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Arrival of a rnUin,
Thf foHowJng rhr.nrrc of schedule took
t2eci Junel2, 18U'J.
No. 8 arrives at 5 52 ft m,
iJG " "lOWam,
" 12 " " T-(j!) p m,
" " .5! p m, (Hag)
4 " " 2 00 a m (Ireuj t)
you nii50UNo .
No. T:7 arrives at 8 4: a m, (iia)
11 " 44 11 23 am,
7 " ' S.51 p m,
" u 44 U.UOp'm, (lias:)
4 '"'-t " 41 7.11) a m,
1 41 " 8.41) .a m, (freight)
No. 85t when running ahead of No. 7,
is flagged if TK-resary for through tra vol
su'itb of (. hariotte, ami is t-topped for
passengers arriving from Lynchburg or
beyond. No. 3f stops regularly for
passengers for Salisbury, High Point,
Greensboro, lieidsville, Danville and
principal stations between Danville and
' asiiiuirton. No. o7 stop:- for pas
sengers coming from i ynehburg. or
points beyond, arid to take on pas-
tigers for regr.- r stopping places
Rjiith ot Newclls. No. :S stops to let
oft passengers from regular stopping
places south of Newells and to take on
passengers for regular stopping places,
Lynchburg or bevond.
No-. and VA iop at Concord for
rigors to or from the C. C. .& A.
Division Cliarlotto to Augusta and
other points in South Carolina, Georgia
tixid riwi i.L:, reached through Columbia
Nos. 7, 11 and 12 are th local trains
.-.Li connect at Salisbury with trains of
W. N. C. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71.
: GUIs D ED 1842
"Si.sro TiiKTit Own Praise."
The STIKFFis the PIANO to buy
it has no equal for the money as you '
save tin middleman's profits and it will j
h'.t a lifetime: but we havt; several
b.-rgjiins i:: other n.pkes.
V, ( huvo taken in exchange for
STAFF'S two Jvers k Pond Pianos,
'.-(. tiie finest stvle that firm niauu-
eturrs and it is almost new. If you!,
Mit this make here are bargains.
TT f'V-rf !!nn Manufacturer,
. Hi j -j i, Haiti more 31 l.
'Jm Branca Warerooiii.
Ir.ito, S. C.
: TrNiN;,. Palace Okcans.
r -j p . r i i
, i . , -
it A jiaobor iius j)iu a
!jrw dcliw-i'v wagon on tiie
Vi-s. i i s Li ice one.
- s. JE Sineot nnd .ildren
; . '-"("-ix to Snsbnry t spend
. . . . ! t3 vi''"1 t'lc'"5 rlati ve..
r, Uib-v" Trout man has1 ire-
dhomj from Charlotte after j
kx y h via l w
':)' her daughter there. turned homo Fridny mght. Sho
has now regained her health.
Mr. Stamey, wi fe of I!ov S D j Mrs- 0tho Van Poole, of Row
':,i,''' Presiding elder oH ilkcs an county) diod Thursday She
: :eu Friday at ElKin. hvVas Uio mother of Miss Ludara
1 :- Lawrence Moore, who has
.-".Ling ell Air. C R White's,
i it;!:i resumed his work,
M:. (J T" Fisher : .;is re
.um'd to Charlo'tr .'"P'r spend
several d;.ys wi.it Mrs. R A
1 b o-wn.
. JC I)..:' ; went, to Lex
ington this morning where he
!ils aijiiAinent there 4o
Miss Hstiier Whitlock. of For
st Hill, dnughter of Mr. Wm.
Whitlock, is quite sick with ty
t':i- lGxiiu CrayoiA Po trait giv
o with each one-half dozen
Cabinet Photographs at Scott's
:.::dlery opposite York & Wads
worth Hardware store.
ur. W. H. Wakt:tiled. of Chnr-
:.'lto; ,. C, will be i Ooncord!
t St Cloud on Friday October
i')tii. iox this one day only. His
practice is limited to Eye, Ear,
e,,e Mid Tbront.
