THE CAROLP WATCHMAN
Wm. H. STEWART, Editor and Ownw
Pufclkhad Evry Wednesday
At Salisbury, N. C.
Watcfrnaa, 1 year......... $ .75
Record, 1 year .75
The Progressive Farmer, 1 year.. 1.00
.All t tor a year each, only $1.50
Entered as gecond-class matter Jan
uary ltth. 1905, at the postoffice at
Salisbury, N. C, under the act of Con
gress of March 3rd, 1279.
Salisbury, N. C , Nov. 19th, 1919
Who has met with th most
miefortuue and rt-ctived th
the greater puuishuiHnt?
Wilhelrn or Wilsou? It look?
as though each had set ou
to conquer the world, using
different means, flut none thf
less ambitious and both end
ing Jike some of the kings of
old, with flat failure. One
man power is too insignifi
cant for such a job.
Ih reference to the placing
ot the captured German can
on The Watchman wants
to make several suggestions.
Fii'et.don't place it on. govern
ment property at the post
office, it is to be a Salisbury
trophy, not for the federal
government. Second, why
not erect a pedestal of gran
ite on Innes street inscribed
with the names of our soldier
dead, either cut in the gran
ite or arranged on a bronze
tablet surmounting this pedes
with the canon.
The Christian women of
Salisbury have always done
their full duty in season and
outj and they -do not gc
about with a tiumpt in do
ing so. Their work is certainly
more desirable and more iii
harmony with our customs,
traditions and beliefs than
that of fault finding and itn
ported meddlers. The work
done here in past years ba
shown' as much intelligent
and real paciifice as that of
any place or any secHon and
they deserve all the approba
tion we have. The-y have
given of their time anti their
means without stint and with
out hope for no greater re
ward than the Master's1' Well
done, thou good and faithful
We notice that Republican
senators voted solidly ballot
after ballot for the reserva
tions in the peace treaty. In
stead, therefore, of being
actuated by patriotic motives
for the best interests of the
American government and
people, it now all appears as
mere political bickering. The
vote reveals the scheme, re
veals the tact that repuM;can
leaders are more interested
in the welfare of the republi
can party than they are in the
nation. It is certainly unfor
tunate for the country when
men in trusted an responsi
ble positions, regardless rf
party, refuse to consider a
measure on its merits. A
vote indicates a partisan
fight, nothing more and noth
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine."
E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c
Also mice. Absolutely prevents ordors
from carcass. One package proves Una
RAT-SNAP comes in cake9, no mixing
with other food. Guaranteed
25c size (1 cake)-enough for pantry,
kitchen or cellar
50c size (2 cakes) for chicken house,
coops, or small buildings
$1.00 size (5 cakes) enough for all farm
and outbuildings, storage buildings, or fac
Sold and guaranteed by .
Foil & Bessent. Salisbury Hardware & Fur
niture Co., 8 U Purceil, Salisbury
o) AT-S El A P
GOVERNMENT SEEKS COAL SETTLEMENT.
Miners Have Not Returned to Work and
emir ij?i;iu 1 itf; -Mil 1).
Washington. Nov 18 The
government stepped to the
front toda to force miner
and operators to negotiate
a uew wage agreement and to
niKiune work in the bitrmi
iioui fildt before the eountrv
if in the grip of a coal fam
ine. G-othd wth all of his war
time powers as ful adminis
t rat or and acting by direct
u'thcrity of th President's
cabinet. Or Harry A Garfield
called a joint meeting of k m1-
committer at hich he wat
expected to give formal no
t'ce that the time bad con m
to resume operations on a dt
;r al scale.
While the joint conference
was set for this afternoon, J)r
Garfield found that a full at
tendance could .not be ob
tained, so it went over until
tomorrow. Meanwhile word
was passed that the strike sit
uation had reached that
point wheie action was regard
e l by the authorities as abeo
There was no evidence, as
presented to the cabinet, that
the scale committees, called
here last week to negotiate
a new wage egieemeut, had
made the least head way. Re
ports from the central compe
titive fields, embracing he
States of Ulihoi, Ohio -and
v- estern Pennsylvania, stroDg
holds of the United Mine
workers of America showed
Jill mines shut down and not
enough coal conning from the
non-union plants in other
tatea to meet the normal
demands by several million
WANT TO CAPTURE NINTH DISTRICT.
Practically Certain Republicans Will Spend
Both Time and Money in this District.
