tcs mm HA TOTOHD JUL
WM. H. srJfiVfAET, Ed. and Prop
Published erery Wednesday at
ISO Wett Innea Street.
Entered as leoond-olaii matter Jan.
itth. lftOB, at theMt office at Salis
Ivt, M. O., nnd the set of OonRresi
el ukrehSrd, 1878.
Sauibubt.N. O.Nov. 27th 1912
The Watchman respectfully
uggesfcs that instead of a statnre
of Justice to adorn our new oourt
house, one of the Honorable Lord
High Chancellor Peter Blue Beard
with horns and tail, his foot on
the neck of a prostrate form of
Popular Bights, holding high a
bag of filthy lucre and proclaim
ing, "The People be Damned," be
erected. It is strange but true
that some people cannot appreci
ate liberty until they get in jail.
The oorner stone' laying of the
new court house will take plaoe
Thursday afternoon with Masonic
honors. This will be quite a sur
prise to a good many as so large
a majority of our people
are opposed to the ereotion of
this building and regard it an ex
ample of publio graft, disregard
of popular rule and common jas
tioe ; surprised that the noble or
der of Masons would sanction in
any manner and to any extent
suon an outrageous and contempt
table travenity on the rights of
the people. Nothing oan giro
this dastardly deed f the faintest
color of dignity or right. It is
like playing with a skunk, an of
fense to every right thinking man
in the oounty and a monument to
the infamy of men who betrayed
a eaored trust imposed in them by
the citizens of the county and the
Demooratio party . The people of
the county are interested in this
matter juit like they are in a mad
M0m BLOODS MADE.
The liquids and the digested foods in the alimentary canal pass through the
wall of the canal into the blood. This process is called absorption and takes place
chiefly from the small intestine. After absorption the blood carries the food
through the body, and each cell takes from the blood the food it needs. A pure
glyceric extract made from bloodroot, mandrake, stone, queen s root and golden
seal root, and sold by druggists for the past forty years under the name of
Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
gives uniformly excellent results as a "tonic to help in the assimilation of the
food and in the absorption by the blood of the food it requires. Eradicate the
poisons from the Diooa wun ims alterative ernci wuim
does not shrink the white blood corpuscles, because contain
ing no alcohol or other injurious ingredients. Thus tho
body can. be builr up strong to resist disease. This is a
tonic taken from Nature's garden that builds up those weak
ened by disease. Sold by druggists everywhere. Addresa
World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
Mr. Chas. Faerber, Ja., of 832 Woodlawn Ave.. Philadelphia, Pa. :
writes: "I was troubled with my stomaeh for almost three years.
Tried several doctors and most everything anybody .recommended to
me, but kept getting worse and honestly did not care to live as iwm
rever well even though, at times, I had no pain. My symptoms were ma
fo'lows: Always tired,, my whole body in a throb, belching of gas.
pain and soreness in the stomach, vomiting, constipation, couW nos
tell what to eat or what would agree with me, and was melancholy. But
pfter taking Dr. Pierce's Golrien Medical Discovery with the Pleasant
CHAS. Fasbbkb, Jr. Pellets " i; ha3 made me a ,.! nu,n wtuctt u somnwiing w
Miss Bailie Baker, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Baker, Salis
bury, and J. Mebane Beasley, of
Grenyille, S. 0., were married at
the Presbyterian manse Saturday
afternoon, Key. Byron Clarke offi
oiating. They will make their
heme in Greenville.
This afternoon at the home of
the bride in Charlotte a marriage
of interest to people in upper Row
an was solemnized. The oon
traoting parties were J, L Misen-
heimer, of Mill Bridge, and Miss
Molhe Holdbrooks. of Charlotte
The couple came to Salisbury this
evening on train No. 46 and were
driven to the home of the groom
at Mill Bridge where a reception
will be tendered them tonight
Mr. Misenheimer is above all i
good farmer and a splendid citi
zen, and he and his wife, who is a
highly refined and estimable
young woman, have the,best wish
es of their friends in this and
Husband Declared Lydia E.
Compound Would Re
store Her Health,
And It Did.
Ashland. Kv. "Fonr vekra utrn
seemed to have everything the matter
i with me. I had fe
male and kidney trou
ble and was so bad off
I could hardly rest
day or night. I doc
tored with all the
best doctors in town
and took many kinds
of medicine but noth
ing did any good un
til I tried your won
derful remedy, Lydia
E. Fmkham a Vece-
table Compound. My husband said it
would restore my health and it has."
