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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, October 17, 1899, Image 1

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c.iffli n (0 Price $4.00 Per Yr. CONCOHD, N. C, T ES DAY, OCTOBER 17,1899. Single Copy 5 C.J.i A 'EGKO ESCAPES. I SERVED HIM RIGHT, After Tm Years a Crininal Is Captured and Eca; cs the Second Time-Per-sonals. Written for The Standard. China r.vovE, Oct. 16. Mr. John Plaster, who was living with Mr. Bing Beaver, of this place, died Saturday evening. lie was buried at Enochvillo 'i Sunday evening. Rev. Henderson X Miller and family king ': Rev. Mt. :uni a I t ' j a t IV.: M: Sp;:r;a; ". il H . Pleasant, are vis- r.s. I F Patterson's, iiicr held services at 'itii r m church Sunday r ;,i;:lr;;S E L CllUrcll !.t. Charles. Watkins, of l ! '. spent Sunday here family. Mrs. Summer ville, of Durham, is slopping at Dr. J B Gartner's. M i ,. G oorge Winecoff returned to Albemarle Saturday morning, a tier s tending a week at her father's. Mr. Arthur Ford, of States ville, spont Sunday with her sis ter. Miss Flora Sechler. Mr. Robert Lafferty, of David son college, is spending some time with his father, Dr. J S Laf ferty. A number of our young people attented communion services at Ebenezer Sunday. Tom Scott, a negro, who was arrested for stealing cotton seed from Mr. Efird about two years ago, and escaped, was caught by Policeman Smith, Saturday even ing. On their way to jail the negro Hi a Je his escape again. Tastor Oney Gets a Pounding. The people of St. Andrews congregation have been sitting quietly and letting their pastor say what he pleased now for some time. But they have been laying for him a good pounding. They built a place in which to keep him and put him into it Monday with the implied com mand, "Now abide there!" But they were not yet done with himfl and .when the evening shades gathered around, they gathered in and made it warm for him. Ho is of that hardy Virginia stock that bears up well, so he survived, and is jolly in antici pation of augmented avoirdupois' and his spirits are light and gay as a prospective bridegroom's. Complimentary to Mrs. II M Harrow. The Henderson Gold Leaf has the following to say of Mrs. H M Barrow, of this place, who has beon at that place visiting: "Mrs. Herbert M Barrow, of Concord, one of the moat devoted of the "Daughters," as she is one of the most lovable of wo men, is attending the convention this week. As a young lady (Miss Maggie Garret, of Halifax,) Mrs. Barrow7 wTas a frequent visi tor to Henderson and her pre sence gives pleasure to her many friends and admirers among our citizens. With her bright and beautiful little daughter Adelaide she is the guest of Mrs. Man ning 5? Taken to Statesville for Trial. Mr. .Tas. S Free, of Asheboro. Messrs. Colin Miller and H S I who ls in the revenue service, Sechler spent Sunday in Salis bury. H l in Tro'iMe Tow. ' i rv ha m V agoner, a young man of Chesr, S. C, son of the J W Wagoner who is confined in jail for retailing whiskey here a num ber of months ago, is in trouble n:?re io'.v, and was jiut in jail also Monday night. The officers got hold of the fact that this young man was attempting to in duce the witnesses against his lather to leave the town that nitiht. beputy Townsend and Po i; .t'oi.nson went to the de- t and found the fellow and a 1 the two witnesses. They were brought up town and the young fellow. Wagoner, was tried. He ' -i o jail to await trial in thec,ur: house, and the wit-n'is'"- wore bound over for ; : pearauce at the trial. The charge against this young '; an is now a serious one and it !s vl that the officers were so ' -ll capture the fellow before the train arrived that niirht. came here Monday night to take Geo. M R Clineto Statesville for trial for violating the revenue laws. Geo. Ciine has been con fined in our jail here for four months, and it is thought that, owing to the fact that he has been confied here so long, his sentence will not be very Ions:. j Committees Appointed to Secure Homes. The four ministers of the Methodist churches here, to gether with a number of the stewards -of the churches, met Monday night and appointed com -mittees to secure homes for the ministers and delegates that will be here next month to attend the Conference of the Western North Carolina district. At present 317 people have expressed their intention pf coming. The minis ter of each church with two stew ards, compose the committees. Central M. E. church has three Stewards appointed with their pastor. Jitff.:J Foreman Not Gnilry. Thp cse of the - State vs Jno. Q foreman and J C Black for an affray was tried Monday after noon, i Hon. Theo. F Kluttz and Judge Montgomery spoke in de fence of Mr. Foreman, while Solicitor Rush prosecuted. Mr. Black submitted to his' part of the affray. Judge pobinson completed his charge to the jury at 6.30 in the evening. The jury rendered their verdict that Mr. Foreman was not guilty. It will be remembered that this affray occurred at Brown's. stables that afternoon before the shooting affair of that night several months ago. Oflicers for the Company Elected. A meeting of the Cabarrus Black Boys was held in their armory Monday night. This meeting was held for the pur pose of electing the commissioned officers. Mr. Eli Coldston was elected as their captain, Andrew Grier first lieutenant, and Garah Caldwell second lieutenant. B-5tW...