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Arrival of lratut,
The fViuv-"i:?2: change of schedule took
Ho. 3 arrives at 5 52 a in,
" 36 44 44 10 00 a m,
" 12 " 44 7-CO p m,
" ;S 44 44 8.51 p m, (flag)
4 ;34 44 44 0.45 p m,
62- 44 44 2.00 a m (ireun t)
So- 37 arrives at 8 49 a m, 'flag)
" 1 1 44 44 1 1 23 a , v
" 7 44 44 8.51 p m,
" 35 14 - 44 9.20 pm, (flag)
' 33 " 44 7.19 a m,
M 61 44 14 S-49 a m, (freight)
No, 35. when miming ahead of No. 7,
isilagged if necessary for through travel
south of charlotte, and is stopped for
piSHjngers arriving from Lynchburg or
beyond. No. 35 (tops regularly for
passengers for Salisbury, High Point,
(.ireeiisboro, Beidhville, Danville and
principal htations between Danville and
Vashington. No. 37 stops for pas
sengers coming from Lynchburg or
points beyond, and to take on pas
songers for regular stopping places
?utli of Ne wells. No. 38 stops to let
, ii" passengers from regular stopping
i lacea south of Newells and to take on
-asseugers for regular stopping places,
Lynchburg or beyond.
Tos. 33 and 34 stop at Concord for
.seuirers to or from the C. C. & A.
L. .vision Charlotte to Augusta and
jthcr points in South Carolina, Georgia
arid Florida, reached through Columbia
, os. ii !lL;d 12 are the local trains
eonnov't at Salisbury with trains of
A. N. ( J. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71
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SING THEIR OWN PRAISE."
: course you want a Piano, but per
haps you can't atlord a new one.
HERE'S YOUK CHANCE.
Yt- S'von fquarH mid One
r :s. ml . ji'1i J Krriim. S lie fiHims
;:i Imm'ii pal in iVi-f -'l ontlition
wvry part t Aeiioii Keiicwett
:m1 art r.-uv just at ood a wltii
v!)lc : , rom t!i Factory, mill will
'iMV pur ct'iaN-irir in exian;:
.V. r a ..'.Sit'F any 'line witlitxi : years
, : 1 First and Second Choice and
. quick, they won't last long.
-nes Brothers 8110.00
cury Cacble (pearl inlaid) lOo.OO
r;.)ar(laan & Gray 100.00
i;acon t Eayen 00.00
Bacon tV: Ray en 70.C;0
CoJlard k Collard Grand G0.00
T .Taio : 10 cash and $5 er month.
Others being: repaired and we can suit
you in price and terms.
Fine Tuning and Repairing.
Chas. M.. Stieff,
I5al tun ore, Md.
i'actory Branch Wareroom,
No. 213 N. TryonSt.,Charlotte,N.C.
C. H. WILMOTH, Manager.
Ui.'ad Craven Brothers ad. on
; - .;.'c Stoves.
I 'arks & Co have boys suits
. ; h double seat andknees.
Fresh oysters at Boger's res
l ant this evening. The first
lisfactory work is always
i vou at Brown's barber
Johnson is manager of
oncord bakery recently !
ed from Mr. Will John-
ii !.y Mr. Joe Fisher.
: -Carrie Suther, daughter
- Chas. M Suther, will en-
-rhool this session at the j
( r";,!lsboro Snit0 NormaL j
-.'si's. Yv'illiam Gibson, Rich
f; ( ibsen. Joe Reid, and Gas-
11 Means liave returned to
ioui at tlie University.
' JvOU SALE. A mule Z years
weighs 1100 pounds, gentle
- wt;rks well.
Jno. K. Patterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. McDowell
' ; ' returned home after spend -
' lie summer at dilTorent points
tv-iern North Carolina.
; ;..' vrr Johnson and wife have
' - i-.l liome after spending a
:': :it Wilkesboro with hib
,:MMes. NIr. Johnson madoj
'''41 ;y rivate conveyance j
ii:.Vi.(i;tee of 7d miles. i
i-OLSALE A new Wheeler!
