Tfti OAftOLINA WATCHMAN, a splendid motorcycle free.
WK. II. SrzWlRr. Ed. and Prop
Entered at leeond-elaBS matter Jan.
Uth. 1605, at the po.t office at Salis
bury, N. O., under the aet pf Congress
t Mareh 8xd, 1878. 7 -
'Published every Wednesday at
120 West IoDea Street. .
aitiiPDBT, N. C. Srpt. J 8, 1912.
fba Watchman and Records' Annual Con
test Now On.
As has been the custom of The
Watchman aod Reo rd for the
past tea years to coudacfc a voting
contest, we have, after consider
aMe effort and tkoaght arranged
to" make a high class motorcycle
oar first priz and a good bic j cle
as second. It is not our intention
to spout mach hot air'ou thin sub
ject, for we hav-j the machines
that speak for themselves, and
will describe them in' fall in
due course of time, suffice it to
A LITTLE PIEOE OF MEAT
FOR YOUR VOTE .
Ia the seventies and later ral
lies of the good people iu a gold
cause and for the election of good gay at this time that the motor
men, when statesmen Bpoke with cycle is a Pope, mad by thVPope
tongues of earnestness against the Manufacturing Company, of Hart
wrongs being practiced by the rad- ford, Conn., is fully guaranteed
loali. carpet baggers and dema- theeaua', if not the superior, of
gogusi, there was justification for Hny 0d the market . It retails f:r
the barbecue. It was serving a $200 and if the winner does not
gocd purpose and the best people want it, he will have no trouble to
of the community were present dispose of it and make other rise
and gladly lent their aid for the of the money. He could take a
success of the cause. That was trip to England or elsewhere and
Democracy's fight against its ene have mr uey to spare . This is the
mies. To day in this county the biggest thing so far offered in this
conditions are almost reversed, line in Rowan. The secern d prize
The Democracy willfully and ma- is a coaster-brake Ircquou9 bicycle
lioioutly persists in doing the made by the J. L. Meade Cycle
very things which its enemies did Company of Chicago,
years ago. In the refusal of the A nomination coupon oau be
county commissioners to allow the found in this paptr If you wish to
people to vote on the farm life enter this contest, or name sime
school proposition, in the refusal one else, fill it out and mii or
to make provisions for the farm bring it to this offioe at once An
demonstration work, in the refu- early start and an active canvass
sal to submit the court house means much for the success of
proposition to the people, popular your efforts. Corae in to see us
government has been kicked if possible and let us give you pa-
arouDd like a hound dog. A great pars, receipt books, etc , and get
people, 87,000, by an improper you started right. This contest
law being misconstrued and used is open to any white persoa any-
lo that one single individual has where and there are no restrictions
spent or has mad obligations ad to where or how many names
gainst the oounty aggregating you ycu may get.
$150 000 have been mast outrage- The Watchman is the oldest
ously used. and only free newspaper in the
The laws of the State have and countv. It strives to rftnrAnf.
are being frequently violated and our hom people, defend them
the officers whese duty it is to Uud furnish them with the news,
"fru" mixvu euiuB9 bodiu ku ue me town ana county news espe-
m league with law breakers and cially. It is gotten up especially
against tne.iaw abiding. - . for its readers and its .contents are
Numbers of the Democratic? oondensed, trimmed of useless rap
nominees are ot tnis very same etitions and sensationalisms, and
tripe and, if elected, will pursuH with The Rowan Record,: gives
toe same course, so unjust, so don- those who wish it a SEMI-WEEK-
trary to popular rule and true Da- LY second to none in the State,
taocraof. so extravagant and bo The price of the two papers, when
Iikkou logexner ig only i uu per
year, and the securing of renewals
guardians of the law and our and subscriptions will be found
nghts. I both i easy and pleasa'nt.
iUIUfig uoiug muu huu ina soneauie or votes is given
nown of all men whoonlv occas- elsewhere, tha nomiuetion blank
ionally open their eyes and mind entitles you to 1000 votes, and
to the light is why speakers from ooupons worth 50 votes eaoh will
adistanoe, unacquainted with and be published from ti-ue to time.
A New Hotel for Salisbfl.f. -
M Salisbury Js to have a new" ho
tel and i(Js said, it wi 1 -be built
ationcev Yesterday W. C. Petty,
manager of - the Stonewall hotel
of Charlotte, closed a deal for a
kt 72x102 f'riet on the carrier c'f
of Council street and the drive
way leading to the paisenger
station fronvthe westi adjoining
the passenger station. He guarau
tes to begin the erection of a
modern s;venty-four?room 'hotel
on this property, the work on
it'to begin within the next 80
days and the building to be com
pleted within a year. The 'build
ing will be of y el iow' pressed
brick and granite .and it will be
one of the nicest buildings in the
city. This will be' the fourth ho
tel for 8Blisbnry; Efforts have
bjen on foot for some time to
bring about this enterprise and
it is with much satisfaction on
the part of our citigns to learn
of its consumption. This will
add considerably to the appear
ance about the passenger station.
