DON'T BE A SUCKER
Protestants Who 6ivs Romtn Catholics
Hone) Furnish Trouble for liiemselm.
Oaoe upon a tiun Bime one
made the remark that a sucker is
born every minntQ. To this as
tertion waa added another opinion
to the effect that sometimes tie
said Backer U twiLB., Nothii g
has bo for been euid about, 'sucker
triplets, ha, tram the way th
Chiron of Rom 3 wheedles oiouy
Out cf people who have no kife-r-est
w faith in its mummeries, ouo
would think rhit- 8U3ker3 are
omiug now in littH.s
It is a safe estimate that three
fourths of the mouey obtained by
the Cl urch of Rome is had from
some other s u;oa than ihat
churoh's m-'mbersbip Not only
do the Jesuits g-t their fine 1 r. l -ian
hnd into the publio oriK
but a herds of papal beggars are
perpetually whining and brow,
beating, wheedling and boycot
ting, thretnjng and touching the
wealthy with the gamo facility
that they p'uok pennies from the
poo Iu this way the pope's
agents get the 6uancial meaus for
making Amnc CathoHc, and
for enslaving the very suckers
who, sontribute to their cwn on
doing. The papists always and every
where havB some rat icbemn for
the alleged benefit of the o mmu
city to which all th enlUble are
invited to subscribe There is to
be a b '-spkal. or an asylum, or a
convent j or thorr are nee'il re
pairs or alterations, whr fore
give, give, give, A id an en '-les
stream of gol i ft ws into -ttv-cofTers
of R me li!r- a snrintr-fecl
river into th oean. Di y.u
saokers wh" give know- what h',
comes of yT r gifts'? D y
know what it is u-ed for? H&vn
you any assnrancB thai v ur dims
and dollars are no n ed to stjk
Bme priest's win) cellar or buv
arms to store in th sapa9 cellar
until Rom gets rfady t resist
the school t?x? Wh. t a ...bleFsnH
buncn ! matto:i head? v""u ire t
deny" yurfelf and fiii'v, aid
give their mony, as well a v-ii'.
to provide the sinews nf mr f )r
an enmy thut has nr use for yen
Even now. when you cross thei
hands wi-.h silver, they fe-1 fir
you nothiug bat ciatemot; and
joyfully await th tim whe-.i hy
can tke from you by force what
they now get by begging.
What a pitiful spectacle is the
shopkeeper who thinks he is run
ning his business as he pleases
bat is regularly held up with tne
threat expresied or implied that
he will lose certain trade unless
be comes aarooa. And thire is no
end to tt is graft, for with ' every
demand the papists xtx stronger
and more impudent. In the last
year a boycott ha9 been threat
ened, and possibly enforced'
against a well- known firm of
soap manufacturers because the
owners of the said soap works
helped build a Baptist chapel in
territory that Rome clained ex
clusively. Hi w a boycott of the
unwashed ccu'd flfct a oap fac
tory is uot apparent-, and is likely
that the b ycottfd firm is fortu
nately immune owing to the ns
tare of thf-ir business. But
others are more amenable to the
Romish boy ctt and many have
felt i. Those who suffer because
of it often have themselves
blame because they have dalyed
and encouraged the papal heggr3
in the past 'What Rjme former
ly begged she cow demauds, be
. caaso she' has got the habit and
because the sanoa habit has made
hir strong- Wfhat h to be the
But there are thousands who
give to thia insatiable m n-tsr
who are independent, and free
frcm compulsion. Thousands of
young men and women, who are
Several days ago Mrs. R. B. Brit
tain and Mrs. W. M - L, Gamp
bell were summoned to the death
bed of their aged father, 0. J.
LinelmgTj who died at 5 o'olock
last Wednesday afternoon. Mr.
Brittain wont down the next day
to attend tae funeral which took
place at the Lutheran Chapel in
Gaston County. Mr. Lineberger
was 90 vears old He was former
ly empkyed iu the cotton mill
business, and was held in high
esteem throughout his community.
