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i lie pastor, Rev. C. B Miller i w i
will lio'd To.ni.,,, . . We have rc
. hi no.a log alar services tomor-
in morn mi; nd
night at St. ".Tames
lOUUff WP f!!l 1111" TflV th.
T.mWni. -Daily, that Ik
wiii commence at 7 o'clock. home. He is telegraphing ati
Kev. J Simpson vv ill preach at Panther, West Virginia, a little!
of the pastor, Rev. W B Orov' " : ,lls ls a r0lit hll-1)('1'
Regular services both lnmnr. there boin- nothing tlior kut;
saw mills. i -r
row in or ni tiir and night at Cen
tral M. E. church, bv tlie pastor
l.:ov. J. E. Thomi)son.
:ave An an.
s--.:; luAfrtnlit) j Rov. T. W. Smith, the pastor, Tho Folos are thinking
i rsitmin-: uiiuid o? M. 7, vv'-'1 IO"1 regular services at j ver seriously ol' y -.rchusmg an
votary for tbroi.-h tr y-l Epworth M. E. church tomor-: organ to place in the lode room
: tt, y.na ,s ,-tn;roa for ,(nv. ,t ... rn, ; , ...
ihe i sun-
:.riivi)); i mm liyiiciinnr or
. ;l ; stops rciii;aly for
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'., io. Hrid-villo, i h'.nv" : una
i jjs hftm-en J)Kr.v!tIo and
t Miiiir froin i vik'L! :ijr or j bllb ect foi
! : vhIm'. Hiiil to take on p:is
- for r- :nnr tioppiu..- pbiccs
Nr Vfiis. So. sto-. to lot
rr.u"' !' from rejjnbtr .stoipin
-. iutii of Newells and to tuko on
is for tenJar stopjiii.i; places,
; i : ; ; or bevoud.
o-l sttp jit Co'iford for
Lo or from the C. O. A: A.
' 'i Cb;irIo!tj ti Auii!-tii and
iM lints in South (ar, linn, Oeor-ia
1 1 'la , reached through Columbia
' . S. 11 1 12 are the local trains
.( ct at S tlisburj with trains of
There will bo regular
:U. the Baptist church tomorrow ! aidrt
liiorriing and tomorrow nicrht bv L"
aorrow night bv
T I ... , T T
over the city hall. Thev want to
rvicesjiond enchantment to the can
as he journeys through
tho unknown paths. It will be
36 -Inch. Plaid Venetien only 15c. yd.
Fancy Plaid Dress Goods only 7ic. yd-
11 M m '-Qiioii i useu m oneninir and closmtr aun ; J
.1 "!) tJlltlll J. ' O
s e Know Each Other in Heaven.' . also by the rank teams.
Subject for 7 p. m., "False'
& Li (i
Rev. J. R.
LKtniOJSE NO. 71.
-; Their OwnPkaise."
I'nier r'o Circumstances Can a Reality
A:: ! it ; - reality that we make strictly
n .f j ule. A laifre or small size, as
d -ired, but only one grade. Why buy
,1:1 instrument because it is advertised
n.- cheap? Purchase an instrument that
&ZiU lnzi in the estimation of your
Lh and the Greatest Musicians all
t wv the world. A Piano with a pure
a delicate touch, etc. In fact a
ri::.o with ever v improvement that is
; . :icial to the wear: -and at one price
v.:inn the reach of all, because we
sveyou the Iiddlenans Profit, and it
is worth saying, too.
Old instruments taken in exchange.
Tcmsaccommodatirig. Catalogue fbt
tL-;king. Some bargains in square
Arnold will iiold
regular services at Forest Kill
M. E. cliurcli tomorrow moruinu"
There will be regular services
at the First Presbyterian church
tomorrow morning and tomorrow
night by the pastor, Rev. W C
Services at Forest Hill Presby
terian church aL 11 o'clock bv
he -pastor. Rev. C Preston. At
Cannonville Presbyterian church
Rev. J VV Eacy t ill preach at 7
o'clock and this will begin a
series of meetings to last ten
days. Service every afternoon
at 4 o clock, and every night at
b o clock. Rev. Jesse W biler,
of Davenport, N. G., will be
present to assist m these ser
vices. All who can assist with
the singing, are earnestly re
quested to attend regularly, ana
come straight to the choir.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
1 1 Stieof.
Plnnn M rtimfftCturer,
;l:r? Brancn Warerooin, "tV
C. H. WHmoth, Mgr.
-Nolo change in tho ad. of
:a . -n Bros, today.
I'uail on toast at the Concord
Mr. W G Means has returned
itou:o from Statesville's court.
Mr. Jno. McDowell returned
home last night from on the road.
- Bessie Lipe, of Rowan,
' nig at Mrs. Isettie Patter
Miss Ida Flowe, of Flowes.
v-";:s hore today on her return
Lo Mt. Pleasant.
i-'-rs. Jas. P Cook ana
- " Hartsell have returned
from the Columbia Fair.
."fit ton receipts Friday reached
i'aios. This is one of the
(lavs we have had this
' 1 1 .
