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HATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
.j ; rind I'ut in SSiupe Jty Our
l! ntliHir Pencil Pusher.
rraw hats are numerous.
n,c graded school gaye holiday
bull game is arranged for today
.-, lnv grounds.
1 ris rj is an unusual amouut of
1 ? 1 market.
i;:icaT eggs wer.- handsomely dia
v.,' ii; different parts ef the city
Idea Q een L'aspberry, sprouts
, ; i.is per dozm. Nursery price
-. , e:ich. F. B. Fetzer. 4t
Th? soda fountains are being
: m.1 up In a few days they
. ! ready for caste uers.
:';lt tnJiic ovci be Southern
;. . ivv between Kiehmond and
:. . VM . Every train is crowded.
For the first time in (our duys the
S'-ifern morning mail came in on
lu another space you will see an
v.. rf: 3. merit by Mr. George L V&U
--.mi , who is bioycle agent for the
Hertford and other wheels.
Mr? Misenheimer, who'teaches iu
'he gradf-d school, will give the
children of her grade, the third, a
i icnic tomorrow, if the wea'her is
Mr. Vic Stiller has associated him
f it: rite harness business with tbe
-rs. Lippard, and has opened out
'i !irst-chi?3 shop over the store of
T.: ; ,x R.rri. r.
" " e r . v?ed to announce tnat
will be services in St. James
' r: n church tonight. Not
. !j t1 ru mbership, but all are
r v iavitd.
A -Mill colored boy was riding a
through the streets, joing to
Luiii, Instead of a saddle he was on
:-;' f con:. (The corn bag slipped
: ic- n crime t'p coon.
t. i''v Palmer, of Illinois, says
50 : :!!; Court was right in vx-
-'. fng municipal bonds 'a f rom the
m t'iv, but wrong in exemptirg.
. ! - o.-i rei! t v,
i -r. olephens, whose purse
... eloi'.Dj had left it lying upon
-de, otool upon entering oo Mor
Lentz & Go's, side of tiie
, room and not m Miss Alex.
. :'s, us Y.e- , - '
;i L (jui'iui; president of
'-;.e W. 0. T. U., was in Staces-
d Tmireday and made two Jecs
. ... hi the Mc'.he-Lsl church in
-t place. x liU :- crowd attended
Lui a:iua that the Income
. , as constructed and left by
' . ; :;te court, will stand as the
vol the land; it is too technical.''
"i;eaa;a Olney, Attorney General
'Vj L in ted tSlates.
i ? -N'orth Carolina Lutheran
ed v.ill meet at Troutman's on
' ' v ... r-'io the first Sunday in
' ; Scherer, Shealey, Shirey,
h r, Marks, Brown, Fisher,
; '.-75 Wertz, pastors of churches
v.'.? Synod in Cabarrua will at-
r;-: P-:F::hi Henderson 13 still in
. hmgicn. She has a terrible
, ,ich vaccination. For a month
vi unable to leaye her bed, and
e-3 feared she would have blood
':'-.'!. She h ur, hut not well yet
v mcr.22. --Charlotte Obseryer.
i h--' latest result3 of pharmaceu
1 ? :ie:icc and the best modern
: )' z "3 are availed of in com-
r.ding Ayer'aSarsaparilla. Hence,
;;! half a-centnry in existence
i mehcine, it is fully abreast of
rge in all that goes to make it
c standard blood-puriGer,
THE HUSH OF hi CJMANITY..
People Wlio Travel, as Seen lj j nlr
Mr. W S Guthrie, a cleyer ad
vertising agent,was in the city today.
Mr. George Heglar,- of New
London, came in thi3 morning.
Miss Ola Hamilton returned
yesterday from Lexington.
g Mis3 Connie Cline came up from
Mt, A mceaa Seminary this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. V Y Tenipleton,
of St itesviile, epeut the day in the
Miss Pink Kidenhour, of St.
John's, is visiting Miss Pearle Mor
rison, Mr. -Pink M Misenheimer came
over from Charlotte last night and
will remain until after Easter.
- Mrs. E F Correll and children
returned last night from a visit to
Gaft'uey iv d Spartanburg, S- C.
Miss Annie Anthony will leave
tonight for Winston, where she will
Mr. A J Yorke and Master
Jones returned from Salisbury to
day. Mr. John A Black welder, who
is in business in Chester, S. C, and
who is visiting relatives in the
couutv, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. J II Mason is expected
borne soon. There is a yery young
man at hir: house, in fact the young
est Maon w; know of.
Messrs F N Mosely and E P
Norman have returned from Char
lotte. They will leave in a short
time to accept positions on the
Union Pacific railroad as operators.
Small boy8 haye begun already to
rob the poor little birds nests. This
is a practice that should be s'opped,
especially i i the city limits.
As baldness makes one look pre
maturely old, so a full head of hair
giyes to mature life the appearance
of youth. To secure this and pre
vent the former, Ayer's Hair Vigor
is confidently recommended. Both
ladies and gentlemen prefer.it to any
There will be special Ei;!er ser
vices in Trinity Kefonikd church
next Sunday afternoon r.t 0:30
o'clock, to which the public i : cor
dially invited to ati -nd. Key. K II
Parker of Central Methodist vi!l
assist Key. Davis. The singing v.ill
be unusually good.
si ill -.M 0tU!!U!ld O.
vv i ii C4.0 v ; t ! i
iiiyguificcnt lice of
fine hats. You can kve your
choice for lees than the factory cost.
