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JOHN D. BARRIER and SON,
Editors and Proprietors.
Do Not Change Homes in Haste.
We clip the following good
advice from an exchange :
"Don't be hasty about break
ing up your comfortable homes
it t: is ni: .mMiiiN builuixu and going to a new country,
11."- STAN DA Li i 1 '-s published every ! lured by fair promises of easy
'"""v excel t-.a) &ud delivered by
. Hates of Subsci option :
THE WEEKLY STANDARD is a
oar-usre. "Lhtei)hiTj;n iaper. It has
Out: y oar
Si.T i:muv.hfi. . . .
One month ....
8 larger circulation in Cabarrus thau any
ctii.-r.')).i:: "i - Price 61.00 per annum in
chance. Advertising ttates :
T,-i;ii,; for regular advertisements
iTi.:- :. !.!. :i "ppMsatiou.
.'i ir -til ;Mmi lTMotiorx to
Concord, N. C.
money making and great gain.
Every county and every section
of country has its advantages
and its disadvantages. Before
making the change know the
county you expect to go to and
the conditions that will there
confront you, and with which
you will have to contend, and
don't fail to carefully estimate
the value of the i;dvaniages.
The Fill Caved Again.'
Ever since the big rain last
year when a large fill between
here and Harrisburg beyond Mr.
Kee Morrison's place was washed
partly away, there has been
trouble there. Trestle work was
put in, but for the last several
weeks the trains as they would
pass this place would decrease
their speed. It will be remem
bered that more than a week
ago Xo. 11 was delayed over
two horns by it giving way, and
Friday afternoon the trouble
grew larger and no trains were
brought over it that afternoon
or nigiil. .ui ol tne passenger
N. C. Sej,l. l
Ul ( ALL.
i call from out the
A disiinf,t anil clear:
H" heard a summons to arise
From .othtul dullness here;
lit- hoard a call to rise and show
The .-;;y lo nobler things,
To r.o'.:.:i in g'ory 1'roin below
On fan -V widi'spreatliug wings
. mi. w.i-Uimr. then.
Aii-.'. .naiiv a drowsv blink.
A Sea r Oil.
Aicagv til.-,patv h
.villi many a
,i Oi ill .
:v -v van
Tuo uens have gone on a strike
or art- sirikinirb" sarini: with
Com pany .
o llA rents
while magnifying the disadvan-1 bound i'oi Concord, among which
tages of the home you are think -j was he crowd of delegates re
ing of leaving. Sometimes ii is i turniuir from the Woman's Mis
tlie part of wisdom to go slow." j sionary eon veiition wore brought
via Moore.vilie, Barber's Uunc
tion and Salisbury. They ar
rived hereafter 11 o'clock' that
night on a train sent down from
Salisbury to this place. A crew
was at work during the night
and remedied it enough that
i ra ms passed the next morning.
A MO illElI TELLS HOW SHE
I SAVED DAUGHTERS LIFE.
! I h j rhi !( ther of eiuht child-
i rei: tujd h .'u had threat deal of
! sum me:
the uytencery in its worst lorm.
We thotmht she would die. I
tned everything I could think of.
1 saw by an advertisement in our
paper that Chamberlain's eolie,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
was hmhlv recommended and
set and ot a bottle at once. It
A ' .ncairv. eisnat, h o. the :: .
! vj!ir: ' 'firm if mrwi i b imii .
tive tires that has ever occurred
: t the Standard Oil relh"V'-s
broke out at Whiting last night.
It was caused by a leak at the
bottom of one of the stills. A
few miiiuteo after the tire brok-1
out there was a territic explo ci.
Get j and the llames spread rap.diy to
! the two immense tank's com. -in
ir.g -'.L-U barrels vi pi'tiaiiy
Linen, colored Crash, for 5c. a
yard, worth 10c.
Printed Mareaiiles at 12c.
Duck, Plain White, solid col
ored and Printed.
Calico 3c up.
Yard wide Percale at 20 and 25
cents. per pound.
Light colored Outing 5j- & 7.Jc.
