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THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
Local News Items Two ci mmuuications have been received this week which did not contaiu the names of the writers, and on this account we cannot publish them. One was from Gold Hill and the other from Bostains X Roads. Send your names with your articles if you want them to appear in the paper. Rev. E K. McLarty will begin a protracted meeting at the First Methodist church next Sunday night. It has not yet been an nounced how long the meeting will continue. G. W. Frick & Co. have moved into one of the storerooms of the new Empire block on Main street. The growing business of this firm demanded more room. Bishop Cheshire conducted ser vices Monday night at St. Luke’s Episcopal churcn and confirmed two persons. A large congrega tion was present. A kitchen on W. M. Linker’s lot on Fisher street, was destroy ed by fire Saturday night. The origin of the fire is not known. Miss Pearle Barringer and W. M. Dobbins, of the county, were married Sunday at St. Judes chap el, Rev. L. W. Blackwelaer of ficiating. Scott Freeman, who lives in Unity township, lost his hoiiBe and his household effects by fire last Friday night. None of the family know how the fire origi nated. The Lutheran Ministers’ Asso ciation, of Rowan county, held a meeting Tuesday at St. John’s church. Rev. Geo. H. Crowell, of High Point, will preach the annual sermon to the Odd Fellows, on Sunday, April 28th, at 5 o’clock p. m., at the First Methodist church. Miss Kathleen Kluttz has gone to Atlanta to be bridesmaid at the wedding of her friend, Miss Ade laide Allen. Miss Allen has visit ed Miss Kluttz at her home here. THE ELECTION YESTERDAY. Convention Meets and Declares Result Which is Given Below. The primary election yesterday passed off quietly and resulted in the selection of the present in cumbent as the Democratic nomi nee for mayor of Salisbury, at the election in May. The vote of each ward is given in detail. This vote shows a few more ballots were cast for the candidates for mayor than for those for aider men. 967 voles were cast for mayor and 1776 for aldermen, and the latter number being cut in two, as each elector voted for two aldermen, makes this vote 79 less than that cast for mayor. Following is the vote by wards: North Ward —For mayor, Van derford 195, Boydeu 80, Heilig 2. Aldermen, Hennessee 150, Daniel 129, Crawford 102. South Ward.—For mayor, Boy deu 208, Vanderford 89. Alder m-m, Wallace 177, Welch 147, Beard 125, McCanless 99. East Ward.—For mayor, Boy deu 177, Vanderford 110, Heilig 1. Aldermen, Keeler 267, Parker 204, Bradshaw 94. West Ward.—For mayor. Boy den 112, Vanderford 58. Aider men, Strachan 142, Maupin 140 Boydeu’s majority 180. At 8 o’clock last night a con vention was held at the court house. After effecting a perma nent organization the returns of the election were canvassed and the result declared in ac cordance with the result given above. S. A, Grier, a machinist who has been in the employ of the South-rn at Spencer, for several years, and a resident of Salisbury, will go to Lenoir to make his home. Theo. F. Kluttz, Jr., who is connected with the editorial start of the Charlotte Observer, was at home last week on a visit. Every woman appreciates a ! beautiful complexion, bo much desired by men. Such complexi ons come to all who us- Hollis ter’s Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. T. W. Grimes Drue Co. ' Changes of Advertisements. Brittain & Campbell have cnange this week and call atten tion to a new sort ot sale they will inaugurate. Read it and see what they have to say. Mrs John A. Murphy calls at tention to her large stock of mil linery, hats, etc. She carries the latest styles and her prices are reasonable. W. C. Ervin, referee in bank ruptcy, has a bankrupt notice in this issue. A mortgage sale of valuable real estate is adaertised by Dr. S. M. Crowell, trustee and mort gagee. John J. Stewart, trustee, adver tises in this issue a mortgage sale of real estate and personal prop erty. Woodward & Lpthrop have a special umbrella sale ad in this issue. They are reliable people. Cow With Hydrophobia. A cow that belonged to J. Col umbus Williams was killed several days ago, the animal having de veloped