Many Driven Pr om Home
Every year, in many parts of
the country, thousands are driven
from their homs by coughs and
lung disaes. Friends aud bus
iness are left behind for other
climates, but this is costly and
not always sure. A better way
the way of multitudes is to use
Dr King's New Discovery and
euro yoursalf at home. Stay right
there, with your friends, and take
this sftfb medicine. Throat and
inns troubles find quick relief
and health returns. Its help in
coughs, colds, grip, croup, whoop
ing-cough and sore lungs make it
a positive Ideesii.g. 50a and $1.00
Trial bottle free Guaranteed by
WHEN YOU YAWN
A GOOD DEAL
In the day ..time, And feel dull,
lazy and discouraged, you have
every symptom ef a torpid
liver. '. 7'
Simmons ; Red Z Liver Reg
ulator (The Powder Form) is
a fine tonic for a disordered
liver. It acts promptly. The
bilious impurities which have
interfered with the free action
of the liver are driven out, the
s to mach is cleansed and
strengthened so that it- can
more thoroughly digest food.
The bowels-are purified and a
regular habit re-established.
It is. a splendid medicine for
thev whole sysem, Promotes
a feeling of energy, mental
activity and cheerful spirits.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1.00
Ask for the genuine with the Bed Z on the label. II
yoo cannot get Jt, remit to oi, we will send by mail
postpaid. Simmons Liver Regulator is alto put np in
liquid form lor those who prefer it. Prce, 1.00 per
bottle 1.00k for the Red Z label.
J. H. ZE1UN ft CO., Props., St Louis, Mo.
m Low .
m Fares I
I . r t .-. .
uuminaiui oi our conaitions, are
I I u l i ...
7"uruu8U lunBre 50 1Dvei- Smi Spencer Items.
Ele oar Deonle into votina for a I
continuation of such a despicable M,8B Mtie HadeD who fias
traversity on Djmooracy. a num- been qaite sick -at the home of her
ber of the nominees, aware ot brokh8r J- Hadeu, for the past
Of their unfitness, haven't got the week' is c:B8i(Jerably improv d,
hardihood to face the people and The other menib9" of the tUy
can't ge$ the ptople to come out who were Sl have Tered.
and hear them. So a piece of The Spencer graded school
roast meat is to be flung out as a board has rented the building of
bait.- The party is in a desperate the Reformed Church, located
straight and every weakling ia to near the school grounds, for the
be sought out and induced in use 'of one of the grades in the
some manner to cait a vote for school this year. Theastioi: was
the WHOLE ticket and thus elect taken in order to relieve the con-
the bad with the good. People of gestion in the attendance in the
Rowan the devil is after you with lower grades. The school ha
ft long pole, and he comes in the. 510 dependent upon it for an edu
guise of our -ld friend, Djmocra- cation, aud only room enough for
oy. Are yon going to be caught? 400 students.
The Lutheran congregation of
Speucer, of whioh R jv. George H.
Cox is pastor, is making an active
canvass this week for funds with
which to erect a new chtirch build
ing on Carolina avenue. It is
hoped by the end df the week the
necessary funds will be in sight.
Dr Cox. siuce
Several Fires Today.
Fire on East Henderson beH
tween 1 and 2 o'clock today
destroyed two houses belong
ing to Mrs. Mary A. Whita-
ker one belonging to Robert
F. Hoover and one belons-ing"
to Wm. A. Smith. The loss
will probably reach $6,000,
partly covered by insurance.
The old building corner of
Jiast lnnes and Lee Streets,
caught hre early this morn
ing and badly burned the in
tenor. It is occupied by a
s . a; a i .
uimuiiger. operated oy onrk
good friend Lt. CoL J.:j7f
uuaany, Dutaon t say anys
thing about it, the officers
will find it out and call for
The flen Who Succeed
as beads 1 of large enterprises art
men of great enargy. Success to
day, demands health. To ail is
to fail. It's utter folly for a mau
to endure a weak, run down, half
alive condition when Eleotric Bit
ters will put him right on his faet
in short order. "Four bottles
did me more real good than any
othsr medicine I ever took."
writes Chas. B. Allen, Sylvania.
