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Ni VV iV MAKKIED MECE.
, tory i tc;:at'.rl ;i:a3 its
4 , i ()iiMiOI,s I'firt I'nolo Josh,
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propose-j that if t
!:.. gif ate.l at the anNe
them a lot of good prjeti-Ofcc:r-:.
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a ( r ,,n
, the rounds of the city were made.
Having provided you with a c
for jour bird, said Uncle Josh, "and
no the first thing we'll look niter
will be the furnishings for it."
Hereupon Polly energetically de-
cured that e:u had heard so much
about Cannons, Fetzer & Bell, that
she had decided to go there The
result was that they were u 81 he red
into such a bewildering display that
the jrirl was at flrst at a lo?3 how to
s'.-hct. ihii i he soon yielded to the
nifr e-1 p-irlor
imisii, thai- voui.l h
d -if; credit
to old Antiquity he:
J O this !
sue adi.t'd a dining: room net uith
nil jicmwio?, and didn't for
" c.Owd stun," s.iid the
"and now we'll go to
Mo Hii' ha H, -a re u.d
Here houccvvicIy in
!:-5-l f '! phiv m tnarvels of
". ;vj r.itus. There h-: not an
"' ' - . the country that
" ' " ;e ca'v: rehenavve '-tech
of i. c;ii.-ho!d furnishings Every
T-v, M; .(-.-i f)f kj-chort furTiiture
I Polly fails to accomplish wcr-.h js
! ... ho c a:-:-v t;rt, it will !;ot be fj
i . -.;t ef .uv::or cooking utex-ils,
with all (ouiv.rnenta needed in a
r':"i.la'd kitchen, besides a cle
heat; r for the parlor. While
Polly wfi; selecting her kitchen ap
pa -aia t'harhy bought a supply of
re and Unchj JojIi
'iiuv' r;!,,r:..,;f c. jresent of ome farm
"I.-?s see T promised you a gold
' ir' . T' -aer:edU;ir!e Jcdi
of Polly. C- r.'-ti's Jewelry S'.-jre is
the very place to get o::e cheap.
Therea-vjn th- old
ir.:.: g dlautly
ac'-;u:f tcil hi )! of the pr.rnise
and Jir; : 1 Polly's attention to the
superior .-took of solid silver ware
carrhd by this house. uThis is a
?phT iP.'i h-'.rre" r-tid -h'.- .!!. man,
. ; - ; ' J O
Lh. t ry hr.it. Pick out your
r "'!yr ' :.ok- while here," he
n c : s a magnificent
r f.r;. . --v r f.)?t,".he
kir ''.-r you uvifortunat
;1 goods, this is the
f- r. ne t-
1 ' old turnip' of yours
; h i-v.r in mind that Mr.
a 3 new.
he long before this
::: to rrko in intei
ef p.-ircroric and"
: Well go in anyway.
' :-:omo toilet articles
ud do van
.A e:; i , . .
ban this." P'.;t thid ii
CONCORD, -N. -CM WEDNESDAY,
ornament in any part of ' the house
that can not be- found at Fetor's
in indefinite variety and at wonder
ful low prices. He albo has a
splendid stock of lamps ot every
description -anil table cutlery in
abuiKJanca. Pollj'a order suggei ted
her thorough appreciation..
At this pom ' somewhat to the
effusion of ObaMeR, the old man
indulged in a half serious criticism
of bi3; personal appearence. "You
are decidedly off style for a towns
man," said he, "and w'ed better go
f'- Loe & Son's -clothing etcre Af-
ter Charlea had fitted himself in a
..at late Stvle Suit, frnm thp nilps rsc
fashionable garments that cover
the tables of this extensively stocked
establishment, Uncle Josh declared:
"Now you look like a newly mar
ned man." Before leaving, having
found goods at prices irresistible,
Charles also invested in a complete
oir lit of gent's furnishings, from the
late style hat to a dozen shirts.
Lowe & Son is not to be undersold
in the State.