Also a big line of fur net dimples at
-aai o g.-i -
Tl;c I'iiMi Force.
The greatest number in the force
is the way Superintendent George
Barnhardt speaks of tiie chain gang.
The four sent here from Mont
gomery county runs the number up
Mr. Barnhardt has fixed hi3 tent
that now he thinks it storm proof.
Instead of ropes, wires are used.
ror Over I'ifty Years.
Mrs. Winsiow's iootlrngSyrup ha3
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothvrsjfor their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, oftens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Drugiots in every part of the
world. Twenty-live cents a bottle
Be sure and ask for '-Mrs. Winalow's
Soothing Syrap and Uke no other
. . I mvv kvw
We have some attractive
H GENTLEMEN COLORED SHIRTS H
The best Unlannclred
you haye seen.
Of Wash Dress
cents per yard.
For Shirts and Shirt Waist.
Uf Shoes at prices that is very attractive.
SEVERAL SHOW CASES FOR SALE LOW.
One hundred dozen Children's. Misses and Boy's Gaps
at ir and 25c, These eaps are all line goods, worth from 3f)
to r5c- come and take your choice at 15 and 25c.
VirjYS' KNEE PANT SUITS AT 50IH
Hetter at 75c and better still at 1. 00. Everybody can have
a suit. The 00 oonfc suit is abut like you have been getting
for ji 00. The 75 cent is as good as you ewi- got for $1,25,
and the ; J .00 suit ip a good one. These goods are all cliepp
as 5 cent cotton Also a good line of better boy suits
double seats, double knees, patant waistbands, in all wool
goods at 2.75, warranted not to rip.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY ODD COATS FOR BOYS
AT LESS TAAN HALF PRICK.
Thirty dozen Straw Hats for children" at -15c. with eilk
bands. The bonds cost more than we ask for the hato, Two
at less than'half price. We sell
clth that is in them would cost.
tonacie pants at ouc, cneaper
ougly well selected line of men and boys stylish suits.
Elegant line of
Fashionable Straw Hats
The latest and best colored Negligeeand Dress Shirts, a
most attractive line of gentlemen's and ladies' scarfs, ail
bought at prices much below the usual value and as we buy
under value we sell under value. There are many reasons
why you should look over our stock when you want to buy.
We have a full line, ond idaase
GOODS AND STYLES.
We buy in large lots and save from 20 to 30 per C3iit from
regular prices, and often as much as 50 perjeent. We can
always give you the best values.
We want your trade and will make extraordinary efforts to
please you. We put all our energies into this business and
our constant effort is to give our customers the b?j-t goods
for the money, and we believe that we doit. We return
money j.or goous tuat do not suit. . b'ome and see us
A 1T1T A1TH O
LAIN NU No (Y.
Shirt for 50 cents
Goods from 5 to 20
AND K I
O 07 JL
the coats for les3 than the
Men's heavy, strong cei-j
man :c- colloii. xiiso a nicr-j
YOU in "
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I1 I IHII'ill IMP ilM
H H H
i J J UL ZJ J i JL V.
With the'eoming ef spring our
store takes on a
Every thine: bright and fresh.
Shoppers are coming at doable
quick to see our hnndsorne line of
silks in all the exquisite flhades.
FANCY, STAPLE and EVENING
-3TFor wedding gowns the white
is simply perfect. Bridesmaids will
rt joice in the colors. Yes, our line
of silks are the most correct things,
latest imported Cnina, fuiia, Satin.
Duchesse, love waUt silk in exquN
site tints, tapoatees, for shirt .vaists
chansable effects in all hi vies and
the beauty of tUtse goods are made
known when you heai the prices.
ii MARCH M.
Is the month whe?i the reason's,
styles have been decided and settled
upon, we have them in uur weh
known lines of Mjrehandise. Our
are the prettiest and most ylish in
the city and now we ask you to come
and bo convinced that wo have thu
OF SUMMER SE.
ever seen in Concord an 1 the prices
will astound you, thoy aro to cheap.
Bugo Dress Goods 12c vvorth 25c.
Satens 10c worth 15e aud they como
in dress patterns, too.
We call special afctentini to our
line of Mens, Ladms, Misses and
Children's shoe3. Ve always try to
carry the best made and oace you
buv of us you buy again, our prices
are low as the lowest. 1 banking
you for past favors waare truly
MORMON, LENTZ r 30
Coxcomb, X. C.
J. M. Odell, President,
D, B. Ccltk.v?7Tv Cashier.
L. I). Col T iiA.NL, As3istant Cashier
DIREC i OK ;
J. M. Oukll, ). V. Cannon
V. 11. (Jbt:u.. W. H. ij?,-,y,
l'. 0. OoLTiiA ;:.
SEM' N ARY
A Flourish Lit; S.:b for Young
TEN T" l " rTF f?
Ornamental rrai c Iias Reeoi v
tiEV. C. L. T. ITSHFK, A. IYL-
MOUNT PLEASANT, N. C
Corrected by Carmon3 & Fetzer.
Good middling 6
O. i )
Lot mM llm.' 5?
Plains 4 3 to 5
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
5a?' i bh
Sugar-cured narn3 1 1 tol2 i
Balk meats, side3 .. S to 'J
Chickens 20 to 2-3
Qorn 't .'.' .ir
i ij ia
Lard b to 1 1 -