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THE CAROLINA VATGHMAN
WM. a,ra VfAK P, Ed. and Prop
Published every Wednesday
120 West Innes Street.
:W Entered at second-class matter Jan
18th. lfiOS, at the rost office at Balis
kuiT N. 0M urder the aet of Congress
I AlarefiBxd, 1671.
SAiiasnBT, N. C July 81, 1912
Gold Knob, July 29. Andrew
Bargr wai Lorn October 7, 1823,
and departed this lit a at bis borne
near Rockwell, July 27, 1912, aged
os years, 9 months and 20 days
Mr. Barger was baptised in early
' childhood in Organ E. L. ohuroh
and later was confirmed and join
- ed Organ church at which place
he was a connstant member unti
DV raters m. L. cuuron was or
ganized, then he transfered his
membership to the latter church
where he lived a oonsistant and
valued member up to his death .
"Uncle Andy" as he was m re
familiary known, was married in
early manhood to a Miss Lingle.
10 tms nnou nve children were
born and. one son. Jno. H. A.
Barger, survive him. Later Mrs
Barger was called to follow her
four children home, to join them
in their promised land. After
wards Mr. Barger married Miss
Eliz ibeth Brown, and to this hap
py union four children wire ad
an, two are dead and two sur
vive him, Messrs- T J. A. and P.
C.J. Bargar. The second Mrs.
Barger died just 5 years! and three
days before Uncle Andy, having
died July 24, 1907.
Mr. Barker, at tho outset of the
civil war, euhsted in the 46th. N.
C. State troops, Co. 6., was a
gallant and fearless soldier up to
the surrender, when he came
home and after a deeperaie strug
gle he has laid up a snug little
fortune. Mr. Barger never tired
of telling stories of hardships and
battle encounter's of day'u in the
great straggle, Only a few weeks
ago, on his last trip to Sal sbury
wiih the writer, he told of being
detailed to shoot three deserters
who had been court ma;tialed and
after the first volley, of which Mr.
Barger was not in, thre9 victims
fell each with his head to the
north (as he said) signifying that
the north should be victorious.
Mr. Barger haB been very feeble
for some time and about two
weeks ago was seized with what
proved to be his taking off
Death was caused by heart failure,
from which the family became
alarmed last Friday morning,
wnen ne succumbed to the victor
at one o clock Saturday morning
His funeral service was held from
Bt Peter's E. L. church runday
eveniug at a rciock, Kv. w. 0.
if uok omoiatiug, assisted by Rev.
P. M. Trexler, of the Reformed
church and Rev C. P. Fisher of
- Faith. The tf-xt for Mr. Buck's
discourse was found in Job, 5th
chapter and 26th. verse, ,lThou
shalt come to thy grave in a full
age like a shock of crn cometh in
The aoting pallbearers were
composed of. the following old
ojdierg, his comrades and
friends: Henry R Keeler, H Cal
vin Afcner, Alexander Holshouser,
and J as A Lyerly of the Rowan
Artillary, Osborne M. Holshouser,
of the 46th. regiment and John
0. Morgan of the 8th regiment.
It was sad to see these old
cldiers bearing away one of their
dead as in the dark days of the
One by one they are fading away,
One by one they answer the call ;
A few hence, those worn the frey.
snail reach their home,
God. their all.
Mr. Barger. leaves three
fourteen grand-children a
large list of friends who
their loss We morn not as those
who have no h pe.
This only leaves W. H B st,
n i a wit;. - t . .
a idBBiiBi w lse ana possiDJy one
or two mjf i of Mr. Barger's old
P. S. The fam;!y of the late
Andrew lin ger isaes to thauk
their many frieuds for the kindly
eivio-t and sympathy extended
them during th illness and death
of their father, and grand-father.
