THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN
SHORT LOCAL ITEMS
A claBS from the Oxford or
phanage will give an entertain
ment in the to wn hall, at China
Grove, Tuesday evening, August
Senator Overman and family
ere spending a few days in Ashe-
villej From there the Senator will
go to Tate Springs.
Mrs. Etta Miller and W. V.
Almon, residents of East Salis
bury, were married at the heme
of the bride Thursday" night.
Esq. D. M. Miller performed the
An excursion, conducted by the
Baptist Sunday School of Stat?s
ville, passed through Salisbury,
Friday, en joute for Thomasville,
where the day was.no doubt great
The farmers institute, as previ
ously noted in these colnmnsrwas
in session here to-day. These
institutes do much good and
should be well attended.
Jesse Gullet and George My rick,
residents of the Kasler Mil' neigh
borhood, were before Eq J. 0.
Kesler last Friday, Myrick being
charged with secret assault. The
testimony in the case was to the
effect that Myrick had recently
married Gullet's sister aid bad
feeling existed between them.
Gullet testified that while he was
at work in the mill, Myrick came
up behind him and gave him such
a blow as to knock him down and
made a considerable scar on hie
head. The litigants were bound
overto court and the defendant
was required to give a $200 bond
for his appearance. It was
Representative Ohas. H. Cowles
stopped over in Sultsbury Friday
night. He was enroute for Albe
marle where he and Representa
tive Cole, of Ohio, addressed the
Stanly County Republican Con
The Rowan County Sunday
School Convention will meet at
Lowerstone church on the 15th
and 16th of September,
There will be a conference by
the Republican county executive
committee this wek for the pur
pose of going over the political
situation. It is thought they will
put a full ticket in the field.
The Bijou has changed hands
again. This time the proprietors
are two of Concord's wide awake
and experienced managers of pic
ture shows and vaudeville per
formances. They are Charlie
Isenhour and Whit Sloop, and
they took charge Monday.
The carp which were need on
the line from the "Court House to
the fair grounds have been taken
to the car shed, on the main line,
to be repaired and painted.
The Salisbury firemen are hav
ing a big time at New Bern these
days. The regular annual tourna
ment and convention is in session
there this week.
W. H. Leonard, the jeweler, is
spending a few days in Detroit,
Mich., attending the annual con
vention of the American Nation
al Retail Jewelers' Association.
Mr. Leonard left Saturday and
will be gone about ten days.
John P. Pettyjohn & Co., who
have the contract to erect the big
10x210 boiler shop at Spencer,
are at work and expect to com
plete the building at Hhe earliest
Dr. R M. Armstrong returned
Saturday from down cast, where
he attended the annual meeting
of the North Carolina Board of
Osteopathic Examiners. Dr.
Armstrong is treasurer of the
Mrs. L. H. Clement and son,
Louis H., Jr., are spending a few
days at Atlantic City.
A. S. Lewter, agent for the
Southern Railway here back in
the 80's, passed through Salisbury
last Saturday en route for Ashe
ville for the purpose of taking a
short vacation. Mr. Lewter is
now stationed at Aberdeen.
Capt. J. M. Odell.'of Concord,
who suffered a stroke of paralysis
Borne time ago, died Friday, The
funeral and interment took place
The teachers and pupils of the
First Methodist Sunday School
are preparing to have a pionic at
the fair grounds Thursday, Au-gut4th.
Rev, J . L. Vipperman, pastor
of the Baptist church at Spencer,
went to Union S. C, where" he
and Rev. Betts, a Methodist min
ister, held a debate on the doc
trinal differences of the Baptist
and Methodist churches.
Joseph Hyde Pratt, of Raleigh,
has just sent out a request that
a good roads association be form
ed in each county as auxialiries
to the State Good Roads Associa
tion. The peoph of Rowan are
very muoh in favor of good loads
and it is likely an association will
be formed here. i
W. D. TalberVB restaurant on
South Main Street, in the old
National Hotel, caught fire about
two o'clock yesterday morning
and was almost totally ruined by
the flames and water. Just how
the fire originated is not known
but it is said the blind tiger kick
ed the lamp over. Mr. Talbert
carried a small amount of in
surance. Mr., and Mrs. E. K. JameB, have
gone to Denver, Col., where they
will visit. William James They
will be gone a month and will
visit other points before return
ing Highwaymen Bound Over to Court.
