THE CAROLINA WATCHMAH, SALISBURY, H. 0.
' of interest to '
ALL OF OUR READERS.
Tlioraae B M-ireli Jr, who
is at the otfiewra traintfig
camp at Ne wport, R I,
bee i operated upou twic i
drain his luiiflts he beiug
very-f il' with pneumonia.
His many frieu Is will be glad
tokrtow t ie last report was to
the eifect that hlft condition
was lightly improved, but he
in etill in a very, serious con
Monday evening the ineiur
berch'p of Rowin Lo lget No
100, Kuighle of Pythias, cele
brated their 20, h anniversary.
The program was quite leu thy
Judge E B Oline, while
presidiug ovcsr the Rowan JSu
perior court last week, de
cliued to sign an order for
certa'n papers in the hands
of 'ohn T Dooliug, which
were seized in Gaston B
Means' apartments in New
York. James . L Webb, at
Chariot tn, also refuser to
sign an order citing Attorney
DolPng to appear for sen
tempt, he having refused to
give up certain papers. Tins
leaves the pioscution with
the papers as at the start
Meaus who is charged with
shooting Mrs King is confined
in the Cabarrus jail.
Attention is called to the j
advertisement of V u' aace
fc Sons in this paper. Thej
are good people to trae with.
Rowan's third squad of men
drafted for the array, tlrrty
eight strong, Mt last Thurs
ay morning for Camp Jack
eon at Columbia. This leaves
,95 yet to be secured to fill
- There were eighteen mem
bers of the Rowan Lutheran
Ministers Association present
a their meeting in Saluoury
yesterday. The meeting wa
held in St John's church and
an interesting program was
gone through with.
The ftury water was
turned iuto the big tanks of
the Southern Railway at
Spencer Sunuay afternoon.
Jt is the intention of the com
pany to use the Salisbury
water exclusively and discon
tinue the rump station at the
The Rob Roy quartette one
of the entectaiumets t- be
famished Salisbury b the
Radpath Lyceum cou!sa, will
, appear in the old court bouse
The public schools of the
county will begin to open in
November, some on the
.first Monday day, some on
the second and sme on the
The transtei red term of the
Federal Court from States
vine, conveued in Salisbury
Tuesday. The regular fall
terra of this court will con
vene here next week. Judge
James E Boyd of Greens'ooro,
ia Dresiding. and Solicitor
W C Hammer, of Asheboro,
is prosecuting. Quite a nam
r ber of defendants and wit
net sea are present.
- Prof. R Gr Kizer; chairman.
and E H Bean, secretary, are
conducting a food consorva
tion campaign for Rowan
county. They are sending
cut pledge carde $o the fam
ilies throughout the comity
which it is expected are to
. be signed up duriug the week
beginning October 27th.
Sheriff Jas H Krider went
i to Raleigh Mouday to- attend
i a conference with other sher
j iffe throughout the State by
request of Govarnor Bickett
Thre was a battle hetwen
blokaders and deputy sneriffs
near Badiu Friday night.
One blockader Burgil Pinion.
said to be leader of the gaug.
was knied and several others
woftnded. Next morning
several arrests were made and
more are expected.'
It is reported 'from Hickory
that Judge E. B Chine, will
not seek reelection when his
present term expires.
The new street cars are now
being used daily over the
Main Street line. They are
A couple coal cars jumped
the track on the Western
branch of the Southern Rail
way near Shober's bridge Fri
day afternoon The cars
were considerably injured,
the coal scattered and the
the track torn up and blocked
Traffic was maintained over
a side track and a wrecking
crew cleared away the debris
finishing the work Saturday
Several parties have been
going oat to nearby farms and
and picking peas on shares
Recently about twenty pupils
from the Salisbury Normal
and Industrial Institute went
out and picked peas for a
vfarmer in need ot such help.
Those young ladies will do to
tie to boys.
Quite a number of the
North and South Carolina
troops at camps Jackson apd
probably lu(;UU, are tQ be
transferred in order to fill
units at other camps.
A Liberty Bond Campaign
A campaign is flow in pro-
gress in tnis county witn tne
object of in ducin our people
to purchase the liberty bonds,
now being offered by the govern
ment. Those bonds are being
sold taxes free for the purpose of
securing funds with which to
equip and pay our soldiers now
preparing to go td the front, to
build and equip ships, and pay
for the fuel, the sailors' services,
to supply our 'array and navy
with provisions, to "build, equip
and man an aerial corps that will
make our conntry supreme in this
line, to furnish our army and
navy with the necessary hospital
service and to finance, provision
and aid our allies in their heroic
struggle fn the cause of democ
racy versus autocracy We are
in the struggle, funds are needed
and the shortest way out is a
glorious. victory, something that
will cause all of us to forget any
mistakes that will be made and
give us just cause to be proud of
the powers of our great, united
A committee of which H. A.
