Tlie Carolina Watchman
7o. H. STEWART, Editor and Owner
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Entered as second-class matter January
19th, 1905, at the post ofjtee at Salisbury,
N. C, tmder the actol Congress ol March
2rd, 1879. - .
Salisbury, N. C, Aug. 18, '15.
Aug. 16. We are haviug a fine
season in this seotion at this time.
Rev. N. D. Bodie preached a
more praotioal and speotfio ser
mon than common at his last ap
pointment. All good people like
to hear their faults apeoified aud
what to do for improvement.
Arthur Thomas is home from
Washington, D. C , on a vaoatioa.
M. R. D, Brown is also at home
from Albemarle pn a vacation of
a few weeks.
Rev. R. L.Brown has a peaoh
tree that is considered over bear
ing. At this time it has a orop
of well grown good size and nearly
ripe fruit, and at tht same time
has another orop ooming. on from
the size of small marbles and
larger. Venus if vou oan beat
this trot out your tree.
The Brown reunion association
is growing in magnitude.
Rev. John A. Koons is stili do
ing a good work in his pastorate.
Our young people are, as usual,
still alert in their oonnubial man
euveringe, eaoh viewing the other
with a oritioal eye.
Best wishes to the Watchman
and its many readers. Viola,
Leo M. Frank Linefeed.
Marietta, Ga., Aug. 17. Leo M
Frank, convicted of the murder of
Mary Phagan, was taken from the
Ctate Prison Farm at Milledge
villa last night by a small band of
determined men, was brought to
within a few miles of the Pbagan
home in this oity at daylight to
day and hanged to a tree only a
short distance from the Marietta
The body, found at 8o'olock this
morning, dangled from the tree for
several hours while a throng from
the surrounding countryside gath
ered about the soene. By a vote of
the crowd, the body was out down
without mutilation and taken by
automobile to Atlanta, where an
other throng congregated to view
it. Officials of Cobb County in
which the lynching occurred, im
mediately instituted an investiga
tion. Coroner Booth empannelled
- jury and announoed the county
commissioners had empowered
him to employ additional coun
sel . -Two witnesses appeared be
fore the jury, which adjourned its
sessions for a week while officials
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC.drive, ouf
2ialaria,enriches the blood, builds up the system.
A true Tonic. For adults and children. 60c
Tie Brovn Re-Union
The Brown Re-union and Asso
ciation will meet a t Granite
Quarry on Thursday, August 26th,
at 10:80 a. m; I
The morniDg session will be for
business and afternoon session for
speakers and a pleasant time for
all. The old stone house built in
1766 is of interest and will be
visited during the day .
This meeting is not intended
alone for the deoendants of Mi
chael Braun, builder of the old
stone house, but is for the pleasure
A Urge crowd is expeoted there
fore all should oome with well fill
ed baskets, that we may have a
big dinner as well as other sooial
Ball game called at 4 o'clock.
Remember the date, August 26.
Curat Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Curs.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing:,
are cored by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porters Antiseptic Hes,in Oil. It relieves
PaJsaad HetJa st the same time. 25c50cfLM
Miss Carrie Jfi . Cook, a native
of Jamestown, - died at her home
on Chestnut Hill Friday after
noon. The funeral took plaos
Sunday afternoon and the inter
ment was ia Chestnut Hill Ceme
tery . She was nearly 26 years
old and was highly spoken of by
$hose who knew her,
Rev Trader DM aifl Poiiei
Congregations Join li'Showltf.Loit and
Esteem for Pistffr. Oeatb of Mr. Welct;
"Gold Kuob, Aug 16 The good
BsaeoLS sti 1 1 bold ont and the
promise of a tfood oorn orop is at
Mrs. Oil ie Baker cf Concord.
and Miss Louis Tbomnson if
Kaonapolis, who have been visit-
iugJnoD. A. Gcodmau of th'u
pUoe, returned home Sunday.
Miss Daisy Ball Phillips cf Sal
isbury, is visiting her ancle, P. M.
Phillips, of this place.
Arthur O Lyerly of Washington
city, oame in Saturday nght to
join his wife and little daughter,
who sre here visiting Mr. Lyerly 'b
Miss Jersi) Proctor of Salisbury,
is visiting friei.ds in our oommuui
ty this week.
H. F. and Lee Morgan of the
"Knob," spent last week up near
Mill Bridge visiting friends and
Miss Rhea Ritchie of Ritchfield,
visited Mollie Holshouser here.
Miss Carrie Park spent last week
with her sister, Mrs . B. A. Good
man m Salisbury
Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert 0. Park
of Concord, spent Saturday night
with Mr. Pa'rk's father, Geo. W
Park, of near here.
E. H. Boob" Trexler is right
sick at his homa near here.