Mrs. R. M. Marks a resident
of North Lee street, died Monday
evening from the effects of
tuberoulois. The funeral ser
vice was held at the house yes
terday afternoon, Rev. Byson
Olark of the First Presbyterian
poorcn, omoiatiug The inter
ment wa in Chestnut Hill cem
tery. A husband and one daugh
Lied at the residence of her
aaughter, Mrs. W. G. Watson,
Thursday Ju.v 25, Mm D. 0
West, widow of the Jae Jas H.
West. of M Ulla, Ithis c unty.
The funeral md iutermnt. was at
Prospect Presbyterian church in
West R)wai', Siturday morning.
Rev. R. V. CulLertson officiating.
Mrs. West is survived by several
children, & three sons and four
daughters, R N.. J C and Sam
I . West; Mrs. 3. M. Hart Mrs.
JJ.p. Hart, Mrs. J, S. Seaford
COURT BEALS TIGERS A OEATH BLOW.
Ab3Pf Half: of the I'Oafentoutii Pr eseat
Projierti Ordered Slzsd tar fir f (ies
Wilmington, July- 27,- Con
stituting what is regarded as the
most, severe psonn lary punish
ments ever imposed for violatic ns
of the prohibition law in North
Carolina, and what is : geuerally
believed to be a" death blow to
'blind tigerism" in Wilmington.
fineB ranging from Sjl,(00 tcS3 000
and costs were ordered against a
number of defendants by Judge
Frank Carter of Asheville in
superior court today when the
69 odd oases against those who at
the January term of court entered
pleas of nolo contendere to
charges of retailing were oalled.
Hardly half of the defendants
wtrei present to answer when their
names were called, and the bond
forfeitures to til well into the
thousands of dollars. The heav
iest fiues were against some of the
abient ones and the court ordered
that their r ronerty be seized up
on for the amount of the fiues
audcots. No straight road sen
tences were meted out but several
A the defendants were giv?n to
understand that if they failed to
raise the amount of their fines
that they wculd go to the roads
The mai mty of those who
answered when their cases were
called were found to have kent
faith in their agreement with the
tat and thir cuses were con
tinued until the September tftrm
of court under the fotmer order.
B nds forfeited by the absent
ones rai ged from $200 to $1 800
W. M. Pimpson, a former or
dained minister of the GosDel.
who has for the past seven cm
light yeirs bean doing defective
work, and hi C. Warren, his as
sistant, were the principal wit
nesses against those who had vij-
ated their agreement uot to en
gage in the whiskey business, af
ter entering the plea of nolo con
The heaviest fiues imposed wer
against J. W. Caps and J. O
Grimes, oth of whom were called
And failed. Judge Carter ordered
chat a fiue of $2,000 and costs be
recorded agaiLst each one of
them, in formal judgment, so bb
to stand as a lien upon their lands
or property, that their bonds be
forfeited and that alias capiases
be issued for their arrest if thev
oan be found.
A fine of $5,000 and cost was
ordered against J. E. Taylor, who
was called at d failed, but it was
There are urihaODT married lives, but a Wrfa tufuntfla rJ tftesa imtittnmr
tomes irflre due to tfier illness" of the wife, pother or daughter. The feelings of
nervousness, the bcfbggeU piad, the ill-temper, tne pale and, wrinkled face; hollow
,andjcircled eyes,- result most- often from those disorders peculiar to women.- ForV
the woman to be haftoy and iood-lookir.tf tb'a mn mhinllv hVe tfood health."
DfsiSfni-dowa feelinjls. hysteria, hot-flashes or ennstantlv returning sains aad 1
i -aones- are too great' s dram upon a woman s vitality iand strength.-7 Dr. rierce's
pP.mma TvnnM..: a, . i J. . -- I ... 1 .
j. iBiti.Miuuu rcmvnsa weaKsoa sick women to souna neaiin Dy reguj
latimj and. correcting the local disorders which are generally responsible for thir
above distressing symptoms, ' V
" suffered greatly for a number of years and for the past three'
' years was bo bad that nfe was a misery to me," writes Mrs. B. F. Dick- .
over, of Utica, Ohio, Route 4. "The doctors tojd me I would have to.
go to a hospital before I would ever be better. A year ago this winter
. and spring 1 waa worse than ever before. At each period I suffered like
one in torment, I am the mother of six children. I was- so bad for
five months that I knew something must be done, so I wrote to Dr. R. V. -Fierce,
telling him aa nearly as I could how I suffered. He outlined a
course of treatment which I followed to the letter. I took two bottles
of Favorite Prescription ' and one of ' Golden Medical Discovery ' and a .'
fifty-cent bottle of Smart-Weed," and have never suffered much since.
