30 FEDERAL LIQUOR LICENSES.
Salisbury aai Rowin CflBnt j Hiie. PliotrUeeiril CirF Issues mm For Untiling
Aooording to the District Reve
nue Collector's books there were
80, or more, parties in Rowan on
If a j 8th, who found it profitable,
or desirable, to spend $25 for a
federal retail liquor dealers' tax.
Some of these dealers may at
v tempi to justify tbeij course be
cause they bauiie arugs, owe"
pretend to be conducting a oo
operatives club, but if they do
not sell whiskey what need have
they to pay the federal tax?
Judge AUen said such a tax re
ceipt was prima facia evidence of
violatiug the State prohibition
law and everybody knows these
clubs could not exist here on the
ao called dues They aw violat
ing the law every day they wrist
atd they are being practically
protected iu their business by th
sheriff of the county aud the city
adminittration. This list is no
news to the offijiale, they knot
where they are, know who the
are and know tLey are violatiug
the law. Why they do not en
force the law is the disgust of
every man who believes in ma
jority rule, the supremacy of law
and the protection of society and
decet.cy by government 1 methods.
To say nothing can be done if
mere y theory of weaklings and
The list follows :
Cooke, H. M., Spencer 5th St.
Comm rc:al Olub Co., Salis
bury, 120 B. InD9M
Ciine,J E , China Grove, Main
Cudathy, J.' J.. Salisbury.
C M Bailey, Liqucr Co., Sal
Dixie Club, Salisbury, 112 East
Elm Olub, Salisbury, 119 E.
. Greater Salisbury Club, Sal is-
Grnbb. H. 0 , Salisbury.
25, N. Main St.
Klutts, Theo. F. & Co., Salis
bury. 101 N Main 8t.
McPherspn, J- W. & Co., Salis
bury, S. Main 8t.
Metropolitan Club Co.,
bury, Washington Bldg.
Outing Club, Salisbury.
Pocahontas dub, Salisbury,
119 E. Fisher St.
Puroell, S. M.t Salisbury. 102
8. Main 8t.
Rose Club Co., Salisbury, 122
JUi ..Liberty St.
Salisbury Recreation Club Co.,
Salisbury, 115 E. Counoil St.
Salisbury Business Men's Ass'nV
Club Co., Salisbury, 117 E Coun
Southland Olub Co., Salisbury,
121 E. Council St.
Spencer Drug Co., Spencer, Sal
Spencer Social Club, Spencer.
Smith Drug Co., Salisbury, 1
N. Main St.
Shea, Barney, Salisbury.
Trading Club Co., Salisbury,
Main s Ajioeity ota. - .
Theatrical Club Co., Salisbury,
125 Council 8t
West Brook Club Co., Salis
Woodside, Jas. M., Salisbury,
71 Hogan's Alley.
Whistnant, S. W, Salisbury,
Yadkin Olub Co,, Spencer.
Oi Accoaat of Umiitiig of Golombus Uoo-
Washington, D. O., June 8th.
The Suiikhern Railway will sell
round trip tickets as follows :
Charlotte. . ............... $1220
Conoord. ... . .11 55
Gastonie.. .12 85
Salisbuiy . . . 10 85
Reduced' rates ou same basis
from all other points, tickets to
be sold on June 5th-6tb and 7tb,
fiual. returns: limit June 12tb,
with privilege of extension of
final limit until July 12th by per
sonellv .depositing .ticket with
joint agent and payment of f 1 00
Special Pnllman cars have been
arranged :to leave Charlotte at
10:15 p m , June 6th, arriving at
Washington 8:50 A; M June 7th
- aud reservations can be made by
applying to the undersigned,
- , R H. DbButts,, . "-T
division passenger agent
pj Wfttt Monument.
