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CONCORD, N. C, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1S99.
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APPEALS TO COTTON PLANTEItS-
rh.iiniwiu Allison Suggests That Our
Cotton Planters Organize-Argument (
in Its Behalf.
In Sunday's edition of the Ral
eigh Post Mr. Jno. P Allison, of i
ihis place, writes as follows in' mnTinfrpr5 T.n w,c
. t .manageis, Messrs. Jno. Wads-
the interest 01 our cotton raisers WOrth inrl Ooo T?u'lvmn-ul tbit
. avoilii anct ijeo. lucnmona, mat
:f the South: jtho game, of baseball between
'The low prico of cotton and the married and single men will
:he depressed condition of our be held on Thursday afternoon
barters is the inspiration of this
letter; the amelioration of the
srirno its object. !
"jiv this continued depression
- art" brought to the necessity ;
tnkhur action for relief, and
a- 'necessity is the mother of in
..-..ntion,' it has developed the ,
f lowing plan.
4 'All agree that present and
prospective prices of cotton are
below the reasonable cost of
nt'odiK -i'on; the efforts to reduce
age have not b(Mn success
ful -My appreciable degree.
"I..:- iiiore really an over-pro-1
'or., so as to eause low prices;
v.' price1 diu.
-eli(nrinir thai tho-low i
re o othr c-v s ib0 !
-onld seem to lie in the'
, of planters and deal-! Wiio CJrosch, Aleck Hartsell Mr. Z I Walser, of Lexing
oint stock co!i'-- of ! am f'idi Correli. ton, paid Conco d Ids visit yes-
;:i:(;ie:;; strength to coir rol the
.-op. C'-n this be done?
There are, in round numbers,
je.iout 1.000 counties . -rowing
cotton. Should thee co initios
'.ich rai-e an average of s5'0C0
the difference in the price of cot
ion for one crop will almost do
'I admit this seems to be a
very large amount for planters
o raise; but when we consider
the largo amounts being raised
i ,v industries of insignificant im
portance compared with the cot
')n crop, we ought to say we
an raise this and will.
'There are railroad corpora
running through the South
v::h more capital. The sugar
Standard Oil Co.,
m -i y-f "I
aaiericnn 'l'ooacco uo., ano
1 : "s I miglit mention, have
".capital than this would
ait to. Now all these, ex
' ' :' s he first mentioned of course,
;u'. u.' control manufactured
i:u which is more difficult
M;aii to control cotton, and their
no lonirer in doubt,
11 'tUy jlclilLtiX agiuu
:' an irto the capital all of his
surplus over five cents for mid
,;':ng coiton the amount could
raised, the planter would
' -' liis stock paid, and yet get
- auu-.i money for his crop as
his last crop brought or his next
likely to bring without this or
ganization. "We will then be in a position
!' hold- all surplus cotton at a !
price, which must be uni- prompt and pf-rniauf-nt cures;
-nn throughout the year and have made it a great favorite with j
t T -4. 4 i the people everywhere. i:orsalei
-nvdm; to its nearness to,,. nr(T(fKtfi
' ';! bunks would do the same
usiiio us heretofore and get
' ':,i' (Je-;; Ksits from that source.
' ' X e i 1 h - : n u l d t h i s a n t a go n i ze
maiiufacturers' interests. It
help to make their own:
-mcos sblo Thov Willi
. ' ' ,
" -'d when they are as-
i rt'(l of ou t- ability to maintain
, ,i -n i i
i position; they will be bene-
' hy i-ot having such, heavy
''itiiiued on fourth page.) j
THURSDAY" THE DAY.
Tie Married and Single 3Ieu WilMYalk '
Out Into the Diamond In Full Costume
That Dar-ThcLlncUn of the Younger
I Tf l.nc 1. 4.-u
at the Iiller park Already
somo of the f.lthors have been
limbering themselves for the
T , , '
tight and will siioav the smooth-
, , ,
faced boys that in order to
achieve victories thev must walk
in thc footsteps oi their i'd'-1
dies," vrho for years have been
running the bases of life's game
and have never yet been knocked
Oeo. Richmond, who holds the
' ' .. '. ' " -j
omce ot captain, manager and
hn teller, will olav
j faces as fo'ilo n s: Will Mont-
gomery cf, John Alexander 3b,
' Aubrey Hoover 2b, Jas. Youns:
Aiaury i-mu id, v hi
,lo'z'-'r T' Leonard Boyd, If,
t-?obt. Keesler rf. The subs are
The proceeds of the game will
be given to the Concord band,
The admission fee is ten cents.
To Med With '.i.Isworth.
Xumbers of ladies of the town
(have expressed their desire to
help in some way the new Con- j Mr. N F Yorke spent y ester
cord band, and have decided on day in Charlotte with his brother,
having a lawn party Friday j Mr. Jno. Yorke.
night. We are requested to say ! Mr. Will Peden, of the firm
that all young ladies and married of Parks & Peden, of Albemarle,
ladies who will take part in the j is spending today hero.
lawn party will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 5 o'clock at Mrs.
Jno. C Wadsworth's in order that
all plans can be made.
To Elect Their Ollicers.
