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Addles till communications to
Concord, N. C.
Fort-st Hill l'crsouals-
Written for The Standard.
Miss Kitty Jenkins, oi Greens
boro, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
E J Bangle, on North
Mr. Cornelius Howard, of
Montgomery county, came up
yesterday evening to spend a
II in ill
Concord, N. C, Oct 17.
Th:: Standard extends most
grateful acknowledgements to
Miss I Strieker for a specimen
of Al!ogh any county apples.
This olu weigh's one pound' and
one ounce and' measured around
both Trays,' spans 13 and 13 j
inc'os. "We are proud, of the
gift and prouder of ,such apple
culture in the Old North State.
Air. A. F. Page Dead.
A Raleigh dispatch of the 16th
"Mr. Allison Francis Page,
the Moore county lumber
king." died today, after being
unconscious for about two
weeks. Mr. Page was born in
Wake countv, N. C, in August,
iiM, .ixiu was therefore in his
76th yi ;a Ho was first engaged
in the lumber business on a
large scale in the early 70's, and
in oS projected the Aberdeen
Si West End Raihv 1; now tho
Aberdeen Asheboro Itailroad.
l'F-;: u ion : i .Lit' it was
best oavhisr mcv
proper' y in the T ' u
SoLie vears asro he
from it, and it h;is since been
0erated and chiefly owned by
his sons. He v.is one of t'ie
founders of the Commercial and
Farmers' Bank, of Raleigh, and
built the Academy oi Music and
the Park Hotel, two of the larg
est anu most costly structures in
this CiLv. He had many friends
and no enemies, and his death
will be widely deplored. One of
his last acts was to give $5,000 to
the Methodist Orphanage, which
if belr erected in Raleigh. Mr.
I 'are lo.ives eight children.
days with his brother, J W How
a i d.
Mr. Geo. Fisher, who has
been right sick with fever we
are glad to know is improving.
Patrick O'Conner, an Irish
man, is splicing the largo rope
that is to run the large new mill.
He tie's a Dewey knot which he
learned while a sailor. He will
make this his home.
Miss Lee Troy, of Durham, is
visiting her brother, Mr. C T
Troy. ' s
Didn't Hit the Locust.
Some of the boys at the graded
school , were having their fun
Monday knocking locusts from a
tree, but some boy missed his
inark with a good-sized stone
and he hit something larger and
harder than a locust. The stone
came in contact with , Willie
Pitts' head, leaving a hole in the
scalp, but didn't hurt him badly
To Institute a K. of P. Lodge.
The Pythians of Charlotte, j
Concord, Salisbury Lexington,
Troy, 'and Norwood have repre
sentatives at Albemare today. A
lodge is to be instituted there to
night' of over twenty members.
The following went from this
place: Robt. Benson, Jno. Cor
rell, Chal. White, B E Harris,
and Wade Barrier.
: tho strongest Natural Lithia
Main AVJ,t-v nn the market and has
the endorsement of the most
noted physicians of the country
as to its superiority over all
others. Read what the noted
Dr. John Hey Williams, of Abbe
ville, has to say for Harris
Ashoville, N. C. April 24, 1803.
An extended c1 1 i . ":; d use of Har
ris Lithia Water prompts me to
tii; statement that i regard it as
one of the best -it not the best,
Lithia Water known to the pro
fession. In the condition of
Phosphatic Urine, its action is
marvellous. It s u se in the Rheu -matic
and County Diseases afford
me more comfort than either the
Buffalo or Londonderry Waters.
Very truly yours,
JOHN HEY WILLIAMS, M.' D.
Wo guarantee that one glass of
Harris Lithia carbonated water
will relieve any case of indiges
tion in one minute or our agent
is authorized to refund yon the
money, or if taken after each
meal will cure the most' stubborn
caso of indigestion; Why suf
fer when you have theguarantee?
" M L M arsh
Agent for Concord.
Forty-Seven Bales Here at Daylight.
Mr. Joe Barrett, of Matthews,
spent Monday night here. He
icamo to sell fort v-s'-1 von bales of
r i it o rr t l 1 i y t
I . ...i . i. i .e : l T 1 . i .
v . .m,, .w i infill auuut iuui iiiiie uuiovv litjits
oi I'alj i udu ;
c. 'bnt about daylight the roar of
k -.. ! eleven wagons was heard. Mr.
'arrett almost always sells his
cotton at Charlotte but found
that our market was better, and
tins trip will very probably be
the initiatory one to his coming
A feV years ago when our
neighbor town, Kinston, was so
stricken by fire, the office of the
Free Press . was destroyed. In
order to start his paper on a
good footing again Editor W S
Herbert had to have some assis
tance, and to secure this a stock
company was formed, shares be
ing tuken by business men of the
town. He went earnestly to
work on- ) more and in the last
issue ol .lis piper announced
that the . ock company was no
longer in existence, he having
taken up all of the outstanding
stock and being again in entire
control and ownership of the pa
per. The Reflector rejoices
with the Free Press in its suc
cess. Editor Herbert richly de
serves rll the prosperity witn'
which he has met. Greenville
Reflector. , ....
The r oothiDg and nealing prop
ertieB of Chamberlain's. Cough
EeiuecV', 'fs pheasant tasa and
orcmpt and permanent - cures
have miide.Jfc a great favorite with
thft neoT everywhere. For sale
by M. Marsh & Co., Druggists.
An Afternoon Marriage.
At 2 o'clock today (Tuesday)
at Mrs. Holden's on . East Depot
street Miss' Flora Sechler, of
China Grove, and Mr A G Meb
chor, of Mooresville, were mar
ried. Rev Shulenberger, of
China Grove, and Rev. Paul Bar-ringer,-
of Mt. Pleasant, per
formed the marriage rites. Af
ter., the ceremony the newly
wedded couple left for the
groom's home at Mooresville.
