THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN
Ww. H.0TttWArTT. Editor and Owner
I PHI I III I Hi" I I I
PhiUlahed Bvry Wednesday
At Salisbury, N. C.
' Cubsertptlon Price:
TTafiflmHm, 4. year....... ....... I .75
Raetil, 1 year. . . . ... ........... .75
Tke PresresilTe Farmer, 1 year. .1.00
S t tor a year each, only $1.60
Catertd aa eoond-claas matter Jan
mary lttX 1905, at the postoflice at
Cas&cty, N. C under the act of Con
creo cf March Srd, 187.
aaliibury, JN. U , Jfpb. 27, 1918
A man that Ib young in
years may be old in hours, if
he haa lost no time.
- To curse the Germans is
one thing and to take a posi
tion in the front trenches is
another and entirely differ
ent matter. A barking dog,
The Lexington Dispatch
ouggebts that partisan poli
tics be left out in Davidson
county this year and Govern
or Bicfeett suggests that it be
left off in North Carolina.
The suggestions are all right
if it can be done. A 'much
Deuer tuing to do, ana easier,
i?ould be to cut out factional
trife for office in the party.
For instance, this Congres
Pttretnil Prepares to Resist Invasion.1!
Petrogiad, -Feb. 23 Delay
ed, Although the latest mes
sages appear to indicate that
Petrograd will be spared
German occupation, there is
no relaxation in the strenuous
efforts to reorganize a com
plete system of defense by at
least one paper of means by
many meetings which are bp
ing held today in all districts
of Petrograd. We are offis
dally declared in a state of
eige and a force of 50, C00
volunteers is expected to be
underarms in a few days.
All street demonstrations are
forbidden and journalists' no
longer are allowed admission
to Smolny institute, the offis
cial seat of the Bolsheviki
government A special com
-mittee of national defense
has been formed with fitteen
members of the people's conn
oil commissioners. This com
mittee includes the extra
ordinary military staff of
five members also five repre
entatives of the central ex
ccutive committee of work
men's soldier's and peasant's
councils two and three dep
uties each from the Bolshe
vie committees and the left
faction of the socialists revo
mi TIRE A CHANCE,
Si&bory Ptoplo Should Act in Tim
If? you suffer from backache;
If you have headaches, dizzy
If there are bladder ills:
Don't delay likely your kid
neys are sick.
Salisbury people recommend
Doan8 Kidney Pills.
Here's a Salisbury woman's ex
perience: Mrs. H. Frost, 693 North Main
Street, says: "I had backache
and other kidney disorders. At
J . - w fAV WW VVWUA
and lame, I could hardly get
around. Mornings the trouble
Wa iworse. My kidneys acted
irregularly and caused me a lot of
annoyance, I had heard of so
nany who had found Doari'sKid
jity Pills good that I began tak
ing them. They lived up to the
claims made for them, relieving
the misery; in my b ack -and regu
lating my kidneys."
wyv, at itu ucaicrs. UQu t
simply ask for a kidney remedy
ffV uoan's Kidney Pills th e
aame that Mrs. Frost had.
Foittr Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buf-
American Price Rigidly Regulated
by United States Food
CONSUMERS HERE PAY 9c. (
8ugar Cost 35 Cents a Pound During
Civil War Refiners' Profits
Sugar Is selling today throughout
America at from 8 to 9 cents a
pound to the consumer, even though
there Is a world shortage which has
reduced this nation's sugar allotment
to 70 per cent ol normal.
Through the efforts of the United
States food administration the sugar
market has been regulated as far as
the producer, refiner - and wholesaler
Is "concerned. The food administration
has no power to regulate retail prices
except by public opinion. Even though
more than 85,000 tons of sugar have
been shipped to France In the last
four months the retail grocer's sugar
price is around 8 to 8 cents. He
should sell this sugar at 8 to 9
cents, the food administration believes,
and asks the American housewife to
pay no more than this amount.
Last August when the food admin
istration was organized the price of
sugar rose suddenly to 11 cents a
pound. During the Civil War sugar
cost the consumer 85 cents a pound.
