Salisbury Evening Post from Salisbury, North Carolina on November 23, 1908 · Page 4
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Salisbury Evening Post from Salisbury, North Carolina · Page 4

Salisbury, North Carolina
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Monday, November 23, 1908
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siiiSBuxT vmnsQ roar. MONDAY, MOVSXBEX , PACK rouE. AUSBUST EVIHTjfQ POST, (Daily Except Sunday.) T POST PUBLIBHWO 00. Jutorod m eeeond-elsss matter anaar 18, 1905. at the Postofflce m Haiisbary, N. Kx, under act or Congress of March 3. 1879. M6KDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908. , BRYAN AGAIN ? It is to b hoped that Mr. Bryan did ot intend tie interpretation generally put ufm a state-meat made by him while in Texas - .: last week and in which he said : im substance that it is too early yet to discuss his plans but that if conditions should require he i would again become the stand ard bearer of the Democratic party- Great man that he is Mr. Bryan is an impossibility, as a presidential candidate. That fact has been thrice demonstrated. This year he had the support of a united Democracy. Not since 1892 has the party been freerer of internecine strife and yet Mr. Bryan was defeatedjby a larger majority both in electoral and popular votes than in 1896. The independent vote, which has be come a more potent factor with each succeeding year, threw its weight to Judge Taft while the Republican the majority party presented an unbroken line. The people admire Mr. Bryan for his integrity, his ability and his optimism but they have made it very clear that they will not per mit their admiration to run the extent of electing him to the presidency. We have no idea Mr. Bryan can be again nominated even should he offer himself but his candidacy and defeat would re open old sores and revive factions that would prove serious handicap to whoever might be chosen to lead the Democrats. . . Talk at this time of who is the most available man for the nomination in 1912 is premature. A great many things may occur in four years. Issues now to the front may have been subordinated by that time and leaders who now appear to possess all the elements of strength nece sary to successful leadership may not be desirable then. The Democratic party is not lacking able men. They are to be found in every section and there will be no lack of material from which to select. To precipitate a con test this far in advance of the next national convention or- to insist that some particular section is entitled to the nominav : tion is to weaken even before the start what possibilities of success the party may have. velopment of character that it takes primacy. The wilful, ill-natured child surrounded by wholesome' influences' develo along the higher liaes while another by nature full of promise, suffers discouragement and eventually despair at neglect There is a world of possibility for evil or good in every one of these little folks who will sever know the caress of a mother or the fond indulgence of a father. What parent's heart will not warm to them on this coming day of Thanksgiving and help as he can T THE ORPHANS.. . The orphanages of North Carolina have taken a big place in the hearts of tht people and die results of the work of these institutions has been so gratifying and assumed such proportions that their friends are apt to overlook the act that with greater obligations undertaken comes larger financial , re- sponsibility. Increasing population has left parentless each year a greater number of little oner, who have only the world's benevolence to look to for their wants. More far reaching than the matter of immediate tempo-rat necessities is the preservation and cultivation of the character of these children, Environ-m.ct is such a fac'.-r in the cV JUDGE LONG. Judge Long, who is presiding, by exchange with Judge Webb, at this term of Rowan Superior court which convened this moro ing. is at home and in the hands of friends. As solicitor of the district he made a reputation as advocate and thinker. Learned in the law, -he has grown with his experience on the bench and his decisions are uniformily sustained. That business will be transacted by his court goes with' out saying. Want Column The Charlotte Observer "hap pens to know" that Congressman-elect Morehead, of the Fifth, was annoyed when he heard that he had been elected. The Observer's editor is a mighty truthful man and we "happen to know" that he despises a liar above all things. We have, also, a very high regard for Mr. Moore-head but well this proposition will encounter an army of Mis- sourians right here in North Carolina. ." The folks across the water have no more trouble making a noise that sounds like war but eventu ates in nothing than we on this side find in handing out political prophecies that fail to materialize. The Toledo Blade observes that "if the Taft campaign did cost $1,200,000, there is the comforting thought that the country gets a good deal of President for the money." WIDOW SHOOTS FARMER. Ht Was AKnratbf to Rah Her . t Hove. Bublin, Ga., Nov, 2L-W. L Tillery, a prominent Laurens county farmer, lies at his home mortally wounded, according to physicians' statements, as the result of a well-directed aim of Mrs. Rosie B. Davis, a widow, who used a revolver to protect herself and her home from invas ion. Tillery, according to Mrs. Davis, , and corroborative evi. dence, went to the widow's home and attempted to gain entrance. When refused, Tillery tore open a screen door and as he attempted to step into the hallwav. was shot down by Mrs. Davis, who warned him not to break the door. ' ." Mrs. Davis is a handsome woman and possesses property to eon-siderble value. She declared to officers that she believed the intruder meant to do her oreat harm. Officers put little stress on the theory of robbery. The bullet entered Tillery's left breast near the heart, and made an ugly wound. The bullet has not been found.' . . "Arabian Daggcs" at