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WAXTED-A medium "size,
Cannon & Fetzer Co.
Millions Gin Away
It is certainly gratifying t-j the nuhlic '
arrives at 5
52 a m,
0 a m,
UHl you over see Uvo ,.w c 1 , - -ot ;
n m. rflncr
0.54 pm. "
woli pleased with :v.;,' t ; ; l"i . "ul".ue.-enerons 1,0 )K.prieto;
Hh; Southern' and SS ' R! , discover.- : .r con-
Lowell dunn.Mh s stri -o n , 111 -6umptl011' u'l 'Ms have
nor-i'n- f, stnKo, O' the given away ovor teu million 'r-,n,0lcs
"1U,U01s- " 1S a mutual aiTa?j-.'aau,vetlc M.ct!o:.- ..- .tnf
Ms.j Hi name -Dr. BurbauhsMn , ' " i V
pruned on case. Leave at thi J f ' cnef , anJ 1
joliico for reward. jsnvly cured by it. C,M
j drug store und set a fr '
.ui inos. M Alexander
S 41 a
;.n 'ixiiraimin-al.eu.i ot No
hu;i;,- ii neeeirv for n. ,.,..,... ...
F tzei "s
. '. ' . " i . '"ivl i , '"i- -viiii rM.i.u til.i ' '
or- arrivi.- ;'"!' V .'1m1 fur ,! ro AvUh h,'r Mother, Mr Fd' -
.... i .
, . Hill i : V ! c;li
Mr. Hiram Williams met vi'h
tO))S for ir.s,. , Ml a'X'iCMUlt Ht Ibfi fVmmv, ; . !
l,ovomi : ! 4i v l. n i II L ro.SUlt 111 HI lllS
Vn don't moan two' or tliroo piooo. : '.)in' ?r
liv(4 tib'aisand yards that wo are1 ironic to sril at 5
ooiits rliat is worth 8k. anywht iv olo. A 1 v ,
i'oiidy for you to compare with- oods ! ov
' ':v't bo matcliod.
fr roirulrtr .cw,: .i iniei ,enir torn considr-
! ( . i-.
B.Mi(, ..f N0,vtI1 No. :N :-tops to'
o t l-u.-scu-ers from rebulur .stopnir.r
Pcos .soutb of Ncnvells ami b, tail on
j t.!,ft'rs f,,r,re-uIl;r toppi.r ttC0
nclilmrir or lwvmi1.
,.r .-lu ill V.OIK'OI'1 lor
u C'li-ers to or from thoCVC A-
; u-v imnoit., to A u-n -I h-mtu!
some way he ixol bis iin
into sointj oi the macliinery. "
Cannon's No. 3 here is ul,.y
about completed and is without
aoubtoneof the finest mills m
It is almost a lahu-u
AM) SOMi: EX
lj U. i Li 2 i i J i (J
i i as ilS.
! l!m State
; s -;llt'1 O.uo3m;v (Jeur-iai 'u J-'ass, and is a model of mod
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, -'Mll V.tllllllUIl! M 1
ii-usta. Aiso for jrou-h passen- xP;v;
to or from Kiehmoml or Norfolk,!
or Augusta. Als
T . 11- nd 12 are the W ti trains
itinl ooiiiiet at Siilisburv with tmin
LI THI A
Miss Annie Fost and Mis;
Lena Stevens arrived hero Fri
day niLrhf from Winston-Sal, mii
Miss Stevens has returned home;
from school on account of her
health. Miss Bost has been visit -inir
her sister there.
We keei) Co nee. Sn;.r. Kice
Syruj), Molasses, ria Fanned i
aim . tm ieu Liooes o eveiy
desc-i)1 ion, and a v;i;vb-iH otlier
things too tedious to mention,
but: such tilings as to be found
in a mo.ie.m :.;; jeer , oi'v,.
Nothing kept bat
First-- Class Goods.
Per Gallon At
Mr. Joe Filly, of Norwood,
who is travelling, spent Friday j
night here. Mr. Lilly was re
cently married to s Miss Maude
Morris, who once lived here, but
whose homo has recently been at
Norwood. She has been visit
ing here for more than a week'.
Sign painters have been the at
traction for a number of people.
It is worth the time to glance -at
them as thoy work on the Mor
ris hardware wall but their proof
reader failed to do his duty when
his eye came to the word ''im
plements" in the sign.
Kver brought to Concord from too to SS.OO.
style and color. Don't miss seeing them.
V-afr i- fc-6-
S --T - y "t-i i- f-
S'h the CUiU'cUfes Tomorrow.
:;:z..:;::::: Kev. w.b Oney win preacii
j his last sermon to his congrega
tiou at St. Andrews Lutheran
church tomorrow night at 7:15.