-1 wish I could tell every suffering: woman the world over what a boon, ,
" Dr. Pierce's medicines are. , There is no use wasting time and money
doctoring with anything else or any one else.
The Medical Adviser by R.V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo,
-N. Y., answers hosts of delicate questions about which
eyery woman, single or married ought to know. 'Sent free
on receipt of 31 stamps to pay for wrapping and mailing only.
Salisbury owiship Sundu School Conieo
tf on Met Sunday-
The annual convention of the
Salisbury Township Sunday school
Aiaociation was held in tbe audi
torium ot of the Southern Rail
way Y". M. C. A. at S.penoer Sun
day atternoon Of tbe twenty
Sunday Schools in the township
association fourteen were repre
sented by delegates at the meet
ing. There was a large attend
ance probably the largest in the
history of the association. R.
M Lionard, of Salisbury, was re
elected presidobt, and M. L. Ris
er, of Spencer, seoretary. .
The meeting was opeced with
devotional exercises led by Rev.
0, B. Heller, pastor of the Spen
cer and Chestnut Hi'l Presbyteri
an ohurcb.es. This was followed
ny encouraging reports from the
fourteen schools represented.
Next on tbe prcgram was an out
line of improvement in the Sun
day schools of tbe township duriug
the past year by A . L. Smoot of
Salisbury. This showed that
there has beeq. au increase of 50
per cent, in both attendance and
collections and that general in
tereit has advanced in the sam
proportion. Dr. C. M . Van Poole
county president, then made his
annual report which showed much
progress and increased interest in
Suuday School work. At tbe
cLse of tbe president's report the
ril call of schools was made and
fcuiteeu answered. Rsv. Jno. W.
Moore, pastor of the First Metho
dist chuicn of tniB city, tnen
made an interesting talk, telling
"How to interest Children in Mis
sions, and was followed by A. B
mm. -ini MiraMw Mia
ogteeby on "1 raining to give.
f r, 'Jnf. Ann Q n l.n 4J I.
ww Teacher" was ably discussed bv
.wFW.BCU " Hon. Jnhn H HnnHannn
and cost when it wbb
tne conrt tuat he was not
of as much properly as
A fine of $2,000 was recorded
against J. L. Bolton, who was
said to be out of the city on his
J. H Woebs answered to his
name and was given the alter
native of paying a fiue of $1,000
and costs, to waive the finder cf
a new bill of indictment, plead
guilty to the sale of whiskey to
persons unkuown, and to furnish
bond in the sum of $1,000 to ap
pear at each subsequent term of
court for two years to show cause
that he has been on bis good be
havior, or go to the roads for one
J. O. Grimes forfeited his bond
of $1,800 and Taylor a bond of
$1,700. Taylor's bondmen at
tached his property to satisfy
tbe amount of the bond.
Tbe musical program wis t
special feature of the meeting
Included in this was a vocal solo
by Miss Alma Dorsett, of Siler
City, and a piano solo by Miss
Carrie Home, of Spencer. The
Salisbury orchestra led in the mc
eical part of the pr gram.
Looking for a Location.
M A. Enders and Carl Gerlacb,
representing the Ford Motor Co.,
cf Detroit, Micbigan, were in Sal
isbury yesterday and wore shown
ver the city by H . A. Rouser,
representative or tuat oompauy
ore. lbes gentlemen are out
1 joking for a warehouse and an
assembling plant. Should they
decide to locate here they will
need a large building and will em
ploy a number of skilled work-
men. iney were lavoraniy im
pressed with Salisbury.
and Mrs'W. G. Watson, all resi
dents of this county with the ex
ception of Sam L West, who
lives in Jarks ni " countv. Ark.
