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Si.Lij8BiBT N, 0. Octobtr 16, 1912
Democrats and Republicans sow Making
a Rouoii of the Coaatf. ;
Th Taribus Demooralio and
Bepablioau . Candidates for tbe
different county office are now
baay appealing to the people -for
vote The republicans have
adopted a platform and the Dem
oorats just merely want the jobs.
The Republican itinerary is as
Fraukhn, Academ , day,
Thursday, October 10.
Woodlbaf, Speaking at nrght
Friday. Octobsr 11
Mouu; Ver.j n, in day, Satur
day, October 12.
Teague's School Hoaa, at
nigbt, Saturday, October "12. -
Clovelaud, in night. Monday
Steele, Ku jx's Store, day, Tues
day, October 15.
Mount Ulla, Sohool Houie at
- night, Wednesday, Octo' er-16
Landis, at night, Thursday, Oc
Atwell, Patterson's School
House at u'gtn, Friday October
Enochville, ia day, Saturday,
October 19. "
Chiua Grove, in day, Monday
Bostiau's X Roads, Culp and
Menius School House, day, Tues
day, Ootober, 22.
Rockwell, in day, Wednesday.
Faith. Speaking at night,
Thurday, October 24.
Granite Quarry, dpeaking at
night, Friday, October 25.
Gold Hill, in day, Saturday,
Morgan, Morgan's Muster
x Ground, MoLday, October 28.
Hatter' Shop, Pool's sohool
house, day, Tuesday, October 29 .
Rowan Academ $v in day, Wed
nesday, October, 30.
Grant Creek, Cowan's school
house, day, Thursday, October, 81.
Mr. Oonghiaa To Speak la Stanlf. .
.r Reports are being received here
daily of the very effective work cf
Hon, R. L Doughton, Democratic
candidate for Congress, is doing
for the democratio party in the
westefn pait of the district. He
has recently completed a canvass
through Alexander, Ashe and
Wautago, and was greeted every
where by goodsiyed, enthusiastic
The farmers of the district are
evidently proud of theirrspresent
ative in Congress, and Dis record
while theri would seem to justify
it. If the measures he worked so
hard for had not been killed by a
republican President and Senate,
aftea being passed by a democrat
ic House, the fanners and every
body else would now te paying
two cents leas for sugar', three or
live dollars less on every suit of
clothes and about fifty per cent
lesB on farm tools aud machinery.
When one rcfl-icts that this sav
ing would amount to more than
double the combined town, county
and State taxes of the average
tax-payer for a year, it,is no won
der that the business man and
farmers are lined up behind him
with the determination that his
election shall be overwhelming
and this money-saving legislation
thus rendered more certain.
It is understood Mr. Douifhton
will speak at Bethel, m Cabarrus
County, on the 23rd aud at Mt.
Pleasant in same county on night
ofthe24ch. The Stanly County
people have arranged four dates
for him in that cou: ty on the
25th and 26th, speaking at Mill
ingport, October 25th, at 2 pro.;
at Oik Grove school house same
day at 7:30 p m. ; Rocky River"
Springs, October 26th, 1:30 p m. ;
Nw London, Ootober 26th, at
The Democratic itinerary is as
Steale, Knox's Store, Friday,
Landis, barbecue, Saturday, Oc
Mount Ulla, Sherrill's Store,
Monday, October. 14.
Mount Ulla, speaking in school
house at night, Monday, October
Atwell, Cornher's Store, Tues
day, October 15.
,. Atwell, Patterson's sohool house
at night, Tuesday, October 15.
Enochville, Wednesday, Octo
China Grove, Thursday, Octo
Boston X Roads, Friday, Octo
Rockwell, barbecue, Saturday,
Faith, speaking at night, Mon
day, October 21.
Granite Quarry, Monday, Ooto
Granite Quarry, speaking at
night, Monday, October 21.
Gold Hill, Tuesday, October 22.
Morgan, Morgan's Muster
Ground,-Wednesday, October 23.
Hitter's Shop, E list's Store,
Thursday, October 24.
Rowan Academy, Friday,,Ooto
ber25. Cleveland, barbecue, Saturday,
-Grant Creek, Safrit's Store
Monday, October 28.
Selling Lois af Whitney
A party of Saiisburians
others attended a big lot sale at
Whitney last Thursday, wheii a
considerable amount of property
was sold at auction. It is said
there was a large crowd at thi
ale whiob was delayed somewhat
at the start due to the face that
the . wives of tbe owners of the
property had not signed an option
secured by the selling agents.
After a lengthy-conference, be
tween the owners, the agents, and
the prospective' purchasers an
aereement was reaohed and the
sale started. Four buildings and
lots were sold and nineteen resi
dence lots. The property was bid
off, it ii said, by parties who ex
p9Ct to make a good sum off the
deal. .; The public is much inter
ested in the development at Whit
ney and property values are being
watched with considerable interest.