There will be regular services
t i i3 O lih
J-oints of our Flavoring
Extracts sre thoir
ST R ENGTIL
This assures pleasure,
safety and economy in use.
We ask a trial. This will
I nrove our claim mar tiiey
are the best and cheapest. 4
' at St. James Lutheran church,
Weather Forecast: ! tomorrow at ii o'clock and to-
fr ! morrow night at 8 o'clock, by
Uaill tOllig-ht, and :the, pastor, Rev. Chas. B Mil-
- ' liero will nn reauiar sfa; ice
t Forest Hill Methodist church
Lawns, Dimities, Marlboro,
Tissue on due A. F. 0.,
and French Ginghams.
All included iu the excelsior list. This
is u yood show and then it's money
& Fetzer Go.
.sisiWMjMsustei tomorrow moiming and tomor-
row night.- The baptismal ser-
! vices will bo held at the mo.mb.g j
CKjSkw Vlfc. .-sSiLjew
rt raw berries
th" :r-.:o -c ot for this year.
Time will soon!
'Pl..-, will horosrular serv cos "u al
I T. Parks & C.V. .loublo ! at tlio Baptist church both won- !f,'f:" :m'' !lol,sh ."! vow -v-r-j
if you don't know what to give for a weddinu- or
birtlulay present come in and look aroumi. Wo .l;.r, o
1,000 things in Chairs, licdroojn yuitsj and !i( tares, nil
yours for the softest touch on the contlnfs of your purse.
Pictures framed to order while you wait.
"ioi'iisoi; i-t.er 1ms returned
i, : - r-hf,-! I )avidsou college.
Mr. Jno. K Patterson has a
position now with tho Aetna
Life Insurance Co.
The Cabarrus Black Boys will
meet in their armory Tuesday
Mr. J C Bailey, of Marshvillo,
arrived here Friday night to
visit his daughter, Mrs. J W
Concord's junior team of ball
r.invers didn't o to Charlotte
this morning on account of the
The mite mooting was held at
Mr. D B Morrison's Friday night
despite -the bad weather. About
.$1.60 was realized.
Mr. D J Bostian returned homo
Friday after spending several
days at Albemarle He returned
by private conveyance and had
quite a time crossing the swollen
Mrs. K M Turner, of Juno, ar
rived here Friday night to viait
her relatives. Mr. Turner was
formerly the section master at
JUST RECEIVED A car load
of ice. Can fill your orders
promptly. Give me your orders.
'Phone 92. l1'
ing and night, by the pa-
Rev. B Lacy Hoge. Sub; v; ! , j (- . ' ; '
11 a. m. "A Name." Subject for!or hb;
".on KWif tl.'nlr , ,; . .Ui.v tltc ai Odes.
-cratch or ini
done away 'Witn wlien you use
which, we soil under or own
There will be regular services
held at the First Presbyterian
church tomorrow morning ai 11 ; name and guarantee to be the
best and most economical
cleanser of silverware on the
o'clock. Services also tomorrow
nicht by Rev. J R Bridges.
There will be regular ser- j market. 'Pry oiu
viposnt. Hontral Methodist church ; ment. A buP. !-
tomorrow morning and tomorrow j will last a long, lung time,
night, by the pastor, Rev. J A T Q COBBH
Regular services will be held at
the Episcopal church tomorrow7
morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday
school at 4 o'clock. Choral
services will be held at 5 o'clock.
The Best Prescription for Chills
And fever is a bottle of Grove's. Taste
less Chill Tonic It is simply iron end
quinine in a tasteless form. No cure
no pay. Price 60o.
We are now baking in our new
oven and will hava
Furniture and Undertaking., .cr-;, Phone-Xo. 9.
For Business Hen.
You can now parehase frem na a duplicator which
from one copy, either from
J. C. Correll,
Pfione 122, Manager.
Polish . . .
The ideal Metal Polish
for cleaning and
brass, copper, nickle,
Gibson's, Drug Store.
your typewriter or your pen, will produce fifty copies.
If then you wish to duplicate another kind of letter a few minutes only is lost in
making a change. '
It'will produoe twbktt oopibs from aa ordinary copying pencil. There is no
soaking of your paper to be doie, neither will your copies be eticky or curl.
Two sweepi of a damp spong will cleaa the surface of the duplicator and it's
readr for uce aeain.
It's useful to all
kinds of business men
who wish to take sev
eral copies for dis
tribution or preserva
tion. It's a new inven
tion and promises to be
the busines man's
You can see one of them
at the office of the
Postal Telegraph Company.
Call on us for prices
When von want any kind of typewrikr.no matter what name or rade
bronze finished K EM-SHO on yoar desk.
BARRIER & ncCONNELL,
Gall at tho oSoea of tb.;Coaoord 8ten3r!or Postal Telegraph Company,
aid look at the maohine