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;,.? Vul an MiaK liy Our
time is coming.
until Christ -
: '.'O'i, in a load of
..1 (J lull Cure. curt
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(inuie Kiine is quite
tr. n-jiiie o. ner meaner on
, Janie and Vallio Brown
: ' ; .in1: -.-rd party to a num
r'1: :3 Thursday niht.
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11 u . 1;
; iSLcr is nan ring cot
Miils. The co:ton
wi.a.-j at the platform.
r iii ker wai not Hooded
r.H!. quantity of the
. r. k was on t!e marker to-
j : : ::ir is practichig nihtl for
; ' - ivai meetings to begin at
rV'-A-' Hill Methodist church, Sun-
.i..ja.l-eiop cherries are reported
tt:ai parts of town, and if frost
iu c l.;oIi them, they will ripen in
:. ffVV Vctrks,
I! y. J II Moose is in Moorcsville
in a pr-:racted service. He
rnua ni that they are having a
Mr. II M Goodmim has the con
iiaLt for hauling the cotton from
the platform to Cannons and the
3 mil la.
u: to Ed. Fisher's for choice
e-rs, northern apples, bananas, j
t;.sa parched peanuts, fresh cakes!
a-U Lue Cindies.
at U il Walker's if you want
anything in the grocery and notion
Don't forget the place op
I) C Furr's at Forest Hill. tf.
Some days ago we published that
-oy, the ton of Rev. C Plyler, had
-led in Montana. He is not dead at
-11, neither is he sick, writes the
Luuoka and Violet Glycerine
sjp, three cak;s in a box, 25cts.
rirkidh Bath Soap, G for 25cts,
pJsitiyely pure soap, Fetzer's Drug
ihe merchants, salesmen and in
iact everyone who is on the street3,
a"e thankful to the clever members
the hose and reel company for
sprinkling the streets.
) M Walker pays the highest
market prices for all kind of
country produce, cash or barter.
Dou't forget the place opposite D C
rr's at Forest Hill. tf.
Lornax Walker, son of County
treasurer Walker, of Mecklenburg,
('d Thursday night in Charlotte.
tte had been bick six weeks with
typhoid fever. He was just 18 years
acinths, Tulips, Easter Lilly,
rrea, Narcissus and other bulbs,
U choice select bulb3 from Peter
Jendsraon & Co. Our prices are
?ey low. Fetzer's Drug Store.
We are not advised, but we do
kao.v of any cotton being ship
1 ' a vjy from (joncor(i n0Wi The
'actoriea are buying it. You see :
4iii.l of Trains.
On Wednesdry next th fw.,i
;leS,,0.. Mil leave Ibr GretD3boIe
I -t ,! the NaiUJll!, among
I "!wm be Mi Biuilj U-b3or,
JiliI'b"-, Mm. Sin..
J aUhle Er ViU ahdFdUi'ip Hill
- u iUuie UHJ,
! Mr Vv E E rahn:d', who recently
, rxu iaSt.u me Urueo property
vviuiu a r.-ti, is ill ;
luvcmeuta oy OuiiUiLg a bar
:"v- a uc, preparatory lo
moving to this city within the next
honv-io 4. 41 r
' c iictvt received.
v 1, .
today fro n
Peter Henderson & Co., a laie stock
ot ouibfi for fall planting, Hva-
!c:i: - ilJ, Tulii K-ister Lilly, Frtsea,
:uo;.u3 anu others. Gail early
nnd make selections. Fetor's Dru-
loudiiii, 01 JNewberry,
1 r' t-
U., and tduor or the Lutheran
. .u.. ,W) ui;uiu i.nurciaay
mh.io t.u iwutc home from IStaunton.
He epeiu several days at at. John's,
w:th his brother-in-law, llev. J Q
Don't send your mouey away and
pay express iu:d postage on Flower
Bullj. We hae a large stock, euin
bracing line Named Hyacinths, Tu
dpi, Eurter Lilly. Select bulbj at
iow prices. You will save money if
you buy of us. Fttza-'s Drug Store.
Air. Robt. Hali, of Enochviiie,
soiu cotton to-day. He got l:iO for j
it emu ae taiu no w;: piei.Jcu ana
satisGid. The way he treated this
ushc-baDg' we knov it. Mr. Hall
is cne of those men that make the
country better by hying in it.
Miss Mary Brachen has returned
from the North. Miss Elli- Brown,
who accompanied her. to Baltimore,
hus secured a position with a large
miiik'cry establishment at Mathis
burg, W. Va. She will not return
belore Christuia , or later.
Speaking of Judge Bynum's silver
wedding at Greensboro, the Morgan
ton Herald, among other things,
says : "The guests were received by
the charming hostess, Mrs. Byuum,
who whs assisted b Mrs Emily
Gibson and Mrs. John P Allison, of
A Raleigh correspondent writes :
The finding m the Superior Court
here of a true bill against: Charles
Brown and Satterfbld, of the L3gis
lature, is expected. Mr. Smith,
member from Stanly, and other mem
bers of the Legislature, have been
before the grand jury.
The Wade3boro Messenger says :
So great is the demand for empty
molasses barrels here that it is al
most impossible to get hold of cne
for either love or money. Reason :
Farmers are now making into mo
lasses the largest sorghum cme crop
ever grown in the county.
