THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
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Local News Items.
The survey for the Spencer
water works has commenced,
Robt. F. (Joble, superintendent
of the Kesler Cotton Mills, has
Alderman Geo. W. Wright has
been laid up for several days with
The Southern's extra
to the river for water is
The Anti-Saloon League has
given up the gost and disbanded,
at least temporary.
An effort is
made to es
tablish a lodge of the Masonic
fraternity at Spencer. '
Worth Murphy and Irving Tol
ten are arranging to open an elec
trical supply house here.
Dr. H. T. Trantham will go
down to Charlotte this evening to
Attend a big meeting of the
Wm. D. HaTtman has placed a
handsome new set pf furniture m
his barber shop which decidedly
improves its appearance.
Jonn M. Young, the obliging
and courteous clerk at Grimes'
Drug Store, has gone back to his
first love, Theo. F. Kluttz & Co'e.
Henry C. Sowers, son of the
late Jesse Sowers, who has been
living in Kansas City, Mo., for
some time, is-at home visiting his by L. E. Seay.
Long-Te ague. Thursday even
ing at the home of Hon. and Mrs,
J. A, Long, in Roxboro, their
daughter, Miss Margaret, and Dr.
R. J . Teague were united in mar
riage. The home was beautifully
decorated in white and green. The
wedding march was rendered by
Miss Annie Reade Long, a cousin
of the bride. jThe ceremony was
performed by Rev. Dr. E. B.
Yates, ot Durham.
Mrs. Annie Long, of Durham,
sang, "Faithful,"' while the fSarty
was forming. The bridal party
descended the broad stairway,
preceded the by the flower girls,
Misses Annie Laurie Long, of
Durham, and Katheriue Bradsher,
of Roxboro. The bridesmaids
were: Misses Frances and Sue
Owen, of Denniston, Va, ; Ger
trude and Maude Satterfield and
Bessie Thompson, of Leesburg.
The groomsmen were : Dr. J. A.
Williams, of Reidsville, Dr. E. S.
Shacklefield, of South Boston,
Va. ; Dr. W. A. Bradsher and
Messrs. W. R. Woody, James A.
Long, Jr., of Roxboro. The
bridal presents were many and
handsome, among them a check
for $500 to the bride from her
father. Dr. and Mrs. Teague left
on the southbound to visit the
Mardi Gras celebration at New
Orleans. After the wedding an
elaborate reception was tendered
at the home of the bride's parents
and the refreshments were served
by Dughi, of Raleigh Raleigh
Dr. Teague is a native cf Rowan
and makes regular visits to his old
home at Mt. Vernon. He is a
brother of tne late E. N. Teague.
Crenshaw-Stimeson The mar
riage of Minnie Lee Crenshaw and
William Jasper Stimeson, will
take place in the First Presbyter
ian church, of this city, uext
Wednesday evening, March 8th.
Miss Crenshaw has been making
her home in Salisbury with her
aunt for a number of years, is
well known and much admired.
Mr. Stimeson has lately come to
Salisbury from Staiesville. He
has taken charge of the photo
graph gallery recently conducted
Recruits for the External Camping
Richardson -Mr8. W. F. Rich
ardson, of New Bern, died in this
city Monday night. Mrs. Rich
ardson was afflicted with con
sumption and was en route home
when she was overcome and was
unable to travel further. Her re
mainsjwere shipped homeTnesday.
Warren. Chas. J. Warren,
who has made this countv his
home since the war having taken
part in that conflict as a Marine
in the service of the United States,
died at his , home near Sowers'
ferry Monday morning. A second
second stroke of paralysis being
ihi cause of his death.
Basinger. J. Calvin Basmger,
one of Rowan's citizens, died at
his home in Morgan township
Monday morning from the effects
of cramp colic. Mr. Basinger
was well known in Salisbury. He
was a Confederate soldier and lost
a leg during the war.
Whitley. Mrs. Whitley, who
lived near Mt. Ulla, died this
week. She leaves a husband and
a house full of little children, a
number of whom were confined to
their beds ae the time.
ot in Indus-
Seeking the Establishment
trial School Here.
The Rowan Baptist Association,
a Negro organization including a
large portion of this section of the
State, has decided to establish an
industrial school within its limits,
of which Salisbury is near the
centre and the most desirable
point, but the Bchool will go
where the greatest inducements
are offered. Rev. D. W. Mont
gomery pastor of the Dixonville
Baptist church, has been making
an effort to secure the institution
Thanks to Our Friends.
We have just received from W.
H. Martin, of Gold Hill, a large
list of subscribers accompanied
with the actual cash, and desire
to thank our friend for his kind
ness, and while at it, we will ex
tend public thanks to the many
others who have volunteered their
assistance in .securing subscrip
tions, those who hatfe subscribed
and those who have offered so
many words of kindness and en
couragement. It is not the pur
pose of tne Watchman to become
an advertising sheet for our job
department, but we also do job
printing and have a large number
5 Men In a Scrap.
A trial took place before Justice
Y- L- Bay, at Spencer Thursday
afternoon that involved about
fifteen men. The cause of the
trouble was because of Owen Nor
vell, an engineer, entering a
freight car where a number of
carmen were. This was an in
fringement of the carment rules
and C. E. Lowder and A. C. Isen-
hour jumped on Mr. Norvell.
