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CHINA GRbV.' SEPTEMBER 26TH, L9I9
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of interest to
OF OUR READERS;
A marriage of considerable in
terest took place at High point
"Wo1 n o Ann M!c Thplmft M n r
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ley. the charming daughter of
Ex.Mayor Hurley was the bride
K)f Gilbert Boger wasrthe groom,
bJlli of China Grove. The ved
dinf? wan a surprise to their
many friends. Tbey are expect
d to return hereto make their
J M Eddleman lias cone to
Charlotte for a light operation
on his eye.
Mrs Virginia Harris is teach
log at Draper. N Ql .
Mr Albert Villerand children
art sixndtucr the week end in
' Dr J A Crowelland wif. Miss
Jennie Patterson of Charlotte
and John K Patterson of Con-.
cord. Mnt Saturday with Vrs
51 S Rose.
The youne Indies of- .the pub-
lie schools. will be entertained
this afternoon from 4 30 to 6. 30
by Mr B S Shu ford.
The reports of the condition
of the China Grove and Land is
banks are to found in this paper.
There reports are excellent and
show that they are under very
capable sr anagement.
The Farm t,ife School will
ODcn IMesUav morniog with a
Prof Charles K Miller, wife and
Bon, Charles. iiUKlmp
je,tara. ..Ai -
Th walls arn up and the rcof
Is on the new boy's dormitory
for ihe Farm life School.
A a result of are cent series re
viva! meeting at the vethodist
chun h conducted by Rev P W
Tuck or of Salisbury, about ten
additions will he made to the
membership of the church
Miss Mary Rose. M a be
McKnight and Pauline Smith 6t
Enochville, are attending school
at Mont Amoena Seminary, Mt
Rev C P Fisher and R G Pless
spent a night this week in the
woods hun(ing pussams. They
caught to, one each.
R P Stirewalt and his acrobatic
rabbits who have been in Indi
ana and Tennessee, are expected
here tomorrow. Mr Pless. the
barber, says he will be glad to
have his assistant return to
Mr and MrsW B Brown, who
were married last July and have
been visiting in Virginia are at
present visiting Mr Brown's
parens. Prof and Mrs F B
Brown at Enochville.
Quite a lot of cotton is coming
to the gin here these days Price
31 i today.
John Rostand sister. Mrs J
M Eirnhardt of Rockwell, spent
Sunday here visiting viss Fan
Mrs W L Cooper and children
spent Monday and Tuesday at
Glass visitii:g her mother. ,
The" county Association of
Sons and Daughter of Liberty
will meet with the Faith Coun
cil on October 14th.
There was an ice cream sup
per given last Saturdar night at
8t Paul's Reformed church $40
was cleared for church purposes
On September 19th, a little
girl. Theresa Linn, discovered
the home of Dr and Mrs B CTay
lor Landis, and is comfo'rtably
settlod there. As Venus would
cay, watch Landis grow.
Velceai ;ti Soldiers . vA SanmiL
-Homo Cofflinday at Mt &ottipB'more thatf oneihnna
Reformed charfca Sunday was
well attended. Soldiers and
sailors ere the guests oflionor,
Aq appropriate address-4)f wel-r
come was delivered by Dr G A
R irqsaur and the response. Was
lby Earnest Clary. Tbe Welcom&
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rVM T "7 ' ITu iZ
'Star Spangled Danh'en." Next
Wis scripture reading and pray
er Jby-Rev A Shulenberger. Rev
J U Ke 1 pastor of the church
tbeu made a short address tak-
iDg.Psalms 65 U for his subject.
A quartet composed of .D BCof
rell.'Paul Shulenger, Franl and
William Cress sung The Brittle
Church in the Wild wood." rilia-
ipry of Lutheran chapel, and
Mt Zion churches was to!4 by G
G Rlackwelder, who was followed
with short talks by Sergeant
Lawrence and H C Corriher. A
nolo by Mis? Ada Stirewalt was
enjoyed as was also a duet tfy
S Shu ford and Miss Vien
na uifin. a ooumirui ainner
was servea m too grove, aii in
in all was a very enjoyable da?.
