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THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
WM. H. STBWARr, Ed. and Prop
Published every Tuesday at 120 West
Innes street.
Entered as second-class matter Jan.
18th. 1905, at the post office at Salis
bury, N. 0., under the act of Congress
of March 8rd, 1897.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.
Watchman and Record, one year two
papers per week, cash in advance, $1,00
per year; six months, 60e.
Salisbuby, N.C. Mje. 2nd 1910.
FROGTOWN.
Rural No. 2, Rockwell, Feb.
28.—Mrs. Cicero Carter died
at her home, two miles west
of Organ church, last Wed'
nesday evening, February 23,
1910; aged 28 years. She
leaves a husband and two
sons and a host of friends to
mourn her departure. The
funeral services were con'
ducted at Prosperity Luther
an church by Rev. H. A.
Trexler, and her body was
laid to rest in the hurrying
ground.
Mrs. Luther Yates, who has
been confined to her bed is
improving, her many friends
will be glad to learn.
Mrs. Ellen Eller, of Faith,
is visiting her uncle, Jackson
Bost, near Organ.
I. L. Hoffner and J. C. KeL
ner, of Mt. Pleasant, visited
home folks Saturday night
and Sunday.
John Misenheimer is con'
lined to his bed with tonsili -
tis.
Mrs. Ellen Silford visited
Mrs. Luther Yates Saturday.
John Troutman, of Organ
neighborhood, has moved to
Albemarle, where he will
work at the carpenter’s trade.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bost
has rented John Troutman’s
farm.
cummumou services win De
held at Organ church Easter
Sunday. On Easter Monday
the young people and chil
dren’s Missionary Society will
have their Easter exercises
which will be followed by an
egg hunt.
John Clarke has treated
himself to a new surrey.
What has become of Bro.
Columbus? Guess he went
to sleep and forgot to wake upi
The school at Oak Grove
will close March 18th with
an entertainment. Everybody
is invited to be present.
Mrs. Nancy Alice Bost vis
ited at Henry Bost’s Saturday
night and Sunday.
- Mrs. John Yates is viting
her haughter, Mrs, Luther
Yates.
Mrs. James Hipp is confined
to her room with la grippe.
The school will close at
Kluttz’s school house March
18th, with a flag-raising.
Mrs. Charley Holshouser
visited her parents Sunday,
March 27th.
I. L. Honner lseontemplat
ing going to Washington, D.
C., when the school closes at
Mt. Pleasant.
Success to editor and read
ers of The Watchman and
Record. Somebody.
-9 — m
BILTMORE.
Feb. 28.—We are having
lots of rain along now. The
roads are getting almost past
traveling.
There is no sickness in the
neighborhood of Biltmore to
report at this time.
There will be preaching at
St. Peter’s next Sunday even
ing at half past two o’clock,
by Rev. Herman, of South
Carolina.
The school at Biltnn re will
close next Friday evening.
There will be an exhibition
on Saturday, beginning at 2
o’clock, with entertai nment at
nights. Everybody is invited
and a nice time is expected.
John Miller ai.d wife visit*
ed at Henry Trc xler’s Sunday
evening.
Mrs. J. A. Frown, who has
been visiting her daughter,
Mrs, John Tinker, is back in
our neighb< i hood again.
Mrs. Richard Heilig is vis
iting her iother, A. W. Mil
ler, thi • tveek.
Wi.ii best wishes to The
Watchman and its many read
ers, I am as ever, Jake.
LIBERTY X ROADS.
R. F. D. No. 1, Gold Hill,
Feb. 28.—The health of this
community is good at present.
Work on the new telephone
line from Libertydo Rockwell
is about completed and as this
line is a metallic one it is sup
posed to be a great help to
the patrons in the territory
around and about Liberty.
W. C. Poole is contemplat
ing erecting a new dwelling
about one-and-askalf miles
north of Liberty in the near
future.
There will be no grinding
at T. H. Morgan’s mill, near
the cross roads, next Satur
day, on account of Mr. Mor
gan’s school closing, at the
Poole school house, on that
date.
There will be old-time ex
hibitions at the Poole school
house, Saturday, March the
5th, and also at Jackson Col
lege March 12th.