Washington, Nov. 18 The
liuth congressional district
f North Carolina today ap
ealed to Republic" l politi
cians as a potential opening
wedg into the solid south
md it is learned that an uuus
uai amount of attention and
money is to be given to this
listrict at the approaching
Regardless rf the identity
of the Democratic nominee
whether it is J D McOall of
Charlotte, or Clyde Hall of
Shelby the Republican cam
piign managers here are pre
paring to invade the district
and if possible play the Demo
crats off their feet.
Developments within the
past few days have pleased
members of the Republican
national and congressional
campaign committees. Tbey
see prospects of inte parly
strife among the Democrats
with iViecklenr urg county
arrayed against Cleveland
county and other counties
divided up likely to line up
with either of the factions.
RepubMcans are depending
upon a certain amount cf inr
terncine stufe, no matter
what Democratic candidate
is nominated and they are
planning to take advantage
cf the situatiou. v
Rib Quinine That Dees Not Affect tiie Head
Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 30c.
$25 Weeklr Men Women. Ad ver
tise. Start Candy factory at
home, small room, anywhere.
We tell how and furnish pvprv-
thing. Specialty Candymaking- !
house, 5 South 18th. St., Phila- I
delphia, Pa. B 10-20 10 w
You Do More Work,
You are mnrA nmhJtinna
enjoyment out of everything whpn vnm-
i - .-wvvw uiju jruu KCC 111UI t
blood is in good condition. Impurities in
the blood have a very depressing effect on
the system, causing weakness, laziness,
s lll8- ....
and EnnchmS thft Rlond. Whn vm fi
its strengthening, invigorating effect, see
how it brings color to the cheeks and how
it improves the appetite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
GROVE'S TASTELRSS Chiii TnMif
is noc a patent medicine, it is simply
IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.-
ov pieasant even cmiaren like it. The
blood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON
SSfllSrii'f reliable tonic prop-
never fail to drive out impurities in
gtheatingPower Of GROVES
TASTELESS Chill 10MC has made it
the favorite tonic m thousands of homes,
woJm rid? $yLrJ&n
?JS fcq 0n ftan.getGf0VES
TiTELESS Chill TONIC when
member of their family had Malaria oi
needed a body-building, strength-givinj
tonic. - The formula is just the same to-
day, and you can get it from any drug
store. 60c -per bottle.
Batchers Soein lo to ?Mi'm.
Speaking or ro;ail dealers in
fresh meat tne State's MonthlV
Review of Pioriiuer - prices savs
Retailers are taking undue ad
vantage of t'oe ituttin to in
crease prorus. That retail deal'
ers have no par'kular scruples
against proliteeriug. if the oppor
tunity presents itseif, is demon
strated by the present prices e
ing maintained ior retail beef.
With good butcher cattle avail
able at 8 to lOe per pound on foot
and wholesale dressed beef at JS
to 20c, they are still asking 4oc
for this same beef at retail. At
any rate present high prices of
pork products on retail markets
is one of the important factors
responsible for the -resent low
price of live hogs. People are
balking at present prices, ' ere
retail prices in line with live hog
(rices, there would be a decided
increase m consumption vvhic'
in turn would have a wry stimu
lating effect ou the h-.u market.
The month closed with hogs sell
ing approximately as follows on
northern markets; medium hos
1501bs and up 13 25 to 13 6",
lights 125 to ISoibs SI 2 f0 lo
$13 00 shoats S: tu V2
to 13 00 soft and oilv" lusgr, 2 to 3c
u i 3! 'J ti
Shreve Says he Couiii Fin: Ni;k? to Help
Him, Teniae iMes Life Wtr-ii Living.
"I hav;; tri;j(l :li kinds of jii ' cl
cines and 'treatmetils or tny
trouble, bat notlmig evor vo
me the reliof -that Taohc hns.''
said Ezia D Shi eve, of lj(V 8 Har
rison St., Oakland, Cal.
"I had constant trouble with
my stomach, "he con tinned. and
had a poor appetite. Nearly
everything I would eat soured
and formed gas on my stomach
and felt like there was t knr h,
it. I would have d u ;i heavy
headitche- and was so nervous
at times that the least little
thing would upset me and I
could hardly rest at night, Gas
on my stomach caused my heart
to palpitate till I cou' l IvucUv
get my breath, and when I got
up hi the morning I feU V ti rec
ant! worn out I could hardiy
keep going. In fact, I felt hire 1
.would just have to lay off from
my work completely.