The case of John Fitzgerald aud
Abe Woodard, the Spencer Ne
groes who were arrested and
charged with assault and robbery
of Columbus Shepherd, of Wash
ington,. D. C, near Spencer, last
week, was heard by Judge Miller
in the county court Monday.
There was a stubborn fight put up
for their release, but Judge Miller
thought the evidence- sufficient to
bind them over to the Superior
court under a $200 bond each.
Death of J. F. Owens.
The death of J. F. Oweus, a
resident of Cleveland Township,
tcok place at his home Tuesday
morniug, at an age of abcut 75
years. Mr Owens was stricken
with paralysis Saturday and his
death was the result. Rev. R. B.
Owens, of Rockv Mount, and
Miss Beulah Owens, a trained
nurse making her home in Dur
ham, were notifiod and reached
the bedside of their father before
he died. Mr. Owens was a sub
stantial farmer and leaves a fami
lv and many friends to mourn his
loss. The funeral took place at
Christ Episcopal church, Cleve
land, this morning, Rev, S. J. M.
Ml - -
It makes no difference how
many medicines have failed to
cure you, if you are troubled with
headache, constipation, kidney
or liver l roubles, uoiiister s
Rocky Mountain Tea will make
you well, Cornelison & Cook.
Southern Conference Adjourns.
The Southern Conference of the
Lutheran Church which was in
session in Christ Church, East
Spencer, during the latter part of
last week adj nrned Sunday
ni ;ht after a very able and inter
esting sermon by Rev. J. H. L.
Fisher, ef Mt. Pleasant. The at
tendance was large and the re
ports made were encouraging.
Saturday afternoon the Woman's
Missionary Society of the Nurth
Carolina Synod held its regular
semi-annual convention and a
very pleasing program was carried
out. MiBS Ollie Cook presided,
and John Moose of Mt. Pleasant,
conducted the religious exercises.
The ladies elected the following
officers for the next term : Miss
Ollie Cook, president; Miss Laura
C. Efird, vice president ; Miss
Ellen Barringer, secretary and
Miss Beulah Ridenhour, treasurer.
It waB decided to hold the next
meeting at Mt. Herman, Cabarrus
County, in October.
The greatest system renovator.
Restores vitality, , regulates the
kidneys, liver and stomach. . If
Hollister's Rocky Mounta;u Tea
fails to cure get your money back.
That's fair. 35 cents, Tea or
Tablets. Cornelison & Cook.
Are Doctors Any Good?
Foolish question Iff Yet some ncople act as if a medicine
could take the place of a doctor! The l?est medicine in
the world cannot fdo. this. Have a family doctor, consult
him frequently, f rust him fully. If we did not believe
doctors endorsed layer's Cherry Pectoral for coughs and
colds, we would firiot offer it to you. Ask your doctor.
JNo alcohol m thiacoug.i medicine.
. C. A yer Co., Lowell, Mass.
If we did not believe doctors endorsed Ayer's Pills for constipation, biliousness, sick
headache, we would not jjffer them to you. Ask your own doctor about this.
Hundreds of Salisbury Readers Know What
The kidneys are overtaxed ;
Have too much to do.
They tell about it in many aches and
Backache, sideache, headache.
Early symptoms of kidney ills.
Urinary troubles, diabetes, Bright's
The statement below shows you a
Mrs.C. A. Lopp, Lexington, N. C-,
says: i sunerea severely irora Kiuney
trouble for several years. At time s the
pains in my back were acute and I was
annoyed by too frequent passages of
the kidney secretions . I was also sub
ject to headaches and dizzy spells and
knew that my kidneys n-eded atten
tion. 1 improved wonaeriuny alter
using Doan's Kidney Pills and I am
now rid of evary symptom of kidney
trouble. I recommend Doan's Kidney
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents Foster-Mil burn Uo., .Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the namQ Doan's and
take no other.
Educational institutes will be
held in this county as follows:
An institute for the white teach
ers of the county will be held for
two weeks bejrinuiuflt with Mon
day August 22nd. This institute
will be conducted by Prof. Harry
Howell, of High Point, assisted
by Miss Mary M. Michoaux, of
The institute for Negro teachers
will be held for two weeks begin
ning with Monday, August 15th
It will be conducted by Prof. vV .
R Conners, at one time a pro
feasor at Livingstone College, but
now of Westchester. Pa. He will
ba assisted by Rev. J. Morton, of
Th99e institutes are under th
direction of Cjuuty Superin
tendent of Eduoatron, Prof. R. G
Kizer, and the attendance is com
pulsory upon the public school
Hon. R. L. Doughton in Salisbury.
