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U" H Lilly is mire eiok and
.. 1tv!i contiued to his bed for
Mr. Clnl White is with Cannons
I, - r, on the clothing side, dur
;i tue fill season.
Mr.-. Wagoner, on West Depot
-rer. ii h-iving a drive nicely graded
. rili; front of her residence.
After September 1, the stores will
to keep open at night. Many
if tin- merchants did not close, any
No::i Carolina college opens next
iitsday, September 3, and prospects
o: a l.rge enrollment is
.Lowe & Son, as you will see in
their Lew advertisement, will have
j, spteial sale of lawns, etc., on
The home on North Main street
:;f Mr. F A Archibald has been pur--hased
bv Dr. D G Caldwell, who
will soon move into it.
Ktiv. M A Smith has announced
hat a reyival will begin at Forest
tiill Methodist church about September-15,
so says Key. Simpson,
Mr. Fink M Misenheimer shot
Anto a heavy of English sparrows
Wednesday at the Fenix roller mill
nd killed fifty-two birds at once.
"With today's issue we print a
schedule of rates to the Cotton
States Exposition at Atlanta as fur
wished by the Southern railway.
Eight cases of typhoid feyer, in
two families, is reported at China
'irove. Mr. Frank I Frank Patter
son, of that place, is quite sick, also.
Mr. Boatian, the Racket man,
tells vou in his adfertisement of to
day about the cheap lot of lace curs
tains and other articles of usef ul-i
The Observer says that last Sun
day was one of the greatest days the
street car line or unariotte nas ever
hid. The receipts from fares were
Among the improvements of the
oity is one at Forest Hill Methodist
hurch. The pavement immediate
;y in front of this building is being
-'-lit of cement.
A number o little girls and boys
jf the city, on Wednesday, changed
their attire from that of girls to
beys and boys to girls. It was a
?reat time for them.
At Anderson, S. C, the town dacU
lies have prohibited the livery men
from hiring a horse, running a
transfer, or ice and dairymen from
filing ice or milk on Sunday,
iiey. Walker White, who ha3 been
siting relatives in this county, with
two little boys, has returned to
itatesville, where he will join his
mdy. He will return to Texas
ibout September 15,
ot one complaint has ever been
made by those using Ayer's Sarsa-
parilla according te directions.
- - rthermore, we have yet to learn of
case in which it has failed to afford
"t-nent. So say hundreds of drggist
dl over the country. Has cured
sabers, will care you,
Mr. W W Morris has a walking
ck which he brought with him
-om the mountains, on which he
saa very artistically carved emblems
the order of Masons and of the
aPpa Sigma society. The .stick
v&3 cut on the top of Juna Luska
untain. His talent as a carver is
A man by name of Coleman was
OMr! brought tj town from No, 9 town.
5Bhin nml lodged in jail on Wediua
. day for carrvincr nio,i ! i i.
While Lhe baseball games by the
colored people ia rear of the city hall
are quite noisy, they furnish amuse
ment for quite a lare crowd of
spectators every afternoon, who
greatly enjoy the fnuny ruoyemeots
and play of this people.
Mr. Paul McGraw, a brother to
Mr. Frank McGraw, of this cib",
met with a painful accident while
chopping Tuesday by an axe glanc
ing, which cut a terrible gash in his
foot. He lives in Kowan county,
near Organ church.
You cannot say that you have
tried everything for your rheumas
tism, until you have taken Ayer's
Fills. Hundreds have been cared of
this complaint by the usa of these
Pills al one. They were admitted on
exhibition at the World's Fair as a
lThe Daughters of the King"
have postponed ther ice cream party
till next week, when they intend to
add to its attractiveness by introduc
ing a "Library Party," the books
being represented by signs or fanci
ful designs, which will make it very
interesting and amusing. "A prize
will be presented to the best guesser.
HiickleirM Arnica fcnlye.
The Best Salve in tke world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay requi-ed. It is
guaranteed to give statisf action or
monev refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P B Fetzer'a Drug
A Smoke llouwe Bobbed.
Thieves have got in their work at
the home of Mr. Reese Johnston, in
No; 11 township. Mr. and Mrs.
Johnston are in the mountains at
the home or Mr. Johnston's father
and left on his lantation a family
of colored people.
In looking around the place Wed
nesday morning the tenant discovers
ed that robbers had dug a hole un
der the smoke house and taken from
within all of Mr. Johnston's meat,
which amounted to several hundred
Efforts are being made to locate
the guilty parties. Suspicion in on
. T i Ml I
one or more. Mr. Jonnston win De
appribedcf his misfortune, as parties
have written to him.
To the Citizens of Concord.
On and after the 20th day of this
month ot August, I will open
out a first-class meat marKet ana
will be glad to serve the public with
their needs in the fresh meat line.
My place of business will be m the
McNinch store room, hrst door
above marble yard on West Depot
alO lm. J. F. Day vault.
It 1 Lord Mot Uoyd.