CRAYON PORTA IT 14x17
will be given with every three
A'A - photon or one 10x20 with
: r.a.f doze'u. at our gallery
ppo:iite the court house. We
wdi- be outdone in a good
oaiga.i, in our business by any
one u our town. Come and see
The Business Unsafe.
When the cotton market is on! The lion. Win. Wortham, long
a steady rise or fall it is a great State treasurer of Texas, was in
temptation to make a little deal a New York jewelry store One
in futures. But as a rule the thing day when he noticed a showcase
to do in regard to "futures" is fillod with spledid jeweled re
don't. Many, many men have volvers with silver and gold
gone to the wall by "gambling in riPs and chased barrels, having
futures who would have made at Preious stoues set iu lb buUs-
o t t ... "Leramo see one of those
least a good living by putting i T . n. 4,
,. . . J 1 & guns," he said to the clerk,
t leir money m some unquestior.J -YMch one sir1""
auie ousmess. Dealing m fu
tures is not considered safe by
the most successful business men
and it is, to say the least of it,
questionable from a moral stand point.
Almost evorv nowsunnor
contains accounts of some poor
fellow who has gone to the bad I
because he gambled in futures.
Occasionally fortunes are made
by dealing in futures, but the
man who pins his business faith
to a bucket sliop almost invariably
comes out the loser. If the
dealer in futures is successful for
a while he does not know how to
let well enough alone, but he
keeps on and on until the scales
turn against him and the history
of gamblers in futures is that
thev pursue their bad luck to the
penniless end. Don't be allured
by the fascinations of quick
money by dealing in futures.
You may thiiik that, you are, to
use an expression of the bucket
shop, "on the ground ilooiy' but
s jme tine morning you will wake
, , L ,,
up and find that whilo- you were
on the ground floor there was a
a rascal in the cellar and your
i t'oiui rmt if mnt irm nf rmif.klv
i wini, iw,T .
l luUU . ua,: ' ,u u ut J u
the woodbine twineth and the
VvJiangdoodle mournet h for its
i fivst born. Monroe Enquirer.
H :f h Claims the Youi'g ?v7 un.
Mac Thompson, the 18-year-
-v t i :
Oi Lvockv luver communit v. died
n ''le:' m id night Friday night, of
itynhoiu fever. This afflicted family
; v('-,: ..; rres gr:;t ,iiii.;: ;V m the
loss of n daughter and son in so
: short a period.
The Young Ladies Missionary
society of the First Proshytcrian J
church will moet Monday after
noon at 1 o'clock at Rev. W (
Mrs. Ed. Correll, who for sev
eral weeks has been sick at ITar-
i -rg with typhoid fever, re-
Van Poole and Drs. C M and G
?vl Van Pool, who ar 3 known in
slavinatthe store of the Yorke
A Wndsworth Co., has secured a
position with the Cannon & Fet-
zer Co. He has charge of the
Miss Janio Richmond returned
home Friday night after spending
two months at Lenoir with her sis -
tor, Mrs. G L Earnhardt. Mrs.
Bernhardt returned here With
her to spend a while.
Mrs. Dr. Pressley and Mr.
Baron Pressley. of Coddle, left
Tuesday for Now York, to visit
Dr. Mason Pressley. Mrs. Press
ley will spend several months
there. Mooresville Record
Buns, Cakes, Pies,
Cream Pulls, etc.
Special attention given to lad
Oysters 35 cents per quart.
Joe Fisher, Proprietor.
An Inviting Gun.
"That gold one with the big
ruby in the handle."
The clerk took it from the
case. It was marked 8300, and it
looked worth even more. The
Texan took it tenderly in both
hands and held it admiringly up
to tllc lSht- Then drawing liim-
self up to his full height, which
was GJ feet, he rested the revolv
er barrel upon his left elbow,
crooked for the purpose, and
looked over che sight down the
long store. Those persons who
saw him involuntarily dodged.
