HE OAHOLIHA WATCHMAN.
WH. tt. STEWART, Ed. and Ptop
Pabliihed every Wednesday at
ISO West Iunes Street.
Entered as second-class matter Jan.
18th. 1805, at the poat office at Salis-
VUI) 1 V I U1IUC1 uuo caw V W "
ot Mareh8td, 1878.
Salisbury, N. C. Nov. 20th .1912
Thsrs art not a sufficient num
bar of poatoffioes to go round but
tktra will be no shortage of applicants.
strong desire to usher in the ru'e
of the beast as spoken of in the !
18th chapter cf Revelation. Of
course there is nothing to be gain-1
ed b bantering words- with such,
characters, even though we might
be able to do such suv jeots jaitioe
aud mete out to them the punish
ment so richlyjdeserved, so, know
ing that uo'g'iutlemao will insult
us and that no cue else can, and
jharitTself r. speot forbids our
parsaingth? 8bjaot further.
How are some of these Chris
tian gentlemen who so constantly
pray, 'Thy kingdom come," go
ing to explain their voting for the
devil to take charge of the com
Our neighbor, the Salisbury
Post, came to us yesterday m the
bap of a twenty-six-page indus
trial edition. It was a very credi
table affair, handsomely illustra
tad, and puts Salisbury's bast
foot forward in a way that is sure
to ba of lasting benefit.
If banking reform is naedad no
doubt the incoming Democratic
administration will be able to
realise its duty and do whatsoever
the combined wisdom of our re
presentatives consider best. We
feel perfectly safe in leaving the
matter with them.
Nothing would give The Watoh
his mora pleasure than to test
Editor J, B. Sherrill be mad
postmaster of his city as hie
many friends there seem to desire.
If Senator Overman is wise, wh.ch
no one doubts, he will see that the
newspaper man are at least given
a square deal.
Whenever a little, vain, ignc
lant snob is elevated to a position
of authority it never fails to go to
hit head and expose the real
character of the man by an exhi
bition of little, cowardly and, cod
temptable acta and a pretense of
superior virture, bragadocio and
The North Carclina Drainage
Association will moot in Raleigh
next Tuesday ar.d , Wednesday
Possibly some interested in drain
lag from Salisbury will be pr
ent. The people of this couutv
are not taking much interest in
this sabject, but there is no ob
jection to those who wish their
land thus improved doing so.
We notice Josephus Daniels, o
the Raleigh News a'nd Observer,
is being spoken of for a position
in President Wilson's cabinet. If
tkat position should be the Post
master Generalship the newspa
per men throughout the land
might expect justice ai d thereby
have cause to rejoice, There could
not ba a more suitable appoint-
xaent far the position.
There are a whole lot of thing
To Watchman might truthfully
say about a certain fellow in thie
coanty who has proven himself a
pastmaster of the Ananias Club,
a fellow who showed that he would
gladly persecute a man for con
seience sake, who tried to incite
the passions and prejudices of mei
to do something he did not have
tke manhood to attempt, and who
exhibited by word and dead a
IN THE MOUTH,
Dizziness, and a general "no
account" feeling is a sure sign
of a torpid liver. The remedy
is Simmons Red Z Liver Reg
ulator (The Powder Form).
It exercises its greatest re
storative effect in the liver, yet
it is effective in the stomach
and bowels. Indigestion, con
stipation and their attendant
evils disappear before its pow
erful, regulating influence.
Try. its wholesome purifying
properties. It will give you a
good appetite, sound digestion
and make you feel well.
told by DtaWs, Price, law package,1 $1.00,
Alk forth, gnolne with the Bed Z on the lab..
Row. a Supsrior Court.
The November term of R)wau
Superior Court which is only a
oue-week's term, opened Monday
morning with Judge C. M. (Jjok
ou the bench. The judge made
his charge before uoon and at the
close the docket was taken up
ud the trial of minor oases waa
fceken up, there, being nothing. of
maob importance to be oonsidere i
Tho grand jury is composed of
tke following gsnslenjeij : J S
Hall, foreman; J. 0. Sher
rill, J O. McOubbins, J. W.
RideouUf, Juo. V Friok, S H,
Wetmore, J. Will Corral), J. L.
8imp'son,Cha. C Sechler, O M.
