THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
Wn H, Stewart,
HDITOB AND OWNER
Published Every Wednesday,
120 West Innes Street.
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tJSpteied as seeond-elass matter Jan.
MthJlB08iat the post office at Sahs
of lli1- 04 under the act of Congress
Salisbnry; y t May 9, '14.
Camrzi Rtj8CtTnic GTerturesT
El Paso, Texas, a G.-Gen.
VeDuayana Oarranza has formally
declined the suggestion of the
South American mediators that
he oeaae hostilities against Gen
eral Haerta peuding the ootoome
of the plan of mediation. His
note, lent to Washington yester
day, was made public here today.
No importance is attached'twre
to the report that the rebeh and
Federals at Tampico are arrang
ing a trace. It is assumed that if
true the cessation of hostilities is
for the purpose of burning the
dead or removing the wounded.
Fish Market For China Grote
Yesterday afternoon one of our
prominent merchants J. L.
Hculshouser, Esq., - enticed the
cashier of bur bank, W O.Sif.
ferd, a prominent school teacher,
Prof. H.J. Peeler, to go a fish
ing. They loaded up with fishing
tackle, bait, harpoons, etc, and
proceeded in a powerful automo
bile, to a spring branch east of
town and dropped their hooks in
to the damp water, soaked the
bait thoroughly, probably caught
cold and returned home in good
time for Bupper. If this keeps
up we may expect a fresh fish
market eitablished here soon
China Grove Rec rd.
Coughed for Three years
" I am a lover of ycur godsend
to humanity and science. Your
medicine, Dr. King's New Discov
ery, cured my cough of three
years standing," says Jennie
Flemmicg, of New Dover, Ohio.
Have you an annoying cough?
Is it stubborn and won't yield to
treatment? Get a 50c. bottle of
Dr. Kings New Discovery to-day
What it did for Jennie Flemming
it will do for you, no matter how
stubborn or chronic a cough may
be. It stops throat and lung
trouble. Relief or money back
50s. and $1 00, at your Druggist
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for
: FAITH. ;1
May. 2; H. M, Wright,
and Ernest. Murphy are do
ing some good painting on
a large residence that was well
equipped with all modem im
provements, We understand the
residence will be occupied by G.
W. Wright when the painters are
through with it. It is near the
Hambly granite residence in Sal
isbury. We have been informed that
there was a mistake made in the
age of Henry Peeler, deceased.
His age being eighty-sweu yearsf
five months and ten days. He died
at the home of L. R Lingle. Mrs.
Liogle is his oldest daughter, and
he was making his home there at
the time of his death.
Farmers are planting ootton
seed and corn right along now.
A good many people will go to
the old soldier's reunion at Jack
sonville, Fla,, Monday night from
this part of the county.
Venus enjoyed his first mess ot
strawberries with sugar and cream
this year at Adolphus M. Brown's.
C. C. Wyatt received a letter
today from his. son, Sidney, who
is on the battleship Louisana. He
tells about the war and . says he
has not had a scratch yet. He
won a ten dollar prize for being
the best gunner.
J. T. Wyatt has just received a
letter from Sandy Frick, a Faith
boy who is on the battleship
Florida. He tells about the shoot
ing and says if more trouble comes
they will turn their big 14-inch
guns on the Mexicans. It takes
ten days for a letter to get here
from Mexico. His letters are in
teresting and lots of the boys like
to hear them read.
John F. Shoe and his young
bride, who have been makng their
home with the bride's parents
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mahaley,
since khetr marriage, 'have gone
down to Norwood to visit Mr
Shoe's parents. This is the bride's
first trip away from home and it
goes mighty hard with the old
folks to see their onlv dauehtet
- o -
un tne zvnn or April last year
W. L. Lud wick sold several quarts
of strawberries. This year they
are late. Venus.
The Solicitng Committee For The Faro
Life School Visits Salisbury.
