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CONCOHD, N. C, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2G, 1S99.
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a iu-e:u:ss driver.
Amr-TIie r:!U:n Crop lmillN est i!o-;os -f?-.. Millor to
Thinl Short -IH-toj) IJooil Take a Special Course at Chicago.
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i n- The Standard .
To Have a CongrejrMinna! 7Tecf Sun.
The oilicers of the Fii;- Pres
byterian church arc lookia for
ward to purchasing the R W Al
lison nroncriv on North Mnin
j Mr. II. J Eddleman, liveryman, street) whcro xtcv Parks
I ; b(3pt. L'U: We have had uuu ui ins ucm riorscb, - now lives, for the purpose of
, v.v;itber for a veek, and the day Ross Eller, a young man builtlincr their church thereto
has ino' They le't hei-e at 8 o'clock
' and returned some time in the
1 ! , t .11
are getting on well Vvil wolhs m 1110 cotton mill
i;r co i i on. liiecrop is iuny wj,iui uu?f fj
, ;,-ra short. " Sunday to take his girl out'drivj
Mr. Noah Blackwelder
,ick for several da vs.
Mr-. Ini Winecoff returned evening. When he got home
rnsswell Spring's Satur- tllG horso fell to his knees sev-L-.
Uer little son has improved cral timos before ho could be
v(,;v :nucU. ; loosed from the buggy. The
Mr. Summers, who has boon i horse, after being unhooked,
I lor 'some weeivs at Mr. iiid. 51Ctt"J u"Lii UUdL!1-
;j u returned to his home hi ' doath was caused by over-driv-J
K.b ary Saturday night. j inS- The boy will no doubt pay
I The colored people will be fav-! de;iry for his trip,
j o:u next Friday night at Bethel j Mr. Gus. Stewart, family an
j ';:y a erhion from Bishop Hood overseer in the cotton mill here,
I A number of white people are has moved to Statesvillo where
j M;:i:;v; -of going to hoar the i ho will likely locate.
1 n:,-v!p. I Dr. Murdock, of Salisbury held
j Mr. Lee Caldwell and family, : services in tho academy hall last
I o: Ilighsprings, Fla., spent a j night.
4 fer ii:rys last week with their
I min.Mrs. F W Glass.
! Mr. K G Mabrey, our depot
spent, last week with his
lazily iii'Thomasvillo. ;
tt There was a'shooting: atorr two
I miles nortn of.-ithis place last
nirht. There was no
take the place of the present one.
It is not yet decided. A meeting
of the congregation will be held
the coming Sunday.
THE BEST PK?:SCiUPTION FOIi
and fever is a bottle c. Grove'a Ta6to
letw Chill Tonic. Kever fuils to cure;
Then why experiment with worthless
imitation? Trice 59 cents. Your
ttfonnv b&cfc if it fails to cure.
i one serionsly.
Rev. J P Miller left this morn
ing for Chicago, where he will
enter school to take a special
course. Rev. Leroy Deaton will
fill his pulpit during his absence.
j A Mrwcal Treat.
I About thirty persons attended
j the concert given at the St. Cloud
j hotel Monday night. It was not
i a teriro crowd and a large crowd
I as not expected as it was an
ov. nin for lovers of vocal and
I instrumental music. The partic
I ijcr.ts in tho program were
I Mi Minnie Johnson, of Ral-
r-isrh. Miss Bessie Campbell,
I M:. Van Wagner, of tho Con
I Institute and Miss Rose
j E:irr:s. Every selection was ox
J '."ii'lv rendered. Miss John-
I r" v;ho is on her way to Con-
r'ih-L'o, wiiere she teaches
I . ;!,;, is a most (excellent
A Bran New Baby In Tdwh.
The lecture Monday night in
the opera house was fairly well
attended as compared with other
entertainments and we believe
was generally well enjoyed.
It is doubtless a matter of
curiosity to those not present,
what would be the line of
thought in a lecture on "A
Bran New Baby In Town." The
speaker started with parental
precautions for the babe in tho
period when crying is its only
means of making known its wants,
with increased judiciousness as
the young people advance in
childhood and approach man
hood and womanhood, not neg
lecting to impart some whole-
! some jossons of duty, of venear-
Lestor Gray Home from the Arr.i)r.
Lester Gray, son of Mr. Jno.
M Gray, who formerly lived on
Young avenue, has returned
homo from tho army. It will be
remembered that some months!
ago he enlisted in service
again at Greensboro. He was
placed in the Thirty-fifth regi
ment, Company A, and has been
at Vancouver, Washington. He
had the misfortune to be thrown
from his horse and received an
injury in the hip. His injury
was- not bad; but enough that
he was discharged trp-m the. regij
ment as it- 'wasi--m ;?$&qd&e&t)
sail for the Pnilippitfes. He ar
rived at Salisbury last Sunday.
He has recovered from his fall
and hates that he was discharged.
Mr. Chase Bronizer, of Char
lotte, is spending today here.