She also leaves two brothers and
two sisters, W. B. Lowrence of
Columbia, S. C, and 8. A.
Lowrenoe of Mooresville. Mrs.
M. A. Brown, of Mt Ulla. this
county, and Mrs H. Nj Good
man, Mooresville. 'Mrs. West
was 78 years old.
The marriage of Miss
Earnhardt and Horace E.
ook place at tbe parsonage of the
M. E. Church in Sp'encer Sundav
night. Rev. H-C, Sprinkle, cas
tor of the church officiating. In
the same room on Thursday nigtt
Miss Olivia Moore, eisier of tbe
groom and I H. Ambrose wer
married. Miss Earnhardt is a
daughter i of Mrs. Sailie Earn
aardt of Salisbury.
ITGHIHB PREVENTS SLEEP
ECZEMA SUFFERERS COULD
HAVE COMFORT TONI6HT. "
D. M. Miller is now busy can
ping up fruits and vegetables of
all kinds as has been his custom
for a number of years He ex
pects to put up .about ten thous
and! cms this year. He gees atth-
business in the right way aud sel
dom loses a can. What Mr.
Miller does is what ought to be
done in every neighborhood.
There is always a good market for
clean well oanned fruits and vege
tables and there is no reason why
the abundance of fruit grown in
this 'county should be allowed to
go to waste. Here is a splendid
opportunity for profitable co-operation.
Seashore Excursion to Narfoik, Ya.
and irginia Seashore Resort e,
Tuesday, August 6. Two Special
Trains via Southern Railway.
Special train consisting of first
class ooaoheB and Pullman sleep
ing cars will leave Charlotte at
5:00 p. m. and Concord at 5:55 p.
m. Tuesday, August 6th, arriving
at Norfolk 6 42 a. m , on August
8oh. Ret am inn will leave Norfolk
at 6:80 p. m., Thursday, August
7th. Special train will a'so be op
era t fad from ,Rutherfv.rd ton leaving
that poiot at 4:00 p. m Tuesday
August, 6tb, arriving at Norfolk
the following morniug. Return
ing, this tram will leave Norfolk
at6:00p. m.. Thursday. Aueust ha
otn. 1 he train starting at Rutn
erfordton will handle business
from all points fnm Rutbetf.rd
ton to Belmont inclusive and
from Gaffnsy, S. 0. Passengers
from Chester to Pineville wiil use
( . m' n XT CO I ' I I 1
Biaiuo xi '. ujauu uiuuresviuo ana I J
intermediate points will use train IJ
No. 27, and from Gaffuey train V
No. 12 connecting with the sprcia
trains at junction poiuts. Two
whole days and on a night at tbe
seashore. Ample time to visit
Virgiuia Beach. Old Point Com
fort, Opeau View and the many
other points of interest in and
around Norfolk. See large flyers
for detail -d information. Fol
lowing low,, round trip rates will
apply from stations uamed :
Cbarktte $4 50; OoLcord $4 50;
China Grove t4 50: Rutbertord
tju $500; Shelby $5.00; Blacks
burg $5 00; Ki itfs M unman $5 00
Gistonia $5 00; Gaffn-y $5.25;
Chestir $5.00; R ck HiU $5.00;
Fort Mil! $5.00; Meorftsville $5.00
Davidson $5.00; HuntersviUo
o matter what price you want to piy, the best
your money-can buy is to be found bere. With
our combination of 9 stores, we are easily in a
class to ourselves in buying our goods, and we
buy at prices no small stores gefc 1 Then, too, we
sell for Gash only-
Buy 'em Cheap and Sell 'em Cheap"
9ur Store is always fillel with fresh, new goods, aud we would
like for you to compare QUALITY and PRICES. We often see
goods bought at other stores and where the customer pays 10 to 25
per cent, more than we ask for the eame article.
