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Saubbubt, N. C, Dec. 16, 1908.
The Watchman wishes all of its
many readers aud friends a very
happy Christmas season and many
more of them.
With the unpunished murder
ers in our state. North Carolina
cannot afford iusfc now to throw
any large stones at Tennessee.
What's the matter with the
young people in Iredell county?
There seems to be an epidemic
of secret marriages over there. Are
the folks ashamed to have the
public know they have surrender
ed to Cupid?
Mr. Taft talks very plainly and
fairly as to his intentions toward
tne ooutn. ue can convince us
of his sincerity by appointing
white Republicans to Federal
positions in the South, and giving
those in the North to the colored
brother who has claims on the4
G. O. P.
A dispatch from Wake Forest
states that nine sophomores have
been expelled from Wake Forest
College for hazing. Score one for
Wake Forest. The boys will
learn after while that the
general public has a right to ex
pect that college students will be
There is no better way to have
a good time Christmas than to
help some one else to a good time.
upen up your Heart and your
pocket book and you will be the
gainer. Jf you don't feel able to
give in a princely way, give modest
ly and in a small way, but you
will have no trouble in finding
some one outside of your own
family circle whom you cau make
nappier at a very trifling outlay.
Try it this year if you have
never done so and you will want
to repeat the performance.
No one wishes Mr. Barbee, o
Durham, anything but a full and
fair investigating and trial. If
he is innocent nobody desires
harm to come to him, but if it be
shown that he is the murderer o
Engineer Holt, may he get all the
law provides in such cases.
In some parts of the West, we
are told, that in some in
stances, lawyers are voluntarily
engaged in handling - picks and
shovels as a means to a livelihood
it has been only recently that
Chauncy Depew stated that the
profession was on the decline, and
it is commonly admitted by large
n umbers of leading business men
that the occupation of lawyers
Decommmg limited to tne service
of the criminal class, in short peo
pie are rapidly coming to the con
elusion that lawyers as a class
nave no more brains, no more
justice and no more rights than
any other class. Ofcourse there
are exceptions pro and con, but
we believe the average citizen has
as much idea of justice as the
average lawyer, and,- when it comes
to deciding a case by the written
law, he can look the matter up as
quickly and render a decision
with as much accord , to both the
spirit and letter of said law as any
one. rnis is not said witn any
intention of reflecting on, or dis
piragement of,; any of the gen
tlemen engaged in the profession
here, cn the contrary we think
them a splendid body constituting
part of our best citizenship. How
ever, when they show a desire to
monopolize the little offices creat
ed by the establishment of a Re
corner's Court here, they hurt
their cause and give offense, o
course not lntentially, to large
number of good people who know
and feel such a course, if adopted
and we have no doubt of its adop
tion, is not only: class legislation
and. greed, but xoba them and
their posterity of "equal opportu
nities. We confess our Surprise
at the action of the Salisbury bar.
ed with it
The "officers are not giving out
s Sosnected of Being the Murderer of the stories m advance, but it is
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family of i eople. He is the son of
Gray Barbee, is marrinlbut has
no children. His escapades in the
courts of the past. have cost him a
great deal of money, his fight in
the Cole mnrder case alone prob
ably costing him $10,000."
Engineer Holt. Evidence Strong.
Lsst Friday morning, Reuben
Barbee, a well known character of
Durham, was arrested by officers
and placed in jail, charged with
having murdered Engineer Fred
Holt. Ever since the? killing' of
ficers have been investigating Bar
bee's movements on the night of
the murder and they claim to have
wqven a strong net of circumstan
lal evidence, about mm. it is
stated that ' Ex-Soheitor Brooka
has been retained by the Brother
hood of Locomotive Engineers to
assist in"thf jprssecution of Bar
bee, 'i- : '
The following from a Durham
special will be of great interest at
this time to the readers of The
Watchman, as it serves to throw First Case Under New Law.
considerable light upon the reputa- A temporary injunction was
tion and character of Barbee, that granted .yesterday morning by
is, admitting that such a dark Judge W. B. Council at chambers
reputation is susceptible of being restraining r P. H. Poindexter &
lightened: " Co., who operated a ferry at Don.