Durham, May 81 Gen. Julian
S. Catr, from the headquarters
of the North Carolina Division,
United Confederate Veterans has
issued'through the Adjutnnt Gen
eral and Chief of Staff HA Lon
don, general orders number 47,
extending a most cordialinvita
tion, received from the "Wyatt
Monument Committee" for the
Confederate veterans of North
Carolina to attend and partici
pate in the exercises of the un
veiling of the Henry L. Wyatt
monument on the Capitol . square
at Raleigh, June 10 It is hoped
that as many veterans as possible
will accept this invitation and by
their presence do honor to the
first Confederate soldier killed in
battle, and by their presence also
express their appreciation of the
efforts made by .the Daughters of
the Confederacy and others to
perpetuate iu bronze and granite
at the capital of the State, the
aorifice of Henry L Wyatt.
All staff offioers, and as many
other veterans as can, are urged
to attend in uniform and by their
presenoe and aid in making this
occasion one ot tne most memo
rable in the State's history.
' Dm ii 6reoosioro.
Greensboro. May 81 Effec
tive June 1, Greeosboro will prob
ably be the ''driest" town in
North Carolina, either legally or
(legally. A city ordinanoe
whioh goes into effect makes it il-
egal to sell whiskey on drug store
prescriptions, the only means
whioh had been left the thirsty or
sick to get hold of a little liquor
in this town; On top of this
he police have just olosed a
strenuous oampaign in the "jan
gles" and they proudly boast of
the fact that there isn't a tiger. or
dub tftbe city where whiskey i
served. The only place where it
can be obtained is at the principal
oluS of the city and here it ia only
because of the looker privilege to
members. The Elks have a strict
ruling against the keeping of 1-
quor inside their building, it be
ing even against the rules of the
olub to take a drink inside. -
The drug1 store prescription
trade here has been a thriving one
despite the regulation of publish
ing the amount prescribed by each
physician the first of every month.
One store has seld an average of
500 pints a month at $1 a pint,
according to the figures kept by
Chief of Police Iseley. Now it is
against theslaw for the drug store
to hsve liquor on its shelves or
Mskee the Nation Oasp.
The awful list of injuries on a
Fourth of July staggers humanity.
Set over gainst it, however, is
the wonderful healing, by Buok-
len's Arnica salte, of thousands.
bo suffered from burns, cuts.
bruises, - bullet wounds or explo-
sions. its tne quick neaier or
toils ulcers, eczema, sore lips or
piles . 25o at All Druggists.
Foad for Flood Sufferers Grows.
New York, May 81 Two of
the wealthiest women of New
York city, Mrs. Russell Sage and
Mrs. E. H Harriman contribut
ed generously today to Mayor
Gaynor's relief fund for the
Southern flood sufferers . Mrs.
Saae sent a check for $2,500 and
Mrs.; Harriman gave ; $1,000.
Their offerings brought the total
of the day's contributions to a
grand total of $18 776. ... -
Ends Hunt for Rich girl
Often the hunt for a rich wife
nds when the man meets a wo
man that uses Electric Biters.'
Her strong nerves tell in a bright
brain and even temper. - Her
peach-bloom complexion and rn
oy lips result trom ner pure
blocd; her elastic step from firm,
tree muscles, all telling ot the
health and strength Electrio Bit
tersgivea woman, and the free
dom f rom iudigestioh, backache,
headach. fainting and dizzy
spells they promote. 'Everywhere
they are woman's favorite reme
dy, It weak or ailing try them.
Soofturi Republicans Will Stick et Tift's
Bioi Wigofli .
Washington; June 1 Presi
dentTuft,' through- conferences
with representative republicans,
from the southern states, is seek
ing to learn at first hand --what
ground there is for the rumors
that there will be defections to
Rcosevelt from the delegations
pledged, or instructed for presi
He talked with leaders f mm
Florida, and Virginia. His
luncheon guests were 8. H.
Chubb, national committeeman,
and W. R. O'Nbal, and Henry W.
Bishop, delegates from Florida,
and Representative C. B. Slemp
and the state chairman, and L. P.
