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    ii 0A10LIKA WATCHMAN
WM. H. STEWART. Ed. and Prop
t alllited stery Tuesday at 120 West
Innei street.
Entered aa reeond-claM matter Jan.
lfitb.. 1S05, at the post office at Salis
bury, . O., under the act of Congress
of Match 8rd, 1878.
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v.:A.Lf8iUBY, N. G , Jan, 8, 1912,
CCilKTY C0BRESF0N9ENCE
Items of Inerest in Various Neighborhoods
Seat m by Our FrUad
We ol not print ar
ticles not sigwt by the auth
or s real name.
SALEM CHURCH.
Uee. 24. UnriifcmaB nag come
and gono and we will entej upon
another new year, of 1912. We
hope that 1912 will be a year of
success for the farmers and that
they -will reap a bountiful harvest
Th exercises at Falem last
Monday wai a grand succest. Th.e
church was beautifully decorated
The children were all made happy
with their Christmas presents
All went home rejoicing. Not
withstanding the inclemency cf
the weather the charch was pack
ed to- its utmost.
Eev. 0. W. Aderhold
wh) has been at home
ovbr the holidays, will return to
Asheville the first of January,
where he will Btay two months
for further treatment.
P. S. Klotti killed hogs last
Thursday.
December 24. at the home of
the bride's mother, Mrs. J. D.
JBhcank, Deck Graham and Miss
virace benenk, and at tee same
place and time, Jesse Safrit and
Beulah Graham, all - of Rowan,
were married. Rev 0. W
Aderholdt efficiatirg.
On DecemLer 24th, at the Sa
lem parsonage, Mr. Richie .'and
Miss Ella Lipperd. and Robert
Watson and Mils Steller Lipperd,
were made man and wife, also of
Rowan. Rev. O. W. Aderholdt
officiated.
December 25. At the Salem
parsonage. Mr. Leazer and Miss
Yceff were married tne ceremony
being performed by Rev. Ader
holdt.
While in the country visiting
friends S. L. Eliott,Jof Salisbury,
had a stroke of paralysis, Wednes
day night at the home of his
father-in-law, J'. W. Boat. His
whole left side was effected. A
Doctor wss called in. We learn
be is somo better.
The ex Po. master of Manning
was "confined to his room over
Christmas with sickness, but be
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEET.
CRAVEN. "
As Craven has been, quiet for
awhile, I will send in a few
ei:.ce we have come to life.
lines
The health is very good, except
a few serious cases of ; "blues,"
the effect of bad weather
We enjoyed th holidays very
well, but I think it rained Old
Santa out.
We have lad a few weddings,
among them were Grove r Eagle
and Miss Marv Poole. We wish
them much success.
Thr or a a a. toflFir nr.nt-inrr ol
Jce Keple'pa Saturday night at
tended by a crowd of this commu
nity. Miss Mary Mi3enheimer visited
Miss Addis Poole Saturday night
Misa Davie Brmgle, of Spanccr
is viaitiDg her sister, Mrs. Joe
It rley.
l o Misenheimer visited over
en the Creek Saturday night. Be
c-ireful Lea there might be acme
ow's over there in the woods.
The school will begin at the
Poole Bchool-houee Monday after
greeting for a week.
Misses Lmdy and Laura
Ctarnee visited Mary Starnes
Saturday night. .
Lewis Eller and family visited
in this community Sunday night
and Monday. 1
Geo. Casper is very sick at this
wrifing., -We wish him a speedy
xr"overyk-
G. W; Bringlte, of Spencer, vis
ited his daughter, 5Tra Jja Kep-
jev wdti
IfO I a
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vu teport.
ery - sick
Elizas.
ApproTe Action of Sob'.U Rlier Bridge
Committee. Jory cnosen.
The county commissioners
met Monday m regular
monthly session, the full
board being present. The
minutes of the last meeting
were read and the . following
.- a
business was transacted: ;
On motion the action of
the committee at ISouth River,
on December 14th, regarding
the bridge to be built across
the river was aDDroved This
it will be remembered was
decision to locate the bridge
below the dam at , South
River mill and the instr action
of the committee to Civil
Engineer C M. Miller to
draw up p!ans and specifica!
tions for the bridge at once.
Supt. C. S. Carter of chain
crancr No. 1 reported 24 con
victs; 5 white, 18 colored,
female.
Supt. (St. Y. Thompson o
craner No. 2 reported 2b con
victs: 10 whites, 1 14 colored
2 females
Mrs. C. S. Patterson, super
intendent county home, re
Dorted 13 inmates: 8 whites
5 colored.
Dr, M. L. Smoot, county
superintendent of health, re-
ported the health oi tne
county charges good. There
is some scarlet fever in the
county.
J F- McCubbins, clerk o
the Superior court, presented
his annual report. The same
was audited, found correct
and ordered filed.
Ordered that A M Rice be
authorized to make change in
the tax of the Earnhardt
lots.
Ordered to allow G W
Hudson a reduction in land
assessed through error from
161 acres to 16 1 100 acres.
