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CONOOLID, N. C,, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 0, 1S99.
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uu't'tl Some Iist;inee--Btli
.roUen Ahoy;1 iw Ankle.
.Nrwolis Friday morning
1 o'clock a bad accident
'iss (Jeorgia Owens, ol"
I'.-c. Slu; was driving
a ior buggy when the
came caught under the
tail and in trying to rom
ditneulty she was throwTn
vw i : he buggy.
I ioot caught in the spring
r; ihf buggy and she was drag
Lvl o : c distance. Both bones
in ii.-:- wer limb were broken
ju.sr above the ankle. When the
v.., :liought that the-foot would
have to be amputated but the
nones were placed together and
is thought that the foot will be
.saved. Her body was badly
bruised from being dragged upon
Aunt Iietsy Is Dead.
.Numbers of people of our
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co-rat v know by reputation if not
h ; ( ( iiaintance an old
wnimm called "Aunt Betsy" who
iwa .:ear Cold Springs in No. 9
township. Hundreds of persons
h:ive boon before her and have
''t'ii hor lay out her cards of
i'urtime revealing to them the
;;u'i of life just ahead. She has
In oil a source of some trouble by
her eonjury but she has for the
last time spread out her cards
upon the little table and held out
ht-r hands for the silver compen
sation for revealing the secrets
of future lives. Betsy once had
some property in that part of the
county but lost it. Often had
she talked of the fourth of July,
from which day her age is
reckoned. A number of this
place remember Betsy Lawson.
K generator Added iu the Office,
tyhte a Valuable and labpr.s&y-
device has been $dd.ejl in jjbbe
mral telephone office of tne
Concord Telephone Co. It is a
Monitor whereby the operator,
nstKid of turning a small crank
to ring the bells, now only presses
a l)uttiii and the bells quickly
rpond. It is not only more
convenient to the operator but is
a means of giving us quick re
I spouses to our wants.
C C. Barrier Hurt.
We learn from tho Statesville
Mascot that Mrs. C C Barrier,
Iredell county, had the misfor1
tune to get one thigh - bone
broken on last Sunday. The
accident was caused by a calf
nn Mrs. Barrier being alone suf-
i d for about two hours before
-distance came to her. After
yaunent the patient is said to
,,f; in very favorable condition. j
1 red Crowell Dead.
For several weeks. Fred, the
' -irteen-year old son of Mr.
Vash Crowell, of Forest Hill, has
'loen very sick with typhoid
-ver, and death at any time
expected. He died Friday
M'ternoon at 2 o'clock. The re
gains were taken to the family
'ying ground in Stanly county
-:' NTew London.
Written for The Standard.
A tine crowd attended the
meeting last night. The feeling
was good and no doubt before
the meeting closes great results
will be accomplished. Pastor
rioire Drenched :i iuiwdvf.il cm-
i v J 111 1 '
mon oii the words of Christ to
Nicademus "Ye must be born
The preaching at all the ser-
vices will be by the pastor who
is well-known as a successful
1 i m i
evangelist. ine suisrinfi:
under the leadership of Mr.
Wolfsohn who is charming all
who hear him.
A T T 1 ill . , i
1UI . IJr:! I il 111 Hi 1 1 H I irH I Willi
iui. vvonsonn singing we may
A1)Wt 8uuu music.
ivuijuuuy is invnea to uiKe
pan in uie meeungs. lsuans
let us rally to the help of the
T.nvrl nffflinct. ttio iicrlTfAr onrl
- "o "s
take Concord for Jesus. -
Services tonight will commence
at 7.30 o'clock. The services
, , ,
ior ounaay will be m the morn-1
. rt . ,
ing at u.ou anu regular morning.
service at 11 o'clock. At even-
ing at 7.30 o'clock.
Wlth the Churches Tomorrow.
Rev. W. B. Oney will hold
services at St. Andrews Luth-!
at 7.30 o'clock.
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The pastor, Rev. T W Smith,
The Revival Meotin&r at the
will conduct services tomorrow various points in this and neigh
morning. Tomorrow evening's ! boring States. For years, th'
(.Id o'clock will be .
conducted by Rev. J R Brooks,
the presiding elder. Church
conference will be held at close
of morning service, Meeting of
the young people at 4 p. m. Sun
day school at 9.30 a. m.
The pastor. Rev. C. B. Miller,
will hold regular services .tomor
row morning and tomorrow
night at St. James Lutheran
. Rev. J. D. Arnold will hold-
regular services at. Forest Hjll
M. E. church tomorrow morning
There will be regular services!
tomorrow morning and tomorrow'
night, The hour for holding the 4 -
fieninr service has been chanered :
from 8 to 7.30 o'clock. ; J
Lost Everything He Had
Mr Geo. . Parish from this
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place has returned to , Aberdeen
There will be regular services curred in Granville county a few
at ; ie First Presbyterian churcliT;-i,oro u nf fivft
after visiting his folks. Mr. . ftdmitte(i to be the most Paccess
Parish isa fireman on the rail fn remt?dy in use for bowel com
road and was so unfortunate plaints . andi the only oue that
about a week ago as to lose all of :
his clothing, together with his
some money, ana otner
things. The.fire occurred in his
1 ...1 1 , V..,,. A kT.1rtAn
uuaiumg xiuu0 .
several UIUI iaiUUdU men wai. ;
iiiere was auuut uu uuUicu,
dollars in money burned, which
belonged to different persons.
Jeiise Heatlicoek Dead.
Jesse Hathcock, of near Por
ter, died from a stroke of para-
ySs Sunday night. For special
interest to the Veterans we state
tjiat jie was a member of the
42nd Regiment and was about
75 years of age.-
prise. boxes of UucKlen s Arnica raive, tne
Prom the best information ob-1 gjert Jf
tainable wTe think this is not the j Soid at Fetzer's Drus Store.
