THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
SHORT LOCAL ITEMS
An interesting attraction will
be the Hallowe'en fete to be sir
o by the Young People! Society
oi at. jonn Lintheran cnuroh in
the artillery club room. The
rent will take place next Tnei
day night, October 81, Hallowe'en
eight. There will be an interest
ing program and also a parade.
Tne pub' 10 :i invited.
Maxwell Holihoaser, of Cres
cent, who attended - the Potomac
Synod at Uiokory, returned Sat
nraay evening lie reported a
splendid meeting of the reformed
If ill Flossie A. Byrd, of Greene
boro, addressed the Baraca and
Philathea classes of the Firit
Baptist church Sunday morning.
Mils Byrd is state secretary of
the Baraoa-Philathea union .
A. D, Ourrie, manager of the
MoPhersoo Drug Co., will occupy
the old Snider huse on the oor
atrof Main and Kerr streets.
The house is being overhauled
and will be greatly improved and
made an attraoted home.
W. Br Porter, who purohrsed a
frm near Jerusalem in Davie
county during the past winter
and moved there in the spring,
has sold the property. Mr. Por
ter will return to his former home
The Four Jairi Head of
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insufficiently nourished. '
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in Salisbury soon,
bought the farm.
H. Miller, of the Globe De
partment store, has decided to
move to Durham, and is packing
his goods preparatory to moving
Messrs. Clement & Clement, at
torneys, went to Couoord Mon
day moruiug to attend the Cabar
rus superior court. They had a
oase to be tried in Oabarrus court
this week. Judge Adam 9 is pre
siding. An official prcolamaticn has
been made bv Grand Chaucellor
0. C. MoLean, of tne Kaigtta of
Pythias, of Greensboro, appoint
ing Friday, November 10th as
Orphan's Hjme night. On this
night a report will be made con
oerning the institution reoently
established by the Knights and it
may be the members will be ask
ed for iubsariptiona or donatioos.
The two Salisbury lodges,
Moa 28 ahd 100, are to hold a
joint meeting on Orphan's H me
Thomas Eesler left for Atlanta
Tuesday morning, where he joins
she navy for a three years eervioa.
He will bo on board a battUship
Dr. R. T. Vaunt president of
Meredith College, preached' at the
m oapiiii cuqicq las ouuusy
nigbt. He was on bis way home
from Charlotte. Dr. Vaun was
the guest of Rev. C. A G. Them
as, while in the city.
The new section of Yale look
boxes, 112 in the section, has ar
rived and contractor J . R Doby
will put it up in the poet i ffise as
soon as he can do so.
In the United States Circuit
Co art at Greet sboro, last week,
A H. Trice, -f Salisbury, was ap
pointed speoial mas'.er, by Judge
J. S Boyd, in the suit of New
York Trust Co., trustees, vs. Thi
Ge man-American Co. The German-American
C. owns a great
o tton mill a Drape, in R cking-
bam county. N ... C. The New
Y rk Trust Co . has a mortgage
oi the property for $400,000.
Judge Boyd ordered the prcpeity
t ' be sold ana appointed Jas. F.
Jordan, of Greensboro, commis
sioner, and A. H Price, of SrliB
bury, special master.
HR Miller and wife and Mrs
J T Furlough who wenjb to Titus
ville, Fla , some time ago, have
returned to Salisbury. Mrs
If lllbr's health became worse
while in Florida, and the entire
party returned to Salisbury. Mr
Miller got enough of Florida and
sol 1 out and has returned to
North Carolina to stay.
Stanly Martiu left, Monday
morning for Old Fort to superin
tend the rnttiDjr down of eid-
wa.ks in thit twa for the firm of
G R Martin and Company of
Salisbury, who have secured the
contract to put down a larg
amount of oemeat sidewalks
W M Ruth, who covers the
State for the Standard SewinK
M teniae Qjmpany, of Cleveland,
Ohio, left last Saturday nigbt for
Cleveland in rfsjonie to a tele
gram from the oompa iy. calling
him to tbe factory. Mr Rah
goes to the factory to learn the
construction of the sewing ma
chine. Ivev L. Hoffner and Miss Allie
Y e were married Sunday, the
22udbjRev.H A. Trexler, ot
Organ Church. The marriage
took plaoe at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
The Overcash reunion tok
place at St Enoch's Lutheran
church at Enoohville, Thursday,
October 19th. About 40 mem
bers cf the family were prrsent
from Rowan, Cabarrus and Ire
dill Gmntifcs. An organization
was affected and officials elected.
The next meetiug will be at the
same place on August 7, 1912 ,
The Federal court convened a-
gain Tuesday morning... The
court is . expected to adjourn
today. - i
The. Rowan County Lutheran
Pastors' Asiooiation will hold its
Ootober meeting in St. John's
Lutheran church, Salisbury, Tues
day, Ootober 3 1st. Reformation
Day beginning at 10 a. m. Two
sessions will be held The morn
lug sessions lu so 12 o ohck.
