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arrives ;it S 4! a m, (ling)
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v "8 40 a m, (freight)
:.'. when running ahead ot No. 7,
, it nt'cessjiry for through travel
;f: . Iiuri tt, and is stopped for
. sa'iiving from Lynchburg or
... J. N.-.. ,.;J stops regularly for
V-.n-' is for Salisbury, High Point,
, ,mhio, tU'iilsville, Danville and
. '..iK'ii'.ii stations between Danville and
V- ;ii;toi. No. o7 stops for pas
. owning from i yijchbur -or
lu-yoiid, and to take on pas--t
f-r regular stopping places
r itu.'t Nevvclls. To. :?S stops to let
:, .-'iers from regular stopping
Mv .smith of Newells and to take on
,-'!i.'ci'.s for regular stopping places,
v:u'h ! urg or bevond.
'.W. a ;d ;M 'top at Concord for
-v'Urs to or from the C. C. & A.
''jivion Charlotte to Augusta and
.,: r points in South Carolina, Georgia
i'ioriiia, reached through Columbia
No. 7. 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
i roam" t at Salisbury with trams of
W. N C. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71.
Sixg Their Own Praise."
IheSTIEFFisthe PIANO to buy;
. has no equal for the money as you
ive the middleman's profits and it will
,.- a lifetime; but we hav several
bargains in other makes. "
We have taken in exchange for
STIEFF'S two Ivers & Pond Pianos,
one, the finest style that firm manu
icture3 and it is almost new. If you
want this make here are bargains.
So. 213 X.
M. M. Stieef, IMB"
V.r'rVV Rrirmnh Wrmonnrvm
ilJLUlJ UiQllbll naiUiUUlll, Tryon St.,
Charlotte, IX. C.
Co H. Wilmoth, Mgr.
Fixe Tuning. Palace Organs.
Hen Craven, of China Grove,
out Tuesday here.
Miss Dora Bar ringer is m the
ty visiting her aunt, Mrs. R O
rs. Chas. S Stone, of Char-
ii, is visiting at Capt. J M
Suits thoroughly cleaned and
for sl. 00 at the Concord
: Alexander & Hendrix
"uu and press your clothes
" ' i s fa c t i o n cr u ar an t eed .
y "Weddinton is able to
" at his desk arain today. It
- go(jd shaking chill he had.
i.vs 'Alice. Jones, who has
' ''-n visitinjr Miss Margaret Can-
- has returned to Charlotte,
prayer meeting at St.
I'.'s Lutlieran church will be
- 4l:is evening at 7 o'clock.
-"'"your last Winter's suit
i 1 and dyed at the Concord
i Laundry. They guarantee
- Fannie Horton, of Horns
and Mr. II S Hilton, of
Mitte, are visiting their sis-
Mrs. D D Johnson.
kind to the old cow" and
1 :'mr order to the Cannon &
"Co. store for cow feed.
" - ii'iiewad. elsewhere to
1- i'or.iiot the 1'5 percent.
on all dye work, also
, thai our dyes do not
C oncord Steam Laundry
traded School Keiort r....
- CENTRAL buildtvp Tronic Masai-Catarrh pois
Dnv8lQP . 1JLILDIG. ?ns every breath that is drawn
H 7s 1Hb' gn'ls 173, total 359- mtothe lungs. There is pro
attendance 9G per cent-tardvo- Curable from any. druggist the
truant 0; punished 4- viifm.. - I Xor tho cul'e of thLs
1 "ea4, Msuors. Rouble. A small quantity of
the nostrils spreads over an in
flamed and angry surface, reliev
ing immediately the painful in
flamation, cleanses, heals and
cures. A cold in the head van
ishes immediate! v. Sold bv
druggists or will bo mailed for
o0 cents by Ely Bros., 50 War
ren St.. iNi;v York'.
Soys 37, girls 40, total 77; at
tendance 90 per cent; tardy 16;
truant 0; punished 5; visitors 1. '
CAN N ON V1LLE .
Boys 48, girls 51, toial 99; at
tendance 93 per cent; tardy 4;
truant 0; punished 2"; visitors 16.'
Total attendance 535.
Boys 9l girls 104, total 196:
attendance 90 per cent; tardy 43;'
truant 0; punished 21; visitors
17. . . " .
Roll of Honor.
Mr.- Orr: Myrtle' Dayvault,
Shirley Montgomery. '
IMiss Laura Leslie: Ollie
Blume, Iva Townsend.
Miss Hill: Juliet Alexander,
Julia Barrow, Carrie Petrea,
Irene McConnell, Ralph Cald
well. Miss Lena Leslie: Lin Sed
bery, Homer Earnhardt, Shular
Perry; Fannie Qu. y.