The soliciting committee of the
farm life school to be built here
was in Salisbury Wednesday and
made a partial canvass of the
city for funds to assist in the
ereotion of the building. This
committee composed of Messrs
W. J. Bwink. B. S. Sbuford, T
8. Wilkie, E. E. Gray, P. A
Earnhardt, and Robt. W. Gray,
obtained pledges aggregating
about $700, which encouraged
them very much, but hope when
the canvass is complete to increase
this to $2,000 or $2500 .
As this is a county school it is
hoped that Salisbury will do a
real good part by the school,
however any assistance is duly ap-
preoiated. China Grove Record.
4th, ic which quite a Dumber of
interesting subjects were dealt
with concerning the town of Rock
well. The ice factory at Rockwell has
began 'operations and we are in
formed they are making a good
quality of ice.
Messrs. Peeler and I.yerly of
Granite Quarry hualed their large
derrick poles, 55 feet long, last
week. Six large horses were hitch
ed to a low wheeled wagon and
where the road was bad gave them
all they could pull.
A fruit tree agent passed through
our vicinity last week. 4nite a
number of the farmers gave large
v. Z. A. Klutts, tax lister fbrGjold
Hill Township, has given notice
that he will be at the different
poling places in the Township
during the month of May.
John Jcsey repaired the bridge
at Garner's Creek May 1st.
The farmers are about done
planting add we notice that little
fine grass is beginning to make its
John Josey hauled a fine lot of
posts to Rockwell and leaded them
iu cars April 80th.
Geo. Fosperman hauled reck
in the bad holes near James
Nance's last week.
Charley Miller was iu Salisbury
ast Friday ou busiues?.
J. D. Goodman of Rockwell
was in Salisbury Friday May 1st
There was a birthday dinner at
ohn Sbupiug's April 28th. Mr.
Shuping had gone to Rockwell on
business that morning and on re
turning home found about TO
riends and relatives bad gathered
at his home, among the number
being Kev R. R. Sowers aud Rev.
C. P. Fisher. A bountiful dinner
was served iu which all partook
and the occasion was a very pleas
ant event in the life of Mr. lihnn-
og. It is hoped by his friends
that he will live to eniov manv
Qaite a number of people in
this locality atteLded preachiug
at Rock Grove Church laBt Sun
day uight. Uncle Bul.
the bride'tftother on last Sunday
at 4 .o'clftcfejp. m,, Rev.1 G, O.
Ritchie jiar of the bride, effi
ciatiup. wish the oouple a
Ir.i and bpy : life. '
J. B. Lisifjg bought a fine Ante.
Ht can noyke his whole family
it aud m$r& cbnroh
Mr. aoc3irft ruiwm mn
. -v urn i Am.UWi(
were visitot their .daughter's,
Mrs. VV. T-Wn L'ff'n. luaVSn:
! '. ' J '
iamtner, age 04
years,' diedJbis,, home on Chest-
nut.Hil', i8bury. Thnieday, of
cancer of ttomabh and neck
The fuaeraiitok place at Paiem
church in t3coui try, Rev. Lin
gle, of Chelfc Hill, Salisbury,
conducted j3i fuuleral serviue's.
M.8S Beiah Ridenhour and
MUs Rttth filchieof St. John's.
Cabarrus 'County, ar'e visitors at
Rev. Ritcht for a few days
Rev. RltVie will leave for
Synod Mayth. '
If a wifo 'unable to reign she
is likely to torm. The law of
nature hold 'g;od in the law of
God. Mau bis children are apt
to reap accjyiug to the sowing
It always apprises a girl more or
Ipsb who ft. fian tells her he loves
ner, ju95 a
all tbti tiria-
he didn't know it
Married in a bal
in clouds, landed in
Evidence that can be verified.
Fact is what we want.
Opinion is not enough.
Here's a Salisbury fact.
You can test it.
J. W. Glover, 128 8. Long St.,
Salisbury N. C, says: "I suffer
ed severely from spells of back
ache. The pain was always worse
across the small of my back. Of
ten I oould not get out of bed
without assistance. Finally, a
friend advised mi to try Doan'B
Kidney Pills and I procured a box
at J. W. McPhersOn & Go's.,
Drug Store. A few doses stopped
the pain in my back and since
then when I have had occasion to
take them, they always helped
On March 2, 1912, Mr. Glovar
added: 'I gladly confirm the
publio statement I gave some time
ago, praising Doan's Kidney Pills.
