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JOHN D. BARRIER and SON,
Editors and Proprieto
or:i ; t. lx sin: ; -iris nuiLi;
1IIH STANDARD 13 published every
.: 'I . oxcrtc.l) nud delivered by
"1 1. llatcs of !j;;b6eriition :
One year. .J $4.00
Bis rnvniim 2 00
Throe months.. I-00
'1' 4 :i
THE STANDARD is a
our-page, eight-coluuin paper. It has
ft larger circulation iu Cabarrus than any
Otlicr.papcr. Price $1.00 per annum in
vanco. Advertising Hates:
TV.'j :r ivgular advertisements
made Known on application.
Address all communications to
Concord, N. C.
i?t N, C, Pkc. 27, 1899.
and tho.wprk goes on as rapidly
L - Ti . t
nsn,nr voar ior ,isorui r,T-v'r mnnnv is not Known dv uio
Improved Order Ileptasophs.
The annual election, of .officers
State Conclave Improved- Order
Heptasophs held Tuesday night
the 26th resulted as follows:
Are -v., Dr. D G , Caldwell; Sec
retary, R A Brower; Financier,
J A Kimmons; Treasurer, :W..A
Wilkinson; Provost, A G;Bost;
Prelate, G E Keesler; Inspector,
V R Harris; Warder, J M Folks;
Sentinel, Dr. J E Smoofcr Trus
tees, N D Fetzer, D G Caldwell,
Jonas Cook. . . . ..
The committee to audit finan
cier's and treasurer's reports are
W R Harris,. G E Keesler aud J
of busy men willing to share
mutually the privations of fami
lies whoso heads have been re
moved by death..
There are few secrets and, as
locally composed, the insurance
feature is paramount to all
Its members are content with
it, and regard it as ideal insur
ance, worthy)!' favorable con
sideration by those who want
such benefits without the usual
tax on time and enthusiasm con
sumed by some of the more pop
Large Proportion of Population Vacci
nated. : Already eighty per cent of the
popuration.has been vaccinated
Christmas News from Our Neighbor-
China Grove, Dec. 27. China
Grove High School closed Fri
day night and will open again
the second day of January.
China Grove's new roller mill
started up Monday and is run
ning on full time now.
Mr. Junius Rose is spending a
few days at Zeb, his eld home,
during the holidays.
Christmas has gone and the
roar of the lire cracker has
The cotton mill shut down
Saturday at noon to take Christ
mas for a few days.
Miss Maude Holdbrooks , and
I Miss Gertrude Lafferty came in
from Concord last, night where
they spent Christmas. ,
A colorod boy, while enjoying
the juice of the forbidden fruits
! was minus of 15 when ho came
4fnnlt0: himself, and who, got the
:snon 1 . j unnrrn hv t,hf
We still have an assort;
of a . very short whilo until all
will have been vaccinated.
No new cases of smallpox
have been reported recently and
all victims are doiug well. All
the cses are at the pest house
in the .country" there is. not a
case in town and there is no
fear of a general . spread of the
disease now. Salisbury Sun,
No. Right-to Ugliness;
-The woman 'T? ho is Ioyely in -face,
form and tern perv will always have
mends, bnt one who would be attractive
must keep her health. If ;she is weak,
sickly and all ran down, she will be
nervous and 1m table. . If she has consti
its policy holders at a very mini:
t ioii . i n of a run-down invalid. Only 50e per
Locally it ib composed chiefly bottle at Fetzer's Drus Store.
Frank Patterson came in from
Roanoke - Saturday ' and will
spend a few. days at home,.
Mr. Shuford Peeler : came
home from . Nekton Friday to
spend thq holidays. , ,
Roy. J T Deal camo . in from
Chapin, S. C, today' to spend a
few days " with his father, C J
- To accommodate those who
are partial to the use of j atomi
zers in applying liquids into the
nasal passages for catarrhal
troubles, the.Topriotors, prepare
Ely's Liquid Cream Balm. Price
including the spraying tube is 75
cents. Druggists or - by mail.
The liquid embodies: the medici
nal properties of , the solid prep
pation or .kidney trouble, her impure
Thp worVino-c of th nrfiPr 1 blood will cause pimples, blotches, skin
ine working 01 tnis orciei J eruptionB and a wretclied complexion.
1 1. i. a j? - i -i ' T71 T) 11.. 1 i. i -
HUt3 ueeu lUVl sailSiaClOl'y anu I Vect41llterB1H IUO UU8t metui mo '"'nrntimr pr(inm "Ralrn k nninl-lv
. . 4l , A : 1 the world to regulato etomaclie, livearatlon' eam .lialm is quickly
11 LI1U UlUioisL HUUlclllLee IO and k ( nevs aiit to nnnfv thn lilnorl It
ives strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth
velvety skin, rich complexion. It will
make a good-looking, charming woman
absorbed by the membrane and
does not dry up the secretions,
but changes them to a natural
and healthy character. Ely
Brothers, f6 Warren St., N. Y.
suitable for presents.
D: J; Bostian.
Poprietor of the Racket Store.
mrsi C3nie "Him
Suits worth $6.50 to ko at $3.50. -
S Suits worth $4 to $5 to go at:$2.50.
its worth $3.50 to. goat $2.00.
1L0'0 Eoys' Overcoats. :X Mens' O
!:; woiv iM.uglit ly Mr. Fetzer in New York this week and were shipped rsd ay. They arrived here Tuesday and are no v. -on s '
oods comprise the entire balance of winter stock in Boys Suits of two large New'
I ...k Clothing Manufacturers, and there is a lot of j the very finest suits they made
i : ong them. We bought them, at half price and we'll sell them that way. Lots of $6.50
is for $3,50, and $5.00 suits for $2.50. Over 300 Heavy all wool Oakland Oassimers
uits for $1.50. They are $2.50 suits at anv cheap store in the State.
kknds tje best wearing medium priced goods on the market. Guaranteed to wear as well as any -roods vou can set at
$2.o0. In fact you can t get these suits anywhere in the State for less than $2.50. Knee pants in heavy winter S at 25 cents t)"n cent.
ri 01 iem worth double what we ask for them. Boys' Overcoats , at LESS THAN HALF PlilCE If vou TwSnt to K ?noVl loW'
ior your boy at far less money than you often pay for poor clothes, just see this lot that we show. Oui usual rule1 wi 2 to hi
.' Vtlimo Wft sav annnt trmsp croons is sfvmorhf Y
.ncTo to "xwixcj uvuiy iimu on any sooas tliat ao not suit or lit or that in nnv wnv fail r
JLnn Dozen Brielit
Just the kind yon have to pay 25c for at other places. But that's
Dozen Finest and Swellest
Plaid Golf-Caps at HScs;
om. way. vv e save you 25c on a 81 on nearlv all kinds of irootls.
Ladies' and Gntlemens7 Easy
Felt Slipp ers.