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lost ol)li"-inr -, ! ' noil sq to nvo to our v-W)'" ;Ko w
oa hasovorhad in Columbia iU'-Ui" 'k d-ir.jQ -Hi 1
x ,uvs hv itoajioko in a few dav3 antI other things well' eab-;r . d :
v P' a position wbb iT,:. in - i . . I ,
h ; VxV U' promise ail a roval trca and rts lliK-
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'n.rro for about 11 -M,s ! ",L 1 11 xVlil 00 devoid oi vulgarj
f-vs -;:.-n st-s i,v SiV 'iJ.;',;;';!: pwhe.s or baa i-my. 1.x
,; -;it manager and lb.ii
blo-.'.vitb thoh-band ai:d ;,? oth-.-r
Ll( 5 IS It 11 r,viw,..l
-'pber and as c-iox U ' youn.c iiu
Miiloman as cvor ma;;n .'.ba 1
. .... , . v - I " ',? s- Auho is roliabiu I
Vo..i ;ias nandiin- its win, is to
ood f 33 -Inch Plaid Venetie i c.idl r Ice.
U'()a:lit out ! b'f
r!i-1'1' l:, Fancy Plaid Dress Good
;;t s on :b- ;:1 ! v:-'
! 1 I 1
-.I to t-i'i. .' ! homo; ' '. '
.' '. '.i j ;cir ' -a;"ii i is
CJibson's druji' store
s to 1 - t
-P ni ','-'."'-r1 f. a-
. ."NHith Car; ( ioor:;;;i
H I'.y.d yinro o,0 i; . : trains
.1 t Jj!,iihur
'i'. i; trams of
;bY;T.d cliau-,;s liavo bocn
r.Kiiio in tlio appointinonts since
tiW roadinv of thotn AiondMy
niylit. Uishop Key has ciumvd
Rev.. T W Smith to Ceniral
chureli here as second man'. Kev.
i!i:Mlii)orS 1 II 1. 10 0OiU)iriiy
ni-id lueiiU -LiU'eo oi.' tliei.n wiii ho
on the st?;ro totdirbt. This is
said to he one. ol' tlio l)est niin
si u:!: oii i be road.
Ar uraub l:it j;bnpti rob
lit'u of joy. iiuckir.n's Arnica Siuve,
cures tliem, fx- ) Old, Hnnnim; and
111 Tlowo i.;., . fr oores, UJet;rs, .boils, irHons
, - - w,,,v. , n.iu iian Di'cn as- K-onip V '
nOKE No. ti.
Fever Sores, UJet
j CoriiP, Warts, Cuts, liruise?, iUirns.
to r.::oresvino iM!--Cu,d.; Ch-vxtl IIjiiuIs. Chit)lain.
IJossemer City station, and Kev.
W P McGhee, who was assigned
to Pilot Mountain chcuii, oes to
Mooresville station. Uy these
rs ' changes the Pilot .Mountain cir-
; ; cun is yet to be supplied.
b A '-
; i A !
Tuiwii Own !ki:.?'
Lircumsfr.rvs C::i. i Reality
i ' O ! .' )i ! i il n . :' 'no n.riin f.v
''ue !.inrr:tii;s in square
r'b . j ,-i'' Mi'iir.f'K'lUH'r,
M. L. Marsh Co. uarauteee very
I bottle oi Chamberlain's Coi:j:1i ntm-
ejy and will refund the money to any
one who is not eatistied a!trr usii. two
thirds of the contents. This is th7 best
I remedy in tlie world for la grippe,
' 0:,1,b til: wo ni;r:.' strictly; c(u,-)i and is pleasant and safe to take
Ai ;ai-e or Mr; m sie, is! ami prevents any tendency of a cold to
t oToy one le. Why hny r etui tin pueurai nia.
: - nt k, "!ii;c0 if js, -',VOttied ; .
V:: ci.aso an lustrnrnent that j
'i in tiie e.-timatio:; of your I The St. Cloud barber shop will
.1 the Gre,urt Mu,,-ians nil j be closed Thursday moi ; i i n at
iicaf: ,ihmSc. Wl'flri 10 cek on account oi Thanks-
iv imirovemont that igi giving Day.
' ; . f lo wear; and at one price j A, w r ,T , ,
11 rt iich of alk hi cause we! lr- i Holt, who ior .Oiae
th,. .viiifdjemnn's Profit, and it; time has been a loom fixer at the
I!'Lr. t O. , i ( 1!ll-M ri'iK mill It ic rwr-o-ntrwl ;i
i u is taken in exchange. L f :011 lt l?nf'kinrlnin
it.-iodatm-' r'.-tahxnie for! PU1011 IOCKingliam.