Ordered ttjat a franchise
be granted the Sh'aeffer Tele
phone Co.. to erect poles and
construct lines along , the
Linc6inton road to Ed Davis
place, thence up the Sherrill
Ford road to Bear Poplar,
said line not to interfere with
public or private property or
with the traveling public.
A M Rice, township tax
collector, reported - $4,406.78
of the taxes for 1911 collect
ed to date.
Sheriff J H McKenzie re
ported $5,208.11 tax collected.
Privilege tax collected $1491.
Ordered that B M; Cauble
notify Gip Brown to open
road in front of his store.
Ordered to allow Travis
Tippett $20 burial expenses
on account of a Confederate
soldier.
Ordered that the road from
Faith to the Bringle's Ferry
road be graded and ditched
by chain gang No. 2.
Ordered that the county
commissioners suggest to the
Board of Health to appoint a
milk and meat inspector for
Rowan county.
oil Miner reported very
little progress on the China
Grove Saw road and satis
factory progress on others
considering the weather.
The contract to furnish
groceries and teed stun to
th& chain gangs and county
home tor the month of J aim
ary was awarded to the
Peeler Grain and ProMsion
uompany.
Jurors were drawn for the
February term of court as
follows:
First week: George W.
Brown, A. R. Beaver, C. P.
Jacob, John A. M. Brown,
W. Y. Hair, E. H. Woodson,
W. A. Fowler, F. B. Irvin,
G. A. Steele, R. M. Gantt,
J. M. Cbggins, C. D. War
lick, J. W. Basinger, P. D,
Linn, John W. Alexander,
James N. Fleming, P. A.
Correll, J. F. Turner, P. A.
W. Sloor, R. A. Owen. W.
G. Watson, Jesse F. Fry,
John Barger, H. C. Belk, R.
L. Julian, Marshall Turner,
J. F. McKnight, H. L. Good
man, James F. Holshouser.
Jr., V. C. Edmistoh, Lewis
A, Kesler, J. D. Silliman. J.
H. Beeker, C. P. Foster, T
R Garner, W W Williams.
Second week: B F Vuncan-
non, Whit JL Wilhelm, John
K Goodman, Manuel Shaver,
Haywood Harper, J C Grodby,
G B Owens, Jonathan LyerJy,
Jesse A Morgan, A L Linn,
D. Luther Kluttz, J E Hay
wood. J A Mesimore, A E
Miller, A G McNeely, John
R Crawford, James M Black
welder, R J Holmes, T L
Gillespie, C A Robertson, J
A il Peeler, Crawford A
Miller, David F Agner,
Thomas H Kirk.
LOWER ROWAN. y
Dec. 80 W. A. Kirk has been
on the sick list for a few days. ; J
Neely Lisle and family and
John Shaver, of Salisbury, visited
their parents during Christmas.
Reuben Shaver and: family, of
this commumtv. have moved to
Salisbury.
Mr. and Mrs. -bam JLisk, ol
Salisbury, are visiting relatives
in this community.
I. Cowan 8haver sold a hors
one day this week.:
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Arey and
Marshal Arey, of Bear Pop'ar
visited at Jacob Arey's during
Christmas.
Miss Deila Shaver, of Salisbury
is visiting relatives and friends in
this community.
Notice of Salt Under Execution.
North Carolina ) In the Superior
Rowan County ) Court.
Salisburv Realty & Insurance
Co., Plaintiff, against R. L
Houston, Defendant, By virtue
of an execution duectod to th
undersigned, from the buperior
court of Rowan County, in the
above entitled action, I will eel
to the highest bidder, foroash, on
Monday, the 5th day of February, 1912
at the court house door in the city
of Salisbury, North '.Carolina, to
satisfy esud execution, all th
right, title and interest which the
said R. L. Houston, defendant
has in the following described
property, to-wt: Beginning a
a stake on Horah St., Carters
Corner and running with Horah
St. N44 W50 feet to a stake, thence
S46 W200feet tc a, .-take, thence
S44 E50 feet to a Btake, Carters
Corner, thence N46E with Carters
line 200 feet to the beginning, be
ing Liot oi fcquar M Licrda
pla, lying on SW tide of the
Corporate limits of the great west
Ward of the town of Salisbury.
J. H. McKenzie,
1-8-4 Sheriff Rowan county
fount MHinn lot Standard
Iteadit Moetune
SHttne) potttloa lot onttoew
TEIjL us
How you sit at your sewing
machine and
WE WILL SHOW YOU
Something of vital interest
To Your Health.
You cannot act too quickly in this
matter, so come today and
let us explain
THeSti Straight "STANDARD"
Gentral Needle Idea
a. sewing macnine tnat gives you
positive healthful exercise.
Shoe Co.sj
Salisbury, N. C.
Special Demonstrators
The Straight and Curved Lines,
Uttint portion for Standard
CanUal Needle Machines
Star poaitloa lor ordinary
aide needle machines
The R. f Norman (:,
teral Directors aii EmMmers,
No. 131 N. Main St.,
Near Court House,
Salisbury, i N. - C,
Every detail Carefully Look
ed after by
Competent Licensed Men.
Day Telephone No. 222.
Night Telephone No. 311.
ATCH REPAIRING.
