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OUR VOTING CONTEST 6ETTIN6 LIVELY.
Interest Awakening and New Candidates
-f are Coming Fo. ward.
-: A, number of parties are begin
" niog to take an interest in our
sewing machine contest which kit.
mow been running only a few
weeks. It is a' foregone conclu
sion that some one is going to be
. the proud possessor of a -high
grade, -brand new 86 wing machine.
f one or the very best makes lb is
going to take a little effort to be
the winner, but it is fully worth
the while of any one. If the win
ner does not want the machine it
; could be sold for enough to more
tuan pay for a full month's can
vass foi subscriptions -and votee.
Why not try it? Subscribers are
easy to get while our special offer
Tne voting at the close of busi-
ness luesaav evening stooa as
Miss Pearlie A. Holshouser,
; City, No 6,
Mrs. Viola Miller, Rockwell ,
MissLillie Wyatt. Salisbury,
No. 4, .. .....
Mrs. J. L, Lippard, Barber,
Miss Mamie Peeler, Faith,
Mrs.Mary E. C. Holshouser,
Miss Lizzie Rufty, Craven,
; -'Miss Ina Mingus, city, No,5,
Mr8v Emma Ward, Lyerly,
Miss Maggie Casper, City,
Miss Annie J. Goodman,
city, No. 3.... 125
MGCKSYILLE AND DAVIE GOUNTY.
Mrs. 0P. Stroud and John Fry Dead.
A Bell for tbe Presbyterians.
Mocksville Courier, March 26th.
Bev. and Mrs, J. P. Rodgers
are spending the week in Nor
The Presbyterian congregation
have put up the new bell. It is a
sweet toned bell and was donated
by Thos. Gaither, of Charlotte.
Mrs. O. P. Stroud died last
Thursday at her residence near
County, Line aftr a protracted
illness at an advanced age.
Johhn Fry died Tuesday night
at his residence in Calahaln town
ship, in his 58rd year, after a
short illness, the remains were
interred in Winston today.
Drs. Kimbrough and Rodwell
assisted by Dr. Byerly, of Coolee
mee amputated the right leg above
the knee of a young man Rouse,
in the Western part of town Fri
day. The operation was success
ful and the young man is doing
Confederate Veterans' Reunion, New Or
leans, La., April 25th-27tii, 1906.
For the above occasion the
Sputhern Railway will sell tickets
to New Orleans, La., and return
at prices named below:
Goldsboro, $20; . Greensboro,
$17.40; 'Selma, $19.55; Winston
Salem, $17.20; Raleigh, $18.50;
Salisbury, $16.45; Durham,
$18 50 j Hickory, $15.75; Char
Approximately low rates from
other points. Tickets on sale
April 22nd, 23rd, and 24th, with
final limit Apnl 30th. The origi
nal purchaser may secure exten
sion of final limit until May 31st
by persopally depositing ticket
with Joseph Richardson, Special
Agent1 Theatre Arcade, New Or
leans, La., not earlier thau April
26th anS not later than April
30th, aid paying fee of fifty cents.
General J. S. Carr has self cted
the Southern Ral way via. Atlanta,
Montgomery and Mobile as the
official route for his "Annual
Confederate - Veterans' Special, ' '
which will ccnsistr of first-class
day coiches, and Standard Pull
man Cars tobe handled through
. to New Orleans without change. '
This special train will" leave
Raleigh, N. C, at 3:30 p. m.,
Monday, April 23rd, and will
reach New Orleans about 8:0 p.
m;, Tuesday, April 24th. Any
onp may use this- special, train.
Berth rate from Raleigh "and Dur
ham .$6, Greensboro $5.50, Salis
bury and Charlotte $5. Two per
sons may occupy a berth without
additional, cose; Excellent ser
vice, on regular. trains in each di
rection, i Ask your. Agent for
rates from your station! f 4 "
0 For-5 further ' information and
Pullman reservations write. ' . :
-R.. L. V ebnon.