Lieutenant Goldston, of the
Cabarrus Black Boys, informs us
that every member of the mili
tary company is expected to be
present on the night of the 26th
of the month at the armory, at
which time a captain and second ' Mr- Johnson Miller and fam
, , t , -, . -i ily, who came over Saturaay to
lieutenant will be elected in place yt Mr and M ,.s N M philli1)St
of Mr. Edward Hill and Jos. ' fimi. ,. n.tnvra! tr.
Goodman, who are now away. '
Arraiiirements are being made,
ior anouiui dimuij, i .....j i6ra Kylej Gf Gads-
t " : V . . deii, Ala., arrived here this
A Brokerage Business m Concord, morning and spent today with
Mr. W G Boshamer has opened jnss Lallan Kill. She leaves to
a brokerage business, or "bucket-, night for New York to visit her
shop, "in his office. Every fifteen sister, Mrs. Fletcher Smith,
minutes he receives by wire the ; : '
markets from the hours of 1U a.
m. to 3 p. m.
The soothing and healing prop
erties of Cl'liiv. ht-i hdn's Cu:h
Remedy, its pleasant taste and
Taree Fir-s In Tlirce 3limites. j
Wilmington had three. fires in ;
three minutes last Thursday and i
three 50 bills will cover the loss. !
Good fire fighting that was.
THAT THRQ15BING HEADACHE
Would mickly leave you, if yon used (
D; Iilc Pillfc Thousaudsi
of sufferers Luve proved their matcblesa !
merit for bickuud Nervous Jlendacbes.
; de re Woocl strong nerves'
or.,1 hniM nn vourbealtb. Easy to take, i
: Try them. Only 25 cents, Money back :
f ii ixot cured, at Fetz?r's Dru Store.
; One of the Bones Broken.
Mr Aflam Kees. who lives
near town had tllG misfortune to
left lower. le today (Monday)
ui n t -i
sitting on the back of the wagon
one of the wheels came off and
i i i
one side ot the wagon droiiped to
the ground, catching his limb
under it. Fortunately the smaller
b )ne only was broken. ;
IIr. J N Bolnman, of Hick
ory, is here today.
Mr. L D Duval spent yester
day at his home here.
Mr. Jno. P Allison is srend-
iusr toJiiv Jit Linwood.
Mr. D Francis Cannon, Jr.,
spent Sunday in Salisbury.
Mr. Chas. Iirvtsel!. oi Saiis-
bury, spent yesterday here,
J 1 17 J
Herbert Cook spent yr- '.ei-
,lar i;i Salisbury, will, his p:,i ;- -
Mr. Ous Ijartsoll came in!
Saturday niglit to spend Sunday, j
Charlotte this morning .on busi
i Mr. Ben Ci'aven. of China
j Grove, spent yesterday here
J with his parents.
.Ir Clarencft Brownr of Sal-
' isbury, spent last night with Mr.
Mrs. H B Parks spent yes
terday in Charlotte with her
daughter, Mrs. S F Stephens.
Little Miss Mary Pember
ton, of Albemarle, is visiting sev
eral of her friends and relatives
Mr. Walter R Henry and
son, Peyton Henry, spent today
here. Mr. Henry is the bank ex-
aminer ana paia ?r.e mrs
tional bank his somi.amuia
their homo in Mecklenburg)
For Ovr pi it v Tears
Mrs. Winslow's SoothiEff Syinp has
been used for over fifty yers by mil-
! K-ir. C . 1.1 t J.I 1 ! 1
mum era ior iueir cniiaren
Ubile teething, with perfect Bnccess. It
j soothe8 the child 8oftens the
I fui mu 00110, nud 13
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will
relieve tbe poor little sufferer immedi
ately. Sold by drugreists in every part
of the world. Twenty-five cents a bot
tle. Be sure and ask for ''Mrs. Win
slows Soothing Syrup," and take no
' I Boyj I SIR
; Clothing: OJU
i . I.
We open the Fall Season with
the' choicest stock of Boys' and
Mldrens' Clothing, Furnishings
and Headgear ever shown under
A large line of Vesiee Suits,
very nobby, for boys S to S years
old. All Suits from 8 to 16 years
are made with double seats and
double knees to the pants, wear
ing almost twice as long. A great
variety of Boys' Knee Pants with
double seats and double knees at
50c, ?5c. and 98c. Mothers, if yon
want your boys dressed in neat,
serviceable Suits bring them to
us. We have enough kinds to
satisfy any taste, with prices that
agree with your ideas of economy.
Ike Summer is Ended,
Tbe Harvest h Past.
THE TIME TO
Everybody and their kiusfollc know that
BELL, HARRiS & CO.
is the place to buy. it and don't you forget it. Car lots, spot ear,
and the best factories in the United States v. our command gives
us a lonsr lead in LOW PRICES. We hav- bought to sell- a- sell.
! see if we don't. Have you seen our lin. oi L A tui ju.t in- uotli
jing like it ever shown in Concord. Prices range 1'i'om Sl . .-. ."(.
! Don't miss the sight. Just tht; tiling for Bridal. Birihday -r any
other kind of Presents. .Now
We Are Strictly
Yon assume 110 n.-k when you
buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. M. L.
Marsh & Co. will refund yonr
money if ycu are not satisfied
after nsinc it. It is everywhere
admitted to be the most sncerps
fnl remedy m use for bowel com
plaints and the only one that
never tails. It ia pleas; ut, safe
IS NOW AT
line or momding jur-t in. rc.ure
on .hort notice.
in ii ior Busim