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jlt Lilly is out again after
i v,vs of confinement.
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p.v it in The Standard,
i , ' 0 amount of inquiry vill
I the bubstance of it.
I xn court ou6e site or ecklen-
i js vet as uncertain as the 8olt?
I c. m: financial question.
J 3 Caldwell is attend-
- LApiess business for him
ought to be divorced" is
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of something Mr. Bell
J ,f rfv furnitare store,
will have in
1 aiorrud isaue. '
I An improved $35 Domestic Sew.
! -re Macbine.iive drawers,will be sold
t or i-vo cash. Call on or adddres
I v Walker, Concord, N. C. lw
i Mrc. k A Uikle, after speud-
i her summer vacation with her
I Jji'jghter, Mrs. G YY Means, ha3 re
j :nrnti to her home in King's Moun-
J Not a person in the city is more
I r-nerallj uiiseed than is Maury
K:hmond at Swink'a store. He is
uite sick at his home on North
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Monroe j ul for six months, charged
;? tvith st.ahng 4,000 from an aged
; ilsh of Union county, was liberated
; Wednesday on $500 bail,
i Mr. J. D. Heath, who h? s been
i related v,.th Dry, Wadaworth &
j hasfgone to Charlotte, having accept-
td a position with Heath & Co.. cot
; Mr. M F Neshit, of Coddle
? Creek, and Mr, T D Miller, of
i Stateeville, spent today (Thursday)
;- n toe city on ousiness, uaoarrue
lost a good citizen when Mr, Miller
f tcul ku utnic. v inn.
liie small child of Mr. William
HnmU, who lives on St. Charles
ireet at Foieat Hill is critically ill.
Mrs. Parker, an aged lady who liyee
with Mr. Ptuasell, and who has been
iui:e sick, is improying.
Sheriif John A. Sims showed us a
ipecmiea of rare wood brought with
sua from his recent trip to Texas.
Iu has about a dozen pieces, and
iil have tnem trimmed and rlnish
:'i up for walking sticks.
Mr. W A Smith went out to the
-eed gold mine today (Thursday)
wnere a 10-gtamp mill is being
placed. Work in that section in
geld ruining interests are daily in
creasing and the output is still very
Mr. D Coram Correll is in the
--ty from Spartanburg. He says
tnat the "lady baseball players were
billed for a game at that place yes
erday, bat failed to put in an ap
pearance." Some were badly dis
?oang man got on the evening
h&.u at the depot last night to get a
"u of ice water. While fooling
the faucet the train moved off.
tie -was carried to the coal chute and
fct doMn, from where he "drilled" to
tG. The walk was a delightful
j says he, and the scenery along
inroad by moonlight is grand.
;Jho fet that Eccles & Bryau, of
arlctte, are to retire from the pro-I-netorship
of the Central Hotel,
ttt!!s UF'Q many people m a wr.y
io ueath. The Standard s
rejsons for belieying that t! ''
,!ve or a long time in tin
j-'-o ttcc: and be whc.
ac.T friends can easily sec tlr. m v
Your attention i8 culled to the
trator's notice, by Mr. M F
M , a' L:J " B,i J"
: ';: r' uu VVe8t Uor -
Lippard Bros, roller mill will be
ready to begin work about the mid
die oi next week.
North Carolina College and Mont
Amo-ua Seminary, at Mount Pleas-,
aut, opened prosperously on Wednes
day. There would ho.
settling things if a good rain would
fall than by any other piocess we
Mr. John Slirewalt, near the Row
an-Cabarrus line, died Tuesday from
the effect cf a stroke of paralysis six
Iiev. K H Parker will go to Mt,
-iwaoauu tu aabi&i iiev. uiies in a
series of meetings at the M. E.
chnrch, Kev. Giles pastor.
Morrison, Lentz & Company have
an immense lot of linen bosom
shirts, besides everything in the way
of dry goods, not;ons and shoes- See
the.ir new adyertisement.
