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ATC1I OF LOCAL NEWS. THE BUSH OP HUMANITY, j
I p aiil iu ShI Ily Our
iiH!iM- Poncil Pusher.
overal days people will begin
ik about ice.
tiding the chain gang, there
ilrty-eight boarders at the
front to the store building of
y Coek's is receiving a
,: of irreen paint.
o (io vun, who liyed in Con
iV,i) time, id now in Saliss
won pure i;emocrat became
,-f i ore nn AfntnTic Jn Itio
1 in nun
r,'l. ill J
iaru!ard calls your attention
ho children cry for.
K V C; J dwell was in the city,
y-: farmers in his neighbor
i, gone to work in earnest
v. nderwood, a young man of
iville, fell at tne skating rink
v nigUt and cprained his
; hi and wrist.
Taylor Cline came to too?n
half cord of wood. Before
r '.lie et-xiiei ui iuyyu uti nuu
u : applications for it. Wood
liLvd mine n..ar (Jeorgeville,
; iitd himself with a double
;c an amusing siirh. to see
cd people Monday evening;
::g in line to the mayor's oflice
r nme pacnages or "snase
People Who Travel, as Seen by our
Lawyer W G Means went down
to Raleigh last night.
Mr. Chas, P Ritchie spent Sun
day in Salisbury.
Mr. W C Jones, of Wilmington,
was in the city.
J udge W J Montgomery went to
Mr. II G Ritz has returned from
Mr. WB Brewer, of Winston,
came in yesterday and left this morn
ing, going Southward.
Mrs. Dr E 0 Register, of Char
lotte, is visiting at her father's,
Mrs. E M Andrews, who has
been visiting at Elbeth, returned to
LOWE & SON,
!i clary Herald has found
k (hen) eggs. This may be
cm tn, or it may be the re
ef some acts of the Pu-
. plci:.i;ve we have in atating
fvplfii'. ' Gear. nfLSt-i! ovpr
. (In., several days ago, did
in our Corford boy "scjourn
p-;i M-j-up-with- care."
IV'ail- rton, a young
Fayettevillv, died Sa-u rday
I u ?onrr;i,ye chill. lie had
.oior ..;..') loving the hall
. v C'.-ntr acted the
o' i.oi, the jenng son of
Kobmson, of Pore"
5 U':r roughly Monday
v e.l.er boys, fell and
. ; tkl i.nkle. It
. is the roo-vard of merit"
! ii:o. Popular appre
: '.Lat tolls in the long run.
j ,cars, people nav(i oeen
:; Is Sarsarurilla, and today
' ."--purifier most in fayor
; - or old colored woman who
u to purcnase some oi me
-i t-.ap," says that the man
it toll her that it would
.0 i. air row straight, clear
! relieve her of wrinkles-
Salisbury correspondence : "Prof.
C L T Fisher, of Mount Amoona
Seminary, Mt. Pleasant, filled the
pulpit at the Lutheran church here
yesterdry morning and eyenmg, Ilis
address in the morning was mainly
on education and was very good."
A man and woman, supposed to
be tramps, passed through Concord
Monday evening, going toward Salis
bury. They became weary, however,
before very late in the night, and j
when reaching Mr. Pred Glass's they
asked fo-r lodging, but as Mr. Glass
demanded their nauivs, they became
very indignant and pursued their
noses further on. They refused to
I'oiiml Dead in Ilosi.
A Miss Robinson, a maiden lady
ubout 50 yeard of nge, of , Mont
gomery county, who was visiting at
her brother's, Mr. Lawson Robinsun
at Forest Hill, was found dead in
bed Monday night about 12 o'clock.
Miss Robin son w;s apparently as
well as usual at the time of retiring
and had not complained. The cause
of her death is attributed to heart
Altlcrmi n for Ward 1.
How do you like this ticket for
Ward .4: J) P Diwvault and Elam
tie n.ouse was the cause
e recently. One of
i ! .:.s who was on the
: . fro'3 screaming
Ili oiioiiiiziii 1 lie 'I ui if.
"We wi'J wait a few minutes
longer," said th pis tor "in order to
ffivc an opportunity for those who
ro'iy v, !5;h to nni'e with the church
to come forward and do so.?;
A solemn hush fell upon the con
gregation, but nobody moyed.
At last a tall, slender, 1 an term-
jiwed long-whiskered man. sitting
neirthe door rooe up and said ;
"While the young people in au
dience are making up their minds
on this all-important question, I
should like to offer a few thoughts
on the subject of free coinage."
This did not happen in Cabanus
county, but one man, while waiting
on the preacher to come, is said to
have proposed a speedy way to get
rid of the rich men, etc., of the
harmless little crea-l-i
the night, dreams
:' .. k; her sleep.
. I.:. s city.
' Ap rs Hair Vigor is a
,icate lluid, which
.: become rancid by cx
..ir, :iad which is as
: utetor the oil sup-
. e in youth and health,
o::;try can produce.
IiI You i: r
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
vour troubles ? If not, get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
h-n been found to be peculiarly
ii.,fii fo the. relief and cure of all
i iv find ail ! n unn
Pemale vjompiuniu, wauu u
derful direct influence in giving
strength and tone to the organs. If
you nae ijucs n"1'
pation, Headache,' Painting Spells,
or are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable,
Melancholy or troubled ;ith Fizzy
Spells, Electric Fitters is the medi
cine vott need. Health and Strength
are guaranteed by its use. Large
bottles only fifty cents at Petzer's
On sale this week about 100 Gentlemen's White
bnirte, bought as samples, that cost from 80.00
per dozen that we want to clean ut and have
put them on bargain counter at 50 cent each.