They cured me of kidney trouble,
and the cure , has been perman
ent." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
imply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills tbe same
that Mr. G'over had. Foster
Milburo Co , Props., Buffalo, N Y.
ROCKWELL, ROUTE NO. 2.
Miss Belle Sbive has been Btay
ing with Mrs. Julian Troutman
the past week .
Mr. and Mrs. Pola Gantt o
Salisbury, came out to M. L.
Gantt's farm April 27th.
The post rffioe at Rockwell ha
b en moved aud the newly ap
pointed postmaster, G. H. Peeler
took charge May 1st.
The Rockwell Gasket Co., closed
down last Friday and Saturda to
do some repair wcrk.
The olasBis of the Reformed
church was in session at Rookwel
the past week. This brough
quite a number of ministers and
delegates to KccKweu, wno were
entertained in a most pleasant
way by the Reformed people of
The town board of aldermen
of Rockwell, held a yery impor
tant meeting Monday night, May
a hog -pen, i'$he "experience of a
Ncrth Carol fia oouple who went
op in an .aifrhip for their honey-
Gold Hill, May 4
c'.uliu' d to lEs bed- for
thro mouthy loeS net
Ntiiolei u 'Ejexlpx, has purchas
ed a nw fraio"5. eugine . I guess
o some sawing
Specill April Goods
to be found at
B ELK -HARRY CO
The Store that sells for cash and for small profits
This why you find it pays to trade with us.
'Watting Rugs 25c.
27i54 inoh Matting Rugs asst. pattern
worth 50o our special 25c
15o Plain cloth window shades for
48c Window shades on guaranted
rollers for 35c
48o Lace curtaiDS for 39o
Extra good value in lace enrtaine
for .....75. 98o
73 Curtain sorim for 5c
7o Colored curtain goods for 5c
New Cotton Goods.
New crepe cotton goods, cr pe good
are-all the go this jea'on. White &
colored worth 20, and 25c for 15c
Cotton Poplin all colors for 15 & 25c
Sainett always sells f or 25o looks
like silk but wears batter for . . . . . .20c
Yard wide Joponika silks for 25c
Fonlard silk worth 75a for. 48c
Men's jork shirts some storfs
would ask-50c for, our price.. .. .. . 39c
M9us 4,Boll Dog" and Long John
work shirt for 48c
Special lot of men's negligee shirt
$1.00 Value our special 69c
Salisbury, N. C.
hn moftiiB tn t.
SALEM CHURCH .
May 1. Farmers are very buy
these hot days planting coru and
. Wheat and oats are looking fine
r. c. rkiuttz had a verv eick
horse a week oc so ago. He had
the doctor out to see it .
James Bogle and family of Sal
isbury, were out last Sunday vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Kluttz.
Sam Kluttz and family were
out visiting hit father last Sun
day. George Bost's child is sick with
C. C. Ridenhour is building a
big 3 story barn. I guess he is
looking for a big harvest.
Jacob Bostian, of China Grove,
and Miss JenniePatterton, the ac
complished ycuug daughtder cf
Mrs Simpson Patterson, of near
Grace neighborhood, were happily
wedded in the presence of family
and a few friends at the h'ome of
hoovj folkt Sfrflday.
R v. Pr cereached a most in
terf'Btu g s- rn? 3ii to a larpe audi
ence Sunday fteruoon at Liberty.
Lee WbOof the St Paul's
igbboroood-i? visited at J A.
Brady's Satig3ay night, and Sun
day, Mr.; VSbb was somf what
elayedor sfi, return borne on
account cf so li t mischief played
by srne of tb. young boys near
by. W hnphat Mr Webb will
not get lTjndd and not return,
we welcoue'h back heartily.