The children's annual mission
ary service will be rendered on the
fifth Sunday of August at St
Peter's Chnroh, at 280 p. m. At
11 a. m., Rev. George H. 0 Park
oi Kanuapolis, will preach. The
general public is cordially invited
Oa Thursday, August 12th, the
members of St. Peter's and St
Vtathew's E. L. Churohes assembl
ed at the parsonage near St. Mat-
caew sirrcne purpose oi giving
the pastor, Rev. H A, Trez!r,
A. 1. " f I I'M
toe Barprise or ois ute, and, sure
encugh they were successful with
out a doubt. Que of Pastor Trex
ler's members at St, Matthew's in
formed him that he would spend
the day with him and he was look
ing forward to entertain the visit
or, but about 10 o'clock he was sure
enough, surprised to see a lo. g
train of buggies and wagons com
ing from in the direotion of of St
Peter's and, when the dust had
finally settled he was convinced
that his table would have to be
greatly enlarged to supply the
wants of this hui gry people. Just
at this time St. Matthew's coi gre
gation began to pour iu until all
told about 225 members of both
ohurohes were shaking the hands
of pastor and family. At exaotly
noon Pastor R L Patterson, D.
D., of Union, arrived and, after
scripture reading and prayer and
several addresses, we were called
upon to perform an operation up
on the long table of every good
thing to eat. After the feistmg
on good things on the over burden
ed table the parishioners began
to bring in coffee, baking powder,
flour, peaches, apples, watermel
ons, corn and oats until it looked
like the people and pastor were
expeotmg to abide together for a
long time, but Dr. Patterson call
ed upon Mr. and Mrs. Trexler to
stand up and told them that thesfe
thiDgs were only partial tokens oi
love and esteem from these people
to tbeir pastor The pastor re
plied that the life of a minister
was strewed with flowers and
thorns and that this was one of
the flowers, and an American
Beauty Rose at that. -An organiza
tion was perfected and the meeting
together of the members of these
two churohes, with their pastor
and family, will be an annual af
fair looked forward to with muob
pleasure. James M. Trexler of
St. Peter's was ohosen president
with a committee of three from
IraD. Welch, was born Septem
ber 3, 1890, and departed this life
August 15, 1915, aged 21 years, 11
months and 12 days. Mr. Welch,
who was born in Yadkin County,
while working at High Point he
met Miss Carrie Misenheimer of
this place, who was visiting her
uncle at that plaoe. Just three
years ago tbey were married resid
ing at High Point for some time,
then went to Mr. Welch's fathers
at East Bend, N. 0., and last fall
moved near here to farm. Mr
Welch has always 'been in bad
health. Just six weeks ago he
had aD attack of typhoid fever
and was thought to have been get
ting along fine, but the disease be
ing too much for him the Death
Angel same into his horns Sunday
State Hews Itms
News Concentrated for Host ibo Want to
Know abont Hons Affairs.
Probably the most serious fire
that has occurred in Concord since
the Odell Kill was destroyed, oc
curred Monday morniDg, when the
Phifer building on Union 8 treat,
in which is located the department
Store of H L Parks & Co., caught
fire. The blase started between
the oeileng and the roof on the
thiid floor and before it was ex
tinguished a good section of tbf
roof had fallen in and the gords
in the wholesale, dry goods and
olothing departments of the store
were either burned or water-BOak-
ed. Hugh Parks, manager cf the
dry goods department of the firm,
and G. Ed Eestler, seoretary and
treasurer, estimate the damage to
the stook at $30,000. The loss is
covered by. insurance. The bnild
ing is owned by Robert Phifer. It
is also insured .
The South Yadkin Baptist As
sooiation will convene at Moores
ville, on Thuriday, Septsmber 2ud.
A number of delegates will go from
Salisbury and Rowan Ccuuty and
a great meeting is expeoted.
The August term of Cabarrus
Superior Court convened Monday
morning. Judge Lane of Went
worth, is presiding and Solicitor
Hayden Clement, of Salisbury, is
representing the State.
The laying of the corner-stone
of the Fries Reeves Institute at
Newsom, Davidson County, will
take plaoe under the auspices of
the Masonic fraternity of North
Carolina Friday. Dr. Howard E.
Rondthaler of Winstou-Salem will
be among the speakers for the oo
oassion and the institute will be
under the management of thd
Blue Ridge Conference of the M
SjsttE Tiu'siay rat
There will . be an interesting
and instructive aidrese de
livered by Congressman Jobn H
Burnett, of Alabama) in the old
court house Thursda
sinking, at 7:30 o
Burnett is the author
uett immigration bill
ed the last Congress
teed by President Wilson. Im
migration will be bis subject aud
th speakiug will be. under the
aujpicies of the Jr. Q U. A. M.
