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Mrs. M C Dusenborv ar- V
i');vi';fr change of schedule took
N.C. 1. 18iH).
s arrives at 5 52 a ra.
w aiion and Ualtimoro to
spond more than a weak. TboV
will return homo for Chi-Ua. Jau
Aunt Betsy Freeman, an old Marc
lady who lor years l-s Vc Mav
living a iow miles below town; gu
mis moved into Mrs. Bhe' 6
HOLiOfiY GIFTS ! 1
Open mh Low Closed !
30 u'S 33 34 ; gvi:
47 4U 45 46 jcS
51 ;"3 50 51 !
130J 135 129 134J
CHIC AC O WHEAT. j
69 m GO 6 !
UJ- 70- 70 70 I
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L' ()0 Jl 171 (1 1 .-.. t)
iWifif Xfjtfc,! jZ'jiZ' Wk! tfV
xiuuse oj in or tn Main street.
. . i ( ( r .)
8 4!) a m, (freight)
. yd'ii rnmi Iult uJiemi t No. ?,
if U( cosaiy for through travel
- : .a i imri-.)n.i, ami is stopped for
-ts arriving from Lynchburg or
i. No. 8( stops rt::narly "for
; ,ro, lieicv:i!t Pauyille and
statiuiis Doiwion Danville and
'iufon. Xo. ;7 stops for pns
cvaiiin:: from j ynchbur- or
i'i.v-ui, ii iv. i io T'i'-te on ivm-
r-;-nIar J-fu- places
vt us. ; ;; ... t 14 ... i.i.
. -.-st liters from regular htnnniTicr
.-"k.u in .u-uoiis :! to take on
for ri'irnkr stopping places,
'U! or ))o oinl.
and M4 stop nt Concord for
: :T - r (,r from tl.r C Q -
-;on-r!!-ir!o!t- to Au-.i.:i-and
t j.omN n South Carolina, Georgia
n.f), it-aeiied tbron.'i Columbia
- . s. 11 aiid lO ure tbe local trains
: ::iw-t at Salisbury with trains of
.. . Division.
u.ter .spendiu-several days ;,'". j -COXCORD m" AEKETS
h..'o will move iota ;,,f j-o.
: Tin-:i:i OwxPhaisk."
' v-i. ';.uj.ju;-.;C'-'s Can a Reality
-oflity tli-a we naVo strictlv
ij-siie House m about two weeks '
The Rockwell roller mill at
Kookw2ll was bun:ed Weunosclav
mght. The loss is estimated at
.,000 without insurance. V,
tnouglit to have been set on tiro.
h Dan Summey, of Charlotte.
who lor a lon.fi: time hnsb- r-n!
wit ii tne Andrews Music House
will begin the first of the vc-;'
witli the John Church & Co.", of
Atlanta. He will travel Georgia
and tlie Carolinas.
Ui C Al Coble and familv.
who have been living in MjV.
Jno. Fink's house near thn
graded school, have moved iuioi
tne house near the depot formerly
occupied by Mr. Turner. Mr.
Jas. Wi He ford has rented Airs.
KING No. T,S or 6 and order
inire aerated milk and cream.
Now is the time to order cream
for Sunday. Prompt delivery,
tf. ' Riviera Dairy Co.
Corrected by Cannon & Fetzer
A Treacher (audi! in His Sin.
A wcll-kr.own 1 ravelling iivmi
who came up from Lincolntcn j
PRODUCE Ai AUKET.
Corrected by Swink & White.
Sugar-cured hams l-.V
iail: meat sides " 74
!'4tt' .".WW 10 to 15
Chickens 10 to 25
Flour (N. G.) ft2 00
QXE Lot of fine dress pattrens tliat are wortli to
w 1. per yd. We are going to sell them at .Vl;(X) yd.
X()THER Lot of fine wool plaids wortli 1.00 and
1.25 to go for 75e. Don't miss seeing- them.
Beautiful French Silk twilled
, - A kir-e or'siuai! mVo as; AVediKday tells us that laiejthem aiui y
!:: -s Hi i ir.sti f.)!-i;t that
i :- ' ui tn3 estimation of your
.1; ! I ti-o (fre:itt Mii-ieians all
"!;.!. A i"iar,o witJi a i,im
al)out two miles I'rom Lincolnton
killed a 2 0 pound hog. He left
it hanging over night, and
! v' Wl''1, V',11 .ai Wednesday morning on r-'oing
mi' !...-nt that is J , 0
tlie we .!-; and at. cue price 'ii- to take it down, found the
1 . '"U'!! f all, Ih-cmuso wo : iw.(- v,xi rjn c.OTlT t.w
tio ....lUi.cu.aii h i . rotit. and it L -x4--r-7- Rvma- O-J-l-.-v
Jeading out into the woods and J ullci Li OLUfC.
IT' viL.. t- o.
5 ')itnii:. :italoiriie for
- i. -'.'Jiic- trniiis in square
' '' i Qjin.-jf t 'I uii'arlurr,
ii fJLiUflj ISaltinioro .Mf.
- BfaesU Wareroom. V;,-,?
