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Water in Abundance.
Arrival of Trulus,
rhc f4,ii.nvin; change of schedule took
N S arrives at 5 52 a m,
';(; 44 10 00 am,
. " " 7-00 p m,
. 44 " 8.51 d m, (flag)
; " " 0.45 p m,
,J 44 14 2.03 ft miliau: t)
v , r,7 arrives at 8 4'J a n, (llag)
V, " "11 2.3 a m,
; 14 44 8.51 p m,
9.20 p'm, (lias:)
7 1!) u in,
S4Da m, (freight)
'o. when running ahead ot No. 7,
iihirp-'l if necessary for through travel
ut 1 1 t harloUe, ami is stopped for
j,..,.-('!t:it! arriving from Lynchburg or
beyoml- No. stops regularly for
r:;,Miiors for Salisbury, High Point,
Greensboro, Beidsvillo, Danville and
j ri.u ipal stations between Danyille and
Washington. . No. 37 stops for pas-K-nirers
coining from Lynchburg or
points beyond, and to take on pas
bvcrers for regular stopping places
wmtli of Newells. No. 3S stops to let
nil passengers from regular stopping
pl.-u.vs south of Newells and to take on
j ,-s: n-ers for regular stopping places,
:u'!i!ui'g or bevond.
N,... ; and o4 s-top at Concord for
-soiirer.s to or from the C. C. & A.
Uivwon Charlotte to Augusta and
oiLer points in South Carolina, Georgia
rtul Florida, reached through Columbia
Mos. 7, 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
and connect at Salisbury with trains of
W. N. C. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71.
"Sio Their Own Praise."
Tl:.'STIEFFisthe PIANO to buy;
it a. is no equal for the money as you
- . the middleman's profits and it will
t u lifetime; but we havw several
; a jruins in other makes.
We- have taken in exchange Ipi
bi'lLFiS two Ivers S: Pond Pianos,
tb" finest style that firm rnanu
i. '::es a:id it is almost new. If you
. t this make here are bargains.
i'lniio 1 tin ul ho I lire r.
?sj BraiiGii Wareroaa
th'arloUo, X. C.
G. U. Wilmoth, Mgr.
i: FirxiNc;. Pal alt: Organs.
.i'u change in the Bakery ad.
( raven. Bros, have a change
.a'ir ad lodav. Bo sure you
r. C V Walter lias irone to ?
-bury. He will be gone
u ii!aiii Bm;wi. at, Apples
ai j no.
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! v . .:,(, : son oi Purveyor !
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j i :. ). .g, Ol iUl. 1 it'.lbiUit,
ui'i'ii ;,i;CLiri!d to leacn ihe ;
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.:hjo1 at Poplar Tent.
We are sorrv to
sm of Mr. John Isenhour,
'' Xo. 4 township, who is very
-; ': of typhoid fever is no bet-
Miss Carrie Richwine and her
ii'iend, Mrs. Benson, have re
turned to Salisbury after spend -;ag
several days at Mr. George
The protracted meeting at
(V'Utral Methodist church con
sumes each night. Rev. JD
Arnold preached an excellent
''nnon there last night.
py. J E Smoot, adminstrator
'i' -Mary Moore, deceased, will
il a lot of household goods and
'' ''ai '21 new home-made, quilts
al public sale at the residence of
,J Ii(. Willeford on East Depot
" ' I'ei Saturday, the 28th, at 2
Thn n t- 1
; tl 1 at Mt- Peasant
viotbof a id1 TVly U110n Good, S. C, late last isht
wn, "'01 ,ample amount f 'hen about to load for Augusta.
U -T Cbo obtained. The The loading was stopped and the
Lowell has been dug and a showmen wore in a serious fix
good amount of water has been ' A farmer named S H Horpe
found, which makes it a cor-j tried, it seems, to buck a came
tamty that the Tuscarora mill: in a side show. After losm
will bo situated there. The flow over 8000, he dicided, as luck or
ot water is now exceptionally the gamesters were a-ainst him,
'lwlli,J iact tnat num- I
ners oi veiis there are now dry.
T ie Largest Cotton Day.
On Thursday morning Cotton
Weigher Propst started off with
?ood prospects of the biggest
day of the season and it came
Early in the morning he had Mr.
Barrett's lot of 85 and when the
gates were closed that evening
he had weighed 22;") bales. The
best record he had made hereto
fore this season was 1KS.
What Is the Meaning of the Word?
One of The Standard's friends,
who is of an inquiring mind, has
been spending some time of his
own and of others trying to find
the moaning of the Indian name
' 'Chuckatuck, " which is the name
of a section of country in Vir
ginia. Who can give us some
light on the subject.
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOR
and fever in a bottle r (Jrrove'a Taste
less Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure;
Then why experiment with worthless
imitation? Price 50 cents. Your
monev back if it fails to cure.