HoUhouser, Max Holshjaser. Joel
A Lowder, Milas M. Ketchie, B
O.-Ntblook, J. O Briugle, Thot.
0. Peeler, Julius Friok, J. E, Briton.
TLe petit jury consists of the
folk wing: Cbai. L Rodgers, Juo
W. MoNeeiy, J- B. CaxrutHr, J
M. B nacn D. A. Sifferd, Eruest
L Sioop, M. S. Varuer. Juo. A.
Moreen, S. A. Rudhill., Aibert L.
Sechier, W. W. Canup. Fred W .
The following cases have been
disposed of since the opening of
thecourt Monday morning;
In the. Barber Junction Club
jase the defendants appeared and
ihowed that they had obeyed the
jrder of a former court aud wore
d stmssed to appear again at the
February term and show that they
bad continued to obey the order.
Weed Hairitcn, a. and b, goi ty
judgment suspended on payment
of the costs.
Fred McKnight, larceny, not
Luther Harris, larceny, two
oases, guilty, two months on
George Stacy, retailing, guilty,
judgment suspended on payment
u. rt. uwen, nuisance ana as
sault with deadly weapon, guilty.
Frank Allen, iarseny. sentence
Frank Allen, f. nd a., guilty,
sentence not pronounced,
Chas. Brown, breaking ator,
guilty, two months on road.
James Mable and Sylvester Ma
sou, crime against nature, guilty,
12 months on roads each.
Coot Hayes, larceny from per
son, gm'ty, sentence not pro
nounced. Bill ClodfeUer, a. w. d. w ,
guilty, 90 days on reads.
Ide Hairstou, a. w. d. w ,
guilty, CO days on roads.
If yra cuiot gaMt, remit to u, we will send it br
ail. BMtpaM.- Hobou Liver Eeeulator it alio nnl
1b Ilaaid form for those who prefer it. Price 1 00
WaU. IakIarUieedZ Lab.l.
J. H. ZOBI t CO, Props., St louts, Mo.
The storeroom next to the
Smith drug store cn Main strest,
which was recently vacated by W.
H. Lnouard's j iweliy store1, is now
being fitted up for the undertak
ing business of the R. W. Not
William J. Branigan, manager
of tha Lorbran Motograph Com
pauy of Philadelphia, will be witr
che Philadelphia boosters next
woek'and will take a moinu pic
tucsd of Salisbury, and will giv
it to the Balisbary Industrial
Rev. J. C. Rowe, presiding elder
f this district, preached his last
erov i in the district Sunday in
She x1 ;rat Methodist church, H
aaa L eu on this work for four i
rare and will go to anothor a
the meeting of the Methodist
Goalareuce in High Point.
Th- R. W Norman Furailure
Company is doing considerablt
enlargiug. They are opening an
undertaking department in the
utore rjom next to the Smith drufr
store, and in add'tioa to this they
are changing the balcony in theii
miin store into a complete second
W. M. Eaton, chief dairyma-
of the North Carolina Agricultural
Department, is pudii g a day
it two hore in the interest of mod
ern metho.is in dairying in Rowan
County. He is hre also to con
fer in regard to a co- perative
creamery for Rowan.
The-' Salisbury C.ttou Mills
closed down Saturday for a short
time for the purpose of making
repairs on some machinery that
naa.been givng trouble for ame
time. As soon as the work is done
the mill will start again. This
mill is making considerable en
largements. The young ladies who won the
Bermuda trip in The Posi's con
test which closed Saturday night,
November 9 b, left Monday night
for New York and sailed today for
Bermuda. The young ladies mak
iDg the trip are Misses Edna May
Boyd. Gussie Aaron, Lucy Kern,
Grace Ritch, Maggie "Pag-, Nan
notte 2 Ramsaur, Parle Trexler,
Josie Kluttz and Eliz.beth Van
Mayor Thompson has decided to
put a stop to the night riders of
I You Can Ge
t "'Real Fisherman's Luck
m for Duke's Mixture Smokers"
Good tobacco and a good reel ! That's surely a lucky
combination for the anglei and here's the way you can
have them both.
All smokers should know Duke's Mixture made by
Liggett 4" Myers at Durham, N. C.
