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"u-1 ;ot street, next to Wal-
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f T W nr. til aud J iv Moose
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.Methodist) church, in No.
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,p,p ( r ijed school building and
Pij, is a rendezvous for tramps.
' b:f loueu mere in ilc
is: fcw nights.
Will Johnson and Mcr
r will leave next week for
tuhere they will enter' the
IdiiiQ High School.
Kui33 Patterson, of Durham and
he next chief inarshall of the State
Kair, spent part of Tuesday in the
He looks quite natural,
Mr. Bob Wallace's clover thresh
er machine passed through town to
",rown Bros plantation, where there
:d several days work for them.
Tki: Standard gets about three
-umbers of the Salisbury Herald per
week. We want our interesting
reihbor on the North every day.
t;ev. M G G Scherer went out to
,au church, Rowan county, today
to address the annual convention of
the Woman's Home and Foreign
The cotton-weigher has himself a
mattress and a pillow at the cotton
platform to make the waiting hours
between now and cotton season as
comfortable as possible.
The street force is worKing on
the blind ditch that croscs Main
street in the front of Mr. Hutch
Kiziah'a. The sewer had became
clogged and had things in pretty bad
ii during the rainy spell,
Mr. J R Nas3man was in the city
aud says there is less
2ruinbling among the farmers in his
section than for years past, as every
thing is plentiful except money, and
that even the wealthiest grumble
a 30 at its scarcity.
The top glass to the front door of
link's 3tore room fell out Tuesday
night. Mr. Dolph Hamilton was
outtiiis: Il the shutter at the time.
Several pieces struck YAi left hand
ud b tdly lacerated it. The gashes
rt ugly ones and very painful
"The Daughters of the King, '
- ding they need some money very
for their work, will haye an
"e cream party Thursday or Friday
-:ght. These ladies are making a
' putation for their delicious creams
nd ices and we advise you all to go.
Vou cannot say that you have
"pied everything for your rheumas
tisiii, until you have taken Ayer's
aU. Hundreda haye been cured of
this complaint by the ns3 of these
' 'ills alone. They were admitted on
vxuibihon at the World's Fair aa a
Messrs. G W Means, Luther Biles
' 1 Beyeral children had quite an
penence with a bumble bee nest
''-day afternoon. They were
basing a rabbit when they ran into
tmzzing things, but as the rab
1 f was gaining on them they dida't
!'op. to inveitigare. The rabbit got
v i one complaint has ever been
'o oy tnoae using Ayer's Sarsa-
according te directions.
- r the r more, we have yet to learn of
- t i which it has failed to afford
:';"v-'u So say hundreds of drggist
"'1 over the country. Has cured
:'&htra, will cure you,
! What is all Tht yl,ont
Editor Styndy??- c
1AAUA". Aa you may
UJk ov- me 1 ate that I am
aaoral united, In classical par.
la' ce I vould be called an odo: tolo
cria . fsn von boo T , .
, ,w bumewnat of a
scientist , but I have recently dis
covered that which I c,Unot explain.
On hearing that you could solve
1.1 -. -
Kuvvvy luouiems and with the
Tllf llflf tr
plicable, I submit it to you
When 1 go down town at niMit a
short route takes me through an
alley. About midway of said alley i
there is a mud-hole nr nf lo0f ; ;0
" " iVUOU IV I O
so situated during the day but at
night its location is erratic as will
bo shown in the conclusion. The
first night 1 went to the right, but I
went into it. The second trip I
vered to the left, but into it 1 went
again. The third night I cautiously
kept in the middle but I found it
Out of thirteen nights trying to
avoid it I have stepped into it
twelve times and the most remark
able feature is I have invariably
stepped into it with my left foot.
Why is this, or can it be a movable
mudhole? Wm. Smotheksock.
The above is profounded by a
gentleman, well known to Cabarrus
people. We can not answer it, but
ve have reasons io believe there are
several gentlemen, who have in the
past solved more 'difficulty prob
lems for Col. Smothersock, whose
earmarks we believe they will at
once recognize. To them, it is sub
mitted they are surviving members
of the Lyceum that didn't survive.
Old people who require medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidneys
will find the true remedy m Electric
Bitters. This medicine does not
stimulate and contains no whiskey
nor other intoxicat, but acts as a
tonic and alterative. It acts mildly
on the stomach and bowls, adding
strength and giving tone to the or
gans, thereby aiding Nature in the
performance of the functions. Elec
trie Bitters is an excellent appetizer
and aids digestion. Old People and
it just exactly what they need. Price
fisty cents per bottle at Fetzer's
Mis tiliirt Stole?
Mr. Ed. Castor is minus a shirt.
He is working near the depot and
owing to the excessive heat, had dis
carded his top shirt, placing same on
a box with his coat. His business
called him to the Buffalo mills, and
when he returns his coat pockets
had been riil.'d
his "oiled" shirt
taken. It is thought a tramp lifted it,
To Ilie Citizens ol ( Hix ortl.
