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IvlitO -s and Proprietors.
DOWN VITH AUOH'M S A!
AK( OTl S.
rynr !"NA L HUnOttY.
Supt. Chas. II Mcba.ic iu v K -1
tor to county sunrint';ide!ils
and teachers urgim; that due im-
! portnnce bo given to t iu leaching
' xCi: THE HOiUUN I.t Jl,(H(i
1rF. ::, .AN DAK b it. published every
fl .v 8' ' 1 excepted) i. ml delivered by
.lutes o Loorit-ieu :
O,. r 4.00
Oii C. . 2 00
Th-.f. r.ionibe 1.00
Om vit-ati .' '35
01;. 0- 7, 05
lilL YviLUKLY STANDARD is a
Ca.r-ii.ri;v, e.ht-colun.ii paper. It has
' 'ircu.ation in Cabarrus than any
'i "; e Durham Sun in giving the
on;;::e;.!ion of Trinity College
lli.ni! el Society on last Satur
day evening says:
' 1 A lar.L-e iiuiiiber of relics
against alcoholic drinks and nar- preserved to the iiniM'um,
cotics 5-avs with decided for - j ,.;., ! ibe most interest mg ot
If we are to become a sober, which is a- walking stick, loaned
temperate people, we m::st look , io th. : o- iely by Mr. S F Pitt,
to the rising: generations. A ()" Hal I leboro, N. 0. This stick
large per cent of the men and! 11 hickory shrub,
the women whata nitvwe must I disl yhod General
i , -i t- r r rii jv
g;;o it- to l ap;. v 1j o minor,
Price $1,00 per annum m
Advertising Bates :
'.o Hi.'.y-zzi on application.
t -i.l dl eonimnaicatious to
Concord, N. C.
Concord, N. C, Oct. 10.
WE LIKE KEELY'S WORK.
Ours is a weakness, if weak
ness it be as claimed by some, to
be an enthusiast for the Keeley
are for dmnkeness. We are
not surprised at Col. Osborne's
great interest in his work at the
institution in Greensboro when
we lioie U good elf ects wrought
:nd the deep gratitude of wives
tbac onco had a cloud constantly
hanging over them but now send
letters of joy to him over tho
i oscuc of their husbands.
Four hundred thousand is the
record of cures since the treat
moot lias been practiced.
It does not argue against the
iiitituLion i nut many will not
stay cured, for we- think it a
certain"- that all are cured of
-the nervous disease that makes
the desu-j for liquor' irresistible.
It is theirs to choose whether
name women who are skives to
narcotics and alcoholic drinks
will never bo reclaimed from the
miserable bands which are crush
ing their lives, their hopes and
happiness and hurrying them on
to fill untimely graves. Then
how important it is that the aw
ful consequences of those narco
tics and drinks be impressed up
on the minds and hearts of tho
What strong drink is doing for
tho men from twenty to fifty
years of ags, the same, to a won
derful extent, the cigarette and
tobacco are doing for the boys
from twelve to twenty years of
age. The time has come for
teachers to cry aloud and sparo
not. I care not if our school
fund is increased some from
liquor license, the more's the
pity. I care not if tobacco men
give their thousands to colleges
and educational institutions, this
ought not and will not shut the
mouth of any true teacher
against these evils. Yea, what
shall it profil us if our public
school funds are increased and
our colleges are handsomely en
dowed,, if our boys and girls are
to be ruined!
Let our teachers and County
one of his eomnii'iid. Capt.
S ha tier had a silver head put on
it, and on 'this ho had his own
name engraved. There were
thirteen knobs on the stick, and
on each of theso he carved one
of the letters of the donor. The
stick at length came into the
possession of Mr. B F Pitt, who
was tho father of the donor.
This is a very valuable relic,
and its owner has refused some
tempting offers for it. It was
placed in the care of the Trinity
museum through the solicitations
of Rev. E E Rose, of the North
Wo hope some one will rise
and tell- us whether this stick
had anything to do with the
name ' iiiekery" Jackson.
California this year broken
the record in fruit shipments
East, 18,000 car loads agiinst
14,000 for the best previous
year. Much of this fruit was
grown on what not many years
ago was called arid land, which
irrigation brought to life Mor
the3T i1! again expose theai
.selves io the s .gent's coils. Superintendents too, bo living
The chrm is broken for them.
It is needless to say that the
evil will readily come again if
invileu anu piayed with but
why, Oi4 why, 'will 'hose who
!;llvw ""s dreadful power not
.shun r with watchful ca re J.
t ' .- ."-an use
1 V lj
I'rpjors H advantage as a lnedi
Cii:e Yv'i;alu use u onlv :s sucn.
' ha. li.w.vi wiio ca.i't use it vith
oa. .i- :;.-.) ') themselves would
iv.'1 tov-iiit and that f so who
navo J...:uiu,; .-!ave.-i to it would
tal e the fvecioy treatment and
i selves from tho terri-
eiamplesof total abstinence from
the use of all nacotics and alco
holic drinks. I like to see a
preacher practice what ho
preaches, and I also like to see a
j teajh ;r live the life he sets up as
a model for his pupils as nearly
as possible. The very idea of a
Superintendent of Schools or a
teacher taking a drink on the sly
or puffing a filty pipe, or smok
ing a cigarette! Away with such
conduct on the part o teachers.
