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! WHAnns of Forest Hi,
K-f.i promised straws
f. 1 Jgkt to see rhe
, i tive biosSOIllS.
.. ! time to consider
: A a, ;t:ei t sprinkle .
, Mdii of Forest Hill, is
Y.vl';;-.t. court at Troy
" e .: m A Tor cow feed
m otuii For sale bv
'earn balked on M a i n 8freA.
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A1: pO!::? nine.
r .'ol t i Yorke and tele
(,". A- k birycAs.
; : ; ,,:! ,':;.; . with the
, o . . I ! U: ; : ; , ill in i t
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- -;c' h at and exhauss
' ' j AAtfd I" front of
k :-f-r"..v'ji gore Monday
.ve Wedding"- at Ar
i, j. u-.i'ii.j, v i 1 1 i ':, by
'lol'e ; -veil ship.
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THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
rcopleWhoTfuvH, a Seen J,y ur
Mr. A B Young has gone to
Mrs. S J Durham has returned
Mr. El Mnrr is homo again
Mr. W S Bingham spent yester
day in Unarlotte.
Mr. J F Houston wa3 over from
Dr. M Ilolden went; up t:
China Grove last night.
Mi. K B limes, of Winston,
wad iu the city yesterday.
Mr. 1' B Fetzer arrived home
this morning from the north.
- Mrs.W 0 Houston left today for
a visi: to rekAves in Monroe.
- Messrs F L Emery and JS J
Lowe went to Charlotte today.
- -Messrs J M and 7 it Odell were
in Greensboro 'yesterday on business.
Mr. Sidney Ludwig, of Mt
Pleasant, passed through the city,
going to Charlotte..
Bev. Lr.queuxand family were
m the city today and ..i'!l leaye this
evening for Greensboro.
Mr. A J Yorke returned last
night from .Pniladlphia. He sayji
kyii-g i- oi in full in that city.
--Mr A X MoXinch is in Gas
touia, v, here L.: has gone iu the in-
tcrest of his tombstone business.,
Mrs. Lillie Hix, with her little
d:',ugh'er, of ViIke3boro, aroyisiting
utMr. T C Strieker's, Mrs. llix's
Yon can buy the balance of
those handsome, large size
now at a big reduction from
our regular price.
PL AT T 0 P.C A N V A S S ' C O V
ERED ORAL TOP ZiNG.Q
If you need anything of t!i
kind'eome to sse usS
fiarV'ith tho."coLiiiL: cf si ring our
store takes on a
Everythrnt: bnht and fresh.
Shoppers aro coming at doable
quick to see our handsome lino of
silks in all the exquisite -hades
FANCY, STAPLE and EVENING
m fcTFor weddin- -owns ih a white
is simply perfect . Bridesmaids will
rejoice in the colors. Tes, our line
of silks a: - tho luof ecu reel things,
latest imported China, In 1-, , Satin.
Duthes?e, love waUt bilk i,s exqui
site tints-, tapr.atees, 1W shiit .vaists
Chan uablo ctleets in rJl' si .w nni
j the beauty of these oeds ,!.. made
j known when you heai tin prices,
A v f M
-' 'X. Jl X V W
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JlV'EJldL SHOW CASES A T J 'ISA UGA iX.'M
M:ss Ida Dodson returned to
the city today rem Kev York city,
j and is stopping at Judge W J Mont"
tweea Mr; A B Young's query's.
!i:, oii.;- kid glove. The Messrs. liobert Hornback lo and
' r. -.Yar.lrd for ret: ramg j A L Fowler returned this morning
Lorn Burlington, where they spent
Sunday and Monday.
D Castor and V T
' i ompleted their s'ore
ike depot and will begin
s;:.toas at once.
C '-d:-- - all the
i.'-tes in cotton niauufac
;v k:.; ; iitilU -nearly as
vitv ' nt.iu ' ii Lvi liiiu in
s. and 1 -1,370
i r . : ri.-r i'J h-q snpnt.
in Stanly, returning
Mr. Bilis says tk.
hi fever heat, especially
young roan Sides found
Is the month wIica, flJW nnsoTi'-
otjies n.vo been deeule'.i settled
upon, we have t'-e-u in - w-.k
known Hues of Mjrchaiioi a . Our
- fl j Q fer rr srr
ni-e oiler ing ep-jeial inducea.eats
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v , j . -
r e th i prettiest ftid most - 'ylisli in
rhe city and now v.e ask y(-u locome
""1 b. ::onvi:x-r;d O.r-. y . ,,vo tho
-HANDSOMEST T v ...
-OF SUMMLK ; .
ever peen in Concord and tm nrir
I 'yi stoea- . yc-u, Ikey aie -heap.
REMNANT'S: iL M N A NTS
Buge Dre.ss GooiL : -c wotih 2."c.
Satemi 10e worth IT ivud i ;.-. .;,;!1o
in dress pattern, too.
