11 S- '
- A w "?.
r fir i n
tor of Ihe Model If iUinery.. par
lors,: conducted ,'in the": Empire
Blrok, has been ad jndged a bauk
rupt. Mrs.- EendrJok oame to
8lUburj geyeral a'eaBonsago" an
head milliner a Reid'e "and later
engaged in bnainesa ?r hex self
The following figdreg furnished
by former chief of polioe, Geo. H.
Shaver shiw that "prohibition
liaa been a i mcoesi in Salisbury,
The figurei are J secured ; from the
polioe regiiter of the city'.: From
Jan,: 1, 1908 topecember si, 1908,
bsf ore prohibition; went into - ef
fect, thete were, 1,314 arrests of
hich, 832 were: for druokenees
Omitting the , year 1909, whioh
wm period of . transttionV we
give the figures from January 1,
1910 to December 81 1910, after
prohibition had gone into" effect
rid find that the total numbr of
jarrests was 514, of which 284 were
for drunkenness. TheBe figures can
be verified by any one, who cares
to examine the polioe recordi, and
hows aremarkable improvement
in the conditions; : -
The contest oame ti a suooeas
f ul close Tuesday evauing at two
o'clock with Miss Ha Feaperman
the winner of the haautiful four
hundred and fifty dollar Orches
tral piano, and Miss Electa Lin
gle the winner of the seooud prise,
a handsome suite of parlor furni
ture. Thb Watchman desires to
thank all the youog ladies who
worked iti-the conteet for their
ervioes, snd to congratulate the
winners of the prizes.
G. W. Connell, a leading grocery
man of Spencer, cksed his doors
Saturday night. It is believed
that Mr. Connell cannot meet his
bills although the partioulats
have not been learned .
The meetiDg of the local W. C.
T, U. last Thursday afternoon
-. was one of the largest and most
interesting in its history. The
members met with Mrs E E.
Barringer on South Main strtet.
A petition was signed by the
members of the local W . O. T. U.
and sent to Washington petition
ing Congress to prohibit the
shipment of whiskey into dry ter
ritory. The entertainment for the bens
efit of the Salisbury Library will
take place oh Friday afternoon
and night in the Elk Hall.
There will be no admission fee,
but a silver offering will be taken.
Music and refreihments will be
the features of the occasion.
Shsrlff Uakes an Arrest.
Sheriff. MQKenrie and Deputy
Jas.Hr Krider had anite-n in.
teresting drive :this morning . to
catuh Dave Hanuah and - son.
Sam, who are charged ; with hav-
ing' itolen- a; watch from -Jchn
N"esbitall f Salisbury,iThe en
tire party were in Co noord yester
day and the - robbery was com
mitted there. Neebit had a'
warrant issued "and ' it was sent
here to be served whioh. took
place at Barber's store, - just ' be
yond Spencer, the Hannah Y be
ing overtaken thre by the
sheriff.". rThefe was also -a mis
understanding between the parties
in. regard to a horse. ' .The ; watob
was found in, the laprobe.
Sheriff Honeycutt, of Cabarrus;
was .here this evening - for the
prisoners who will " be tried in
Careless About Appendicitis
Many Salisbury people have
stomach or bowel - trouble : which
is likely to turn into appendicitis.
If, yen haye constipation, sour
stomach, or gas on the stomach,
try simple buckhorn bark, glyce
rine, etc, as compounded in AIer
i-ka, the new German appendicitis
remedy. McPherson &Cb-. drug
gistsr states that A SINGLE
DOSE of this simple remedy re-
lieves bowel or stomach trouble
Spencer Shops Suspend Work.
A notice was posted in the
Spencer shops Sunday by officiali
of the Southern Railway. The
notice states that beginning yes
terday morning work would be
suspended- indefinitely; The
round house and carpenter de
partments, however will continue
working. It is not known how
1 ng work will be suspended.
3ome think the close down will
last only a few days while others
believe it will last for several
sooths. It is, hoped that the
suspension of work will last only
a short while aB many of the em-
p'oyes of the shops will be out of
employment for the time.
FLUID is a marvelous household
remedy, It cures cramp colic in
stantly. Corrects nauseated
stomach, heals cuts, wounds and
sores on the surface of the body
and destroys germs in the sick
room. It is used internally and
externally. Price 50 cants per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
"2 Mrs Agf.es Klizer passed 'to her
reward Monday v morning at ;30
o'clock. . She died at her home on
N rth Main Street,, this city,
death resulting from a complica
tion of diseases, heart -trouble in
cluded. "Mrs. K zr's health had
not been good"1 for quite 'a vwhile
an d it 'steadilydechned until the
end came;"f The deceased i was .45
years old T and was . the" eldest
daughter of the late William and'
Laura Smithdeal. Her father
was one of the - leading business
men of this city -She was "mar
ried to Prof. Robert G. Kiaer 'in
1893 and this union vwara very
happy oneT -Mr.-Kizer was the
second husband of the deceased ;
he first husband was Jacob
Ritchie, who was associated with
Mr Smithdeal in the hardware
business. Besides her huBband
Mrs. Kizer if survived by one
sister, Mrs. C. J, Norman, ot tnis
city, and three brothers, Geo. H
Jmithdeal, of New York; John
Smithdeal. of Washington city,
and Frank Smithdeal, of Alexan
dria, Va., survive, and the tollow-
II rfV - T7
iner steo-cniiaren : - mn a. xj.