Charlie Lloyd, the murderer, be
longs to a family in tnis county
known as "Lord." He was raised
near the Phoenix mine, this county,
and his father and mother still live
there. His father remarked, when
hearing of Charlie's act, "it's mighty
bad, but I raised him right.
Old people who require medicine
to regulate the boweb and kidneys
will find the true remedy in Electric
Bitters. This medicine does not
stimulate and contains no whiskey
nor other intoxicat, but acts as
tonic and alterative. It acts mildly
on the stomach and bowls, adding
strength and gitf ing tone to the orv
a t.iiorflhv aiding Nature in the
Berformance of the functions. Elecs
trie Bitters is an excellent appetizer
and aids digestion. Old People and
it just exactly what they need. Price
bottle at Fetzer's
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
ft'eople Who Travel, anSeen by Oar
Dr. W C Houston ruurned last
night from Monroe.
Prof. U T J Ludwig was in the
city tod.y from Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. and Mrs. James P Cook are
spending the afternoon in Charlotte.
Miss Nannie Cannon left today
for Charlotte to visit Miss Bonnie
Mrs, Dr. R;S Young and Master
Robert returned last night from
Mr. J H Mason left today on
his monthly tour through the eaeti
ern part of the state.
Masters Harry and Springs
Montgomery returned to the city
last night from Raleigh.
Miss Janie Richmond, who has
bten viiiting in Danyille for some
time, is expected to arrive home to
night. Mr. Holland Thompson, who ia
to conduct the Concord High school,
arrived in the city last night from
Mrs, R L Dick and little sister,
Miss Katnerine Lentz, left this
afternoon for a week's visit to rela
tives at Mt. Pleasant,
Mr. Daniel Penick, who was
visiting at Mr. Sam Pharr'e, left
this morning for Virginia, where he
will spend some time.
Prof, and Mrs C Richmond
Harding and two little daughters
arrived in the city last night from
Virginia, and are guests of Judge
Miss Rosa May Phillips re
turned this morning from Rock
Hill, S. C. Accompanying her
from Charlotte were little Misses
Sadie and Nellie Herring.
Miss Fannie Sims, of Charlotte,
who hag been visiting her cousin,
Miss Alice Sims, on Bell Avenue,
returned home today. She was ac
companied by Miss Alice Sims.
A Mhu Who RAlledAifninst Religion
.Stricken Dumb ami Ask to be
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 27. A
special to the Morning News from
Athens, Ga., tells of a remarkable
incidtnt that occurred at a big
Methodise revival in progress for
the past week at High Shoals, four
teen miles from that place. WiK
liam Hoguewood, living at High
Shoals, was once a Methodist, but
had turned unbelieyer. He would
attend the meetings and go in . the
church, but soon coming out, would
get a crowd around him and ridicule
the whole proceedings.
Sunday afternoon, while loudly
railing out against religion, etc., and
while in the midst of a sentence he
suddenly stopped, and has not spoken
since. Everything possible has been
done to restore his speech, but to no
avail. The man is sound and hearty
in eyery respect. He went to the
the church yesterday, and was seen
by the minister to be shaking all
over. He took paper and pencil and
wrote a few lines and handed the
note to the pastor, who read it to the
meeting". It was : "I am doomed to
hell. I now believe there is a hell.
Pray for me. The affair baa caused
an immense sensation. He is still
When Baby wat sick, we fare her CMtorU.
When she was a Child, the cried for CMtori.
When she became Miss, she olung to CsJftori.
Wbea she bad Children, she gart them CorI.
WE ARE GOING TO
SELL THE IMBAL
ANCE OF OUR
THESE GOODS SOLD FOR
12 1-2 to 15c,
NOTHING RESERVED FOR
just received a lot of
pjetty percales for
Shirt Waists. Don't
fail to see them.
of new and Stylish
prints just in. Good ;
a few pieces of Or
gandie Lawns that
will go at low iiguies
want the coolest and
prettiest hot weather
dress call and see our
2-yards wide white
lot ofk Ladies Black
Hose to go ot 5fcents.
OUR NAVY '
Blue Crepons for
Shirt Waists are the
correct thing for Hot
of Ladies Oxford Ties
in Black and Tans are
the handsomest in the
town. Go, say the
Ladies and our prices
are lower too.
and more Tobacco Lfor
less money than can
be bought in Con
cord. You that use
iobacco can save
money by seeing us
Morrion, Lentz Co
Bought Before the
Advance in Price.
Beautiful, dark Crepons as
changable and as Pretty as
silk only 12 cents, worth 15
NEW FALL SHADES
in Henriettas 40 inches wide
only 25 cents per yard.
ALL WOOL SEEGJt
86 inches wide, 27 cents wortb
PRETTY FALL STILES
in Percales only 20 cents.
ALL WOOL (fine Merino)
French Flannel for Ladies
Dressing Saeqmes only 50
cents per yard.
See our Croyenette absos
lutely RAIN PROOF , 5G
u by his work.
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