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CONCORD, N. 0., FRIDAY, OCTOBEI; 13, T ; )9.
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t'n. 'i. Kau'lsoim-ly Treated 15 y
rhe Kev. R C Craven, who is
aidimz Rev. J D Arnold in
IT- imr at Forest Hill re-
No'.ts from the "Inlini:! S?hooL
Written for Tho BUsdard.
Mehnno, Oct. 15. Among tho
Crops i s,:. , drain Frr '1)1).
The total wheat crop of 1 0l
ens Holds anl CV.t;ie.
A new hotel has been built at , i y estimated by the American!
list of students who stood rirst in Pinehurst, the famous winter re-; ATicnhuvisi, n its final report
their respective elajos for the sort established in the pine re-! to be published Oct. 14 at 505.-!
month ending October 2nd, were SioD " Moore county by MrJ850 0u0 bllsheiSt ffrown 0n-45.-!
A 1a. Kt xt i
Brandon Means and Gordon
cp'vod a pleasant surprise today Johnson, of Concord, and Billy
from his congregation heGrande.
Last Monday night an old
SHmcer in the way of a letter
inir a )Ostal note for s20
fashioned candy pulling was
xxto, mixi.uiic-.il. ""-51,000 acres, as compared with I
tarn manufacturer from Boston. -, ,. , ,
T . . , , : a production last year which, mi
It will be called the ;'Carolbv. . 1 J t ' .
, , , . , , me iignt or me season s move-
and when completed will have '
cost about 125,000. The hotel i iJi""1'
iO.uu'J.UUU ousno s. The aver-
a posiai nuie ioi c'j . , f, T;i)t-,u ni - f. c contains bkJo rooms and the dis. .
, , , v guen by tne literary Societies ; niri -
roqnost tha he make - ' thoroughly ojoyod byif ad if is cxactl- ' f 1 ? aC1
1"''n-:':lSi r 011 a "U all. Some of the loveliest young 6ht8 of a mi,c- Itis now Ulng s bShols.
acre is placed at
Tor that amount and
.1.1 n (riff lTi tp;tiinmivl
' t t 1 11.; tl VILL- AAA .VVJVAAAXAJ
ladies from the
. , . T country were ivresent, and every -
t he ic lovo and esteem. Kev. K , . . ...
, , uouy seemeo 10 nave a gooa lime.
)hed and J . . . . , .
, i. ne Cuiertainment was held in
i course, com
w:'s much pleased with the suit:
i , .'.!i wii Not SubsvriKv!.
i;anday. the first day of
the large dinning hall of tho
school which was handsomely
decorated with palms and ferns.
The bovs returned from Guil-
Berkshire, n7 rooms; lagnoiia,
1 ,1,1 n
. - it will be lenieinbit.-d ; ford College highly iv.eased with
n.i:V--gational meeting tho rnm-lonns mid h-.Tiitn.hlo
- . , ww.v... ' - . . . . Z-i T
. iiw... ,w;ruib. .,, n ' -. ( and Pino Grove, 17 rooms.
v-s t:anvas.s he mado'c,itinr from beginning to end.
most luxuriously furnished and! rne winter wheat crop is esti
wfill be open for the reception of mated at 197,000,000; average
guests by November 1st. The 'yield 11.5 bushels per acre;
carpets in i alone cost over 12,-1 spring wheat crop, 209,000,000;
000. j average rate of yield 13.7
The "Carolina" will make tho 'bushels,
seventh hotel at Rineburst nil The aV(vao0 rat(, of yield of
owned by. Mv. Tufts. The ft.her ! cats acconiinir to Agriculturist,
In;;, 13J rooms;;. 4 of"oA
faVZk V.1. -
:tw ".:... V
acre 2.05 bushels above that of
T? T. f '
for George. (V
j last year and an average higher
I 1 x TTOf ATTA11 l-vrvPl1 -M.-v -fc-v i r-V
In addition to this Mr. Tuii.i1"1"1 uultJ
-'rriptions for the Roth Guilford and Bingham got I
; he Allison property touchdown and the score was;
owns 76 colt a ires which he :ents
for the whole breadth. The
s a loca- thoil fiv(, t0
1 n:'v r'l
v" .s made during the!
or- ':;?ys. Two thousand
was tho amount to be
".land -nly si, 750 was
kicked goal and won by a single
j point. ..Neither side scored m the
first half and the ball was gen
erally kept by Bingham in Guil
ford's territory. .
to families. Last wintei
hotol, eott?ges ud Viorrr(li?ior
houses were full of guests.
:. I.: - oorell to Wed.
Ca'd' have been received by a
h'Av oi iii most intimate friends
nere ii ' inguiom to attend the
marrh of Mr. A 11 Correll, of
this pha;e. u Miss Essie Miller,
of Colu nbia. S. C, which will
take pi -co on the 25th of this
month v : he bride's home. Mr.
Concii, aniil recently, has been
employed, nt August a, but has
now engaged in the jewelry
business with his brother, Mr. D
C Cor""!1, in Spartanburg.
S.-'v-stiii to laisti-r.
A yn-i ; t 'y little story is told by
the Evening Memphis Scimeter
leaching a lesson to have about
you the in cans of identity. In
; lays when Fayette
'f,u'ity sj.arsely settled a
Mn w .i.s .found dead by a
(,Jeek s. -.io distance from Mr.
Halls' ;ntel. On examination
and inqm.bt it was found that he
died of mitral causes and had
825,000 with him. No clue to
his identity could be obtained.
The money was turned over to
the county trustees and put on
interest. Twenty -one years
afterward there came along a
man of 27 years and stopped at
4 l . TT-. I i -. .
uau noiei. ine proprietor that we would never see the
urged him to register, saying it kindly face of our goodfriend
A Ditnircrous Experience.