It is said that the evidence naha from carrying passengers for
against Barbee is very strong. The nothing or for a nominal sura.
story is but the officers are not The injunction was grantedatthe
giving tout anything that there instigatiion oPthe Yadkin River
are two eye witnesses who saw the Bridge Company,- a corporation
man who fired the shot and then I which recently erected a tble
ran out from under the coal chute I bridge above the ferry and the
and reload his gun. The witnesses, ferrymen were endeavoring by
so the story goes, say that that means of carrying passengers and
mam wa&penben Barbee. They vehicles gratis or nearly gratis, to
are locked up and it is impossible monopolize trade and to crush
to see either Barbee or the witnass- competition.
es at this time. This is the first instance, so far
"In the office of the sheriff is an as is known, of a suit being brought
ominous message trom the mar- under the new anti-trust law, pass-
der this being a single-barrel ed by Congress last j ear. The en
shot gun that the detectives say tire question will be "threshed out
was used in killing Holt. before a Forsyth jury probably at
"Soon after the arrest of Barbee the next term of Superior Court.
on the v. positive guarantee
that if it doei not give sat
isfaction we will return the
entire amount of money paid
us for it.
'Barbee comes from a goodkWe ask all those who are
run-down, nervous,- debili
tated, aged or weak, and
every person suffering from
stubborn colds, hanging-on
coughsrbronchitis or incipi
ent consumption to try Vinol
with this understanding.
Smith Drug Co., Salisbury
said that there are two eye- wit
nesses, who saw Barbee whem he
ran out from under the coal chute,
saw him stop, face around and re
load his gun, "The place where
these men say he stopped bears
out the statement of other wit
nesses, and the place shown isex
actly where tha' empty shell was
found by the officers the morning
after the murder. r
Sale o! Valuable Town Lots and Houses
there were rumors that he would
be taken from here. The sheriff
said that he had not decided but
that he did not want any unneces
sary trouble in protecting the man,
and there is undoubtedly a great
deal of feeling against him. It is
also learned that the governor had
ordered the local military to keep
Sprinkling Scheme Dcn't Take.
At a receni meeting of the Mer
chants' Association, the proposi
tion made the board of aldermen
to take charge of the street
sprinkling business and charge
in readiness for any trouble that the.P??ple fr 8 "T IV
the sheriff might have in handling 8Prinie' waB
the situation. There is. however. members of the
opposea zo ine
no probability that the military
will be called to use. If so it will
be for some matter that is not now
While the airest of Reuben
Barbee caused a great deal of ex
citement, and the facts were quick
ly spread over the streets, still
A 1 A
mere was no great surprise. As a
matter of fact it has been openly
suggested on the streets and in all
other kinds of quarters ever since
the shooting that it was done by
Reuben Barbee. This has been no
secret, although not published in
the . papers, and as a matter of
fact Barbee himself has talked
with people who openly charged
him with the crime at least that
is the story heard.
"Reuben Barbee is a white man,
little more than fifty years of age,
and with a shining plate that
shows the ravages of time have
scraped off the hairs. He has led
a checkered career. Time and
again he has been in trouble and
he has been charged with crimes
on many occasions that would
have put him up for terms or for
his life if convicted.
"On one occasion he was charg
ed witb killing William Col
There was no doubt about the mur
der, but in the court he put up a
showing that caused the jury to
render a verdict of acquittal . The
verdict so enraged the good people
of the county that an open indig
nation meeting was held in the
very court room where the jury had
returned the verdict. This meet
ing had the effect to change the
laws in regard to getting a jpecia)
venire in this county. Up to that
time the court had the right to
order deputies to go out on the
highways and get those they coald
for service. This was done in that
case against Barbee.
