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KMSPHONE NO. 71.
;CJiDED . .
Sixo Their Own Praise."
CnJ.r Ko Circumstances Can a Reality
alI it is a reality that we make strictly
Le ratio. A large or small size, as
dc-ired, but only one grade. Why buy
re ' i-meut because-" it is advertised
i ;-p-' Purchase an instrument that
! t hiiih in the estimation of your
I: -ruds and the Greatest Musicians all
'Verthe world. A Piano with a pure
tnu. delicate touch," etc. In fact a
Tiano with every improvement that is
r.c'al to the wear; and at one price
vvitiim the reach of all, because we
save you the Middleman's Profit, and it
is v. ortli Faying, too.
Old instruments ta!:cn in exchange,
iwrcs accommodating. Catalogue for
the askiig. Some bargains in square
Hr n nr )f Orjnnf luo ManufHCtiirer,
wi C 11, OUUUlj BalHr.iure Jfrt.
Mm Branch Wareroom. '2i8
Cli'nrlotte, N. C
Co H. WMmoth, Mgr.
1 ' L Parlrs & Co. have a new
Craven Bros, are advertising
;i;:pets and rugs-
-: r. Bivens, of Albemarle, is
t Mr. Chas. A Dry's.
Miss May Ivy, of New London,
i visiting friends at Forest Hill.
Mrs. Vjoia and two children,
- ; Uuleigh, arrived here Sunday
Mrs. J L Pock spent Sunday
iih her relatives in No. 7 town-
Mr. D P Day vault spent Sun
at his father's at Barium
T;e Louise Brehany company
- - an entertainment at Ral-
''i.-. Prank Mabery, of McAd-
:He, is visiting at Mr. J M
. -it Forest Hill.
s Lou Cook, of Forest
1 pout Sunday in Salisbury
' ' H 0 Daniels, who is at
M:t iv!Vftu'i,uf m Tirlrl Hill
i ' 1 Suuday here.
v0'. ,Jas. Watson, of Salisbury,
' : - hiday here with his
' :-: Mrs. J E Smoot.
' Quint Smith is at iwork
' ! 'w' 'iays surveying the corpo
' : : iiiniLs of our town. li
' i C Griffin, whose home is
i,i Monroe, has a jiosition as a
' ; ni Marsh's drug store.
';!e Montgomery has gone to
' s uuity to attend court. He
'i'-jyed to defend a negro in
A I) Conies Dead,
Gen. A D Cowies died at
Maiesville at 1 o'clock a. m. last
Saturday morning. He was 43
years of age.
Con. Gowles untimely death is
a . second stroke for Statosville in
quick succession..' Before the
remains of young Mr. Long were
buried the death of Gen. Cowios
deepened the pall of goom. He
was popular and beloved and
will bo missed over the state in
f VI 11 nrt i-m , .
wim nmuary allairs.
W alter Fink spent Sunday at
home. He and Walter Ilojikins
are conducting a fruit and candy
stand at Gold Hill. J
Mrs. D F Cannon returned
home Saturday nisrht from Cbnv.
lotto after spending svord
Mr. W O Correll is fixing his
lot on South Main street prc
paratory to building his house
The A. & M boys met a defeat
of 4 to 0 last Sauirday at Rock
Hill with the Clemson college
Her friends will be glad to
know that Mrs. SF Stephens is
gradually recovering now from
her second attack of fever.
Several cases of affrays were
tried at the mayor's office this
morning. They - added a little
bit to the town treasury.
. Miss : Carrie ' Suther has re
turned home from the State
Normal college on account of the
typhoid fever thero.
Miss Dora Guffey, who lias
been at the bedside of her
brother, has returneed to her
homo in Rowan county.
Bishop Joseph S Key, of Sher
man, Tex., arrived here today
(Monday) to attend the confer
ence. He is the guest of Mr. M
Miss Irma Kimmons returned
home Sunday night from school
at the Greensboro State Normal.
She will not return until the 2nd
day of January.
It is hoped that the new uni
forms for our policemen will ar
rive soon so that our town will
make a still better appearance to
our many visitors this week.
Mr. Rhodes Guffey, of Salis
bury, spent Sunday here at the
bedside of his brother.. Mr. Pay
ton Guffey, who is sick with tyfl
phoid fever. Mr. Guffey s
mother is at his bedside.
Mrs. Ramseur, of Charlotte
and Mrs. L D Duval, of Caro
leen, have returned to their
homes after spending a week
here with their sister, Mrs. W G
Boshamer. ' .
Miss Lillie Nussman left Fri
day night for Clinton, Mo., on a
visit. Mr. L L Cress, of the
county, also Friday for the same
place 'last night. Salisbury Sun.
Mrs. Laura Misenheimer, of
near Rimer, Cabarrus county,
who has been visiting at Mr. W
A Eagle's, left for her home
Saturday afternoon. Salisbury
let us bake your Thanks
giving cakes. We make
you the best fruit cake for
35c per pound; pound
cake at 25c.