Jesse Hathcock for many yearsjTHE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOR
a citizen of Mt. Pleasant. CHILLS
. ' and fever is a bottler Grove's Taste
Flattery is similar to a rope of less Chill Tonic. .Never fails to cure;
J , A . Then why experiment with worthless
honey sweet, but contains little imjtations? Price 50 cents. Your
I strength. Knoxville Tribune. .
Mrs. HallifieM is lis Years UM.
The Rutherford' ou cor pen
dent to the Charlotte Oo.;. rvci'
"Rutterford conj'y has the
oldest person in the United
States and no doubt, the oldest in
the world. Tier ,-;Mue is Mrs.
Haii '.field, and she lives
two miles from Elleuboro. She
is lbs years old and until five
years aro she cc jid wnllc tho
distailc,; to Kllnbevo with nil
She now uses a rolling
Rev. Dr. C Lee, who died
jasj summer, looked iin hoi- no-t
three years ago and she wis 115
then He was abo.t 85 when he
(lifid M(l f .(, , w
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niemoer wen wnen ne was a small
boy she nurged him and that-
then she had several grown
children. This is a true story.
and well aiown to tllL, pe0ple of
Rutherford county. She is
, . , . ,
orignt, cueertul aud talkative.:
and is I10w enjoying -ood hen 1th,
and can be seen at any time at
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The Durham Recorder srives
ln nw; .
the following most valuable
remedy, if reality, and very
harmless receipe, if not wdiat is
1 1 rti i ii -t . i :
wuuiuia u-aiitju; u, uoiroy -1
; ing large numbers of hogs at
writer has been convinced, from
practical observation, that this
disease is a misnomer, that it is
worms, and the preventative and
remedy is wood ashes. Mix the
ashes in their food, and empty
the ashes and coals where the
hogs can have free access to
them, and the danger of 'hog
cholera' is effectually ruined.
'Don't empty, the hot ashes
and, coals in the hog pen. . To do
so. would most; likely result in a
repetition of a case that oc-
gs weie cremated.
Jon nesuiuo no rik wiu-n jou
buy Chfctnberlain 8 Colic, L Mole a
nnd Diarrhoea Remedy. . M. L.
Marfih & Co will refund your
.- , .
: money if you are not satihtiea
if, . r . ev6rvwhere
nuver fails. It is pleasant, safe
'Professor, who is the hap
pen man, he who owns a million j
ndg Qr he who hag geven
The whQ has gev6n
'He who has a million pounds
wishes for more, the man who
ha& seven daughters does not."
HE FOOLED THK SURGEONS.,
All doctors told Kenick HamiltoD, of
IXTo I oVuver O u t't-T kt iff (-rincr 18
jg from Rectal Fistula, he would
Stanly Enter- i die unJess a costly operation xvas per
formed: but he cured himself with live
money back if it fails to cure.
-My Will Finger arrived here
-Prof. Jas. P Cook returned '
home this morninsr. . t
- -Lewis Brown returned horn.''
-Mr. J F Beatty, of Ne
don, was here today.
Mr. L Loomis, of New York.
a short while this
Robt. Burke returned here
this morning from Bessemer. He
will go to Danville Monday.
Mrs. Jas. P Cook returned
home this morning from Mount
Pleasant. Miss Winona Cook
accompanied her here.
U""W1' ,rus m ilfee wno Is,
now on thft man col lino- ennff l
now on the road selling snuff,
arrived here last night to spend
He has been traveling
in the western part of the State
T u " T '
.InO. SOSSllIllOll OW i Sane Milll.
11 18 welcome news to every
n' not only hls friends'
.hear that Mr. John Sossamon,
I Sossainon's springs, in this
i count, who some months apn
became badly deran-ed mentally
and was contined m the asylum
at Morganton, is now a sane
man again. Clerk of Court
Cook has received a letter so
stating Mr. Sossamon's condi-
1 ion lroin ttupermtenaent iNlur-
CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it fails to
oure. 25o. The genuin has L. B. Q
n eaoh tablet.
Th e Summer is End ed,
The Harvest is Past.
THE TIME TO
Everybody and their kinsfolk know that
BELL, HARRIS & CO.
is the place to buy it and don't you forget it. Car lots, spot cash
and the best factories in the United States at our command gives
us a long lead in LOW PRICES. We have bought to sell we sell,
see if we don't. Have you seen our line of Pictures just in -nothing
like it ever shown in Concord. Prices range from 2."c to s2.50.
Don't miss the sight. Just the thing for Bridal, Birthday or any
other kind of Presents. New line of moulding just in. Picture
Frames made on short notice.
We Are Strictly in it for Business
, (heap Kate to :;
' hi the li'tl
tickets to N
of ll'th. on .
Fare for hh
! of this i couth the
-' 1 A
i t ave on evening
. i-J or No. :M
trip from Con
'. o days and one
ml Comfort and
b ur t uri lier in
on ( iowan Dusen-
Beacli. ( ;id i
bury. A ien t.
Concord Came Out Ahead.
Concord's colored baseball
team is also a - inner on the dia
mond this year. The Charlotte
team came over and played a se
nc-s ui panics wun inem
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went back home Friday night
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' d,efeated' Charlolte
tne iast two tlays- 1 !- 'ro of
tne last game was U to ll in Con
PHIL. D. KOHN,
E MAN : KAHN
WITH A FULL L1N.'; OF
which will be on display with
W. G. Boshamer,
COxNCOKD, X. C,
MONDAY, September n.
AT ATT A "K
VV lL 1 YOUlt KIEIl-
Suits to Order $15.00 and Up. v'
K Pants to Order $4.00 aid Up. '
Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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WE EMPLOY MO OTHER KIND.
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