Don't forget the Thanksgiv
ing box for Karium Springs Or
pliauairc to be racked this even-
Lm 'M W.irOiCOHl. v'rZ!?Z I in-r t 7 o'clock at Gibson &
it-.ir-.oice, o iviorrisons store.
r rf. Wiimotfc, Mgr. I Misf!(., ,ronnio Skccn and Ma!r.
gie Moser, of Mt. Pleasant, who
have been visiting Mrs. Pink
Misenheimer, have returned to
Miss Brensori) an orphan girl
who has been staying at the
Thompson orphanage in Char
lotte, is now living with Mrs.
Alice Parlier, who lives near
Miss Mary Thompson has re
turned to school at the Greens
boro Female seminary after
spending a few, days at home
Mrs. Jas. McCanless and
daughter, Miss Irene McCanless,
have returned to Salisbury after
spending several days here at
Mr. Geo. W Brown's.
Madame Lela Elrado went to
Durham on buisness today in
stead of going to Charlotte as
sh9 intended. She still has her
room in the Litaker building and
will be back and open Friday un
til Saturday night twelve o'clock.
She will go to Charlotte next
Best Pile cure on earth- drives rmt. Pnir
and Aches. Only 2."k:H. u box. Cure
uarauteed. Sold at i'etzer's Urns store.
ir, tr-n !-. a
ii LU o hiliJ liHijoun o
Bill CITY rMINSTrlEL.
Tuesday, Nov. 28th.
H HOT MEMBERS i
First part of Silk and Satin
"ADMIRAL DEWEY'S RECEPTION !:!
Watch for Midday Parade at
11:30 a. m."
Grand Concert aVm.5
Prices: 7fic, 50c, and 25c.
Seats on sale at Gibson's
rj n v s
BEAVER CAPES, (v: t 'mm-d, '
to close out at 75c
BEAVER CAPES, full swe- braideda:
trimmed, worth si. 75. Our price bbi
CHILDREN'S REEFEES worbi 'L'.
sil.Tji). Oar price sl.75.
X ONE LOT of Black Kersey Capes, aiior m i.:
i, soewp braided plaited and plain, worth ".-'O a
C Ve are Eroini? to sell them at 3.50 and s5.0o.
AN ATTRACTIVE line of Fur Capes and Crovat- iron.
1.00 to 2.0G diaper than caa be bought.
: W Ould, of LyTnchburg,
sjieat Monday night here.
- D F Cannon has gone to
S:u;i)ury to visit her relatives.
A iM.;kon the chicken house
ru : !S now useless, since the
conference was here.
Mrs. Barnhart, who has been
visiting at Mrs. R A Brown's,
v '. C A Pamplin returned to
'v ooro Monday after spend
- Sunday here.
Bishop Key has gone to South
i o I 'm a, where he will hold con
l'ence next wTeek at Orange-
vlaude Hix, of Turners
arrived here Monday
n -'it to visit his sister, Miss
! ilenry Neal, who has been
out at the Bala mill, has
"l to Bosts Mills in No. 9
:s Annie Furgeson, wTho went
'i'1 Greensboro State Normal
ie the sick, has returned
; Nannie Cannon has gone
Burham to spend several
'iiile there she attends
" iisarriage of Miss Watts.
W II Wakefield, of Char
' C. will be in Concord at
' (ud on Friday, Dec. 15th
;' (!"'i.v only. His .practice is
! 'O Eye, Ear, Nose and
11 RICH CREAM every
' 'i i n'oning this week.
1 Laaies' Tailor Made Suits
1 S5.00 to S6.00.
Full Line of
n save you money.
AS? J& rt J -ik v-i? Cv ViC x? '.
Thinking of buying a
Having a good
turkey and spoling
it in a poor oven. Get a
the kind that never fails to
are some things that always make
acceptable gifts, such as a fine
PlCtlirG Or Rug."Seeour newline for Xmas.
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.
uaKe uaKes ioj , . qi i j
nrdor n.Tifi would be e:lad to have i ohOeS ! onOeS . .
a trial order from you. Remem
ber we have fresh oysters,
bread, rolls, etc. every day.
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 in1 prices
- j. 'and styles.
Joe Fisher, Propraetor.
'phone 122 1 Gibson & Morrison.
Furniture and Undertaking.
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
KlmnbaM Hotel, j Hats, Etc.
Table supplied from the best en, t hu.,nLr For clovor Seod
the market Polite servants. , l - d RockSalt L,0 to
Rates: 1.00 to sl.oO per y
Special rates to regular boarders.
Prompt attention given to the
suests of the
Mrs. H. A. KIMBALL, tepr.
G. W. Patterson's.