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Addre&s ull coaimunicatioas to
Concord, N. C.
nothing will hinder the consum
mation of this graud movement
Doubtless North Carolina can
furnish the most available spot
of ail for the people to enjoy a
national park. Its nearness to
the centre of population gives it
a great, .advantage over many
that liiilit otherwise be rivals.
Mrs G A Oglesby, of Durham,
arrived here Wednesday night to
spend awhile with her sister,
Mrs W H Lilly.
Miss Annie Bost, of Bosts
Mills, has gone to Winston-Salem
to spend the holidays with Miss
Lenmi Stevens, who is attending
Mnv Ouerv. who has
been spending several weeks
hm Mt Mr. CE C Barnliardt's,
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President M.-Iviuley doubtless j )ns n.iurncil to her homo near
thought that the opposition to I Karrisburg.
Cjxau:!), N. C, Di:c. 21, 1S99.
,v LL 31 LANS VACCINATE.
Note flavor Means' address to
day. We are. sorry that we can
mate the action of the
town council todav in
$ i vnev io tb small-pox situa
tion. We are not alarmed and we
-hi ik not 4an alarmist, but Ave
think the situation justifies the
Lcaiesi precautions. We have
..-:.( r-oTitidenco that the town
council will act with wisdom and
deliberation and hope that every
ch ..... m will acquiesce in.such
i asarcs as are . deemed neces
sary for the safety of the town.
WV bnMove, too. that Salisbury
i. uoing well to suppress the
i -i;tbivak and deserves our deep
.nil 1 hAvai't Avas about .u
sided and has for the third time
sent in his nomination to the
Senate. It is announced that
for the third time or probably
the same old time Senator Butler
will fight it to the last ditch.
Mr. Butler, as some one lias
said, is never on the right side,
much less the side of prudence
and prospective success.
The San Francisco minstreis
will give a band concert tomor
row at 1.1 :o0 and 7 o'clock tomor
row, and a fine minstrel tomor
row night. Don't miss it.
KINCi No. 33 or 0 and order
pure aerated milk and cream.
Now1 is the time to order cream
for Sunday. Prompt delivery.
1 1. Riviera Dairy Co.
Blaze at Florence, S. C.
Florence, S. C, had a destruc
tive fire Monday night. The
water supply failed after some
flighting and the town was at the
mercy of the flames till the main
business portion went into ashes.
Christinas Day on ;i Monday.
The Appalachian! National
Park Association has been in
corporated and is now in definite
Christmas day this year falls
on Monday. The following is
an ancient poem of unknown
If Christinas day on Monday be,
A great winter that year you'll
And full of winds both loud and
But in summer, truth to tell,
High winds shall there be and
Full of tempests lasting long,
While battles they shall multi
And great plenty of beasts shall
By all means ! They shall be strong each one
I ana Keen;
(He shall be found that stealeth
Though thou be sick, thou diest
Shape for prosecution. We hope Headache stopped In 20 minutes byDt
.7. i . 1 Miles' Pain Pillm "On cop a dose."
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" OPERA HOUSE
DEC. 22, 1899. ' , ,
An evening of pure,
Reserved Seats 60c.
Gen. Admisson 50c.
1 Seats on sale at Gibson's
Goods our line is beautiful,
large and well assorted. For
Holiday and Bridal presents, we
are the people. Please do us
the favor to call and look them
over; we are proud to show
them and you don't ijavi: 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.
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We are prepared
to give the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
Heavy aed Fancy
At wholesale and retail. It will
pay you to see our Large Stock
before buying. For Clover Seed
Seed Rye, and Rock Salt go to
G W. Patterson's.
Winter is Coming.
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND THREE CAMS 01
And baveton more car loads on the way.
It ia time for you to lay iii a supply for
the winter, isn't it? I also haye on
hand the best of antracite coal.
J. A. C. Blackw elder ;
West Depot St. at Store. JDaTThonees.
WANTED Tc buy 100,(XX)
pouods of old cast-iron scrap, de
iivered at the foundry at once, fop
which we will pay a fair price. No
burnt iron wanted.
al6tf. Concord Foundry Co.
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0O Suits worth $6.50 to go at $3.50.
Sn0 Suits worth $4 to $5 to go at $2.50.
SnQ Suits worth $3.50 to go at $2.00.
HDn Boys' Overcoats. HCDCD Mens' Overcoats.
Tliese goods were bought by Mr. Fetzer in New York this week and were shipped Thursday. They arrived here Tuesday and are now on sale.
These goods comprise the entire balance of winter stock in Boys Suits of two large New
ork Clothing Manufacturers, and there is a lot of the very finest suits they made
among them. We bought them at half price and we'll sell them that way. Lots of $6.50
suits for$3,50, and $5.00 suits for $2.50. Over 300 Heavy all wool Oakland Cassimers
uits for $1.50. They are $2 .50 suits at any cheap store in the State.
for vour boy at far less mormv thnn vmi nffpn nnv for nnnr nlnfliPQ inf cp i-hl lf u ' i yu.u waSJ 10 good C10I lie
- , . - , ,1 47 s . LJj viVUi.vU) ,uu imo iui unat we bnuvv. wur usual rule will arm v to this salt-
Lverytlnng we say about these goods is straight. Your money back every time on any goods that do not suit or fit orthat fn any way fail to
Hoo Dozen Brisrht Plaid Golf Cia-na Q ti sl,-
Just the kind yon have to pay 25c for at other places. But that's our way. We save you 25c on a $1 on nearly all kinds of goods
"Dozen Finest and Swellest : : I adies' and Gentlemens' Easy
W Keek Ties. : : 1U Slippers at 50c.
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