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.Standard is published
. (Sun day excepted) and
i b . e irrierk-.
:; or .-Tre.'iiPTiox :
, vt;;r. $4 00
:Iuontii- 2 00
: i::.)iitl) o5
..Je c-Tj. 05
the Rzsbrte IEI!SUXAL poim
Tomorrow afternoon at 9.w
i , JIl"eu cnaP especially
and only for the women. AU the
W -man are invited to attend.
The protr acted meetings at For-
t.ie-mot pleayinc rHsuW0 HPh,
,i:kklv bTANDAKi) is alWc;reiaa"y profesoioii3 of faith and
ti.t-cohima paper. It accsioi)8 to the various churches
r circulation in Cabarrus ' S a constquoQce.
,iiRT paper. Price SI. 00 A , , . .
nut- ;,-im or nair is an inrfic.
pncsabl element of beauty. Ayer's
Hair ViROr maintains youthful
reshneas and luxuriance, restores
to laded and gray hair its original
color, prevents baldness removes
dandruff, and cures scalp diseases,
it gives psrfect satisfaction.
suiii, in advance.
!vi;irnsiXG rates :
for regular advertisements
?.-i)n on application.
all communications to
Concord, N. C.
Arrival of. Trains.
.iriiiUMiuiauivt's at 11:17 a. m.
.uii'tou 10 i). m
' Al.'Tit.i " " 7:22 p.m.
At'..!t!ta " " 9:35 a.m.
, w ork " " ,y.;s a. m
Aiianta " " 9:00 r.m.
-::,:uml freight leaves at 11:17 a. m
.ahlM-uiul " 5:45 p. m.
,lt:.. :- are the local trains between
.1 Atlanta. N.,. 35 and 56 are the
;r i::s hot ween Atlanta and Washing--.
- ;o are the Washington and
cstihuled Limited trains and stop
: 1 . n signal.
t - J V
;:atox. local reporter.
! 1 in ?et orjirrbt. Full
.nlkly rattling of the
Lot .:::d killed Albert
ul of threat disease. Only
, the Lij; -Ly and a close
. .:;ociL- ... 0 allowed to tee
. IV:I M Lr;nnan, of Star, N.
I in the city this morning
::d some time with the
- x- son-in-law, Mr. J E
' L.i-L h, of Xo. 11 township,
- r.:-vpted a position with Dr.
- Indian medicine man,
' i Le chief clerk in the doc
" ' at Salisbury.
t:. firemen o astociation in
t Rev. C A Rosa opened the
- -with prayer. The firemen
''h appreciated his services
1 reeentiy presented him
- - iio silk hat.
- nci trip rates have been ar-
the following occasion:
. arham Colored Fair, Dur
tickets on sale October
- iial limit October 17; fare
-- .1 trip 4.15; continuous
: in both directions.
from Salisbury to the
''t Observer savs: "Mr. b
pie, pootoffice inspector, is here
Qs uo a location to make a test
. :l r?3 delivery in Rowan. He
. L '"ither make it in Franklin
nship or in China Grove, per-
in the former. The test is to
,Jt -de in this county compli
mentary to Hon. Kerr Craige, As
t'uint Postmaster General. A
ilar test is being made in New
ork and in West Virginia and
ers will be made in various
ota8 as soon a3 it can be done.
Tlie E!ib and Flow or the Hmmui
Tide at This Port, as;Seen liy Onr
Dr. J E Smoot spent yesterday
in Salisbun .
Mr. B F Rogers ia in Charlotte
Dr. R S Young, of Concord.
was over yesterday, says the Char
! -.lo Observer.
Mrs. C F Ritchie, of Salisbury,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G W Patterson.
Mr. Ed. F Correll left today for
Gaffney, S. C. He will be gone for
Mr. W S Hartsell spent last
night in the city with his son, Mr.
Rev. Z Rush came in on the
noon train and is visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Luther Bost.
Mrs. W R Odell is visiting her
mother, Mrs. B E Sergeant, in
Greensboro. She will return the
latter part of the week.
Miss Fannie Boyte returned to
the city this morning, after spend
ing several days with relatives in
Charlotte, her home.
Mrs. W G Watson and Mrs. H
C O wens, of Salisbury, who were
visiting at Dr. Smoot's, returned to
their home this morning.
Mrs. A E Lentz and little
daughter, Mar-aret, who were visit
ing Mrs. John McDowell, at Mor
ganton, returned to the city last
ONE CASE OF
r n... f!
for IM Per Year
Daniel Sides, the young man that
was kicKed on the head by a horse
was brought to tovn this afternoon'
having ben carried all the way
fiom near Misenheimer's springs to
the city on a stretcher. Twelve
men assisted in bringing him in.
"I was troubled for a long time
with an itching humor on the
scalp," says Mr. D P Davis, Neal's
Landing, Fla., "but at last, being
recommended Ayer's Hair Vigor,
I tried it, and a comnlptA nnrn woo
enected. Everyone who has used
it speaks well of this dressing.
The small child of Mr. and Mrs.
P C Howard, a note of wThose criti
cal illness appeared in Monday's
Standard, died Monday night.
The remains of the child were
borne to Cold Wafer Baptist church
burying ground this (Tuesday) af
ternoon for interment.