symtpomsof hydrophobia. It is said that some saliva from the mouth of the cow got into some cuts or sores on the hands of a daughter of Mr. Williams, and also Officer Frank Cauble and his wife. The three went to Lexington and had the mad stone applied. It adhered for some time and the parties now cousider themselves out of danger, - • - Wanted—i will pay $20 per month for farm hands and furnish house, wood and garden free. R. L Thomason, Route 7, Sa’isbury, N. C.. tf. • IT IS CHEAPER to buy a set ot beauty pins which only cost you 50c or a $1.00 than it is to pay 25 or 50c for a set of buttons for a dress or shirt waist, than spend half a day trying to work nice button holes and finally wind up by going to the optician and paying $5 00 or $10.00 for a pair ot glasses—not considering the inconvenience and trouble. You will find all styles, sizes, prices and kinds of beauty pins at, the SALISBURY JEWELRY CO,, 104 N. Main Street. | The Voting Contest and Honor Roil. Owiug to the crowded condi tion of our columns this week we are again forced to omit our honor roll which is quite lengthy. The contestants stood as follow at the close of the vote today : Walter Burrage, Richfield, No. 2, N. C ,. 26,800 T. W. Watkins, city, No. 1, 12,750 Miss Carrie E Shaver, Rich field, No. 2, N. C.,. 1,850 Rev. H. A. Trexler, Man ning, . 2,075 Rev. N. D. Bodie, city No. 4.. 975 John C. Goodman, Cres cent, .>..,. 375 A, Ernest Miller, city, No. 5,. 300 J. W. Kepley, city, No. 5. 225 Wm. M. L. Fesperman, city, No. 3. 210 J. S. Blackwolder, Moores ville, No. 3. 425 J. C. Hol&houser, city, No. 6,. .225 Miss Dovie Beaver, Rock well, No. 1. 150 John Howard, Salisbury,.. 125 Rev. C. E, Hypes, of East Spencer, who has been quite ill, was able to preach to his congre gation Sunday. Old People Need VINOL it strengthens and vitalizes With old age comes feebleness and loss of power; the blood is thin and digestion weak. Vinol repairs worn tissues and checks the natural decline. It tones up the digestive organs, aids assimi lation, makes rich, red blood, and j strengthens every organ in the body. ! In this natural manner Vinol replaces weakness with strength. Vinol contains all the medicinal elements of cod liver oil in a concen trated form, taken from fresh cods’ livers, the useless oil eliminated and tonic iron added. Try it on our guarantee. T. W. Grimes Drug Co The Extra Specials in Spring Sack Suits For Men and Young Men At $15, $18 and $20 that we are offering this week must convince every man who examines them, that they are without exception, the greatest values ever sold at these popu lar prices. If you want a smart, up-to date Suit for business or dress that will look and fit as if made-<tO'measure then you shouldn’t fail to come here and see these three After Easter specials in the noted MBCHAELS-STERN FINE CLOTHING * You will find the style and quality, the finish and the fit of the suits of your size at every price, precisely as you want them. Details: At d single and double-breasted Sack Suits in' ”” JB^ ■ H H all the approved Spring styles and fabric r~r effects—gray and brown-toned worsteds, Serges, Etc.—custom-tailored and finished equal to $20 to _ — order-made suits, for your selection at only. W I ” J|( M JK? A ^ all the advanced styles in ““ H smart single and double T-J-^ -®- ® breasted cut; stnctly hand tailored throughout and made of excellent wors'eds, in beautiful patterns of newest color effects—precisely like the «%. ji a ha $25 to-measure-made suits, here in all styles only. V I fc«5J»F the finest specimens of high-class tailor ““ ing in all he smart styles and exclusive ^f-K suitings of finest quality—imported and domestic worsteds;'serges and cassimers—the counterpart in every detail of $30 to-measure made suits, special for t his week h - _ only.. N>l0 COPYRIGHT IBOTf'BY THE MAKERS OT j j Michaels-stern FINE CLOTHING Michaels, stern A Co. | j R9CMUTIA R- T. Spring Suits for Boys at $2.00 to $5.00. Every Suit at every price built of carefully selected materials; tailored by specialists to resist wear, keep their shape and fit perfectly in every size—Norfolk double-breasted and single-breasted Sack, and dainty creations in plain and fancy fabrics for little men of 7 to 16 years. S&KOW is the time to get the best paper in