Sufferers from indigestion are
i.L to become discouraged and
that complete recovery is
a ro oe uopeu ior.
could make a greater
hundreds have been permanent-
y curpd by taking Cbambc
am's Tablets and.can now eat
tnvthing they crave. These
tablets strengthen the stomachl
and enable it to perform its func
uaturally If you have
pot tried do so at once. -
Flfttrijj Sarjrisfi Part.,
bturaay.' September 20th tha
friends and relatives gave David
M Ltnn. a birthday surprise sup
pr, the surprise oeinjrcompiete,
Mr Linn haviug had no intima
tion of its plan and when the
crowd, about 0 drove up to his
home he was completely sur
priced. But.being of good nature
Mr Linn laughed with the others
and confessed - that they had
caught him off his guard. A
most sumptuous meal was
spread and after the blessing
was invoked by his pastor, Rev
C A Brown, all present ate to
their entire satisfaction and yet
an adundance remained,
The many friends of Mr Linn
wish him mar.y returning birth
day anniversaries and that such
ones will be as happily spent as
Weather Forecast for September, 1919.
From 3 to 9, chmgeable with
cool rams along, but atormy
noilhwest, threatening, locally
From 9 to 16, rainy if wind is
southwest from 8 to 10 pm, the
9th, if northwest cool with
From 17 to 23, fair, clear,
windy along, colder with threat
ening frosty pendings.
From 23 to October 2, fair
with local thunder storms
mostly'west and south, threat
ening ?ast, aud stormy.
September shows most rain
west and south, not much rain,
central hot and changeable.
Svme cold along,
This August 30th.
Henry Reid, Box 1
3. Salisbury, N. C
Ship us your cream. We pay all
express charges, cash payments
j Catawba Creamery Co.,
Hickory, N. C.
Piles Cared In 6 to 14 Days
Drofiglsts refrof moocr If PAZO OINTMENT faO
to core lictunju Biiixi. Bleeding or Prctradittg Pile.
Ioataatly relieves lechnxf PUes. and yon caa itet
tteep aec tb am appitcaaoo. racecoo.
Invitation s have 6een ' &fen)
guests to aec9pViQnolb.giv?
at. the home of 'A r; and;Mrs -AtM
or of Prof O t; JDne-atfdlits
bride who VUI arriye f rom .Ashe
place last Saturday;, v olJones
is'superintendeni of tB: Row&n
county 'armv uiie , bcuoui uws
and his -bride "was . Miss v Sallie
Hnnt of Ashevillehb' Bas
home demonstrawjr f or Cabr
Of course the reception will be
a brilliant affair aid . the -guests
will be from among; "the mda
prominent oeoDle in these
parts and the Hanna home, ill-
ways hospitable, will be a scene
of solendor. somethiner for all
who may have the pleasure : to
attend to remember for long
years hence.' ;J
Prof and Mrs Jones will mak
there home at the Farm Life
nr. Carriler of Texas Here.
George H Karriker of Ieou
county, Texas,. a native of Ro watt
county, is here on a visit to hisf
brothers, William Stokes, Gus
and Henry Carriker, and sisters
&!esdames John Sechler, Jane
Eoutz and George Cooper.
Mr Carriker sai the country is
much improved since be left
here many years ago.
The parson got his gun
And lef6 on a run
For the tall timber wild
Ho says, 'Ples.s By gum!
Iv'e tiot an onossum. tHv:
And' with Haters he:ii bVid
Chamberlaia's Diarrhoea and Colic Remedy
in Eichigan. '
Mrs A H Hall, Caseville, Mich,
says ,4I wish to thank you for
your graud good medicine,
Chamberlain's colic and Diar
rhoea Remedv. We are never
without it in the house and I am
sure it saved our baby's life this
Mrs Vary Carrington, Case
ville, Mich,, says, ' I have used
Chamberlain's Colic and Diar
rhoea tiemedy for years and it
has alwrys given me prompt re
On a September day,
Going down the way,
Was jolly Uncle Pat;
He was driving a bay
And hauling some hay
What d'you think o'that?
ThQ Best Advertisement.
The best advertisement any
merchant can have i9 a satisfied
customer. No greater recom
mendation can be given an article
thau the following by E B Mil
burn. Prop., Guion Drug Store,
Guion, Ark. "We have sold
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
for years and it gives perfect
It is u&ert to be the rule in
Chiua, wheu an officials ex
ceeded his authority, to tafcf
him out and chop his tyfcfld
off. Such a mttthod isalcu
Iated to cuse iucrfefeed- re
spect for the wishes of the
ost What She Neeftd.