P O 9 of A , audthe D. ofL
Everybody is invited to come
md hi-ar this verr, important
mpssffge concerting fear country's
of the Bur-
bot was ve-
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
tinging in bead. Remember the full name and
took for tbt akmatnre cf R. w. gvqw. 35c
afternoon and summoned him tc
oome on high. He leaves to moan
their loss a young widow, one littl
boy, sixteen months old, a fath
er, mother, oue sister and three
brothers, Mr. Welch wti a mem.
ber of High Point Council Jr. O.
U. A. M , and will be Luried thie
evening at St. Peter's Church with
the honors of that society, the fun
eral services will be oonduoted by
Rojkwell Oounoil, No. 170, Jr. 0
U. A. M. We mourn but not as
those who have no hope. Lek.
rwaaied. To rent a em -h' rM farm
Will furninh tfcck and impl
inputs Addross, T L Ovprcath,
rente 2. Oleeland. N. C.
For Sale. 0:te two passenger auto
mobile, first clans conditior.
Woold trade for boro snd bu&gj
Phone flC)5-L, Salisbury. 7-28 2t
Miss Delia Crews, of Los An
geles, Cel., who is riding over the
oontinent on a motoroycle spent
Monday in Salisbury while in
route to New York oity. She
travels alone and hss made some
thing like 8,000 so far.
Phillip W. Murray who lived
a short while in Salisbury some
time ago, has been nominated for
a seat in the Virginia house of del
egates, from the Newport News
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
ont Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
OnDda up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Valuable Lands For Sale.
Pursuant to the terms of two certain
Mortgage Deeds of Trust, exeedted bv
M. A. Lentz and wife. Maude M. Lentz.
to the undersigned trustee on Oetober
11, J 813, which are recorded in the of
fice of the Register of Deeds for Rowan
county in Book of Mortgages No. 48
page 65, and Book 48, page 80, default
having Dean made in the payment of
i l . j . i . .
tne inaeoieaneBS mere in secured, ana
at the request of the holder of said
notes, the onlersigned will exrose for
sale at r ublio auction for eash at the
court house door in Salisbury on
Saturday, September 4th, 1015.
at the hour of 12 m , the following de
scriDea real estate :
A certain tract of land lying on the
northeast side or the lioid riill road
about one and one-half miles southeast
of Palisbury.N. C, beginning at a stake
near a telephone pole in the center of
the uold Hill road, August Legal rs
corner; thenee with his line south 89
west 11.42 chains to a stone Leeall's
corner; thence south 291-4 east 9 90
chains to a birch on the i orth bank of
the creek on Legall's lice; thence
a new line north 43 J east 14.32 chains
to a Walnut ; thence north 21 f west
8 85 chains to a stone ; thence so th 31
west 24 chains to a stake in the center
of the Gold Hill road ; therce with the
said road south 7 east 5.63 cnains to
the beginning corner, containing 25
acres, and being a part of the Jennie
Orossett land and of the old L. W.
Crawford home place.
Reserving however out of the grant
hereby made one-half interest in mines
and minerals on the Crawford land for
the heirs and assigns of the L W.
Crawford as set forth fully in deed re
corded in Rowan county record of
Deed i Book 11, page 230.
This the 8rd day of A ugust, 1915.
JOHS L. RSBOLCMAK,
'' " ; trustee.
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expectea to nave to
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bottle I took of
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pound relieved me of
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and I continued its
use until I became
reerular and free
from Dains. I had
asked several doc
tnra if there was anvthinff I could
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was nothing that they knew of. I am
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will alwavs rive it the highest praise. "
Mrs. C. H. Griffith, 1568 Constant
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Hanover. Pa. "I suffered from fe
male trouble and the pains were so bad
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my husband got me Lydia E. Pinkham's
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cludes such well known makes as
Warner's "Rust Proot"
"W. B. Nuform"
We have a very complete stock of all
these well known makes.
ip 1 1 I if
I $ i !
i f ji
Warner's Bust Proof and W.B. Corset at $-00 f .50 JJ.OO
48c and 75c
... 39c and 48c
Ferris Corset waist for Misses at
Ferris Corset waist for Ladies at
Extra nice Corset for Ladies at
SALISBURY, CI. C.
thai dollar in ihe tali Is
YOU carit expect a crop of money at the end
of your earnm? season if ybu dorft plant a,
fetf dollars in tKe lank NOW.
4 IFE is jurt a matter of farming of finding
La fertile soil in a tool field ot lrealcin $ loond
i i f ...i:...i vcrt 1 1 i. c i ,
mem I r.
and tcin patient. TRe KarvfotinJ come last?
the main Work mask he done vthile ike least
result are shoxJinQ." ferherfHaulmnn.
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once and by Aug 20th, you will receive rebate
Some of you have waited for the new price
before buying your new Ford. The 1916 prices
are as follows.
With full equipment F. O. B. ex
cept speedometer. Get Catalog
of the new machine and ask for
you gain nothing.
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