Barbee has been charged shooting
into a train on one occasion, and
it is told of him.that while he was
a boy in school that he was sent
from school because he threw
rocks at a train. Ife"was also sug
gested, but he was never arrested
for it, that he causedithe wrack of
a train between herewi'tEast
Durham many jSsrrx&iin which
an engineer lost a' leg. -;
".There are many other crimes
with which Reuben Barbee has
been charged? and his name for
years has been a household word
to frighten children who did not
wish to do what was right. He is
known to be a man capable of
crime and since the day when
Holt was brutally murdered the
name of Barbee has been connect-
plan and stated
they would not pay a cent for
sprinkling. They are of the opin
ion that they pay enough taxes to
entitle them to this service free.
A committee will take up the
matter with the aldermen. '
Pension Warrants Ready.
Pension warrants for pansioners
in Kowau county reacnea &upe
rior Court Clerk J. Frank McCub
oins late last wees ana tuey are
now reaay ior aistnoution. it is
probable that before this time
many of them have found their
way into the hands of thoee
whose favor they were drawn
1 he sum allotted to the veterans
and widows of veterans in this
county is $7,639. This amount
will be distributed as follows:
142 fourth class pensioners wil
get $25 each ; 108 widows of vete
rans, $25 each, 13 third class vet
erans, $45 ; 5 second class veterans,
$60 each: 2 first cUbs veterans.
$72 each and three veterans who
a'ejentirely blii-dwill r.ceive$120
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Pursuant to a decree of the Superior
Court made in the special proceeding
entitled Mary T. Lefler, administratrix
of D. L. Lefler against Etta Lefler et
al. , the undersigned commissioner, ap
pointed by the court, will expose to
public Bale at the courthouse door in
the city of Salisbury, at 12 o'clock m. on
Monday, Januarj the 4th, (909,
the following described town lots in
the town of Granite Quarry, bounded
and described as follows, to-wit:
Lot No. 1. Beginning at a stake on I
the railroad and runs north 47 west 1.55
chains to a stake on the old line on the
south side of the Gold Hill road; thence
with the old line south 4 west 3.30
chains to a stone, corner of lot No. 2;
thence with" line of lot No. 2 passing
over the middle of the well, north 51
east 2.27 chains to a Btake on the rail
road; thence with the railroad 80
links to the beginning, containing
63-100 of an acre. On this lot is situ
ated one nice 3-room cottage and out
buildings worth $500 per month.
Lot No. 2. Beginning at a stake on
the railroad corner to lot No. 1 and
runs thence south 51 west 2.27 chains
passing over the middle of the well to
a stone in the old line ; thence with the
old line south 4 west 1.58 chains to a
stake, corner of lot No. 5 ; thence north
51 east 3 chains to a stake on the rail
road ; thence with the railroad 1.09
chains to the beginning, containing
40 100 of an acre. On this lot is situ
ated a nice 3-room cottage with out
buildings and rent9 for $5.00 per month.
Lot jno. 3. Beginning at a stake on
the railroad, corner of iotNo. 2, thence
south 51 west 3 chains to a stake on
the old line, corner of lot No. 2; thence
with the old line south 4 west 1 47
chains to a stake, corner of lot No. 4:
thence north 51 east 332 chains to a
stake on the railroac , corner of lot No.
4 ; thence with the railroad 1 06 chains
to the beginning. On this lot is situated
a very nice cnttage. 3 rooms, with out
buildings, etc ana worth $5. 00 or $6.00
.Lot rJo. 4. Beginning at a stak on
the railroad, corner of lot No. 3, thence
south 51 west 3 32 chains to a stake on
the old line ; thence with the old line
south 4 west 1.75 chains to a stake,
corner of lot No. 5; thence north 51
east 3.90 chains to a stake on the rail
road, corner of lot No. 5 : thence with
the railroad 1.50 chains to the begin
ning, containing 45-100 of an acre
This is a vacant lot suitable for a nice
Lot No. 5.. Beginning at a stake on
the railroad, corner of lot No. 4, and
runs thence south 51 west 3 90 chain
to a stake on the old line ; thence witti
the old line south 4 west 1.25 chains to
a stake, corner of lot No. 6 : thence
north 57 east 2 30 chains to a stake on
the railroad ; thence with the railroad
2.32 chains to the beginning, contain
ing 45-100 of an acre. This is a very
desirable lot for building purposes.