You take no chances on
am 1 f
etting a good caKe n you
ive u s your order.
Joe FJsher, Proprietor.
'OERFECT ario vb-marcni are i
Secures bv Hood's S:irs;.)finlla, be-
t tiiM'os rr-vo, nc::.
Jtfe and heakii-gb-h.ir SIO
NEW YORK MARKETS.
Hlh Low Closed
37 27 i
42 31 32
40 35 36
1CI.V 159j 100 i
May . . 41
Dec... 67i 674- 66
May. 7U 7H 7H
"Brown," said the partner of
the corner office, "you put that
notice on the wall, 'No loafing, '
and there are no ;v actually five
men lounging directly under it.
Go out and tell them to move
"No," responded Brown, by
the way of a joke, "I won't do
it. They are beneath my no
tice." N'W'Uhc Notice.
a There will be a special
y?? olnmtinication of Stokes
x Lodge No. 32, A. F. & A.
M. Monday night;, Nov. 20, at 8
o'clock. R H Gkiffix,
NO RIGHT TO UGLINESS.
The woman who is loyely m
tace, form and temper will ah
way have friends, but one who
would b . attractive must keep
her health. If she is weak, sickly,
and all run down, she will be
uervous and irritable. If she has
constipation or kidoey trouble,
impure blood will cause pimples,
blotches, skiu eruptions and a
wretched complexion. Electric
Bitters is the best medicine in the
world to regulate stomach, liver
and kidueys and purity the bood.
It gives strong nerves, bright eyes,
smooth, yelvet skin, rich com
plexion. It will make a good
looking, charming f woman of a
run down invalid. Only 50c. at
Fetzer's Drug Store.
To the Payees of Cabarrus Count? :
Section" 57 of the school law of North
Carolina says that tho -sheriff shall set
tle the school tax for his .county on or
before December 31st, of each ypar and
the law also says that the sheriff shall
settle the State taxes by the first Jay of
J anuary in each year.
Now in order to do this I will have to
collect about $25,000 between this and
the 31st of December, This is no idle
talk but it is solid facts that are looking
us squarely in the faoe. Some are
coming in and settling up but if you
haven't paid your tax this is to tell you
that you must do so at once. If I have
to visit you it will be at your expense,
so please attend to it at onoe and save
J. L. Peck, Sheriff.
Both of these occasions will
call for carvers and we have just
what you need. Come. and look
W. C. Correll,
' THE JEWELER.
Just received a new lot of
Plaids in' Somerset and Venitian
cloths. Blue Venitian cloth,
Brown Covert cloth. Small
Plaid wool goods in dress pat
terns.. No-two alike.
A full line of Ladies' Shoes
in Button and lace.
Pompadour Combs, Empire
combs; Ladies' pocket books.
flnmfi and see us. We will do
our best to please you inj. prices
Gibson 8c Morrison.
36-Inch. Plaid Venetien only loc. yd.
0 Fancy Plaid Dress
BEAVER CAPES, fur trimmed, worth Si
to close out at 75c
BEAVER CAPES, full sweep braided and fur
trimmed, worth 1.75. Our price si. 25
CHILDREN'S REEFERS worth ?.00 and
J.50. Our price 1.75. . . .
2& ONE LOT of Black Kersey
W-V . 1 . 1 1 t 1 T 1
soewp oraiauci )ianea ana
We are going to sell them
O AN ATTRACTIVE line of
fci.uu to ;.uo unaper man
m rr 4-
Full Line of
S and Napkins.
J; Can save you
0 ttr Rt
We have many beautiful designs in Rugs, some as low in price as
65c. and we have still others in Oriental designs for more money.
The secreet of happy homes is the pleasant surroundings. Come
and take a look at our Bed Room Furniture, Parlor Tables and
Side Boards. We think we can please you. Let us try.
Also Undertakers. o
We are prepared
to give the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
Heavy and Fancy
At wholesale and retail. It will
pay you to see our Large Stock
before buying. For Clover Seed,
Seed Rye, and RockSalt go to
G. W. Patterson's.
Goods only 7io. yd.
Capes, tailor mal, 135 hi
1 il .- -V 1 ."..'-
piam, worm o.uu ana ju.uu.
at $3.50 and sa.OO.
Fur Oapes n.nd Crovats from
can do Dougni.
ca cc u
Have you seen our
New Stock of
Prompt -attention given to tho
guests of the
' Kimkll Hotel.
Table supplied from the best on
the market. Polite servants
Rates: si. 00 to 81-50 per day.
Special rates to regular boarders.
Mrs, H. A. KIMBALL. Haw.
Grip makes one sick, weary and restless.
c Wiles' Restorative Nervine brtofis resk
CARPET 11 RUGS?
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