Miss", Sechler has occasionally
visited Mrs. Holden here and is
known by a number of our peo
pled' ' 0 ' ' "
In Superior Court.
The following cases were dis
posed of in the morning session
4 of court:
State vs. Neal Cowen affray,
Plea not guilty. Verdict guilty.
Judgement suspended on pay
ment of cost.
State vs. Geo. Furr assault
with deadly weapon. Verdict
guilty. Judgement suspended
on payment of cost.
"... State vs. Savid Blackwelder
tbre' counts' : for retailing 'wit h
duf v IiCense: Verdict guilty.
Jildgemen suspended on pay
ment of costs. -:
NO CURE.NO PAX .
.That isrHheway all druggists sell
QroVe Tasteless-Chill Tonic for chills
andMalariaJ'r-It-ie1 simply Iron and
Quinine in a tasteless form. Children
?0T,e. Adolta refer it to bitter, nau
leatmjt Tonioi. Price. 50c.
You assume no risk when you
buy Chamberlain's Coiic, CholcJu
and Diarrhoea Remedy. M. L;
Marsh & Co. will refund your
money if you . are not satisfied
after using it. It is everywhere
admitted to be the most success
ful remedy in use for bowel com
plaints and the only one that
never fails. It is pleasant, safe
llediiccd ltates to the State Fair.
On account of the State Fair
the Southern will sell round trip
tickets to Raleigh Oct. 14, 15, 16,
17 and 20 at rate of 5.50 and on
Oct. 18 and 19 at rate of $3.80
round trip. All tickets limited
returning Oct. 23rd.
On account Foot-Ball Game
University N. C. vs. Davidson
College, Charlotte, N. C. Tick
ets on sale Oct. 21st; limited Oct.
23rd at rate of 65 cents round
On account Laying Corner
Stone Ebenezer Baptist Chu'rchj
Kings Mountain, N. C. Tickets
on sale Oct. 27 and 28; limited
Oct. 30th at rate S2.75 round
On. account Educational and
Missionary - Convention, New:
berne, N. C. Tickets on sale
Oct. 14, 15 and 16; limited Oct.
24th at rate $lS.OO round trip.
TELi A PPETITe"oF A GOAT.
Ie envied - by all "poor dyspeptic.
whose i't'imaoh and Liver are out of
order. All such should know that Dr.
King's New Ijife Pills, the 'wonderful
Stomach and Liver Eemedy, gives "a
regular bodily habit that insures perfect
health and fn'eat.BnerKy. " Only 25cr at
etzer s i irug atore. ;
Farm For Sale, '
. kf :. "' !?-v -":
In pursuanoe of a judement and de
cree oi sale diihr rendered in the ,Sut-
rior uourt of Uabarrna ' county, m the
case of J C Query et al. ex parte, the
undersigned will expose to public sal
at the court house door in the town of
Concord. N. 0., on Monday, No
vember utn, ibw, at 12 o'clock M.,
the following trt of lnd in 'No. 1
township bounded as .foHows: . Be
ginning at a 43. O. in the lane, Aiidrtw
corner and rnns wit a Andrew line 8. 6,
E 35 poles tc white oak in the lane then b
11, E. 24 poles to a blackjackciathalaii,
then S 4i. K. oO poles to staltsin faarf.
Phillips corner, tnen with" Phillips lafirt
N. 14, E 35 poles to hickory, Phillips
corner, then with Phillips and King Knto
h,. V2D poles to a post-oak,' Kinga cor
ner, then N. 3$ polps id hickory on Mor
gan's line, tnen witn it JS. 81, W. 59
poles to a state by an old road, Mor
gan corner, tfasn N. 20, 175, passing
Morgan's with' Harris4 line to a B.rJ
Andrew's coriwr, ' thea with AudreVs
S. 35, W. 76'oW to a B, J. by th side
of a glade, tbel S. 3. E. 50 poles to 'Bi
J. sapling, tonmvTO.ipoteg.to
the beginning 'containing. lQQf' acres,
more or less. Termrof sale: One-half
cash, balance payable U2 montha after
date. Iitle reserved till- purchase
money is paid in full.
" " ' , JAs. P. Moericon, Com'r.
Concord N. C. Oct. 5,189.
Caldwell & Stickley, Att'ys.
THE RACKET STORE!
We have just received a lot ol Stamped Linens which .
are selling far below their usual valuer. If you anticipate doino
any Embroidery for Christmas presents now is a good time to start
your work. Small Doylies or squares for 1c, larger ones
to 10c. Table and Tray Cover, Centerpieces. Splashers and Scarfs,
15 to 25 cents.
Wide hemmed with wide silk stitching as above at 5 to 5ic.
See Our Window Display.
Embroidery Silks, wash colors, 3c
Embroidery Hoops 5 and 15c,
Embroidery Scrim 15c- yard
Embroider Silk (not wash colors) l-2c
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 $3.50.
See cur 5 and 10c Departments up-stairs.
Nice lot of Glass etc. in them.
J Tf you are not a subscriber toj
The Standard t
. now la the time to subscribe. X
yfofogtfi HH"frf f
J If you have anything to sellj
you can make it known through
is published every clay (Sunday ex
cepted) and delivered at your door
for only 10c- per week or :85o, per
prints home and other inews that -is
of inter estio our readers and to make
it grow better we must have the pat
ronage of the people. ........ .a
Qiye o& a trial when-you mafce
S yens next orde for..........
Work ready when promised.
If lyou wantjtto buy anythim:
youloanScall for it 'thro
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