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Til Nst Ril Estite Compioi
The stockholders of the
People's Realty. & Insurance
Co., the new company char
tered a few days ago, , met
laBt week and perfected an
organization. The following
officers were elected: H. 0.
Grnbb, president; John S
Henierson, vice president; J.
M. Maapin, second vice presi
dent, and T. B. Marsh, secre
tary and treasurer. The
directors are H. G. Grubb,
Johu S. Henderson, J- M.
Maupin, T. B. Marsh, D. L.
Gaskill, H. C. Trott, J. (x.
fleilig, J. R. Nicholas and
O.W.Spencer. The execu
tive committee is comio ed
of D. L. Gaskill, J. V. Wal
lace, J. G. Heilig and M, L.
The company awarded the
contract to C. R. Propstto
fit up the large room, on the
first floor of the Grubb'build
ing, adjoining the main en
trance. A suite of five ofh
fices will be put in and the
place will be handsomely fit
ted up. A large electric sign
will be flung to the breeze.
The company has purchased
the old business of T, B.
Marsh, and as soon as the
new oflic3s are fitted up. Mr.
Marsh will move from Me
present location to the new
Disign New "Nicks!"
WMhiugtou. Unr. 19 Th
deiifn of tbs nw nickel to tap
plant the Q.f cent coin now ii
iroalfttioD, will b perfected bv
Sertfearj of th Trsary Mc
Vttfh within a few woski. George
E. Robtrti, director of th mint,
and J. E. Fra:er, of New York,
an artiit who ii working cn th d
if d, conferred with the secretary
Aa Indian head will adorn the
fact of the ooin and the figure of
a buffalo the rTn. The design
ii intended to honor the dieap
pearing Indian and buffalo, link
td together in American history.
0 S SfllairlBi Brisks All Diilflg Recirds.
The U. S. submarine "Fl"
broke all diring reoords recently
by plunging to a depth cf 283 ft.
beneath tl waters of San Fran
eiiso Bay On bord were Lieut.
James B. Howl), in commaud,
and a orew of 26 men. The little
yesiel remained dwn 10 mitiu es
The United States nary has for
some time held 'the record of
depths attained by submarines.
In April of this jear tha "Fl"
reached a depth of 200 ft. in San
Francisco Bay whii undergoing
tests preyious to acceptance, and
last June the "ceal" descended to
a depth of 256 ft. below the sur
face of Long Island Sound. -From
the Deoember Popular Mechanics
Aliens R fused a New Trial.
Richmond, N.v. 18 The Su
preme Ceurt today refused a new
trial for Floyd and C'aude Allen,
the condemned HillaVille marder-
ers Ad appeal will now be made
to trovernor Mann lor a commu
tation of the sentence to life im
n isonment. The Allena are cou-
c mined to die Friday.
THE PLAIN TRUTH.
Whit More Can Salisbury People Jsk?
-When well-known residents aid
h;t?hly respected people cf Salis
bury make tucn statements as the
i blowing, it must carry convic-ti-njtoerery
William A, Baker, 1015 S Ful
ton St., Salisur?, N. Car . says:
My experience with Dan's Kid
I y Pills has been po eatisfuctcrj
tfvit. I recommend .th;ui -highly.
I bad baokache and my kidnevt,
. ' -r out of order. A friend od
- T i. 1 me to try Dean's Kidney
, " 1 and I did si They helped
iiifMaimediate'y and a' couple of
3 itoppea my tronoie'
V .your baok.acb.es if your kid-
'5 :i3ffeiiey, bother "yon, dc n't. dimply &9
'S: V ir . - for: n kidney remedy ak die-
tim t'y for Doan's Kidtiey Pill
bn tme that Mr. Biker had
- midf backed by h' m testi
tnd 6(Xi w H stores Foster
Mili um Co!, Props., Buffalo, N.
f r "ale by all dealers. Price 50
eirl t?oter-MiDurn Uo.,- Buffaio.
New Y rk, sole agents for the United
I! THIS CAKUL1M WATCHMAN - THE KM MCUBI1
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS - PUBLISHED FRIDAYS
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BOOM! BOOM!!! YOUR Chance to win is as Good as ANYBODY'S.
First PrfzBM-rlfter several months investigation The Watchman and Record decided that the Popa
r1otoroyoI? four horsepower, made at the famous tope 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 ex.pect to h ive one on 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 Specsal. 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 been organized to stimulate interest in The Watchman and The Rowan Record, which papers are published as a semi-weekly giving all
the local and county news at only $1.00 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, gettiug renewals and securing new subscribers to The Watch
man and Record. When money is received and paid in at The Watchman Offices. Salisbury, votes will be issue 1 according to the schedule published. A Sealed
ballot box can be found at The Watchm.n Office, Salisbury, where the ballots may b cast whenever desirable, but all vctes must be in by 3 p. m , December
16th, 1912, end of the contest. If you decide to enter the contest, send us your name and address in full 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 maati 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 faif and square basis for all.', yotes can only be obtained by securing sub
scriptions or getting renewals, or by cuttiug the no nination or free vote certN
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, by contestants, votes will be issued. Thee 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. ra,, -December 16th in order to be yalid.
Rule '4 Nomicators And contestants in the Watchman-Record contest must
agree to and accept all rules and conditions.
Rule 5. The right is reserved to reject any nann for contestant for any
' cause, also to alter these rules should occasion demand. No-one connected
with the papers will be permitte?! to eater the contest.
;Rule 6. Any question that may arise between contestants- -will 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 ere. iited or received .ftor
this time. The result of the contest will b9 announced at the -Watchman-Record
office as soon as the count is 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 sesond largest number of vot3s will be awarded the second
prize, ttie bicycle.
If any jfoint is not clear to prospective contestants we should be glad to have
him call at the oftiJe and have it explained.
We hope a large number will enter at once. A late start is is a great handi
cap in a pfoposition of Ibis sort aud we urge all prospective contestants to enter
their names aud get butty 'right away, however, you can start anytime.
Each contestant can k.-p tab on his vote week by wek, and we will publish
the names of the leainrs. or three highest, but the final count will be made by
a committer of three well known meu, aftsr which the prizes wille be awarded.
oar WRITE TO OR GALL ON B
SALISBURY, FJ. C.
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