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.-n- iiiii u(3 con
signed to limbo?
The president's mcssno-e is a
very faseinatiug work of iiction.
The broken marriage mitmov..
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u: biiiMii iii-h Point.
,.:.). n.i.kiltv auvillo nnl
i v(,;i;r.;is nctwc iMi Danville ami
ti . o. 37 hto4;.s for j 'u.-i
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, lor re..T.i:ix- htoi.piny places, i ttiiei niaiTiag3 tne real lire
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iiosi. w range twirls are so timid
that they will jump at a iro-
ariil :!4 -top nl. Concord for
;.'tr to or from the C, 0. tt A.
1 ii:i:- hi taitli Carolina, .( IfM.ryin "Ukl1
TM.-i, rcaoiioit tuiouii Columbia
T, S. 1! and 12 aro the local trains
.:!Mt. t at Suhhbnry with trains of
LKPHiiNE N-A 71
-juauc: J 1842.
;S:;,o Tiii;ik Own Praise.'.'
ila io Circumstances Can a Reality
An-i it is a reality that wo make strictly
-rude. A iartre or maull size, as
ir .1. but only oue jrrade. Why buy
- Mrument -because it is advertised
-lu-np? Purchase no instrument that
stMud liiiih in the estimation of vour
fr- ml; find the Greatest Musicians , all
: iii- y.orld. A Piano with a pure
t' :j- wHieate touch, etc. Iu fact a
I iuh) with everv im.rovement that is
la iicial to the wear; aDd at one price
itnm the reach of all, because we
-M'' you the Middleman's Profit, and it
worth ravine:, too.
ld inf-truments taken in exchange.
: s accommodatiner. Catalogue for
:tkmr. Some bargains in square!
After the holiday shopping
few pocketbooks will be able to
sland a loan.
The matrimonial typhoon is
raging and ti'em is now money
for the ministers.
Our bucket of bliss is now run
ning over that brilliant publi
cation, the Congressional Record,
is now making its dally. visits to
our sanctum. drange vVa.) Observer.
.... ii, Stieef.
::;y Braiicli farcrooa
1 Try on St..
Ikarlotte, A. C
, Keal accordion plaiting done
at Miss Nannie Alexander's.
Mr. Dolph Mauney, of Gold
Hill, who was last week shot in
the face from ambush, is able to
attend to his work again.
Don't miss the musical recital
next Tuesday night to be
given by Miss Van Wagner and
others in the Opera House. Ad
mission 25 and 3 cents.
Miss Lura Wheeler, who
for some weeks has been here
visiting her brother, Mr. Robt.
Wheeler, has returned to Wil
Trkls of ft N,vs;apo!
One of the great trials of the
newspaper profession is that its
members are compelled to see
more of the sham of the world
than any other profession.
Through every newspa-er of
fice, day ariei-day, go all the
weaknesses of the world ail
ihe vanities that went to be
pudhd; all the revenges that
want to ho r. )-,,-,,-! llU the mis
takes that want to he righted; oil
the dull speakers that want to
be thought eloquent; all the
meanness that wants to get Us
wares notice;; in editorial
it .- 1
e a i;
liie advertising eola-nns; all th.e
men who want io he set right
who never were right; ail the
with storios as long as their hair,
and as gloomy as their finger
nails; all the Inuv-, who come to
stay tivu minutes but talk five
hours. In the editorial and re
portorial rooms all the follies
and shams of the world are seen,
day after day, and the tempta
tion is to believe in neither God,
man nor woman. It is no sur
prise to me that in this profes
sion there are some skeptical
men; I only wonder that news
paper men believe anything.
Red Hot From tne Gun
Was the ball that hit G. B Stadman
of Newark, .Mick., in the Ciyii War
It caused horrible Ulcers that 11 j treat
ment helped for 20 years. Then
Hncklcn's Arnica Salve cured him.
Cures Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils,
Felons, Corns. Skin Eruptions. . Best
Pile cure on earth. 25cts. a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold at Fetzer's Drug
Mr. Mack McLelland, who has
- Vv nil mo tin, Mgr. Iben staying at Mr. Will Par-
:: j noil's, has gone to Bessemer
sher Hopkins returned inmovhore llG wil1 work in a cotton
night from Gold Hill. ! inin-
ii accordion plaiting done
Mr. J R Page and family, of
Biscoe, ariived here Monday
niurlit to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
;umey Morrison Caldwell i Hatcliett. Mr. Page has rc-
- attending court at Albemarle turned home.