V. Wallace & Sons former
clerk, J. R Bame, has been ap
pointed to the postmastership at
Barber. He ii well known here
and will make an accommodat
iog publio servant
To Baltimore far Treatneat.
Mrs. James Lyons and her hui-
Jbtnd left Sunday night for Balti
more whre Mrs. Lyons will re
ceive additional treatment fof her
broken arm It will be remem
bire.i that whilt in Montgomery,
Ala , she was ruu into by a motor
cycle and for several weeks was
uuable to return to her home.
T!e break knits very slowly and
it 9 hoped that the surgeoos in
Baltimore may be able to render
valuable assistance in the speedy
and permanent reoovery of her in
Gen. Wan S Cur to Deliver Tbs Cera
May 2. School is drawing to a
close for this spring, our final ex
aminations will be held next week,
then we will be homeward board.
C P Phillips from Rowan ia
among the graduating' class here
this spring. . t " '
Prof. M.T. Hinshaw hai pur
chased, an automobile. -That is
the third Auto, for oar village.
The Newtonian Literary Sooiety
on its regular meeting, April 24,
elected officers for the next fall
term. I S. Shaver wae elected
preeidect, 8. G.. Richardson sea
retary, R. L. Forbfs chaplain, H.
D, Hinshaw oritio, Oscar Bradley
treasurer, Claude Frady marahall
T. S, Wombie chief cf executive
committee, and M. L. Jaekson,
Another Series of Swos bj Pastor
Last Sunday nit Q. A. G.
Thomas, pas)or . of first Bap
tist Church, complied: his genet
of sermons on Romniino, his sab
jot being "The Geat Forces ii
the Development f Protestant
ism." Thisserm '-: ooutained a
great amount of iirmakion ano"
was listened to clov by - a good
aized. audience. Htkdweit especi
ally on the part ntf vm C
England played au why he be
came a Protestant anfl through
him Protestant Eland. It is
not generally know; that Henry
proclaimed himse-fpe. but wes
unable to sustain b effort.
Next Sunday higrJlpiBtor Thom
as will begin KserJ "at v sermons
on "Building ;Jje,; whioh
will coutinue eacjfabjdly night
tor eight weeks. MWpjecta for
the sermons are
Shrinir's Special to Atlanta Vii Soilhsn1
The Southern Railway has been
selected as official route to Atlanta
by Oasis Temple to Shrine meet
ing, May 10- 18th. Special train
will leave Charlotte at 11:00 p.
m,, May 10th, arriving Atlanta
following morning, and returning
will leave Atlanta at 2 :00 a. m ., j iaactivdneys, which - fail to l<er
F. T . Thnrfldac. Maw tlth. .r,i.. oot impunues ana ccy
r rh ivb.m & n j m ii ib iri
jr., ana uiarenoe ttiaennoar as- tuK oparKiug, .-;uoosmg a
sooiates. I Wife," "Accepting 'Husband,''
"The Unmatohed te'air." "The
Wallaces, to Build Where the Big Firo
Occurred oo Theatre Let.
It is now a certain fact that V.
Wallace & Sons will erect a hand
some and modern business bouse
on the old theatre Bite. Plans
are not definitely arranged but the
first floor will be store rooms, and
perhaps the upper floors may be
arranged for lodge looms.
Applications have already been
made for store roDms. When the
building shall have been complet
ed, there will be no doubt as to its
occupancy. ohculd the upper
rooms be used for lodses. there is
no doubt that this widea wake busi
n"84 firm will erect as handsome
can be fouud in the state. .
The program for commence
m9ut, whioh begins May 10, is as
Sunday May 10, 8.00 p. in , Y.
M. C. A. sermon by Rev. Loy D.
Monday May 11, 2:00 p. m ,
corner stone laying for the new
Monday, May 11, 8:00 p m ,
Tuesday, May 12, 11:00 a. m.,
annual sermon by Rev. Joseph E.
