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nv oilier paper. Price 81.00
num, in advance.
i'r regular advertisements I
i - Uiiown on application.
Audreys ail communications to
Concord, N. C.
Arrival of. Train.
, . ii.nn Riohmomharrives at 11:17 a. m.
:. Washington " " 10 p. m.
Atlanta " " 7:22 p. m
" Atlanta " " y:3s a. m.
r ' Nov Vork " " 8:4S a. m
- " Atlanta " " 9:00 p.m.
Northbound freight leaves at 11:17 a. m,
' ; Snut lihuuiiil " " " 5:45 p. m.
N'.-s. :i ami 12 are the lora! tr.-iins ht?
.'"!--n'i and Atlanta. Xos. and 6 arc the !
i. i'.: trains hetween Atlanta ami" Washing-
V;. Ns. ami ,S ire the W'ashincrtnn ntiH
S I.;: ::w estern
i C-.-:i.;ord on si
Snah umieQ irams a,m stop i
PETER ieetissi & CO.
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P. Dkatox, local renorUr.
The .-mail child of Mr. George
'irl-.L-r i- (luito sick, lihas typhoid
Mi.! Eflie Bron is assisting INIis?
M iry Brachen at her millinery
Bill Winecoff, who lives on Cold
Vater creek, was in town carrying
ii:s arm in a sling. He ha3 erysipe-
and is a great sufferer.
Mr-1. Y II Elliott stepped upon a
Lroom handle Friday evening and
-prained her ankle, from which she
bar suffered intense pain.
Mr. V A W'Json, who lives at
t. Hill, came in to see us this
a: filing and savs that the voters in
th:;t ?;art of the citv are 1G to 1
:v are 1G to 1 ior
M r-3. Myrtle Craigea, who several
::.(;nths ago went to Texas on a
visit to her old home in Waco, has
:i turned and will live in the future
it Mt. Pleasant.
Mies Nannie Alexander invites
vju to a select display of millinery
novelties, and copies of the French
saltern hats and bonnets, Tuesday,
On Wednesday last Mr. John H
W illiams and Miss Cora Drake, who
ii ve at the Buffalo thread mills,
were united in matrimony, Rev. J
' Moose officiating.
Bev. L M L Lyerly, pastor of
Central Rowan charge, will preach
it Trinity Reformed church torn or
r '.rr; morning at 11 o'clock. He will
also preach at the chapel at 4 p. m.
The Morganton Herald is inform
ed that Mr. Junius Willis, of Bell
wood, Cleveland county, dropped
dead on the roadside a few days
&e;o, and that his death was due to
cigarette smoking. He had been
married only nine days.
Dr. R W Ivy, Dentist, will be in
Concord at Forest Hill in New
Town, house No. 47, Oct. 1 till 8,
prepared to do all kinds of dental
work. He will make you a set of
teeth for $10; gold fillings at 31
ich; amalgam fillings at 50 cents
each. Your teeth extracted with
out pain. All work guaranteed to
be done in workmanlike manner;
9 years experience.
Mies Mary Brachen'd opening of j
H and winter millinery nil! h on
oo?l n- Tuesday, Stiptem her j
-Oth and 2i) ,h. Handsome dlniav !
of n.'lftprn h.if., . A i i
a.iu an tr,(j newest i
Rf.vLo m ,.;n:.. . . I
in uni.juery novelties. All
the public is cordially invito.
To eradicate the poisnna toK?m,
, proauce lover and ague, take Ayer'a
I A-ue Cur;J. It cures without ieav-
i r- "'11
u i annus elF. fr
bnarlotte inowf: Mr. S B R,iih-K
was here yesterday going to Cabar !
rus county on a hunt for cattle. A I
short time atro he whs ri
drove of cattle to this market, when
several colts ran iuto the procession
and stampeded the drove. Twelve
of the cattle were lost, and he is
still looking for them.
"Five years ago, I was taken so
ill with rheumatism that I wa un
able to do any work," writes Peter!
trrb- u k J V , 1
T nnlr T h rco hrvca rvf A , Till 1 i
vuuu. nntu uuaco in A er 8 x lUb ana
was entirely cured. Since that time,
I always keep them in the bouse."
They are easy to take.
TIT Ur-n t 1.