Pay what you will, you cannot get better granulated
tobacco for 5c than the big ounce and a half sack of
Duke's Mixture. And with each of these big sacks yeu
get a book of cigarette papers FREE.
Get a Good Fishing Reel Free
by saving the Coupons now packed in Liggett 8( Myers Duke's
Mixture, Or, if you don't want a reel getany one of the hundreds
of other articles. In the list you will find something for every
member of the family. Pipes, cigarette cases, catcher's gloves,
cameras, watches, toilet articles, etc.
Those handsome presents cost you
nothing not one cent. They simply
express our appreciation of your
Remember you still get the same
big one and a half ounce sack for 5c
enough to roll many cigarettes.
During November and Decem
ber only, ws iv:l! send our new
illustrated catalogue of presents
FREE. Simply send us your
' name and address.
Coupons from Duke's Mixture may be
assorttd niik tats from HOjtSE
SHOE, J, T.,TINSLEY'S NATURAL
LEAF, GRAHGER TWIST, coupons
from FOUR F.O.jEJ; (lOc-fin double
cotiiflu), HCK PLUG CUT, PIFD-
mont Cigarettes, clix ci
garettes, out other toes or
coupons iss'.icd vy us.
St. Louis, Mo.
DO YOU ENJOY EATING
Or Does Everything You Eat
Experts declare that the reason,
stomach disorders are so common in
this country' is due to hasty and
careless habits of eating. Stomach,
troubles and run-down conditions also
usually go together.
John Lind, of Oneonta, N. Y., says:
"I have been troubled with a bad
stomach trouble for fifteen years, and
became so weak that I could hardly
walk or do any work. My .appetite
was very poor, and it seemed impos
sible to get any relief. Since taking
two bottles of Vinol I find that it has
already made a remarkable improve
ment in my health; my digestion is
much stronger, and I have gained in
Vinol makes weak stomachs strong
because it strengthens and tones up
the weakened, tired and overtaxed
nerves of the digestive organs. Vinol
Is easily assimilated by the weakest
stomachs, and is delicious to the taste.
Try a bottle of Vinol with the
understanding that your money will
be returned if it does not help you.
P. S. If you have Eczema try our
Saxo Salve, We guarantee it.
8 nith Drug Co., Sai si urv. N, G
Our Building Material win pioase vu
Onr coiling and eiding at $1.00
per 100 feet, will tickle yon. Go id
man Lumber Co. 'Ph4053ne L
Possum Dog Wail'Sd. Call on J, H
J iiea, 0 6 V L'berty St .
RM FOR SALE.
automobiles aud bicycles who 'o
not carry lamre. H has given
th m til! the first of D.. cumber t
aet. t.heir lnrrR and n'f fcer that
im every ridr within; a light
aftflr'dark on t,bo struts of Sa'is
' ur will betaken up aud thf! lim
if. r' the law will be v him
The Watchman is right, there wi' h
tho Mavor Enforce thu law u
our slogan and we aro always rady
to uphold the hands of the -fficbi
who even half way triea to do hi?
Mr and Mrs Walker, of Wiu-ston-Sa'em,
came to Sa'i9bifry
Monday ai d spent tho day h -r?
looking over tho prp--rty hold ' y
Mrs Walker. Sh owos s m n'
Sahsbiry's m ist valuable Ijusines
property and is at t h i time con
sfttnplat'.ng erecting a very de-
airabbi building on the corner of
Inuea ani L' e street?, a modern
bniidiug for a larg garag-.
ARars Gliance and Easy Terms.
P,irsu-nt to an order of the Superior
roii'-t of Rowtin County in the special
prt.eec dings entitled M O. Linn et al
"X parte, I will offer at public sale on
Saturday, November 23rd,
1912 at the court hou1 e do r in Salis
t)ury at 12 M one of the best farm? in
Row an County, known as the "Hicks
jilace" and formerly the home of R.
V. Lcntz, fully described in deed?-registered
in Book-43, 121 ; 43. 122; 43
li3;68 413 i'his farm contains about
255 siires, splendid bottoms, a small
Uvellint:, is w- !1 ti'nbered and water
d. Il lie-; on both sides of Dutch
Second Creek three miles from the
l&pklly growing town of KocVwell
It will b. sold in three tracts ac
f.ordii'g to the recent survey of J. C.