Monroe correspondence : "Mr.
M L Marsh, of this county, but re
cently of Baltimore, is here for a
few days making preparations for
opening up a drug store in Concord
towards tne last of the month.
A basket picnic has been arranged
for and will take place at Cochran's
school house, near the coal chute, on
oaiuiuav u.u, uDe oi me main
features ot amusement will be the
ball g itne between Grant Creek and
No. 4's team
No appetite ? Then do not try to
force tool down; but use the most
scientiGc meas for restoring tone to
he stomach. How ? Why, by tak
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prinngly short f me your appeute
On Wednesday at Norwood,
Stanly county. Miss Frankie Lentz
was married to a Mr. Ingram, of
Rockingham, Richmond county.
The marriage was a quiet one. The
bride is a sister to our townsman,
Mr. A h LeniZ. -
Mrs. Martin Propst, of No. 5
'ownsV'p, wrestled with a shaking
very much alarmed, thinking it a
congestive chill, I vach wa3 not
the case, however. Irs. Propst is
very il ?shy and was cold for several
A do3e ot Ayer's Lnerry Pectoral
taken in time has prevented many a I
Gt of sickness and saved numerous
lirPH. Thin rirnvea the necessity ot
keeping this incomparable medicine
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wnereit canoe reacmy rcacneu M
all hours of the day and night.
olt. u i uvercasn, 01 v,auarru8
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county, and Miss Minnie Abernathy,
of Catawba county, were married
ueunesuay auu win mnvuu tuc
tttatesvnie train touay ana ame ai
M II Hunter's, on North Church
sireei. vuariune kjubguci,
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The Lenoir Topic, in it's Patter-
son items, say3 something about a
former resident of Concord : Rev, LJ
M Brower gave us a fine sermon at
Chanel Sundav morniner.
He is having good meetings on the
tv r - j u
to see i:utuu iwuhs.
Master Kusseli tiatcnett, ine
bright little boy of Mr. and Mrs.
John D Hatchett, of Memphis,
Tonn.. and gr&ndson of Mrs Esther
Gii'j:1, ot u
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is lying at the
his fssr away home
A message waa
7 the sad intel-
I TF flgMANITyT
l'CO,,le Wl, T'wve,. Seen by nr
-Jde Montgomery has return".
Ud from Albemarle.
Mrs. r B fcetzer is visiting
mends in Charlotte.
Mrs. E H McCouneJl is visiting
at Dayidson College.
Mr. Geo. W. Means came home
Capt. Jonas Cook, of Mt. Pleas
ant, spent the day here.
"Tony," tne Italian fruit ven
der of Charlotte, spent the morning
Miss Daisy King, of Kingwood,
Mecklenburg county is visiting in
Miss Constance Cline left yes
terday for Mont Amceaa at Mt.
Miss Lila Jones, of Carey, is
visiting Mrs. H M Barrow, on North
Mr- Z P Smith, of Raleigh, is
in the city. He will lecture to the
Odd Fellows tonight,
Miss Laura Barnhardt, of No.
11, has returned from a, visit to
friends in Charlotte.
Mr. Olliver Russell returned to
Gaffney, S. C, last night after
spending a week in the citj.
Dr. D J Satterfield returned to
the city last night after an absence
of several months in the North.
-Mr. J P Aldridge, of Newberry,
St C., father of Mrs. W T Fisher.
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iuayor u j aiuweu arnvea in
the city last night from Statesyille.
He returned this morning, accom
panied by his wife and littlt
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Mm. .1 W I'pp r and Hincrht.r.
MlS8 Willie Cre8a arrived in the
cllj toi&J 6om Kockwell, Rowan
county. They are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. N F Yorke.
Mrs. Richard Earner Jr.. of
Qbn Brook Mine, Montgomery
C0Unty, and Miss Sallie McCorkle,
0f Salisbury, came down today to
epend a few days with their sister,
MyB Miann rQ 1,1
It 3Xny Do m Mlacti for You.