Uncle. Josh inquired if she was
ready to go, she replied, "No, Uncle,
not by a good deal, I have just learn
ed that Miss Nannie Alexander has a
splendid stock of millinery here, and
from what I can see in the estab
lishmtnt she hag about everything a
womnu couiu aeire, ana 10 prices.,
,'hy, J.ncle Jjah, I could'nt match
111. 1 i .!'
them in Cincinnati." The girl lin
gered for some time in the millinery
department, where she chaf ted with
the clerks and found out that the
trimmer had had a long experience
in the business and was a close stu-
ueni ui m. urging siyiea, v mcu
was a guarantee tnat wort leit in
her nands would be done according
to the dictates of fa-hion and by a
competent artist. Polly declared
that MUi Alexander would always
get her trade in veiling, hats and
At this point Uncle Josh suggests
ed a resort to some place of refresh
ment. At thi refreshment table the old
man waxed philosophical. "Never
neglect your larder." said he. "That
important adjunct kto -housekeeping
controls masculine temper. To that
end you must patroniz? a grocer on
whom you can depend for honest
goods. Through a long acquaint
tance I have found Messrs Sims &
Alexander perfectly , reliable. You
will find him a careful dealer, al
ways iull stocked with every pos
sible thing in the line of staple and
fancy groceries brand ne, fresh and
first class, no shelf worn goods there
while the prices are down to brass
tacks. And then too, this ia the
place of all places for shoes. Polly
found goods and prices so seductive
that she purchased an outfit from a
comfortable house slipper to a hand
some walking boot. Charley in
vested in gents fine shoes, while
Uncle Josh indulged in a stout farm
boot. No one needing footwear can
resist the styles and prices offered by
Sims & Alexander. Polly seemed re
luctant to leave.
"Now to locate a meat market-1
where you can get fiesh, wholesome
meats at all times, Fred Beck is the
-..to supply you. This is the
a v s meat market in the city and is
' a with everybody who is par-
tic "'ar o have the beat. The reason .
i.or all this is because they are care-
ful in the selection of stock and get ;
t --t eva'ytnmj
d kt rp
MARCH b 1895.
CHEW THE FINEST
T. C, WILLIAMS CO., Mlickti ond, Va
For sale by all firsSclass dealers.
I DukROURHAMl I
5337' W.DukeSons &Co.XT?i
GSCTHEAMERICAN TOBACCO BOW?
uunnnn, n.w. U.S.A. T.
vour 'HubbT' in a rood humor trade
at Beck,g market eyery tlme.
TTnplp T h frn(Mi tn h
Uncle Joh turned to his niece
and said, "Polly, I know you to be
too sensible and industrious a girl
hot to want a sewing machine, How
would you like to hate a Singer ? It
has Sot all the latest" improvement..
you know." Why, Dear Uncle, you
couIdnt plea3e me better. I always
have beeu partiftl t0 the Singer, they
are guch EJce machiDes to work
with the Kiri . replied. "Lucky,
rnnkv answcrfi(i the" onerous old
man, "and Mr.,J W Walker is the
agent for .that very machine." "Sell
her a Singer, Mr. Walker, and I'd
foot the bill."
Ea routehome the nartv called'at
the Standard office.. "You will
want the news every day," said Uncle
Josh, and I will subscribe for" the
Daily Standard, I hate to see peo
ple borrow newspapers It is one of
the meanest habits on earth, and
what's more its downright robbery,
I want to see you all start out right
and pay for what you get."
Upon rejoining Polly she began to
volubly express her thanks. .'-You
haye bpught us everything' she ex
"Only one thing," replied Uncle
Josh, Catinons, Fetzer & Bell always
haye a nice line of them and. you
can get one whereyer you wan't it;
I'll pay for the best."
"Why," exclaimed Polly with
great surprise, "Uncle, what can i
"Well, it's a baby carriage,
ap.d ." ;
But Polly had fainted. j
ForOver Fifty Years. j
Mrs. Winslow's Soottrng Syrup has j
been usd for over fifty year3 by j
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, oftens the
gums, allays all pain, cure3 wind
colic, and is the best remedy for !