Note: To b., on the roll of
honor requires a grade of 80 or
higher in music and writing, 90
or more in all other studies, no
tardiness and not absent more
than one day.
C S COLER,
The Admiral to 3Iarry.
Some of our readers have pro
tested that it has been Dewey
long enough and they are gorged,
but we hope it will not be a bit
ter dose that we give them now
the news that ho is sure enough
to be married soon. The date is
saidto be fixed but not yet an
nounced. He is to take to his
home the wealthy Mrs. Hazen
sister to Jno. R. McLaen, candi
date for governor of Ohio. Mrs.
Hazen is a childless widow of
about 40 years and of prominent
position in "fashionable circles in
the capital city.
A THOUSAND TONGUES
Ooukl not express the rapture of
Annie E. prirer, of 11x2:1 Howanl t
Philadelphia, Pa., when the found that
Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Consum
ption h-d completely cured her hackiLg
cough that for made years had made
life a harden. All other remedies and
doctors eordd id ye her no help, but she
says of this Koyal (Jure "it soon re
moved the pain in my ohest and I can
now sleep soundly, something I can
scarcely remember doing before. I
reel like sounding its praises through
out the Universe." So will everyone
who tries Dr. King's New Discovery
for any trouble of the Throat, fhest or
Liums, Pnce o0e. and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Fetzer's Drug Store;
eyery bottle giiHranted.
it is your watch that is
troubling you bring your
troubles to us.
if it is a watch that you
are wanting we nave
them from $1 up to 00.
W. C. CORRELL,
Tne soothing and nealing prop
erties of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures
have made it a great favorite with
the people everywhere. For sale
by M. L. Marsh & Co., Druggists.
Services appropriate to All
Saints Day were held at the
Episcopal church by Rev. J C
Mrs. L R Pruett and children,
of Charlotte, who have been vis
iting at Rev. Hoge's, have re
The football game Tuesday at
Chapel Hill between the Univer
sities of North Carolina and
Maryland resulted in Carolina's
victory in a score of 6 to 0. :
Dr. S R Peck, the Charlotte
Optician, will be in Concord at the
Hotel Wednesday Nov. 15th one
day only. Glasses accurately ad
justed. Satisfaction guaranted..
Read tho new advertisement of
the Kimball house in today's
issue. Mrs. Kimball is using
her best efforts to give her pa
trons a satisfactory house.
BE 10 10 II 010
We keep the ideal feed for the
cows. The very thing you need :
COTTON SEED HULLS.
OTTON SEED MEAL.
OTTON SEED FEED.
The latter being meal and hulls
mixed in proper proportions for
cow feed. Send us your order.
en x ffiim co.
always on hand at
Joe Flslher, Proprietor.
Prompt attention given to the
guests of the
Table supplied from the best on
the market. Polite servants.
Rates: 1-00 to $1.50 per day.
Special rates to regular boarders.
Mrs. H, A. KIMBALL, Manager.
5 dozen Ladies Linen Hand
kerchiefs at 60c. doz.
120 rmirs Misses Ribbed Hose,
two thread. 2x2 ribbed, sizes 5 to
9J,- at 10c.
Ladies Black Hose with white
feet for 25c.
Ladies Black Hose with split
feet for 25c.
Shoes! Shoes!! Don't forget us
on Shoes. We have the best in
town for the money.
Gibson & Morrison.
Venetiens, Ladies Cloth, Homespuns,
Novelty Patterns, Black Silk and Woo
Crepons, Plain Black Luxon Silks and
Poir de Soie, Real Scotch Plaids and
Don't fail to see our Carpets, extra
Supers, Volo Brussels, Velvets and
Top New Patterns. Can do you Good
Cannon c Fetzer Co.
Admiration and Cogitation
Will turn deliberation into consternation when we name the price
we are selling a New Carpet at. We ' have only a few rolls to
offer. ' 'The early bird" you know the rest. Our New Fall line
of Rugs are superb. We are also strictly in the push on Library
and Hall Lamps. Window Shades in exquisite coloring.
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
our Large Stock of
before buying. For Clover
Seed, Seed Rye,, and Rock Salt
G. W. Patterson's.
1 Concord llial Ml
Offera the business public a reliable, per
manent, conseryative 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.
LIBERAL ACCOMMODATIONS j
TO CUSTOMERS. -
Capital an! SurBlus - - $70 000.
D. 13 Coltrane, Chashier,
J. M. Odepl. President. .
M, L. Brown & BRo.
LIVERY, FEED AND SLE.
Just in rear of St. Cloud Hotel. Om
nibusss meet all passenger trainp.
Outiits of all kinds furnished
promptly and at reasonable pricef.
Hordes aod mules always on hacd
ro sale. Br.-dnrH or .noroubbia
Poland Cama E(i s.