There will be preaching at
Liberty next Sunday at 3
o’clock p. m., by Rev. Wiley.
Mias Alice Morgan ana itu
fus Holsliouser were married
recently. We extend our
best wishes to the happy
couple. J. W. Basinger per~
formed the ceremony.
A new telepone line will be
built soon from over near the
Yadkin river to the Liberty
switch board. This will be a
great help to that community
as there is no phone in that
.vicinity.
Some of the boys over near
Craven caught a wild goose
recently.
We are expecting to report
some more weddings by Eas
ter.
Success to The Watchman
and its reaiers. Billy.
LUWtnSIUNh.
Feb. 28.—We are having plenty
of rain at present.
Miss Maude Powlass, the school
teacher at OaK Grove, visited
relatives Saturday night and Sun
day.
Mrs. Robert Cruse is on the
sick list.
“Ike” Moose has moved onto
the Barnbardt place with his
brother, Joe.
David Corl and Miss Agner
Cress were married last Wednes
day, the 23rd of this month.
David Corl and his brother have
the mumps.
There was a spelling race or
spelling “match” at Oak Grove
last Thursday night.
Mrs. John Troutman is on the
sick list.
We are glad to tote that Blrs.
Ira Boat is improving fast.
Miss Rosa Kluttz visited rela
tives Saturday night.
Henry Bost’s little Luther is on
the sick list.
Mrs. Cicero Carter who has !
sick for some time died last Wed
nesday night and was buried at
Prosperity Thursday. Joe.
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An Increase in Taxes for the /Schools.
At a regular meeting of the
city aldermen, to be held on the
night of night ofMarch 4th, the
matter of the city schools will
be taken up and au effort made
to devise ways and means for
their continuation. It seems
that when the new charter for
the city was drawn that no pro*
vision was made for the maintain
ance of the schools, and it being
distinctly stated in the charter
that no money could be taken
from the general fund for this
purpose, the schools have been
since the revision of the city char
ter, unprovided lor except their
proportion of the county funds,
which are totally inadequate for
the demands.
We understand that au effort
will be made to call au election
to vote a special tax of 20c on
each me hundred dollars worth
of property and sixty cents on
each poll for the benefit of the
schools. It is claimed that this
will just about furnish money
enough to run all the sohools
for nine months each year.
John C. Dancy, a colored citi
zen of Salisbury, who has been
Recorder of Deeds-in the district of
Columbia for the past eight years
has been succeeded by Henry
Johnson, a colored lawyer of At
lanta, Ga. Danoy seems to have
given satisfaction, as there was no
charges preferred against him and
no reason has been given for his
removal.
Don’t Throw it Away.
Clean your old and worthless
furniture with soap and water.
Then apply one coat of L. & M.
Varnish—all ready-for-use, Ii
makes it new at a cost of almost
nothing Get it from Salisbury
oupply & CommiBsou Co.
--o m
Jau.es McKenzie, a Scotchman
and ». rook cutter at Granite
Quarry, died on Sunday from
bronc hitis and paralysis of the
hea t The interment was made
there on Monday evening.
Welcome Words to Women
Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their
sex should write to Dr. Pierce and receive free the
advice of a physician of over 40 years’ experience
—a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases
of women. Every letter of this sort has the most
careful consideration and is regarded as sac-edly
confidential. Many sensitively modest women write
fully to Dr. Pierce what they would shrink from
telling to their local physician. The local physician
is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything
without “an examination.” Dr. Pierce holds that
these distasteful examinations are generally need- -
less, and that no woman, except in rare cases, should submit to them.
Dr. Pierce s treatment will cure you right in the privacy of
your own home. His “Favorite Prescription” has cured
hundreds of thousands* some of them the worst of cases*
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wuh your health. Write to World’s Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.
V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.,—take the advice received and be well.
Made 41 Bales of Cotton
With Only One Mule
Read in our Farmers’ Year Book or Almanac for
1910 how a planter in Terrell County, Georgia,
made 41 bales of cotton with only one plow, a
record breaking yield, and he had a nine weeks’
drought—the worst in years. His gross income was
$2,098.47 for this crop. You can do it too
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OPEN AN AGGOilMT
WITH THE
FIRST NATIONAL BUNK,
SALISBURY, N C
W. C. Coughenotje, President,
T. C. Linn, Vice-Presid-nt,
W H. White Cashier
Capital - - - $50,000 00
Siockhoiiisrs’ Liability • 50,000 GO
Surplus and Profits - 53.58i 56
Deposit? January 1,1909, 317 785 06
R-soi' s January 1,1909, 459,736 84
Dn<y j'okb : John S. Henderson, D.
