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CONCOUD, N. C, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBEU 18, 1899.
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THE E1V MILL STARTS.
LIPPAKDS &. SIIEALY MILL.
Pedieut m! Willi Keligious Services Important Transactions Tnesday Night
Con erV Mill Statistics o Saloons The Mill Will Hum Thursday.
Seeded for Prosperity. i Very important movements
Bv 'hone message from Capt. have been transpiring with re-
J M 0,1 11 Tuesday, The Stand- gard to the Lippards and Shealy
Lrd representative was invited mill. Mr. Shealey has sold his
'to see the steam turned on the stock to Messrs. P L Saunders,
5 -.wave mill at Forest Hill. J B Sherrill and B A Miller.
Mr. Bernard Fetzer is taking
in the State fair at Raleigh to
day. Miss Grace Fisher went to
Raleigh this. morning to attend
Mr. D L Bost returned from
Charlotte on the evening train
Mrs. J" M Odell returned
from Bessemer City Tuesday
Miss Pearl Brown wrent to
-pim was witnessed by a A meeting of th& stockholders
goodly number of invited guests. ' was called and they met Tuesday
When all things were ready night. At this meeting Mr. J C
Kov. mold complying with Lippard resigned the office of
request stepped for- secretary and treasurer. This
landing on the base of officer is necessarily a member i Raleigh this morning to attend
' o- the great shaft of the board of directors. Dr. t'ie Fair.
io gigantic driving W C Houston resigned his mem- Mr. H P Deaton, of the
invoked Heaven's bership of this board to make ; Mooresviile Record-Times, spent
:ho industry about to room for Mr. J B Sherrill to be- j luesday night here.
;!tod. The prayer come secretary and treasurer,
r the immense bless- which immediately followed.
industrial development1 The organization now stands,
Mrs. J,"W Cannon and Miss
Margaret Cannon went over to
Charlotte this morning.
the " dependence of man on directors, viz. : J C Lippard, R T
Divine earn and furtherance of Lippard and Geo. B Hiss.
Mr. P L Saunders was em-
all legitimate and noble enter
prises. The prayer closed with the
apostolic, benediction when Capt.
Odell stopped forward and turned
the throttle wheel when without
croak or jar the ponderous en
gine moved with grace and ap
parent eonciousness of its im
mense power. The expression
of pleasure and admiration was
on everv face and a laudable
pride waspa inly depicted on the
machi nip's whose mechanical
culture enabled them to com
mand the movements of this
giant as their will-power gives
dpxtrous movement to the hand.
The driving wheel to this en
gine is unlike many in that it has
eight grooves and carries as
many two-inch ropes instead of
a single belt.
Upon qui solicitation as to the
otton miils at Forest Hill and
in the town the Captain handed
us the following statistics:
Odell iVLi-. Co. started in 1878
with 1,000 spindles, no looms. It
now has running 30,000 spindles
and 1,330 looms. The new mill
is now completed and will con
tain 520 looms, making in all,
30,000 spindles and 1,850 looms.
Cannon Mfg. Co. has 17,000
spindles and 540 looms. The
new mill there will add 6,000 spin
dles and 300 looms,making 23,000
spindles and 840 looms.
Cabarrus cotton mills have
4,50 spindles and 320 looms.
Lippard & Shealey Mfg. Co.
Coleman Mfg. Co. has 7,000
spindles and 150 looms.
The Bala millshave 3,000 spin
dles, making in all 69,500 spindles
and ",16t ''looms.
u.,een years we have nadj Car loads of lions' north from
niiv 'lr'' '1 l0mS an!d r Pros; Sweetwater, Tenn., had bad
P. j a,...-- htjen accelerating and j , , , mi 1
our shoe's are Imlding up all the luch Monday- The ho&s were !
while with not a penny from that taken out of the cars at Spencer !
uunu. v no says bar rooms and all oL them that had not died
are nee'i -d m a townV
on v, i;
hi -! -in:.. 1
; ( ; J;Cei Vt
Guy Barrier returned home
and well-being of man, and the rill, Secretary and Treasurer; today from Kings Mountain and
t m iv . : r . 1, twill ln?v T.nmcrnt, tot I -Jriff-in (-n
jrlorv of God and acknowledged wno witn me loiiowmg iuim me , 0
Hon. . Theo. F itluttz and
Hon. Lee S Overman returned
to Salisbury last night.
Mrs. Dr. LA Bikle, of Kings
Mountain, arrived today to visit
at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. G W Means.
Dr. and Mrs. Lilly went to
Durham today where Mrs. Lilly
will visit her sister, Mrs. Ogles
by while the doctor takes in the
Mr. Jno. P Allison went to
Raleigh today. He had a special
invitation to be at the cotton
growers' meeting tonight. He will
take in the fair, of course.
Mrs. M E Houston, of Mon
roe, the mother of our towns
man Dr. W C Houston, arrived
today and will be with Dr. and
Mrs. Houston for some time.
Mrs. M J Carl, Mrs. Dr.
Burleyson and Mr. Stuart
Morrison went to Raleigh this
morning to attend the State
fair. They left on the 6 o'clock
Admitted to the Concord Bar.