Lot. No. 6. Beginning at a stake on
the railroad, corner of lot No. 5 and
runs thence south 51 west 2.30 chains
to a stake, corner of lot No. 5 on tht
old line : thence with the old line south
4 west 4.25 chains to a stake on the
railroad ; thence with the railroad
6 chains to the beginning, containing
90-100 of an acre. This is a vacant lot
suitable for several residences.
Lot No. 7. Beginning at a stake or
the railroad and runs thence north 62
east 3.50 chains to a stake, corner of
lot No 8 ; thence north 25J4 west 2.44
chains to a stake, corner of lot No. 9 on
Hall's line; thence, south 5814 west
'chain to a stake, Hall's corn r, on the
railroad; thence with the railroad 3 70
chains to. the beginning, containing
55-100 of an acre. This is a very de
sirable lot and has a portion of a gran
ite pit on it.
Lot No. 8. Beginning eta stake, cor
ner of lot No. 9 on the south side of the
Gold Hill road and runs thence south
583 west 2 chains to a stake: corner of
lot No. 9 on Jine or lot JNo. 7 ; thence
south 25, -4 east 1.22 chains to a stake.
corner of lot No. 7 ; thence north 62
east 2 chains to a stone, Lefler's corner
on the Gold Hill road ; thence with
said road north 25 west 1.22 chains to
the beginning, containing 2o-100 of ah
acre. On this lot is a nice 3-room cot
tage' with basement, outbuildings, etc.
and worth $6.00 per month.
Lot No. 9. Beginning at a stone,
Hall's corner on the south side of the
Gold Hill road and runs south 58 1-2
west 2 chains to a stake, corner of lot
No.' 7; thence south 25 1-2 east 1.22
chains to a stake, corner of lot No. 8;
thence north 58 1-2 east 2 chains to a
stake on the south side of the Gold
Hill road, corner of lot No. 8 ; thence
with said road north 25 1-2 west 1.22
chains to the beginning, containing
25-100 of an acre. This is a vacant 1 j ,
well located and suitable for building
The foregoing lots will be sold to the
highest bidder for cash under a judg
ment of the Superior Court and who
ever purchases the same will get a
court title. These lots and houses ai e
in the growing town of Granite Quar
ry and are kept rented and are always
in demand. Now is the time to buy
bargains. Sale will be left open 10
days for a 10 per cent, bid, and if no
bid is put on and the sale is confirmed .
the purchaser will get title within 20
days from day of sale.
This December 1st, 1908.
Mart T Lefler,
Admr. and Comr.
R. Lee Wright, attorney.
W9 have a big stock of Staple and Holiday Goods, all at
very Low, Reasonable prices.
Toyland is now open on our second floored we are show
ing a well-selected stock of Toys of all kinds, Dolls,
Tool Boxes, Doll Trunks, Mechanical Toys,; Go
- carts, Beds, Tea Sets and hundreds of other
toys too numerous to mention.
I have for sale a few tborontrh-bred vonrur
roosters. Buff Orpint- ns and Barred Ply
month Rocks. Price, $1.00 to $1.25 each, de
livered to any point In ali8blirv. Birm tnr
hatching will be offered later. Address. L. B.
SPRACHEK, R. P. D. 4. Salisbury. N. C. 4t
Special Bargains in Cloaks.
Ladies' Long Black Cloaks only $2 98
Ladies' Loi.g Cloaks in Browa, Tan
and Black, regular $5 00 value
Price 3 98
$7.50 value Ladies' Long Kersey
Cloaks, -made' of good material,
latest style in Tan and Castor.
Price 5 00
Ladies' Long Coats, made of good
quality of lightweight Kersey, ex
quisitely trim.rn.ed, satin yoke line,
regular $10 00 coat in Tan, Cas
tor and Black, Price 8 50
Ladies' Long Coats made of inspect
ed Chiffon Broadcloth, semi-fitted
trimmed with satin and yoke sat
in lined. This is a regular $12 50
coat iu Tan, Castor and Black.
Special "10 00
Big reduction on Millinery.
Big lot of Hats and Shapes worth
75c to $2.50. Cnoice
New lot of Boys' Suits, all sizes.