Mrs. May Wyatt, Ashland, Ky.
There are probably hundreds of thou
sands of women in the United States
who have been benefitted by this famous
oia remedy, which was produced from
roots and herbs over thirty years ago by
a woman to relieve woman's suffering.
Read What Another Woman says':
Camden, N. J. "I had female trou
ble and a serious displacement and was
tired and discouraged and unable to do my
Work. My doctors told me I never could
be cured without an operation, but
thanks to Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound I am cured of thatjJuctioja
and have recommended'irto more than
i one off jny friends with the best results. "
Mr. Ella Johnston, 324 Vine St
If you want special advice write to
Xydia R Pinkham Medicine Co. (confl
dential) Lynn, Mass. Tour letter will
he opened, read and answered by a
-woman- and held in strict confidence.
SHORT LOCAL ITEMS
Tomorrow being Thanksgiving
day, Mr. Turkey better roost
high tonight and rise up early in
the morning and Journey to a
plaoe of 1 ihiokety denseness."
The Rowan bird law will expire
December 1st, this being Sundy, '
quail oaonot be k'llec oetore tn
2nd, whioh gives them one day of
Th fl k raisinji and Bible pre.
sentatiou aV Rockwell, unier the
unnniflaa of Cresont Oo'ttlDCil. Nd.
184. Jr. O. U. A. M., will ae
Dlace at 2 o'clock Saturday even
ing. The public is cordially ia
v ited to be present .
A number of Salisburiaas will
leave ou the Southern's special
train tc-night for Riohmond to
witness the game of toot bail be
tween the university teams ot
North Carolina and Virginia .
The corner atone of the new
oourt house is to be laid tomor
row afternoon in the presence of
a number of Masons. Bey. r J
Maliett is to act as grand chap
lain and Hon. TLeo. F. Kluttz
will deliver an address.
The rHlisbury band will ght
entertai Qents in the graded
school i? iditorium Thursday and
Friday nights. The entertain
aunts are being advertised as
''Kountry Kapers," and will no
doubt be very enjoyable.
W. J. Earnhardt, of southern
Illinois, is visiting in the city af
ter an abseucir cf ten years. Mr.
Barnhatdt is a native of Rowan
and left here in 1858. At that
time ha says our court house stood
on the wublio square.
John H. Harkey. of the Salem
church neighborhood, reoeutly
killed a hoe thirteen months old
whioh net d 805 pounds ; That's
a fine record".
Postmaster -J. .H- Ramsay has
grantee the 'city carrier force at
the salispnry pDitumoe a fall bol
iday for next Thursday Thanks
giving day and the carriers will be
enabled to eui y the day along
with the merchants -and clerks,
bank folks and others who will be
free from work. The rural carri
ers will njt make a trip as
Tnanksgiviug is one of their regu
lar holidays. This will mean
that most of our readers who have
been getting their papar ou fhurs
day will not gt it until Friday.
Many of the Salisbury Mer
chants have already received
soma of their Christmas goods
ad Santa Clans will nut in hiB
appiara ce as ushal this year aB
may be sen by watching tha win
dows ot tnose stores naudling
toys Watch the advancements
in tbi3 paper for Christmas bar
gaius Oar advertisers will be
found to be the most reliable in
the city. Fakers do not patron
ize this paper.
Ths following exp'anation is of
fared by the water works people
whiob explains itself : "The disa
greeable' taste and odor iu the city
water which has beeu noticed for
the past; day or two is caused by
the falling leaves iu the j-ond,
and while it is very lj otionable
is absotateiy harmless ai d will b
abated very syou, Thf hm
which is used iu mit.utt quantities
in the filtering process acts on th
leaves can-ing th vegetable am
monia to be released, wh oh causer
the tas'e and odo7'. .
Sheriff McKenzie went after
the cotton stealers last Wednes
day and had a very successful dav,
making six arrests of partial
charged with stealing cotton from
the fields of a number of farmers
in Franklin township. The farm
ers who missed their cotton bad
left it in the field over night, and
the. gang of thieves did their work
under cover of darkness.
-A committee of gentlemen visit
ed the various churches of Salis
bury and Spencer Pnnday during
tbeservioes and urged the impor
tance of every nitisen lending a
hand in matins the oomins Lav
men'a Missionary Convention, to
be held here on the 8rd. 4th and
5th of next month, one long to be
remembered for the good accom
plished and the hospitality offered
by our citizens.
