THE CAROLINA YATCHLIAII
SHORT LOOAL ITEMS
,r W. Norman has ' purohasfld
the home of Mrs; J. W. vMauney
on South FuUon Street. : r
A. J. Henry has purchased a
thirty-nine f.cre farm on the old
Mocksville Eoad. " . -
Dr. and Mrs. J D, Carlton have
purchased the lot corner of Horah
and Ellis Streets.
C. C. Cauble, who has a posi
tion as seoond engineer on Clyde
Steamship Line with a ran" be
tween Ne v York aud Jacksonville
Fla , is on a visit to, his parents
here, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cauble.
H. H. Henderson, has been
elected night secretary of the
Spencer Y. M. C. A. Mr. Hen
derson succeeds C. L. Michael 'xe
sigoed. . '
Dr. R. M. Eames, well known
by all Salisbury, celebrated his
81 anniversary Sunday at the res
idence of his daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Richard Eames. Dr. Eames
is a splendid citizen, a successful
business mn and is. highly es
teemed by large circle of friends.
May he live as long as he may
Miss Maggie, daughter ofL. R.
Liogle, who has a position in the
supply office at Spencer, is now
enjoying a short vacation, part of
which she will spend in Washing
ton, D. C, and part with- her
brother, Rev. G. H. L, Lingle, in
The members of. Cordon Lodge,
I. 0. 0. F., who won the hand
some piano in the recent .Progres
sive Merohants' Contest, have
shipped the instrument, as an
nounced, to the Odd Fellows' or
phanage at Goldsboro. This is a
very creditable thing to do and a
very worthy institution is the
Senator Overman will speak at
Mocksville on political matters
Saturday, September 28th. ;
John H. Sparks advertising car
passed through Salisbury en route
for Mocksville to bill thaj town
for a show at an early date.
- T. F. Young has accepted a po
sition with Geo. H. Shaver and
would be glad to have hii friends
patronize him there.'
The citizens of East Spencer, in
the event the free delivery, which
was discontinued Saturday, can
not be restored have made appli
cation for the establishment of
a fourth-class postoffice there.
There are three applicants for the
job, to wit: W. T. Hartley, JOO.
Roaoh, and Mr. Coggins.
Clyde Jenkins, night clerk at
the Ford Hotel, who is kept at
his home in Gold Hill with, ty
phoid fever, is on the mend and, if
no set-back takes place, he will
soon be restored' to health.
The Dixie Concert Band and a
number of invited quests enjoyed
a Dutch supper in their band
room in the Hartman building on
Chestnut Hill Friday night. E.
H. Hooper was toastmaster and
prepared the feast This is a
splendid band and -deserves all the
compliments paid it. There was
plenty of music and speech mak
ing. H. E,.-Russell is president
and F. B. Moore, secretary- and
treasurer. 0. C. Laisiter is di
rector and Earl Lassiter, his son,
Oar friend A. L." Lingle gave as
a pleasant call Saturday. Ab has
been looking up the orations of
Julius Ceaser and Demosthenes
and if he finds anything among
them suitable for the present cam
paign will probably recite them
on a stamp somewhere soon. Ab
is for Judge Clark for Senator and
naturally wants everybody else to
Owing to some disagreements in
family affairs Albert Cauble
aud W. B. Hartly, eX-saperintend-ant
of the chain gang, had a fight
on Main Street Saturday morning.
It is said Mr. Hartly had been a
little domineering and young Can
ble was about to make beef steak
out of him, when pulled off. They
were put under a $25.00 bond for
their appearance Thursday.
The Uniformed Rank of the
Woodman of the World gave a de
lightful entertaiumint on the
Grubb building Thursday night.