Summers, delegates from Virgin
ia, and Judge J. B. Gaston, dele
gate from Georgia. After lunch
eon Summers said Virginia's 24
votes would stand firm for the
president '. '
Speaking for Florida delega
tion's ' loyalty to Taft, Chubb
"It is net a question of dislike
for Roosevelt, but one of persons!
honor and integrity, they oome
It was said at the white house
that both Taft and Secretary
Hilles commnnioated by long
distanoe with other southern re
publican leaders, and are convinc
ed that Taft has little to fear
from the report that his instruct
ed or pledged delegates are pet to
It should be remembered office
holders and politicians always
talk in favor uf the way (hey
want things to go, not' always as
they are. Ed. Watchman.
Os T$ Biltinjri.
Baltimore Juue 2. With the
removal from Washington' to
this city, the latter part of. next
week, of the national headquar
ters of the- various oandidstaa-X
the Democratic presidential nom
ination the real activities of the
oontest will center here.
Headquarters to bei moved are
those of Gov. Woodrow Wilson,
Speaker Champ Clark; Gov. Jed
son Harmon ana Uioar w.
Secretary Urey Woodson of the
national oommittie, is expected
in the city the first of this week
to open headquarters. The meet
ings of the national committee
will be held in the Fifth Regiment
armory aud the Belvedere hotel.
The committee will have few if
any contests to pss upon; its
chief work will be to select the
temporary offioers of the conven
tion and approve arrangements
that have been made at the ar
, mm Hi Will Lost-
Hope eternal springs in the hu
man breast. ur Tail is no ex
ception. He still claims that he
has thirty more votes than he
needs for his nomination. Bully 1
Stiok to it 1 But what does he ex
pect to do when Roosevelt throws
him down and takes them away
from him? Greensboro Record.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they
oanuot reach the diseased portion
of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deaf ness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deaf
ness is caused by an inflamed
condition of the muoous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hear
itig, - and f wheu it is entirely
closed,. Deafness is the result, and
unless the inflamation can be
taken out and this tube restored
to its normal condition, hearing
will' be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of .ten are canted by
Catarrh, which is nothing but au
inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give Ooe Hundred Dol
lars for any. case of LDeafneBS
(canted br catarrh) : that cannot
be cured bfHall's Catarrh Cure .
Send for - circulars rfree. F. -J;
CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Bold by Pruggists,75o
ake. Hall's JTauiUy -Pills IorJXM trftl bottle or SO oept or $1
Fall i foecsrs iilslEIPpa wa
gestion of arcoojprpmise' between
tde 0 hio StateVonTeutlob, w hich
a , .ii
is to elect
sixTdelegates At ; large
Chicago f couyention next
Tuesday, wasdeoouuded Jcday by
Colonel RdoseveHlbe' ooloiiel
sent a telegram, to Walter F.
Brown, his O.hio:mnagor saying:
'I have just8eenhe rf telegram
sent by Mr.Tafi about a com.
promise in Ohic. Until I saw
this telegram had nwrer heard a
suggestion t hat there should be any
compromise abdI ofqpourse, as
sumed thst any such 'jluggijeatiou
on me from th'eaTKforces. In
the first pla3e;;rqd not ccn
8ent to a com promisV an y ho w .
and in the nexti'oiicfcwe carried
Ohio by ovet:0,$Gp oi the popu
Iar primary.' :&fS,
"Any attempted give Mr. Taft
a single delegate at . large would
mon to sanotiori V. deliberate ef
fort to defraud the people aud by
a trick to nullify their expressed
will; Mr. Taf t has, ' in morals
and equity no olaims rwbateyer tr
a single delegacy atv large from
Ohio and any attempt to secure
him so muoh as vbn9S?dele'gate at
large means a deliberate effort to
thwart the wilf oluHn people as
- -t". . -.. .I' ...
expressed freely -iby them
in the primary; and we cannot
ftffjrd for one moment to con
sider such an effort tq defraud the
people. of their rights, in this
struggle for justice and for popu
"Any district delegates to the
State convention from, any one of
the districts which en t for me
in Ohio who himself votes for an
single Taf; delegate;'4t lsrg, is
oommittingan tlott treaohery
to the people and any man who
oondbnea orapprovet such act is
Hibb'ob's S'ssptnts Agiii.