By regulation of the sugar market and
reducing the price to 8 and 9 cents
and keeping It from advancing to 20
cdnts the food administration has sav
ed the American public at least $180,
000,000 In four months, according to
a statement made by Herbert Hoover
the other day.
"It Is our stern duty to feed the al
lies, to maintain their health and
strength at any cost to ourselves,"
Mr. Hoover declared. "There has not
been, nor will be as we see It, enough
sugar for even their present' meagre
and depressing ration unless they send
ships to remote markets for It If we
In our greed and gluttony force them
either to further reduce their ration
or to send these ships we will have
done damage to our abilities to win
"If we send the ships to Java
for 250,000 tons of sugar next year
we will have necessitated the em
ployment of eleven extra ships for
one year. These ships if used in
transporting trcops would take
150,000. to 200,000 men to France."
Reason for World Shortage.
As Mr. Hoover pointed out the
United States, Cnnada and England
were sugar importing countries before
the war, while France and Italy were
very nearly self supporting. The main
sources of the world's, sugar supply
was Germany and neighboring powers,
the West Indies and the East Indies.
German sugar Is no longer available,
as It Is used entirely In Germany,
which also absorbs sugar of surround
England can no longer buy 1,400,000
long tons of sugar each year from
Germany. The French sugar produc
tlon has dropped from 750,000 to 210,
000 tons. The Italian production has
fallen from 210,000 tons to 75,000 tons.
Thus three countries were thrown
upon East and West Indian sources
for 1,925,000 tons annually to maintain
their normal consumption.
Because of . the world's shipping
shortage the allied nations started
drawing on the West Indies for sugar;
East Indian sugar took three times
the number of ships, since the dis
tance was three times as great Sud
denly the west was called on to fur
nish and did furnish 1,420,000 tons of
sugar to Europe when 300,000 tons a
year was the pre-war demand. The
allies had drawn from Java 400,000
tons before the shipping situation be
"In spite of these shipments," Mr.
Hoover stated the other day, "the
English government in August reduced
the household sugar ration to a basis
of 24 pounds per annum per capita.
And In September the French govern
ment reduced their household ration
to 18 2-10 pounds a year, or a bit over
1 pound of sugar a month. Even this
meagre ration couM not be filled by
the French government it was fwnd
early In the fall. America was then
asked for 100,000 tons of sugar and
succeeded in sending 85,000 tons By
December 1. The French request was
- granted because the American houses
hold consumption was then at least 55
pounds per person, and it was consid
ered the duty of maintaining the
French morale made our cojirse clear."
Today the sugar situation "may
be summarized by stating that if
America will reduce its sugar con
sumption 10 to 15 per cent this
nation will be able to send 200,000
more soldiers to France.
Sugar today sells at seaboard re
fineries at $7.25 a hundred pounds.
The wholesale grocer has agreed to
limit his profit to 25 cents a hundred
plus freight and the retail grocer is
supposed to take no more than 50 cqntfl
a hundred pounds profit This regu
lation was made by the food adminis
tration, which now asksthe housewife
to reduce sugar consumption as much
as possible, using other sweeteners,
and also .reminds her that she should
pay no more than 9 cents a pound foi
Centre! of Can Refiners' Profits.
'Immediately upon the establish
; ment of the food administration," Mr
Hoover said, "an examination" wail
made of the costs and profits of refimlf
lng and It was finally determined that
the spread between the cost of r&rf m
ana the sale of refined cane sugar!)
should be limited to fLSO per hundred
pounds. The pre-war differential had r
averaged about 83 cU ummA
nnafa vara fnnnn tn hit hdn ImMUi
ed by the war In Increased cost of ref
fining, losses, cost of bags, labor, insurf;
ance, interest and other things, rather
more than cover the difference. Afteif
prolonged negotiations the refiners'
were placed under agreement estab?;
lisning tnese limits on uciooer x,,nnu.
anything over this amount to be agreed
extortionate under the law.
"In the course of these lnvestljgtt
tlons it was found by canvass of th$
Cuban 'producers that their sugar hadU
during , the first nine months of thH
past year, sold for an average or aoouj ?