Bargains in Towels.
! fined oil. At the present time
' it looks as if the eight remaining
will be consumed.
w'rh medicines. Last
uy little daughter had
far is estimated at spuuw.
J (Three persons were seriously in-
i"orU ili.-patch says tin -jured.
:an Tin Flair
a v." t
rl' in activity of the War
partment is somothini: marvel-
great buildin-, ()US. Secretary Root has more
a line opp.c -m t'ultiiled th ; r. at uf
: ....a- for trust !iis friends. There is no more
! timidity shown, but an aggres-
: sive forward movement which is
Two job lots of Samples of Gent's
line sox, lot No.l, plain and fancy
colors, at 15c worth 20 to 25c.
Fancy colored and black Lisls
at ISc worth 25 to 50c.
The best line of ALen's and La
dies' Hosiery on the market for
Crochet Cotton, 1c per spool,
Silk (short measure; at 5c. Turk
ey Red Cotton, 20c per dozen
spools. Embroidery Silks, filo,
outlining, rope and twisted at 3c
per skein, worth 5 cents. Also
gold embroidery thread at 3c per
i m im"!
TL Settle ;s
Kepifolicans to de-
i'MMhl s. -it' !'a er iia . d oy.
-ii;," . :'d on: ', mv;.
'. '1 tne ;ir. 'ing of tile lU ''-'"
an . .a . . '. the Stat.
proved to be one of the very best
medicines we ever had m the! skein. Embroidery Hoops 5c.
house. It saved my little daugut- j
er's life. I am anxious for every
mother to know what tin excellent j
medicine it is. Had L known it at !
first it would have saved me a
i great deal of auxietv and my
Bone Drffcs StayB :!c, ,
Hooks and I's 10c box.
Thread oc per spool, Satvp
2c per dozen, Brass ;-A, I
paper and 25c jer p..uu..i, lj
Pine Tc, Rubber liued 'l
Shields 10i!, Mourning Vius 1 .,1
5c per box, Aiumniiua ii;;n ,1
5c dozen, Side Combs aiul n,,
I ompadour loo, co;it.
tooth Dressing Coiuoii 1 to 2','
' Jobs in B;x Pap-r at less tL
co-t to produce. 2ac boxi-s for
15c and 10c ones for 5c. jce
Paper at 10c per pound. lLc;;
Erasers lc, Typewriter do."c. Car
bon Paper for typewriter use ,!
sheets lor 5c, Typewriter paper
at 3 ounces for 5c. Fancy Crepe
Papwr for Lamp Shades Oc up
Toilet Paper 2 rolls for 10
and Mucilage 3c, Shoe bAA
lc up, Tan do. 5c, Black Dresdn
5 to 15c, Wood Touth Picks 4c
Boston Garters ISe, Drawer?
Supporters 3c per p..h. Silk
Bosom Shirts 48c.
Glas3 Ware oc up.
Crockery andTinware up stair?.
eneoura-.n.t: to ah inen.oj tno, ,in!e aaucrLtor much iullBriim.-
i administration. No one in Wash-! Yours truly, Mrs. Geo. F. Bur ' I
ic-.ton i'i bts but that the plans j dick-, Liberty, It. 1. lor Sale by j
' .v, insii- laid, uiii M. L. Marbh Co., Druist. j
ls! (Ien. J S Carr has ajrain sliown
k.ii.lt Sh'oj) nkx .
: Chattanooga i i Au hartlnniakr i
e ;Ulanta i.'onstitution says:
'ourtetm-Vi.ar-oid boy named
On account of the time of nirht
numbers of us can not verify the
e.iues mom1 of statement tiiat there was an
n. to bod at his j earthquake Friday ni.ixht about '2
niirht about or 3 o'clock. Mr. Truman Chap-
- i A
no, ielinii well. i man was awakened bv a noise
Abt.-u: o'clock lie arose from land soon twenty-one brick from
ur on his clothes, took 'the too of his chimnev cnane rnll-
!'. ear for the y and i intr Jown tht ro f. R u'-;te:--t
!- :.he dep. .i. wla-;'.? he pu-- .Johnson, at some hour in tin
J '..eke1 to i tome. ( ia. ! nir!)t. heard a noise a :n. m:. relied
aestion before t iie ! his love for his State, and his!