Vv' ,;on sewing machine with
drawers, just from the i'ae-1
!,,ry. Call at this office and geci
jhst class machine on easy
Miss Maggie Brown is sick. Tin Came to Do Played "vt VVerk.
Buy your boys suits from H L All arrangements are being
Parks & Co. made for the baseball game next
The ginnery of the Concord cot- week at tllG filler park. The
ton Seed Oil Mill is now running, proceeds of the game will bo
Read their ad. elsewhere. given to the Concord band. It
Chas. Smart, who has been wil1 bea hotly contested game
spending a while at Misenheim- between the married and single
er's springs, has returned home, men of Concord.
FOR SALE CHEAP One 50. i The lin-up of the mustacheless
gallon oil tank and pair Platform had not been definitely made up
scales. Apply to L R Strieker, but the married men to be in uni
at Cannon's factory store. ;form that day are Lester Col-
FOR SALE. A good plat of trane, Jno. B Caldwell, Geo.
land U miles from Concord. I Murr, Jno. R Patterson. Jno. L
vv ouiu exenange ior town prop-
uiL,y. kjhil ui liiis omce at once.
Mrs. A H Propst and sister,
Mrs. W F Goodman, returned
home from Salisbury .Friday!
nignt alter spending several
Miss Estelle Black welder and
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Esther
Blackwelder, of Concord, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J O Over
cash. Statesville Landmark.
After -spending: several weeks
at Misenheimer's springs for his game. George Richmond is do
health Chief of Police Ham the manipulating for the
returned home. He has improv
ed by his vacation.
Mr. Dolph Hamilton was un
able to till his position as night
operator at the depot Friday
night. Mr. A W Richardson
was sent here to fill his position.
Mrs. X D Fetzer entertained a
few friends Friday evening com
plimentary to Miss Kate Morri-
! ervi mirl lini' I'leilinrr "Fvi nn rl c
Misses Morrison and Penick.
Mrs. M G Deaton and Miss
Jessie Deaton have gone to Cha -lotle
to spend a while with Mr.
Jas. Deaton. They will prob
ably go from there to Moores
villo. Factory outside Trust, beating
Trust prices seeks representa
tion on ground its regulars don't
cover. Com. on season's trade.
Free samples. Cor). P. O. 1371,
Miss Emily Gibson and her
friend, Miss Fairfax Loving and
Miss Margaret Cannon have re
turned home from Charlotte. A
german was given in their honor
Thursday night there.
Mr. Paul Betts left Tuesday to
enter the A. & M. College at Ral
eigh. Rev. J H Earnhardt, our
popular young pastor, is visiting
at his home in Mt. Pleasant this
week. He likes to go home.
Mr. M L Doty and Mr. O L
Hair and twin daughters, Beatrice
and Bernice, all of Wadesboro,
are visiting at the home of Mr.
J A Caudle. Mr. Doty is the
father and Mr. Hair a brother-in-law
of Mrs. Caudle, of Cannon
vilie. Miss (J race Brown Entertains.
Friday night the yard at Mr.
R A Brown's was beautifully
. . . . . t . -r .1
illuminated wun Japanese iau-
terns to welcome under its shad
ows numbers of invited couples,
the guest of Miss Grace Brown,
which evening was given com-
piimentary to Miss Lizzie Mont-
o-omerv and Miss Juliette John- j
son. It was an evening to be
enjoyed and remembered by our
younger folks, those who are
now being ushered into the
realms of Concord's society. In
the dining room beautifully
decorated with ferns was served
an elegant supper.
With all its improve
ments and conve
niences is now ready
for work and we
earnestly solicit your
Satisfaction is guaran
teed to everyone.
