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:s arriviug from Lynchburg or
jlt v.i'i. N". "' :-tops regularly for
, ;- for Salisbury, I J i Point,
; !!, io, Keidville, Danyiile aud
.jvciiJ tatious between Danville and
No. 87 stops for ni&-i:-'
!- coming from j yuchburjr or
po::;rs Ivy.m.l, and to take on pas
;v ;:r rs for regular stopping places
.::'"! Jewells. No. Z$ stops to let
;? sengcrs from regular stopping
ylticts sou tii of Nevvells and to take on
fa.-..M -tigers for regular stopping places,
Lvi cui'ur or hevnud.
.S us. M and 34 stop at Concord for
st-rjers io or from the C. 0. te A.
!i;v5oa Charlotte to Augusta aud
:!.. r points in l;outt Carolina, Georgia
' 'i-.ri.J:i, reached through Columbia
No. T. 11 and 12 are the local trains
r. 1 o:;m ; t at Sulivbr.ry with trams of
. A . . Division.
"Slc Thsiu Own P::.;s:-:."
t;;r lv a rcurr stances Can a Reality
-v'- ) .reality that we make strictly
;-'je :..-:.! (ic. A jar go or small size, as
ik.Mrt .i, i)ut onh' ono grade. Why buy
I'ruinent because it is advertised
ap? Purchase aa instrument that
'ii-is ingh in the estimation of your
'r.eiuU and the Greatest Musicians all
over the world. A Piano with a pure
' ; - delicate touch, etc. In fact a
with every improvement that is
o ut iicial to the wear ; and at one price
aithm the reach of all, because we
save you the Middleman's Profit, and it
m worth saving, too.
Old instruments taken in exchange.
Terms accommodating. Catalogue for
tae asking. Some bargains in square
CfP! M Stippf PlRD9 M'niirclnrr,
JJaO, 1U. OUUUlj Baltimore Mrt.
Factory Branch Wareroom. vrv2i
Ui'arlotte, X. C
Co H. Wilmoth, Mgr.
Soo Craven Bros. ad. today.
Tiie Cabarrus mill has recently
commence 1 weaving at night.
Col. Paul B Means has returned
nome from Elkin.
Did you see the stars fall Mon
day night? About four fell.
Fresh fish and oysters tomor
row morning. Earl Hartsell.
Mr. Jones Yorke has gone off
'a a business trip, to be gone
W some time.
c'OUND A little black dog.
Two white feet and two yellow
spots over eyes. Call at this
Mrs. L A Bikle, who has been
veiling her daughter, Mrs. G.eo.
' Means, has returned to lyings
Miss Cpnstanpe Cline has re
nio4 to Elizabeth' college after
pending Sunday and . Monday
iere with her parents.
Iredell county is to. haye a sta
"onon the Mpc'ksville branch
r''tilroad named after the Santi
Tlo hero, Schley. . "
Jtev. J C Davis returned home
Monday night from Lexington
hore he filled his pastoral en
- dements Sunday.
1 Here will be a watch party on
1 corner tonight, the
"uists cf Leonard Boyd, No
ts will bo provided. ' "
, n;:' football game which was
'': played in Charlotte be
lh(i A. &m. boys and the
,;.,' "S(m hoys, has been called
"The CUaingaog In ffew (
tered in M r t? -v.
np.n.v "Rir ri i tit
- v,um water east of here
una wi mit in ci
, ' XUey navo paired
: oaa near the depot. After
their inh nt t; ni,i
nave two other iobs
i-. Buchanan's Father Dead.
Last week Ex-Sherii'f Buch
anan was called to the bedside of
his father in Rowan county, who
lias been in bad health for
several years. Three years ago
he suffered a stroke of paralysis.
Mr. Buchanan received a tele
gram today (Tuesday) that his
father died about 4 a. m. His
father's mime was Mr. John
Buchanan and he was one of the
best citizens of Rowan county.
He was 72 years of age.
M. L. Marsh &. Co. guarantiee very
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Item
e iyand will refund the money to any
one wk. is not eatisjjed alter using two
thiros of the rontents. This is. the best
remedy in the world for la grippe
coughs, colds, croup ond whooping
eongh and is pleasant and safe to tako
1 1 prevents airy tendency of a cold t
result in pneumonia.
Mrs. W S McDuffie, who has
been spending a while here with
her husband, returned to her
home at Reidsville Monday
Lovers of music will not miss
the opportunity of hearing the
Brehany Company next Wednes
day evening. An entire new
l program will be rendered.
j Dr. S R Peck, the Charlotte
j Optician, will be in Concord at the
I Hotel Wednesday Nov. 15th o le
day only. Glasses acculately a 1-
justed. batistaction guaranted.