Ice cream and cake were served,
the band furnished musio and the
- evening breefts were very bracing.
v Rev. B. S. McKenzie and wife,
who have been here several weeks
to be with Rev. , MeKenzieV sick
mother, lef tyesterda'y for their
home at Sioux Falls, S.; D.," ac
companied bV Miss Ellen; daugh
ter of Dr. W. W. McKenzie , T
. The last of the Bruner evangel
istic meetings -was v held in the
First Presbyterian ohurch Sunday
afternoon and was one of thelarg.
est held during the series. It is
said - his services accomplished
considerable good., Mr; Bruner
went from here to Greensboro
where he will hold services for
week or more.
A mail box has been placed at
the entrance of the Grubb sky
Boraper and is quite a convenience
to the public. . -- ,
The .' Misses - Boat, Hohson,
Foard, Tatum and Fowler, of
South River, are planning for their
ninth annual harvest moon trio
nic. The event ' will take place
Saturday evenings September 28.
H. W. MoAllister and son, W;
N. MoAllister, have placed a
stock of goods in their store on
Chestnut Hill. The firm name is
MoAllister & Son and' they will
carry a line of dry goods, notions,
shoes and gent's furnishings.
Mrs, Ellen S.; McKenzie, relict
of -the- late Chas. H. McKenzie,
died at her home on South Fulton
Street Thursday night at 12 :80
o'clock, the result of a stroke of
paralysis which took place about
a month ago. 1 Thef uneral took
fplace from St.' Luke's Episcopal
church -Saturday afternoon con
ducted by the rector, Rev. -F. J
Mallett, assisted by Arch Deacon
Harding. The remains were taken
toSt. Mary's .Episcopal church,
at Sumner, near the old McKen
zie hbrnsstead, where the inter
ment took place. , Mrs. McKenzie
was a' native of Rowan and a
daughter of Ben j. Sumner, one
J of the leading citizens of this sec
tion .in his day. Her husband
being a well-to do farmer and
sister of the late
Th"s, J; Sumner of
Julian Sumner of
Charles Sumner of Virginia; Mrs.
Hoke of Lmoolton, and Miss Lau
ra Sumner, both dead. She was
She was a
the stepmother of Sheriff Jas. H.
Major Steadman, congressman McKenzie and Mrs. Sallie N.
from the Fifth distriot, is ache-1 Sumner, of Linoolton. Her chil-
duled to speak in Salisbury dren consist of four boys who sur
Thnrsday, October 81st. vive: Rev. Ben S- McKenzie, of
C. L. Blanton, agent for the S W ,Mc"
Singer Sewing Machine Company M"". wosuiuurj; ar-
herefor several Years, has hn ne" ' enzie, or unicago;
transfered to the Winston-Salem Julian McKeQlie who h" be8n
with his brother at Sioux Falls,
8. D. ; one son, the late Thomas
offioa. H. T. Sanders', of Mt.
Pleasant, will . take the position
vacate! by Mr. Blanton .
At a meeting of the executive
committee of the County Far
mer's Union held at the Southern
Hotel Saturday afternoon, it was
decided to call the next quarterly
meeting of the county union to be
held in Salisbury, Friday, Sep
tember 27th. The meetings will
beheld in the hall of Winona
Council, Jr. O. U. A. M.
McKenzie and one daughter, Miss
L. Edith, - who was a constant
companion until the end. All of
her living children were present
except E. B. MeKenzie, who had
just returned to his work after
paying a visit to his mother. Mrs.
McKenzie lived a life of useful
ness to her family, to her churoh,
to her community. She was al
ways ready to extend aid and en
courage every good cause so far as
A. A. Hartman and ' Julius her means and opportunities would
Snipe caught a thirteen-and-a-half-pound
carp iq Second creek
one day last week.
A marriage took place in Char
lotte Sunday that is of some inter
est here! It was that of Miss
Emily Williams, daughter of Po-
licemadand Mrs. J.C. Williams
of Salisbury, and W. H. Leinster
of Charlotte. Miss Williams went
down to Charlotte on the early
morning train and the marriage
took place in the afternoon. Mrs.
L9inster has . been omployed as
a clerk in a store on South Main
Street. They will make their
home in Charlotte where Mr.
Leinster has a position with the
Southern Power Company .