J1 T. W 1 1 her . Antina frw enma
time past on the staff ol the Raleigh
JNew3 and Observer, has become
city editor of the Charlotte News
Mr. Jenkins is a newspaper man of
ability and has a natural tact for the
business. We congratulate the
News in securing the services of
Horace Greely once said : "The
way to resume is to resume," speak
ing of again putting gold into cir
culation after the war. But you
may say, "resume" any number of
times to that tropical liver of yours
and it won't budge until you take
Simmons Liver Regulator. Many
people seem to forget that Constipa
tion, Biliousness and Sick Headache !
rm :ill rn.narl hv n filnnrm"h 1 i vpr i
Keep the liver active.
Hickory Mercury : In the eastern Take laxative Bromo Q-iinine Tab
pari of Burke county during thejlt;ts Ali druggists refund the
thunder storm of Saturday evening i morj(3y if it fajis to cure. 25c.
a 4-year-old boy named S.evens was
standing with his father and camtonyiiio nhkmiI win open mou
mother in the house. The mother! ,,iiy
was between the boy and his father, j
A flash of lightning struck and
killed the boy and severely shocked j
mother was absolutely unhurt.
Nearly twenty 3Tear- ago Col.
John P Barrett, of Hartford, while
in Louisville, Ky., had his intials
carved on a silver ten-cent coin and
set it afloat on the marts of trade.
A few days ago his widow, Mrs.
Mattie Barrett, came into possession
of the identical coin, and now
treasures it as a valuable keepsake.
It has lost little of its polish in its
peregrinations, and every letter
upon it is legible.
' p was the anci
& erit hero con-
w& demned by the
is? tro1; to nii;Vi n hip
- " .
boulder up -hill
forever, lest it should
roll down and crush
him. When the myth-makers
got up that story they
must have been thinking" of
dyspepsia ; for there is certainly no other
trouble on earth that keeps you so ever
lastingly struggling against being crushed
into utter despair. Anything that cures
dyspepsia lifts about balf the weight of
misery that crushes mankind, and wo
mankind. The trouble with most of the so-called
dyspepsia - cures, is that they don't cure.
They give only temporary relief. Indiges
tion usually extends all through the diges
tive tract, from the stomach clear down to
the large intestine ; the liver too is frequent
ly involved in the trouble being torpid and
inactive. For a thorough, radical, per
manent cure you.must have the whole di-o-estive
organism set right. Not violently
stirred up, but regulated. Doctor Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets will do it They stimu
late the digestive juices of the stomach ;
invigorate the liver and help it to actively
secrete the bile ; and act gently on the
bowels to promote a regular healthy move
ment This means a complete and last
Ing cure of digestive troubles.
The " Pellets" are not a severe cathartic.
They act on the bowels naturally and com
fortably though surely. The dose can be
regulated to your needs, and when the
'Pallets" have done their work they can
be discontinued. You don't become a
Save to their use, as with other pills. If
?i SJii-ii.it suegest some griping pill that
S'nS profit, think wkai unit
''' E rtUl 'iw. or the Human
Ti(,e nt T,,i" J'ort, as Seen By Our
Deputy Marshall Richard Kin
is in the city.
Mis Lora Propst
her brother, Mr. Win Pronst
Mr. Kiam King id in Chariolle
-Prof. J F Slnnn epeni last!
"V-ftaud wduy ai Ueorgevitie.
. Mrs. A J Bsalf, of Obariotte, i,
v:siur-si x.l:. C G Mouteomerv. heri
o J i
Prof, i: B Setzler, of North
Carolina College, was in the city
Mr. Charles Phikr came in last
evening from Lincoiutou and is at
the St. Cloud.
Mrs. Ed. Clapp and two chil
dren, of Salisbury, are visiting at
Mr. BF Alred's.
Miss Mary Brachen has return-
3Hed from the north. Her miiliuery
-L 1 ri 1 a i I a r la lmmonofl
display is immense.
Mr. L A Vanderberg. of Char
lotte, spent several days in the city
Master Lewis and little Miss
Kate Ritch, of Salisbury, are visit
ing in the city.
Mrs. J C H Burkheadand little
granddaughter have returned from
Salisbury, where they have been
visiting for sometime.
Mr. Max Barker, of Salisbury,
came down this morning on his
wheel. He says the road is in ex
cellent condition for bicycling.
Prof. Frank Wright and stu
dents, Gus MorrovN, Jason Deaton
and Jascn Foutz, ot Newelle High
School, spent today in the city.
Miss Nellie Fisher left the cit
thi morning for Bellwood, S. C,
where the has charge of the music
a:id primary departments of a high
TO CriKE A CLI I (KE JAY
ic is decidedly important that j
every cifi;: n should kt.ow that the!
