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THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
WM. H. 8THWART, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Wednesday at ISO West Innlss Street Subscription Price $1 per year strictly cash in advance Entered as second-class matter Jan. 19th. 1906, at the post office at Salis bury, N. C., under the act of Congress of March Srd, 1897. Salisbury, N. C., April 11th,1900. It is the weakminded who can not see the hand of the political boss in the selecting of two of the candidates for the next legisla ture. The man who votes for the good of his country is as much a patriot as the man who fights her battles. Demagogues and hirelings get into public office because the people fail to appreciate this very im portant duty. We are glad to learn that W. D. Pethel, of Spencer, a candidate for the lower house of the legisla ture, is a man upon whom the people can rely for representation, that he does not wear the livery of the boss, he is free and uncol lared and would rather stay at home than to serve in any other capacity. Now let’s have another such and defeat the boss, bonds, immigration and other schemes. Are the good people, the old soldiers who placed their lives on the alter of their country, and the veteran Democrats of Rowan going to submit to a vile, tyrani cal bossism? That is the keynote of the campaign in Rowan this year. We want to see this matter settled once for all and before the primaries, or else let every man who loves his home, his native land, uprightness, equal rights to all and the right to say whether bonds and taxes shall be piled upon them year after year, as it has been for the last few years,stay out of the Democratic primaries and join any respectable element that will pledge itself to the wel fare of the people. We need no boss. ST. LUKE’S. After being absent for quite awhile I will try and write a few lines again. The health of the community is not so good at present. David T. Peeler has been quite sick for the last week, but is some better now. A good many children around here have the whooping cough, but it hasn’t hurt any one very much yet. There will be communion ser vices at St. Luke’s Reformed church on Easter Sunday, April 15th, at 10:30 o’clock a, m. Luther Miller and family visit ed his father-in-law, Jacob Ribe 1 in, last Sunday. Sidney Lyerly and wife, from near Granite Quarry, visited Joseph Lentz, his father-in-law, over Sunday, Narvey Trexler, of Gold Knob, visited Miss Jennie Frick last Sunday night. Junius Lyerly, who is clerking at Granite Quarry, was at home over Sunday. John Peeler, who is attending school at Crescent, was at home over Sunday. Sunday school was organized at St. Luke’s last Sunday and John H. C. Peeler was elected superin tendent for the ensuing year. Charlie Lyerly, who has been working with Contractor J. D. Brown, went with Mr. Brown and others to Washington to build a house for Luther Brown. A number of people are taking advantage of the late offer and subscribing for The Watchman. With beet wishes. Uncle Ezra. ~ --• v Send For It. There are many things in the catalogue of the Weaver Pianos that are worth knowing before you purchase a piano of any make. This catalogue will be sent free on application. Ask for it. Weaver Organ & Piano Co., Manufacturers, York, Pa. j Sold only by G. W, Frix, Salis-1 bury, N. C. 1 MEETING FOR COTTON GROWERS. Time and Place to Meet and Organize tor Mutual Protection. Following is the list of appoint ments made by the county organ izer for the Southern Cotton Association, W. T. Boat. These meetings will be of great interest and value to the cotton growers and should be well attended. Organizations is the order of the day and the farmer should see that he gets what is coming his way. Franklin Academy, Thursday night April 12. Faith School House, Friday night April 18. Salisbury township, Saturday noon April 14. Mount Vernon, Scotch Irish township, April 19, Thursday night. Cleveland township at academy, Friday night, April 20. Trading Ford school house, Sat urday night, April 21. Mt. Ulla at night in the school house at Mrs. Sherril’s, Monday. April 23. China Grove in the school house of the village, Wednesday night, April 25. Enochville Friday night, April 27, atnignt. Gold Hill in the village school, Tuesday night, May 1. Salem school house, Wednesday night, May 2. Ebenezer school house, Steele township, Friday night, May 4. Morgan’s school house at Lisk’s, Tuesday night, May 8. Ail these meetings will be at night unless otherwise mentioned and begin at 7 :45. There will be independent or auxiliary organi zations throughout