Messrs. H M Weir and J W
Toney went over to Charlotte
Miss Minnie Johnson, of
Raleigh, left this morning for
Spartanburg, S C.
Mr. D B Coltrano and Dr.
Wr C Houston went to Norwood
this morning on business.
Jl thousand tongues
50 dozen men's black soc
thrown to the breeze at a great 1
sacrifice. How we come
them is too long to tell, tlx
come to you about at h
price and that should be interr
ing. Not a pair that's not
worth 15 and 20 cents. You
get them at 10c a pair or $1.10
dozen. They are fine gauge,
full fashioned feet, spliced
heels and guaranteed fast
black- They are equal to any
thing ever thrown on a
counter at 15c and many
worth 20c. A hosiery chance
that don't come every day.
True Bargains for the eco
on the violin and our
n ors I K.' YOCiU ium m
t .selorlions, Miss Bes-!
pbi.'U, in her splendid,;
r on trie vioun and our; rril ) . :i
. , . i iro'ii the young to parents, j no U,J
to fortunate m hearing J. ,
, . owls oi cigarer'o smoking and . ptio
' . twice.
liro-.M.-ds of the entertain-
t-iit to dnfrav some ox-!
0 'sort, aecidedlv more majcrous : out me umverso. do win everyone
:it. tiie Ei)iscoT)ai church, f " in ' , , fV, I ries Dr- Kincr's New Discoverv
1 l hon -ti'ol! pnnno.n.rpr with l MP, I . . a. i -vi mi i .
j nf UJ"U " w""uv'' I ior any irouoie oi xue xxiruat, uetrit or
!",lars was th0 am0UDt drift of f ho lino Of thought. IWs. Price 50o. and S1X0. Triul
(1oull not exi;rpss tho rantar of
tioii, of obedience and affection ! Anni K. pnner, of 1125 Howard ft '
f uilftdeJphi;i. r.i.. when she found th-it i
Kiti"' New recovery for Consurj- i
n lisd ci rnp!: tolv cared Jier l:ackii i '
i:.....,.-i:iv.,v.ll,,l.tvov,wl 5,, sooimn tuhv i-r ni'n.ie years mm in mm
n4uu. ai.uni v.,,r Jlf;tll burden. All other remedies and1
strour colors and should have a ; do(?torH couM uiyo her no help, but alio
says of this lioyai Cure it soon re
moved the pain in my chest and I can
now sleep soundly, something I can
scarcely remember doing before. I
reel like sounding its praises throusrh-
decidedlv more ludicrous 1 out the Universe." bo will every one
The lecture was interspersed
i with humor of the most hilarious 1
: It'tter from Prof. E B
of Kinston, formerly the
CUKE A COLD JM NE DAY
' Tako Laxativo Bromo Quinine TaV)ietH. ; -w
All clrrssririst ef-n-.i n;on.-;y u ;t f'iHsto
cur3. 25o. T" enuin haa 1j. '6. Q
)n each tablet.
' bottles free at Fetzer's Drug Store:
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i eyery uonie iiurarietu.
'"r:vnndent of our graded To y Friends:
is v:(- 1(l-rn that he is now j hav0 accepted a position as
a in newspaporwork. At fsaesman in the store of Mr. S. ;
, , ;:-,iS(,ru he is writing for a Goodman? at Litaker building,
yvr syndicate and ex- where I shall be glad to have my
' x 1 soon take a ilace on 11 nnrl Hvp me a lib-
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We havi3 been strictly in it for the past three
weeks. We are expecting every day another
" l or Overdriving.
'nnpson, a young man of
some days airo over- Irs
oral share of their patronage.
Rev. L. C. Nash.
mmmmmm? I Gar of Furnit ure,
For Ovr Misv V:rH
Winslow's Soothitp yrup has
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h(im. fv T.lrnrTnn been UfsCd for OVer mtVira uv 111.
i j j i v a. mull
mothers for utr
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. . . i . . . . -1 . t n f)i
i1.3 vestlgaiea UIO wlnU, te,tWn., with perfect snecess. It
10 young man had to sootbcs the child, softens the gums,
dollars and the costs for aiiayN all pain, cures wind colic, and is
(i'htful conduct. Esq. the best remedy for Diarrhoea It-ill
,', 11 rehev.'tiio p.r little tvhr nnmv,-
.,f the world. Tttouty-iive cents bf-t-llu
enrennd a. for "Sirs. "i-
r - t
UShorrillisspond- 9 RoiBg Syr,..." and toke no
'I iioou jii Uh.ano'.to.
Car of Stoves, Car of Sprinr, and last, but not
least, Car of Chairs.
It keeps us moving but we ar mowr, vou know, and if yon
j will keep your eyes on the southeast corner of the fiist page of The
! Standard we will keep you posted fallow our irstrnc'tion, wo w
do the rest. Co"iie and see if we don't.
BELL HARRIS St CO.
ii' m c 1 p Like tLe miiier f li ue
' the nice pictures until we can serve you.
y e i' tn-T;B. Lo k at
Bell, Harris cV Co.