As may be een by an advertise
ment, in this paper, the Ricmond
Boosters will bo here in; the morn
ing. v A committee has been ap
pointed meet them. (
SENATOR SIMMONS TO SPEAK. HERE.
permit. y Her life, a span of
three score and eleven years was
well spent and the world is
the better for her having been in
it. Her children grew up around
her into-useful and esteemed oiti
Z9ns, she justly proud of them
and they truly appreciative of
her. A well-rounded life has end
ed, a mother in Israel has gone,
merely wafted over the river by
the perfume-laden zephyrs in the
still, hours of the early morning,
there entering into the joy of her
Lord, united with those who have
gone before and awaiting those
left behind. Oar loss is her eter
Mrs. Hattie Lener wife of John
Leflar of Crescent, died last Wed
nesday afternoon after several
week's illness. She was about
88 years old and leaves a husband
and four children. The funeral
was held Thursday afternoon from
Bethanv Reformed -Church of
which-fihe was a member. Mrs.
Lefler was a daughteraof;MaxwH-
Impofted Speakers and
Chaifman Woodson Gf the coun-
w V Ktr Holshouser.of Crescent and a sis
mittee is endeavoring to obtain . V T.u -1 a.i.
out of the county speakers who it is
The Present and Neil Senator to be tad
Hers Sa'urday, September 28th.
Notice has-been received here
through Chairman Wejbb,' of. the
State Democratic Executive Com
mittee that Senator , Simmons,
candidate for re-election, will be
here Saturday, September 1.28, to
address rthe people, on the issues
ot the day and in his own behalf.
Senator "Simmons is one . of the
best posted miny in the country
and will deliver a speech full of
interest from beginning to end
and a few hours spent in listen
ing to him will be well Worth any
one's time. Many-of the ques
tions before tlje people this 'year
are new and .Senator Simmons'
talk will be edifying to a on
siderable extent." Let every one
com iff and hear him, Speaking
of his recent address in Charlotte
the papers of that city- made the
The Observer says : ThoBe who
mav have questioned the personal
tmd official popularity of Senator
Simmons, had their doubts re
moved . His . admirers even
might have been pardoned did
they express some satisfaction of
having been revenged 'tor the in
sults whioh had been persistently
hurled at their champion since
the campaign opened.
It was & night of evening up
scores. The splendid manner in
which Senator Simmons address
ed himself to that task and per
formed it, excited their unbound
ed admiration, and it waB with a
feeling of jubilation that they
sent him on his way to the field
throughout the State. His op
ponents have not only been put
on the defensive, but' sorely so.
He is not only the man his
friends have been claiming him
to be. He has to some extent
surpassed their expectations.
The Chronicle : Senator Sim
mons haB proven to the complete
satisfaction of the 1,500 people
who heard him last night his
entitlement to re-election. It is
true that they knew it before.
But they know it better now.
Great leader that he is, he . is
still a greater man. Gentle and
courteous, witty and keen, , calm
and oool, confident but not ego
tistical, Senator Simmons an
nounced his platform,, his reoord.
There was no appeal to pity, or
passion. There was no oratori
cal display to capture the emo
tion. Truly eloquent and force-
ul, Mr, Simmons demonstrated
the fact that he is almost a
generation ahead of of that class
of "placeseekers" who would de
stroy the splendid achievements
of a self-saorifioed lffe.
With a remarkable grip on the
conditions confronting the na-
ion, with a splendid conception
of the ideal Democracy, with an
intimate knowledge of the sub
jests under discussion, Mr. Sim
mons shows his audience that he
is the master, not the echo. It
was easily evident why Mr. Sim
mons knows He knows the how
and he also "knows the wfiy
Knowledge counts, and: North
Carolina needs men of knowledge.