$4.24 per hundred t . o. b. . Cuba, tl
which duty and freight added to thl
refiners' cost amount to about $5.6$;
per hurfdred. The average sale prlce
of granulated by various refineries, acf
cording to our investigation, was about
$7.50 per hundred, or a differential oft
$1.84. ; if
"In reducing the differential to $1.80!
there was a saving to the public of 54
cents ner hundred. Had such a ave
ferentlal been In use from the 1st oft
January. 1917. the public would -havet
saved In the first nine months of th4
year about $24,800l000.,,
Next Year. J
. . 4-. wr aricnirfl
ization of e trade Jf PfJ "Wj
next year two committees have beeaj
formed by the food administration:
i A I n . aammmIaIv rrnirnv
i. a wiuuxiifiw wuiyiMiui
sentatlves of all of the elements old
American cane refining groups. The.' f irth 6J6 deg west one hundred feet
principal duty of this committee is toi VP a rQck, thence south 87 deg east
divide the sugar imports pro rata to Wnf wt
. , .T. 3 tne Lrold Hill road at three hundred
their various capacities dkeet, in all three hundred and twenty
absolute Justice is done to every r I fce feet to a int in the middle oi
finer. , ;
2. A committee comprising three rep -
rpsentfltlvps of tha Ensrllsh. FrenchUsWP ooe' hundred Ieet to the begin
nnd TtnUnn e-nvemmenta two reore-
7 uv aa fl1,et wide across the west end of this
witn a raemDer oi we iooa wunuutniM'
tlon. Only two or the committee nave
arrived rrom uairope, pur iney Tepre
ties of this committee are to deteramiijv.
the most economical sources from a
4- (.. all ol.'M
uausyvii ytjuui, six. now vt au u
If oa v orranira fro r errf n t T!Tl1nTTTI 11'
rates, to distribute the foreign sugary
between the United States and allies, . i
subject to the approval of the Amerl 1 ,Jhn W Glover, James M
can, English, French and Italian gov1 '(Mover. Joe X Glover Hen
ernments. hJ Glover, Chas.C Glover,.
, . ... .wliF.rank M Glover, Mrs Al-'
This committee, while holding strong J y&.Heilig and 'husband,
views as to the price to be paid fortj, F A Heilig, David h
Cuban sugar, has not had the fina ; over and George H
voice. This voice has rested In the; trover.
jt a. J.1 Bi.u.-ilc '
governments concemeu, toguier
tne vjUDan governmeni. auu a wiau
state empnaucaiiy uiat au x uj b"-,
tlemen concerned as good commercial5 :ats above named, will take notice
men have endeavored with the utmost ttat a special proceeding entitled at;
patience and skill to secure a lower, I'aove has been commenced in the Su
Drice.' and their Dersistence has re-I'Prior Court of Rowan county, N C,
oKr, AamanAa hv iK iumts ras
auouL .uv pei iiuuuicu ywuiiUO, v. u.
Cuba, or equal to about $0 duty paichled in this cause, the said defendants
"This price should eventuate,"
Mr. Hoover said, "to about $7.30
per hundred for refined sugar from
the refiners at seaboard points or
should place sugar In the hands of
the consumer at from 814 to 9.
cents per pound, depending upon
locality and conditions of trade, or ,
at from 1 to 2 cents below the j
prices of August last and from one.
half to a cent per pound cheaper 1
than today. "
"There is now an elimination of 1
speculation, yruuui, wiu
in tne renning aione ine American
people will save over $25,000,000 of
the refining charges last year. A part;
of these savings goes to the Cuban,
TTnwnilBn. Porto Rlrati and trfinslanlan
yivuuvci suu yan w wuduuici.-
Armoula tn nralnmra astntftt thft
food administration have been made
because the Cuban price is 84 cents
above that of 1017. It Is said In effect
that the Cubans are at our mercy;
that we could gef ' sugar a cent lower.
We made exhaustive study of the cost
of producing sugar in Cuba last year
through our own agents In Cuba,' and
we find it averages $3.39, while many
producers are at a higher level. We
found that an average profit of at
least a cent per pound was necessary
in order to maintain and stinfulate,
production or that a minimum price of
$4.37 was necessary, and ' even this
would stifle some producers. .
