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THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN
Wm. K. STEWART, Editor and Owner
Publlehed Every Wednesday
At Salisbury, N. C.
Subscription Price:
Watchman. 1 year..75
Record, 1 year.75
The Progressive Farmer, 1 year.. 1.00
AH I tor.a yoar each, only $1.50
Entered as second-class matter .Tan
nery 19th, 1905, at the postofflce at
BaHebwr, N. C., under the act of Con
grese ct March 3rd, 1879.
Salisbury, N. C.,Oct. 30, 1918
DEMOCRATIC TICKETS.
Rowan County Ticket.
For Solicitor Fifteenth Judicial Dis
trict
Hayden Clement
For Senator Twenty-fifth Senatoiial
District
R. Lee Wrifiht.
For Members of House of Representa
tives!
T D Brown
iJ C Kesler
For Clerk Superior Court
J Frank McGubbins
For Sheriff
James II Krider
For Treasurer
W. H. Crowder
For Register of Dee Is
J C Deaton
For Auditor
E B Neave. Jr.
For Coroner
D L Sides
For Surveyor
N A Trexler
For Trial Justice of Rowan County
Court
P S Carlton
For Prosecuting Attorney of Rowan
County Court
T G Furr
For County Commissioners
Henry E Rufty
C J Fleming
F D Patterson
C E Barger
G Y Thomason
Democratic ^Son^re® S
T ickfet.
' For Bepi esentative i.i the Sivty-Sixfh ,
Congress—Eighth Uisiriet
R L Dough ton
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Democratic State Ticket.',
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For United States Senator
F M Simmons ! .
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For Members r f (’nrp' i--1inn Connni.s- j
pion To.-m of Six Yers:
George P Pell J
For Members of OorjTriraM'nn Commits- <
si' ti Term oi Two Years
Allen J Maxwell .
, JJ
For Chief J ustice Supreme Court
Walter Clark
I For Associate Justices Supreme Court j '
William R A lien 1
Platt D Walker 1
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For Judge Supei ior Com t, Thi: d j
,i udicidl luistrict I 1
John H Kerr j s
Fm* .Tmlap snmu i i . •. ■> i IP.I. I 1
Judiei. J District
Frank A Daniel:.
For Judge Bupr-rior (Duct, Seventh jj
Ju ncitd Distri-t !"
Thomas H Calvert 1 i
For Judge Superior Court, Eleventh i
Ju iicial District
Henry P Dane
Forjudge Superior < curt., Thirteenth
Judicial District
W J Adams
For Judgc Superior Court. Kift Perth
J ml iviai l)i-t riel
Benjamin Franklin Bong
For .fudge Superior (. o-.rt. !• e venu-en ti'
Judical District
'J' 11 Finley
For Judge Sir prior C u -t, Eight- t n'h
Judioiai District
Michael H Justice [
For.JuddgeK perioi liourt,Niu.-'tocu D
Judicial District
P A McElroy
For Judge Supermr (h urt, Twentieth
Judicial District.
T D Bryson
Sincere Gratitude.
Mrs William Boll Logansport,'
Inti., writes, liI doom it my duty
to express my gratitude for the
good Chamberlain’s Colic and
Diarrhoea Remedy did me when
I had a severe attack of diar
rhoea three years ago. It was
the only medicine that releivcd : .
me.” I
<tsaammmmmMameaff&!v-&ws8£x*s*: isat. v i i.- j
tariff Krider Continues to Make Arrests.
John Bolton of Cabarrus
ounty, and a soldier of Ca m o
aekson, S C, were arrested
Uiursday night by Sheriff
vi dler and are being held
or further investigation,
fold n was a companion of
1m soldier Sweet who shot
) - uu \ y JSf a s h se v e ra 1 d i y s
go.
ronchia! Trouble.
Mrs. A. E. Sideuberder, Reck
eld, Ind., states; ‘'For an at
acks of bronchial trouble which
suuliy assails me in the spring,
iind Chamberlain's Cough
aiuicdy the only thing that
ives me relief. After using it.
few days all signs of bronchial
rouble disappears.
Raise In Street Car Fares Postponed.
Mayor Woodson ^received £ |
telegram from Raleigh Thur~.
day informing him that the
request that the hearing o‘ |
the matter of the PubPc Ser
vice Comp my seeking to ob
tain a raise in tits gas rates- j
and street car fares in Salis
bury has been continued nn
til November 7*h.
Lillie Mesimore and Roy
Misenheimer were married at the
Lutheran parsonage September |
29th by Rev G O Ritchie. Tin
groom is a sou of John \ isenbei
mer and is a fine young man and j
a good farmer, and the bride is ;. j
daug'hterof James Misenheimei- j
both of Rowan county from be- j
low Rockwell.
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need an iron ionic to
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Especially recommended for com
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‘ Grippy” conditions, uric acid rlieuma !
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You can rely on .heir stale-,
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rs E F Kiutiz. 504 E Kerr
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Case was a tired, worn out leei
ing. ' v (jack was weak and it
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sharp knife like pains sb -t j
through me wbrn I tried to lift j
or bend over and 1 Could hardly \
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were weak and annoyed me too
I tried different remtdies, but did
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before Doan's cured me entirely.
60c at all dealers. Foster
Miiburn Co., Mfgrs , Buffalo, N. j
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The local Woodmen of Ihe
World Camps voted to annul the;
biannual Convention to be held |
lu'i\ next March, this being due
to conditions brought on bv the!
war and the fact the railroads;
are taxed to handle travel. The (
calling off of 1919 session will i ot
cause xlse cities where these con
volitions were to be held to lose
their claim to the conventions
when they are held, but the meet
ing places selected will have the
pleasure of entertaiirrsg the
conventions when held, and
Salisbury will get. the next North
Head Camp convention when
held.
;■; > 'Vorms in a Healthy CStH-i
i cliiMreii f. - ubioJ with worms have nn nn
i •• hv c• kr, which indicates peer blood, and of a
1 *i. to is m;.;v; or lees stomach disturbance.
( ATK .. TASTi I EoS chili TONIC given reguio rly
•o o-. three weeks will enrich the blood, im
t :c digestion, and act as a GeneralStrength
t-ico : i onic to the whole system. Nature will then
Enow : if or dispel the worms, ami the Child will be
iu perfect health. Pleasant to toira 60c per bottle.
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tnai’-v o*’ier Nervous Disor
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igaim-t the htiii'iug i.t On ■ -
sums Rabbits. Squ'rr* Is Ihrri <r
iny other “am - ' ant time 11
)iir !aryls Anyone so d‘ o g
will be prosecuted to the tu K st
;xtont of the Law
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G C Propst. W G i’.-irks
C R Meni us. L F ileilig.
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