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OONCOUD.-N. C, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1S99.
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A CAKE WALK.
Married ami Single Alike Take Part-
Two Cuseji of Sifkness-ORloers of the
Tnscaroi: Cotton Mill Elected.
Written for The Standard.
Mt. Peasant, Sept, 19. Work
is rapidly progressing on the
well for ihe new cotton mill.
Mr. John B McAllister is not
doing so well as at the time of
our last correspondence. Mr.
John Foil, son of Mr. Joe Foil,is
tilling his place behind the
co Inter at Cook & Foil's.
Polls have been placed for a
telephone line to the seminary.
It will connect with the line be
tween Concord and Albemarle.
Mr. Wade Misenheimer has
moved his family to Concord,
where he has secured employ
ment in the Odell mills.
Mr. George Moose is very low
with chronic diarrhoea. Little
hope of his recovery is sustained.
Mossi s. Whit Dry and George
Moose have placed machinery in
the old gin house, known as the
Luther Rurier gin, and will be-
irin ginning in a few days.
Rev. II L Patterson, of Union
jhidgc. Md., who has been visit
ing hoie I'or the last few days.
cos Wednesday for Chicago,
where he will take a special
1 our so in theology.
Two negroes are now living in
the shanty in the rear of Dr.
Foil's office. Last Saturday
night some unknown parties
crave thorn a bombardment with
stones. The negroes, like the
Filipinos, are still there.
Two negro women, Jennie
Heilig and Em Cook, were
arraigned before Captain Cook
yesterday for fighting. Each
was fined ten dollars and cost,
making twelve and one -half dol
Some unknown parties were
out for fun last Sunday night.
John Barley-corn led them
around town and had some
ionces torn down, pistols fired,
aud a number of other things
that were not exactly in
accordance with the keeping of
The cake walk last Saturday
evening at the home of Mr. L J
Foil was quite a pleasant affair.
About eight o'clock the music
h.'gan, as furnished by Miss
Annie Welsh on the piano. Out
un ihe lawn the couples were
' i'-iuir t . -;T places and very soon
the walk was on. After a ten min
utes walk, the drum beat came
hist asahe flag was being passed
iro-tn one couple to another. As
":.h had hold of the Hag, the
rake was awarded to two
couples, viz: Miss Blanche Mc
Allister and Mr. D D Barrier,
and Mrs. L J Foil and Dr. P A
Harrier. It was then cut and
passed to all1 the participants in
the walk. Games were intro
duced for the rest of the evening
and at the usual hour they dis
persed to meet again probably
next Saturday evening.
The stockholders of the Tus
arora cotton mill held a meet
ing today. Their object was to
organize under the charter and
! officers, which are as fol
' ' Directors, J W Cannon,
Paul Barringer, Jonas
Look, Dr. M A Foil, D D Barrier,
A N Jam . .. I P Etird: President.
THE COMMITTEES SELECTED
For the Lawn Tarty Friday Sight-To
Be Glyen for the Benefit of the Con
cord Band On the Lawn of Mr. Jno. C.
The ladies met yesterday after
noon and completed their arange
ments for the lawn party Friday
night, which will bo given for
the benefit of the Concord band
It will take place on Mr. Jno. C
Wadsworth's lawn. The follow
ing committees have been se
lected: Snlirntino' flnnunittAA n.nrl aRHist,.
, w i 1 Tvr-
ant managers Ward 1, Misses
, t i o -.. i
Pearl Brown and Sadie Fisher.
Ward 2 Misses Kate Means and
Agnes Moss. Ward 3, Misses
ftranfl -Rrnwr, and JnliPttp Johns-
ton. . Ward 4, Misses Mary
Skinner and Alice Sims.
Waiters-Misses Lucy Mont-
gomery, Willie Richmond, Lallah
Hill, Emily Gibson, Margaret
Cannon, Pattie Adams, Fay
Brown, Mary Virginia a(s
worth, Jennie Gibson, Mary
Ella Cannon, Addie Patterson,
Grace Brown, Juliette Johnston,
Mary Skinner, Cora Lentz,
Kate Morrison, Belle Means,
Grace Fisher, Kate Gibson,
janie jwrvm, jean irown, Agnes
Moss, Ollie Cline, Annie Young,
and Janie Pat-
Managers Msdames P B
Bron', Ch. W Correll, A E
Lentz, R E Gibson, D B Mor
rison, W R Harris, D B Coltrane,
W R Odell and H M Barrow.
The managers are requested to
meet Friday afternoon to com
To Make Concord Their Home.
As soon as suitable
ments can be made about houses
two of our farmers with their
families will move to Concord.
The one is Mr, and Mrs. Monroe
Gillon and the other is Esq. S R
Andrew and f imily, of the Pop
lar Tent neighborhood. Such
citizens as these are always wel
come to our town with their
The Twenty-Ninth Trcparingto Leave.
The Twenty-Ninth Infantry,
to which Lieutenant Edward
Hill, and Messrs. Jay Sims and e:gh Post, was here today.
Fletcher Foil, of this place, be- Rev. C Brown Cox left this
long, is making all preparations morning after spending yester-
fViie'day with Dr. L N Burlevson.
