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It was a main graveyard ar.d
the fence thereof was"in a most'
a i s r opu table condition,
Open Iliirli lot;
nco mo cemetery, ail it v.-p:
Some of the neighbors weio Qr,
, L, lu x ii..,t
meeting:-with general approval
tl the caustic wit of Darius nor
u;" u v. as aroufjcu.
What for? ha inquired. ' What's
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" c l in. iiTv.;;rt) r(i oi fencing th? rrave-'tv-.--., -
' If0-7; r;lid? rrilero lln ono!m;;dese
Mii. i-t'-.Tji for wants lo come out and I'm ; LuiLs xucreae .... lJlOjri
;: i;ur-ori ; wii slh'o tlievo ahi't any one out-! 3-'oans Increase 5554oo! W
o.i.'irv r;:!;! ;"0 that wmts to -et hi, so:;;-;111 ivi)
-V, in-, 'Uo wnal tiie use of a fence0 --x ... U;
: ivVM'ii S)-.ijy!llo !iud I i,7 I -
38 -Inch Plaid Venetien only 16c. v5
6 Fancy Plaid Dress G-oour.
And the fence was not built L III
ulks lia.d ceased to chuckle over
m). '-it htops lor )iis-
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ftnpi'' Diaoesj 1 a0 -hrilt ot Dunus. Sout 11
: --'- ' port Standai-d.
f ouniar :,rojjnior
.' -- lis Kful to titko (ni
- - ' '--i 8i t- Oo.K-u-a for
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iry w itij tnai;8 of
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) Jlrcurr.iui.iccs Can a Reality
.!. : o.-i:!-y ii-:t wo ni.c strictly
A or snii-ll ize, fls
-A' :y :?::-i Tby buy
; : i vMtio u. is j--ivoTt;od
, i ( :..ir . ihfruitiK lit tbut
1 1: f-tv:ufi..f; of your
J - ' i ..tv:-.l ?) u. ir-ijms nil
' 1 A i'iuiio wirii n vure
;" t"i ,. ore. hi fact a
i ' r "'. rove:uoi:i that is
' ' i L ;. u:ir; aial at ono prico
J n-iich of all, because wo
. i l!'t- I-. dlornaii'a i'ro , ami it
: . ! ;Y 311 r , too.
' f.u;, .'iit.-j taken in xclmofre.
i:ii.-u;jtin;;. Cbiloiuo for
. i.ir. Soiu-i bargains in square
' V'Moaf nis ri:tJl3!'.tClurr .
kk''0 'i ltal(iiitre Mil.
'UUli I'rj jin St ,
i ll'.Al-Ivrl J P, Si. C
Nit. a Uiirut i:,
Til:.: i.-K.-Vi' J;,.L l; 'Ail
j utm! fovfr a bottle ?f Gr..vu Tfie-
I'ben w liy expriincn'" witl
with v,-ort'-b;- i':
ujii..!'v' b.ck i; m ir is
in consequence of insufficient
suimort. 1ht T-xa- Tii- . i ,,.. '-i lo lit to Freo sa:n , ty-.m .
ill , 1 IOitviuT t?::o..-; trust- priori afc On.
mid been compelled to resign and -.nin,; v.). snvorai t weekly P. o
was about to accept a call from a 1C71 cv yrk-
cjuircn in another city
BEAVER CA.P3, fu;' ! in::i'-,b worb,
to close oat at. 75c
LVVER GAPES, fuU sy:oophrA-Y lan i.
irimnieu. worth 1 .75. Car price i .15. .
CHILDREN'S REEEECo wrlh f J.:-)
-.50. Our price 1.75.
4 ''HI Tllll "JO 1ST TT ..r.l, 1 "If ICO tllV.iVl.lH.f . r. O .... T. i' I
your now field of 'labor, doctor," j ','1 jT 1
said the leadimr older ni' 1 i' t more i loiIo ii iviii- (hven's
'',. . 1" ? August Flower than tmv other remedv. )yrj
for your future success and pros
perity." "I believe you, Brother Hi.r;-g-ersley,"
replied the doctor,
"and that is about all I shall have
t o c a r ry . ' ' Cni cagoTr i bu n e.
-Mr. B F Rogers returned home
": - night from a, business
I'i". J P Munroe, of Davidson,
'lit Friday night here on busi-
Rev. J D Arnold will leave
: x! week for Lexington to be
::u work in his newT field.
Mrs. T J "VYilson, who has
'U visiting her parents here,
; returned to Winston.
A daily paper is the index to
- 'business houses of the town,
your name and a nice ad. in it?
di-5 Eula Wager, who has
'i1 visiting at Mr. Jas. P
i;i:"s, left Friday night for
Chamberlain's Pain Balm Cures Others
Why Not You?
My wife has hec-n nsins Chamberlain
Pain Balm with ood n-sults, tor a
lame shoulder that has pained her con
tinually tor nine years. We hnye tii'd
all kinds of medicines and doctors with
out receiving any beneliu from my ui
them. (ne day we saw an ad ertise
rne: t of this medicine and t hoi: .ht oi
tryiuir it. whieh we did with the oetrt of
satistaetiou. Jrjue has aed only one
b.ottle and iier shoulder is almost v;e!i.