New York, May 81. Hamp
ton's magazine has suspended
publication. The June number
will not be issued One of the
losers in the magazine is Speaker
Champ Clark, whs it is said, in
vested fonr thousand dallara in
June 8 L. R. Esrnbardt will
have an ice cream supper June
8h, at his father's, near Faith.
A big time is expected
A young granite cutter at Dales
Holler's, March 11th.
Ivey Setzeris back home from
Lns Angles, Ca'ifornia, where he
has been for eighteen months.
W. A. and L. M. Safrit went
to Salisbury May 80th and took
out. a new wheat reaper. They
live near Rimer.
Spencer and Gianite Quarry
crossed bats on the lattera ground
May 80th. The score was 2 to 1
in favor of Granite Quarry .
Sunday a 'phone message to
Faith from St. Mathew s church
settlbment anncunoed the death
of Bli Wyatt, a well to do farmer
of that seotioD.
Miss Mertie Bell Moose and
her father returned home Sunday
from Salisbury, where 'they have
been visiting Mr. Moose's sou,
John N Moose, for several days.
Man Coughs and Breaks Ribs.
After a frightful coughing spell
a margin Neenah, Wis., felt terri
ble paius in his side and .his doc
tor found two ribs had been bro
ken. What agony Dr. King's
Nen Discovery would have, saved
dim. a tew teaspooninis enus a
late cough, while persistent use
routs olstinate coughs, expels
stubborn colds or heais weak, sore
lungs. . "I feel sure its a God
send to humanity," - writes Mi
Effie Mcrton, Columbia, . Mo.,
fcr I believe I would have con
sumption today, if I had not uied
this great remedy." its guaran
teed to satisfy, and you dap get
Boston Boird of Health Qffirs Wiley
-j- Cbairmansblp. ?
Washingtin, June ,2.' Dr.
Harvey Wiley, the pure food
champion, who was formerly
chief of the bureau cf ohemistry
of the Department of Agriculture,
tonight received an offer to be
oome ohairman of the Boston
board of health at a salary of $7,
600 a year.
The propoaiticn was laid before
Dr. Wiley by Representative
William. F. "Murray of Massachu
setts, who aoted ,as the personal
representative of Mayor Fitar
ger aid of Boston.
It is known that Dr. Wiley
thinks favorably of the outlook
for usefulness which the Boston
position offers. He has asked for
time to study the Boston health
report and to acquaint himself
fully with the situation there and
ill gire bis auswer iu a few
Americans Id Mez cq Robbad aod Ef cted.
Mazatlan, Mexioo May 81.
Americans ara being robbed and
evioted from their nrouerties hi
South 8inaIoa, according to
Manager Musiok of Concha ranch;
arriving here with a party. The
rebels compelled Mustek and hit
companions to leave with only
few olothes. Two-hundred rebels
raided Conoba ranch, leaving the
oloniats stripped of all necessi
ties The Concha olonists are
from the vicinity of Fargo, Nd.
President Has Right Ti latinise.
Washington) May 81. Presi
dent Taft holds the view that the
executive, without further legis
lation by congress, has ample au
thority for' intervention in Cuba
when nescessary. He so advised
the senate Cuban relations, com
mittee in connection with the
Bacon resolution designed to sup
plement the Piatt amendment by
enact! 6 gjapeoifio authority of
law" for what nosr iiouiolTiTbe 'an
"assumed Authority" to inter
vene, it was, reported tne com
mittee might recommend thst
during the session of congress the
responsibility should rest upon
that body, ty reference of the
matter to it by the president but
when congress was net in session
the president should have a free
hand to act.
June 1. Some of the farmers
of Pumpkin Center are busy har
vesting oats at present.
A wind storm passed through
this part of the county on the
evening of May 25 and did much
damage to fruit trees and timber.
I. Leroy Shaver and sister.
Miss Carrie, returned home trom
Rutherford Colleee. Mav 10.
Miss Ermie Shaver, of Huckle-
berty Ridge, is staying at Eugene
Moreen's at present .
I guess the inhabitants of
Pumpkin Center are increasing as
well as Faith. A ycung farmer
has arrived at Coy Miller's and a
young housekeeper at Boss Park-
Lee Arey and Miss Annie Fes
perman, of near Stokes Ferry,
war masried Mav 12.