11) IB ii ii 11 IsiJilKJ
Will Distribute Free
5000 papers of Fresh Vegetable and
Flower Seeds to. patrons on thiswise:
To every, one who purchases 25 cents
worth of goods for cash, we will give
one 5c paper.of seeds free; two for 50c,
3 for 75c and 5C for $1.00. By trading
with us your garden and flower seeds
will cost you nothing. The seeds are
of the very best, all fresh this seasons'
seeds and guaranteed to eome up if
- We will continue to give china and
glassware for our cash coupons, which
everybody knows who have seen it to
be the prettiest line erer shown in Sal-
We are daily receiving one of the pret
tiest line of Wash Goods that we have
ever shown, with all the new things in
Laces and Trimmings to match. The
new Battiste lace sets are some of the
new things we have to show you. New
Eyelet Embroideries and laces are
things you should see here before you
Beginning "now "we wis to -furnish"
you with all the
Drug fc- tore Goods you may "
need. All goods to be of
the best qualify and guar
anteed, aud to be charged
for at lowest possible prices
consistent with ..quality.
Service to be superior, so
that at all times you will be
waited updn romptly and
by experienced pharmacists
This is bid for'your trade.
We are anxious to counts
you as one of our .Custo
mers, forwaknow the satis
faction will be mutual.
Money refunded without
argument if at any time
you purchase goods that are
not satisfactory. .May we
count you a customer ?
SALISBURY DRUG CO,,
115 N. Main St. "4 "
My Irine is Complete.
For the Quality of Goods Offered.
Pay on the Installment plan if you wish.
YOU'RE INVITED TO GIVE ME ACALL
At No. 108 West Inniss Street.
We call the attention of the public
to the fact that we have the largest
stock of First-Class Home-made
Harness carried in this part of
North Carolina.. Our harness is
durable and adapted to any service.
Our line of
Collars, Saddles, Blankets,
Robes and Horse Fixtures-
is about complete and first-class
m every particular.
We offer movcmenls an
cases that by years of ex
perience we, have found t6
be the best. -
We want to sell cases and
movements that will make
us business for years to
come. No other jewtler
can, or does sell at a lower
price than" we do, quality
We want ju to come and inspeet our laree stock of un-to-
date watches. We can nlease vou in stvle. nnalitv and nri
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Rftnairinflf in ihn I StnfA SaHofaoilnn RnamanUzA
The Best Repairing in the State. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
o7 . fui n
eler axxcSL Oj3tici:
x OLD POSTOFFICE, SALISBURY, N- C.
of all kinds done promptly
and well at very reasonable
prices. You are invited to
give us a call.
Hartline & Co.
130 EAST INNISS ST.
Handling the kind of shoes that
satisfies everybody and in reach
of all has made the Bell line
$i.oo to $2.50
For Men .
$1.25 to $3.5o
Still bigger, better things and
doings in all that's wearable in
1U M. Main St., .kJ9-
Says the Whole Family.
We supply all the drugs, medicines, toilet
goods and sick-room goods and other drug Btore
things needed by the whole family. . Our prices
are right, our stocks are kept fresh and in first
class condition. We aim to please evesy cus
tomer. We invite you to, visit our store as often
as you can, and we promise you the. best of ser
vice in every detail. "
126 N. Main St., Salisbury.
Charlotte, K, 0. 1
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JThe great iron and tonic pUl and restorative for men and women nn
steength ana VjtaUty, bnfids up the system and renews TtSo?
ice, 71 .uo per box. 1
Cleveland, Ohio I
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i' 'ism '
11 mm $2.00 values at
II Wm $3-0 values at
M SH3 $3.50 values at
PAIRS OF SHOES
If your feet are regulur or ODD, bring them to
our shoe department and, if we do not fit you, it
Several hundred nairs of shoes from broken
lines- will 'be sold, at prices A
ranging from 2-3 to 3-4 the yflr
regular value, ..
the- ' 4r
$1.48 per pair.
$2.35 per pair.
$2.65 per pair.
1.50 & $2 values at 1.19 per pair.
Men's $5 shoes at $3.50 per pair.
Infant's shoes at 25e & 40e per pair
Children's shoes at 50c and 75e
$1.00 values in shoes at 79eperpair
$1.75 and 1.50 values at98c per pair
Nf UU kjc lUtii SDURY DftUQ CO.
TJiese Shoes " .
are mt old stock, but are
broken sizes frpm our regulai
lines and are excellent values lin even
If you are going to' need another pair of shoes
within the next ytear it will
pay y on to attend this sale.
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