the county for the least amount of money. Send in your subscriptions. This is is not a fire sale but a sale to fire out the goods. When you see the bargains that we are putting out at this sale and the crowds that will attend you will think that it’s sure enough fire. We are overloaded with goods is what’s the matter and with the heavy freezes that we have had we we don’t feel like taking the chances of carrying this big stock of goods over for another season, we prefor to have the cash instead. Our prices and the quality of the goods tell the tale. WE WILL START OUR FIRE OUT SALE APRIL 18TH AND CLOSE APRIL 25TH. * S Skirts. Blue wool serge skirt, beautifully made and trimmed, worth $6.50, sale pM^fr price,..7 3 75 HLsiack Basket weave, all wool Taffetta, trimming, worth $5, sale price 2 50 Beautiful quality storm serge, black, regular price $10, sale price . ■ ■ 6 50 DP Black broadcloth, box plait, very full, $7.50, sale price.4-00 Black Brilliantine, $2, sale price.. 1 25 Grey Brilliantine, nice quality, very full and well tailored, price $6.00, sale price.375 Same in brown, cream and Mohair, $8, sale price.5 00 $6.50.4 00 Black and blue polka dot in good quality Duck, well tailored and trimmed, $1.25 and $1.00 values, sale price. ... 79 In blue and grey stripe wash skirts, $2.50 and $2.75 quality, sale price ... 1 50 A lot of Misses wash skirts below cost. Misses and children’s ginghams and per cale dresses, these goods are nicely made and trimmed, and the prices we are putting on them is less than cost to manufacturers. These dresse* run in sizes from 6 to 14 years. The $1 quality, 75c; $1.50 quality, $1 00; $2.00 . quality, $1.25. We have a gingham dress for 50 cents. Our line of children’s white dresses will be sacrificed in the same propor tion. Ladies’ Wrappers. $1.00 quality. . 70 $1.50 quality. 1 25 White Flannel, nice quality, worth 20c, at. 12 1-2 Pillow Cases. 45x36 Hemstitched, 25c quality for 20 45x36 good 15c quality. 12 1-2 Sheets* Best quality pepered Sheets, 81x90 worth $1.00, sale price. 75 Brown and white Linen and Linen sheet ing, good quality gown linen, worth 15c, at.12 1-2 Better grades proportionately low. 10-4 Linen Sheeting worth from $1,00 and $1.25 at. 89 Very fine sheer Linen, worth 30 to 35 cents, at. . . 23 Dress Goods Specialties. Silk ginghams, beautiful line of colors, worth 25c, at. 19 32-inch Book Fold Dress Plaids, 12}4c to 15c, at. 10 Poplar Cloth in short skins in all the leading colors, 36-inches wide, worth 25c to 30c, at . 20 Beautiful quality Henrietta Cloth in black and white checks, stripes, worth 25c to 30c. sale price only. 19 This is an elegant cloth for making shirt waist suits. Several Royal art Curtains, $8 and $8 50 quality at . 5 OO Bagdad Curtains, worth 8.50, price 5 OO Royal art Loon Silk Curtains, worth $15 to $18._..•• 10 OO Roman stripe summer Curtains, worth $2.50. 1 75 Roman stripe, red and white, green and white, 1.50, sale price. 1 00 Rope Portiers, green and red with gold tassel, worth 4.50, ... . 3 50 Green and Old Rose, worth 6.00 sale price.4 25 Couch Covers, worth 12.50 per pair 8 50 Lace Curtains. We have just received a case of Curtains besides the already large stock that we carry. We think the best values ever offered in Curtains. 3 Yard Curtains 42-inches wide, worth 75c to 85c, sale price only. 59 3 Yard Curtains, 60 inches wide, worth 1.00, sale price . 89 3}4 Yard Curtains, 60 inches wide, 1 50 to 1.75 quality, sale price. 1 29 and same proportional reductions clear through the line. 50-inch Panama, worth 75c to 85c, 59 Grey, green and blue plaid dress goods, German manufacture. These are ihe swellest on the market, regular price 1.00, Sale price only. 79 Silks. Yard wide Peau de Soie.. .. . 1 00 Excellent yard wide Taffettas, in all colors. 1 00 Big assortment of 19-inch Taffetta, worth 50c, at .. 35 Big assortment of Rugs and Art Squares at cost $3,000 worth of Hamilton Brown Shoes; will be closed out at cost. We are go ing out of the shoe business and the prices we give is less than the cost of manufacture. Garden and Flower Seeds. 3,000 papers of garden and flower seeds at lc per paper, regular price 5c. These and hundred of other things at bargain prices! THIS SALE WILL BECIN FRIDAY, APRIL I8TH, AND CONTINUE FOR ONE WEEK. ..fa# M ■ ■ itfrl