Ga. "After vears of suffering
with rheumatism, liver, trouble.
stcmach disorders, and deranged
kidneys. I am again, thanks to
Electric Bitters, sound and well."
fry them. Only 50 cents at all
'KNOW IT WELL.
Fiollltr Features Well Known to
Urea's of Salisbury Citizens.
ouraen in many
- A familiar
The burden of a 'badack."
A lane, a weak of an achine Ln4 th'.t n,a :n
Ofien telh of kidnev ,1!,. at an early date. Dr Cox,
congregation is greatly en-
Doan's K;dnev Pills are for becoming pastor of the church
weak kidneys. , here has been active iu . the work
TT - a . i i- I
xierw odiisuury sescimony : ot securing a modern church and
mr. a i . rarser, ous iuast the
uemetery et.t aausnury, jn .0.,
aavs: "We recommend FWn'a
Kidney Pills as we have usd About three huudred laborers
them and found them to be just have been set to work by the oon
advertissd. in my case I had tractors, 0. W. Lauo& Co., of At-
ZZ:1'a.:?:. "T " . . -irf lanta- ,Q radi new railroad
wua mJm M. was BIBU HUU-
Bol. Murder Near Pilot Mountain.
Winston. Salem, Sept, 12 A
bold murder was committed near
Pilot Mountain, a few miles from
here yesterday morning, . when
George Snyder shot atd instantlv
killed P F. Cook, a prominent
farmer of that section. Th
shooting wai the result of a dis
pute over a barn of tobacco.
Witnesses of the ctime declared
that Snyder fired four shots into
Mr. Cook with a revolver and that
when the last shot was fired the
victim lay dead. Snyder rai
making good his escape. When
last seen. Snyder was making his
way. towards the Virginia line.
On the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays
of each month the fares are
extra low and allow stop
overs free and 25 days time
via Cotton Belt Route to
The Cotton Belt Route is the
direct line from Memphis to
Texas, through Arkansas
two splendid trains daily, with
through sleepers, chair cars and
parlor-cafe cars. Trains from
all parts of the Southeast make
direct connection at Memphis
with Coiton Belt Route trains
to the Southwest.
Write lo me today
I will tell you exact fare
t from your town, sched
. and send you tplen-
V 4- illustrated books of
M "' farm facts about Arkan
sas and Texas.
r.' H. H. SUTTON.
District Passenger Agent
M. B. HOLTSFORD,
109 W. 9th Street
s 5 i
All yew Tourist
Tickets also on
sale Daily to cer
as. 90-Hays limit.
ject to headache and dizzy spells
My kidneys were weak. I did
' not find much relief until I used
Boan'f Kidney-Pills. They re
stored my kidneys to a normal
condition and stopped the pains;
'Another' mdmbar of the family
offered from kidney complaint
and backaohe. In his case,
JJoau's Kidney Pills
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents Fosfier-siiiburn Co.", Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
- Bemember the name Doans and
take no other.
from Denton, Davidson county, to
High Rock, a distance of seven
miles. Steam shovels are being
used, and it is statad the ground
is so hajd and dry that it is nec
essary to blast loose the dirt before
ft can be handled. Only one im
portant bridge it nqaired on the
gave conl- new road, aud it is expected that
Denton will be connected with
Hizh R.ck Ly rail by thd &ud . cl
the present year Later the road
will be extended to High Point
and other places.
,Thb Nomination Blank
good for 1,000 votris.
18 THR FARTRST PTlTft'rr vn
GE,TS THE MOTORCYCLE.
Knocks the Boosters.
Greensboro, N C. Sept. 10.
The G eensboro Merchants asso
ciation this afternoon adopted
resolutions condemning the R ch
moLd booster trip to North Caro
lina for the alleged reason that a
large number of whiskey dealer
were among the party. This class
of business men, -the resolution
states, isone debauching the citi
zens of this prohibition state in
total disregard of the moral law,
and the association goes on record,
as refusing to extend welcome to
the Riobmond boosters until they
purge their party of this most uu
the contest at
once and win
Report of tha condition of the
BANK OF SPENCER
at anencer in th State of North Caro-
lino k il .rs C U.
Sept,. 4, 1912.
lxmns and Discounts. 7S01i as
uveraraics scnipa 144 07
Furniture and Fixtures 1.100.00
iue irom bankg and bankers lfl fl7i ??
ouvercoin, inenidini? aJ mi-
cj - -
nor coin currencv KtQi
national Dank notes and
other U.S. notes 6,135.00
lotal . ...f 105,415 60
Capital stock paid in $2,500.00
uuuiviueu pmnts, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
nvm -7.V 1,425 49
jLime cerunciites ot aeposit. 5,000.00
uepositg suhject check. ... 73,99f 11
State of N. 0., county .bf Rowan, as.
