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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, October 06, 1899, Image 3

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The following elne of schedule took ; -41 ret Junel2, 1S-09. NORTHBOUND, lie. 8 arrives at -o2 a m, 3f, 44 'MO CO am, 44 1 2 4 4 44 7-00 p m, 44 3S " 44 8.51 p rn, (flag) " Si 14 l).4e p in, : 6 44 44 2 00 a m (lreu; t) SOUTHBOUND ;-,v. 37 arrives at S V.) . m, (fla) ; 11 " 44 11 23 am, 7 4 " 8.-51 r m, ,', ' " " H.gt'p'in, (tlas) 33 " ' ' 7-19 w, " r.I 44 " 3-49 a in. (freight) No, 3 ). when ruunmtf ahead of No. 7, is ringed if necessary for through travel south of Charlotte, and is stopped for . . -.-enters arriving from Lynchburg or buyout?. No. 30 stops regularly for i3.seriers for Salisbury, High Point, vireeusboro, lieidsville, Danville and principal stations between Danyille and W'lbhiiiton. No. 37 stops for pas ?,i'Ars'coiiimf,' from Lynchburg or points beyond, and to take on pas ;::r..ror: for regular stopping places .. nh of No wells. ;o. 3S stops to let oil aysenf;ers from regular stopping piuces south of Newells and to take on passengers for regular stopping places, Lynchburg or bevond. Nos. 33 ami 3 1 stop at Concord for nrtst'eugors to or fr;;m the C. C. fc A. Division Charlotte to Augusta and .other points in South Carolina, Georgia Liiul Fu.ritia, reached through Columbia ir August.;. Nos. 7, s. 11 and 12 are the local trains : : a concert at Salisbury with trains of Vv. N. C. Division. TELEPHONE NO. 71 JCLNDED 1842 A "Sixg Their Own Praise." The STIEFF is the PIANO to buy; It bus no equal for the money as you Niti tlit middleman's proiits and it will last a lifetime; but we hav several y ."gains in other m-ikes. W havo hiKt-ii in esclnge for BTiEFPS two lyers k Pond Pianos, ' the finest stvie thfit rirm maim- s.ures and it is almost ;:ew. If you vs.it this make here are bargains. i K CJHpof 5'ian l!tnnfncli?rT. . -, m, OllV'jl iJitlilinore xvrory Braiicii varerooiii. t- i. U'lirliHtxi, JV. C. Co Si. WhMTnotiiii, Mgr. r :XL Tuning. Palace Organs. - hijy t'.l b;Jes v.-ore weighed at platform Thursday. The :r.e: coiitmtiou C'-?'- i.NvLila Hrovn. of Sulisbury, uu has been visiting at Mr. J) y '"aiuum': ha returned home. The regular services begin at ' - lil 1 1 L Methodist church ,.K:h night at 7:45. "Prayer sor- 'ice begins at. 7:ii'j. Services preparatory to Com -i'.'iiiion will be held this even i " -' at the First Presbyterian church at 7:o0 o'clock. A gentleman from Charlotte :;,day viewing tho pos-! oi open lag n news stand : d ;.,.ur,i!ii here. lie is yet uuuccidod. One ltb:) Crayon Potrait giv- en free with each one-half dozen Cabinet Photographs at Scott's -a.'ij upposhe York & Wads worth Hardware store. Aw . Durant .Parker, who quite a while ago clerked in the store of th Cannon & Fetzer Co. has secured a position in the com iHiiy store at Albemarle. Mrs. F V Barrier and daugh ter. Airs. Chas. Brown, returned tu Salisbury Thursday night af ter attending the Davenport-Sapp wedding. Mr. T M Denning and family, whe came here some time ago from Durham, will soon move to; Newton, where Mr. Denning has accepted a position in the New tun mill. Mrs. Malcolm Tentz. of No. 7 township, who for nearly two weeks has been here undergoing a physician's. treatment, has re turned home. Her health is much hotter. : r W. H. Waketiled, of Char X. C, will be in Concord S Cloud on Friday, October -'''h. fer this one day only. His practice is limited to Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat. 4 STANLY NEWS. Albemarle to Have Two Iron Fronts I Mr. Stone to Probably Return Here ( A Methodist Church to Be Built. j We take the following good news from Editor Burins' Stanly j Enterprise: 4 'Dr. O D King is having an iron front placed to his corner brick building, now going up. Ho has an eye to the demands of a special location, and will meet it in an appropriate way. Mr. J C Parker's building adjoining will also have an iron front. "Mr. W A Stone is closing out his stock of groceries this week, prepartory to leaving Albemarle. We regret to lose him and his excellent wife. Our best wishes attend them wherever they go. We understand it is his purpose to engage in farming near Con cord. "A protracted meeting has been conducted during the past two weeks in the grove on fac tory hill, closing last Friday night. Revs. Richardson, Earn hardt and Gentrv worked faith fully, and their efforts were re warded with about fifty con versions. Some twenty or more names were enrolled as the first in the formation of the new church, for which a brick build ing is soon to be erected on the site of the temporary tent struc ture. The survey has been made and a deed given to a lot 80x100 feet. A Sunday school annex will be built for immediate use 55 The soothing and healing prop erties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent onrs have made it a great favorite with the people everywhere. For sale by M. L. Marsh &, Co., Druggists. See change in Patterson's ad vertisement in today's issue of The Standard Mr. Giles Crowell has added much to the appearance of 'his residence by the improvements made. Fresh tish and oysters tomor row in basement of Levy's market. Earl Iiartsell. 