-Lhe value is unmatchible.
T he Linen Collars
we are selling at 5 -ents are going rapidly. We
have quite a lot left yet.
Good Values are Going;
this week in Calico at 4 cents per yard. We
have on Bargain Counter this week an immense
lot of Lace, Hamburg and Edging at just half
the former price, which makes it unusually low.
All oi our
lOc Crinkle Seersucker
now at 5c. Ladies' Wool Dress Goods at prices
that can only be met by strictly cash houses.
We have a few pairs, perhaps 60, of the small
2eigler izlros. Shoes
That will now go out at f)0c per pair. You have
never bought them at such prices. Our business
will be conducted on a strictly a cash basis, and
we don't want, and will not have, any bad ac
counts to charge up, and f,add on to the price of
our goods, and make- cash customers pay the
KUM TO OUR HOUSE '
EST With the'eoming of spring our
store takes on a
Everything bright and fresh.
Shoppers are coining at doable
quick to see our handsome line of
silks in ail the exquisite shades.
FANCY, STAPLE and EVENING
&3TFor wedding sowns the white
is simply perfect . Bridesmaids will
rejoice in the colors. Yes, our line
of silks are the most correct things,
latest imported China, India, Satin,
.put hesse, love wai 4 silk in exquis
site tints, tappateeR, for shirt ivaists
changeable effects in all btyles and
the beauty of these goods are made
known when you heai the prices.
m march m
Is the month whew the season's
styles have been decided and settled
upon, we have them in our weh
known lines of Merchandise. Our
and you can rest assuree that you will always get
your wants supplied at the very lowest possible
m SEVERAL SHOW CASES AT A BARGAIX.
''i. ,0t i,
are oiler in g special inducements
Mie the prettiest and most stylish in
the city and now we ask j on to come
..nil be convince d that we have the
ever seen in Cmcord aud the prices
will astcuud you. they ai a no cheap.
; l IfJ) 1i Ml p1 HlkK f If Xft H
for the next un lays,
Wecannof; enumerate the styles' and prices, but invite you
to Inspect our line and see our prices. If you don't buy
won f be our fault. If .you v.our IV. N TS, lend as your ear,
VV e have just received
Kive 1-iu.ndred. Pair:
Buge Dress Goods 12c worth 2 jc.
Sateus l(k' worth loz and they came
in dress pattcr'is, too.
Wo call special attention to our
line of Mii, Ladies, Missts and
Children's shoe?. We always try to
carry the best made ami ouce you
buv of us you buy . again, our prices
are low as the lowest, i uankinji
you for past. favors'we are truly
MORRIONj LENTZ & CO
Cox CORD, X. C.
J. M. Odell, President,
D. B. CcLTiiA ne, Cashier.
L. i). Coltilv N"L, Asdot.tnt Cashier
e: iu.o v ,i - .
e. M. ()u:;ll,
lam ! I :;;.
' . U. Ore- i '. . j. Lilly,
1). !. .' ooi :;:oo;.
line all wool pants that are slightly damaged we oiler these
at SU.'O and up to S.tfO. The ordinary price would be ;J.U0
to o. ()()..
THIS IS 1TOTJP -OPPORTUINIT17
One thousand pairs Cottonade pants, heavy and strong ?fcr
everyday use, to go at the astonishing price of
50 OIEDISTTS iJ VPJIEllB
ZT Five hundred pairs CottonadeoPants at 75c that sold
for S1J5 last year. All new and perfect 'goods. I3oysVlo::g
pants at H c.
fSTNOW IS THE TIME TO BUY&J
i Mount Anioena
S E M I N A R Y
A Plo,:n.:hi:.g ScLjoI foiYoung
0T.-.imf ntrd Pit:; dies Krcivo
Cut etui AdiiiiuL:,
REV. C. L. T. FISHER, A. Mr
MOUNT PLEASANT, N. (J
SALE OF LAXD.
Yours to please
ll 11 r 11 1 V r
t Ut 1 by virPtc oi a I.-c:-.c- of the
I ;upei Court of C;ilj;irru cojutv in a
. ; iu..c-o'lin e;u'tlc:l, Edward
j Gray, J Dove and Harry Gray kU
i ncixt i.ricud, A J .Stouli, :x pi-t-?, J.
i J0I.111 I) lloA, a j coannis.si.ii'ji will ex
I )ose to puhl:!: s;ak; on the lir-l Monday
j in April l'J-", tiiM s tirie l einr the firt
i day oi' April, a' 1 o'clock, m, in from
! of the cou;t l.'iU-o d.-ov i:: Coueord, a
icM iain tract of land in No. 11 towa.-ihip,
I v. ':av, a ijoixda.; tiio lands of J
j Dove, M J Oorl, J Kn,i a:i 1 J G Far?jur
son, containing (40) forty a. ires mere or
! less which said lai! 1 U fu11 .s-.-? ti th in
(the complaint or pttiti ;.i tiled in said
I .-rial proceedi:; :
I lUrixi", of Oiie-third f ad:, Lahru-;
: ..t ,-i K iaoau. . i edit, njie :n 1 at proved
! ::-."--r;;:y r;"!i're 1 "'-h L,., :,,.:.t. iroiutlate
of sale. Title reserved -;t1 ad i.ureh i
ufraoacy is paiJ, . JJSU. 1). JiOST,
Feby. li, dCi,