Tuesday, May 12, 2:30 p. m.,
Tuesday, May 12, 8:00 p. m.,
Wednesday. May 18, 10:00 a. m.,
Wednesday, May 18 11:00 a.
m., commencement, address oy
Gan. Julian S. Carr.
Wednesday, Msy 18, 2:80p m.,
alumni address by Hon. Fredrick
H. Hyatt, Columbia, S. C.
Wednesday, May 13, 8:00 p. m.,
commencement play, " Because I
Love yon," by college dramatio
I am glad to see the stand oar
brave editor is taking against
Roman Catholicism. That ia the
kind of editor we need throughout
SucoesB to Ths Watchhak and
its host of readers. Roy.
eujoving good wages or income,
thoughtlessly buy a smile cr a
hum blr6siug with moii'j th at
goes to frame a hold-up fcr tham
in case they go in.to business lat r,
and by so doing will be placed at
the mercy of the blackmailers and
their boycott Right now in th
great and growing metropolis of
the West, Kansas, City, Mo., the
sisters of St. Joseph are inaug
urating a beggmg campaign on
the basis of a proposed hospital
They need half a mMlion dollars,
o they 'say, and if they get it,
practically all of that vast anion it
will bo paid by wak fcueed Pro
testants aud thoughsie-n people
without religious affiliation.
"What money the wage earning
Romanist have will be r a 'treri
to pay bapfcismil, mirrii e an1
parochial fees, or for m. 9 t
get them out of purgatory wnn
they have7 died and got away
from the fiber fjrms of gnft.
Th moral t -all this is: D n't
give any monny under a: y cr
enmstances to any Rma j Cf.
ol'n instiuton. If all who ar
n.)t Romanists would heed thai,
papal power iu h9 U 'Pd lUat-
would decline so rapi-liy m t
iooe tbe priestly herd hen?e t
hera th-y cuo'd find b'tt r picU
iog. Tht4 c u itry wul.j tscan
i.h l.orden tb it his b en gr wi g
mo rapidly of late ye ir, un l w
daro say that all the h jpiti!e
needed would be provi led in soon
. othr way and be so c.uducted as
to serve tho needs' of the peoplp.
Hvia5 money, to th riiemy is
jist as bad as giving him your
an or your ballot. With the
pioney ee can buy the meaus of
First Jr 8arasa0 ga izitioa In The World
The State Biraca and Philathes
convention at Durham has just
closed. The Salisbury delegation
report more than 500 new classes
during the past year. One of the
most important accomplishments
of the contention was the move
moat to organize a Junior Baraca
the first in the world Messrs
Walter L. Tatum of Salisbury
Frank P. Meadows of Durham,
were appointed a committee to re
finest a seoarate organization for
- , ..
the jauiors M. Tatum made
vflrv viaor ;us tneeoh which he
received much applaud. By
unaaQMious vote the uew organi
zation was formed with W. L.
Tatum presiieat; F. P. Meadows
jf Diirhami -iioe-president ; Eu
gjue L. Kelium. New Bern vice
president. lihiirmau executive
conam'ttee, Cecil Bailey.
Divided Couple," ftlhe Growing
Family," The' ippy Home,"
"In Oar Father's finse."
Change it the Patterson ciilna Groie.
China Grove, .MsM4. -The fol
lowing ohange has yken place at
the Patterson ManuMqturiug Com
peny's cotton mill sChina Grove,
N.O. J. R. KiJli former sup
erintendent has bee promoted to
the superintender cjrt t he Cannon
Manufacturing Company's mills
Nos. 1, 2, and 8, at Jc ioord, N.
C. C. G. Voss of Riac ieman, N .
0 , formerly sup'ent udent cf
Deep River Mill N(g:: j at that
place, is Mr. Killis!? aucoessor
in China Grove. TfjJ people of
this town extend toJajir:a cordial
welcome, and wish im seccess.
While we vregret m lbsa Mr.