"The price ultimately agreed was 23
cents above these figures, or about one
fifth of a cent per pound to the Ameri
can consumer, and more than this
amount has been saved by our reduc
tion in refiners' profits. . If we wish to
stifle production lnCuba we could
take that course just at the time of all
times in our history when we want
production for ourselves and the a
lies. Further than that, the state de
partment will assure you that, such a
course would produce disturbances in
Cuba and destroy even our present
supplies, but beyond all these material
reasons Is one of human justice. This
great country has no right by 'the
might of Its position to strangle Cuba.
"Therefore there Is no Imposition i
upon the American public Charges
have been made before this commit;
tee that Mr. Rolph endeavored to ben
efit the California refinery of which he
was manager by this 84 cent increase
in Cuban price. Mr. Rolph did hot fix
the price. It does raise the price to
the Hawaiian farmer about that
amount It does not raise the profit of
the California refinery, because their
charge for refining Is, like all other re
finers, limited to $1.30 per hundred
pounds, plus the freight differential ons
the established custom of the trade.
"MrBolph has not one 'penny of in
terest in that refinery."
Hoilee to Ci editors
;S Having- qualified as administrator
fi the estate of A. M". Glover, this is
;! notify all persons -haying- claims
against the said decedent to file an
itemized verified statement of same
. . . . .
K&tice .wm oe pieaaea in. Dar or tneir
icovery. Persons indebted to said
tate are notihed to make prompt
iXhis Jan. 26th, 1918.
John L. Kendeman, Admr.
lortgage Sale ol TalahDie Real Estate,
Under and by virtue of the power
j vale tuu munoritj coniamea in
t??at a deed of trust executed to the
Undersigned trustee on July 20, 1914,
,lr Geo Shipps and wife Mamie Shipps
tyhich is duly recorded in book 35
piige 124, etc , in the oflSce of the re
$ferv'of. deeds, for Rowan county.
Korth Carolina, to which reference is
hereby made, default having- been
tade in complying with the terms and
Informing the conditions therein, I
villi sell at public auction for cash to
ttje highest bidder, at the county court
Isuse door in the city of Salisbury,
IjJarth Carolina, on
ptuTday tiie 2&d Day o! Mareli, 1918.
gi 12 o'clock noon the following prop
fety: AH that parcel or lot of land,
tuated in the township of Salisbury,
ifprth Carolina and described as fol-
Ibws: Lying on extension of East In-
Siss strtet, beginning at a point la
ie middle of the Gold Hill road Pawl
larger's north corner and runs north
, dig west line passing a rock twenty
Uct from tne beginni corner anJ
runs with the said Barger's line in all
. r. 1 j . . , -
jtarcc nunurcu ana iweniy ieet to a
jrapk said Bargers corner, thence
4 eXJold Hil) road, thene south 6J deg
t st witn tne miaaie of the fctold Hill
iWnyr -Reset ving an alley way fi teen
This the 81st day of January 191&.
, .j Roger D. 0'Kbi.lv, Trustee.
In the SuperiorCourt
V Jiowan County
J. Frank McCubbins
h$7 A; Glover, widow,
The defendants, Mrs Alice Heilit
husband. James F A Heilig, and
jtivia u Uiover, certain of the defend
the purpose of allotting and set-
tftjvjn?a aud de6Cribed in the petition
BCilT.I -5 A j . - . ... -
1 1 img mieresiea parties, ana will iur-
tjer take notice that they are reauired
th aooear at the office of the r.lerW nf
'Vr r "" '
f pyi the Z5th day of February, 1918, and
tLwwer w ucraur to tne petition in
F&iid action or the relief prayed for in
rsaia petition will be granted.
5 i.nis, Jan. zo, iyis.
?? i . J. Frank McCubbins,
Clerk Superior Court.
phn Lf Kendleman, Attorney.
- Knvix t nnNTv
Is The gCP1SBIOg CocBT.
jr Q Forr A(jmP o T A
fcor Hannah Stanard, Dec'd
,Kmem& Hargrave. Ella Wade
'IS! " . et al.
., - The defendants above nmpd will
ti'iL u . ,,,, ,
- . , . . ..