Bernhardt, map of which is filed in
this proceeding and can be seen af. he
iahce of the unde. signed. Ihe nr?t
tract, on which is the dwelling, con
ruins 86 and 14 "cres ; the second
tract, running parallel with the first,
co! tain bH ai.d 1-4 aires; the third
tract lies -.hiefly on the other side of
the creek and contains 82 and 40-100
Any ,-ne of these tracts makes a line
firm, while thn tfho'e place would be
hard to surpass for a stock farm or for
fa ming on a large scale.
The. tt-rms are easj: one-third ca?h,
balance in twelv months, with inter
est . Title will be made at once when
on --third i paid, and th? remainder
secured by moitefage on the property.
This is a rare opportunity to buy
fine farming land.
Mrs. E. L Kirk did at her
no-r e cn East Liberty etret
M nday morning between 10 and
11 o'cK ck, following an illness of
vi-ral months. A hubDd sur
vives. The funeral and burial
ook place at St Jade's Episcopal
church in the c unty, yeitrdey
ifternoon a'2 o'cI jcs, and wag
n i-dncSfti by Rv. W. L, Lcftir.
and the price is no more than you pay for shoes
not near so good af some stores.
Gtfbdraan'd all solid leather
shoes for women, and children
are positively the very Best
shoes solcl hi this section for
Goodman's shoes for child
ren in kid gun-metal and
royal calf. 5 to 8 for 70c, 75c,
85e and 98e. 8 to 11 for 98c,
&1.15,$1 25 lHto2for$1.15,
$1.25 and $1.48.
Goodman shoes for womn
in kid or Royal calf for eve ry
day wear, cap or plain toe,
also feet linei, price $1.50
Women's button shoes
made on newest last
$2.00, $2. tO, and $3.50
Men's $1.50 day outing
shoes for $1.25
Men's heavy blucher all
solid work shoes, as good as
any $2 50 shoes to be found
anywhere, but our price
Men's real nice dress shoes,
patent or gun metal, button
and blucher at $2 00 & $2.50.
Good solid leather shoes
for bos that will give good
wear at reasonable- prices.
' Elkln Shoes
. Full stcck of El kin Shoes
for men-, women and children.
Men's lkin, $2.00
Extra good value tih all
kinds of underwear.
Ghildren's real good heavy
fleeced union suits 25c
Boys' extra heavy under
shirt and drawers' for 25c
Women's 50c 'union suits
at ' . . 38c
Women's grey wool vests
and pants 75c
Women's red wool vest and
Men's heavy 50c under
shirts ar.d drawers for 98c.
Coats and coat Suits.
Special bargains in coat
suits and long coats.
These aj?e beyond a doiibt two important
Factors in choosing a Dentist.
are the up-to-date painless kind not
the old-fashioned nerve-wi eeliing kind
that made so many dread tlie dental
. OUR 'PRICE
entirely sweep away all competition
on work of a similar high character.
Guaranteed 15 Years-
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Full SetTeath $5.09
Fillings in Gold. Silver, Plati
num and Porcelin,
50c. and $1.00 up.
Gold Crowns and Bridge
wojk, $3, $4 and $5 a tooth
126 North Main Street
Salisbury, Pi. G.
Women in tnfJdls ca oil :.i c
of life- when their deciQ.
Dr. Pierce's Fworile Prescriptvv-
from girlhood to woinanuc-oa
; .'i'.i ; Cl:
I C-:slscs, They are at that stage
tonic assd helpiag-nana which oniy
r.i. Ms-;v von-en sailer needlessly
hot d to eld sge w'th backache,
- - , .
dizziness or headache. A o:.-.i wxes jjcep.ess, aervou.,
down," irritable and ZccU llrcd irc.T, r: to nirl.t. Xvhen pcins and aches
rack the womanly system t frequent i u-r, c.;.- your neighbor aoout
Doctor Prc73 Fcorfio Prscfi'ipticn.