She is not a snake charmer, but
the lady who was sitting beneath the
shade of a small tree on Main street
evidently hath charms, having been
somewhat frightened recently by the
sudden appearance of several- little
lizzjrds that teasingly played around
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a secret
preparation. Any physician may
have the formula on application.
The secret of its success as a medi
cine lies in its extraordinary power
to cleanse the blood of impurities
and cure the mo3t deep-seated cases
of blood disease.
Mr, Jeff Shoe, who lives near
......it,., ,. : . j i i
Rockwell, Rowan county, a good,
warm friend of The Standard,
was in the city with cotton. He
liyes llmiles from;Salisbury and 16
miles from Concord.
Miss Essie Fisher, of Enoch ville
High Sshool, wa3 in the city doing
onma rolmnnii?. In
T.j n ... 1 ' ": , - ,-'-' ' ' ' f i'' I
XJ HOC ilViUw ' - - '
f---C-: ?i-rr-cs'--- Tint's
S ABSOLUTELY PURE
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
IVopIc Vi ii4 Trnvcl,, as Seen hy ur
1 Mr. C A Dry, of- Albemarle,
was in the city.
Mr. Charles G Suther, of Hun
ters ville, is in the city.
Mr. J M Mooro has gone to Al
bemarle for a few days.
Miss Connie Cline is home from
Merit AiL'sa for a few days.
R-y. J II Page is in the city,
tlvj. guest of Mr. W G Boshemer.
Mr. C F Wadswortb, of Char
lotte, was in the city Thursday
Misses Lila and Mary Stafford,
of Ilarrisburg are visiting at Sheriff
J A Sims.
Merchants L J Foil and C G
Ilviiig, of Mt. Pleasant, were in the
Mr. C G llcilig and sister, Miss
Grace Deilig, of Mt. Pleasant, were
in the city today.
Messrs. P B Fetzsr and J C
Wadswjrth returned last night frcm
a trip to Albemarle.
Mrs. S E White, who wa3 visit
ing her father, Esquire R W Alli
son, left last night for Virginia.
Capt D N Beunetr,of Norwood,
was here yesterday and last night,
but returned to his home this morn
Mr. and Mrs. W R Odell en
tertamed a numbei of friends at
Eibeth la3t evening, the oacision be
ing a tea party.
Misa Jennie Kirk, of PalmeTS
vide, Stanly county, passed through
the city last night en route to Nash
yille, Tenn., where she goes to teach
Cure lor Headache,
As a romady for all forms of Head
ache Electric Bitters has proved to
bo the very best. It effects a per
matent cure and most dreaded
habitual sick headaches yield to its
influence- Wo urge all who are af
llicted to procure a bottle, and give
thisramedy a fair trial. In cases of
habitual constipation Electric Bit
ters cures by giving the needed tone
to the bowele, and few cases long
resist tho use of this medicine. Try
it once. Fifty cents and SI 00 at
Fetzer's Drug Store.
YOU BUY Av
For men, women or boys at prices ranging
from $15 to $80. Wo ship from factory subject
to approval and are the only manuf actur
era selling direct to Consumers. We have
no Agents. We offer greater valne in our
oxford Gladiator wheeU at StO toSKO than
other raaaaf acturera with prices from tlOO
to ? Every wheel fnlly warranted.
r V ;"ay local denlcra a, profit of Fifty
I ' "Jut . Cut this out and write to-day for
tC liandsomc catalogue. Address,
We are not offering our en
tire stock of goods for less
tlian it costs us we don't
want you co think so.
But we want you to know
that we have gone through
our stock and picked out sevs
eral hundred pairs of
the finest goods we carryin
ISro. 2, 21, 3, 31 and 4, that
we waht to get out of our
You mav know - this means
prices are not wliat we are
looking for roday, but we
want you to have a pair of
these slices. They will go
anyway at about
Now is the tiniejto come. They
will not last but a few days.
In the lot will be aboutjHO
JMo. 6, 61 and 7 thatjmust be
moved. The Shoes will all
on the right when you enter
Come in a hurryjto
LOWE & SON.
If the fashion plates are
to be believed, will wear
black, and there never
was such a demand for
BLACK DRESS GOODS
to the exclusion 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 hove just
gotten in our black and
navy blues bought when
the prices were low can
sell you 7o cent Henrietta
Surah for f)0o 40. inches
wide Can sell you a $1
goods f)0 incites wide for
76c, Our stock of. Black
Creapones are the latest
production. We ask all
Ladies to see our dress
goods before boy ing else
where. Do you want to see the
prettiest line of
LADIE'S SHOES :
ever shown in Concord
Then come and see us and
Our No. 49 narow Opera
Toe perfect beauty.
Our No 71 Needle Square
Toe prettiesTseoe on the mar-
Our No, 00 Pointed Tiazor
Toe the most stylish yt.
Our No, 70 Pound Toe
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.
Mormon, Lentz Co
THOUGHT OF BUY
ING A FALL DRESS?
44 inches wide 40 cents
per yard. 36 inch
27 cents per yard. See
our fdine of ladies
Crepons, Crovenetts and
Henriettas. They are
the lattest. Don't miss
them if you want a black
are simply elegant.
Cannons & Fetser
" aQa minuiacturd u
rt'- Such is business
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