the townships and these will be made after en tering that district, LYERLY. April 9th. i We don’t need to get excited, because it has quit raining and we have to go to work. Most of the farmers planted their irish potatoes last week. “We-enzes is gointo have some thing to eat.” Most of the corn crop will be planted this week, according to plans. A. L. Lyrely, has sold his en tire lot of fertilizers and will not get in any more this season. C. A. Boger has been sick fox the past week, but is convalesing. We seem to think that if a mer chant buys goods for $75 and gains $25 oh same his profit is 33^%. Isn’t that correct, Bro. Bartlette? Now if a man sells two houses for $2400 each and on one gains 25% and on the other looses 25%, how much is his gain or loss if any? One more to join our P. P.’s as sociation. We think he should change his name, or our other brother, Uncle Josh, may get ashamed and quit the business. We would rather have different names for each correspondent. Ha! Our Lyerly merchant sells more than a four-horse load to one customer. Come again Bro. Josh. Of course the Hustler is very busy, but you may expect to hear from him just the same, C. M. Lyerly. our quarryman contemplates working for the Dunn’s Mountain Granite Co. this summer. We wish him success. Easter is coming on, so little ones you must prepare your rab bit nests and see if the rabbit comes to see you. we are glad to see the names ot so many new subscribers to the Watchman, We wish to see many more. Success be to them and the editor. The Hustler. -» » Notice to Advertisers. Changes of advertisements, to receive proper attention, should be received at the office on Mon day. This is very important and we hope our friends will observe it as near as possible. Read our special subscription propositions. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles Itching, blind, bleeding, protrud ing piles. Druggists are authorized to refund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. EXECUTOR’S NOTICE. Having this day qualified as execu tor of the estate of David M. Parks, leceased, notice is hereby given all persons having claims against said estate to present the same to the uu lersigned on or before April the 3rd, L907, or this notice will be plead in bar if their recovery. All persons indebt id to said estate are hereby notified to jail and settle at once, rhis April 3rd, 1906. W. H. Parks, Executor, 3tpd Glass, N. C„ E. F. D. No. 1. R, Lee Wright, Attorney. Loans Douniy Secured. If you have any money idle or bringing you less than 6%, list it with our Company at once. We’ll lend it for you, First Mortgage on Real Estate, taking the mortgage and note in your name, and in ad dition give you the WRITTEN GUARANTEE of our Company that both princi pal and interests will be paid IN FULL as they fall due. We assume all risk and stand between you and possible loss. Our guarantee has more than $20,000 back of it; and, loans made through our Company have DOUBLE THE SECURITY OF A BANK —paying you 6% all the time. McCubbins & Harrison Co., Paid in capital $20,000, Loans, Real Estate, Fire and Life Insur ance, Salisbury, N. C. _ FARMS FOR SALE. We offer for sale the Mrs. John Russell farm of 117 acres 8 miles from Mill Bridge; one-third of this farm is in original forest, balance is in a high state of culti vation. This is a fine farm and located in the best section of Rowan county. You can get a bargain in it right now. For price and terms write or see us at once. We offer for quick sale a 100 acre farm near Western N. C. Ry. and about 0.1 miles out from Salis bury. There is good pine wood enough on this farm to pay for it at the price it is offered right now See us if you are interested. We have a 85-acre truck farm 2 miles out of Salisbury on macadam road, big orchard and vineyard. Soil easy to cultivate and in splen did condition. Can be made pay for itself in two years properly worked ; and you can get it on easy terms. MCCUBBINS & HARRISON COMPANY, Real Estate, insurance, Loans, Salisbury, N. C. MOTT’S PENNYROYAL fills Safe and reliable, they overcome weakness, In crease vigor, banish pains. No remedy equals DR. MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS Sold by Druggists and Dr. Motts Chemical Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Blood Poisoning remits from chronic constipation, which is quickly cured byDr.King’s New Life Pills. They remove all poisonous germs from the system and infuse new life aud vigor; cure sour stomach, nausea, head ache, dizziness and colic, without griping or discomfort. Guaran i teed by all druggists. i — ~ —= SEWING MACHINES. j I have made