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the pc or !
little sufferer ia- ediately. Sold by '
Druziats m every cart of the
world. Twenty fire cena a bottle.
e sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow
Sj'jtlaag Syrnp," ynd tuk- no nthci-
Wiiohe NO. 1,
TOBACCC, WHICH IS
North Ualolina c
Cabarrus county f Superior Court.
Elim King, administrator of lu
am Srowe, deceased, plaintiii.
vs. M J Lee, 3far.v Uorton aeid
husbanc1. D A l)orton; Po::
Rice anci husband, Wm Kiee
Joseph Lee. W H Lee, Jane L
Corzine, John 31 Lee, 31 A
Myers, M C tftougb. rervin
FurersoD, Martha Kelly and
husband. Kelly; Albert,
Frank, Elizabeth. Adam, Ste
phen and Alervin FuiesLon,
Mary Meacham and husl ie.
John Meachatn; Eliz belh Fur
gerson, Kobert McGraw, Emma
Parnell and husband, Id Far
nell; Isabella Smith ond L-s-.
band, liob Smith; John C 'ur
gerson, Cora Aiisun and hud
band, W CJ Austh.; Ehzabeih
Sossamonan' hMVn.iid, J-. ! D
Sossamon; li arudt Pru . i
husband, G-ore Fricn, -jr-.i
Annie Furgrsor, defends ot-.
It appearing to 10 n:isfaci.io: of
the Ccurt from thti return c . ; . ' ...
A Sims, Sheriff cf O.barru? County,
N. C, and t Iron: ihe t.X1, ?. o
Elam Ki.'i lilel in ie abc .
tltd anion, th;t John 31 Le( ;
vin lurjersor, Martha Kell: ' i
husband, Kelly, Albert, I rank,
Elizabeth, Adam, Stephen a- 1
other Mcrvin Furgr-j3on a :
residents of this btaU, f.i.d e!Uf i
due diigenee eannut be f-v,
within the State of N..r;h Caaj...;,
and are neces'i- -mCi a .
partiVr to the abovo-crititl l -- "v
pi oceedinj?, whicli has Leoi. auL
in said Court to subject to
j Bale the real 'estate of suid Pn-rj
! ins: assets to m.v the dr !
charges of admin lhtrati on om the ess
tate of said lu,uin Stowe ...i.l
whereas the said defendant'- " !
W Lee, Mervin Fut person, Martha
Kelly and husband, Kelly. Al
bert, -Frank, Elizabeth, Aw .m,
Stephen and MervinFurgersoi' V :ive
an interest actual or contingent as
heirs at law- of said R aaim Su . a
said lands. ,
Now,- therefore, the said John Ji.
Lee, .Mervin, Furgereoxi, 22dii--
Kelly and Kusbhud,, Kellv.
Albert, J'rank Elrzabeth, Adrrm.
Stephen and Mervin Furgerfcon uib
hereby no'tfied that unless th y be
and appear at he office of the'OlerK
of the Superior loui ; of ,
and State aforesaid on or be,iaae i .
28th day of March, lbt.3 and L !. -xl
answer or demur to the eai):ah af
of .tb.,plaintiir in said t p.-aaii. .
ceeding, that the ii.ui:i!;a'
to the Court'for it.o ie i (aai-'!1
ed in the cmplaw; ai-ti.-K! Cu-sU
ThiF, 9th day uf J:'al; uai v. a
. .. -..Gleri; Superior Cii:ii
THE ARM LOCK -..
Adjusted at botii - f '
Spring yet. know ii te; tr
world. It will not rjn.t
sided it stands pei
square anil will not
THE ARM LOCK
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is in iiiciiiy i i '. . .
homes iiLYowi: a uue,.
Mr. Jojni P.
Dr. L. M. Arha
is complete a
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