Ill Hl. I ' I f 1 I J 1T1 V v I 111; 1 lll L i
week bound for San Francisco
where they sail for the Philip
pines. THE BEST PRESCRIPTION
and fever is a bottle r Grove's Taste
less Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure;
Then why experiment with worthless
imitation.? Price 50 cents. Your
money back if it fails to cure.
fimeon Hat ley Dead.
On Tuesday afternoon Mr.
Simeon Hatley, a blind man, who j
lived several miles east of Mt. j
"Pi on emit rliod lnavinn" a wife and
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several children. The remains
were interred at Salem church
TVninrr fliu r i TM 1 WHf. flP Well a?? '
f Ulill v ...j . ,
in our late war with opain, diar
rhoea was one of the most
troublesome diseases the army
had to contend with. in many
instances it became chronic and
the old soldiers still suffer from
it, Mr. David Taylor, of Wind
Ridge, Greene county, Pa., is one
of these. He uses Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and pays he never found
jinvthinK that " would give him
A Beautiful Entrance to be Built.
Seven wagon loads of granite
W3re brought from Rowan county
Tuesday for the new entrance to !
be built at St. James Lutheran
church, which place was changed
very much when the street was cut
down. It is at present very un-
handv and danererous and thouerh
a good amount of expense is at-
uuhl txiere win ;iuu uiucii lu
the beauty of the place there
about and give easy and con
venient access to the church. The
plans have been sub
. ,A ,
Architect Hook, of Che
Some SoBroe. Gave False Alm
? Several persons along
SPrinS street Plainiy heard an
I alarm Tuesday night some time
after 11 ,clock ovor at the co1
OTd Baptist church. The bell
was rung and several persons
were heard hollering "fire." It
was a false alarm and seems to
, . .
: have been a crowd oi colored
' people trying to get a little bit
Mr. Smoot Bayvanlt to Build.
Work will commence soon on
a nice one-story residence for
Mr. Smoot Dayvaull on Mill
street. It will be built on his lot
Purchased some time -ago be-
tween the homes of Mr. B F
Rogers and Mr. W G Boshamer.
THAT THR013BING HEADACHE.
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Lite Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have' proyed their matchless
merit for 8ick and Nervous Headaches.
They made pure blood strong nerves
and build up your health. Easy to take.
Try them. Only 25 cents, Money back
ij not cured, at Fetzer's Drug Store.
Andrew Grier, of Harris
burg, is here today.
Mr. Jas. L Watson, of Salis
bury, is here today.
Mr. R A Harris, of Salis
bury, is here today.
Mr. Burton Bennett, of Nor
wood, is here today.
Mr. 0 J Carroll, of the Ral-
A FRIGHTFUL BLNDEUR
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Rucklen's Arnica
Salve, the best in the world, will kill the
pain and promptly heal it. Cures Old
bores, Fever Sorea, Ulcers, Roils, Fel
ons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions. Best
Pile cure on earty. Only 2i cts. a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold at Fetzer's
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17 H FlW S
For Ovar Flltv Yenm
Mrs. Wmslow's Soothiirg Syrup has
been used for oyer fifty years by mil-
! lions 01 mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immedi
ately. Sold by druggists in every part
! the world. Twenty-five cents a bot
in?, lie sure ana asK ior Mrs. win-
slows Soothing Syrup," and take no
is the most complete to be found
in our city. A visit to cur Store
will demonstrate the fact. Every
thing that's new and up-to-date in
the most popular Novelties are
now on display. We have received
another shipment of Ladies' Belts.
The new Dog Collar Belt is the
handsomest belt yet introduced.
They are in Pat. Calf, Brown and
Black Seal, with heavy" metal
trimmings and the regular padlock
attachment. They can't be beat;
far superior to anything ever
shown. A few swell novelties in
Elastic Belts with cut jet .trim
mings at 50 and 75c.
The best line of Leather Purses
at 25 and 50c. ever shown.
Cyrano head Beauty Pins and
Cyrano Chains are here as well as
a good assortment of Enamel Belt
Buckles. Fine Silk Opera Bags at
$1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
The Summer is Ended,
Tne Harvest is Pa it.
Evorvbodv and their kinsfolk know that
BELL, HARRIS & CO.
is the place to buy it and don't you toiot it. C;n- 'Jf spot CIlsh'
and the best factories in the United States at ou- ColIilI,and ives
us a lonjr lead in LOW PRICES. We have bou u lo s,.n - Ve sell,
see if we don't. Have you aoon our lino of T;(ums just in noth
ing like -it ever shown in Con-.rd. Price-. r.T,LM. fr(m, -:.t t .s.r0.
Don't miss the sight. Just the thinr fr-f xrid'il. Hirthd;.y or any
other kind of Presents. Now Inn- - jf ri, oiiltlin just in. " Pk-furcj
Frames made on chort nolicef
We Are Strictly jn a for Business
You assume no risk whe on
buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. M. L.
Marsh & Co. will refund vour
money if yon are not satisfied
after using it. It is every whore
admitted to be the most success
ful remedy in use for bowel com
plaints and ihe only one that
never fails. U is pleasant, safe
IS NOW AT
f J r
A c m : Secretary and
er, Rev. Paul Barringer.
CnMi nnink relief. lb is tor sale t
by M. L. Marth & Co.. Druggist