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The Standard of yesterdav in
its notice of the fact that Robt
Kiehardson had been t,ikon, un.
dor t3io order of Jud-e Robinson Jan
to tJio scene of the homici.Ie of v U"Cn 30 87 'U
Policeman Kerns to be examined r'"' ' , it 41
iteoh that Richardsoirsattor- Uga . 1:7
n, Mr. Luther Hartsell, a
Open Hi?h Low
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Chicago win: at.
W G Means v,h(, is-T ,.,V -'
at iornoy for the State would not ' " ' ' '-' 7J
-how Riehardsou to answer -:
Spcvd day for white - .eo- -;e ;
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" .m. i i"'-"- jouly, at the Merry-iro-roumi m j Q
d::o in this statement The Standard : Thursday, r.'rd, from 2 p. m. tojQ
..nm-ahead ,t No. 7, . -:ls 'sn orror. Messrs. HartU ' .'icloc- itnd from. 7 to 10 at X
is !t. -V;'i 1.,': t, Moans dul not ivfiisol . flf
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-2:-vi!i- i.uv.! au.t;(itnot liave lo answer anv-ues- :v"n tlL ( !l1 tn1 -oiiiei
- - : "nd I tions and eould dcdino to " do so n V1'"11 li011- aml
.!",,tjl ' '-r;! 11 s:-v I'l'oper and i.o .aw:ijea I voni-r. .u-e. hi(yii,';n-' the- 0i . 1 .V.
6 -Inch Plaid Venetien onlv 15c. tcL
irancy Plaid Dress Go:xh ral - 7a0. yci
. y it
"''it! to t-l':.'
1:p,1i,.l;t nii ii of their advice.
- :'i oi N:-vv-Ijs and to t:;k e oil j CHILLS
:;v;,:S:;,v,;;(iir'tni':l;,': '--, - Gr,v, t;1..
r , r t! t V . lne'- v'n-v xprnueDt with xvorthis
-Ch.-.ri.. t., to An- r;rnu,i 1 i,,iU,'Uo1 .:riM ' i,t. Your
in S:?ti, r:nvll!; . j :;H):; , :'v 'Hck if it fa,l, to cure.
. ! . r . .... 1 ' ' T- i " ' ' --a. .
jde-. a special and' cordial hivha-!- Hng
i tK )u i o raco'i. wit
NO CUilE. NO PAY .
U mm r- -no the trains! . li"xt. fhf wayall drti- ists foil Vr D ( ") v; '1 t."
-it Siii. lnnvnitij t t;f r..vos I astolesn Ohili Tonic for chills ; ,i - ";
::;vH,.-- - no MMana. It is simply Tron -md S 111 tlle iroiU ViXnz o1' tile turnip
li A Y wo Of) I ) ; x v r s .
Soroia- y. !
Tho IV-eh-ny Company is oJ lOQ
hand and will bereeted.by a full 0
hoose. rric;ois at tho doir 77, ;
BEAVER CAPES, fur timumod.
to ciose out at i 3c
BEAVER CAPES, full sweep br,; ;. ;:ind fur
trimmed, worth si. 73. 0;n- tirico
CHILDREN'S REEFERS worth su.oo ;
'2.50. Our price si. 73 :..
, viudilo :n a t-isUss form. Obil.Uen
! sove it. luha refer it to bitter, u:u
( U-Mtuti, Toilcs Price. .Qc.
" " ; 1 resh Fisii and Oysters evorv
1842 . : day this week. 'Phone 41.
: ! 1' ul Haktskt.l.
riade. He broiurht us in two i
line specimens, one ' vre'mhin. i 'Vjiv
and tluj other O.pouiuh
ONE LOT of Black Kersey Capes. uvav m i ie. 10" in
X seewp braided plaited and plain, worth, "v'.r-o an 1
v'' We are jroiu- to sell them at s.TiO s. on
0 AN ATTRACTIVE lino of Fur Capes am! Yuvats fro-
i ii'"4 management of the con-
! cert tonight requests that the la-
i a;e: win )ease remove ae s, i
Tin:iii ()vx P:y..sc.?'
' ir.:un:s'ai:cs Can S; Reality. Rio'htoon v.,twwr
, H1UV.U.H ui im.iiti r-i
I are registered at the Kimball
Instil iitj irevinv.
Student:, doing thorough work, j $
L 0-T( )-( I :i t O ilK'Vni't ;,m in T 0'-. i v.ff
ary, Art, Iusic, Business and
C om m ( ' v c i : d d e a r 1 1 1 1 ? n t s . F i v e
sl.o -;j si'.ot; Chaper than can b. Louglu
Ladies' Tailor Made Suits
I 85.00 to 6.00.
h rr:,i:iy tu.it se luaV, strietly hoie and 10 at the St Cloud ho-
: because it is alvertiied ' Clllz0ns oi our town.
jp". i'urchase aa inurnment that t T, . . . ,
N :-..iiin tij.? esf ution of vour i'or nice, fresh, seiect Oysters
1 ..ta the Greatest Musicians all 1 everv day, ro to Borer's F 'S-
'to or any
voth every improvement that isUl OU lUU them-
nil T.ino n-f
in order that all may see as well I ( ;r:i!,n;lle Teachers. New Class' !C - , , .
ni-. jRooms. Low prices. i Table Linen
J. H- LiDiiard. Pres. i o r TVT-i -i-v1-i-v- -n
J- J- - IV . A .1111 1 u 1 . I r 111
U Oan save you money.
to tt wear; and at one price
lue leach ot all, because we
Mrs. N D Fetzer returned
a the Middleman's Profit, and it I home Tuesday night from Wins
:t!iiyinr,too. j ton where for several weeks she
fn Sti hastlbecn f the bedside of. her
- Soiu- bargains in square) mother, who was very sick. Her
-! mother is much improved now.