Are YOU paying this HIGH price? Some do.
and Trust Co.
Salisbury-, N. C.
NEXT TO OODRT HODBE
Will pay you 4 per ceut on
your deposits and compound
the interest quarterly.
This is a Big Bank, why not
between tbe ages of 5 Pea aa account with us?
. A. 1 I I r . - -r
auiiiwBiYa years nan rate. Li.w
round trip rates from all other
points covered by tame tram on
For Pullman reservations or
nny othr inf rmation, see your
nearest agnt', tr write, R. H. De
Butts, Dirisiou passenger agent,
Charlotte, N. C.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
wCv THE IMAMONU BKAMD.
Ladlnl Ask your lraclt for A
I'UU ia Red and romllicV
bp-ifJ. sealed iritli K.n- Ribbon. V
Tajie no other. Br of your V
'Jrncirt. Ask fo. 'l,i.t!Ili:(i.TKR -.
DIAMOND KRAAD PII.I.S. Fo.fe
SWB8V mWM FVERVWHERF
Graid Seashore Eicarsioa to Norfolk
and Virgiuia Seashore Points
Tharsda, Augist 1, 1912, via
bueoial train o usiiiiug of first
class day coaches aud standard
Pullman sUepiug cars, wiil leave
Salisbury at 0 p m , Thursday,
Auguse 1st. haodiiuir business
from all poiuts Salisbury to
Jamestown iuolusiy , airivine at
Norfolk at 6 :15 a in , Augu-rt 2ud,
retaruiug to leave Nortolk at 7
p m., August 8rd. Two whole
days and one night at the sea
shore, allowiug ample time to
visit Virgiuia Beaoh, Oceau View,
.Newport .News, Oid Point Com
fort, Hampton R ads. and the
many other points of luterest in
aud around Norfolk. Low rond
trip tickets will be sold from st
tion8 named at tho foilowiuc
Mortgage Sale o! House M Lot.
Pursuant to the terras and conditions
and by virtue of of the authority con
tainpd in on certain MORTGAGE
TRUST DEED executed by William
A. Crowell,and wife Janie Orowell to
D. O. Lingle on October the 22nd 1907
and register d in Book of Mortgages
wo. 01 page oao Kegisfr'8 Ulrica,
Rowan County, default havincr k on
made in the payment of the note se
cured thereby, the undersigned will
sell at public auction to the highest
oiaaer ror cash, at the court house
door in the city of Salisbury on
Saturday, August 10, 1912.
at 12 o clock m., the following describ
ed reat estate :
One hou?e and lot beginning at a
stake on the North East, side of Hank
street (extended) corner to Mary
Griffin's lot and runs thence with
Bank Street about North West 100 feet
to a stake ; thence about North East
86 feet more or less to James M. Mon
roe line: thence with Monioe's hn in
a Southern easterly direction 100 ft et
v a state on Monroe's Iiha
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In Agriculture. These e mres are both
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SallBtury I4.6D; Lin-?ood 14 60: GriiSin'a corner; thence with M v
r v ... ...lr3.:flQi: i . - . . J
Loxiugtou 4.ou; inomaB?uie ir'r"v "!
U 2o; High Poiut $4 25; Asbe-
borj 4 75: Kriudlemau $4 75:
Trinity 94 25.
Low round trip ratee from all
other poiuts covered by this ex
cursion in same proportion.
p jr Pullman reservations ct
any other formation, see youj
nearest agent, or, wri e, R H
DriButts, OharlottJ.N. C.
ine about South West 80 tt.
to the beginning, in the suburbs of the
west wara of the City of Salisbury
This July the 3rd". 1912.
D. C. Lingle, mortgagee.
P. 8. Carlton, attorney..
Mortgage Sale of Real Estate
mcKory, n. c.
College (Two a B c"urses 1 pT- IT a"d Departments :
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out examiaation and c ,nip!ete A. M degree in one vear Cahim 'Uh
eleatric lights, shower hath.,, r...: 5,?1.?- ?e yea.r- Stni heat,
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HhK Room rent' A W"' -.t, ,9.00 a
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Try this Remedy at Our Risk.