Mr. John J Cook, son of Mr. R J
Cook, of No. 5 township, who for
several years has been doing a
photograph business in and around
Concord, left today (Tuesday) for
Helena, Arkansas, where he will
work in the same business with
Mr. W J Moose, once a resident of
A felt want is that gnawing at
the stomach after you have eaten a
full meal, and can't eat any more,
and yet there is that feeling as
though you had eaten nothirtr.
What is wanted then is a close of i mineral. u;l followir?:
Simmons Liver Regulator, the b.ct
Dyspepsia cure, for that is what
the gnawing means. Simmons
Liver Regulator is all that is re-
TOlTKEAimn IS USE DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25c.
The Mor-an A Wright Guarantee
The guarantee of the "ood tirea"
is broad enough to cover almost any
kind of ailments and to satisfy the
most exacting rider, but the line
mnet be drawn somewhere, and Mor-
gan & Wright .'ire trying to make it
known to rulers ever j where that the
guarantee does not cover damages
reoiiliiijg from the currying ot anti
Ifak preparations inside the tire.
By having as much air as possible
in the M. z W. qnick-repair tire
before ..wv,& iiyj u:ol into rhe
Lot 635 Double'1 Storm
Collar, Full :Sweep
Latest Dress Patterns,
Guaranteed to All Investors
investments both Large and Small
WUEN MDE WITH
Th New York I r vestment Co.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Cotton,
40 AND 42 BROADWAY,
"NEW YORK CITY. j
SP-..S. Feople who desiie'to have a steady and
ure jincome on ; Ul'Jor JarKeitivestnients
end for oar.exuiaiiaiory,; frc.
n ' 1 a 11 fi
Cokcord, N. C.
. M. Odell, President
D, B. Ccltrane. Cashier.
rj. D. Coltranl, Assistant Cashier
See OnrLatest B ac
cts per pair.
other iiiiapie '.n-siructloiio in ti.e ca
niaiie in tvvj iiiinotecj, at the rrad-
enm mended for indi:.-:tion." A.,1 1-.
h. Dyche, London, Ky.
Ed. Ln-hour, son 01 Wm. Isehour,
of No. town shin, W8s seized Ei.d
dnly with apoploxv Morula-, after
noon while riding horseback on the
public road xu:ar Glasses, and fell
violently to the ground. It is faid
ti'.t the vcving man iz an invtera'o
cigarette smoker and attribute Mr. j
Isehours trouble to the effect cf the j
nefarious things. He was reported!
as dead, but Dr. La flirty says he is
side, without u ning tha tire fiom
rrrvr .v.-. ivrr.i
''..' Vi".tir77i:i',j j
1 v. frA A " lljr A i A
Death Tnlies a Young aiollier.
News reached us that Mrs. John
Holdbrcoks, of No. 5, died Monday
night at her home. She is the
daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. J J Bar
ringer and sister- of Mrs. J A Cline,
of this city. Some time ago she
took a mother's bed and complica
tions followed that defeated all
medical skill till death relieved her
of lingering disease. The mortal
remains will be placed in the ceme
tery at St. John's tomorrow at 12
o'clock after funeral rites by her
pastor, Rev. Steffey.
Mrs. Holdbrooks was not yet in
the zenith of life, being about 30
She leaves a husband and five
small children, both parents and
seven sisters to mourn her untime
Mr. Holbrooks has the sympathy
of every tender heart and the dear
little children that know not their
loss have the deepest commiseration
of loving bosoms.
nelp Wanted Female.'
$10 to 818 per week to Men and
Women for easy home work. No
books or canvassing. No experi
ence. Bona fide offer. No catch.
Send stamp for
lars. E. Herrman, 213 South Sixth
Street, Pniladelphia, Pa. o31
Has come, and with it all the
ills attending same. To be
clad in one of our
of Underwear is a guarantee
pgainst any discomfort that
might arise therefrom. It is
that you want. See us at
01 Mercailile Companj.
and get ready for the fall
buying. This store has
not arrived at its present
stage by change. There's
no luck or speculation
about this business ; it
isnrt the result of fortu
nate circumstances, but
downright honest hard
work work wherein your
interests as consumers
have been carefully studs
ied at every count and
turn. If you don't be
lieve all this visit the store
during the coming week.
We're going to officially
open the Dress Goods,
Kid Gloves and Cloak des
The very best line in
town Good shoes cheap,
not cheap shoes, But
tricklPatterns for sale all
the time. Fashion sheet
tree. Come one, eome all
and see our Goods.
N I EMM.
AS ktib" l
J. M. Odell, j . F. Cannon
Klam King, J. w. Cannon
W R. Odell, W. H; Lilly,
D. B Coltrane
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This pleasant and perfect remedy, so
delightful to take, so refreshing and
exhilarating, stands in highest favor
with all who know it best, as the great
est of all nodical remedies for botb.
sexes, of all ages and in all conditions
WHAT IT WILL DO FOR YOU.
K W gftaycu APPETITE.
Itwiii give' you ?e:l?ul refreshing SLEEP.
tt will stimulate year DIGESTION.
JUKI restore your NERVOUS EKERfiY.
It will put your K1SKEYS Sn perfect crdsr.
It will purify your DIocl
It will change your wsatorass Into STRcHSTH.,
I! s!!! tmg you cut of sickness ido KEALTrL4
JTEW PACKAGE, LARGE MOTTLE, 103
DOSES ONE DOIXAK.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
MANUFACTURED OXLY BY
The Atlanta Chemical Co., Atlanta, Gl:
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