Oct. 9 Word has just been re
ceived here from Charlotte an
nouncing the death of Mrs. Evan
Wyatt, widow of Gilbert Ivey
Wyatt who was a Confederate
veteran. She lived at Faith for
many years, but a few weeks ago
her daughter came up and took
her to Charlotte. For many years
she received a pension as she was
never married after her husband
was killed in the civil war. She
leaves one son, one daughter, a
number of grand children, some
great-grand- children and one
gteat-great-grand child. She was
about 78 years o?d. A number of
pnople attended the funeral and
the burial took place in Charlotte.
Thus passes away another one of
the jivil war pensioners. She had
been feeble with dropsy for sever
al months which was the cause cf
Hilbert Fisher, who has been at
home on a furlough visiting his
parents, has returned to his post.
He has been attending the Na
val Academy at Annapolis, Md.,
for some time and is getting along
flue with his studies.
Little Miss Lena Brown is visit
ing her grandfather James Richie.
Young granite cutter at Vi,
and Mrs. John Miller's, Oct. 6th.
They named him Woodrow Wil
son. John Lyerly, of Rockwell, was
1 Salisbury Saturday after his
new fifteen-horse power traction
engine. As soon as he got it off
the fiat car he fired it up and
struck out for home. He is going
to do sawing and ginning fot the
peop'e iu his settlement. Mr.
Lyerly is a hustler and does lots
L. A. Gant has gone to Adako,
N. C, with John Kuykerdall to
build a fine granite residence.
Mies Blanchie Wagoner of High
Point, is visit ii. g her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wag
oner, for a few weeks.
Mrs. Johu Kuykendall has gone
to Adako, N. C , to spend a few
weexs witn ner nusDand wno is
erecting a fiae granite .residence
at that place for one of the citi
zens of that town. Venus.
Aioid Floor Oust Ii You Would Atoid Tu
Did you know . that, according
to, published reports, ab5ut one
third of the five thousand street
cleaners in New York city are in
fected with tuberculosis? Previ
ous to their employment by the
city th 3se men were all examined
bv civil service physiciaus an J
pronounced fre from organic, dis
ease. It is claimed that five
years' work as a stTeet cleaner iu
New, York makes the average in
dividual a consumptive.
Or'i course, street aweepere labor
under Borne of the very worst con
ditions. The dust they meet
doubtless contains a large amount
of dried sputum and all that, but
did it ever occur to you that it iB
baft of this vtry same dust which
everyone carries on his shoes and
clothing into houses, . churches,
and schoolhcus s? Now, the
point is simply this; If an ex
cessive quantity oi dust is so fata),
even smaller quantities are unde
sirable, and therefore the less dust
One of the chief sources of duBt
is that resulting from the old
fashioned dry broom method of
sweeping our flocrs. etc. The an
liquet d feather duster is another
dust evil. By using come of tbe
many forms of kerosened brooms,
sweepers, mops and dust cloths
now on the market, the amount of
dust raited in sweeping and dust
ing, as oompared iih that raised
by the old dry broom and feather
duster, is reduced from 90 to
No spit, no conBumDtioa. Tu
bercular sputa is either inhaled
dkect in the form of finely divid
ed spray, droplets or mist coughed
up.or spit out by a consumptive;
or the sputa settles, dries, and ie
later stirred up as dust and breath
ed into the lungs. Iu either case
the breather runs good chances cl
contracting consumption. But
we must breathe, and careless con
sumptives will spit, so let's avoid
carelets consumptives and dust.
A Log On The Track
of the fast express means serious
trouble ahead if not removed, o
does less of appetite. It means
lack of vitality, loss of strength
and Lerve weakness. If appetite
fails, take Electric Bitters quick
ly to overcome the cause by ton
ing up the stomach and curing
the indigestion. Michael Hes
sheimer . of Lincoln, Neb., had
been sick over taree years, but
six bottles of Electric Bitters pnt
him right on nis feat again.
They have helped thousands
They give pure blood, strong
nerves, good digestion- Only 50
cents at all druggists.
Boys! read about th& contest.
West Rowao Charge.
Harvest Home services were
held at Mt. Zion churoh Chiua
Grove on the third Sunday, large
congregations were present, offer
ing of $78 00 ws8 received.
Rev. W H. MoNairy of tbe Mis
sion at Lincolnton, N. C , preach
ei in Mt. Zion Church China
Grove on ths first Sunday in Octo
ber and presented the work of
Lincoluton aud received in cash
and pledges about $70 00 Messrs
Frank'Cress, Jacob Corriher, Teigh
Flemming and Duard Linn, stu
dents at Catawba College, came
home by auto with Dr. Clapp
and worshiped at their home
Church. Reformed Church Stand
For sore throat, swollen tonsils
pimples on the tongue, gargle the
throat or rinse tho mcuth with
FLUID diluted iu a little water.
It will quickly restore normal
conditions. Bathe the skin with
it to reJu:e swiltiugs, sure insert
bites or stings, asb out ragged
wjunai, oia aires or Darned wire
cuts. It disinfects the wmnd
"i . -
and heals the flesh. Pried 50
cts. per bottle. Sold by All Drug,
gist. . '
Toe Corn Ezp jsltiofi at Colombia, S. C.