Air. TiVflrl Millfir. nf frvmv Til
trouble for many years ; with severe
nains in his back and also that his
bladder was ajOfepted. He tried
many so called Kidney cures but
witnout any good reuU. About a
year, ago he began use of Klectric
Bitters and found relief at once.
Electric Bitters is especially. adapt
ed to cure of ail 5idney and -Liver
troubles and often gives almost in
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our statement. Price 50o. for large
bottle. At Petzer'a Drugstore.
I Kirt IuirovmenU.
Tt is .. useless to sav that much is
-.j. - . -it .
. . donft imDr0Ye, the condition
l the streeti and-to'beautify the
toWn in Tarious parts. A payement
, , ;u nn tllA .flaf- . nf n,.
Lot stet. to extend fromJ where Mr.
q ,a Q- 15- A- fnk fi,.i T.;nQ
roller mill property, which will add
greatly to the convenience and looks.
Major Morrison , keeps the street
force continually improying the
sidewalks and streets.
- , :ui-
une pool table, oans ana cues ; one
bagatelle table, one cook stove, one
grate, two parlor'atovea and a dining
table. For farther particulars cal
at this offi ice. a2tf
Mr. F M Smith, of No. 9, was
married on August 28, to Miss
Emma Care! dc1:, of Un'on county. ;.
LOWE c& SOW.
There is no way whereby
we can expect to secure your
trade this Fall unless we
make our Drices attmoHvp
This we are going to do, We
were so fortunate as to fill our
house with all the lattest
suitable for fall, and winter
wear Deiore the mice ad-
vanced, and we are going to
give our customers the entiie
benefit of the purchase. Our
special sale of
on last Saturday at 5 cents per
yard was a good card for us.
It was a big loss for us, but
then our trade got the benefit
of it and that is all we care
for. 'Tis not otten that you
can buy as handsome stuff at
5 cents as you did from us.
D I M m-ES
worth from m to 20 cents
per yaad went out in endless
quantities at 5 cents, We
hope the people who got
these goods will appreciate
But now it leaves us with a
nice clean new store toshovv
you thisjfall somej'of the
handsomest stuff to be seen
will be'shown righbere.JSS
LOWE &: SON.
If the fashion plates are
to be believed, will wear
black, and there nevei:
was such a demand for
BLACK DRESS GOODS
to the exclusi on of all col
ored fabrics. Nothing
adds more to the beauty
and dignity of a woman'
appearance than a fine
black gown, which is alike
economical and ultra fash
ionable. We have just
gotten in our black and
navy blues bought when
the prices were low can
sell you 75 cent Henrietta
Surah for 50c 46 inches
wide Can sell you a $1
goods 50 inches wide for
75c, Our stock of Black
Creapones are the latest
production. We ask all
Ladies to see our dresa
goods before buying else
where. Do you want to see the
prettiest line of
ever shown in Concord
Then come and see us and
Our No. 49 narrow Opera
Toe perfect beauty.
Our No. 71 Needle Squars
Toe prettiest seoe on the mar
Our No, 69 Pointed Razor
Toe the most stylish yt.
Our No, 70 Round Toe a
grand seller, all at low figures.
Our city trade "Leader"
pure Linen Bossom extra
heavy muslin double front
and back, patent continu
ous facings on back and
sleeyes, custom cut and
at the low price of 50c.
Morrion, Lentz & Co
Bought Before the
Advance in Price.
Beautiful, dark Crepons as
changable and as PrettyJ as
silk only 12 cents, worth 15
NEW FALL SHADES
in Henriettas 40 inches wide
only 25 cents per yard.
ALL WOOL SERGE
36 inches wide, 27 cents worth
PRETTlt FALL STltLES
in Percales only 10 eents.
ALL WOOL (fine Merino)
French Flannel for Ladies
Dressing Saeqmes only 50
cents per yard.
See our Croyenette abso
lutely RAIN PROOF 56