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irrits1 of Trains.
. ; , -,.! I arrives at 11:15 a- ni-
:li,tv:i " 0:5s p. in.
" " 7'-" P-m.
,'. " 9:35 a. ui.
, .-.;k " ' S:5i a. m.
i .Jit leaves at 12m.
" 5:15 p m.
the local trains between
m. Xoj. 35 aiKi.36 are the
.v:i Atlanta and Washinj;-au-
tin- Washington and
led Limited trains and stop
f The editor of the Stanly Enter-
rime uaa a new hat; it
K OF LOCAL NEWS.
,;,, L ai i.t Nli.ipt' IJy Our
: . this veiir will fall on
i'.i.riDger, of Ei3tlield,
.r i?rro!v3 of pamlvsis
r (Gibson has mince
, Dove & Boit. Call
: is .jo dry that Col.
. ;Ti..! the lciiioa itde
A , a : : i ; key, c-'id 'nUy
:. -v. Inn; .t Oiw
v ; upou the ma;
t iu-y were hia).1I, bui
v v 'Ll, an iiouuce
aiiti rumors of
'u- oyd worjc go 011 !
-a;.' iu h-.i cotton
h::i- is rrLl for
: . v ticKcia v.tre told
Miss Julia Taylor has accepted
puuou aa stenographer for . r,
i in Statesviile.
See the change m tho Kket store
adyertisement to.day. You will aee
eomethiDg mentioned that you want.
D M Talker pJja the highest
mai-Ket prices for all kind of
country produce, caah or barter.
Dou r forget the place opposite D C
l'urr's at Forest Hill. tf.
During Lis father's (Mr. C R
White) absence in attendance upon
Presbyterian Synod at Fayetteville,
Mr. Rob. White is acting hardware
The weather report for to-day
aajs: 'vRdr to day and lo-aiorrow."
He were all very much disappoinied !
una morning vhen there wis every
indication of rain, and when such a
light sprinkle fell.
While out Talking one rjht re
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Wbo Travel, as Seen by Our
Lawyer Crowell apeat yes tenia j
evening m Charlotte.
Oapt. M K Neebit, of Coddle
Cieek, was in city to-day.
Mr. J P Allison spent yt-sttr
day evening in Charlotte.
Dr. Victor C B Means will re
turn to Npvv York city to-night.
Miss Myrtie Moore is up from
Mont xn:ceaa, visiting her parents.
Miss Maude Robbins returned
to StaksviiJe, his home, via Char
Messrs John Yorke and Rich
mond Montgomery returned last
night from Atlanta.
Mr, and Mrs. M L Brown went
to Salisbury ThurariV; afternoon by
Master Chailej Phillips came
LOWE & SON.
OFFERING NOW A BIC
id;-? morning to
iii circus at fcuiis-
:. -u : ii y "u want
. ;ru ;-. ')' aul notion
I ino ph."e op
o v... Foi'ea- Illll. tf.
e g in from Salisbury
; i'Ii w d a: that phtce to
.: :' '.)' .-i h.u bjen known
- the1 for ye rs, np jii
-'...ri;;:jt:r, who has been
: . i- of the south ;mi
for i. I Mi yo.tr, e track
.. of winter ipiurter3 this
1 ueiii living on Hippy
.i. Pounds' chop, had
. his hog pen for fire
; no i m the base-
; houoe. The hogs are
;i C;-l :':) hdy to her neigh'.
: vy : 'vDj you Cud it
) our c-'vu cook-
On, ) , ? K-plic'd the neigh
ty husband doesn't eat half
- a when h had a cook."
:.";K-rnors who have never seen
the held or in pods, think
11 of the greatest curiosities and
s a: the Cotton States Expo
' --, i . Ion eyery train can be seen
- :u or many with bunches of
c, and green bolls,
eases, the first work of
K':- - :'ntrsaparilla is to expel the
ct of the other medicines that
-r - rju-n iried in vain. It woula
- of time and money if
aters took Ayer's Sarsapa
r;. ui first instead of at last.
w- are glad to note that Dr. P E
of Georgeville, Cabarrus
CU:-j; h ;3 decided to locate in Al
;J IIart8ell is a very
-tf young man and a splendid
Kv-: v,x and will be quite an addi-
liJ town and community.
s illabury patient addressed a
; '-y physician: "Doctor, I
' ' - important physiological
-' . ;Li to asK you. When I stand
fin head, the blood rushes into
njy V rvi, Xow, when I stand on
mJ feet, why does it not rush into
jfeet?" Doctor: "Because your
ire not hollow." f -
oat oyer the sidewalk
t, recer ing s-eveial
ngly i.-cr.ite'-,'3 an her ewiet, tender
We know whereof we affirm when
we state that Avers Pills, taken
promptly, at llie first eympto-iis of
colds i.nd fever-:., :irre;t
A N.D -
ceu.'ly aladv of the city r0t her . V WUAlua ue
fsr, . J fa CI I yesterday afternoon uud cpent last
tJice tax-kl up in a certain ro , , , 1
I riigni nere.
Mrs. S S Murr returned to the
city Jaat night from Ch iriotte, I Until the 1st of January, at
where a he has been e pending several
days with her siwr, Mrs. Ritch.
Mr. George Ilendere a young
man of Montgomery county, passed
through the city from Mr. Pleasant,
Tees of tkeee dievrd
ele, to their norm il and regular ac
tion, Here id a p rob. em i.-r our -"rack
m..hematiciane: A boy teu jears old
iiii3 aeer who weighs 10 pounds,
p-'Mind?, and he gets tired 7,olding
her in un minuteB. "When he ie
ad old r-e--.v long v.-ill it tali..
liy r, and oov
mm to get in ea noising oouio one
Tin1 negro of this region can ofttn
throw in a word te deacribe a situa
lien when a bieholar vho is conyers
t with n ,.oy languages would fail.