-.." He Gets His News Directly. Mr. W G Boshamer, who is manager of the market qnota tations for Murphy & Co., of New York, is not satisfied with a wire from Richmond, Va., and his company now has a wire running into his office directly from NewT York, and he gets the quotations in no way curtailed. Mr. S W McDuffie, a telegraph operator, arrived here Monday night from Roidsville to take charge of the instruments. PERSONAL POINTERS. Mr. Gray Barber returned to Charlotte last night. Miss Pearl Brown will leave tomorrow morning to attend the State fair. Misses Constance dine and Chassie Brown returned to Eliza beth College last night, For wr FUttr Yeftr Mrs. Winslow 8 Soothing Syrup -lias been used for over fifty years by rail, lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the ,'ums. allays all pain, eures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It witl relieye the poor little sufferer immedi ately. Sold by druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bot tle. Be sure and ask for 'Mrs. -Win- slows Soothing Syrup,", and tnkv no j other kind HOWARD ALPINE Two of the Leading Sty HOWARD STYLE This time it is a Big Hat Sale. Some days ago we had a big shoe sale which was a grand success because , tound just what they expected. We advertised bargain shoes had bargain shoes, and sold bargain shoes. Commencing next Fviday, Oct. 20th, we will put on our counters 500 Sample -Hats at less than manufacturer's cost. We bought them cheap and arc going to sell them the same way. We sav that we will seel you hats at Half -Price and we mean it. The sizes are mostly 7 and 71. So if you have the big head iust a little you can get favored. They will be placed on counters m the front of the store same as our shoe sale. EacL lot will be carefully marked and you can make ur selection: 2r 2.50 and $3.00 hats go at 1.48. 2.00 and 2.25 hats go on counter for the small price of 1.25. 2.00 hats and 1.50 go on the 98 cent counter. Other Men's hats as low as 25 cents, worth double the price. Just think 500 mens' hats and no two alike. Oh, my, want we have a crowTd. You never saw such Prices as we will have on line hats. You want to be here Friday or Saturday for Monday you might have to take Hobson's choice. These cool mornings should push your thoughts towards Undorwear and we are just the people to fill your wan,.-,. We an - doubt edy have the most complete line to be found an ! ihe )rice-.. to be sure, we make them O. K. Friday we expect lo throw out one case of 25 dozen Mens' Heavy Fleeced Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, sold everywhere at 50c. a garment, for a few days at tho special price of 39c, or 75c. a suit, -Everything in Women's and Childrens Underwear, wool or cotton. Big values hitched onto small prices. ; l. PARKS & COMPANY. Colin ia Comes in Ahead. Tlv first race between the Co nib:.. -( the Sh ('och. holiday, and the wind '' linni , . n. , r t - -..iivi ui uie Li iSil for ;Merikvl Th Conwrt ext Tuesday Midit. Quite an amount of good music , has been recently obtained by the band and it is their intention to give a concert on Tuesday niirht of next week in Caton's i I hall. There will also bo some vocal music in tho program by some of our best home-talent. amrock was THE BEST PKFOK-"PTfOX FOR CHILLS a i i ton V A ' JL m t tresses 5 tlMiiliru -s St to (IodliinK. It a to ketii) vonr r-ltLoo A. . " J V l 1 IV. T ftvd fever is a bottle: Grove's Tasto- lebrf Chill Tonic. N"evor f;is tn cure; I Thon why osperiment wi- i wortiB8 jirtiitationi? Price 50 centH. Your Tr.oru'v buck if it fails. to cure. HM CUKE A C)'.0 IN - OF in mi i MtlF uiiiv. Ki VB J? 'JP r.Jb AT AY i I Efti Worlds of Matresses' m stock and a !r-olid car of 100 on the way. Like Zeb Vance's whiskey all Matteresses are good but some are better than others. oee our ivoyai Felt, Acraa Spring, Perfection. Sea Pine Fiber, (."urled Hair, Cot ton. Cotton and Husk kt f but by no meausjleast our Rico Straw with cotton top. the Mattres for the millions. We have Mattresses to spare. Con feroiiceis coming. Don't forge u.-. We are unloading a solid car of Beds today- Solid c of S-)ri:'r- last w:eU. We are at your service.- T '" a 'oolc :-.t our lino Car)ets. We are agents for J. A Manufacture of the United States ,f "Pob o?i. .he larrest ' If von hM ven't time t. C(!!l( lione o!-( 1-ci-s Xo. 12. an., pressed by Alexander,- Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. I n rr s " ,Jon(' Satisfaction ,i All draprsists refund money if it fails to ( ; ! 13 a H S J c' ( :u ecbatablf-t.. i kU I'ain I'h.i "'Jno n iita(lwv' 7

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