RING No. 33 or 0 and order
Mamie Ury is spending! pure aerated milk and cream,
week with her friend, Miss ' Now is the time to order cream
for Sunday. Prompt delivery,
tf. Riviera Dairy Co.
Archey Cannon, who is at
Richmond undergoing a treat
ment for his throat, will return
home next week to spend Christ
mas. Rev. Walter Lingle, of Dal
ton, Ga., and Miss Merle Dupuy,
of Davidson, will be married
January 2nd. The groom is
known by a number here.
Mrs. S E Allen, wTho was called
here by the death of her mother,
Mrs. Ann Fink, has returned to
Winston. Her daughter, Mrs.
Saunders, who has been here
also, returned home with her
Rev. Henderson N Miller,
president 'of Mont Amcena Sem
inary, who lias been at the W G
Newman, Jr., hospital for the
past four weeks, is f steadily im
proving, his many friends will
be glad to learn. Salisbury Index.
notice chaiie in Miss Van
- :!e:-sreciu:l to next Tuesday
cunt of a severe cold.
iiss Mary Hendrix, wrho has
n unwell at Mont Amcena
m m ir;n-v has returned homo.
h s Kate Garrett, wdio has
visiting at Mr. H M Bar
. has returned to Kings
ne poles of the Postal Tele
; 1 Co. here in the business
1 of town have been painted
' " pf -cord ion plaiting Hone
- -Nannie Alexander's.-
;ii? Standard has on its books
'"subscription paid to May' 5,
J'! 'l. He is a cash subscriber,
Goods our line is beautiful,
larg) and well assorted. For
Holiday and Bridal presents, we
are the people. Please do us
the favor to call and look them
over; wTe are proud to show
them and you don't have to buy;
but we find that folks generally
do buy after seeing our goods
and knowing the prices. Beauty
in style, Goodness in quality
and Lowest in price these are
the strong points in our stock.
Fetzer's Drug Store.
--"v. J E Thompson and fam
iiave gone to States villev
,l Mr. Thompson will be lo
d as the presiding elder.
A number of friends wTere en
n, .lnt Mrs. RA Brown's
,:vht complimentary to
: Bernhardt, of Sal-
:- ?ind Liliie Povj
; i seen attending
Mmu Amcena Semi---"it
I lou( lay night here
- B hi iiler's on their re
i e van county on account
- illness of their father.
Bake Cakes to
order and would be glad to have
a trial order from you. Remem
ber wo have fresh oysters,
bread rolls, etc. every day.
Joe Fisher,' Proprietor.
December is thinking time
with everybody. The selecting
of gifts at once beautiful, unique
and not too costly confronts ev
eryone. Come in and let us help
you do your thinking.
(Keep your eye on our show
mrz mrj or
06 -Tneia Plaid V eaetien only 15c. yd.
Fancy Plaid Dress Goods only 7ic. yd-
-Sls fir ".J?
BEAVER CAPES, far trimmod, worth n
to close out at 75c
BEAVER CAPES, full sweep bralde lard far
trimmed, worth sj. 75. Our price si.:5
CHILDREN'S REEFERS worth aal
82.50. Our price 81.75
ONE LOT of Black Kersey Capes, taho." male. 15 iu
seewp braided plaited and plain, worth 85.00 an. I 86.00.
Vvre are going to sell them at 83.50 and ( 5.00.
AN ATTRACTIVE line of Fur Capes and Crovats from
81.00 to 82.06 Chaper than can be bought.
I Laaies' Tailor Made Suits I
Full Line of
Can save you money.
Cannon & Fetzer &
Just received a new lot of
Plaids in Somerset and Venitian
cloths. Blue Venitian cloth,
BrowTn Covert cloth. Small
Plaid wool goods in5dress pat
terns No twTo alike.
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
Gibson & Morrison.
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
Ta:rw are, Wood ware,
before buying. For Clover Seed
Seed Rye, and RockSalt go to
Winter is Coming",
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND THREE CARS Ot
And bave ten more car loads on the way.
It is time for you'to lay in a supply, for
khe winter, ien'tC it? I also liayeron
hand the best of antracite coal.
J. A. C. Blackwelder,
West Depot St. at Store. C'Phone 63.
M, L. Brown & Bro.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Just i . . i St. Cloud Hotel.
Omnibir". i 'r all passenger
trains. Outii. -a nil kinds fur
nished prompny an J at reason
able prices. Horses and mules
always on hand for sale. Breed
ers of thoroughbred Poland