of the whole board
of directors of said company at a meet
ing of directors held on October 6, 1908,
of which meeting of directors each di
rector had four days' notice, to-wit:
"Resolved, That in the judgment of
this Board of Directors it is deemed ad
visable and most for the benefit of the
Kincaid Veneer and Lumber Company
that the same should be forthwith dis
solved and its affairs be settled; that
its property be t old at public auction
to thahighest bidder, after due adver
tisement according to law ; that its
debts, if any, paid ; and that then the
proceeds remaining from said sale be
divided among its stockholders accord
ing to their respective interests; and
that to that end ordered tha lameeting
of the stockholders of th iscompany be
held on Thursday the 19th day of No
vember, 1908, at 3 o'clock p. m., at the
office of thu Company hear Salisbury,
N. C, to take action upon this resolu
tion ; and further, that within ten days
hereof, a notice, duly signed by presi
dent J J. Kincaid and acting Secretary
John Allen Brown, of this meeting of
stockholders, and of the adoption of
this resolution be forthwith mailed to
each stock holderof the Company re
siding in the United States, to his last
known post-office address; and that
also, beginning within said ten days,
President J. J . Kincaid and Acting
Secretary John Allen Brown shall
forthwith cause a like notice to be pup
lishrd in the Carolina Watchman at
least four weeks successively once a
week, next precesding the time ap
pointed for the same, of said meeting
of stockholders, to take action upon
this resolution.' 10-21 At.
Dated October 16, 1908.
J. J. Kincaid, Pres
J. A. Brown, Sect'y
Edwin C. Gregory, attorney.
Capital ail Surplus $30,000.00.
, Ki C,
We offer cheap for quick
sale a 331 acre farm five miles
West from Salisbury on the
Statesville road,- known as
the Chris Wagner home place
Has dwelling, barn and good
well. Half of the place is
in timber. Terms can be
made to suit the purchaser.
Apply at our office for
Ten minutes later there was an
other dramatic scene, a man in
the strangers' gallery flinging a
bundle of bills down upon the
house and shouting : "Why don'fj Q
READ ALL THIS.
You Never Know the Moment When This
Information May Proie of Infinite Value.
It is worth considerable to any citi
zen of Salisbury to know how to be
cured of painful, annoying and itching
piles. Know then that Doan's Oint
ment is a positive remedy for all itch
ress of the skin, for piles, eczema, etc.
One application relieves and soothes.
Head this testimony of merit :
Mrs. J. M. Litten, 02 E. Bank St.,
Salisbury, N. O,, "Several years ago I
suffered a great deal from a skin erup
tion. This appeared all over my body
but was especially noticeable on my
hands. The itching was almost un
bearable and at night J 'was unable to
obtain my proper rest. I tried salves
and ointments but obtained only slight
relief and had about despaired of ever
being cured. Finally Doan's Ointment
was brought to my attention and after
procuring a box from the Salisbury
Drug Company, I started its use. The
itching ceased at once and soon every
trace of the trouble disappeared. I
know Doan's Ointment to be a wonder
ful preparation for any troubles of this
vKina ana will never fail to recommend
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New Yoik, sole agents for the United
take no other.
the name Doan's--and
you give women votes and relieve
the unemployed?" Attendants
rashed upon him but he resisted
fiercely the attempts made to carry
him bodily from the gallery.
After a desperate straggle, the at
tendants succeeded in .ej-ctug
the man. About the same time
a large body of suffragette
made a demonstration outside the
Parliament building, and fifteen
of them were arrested.
According to their companions,
the whole thing was planned be
forehand with great secrecy. One
band was to demonstrate outside
the building, another in the lobby
of the house and a third in the
gallery. The gallery contingent
numbered fourteen, but it was at
tended by many passive sympa
thizers. London dispatch.
Supreme Court Against Hoicombe.
Evangelist Walt Holcoiribe will
have to pay "the $200 fine and costs
for making a ribald remark in a
church in Georgia. The Dispatch
mentioned the case s t the time.
The evangelist wished to speak to
men only and asked the women to
retire. As it was raining they
were slow to get out. Whereupon
Hoicombe yelling at a woman,
calling attention to an excess of
adipose upon an unmentionable
part of ; her person. He was. in
dicted for bemg indecent, and
fined. The supreme court last
week affirmed the decision of the
lower court. Lexington Dispatch.
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Fresh Made Candy
To be sold at this Sale at
fits Pr I.h rianrivl
V LUi 1 VI JLf Mi VU1XU J .
OUR USUAL SALE
ONE DAY ONLY!
On Saturday, Nov. 1
We will sell all Candies at a Re
duction of 5 Cents per Pound.
Remember the DATE and PLAGE.
Don't miss this Sweet Bargain. and remember we will
not sell more than 5 pounds to any one family. AH these
candies are made at our place daily. Come early and
avoi 1 the rush at
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Saturday, Nov .14.
Salisbury, II. G.
Hydaulic Rams are . Cheapes
and Most Satisfactory.
Probably the cheapest and best
method of obtaining a constan
11 i -
a.ia aounaant supply ot good
water for the household, stock
yard, garden and fire purposes
aud at the same time that which
needs the least attention is the
hydraulic ram. You can have
your water delivered right to your
house- from any nearby spring or
branch without no further atten
tion alter the installation ot
ram. rne beet r m on tne mar
ket is sold and installed by T. A
P. Roseman, Route 8, Salisbury
N. 0. Write for partictJars.
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
SALISBURY, N. O.
W. C. Coughenoub, President,
' T. C. Linn, Vice-President,
W. H. White, Cashier.
Capital - - $50,000.00
Surplus, - - $40,000.00
Directors: JohnS. Henderson, D.
A. Atwell, T. C. Linn, H. N.
Woodson, Burton Craige, W. S.
Blackmer, Walter H. Woodson,
W. B. Strachan, A. H. Price,
. W. C. Coughenour.
Every accommodation extended con
sistent with safe banking.
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vertisement many of the ad
vance models in FALL and
WINTER CLOTHING direct
from the shops of famous
makeas, will be on our coun
ters. We want you to stop in
as you pass by and look at a
few of the nice things that are
now ready for you to see.
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Old Carriages and Buggies! repaired, painted and made
as good as new.
New Tops made and old Tops repaired. New Cushions
furnished and old Cushions repaired.
New Dashes furnished and Old Frames Re-covered.
Rubber Tires a Specialty ; steel tired wheels changed to
Rubber Tires. Old rubber tires repaired.
All kinds of Wood and Iron Work done at short notice.
We have skilled workmen in each department.
Surreys, Buggies and Wagons for Sale.
Harness of all kinds made and repaired. Call and get
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Summersett Undertaking Co,
Are Fully equipped with the" latest Hearses,
Church Truck and all supplies necessary for con-,
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. Coffins, Caskets and Burial Robes.
Their Mr. R. M. Davis and Mr. T. W. Summer
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it urnitare or all Kinds, of every variety and rrices to Q
The Undertaking Parlors of
C. W. WRIGHT'S
Are the equal &f any in the State, which, com
bined with the skill and experience of his assistants
makes his place one of the most desirable to those
needing' such services. A lady is employed in this
department and. will render assistance whenever
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AL ROBES FOR SALE.
suit all constantly kept in Stock.
You are invited to call,
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