Lee Shaver and Milas Arey vis
ited at George Fraley's Sunday
Misses Ada and Nannie Eagle
of Salisbury, visited at James
Whitley's Saturday nisht and
Mrs. Agnus Creech and sister.
Miss Jennie Talbert, who spent a
few days with relatives and friends
in this community, have returned
to their home in Conoord.
There will be preaching at Zion
JnrtA 9: at 11 a m. i
John L. Shaver, of Salisbury,
vis;ted home folks Saturday night
and Sunday, Bill.
" Move On Now!
says a policemen to a street
crowd, and -whacks heads If it
don't. VMove on now, says the
fc ig, harsh mineral " pilla to the
bowel, congestion and suffering
f ollows Dr. . King's - New Life
Pills don't bulldcse the bowels.
They gently .persuades .them to
tight action,:1 aud health f olio ws,
Will It bb Tift or Bosseistt.
Washington; June 2.--The de
parture of heads o the Taft : and
Roosevelt organization Tfrom here
to Chioago, has practically ended
before-the people, at least,' the
bitterest and most disgraceful
contest for the office of President
that this republic has ever
known. It has been the fiercest
warfare that has ever been waged
within a politioal party snd with
out credit to those who engaged
It must be taken into consider
ation that there is underlying the
contest 'a great principle, and
that thfr controversy is not .be
tween the two men. The domi
nant question involved is the
trusts and their assumption of
authority in the management of
Mr. Taft is regarded by the
people generally as -the friend
and protector of the great com
tjinatious of wealth, while Mr.
Rf)08'V-lt, is Ti 'wed as one typi
yii.g th lUttreeta of the people.
It was i)Hcausn Mr. Taft was
narg d with iHanu g to" atrong-
ty toward iha trusts and ther
trbitr try power that Mr. Roose
velt ' was i duced to come out
against him for the nou.h.a ion.
. This is the one great quHgtion
that ia now a sorbr g the atten
tion of the Kepuhlicau voters,
and the sweptug victories that
Mr. Roosevelt has received in all
the States wheie primary elec
tions were held, were taken to
mean tbat he is unquestionably
the choice of the rauk and file of
the party. That he will go into
the convention as strong, if not
stronger than Mr. Taft, ib con
ceded even by the closest and
most Ultimate friends ' of the
President. . "
Root's Selictiaa yaf Oefiat Parlf.
Madison, Wis., June 2. Gov.
brands Mr Govern of Wisconsin
ohairman of the- Wisoonsin'" dele
gation to the Republican nation
al convention in a telegram an-
ttf b a
swering an appeal Dy wiuiam
Barnes, Jr., of New York, refused
the support of Wisconsin for Sen
ator Elibu Root as temporary
chairman - of the convention.
Governor McGovern's reply ssid
Senator Root represented "politi
cal views and methods that sboud
not be sanctioned at the Chicago
convention" and that Root's bj-
lection would' invite defeat in No
vember. In a telegram to the Governor,
Mr. Barnes had sought the sup
port of the 26 Wisconsin dele
gates, all of whom had been
pledged to Seuator LaFollette's
presidential candidacy. Mr.
Barnes declared the contest to be
the "mo i serious one .which has
afflicted th Republican party and
that the attempt to nominate Mr.
Roosevelt can lead only to die
aster. Governor McGovern's telegram
to Mr. Barnes was as follows:
"Hon. William Barnes, Jr.,
New York city :
"Senator Root represents politi
oal views and methods that
should not be sanctioned at the
Obioaeo convention, lie is a
staudpat statesman while the rank
and file of the Republican party
are progressive. The people have
a right to rule and their wiihes
concerning the organization of
the convention and the adoption
of a platform are-; new welt
known . To ignore this judgment
recorded in almost every Reputili
can State from the Atlantic to
the Pacific by electing. Senator
Root or any other tory temporary
chairman will conviot the party of
insincerity and invite defeat in
Bites or stings of poisonous, in
Bectt which cause the flesh to
swell should Jbe treated with
DARBY'S - : PROPHYLACTIC
FLUID. . It counteracts .the poi
son, reduces swelling quickly and
I eaaes pain. . it is equally as val
uable when. , applied to uesu
woubds,- burns, scalds, cuts or
bruises. , It' causes - the flesh to
heal over and leaves no di sfigur
iracar. Price fiO: cU- per bottle.