Hon. R. L. Doaghton, Demo
cratic candidate tor congress in
this district, was in the city 'aet
Thursday for the purpose of ar
ranging matters peitaining to his
campaign. While here Mr. Dough
ton was busy shaking hands with
numerous Salisburiaua and select
ed Hayden Clement, Esq., as his
campaign manager with head-
quarters in Salisbury. Mr. Clem
ent is a youug man of splendid
ability and a shrewd politician
and will make every honorable
effort possible for the success of
Those Pies ot Boyhood.
How delicious were the pies of
)oyhood. No pies now ever taste
s- good, what's changed? the pies?
No. Its you. You've nst trie
strong, healthy stomach, the vig
orous liver, the active kidneys,
the regular bowels of boyhood.
Your digestion is poor and yc u
blame the food. What 8 neededr
A complete toning up by Electric
Bitters of all organs of digestion,
Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Bowels
Try them. They'll restore your
boyhood appetite and apprecia
tion of food and fairly saturate
your body with new health,
strength and vieor. 50o at all
State of North Carolina, In Superior
Rowan County. ) Court.
Whit. L .Wilhelm and wife,
Mary L. Wilhelm,
W. "P.. SViiilenherfrer. T. L. "Shulen-
berger, William Blaokwelder, and wife
Katie K I a.r.k welder. Arthur Drum
monda and wife Etta Drummonds.
Notr e to T. L. Shulenberger, Wil
Ham Blackwelder, and wife Katie
Blackwelier, Arthur Drummonds and
wife Etta Drummonds :
Ynn will take notice that an action
entitled as above has been commenced
hpforp the nndersiened. clerk of the
Snnppinr fJourt of Rowan countv. for
the niirnnse of making Dartition of
cf rtain lands in which the plaintiffs
and defendants are interesieu as joint
tenants ; and you will further take no
tice that you are required to appear
hofm-o thfl undersigned, clerk as afore
said at. mv office at the court house
in Salisbury. N . 0.. on the 21st. day of
July , 1910, and answer or demur to the
complaint and petition in said action,
or the plaintiffs will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said com
plaint and petition.
This June 20th, 1910.
J. Frank McCubbins,
clerk superior court.
John L. Rendleman, attorney.
A Cough, A Cold
And then no telling what, unless
you use Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
It is the best, ask your neigh
bor. Look for the bell on the bot
tle . Sold everywhere.
H Get it at SMITH'S
$1.00 bottle of
for 50 cents.
This offer expires August
Near Court House.
Our bigjtore is filled from cellar
to attic with the newest creations in
low cut SBtOES.
We hay if always and will now save
you morieyijon your shoe purchases.
Bell Shoe Store,
lllfENorth Main Street.
When in the City
cL ' rget to give me a e. i i Ui tht
olci,si furniture dealer in in.-: city. 1
carry one of the largest stoc:. in the
State and can supply everything in and about the house. I
have an ordinary store full in eaoh department.
Why I have more chairs than you can shako .-lick
BO, JUIblriO UUUI1S, UIg VUaiiB, lUURiUg bliaurj JI U'JI
chairs, dinning room chairs, kitchen chairs, offico
chairs, porch chairs, and chairs some more.
Beds and Beddin
nmmmtmm c ooooooooo
Window Bhades and curtains, carpets,
mattiue. rugs, oil cloth and linoleum.
bookcases, clocks, toilet sets, bath robts, hall
racks, tables, baby carriages, pictures and in
short anything needed to make tbo home com-
HnmP tfl QPO mP an w show you goods and quote you
uuiiig iu aoc mo priceg that win help yon t0 get right
In making your selictions don't
forget to give me a call.
oUNDE R T AKING
that I do Undertaking and Embalming.
Good service and reasonable psices. When
in need cull on me,
YOURS FOR BUSINESS,
I Jti ' :
Hie lira! Telephone
SOONER or later, Mr. Farmer, you'll
wanta telephone in your home. When
you pet it, you'll wonder how you got
along without it, for nothing can do the
telephone's work. Its services become
indispensable for calling a physician; for
summoning help in a hurry; for ordering
supplies . hen it's inconvenient to go to
town; for talking to lie ighbora or friends;
or for corarruinicatinir with -nersons wherever there's
a Bell lelejhone.
The vfajrmer without a telephone
is iiice a arm wliti no laiior-
We have a plnun for furnishing you and your neighbors
with full local and Jon? distance telephone facilities at a figure
so low it will surpris you.