Killian, we also "krw that the
promotion he has :c ved was
deserved, and " we Iftpe oar loss
will be his gain: r. Killian
leaves a host of friers,' and they
all extend to him th&a best withes
for snocess in his nelf field.
15 for Idiourta
Child Cross? Feverish? sick?
A crosB, peevish, listless ohild,
with ooated tcngue. pate, doten't
sleep ; -eats sometimes very little.
then again ravenously; atomsch
soar; breath fetid; pains in stom
ach, with diarrhea; grinds teeth
while asleep, and "starts np with
terror all suggest a Wtrm Kill
er sometbiug that expels worms,
and almost every ohild has them.
Kickapoo Worm Killer ia needed.
Get a box to-day. Start at once
You won't have to ooax, as Kicka
poo Worm Killer is a candy con
fection. Expels the worms, the
came of your child's trouble.
25c, at your drnggist.
more than a ye
tinnous work, Con
restless aud leaders
today began an earne
arrange the legislative program so
that adjournment may be taken
early in July. Majority Leade
Underwood after a conference with
Piesident Wilson, announced that
in his opinion the House can oom
piete ics worx en toe necessary
appropriation bills and. the other
legislation whioh th- president
has insisted upon, long before
Dr. J. W. Zimmerman
Room 801 'Phone 109
SALISBURY, N. C.
crushing you, aud the dispc&iticn
of Rom? to rule or ruin is so evi
dent frcm history ard current
events that to aid or abet the
pope and his henchmen is the
hoightof tolly to eay the least
FEEBLE OLD PEOPLE
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Thousands of poultry raisers who use it all year'
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It's a liver Medicine.
Also a strengthlng Tonic.
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Charlotte same morning. .
This special train will be com :
posed of the latest design Pnliman
compartment drawing roomr steel, -eleotrio
lighted sleeping cars-, din-
ng car and baggage oar.
The entire train will be parked
as Shrine Park during the Atlanta
meeting and every facility will be
arranged for the comfort and con
venience ot those ocoupying the
oars while there.
Tho following low round-trip
areB will apply from stations
Charlotte $8 25. Oonoord $8.90,
Salisbury $9.60, Winston-8alem
$10.75, Greensboro $11.10. Gasto-
uia $7.65, Statesville $9.60. Hick-
ory $9.00, High Point $10 60,
Jock JJ.il! $7 70.
Fares from all other points on
same basis. Dates, of sale May
7th to 12th inclusive, with final
return limit May 20th, with priv
lege ot extension or anB,i limit
until June 20th by depositing
ticket and payment of $1 00.
Passengers from other points
may use regular trains iuto Char-
otte, connecting with the special
In addition to the Oasis Special
there will be extra pullman cars
operated on a nnmber of regular
trainB to Atlanta to take oare of
special oar parties and general
travel. Arrange ments for special
cars should be made in advance
All applications for reservations
on Oasis Speoial starting at Char-
otte should be made to Thomas
Griffith, reoorder, Charlotte, N.
C, direct. Applications for re
ssrvationi in all other can and all
arrangements for speoial parties.
ors, etc., should he made through
any Southern Railway agent, or.
R. H. DbBdtts.
Div, Pas. Agt.,
Charlotte, N. C.
' pure, and the only way on earth to
, premanently and positively cure such
troubles, is to remove tnc cause.
The new discovery, Cfoxone, cures
touch conditions . because it, reaches
the 'renr roots the disease. It
soaks right , into the stopped up, in
active kidneys, thtbugh the walls and
linings; Cleans ott the kittle filtering
cells and glands; ueutralizes and dis-r
solves the p6isof ous. uric acid sub
stances that1. lodge in joints and
muscles to scratch, and; irritate and
cause rheumStifini; it neutralizes the
urine so it vj-Jlotiger; irritates the
lenaer , memnran.es oi .? uwuuew
and cleans ipuCr and ' strengthens the
stopped up, lifeless' kidneys so they
filter and sut.all; the poisons from
the blood, and idriye !i out of thd
-ySo ure," so positive, i o guick and
lasting, are the results obtained fromj
the use of Croxone, that three dosesj
a day for a few days are often all
that is required to cure the worstL
case of backache,' regulate the moifr;
annoying bladder disorders, and orjJ
come the numerous other, .sj"
It is the most wonderful prPara
tion ever made for the purpose. IU
is entirely different from - a" otherj
remedies. There is nothing else on'
earth to compare with-. it. It. is so
prepared that it is practically impos
sible to take it into the human sys
tem without results:
You can obtain an original package?