'Phone 41. Miss Rosa Pcnick, of Austin, Tex., arrived here Thursday: niffht from "Winston to visit for ! a week or two at Dr. N D Fetzer's. Mr. J H J Kluttz, the photo grapher, returned homo Thurs (lay uiht from Randolph county where he has been staying for soveral weeks. Mrs. R L Duval has gone to Charlotte where she joins her, husband who has a situation there. We regret to lose this ! family from our town. Mr. A A Springs, of Lexing ton, who is proprietor of the March house there, will go to Charlotte next month to take charge of the Arlington hotel. Mr. V E Gardner is in our town as the representee of the! iviutual Mercantile Agency oil Baltimore. He is of course siz- ing up tho busines men of tho njrvii in tut; mutue&iS) ui uumliwss men. FRESH OYSTERS AT THE Concord Bakery. Bread, Doughnuts, Buns, Cakes, Pies, Cream Puffs, etc. Special attention given to lad y patrons. Oysters 35 cents per quart. Joe Fisher, Proprietor. 'PHONE 122. Pointed Paragraphs. itie stereopticon man is al- ways changing his views. The uncertainty of sure things causes a lot of worry, When a woman is in love she's a self-appointed detective. Courage is the tiling that makes people forget thev are afraid TW ftfttrv vc w ' ,7 iiwrivi.Tj J V the verse makers fight shy of the chrysanthemum. Some men when they have anything to say, don't say it, while others say something else If there was a tax on beauty it wouldn't require a board of re view to collect it from the fair sex. Many a man who is unable to drive four-in-hand will waste throe-quarters of an hour in try ing to tie one. A truly great statesman is a politician wiio is able to persuade the people that the thing he wants is the thing they want. A sinecure is a position in which ono man puts you for the purpose of drawing the salary while another man does the work. Chicago Daily News. HOW'S THIS ? We offer one hundred dollars reward for any caee of catarrh that can not by cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, Ohio. We the undersigned, have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly reliable in all business transac tions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure ib taken in ternally, acts directly upon the blood and :, ;cous surface of thei system. Price 75o. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimo nials free. fie Books Are now open for the Fourth Series of the Cabarrus County Building, Loan and Savings Association. W. R. ODEIL, President. L. D. Colt rank, Sec and Treas. Attention Mothers. We have 44 doz. Misses. Ribbed fleeced lined cot- ton Vests with drawers to match; sizes from 13 to 34, at 25 cents each. Call and see them. They are just what you want for the little folks. GibsOn&MorNSOn. They Are Beauties! Every one of them will please you. Come and see them. A fine lot of Opal Rings. W. C. CORRELL, THE JEWELEK. One hundren Childrens' Vestee Suits. Stylish Patterns. Hand some trimmings. New and ele gant designts. Finely Tailored. Altogether Swell. All sizes, 8 to 8. They are $5.00 and l$6.00 suits and strictly up to date. You can have choice at $3.00. One hundred Vestee suits at $1.25 to $1.50. GTheyiare $2.00 and $250 suits. 1 Two hundred Childrens' Reefer suits. Finest goods, splendidly tailored, at $2.00 to $3.00. There are plenty of $5 j. suits " amorg them. Boys heavy, all-wool Kersey suits at $2. You won't find them for less than $2.50 anywhere else. Splendid line of Men's suits just in. We save you 25 cents on every dollar you spend. Cannon c Fotzcr Co. I i ft! FURNITURE. We are the whip to prices Joe ft' ej r25 T URNITURE AND We are prepared to give the people this winter better brfine than usual in all of Heav3: and Fancy Qj At wholesale and retail. It will pay you to see our Large Stock of Woodware, Glassware, Crockery, Shoes, Hats, Etc., before buying. For Cloyer Seed, Seed Rye, and Rock Salt go to Gi Ws Patterson's. SAVING V ft Is the ruvai road to fortune. . c 1 11 you want to .-ave come to y our store, we can .save you money on to double the speed of sales. UNDER 1AKING- il Concord Natioiial h Offeru the businebs imbiic a reliable, p- manent, conservative and accommodufe ing banking instution. We solicit vour patronaw with the assurance of honorable treatment and due appreciation of your patronage. If we can serve you any time we will be glad to have you come and see us. LIBERAL ACCOMMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS Capital and Surplus - $70000. D. B Coltrane, Chashicr, J. M. Odei.l, President, M, L. bKOWN & BRo. LIVKRY, FEED AND SALE STABLES, Just in rearol St Cloud Hotel. Ocl nibuses meet 9.U passenger traina. Outfits of all kinds furniphecJ promptly and at reasonable pricer. Horses and mules always on hand or sale. Breeders of thorough brea Poland China Hp?a, r.

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