The other day at a station on the
Seabeard ivu Line, this side of
Hamlet, a lady approached, and be
ing a stranger and seeing an old
negro man aeed : "Undo does iha
vco.ibule train stop here "r"" "Ino
marm," answered the old coon, "she
do not even hesitate," Monroe Lu
James L Francis, ,lel::rma, Chii
e.t:o, says: "I regard Dr. King"'
iow Discovery as an Ideal Panacea
for Coughs, Colds and Lung Com
pS-iiDts, having ussd it in my family
tor ihr. lael five ye trs, to the exclu
sion Oi physician's proscriptions or
Roy. John Bui.'.e., Lookuk, Iowa,
writes: "1 have been a minister of
tho Methodist Episcopal Church for
50 years or more, and have never
found anything so beneficial, or
that jrive me .such speedy relief as
Dr. King's, New Discovery." Try
this Ideal Cough Romedy now.
Thai bottles frea at Fetzer's drug
prices that will be yry
much lovver than we
hav3 ever sold
At $2,25 and $0.00.
Ladies Cloaks 82.50.
All Dress Goods cut to
Mr. Andrade, the Venezuelan
minister, visited Secretary of State
Gluey Thursday, but only incident
ally mentioned the muck-talked of
I British ul'imutum. It is believed
he ultimatum has been sent by
England to Berlin to be forwarded
,ap.aui Chariey Henry, who', r , . r,
f . , - by the German government to Oar
punches tickets and handles way fJ, , i " u
1 J cas, England not hiving a represe
bills on the Durham and Northern
R -ill way, had a remarkable sight on
his train the other day, says the
Durham Sun, In the coal bin he
found three men snugly ensconced.
In the entire crowd there were only
two legs one had no legs at all,
and the other two had one leg each.
They were on their way to the At
lanta Exposition. Capt. Henry
would have taken them back to a
car hut he had no block and tackle
to move them.
Tne Raleigh News and Obseryer,
of Tuesday, noted the presence in
the city of Jno. R Gentry. Mr. B
F Rogers precipitated, unintentibn
ally, this joke on the reporter. He
had eaten supper and coming up to
the clerk's desk at the Yai borough,
threw down money for the meal.
"You haven't registered," said the
clerk, "and we always like to haye
the names, so please register." Mr.
Rogers, pen in hand as the saying
goes, started to comply when the
name of "Jno, R Gentry" was men.
tioned by some one in the lobhy so
Mr. Rogers simply wrote lfJno R
Gentry, North Carolina," and the
News and Observer thus got its
personal and dcesn't know yet its
jr. Charles Nei3ler returned to
King's Mountain today. Mrs.
Neisler and child will spend several
Mr. Francis Ilintona well known
ind wealthy iron una, of Milwau
kee, suicided at Pans Thursday ia a
dramatic manner. His act was at
tributed to mental depression. He
wa3 standing on the steps of his
hotel when he drew a revolver from
his hip pocket and without saying a
word fired a bullet through his
M, L. MARSH & GO'S.
W DRUG SrORE.
. FINE LINE OF
TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIR
BRUSHES, COAT BRUSHES
AND SHOE BRUSHES
Yours to please,
DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACISTS,
CONCORD, N, C
Not a single article shall we
keep. Everything must
go. Cost not consider
ed in this closing out
MENS' SUITS BOYS'
and PANTS all must go.
If you want SHOES we
Everything going now
cheaper than we could
Spend Your cash where it
will do you the most good
and to do it you wrant to go
LOWE & SON.
If the fashion plates are
to be believed, will wTear
black, and there never
was such a demand for
BLACK DRESS GOODS
to the exclusion of all col
ored fabrics. Nothing
adds more to the beauty
and dignity of a woman's
appearance than a flue
black gown, which is alike
economical and ultra fash
ionable. We have just
gotten in our black and
navy blues bought when
the prices were low can
sell you ?r cent Henrietta
Surah for f0c 40 inches
wide Can sell you a 81
goods r0 inches wide for
Toe. Our srock of Black
Creapones are the latest
product ion. Ve ak all
.Ladit-s to it-e our diess
goods be! or- bnyiag else
where. Do you want to s.ee the
prettiest line of
LADIE'S SHOES 'i
ever show a in 5 Jo; cord
Then coni- and us and
be convi nceri .
v)ur No 4i liaiii'V Opera
Toe 'perfect brainy.
i i. e ;( l
ioe pretriest 3e-;e on lave mar
ker.. Our No, (: Pointed Razor
Toe the most si ylish e- , .
Our No, ?o Koiin-i ioe i
grand seller, ail at i o w- ij .;ures.
Our city tr :- i-I.4-;iderM
pure Linen P ;eS extll
heavy mn.!-:i .i:.iible front
and back, patent eontinu
ous lacings o?i back and
sleeyes, custom ciu and
at the low pi ice of f0c. "
O AXT V , ; . .7 n n T r TV T
t AT : ' i w V
THOUGHT OF BUY
ING A FALL DRESS?
Wed - hh
4-1 inches wide 40 cents
r3r yard oti'inch
27 cents per yard. See
our line of ladies
Hack - Di
Crepons, Crovenetts and
Henriettas. Thev are
the lattest. Don't miss
them if you want a black
m i row s
are simply elegant.
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