THE CAPLIIIA WATCHMAN.
WM. S. 8TB WAR P, Ed. and Prop
A ROWDY CONVENTION.
Published erery Tuesday at 130 West
Entered as second-class matter Jan.
18th. 1905, at tke post office at Salis
bury, N. 0., wider the act of Congress
of Maroh8rd, 1M7.
Entered as second-class matter Jan
uary 15, 1900, at the post office at China
GroYe, N. C, under the act of March 3,
Telephone No. 458.
Salisbubt N. C, July 27th, 1910
So Mr. Donghton is going to
play to the wets in this county.
The man who buys a dozen eggs
and geti only tjree would natural
ly be supposed to be a little in
clined to feel somewhat like rais
ing a "rough house," so, those of
us who voted for Prohibition have
more cause to be riotous than the
others, yet there is no cases of law
lessness on "our" part to report.
By the long-eared variety of
Btubbornesa and determination of
the politioal element in the De
mocracy, the party in Tennessee,
Alabama and Texas seems to be in
a very unsatisfactory condition.
These states in a measure, but on
a larger scale, to some extent du
plicate the condition in Rowan.
It is all well enough to talk har
mony and "support ths ticket,"
but when the ox that draws the
plow is denied a share of the fod
der such language is a hollow
mockery and has little appealing
qualities attached. Boss ridden
parties are always headed toward
the rocks, but the boss cares noth
ingf or this so long as he is permit
ted to monopolize the pie counter.
Hon, O. L. Clark, of Clarkton,
Bladen County, nominated at
Wrightsville last Thursday night
for Congress in the sixth district,
is a brother of our townsman, Rev.
Byron S. Clark, pastor of the First
Presbyterian Church. Although
the convention was a very stormy
one aud considerable differences
existed between the Clark and
Congressman Godwin's followers,
we hope these will be amcably set
tled and that the district i!l be
able to unite on Mr. Clark and
elect him to Congress, or should
Mr. Godwin be settled upon, may
he be elected. The matter will
probably be taken up before the
State Democratic Executive Committee.
Who has tried Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
for coughs, colds, grip
or any throat or bronchial trouble.
Get a bottle to-day. Look for
the bell :n the Lottie.
A Salisbury to Aslwille Highway.
We have just received the fol
lowing letter which is of great
interest here and should be given
erious consideration and hearty
"It ib proposed to hold a confer
ence at Hickory September lit
to consider the building Of a
Salisbury to Asheville Highway.
"This is a proposition that
should interest every progressive
citizen along the line of the
Southern Railway between these
two poia s, and we want all such
to meet us at that time and place
lor the purpose of discussing ways
and means of opening up and
improving this road. It will be
a surprise to many to know how
cheaply and easily this can be
done by a little concerted action.
"Wow Mr. Editor, we want
every cn who will attend this
meeting or desires further infor
mation to write us at once . We
want to know if it is worth while
to undertake to hold the confer
ence at that time. Do not put it
oli but write now to,
"W. H. Nicholson, Pres.
Chamber of Commerce."
'Ve offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh cure. F. J. Chkkbt &
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We, the undefsitrned. have
known F J. Chenev for the" last
15 years, and believe him perfect-.
ly honorable in all busines trans
actions, and financially able to
carry out any obligations made bv
his firm . Waldihg, Klnnan &
Marvin, Wholesale Druggists
H a! 1 s Catarrh Cure if taken in
ten-ally, acting direotly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free.
Price, 75c per bottle. 8old by all
Godwin Delegates Withdrew From the Cob-
femioo, Clark Nominated b? Regulars.
Wilmington, July 22, After
the most turbulent session the
sixth congressional convention
ever held, early this morning on
the 43rd ballot they nominated
Hon. O. L. Clark, of Clarkton.
The nomination followed one of
the most sensational conventions
ever held here. The delegates
were divided into two factions',
Godwin followers and the field.
The Godwin forces refused to vote
in the convention. After Clark's
nomination early this morning,
the Godwin forces met with Geo.
H. Bellamy, deposed as chairman
by the field, presiding. The God
win forces decided to hold a
meeting later on to-day. The
advices from the beach now say
they are in session and sons&tion
al developments are anticipated.
The delegates are at dagers points.
It was a deadlock yesterday after
noon when the Godwin forota at
tempted to throw oat the votes of
Cumberland and Nsw Hanover.
