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aavera' daya ago yisited Barium
Springs, N. 0. It was the first ad
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Fiitea Xrc-m COc. to ?4.00 at tlie
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which I '-in acq:..'-.;:itt.i I -vpv - - ay
f'r uistrr.t -- hon rnt.th ! v.-ill consider thr
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r-:v..r.t A. y-i spoktn highly cf their experi
co; in t !.-.( outside practice with Castoria,
ml int rest of tlx i x -:hi M rt n. a nd use Casto: : i ;r!l allh.-uh v : o:i!y l...vc a?r.ong our
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-ire :r--viae men . u o--f-, f.y I'-rnr-g ..i vt-t we are free to ct.r.fc?n that the
opium, morphine, sooth nig syrup and "ther !1;;Tjt;; ,r Cestui ia has won us to look with
hurtfi: .gents '.".- :i th-.it tr:t:u':; tli.Tvly f'uvvr !'.. it."
sending I'ni to pr-nr:ture graves " ; l'Mr.j Hospital a:o Dispensary,
Dk. J. 1'. XiNCHi.i-or, Boston, Mass.
Conv.ay, Ark. i A i lln C. Smith, Pres.
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proven in1 '.i cntiro-j
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now to .e :i Vi-Iu djie rc?:edy for
As calling it the 1 Po:-;?n Spring"
tended to create i irfj;iice against
; thv ne of tho rutr:r th ; name has
been changed to the 13 r'wm Spring.
The sprirg l- pccdiarly eitnated,
i being on the. top of a. roky knoll,
jahout li t teen feet hh:h?r than a
I brooh over forty feet distaid, and
eight to ten feet higher than eight
'other Eprimrs aronr.d tl;-? hr.se of the
I knoll, and about 0:10 hundred feet
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J. M. (Jdicll, President
D, B. Cc l thane, Cashier.
L. D. CofFRANE, Assistant Cashier
J. M. Udell, 1). R Cannon
Elam Kino, J. V. Cannon,
V. Ih Odell, W. II, Lilly,
D. B, Colthane,
A Flourishing School for Young
p Ornamenti 1 Bi anchea Receivo
KEY. C. L. Jl FISHER, A. SI
MOUKT PLEASANT, N. C
)opj. i THE ARM LOCK!
i I j i 1 JO L u , o r I V i IN Li
Adjusted at both "ends.
The most comfortable Eed
Spring' yet known to the
world. It will not get one
sided it stands perfectly
square and will not he
THE ARM LOCK
is in many of the best
homes in town and county.
Mr John P, Allison and
Dr. L, M. Arcliey say it
is complete and they
would', not do without
For further particulars call
oa me or address,
J. Wallace Cook.
Concord, N. C.
Look in ?it Cannons & Eetzer's
window at their magnificent line of
fine batp, Ycu can have your
choice for less than the factory cost.
Also a tig line of fur hat samples at
It ha.i no visible outrl ), and the
nah'r re i?) aims at a ce aslant level,
never freezes, nc"er ntagnate, and
it -Yi keep pare e..:ul re fain its cufa
tve efiiclei cv indeiinitely.
. The.-e retaarl-ahle spnrgs are well
known to the Ii;di;:n,:', and their 1
waters were so highly fs teemed by
them for their pot' t curative
properties that they n:r,:h ; lo I
cshfy a regular rejidezvon?, as is j
proven by tradition and by numerous j
evidences of their former occupation, j
The other springs all contain vary- j
ing mineral ingredients, sulphur and
iron being the most prominent ele- I
merits in them. The use of their 1
water3 are free to visitors, j
Mr. Dayvault keeps the spring j
under loc1:, though eight other
springs are free and open. He is j
just as proud and careful about this !
main spring as wen Id soae Concord
men he of a fine girl baby. lie 13
kept busy looking after the'property
and every morning he goes driving
into Troutman's, one and a halt
miles distant, to make shipments of
water. These go to all part3 of the
South, in sealed jugs.
You have no idea justwhat this
property is until you see it. The
ownership is in the heirs of Donald
McRee, of "Wilmington, and could
not be purchased for $6,000.
National encampment of United
Confederate Veterans, Houston,Texas
Tickets' on sale May 17th ind 18th
with return limit fifteen day3 from
date of sale and to be limited to a
continuous passage in each direction.
An extension of time of fifteen
additional days to be'granied on de
posit of tickets, with joint agent at
Houstonbefcre breaking up cf the
Encampement. Fare for round trip ! $
FOR THE NEXT
bisly da a only we will oftr
i:on:o of cur luading pianos at great ly
reduced prices- .V225 ior a 250
piano, A i?35!5 Geuuine Mat hush ok
ici only $28r, Brand new inalru-mei-tp,
new eijie;-, lowest prices
ever known for these instrumente.
We ha vo a very few entirely new
piano.-, in latest style cases which
wo will sell at the spot cash prices
with one yenr'b time to pay for them.
If you want a piano write to us
quick. This offer will only last a
MAIN ilOUSE SAVANNAH. OA.
3HAHLOTTly BRAN GIL
March 0, !SS5.
Have you seen our selection
They are exclusive, You don't sen
them rny where else,
CH ALLIES !,- WASH
SiHi Striped Chailies 12k. Kal
Kai WashSilks at -;hc, and the
two toned effects wool, only lOo
Very Pretty Wool Mixtures, 20c.
per yard. Some very pretty dres
goods to close at 10c per yard.
SEE OUR CHAMOIS FIBRE.
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