These wre bought late and are
much cheaper than if we had
bought them early in the season.
Price 98c, 1 25 and up to 5 OO
Our stock of Men's Suits is still com
plete and we have extra g"od
values at 4 98, 6 50, 7 50, 10 50
and up to 18 50
Bargains in Blankets.
'We have never before been able to
sell blankets so cheap as we can
Medium size Cotton Blankets. Per pr 48c if
Full-size Twill Cotton Blankets in O
White, Grey and Tan, regular
$1.25 value. Per pr 98c
Extra large heave Twill -Cotton q
Blankets. You have never bought
there for less than $1.98. Special,
pair 1 48
Grey Wool Blakets 10-4 regular $3 g
blankets in second. Special per pr 2 00 2:
.11 4 in same blankets at 2 48
"North Carolina White Wool Blank
ets 10 4 regular $4 00 vae.
Per pair 2 98
We still have some pretty coat suits
and will make very low prices.
Extra good value in Counterpanes
$1.25 value nice full-size Counter
panes, good heavy weight. Price $0 98
$1.48 Counterpanes, extra large and
heavy. Special 1 25
Good value in Counterpanes at
1 98 to 2 48
Buy your winter shoes of us We will
sell you yood shoes at very low prices.
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I Knives. We are still giving a good
knife to those who pay a year s
subscription in advance to the
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Corrected weekly by D. M. Miller.
Apples, per bushel, 60 to 80.
Bacon, sides per tb, 11 to 11.
shoulders, perm, 10 to 11.
ham. per ft, 15 to 18.
round, per ft, 10 to 12H.
butter, cnoice yelJow, 20 to 22
Chickens, per lb, 8i to 9.
Ducks, 20 to 30.
Guineas, 125 to 30.
Eggs, ner doz, 22 to 23.
Oorn, per bushel, 75c.
b lour .straight, per sack, $2 30 to $2.40
pat, $3.00 to 3 20.
Hay, per. hundred fts. 60 to 80
Honey, per lb, 15 to 20.
Lard, N. G., per lb, 10 to 12.
Meal, bolted, per hu 1 1.00
Oats, per bu, 65 to 70
fotatoes, Irish, pe- bu 60 to 80 ,
Wheat per bush. 90 to $1 00
8ALISBUEY COTTON MARKET
Norrected by M. C. Quinn.
Good middling, 9.05c.
Strict middling, 8c.
Stains and tinges. 7 and8c.
Old Newspapers for sale
THE COOLEEMEE JOURNAL.
Published at Cooleemee. N. C.
Edited by J, C. Sell.
A wide-awake, up-to-date progressive
paper, contains all the news, both state
and county, also all thejiews of Davie
and surrounding counties. One of the
best opportunities for Salisbury to ad
vertise their business in surrounding
counties, as Salisbury is the all-impor-
x,anc mai-Ret lor the people, as thev
have near three thousand inhabitants
ana oniy is miles from this place. Sub
scription $1.00 per year and advertising
Address all communications to Coo
lebmkk Journal, lock box 29, Coolee
mee, jm. u. "hone JSTo. 6. 12-2 tf
Re-Sale. o( Land.
Pursuant to a decree of the Superior
x-wuxu ui ivuw au county rendered in
iJ5.?1.1 Proceeding entitled: "Jas.
a. rvucnie, Aamr. of Peter A. Ritchie,
f1 W Wliey W RtoWe. Daniel
Peeler, Mary Peeler, W. Ernest Ritchie
and others," authorizing, empowering
. . "w.m6 uuuersignea, as com
missioner and administrator to expose
to public sale the land hereinafter de-
8noe Vat the Coui't House in the city
of Salisbury, the undersigned will on
i juiiumj fin, laug,
u-a fOCK m' 8el1 to the highest
... , tne uourt House
door in the city of Salisbury, the fol,
lowing described real estate, lying and
?wngPa G5r Chape1' i anklin
township, 7 mile8 from Salisbury, coun
ty of Rowan and bounded as follows'
Beginning at a hickory 110 chairs
south of the beginning corner (a nolt
oak) : of the, 104-acre f5.ctflhe JSC
division of the Hillary Elliott estate,
and running N 85 W., 59.50 chains to a
white oak; thence S. 2 west, IS 30
: a post oaK ; tnence south 88
east, 7.75 chaies to a maple in the
Lranch-s thence south 3 west '"-18 9ft
chains to a black oak; thence north
79 east, 24.57 chains to ahickorv
thence north 54 east, 5 50 chains to a
dog wood; thence south 71 east. 7 50
chains to a pine, dower corner ; Whence
south 28 east, 10 chains to a pine
thence north Al east. 2050 chains to
more or less, deed for which is recis
tered in Book 72 page 270 in the Relis
tor s office of Rowan county.