' The Charlotte News : ;In ; one
of the ablest addresses ever heard
in the city, Senator Simmons
completely , knocked - the l4 props
from under the flimsy arguments
of , his opponents to :4he effect
that he is !'out of harmony with
his party," is not a progressive
Democrat," ,etc. . - - -
j The senator V well .says that
while he' does ? not favor women
suffrage and: thatT; brand, of al
leged pjrogressiveness, he stands
fonr square on the Baltimore
platform, and Joeing in perfect
harmony, with the principles of
the right type. - .
"I am running on my own re
cord ; not running away from it,'
declared the senator, and when
one gives that reoord a fair re
view, we believe he will be convinced-
that the senator has a
sound and firm foundation.
Answering the charge that he
favors the railroads and special
interests, the senator very' sar
castically remarked: VI do not
jlaim to abuse the" interests hy
day, and sleep with them by
night." That was a blow that
must cut deep.
The senator declared that this
attack on his political character
is merely for a "transient pur-
pose," and he feels sure
charaoter will be restored to
intact when that "transient
pose" is served.
Mr. Watts here Saturday.
A. D. Watts, private secretary
to Senator Simmons, was a Salis
bury visitor Saturday. Mr.
Watts, while recognizing the ne
cessity of considerable work in
any campaign covering the entire
State, has no hesitation in assert
ing Ihat Senator Simmons will be
nominated by a large majority at
the polls this fall. There are
abundant reasons why this slTould
FronrWew England Women
: Prove that Lydia;E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-,
. pound Does Restore the Health of -AJling Women,
Boston, Mais. I was passing- through the-Change of Life and suffered
'from hemorrhages (sometimes lasting- for weeks), and could get nothing, to
., check them. I began talcing ' Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ;
, (tablet form on Tuesday, and the following Saturday, morning the hem
' orfhages. stopped. , I have taken them regularly ever since and am steadily "
. gaining. '-,..'V .
"! ' I certainly think that every one who is troubled as I was should glT
;y6ur Cpmpound Tablets a faithful trial, and they will find relief.' Mrs.
GaoBQK Jrax, 802 Fifth Street, South Boston; Mass;'' ''-.::' 4-..';--.'i'- ;;''-'
Letter froni Mrs. iajKingnlSR
- Phosnix, E.I. "I worked steady in the mill from the time I was 13 years .
old until I had been married a year, and I think that caused my bad feel
ings. I had soreness in my side near my left hip that went around to my ;
back,- and sometimes I would have ta lie in bed for two or three days. I -was
not able to do my housework. ' . -. ' ' --
" Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has helped ine wonderfully in
every way. You may usemy letter for the good of others.- I am only tod ;
glad to do anything within my power to recommend your medicine." Mrs.
. Julia Euro, Box 283, Phoenix.-E.L , - ;'- . ; . '
Letter f rom Mrs Etta p6novan,WUlimantlcV Conn.
,Willimantic, Conn. 44 For five years I suffered untold agony from female
troubles causing backache, irregularities, dizziness, and. nervous-pros tra
tion. It was impossible for me to walk up stairs without stopping on the
way. I was all run down in every way. , . :
" I tried three doctors and each told me something different. I received
no benefit from any of them but seemed to suffer more. The last doctor .
said it was nrf" use for me to take anything as nothing would restore me to
health again. So I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
' to see what it woud do, and by taking seven, bottles of the Compound and
other treatment you advised, I am restored to my natural health." Mrs.
Etta. Donovas, 7Q2 Main Street, Willimantic, Conn. .
Letter from Mrs. Winfield Dana,; Augusta, Me. i
Augusta, Me. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has cured the
backache, headache, and the bad pain I had in my Tight side, and I am
perfectly welL" Mrs. Wisfxeud Dana, B.F.D. No. 2, Augusta, Me. "
Letter from Mrs. J. A. Thompson," Newport, Vt.M
- Newport, Vt." I thank you for the great benefit Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has done me. I took eight bottles and it did wonders 1
for me, as I was a nervous wreck when I began taking ;it. I shall always
speak a good word for it to my friends." Mrs. Jobs A. Thomfsok, Box 8
Newport Center, Vermont. - ' '
Letter from Missjrace Dodds, Bethlehem, N.H;
Bethlehem N.H. ' By working very hard, sweeping carpets, washings
ironing, lifting heavy baskets of clothes, etc, I got all run down. I was
sick in bed every month.