Mas. J. IMHOP, of 321 S. Benialon Street, BaI'draoro, I.T;1.. says: I
wrote you about nina mon:'.:; :.jo, t i!:r..? : u f my c ....iuon. I have a
fine baby girl she wetehed nine p- v.v :s bcrr. f is my third i-tuld
and the stroncret of thar. cil. Hy e-.-fTet:.-.T v.-p.s only foV tv.-o hours. I
took several bottles of Favorite j'ro. -jiv ..; .or. ' end one oC Dr. Fieinc s
Smart-Wed. I never hau a v.'-il c.sy b-.uo; I t.;c:c yiur medicines. I waa
surprised how weii I feit C0';H ee - a .- I vays hvingrv, r.nd never had a
sick stomach. The n-rso -who v.'as with jr.?. f sid .e medkine w.is wonder
ful because I got nlonsp.C- nicely after havi...-. hi ro rrvt h trov.b'.e ttf-jre.
She intends to reeomrrend iz to all be ssSsrfttg pr.tiar.t2. Eivtryboiiv is
astonished at ma because I oaly v.'i: hoi V'l pou ids 021 ore ar.d now I
weigh 135. 1 have had se veral bdies come I j mo and aK about Dr. Pierc -'3
medicine. I am wiiiins to recommend it to ell who suCer and want hc,
If any want information I v;iil be glad i, give it."
SOU) BY rX?.TJa-C3-IRTS.
World's Dispensary Medical Associations Proprietors,
BTJITFAIiO, II. Y,
cyan Timnp & frm-n,
P; esbyterians a Have Supper To-mirrow
Invitations to the annaal men's
sapper of the First Presbyterian
Church to be held Thursday night
at 8 o'clock in the Armory Hill
in the Wa8hiugt;n bniidiug, were
-eiit out yesterday. In addition
to the supper served f ,r the men
of that.Charcb, there w.ll be sev
eral speakers present who will ad
greatly to the effdir Rev. Byioi.
"'lark is pastor of the church an.
t.ho invitation commitlee oonsist'
f E B. N aVH, Frank R Brown
Oeorgo Wonil le, This is always a
well attended and very pleasant
Our good frieiid, John Harke-,
an old veteran of the i?alfm chuioh i
npighboihcd,wae iu town Saturday j
i)-; brought! along a lone-handle '
j urd. It is a jfi e Jopf cimen at d
measures 89 . inches xh length.
W ? will huve to give Venns sotre
H- d na ieT mm try Dgam next
A beautiful mariiage ceremony
waa perform td in . Salisbury
Thursday night when Miss Lena
P-arl Hess became the bride of
R chard T. Curd. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Byron
C ark, D. D , at tbe home of thf
bride's mother, Mrs. S. C. Wocd,
.-mi North Fulton Street in th
; recLce bf only a few intimat
frind?. The bride and grocm
hnve many friends in Salisbn;y
and viciuity' who will be inter-gt-
H,d to 1-aru of their
Mr. Curd was for sevcrV -vr-.
foreman iu The Watckm in .fil-'
where he did Bplendid wojit. IT3
is now with The Sails nrv Pes..
Mrs. Curd had jus? re trnd
frem a visi'- to her sifter, .Mrs
Chas A K attz, of Aev villes
Mr and Mrs Curd will r su'e a.
221 Weet Moj.roe Street ir Salis
bury. Mrs Curd is a chtruaing
young woman end is also a prin
ter bnvit g learned the trade m
. Flagged Train With Shirt,
Tearing bis sbirt fr. m his I ack
an Ohio mm flagged a train and
eaved it from a wreck, but H T.
Aiatou, Raloigh, N. 0., once pfe
vatpd a wreck with E ectric'Br-tf-rs.
' I wis i i a terrbb p'igh
wbon Ibgan to us- them,"
write3, "m? s'omach, head, hak
and kidneys were all badly aff ct
fd ati.i my liver-was in had condi
tion, but f ur bottles of EMctrio
Bitteis made me feel lik- a new
mau " A trial will convince you
of their matchless m-rit for any
stomach, liver or kidney trouble.
Price 60: at All Drnggists.
Pains All Over!
You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken
Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to,
if it will induce some suffering woman to try CarduL 1 had
pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three phy
sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am In
better health than ever before, and that means much to me,
because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of
different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me
for a few days only."
Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before tak
ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other
symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean
worse to follow, unless given quick treatment
You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew
what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness
and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard
to bear. " Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it
Wrttt kx Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooo. Medicine Co., ChatUnooo. Tena,
lot 8tdal Instrument, ad 64-ptxe book. "HooMTresnt for Woen." seat free, J51