4 St'.trlollf, X. C
Goods our line is beautiful,
large and well assorted. For
Holiday and Bridal presents, we
are the people. Please do us
tko favor to call a rut look them
over; we are proud to show
on don't have to buv;
th :i V;l:s generally
do buy after seeing our goods
and knowing tlie prices. LJeauty
in style, Good:; ess in quality
"id Lowest in price these are
the strong points in our stock.
decided to look a little further to
see if he could find the direction
the thief had gone. He soon
came to a rail fence, and there
he found the 'hog hanging on
one side and a negro preacher
on the other. It seems that in
i L 1 m . J . . . J. 1 P . .
Means is ao-nin :ddo t ' lueiiipung 10 cross me leuce
"ter a tew days' sickness. ' vlln 1110 noo on his shoulder he
let it slip. The gambler stick
caught him across the throat
and tlie back f the neck being
against the fence rail, he was
choked to death. Newton Enterprise.
oneord Balvery changed
Jiud Mrs. Ciias. B Miller
d home tliis morning.
f al new buildings are be-'-t!d
for Mr.' Jno. B
near tne 1 jipnard mill. '
'A lley Tronu. n has re
' homo af;or visiting in
V D Shoemaker has re-
here from Mt. Pleasant
visiting Airs. W S Hartsell.
;i;d Mrs. Claude Ritchie,
v London,, spent Thursday
a?id Mrs. Chas. J Harris
i rive next Monday from on
bridal tour to Northern
as goods are what Gibson
h.rrison are advertising to
. See then- ad today.
L. G'vj, Fowler, who 'is
'-'ied in railroad work at
'! -aarle, spent Thursday
' s Margaret Cannon, who
- heeu visiting in' Statesville,
ne to Morganton to visit
11 Reed, who is taking a
hi pharmacy at the Uni
;hv. has returned home until
: :" ' he liolidays.
,-, it has returned to
a ten day V furlough
:e of his parents in
1 1 1 .
' ' L 1 1 1 . j ! I i ) .
1 r the mushul recital
ll;;:iy night to be
Viss Van Wagner and
'!l 'he Opera House. Ad-
-5 and 35 cents.
IJov, Oglesby a Siipcniunierary.
We note that Rev. G A Oglesby
was placed on the list of super
numeraries by the North Caro
lina Conference. His health is
much below a normal and he will
rest and try to recuperate, it is
IS BELIE VIa (i.
Jonfoert a Confederate Veteran.
Capt. Lamar Fontain, of Ly
ons, Miss., an ox-Confederate,
says the Boer General, Joubert,
served as colonel of a Louisiana
regiment in the Confederate war.
"Lester, dear," said Mrs. Gid
dings',' aiixiously, ' to her hus
band, "I don't like that cough of
"I'm soiry," replied Giddings,
but it is the best I have." Col
Now is the time to order
and we will be please to
have your order.
If yen. (3c.'l bolievo it como arid
hoo that it is not necessary to
wend to other to was for auy goods
iu the jowelry line.
Wo now Lt!,vo a beautiful assort
oods. Just come and look,
whotber or not you buy, at our
Diamouuri, Ltatber goods, Gold
and Silver Bracelets, Kiugs, all
kiuds of Silver goods, and the
finest 'issortou 11 c 'of Gold and
Silver Friendship Hearts that
eyer greeted your eyes.
If you can't decide what yon
want to give as a Chtistmas
present jnst drop in and look
around. Don't hesitate to look
and ask us questions, for we are
in the business to please you if
line pearl and gold plated handles
worth $3.00, $3.50 and $5.00.
UK Finest all linen Handkerchiefs, l;anfiful
borders from 50 to 75 cents
MEW Lot of. Down Quilts, Satin and silk iline from
All our fine Capes snd Jackets at a great
BIG Line of Towels and Table Napkins.
of the above are desirable g
Cannon & Fetzer
- I I
' -m Yh " i-1 i
Will make the whoie lamily glad on Xmas day.
from 5c. to 75c.
$1.00, 81.25, and 1.50.
50c. and 75c.
10c;, 15c. and 25c.
Wool' Mittens for
children 10c. and 15c.
15c, 25c. and 50c.
TiadiGS and Children.
Hosiery for all, both
- great and small.
Back Combs, Pom
padour and Hide (MS.
XMAS Umbrellas fron
50c, to $2.59.
Gibson & Morrison.
e are prepated
to give ' the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
kinds of ; -
Heavy aod 'Fancy
At wholesale and retail. It will
pay you to see our : Large Stock
' Qla?ware9 Crockery,
before buying. For Clover Seed
Seed Rve, and RockSalt go to
G VV. Patterson's.
Winter is Coming,
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND THREE CARS 01-
A.nd have ten morecar loads on the way.
It is time for youto Iayin ajjnpplyfor
Ihe winter, isn'tgit? I4 also Layelon
hand the best of antracite coal.
J. A. C. Blackwelder,
West Depot St. at Store. t'PhoneGS.
M. L. Brown & Bro.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Just lii r St. Cloud Hotel.
Omnibuses all passenger
trains. Outhts of all kinds fur
nished promptly and at reason
able prices. Horses and mules
ahvavs on hand for sale. Breed
ers of thoroughbred Poland