Cannonviile t rench ol th oitv !
traded schools will op.-n Monday j
morning, and thj S-andard is rtj- j
quested to announce the fait, benu j
your children promptly from thy.
beginning. Up to date, the toral I
member of children ciiroiU-J at Len-'
tral and Forest Hili tchoole, is!
Twenty-fiye horse power engine
and boiler, large circular saw ano
belting, all in first class order and
ready for use. Been but little used,
coat. $l,G0O. Will sell cheap for
jcash or exchange for real estate with
some cash, ("all on or address G
W Fisher at R A Brown s, Concord,
N. C. s2G d4t w2t
Agents wanted to sell Macintoshes
and Robber Clothing, Tires, and a
full line of Rubber Goods, (Part or
all of). Free samples, and procected
ground to workers. Factory P. O.
IS I cam Hallways.
Under the above caption, the
Manufacturers' Record of this week
contains the following, dated from
"It is stated that an organization
has nearly been completed to build
a railroad line from Concord to a
connection with the Moore County
Railroad, and thence to the Sea
board Air Line at Aberdeen, N. C.
Mr. W B Eekhout, of Aberdeen, is
one of the principal parties inter
ested." There is considerable interest
manifested on the part of all our
citizens concerning the proposed
road, which would be a great boon
to Concord and Cabarrus if it could
Qelp Wanted Female.
$10 to $18 per week to Men and
Women for easy home work. No
books or canvassing. No experi
ence. Bona fide oiler. No catch.
Send stamp for work and particu
lars. E. Herrman, 213 South Sixth
Street, Pniladelphia, Pa. o31
TO talk about ailV-
tiling bllt '
And Linen Towels
rn ii t
See our Plain White
Hemstitched at 5c.
See our Plain '-White
Linen Hemstitched at
12 l-2c, worth 20c
Our 44x21 Fringed
Towels, worth 25c.
THE NEARER THE BONE THE
! SWEETER THE MEAT.
: It is an old and homely adage
, and finds an application here.
, rrlie maker 0f; merchandise has j
ron(wi the end of his summer.
pr - QM1!nn- nvpr . vmira ilnq
J 1, . , -, - -,
YuaL JO "'"
up proauct at almost any reas
sonable sacrifice. We're
watching your interest in this
matter and as a result have
made some purchases that
will surprise you by their
HERE THEY ARE:
Wash goods at 5, 81, 10 and
121 cents. Figured Mohair,
black, 86 inches, at 25 cents.
A bargain, Billows of hand
ksrehiefs, you'd wonder how
it could be done if we hadu't
told you There's no loss to
us, but a
Big Gain to You
and the maker pays the piper.
Come ann see them, 5, 10, 12.
15, 25 and 50 cts.
Oxford Ties: Prince Albert
and Spring Heel Ties in all the
new toes. These are Genuine
Bargains, no old goods. All
new, direct from the factory.
Gome and See Us.
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It 1 D S 0 D QL Ml
5 Per Cent, k Month
I Per ta!. Per Year
Guaranteed to AU In vectors
Investments both Large and Small
WHEN M :' WITH
Th New Y-,rk n-:-fr aient Co.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Cotton,
40 AND 42 UKOADWAY,
NKW YORK CITY. j
- Peopie who iles.te.to have a steady anil
I ure in cvn.; onm i!I .r ftr.elinvestments
end for oiir.evplanatory, t're-
When in need ol Fire Insuiance,
call und see us, or viite. We lepre
sent only tirst-clai 'iou.e "and For
Resp' t a ly ,
WoODlT U K V HaI.RIH.
DR. H. O. HERRING-
is again at the
. s . V7S l"U H
od stand, where
sed to see
ww- v;M mi wno are in
ll-&J need of fcia
PROFESSIONAL - SERVICES
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Tired and broken down women
will find that DR. KING'S ROYAL
GER'ilETUER is a priceless boon and
blessing to them. It gives appetite,
brings restful, refreshing sleep, aids
digestion, tones the nerves, builds up
the strength and puts disease and
pain to night. For
Including all menstrual and worn
difficulties, it has no superior used
both locally and internally. It is
Pleasant to take as lemonade, and .
harmless at all times. New package
iarge bottle, 108 Doses, One Dollars
Sold by druggists. Wllufactet
THE ATLANTA CHEMICAL CO., Atlanta, 6l
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FM &JSicti DRUG SI OKB.