I'R-iove. naH ohpii Rommprflca in ma n.
fto'ifor Court of Rowan County, North
iroiiua, to sen tne real estate ae-
;libed in the petition for assets to
Piy eDtB; ana the eaia defendants
iMU'fariher tale notice that they are
trfqnird to arpear at the oflBco of the
Brk ft tie Superior Court for the
5cjunty of Rowan, on the 7th day of
pbruary, 1918 and an-wer or demur
ff& the complaint in eaid action, or the
5pgiir.tiff will apply to the court for the
gief demanded in said complaint.
1 J Fbakk MoCuBBiua
lJ ' Clerk Superior Court.
i'Thia 7th day of January, 19.8.
: : :
In the Superior Court
iTorth Carolina Before
ff&hran Caunty ( J Frank McCubbins,
fQeo W Mowery, OOHer
nnftton and wife Mary Her
i irg ton . K err Mowery, Th
H Mowery ard J L Mowery
('has W M owerj, Frank Kel
ly and wife, Lillian Billi-
man Kelly, Kobert h Silh
man. ar d T D Not wood,
guaidian of Robert R illi-
man. Overman & P mpanj,
C ftiipin. V CMcAdou
and D Oeatreicher.
frank Kelly and w'fe. Lillian Silli-
jn Kelly, and Robeit B SilHman, the
dfei.danta above nam d, will take no- i
ae that a special proceedirg entitled '
tBuue iinu ueen crmuiei ceu in me
St.peri r court of Rowan county, Ncrth
CTolina, to spII oenair. landa for par
tition, in' which th(y are interested,
Sfd lands being fully described in the
jriwition and complaint tiled in this
RKase, and the said defendants will fur
t!$&r take notice that they are required
jtbappear at the. office of the Clerk Su
wor Court, Rowan county, at the
Sorurt'h use in Salisbury N C, on the
iHjhday of Febntar-, 1918. andanswr
icidemur to the pt t it ion at d complaint
sits eaid action, t the nla;ntiffa will ar
iItathe court for the relief demand
rfai? J. KBAffR MCCUBBIKS,
, . uieiK Bapenor court
aUf. T.r 1i 1A1S ' t
fJoio L iiecdlemaD , attorney, I
or? c ed weekly Try. C; P. f huping.
Bcon, sides per lu, 80 to b5
shoulder?, perB. tsuft loisz
44 ham. vet lb r$0 f O 40
Buicer. tihbiep yellow, 85 to 40
Chickens, per ib,Jjitc 20.
Ducks. 3 to 35.'
Guineas, 30 to.SS.
Eis i doz. 25 to 30
Ci-in.jKr bu?hel, J.80 to l.a
Hour, straight. pe- - k, ?e UUlO f0.ou
pat. is &.i ?o
Hay. perhundred B. 90 to 1 CO
Honey, rer lb, 18 toyo.
Lard, N ., per lb, 23J to 23.
Meal, bolted, per bu t2 2J
Oats, per bu. 90 to 1 25
Potatoes.. Irish, pe I u, 1 'Jo to i ou
Wheat Der bush. $ 7 85 to 2 50
Onions. 1 60 to 2 0U
Br. B. G. Taylor,
China Grove: Monday, Tuesday
Landis: Thursday, Friday and
Nobth Cab'-lina, ; In the Supriox
Rowaji Goukty. ) Court.
Before 4. Frank McCnbbinc , Clfrk.
Walter Hawkins, Eddie Haw'
ins, Samuel Hawkins, Daisy
Hawkins, Henderson Haw
kins, Carl Hawkins .and Odel-
ia Hawkins. j. NOTICE.
William Hawkins and James
William Hawkins will take notice that
an action entitled as above has been com
menced in tbe Superior Court of Kowan
Oounty, North Carolina, for the purpose of
dividing certain lands for partition in
-which the said Wm. Hawkins is interested
and is a proper party to said proceeding,
aud the said defendant will further take
notice U-at he is required to appear befoie
J. Frank MjcCabbins, C. S.C Rowan coun-
v, at his office at the court house in - alia
bury, N. C, on the 28th day of March, 1913
and arswer or demur to the petition and
complain, oi tbe petitioners in this action,
u the petitioners and plaintiffs will apply
tq tbe court for tbe telief demanded in
aid complaiat -This
February 25, 1918.