This is a valuable tract of land in a
good neighborhood, and title to the
eame is perfect and whoever buvs will
get a court deed. .
Bidding to begin at $1,200. r
James A, Ritchie, Admr. and Comr
rural route No. 3, Salisbury, NO
R. Leb Weight, Att'y.
Default having been made in the pay
ment of the indebtedness secured by
that certain mortgage deed of trust ex
ecuted by S. J. Poarch and wife, Mm-y
V. Poarch,- to A. S. Heilig on the 2! t
day of March, 1901, and duly recoid A
with Rowan County Record of Mo; t
gages in book 18, at page 442, pursuant
to the provisions of said mortgage det d
of trust, the - undersigned will sell at
public sale to'the highest bidder at the
court house door in Salisbury, Koi !i
Saturday, the 9tfa day of January, 1909,
at 12 o'clock m., the following real es
Two adjoining lots fronting forty
feet each on Southern street, being Jots
30 and 32 as ghown upon Heilig's map
of East Spencer," and lying about t o
and one-half miles Esst of Salisbury
and on the south-eist tide of Long
street in East Spencer and described
as follows: Beginning at a stone, C.
H. Trexler's north-east corner, on
Southern street, and runs thence wi'h
said street north 57 degrees east 80
feet to a stone, corner of lot 33, thence
south 38 1-2 degrees east 133 feet to
stake on Newkirk's line, thence wi k
said line south 49 degrees west SO fe t
to a stake, C. H. Trexler's south-east
corner, thence with his line nnr:h
38 1-2 degrees west 144 feet to the be
ginning on Southern fetreet, reservi; g
a five foot alley in rear, of said lots f r
benefit of adjoining property. On one
of the lots is a dwelling house.
This the 5th day of December, 190S.
J. G. & J. D. Heilig,
Admrs.of A. S. Heifig
B. B. Miller, attorney.
Default having been made in the
Eayment of the indebtedness securt-d
y that certain mortgage deed of trust
executed on the 11th day of Septem
ber, 1907, by A. L. Loflin and Sallie J.
Lioflm to H. A. Bernhardt, trustee, to
secure W. W. Reid, and recorded in
book 31, at page 402 of Rowan County
Record of Mortgages, pursuant to the
provision of said mortgage deed of
trust, the ll riders! crnoH n,;il call of n,,li.
llC Sale tt th hiorhoat. hiHdoi. fri- nocli
5?'hecourt hose door in Salisbury,
North Carolina, on
Saturdaj. the 9th day of Japuary, 1909,
at 12 o'clock m., the following real estate:-
Beginning at a stako ko foot nm-t.li-
West from the west corner nf the inter
section .of Vance avenue and Melrose
streetjieing on the we t side of Vance
avenue, and runs thence in a north
westerly, direction with edee of Vance
avenue 50 feet to a stake, corner of lot
oi lot number thirteen in south-westerly
direction . 14S fQ? i. i
, .-.u nu a o inivr un al
ley, thence with the lino nf cM nllov
in south-easterly direction 50 feet to a
stake corner of lot number eleven,
thence with the line of lot number
?i!Hn AD ?orth-easterly direction 145
jeet tojthe beginning; being lot number
twelve in .block number three as shown
?Kf?a,0-f Melrose Heights recorded
v;This the"5fch day of December, 1908.
r ,i. H. A. Bernhardt, trustee.
is. Miller, attorney. .