- W. E. EaasP. m-vde a pleasant
visit-at J. H Morgan's Sunday
Th D. andsfc'.' of Jackson Col-
l-Ejf C uifctiis still growing
This is a xroarder snd the writ
er encruriAs ftwho cau I e
comR a intnlp.
W. H. Holtibou8er of Salisbury,
visit-pd hdmfrfAlks recently.
Ahy-iiio wi3.;g to hear some
good mus.c ehrtS'd make a call on
our go.:d frie.iiIv'y Morgan.
Mr. and M.r J. A. Arey of Fal
isbury, viBitebat F. M. Fyack's
C. A. CemplIl visited at J. F,
Vith'best whes to the Watch
man. Wild Bill.
guaranteed to please any reasonable person, done as quickly,
as well, same or better grade of paper- full count, courteous
trefitm ' fa all and prices reasonable. Wivt. U. Stewart, printer
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Mav 2 .-Fanners are quite busy
in this Becbi(b preparing aDd
planting cru Sme are more
than bif diasjvhile others have
not planted an.
The new LntJran church was
dedicated 'ast Saturday afternoon
Rev. M. M. KlSfard, of Salisbury
preaohed the idicatory sermon.
We have threeie w ohurohes in
our vicinity. ftSjt-tbodist, Lutheran
and Baptist. - .
Misses Ellensalid Lottie Harkev.
r of Albemarleited at Jos. W.
Millar's last Se4rday and Sun
Ivey Surrattho has been very
sick with pnpufijnia and yellow
jaundice is ablpilo. be out again.
The little crTH$ of Mr. and Mrs.
I Aiolphus Eaglt' has been very
I low for the paagweek we are sorry
to note. si"
4 . ' &t.
I. Cowan 'Shfcir contemplates
visitiug Albencujirye tomorrow.
: James Kridelf of Salisbury,
tookdinner wj3 C. Shaver last
Miss Roxie sley and Carrie
Shaver conterfijte attending the
commencemeiitgat Ruth rford
College from. f 10th to 14tb.
Iredell To Have a Creamery.
As a result of the moeting held
at the court house Saturday in the
interest of the establishment of a
creamery m tne county, Messrs.
W. C. Wooteu. I. N. Paine and R.
C. Little were appointed a com
mittee to confer with a committee
appointed at a similar meeting
held in Mjortville Saturday for
the purpose c f deciding on the lo
cation of the cream ry. The
creamery will of course be located
either at MooreBvill or States
vill. aud tbe committer is to de-
oide on which ot the9o two places.
The plan is to !et the end of the
cruuty that gets the creamery put
op the capittil to build, quip aud
operate it, with tbe understanding
that the dairymen aud farmers of
all the county shall support the
creamery regardless of its loca
tion. The dairymen at the meet
ing held here Saturday expressed
their purpose to abid ) by the de
cisiou of the committee and sup
prt the creamery wheiever lo
cated. Statesville Landmark.
Imprismmant fir Smith
StoneaU Jackson Smith, prat
master at Porter Stanly ccuuty,was '.
i entenced to thn Ftderal prison at
Atlanta by Judge B iy(d for a term j
of one year and one' day. Smith ,
plead guilty to rifling tbe mail of 1
a cripple who had been in the
habit of receiving letters contain- J
ing small sums of money. These
letters having been missirg the'
department made investigation J
which resulted in the submission
of the' postmaster. Judge Boyd
in passing sentence spoke feeling
ly, stating that he would like to
be merciful with all such cases, j
hut law and society rendered bis
obligation to government so im
portant as to make it imposiible
to pass them by .
Officers of Coast Artillery go to Fort Cas
well. Lieuteusn M. F. Hatcher,
ordnance officer iind quartermas
ter on the staff of Major Kuykeu
dall of tbe coast Artillery Corps cf
N C. National guard, rcaived
orders for all effiof-rs of the- above
with four eniisieJ men from each
osinpany to report last Saturday
at Fort Caswell. Tbe gathering
of tbB no'inhers ia,for the pur
pose of attending officers' school,
aud are under direct authority of
tbe War Dnprtmeu6.
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