For sale by M. Li. Marsh V Co., Pruc?
pe.-: j tor dysp psia, deranged liver and stom-
Sil'i I' Mild lor O.i til .! ! - Til ill 1 linr
tourists and s il'H!:;,- M, or for persons '
lining oliice positions, where headaches! ?
ni general imd J.'Glniirs Iron lrnnlnr
habits exist., Urit ( .-: en's Auutt Flow
er is a rrand ret-etly, it does not in
jure the system ' y frequeut use and is
xeellent for sour stom:; !is and indi
gestion." Sample bottle free atFetzer's
druf tore. Sold by deal.- 'a h all civil
I I m ft n i s 1 1 s H 3 1 1
Miss Ella Graham, who has
ii visiting Miss Annie Burk
' " "i, has returned to her home
iL1 Iowan county.
Miss Ella Belle Shireycame in
'. lay from Virginia' and
. tied 'her sister, Miss Alma, at
.vronr-or. Salisbury Sun.
Charlotte Fridav nicrht Mr.
'H)iul L Barringer gave a
ice comnlimpntarv irt Miss
: - g'iret Cannon of this place.
r'vo ministers, Rev. T. A.-!-
'ae and Rev; D. A. Braswoll,
v ;M be in Concord tomorrow and
' M Ml pulpits in the Methodist
Clias. Boyd spent Friday
ht.'ie on his way to Roan
, ' from Columbia. Mr.
;M ' ; yih be an operator for the
ii -"'ve Times.
j-' B Means and daughter,
'inuie, who have been
; - in Newport News, are
ting Mrs. Galloway in
Mr. and Mrs. W C Wilson,!
of Charlotte, came over this
morning. Mrs. Wilson is spend-;
ing the day at Mr. Sam Carroll's.
The Young Ladies' Mission
ary Society will meet Monday
afternoon at 4 o'clock with .Miss
See the ad. elsewhere of Mr.
Jno. B Willeford, who is our
county standard keeper. These
matters must be attended to, says
Mrs. Youngblood, of Char
lotte, and Mrs. Woods, of South
Carolina, spent Friday with
their brother, Rev. W. C. Alex
ander. ' Richardson and Charlie Patter
son, of Cabarrus county, are
here inspecting this place and
Spencer with a view of moving
here. Salisbury Index.
4Dr,WK Hartsell, of Randle
man, spent Thursday night here
with his coushv'Mr. Aleck Hart
sell, and' returned home Friday
- Messrs. Gaskel & Goldberg,
who do business here, have
opened a branch store at King's
Mountain. The. lattemember of
the firm will have charge of the
: Wo a due our thanks to the
Philalsethian literary society of
North i Carolina -college for an
invitation to attend their public
exercises on the evening of Dec.
15th. The exercises will consist
of orations, declamations and the
debate of the .question, "What
happens is for the best."
Books. are now open for sup
scrip tiou of Stock in Concord
Perpetual Building and Loan
A;, :octat'!.on, "2:iil series, ilrst
Da "lnent due Saturday. Decem-
oer zivA. IS'1:). UaiL on secret:?
inid tri ;arcr at Cabarrus Sav
ings Bank and subscribe.
Rout. S Young. M. D.
President. ; T
1, JL If UU.'ilWUl'l;
Sec'vr and Treas.
p 02'E LOP of-Pdack Kersey Capes, tauor mi
Yvre are oing to sell them at 3.50 and 5. 00.
AN ATTRACTIVE line of Fur Cans and Crovat , 17om
$1.00 to S2.0G Chaper than can be bought.
Laaies' Tailor Made Suits
I S5.00 to S6.00. '''
Full Line of
3 ana MaDkms.
Can save you money. e-
Cannon '& Fetzer
Thinking of buying a
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. -
; Shoes ! Shoes!! .
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 inNprices
Gibson & Morrison.
Havinsr qualified as the Administrators
- r rslrx--.rra 17rA flprtAftSfid. all nflrftOnS
! owing said estate . are hereby nouhed
st mfilrfl nromDt ravment.
, t i ii Viovd1 w mn'ttriii hp. bronfirnt. Ana all per-
order and would oe S" - T irAn hVv claims against, said', estate
must present them to the undersigned,
duly authenticated on or before the
2nd day of December, 1900, or this no
tice will be pleaded in bar of their re-
A. W. Moose,
J. A. Peck,
Deo. 1st, 1890.
By Caldwell & Stickley, Attorneys.
two nrnor imi vw".
ber we have fresh oysters,
bread, rolls, etc. every aiy.
Joe Fisher, Proprietor.
Lookh g for holi
day gifts dn't fail to see our
ai j aitu
mmmmiml Han L?mps.
Is a handsome, durable- and-gucs StOVe Or Ran 3
arill firmrp.ifltA nno nf nm hnr.d-
j-' somoand artistic Dinn cSets.
An eieganL ime oi tiiebe uuus.
We are prepared
to gi ve the :rpeople this winter
better bargains than usual inJ all
At wholesale: and retail. It will
pay you to see our' Large Stock
Prompt attention given to the
guests of the '
liable supplied from the best on
the market. Polite servants.
Rates: $1.00 to 81.50 per day.
Special rates to regular boarders.
MiRA. KIMBALL Manager.
n Glassware, 'Crockery,
before buying. For Clover Seed
Seed Rye, andRcckSalt go to
G. W. (Patterson's.
WANTED Tt buy l00,0c0
p)uid3ol oid ca3t-iron S3rap, de
iwwnd mil-, foacdry at onQe, for
wh'.uh we w-li ay a fair price. No
burat ;roa - j ted.
ICtf, ..... Concord Fousdrt 'Jo.