Pythian Take Notice!
All members of Concord Lodge
No. T)l Knights of Pythias are
requested to meet in Castle Hall
tonight at 8 o'clock promptly.
C. L. White, C. C.
Working Night and uay.
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Eyery pill is a sugar-coated
globule of health, that changes weak
ness into strength, listlessness into
energy, brain-fag into mental power.
They're wonderful in building up the
health. Only 25c per box. Sold by
Fctzer's Drug store.
Rev J M L Lyerly, principal
of Crescent academy, will preach
at the Reformed church Sunday.
Fresh fish and oysters tomor
row morning. Earl Lfartsell.
Mollie Harris, commonly known
trenerate whi'j woman oi' -our
town, died Thursday night. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A B Correllhavo !
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Mr. Noali Corroll. Air. Lwl :i .
. s now in the iewelrv business
with Mr. Corum Correll.
Mr. .Too Cotton, oL'Tii'hm. 1,-.. '
!sMMit Tiiursd.'iy night here on
: hist his way to the beds ;.); ;" liis
-ie with the, hiiiicr in Montgonuu-y county,
wi i delight-; uiio is quite sick. Mr. Cot ten
j was eni)loyed ncre so-iie ysar
aa'o and is renn .mb:uva by num
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b(;rs of trienus
MA EKE lI:
Open Hiffh Low Closed
Jan... 8 10 4 )
IMarch 11 IB 8 13
May . 13 11 16 16
Dec... 4-6 2 6
Sugar 154 154f 152 15l
Dec . . . 70f 70J 70 70
May . . 74 74f 73 74
FOR SI. 00 AT
Rascals, They Were.
date Oct. 19th savs: Tho iir
to appeal to the lavr. He em
ployed a lawyer and swore out
warrants for the men by name
All the drivers were arrested
fl tb7 vninlind 41 :n.
"u ' xitiiivu. tilt Lld.111 Willi
their teams. After w,'
hour or two, the managers paid
Home 8025. He withdrew the
charges and the circus men were
Mighty bad, these showmen
to beat a fellow out of his just
The will of the late Cornelius
Vanderbilt has been probated
and the terms given out.
It disposes of an estate of $70,
000, 000. Alfred G gets 50, 000, -000,
. the other heirs get $7,500,
000, each except Cornelius who
crossed his father in marrying.
He gets, by the will, 81,500,000
but his brother Alfred will make
up the amount that will make
Cornelius equal sharer with the
others except himself. The
widow is bountifully provided
Wo offer ono hundred dollars
reward for any cuee of catarrh
that cau not by cured by Hall's
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.,
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
West & Truax,
W aiding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acts directly upon the
blood and mucous nurface of the
Price 7tV tvt bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
J H6V ATG
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Wjj ;ias. yo i
5 dozen Ladies Linen Hand
kerchiefs at 60c. doz.
i 120 pairs Misses Ribbed Hose,
j two thread, 2x2 ribbed, sizes 5 to
: 91, at 10c.
Ladies Black Hose with white
feet for 25c.
Ladies Black Hose with split
feet for 25c.
Shoes! Shoes!! Don't forget us
on Shoes. We have the best in
town for the money.
Gibson & Morrison.
BLUE AND BLACK-
At prices that do not take away your breath is what tickles
the fancy and opens the purse. We are showing this week at
prices that will enable you to get' some rich pickings in parlor
tables. Every day Buck's Stoves are making happy homes.
Happy is the family that have in the kitchen a Buck's.
A ''-v -v.v M.rr
We are prepared
to &ive the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
At wholesale aud
retail. It will pay you to see'
our Large Stock ot
before buying. For Clover
Seed, Seed Eye, and Rock Salt
h Wi Patterson's.
v "mi ill. m i
Cannon c Fetzer Co.
' 'il'f-f tin. f)asiuoy puiiiui a reliable, poi-
1 1 i j. . : 7 . . - ,i:sei vitive iul ac?otnDioi1aU
i.n,-;t. : iustntiou.
WV. solicit vour patronage with tlie
assuriiuce ti buiuruhle treatment aud
liio appieei:itiou of your patronage.
If wti cu borvcj yon any time we will
be tdad to have you come and see af.
LI BE UAL ACCOMMODATIONS
CatM m Surplus - - $10000.
I). P Colt kane, Chashier,
J. M. On kt L. President,
M. L. Brown & BRo.
LIVELY. FEED AND SALE
Just in rwarof S. Oloud Ho-.l. Om
niburt riit ftli nansergr trains
Outtits o nil kinds firuished
promptly aid at riaonable pricee.
Horfe63 aad luulw always on hand
or aaie. Brnilerjof .aoraaaora
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