Active preparations for the
forthcoming Christmas Bazaar are
under way by the ladies of the
two Guilds of St. Luke's Episoo
pal church. The dtte is Wednes
day and Thursday, December 4tb
and 5h. To meet the growing
tendency to purchase praotical"
Christmas presents the ladies wilt
have on sale such artioles aB oome
under this head, also "knick-
knacks" and beautiful need'ework
and for everybody right good
things to eat at all hours, for busy
shoppers and business men. As.
usual the ladies will make this an
occasion to be enjoyed by all who
The marriage of Miss Mamie
Oddie and William F. Arey took
plaoe at the reBidenoe of Mrs. C
A Rice, on North Fulton Street,
last Wednesday morning, Rev
Byron Clark, of the Presbyterian
church, officiating. After the
ceremony the couple left for a
short stay in F orida. They will
make their heme in Salisbury.
RESULTS THAT REMAIN.
An Appreclited Bj Sillsbnrj Peopli.
Thousands who - -suffer .from
back ache, and kidoey complaint
have tried one remedy after an
other, finding -' only temporary
benefit, This is discouraging rbu'
there is one kidney medicine that
has earned a reputation for last
ing reeulta and there'is plenty of
proof of hs merit right here m
Here is the testimony of one
who nsed Djan's . Kidney Pills
yeMf 'igiahd nowmakes his tea
M. M. Witlitms 180 Chestnut
6t., Salisbury, : Oar., says4
' The testimonial I gaye in 1008.
recommending Doan's Kidney
Pills still holda good. Taey are
the finest remedy I ever used I
suffered a great deal 'from back
ache and pains aoross my kidneys
Sometimes I had dull headaches
and felt tired. I noticed that the
kidney secretions were unnatural
and I finally went to J. W. Mo
Phrson & C Vs Drug Store and
gotDoan.s Kidney Pills After
taking the.; contents, of several
boxes I felt better in every way.
I hope other kidney sufferers will
try this etdellent remedy."
Mrs. J. H. Sharp, of East Spec
oer. died at hSf ftnma laat Wedr . s
4ay afternofim alter an illness of
everal ybaif-? For the past two
weeks she had been desperately ill.
She was about 50 years old and is
nrviypd by a husband and oi e
son. The funrl was held Ihut-'
day afternoon from the rrsidencf.
conducted by Ry. J. L Vippei-
mau ot theapencer tfiptut cnurcn,
and the interment was in the
cemetery at Spencer.
We off ar One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any oases of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
F J. Chbpni? & Co . , Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned have
known F. J Cheney for the last
15 years, and believe him perfect
ly bonorahle in all business trans
actions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Hall's Cattarrh Cure is taken
internally acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces ot
the systenv Testimonials sent
fre. Price 75 cents per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
col stipation. ;
6Q tiWUlBttZ'S For B'uistoue,
r- and: ulphur by the 100, and
pray your fruit trees. Full stock
I- of good things to eat All kinds
of horse, cow and chicken feeds,
- i lowest caih prices. Nov. g; it.
FRAIL, SICKLY CHILD
Restor i to Health by Vinol
-setter to Mothers.
Anxious mothers often wonder why
their children are so . pale, thin and
nervous ana nave so little appetite.
For the benefit of such mothers In
this vicinity we publish the following
J. Edmund. Miller, New Haven,
Conn., says: "My little daughter, ever
since her birth, had been frail and
eickly, and was a constant source of
worriment. Several months ago we
commenced to give her Vinol. I im
mediately noted an -improvement In
her hjalthi and-appearance. " I gave
"hgfthree bottles of Vinol, and from,
the good it has done her I can truly
say. it will do all you claim."
This child's recovery was due to
the combined , action of the medicinal
elements extracted from cods' livers,
combined with the blood-making
and strength-creating properties of
tonic lion, which are contained In
Vinol will build up and strengthen
delicate children, old people and the
weak, rnn-down and debilitated. We
return .the money In every case where
it fails. .
P. S. For pimples and blotches try
our Saxo Salve, 5Va guarantee it,
Smith Drug Co., Salisbury, N, 0.
"I was under the treatment of two doctors, write
MraTR. L Phillips, of Indian VaUey, V, wand the? pro
nounced my case a very shibborh one, of womanly weak
ness. I was not able to sit up' when I commenced to
I used it about one week, before T gaw much change.
Now, the severe pain, that had been la toy side for years,
has gone, and I dont suffer at all I amfeelina better than
in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of CtrduL"
if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any
of the troubles so common to women.
Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed
of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the
womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up
the womanly nerves, and regulaflng the womanly system.
Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years.
Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they
received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today.
BIG OFFER FOR
Double Votes and 10,000
Extras on Big Mo
Now is the time to GET BU8Y in all that these
words imply. This refers alike to those who have
been working and those who have not It is of
especial advantage to the boy who has not many
votes to his credit. He can now jump into thv
game and make a showing that would have. other
w'sh been impossible. i
Our proposition is as follows: Beginning with
Monday, December 2nd, .and including Saturday to
.2 o!clockp. m.; December 7th, double votes will be
gi ven on all a mou nl s paid on subscriptions to The
Watchman and Record witn 10,000 extra votes to
the one who brings iu the greatest amount on sub
scriptions during the time named.
Now is your chaucj, boys. Get busy, be busy,
Suppose we would offer a $200 motorcycle' for f 100,
how quick would it go ? We are doin& better than
this. This splendid $200 machine is offered for only
a few weeks' work. Suppose you put in every day
until the close of the contest, you could not earn
more in the same time in any other way. Get out
and be a WINNER.
Like the Coffee of Paris
You Can Drink It at
$ - ...
Try French Market Coffee on your own table just once. Note its
delicious aroma and flavor its smoothness, its exhilaration. Drink
several cups at midnight compare it with other coffees.
The Original French Blend
FRENCH Market Coffee is the identical old
French blend, brought to New Orleans by
immigrants from Paris over a hundred
years ago. Tourists and travelers know it.
They rarely fail to visit the old French Market,
when in New Orleans, to drink cup after cup of
the marvelous coffee that has made the French
Until the establishment of the French Market
. Mills and the perfecting of. the new, air-tight,
hermetically-sealed package, genuine French
Market Coffee could be had nowhere else.
But now we are able to place this historic
blend this delicious French coffee, in your
grocer's hands, ready for your instant call.
Unlike Ordinary Coffees
E import direct in original bags the fa
mous Pan-American coffees, including
the famous Blue Mountain Coffee of Ja
in a i c a, the
choice of Gua
This comes in
seas. No cold
beans. The very choicest product, the fine
private-estate grown coffee, is bought by the
French Market Mills.
These fine coffees are correctly combined in
exactly the right blend and proportion.
It takes almost twice as long to roast French
Market Coffee as it does ordinary coffee.
Yet all the flavor and aroma all the refresh
ing and stimulating qualities of the coffee
are retained and intensified.
Packed in Air-Tight Tins
THUS we deliver to your grocer genuine
French Market Coffee thiscoffee like you
get inAParis or Vienna in all its fresh
ness and uneqsaled flavor.
Beware of Imitations
YOU will be offered "French" coffee stated
to be "The same as French Market Coffee."
You must be careful to see that the pic
ture of the old French Market, with the name
"French Market Coffee," is on the label.
This is the only genuine French Market
Try it once and you'll agree "There is only
one real old French Market flavor."
FRENCH MARKET MILLS
(Now Orleans Coffee Company, Ltd-, Proprietor!)
NEW ORLEANS . m
arid the price is no more then you pay for shoes
not near so good at some stores.
Goodman's all solid leather
shoes for women and children
are positively the very Best
shoes sold in this section for
Goodman's shoes for child
ren in kid gun-metal and
royal calf . 5 to 8 for 70c, 75c,
85e and 98c. 8i to 11 for 98c,
$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 linel, price $1.50
Women's button shoes
made on newest last
$2.00, $2.K0, and $3.50
Men's $1.50 day oating
shoes for $1.25
Men's heavy blucher alU
solid work shoes, as good as
any $2 50 shoes to be found
anywhere, but our price
only - $2.00
Men's rnal nice dress shoe,
patent or gun metalv button
and blucher at $2.00 & $2.50.
Good solid leather shoes
for boys that will give good
wear at reasonable prices.
Full stock of Elkin Shoes
for men, women and children.
Men's Elkin $2.00
Extra good value in all
kinds of underwear.
Children's real good heavy
fleeced union suits 25c
Boy b' extra heavy under
shirt and drawers for 25c
Women's 50c union suits
Women's grey wool vests
and pants 75c
Women' red wool vest and
Men's heavy 50c under
shirts ar.d drapers for 9tz.
Coats and coat Suits.
Special bargains iu coat
suits and long coats.
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Bridge work $3 to $5.00
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