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-:th .f i i.-'tri .tt-, Htiil is t-topped for connnittee, composed
..,Tond. No. stops iv-u'.iiiy forln who do not like t
::::t'rs for Salisbury, 1 1 ii;h i'oiut,
7ro(i!:shoro, ileidsvillo, lN:anvil!e nua
: ri'uMpal btnions n- twi en J)..?iville and
'".isiiii;;;t()i). oi' Hto;i;s ior pas-
cuer coining from i.yfK'htmrir or
r,.;ntH beyond, ai.d t t?i!vc on pas-Li-'ef
f t ri'.'rtr .'toppiiifj; places
vitliot' Newells. N'o. :5S stops to let
oil passengers from reulur btoppiu;
places bouth of Newells and to take on
jwiftsen-jers for regular Btoipin places,
Lyjichbur or beyond.
"Nos. and M4 stop at Concord for
.-.-.-i i:ii'cr.s to or ivoin the C. G. A: A.
L', ision Charlotte to Augusta, nnd
ri ;-r points in r-onth Carolina, Georgia
i;-riiii, ivaeiicd tIrou;ii Columbia
or .'.;!' U. Mil
Nos. 1 , S, 11 and V2 are the local trains
i eo:ne't at Salisbury u-ith trains of
Vt . N. o. Division.
TELK PHONE NO. 71.
.Sixg Theih Own PiiAist:
The 5STIKFF is the PIANO to buy;
'f fl-lsi tWlll.ll fltV tllt r.ll.l HQ vrn
i-iiddk-Lij-K i ii"t t? .;Lil it v ill ;
a lifetime: but we hav several
; ... aiiis iv other makes.
VVe have 1 '. V : i in exehaiure for
iTl EPF'S two I vers A: Fond Pianos,
ii:'. the finest styie that lirm maim
.. 'fnru and it .is almo-t new. If you '
this make here are bargains.
M j'"",f 3lai!o Mamifaetiirr,
mil, Hallin.oro 31.2.
inm Mtii Warsrooiii,
4 h'arJoia.', S. C.
C. H. WMmotlh.Mgn
Fink Tuning. Palace Oikjans.
Mr. Chas. Cook lias been sick
for several days. He is improv
ing. Mr. Harry Don ton, of Moores
ville, spent Sunday here with his
Mr. Will Dayvault, of Trout
ii.ans, spent Sunday hero with
Mr. Gus Harts arrived last
Saturday night from on the road
o spend Sunday.
Mr. Frank Kobbins left Sun
day forColdsboro after spending
a ' -v day,; here.
Mr, Pink Misonheimer is im
'vimjr il'pse days and will soon
be a;'de to bo out of bed.
Mrs. T H Cook, of Salisbury,
oeni Sunday here witli her son,
Air. Herbert Cook.
Mr. Will mack-welder, of Can
r.)!'.ville. is on the police force.
'e is a special policeman.
One 10x20 Crayon Potrait giv
en tree wita each one-half dozen
t...;nijut 1 holographs at Scott's!
: fiery opposite York & Wads
vorth Uardwaie store.
-Miss Barbara Coughenour has
.'etnrned' from Salisbury where
Mn has been spending some time.
Dr. AV. II. Wakefiled, of Char
io t('. N. C, will be in Concord
' -lotul on Friday, October
-!' b. tor this one day only. His
r ;-ii.-tice is limited to Eye, Ear,
Ni-se and Throat.
I Joy. and Mrs. J E M Daven
, "1 left nisi Salurdny night ' to
spend several days with their
i Liives in Salisbury.
; i : A YON PORTAIT 14x17
II be given with every three
''ia'i photos or one 1Gxi!u with
''ly half dozen at our gallery
io the court house" We
, !' not- be outdone in a good
"" "."'s h in our business by any
'-n ni our town. Come and see
iJ S Cook &Shive.
Await th8 Relief Committee.
Col. Al Fairbrother trots oft
the following on some , his i o
ple: "And now that cold
weather has driven us the ilrst
fair samnla of wlmt, iha ini.!.
will be, the people who gave up
their last dime to enjoy v.: ex-
cursion this summer will be
looking out of their frol
dows for the relief committee
this winter, if a blix; ka-!
-. T 1 US ir?l V A iil 1?,-w ... 1 '. . -'
to suo hu-
munity sulTer, will so;? that tlio.-e
out of coal are supplied and then j l,n0wn F J Cheney for the hint 15
next summer the same people ! years, and believe Inm prfeotlx
who accept the relief coiiiniiLlee's j reiiublo iu aii bush;ens transac
gratuities will go on the next ex-! tions 'm flbncil)y Me to carry
cursidn. iont any 'i'-tionfi ina:ie by their
l'. 1 1 A .
iLs me poet sings:
"Twas ever thus from child
I never bought a ton of coal,
Or stick of wood or pound of
The committee bring it, bless
LookIuit Forward to the Conference.
Six weeks yet until the meeting
of the annual conference of the
Western North Carolina district.
Several hundred people arc ex
pected here then and our poople
are ahvady beginning to pre
pare for tho occasion. Uesides
the numbers of mL ;sters and
deleuatr - a considorabde number
of visitors always a.ti.'nd, which
means that Concord is to have a
crowd iere then.
William L. Wilson Panucroiisly III.
A dispatcli of the 7th from j
r'lmrlesinu-a W. Vn.. snvs the
r -rT.-,,. T TTr.,
Holl. A llluilll L. llsOU IS daU-
.proUSly iH Qf Chr01lic allectiOll
of the lungs.
LOST A gold buckle. Leave
at Gibson and Morrison's.
Miss Ollio Fisher is staying at
the store of H L Parks & Co.