Southport I sympathy for her jeople whoj
; are. in distress, lie has contrib-j
j t: ted si'uo to the fund to aid storm
swept eastern .North Carolina,
ami many a siifferinr heart will
rise U) and call him l)hssed.
ieaiiiinji' Ivome he took a e;b
-;u one ,.; ttie hotels, where he
re ; ' ' ! All t h i -, wa s done wh i le
-a- was sound asleep. When he
awoke this morning he could
hardly bo made to believe that
- i- no: at home. He return -
: i the city on the first train.
v suffering from brain
i ne .u.wors here are puzzled
oval the case, and say it is one
"i tlic most remarkable they
have ever known in their experi
ences. The boy is very exem
plary, and no one doubts tho
tory of his experience."
Every year the Treasurer of
the United States is called upon
to redeem millions of bank notes,
which have become badly worn
as a result of constant handling.
During the liscal year recently
closed Treasurer Roberts gave
new Duis in exchange for old to
the amount of 290,000,000,
breaking the record of the last
six years. This is an indication
that, with the return of pros
perity, money is in free circula
tion . Dai ly Re Hector.
over his house for a burgiai but
found nothing. Our informant
stated that some persons at For
est Hill also felt it.
The wife of a Wellington, Mo.,
farmer dropped an earring while
feeding her chickens last week,
and the jewel was quickly gob
bled up by one of the fowls. Un
able to pick out the particular
chicken, she killed them all, one
bv one twenty-seven in number
---but laded to recover the ear
ring. Then she began to look
around, and found it in the grass
where the old hen had dropped!
it. -Greensboro Record.
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f I he btandard
4- now ia the time to subscribe. !.
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lfWKiw.ilr t . . t t t t t-AAWj
Is 0 Eye for Art.
"What interests you so deep
ly ?" she asked.
"I am trying to make up my
mind," he answered; "whether
that thing oh the table is my new
waste basket upside down or
your new hat right side up."
The largest mass of pure rock
salt in the world lies under the
province of Galieia, ' Hungary.
It is known to bo 550 miles long,
20 broad,:, and 250 feet in thick
You assume no risk when you
buy Cliamberlain's Colic, Cholera
j ojut DiarrhcHj a Kemed v. M. L.
Marsh Sz Co. will refund your
money if you are not satisfied
nftnr usiu it. It is everywhere
admitted to be the most success
ful remedy in nee for bowel com
plaints, and the only one that
never tails. It is pleasant, safe
Gomes from Dr. D, B. Carole, of
Washita, I T. He writes: "Four bot
tles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs.
Brewer of scrofula, which had caused
her great suffering for years. Terrible
sores would break out on her head and
face, and the best doctors could give no
help; but her cure is complete and her
health is excellent." This shows that
thousands have proved, that Electric
Bitters is the best blood puriner known.
It's the supreme remedy for eczema
tetter, salt rheuni, ulcers, boils and run
ning sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys
and bowels, expels poisons, help diges
tion, builds up the strength. Onlv rn
j cents. Sold at Fetzer's Drug Store.
Is tho laundry hard on your goods ?
Some me. Examine your goods as
carefully when you send them to us as
when yon receive them back again and
you will rind that we sew up many a
rip, mend many a button hole, put new
neck bands od shirts not too badly
worn (when requested), and in many
ways try to prolong the use of your
linen. One trial is not a test. Often
damage has been done in preyious
lauadering and we get the blame. Give
us your steady patronage and we will
guarantee your linen to last longer than
when done at many other laundries.
Dy E WORKS
'Phone No. 2
is published every day Sunday ex
cepted) and delivered at your door
for only 10c per week or 3oc- per
pri?its home and other news that is
of interest to our readers and to make
it grow better we must have the pat
ronage of the people. . ;
Giye us a trial when you make
your next order for
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j.you can call for it through
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