"This last Spring my mother got Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound for me, and already I feel like another girl. I am regular and do
"not have the pains that I did, and do not have to go fx) bed. I will tell all
my friends what the Compound is doing for me." Miss Gbacib B. Dodds,
Box 133, Bethlehem, N.H. '
For SO years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has been the standard remedy for fe
male ills. No one sick with woman's ailments
.does justice to herself who will not try this fa
mous medicine, made from roots and herbs, it
has restored so many suffering: women to health.
Write to LYDIA E. PIKKHAM MEDICINE CO.
( CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN. MASS.. for advice.
Your letter will be opened, read and answered
by a woman and held in strict confidence.
thought will draw a crowd and be
listened to Among them is Sen
ator Gore and Congressman Un
derwood. ' The Democratic com-
mittae of the county has arranged
iter of Mrs. L, C, Isenhour, of Sal
for three big speaking! during tbe for appendicitis, died Saturday
month of October, the dates being noon. His wife and brother. D.
the 12 6b, the 19th and the Zosn. D. Barrier, were with him when
The first meeting is to be held in death came. He was 42 years old
Landis and Hon. Locke Craig will and his remains were taken to Mt
be the principal speaker ; the aec- Peasant for interment.
ond meeting at Rockwell, where
George L. Barrier, of Mt.
Pleasant, who was being treated
in the Whitehead-S takes Sanato
rium and had been operated upon
Attorney General Biokett will be
the speaker ; on the 26th the meet
ing will be at Cleveland, and the
speaker will be Hon. Lee 8. Over
Thee will b a barbecue given
at eaoh meeting by whioh pater
nalistic methods it ii hoped the
orowds will be large. Chairman
Woodson also announces , that
there will be daylight canvasses ternoon after a few weeks illness
Miss Grace Hooks, aged 16
died at her home on Crawford
Street .Friday afternoon from the
effects of typhoid fever. Satnr
dv afternoon her remamB were
taken to St. Pet&r's Lutheran
churchin the country for inter
.Mrs. Eliza Harris, died at her
home near Salisbury Sunday af
of the county -by tne county
candidates dur'ng the month of
Unr Pnncrraanm an 'Donffh'
ton is also expected to be here
frequently. The dog law, court
hnnnA ontrase. the failure to
enforce the laws and other wrongs
Addition and Improiement of the Fire
The Salisbury aldermen
haye just contracted for an
up-to-date fire alarm, system
and it is to be installed with
in the next three or four
months. The contract was
awarded to the Gamewell
Fire Alarm Telegraphic
Company of New York and
calls for 14 boxes and full
equipment. It is one of the
most modern systems and
will assure the protection of
Salisbury as well as any city
in the State is now protected.
The big motor truck that the
city officials bought some
time ago is expected to arrive
at an early date. The comp
pany will send an expert
along with the truck Land
will stay here until the fire
department can handle it
The above equipment, ad
ded to our present apperatus,
will put Salisbury in a very
She was about 35 years old and
leaves a husband and five child
ren. The funeralwas held Mon
day. : Mrs. Sarah Knight, (wife of Al
fred Knight, of Kaunapolis. died
at that place early Monday morn-
umus "7 7 ingfrom the effects of tuberou
expected a u ..uu T. fnnarftt Wfta Ho11
every voser im w iuuu-uo bi . -
collar and march up to the p51s ,""""J
in Nnvnmhur And vote for a con
tinuance of the injustices heaped A new front is to be put m the
upon them. Whoop I - Great store room occupied by A. B. Sa-
the Rowan brand of "Democracy. 19JOJa
"Cafdui Cured Mew
For nearly fen years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks
of Tread way, Tenn.," suffered . with womanly troubles. She
says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I
could nof sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The
doctors gave me up. I read that Cardul had helped so
many, and I began to take It, and It cured, me, Cardul
saved my life! Now, I can do anything." ,
W)W D WomanviTonic
If you are weak, tJred,vorn-out, or suffer from any of
the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache,
backache, dragging-down feelings, pains In arm, side, hip
or .limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you
should try Cardul, the woman's tonic Prepared from per
fectly harmless, vegetable Ingredients, Cardul is the best
remedy for you to use, as It can do you nothing but good.