I, J. K. Doraett, cashier of the nhiva.
named bank, do. solemnly swear that
the above statejitfnt is true to the best
J. K. Dorsktt, cashier.
J. W. Carlton )
J. G. Busby, Directors.
-E. Cf Sasser, )
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 12th day of September. 1912. '
W. A. Go-iDMiN, notary public.
i . m m m u . - . mm m m m .
The buyers for Bellas 9 stores are now in New
York buying fall goods in great quantities. We all
buy together and we get the very lowest prices that
can be made, and this is one good reason why we can
sell goods so much cheaper than our so-balled com
We are already showing lots of new Fall Goods;
Coat Suits, Clothing, Shoes, Outings, Canton Plan-
nel, etc. Other goods coming every day.
Will Arrive on This Schedule
First Day, Monday, September 16
Newbern . . . .
Kinston.. . ... . .
Goldsboftf.. . . .
.'. 7:00 A. M.
. 9:35 A. M.
.11:45 A. M.
. 1:20 P. M.
. 3:2 P. -M.
. 4:30 P. M.
. 7:15 P. M.
12:30 A. M.
9:00 A. M.
10:00 A. M.
12:10 P. M.
2:10 P. M.
5:30 P. M
Second Day, Tuesday, September 17
Raleigh......... 5:00 A.M.
Fayettevllle .... 8:00 A. M. 9:50 A. M.
Maxton .11.00 A. M. 11:15 A. M.
Bennettsville ..11:55 A. M. 12:25 P. M.
Darlington 1:15 P. M. 1:45 P. M.
F!orence 2:15 P. M. 2:55 P. M.
Sumter 4:05 P. M. 4:55 P. M.
COLUMBIA ... 6:25 P. M.
Third Day, Wednesday, September 18
'Blaekftburg J. . .
7:00 A. M.
9.50 A. M.
10:35 A. M.
12:15 P. M.
2:20 P. M.
4:05 P. M.
4:35 P. M.
5:40 P. M.
6:30 P. M.
5:00 A. M.
9:00 A. M.
10:10 A. M.
10:55 A. M.
1:15 P. M.
3:10 P. M.
4:20 P. M.
4:50 P. M.
5:55 P. M.
Fourth Day, Thursday, September 19
Charlotte . . .
Salisbury .. .
High Point .
Henderson . . .
. 6:30 A. M.
.10:25 A. M.
.11:15 A. M.
1:30 P. M:
4:05 P. M.
5:00 A. M.
9:25 A. H. 2h. 55m.
10:50 A. M. 25m.
11:45 A. M. 30m.
-.2:30 P M. lh.
4:15 P. M. 10m.
March to Auditorium
Souvenirs Free from These Firms
Novelties, Pictures, Booklets, Etc., Etc
American Bread and Baking Co.
August Grocery Co., Groceries.
Julian C. Anderson & Co., JReal
A. G. Anthony, Jr., Liquors, Cigars.
Geo. McD. Blake & Co., Groceries,
Blanton & Co., Real Estate.
Blnswanger & Co., Glass.
S. H. Bowman, Tourjst Agent.
H. C. Boschen, Shoes.
The Burton System, Inc., Outdoor
Chemi Company, Auto Accessories.
H. Clarke & Sons, Liquors.
Cottrell Saddlery Co., Harness.
The Cor ley Cb., Pianos, Victors.
R. L. Christian & Co., Groceries,
The Craft Piano Co., Pianos.
Chamber of Commerce. Richmond.
The Duniop Mills, Dunlop Flour
, Freeman Advertising Agency.
John Foege, John, Jr., Cigars.
First National Bank.
J. E. Fowler, "Cherry Smash."
Gordon Metal Co., Roofings, Tin,
Green & Redd, Real Estate.
A. Hatke & Co., Liquors.
The Hammond Co., Florist.
C. B Haynes & Co., Edison Talkinr
Home Brewing Co., Beer.
Howe & Fox, Real Estate.
C. Haase & Sons, Furriers.
Jones Bros. & Co., Furniture.
The Jefferson, Hotel.
Phil G. Kelly Co., Liq uors.
Mass. Mutual Life Ins. Co.
McClure, Davenport, Taylor Co.,
J. B. Mosby & Co.,-Dep't Store.
Merchants National Bank.
Walter D. Moses & Co., Pianos,
M' trapolltan Engraving Co., Cuts.
