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CONCOi:), N. C. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 80. 1S9G.
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will show from today
- T. thrmili (be winter a very
"!;'!!!iH line of popular
'rem the very cheapest up to
Misses and children's
till styJes rind everything
:o jro at the small profit and
h 'a price that we mark on
n-nry thing we sell. We are
specially anxious to have all
th- ladies see our hats before
tlwy buy. We guarantee to
11 thenj cheaper than they
' ; n he bought any other place
' 1 ;be style will be correct.
T vo hundred and hity urns
hv-'iQ tlie way from 50cts
v 1 !), for children,
i d Mm,
"iqiest line of ahoes, all
JV and Jsiuds to be found
''"'entysfive cents up.
WIND AND RAIN r:.;.1!'
AY:isl3'I A n.v.
The wind and rata : ' ! ;
pwd !,ivr thi :2 Feciion Tu.day ;
jcvonlr-c did corbie: -:;:' t:!!...
Th borne of .Mr. Wku V.uWha,
Vb O MVC 8 Sibotlt OEi' -: of
China Grove, w:i3 totllv ,:. 'lC.
The !(rv!i of Tuesday tiruc'; it)
i with such for co tbt :.t v.vj hf-.e-l
from m fot-iulr.ien and c ru d. i
iot onlv his d4 el lint:, r ;-. well j
hou-j and ether buU:;:. ,v, ,u:re !
ewer from t heir former u't.v.; 5rd !
J wre?iked. Mis. Wilbe.m r: -2 mJ
infant chiid we:- h. rim- ; o n '
I tin? blast Ctte, :it:d ..-':-.. r;y -
ih:g their perilous sitiv.it irtj,
(red !ier chihl di ber ir.-ni atr
rushed for the deer. She b.-rely
j irot on the otitoiu'j vhen the "build-1
:mk vith a en . t
he! in vr. ntitc''! v ' ' -C-', r !
fron; the oh:innev, i),iu j;v-i in; an-. ,
'a.-'i.ot. eerious. Her cscp with!
the ehib.l -.3 iniraculous.
The shed and sai.-kdhteck :.t 'd.-v !
tin hdnckwelder'd saw mill, a few
miles above the cord chute, "were
A chimney to the residence of
Mr. W L Bell was blown down ; th
large barn that stood beyond the
railrond' bridge was lifted off the
ground and torn into splinters. It
belonged to Mr. P M Morris. Limbs
were twis ed from trees and trees
unrooted in and around town.
Mr. Henry Lefier, superintendent
of the county chain gang wa? in the
city and informed Tin: Standard
that the big All on the new road
being built out to Patterson's mill,
lying between the Russell and Horn
buckle plantations, had been washed
away the entire fill has been car
ried off. Mr. Lefler says it was the
hardest rainfall he has ever seen.
From other sources we learn that
the bridges over several small
branches in that section of the
county had been washed away.
Mr. Will Hagler was having a
load of cotton brought to town and
when the team struck the bridge
over the branch beyond Buffalo
creek at the depot, the bridge fell
in. The abutment had washed
away. No damage was done to the
From the Crop Jlullctln-
The Bulletin, a journal sent out
by the North Carolina Department
of Agriculture, is quite interesting
and has a crop report, for Septem
ber, from every county in the State.
The reports aie very similar in tell
ing of short crops due to tho great
extremes of heat, drought and rain.
We append the report from Cabar
rus: Cabarrus : Continafid drought
and excessive heat have caused cot
ton to shed badly. All cotton will
be picked in September. Corn very
chinch bugs. Much of the late corn
crop was destroyed in the lowlands
by floods. The early corn wss quite
For Infants and. Children,
;1 i. -.rrir ol lllff
?-'!!!m r'"lh'rn" Nynoii win ai-f.
- i.t iie-iue naic is Sntnr -
1. :.; ;
bin I of Caristian worker
-'-, i'id the following lavita
ticT.i to the virioua LeaueH of the
f 1 j
k;: L"-j.tp :
O 1 C. J ri -
ecu-, v. nv t ip
1 1 . . . t m
the Churche3 of the
Lutheran yn -d ''
for an ore:
iofi, nuinv ljutheran?
.1 fu , ft "
Uion or a State Le-gue,
; vt:7 uri :-:3ti.n, ' -
'""' f tn? c se .:
. lins cf the North Orc
1 :vu; Troutman'3, M'tij
n:'i. was appoir.te.l to
balo orgatiiz ition cf
rih;? committee found tlu-
movt njent not. at nil feasible
time. It is, b.ovev;r, now be!i.-f-d
tiiat tue tiu.Kj ij 1 i ;e for the m:ve
ment to ro on. Actuaied by a o::
for the cause, seeing splendid re
sults attained by State organizations
in other S3 nods and c!esiri?;g that
our Leagues may be duly rf prtsent
ed in the National League to hp held
in Chicago from November 17rh to
20th, the League of St. dynes'
Church, Concord, N. C, by unani
mous vote, authorized it3 committee,
appointed for the purpose, to is?re
an invitation to the Leagues of the
Synod to send delegates to a conven
tion hrtving in view tne organization
of a State Leacue and for transact
ing other business.
"The Committee met and decided
a3 follows :
1. "The Convention met at 10
a. m., Saturday, October 31, 1S9C,
in St. James Church,Ooncord, N. C.
2. "E-ich League is entitled to
one delegate (male or female) for
every ten members.
3. "All the ministers of the
North Carolina Synod are cordially
invited to be present and lend the
encouragement of their presence and
advice to the young Leaguers.
4. "The Coirinittee respectfully
urges that every congregation, which
has no Luther League, organize one
and haye its delegates with us.