The afternoon sessions 1 :80 to 3
Dr. W. W. McKenzie went
down to Charlotte yesterday to
get a new automobile which he
J. L Reid, of Spencer, W. 0.
Fraley. and D. W. Bnider. of
Salisbury, want down to cnar-
lotte yesterday to take in tne
fair. Mr. Fraley will go on later to
Jennings Lee Loflin, the 11-
months old child of D. E. .Loflm,
died at 12:15 o'clock, Tuesday
morning. The funeral took plaoe
at China Grove today at 10 :30.
The mother of the child died at
Lakeland, Fla., seme time ago.
Mrs Sophia Beaver, widdow of
the late Obidiah Beaver, died at
the home of her son, John M.
Yost, seven milos west of Salis
bury, Sitarday night, October 21st.
Her death being the result of pa
ra'isis. She was 77 years, 10
months andVQ days old. The funeial
was held at Mt. Zion Reformed
Church, China Grove, Monday
anrning, Rev. M. M. Njaker offi
ciating. The interment took
plao. in Green Lawn Cemetery,
near the oharoh. She was first
married to Frank Yost and later
f Mr. Beaver. She leaves one
son, Job a M. Yost, one of the
county's splendid citizens. Mrs .
Beaver was a very excellent wo
man and the bereaved have the
sympathy of a large circle of
Silisburj Schools ire Closed.
' At a meeting of the city BoaYd
of Education xn last Saturday it I
was deciled to close the schools
of the city for a p?riod of two
weeks, owing to the fact that
there has been a prevalence of
scarlet fever in and aronDd Salis
bury for several weeks. The
following resolutions were passed
by the board :
Rqiolred, that owing to the
dinger of scarlet fever spreading
in Salisbury, that the public
schools shall be suspended for
the next two weeks, and that the
pastors of the various congrega
tions in the city be requested to
discontinue the Sunday schools
and all the dy schorls for the
same period ; and that the Mayor
and Aldermen be requested to
deny to any person eighteen years
of age, and under, from attend
ing any public pioture bIiowb,, or
oth-.r places of amusement.
Resolved, that it is recom
mended by the Board of Health
that the street cars be disinfected
and fumigated every day during
the next two weeks.
The following are the members
of the board: Col. Jchn S.
Henderson, Dr. John White
head, Prof. R G. Kizer, E. B
Neave, W. S. Blackmer, A. H'.
Boyden, A. L. Smoot and Dr. C.
W. Woodson The latter is city
physician, Dr. M. L Smoot,
county physician, and Mayor
F M. Thompson were present at
Miss Lizzie Ritchi, of the St.
Pul neighborhood in this oounty,
and Walter Odd', of the samt
commuuity, surprised their
friends by driving to Granite
Quarry, Snudty evei ing. and
getting married. Rv. R R
Sowers performed, the ceremony.
After the couple were married
they drove ti Salisbury"' and
boa'ded tne train for Atlanta,
wnere they will spend a week.
Mr Odell is a brother of Mrs
John Sloop of this county, and
an employe of the Southern .Rai -way.
Mrs Odell is the daughter
of Mr and Mrs G G Ritchie, aud
is an excellent young lady.
Miss Gladys 0. Chi.nn and
Jesse Robert Burton, both of
Franklin township,, were uuited
in -marriage at 7 , o'clock Satur
day night at the home of Rev J.
M MoKenzie on North Main
Street. Mr. McKenz e performed
the ceremony. After tbe wed
ding the couple left for Danville,
Va., on a short bridal trip, after
which thoy 'wll returo to Salis
bury and go to housekeeping Mr,
Burton is an employe of tin
Southern Railway at the Spencer
shops. Mrs. Burton is a daugh
ter of Thomas C. Chuan. a well-to-do
farmer who lives near Mt.
Tabor Methodist church.
State of Ohio, City of
Toledo Lucas County ,
Frank J. Cbeaey makes oath
that he is senior partner cf the
fi-m of F. J. Chenev & Co., doing
business in thu oity of Toledo,
County and State aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every , case of Catarrb
that cannot be cured by the use
of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
. j -ran i tw i vr n if
Hi omtcM before ma and sub
scribed;" in my preseDcsthia 6tb
day of December, A. D 1886 .
A. W. GLEASON,
3kal. Notaby Pubic
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Take Hall's Family Pills for
Biraca-Philathea Union Met Sunday.
The twenty-first anniversary of
the founling of, the Baraga move
ment, by Marshall A. Hudson,
was celebrated by the Salisbury-
Spencer Baraca aud Philatbea
Union on last Sunday evening at
the First Methodist church, The
address of Miss Flossie A. Byrd,
orS GreenBboro, state secretary,
was the feature if the evening.
The entire program was carried
out, with the exception of the
address of county president, C
M. Van Poole. All of the ad
dressee, of the different speakers
on the program, were very lm
pressive According to the re
port of the secretary the total
membership in Salisbury and
Spencer is about one thousand
E, Walter Tatum, of the class of
th; First Baptist church, whs
chosen pres;dent (or tbe coming
Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of
-Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much
good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had
to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was
so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a
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taken a few doses, I began to feel better.
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