Noriolk Southern Railroad.
National State and City Bank!
Noah Remedy Co., Noah's Liniment.
National Cash Register Co.
Planters National Bank.
Parker-Brawner Co., Advertising
Pollard & Bagby, Real Estate.
P".rily ,!rc,e Crean Corporation.
"The- Velvet Kind. '
Richmond Electric Co. Motors.
iL W. Rountree & Bro. Trunk &
Bag Co., of "Roller fray" fame.
Chas. M. Stieff, Pianos. .
C. F. Sauer Co., Flavoring Extracts.
Schwarzschlld Bros., Jewelry.
Smith-Courtney Co., Machinery.
Southern Manufacturing Go., Good
Luck Baking Powder.
Sydnor & Hundley, Furniture.
Thalhlmer Bro8., Dep't Store.
The Times-Dispatch, Always Boost
ing. Triagle Drug Co., One of the fights of
Underwood Typewriting Co., Un-
Virginia Bonded Warehouse Co.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Fertilisers t -
Virginia State Insurance Co., Fire.
Virginia State Pair Association,
Oct. 7-12, 1912,
Everett Waddsy Co. Mfg. Stationer.
B- W. Wilson Paper Co., Everything
M U1C 1JI1C.
J. T. Wilson Co., Inc., BuUders,
J. E. M. Walker, "J. E. M." Ci
OF THE SOUTH
Meet Us at the Train
Listen to the Band
See the Boosters Parade
Mortgage Sale of Real Es ate.
Pursuant to the provisions contain-
tVSVlisf il- The-Alhenian Oath.
S?, VJf.l Ib 8ogge8ted that Sq.
the the under signed, on the 1st dar P,rmtflntllD' Alexander Graham
e A a aIj. 1 'I m . .
oi August , ioz. uauis navmg been ot the oiby aahools require each
made in the Davment of this dohf , 1 H
which said mortftae was given to sp. and every pupil subscribe" tc the
cure, the undersigned will sell at famous Athenian oath pledaine
door in the itv f Saljsburv on th Royalty to their city whm the
1ST. DAY Or uuiuoaK riicx I , "chools open feh:s week The ens
the following -proj erty: Beginning at tom uoa haa
stone bv a Dost oak by the side of
the road, thence south 56 east 26
poles to a stone by a large cedar.
thence south 2 west 12J poles to a
stone bv a Pirn, thence north 56 west
32 poles to a stoi ea,t of Esq. (Jot
ton's twn !( 'tracti thfcncj north
30 east 13 poles to the Detuning, oon
tatninqr 2 acres G Hill, town
ship about one m'1(' f rom tfte town of
Gold Hill, N. C- , conveyed.by the said
James M. Scott and wife, Margaret
Scott, to satisfy the debt provided for
in said mortgage. -This
August 27, l12- ' '
John H, Soott.
Jolm J. Stewart , attorney.
C ntiuental EaroDe aod
iu America for y?ai and has sery--d
it is said a valuable purpose in
the promotion of civic prfde and
interest. The mayor of Boston
recently ordr id the saperiutan
dent jf the B iston public Bjhoola
to rt qair all pupil-to take this
pledge of civic fealty aud
duty. Charlotte Observer.
That word "requite';
connection, , reminds one of a
spoiled egg's extd;Bion on a Pnnoe
' The Athenian oath is as follows:
"We will nWer bring disgraoe to
this, our city, by an act of dishon
esty or cowardice, nor ever desert
our suffering comrades in the
ranks; we will fight for the ideals
and sacred things of tha citv. hnf.h
alone audwith many; we will re-
vere and oSey the c.tv's lawa
do our best to incite a like ray
apect and revereme in those abeve
as wno are prone to anwil nr T
8,t thm at naughf ; we'will strive
unceasingly to quicken the pub
lic's sense of civic dutv. Thno
aU these ways, we will trLa.
iu thiglthii city noi rial, nofc leaa. but
greater, better and more beauti
ful than it was transmitted to us."
The Salisbury schools are now
in their seoond week and it would
not be inappropriate to call fdr
th;se whD will volunteer to the
take the oath But let there be
discrediting to thos3 who do not
wish to do so.
s4!8111 HW ST morted? it
III JLL nce.s- Each l00-oo costs yon 7.5o
?t Jith OT ?n o Per year. We do not re
(jnpWr,0.,KC.'i0D' STAND RD HOME
IMt ' Mutual 81 a8-., Richmond, Va.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
tjf. ni win i . . '
ftrrr a DSUO UOOQB
jt w maw' ISot r i
yests kaorass Bisl s& si . t. .11.1.1