THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN
Win. H Stewart,
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Entered i aeoond-olass matter Jan.
19th. lflOS, at the post office at Salis
bury, H. O., under the act of Congress
of Marsh 8rd, 1878.
Salisbury, N. C, Oct. 28, 1914
County Democratic Ticket.
For U. S. Senator:
HON. LEE B. OVERMAN.
For Corporation Commmissioner :
E. L. TRAVIS.
HON. R. H. DOUGHTON.
For Solicitor 15th District :
For Trial Justice, Rowan
P. S. CARLTON.
For Proseouting Attorney,
Rowan County Court:
L T. G. FURR.
For State Senator:
B. B. MILLER.
For Representatives :
T. D. BROWN,
Wm,0. COUGHENOUR, Jr.
ForJChrk of Superior Court:
J. FRANK MoCUBBINS.
Register of Deeds
J. C. DEATON.
JAMES H. KBIDER.
For Township Tax Collector :
C. M. 0. BARGE K.
For County Treasurer :
JOSEPH 0. KESLER.
For County Surveyor :
P. CRAWFORD BERNHARDT.
For Coroner :
T. WALTER SUMMERSETT.
For County Commissioners :
H. C. TROTT,
J. W. PEELER,
O. O. HARRISON,
E. E GRAY,
JOSEPH W. MILLER,
C. J. FLEMING.
Tf nepotism is wrong, or if plain
graft is wrong, then, it matters
not who praotices it, the fact re.
mains. It dees not excuse one
party to say the other is equally
guilty, that merely meaus one ie
as bad as the other.
Thk Watchman has taken no
part in politics this year. It
recognized from the beginning of
the campaign that the people
were fairly well satisfied with
things political and were other
wise not much interested and,
therefore, so far as this county
and State are concerned, the De
mocrats, with due consideration
for car Republican friends, wouid
not lose a man, whether worthy
or not. This conviction has been
vo strong that we believe that if
certain candidates could be proven
to have hoofs and were sprouting
horns while their opponents were
leveling in hallows and budding
wings, the result would be just
exactly the same. Politics is cer
tainly a queen beast.
Wlj Not 18 Consistent
Romanists Want Toleralioa From Protest
ants but are the Most Intolerant on Earth.
The American Federation of
Catholic Societies, which conven
ed in annual session at Baltimore
recently, sent several delegations
composed of priests and prelates
to Washington to protest to Presi
dent Wilson against the treatmeut
accorded undesirable Romanists
in Mexico by the constitutional
The newspapers dwell on the
faot that they demand d that Wil-
sen reccgniz) no government in
Mexico whioa does not guarantee
religiouB freedom .
Yon baa it deoends on whose c x
Romanists in America, where
thy have the protection of the
powers that be, and stand in wi'h
the lickspittle politicians who ru'j
the government, do not bheve iu
religious freedom for Ptoteatauts
When a publio speaker goes out to
dispute the claim ol Rome to
everything in sight from the
policeman on the beat to the
presidency, he is promptly mob
bed by the Roman. Catholic hood
lama, but when the criminal Rom
anists are railroaded from Mixico
in an effort to make'it possible to
establish peace in the unhappy
country, they howl about prosecu
tion, and actually try to prevail
on a supposedly neutral govern
ment to intercede in their behalf
and set up an irqaisition against
Protestants and non-Cathol:cs for
protection and for the purpose of
wreaking vengance on their ene
mies, the "heretics .'
President Wilson is said to have
promised the delegations to do
what he could. What he meant
by this promise remains to be
seen, but the people of America
should see to it that he maintains
neutrality in Mexioe jnst as in
dastriously as he does in Europe.
The American government will
have all it can do for the next few
month attending to its own buei
ness. It is not necessary to sot
up a government protectory fcr
orimimaPRomsn Catholics in or
dr to find something for our hir
ed masters to work at.
When the Roman tool, Huerta,
was in power in Mexico, and was
slaughtering Protestants and non
Catholics by wholesale, Rome de
manded that the government keep
hands off, bnt now that that the
other side has the whip band she
is very much exercised about
Mexico and can find all kind of
excuses for butting into the melee.
Virtually this is what Rome
says to the people:
"When you Protestants are iu
power, jou should be tolerant fo..
you believe in it. But when w
are in power we cannot be expect
ed to be tolerant, because we DO
NOT believe in it."
Fine doctrine, eh? Tb.3 Men
A Happy, Home
(Read What Peruna Did)
Mrs. James F. Summitt, No. 1006
East Eighth St, Muscatine. Iowa,
.writes: ' -
"My iealth was so miserable for
years that I was ; practically an in
valid. We had no ' family, owing to
my ill health. I was induced to give
Peruna a trial, and found very quickly
that it was helping me.
Evidence that can be verified.
Fact is what we want.
Opinion is not enough.
Opinions differ. ,
Here's a Salisbury fact.
You can test it .
J. W. Glover, 128 8. Long St.,
Salisbury, N. C, lays: "I suf
fered severely from spells of head
aohe. The pain was always worse
across the small of my back.