I used a bottle of
Iain's Tablets some
and they proved to be just what
I needed" writes Mrs . Volta
Bankson, Chillicothe, Mo. "They
not only relieved e of indiges
tion', but toned up my liver and
rid me of backache and dizziness
that I had been subject to for
some time. They lid me a
world good of and -I will always
speak a good word for them."
flams Coming at St; Enoch's Cfinrcli. ,r
: Home Coming services for the
returned soldiers 'was held : at fe
Enoch's church, Enochville fe
ce'n tly. Pr Jf . F B Brown tmacTe
a spli ndid.talk, welcoming those;
j whofent across the sea. After
i talks wore.over1, ; a splendid;
dhaier w;as. . served which y ot
all ata h e a r til y and great-2
ly ecjyjed by the soldier ; boys
1jack hom e. His ad dress : was
f ulhof -good- advice and. - was'
nauch enioyed,by 4 aU who .heard
A cum ber-Qf patriotic songs
were sungxahd- enjoyed; by the
audience. . M iss Mary Fleming
of Wbodleaf, sang ' When the
Boys'come home.utand ; "Laddie
Kaki" was also sung by Miss
Fleming; EthelBertie and Clar
ence - Bost. The irls of the
school sang, 4,lm going to Raise
my Boy. to bo a Soldier."
The meeting was opened bj&
Rev B S Dasher with scripture
reading arid prayer..
Prof firpwn told of what the
Unity, Saw and Eaoch ville chap
ters of Red Cross did at home
while' the boys did their bit,
President LQtheran Synjd has Hoved to Sal
isoury. - , v .
Salisbury is tbe?orae the
capital of Norh Carolina Lu
fonfraep pastor of tbe Raleigh
church who gave up that pas
torate to become the salaried
president of the North Caro
lina synod arid to devote vhie
entire lime to the work of the
io, will make his hrae
and his headquarters in this
lcitytrl ppndpetH the affairs
of ttTe bo1Tr(!feTTr-trSW
bi8 ac-. Besides the presi
dt-nt Salisbury is the home
cf t he secretary of the Svnod,
Rev Gnorgn h Lmgle, and
trwasurer, Jams D Hil'g.
Defied ia Plea For Delay, Gompers Now
A her doing all that be could
to persuade the men to delay the
strike until after the President's
industrial conference at Wash
ington October 6tb, it appears,
from a Washington report today
that President Gompers, of the
American Federation of Labor
will furnish the strikers all the
support possible and will stand
squarely behind the strike.
Mob Rnle Condemned by Jodge Bryson.
Expressing apprehensions be
cause of the growing tendency
toward mob rule, Judge T Bry
son, of Bryson city presiding
over the one-week term of Guil
Superior court which convened
yesterday, told the, members , of
the grand jury that such propen
sities must be sympathetically
discouraged. Resoect for the
is synoymous. td'a veryiarge
nt. with good government,
ttdyth'ef e caa &e no tolerance. oft
riotous acts of the peopI$J.n Guil
ford county or in any o'ther North
' The Judge referred specifically
to the riots which occurred at
Winston-Salem, Forsyth county,
in the autumn of 1918, a chapter
in the history or that communi
ty which naturally invites the
reproach of good citizens.' Those
who try to "take the law in their
own ib ands should be severely
punished." Such offences against
society are not to be condoned for
a moment, Judge Bryson pointed
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza .
LAXATIVE ER0MO QUININE Tablets remove Xh
cause. There Is only ooe "Broow Quinine."
B. W.'CSOVCS tidattan aabax. Ste. -
THE NEW SANITARY LAW.
t&& Provisions For Enforcing, Law-' our Ren
reseotarJres Permitted to ho Enacted.
Below, wefgive an idea of what
mitted the little subsidiary bunch
Board or Health, to enact into a
so -called Jii'-:ndy 5
per cent , of the masses of the
State asking for. any such enactN
men t; and by no stretch of author-
ity was there any justification for
-i u legislature is sup-
posed to enact into law. only
those things. THB PEOPI.E want
and beyond that they - exceed
their authority and- become mis-
representatives. At least they,
are not expected to go to Raleigh
and becone rubber stamps for
the Board of Health or any other
bunch of faddists and public med
dlers who wish to enforce their
follies upon the people. L
- It will be" noted that the law
became effective upon the date of
its passage, namely Fehurary 24,
19J.9. Its requirements therefore
are present as ,well as future.
But in order to give every one
ample opportunity to comply
with it, the State Board of Health
is deferring the -date for insist-
to October 1, 1919. Upon that
date the inspectors will be put in
the field. v
The inspector, on viisiting the
home, will find, the privy either
sanitary or unsanitary . "
Tk Collect a Fee.
The procedure is sfmple in each
instances. The inspector posts
the State privy Jicense number
upon such privy, after having
?l!tes9 forty eots.