"While in this condition I be
gan taking Tan lac and felt some
relief in the start, I hnve a fine
appetite now and . nothing I eat
hurts me. The gas on my
stomach is' about gone and my
nerves are in good shape. I sleep
like a log and get up feeling fine
and ready for my work. Forty
years I had " been troubled with
malari-i, but after Tanlac got mv
stomach in good siTap' I wa.
surprised to find tirt even
sign of malaria had disappear
ed." Tanlac is sold by all drugg sts
LOSt A Perpetual Building jnd
Loan pass book, somewhere be-
tween Moore's chapel chu
and Lash e's store, on Innes 'Ht
Reward if returned to Js Thi j f
plkton, 507 West Marsh St.,
! WMsr Forest For NflYgsnsr,
7 j oin i to 7 fair ei-a,r
- . i l-i i
rswiu V J f L V ill! iJ I k LA l UJ1 w
From to 11 lair, threatening"
! stormy wet and south mostly
with slight stormy uar east,
. ui.,. -
, . 00 . , ,
. oai 14 H 22 chang?au!e
TUh lain, st-irrav mostly houih
west, threatening cooler.
From 22 to 30. fair and cotd.
th nA, r-tn np:1T. ,hrt.a.,pn
i ing slight snow, but heavj -
: uo ,n- .
; November appearmgly shows
; not Sf rIJ uch! r;lin but hard Cold
along, some local storms, warm,
-hangcabie. disagreeable weath-
' , , ' p ,
ah along. By moon change
times, fro v- 2ut.ll OUt -ome colder ; wi ! tn :e further notice lhat ihvy are re
TV. i O .tnhor 97i h iqii.red loapoear ii. lh? offioe' of the cltrk
U-tobei ioV-.i-e upe ior eo .rt t r r.ovvan county.-in
Henry Reid. K 3, Salisbury, N (,ffi-e -h cor.rti:on?e, in wid co-nty,
- ' i n ()p'-i-nihpr l-th. 19i9. and answer or de-
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
restores vitality and energy Ojrpurifying and en
riching the blood. You can soon feel its Strength
ening. Invigorating Effect. Price 60a
L a El3
BEST THAT CAN BE MADE t
Cost to you $35 a .Gallon when made ready to use
RECOMMENDED BY SATISFIED USERS FOR OVER 40 YEARS
Obtain COLOR CARD from our Agents or -
LONGMAN & MARTINEZ
1 was tiiere to inalte a sketch ot
her. Luncheon was just over, and
she was talking to a little knot of
women. The Mr.st iWtls I heard, as
I slid quietly into a Mirby seat, were
National Biscuit," Mcallins vJjm-
antly my own tasty 03&
eon. I liked lieigaWfxed com
fortably as sorTgijin, my pen
and oars bm& A
"Between 'tne dark anla.jgj.
she was quoting. 4,thMPfSys a I
bit of PuseM'i1 world i
eem:s waiBapsteninMfor the',
thirRSJve given that
Then, when thov.
i . i it -.
to toddle, i uyr always
"o 'ono"1 . cme- .An
'-I YeM? Snrn hfttpr nnrl
md i j
vureW taction when the
served, riothmgf cai take the m
Dlace of Uneeda B
t' ' .' r- t rX X T At
ten il&x pm
" rk'i coo
mals. They are most ge':
mott tractable after tlieyiP! :m&WMm
.. , - .... JnSSv(
something to eat. National BisbSg If-never missM the Chii
dainties always be-in or.r Chil-. '-f .3 7 v:tb its tasty feast.
SALISBURY, N. C.
H. N. Woodson, President
Cr. R. V. Braw!ey? Vice Pres.
H. P. Brandts, Cashier
G. A. Fisher, Asst. Siashier
Responsible Banking, Courteous Treatment
and Confidential Service is our Policy.
We Cordially Invite You to See us On any Bank
ing Matter You are Interested in.
SALISBURY, N. C.
Does a general banking business and cordially invites your
We Pay Four Per Cent
interest every thre- months in our savings department.
Prompt, careful, and confidential attention given to all
business entrusted to us.
U . B. flf cCanSsss, W. T. Bushy,
President. Cashier. I
Vice President. Vice President.
: Ucv u County.
J. F, Mcl dbbins, clei
Harvey A M Hol-hou. r Mmnie gnr
.,.- K.hnnd Ft- nk Xt'iier.PC Ho shou
PI" ijlllltr i nnni in."