A' strOfl inW Is 'strong dlf over. -r No man Van fee
? i? stfoni -who is suffering irpm;; weak, stomach with lt&
consequent indigestion, or from sonxe,:otber disease S
-k of Jhe stomaot and its associated organs,- which rim-ft
!i pairs digestion and. nutrition?-' For when the stomach"" '
: is weak "or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition 4
- ..MContained in food, which is the eourca of all physical
strengthWhen a man 4 doesn't feel just' right,"
when he doesn't sleep wellr has an -tincomfortable
. feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid,- nervous irritable and despos,V
, tat, he is losing the attrition needed to make strength. - . , x
', - Sach a man .should, use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medtcat -
Discovery It cores diseases ot the stomach snd other "
br&ans at di&esuon, and nutrition -. Itunriches the blood - '
4- Invigorates tho liven strengthens the kidneys nuorishea
. ' - the nerves, and so GIVES HEALTH 21ND STRENGTH TO
- r THE WHOLE BODY" , . -
a Yon can't afford to accept; a secret nostrum as a substitute tor this non
alcoholic medicine if knotoi composition, not even though the, urgent dealer
. may thereby make a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper. -;
UrcK Names Cemmlttee For National Coir-
Ne w.York, Jan.' 22. Chairman
NoimanB. Mack of 'the Demo."
cratic national committee to-day
announced the committee on ar?
rangements for the Djmocratic
national convention to be held at
Baltimore nn June 25.
According to a resolution
idopted by the Democratic
national committee at its refient
meeting at Washington, Chair
man Mack, Vice Chairman Hal
of Nebraska, and secretary Urey
Woodson of Kentnoky, are ex-offi
cial members of the committe"e
on arrangements. I hose ap-
Johnston and Miss Alice Kixer, of pointed by the chairman are:
Paul Whitlock left Sunday
night . for Lakeland, Fla., to
visit J. M. Peacock and family.
Jud?e J. 0. Boyd at Asheville,
Monday, appointed P. S. Carlton,
Esq:, receiver, to take charge
and collect all bills for G. W
Connell. of Spencer, who has en
tered a petition in bankruptcy.
A change of ihterest in the
ownership and management of the
Salisbury, Mrs, W. T. Bost, of
Raleiflh and Mrs. .A. L. Patter-
son. of Albemarle. Mrs. Kizer
had been a faithful member of St.
John's Lutheran church since she
was a girl. She was a splendid I
ohristian woman, being - an ex
cellent type of the womanhood of
Rowan, ard was ever faithful to
her duty. The fuueral took place
from St. John's Lutheran church
yesterday afternoon at 8 o'clock
conducted by the pastor, Dr
M. M Kinard. and the burisl was
m Chestiiut Hill cemetery.. Th
following were . the pall-bearers :
J. Frank McCubbLB, A. L.
Smoot, R B.'Brittian, J. E3.
Henneesee, John S. Henderson,
E H. Miller, John R. Crawford.
6 W. Spencer.
Augustus Bingham, a former
oalisburian. but tor some years a
r. Bident of Washington city, died
at his home there about 10:30
o'cKck Monday night. Mr.
Binebam had been in his usual
health until a few days ago when
he complained of neuralgia, and
it is not known what onsed his
death. He was about 87. years of
ige, a man of splendid physique
He was postal clerk in the Salis
bury postefnee with Postmaster!
Ramsay for several Tears, but re-
sizned to go on the road in the
railway man service. Her mar
ried a WashinstoQ young lady
about f cur years ago Tbe de
ceased, leaves an aged mother.
four sisters. Mrs. R. B. Owens,
Mrs, M: Coy, " Miss Lizzie Bing
ham and one brother, Lemuel
Biaeham. The remains were
brought to Salisbury this morn- j
ng. and the- funeral took place
from St. Luke's Episcopal chunh
at 3:80 o'ebok, p, m., conducted
by the rector, Dr. F. J. Mallett,
and the enterment was in the
Josephus Daniels of North.Caro
Una, Clark Howell cf Georgia and
Jonn T McGraw of West Vireinia
represent the South Atlantic
States s R. M . Johnson of Texas
representing the Southwestern
States; Martin J. Wade of Iowa,
Edwin O. Wood of Michigan.