CONCORD COTTON SEED OIL MILL
Miller, Will Parnell, Ross Mc
Connell, Pink Misenheimer, E C
Earnhardt, Robt. F Coble and
Jno. C Wadsworth. Richmond
Reed has been employed as their
catcher. Some changes will prob
abaly be made between now and
next week but Manager "Wads
worth, after inquiring throughly
as to the baseball qualities of
these men, have given them an
opportunity ot getting m the
To add to the merriment of the
occasion the band will be out for
j the occasion in their uniforms.
NO CURE, NO PAY.
That is; the way all drugistsVsell
Grove' Tasteless Chill Tonic for chills
and Malaria. It is simoly Iron and
Quinine :n a tasteless form. Children
sove it. Adults refer it to bitter, nau
leatin Tome Price. 50c.
THAT THROBBING HEADACHE
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. Kuj'h New LiJe Pills. Thousands
of sullVrers have proyed their matchless
merit for bick and Nervous Headaches.
They made pure blood strong nerves
and build up your health. Easy to take
Try them. Only 25 ceuts, Money back
ij not cured, at letzer's lru btore.
For Delay Is Dangerous !
You have been thinking about
taking out a Policy of Life In
surance. Yes, and for the
benefit of yourself, and loved
ones you will take an Accident
Mr. "VV. D. Shubert. machinist
at Cannon Manufacturing Co.
and Mr. F. B. Haydock, ma
chinist at the Bleachery, have
both been injured recently, ant;
both promptly received their
weekly indemnity. Go to see
them, they were insured by me.
You can find me in my office
every evening during the week
from 8 to 9 o'clock.
Office in Postoflice Building.
Jno. A. Sims,
Sept. 1, 1899.
Winter is Coming,
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND THREE CARS OF
nd havfi ten more car loads on the v, ay.
It 13 time for you to lay in supply for
the winter, isn't it? 1 also have on
hand the best of antracite coal.
J A. C Blackwelder,
West Depot St. at Store. 'Phonefi8.
We invested heavilygsiined a
point for you by so doing. Quan
tity is a factor in bringing dewn
prices. We are going to close out
a lot of
5 H sa
equal for durability, economy and
See Our Big
Qo To cas
G W r Al ltJrvUiN I
Fresh Butter on Ice, '
Quaker Oats, Hominy,
Canned Cora. Tomatoes,
Soda, Baking Powders, Starch
CracKra u.rri, Hnm?, Prunes,
Green aod Parched Coffee, Tea,
Sugar, Soap, Peas, Meal,
Corn, Shipstuff, Oats, Oil,
Flour, Molasses, Salt,
Vinegar, Snuff, Tobarco, Rice,
Potash. Spice., bodied
.. . 1 r 1 .
! Pickles, WasUing rowoei&
land auy thing in die Grocery!
I line. We also carry
Rope, Crockery, Glass-ware,
cjnoe3 Hats, Tinware Etc. Etc
We close our store at S.15 dur-
ing the summer months.
liver goods until 6 p. vn
Of trying to jro tret filong
with tuch an old scrap iron ij
You've beard of
Wo sell 'em, they have no W
wonderlul cookiug inalities. J J
Line of Furniture.
UNDER 1AK ING-
.1 Pftiiflnr.i Noli am I Rnnl?
s iuuiuiu iitttiuutti mm
Offera the businefia public a reliable, per.
manent, conservative and accommodat
ing banking instution.
We solicit your patronage with the
assurance of honorable treatment and
due appreciation of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time we will
be glad to have you come and see us.
TO CCSrOMEliS - -
Capital and Surplus - - $70 00?.
. B Coltrvne, Chaslj.cr,
J. M. OdeMj, President.
M. L. Brown & BRc.
liv;lv. feed and sale
Juflt in rarol St. Cloud Hotel. On
nibtws joeet all pasenger trairr.
Ou'(i:; oi al! kinds furait:d
prr oiiitly ar.d at reatonable pricfF.
Huifcr a d rr a- always on t acd
orFai-. ."tderaof -tioroagh frd
lletftachi na Xeuralyfa C3rej . - .