SERIuUS CHAR6E A6AIMST FLIES,
Tbb Public SBODld Know trie Worst Tbat
Tiei Maj 6oviro Tbemstvlves Accarfllmly.
Raleigh, N. 0 , June 8. 1912
In discussing the "real facts about
flies" the State Board of Health;
in a bulletin now in press, says :
"Flies are the vilest creatures
afflicting mankind V After tak
ing this stand the Board proceeds
to explain that the only objec
tions to .flies used to be because
thev ' were pests and torments.
Later," says this authority,
'We learned about the flies
breeding plaaes, his habits of life,
and the possibility of his carry
ing nauseating, filth on his b. dy
from stabler, garbage ca' s and
privies to our houses, cur reraona
and our food Then it was tbat
flies became extremely disgasting,
10 say tbe least . By far the
greatest objection to flies, how
ever, now comes from the fact
that we know conclusively that,
besides being a disoomfort and
carrying filth, they spread tre
mendous amounts rf disease.
Bdtides actually dropping bac
teria and filth from their f9t arid
legs, flies may transmit disease
by discharging their vile, disease
laden excreta either directly or
iudirectly upon our food.
In summing up the remedy the
article states that "for immedi
ate protection . and probably for
many years to come we shall have
to resort to screening all doers
and windows. But the time will
come when our municipal au
thorities will waken up to the
gravity of the situation aud abol
ish flies by abolishing their
breeding pi a o e s. T h e u we
shall pass and enforce ordi
nances requiring the' screening of
all manure and the general use
of , sanitary privies. Until then,
however the individual house-"
holder may do much with wire
swatters and sticky fly paper in
thjKuse and fly traps on his
garbage can outside." . .
Sloots Young 6irl Shoots Himself.
Phillipsbrg, N. J , June 1. In
furiated because little 14-year-old
Annie Gray refused to marry him,
and jealous because she went to a
circus with another, S: R Browu
tndtv ahrtk ftnH Witlorl tha air I a r A
then turned the pistol on him
self .. Brown was recently dis
charged from the army after three
years servioe. He met the girl on
returning home- in Eastern Penn
sylvania and beoame smitten with
ka rtllapmd .iiJ npnnAAAil m arm. ita
on their first meeting .
When her Phillisburg lover
learned of the proposal he ordered
crown so seep away, ior crown
was meeting the girl at every op-,
portunity. Today he went to the
school Annie attended and told
the sister -in charge that Mrs.
Uray was bio. Tne girl was ex
cused from her studies and hur
ried home, Brown walking with
He repeated the' storv oi his
love and repeated his proposal of
marriage. The'chitd gave him a
Bhort answer aud rau towards the
house. The ex-soldier followed
and placing the revolver to her
breast fired a shot,' and as neigh-
rushed to him Brown sent a bul
let into bis own breaitu Annie
died as she reached her ows
door step sinking into the arms of
her mother. After Brown arrived
at the eastern hospital he made a
complete confession, giriug jeal
ousy at a motive: He is under
police guard at the hospital.
Two unmailed letters,- both ad
dressed to the girl, were fouid in
bit possession. In one of these he
said, "We aregoing on a long
j ourney, Annie pray to God ior
both of us.
Gdve Him a Start.. -
:Xw i .ints . ' ."ail . tbe - auctioneer,
boldiDg aw pair -or , antique stiver
caDdjpstlok. Rire me,a start." -
at the tmc-iror tb room. :': ' . -,
"What.", exclaimed the bonified ano
tlooeer ; : , , . -
A h,'' said the! ntdder In ad under
tone : ahdV with a chuckle. I thought
that would lte la a atartT tvif
M M Alt : JACQggUtl. . -JgX
aistVat All Dtnggitl.
Sold by sai4ftistv;; m