RogerC, Sallivjtn of Illinois and
Thomas !Tsggart of Iudiana, rep
resenting the 'middle Western
States ; Robert B wing of Louis
iana, r representing xthe ' Gulf
it, tes ; Robert S. Hudspeth of
New Jersay and Tnomas H.
Brow- ol Vermont, representing
the Eastern and New Eng'and
States; former Governor "John
E. Osborne of Wyoming represent
r;:: ; SoiD8 Hymns-Hlins. ; -,
Sorr e girls go to churchT be
car se of the hymns, andoth
ers because of the hims-- Ex.
Kidney and Bladder Troubles and
Nervous Debility Yield Readily -;
and Quickly to Treatment with
HAGGARD'S SPECIFIC TABLETS
, 'A SURE CURE" ' ' r
-. Chattahoochee, Ga.
Easeard Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga.- r . t - -.
Gentlemen: I have used your tablets for indi
gestion and haye found them to be just what you
claim. for them. 1 have tried leveral remedies, but
did not tret any relief until I tried yonr tablets.
I would cheerfully recommend your tablets as a
sure cure for indiareation. Yours truly,
f. a ii. GREEN. UL D.
HAGGARD'S SPECIFIC TABLETS wfll put
you q.ti the road to health, make rich, red blood,
feed your wasted tissues and put new. life, vim
and visor into you. Take Hagsrard's Specific Tab
lets.' Be a manl . If you are a woman who is heir
to the ills of her sex, this remedy -will alleviate
your sufferings. Try a box at our risk. If it does
not benefit you, ' your money w)U be cheerfully
tf unded. 50c a box. '
atR. W.-&I, 8. Brown's store,
(the post Office) at Granite Quar
ry. Leave yonr repair work
therw, or send it direct to me at
No. 6, Salisbury. N. C.
21-11 lyr. pd. R. L. BROWN.
ate. Jf BSSZ " O
Calendars fOI 1913 The Watchman
office has just received a most
excellent line of beautiful art
sample calendars fcr 1913, and
invites those who contemplate
ing Kooky Mountain and the Pa-i purchasing calendars to see enr
cifio Coast States and J. B . C. before buying. We can
ehow the goods and quote the
prices that will cause you to buy,
Write to or call at The Watch-
Talbpt of Maryland.
I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes
Mrs. R. L Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pro
nounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weak
ness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to
take CarduL :
I used it about one week, before I saw much change.
Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years,
has-gone, and I don't suffer at all I am feeling better than
in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of CarduL" '
ke. b ; The
tf you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any
of the troubles so common to women.
Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed
of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the
womanly system, building up womanly strength, tpning up
the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system.'
Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years.
Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they,
received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today.
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Mr. POBltrffnaO : If yon are not get
ting eggs, d:m t plame the
ohjekens: - Help them . along by
feeding Conkey's Laying -Tonic.
Jamee PInmmer baa it -
NO T.OQblS to give Ooukey's llonp
' Remedy. Jnst a pinch in drink
ing water ; The fowls take their
own m'ediciae. ior sale by Jams
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Oar Buildiog liateriat mil please yon.
Oar ceiling and siding at $1.00
per 100 feet wi'l tickle you. Good,
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PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
SALISBURY, N. C.
Does a General Ban Via g
i Business. .
4t JPen- DnnQ
. We pay 4 pr cent on time d-.
posits. Interest payable every
Prompt attention given to any
bnsiuess entrusted to us.
Your business solicited.
Peoples' National Banks
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president. . cashier,
D. L. Gabkill, W. T; Bdbbt,
V.-preaident. . asst. cashier
DR. M.J. RAG LAND
ilfflee and hospital on Inniss St., near
Mansion House corner. Day phone
Night phone 480. 4-270
Miller Bros, clothiers, were
closed this morning having gone
into the .hands of a receiver.
The liabilities are said to le $18,-000.
UHliniHIIIII BHU 111 HL1 BK OlUDll
Jarvis Andrews left Monday Salisbury Roller Mill has recent-: Chestnut Hill cemetery.
niffht for Jacksonville. Fla.. lv hen flfT-cfeftd. T. A'. Lndwiokf Kupert, the little son ot Mrs
where he will make his home in bonaht the stock of Mavor F. M- Al F":ze' ?f Chil a fJroyet. die d
. . . . . .. last Thuraay evening alter a
.ne future. i Thompson ani is now looKins Uwrt iiir,QcB ith j;nKth;a
A box party was given Monday aftBr the management of the mill. The funora' was held from the
chool house in the county fori mill agaiCas miller
the benefit of the school library. "Shoes that satisfy." is the
Mrs. J. P. Goodman entered kind hat Wiil Erwin Shoe
the W hitehcad-S tokea sanatorium 9 ampan j handles. This it re
a. Ti A. I cDened for business baturday in
or loabuiuu ' oatuiutsr- aim i ... - , -
tne Himpire JDUiiams. vau ana
examine their shoes and prices.