:;Co!umbia; 5 S.'; Qbo&flZ'
Handsome art poster's- of unique
design and ekil 1 f ul execut ion ,
printed in eight colors, mv ill be
posted conspicuously throughout
the Southeast during the next few
weeks, calling attention to the
Fifth National Corn Exposition
here next January and February,
Rrilrosds throughout the territory
have offered thejr services in - the
distribution of these pesters, and
many thousands of them will be
placed in this 'manner and by
other agencies The design se
lected was that subrritted by
Bristow Adams, a Washingtan ar
tist. It is most affsctive w.)Tk,
bringing together in an unusual
ly artistic manner corn, cotton and
live-stock, three things, which con
tribute vastly to the agricultural
prosperity of the Southeast, .and
which are handled by the Exposi
tion in its unique educational ex
hibits. Exceptionally low round-tnp
rates to Columbia, on acoount
of the Exposition have been an
nounced, and in addition to the
educational fae'lities offered by itc
this event will be characterized by
a grand gathering togethtr of peo
ple from all over the Southeast
and other sections. Low rates
will also be put on from Columbia
to points in South Carolina and
return, and many cities and townB
in this State have taken advantage
of this opportunity to announce a
home-coming week in connection
with the Exposition. '
Persons who desire copies of the
poster can obtain them by apply
ing to the Exposition manage
ment at Columbia.
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Has Never Been Successfully Imitated
It Cannot Be "r '
COFFEE roasted the ordinary way is only
partially roasted, accofding.. to French:
Ideals. The French Market Coffee way '7
is the scientific way, producing a perfect roast. '
Slowly carefully the roasting goes on until
exactly the right moment arrives.
The slow roast reduces about 10 per cent1
more weight than the ordinary roast.
All excess of oil vanishes. Yet the delicate
flavor and aroma is there, intensified and en
hanced. . '
Chilled, Ground and
JRECT from the. roasters, the coffee is
chilled in a cold-air-blast machine. This
chilling closes the pores of the bean, thus
preventing a single breath of .the entrancing
aroma to escape in the vapors.
Quickly by automatic machinery this freshly
roasted, freshly ground, freshly chilled, delicious
coffee is placed in tin cans, and hermetically
So it comes to your table as "perfect as
when it left the roasters untouched by human
Famous for Over
a Hundred Years
EVEN when French Marke,t Coffee could he
had only in the old French Market at New
Orleans, over a hundred years ago, it was
celebrated all over the South.
Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay and other fa
mous men of olden times visited the French
Market to enjoy the rarely delicious beverage.
But now you all may serve it daily on your
For the rare old French blend has been per
petuated by the French Market Mills, and the
hermetically-sealed process places genuine
French Market Coffee within the reach of all.
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Try it once and you'll agree "There is only
one real old French Market flavor."
The coffee with a history.
FRENCH MARKET MILLS
(New Orleans Coffee Co., Ltd., Proprietors)
Fortunes In Faces.
There's often much truth in the
spying "her face is her fortune,"
but its never said where pimply, ;
skin eruptions, blotch s, or other
Flemishes disfigure it. Impur
blood is back of them all, aud
shows the need of Dr. King's New
Life Pilie. They promote health
and beauty. Try them. 25 cents
at all druggists.
Oct. 14. Most of the corn iB
shucked, the ootton is well picked
and some wheat is sowed .
Miss Benlah Lyerly is still real
sick, her sister is better and her
mother is j aft able to be up. The
family has had quite a serious
time for the last two months .
Martial Heinceman and wife
buried their infant chi d on the
Rbv. R L. Brown has suffered
for the last two weeks from an at
tack of malaria, but is better at
George D .. Peeler has an" obsti
nate case of la grippe. It has
kept him down for nearly six
seeks, but he is now slightly bet
An eff rt is being made to se
cure the service of Rev. Koonoe,
at St. Luke's, Cresceut and Rock
well. Many who have heard the
young man think he will make a
success in tbe ministry.
Tbe'Southern Lutherau Confer
ence is to convene with Christian
na congregation on the first day
:f November and on Sunday fol
lowing is the Woman's Mission
Marcus and Eleanora Brown
started to school at Crescent on
the 14th inst. The school seems
to be looking up. Viola.
"I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to
women," writes Mrs. nna Jones, of Kenny, UL "For
nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides.
I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally,
our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so
thin,; jny weight" was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am
never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in
fine health at 52 years."
We have thousands of such letters, and more are
arriving' daily. Such earnest testimony from those who
have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegeta
ble, tonie medicine, for women.
Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak
women up to health and strength. If you are a woman,
give it a trial It should help youTTor it has helped a mil
lion others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredi
ents, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs.
It is a good tonic. Try it! Your druggist sells it "
WrOt to: Ladies Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medidnt Co. ChattaBootm. Teas,
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of the ownership and management of THE
Carolina Watchman, published weekly
at Salisbury, N. C, required bv.the act
of August 24, 1912.
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Peach Seed Wanted. au those who
have gathered up peach seeds will
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time is limited to four weeks as the
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North Carolina, ) In Superior Court,
Rowan County , J November term, 1912
C. W. Fink, )
Lillie F. Fink, ) ,
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This Sept 24. 1912.
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Clerk Superior Court.
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