Jan ... 25
Mav . . 35 44
Dec... 22 i)0 21
Sugar 1521 153 3 50J
CUT GAG O WHEAT.
U ( I
BEAVER CAPES, fur tmmied, worth' $1
to close out at 75c
BEAVER CAPES, full sweep braided and fur
trimmed, worth 1.75. Our price r'l.ib
CHILDREN'S REEFERS worth i.00 and
Our price 1.75
ONE LOT of Black Kersey Capes, tail n- made, 135 in
seewp braided plaited and plain, worth $5.00 and $6.00.
We arc going to sell them at 3.50 and S5.00.
AN ATTRACTIVE line of Fur Capes and Crovats from
Si. 00 to 2.06 Chaper than can be bought.
Dec... 67 07
May.. 71i 711
Reserve Decrease 2,450,600
Species Decrease 3,336,900
Lno-sil s DocT-pn s 1 1R30. 5f)0
Loans Decrease 7,151,100 W
Det osits Decrease 11, 067, 200 U
Circulation Increase . . . lo4, 00 O
A THOUSAND TONGUES
Gould not express the rapture of
Annie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard st,,
Phil n.d elnhia. Pa:, when she found that
I)r. King's New. Discovery for Consum
ption hadcompletei.v1 cured ner nacKing
cough that for made years naa maae
life a burden. All other remedies and
doctors could giye her no help, but she
says of this Royal Curo "it soon re
moved the oain in mv chest and I can
jnow sleep sotindlyV something r can
scarcely remember doing beiore. i
reel like sounding its praises tnrougn-
outthe Universe.' -So will everyone
who tries Dr. King's New Discovery
for any trouble of the Throat, Chest or
Lungs. Price 50o. and $i.uu. lnai
bottles free at Fetzer's Drug Store;
eyery bottle gnarantepd;
There will be a regular
Communication of Stokes
Lodere-No.32, A. F. & A.
M. Monday night, Nov. 13, at 8
o'clock. R H Griffin,
Mr. Geo. Stinson and wife,
who have been visiting at Mr.
Sam Carroll's, have returned
Miss Mariah Ruffin, the trained
nurse who for months has been
staying at Mr. Jas C Gibson's,
has returned to her home in Sal
isbury. Mr. Will Earnhardt has pur
chased a tract of land of over
twelve acres from Mr. Dolph
Neisler. The land lies a few
miles east of this place.
A number of young ladies
formed themselves into a party
Friday night and took in the
cmerry-go-round." Most all of
them took horseback rides.
jiaaies' ranor iviaae ouixs i
S5.00 to S6.00.
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S'ull Line of
Oan save you money.
Cannon & Fetzer G
A PROPERLY EQUIPPE D
Prompt attention given to the
guests oi 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. R A. KIMBALL. Manager.
It will be a joy for you
to see our new brooches,
which we have received.
Come and see even if you
W. C. C0RRELL,
Shouldn't be without one of our efficient BUCK ranges orr
BUCK cook stoves. Your cooking and baking, to be nrst-ciass
dependsdargely upon a good range or cook stove, and we have
the finest stock of cooking stoves in all the up-to-date designs
and improvements, at low prices, .buck s giuau -
Line, they are the best.
o At.so Undertakers.
- S V Young and Miss Sal-
sing, who have been visit-
Ml A B Young's, havere
i lo Charlotte.
Boykin returned home
night from Charlotte
.i siting her sister, Mrs,
R Peck, the Charlotte
. . will be in Concord at tho
. '-uncsdav Nov. loth one
; . Glasses acculately ad
S; it is faction guaranted.
- . v ' Davis went to Lex
this morning where he
;; 1 F'Ulpit tomorrow. There
: t7'-ly be Sunday school at
"i"opal church tomorrow
Just received a new lot of
Plaids in Somerset and Venitian
cloths. Blue Venitian cloth,
"Rvnwn Gnvert cloth. Small
Plaid wool goods in dress pat-
let us bake your Thanks-
net 171 n Of CD: kes. We make
i V lllp I "
you the best fruit cake for j tcrnSt kg two alike.
35c per pouna;
cake at 25c.
You take no chances on
getting a good cake if you
give us your order.
,iO J "
s Fisher, Proprietor.
A full line of Ladies' Shoes
in Button and lace.
Pompadour Combs, Empire
'combs, Ladies' pocket books.
Come and see us. We will do
our best to please you in prices
1 and styles.
I Gibson & Morrison.
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 Suit
Q. W. Patterson's.
U laid Bank
Oflfera the business 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 servo you any time we will
be glad to haye you come and see us.
Capital ad Surplus - $10 000.
.). B Coltp.ane, Ckasiner,
J. M. Odei l, Vresident.
IL L. brown & BRo.
LIVERY, FEED A.ND SALE
Ju?t in rrar oi St. Cloud Hot-. Oru
nibi'ftjs ms.-t fdl pasiecger trail...
6utii?p o all kinds fnrniehe
or Tuptly and at reasonable prico -Hofresand
mules always on baud
ro sale. Brcede-H of .iiooughbre
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