On and after the 20th day of this
month ot August, I will open
out a first-class meat market and
will be glad to serve the public with
their needs in the fresh meat line.
fy place of business will be in the
McNinch store room, first door
above marble yard on West Depot
alO lm. J. h. Dayvault.
To Increase tlie ler t npitu.
A prominent gentleman of Char
lotte writes The Standard that he
is the only man that can solve the
per capia circulation and regulate
the financial matters. Says he
"nothing short of black-tongue or
hog cholera will solve the money
question too many people "
WTien Baby vras sick, ve gave her Castoria.
When she was a CliiM, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
Wlen she ha J Children, she gave them Castoria.
Mits Marshall haying taught so
successfully for the past two years
in Concord, will again open her
school, Monday Sept. . 2nd, in the
oomn rinilrhncr She endeavors to
oumv wv.'.. js
meet the demands of a school com
bining thorough mental work with
the best Physical and Moral develop
ments. Terms $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00
per month. al
J uK Sons fiiCo.
Sons o.L' J
w.q u.t.A. f
High Grade Tobaeco
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
I'oople Who Travel,, a3n hj Oar
Miss Ella Walter returned this
morning from Newels.
Mr, J W Cannon returned this
morning from New York.
Master Louis Brown is in Sal
isbury attending the races
Mr. George W Means arrired in
the city last night from Greensboro.
Mis. John Little and three
children are Tisiting at Daiidson
Miss Annie Bost, of Boat's Mill,
spent the day with her sister, Mrs. J
Misses Mary and Li la Stafford,
of Harrisburg, are Tisiting the
Mr. Brevard Montgomery has
returned from a month's stay in
Mrs. Dr. E C Register, of Char
lotte, is visiting, at Judge Mont,
gomery's, ber father. ' i
Mr. and Mrs. M L Brown and
little Miss Fay are spending the
afternoon in Charlotte.
Messrs. Charles Stone and
Banks Ruderick, of Charlotte, were
in the city Tuesday night.
Mrs. K S Harris and daughter,
Miss Mary Harris are yisiting Mr.
Wade H Harris, of Charlotte.
Mr. A N McNinch has gone to
Itock Hill. S. C, on business. He
will be absent for several days.
Miss Emma White, of Belvi
dere, N. C, is visiting at Dr. J E
Cartland's, on National street.
Dr. C C . Wilson and little
daughter, Louise, are up from Har
risburg, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
N F Yorke,
Miss Nannie Thornwell, after
spending sereral days in the city
with Miss Esther Ervin, left last
night for her home at Fort,. Mills,
The Raleigh News and Observer
says; Misa mary Montgomery, oi
Concord, is now the guest of Miss
Lollie Williams, on Fayetteyille
Misses Maggie, Maude and
Grace Brown have returned from
Salisbury. Miss Maude was quite
ill while there, but was able to
make the trip home.
For Over Fifty Tears.
Mrs. Winslpw's Sooth;Dg Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their .children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes .the, child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve, the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Druggists in every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle
Be sure and ask for c,Mrs. Winslows
Soothing Syrnp," and take no other
LOWE & SON'S.
Not in the history of our
business have we offered such
as we are doiug'now.
We ary determined to close
out all of our
and will not take into con
sideration what it cost us, but
we would prefer to have the
oosts than to have the goods
laying on our counters.
Look at the handsome
that we are selhn5 at 8 cents
Other houses charge you 12i
cents for the same stuff all
lawn at half price, . And
for ladies at net cose. We
don't want the shoes would
prefer for you to have them.
that we have will be sold at
the Lowest", Prices named on
Shoes We are tired of getting
Sample Shoes and we are go
ing to give'you the full bene
fit of it.
You can get the best 37 cent
Corset you ever saw,
For 50 cents we sell you a
75 cent Corset, and the same
cut in better corsets,
SHIRT WAIST SETS, ,
New lot jnst in:
Sewing Machines atu$22,50
When you go Jtobuy
ways see us
just received a lot of
pietty percales for
Shirt Waists. Don't
fail, to see them.
of new and Stylish
prints just in. Good ?
a few pieces of Or-
gandie Lawns that
will go at low figures
want the coolest and
prettiest hot weather
dress call and see our
2-yards wide white
Jot olK Ladies Black
Hose to go ot 5 cents.
Blue Crepons for
Shirt Waists are the
correct thing for Hot
of Xadiea Oxford Ties
in Black and Tans are
the handsomest in the
town. Go, say the
Ladies and our prices
are lower too.
and more Tobacco for
less money than can
be bought in Con
cord. You that use
iobacco can save
money by seeing us
M0RRI0N, LENTZ & CO
Bought Before the
Advance in Price.
Beautiful, dark Crepons as
changable and as Pretty as
silk only 12 cents, worth 15
NEW FALL SHADES
in Henriettas 40 inches wide
only 25 cents per yard.
ALL WOOL SERGB
36 inches wide, 2? cents worth
7 T M TT m T 7 I T T C TT T T X' C
in Percales only 10 cents.
ALL WOOL (tine Merino)
French Flannel for Ladies
Dressing Saeqmes only 50
cents per yard.
See our Croyenette absoi
lately RAIN PROOF , 5tf