It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effects.
Ask your druggist He sells and recommends CarduL
WWf tot LailW Advtiory Dipt. Cuttanoecs Madldnt Co, Guttanoega. Took
fee Spedal InttracHont. tad M-past book. Hoim TtMtetatlor Women." tent fra. M
substantial position in the
way of fighting fires and
should be of some advantage
in reducing insurance rates.
Mrs. and Mrs. it. A. Raney to Leare.
R. A. Raney, a member of
the wholesale grocery firm of
Snider-Raney Company has
decided to move to Golds
boro and will make that city
his home. He recently mar
ried a Goldsboro lady and
they have decided to move
there. It is not yet known
what disposition he will make
of his interest in the whole
sale house here. Mr. Raney
is a young man of splendid
qualities and his many
friends here regret very much
to learn that he and his wife
have decided to leave Salis
SoDthern Alomiolom Compny Gbartirifl.
The Southern Aluminium Oom
pany, headed by French capital
ists, which is developing the um
completed Whitney plant and will
establish large aluminum worki
there was incorporated Monday
in New York under the laws . of
the State of New York, with a
capital of $0,000,000 to operate In
North Carolina. The director!
Adrin Baden, Leon Bartholin,
George Berges, Hippolyte Brraoh
ayer, Henry Branner, ' Oharleg
Michele Gote of Parnr, Hubert
Chalmeton da Oroy of Lovret,
Francesi Jean Sonnery Martin
aud Lazare' Wolf, Lyoni, France,
Zaohary Hoohohild, Frank-fort-Sar-le-Mein,
Germany; Dr. Paul
Haroult of New York.
Nature's laws are perfect , if only we obey them, but disease foUowa disobedi
ence. Go straight to Nature for the cure, to the forest ; there are mysteries there,
some of which we can fathom for you. Take, the bark of the Wild-cherry tree,
with mandrake roet, Oregon grape root, stone root, queen'a root, bloodroot ami
golden seal root, makea scientific, glyceric extract of them, with just the right
proportions, and you have '
DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
It took Dr. Pierce with the assistance of two learned chemists and pharma
cists, many months of hard work experimenting to perfect
this vegetable alterative end tonio extract of the- greatest
Ms. C. W. Pawley, of Millville, Calif! , writes: "I wish
to teUrou that I have used your ' Golden Medical Discovery
in my family for twenty years. We have had a doctor called,
in but once during that time.- I have a family of ted chil
dxen, all well and hearty, for Which, to a great extent, we owe
thanks to yoir and your 'Golden Medical Discovery' and
'Pellets,' which we use when sick.'.'
Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellets regulate and-invigorate
and hnwels. Sutfar-coated. tinv granules.
W'' ' unin ry at.t. nnunniSTS.
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C W. Pawley, Esq World's Uispensary aieaicai Awwaauon, duiuuu, xi. a .
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SiLISBIIttY RE iLT Y & IHSUBINCK CO.
122 N. Main St.
Salisbury, N, C.
Reorganized and Consolidated
The utiisraigaecl who were connaatei with two other firm) have now
reorganize and coasolidated their basinaaj Interests" so as to offer
greater advantages to- their mmy catoaurs. -
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to offer. : '
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, MOTORCYCLE CONTEST
I hereby nominate aa Contestant in your Motorcycle' conntest:
B. F. D. Route Nominated by......;...
r , la no ease will nam of nominator be divulged
peat sum wa realized by the boys
Do Yoa Want a MotorcyisleBoysLreadaboat the contest.
A Urge crowd was present and