Mr. J F Newell took the
prescribed oath and was admit
ted to the Concord Bar Tuesday.
The recent license of Mr. New
ell was noted in The Standard.
We wish him a successful and
worthy career in this very hon
Cleanliness Next to Godliness.
It pays to keep your clothes
clean and pressed by Alexander
& Hendrix.- Satisfaction al
ployed as superintendent, and it
is proposed to start the mill
It is entirely probable that the
charter will be amended at an
early day, making the name of
this mill the "Lippard Yarn
Other Superior Court Proceedings.
The following other cases have
ben disposed of:
State vs. Foreman for shoot
ing Black Defendant submitted.
The court adjudged that Black
pay all costs in this and the case
of the State vs. Black and Fore
man for affray in the latter case
Black submitted and Foreman
State vs. Bill Taylor (colored)
for assault with deadly weapon.
Judgement was suspended on
payment of costs.
State vs. Jno. A Cline of For
Hill on charge of selling intox
icating liquors (in the form of
cider). Verdict was, not guilty.
State vs. Mac. Boger for shoot
ing Jesse Koontz defendant
submitted and was given six
month on chain gang.
State vs. J W Wagner, retail
ing without license. He sub
mitted and the judgement to be
suspended on payment of the j
btate vs. John Granger, asjj
. . -. -r-r i Airs.
sault witn deadly weapon. ie
plead guilty and the judgement
Two of the
For Ovr nitv Tears
Winslow's Soothing Syrnp has
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teethinsr. with terfect success. It
was ordered suspended on pay- ! soothes the child, softens the irump,
ment of the costs. j lul8 fu imhV 7reL?in co1- !
the best remedy for Difirrhoea. It wril j
State vs. Levi Grady and Ella relieyethe poor little sufferer iriu.edi-! r
White Affrav. VmlicL not : ately. bold Dyarnprjiitts m eve? v j. art .
This time it is a Big Hat Sale.
Some days ago we liaci a big shoe sale which
was a grand success because ,eotle found
just what they expected. We advertised
bargain shoes, had bargain shoes, and sold
bargain shoes. Commencing next Friday,
Oct. 20th, we will put on our counters 500
Sample -Hats at less than manufacturer's
cost. We bought them cheap and are 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 7J. So it you have
the big head iust a little you can get favored.
The will be placed on counters mnhe front
of the store same as our shoe sale. Each lot
will be carefully marked and yon can make
82.50 -and 3.00 hats go at 61.48. S2.00 and
S2.25 hats go on counter for the small price of
$1.25. $2.00 hats and 1.50 go on the 1)8 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
You never saw such Prices as we will have
on fine hats. You want to be here Friday or
Saturday for Monday you might have to take
These cool mornings should push your thoughts towards
Underwear and we are just the people to till your wants. We un
doubtedly have the most complete line to be found and the prices,
to be sure, we make them O. K. Friday we expect to 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 the
special price of 39c, or 75c. a suit. Everything in Women's and
Childrens Underwear, wool or cotton. Big values hitched onto
H. L PARKS & COMPANY.
m m i it fry . a (
oitne worm. iweuiy-nve crmts i( l or- tirr Ar
tie. Be sure end ask for "Air-. Yv in- f U - .1 R I fjr T
Blows Soothing Syrup," and Mke no U O. I OWu
Lost Two Cur Loads of Hosrs.
) A man who was taking t wo !
A tel lino
on the way died during the day.
jit was quite a loss to the owner.
'r. FI'mvc f.'vOS a Horse.
v. W Dwllon was bringnig a
ifelonginir to Or THE BcJT PUESOKIPTION FOJR
l.Vf tu io yv u today to be put ! CHILLS
Tin- i!vnrm,mi -n. and fever ib a bottle c Grove's Taste-
' U1U"" "a ljl . urn- I iouu n,iii Trtni.
x !-( -Mr. Gilkm
N'iv,-t just back
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Never tails to cure: ?
1 1 - A. 1 ill
iaiittion? Price 50 cents. Your
of Mr. ; money back if it fails to euro.
f- TTTk T A wi k at ...T t . j r
' 1 '; instantly. It was a j Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, j
l.Lia.J.o . 1 1 1 ; ; j .ul of six vpovc nifi J All drujrpists refund money if it fails to i
i CAKES I
k), Ui 111 I 111 Ui
Worlds of Matresses in stock and a solkVcar n
wav. Like Zeb Vance's whiskey all Ma:
100 on the-
irood but some are better than u.ners. S" our Kovaj
Felt, Acma Spring, Perfection. Sea Moss. Pino Fiber,
Curled Hair, Cotton, Cotton am! Husk- last but by no
meansUeast our Rice Straw with cotton top, the Mattress
Jor the" millions. We have Mattresses to spare. Con
ference's coming. Don't forget us. We are unloading a
solid car of Beds today Solid car of- Springs !;st w-.
AVe are at your service. liuie a loos- at our line of
Carpets. We are agents for J. tV J. Dobson. :he largest
Manufacture of the United States- If you haven't time to
come, 'Phone orders Xo. 12.
ell, Harris"& Co
is a very
. .oure. 2oo. Thegenuin has L. B. Q '