know that she
ill. " .
will : be glad to
is not seriously
"lffmry'iirTicTr ii I "
I R. H. DeButts, f f Charlotte,
travelling passenger agent for
-the Southern, . was in the city
Tuesday. . " '
r-- A .'D Hartma n and Leo Po jle
- wet to Danville, Va., Tuesday.
ld Hobson, who has been with
the Southern in the machine
f shops at Spencer has gone to b:s
old home in Davie coanty to
:-tDead several days after which
rH hewiineave forGulfport, Miss
where he will work.
; ::"Haiyey. M. Uzzle returned
: J Tuesday. Uiorning frcm Ra'eigh
'r . where he attended th funeral of
his step-mother, Mrs. Hallie
? Uxxlepwijo died Sunday.
VvW. T. Bost, a former Salii-
borian, - who is now. with the
Raleigh News and Observer, was
in the citv yesterday to attend
the funeral of Mrs. Kizer,
Wife: "Where you have been!
this afternoon, John?"
Husband: "Why, I visited '
Wife: Well, what did you
Hu9 . : " W-h-y-er the most
wcndertul taine I saw was what
they called a triped." -
Wife: "What I A tnpedT
Why what on earth did it look
UUt . A GUlOC-1 DggOU IVUVli
Frlshtrol Polar Winds.
blow with terriffic force at the far
north and ' play havoc with the
km; causing rea. rouzh or wore
chapped hands and lips, that
need -Buck len s Arnica Salve to
heal: them. It makes the skin
acf t and smooth ., Unrivaled for
old-sores. : also . burns; boils.
Corrected weekly by D. M. Miller.
Apples, per bushel," 1.00 to I 40 ..,
Bacon, ernes per ib , iz to xa.
shoulders, per n , vz to 13.
ham, per lb, 18 to 20.
round, per ft, 12J to 13K.
Butter, choice yellow, 15 to 20
Chickens, per lb, 9 to 10. "
Ducks, 20 to 30. . .
Guirjeas, 25 to 30.
Eggs, per doz, 25 to 28. i
Corn, per ousnei, auc. to f.au
Flour, straight, per sac, $2.40
" pat, $3.00
Hay. per. hundred &s, .75, average.
Honey, per lb, 12 : to 15. '
Lard, N. C, per lb, 14 to 15.
Meal, bolted, per bu, " ,90.
Oats, per ba. 60 to 65
Potatoes, Irish,, pe- bu 90 to $1.00
Wheat per bush. 1.00 to $1,10 .
Onions, 1.00 to 1.25
Rye, per bushel, $1.15 -
Turkeys 15J per lb.
Geese, 12e per lb.
Country sausaee. per lb. 2M k 15o
Sloan's liniment is a relia
ble remedy for any kind of
horse lameness. Will kill the
growth of spavin, curb or splint,
absorb; enlargements, and is
excellent for sweeny, fistula
.. r Here's Proof.
"I used Sloan's Liniment on a mule for
'high lameness "and cured her. I am
never without a bottle of your liniment;
have bought more of it than any other
remedy for pains." Baily Kirby,
" Cassady, Ky.
Sloan's Liniment 13 the best made. - I
hare removed very large shoe boils oft a :
horse with it. I have killed a quarter
crack, on a mare that was awfully bad. " I
have also healed raw, sore necks on three
horses. I have healed grease heel on a
mare that could hardly walk."
Anthony G. Hiykr, Oakland, Pa.,
' Route No. z. ...
is good ..for all farm stock.
"My hogs had hog cholera three days
before we got your liniment, which I was
advised to try. I have used it now for
three days and my hoes are almost well.
One hog died "Before I pot the liniment,
but I have not lost any since."
A. J. McCarthy, Idaville, Ind.
Sold by all
600. &. $1.00
Bloan'i Book on. Horses,
Cattle, Hogg and Poultry
sent tree. ; Address
ALTHOUGH Saturday was our first day in
business, we heard many of our friends say our
prices come nearer having the old time ring than
they have heard for several years. ;Qj:m?t6
"satisfy," and we know no better way than to
give you as close prices as possible, then stand
behind the wear of every pair of shoes we sell.
Boy's and Girl's Shoes at
Men's Shoes from
Women's shoes from
1.50 to 4.00
' Phone 'jMbWl WrWMm
Dr. Earl S. Sloan
- Boston, Mass. :
pudding per lb. 1 to 10c ,
! nilea.,' Onlv zo cents at all drua
" . i - mush per lb. 5 to b.
Cotton, good mttdlieg, 9 -
2 X. '