Theato night Very fine; see it. FOR RENT 5-room Cottage en South Shaver Street, between In-nia and Fisher. H-23-6t WANTED Two "or three" furnished rooms, withoat board, by man and wife. Address A., eare of Post. ll-23-2t WANTED-All 'retail and wholesale grocers to write as for prices on pickled mullet and pick led fih me. Terry Fish Co, Char leston, S. C. 23-lt WANTED Either position or job in stenography. Good references." Address Mrs. W. A. E., 11S West Kerr St. ll-21-4t WANT HO A yaog Roue, offr Evening Pos- Tost I Southern Railway ehoek Jtor $110.00 in small eard ease. with cards of wenniy. new. will be given fos flaser. Notify Evening Pwt. 21-2 We make window shades to r- der while you wait T. E. With-K Withenipoon Co. 10 8 tf FOR &VT. Oottage near the rraded seheol. B. If. Miller. IS tf Fur Fruit Cakes, we have the finest Fruits obtainable. Fernde) Mince Meat, Plum Pudding. Fan- O&uberriei. Malaga Grapes. In cy Table Raisins, finest New Nuts, fact we carry as fine a line of eat able as yon will find anywhere in the South. . . N. P. Murphy, High-Qrads Oroeeries. HENRY FORD SAYS : What yon pay In excess of 9850 for Touring Car is mon ey tor which yon do not secure foil "value received. . That is a strong statement but the Ford Motor Company is proving its truth bv furnishing a ear second to none and the price is 850.00 F. 6. B. De troit The Model Ford has twenty horsepower engine (equal of a 30 h, p. in a 2000 lb. ear, it has a magneto which is an mte-,gral part of the motor, it is etquipped with a unite power plant, 3 point suspension snd shaft drive. It is a five passenger roomy ear built on handsome linn, a ear you will be proas' to drive in any company. Vanadium steel, the strongest, eostliest steel made, is used throughout tbe ear. . No ear under $2000.00 suffers more; none at otct $2,000 offers more exeept in "tnaipungt." No ear looks better, or sets ear is one more reliable. No other ear has as high grade materials or better, if as good, features. In short, the Model T Ford st $850.00 if judged by the standard of any other manufacturer, would have to sell for at least $2,000. 00. (One or two hundred dollars will buy a pile of "trimmings," too ) . We will say more than that any ear selling for several hundred dollar more could, if built by Ford,in the Ford shops from Ford designs, by Ford methods, in Ford quantities, be sold for the Ford price it the manufacturers would be satisfied with the Ford profit per ear. .; . ' . That i why wa say any sum In excess of $850.00 paid for a touring car is money for which you do Bot get . full value received ; and we stand ready to prove every cIbiiu we make, including tbe foregoing. If for no other reason than to verify these statements, you owe it to wour pocket-book to investigate this wonderfid Ford ear.. We do not want your order unless we prove these thinm to your own satisfaction. Phone 300 for a practical wrkmg demonstration its yours for the asking and is sure to prove interesting and worth while. If only to ride in a silent, easy riding, comfortable, powerful ear, it will pay for the time spent Say when and say today.; Cars can be seen at our store ; deliveries are being made every day, the demand is enormous. 1 Do not delay. ... ;-.;.- If not interested in a tonring ear, how about a coupe, town ' ear or eabf The Model T Ford is made in all styles at correspondingly low prices. Get our CATALOG. ..-f t ; : j SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED. "DO YOU OWN ONE? Thompson Bros. Garage. 8 Your Earning Capacity Can. R not Last Forever I You ought to save something and deposit saste is a strong bank. We issue Certificates of Deposit with ntercst mi 4 Pr Cent. Why not start an account with us T You can onea an aeeonnt with & m ' " deposit or even less. " , . ; Peoples National Bank, Capital $100,000. Surplus $12,500. D. R. JULIAN, Pres. J. D. NORWOOD, Cashier P. B THOMPSON. Vice Pres. J. A. PEELER, Asst. Cashier Arc Yon Prepared lor Fire ? It may happen to you just as it has to others. Cc ana let us write a nre insurance policy, ine cost u smal But the satisfaction one derives from having ft is great VI will insure your houses, furniture, stables, infact aoythi that is insurable. Don't put it off as you may be too late. CBAS. C ADAMS I COMPANY, Empire Baling fOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXX)! Bijou Theatre For Tonight, Nov. 23rd f st REEL. The Pretty Dairy Maid and .The Stolen Sausage. A Fine Comedy. - 2nd REEL. la the Nick o! Time and Not Yet Bat Sooa 3rd REEL. The Sailors Sweetheart and Spooks do the Moving. : Come and see them. MEAT AND FI3H MARKET I Fh every Saturday. Best meats alt the time. Give tat f call. Old Huff stand at third bridge. Bank street. W. F. Woodward k Bro. 11-18-61. FOR RENT Seven room, 2- story house. Water, sewerage and gas. Apply to W. T. Rainey. 1S4 S. Main street. v ' 11-17 Ladies' skirts sad kid gloves cleaned at the Klaadika Tailor Shop, 111 E. Fisher street Phone 21-L. ; It ST it FOR SALE Good horse. . Ad- draw J. C. Cranfnrd, Craven, N. C. 11-17-61 f lace your ore for your . Thanksgin Oysters With ms. I will h them, li. Z. Whit, 109 W. Fisher. Phone! THEATO toniirht: "f.,,t.i Kid." Don't fail to see it LOST Card ease. i-nntnimn R. R. T. snd 0. R. C. receipt Lost between Sneneer- "hiirrh.- Leave at Evening Post for Irr-J 11-23-31 THEATO ,-oi Entire Change of Program Good music with every performance. All the latest and best. ; Theato a There are Just Two Things That O You Want-Bargaliis and Yalues- O -WE HAVE THEM BOTH () O We guarantee our line of high class merchandise to be satisfactory and to give the lowest bossible wear. As t y always in the past so in the future, vou: can deoend on having the best treatment liberal dealign, greatest bar- ) gaings, prompt delivery aud vight prices frcm - O GLOBE DEPARTMENT STORE, 121 SOUTH MAIN ST. - - SAUSEUaY, N. C Our Great Advance Holiday Sale Is to Continue Until November 28lh. () Q cr C) CCOOOCCCQOCQCCi Vai' i4 W Scr W ,

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