Mr. Neai Henderson, who
clerks at the Morris hardware
store, had an exciting experience
Thursday afternoon near the
lumber yard of the Yorke &
Wadsworth Co. As he was riding
along the street on horseback a
team drove into the street from
the lumber yard and before ho
could realize his danger the
tongue of the wagon struck the
horse in the side. The horse
fell into the ditch and Mr. Hen
derson was thrown violently
upon the ground, but far enough
away that the horse did not fall
on him. Neither Mr. Henderson
northehorse sustained any injury
from the dangerous tumble. The
driver of Uie team didn't stop to
investigate the damn ere.
Gii.on whose vocal
! crop is estimated at 809,000,000
hush els, against 790,000,000 m
and 814.000,000 in 1897.
Tho quality of the present crop
is reported unusually good.
The authority named places
.1 -1 i n
tne average condition oi corn
O l w O
organs scorn to be suffering from , l!ir0G points jower tlan Scpt l
similar misnap snoweci us a
collar button yesterday that he
took from a. chicken gizzaid.
Most probably that biped was
wearing that button about tho
neck according to style, but like
and onlv two higher than was
reported at this date a year ago,
and adds that if the final rate of
yield shall substantiate that indi
cated by the returns, thejerop is
likely to be found rather above
and wear ri-'Tht.
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it often happens with you when , 2A2m j000 busheis a fairiy
ine outton noie oecomes yor :i llberal msult but not a rec0rd
the button dropped inside. In
this case it went to the laboratory,
instead of the waist fittings,
where the digestive organs had
it disintegrated in form of three
pieces preparatory to complete
digestion which was cut short
when the chicken's head suddenly
Talks Directly to New York.
Not until recently has the
Bell Telephone Co. had calls
for their lino from here to New
York. Within the last week.
Mr. Jas. W Cannon hns had
occasion to use it three times.
The price for a conver
sation with one in Now York
That would to some
A I'm Picture of "Ited liuck."
The Monroe Enquirer gets the is 5.75
following off on Mr. H E C seem very expensive wdiile in
Bryant, "Red Buck," getting a j important affairs it .is a great
Mr. G W Ould, of Lynch
burg, arrived here last night.
Mr. Harry Shaw, of Char
lotte, is here today.
Capt. Jonas Cook, of Mt.
Pleasant, was here today.
utation tbe.t is
known ev Dry
where. We have
iMmo in n .
picture of him from the Bible :
4 'We were glad to see Mr. H E
C Bryant, of the . Charlotte Ob
server, in Monroe again. He was
here yesterday. : It is his first j
satisfaction to talk directly to
the person there.
Organization Effected Again.
visit here since his serious sick-j After spending their summer
ness. . For awhile we were afraid ' months in pleasure found at sum
mer resorts and visiting friends,
. i i ii mi i
would hoi v, , ap-ain. hnt, ho is tiott wall halo the mem oers oi vne xiiuibudy
occasion required and told- him'1 a Red Buck" will Afternoon Whist club met again
the story of the dead man with 1 turn t0 he Pvages of his WU' I this week with Mrs. Robt. S
the ,noo. The voun- mil i?86 Bibl Vilh I Young and will now continue ther
, , " xne onng manlSamnel, 16th chapter and 12th i
had beeu striving all these years ' verse, he will ' find a good pen meetings regularly. The moeting
to find out something of his lost Picture of himself. . was ; full of interest and the
father and here was the clue, j The verse referred to above by members have commenced as
He proved to the satisfaction of Brother Aslicraft is as follows: with new vigor. Elegant re
the trustees that he was the son i "And he sent and brought him freshments were served by Mrs.
and heir and was entitled to the! in. Now he was ruddy and . Young.
lln1- He received the full j withal of a beautiful appearance ! KeceiTer Appointed.
anioum which had grown to and goodly to look to'. And the'; Jud Robinson has appointed
'"uoie i :ie orifirmal sum x t 1"
... . , ,T j Lord said. "Arise, anoint him, Andrew Murphy, Esq., tempo-
S. I mi
m, m m
in all sizes from
5 to 9 1-2. We
have an elegant;
if . mi n FM
in lace and but
ton, sizes 5 to
91-2. Snow slices
for men are ab so
lutely the best
and priced at
$2.1)0, S3.00 IIC M
i he f . otning and healing prop- ' for this is he!"
ertu-. . f nh
Kerned its nl-ncnnf oC r T 4T. i in
r- uuu rars. !j iMcrsisnanaaaugnnji,
J rary receiver for the business of
J T Harrison & Co. This upon
complaint of Mr. J W Hammill.
A hearing in the matter will be
i - permanent cures ! Miss Helen, will arrive in the
nave made it a crpni, fn
the people everywhere. For sale where they have been spending had m Concord on the 18th.-Sa,
L- Mai & Co., Druggists, the summer with relatives. isbury Sun.
Worlds of Matresses in sto.-kand a solid'car of 100 on the
way. Like Zeb Vance's whiskey ali Matteresses are
good but some are better than ethers. Sec our iioyai
Felt, Acma Spring, Perfection, Sea !oss,vPino Fiber,
Curled Hair, Cotton, Cotton and Husk last but by no
meansjleast our Rice Straw with cotton top, the Mattr,
for the millions. Wo have Mattresses to .spar Con
ferenceis coming. Don't forget us. Wo an? unloading a
solid car of Beds today Solid car of Sor:n'- last. week.
We are at your service. Take a ... t our v of
Carpets. We are agents for J. J. Do -.!. :)e la vr --r
Manufacture of the United States- If yon r;aen:J titr e to
come, 'Phone orders No. 12.