They claimed that those delegates
were appointed by executive com
mittee and not eleoted. A meet
ing of the executive committee
was called, at whieh Geo. H. Bel
lamy, temporary chairman, was
deposed and Wm. E. Springer"
elected instead, When the con
vention was called to order both
chairmen attempted to pre
side. Great disorder reigned for
hours . The house was in a per
fect turmoil. Policemen from
the city were summoned and these
got the convention to order at 8
p. m. last night. Gilbert F. Pat
terson, of Robeson, was elected
permanent chairman. Springer
retired, but Bellamy kept his
place as chairman of the Goodwin
forces. The convention proceeded
to balloting. The Goodwin foroes
refused to vote in the convention,
declaring that they did not recog
nize the legality of the organiza
tion. They were in the minority,
ratio 104 to 148. There was much
jockeying on the ballots. The
votes swinging from one candidate
to another. Chairman Patterson
ruled that where the Godwin
forces would not vote, the vote
could be cast by the minority dele-
gat3B, therefore the full vote of
the convention was polled on
eevry ballot and the Godwin votes
were counted, The break came
at 1 a. m., Hon. O. L.
Clark, of Clarkton, being nom
inated. The house was in wild
disorder. The Godwin foroes im
mediately withdrew, saying that
they would hold a meeting to-day
with Mr, Bellamy as ohairman to
take action as they see fit. The
situation was tense. Pandemo
nium reigned. Order could not
be secured on the floor for Bix
hours until policemen secured
from the city arrived Whenever
the majority would attempt to
proceed with the business the
Godwin forceB would drown out
everything with megaphones,
It looks now as if the Godwin
element will nominate their man
also, making two candidates for
congress. If this is done the mat
ter will probably go to the state
democratic executive committee
for adjustment. Many former
Godwin followers are incensed at
the position assumed by Bellamy
and his cohorts, and the senti
ment of course is with Clark.
Heaven for the Editor.
The editor died and was, of
course, directed to the abode of
the just, but on his way there his
journalistic curiosity asserted
itself and he asked of his guide
if it was permitted to look at er
the other plaoe . ' 'Certainly,"
was the gracious reply, and down
they went. There was much to
interest the editor, and be scur
ried about and was soon- lost to
view. Finally his angelic escort
got worried and after a long
search found him softly, fanning
himself and gazing at the spirits
in a blazing furnace, over the
entrance of whioh was the legend :
"Come," said the angel, "we
must l.e going." "You go on,"
said the editor without lifting
his eyes, "I am not coming; this
is heaven enough for me." -American
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The dairy cow, if able to ex
press herself in a way which the
human family would comprehend,
might well lay claim to being
man's best friend. She might es
tablish such a claim by calling
attention to the faot that from
her product and from her carcass
man manufactures more of the
ueossaaries of life than from any
other similar touroe. She fur
nishes these necessities to him
from infancy until suoh a time as
temporal things are no longer as
sociated with bis existence, and
she does it ungrudgingly and con
In addition to contributing to
man's necessity and his pleasure,
the prosperity of an agricultural
community is more olosely identi
fied with her than with any other
of the domestic animals. The
horse is quite essential in tilling
the soil, but where necessity re
quires it the sturdy son of the cow
can take his place, as he has done
in every agricultural section on
earth. The horse can only fur
nish labor and can only return a
profit to his owner when condi
tions are right for returning satis
factory grain oropB. It is a well
known fact that the dairy cow is
the salvation of the farmer in
times of poor orops as she is able
to convert the rough crops which
are never a total failure, into dai
ry products which always have a
In addition to this she furnishes
skim milk and butter milk for the
calves, pigs and poultry and fer
tilizer for the soil, without which
a farm becomes less valuable each
year and the whole country lets
The elimination of the dairy
cow would necessitate an almost
revolutionary readjustment of
man's tastes and requirements. It
would mean untold suffering and
hardship. Of course she will not
be dispensed with but her value
can perhaps best be appreciated
by contemplating such a loss?
She will continue to be man's
best friend as long as the human
family exists and will keep on
supplying him with his greatest
needs jost as she hai done through
all the ages.
Are harder to relieve than winter
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Pine-Tar-Honey. Sold everywhere.
Look for the bell on the bottle.
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Yield readrry to treatment with
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I I ' I
GREATEST JULY CLEARANCE SALE
is creating a sensation. The greatest money SAVING
sale ever held in Salisbury. This is no fake sale, but a
genuine EEDUCTION in prices, which will positively
close Saturday, July 30th, and will not be continued
another week like the fake sales do. DON'T fail to
supply yourself this week with the C H E AP merchan
dise to be picked up here now. It is money in your
pocket to buy at these reduced prices.
WE STILL HAVE PLENTY OF GOOD BARGAINS.
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isbury. Call on or write to Moses
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Another cise of Dominico Apron
Ginghams in short lengths, worth Al
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Limit 10 yd to each customer.
8 l-2c Chambray and drew Gingham
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Men's 10c Sock For 5c.
M nil's 10c socks in black, taD, led
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but we have plenty of them new.
Plenty of ladies Hose in black and J?
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Big reduction on all clothing, suits and odd pants.
Big reducton on summer oxfords of all kinds.
Saturday will be the last day ot this sale and we expect to have some ex
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