Rouzer is chairman, has arrang
ed for speakings at the following
times and places:
Rockwell, Wednesday night,
October 17th. Speakers: W H
Woodson and J M McCorkle
Spencer, Thursday night, Octo
ber 18th. Speakers: W H Wood
son, Rev W W Way.
Cleveland, Friday night, Octo
ber 19th. Speakers; Kerr Craige,
John L Rendleman, A L Smoot
and W J Swink.
- Woodleaf, Friday hight, Octo
ber 19th. s Speakers: W H Wood
son H A Rouzer, and J M Mc
Landis, Wednesday night, Cct.
17th. Speakers: J D Norwood,
W B Strachan, H A Rouzer.
A meeting was held at, Faith
Saturday night, Mt Ulla Monday
night and one at China Grove
The Ouinina That Does Not Attact theH9(!
Because of it tonic and Uxative ffect. LAXA
TIVB1PROMO QUINIMB is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
rintfn In head. Remember the fuU name and
look for the signature of E. W. GROTS. 30c
Mrs Ellison Robinson, aged
64, died at her home in East
Sperlcer, Tuesday night, Oc
tober 9tti She leaves a hus
band and several sons. He?
remains wer taken to Char
iotte for interment last Wed
Henry Russell, two year
old son of d G My rick, died
Tuesday night, October 9th,
aft the home of his parents
near the fair grounds. The
fmioral was held from the
house last Wednesday after
noon-and the interment was
in Chestnut Hill cemetery,
Mrs Margaret E, wifeof
John W Miller, died at her
home two miles beyond Gran
ite Quarry' September 23rd,
from the effects of Bright'?
disease. The funeral wae
held from Christiana E L
church, the day following
her death. Rev N D Bodie
officiating. The interment
was in the cemetery near-by
the church. Mrs Miller was
neaily 67 years old and leaves
a husband, three sons, Lon-
nie, Luther aud Harris Mil
ler, and two daughter?, Mrs
Nannie Mesimer of Salisbury,
and Miss Lula, who lives at
ho$"?e. Mrs Miller was a
faithful member of Christina
church and had many friends
who will regret to ljarn of
Cren H. Caub1et sge 80,
died at the home of his son-in-law
S C Miller, corner
of Lee ahd Monroe streets,
Saturday morning. The tun
was held frooa the Tabernacle
Sunday aftffuoou, Rev W
A. Lambeth of the First
Methodist Church officiating
The interment was in. Chest
nut Hill. Mr Caubie was a
Confederate veteran, a native
of Salisbury a:d has been
bi nd about 45 year having
lost one eye-iir the war. One
son, B F Ouble, and a
brolhder, Bei gamin Caubie,
l T. Otmu of Lexington,
about 30 years old, was so
badly injured Friday after
no ;n that h sou ) died from
his ii. juries Mr Oiman was
in the employ of the Western
Telegraph Union and had
climbed a pole tint had not
yet .been mde secure, it fell
on him and cu.ed injures
f"om which hsd ed afer being
brongat to th-i Salisbury Hos
pital. His remiins wera
taken to Lexington Satarday
afternoon tor iuterrreut.
His wife was With him when
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Your dr?8rist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure a-.iycase of Itchinjr,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in6tol4days.
The first application gives Ease and Rest. 50a.
of the cwnership,' management, circulation
etc , required by tKe act o" Congress of Au
gusi 24, 1912.
Oi The Caroiina Watchhan publish
ed weekly at Salisbury, State of .. .North
Carolina, county of Rowan.
Before me, a Notary Public in and Ibf
the Kate and county aforesaid, personally
appeared Wm. H . Stewart, who, having
been duly sworn according to law, deposes
and says that he ia the owner of the Caro
lina Watchman and that the follow
ing is, to the best of hia knowl
edge and belief, a true statement
of the ownership, management, etc.,
of the aforesaid publication for the date
shown in the above caption, required by
the Act of August .24, 1912, mbodied.i
section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations;
' 1. .That the names and addresses of the
publisher, edhor, managing editor, and
business managers are:
Name of editor, Wm. H, Stewart, Salis
bury, N. C.