Often I could not get out of bed
without assistance. Finally a
friend advised me to try Doan's
Kidney Pills and I procured a box
at J. W. MoPherson & Co.'s Ding
Store, a few doses stopped the
pain in my back and since then
when I have had occasion to take
them, thev have helped me."
On March 2, 1912,- Mr. Glover
"I gladly confirm the public
statement I gave some time, ago
praising Doan's Kidney Pills.
They cured me of kidney trouble,
and the cure has been peram
neht." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
K'ofc Doau's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Glover had. Foster
Mil burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N.
Boif EM at Cuoleuee
Two young meo, Chariie Lino
barrier aud Bryant Golly, a mere
boy of Coleemee, had gone huut
ing together and alter having re
moved the shells from their gu s
pretended to be firiog at each
other. They then rearmed their
hunt and later began a similar
play and it was supp led ach had
drawn hia shells, but after Hiring
it was discovered that Linebarrier
had not drawn his and when the
trigger was pulled the gun fired
and Golly fell to the ground,
having received the load in the
side of his neck. He died a'
ouce. The coroners jury examm
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proved health. He is our first and
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trial, the same as I have."
Those who object to liquid medi
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Soulhern Ra Iway Ccmpanj.
To Shippers and Receivers cf
freight in North Carolina :
Attention is called to revised
tariffs containing rates for the
transportation of freight between
poitts iu North Carolina, effec
tive October 13. 1914 Thee
'ariffs are issued in accordance
with th' decision of the Special
Rat Commiieion, dated August
All freight tariffs of the Sruth-
ein Railway Company iii c nflict j
wiih the provjsiLLrt) of this orori
have been Cxi celed r rtvid to!
oonform to the rate?, ruh s aud
regulations prEcribfil by the
Special Rate Commission.
Sfeceial atieuti- n is celled
the fact that in th application of
this new law, rcaLv important
changes aud new c.udrions are
brought about, the knowledge of
which is psseutial to every shipper
and receiver of freight iu North
Carolina. Ordinarily there is t ut
one rate between any two pointB
within the State. Under the new
law there will be as many rate?
between two g.ven pcint9 as there
are available routes between such
points. A new he sis for making
joint rates with other lines is pro
vided and the shipper has a right
to select the shortest available
route. S me of these routes,
while pbye;cally shorter than
others, tire longer fiom the stand
point cf efficient Bervice, aud the
movement of freight via these an
usnal r u ea will necessarily re
quire rnr.re time than if sent via
more f fficient routes.
Shippers should in all cases in
sert in the bill of lading the route
over w. ich it is desired that the
shipment move. North Carohns
Joii t Tariff No. 1 provides spr cific
i-runn instructions to aud from
v f point on these lines withii
i.i State of North Carolina, the
obfervacce of which insures th
application of the lowest avai'abl
rates. For further lLformation
apply to the Agent of this Com
pany at this station or to the fol
lowii g fficeri :
Div. Frt. Agent, Grensbor.-, N. 0
J. A. 8MITH,
Div. Frt. Agent, Columbia, S. C
J. H. ANDREWS,
Div. Frt. Agent, Raleigb. N. C
A. K. ORR,
Div. Frt. Agent, Aeheville, N C
H. A PARKER.
Commercial Agent, Chark tte.N.C
Is4t possible there is a woman in this country who con
tinues to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound a trial after all the evidence that is con
tinually being published, which proves beyond contradic
tion that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffer
ing among women than any other one medicine in the world ?
We have published in the newspapers of the United States
more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been pub
lished in the interest of any other medicine for women
and every year we publish many new testimonials, all gen
uine and true. ' Here are three never before published:
From Mrs. S. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I.
Providence, R. I." For the benefit of women who suffer as I have
done I wish to state what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
has done for me. I did some heavy lifting and the doctor said it
caused a displacement. I have always been weak and I overworked
alter my baby was born and inflammation set in, then nervous pros
tration, from which I did not recover until I had taken Lydia E. Pink
ham s Vegetable Compound. The Compound is my best friend and
when I hear of a woman with troubles like mine I try to induce her
to take your medicine." Mrs. S. T. Richmond, 199 Waldo Street,
Providence, It. I. '
A Minister's Wife Writes:
Cloquet, Minn. "I have suffered very much with irregularities,
pain and mflanimation, but your wonderful medicine, Lydia E. Pink
ham s V egetable Compound, has made me weU and I can recommend
tne same to all that are troubled with these complaints." Mrs. Jen
nie Akerman, co Pvev. K. Akerman, Cloquet, Minnesota.
From Mrs. J. D. Murdoch, Quincy, Mass.
n?JlQfUIN7' MAf - ;The d?ctor said that I had organic trouble
fiIJ.M get any relief. ' I
veitised and I tried it and found relief before I had
finished the first bottle. I continued taking it all
through middle life and am now a strong, healthv
woman and earn my own living." Mrs Jane D
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"Write to LYDIA E. PINKHAM MEDICINE CO.
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Your letter will be opened, read and answered
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for Rowan County.
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