Pickler ai d l A H;lsl)uuser
j HA uP--
! J ,m y r aiiauuuc 'r,. . -
il" onnell J- iin a respeiu-au, "'
..'Feitimaii Uoroihy L Rsptrman,
and Ko Feperm-dn, a-d H-v FeFper-
t Frnlc F erm', L-cy McLoniM-l!
:,,d husband. J '-,1 . ...
he thre defVnd-nt nVuned will
i Vjl1 , n t-u H lh . JM1 .u .iv,u M,tiiied a above
i h,s been " com menceu inu.e Superior
; lJourl ot PoW:U1 (ll:n!y . 8,-,d H:.Je, ior he
prr.(.0,e of hj,,,, in ! mh n.enti ... d
. au.l ierribed i" .he '.bum ami con,
; pi.:irit !or hrii,U) ., :iI11 div sion, in wbu h
; .u ,u the s.;irji.,4l v&riivA iave an imer-.
e.. . .' '
vnd .he said Fr,nkFes,.ertnan, Lucy E
M anf llllsbaf:d, fj H Mc onnell,
mi: rr ( t ho ntitiin :inl rnmnlaint ot the
e: itif ners and phiinlifis, or the relief de
mndtd will begrantd.
This the 10th day of Nov mber, 1919.
J. F. Mc TJBBINS
Cler'i Superior court.
J. L.'Pendlemn, Atly.
Manufacturers New York
! iron s Hour like a feast. ? or tne
I Ii :y toddlers there is a varied
:n -nu, sometimes Uneeda Biscuit
and Aiilk, sometimes Graham Crack
ers, Oatmeal Crackers or Lunch Bis
eult. This is changed on special
occasions t Old Time Sugar Cook--es
"L-s'ewtons and, rarest of
'T' ) !"i rlavo -wlidn ii-a Vio1
,oream and Nabisco, and those
-.vcro our party days
"Don't think my hour is just a
In c a hour. It started us happiljv
,V-i RWLBmde us sure they
ry day for
fresh always wel-
appetizer at the be-
hp final fnnpli cofio.
uvti yjx octtio r-i
.chsese and coffee are
can be. Dimr. the
Sf 'W-ii&inv babies wpvp cT-.-m-inor
P?ys 4 Per Cent,
&ef loaf u f Si&soliilton.
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; t 'M
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it ' Ui amnions
i (r e it 'if ail ; ii stvioi- h ldei-si, dpi g.
i;i' iii my ' flic-, t i the "iniwhoti
IV !-. niii-i .m j ' r'& i in if thi
fy, ")"' p-i'-eip.-i . : ffi i :tuat-l
t 120 K E mi- -. i r i t .Vi-y of n
bnv . ciMij'i'y f '' '.vr.n Stat o Ni r h
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n w; i i g . " d i .-. i : ion i si:(l
crp 'S'iit:- , x ut , iy aii s uckh Id.
lilt"' of, Wl'i-il H . (1 COIlSPli
t,(. i-i. c ri! f th.- proDefdiiu s afoit
s!a;o are -iff n lile i'n my said, office ;s
r -v:Ue Lj ! uv.
Ii; r'-st'm ny whf vof, I have hereto
gfM: m1- k'i i d alii m d my officii
s ai at ! a! 'his 17th day of No.
y ember, D. 1919 '
J. Bryan Geimes,
S. ci ptarv of Stat".
Katies to Creditors.
Having qualified as adrninis rator of the
es!ate ci Slu;in Bailey dee'd, this is to
nt'tify all persons having claims agiinst the
said decendant to file an itemized Htatftnent
of samt with the. unde'signed on or be.-'ore
the 5 day of November 1920, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recovery
Persons indebted in said estate are notified
to make prompt settlement f
This November 5th, 19J9.