We call Bpciai ;i tie at inn -o our
line oi xMeny, Ladies, jht, unci
Cmldrcn's shoes-. Vy al wu v s try to
carry the best made r.na . . .. "you
buy c! us you buy aain. (. prices
are low as tho lowest.' j .n -inking,
you for past favors wo are t. .;iy
MORRIOK, LEKTZ" Co
1 he picnic season is almost i.ere. ! . ... .
K ibbits laying colored Easter rU ;:s I :: ; P' , V k ' t: -l fl gS ff" h' V V f s. T i '--,
as much a mysterv to rhe small j ' ' te - M.V 4 k ;T CeiniANK,
is as much a m ystcr v to the small
child as is Siata Clans about Christ
"Mact," th- faithful colored de
livery boy, whom 'M.rybody knows
and tr ists, is now carrying goods
about town for Mr. Jno. K Baiter
son. Mack has the reputation of
lem a genuine trump in this line.
r.: .? to buy a good
h;v, figures wilt "call
to r;T rid of it
A or a lepi.
(" the y. -.-'.hodist ; Ji.-y - ceih to o!a:;ue the in for
-for the next ient, lays.
W ecainrr, eiiutnrate the styles awl prices, but invito yon !
to hisj.rcL our lin j and see our prie'ei. if you don't buy .
won't be our fmui. If you wenr 1-MVN I'S, lend us yotireai. i
W e have just received; ' " .......
L. D. Co luli r A
.. -si dent.
: 1 'kOOO
k C. s N'ON,
W. !!,. Lilly.
." Ju uenominaiion
d. tke.ir nann-i ft; a new
A" This informu
1 Mr. J S Dunn.
''.'r-dT Fair ' to find that
1 ;"'A-pi;riders, Ayer s
. .. ; toe only one on ex
1 on is that Aycx'd
weeks a.id mouths. Whereas, if
Mcuday there w;is before the com,
rniscioners two individuals, p.-or uu
fortuuates, who applied for admit
tance to the county home. They
w'-r hnth rk.!.d. One was an
L i:; unbioke to j epiieptic and the other kiepl' maniac,
will take 1 as itjTnGy welv admitted.
Many people, with the notion that
nature oughc to talce cire of heieeif,
nature Were assisted wi h a dose or
two of Ayei'd Cherry Bec'eial, the
cure might be effected m a very few
Mr. Bartlett and his sister, Mi
Barlieti, who have: been vinteriug in
this city and who have made many
warm friends here, have gone to
Charbtte, where they will sper.d a
month. From there they will go
to the mountains of Western North
Carolina for the summer.
ka.-ed dweet potato tu- j The ladies of Central Methodist
A. -A yield will result church are arranging for an unique
Aou-bed land, ii small I entertainment a t armory nan on
Tuesday night AuEl Ak It will be
a "Japanese Wedding," th? rendition j
of which will be exceptionally line
throughout. Let everybody re
member the date and perpare them-,
selves accordingly if you desire an
evening of pleasure.
Ik B. Co: ; ; i j
SAL:-; OK L;i;
Five Hume! red Pairs
or h (f the
sk" i' e:i!'.iH l, ..d.vard
tirny, J m e ;t:id . : C: . .,- v
next lV:-2i(i. A .! Si-;; -h, f..;rt;. j'
Johll D lio.-.t. .'Li C.",itilL. ;..;.? wLi cv-
iine all wool pants that are slightly dam xd we oiler tbes ; t'r .t. h' ?:;': " ,I"-i,.fuy
at 1.00 and up to 2 ;A. ;;;The ordinary prion would be -Aoo I Lif of A-ii'uu'oVio', rilr m"!.-1
! C-v'rdr. !'-if : -e' :e No. li t.Ava.hff
j sn'i'l co;i:'jy, o!'-!ii'- !':' (.f ,f
lev.- whieii s-U-l luad i-; dly -un-Ai in
; eeiui!aini or. pstitioj, nled in :iUi
i i f -
j T-;nn of sale; U?ie-tid:' I c.di, b-.kmee
. .-: i ii lit').- ere ! i ' . note m-,,? ..-, t.U
t" '-e. 1 ale re-er 'ed til! ail p-ii.diase
One thousand paho Cottonade pants, heavy and .AtroD-A :-' ' '.-"r" ,:1 A'-Y-' ';.'
eyeryciay use, logou me asuonisumg irica or a
THIS IS YOUKOBPOKT UNITY
SEMI N ;A!iLY
' l !. s! inches apart, with
r is inches apart in a
: cu. ,-t of easy cultiva-
on: after each rain, killing
i . t i
to oeiore iney are visioie anu
n'T a crust from forming.
JSf Five hundred pairs Cot tonade" Pants at Toe t); -.a sold
for $1.5 last year. All new and perfect goods. BoAA ');:
pants at o ,c.
rr N O W IS THE TIME TO IB UYl
ours to, please
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