She has chargo of the money ex
change Miss Lillio Lentz, of Norwood,
who is teaching school at Rock
well, spent last Saturday night
at Mr. A E Lentz's.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. P Yorke ar
rived here Sunday from Char- j
lotto. Mrs. Yorke will remain
here a while with her parents.
Will Kimball, of Salisbury, who I
spent last week here with his",
.,,..,., a f v. xj a iz;
ent last week here with his
:ireuts, Mr. and Mrs. H A Kim
an;iiLr5, j.vj.j. . auu js. xjl xvini-
ball, has returned to Salisbury,
Marriage license was issued
last Saturday to Mr. J J Mar
shal, of Alexander county, and
Miss Wilkerson, of No. 7 town
ship. The first services were held in
Central Methodist church Sun
day since the interior has been
repainted. All of the pews have
also been repainted.
A Knvfniir firm i -o;,b-w r.f
opening a market here for cot-:
TT-i-l tit "1-1
ton seed. If thev do, there will '
then be three firms in towneaer
for the farmers' cotton seed.
Dr. Byers, the oculist, will
ain a few days loncer and if
you wish to see him go at once
or be disappointed. Office at St.
Buns, Cakes, Pies,
Cream Puffs, etc.
Special attention given to lad
Oysters35 cents per quart.
Joe FSsiher, Propraetor. '
: NEW YORK MARKETS.
Jan. 7. J )
H0W'S THIS ? 1
j Wo offor one hundred dol!: j
re-.vard for unv eaee of cMrrh I
i t I) f -P.r nnt hv f.ni'r.H h M
i t1 i ill . r ii
We thf undersigned, have
Toledo, O. '
Waldincr, Kinnan & Marvin,
Whel tsale Druggists,
HrtU'rt Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, nets directly upon the
blood and 'nucous surface of the
system. Price 75c. per bottle.
'Sold by nil dmggists. Testimo
At a met'tinir ot the members of the
Concord liar hold the (5th (lay of Oct,,
is1.'., in the ollice of the Clerk of the
Superior Court, it was agreed tl at all
e.-I -e ,o:d.inued. exeent thn follnw.
! inir :
0i Thursday Oct. if, 1k)5?.
No. IS J. S Lafferh-ys. Joseph Young,
Hxecntor et al.
No. VJD. L, bratiiord ys. J. li. Wal-
No . P. 31. Morris Son ys. Ham
No. :U Sol Levy vs. P. P. Metier. .
No. 30 -Nellie Koonce vs. Edward
On Friday Oct. 1st)).
No. U M. Oglesby vs. W. W. Burley
None of the cases will be culled be
fore Thuisdfy, and the above ease of M.
Oglesby vs. V V. Purleyson will not
be called before Friday.
Jxo. M. Cook,
Clerk Superior Court.
A THOUSAND TONGUES
Could not express the rapture of
Annie E. bprmger, of 1125 Howard st,,
PhilndeJpliia, P.. when she found that
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consum
ption had completely cured her hacking
cough that for made years had made
life a burden. All other remedies and
doctors could giye her no help, but she
says of this Royal Cure "it soon re
moved the pain in my chest and I can
now sleep soundly, something I can
scarcely remember doing before. I
reel like sounding its praises through
out tho Universe." So will every one
who tries Dr. King's New Discovery
for any trouble of the Throat, Chest or
Lungs, Price 00c. and $1.00. Trial
bottles five at retzer's urug btore;
everv ho tile o-Un ranter!
We have 44 doz.
Misses. Ribbed fleeced lined cot-
Um Vests with drawers toinatch; j
Kjzos f rom j y to 34 ut 05 cents
each. Call and see them. They
are jn,t what you want. for the
ro-frttl f n .
, lllUe WlK'
Gibson & Morrison.
Every one of theru
will please yon. Come and
see them. A tine lot of
; ,THE JEWELEK.aa
One hundren Childrens' Yestee
Suits. Stylish Patterns. Hand
some trimmings. Hew and ele
gant designts. Fi?iely Tailored.
Altogether Swell. All sizes, 3 to 8.
They are $5.00 andl$6.00 suits
v3 .-i . .1 A.
,.iiU b bi lU LI V UD
have choice at $3.00.
One hundred Vestee suits at
$1.25 to $1.50.
and $250 suits.
m 1 1 1
-i wo nunarea uniiareiis ixeeier
suits. Finest goods, splendidly
tailored, at $2.00 to $3.00. There
are plenty of $5suits I amorg
Boys heavy, all-wool Kersey
suits at $2. You won't find thoiu
for less than $2.50 anywhere
Splendid line of Men's! suits just
in. We save you 25 cents on
every dollar you spend.
Cannon & Fetzer Co.
Wro are the whip to prices to double the speed of sales.
We are prepared
to give the people this winter
better bargains than unal in all
At wholesale and
retail. It will pay you to see
our Large Stock of
before buying. For Clover
Seed, Seed Fvye, and Rock Suit
LO UclLe. IGU Ca.rL
They are $2.00
N1 T T r
Is the royal road to fortune. A
If you want to saf come to
our store, we can save
you money on
UNDER 1 AKING-
Offera tho business puhiic a reliable, per
manent, conservative and acoornniodut
LDg banking matution.
We solicit your patronage with tBe
assurance of honorable treatment ajid
due appreciation of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time we will
be glad to have you come and see us.
Capital anil Surplus - $70 000.
I). B Coltkake, Cha.hier,
J. M. OdeiL. President,
M. L. Brown & BRo.
; LLVi;UY. fEED AND SALE
Just in rer.r'jf S" C.uud Hotel. On
nibufco Liio-jt pasenger traine.
Outhts of ali kiudd furnished
promptly and at reasonable price?.
Hor.-ea and mules always on hand
or Bale. Breeders of f.horoughb re
Pnlaae China rd
il Loneord 11 anal hi