J. Frank McCubbins, 0 S C.
Iohn L Rendleman, Att'y.
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North f'aroHn-, i In the Sup-rior
Rowxn Counlv, f Coiut. i
Before J Frsnk IcCubbinp, Jerk.
Lnla Harris Hid Imwlumd, "
Peter Harris, and J.l,n Hoi, i
William HoWt"wI-; f Me.
Mu'len ? wile, Mury Vn nl
len; or. T'liner aid lma
hand Andv T.inei; Alorzo
Holi-hmo .Oliver H'-1!--brooks;
Emiu" .)ai-h;ill and
husband. ' rltri Mnrshall;
Everett Holsbrookp; I.angeton
Holbroot ; U niter HoU- ;
brroks;' Lena Job and bus- j
band, W infield jobf, and '
Tressie HoIbroob8. J
The above named defendants will take
notice that an action entiled hp a love baa
been commenced in t he Kupeiior t omt of
Rowan1 mnty. N () , for the purpose ot
selling certain lands ,for partiuoi. and di
vision in which the defend! ts are inteiewt
ed and proj er paitiep. and thi said rWftnd
anta will further bike notice that they are
requsled to appear before J Frnnl- Mc
Cubbins, Clerk- Superior Court of Fowatr
ountv, at his office ai the Court House al
Salisbury, N. t ., on the
23rd Bay of March, 1918,
and answer or demur to the petition and
complaint of plaintiffs in this action, o the
petitioners )nd plainiiCn ill apply to t!-e
court for the relief demanded in eai.'. ct ru
plaint. This, February'21, 1918.
J. Frank' Met ubp.ins, C. S. C.
John L Rendlemak,
J W Rutherford and
J F Lentz.
Company etc J
By virtue 'of two peveral fxfcntions di
rected to the undersigned Jrom he Suptiior
y 'qurt of Rowan connty, in the above en
titled actions, I will, on
Monday tbe First Day os Uprii, 1918.
at twelve o'clock, at the rourt houso door of
said county, sell to the hightst bidder for
cash to satisfy said executions, all the
right, title, and interest which the said
Gray Veneer & Panel Company, has in the
following described real estate, to-wit:
Beginning at a stone 200 feet from Liber
ty Street, in the town of China Grove, on
the line of he right-of-way of the Southern
railroad compeny; thence N 33 deg. W
08$ feet to a stake, 200 hundred feet from
said street; thence. N 69 degrees E 2C8J
eet to a stone, thence S 33 degrees E about
200 feet to a si one on right-of-way of said
i ailroad; thence with line of rigfTt-of-way
to the beginning, containing one acre, more
or lees A!so all engines, boilere, machinery
This February 25, 1918.
- ' U. Kriteb, Sherift.
John L. -Rendlemao, Ati'y,
Noiice m friflitors.
Having q talified as adminis:rator of the
estate of Mrs. Bettie E. Wi'lhelm, this is to
notify all persons having claims against
the said decedent to file an itemized, verified
stn tement of same with the undei signed on
or before the 1 lfh dy ot February, 1919,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of
Persona indebted to sid estate are no
fied to make promt settTemnt.
This Feb. uary, 11, 1918.
W. L Kim bat L,
Done PromtJy and
rightfy at the
Give us a trial.
Beautiful Bust and Shoulders
are possible if you will wear a scientifically constructed
Bien Jolie Brassiere. .
The draggior weight of an nn confined boat so stretches the
tup porting muscles that the contour of the figure is spoiled.
fiut the bust back where it be
ongs, preTent the full bust from
having the appearance of flab
biness, eliminate the danger of
dragging muscles and confine the
flesh of the shoulder giving a
graceful line to the entire upper body.
They are the daintiest and most serviceable garments imagi
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Front, Surplice, Bandeau, etc. Boned with "Walohn," the
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Have your dealer show you Bien Jolie Brassieres, i f not stock
ed, we will gladly send him, prepaid, samples to show you
BENJAMIN & JOHNES, 51 Warren Street, Newark, N. J.
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As Age Advances the liver Requires
occasional flight stimnlatlon. GARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS correct CONSTIPATION. '