1 . C-. Fufr,
Notice to Creditors
Having qualified as admjnLstra or of the
estate of Alexander Hotahouser, this is to
notify all persons having claims against the
said decedent to file an itemized: verified
statement of same with the undesigned on
or before the 15'h day ot'October, 1920. or
this notice will be pleub d in bar of thir
recover v. Persons indebled to said estate
are notified to make prompt settlement, '
This October 15th, 1919. 61 pd
L, A. HoLsHOUER,
Rendleman & Ret dleman Attys. Aduir,
Sale 01 Real Fropsriy
Piircuant to the previsions contained in
one certain Mortgage Trust .Deed,
dated September the 25th, 1914, ex
ecuted by f.nne McNeeiv and wife, Victo
ria McXet-ly. to L A Swicegtod, Trustee,
and properly registered in Book of Mort
gages number 49 page 219 in r he office of
Register of Deeds for Kov.an Countv, N O
de.aiib Jiavinjr been made in the Demerit
'or which iliis '.jortg; e wis given to se-
enm nnd a', the request of he bolder of the
s;iid note, and by vt-tn of the authority
confei td by said deed o'li-ij-t, the t under
signed Trustee. L 'wii tuod wil' or
Bsnday lfeflSiflDayo! December. 1319,
at 12 oclock no n.:u ihe con.i: house4 ciooi in
fcaliihurv,Nor!h 1 arolina. offer to the hisrh
est bidder or bidders, for cfsb. the follow
ing descaiud ie;d property to wit;
'Reiiiui!)2; :u .1 siHke on th SrmtliwMt
side-of i he. old iruk ro.ul ;nd lj feet
i!OHh. b-) le; 45' wtst Ooru the wtst norn-
er f -he iii'ei -t-ciir o of.l'ine street and the
old jilank road. ;.nd rnn? ii,;-nf- wit.-i flip
old ;jmk nnd G, dei 4"' ' es ;"u feet
to the "r,ir-pr o! ! t Nu'lo t lu-tce wuh the
iine ot lot 'o 15 s ;-:o deo' 'uy w05i onn
, ----- - jf 4(VV
'eet to a srl ti.pn w;,i tr
.ord s line s 6 deg bV east 50 feet to l!ie
corner ot lot . -o 13 thence with line lot No
1.1 :ortl. .:0 de'SO'Esst 2000 fet to tbe be
gining.;,ein Lot o 14 -n SiephenF Lords
ioi oi u;e renins Land "
This November the 1st A D 1P19.
L. A. Swickgooi), Trustee'.
J G, Hudson, A:ty.
Sale oi Valuable Land.
Pursuant to an oro'e-- made bv
Frark J ."..i i"-, ele-' in a. peial
pr.-c-'-i,rf No. 433, r-n: ied H F Mallei!-
and '.vi, A ie- ?f :!Iei-;g, W Ft
harnh-,; '. . e!Iy S ally an i hubnod.
Kich-i-d Scully, pi. , y-i Chas Frv r
rrai. ; hf un ; ev-iyried com niissionpi
wil- xr. -V tor s up ar ! ublic auction
'- c!li. 'I t.ru- ' rt hi!tip doo:- iu thft
' it?' ot Sili-tur y, N (; on
Saturday, iha 22nd day of November, 1919,
nt the h ur f 12 -1, . th following de
Fcvibt cl 'ands : .
B ginrinp .it k -topo Kilo,- Hols
houer' cm n r n lb hr Jt's Mn
thetu-e N d g V 10.09 "hains :o a
stnk" or 'ilis H I 1 riisor'- line;
h'TCf rs 76 g r 15 0 ' hitYs h. a
stakp on ijra t's ; rinee S
dee N 13 83 h.ii' to th? ginning,
ci t- i' i' g i5 f r s moi t- ( r less.
This O.'; 21, 1919.
Rendleman & Rendleman, Attyfl.
Nonh Carolina, . In Superior Court,
Rowan t'ouniy Jsotniber Term, 1919.
Manola Vaughn )
vs V Notice to defendant of
William Vaughn ) smniii ns etc.
The defendant in the above entitled ?jc
tion will take i otice tint j -laintift'has crw
j menced an :iion in ihe So j.t-rior Coun of
Fowan county H-jhin-t him tor the purpose
of obtamnsr a divorce born the bondc of'
imtrimony upon the groni.d r f hitirielily,,
and that said defend mtt will 'urtber tak
no;ice that he is req iired to pptar before
the cler'- of the -n? f;or e in of said .liaB
y on ihe 17th .v o Nov. ,;ber, ii ' eing
the fii.-t dav of November I m of P..,w,u
Snpetipr puit. 9i. t tl. . it hoi iu,
Salisbury. N. n.. at.d arswr or rlemi r to
the coni..laint wbi' I- h. s I filed in said
c.rso c;- ib- pbiioiift w;!: ,.pply to the
cnurl or tbe relief 1 1 i n b u:Mnded
This Oclcbcr llb, VA9.
J. F MtCUBBINS,
1015 41 clerk superior court.