Write for free bpklet descriling plan and giving par
ticulars. . Address nearest Bol I telephone manager or
FARMERS' -LINE DEPARTMENT
Southgrh Be!! Teleohone
South Pryor Street M ' Atlanta, Georgia
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Young Men and Women to Prapare For
Bookkeepiog, Shorthand, Typewriting, Civil. Service, and
Salesmanship. llj0SITIONS NOW AWAITING THEM.
DAY AND NiGHtf' SCHOOLS. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUC
TION. ENTER ANY TIME.
For full information write the
Southerrifi Commercial Schools,
Salisbury jfinston Salem, Rocky Mount, Wilmington;
NORTH CAROLINA'S GREATEST
J jt SCHOOLJ OF BUSINESS .
Opens In Salisbury, July 5th.
Special discount to the first 25 enrolled m the
bury school , . f ;
Notice is hereby giyen that the co
partnership of J. W. Fries & Sn has
this day been mutually absolved, and
will not be liable for any' debts con
tracted in the name of .J. W. Frick &
Son after this date. J. Vfl Frick will
conduct the business dear Granite
Q-iarry, in the future byfliimself in
dividually. All debts d&e the firm
must be paid to J. W. Frick, and he
will pay all debts contracted by firm
in the county of Rowan. ;
This July 2nd, 1910.. ti
J. W. Frick & Sonll
J. W. Frick, Dan W. Frick.
Having q ialified as adn(nistrator of
Dr K.Rose Dorsett, laCe of Rowan
county, I hereby notify ajl persons in
debted to him to make prinpt settle
ment with me or with - nay attorney.
All claims against said intestate must
be presented to me, propel y verified,
on or bpfore June 22, 191l:or this no
tice will be plead in bar. i
This June 21, 1910, ' . ?1 :
Theo. F. Kluttz, Atty.- ff 6w.
DR. BELL'S AN ifl -PAIN
For Internal and External Pains
Why not Patronize Us?
We Are The Cheapest.
We have Weather Boardings
for $1.00 to $1.75. Flooring
from $1.50 to $2 50. Ceiling
from $1.00 to $2,00.
We make all kinds of molding
and turned work at prices reas
onable. Phone. 405 . chestnut hill.
Goodman Lumber Go
Just Received Car Load
Surrys, Hacks and Delivery
Stud ebaker Wagons, Babcock Buggies, High
g Point Buggies. Also a full and complete
0 line of
Harness and Harness Accessories. Har
0 ness Made to Order and Repaired
by Thoroughly Competent Workmen at the Lowest
Possible Price for FirstClass Work.
i ATT A XTTk CTnTn TTQ
O Corner Fisher and Church Sts.
0 Salisbury, 3ST. C.
This Should Interest You J
IF YOU WANT a good watch, or if you haven't
any or if you intend giving a watch as a present, you
should see us.
We believe in small profits, we believe if you are
once our customer you will always come to our place:
when in need of anything in the jewelry line.
The highest grade of WATCH and CLOCK re
pairing, any kind of jewelry work, no jobs are too
small for us and we guarantee everything.
Holshouser & Howan,
204 South Main St. Telephone 494.
j. o. WHIT
Carriage and Wagon Builders.
FARM AND DEAY WAGON-
DELIVERY WAGONS, OPEN AND TOP, BEST QUALITY AND STYLE
We sell the celebrated Geo. E. Nissen & Co'b Farm and
Log Wagons, fully warranted.
Old Carnages andBuggiesI 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 kindsof Wood and Iron Work done at short notice,
We have skilled workmen in eaoh department.
Surreys, Buggies and Wagons for Sale.
Harness of all kinds made and repaired. Call and got
J. O. WHITE & CO.
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
For Coughs and Colds..
0 8 EAGLE HI SALVE
Good for Nothing but tne Eyes
J. S. McCubbins, president. W. B. Stracjtan, treasurer.
E. H, Harbisow, secretary and manager.
M'CUBBINS & HARRISON COMPANY.
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $36,000.00.
We are selling Ground Phosphate Rock, 28 to 31 Aco
Phosphate, at $10.00 and under per ton. See us at ouce about
EEAL ESTATE LOANS:
If you want to either loan or borrow money on good real t-state secur
ity in Rowan Co. it will certainly pay you-well to look into our system of
making real estate loans ; the lender nets 3 per cent, each 6 months w ith
the best security on earth and with as little trouble to him as deposit
ing money in a bank. The security is a first mortgage real estate burui
with,our company guaranteeing payment of principal and interest.