arrangements with 1 some well known fatories to get some very fine Sewing Machines j at prices so that I can sell to any | one who wrants a good machine i without paying a big profit to 1 agents. I buy for cash andean sell at any price I want to fix on ma chines, they come straight from factory to me. I keep all kinds of supplies and make repair work a specialty, at Brownes shoe store. W. M. RUTH, 307 North Main St. Salisbury, N. C. Valuable Property near Salisbury For Sale. A tract of about seven acres of land, located on the Stoke’s ferry road, 2^ miles from Salisbury, on which is a good-sized store-house, now bringing good rent, a new7 5-room cottage, a barn, and a splendid prospect for a valuable gold mine. This property is located near Dunn’s mountain and the largest granite quarries in the county. This is a splendid opportunity to se cure a quiet country home and conduct a good mercantile business. For fur ther particulars write to or call at the Watchman Office, or T. J. Loftin, route 0, Salisbury, N. C. Eastern Yel low Yams and Famous Seed Sweet Potatoes for Bedding. enuine Eas ^ tern Stock. Will yield more than any other. I | Seeds of every description. a • miller, a recent graduate in optical work will be at his home, two miles South of Rock well, on Saturday of each week for the purpose of examining eyes, fitting glasses and if necessary write prescriptions to have glasses made to order. If you have failed elsewhere to get glasses to give you entire satisfaction, waste no time in coming, without delay, to see him and have your eyes exam ined and fitted with glasses in the latest and most scientific manner. Ninety per cent of all eye troubles can be remedied by the use of [roperly fitted glasses. He does nothing but first class work at reasonable prices People living some distance are invited to write him, describing their eye troubles. He examines your eyes free and if he fails to please you. it costs nothing. He will make a specialty of treating the eyes of school children. XT. XC. MILLER,Doctor of Optics, Rockwell, 1ST. C. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■___ “PILSENER EXPORT” is Absolutely Pure 4 Of all the drinks, good pure beer is the best and most wholsome. It is a TeiUUerauce Brink. It only contains 3| per cent. Alco hol. Combined with the best of extract of Malt to make it a liquid food. For Sale by All Dealers. Bottled at the Brewery. ASK FOR IT. The Virginia Brewing Company, Roanoke, Va. I We Greet You— | with the greatest line of Spring Shoes I and Oxfords ever brought South.—Shis store is a link in the only chain of shoe g stores in the %nited Hates carrying a gen eral line of shoes, with every pair from the i Slowest to the Highest priced, guaranteed solid leather I Ladies’ Oxfords in a hundred dainty shapes, ■ —.. .at from $1.50 to $3.00 Children’s 50c to $2.00 I iVlen S $1.75 to $5.00, in all leathers * H-Odtott I 127 N. Main Street, Salisbury N. C. I — A itfv A MV A AK MX A a a. A ah. ah. ^ a. ah _ ah ^ • One of Life's Chief Pleasures 1 »7 w! ' To a great many people is a 0 drive in the open behind a || spirited horse, or a span of 0 horses of like ilk. To be 0 sure the carriage counts for £ much in the general enjoy- 0 ment, and it is our mission /<* to supply the demand for high grade vehicles. We w also have medium and very 0 low priced goods if you want 0 them. How well we fulfill A our mission will be attested by a visit to our salerooms, to The Thing to Hitch to § ^ is reliability, in harness as W in most everything else. 47 When you can get a real, oenuine standby, coupled £ with moderate prices, you /a obtain a maximum of sat Tjjl isfaction. Our not very •7 m>~ dest claim is that we can W supply you with anything gaud everything in the har ness line—everything that ^ is worth the having, that is ^ —at reasonable prices. Try 9/ us. 8 He who Runs may Read • QUALITY I DURABILITY I MODERATE PRIG i the reason of our success ful sales of Buggies, Sur reys, Wagons and other ve hicles generally denominat ed‘‘CarriageB and Wagons,” There’s quality of material and workmanship — which insures durability: there’s style in designing and fash ioning; there, every modern device of merit for produc ing ease in riding for the driver, ease in traction for the horse; there’s modera tion in our price list. a We are selling for the next fifteen days bargains in two- gZ 2? horse wagons. Welcome to see and get our selliug figures. ® ®7 We need room and must move the goods for that purpose. 49 g Now is your time to buy if you would save money on your spring purchase. 49 § Barber Buggy & Wagon Co, l g 115 E. Council Street, Salisbury, N. C. 0