5. "The Secretary of each League
is earnestly requested to send to
Mr. John M Cook, of Concord, N
C, our Secretary, on or before Oc
tober 21th, the number and namrc
of delegates, that arrangements for
comfort and entertainment can he
made for them as guests of S
"The delegated and others attend
ing this Convention are respectfully
inviu-d to remain over on Sunday,
as guests of the Church, and assist
this League in the celebration of the
Semi-Centehnial of St. James'
Evangelical Lutheran Church, for
which au elaborate programme has
"Trusting that every League of
the Synod will be represented at our
first State Convention.
"We are fraternally,
."JNO. M. COOK.
"Sec'y. of St. James' League.
Committee of Arrangements.
Jas. P. Cook, Ch'm'n.
1). R. Hoover,
Jno. K. Patterson,
Uopcord, N. C, Sept. 29, 'lbV'
Havana, S-pr. 2S. Iu spite of
w.. 1 . 1 -
y:oent t i; tie
. relatiofi between Consul L-m
! General Wejier are becoming more
A rjirrican, Tolcu, he replaced
Hb"..d r I;e AniPricnti
which be wa3 arreateu
ton and !Udrid;
hnored, he will return to the
j ,;iv " Away Vrvo
' To ulver!i?s our good 2 ; w?
'v aooi,2te,y itk-, one Cox ;
I c- i'ive-cc-nt c!0'.r?.orp(T;(::iir and!
v 'otr.'.-.- j tdei-rf ram!
Kuhr to every one perdii p- -,1-, lift v !
NDEKSOX ED CINE ( O. ! nJ r ,"n-x-1t ' t
- - J ". r-vjile, ... C ! co. 0 .
Aeid'3 v.'antou ;o i I fifrcintohf p
and iiub-er Clothing, rj'i:r, p.nd
f::!! line of Kubb?r Gooht (Part or
2 mm; . to workers hector' I ()
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1371, New York.
J. F, H U'R L E Y,
tETZEIfS DRUG STORE.
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PITH MI? DC
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Every citizen of Concord who intends
to burn coal during the coming winter
will savj money and trouble by purchas
ir.g from u.s. We will handle the best
JftllCS IDiP cen
nnd will deliver any quantity in any part
of the city. You orders are solicited.
Uwier 1 Bonks Ik
Headquarters at Ula-k welder's store, on
West im:;uji street. 08
We want to
. . tlie Kecord for J uly..
We are determined not to spend our time and ewzy ffrumhliii;
about dulJ times. We will pitch in and make times live y. Now, in or-?
der to make this incoming month the biggest July we havo ever had, ive
are putting out a lot of "Hummers" and we are Roing to in-ikn tiiem hum.
We are going to do away with Stickers. We will make MoverH out cf.
them. Here goes:
About 60 prs of Ladies fine shoes of Zeigler's and. Ro..; m tos, !
small sizes, 2J, 3, 3 aud 4 that we will Fell at 81 a pair. N t u pn:r irir
them but cost $2 and over. They must go.
NO. 2. About one hundred pair of Ladies Fine Oxford Tiep, sozse
patent leathers, some tans, some line dongola pat tips, all to go at 75c
They cost from SI to $1.50. They must go.
NO. 3. -About 50 pairs Ladies fine Oxfords, all Zeiglers, tan, err ay
and black ooze and fin kid, sizes 1 to 14. All to 0 at i. .'ia'to to fceii at
S2 and $2-50- They must go.
NO. 4. About 75 prs of Ladies Oxfords and 1-strap Snnrtals Zeiglar-.
Bay State and PadBn Bros., all to go in at SI. 2?. Call for them tN:-
won't be here long. They must go.
NO. 5 A few prs of Misses Oxfords, sizes 12 to 1, to go at 50c.
NO. G. FOR MLN: A lot of Tan, Goat and P!; V'.ci Kid Oxford:-,
at SI. They are S1.50 shoes, and are tresu stock -just bought theui
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Womens Solid Leather Shoes at G5c. . Womers solid Leather Pobbfc
Grain and Glove Grain Lace raid Button Shoes at 75c. The'fe am SI
sboes, all fresh and nice. Ladies fine Dongola kid button shoes, wade at
Alexandria, Va. Solid as any shoe in the u arkot, regular si. 50 shopfi, ic
go at $1. Mens Fine Satin Oil Shoes, lace and gaiters at l. Thev ar.;
regular 1,25 shoes. Mens henry English Ties, everyday noes, 1.(0 S;ui
as leather can make them 13ig jobin straw hats at 10c, some of-tt?ai
are 50c hats. We buy Trunks in car loads and retail them at dioltIe
prices. One hundred Mens tine Serge Coats at just h ff rice. We have
everything in the line of clothing and furnishing gco Everything up
to date and at pricesthat can't be beat snywhcie in ft o .State, t Kfj.a
see samplesof the free Crayon Pictures we are having mado for r-. r cp-tomer8-
JOB Twenty-five suits of finelAll-WoolSCassimere ir.rC ltawarl c'?
Suits, sizes 34 to 36 lor 4 00 a suit. I llhey are 10.00, 12.50 and 15.01
Call on us and see these and otherjattractions.
CAMNONS & FETZER
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Eiin or YY.i -5
Ladie? or (j
Spoon, 15 c-r:t:
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(Sterling Silver Hat Marks iv
Solid Silver Thimble? k2o crty.
Five-Dollar Pick Ctstr- y
Sugar Shells, 41 A V -v)
Sou ven i r S r or ' 5 20 c
Tbepo goods r:.uist. b.; iriui nod nnr
is the time to get your Christm;i-i
presents at - their ulue.
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