Watches
for sale
Brown's store.
at R. W. & I. S
(the port office) t Granitw Quar
ry. Lave your repaiv work
there, or send it direct to me at
WO" No. 6, Salisbury, N, C.
2-Mllyr.pd. R.L.BROWN.
Bad Spells
r " I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness,
writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C "At last, I was
almost bed-ridden, and had to give up. We had three
doctors. All the time, I was getting worse, x I had bad
speUs, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I
gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as
anybody. In 8 weeks,' I was well. Lhad been an invalid
for, 5 weary years ! Cardui relieved me, when eveiytliiiig
else failed.' . " '
TAKE
If you are weak and ailing,, think what it would mean,
to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more
than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women,
has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers.
They found it of real value in relieving their aches and
paiiis. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved
and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for
use, at once, by you. Try it, today.
Wrtltto: Ladies' Advisory Dept.
for Special Instructions, and 64-page boo!
attanooca Medicine Co.. Ckatfafloen. Twm..
' Home Treatment for Women." tent free. 157
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Eesponsibility.
BARGAINS IN
GASOLINE
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ENGINES. 8
' Some time near the beginning of the
world rneu wen equal in everything except
capacity and ability.
Thev did not lone remain bo. Two broth
ers offered up sacrifices, and the offering of one was more acceptable
man tne onering or tne otner.
i welve sons came to one father, aud one of them became the fa
vorite.
a r i a. a i . a ...
a migucy nation was iormea, ana one ous or many citizens was
elested to become king.
And ever since those days there have been men whose offerings
and services have been acceptable, boys whose irdustry has made them
favorites, and citizens whose talents have caused them to be elected
kiDgSi governors and presidents Thev have teen crowned with
glory and honor, and all their brethren have bowed down before
them. They have worn mantles of authority and held ssepteTS of
power. They have governed the brains, the bodies, the souls and
the pocketbooks of the multitude. ,
It is not knowledge that so elevates men above their fellows, for
many a learned man fcas been born, reared aud buried in comDlete
and absolute insignificance. It is not hard work, for manv a mid
night toiler hes slaved hirtjself to his grave in a cellar or attio on.
forty dollars a mnth. Jt is net prudence, ambition, love or re ig-
lon, tor the pose-:sors of these attributes stand in multitudes upon
every r nad of the ladder of success. What is it?
I will tell you what it is. The faculty of accepting public and !
private trust and putting upon one's shoulders the burden of re-
Bpocsibillfcy.
When an employer has an imtxrtant letter which bte wishes to
be mailed at six p. m. he will either out it in the box with his own
hands cr giv it in charge of Borne one who would rather miss his
supper than fail to do his duty. When the President of the United
estates appoints a beoretary of War he selects a man who w.;uld
rather be shot, hanged, drawn and quartered than to fail to ac
- a. 1 " . ITT I . i a
pruiuprjy m a pincn. nen tne people elect a governor they want
a man who will either veto a .bill or sign it. The rabble honors
man who will act, a man who ia not afraid to do things and to" be re-
sponqioie.
For the next 30 days we are going to make
s - . . mm n
some special prices on Sticlmey ixasonne Jingniej.
At the present time we off j:- the fo" lowing: J
13-H. P. stationery Stickney En- Wl 1 IX HO ()
gine, regular price $160.00, now V
17-H.P.
gine, regular
1 10-H. P. stationary Stickney En- QfPv flO
gine. regular price $410.00, now pwtJJJ.
All the above engines are in perfect condition,
having never turned a wheel and at the prices
quoted, should be intere'sting to intending purs
chasers
We invite inspection of these engines.
jgular price $160.00, now r v v w v
stationary Stickney En CBO LCi OO 0
Jgular price $310.00, now tpiV"XV.V X
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SALISBURY, - - - N. C.
THE UACHirJERY PEOPLE.
10-27 4t.
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OUR STOREEfi
THE
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SHOES
BIG LINE JUST RECEIVED.
71
JSr-RArj HIDE SHOES for
every member of the family.
They will wear you 12 months.
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Bell Shoe Store,
111 N. Main St. Salisbury, N. C.
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LEVEL YOUR LAND
WITH THE
TRIUMPTH DIRT SCRAPER.
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Does the work of six men and
two horses.
Does it better. And we are
making a special low price on
them just now. k .
Salisbury Supply t Commission Co.,
Salisbury, ft. C. - 'Phone No. 8
Near Passenger Depot
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DR. M.J. RAGLAND
VETERINARIAN.
Office aud hospital on Inniss St., near
Mansion tlouse corner, uay pnone
Night phone 480. 4-270 25.
JNO.R. BROWN,
Jeweler and Optician.
CHINA, 6R0VE,
8 yeara experience.
N. C.
Prices moderate.
RHICHESTER S-PILLS
W. THE 11AJ10N BRAN1. A
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J111 in Ked and tiold metallic
boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon.
Tali, no other. But of Tonr
IPOEBtat. Ask for CH I-CIIEH-TER 3
DIAMOND JCKAN1 FILLS, for 25
years known as Best, Safest, A!waj-s Reliable
SOLD BY DiUJfiGISTS EVERYWHERE
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