Many persons around her nnffoi
so much from eczema that they can
not sleep at night.
Sometimes the terrible Itching does
,not begin till bedtime. Babies and
young children not only suffer great
ly but their crvine kena
ana others awake.
j a muo oaxon saive, our
u Z, , remeay, would quiet the
frl, away and-Permit sleep.
And stUl better, it Is so reliable a
remedy that it soon heals the erup
tion and leaves the skin -smooth. Re
markable improvement is soon seen.
In all kinds of eczema, salt rheum-,
tetter, barber's itch, etc. Saxon Salve
has wonderful healing power because
iv penetrates tne skin pores and de-
euya .19 enns at the very seat
oi tae aisease. .
i We give back your moneyif Saxon
Salve does, not aatisfy you perfectly
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Ttte Cardui It will help you. Ask your druggist
Pursuant to the rroviion of a cer
tain Mortgage Deed of Trust datQd
the fourth day cf April, 1908, ex
ecuted by Annie J. Noble to B B
Miller, Trustee, and recjrded in Book
82. page 222, rf Rownn County Record
f Mortgag -8 to secure the indebted
ness recite J therein; default having
ben made in the payment of said in
debtedness and the holder thereof
naving demanded Ihh foreclosure of
aiu montage, tr.e unaersgned tru- J
6-b win sen to tne highest bidder for
?a9h, at the Court h .use door in
Monday Thn Twelfth D iy of
t 12 o'elock M. the following desi-Ni
ed premises in the West Square of the
city or saiissuiy. to wn :
Beginning at a stake on S E. side of
west Stree. ; thence 8. E 100 ft. to
stake on line of Lot No 2 : thence
JS. ao 'lit 50 ft. to "the old town
line; thence with ihe town "Hie N.
about 140 to a stake on West street;
hence rf. W. with Wen St. about 155
ft. to tbe bi-einnine. beine Lots IB unrf
17 on Lord's plat. See D.ed Book 87,
Also an other lot on West street be
tween Horah and Monroe - streets, be
ginnir g at a stake on West street 200
ft. from Monroe street Monre cor
ner;) thence with West 75 ft. fo
Rives corner; tV nee alongside
tivea' Jot Ea-tward 205 ft. more or
less, to a etaVe, R ves' eorner; thence
Southward, b unded bv Goler and
P.-ice and parallel with West street 87
ft. to .vler and Price -corner;, thence
Westward, paiallel wiih Monroe St,
bourded b? Price and Goler Moore's
lot,2C0'ft. tn the beginning, according
to survey in deed rr cored ed in Book
8?, page 50o of Deeds; Sre also Deed
Book 86, page 284. -"
This it the tenth day of July , 1912.
B. B- If tuusm, Truite.
Has since 1894 given "Thorough InatructJon under posltivelv Chriatian
Influences at the lowest possible cost." poaraveiy uiristlan
THE LEADING TRAINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS IN VIRGINIA
S150 pays all charges for the year, lncliidiug table board, room lkhta uteam
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except music and elqcutiou For catalogue and application blank S,
' REV. THOMAS ROSSER REEVES, B. A., Principal,
our Build og Material win please you,
Our ceiling aud eidiug at $1.00
per 100 feet win tickle you. Good
nan Lnmer Go. 'Ph405oneL.
Or. J. Thomas Wright
SPECIALIST IM GHROHIC WSFASE5.
r.Sky Scraper, 3rd Floor,
, - Salisbury, N ; C
Equipment inclndes Static Electri
city, X rayr Therapeutic Lights,
Eleetrie Vibrator, Vacum Tubes,
Vapor Bath. Operating Outfit, to.
Dr. F. 73. Thomas
Succt iBsor to Armstrong and Uunper
i03 W. Innea Telephone 120.
Office and 1 ogpital on InniBs St., near
Mansion House eorner. Day phone
Night phone 480. JUS.
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