Managing editor, Wm. H. Stewart.
Business manager, Wm. H. Stewart.
Publisher, Wm. H. Stewart.
Owner, Wm. H Mewart,
Kuovn bondholders, mortgages and other
eecurity, holders, etc NONE.
Wm. H. Stewart,
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
17th day of October, 1917.
John L. Rendlemin, notary public.
My commission expires July 8th, 1918.
ff b'e First, Fiel4 Artillery of
New York, -direct from the
Plajtsburg training camp, were
in Salisbury Sunday afteroon.
W5ile their horses were being
fed dud rested in . the-pens at
Spencer the boys were permitted
to yrak about the city. With"
tbejjcompany was a most excel
letzt; band . which gave several
concerts, one on the public square
wbph was greatly enjoyed by a
lare number of the citizens
THsband was directed by Fran
cis Sutherland, who with other
:meyilers pf the band, are said to
haje been at one time members
ot e famous Sousa band. Their
misic was almost perfect and
tties were frequently applauded.
&ome Negro troops from v issis
si p:pi passed - through the city
Sunday afternoon. "They were
in tharge '.of white officers and
were marched up town to give
thiltn a rest aud some exercise.
Wlilnever You Need a General Tonic
,4s Take Grove's.
Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it "contains the
T7el known tonic properties of QUININE
andjjIRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
jmi Malaria, Bnriches the Blood and
Buds up the Whole System. 60 cents.
.WOOD TO CONSUMERS AT COST.
'Continued from page one.
5n map-y 'sections of the state
last year, wood ready for burn
ing; cost the consumer from seyen
to ight dollars a cord, and the
retail market this winter will
probably be higher than the last.
Th, furnishing of wood at cost
by'ne municipality will work no
hardship upon the retail wood
deajer, for the demand will be
suiiS. that he can sell all he can
supply at a reasonable profit, and
if lie undertakes to make .n un
reasonable profit, he cannot com
plain if municipal competition
interferes" with it. There is no
tim to be-lost. Let no time be
'.::-'t ' , ,
waited on the constitutionality
or legality of this proposition.
Whave taken legal ad'ic to
th'' effect, that this work can
pr3fper!y oe done by inunicipali
'tie and we are satisfied that no
cottit is likely to interfere with
th. program or emergency relief
which will not only help win the
wii but which will prevent suf
feing this winter on the part of
thsewho can ill afford to buy
w$pd at any price, and supply
ths public with a necessity at
prices that will not be burden
;lj,Let not any municipality
trelit " his suggestion iightly,
deeming it unnecessary. The
faftts of the fuel situation speak
folj themselves as to the serious
ness of it. and we deceive our
selves if we do not look them
squarely in the face. The. city
orHown that is wise and fore
handed will without delay make
itijelf , as far as possible, indepen
d&tit of coal by going uito the
wod business; and before the
'wfuter is over the people will
rige up and call the oflicials of
tllat city or towtf blessed.''
. The Liberty Loan Bonds are
a.rjght,'but we are not able t
biy j any. Our creditors need
effsh! faster than we can gefe our
hnds on it. Oar debtors are the
flows who are buying bonds.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
ce LAXATIVB BROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cpgh and Headache ana works ott tnccoia.
EWeeists refund money if it fails to cure.
. KvW. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c.
if n the Pennsylvania Lumber
iJo., Greensboro, N . C. , f or cash
fiices for mixed oak cross ties, in
cilidinar beech, birch and maple,
pe also buy white, post or
i)untain oak cross ties, poplar
4d oak lumber. 10-1 4t
leaving this day duly qualified as executor
of the Last Will and Tentement of Mrs Fan
njf?. Swicegood, d ceased, this is to notify
alp persons having elaiirs said estate te pie
set the. same, duly verified, to the under
sied on or before the 15th day of October,
-16 or this uotice will be pleaded in bar of
th&ir recovery. All persons indebted to said
e&te are requested to call and settle with
! phis October 15, 1917. .
I j Thomas L Swicegoob. exocntor,
M Cooleewee, N. 0
Eat Soy B33;H.
The editor has been enjoying
fresh, soy beans and, since a num
ber of farmers are raisiug these
we want to tell them ho g'ood
they , are. Gather, hull and
cook just as you do lield peas or
snelled beans. They have a
splendid flavor, are of finer tex
ture than peas or beans aud con
tain more nourishment. We
have obtained a shelled quart of
these beans from two stalks
which also means they are very J
7 jn 7i
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