Atwell, T. C. Linn, H, N.
Woodson, Burton Craige, W. S.
Blackmer, Walter H. Woodson,
W. B Strachan, A. H. Price,
W C Coughenour.
Every accommodation extended con
sistent with safe banking.
W H. WHITE.Cashier
Sale ol Valuable Lot.
Pursuant to the provisions contained
in a Mortgage Trust Deed executed
by W L. Austin and wife Dora A.
Austin to Charles Steifr and Frederick
P. Stieff trustees, on.July 6th, 1907.
and recorded in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds for Rowan county in
Book of Mortgages No. 31, page 198,
the undersigned will expose for sale
at public auction for cash at the court
house door in Salisbury, N. C.,on
Friday, the 18th, day of February, 1910,
at the hour of 12 M.. the following de
scribed lot;
Lot No. 13, in Block No. 15 as shown
by the map of the R. A. Wheeler
lands. For back title, see plot regis
tered in Book of Deeds No. 104. page
302. Also deed from R A. Wheeler
and wife to W. M. Ruth and W. M,
Ruth and wife to W. L. Austin.
This Jan. 14th, 1910.
Chabt.es Stibff,
Frederick P. Stieff,
trustees and mortgagees.
John L. Rendleman, attorney
THE VOTING Is BEGINNING TO GET LIVELY. '
The voting on the Watchman and Record’s buggy and sewing
machine contest is becoming more interesting each week.
John Htrkey, old veteran, Baroer No. 1, 21,726 votes
T H Kirk. China Grove 9,726 votes
Horn an Cooper, China Grove 6 860 votes
Miss Mamie Fry, rural 2, Richfield, N C 5,100 votes
Emma A Rogers, rural 5, city, 4,850 votes
0 L Easing r, rural 2 Richfield, N C 8,600 votes
Edd Moss, New London, N C 8,600 votes
Geo B Kesler, rural 6, city 2,850 votes
W R Bean, rural No 1, Craven, N C 1,850 votes
Mis3 Ada Eagle, rural 3, city 350 votes
I 4 H P 8125. 0 H P $175. 8 H P $250
Waterloo Gasoline Engines are guar- j
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I quality and price.
See us if you are interested in any
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We also handle the celebrated Stick
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Southern Distributors for Stickney and Waterloo Gasoline
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TAX NOTICE!
To the 1 ax Payers of Rowan County:
I will visit the various Townships at the following times
and places for the purpose of collecting the taxes for the
year 1909.
These Taxes are long past due, and 1 earnestly ask that
you meet me on these dates and pay your Taxes, as the
State and County are badly in need of the money:
Franklin, Lentz’s Store . Tuesday, March 1st
Unity, at VVoodleaf.Wednesday, March 2nd
Scotch Irish, Lyerly’s Store.Thursday, March 3rd
Cleveland.Friday. March 4th
Steele, at Bear Poplar.Monday, March 7th
Mt. Ulla, at Sherrill’s Store.Tuesday, March 8th
Atwell, at Jasper Corriher’s Store.. Wednesday, March 9th
Atwell, at Enochville.Thursday, March 10th
China Grove, at Landis.Friday, March 11th
China Grove, at China Grove.Saturday, March 12th
Litaker, at Bostians’ X Roads.Monday, March 14th
Litaker, at Faith.Tuesday, March 15th
Gold Hill, at Rockwell.Wednesday, March 16th
Gold Hill, at Gold Hill.Thursday, March 17th
Morgan, at Morgan’s Muster Ground.. Friday, March 18th
Providence, at Eller’s Store.Monday, March 21st
Locke, at Watsonville.Tuesday, March 22nd
Cleveland, Barber Junction.Wednesday, March 23rd
Mill Bridge.Thursday, March 24th
Granite Quarry.Friday, March 25th
J. H. EWcKENZIE, Sheriff.

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