Soon about all present were tak
ing aides and a general mix up
followed. At the trial it was im
possible to learn who was most
guilty, but Justice Ray found
Isenhour guilty and taxed him
with $2 and cost and discharged
Rev, J. A. Linn, an old time
resident of Rowan, expects to re
turn to his former home at Rock
well about the middle of the
Mr. and Mrs. L H. Clement
went over to Mccksville Thursday
owing to the illness of Mrs. Mar
shall Clement, Mr. Clement's
Arthur H. Locke, a cotton mill
man, of New York, while going
south for his health, died on the
train between Salisbury and Char
lotte Sunday a week.
The Seventh United States
Cavalry passed through Salisbury
Sunday en route for Washington.
D. C, where it will take part m
the inaugural parade,
Ernest R. Rufty, who recently
left for Greenville, S. 0., to take
charge of a laundry, has returned
home owing to the prevalence of
smallpox in that community.
Rev. N. S. Jones, at one time
Huffman - Rice. Miss Ada
Huffman and Walter Rice were
united in marriage at the home of
the bride's parents in this city
last Wednesday evening. After
a bountiful supper the couple left
for a tour of northern cities.
Canup-Dennis. Tne marriage
of Miss Elizabeth Canup and
Thomas Alexander Dennis, both
of Chestnut Hill, is announced to
take place Wednesday, March
1fith at the home of the bride.
Miss Canup is a charming young
lady much liked by a large circle
of friends and Mr. Dennis is a
popular salesman on the Hill,
hicrhlv fisteemed bv those who
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Sprinkle-Baker. Miss Fannie
Sprinkle, daughtes of H. T.
Sprinkle, and H. J. Baker, of
Knoxville, Tenn.,were married at
the parsonage of the First Metho
dist church, Thursday night, Rev.
J. C. Rowe officiating. Mr. Baker
is employed by the Southern at
Spencer. The couple are making
their home with the bride's pa-
Inspection of Rowan Guards.
The annual inspection of the
Rowan Guards, the Salisbury mili
tary company, will be held Tues
day, April 11th. Cart. Max Bar
ker has received notice that Colo
nel T. H. Bain, inspector general,
and Gen, C. A. Woodmff will b
here on that date and for said
purpose. The company is meet
ing twice per wesk now and hopes
to be in fine shape for the inspection.
lake Home Comfortable !
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will helfli you.
O He has a Large Assortment of House O
Furnishings and is
offering them at
Most Reasonable Prices.
EMBALMING AND UNDERTAKING
COFFINS AND GASKETS. r
of friends in this
who will also
SpotCash, one of the most en
terprising and hustling merchants
of Salisbury has an ad, in to-days'
paper to which your attention is
invited. He offers many articles
at bargain prices.
To Stay Ahead Is Harder than Getting Ahead.
The Reasan we are the
Leading Watchmakers, and Jewelers
here is because we do onlv the very best work in the
most workmanlike manner, and use only the very best
materials obtainable; we buy all our watch materials (
direct from the various watch factories and right here
let us explain to you that we do not use one dollar
per dozen main springs as some people advertise they
do. Our main springs cost us more than one dollar
per dozen, we will not under any circumstance use
the cheaper grades : in addition to this we fully guar
antee all our work for on vear, we will explain what
OUR GUARANTEE means iu our next adv. i . 4
Gorman & Green, ,
Leading Watchmakers and Jewelers,
and 5 and (
113 & 115 EAST INNISS ST.
OFFERING SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR
YOUR MARCH BUSINESS IN
Lamps and Lamp Goods.
Rttnt.iai-. Tabernacle at New
Berne. The called was accepted.
James Jones, col., was sent to
iail. last week by Esq. D, M.
at.nr the First Baptist church
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Here, has been called to tne pulpit rauw ou"'
? Powlas-Monboe . Miss Z u 1 a
Powlass and A. L. Monroe were
united in marriage Thursday
evening at the home of the bride's
r:n qQf,nH. of a .f5SO bond, t"10"10'
Jone? was charged with stealing
hides from Holmes' slaughter pen.
Jno. A. Murphy has opened a
grocery store in the building
recently occupied by H. Z. White
on Fiiher street, Mr. White hav
ing moved near the new post
office. Mrs. Annie Cole Ballew will
soon return to Salisbury to make
;her home. W- S. Blackmer, her
brother, has purchased the E. W,
.Burt residence on Horah street
S. A. Earnhardt, one of
Rowan's delegates to the State
meeting of the Cotton Growers'
Association at Raleigh last week,
came back encouraged with the
success of the association. The
meeting cnnsisted of delegates
from all the cotton growing coun
ties was well attended. Resolu
tions to decrease the acreage the
year were passed. This organiza
tion has alre&dy forced up the
price and it is believed 10 cents
will soon be in Bight.
Mirrors, Hardware JNovelties.
Stationery, Decorating Materials.
Writing and correspondence materials,
Neckwear, Crepe Tissue Paper,
Underwear, Cards, etc.
and Fancy Goods and Small wares of ev-j
Try us and be Convinced.
Your True Friend,
The Dollar Stretcher.
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HOLIDAYS ARE OVER,
You can find
at our place
Everything Usually Carried
in a ;
FIRST-GLASS HARDWARE STORE.
You Know what Hardware is,
so when in need come to see us US. i
Come See My
buy some of my
Yours for Furniture,
W. B. SUMMERSETT,
108 W. lnuiis Street.
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