of Croxone at trifling cost from any;
first-class drug store. All druggists!
are authorized to personally return!
,the purchase price if Croxone faUs to
give desired results regardless ofi
how old you are, how long you have
suffered, or what else has failed to
State of ) Iu the Superior
North Carolina. Court,
Rowan County.) Before the Clerk.
Nellie B oward. Ida,
Howard. P. D. Howardl
and wife Minnie How- Notie.
ard. Rose Parrot and'
liasband E. L. Parrott ,
and The Salisbury Real
ty & Insurance Co.
The defendants above named will
take notice that tn action entitled as
above has been commenced before the
Clerk of the Superior Court ot Rowan
county to partition the land in which
each of the defendants have an inter
est actual or contingent ; and the said
defendants will further take notice
that they are required to appear at the
office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Rowan county on the 6th day
of May, 1914. at the new court house
in said county in Salisbury, N. C, and
answer or demur to the complaint in
said action , or the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demanded in
J. M. McCubbins,
Clerk Superior Court.
This 81st day of March, 1915.
Gifts of Sil
Told How to Regain
Strength and Vigor.
As one grows old the waste of the
system becomes more rapid than re
pair, the organs act more slowly and j
less effectively than in youth, the ch j
culation Is poor, tho blood thin aud
Vinol, our deliciou9 cod liver and
Iron tonic without oil Is the Ideal
strengthener and body-builder for old
folks, for it contains the very elements
needed to rebuilu wasting tissues and
replace weakness with strength. Vinol
also fortifies the system against colds
and thus prevents pneumonia. j
Mrs. Mary Ivey, of Columbus, Qa.,
says: "If people only knew the good
Vinol does old people, I am sure you
would be unable to supply the de
mand. I never took anything before
that did me so much good as Vinol
It is the finest tonic and strength
creator I ever used in my life."
If Vinol fails to build.up the feeble,
old people, and create strength we
will return your money. j
P. S. Our Saxo Salve stops ltchlug
ana Begins neaung at once. x
Smith Drug Oj., Salisbury, N. 0
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ware most desirable for gifts. To-day this renowned
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the original brand of Rogers, but the heaviest grade
plate guaranteed by the makers to give absolute
The remarkable durability of "1847 ROGERS BROS."
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Knives, forks, spoons and fancy terring plecet may
be procured in numerous designs, some fancy, some
simple and chaste. -4m
till' i a
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Do you want two machines in one?
It sews with a look stitch and a chain
stitch. If so get the Domestic. Do
you want the New Home? It is auto
matic and ball bearing. Do you want
the New Ideal? Do you want the
Goodritch. or the Ruby or the New
Model? Or do you want your old ma
chine overhauld and cleaned up so it
will sew like a new one? If yon want
supplies for any kind of a machine,
shuttles, needles, belts, oil cans, sup
plies of any description? If so, write
C. W. Harrington,
Rockwell, N. 0.
Or call Frick & Lyerly's store at
Rockwell , as I will open a machine
shop and office there. If you want to
live and let live, ste me.
Yours to please,
C. W. HARPINGTON.
Will Pjf Highest cash ptioe for Hop
rcWnts delivered at 220 South
Jaclson St., Salisbury, N . C.
Service Boar H. C. Rose man. rura
8, who lives Dear Mulberry
school house, has just purchased a
Que U, 1 (J. service boar for the
benefit of his nsighborbood. Call
or write for furth-r information.
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