- --Ci, xiHiumore Miss Nannie Archibald, the ac-
?l::;j Sraecli Wareroom. 'V;vi3s comocatin- f centfa telephone
4-n'rtrioite, . c j operator, returned home Tues
Z Wilmoth- fflcrc I day nighl from Dumh where she
speut more man a month with.
' ehaiige in Craven Bros.!
; J P Allison is over-stocked
i with apples and will sell cheaper
nan -ias)ery arnvea than they can be brought here, j that yon must do so at once. If I have
day night to spend a day or ; until he can disi.)ose of'" his stock j t0 vi,sit yn h "m h9 ut 'our expense
! on hands.
M. L. r.'ir.li Co. uuaranteee very
bottle oi Chamlerlain';s Cough Pium
c )y and will refuntl tho money to any
ono vv-lia is not satisfied after using two
thirds of the contents. This is the best
remedy in the world for la grippe,
coughs, colds, croup and whooping
eongh and is pleasant and safe to take
t prevents any tendency of a cold to
i esult in pneumonia.
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To the Payers of Cabarrus County:
Section 57 of the school law of North
Carolina says that the sheriff shall set
tle the school tax for his county on or
before December 31st, of each year and
the law also bays that the sheriff shall
settle the State taxes by the first lay of
January in each year.
Now in order to do this I will have to
collect about $25,000 between this and
the olst of December, 'l his is no idle
talk but it is solid facts that are looking
us fquarely in the face. Some are
coming in and settling up but if you
haven't mid your tax this is to tell von
Cannon fc Fetzer p.
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Sophia Paul returned; The meeting at Cannoiiville !
' 'e nosnn P- nia-nt 1 rnm ir't;. 1 -r i i i i
, : ; i 1'resoyterian cnurcn was more
' id j largely attended lat night than
i ruT men ppr at : the ni?ht -before and much huer
vHJUIJKICH CRLAaI everv i 4 " j m
1 i est was manifested. The meet-
"i u:u- uuu eenuiLr uus vee-:.
so please attend to it at once and save
J. L. Peck, .Sheriff.
ins: will close, however, tonight
with preaching by Rev. "W C
l. Jas. Y Canr.on left Tues- Alexander. (
rr i-, a nonneru ousi-
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For Your Friends
'jht-K You ar aire air considering wlmt
X4-4f U yu shall give thr?;n :or Cliristmas. Let,
SJiJ us suggest. We have a fine line of
k aacl Dinner Sets
tint would ai ik 3 a3ceptable gifts for
many of your friends at prices you can afford.
TO A NEW BUCK'S STOVE OR RANGE,
AND MAKE YOUR XMAS A HAPPY ONE.
nre will be no prayer mect
- ' St James Lutheran Church
.'.your orders for Oysters
'Hmnksgivihg at Boger's
- ; . ;)i Cash and two child -
-1 - ... rn,,-.TT :l,i.
The Louise Brehany Co., ar
rived this morning. rJhQ mem
bers or the - company are -'Miss
Louise Bf eHany; Miss Olga
Schmoll, Miss Jessie Beatrice
Monroe, and Messrs. Louis J
Mintz and Forrest D Carr, under
the management of Mr. H B
-toi to visit at Mrs.' Ladies and gentlemen you
have only three more days to
have your hand read, as Mme.
Elrado. the palmist, closes her
place of business on Q Satur
day, and leaves for Charlotte
school at the China Grove Monday.
Mjy closed Tuesday on ac-l
A Wood, of South Caivo
lunm rly a business man
arrived Tuesday night on a
lie is selling; shoes now.
f the illness of Prof. P E
mother, wbo lived near
...'jrs will go from here
v.- morning to Salisbury
;ie trial of Will Edwards
- Carr for the killing of
Both of these occasions will
call for carvers and we have just)
what you need. Come and look
W. C. CORRELL,
)' U Wakerield, of Char--N
- ( ' will be in Concord at
' " om Friday, Dec. 15th
.' (jnly: - His practice is
' Ky. Ear. Nose and
Bake Cakes to
order and would be' glad' to' have
a trial order from you. Remem
ber we have fresh oysters,
bread, roils, etc. everyday.
Joe Fisher, Proprietor.
Just received a new lot of
Plaids in Somerset and Venitian
cloths. Blue Venitian cloth,
Brown Covert cloth. Small
Plaid wool goods in dress pat
terns. No two alike.
A full line of Ladies' Shoes
i in Button and lace.
Pompadour Combs, Empire
combs, Ladies' pocket books.
Come and see us. We will do
our best to please you inf. prices
Gi bson Morrison.
We are prepared
to give the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
Heavy amid Fancy
At wholesale and retail. It will
pay you to see our Large Stock
before buying. For Clover Seed
Seed Rye, and RockSalt go to
Prompt -attention given to the
guests of the
Table supplied from the best on
the market. Polite servants.
Rates: si. 00 to si. 50 per day.
Special rates to regular boarders.
Mrs. H. A, KIMBALL. Manager.
Grip ma"kes one sick, weary and restless
Dr. files' Restorative Nrvir.e bringi resU