Mme Elrado is cosily fixed up
in her parlor and is pleased at
the number of callers that are
interested in her chosen science
Three young ladies, Misses
Mary Virginia Wadsworth, Fay
Brown and Mary Ella Cannon
stayed awake all of Monday
night in the hopes of seeing the
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cook have
moved from their upstairs home
over their store into the residence
on West Depot street formerly
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Pink
Two men whp were badly in
toxicated Sunday afternoon
about the depot came to Mayor
Means and submitted to their
bad conduct. They were fined
the amount for a drunk and dis
The Brehany Company will
this year rencr an entirely new
program, ; including 1 the garden
scenes " of ' Faust, beautifully
costumed and with special scen
ery. Seats on sale at 9:30 Satur
day at Gibson's,
et bake your hanks
giving cakes. We make
you theesVfruit cake for
35c per pound; pound
You take no chances on
getting goo& cake, if you
give us your order.
Joe Fisher, Proprietor. '
it if H '.: . '" "' '
One nice building lot on east
n urn part of the county and all christian o,!, i CoZ
-" "JVW iuino. d town-'up to the help of thc lord
mp near Mr. Ed Johr sons against the kicked &
pace, ihe chaingansr is in dn-1 Pmnchwr nvx, , . &
side of Union street. Also three
houses, and lpts om. Buffalo street.
For terms apply to
Caldwell & Stickley.
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The m-otrno.t-.vl moot, o
Cannonville Presbyterian church
well. A verviO
night io take part in the sorviro J
and all see,! m .nW g,J
m. and 8 p. m.
C. Pheston, Pastor.
He is Improving Every Day.
All will be glad to know that
little Louis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Swink, who since the latter
part of July has been in the hos
pital in Philadelphia undergoing
treatment on one of his limbs, is
improving each day and is now
able to walk by the aid of his
brace. It is thought that he will
be home ere lonr.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
Jan... 13 30
March 15 36
May ..20 41
Sugar 154 1551 lo3
Dec... COJ- G7J- CG.J
May. 70.J 71$ 70.J-
Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratyiug to the public
to know of one cancer in the laud who
are not afraid to be generous to the
needy and suffering. The proprietors
of Lr. King's New Iiscovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, have
given away over ten million trial bot
tles of this great medicine; aud have the
satisfaction of knowing it baa absolutely
cured tbousaus of hopeless cases.
Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness aud all
diseases of the Throat, Chest and Ludcts
are surely cured by it. Call at Fetzer's
Drug store and get a free trial bottle.
Pegular size 50c. and $1. Every bot
e guaran or price refunded.
A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT,
Mr. W.'A. Hines 01 Manchester, la.,
writing of liis almost miraculous escape
from death, says: "Exposura after
measles induced serious lung trouble,
wbicb ended in Consumption. I had
frequent hemorrhages and coughed
night and day. All my doctors said I
must soon die. Then I began to use
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, which completely cured me. I
would not be without it even if it cost
$5.00 a bottle. Hundreds have used it
on my recommendation and all kay it
never fails to cure Throat, Chest and
Lung troubles." Kegular size 50c and
$1.0,0 Trial bottles free at Fetzers Drug
Just received a new lot of
Plaids in Somerset and Venitiah
cloths. Blue Venitian cloth,
Brown Covert cloth. Small
Plaid wool goods in dress pat
terns, No two alike. '
$h,Q,$s! $host! !
A full line of Ladies' Shoes
in Button and lace.
Pompadour Combs, Empire
combs. Ladies' pocket books.
Come and see us. We "will do
pur best1 to please you inprices
and styles! " ,1! i:' , ' V-:J
Gibson & Morrison
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p will be a joy for you
to see our, new brooches,
which we have received;
Come, and see even if you
36 -inch Plaid Venetian only 15c. yd.
Fancy Plaid Dress Goods oily 7ic. yd.
1 . A ,
BEAVER CAPES, fur trimmed, worth 81
to close out at 75c.
BEAVER CAPES, full sweep braided and fur
trimmed, worth 1.75. Our price 1.25....'.
CHILDREN'S REEFERS worth 2.00 and
$2.50. Our price $1.75..
ONE LOT of Black Kersey Capes, tailor ma le, 135 in
seewp braided plaited and plain, worth $5.00 and $0.00.
We are going to sell them at $3.50 and $5.00.
AN ATTRACTIVE line of Fur Capes and Crovats from
$1.00 to $2.06 Chaper than can be bought.
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Yull Line of
Can save you
good is necessarily high priced. We are selling Couches for $9.98,
soft, durable, and restful, inside as good at the outside. We have
bargains of the same kind all oyer our store.
Prompt attention given to the
guests of the
Tabie supplied from the best on
the market. Polite servants.
Rates: $1.00 to. $1.50 per day.
Special rates to regular boarders.
Mrs. H, 1 KIMBALL. Manager.
Every time you buy a so-called
"cheap'' chair, or table, or couch
or anything. Outward appear
ance, don't count a wash of gold
often covers brass a pretty look
ing chair often covers hard lumps
and lots of profanity. It dcesn'k
pay to buy 'cheap" things, but
.that doesn't mean everything
We are prepared
to give the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
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He&ivy arad Fancy
At wholesale and retail. It will
pay yon to see our Large Stock
before buying. For Clover Seed,.
Seed Rye, and RockSalt go to
G. W. Patterson's.
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