Such privies will be found in
6anitary due either to faulty
construction or faulty mainten
ance. In such instances the re
sponsible parties will be subject
o Immediate Prosecnfion,but it win be
within the discretion of the sani
tary inspector to follow one of
two courses, as follows;
1. If reasonable evidence is
furnished to show that responsi
ble individual is acting in good
faith bnt for some unadvoidable
reason has been unable to meet
the .requirements, the inspector
will bejjiven authority to waive
prosecution temporarily. In this
case the inspector will collect the
license fee as usual, and affix to
the privy a sign bearing the
words, "License pending." Up
on the next visit of the inspector
he will naturally expect the re
quirements to have been met at
which time few, if any, excuses for non
compliance wilLbe considered.
2. All other privies insani
tary in construction or mainten
ance will be placarded with the'
sign. ""Insanitary, Unlawful to
Use." The inspectorwilL- speci-
y the date after which: this
jc becomes ffectir-r.
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condemnation is d
to defective construction, the
owner will be held legally liable.
1. The Owner. It is a misde
meanor to maintain a residence
coming within the provisions of
this law until such time as it shall
be provided with a sanitary pri
vy, of a type approved by the
State Board of Health,
It is a responsiuility upon the
owner of ;a residence coming un
der the requirements of this law
to satisfy himself that the ype
of privy which he installs is one
having th approval of the State
Board of Heal th . If it . isx not.
the requirements of this law are
not satisfied, and the case will "be
handled as if there were no privy
at all " . - ; -r
Wpontirgmnt or Bteitatisiiu :
It must be emphasized that the
inspectorcjU be'a busy man. He -wtll.hav&'yna.i'tiiue
for"' pafleys on .
points either, of "construction or '
-" -.j . -v,. i
maintenances- The specifications '
on these points, as set forth, in
this Bulletin,1 are iso clear 1 Ahat
any 0ne who reads them can have
no difficulty in settling forjthem-
selves the question of rcsponsi:
bility in any case The inspec-
tor will therefore, be fcharired by
thevState Board of Health to ap
pW the requirments of" this law
to the responsible parties wlthOBt
armni8nt or oesitanon.
Machinery and Methods For Enforcing Law. -
In accordance with . the provi-.
sions of the law,the organization .
responsible for its enforcement
consists of the following.:
L The Secretary of the State
Board of Health.
2. Bureau of Engineering and
av Chief of the bureau in
charge of the work. b. " A corps
of sanitary inspectors to carry
ut the details of the law.
" The . State's autocracy, the .
Board of Health, the . author of
he law make itself prosecutor,
judge and jury over 3,000,000
perfectly lawful, sane and compe
The Wntchman has no desire,
to make a personal matter out of
this matter, but feels that the
people ought to know who are
the parties responsible to
the people of this countyf or such '
a drastic, pre-emptory and exceed
ingly undemocratic measure. Be
side the cost of erection, and main
tenance of these worthless build
ings, a FEE of forty" cents Is
to be snatched, which tnaeans
about $2000 to b7e stole from the
citizens tof ihecoimty v Why niQt ,
lei xnose responsiuie ior. tdh
crime in the name ot Health,
pay the osts out of their own
New York Manufacturer Makes Extra Ordi
nary Attempt to Prevent Strike .
August Goldsmith, of Gold
smith Stern, &Co , large jewel
ry manufacturers of New Yoik
City, has made a remarkable
statement regarding- his., unsuc
cessful efforts to prevent a strike
ouvthe part of his employees by
dffering to turn the factory oyer
to them to run for their own prof
it and to assist in the manage
ment six months without pay.
After stating that the business
pays only 10 percent profit, while
tubmen demanded 25 percent-in
crease, Mr Goldman said further,
Just to keep peace," I offered to
sacrifice I this profit of 1Q per
cent, and add it to tbe wages of
my workman, leaving the Com
ig the Com- . I
bing in .pro- -(i
couldn't see SLL
pany absolutely noth
fits. The workmen
this ana aeciaea to strtkei.'.;-'?.;! -r-Ll
Italy C3j PrevetK5itHSrBfrT
aria dispatchpdtday indi
cate lb at Iilod"Georges-expresed
desire that the Kaiser be tried In
London may hot be realized-and
that the ex-German Emperor
may not be tried there or anyV
where else. It is said that a de
mand upon Holland for the extra
dicion of the Kaiser, to be effec
tive, must be unanimous on the
part of the peace delegates. Such
unanmity, it is reported, is unlike
ly on account of the feeling of the
Italian delegates that the senti-;
meats in Italy is against such
No Worms in a Healthy Child v
All children troubled with worms have mn un- "
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood, and as a '.
role, there is more or less stomach disturbance
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC tlven regularly
for two or three welks will enrich the blood' lm
prove the digestion, and act as a General Strength-'
aning Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be '
in perfect health. Pleasant to te Wtfpw bottle, "
Day Wcr lbsj.
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