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RESULTS OF WAR ON THE HOOKWORM.
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98,73 1 Persois Treated; 54 Counties Is
the Raaks. Exhibit at. Slate Fair.
The qaarlerly repoxt of Dr.
J. A Ferrellr 8tafeejDireotor t of
the Hoowcrm Gam ai$;a , aho w
khat daring the past t hree mouths
the genera t practitioners K of the
State have treated 2,5127 perBotis
and tha-: the s'x 4iaricir direct ri
in the roa vty fre ditpeasaries
have treated . 14 560. aT total 'of
17, '72 for the trnreeinot)hs end
ing Sep ember 30 - Theie with
the 81,658, treated in the StVtap
to Jane 30 nske a, total of P8,730
persons treated to dat.- To date
148.093 -ntcrosooiiia ftxtmiuatious
for hookworm infection hare been
made. Filty-foar counties have
made local appropriations to
make possible the free treatment.
Definite surveys .f the infectiou
have been completed ia i forty-four
counties aud sat itary euiveya of
fifty-six oounties have bean made.
The work daring the quarter has
been confined to the Western and
Mountain couuuea. It is. new
winging toward eastern and cen
At the State Fair an exhibit
will be given of the work in eradi
cating hookworm discasa. It will
be tilnBtratd by the natural hook
worins and othr kinds sl worms,
charts, photograph j, model clos
ets, stereopticiu pictures litera
ture, etc. Thij hookworm tgg'a
under the microscope may ii teen
and any otber desired iuforma
tion obtained . .
NOllCS. Fine four-y ar old mre
for sale BrokM ai d gentle,
miles nrth of alieury to tru
left of the old MockaviHe . Road .
J. L. Cauble. 10:2 4t pd.
Cur Building Material will please yon.
Oar celling and eroTng at $1.00
per 100 feet wiiljkickle you. Good
man Lumber Co. 'Ph405one L
On the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays
of each month the fares are
4xtra 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 J
all parts of the Southeast make
direct connection at Memphis
vt Trltn -otln elt .outeirain8
to the bouthwest.
Write to me today
I will tell you exact fare
from your town, sched
ule, and send you splen
did illustrated books of
farm facts about Arkan
sas and Texas.
Dirtrict Passenger Agent
M. B. H0LTSF0RD,
Pastensjer A cent
109 W. 9th Street
AH year Tourist
Tickets also en
sale Daily to cer
as. 90-iays limit.
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TFRPfilSINR ROYS -m limy a
First Prize-A.fter several months in vestigation The Watchman and Record decided that the Pope
Tilotoroyole four horsepower, made at the famous Pope bicycle factory, "Hartford, Conn., was probably the best
article on the market of its kind and, has made arrangment for one of its best machines to give away absolutely free
in this contest. We expect to have oneon exhibition at Williams' bicycle repair shop at an early day for examina
tion, or if you wish a descriptive circular can be had for the asking. '
Second Prize An Iroquois Coaster Brake Special. Retail Price $60.00. Made by Mead
Cycle Company, Chicago. This is one of the Best Bicycles made, and well-worth your time to win it.
This contest has beeii organized to stimulate interest in The Watchman and The Rowan Record, which papers are published as a semv-iweekjy giving all
the local and county newt? at only SI .00 per year A coupon, good for 1,000 free "votes will be issued to every one who enters the contest, and other votes will be
given from time to time, but the principal method of obtaining votes will be by making collections, getting renewals and securing new subscribers to The Watch
man and Record. When money is received and paid in at The Watchman Office. Salisbury, votes will be issued according to the schedule.pablished. A Sealed
ballot box can be ouud at The Watchman Office, Salisbury, where the ballots may be cast whenever desirable, but all vctes must be in by 3 p. m.r December
16th, 1912, end of the contest. If you decijie to enter the contest, send us your name and address in lull at once, when if you, or your nominee, is acceptable,
copies of the paper and subscription blanks will be furnished and you can proceed to get busy and stay busy, if you m8an to win. There is going to be a winner
and if you will, you can be the winner.
Rule 1. All money obtained by the contestants shall be turned over to the
contest managers, who will issue votes for same. -
Rule 2. -Votes cannot be bought or exchanged. The contest will be run on
a fair and square basis for all. Vote can only be obtained by securing sub
scriptions or getting renewals, or by cutting the nomination or free vote certi
ficate out of each issue of the papers. Each contestant is allowed one nomina
tion coupon giving him one thousand votes. -
Rule 3. As soon as money for subscriptions is brought or mailed to The
.Watchman-Record office, rjy contestants, votes will be issued. These votes
may be dropped into the ballot box at the time they are issued, but they must
be placed in the box before 3 p. m,, December 16th in order to be valid, ,
r Rule 4 Nominators arid contestants in the Watchman-Record contest must
agree to and accept all rules and conditions. '
Rule 5. ---The right is reserved to reject any nam for contestant for any
cause, also to alter these rules should occasion demand. No one connected
with the papers will be permitted to enter the contest.
Rule 6. Any question that may arise between contestants will be decided
by contest manager and his decision shall be final.
Rule 7. Important. The contest closes at 3 p. m., sharp on Saturday,
December 16th, 1912. Absolutely no votes will be credited or received after
this time. The result of the contest will be announced at the Watohmaw
Record office as soon as the count id completed. -
Rule 8. --The party receiving the largest number of votes according to the
rules of the contest, will be awarded the first prize, the motorcycle, and he
who receives the second largest number of votes will be awarded the second
prize, the bicycle. .
If any point is not clear to prospective contestants we should be glad to have
him call at the office and have it explained. ' " -
We hope a large numbdr will enter at once. A late start is is a great handi
cap in a proposition of this sort and we urge all prospective contestants to enter
their names and get busy right away, however, you can start anytime.
Each contestant can keep tab on his vote week by week, and we will publish
the names of the lead era. or three highet but the'final count will be made by
- a committee of three well known men," after which the prizes wille be awarded.
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Wm. H. Stewart,