Thejn are those ashamed logo
ji -.it h be known that they have
'The cotton spinners have
m-tde a second advance l. heir
products to keep pace with the
gone to the Keely, but commend ' riso iLL raAV notorial. We sup
pose everybody is willing to see
all the advancements that are
made necessary by tho advance
ments in the price of raw cotton.
us to the man that will take tho
euro heYdv rather than continue
a shamoUil practice that he can't
The management of the Long
j-Und radror 1 has forbidden
.its employees to address any
female as "lady" and requires
"madam" instead. There is
nothing anyhow in tho origin of
the tcrn lady to ' lar it great
ly. 1,'ndam doube ' ;-: has a bet
tor claim in the spheres of
lioness but the good od
enrapturing name "woman,"
the besr. translation of the term
used by the Saviour to his
mother at that Cana wedding,
ca;, nev er fall into disuse or be
second to any term by which she
Theie are excuses and excuses
- : ' f thenaner but
i he Apox News adds one by way
. '.t;t i he baby has a
; i ! the least assur-
tOotN . e-: .n.-
that tho thing will not be
Red is a well-known signal of
danger on a railroad ana1 on the
point of a man's nose and is
even said to be on a woman's
NO CURE. NO PAY .
That is' tho way all druerffists cell
Grove Tasteless Chill Tonio for chills
and Malaria. It is simply Iron and
Quinine. in a tasteless form. Children
nove it. Adults refer it to bitter, :nau
leatint Tuznca Price. 50c.
Reduced. Railroad Rates.
On account Annual Conven
tion N. C. Daughters of the Con
federacy, Henderson, N. C, tho
Sou thorn Railway will sell tickots
to Henderson and return at
rate of 5.90. Tickets on sale
Oct 10 and 11; finaldimit Oct. 11.
To make the best connections
passengers should leave Concord
at 5.52 a. m. arriving at Hender
son 12.55 p. m. via Durham and
On account N. C. Conference
of M. E. church, Winston-Salem,
N. C. Tickets on sale Oct. 9,
10 and 11; final limit Oct. 19th
at rate of 4.05 for round trip.
On account Presbyterian
Synod of N. C, Asheville, N. C.
Tickets on sale Oct. 9, 10 and 11;
final limit Oct. 21 at rate of $7.00
for round trip.
We have just resolved a lot of Stampad Linens whh .
aro selling far below (heir usual values. It you anticipa-:
any Embroidery for Christmas presents now is a good time to . 'a
your work. Sneel Doylies or squares for lc, larger ones i'2
to 10c. Table and Tray Cover, Center Pieces' Splashers and Scan. .
15 to 25 cents.
Wide hemmed with wide silk stitching as abovo at 5 to 50c.
See Our Window Display.
Embroidery Silks, wash colors, Sc.,
Embroidery Hoops 5 and 15c,
Embroidery Scrim 15c. yard
. .Embroider Silk (not wash colors) l2c
Crocket Cotton 4 and 5c. Silk 5c Short
Special in Stationery Department
200 New Novels at 10c.
Indelable Ink at 10c.
White Ink at 10c
.Game Boards, containing sixteen gams,
$2-25 and twenty dito for S3.50.
See cur 5 and 10c Departments up-stairs.
Nice lot of Glass etc. in them.
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,If you ore not a subscriber to $ If yon have anythins to sell f
now latho time to subscribe. t The Standard. J
Bless tho Dear Little I;;-.--lt.
twas only around the is.lt"ip the iuterebt of John A.
bmitl. 1-as been set ftiv.ii; hj metes and
:'Om their ho;ne and , bonnvts and is kr.otvi' cn lot No. 5) and
Two little folks went to church
their mamma knew thev
be safe. During the long ser
mon they got tired, and the older
one, supposing that the sc'-v;;:l
By virtue of authority yested in me
by a Deed iu Trust or Mortgage, exe
cuted by J. A. Smith and wife, Mary
J. Smith, on the 9th day of December,
18S7, which Mortgage or Deed m Trust
io duly recorded in liegister'8 office for
Cabarrus county, N. C. in Book No. 3,
pages 558 and 559, I will sell at public
auction at the court house door in Con
cord, N. C, on the 28th day of October,
1899, to the highest bidder, for cash:
Said J . A. Smith's entire interest m his
father's real estate located in No. 9
township, boiucr by will one-ninth of
Matthias tomith, deceased, entire real
estate, aupposed to be about . one
hundred acres. (Since the execution of
is bounded as follows: Beginning at a
stone by a d. gv, om and nnrnpr lot
No. 4 ana au.sS. 87 1-2, K. 41 no. to a
stone p.-s white rod:, ITearns corner,
then with his Li S. o, V'. 1G2 po. to a
stone on th t.uiL -d;;r of the great
roRu, nearns corner, then with th
is published every day (Sunday exr
oepted) and delivered at your door
for only 10 e per week or 85c- per
month. . ... .
prints home and other news thai is
of interest to our readers and to make
it grow better we Truest have the pat-
ronage 0 the people
rules held good in churoK led road ns follows: it N. 53, W. 27 po. to
his sister up in front of th, 1 Woi
pit and said: "Please, may w ? lio the road by i. o., Widenbouso's old
home?' Much surprised The S?rr
i ' ! .1)0, ton h'p'tll white oak on tho north
clergyman gazed at tlu-.ix ov ei: ol the io:vd, then a dividing: line,
a. -z l-s, v. in, . to tho beginning,
his spectacles, then he under
stood and said: Certain! v. uiy
children." And the two lodd'ed
out, while tho congregation
contsihiiM' 5( tu:ies. morn or Iosh.
lU.e to Haul property is supposed to
be ffood. but tho purchasor takes such
title attain authorized to convey un
der said mortgage.
E. Bost, Trufh?e,
smiled. Raleigh Times-Visitor. This 27th diy 0f Swt, 1899
Of vq rm a fecial when you make
v your next order for
Work ready when promised
If tyou wantlto buy anything
oalcan:'oaU for.tit through
5 The Standard. J
"A dyertisin .""rat
mauvKnown on application. 4.