"Say," said Mr. Wortham,
with quiet but intense enthusi
asm, as ho returned the weapon;
"if I was to wear that gun down
in my State the people would be
falling down on their knees beg
ging to be killed with it." Ex.
At a meeting of the members of the
Cone jid Bar held the Gth da of Oct,,
IS!)!), iu the office of the Ole-k of the
Hupetior Court, it was agreed that all
c.;ftes be continued, except the follow
On Thursday Oct. II), Ls)5).
No. 18 J. S La floaty vs. Joseph Young.
Kxecutor et al.
No. 10-D. L. Bradford vs. J. P.. Wal-
No. 20 !. M. Morr is k Son ys. Ilam-
No. Gt- Sol Levy vs. P, II, Motlev.
No. SG Nellie Koonce vs. Edward
(Ui Friday ih-t '20, 1SJ.
No. 11 M. Oglesby vs. W. W. Purley
None of the cases will be called be
fore Thuisdnv, nnd the above e. e of T,l.
OgleslH' vs. w . . JJ ut ley so a w
Jxo. M. Cook,
CiOi k Superior Court
AiN ouv iUW,eUJ
pnur.da of old cast-iron ecrAp, de
ii ven-d the fouriry al once, for
which v:e will a ih prices No
buret iron wanted.
Are now open for the
Fourth .Series of the Cabarrus
County Building, Loan and
Sa vi ugs A ssociation:-
W. R. QDELL, Presiflent.
i L. D. Coltrane, Sec and Treas.
1 Attentl OPI
We have 44 doz.
j ,T. . , . , n.
Missesdvibbed heeced lined cot-
1 t0n Vests with drawers to match;
sizes from 13 to 34, at 2o cents
j each - CftU and see them They
are just what you want tor the
Gibson & Morrison.
Every one of them
will please you. Come and
see them. A fine lot of
W. C. Correll,
One hundren Childrens' Vestee
Suits. Stylish Patterns. Hand
some trimmings. New and ele
gant designts. Finely Tailored.
Altogether Swell. All sizes, 8 to 8.
They are $5.00 and l$6.C0 suits
and strictly up to date. You can
have choice at $3.00.
One hundred jJVestee suits at
$1.25 to $1.50. OTheygare $2.00
and $250 suits. I
Two hundred Childrens' Reefer
suits. Finest goods, splendidly
tailored, at $2.00 to $3.00. There
are plenty of $5 , suits I amor or
Boys heavy, all-wool Kersey
suits at $2. You won' tfind them
for less than $2.50 anywhere
Splendid line of lien's" suits just
in. We save you 25 cents on
every dollar you spend.
Cannon d? Fetzct Co.
We are the whip to prices to double the speed of sales.
We are prepared
to give the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
At wholesale and
retail. It will pay you to see
onr Large Stock of
before buying. For Clover
Seed, Seed Rye, and Rock Salt
Is tiie ; .'ai road to fortune. A
If vou want to save come to W
our store, wean save
vou iiiouev oil
il I'iaifi Naliona! IMi
Offero tbc b'.isincpsjmbiic ft reliable, pgr
manent, conservative aud eooorumochct
ui baukiu instutioD.
We solicit vour iatronae with the
assurance of houorable treatnidiit and
due appreciation of your patronaa
If we can serve you any time wo will
be glad to haye yon come and eee us.
Capita aad Surplus - - $70 000.
D. h Coltkane, Cbasbier,
J. M. ODEr.i. y resident.
11 L. Brown & BRo.
;livei:y, feed and sale
Jmi in r-ar oi S Cloud Eotfll. Crr
nibrsss met '.'! passenger train.
Outtita o: al: kinds fnrnisheC
promptly and at reasonable prices
Horeea and mules alwaya on bario
or Bale. Braders of l.noron"hbrB
Poland China Ho