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CONCORD, N. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 18B9.
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Tli:.:.'C OFFERING RECEPTION.
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Year.; ofliood Work.
Written for The Standard.
The thank offering reception
r-on by the ladies of the For-
Executivo commit too at Nash-1
villo, Term, does not quite reach
1000.00. Our Southern As-
rf 1I?o First ' sbvtorian
Its l:ist Twelve "v-"xAJr uu o-fu.i'uu, mis ;
The Jury Discliarsred FrMay Evening
T!iree 3Iore Divoreos (iranted Tliat
year toreign missions; let us '
work with new ener-y and bear ! The work 011 thvi civil dockct
our part in raicin- this sum. enaoa 11 naay anernoon ana trie
? jury was discharged that even
ing. Judge Robinson was de
There are 158 missionaries
from our church occupying 3G
,.';gn Missionary society, of the
I-'irst Presbyterian church, on -p . ,
J-iuui every one oi tliose mission-
A SHARP FIGHT.
Najuba Hill ReTerscd Boer Attack
Repulsed Losses Heayy.
A sham fight is reported in
South Africa on the 20th. The
Boers attacked the English near
Glonco, about day light with a
force of 4,000 but were repulsed
alter severe fighting. The Eng-
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stations in the foreign field and UUUi " oium-(nsn uen. oymons was evermy
. '. , on account ot unimished work, .wounaea. ine casuames are
-r.'.nfintip.s of thisHinrp1! ! . men during tne
' i v - v nuiwi neip more men ana more
'riday evening was well attend- a,ies come lho c tQ the homQ !
Three divorces were grunted
said to be heavv. The English
i "i j
v. i.moers, wno iormca money to labor over and hold ..
,-imitleeon refreshments, j tho ever-opening fields before'
W S Craven from Ollie Craven,
less is said to be 250 and the
as Tr , i. enn a on3
-r a t. i , . . i ai '...1 . . tt:h re., : .uu
tho evening a happy : thnm Fnr ne fi j AnuuMjuirom icrapio uoo- f-"
Talma was taken by the British
making a counterpart of the
,i 7 iV- " o-n-n iTid W Ti1 Tf-n' frnm A 1 suns reversea. .
tempting menu served ! self-indulgence, but self-denial ' W 1 PpS il0m Al1! It is said that two cars of dyna
. .1 I'harnung way to each ! r.7ui fnM)-wil .offoriiiirsnr.tilovprv! 11 mite that it was felt would be
'Plie basket for the ofier-; member of this society is known :
' ri'.L promir.cniily ai. the ; as a foreign niissionarv in the
For Otp Tfn
Irs. Winlow'ti Soothir, tvrnp has
1oeen used for over fifty veers by tni!
lijim of luo'ir.s for their oi"1'
while teethii,', th perfect m
soothes the child, softens th r
allayd all pain, cures wind coi:; r.r.d i
the best remedy for Diarrh ora. It 'rill
relieve the poor little snftrrer immedi
ately. Sold by drasrjnsts in every part
of the world. T-.venty.five cenft h bat
tle. Be Mire and ask for 'rs Vy'in
ylowa Sootlri: Syrup," and la:o br
e, wms not ovorloolcod: it home fields.
vy about 0 o'clock. The i wimt of iim cA n wni,mn
(fl, iiig report was read by the j
'.'' ir Woman's Foreign Mis
?i:iry society of the First Pre.--
To mark t.ho dawn of day?
The wind blows fair from the
And the shadows tioe away
The case of DL Bradford vs. u isafe in Maf eking were run out
J Robt. Wallace was decided in i toward the enemy. The engine
favor of tlie defendant, jwas uncoupled and had barely j
mun,rt rtQiT -r -r gotten out oi danger when the i
-T Boers threw a shell into it when
Motley was decided m favor of all oxpi0ded destroying probably
the defendant. j pjo Boers.
l,ytenr-i church oi Loncoru, iN. Dark are tho. vales, but themoun
C. .. organized Oct. 10th, 18S7. tain's glow
- itution was formulated by A tho liglit its splendor flings
Ko. Dr. C M Payne, then pastor
oi ; tinM'hurch, and accepted by
ir.e twenty members who con-
the first enrollment. The
ViUh tlte Churches Tomorrow.
uch.l r ;iit of the society has
be-n follows: Presidents,
Mis. -.lo..; Reed, Mrs. M M Gil-
. Mrs. R S Harris, Mrs. Alida
r ;e:;d, Mrs. D B Morrison;
V-:fvdYeidents, Mrs. Win.
Mi;iitLrumery, Mrs. P B Fetzor,
.:;.v vi m" Gilion, Mrs. G W
Lj own. Mrs. T Ciapma"n, Mrs.
XI) l-Vior, Mrs. J A Rims, Mrs.
C J Good son; Secretaries, Mrs.
A T Woodhou.se, Mrs. Alida
BurkN'ad, Mrs. N DFetzer,Mrs.
ii S ihi,ii!.; Treasurers, Mrs.
H C herring, Mrs. G M Lore,
Mr. L; B Morrison, Miss Lelia
K'::;g: Corresponding ' Secre-'ur:.'.-,
Mrs. Alida Burkhead,
v H C Herring, Mrs. J P
AioNon; Executive Committees,
First. Mrs. R W Allison, Miss
Luii Stuart, Miss Lelia King;
; . Mrs. G M Lore, Miss
Lou Stuart, Miss Lelia King;
Tin 1. Mrs. Ed Hall, Miss Lou
Stuart, Miss Lelia King; Fourth,
-rr-;. C M Payne, Miss Lou
Stuart, Miss Lelia King; Fifth,
Mrs. D D Johnston, Mrs. C J
Woodson, Mrs. N D Fetzor;
Present Committeo, Mrs. Alida
Hnrkhoad, Mrs. G M Lore, Mrs.
U I Woodhouse.
The membership has alter -uJttely
waxed and waved; at one
t::ne tLure Avere 70 names on the
! i . vi ow, only 16. We have lost
l'1 members by death, some by
re' n oval s to other places. The
oeioty has had tho smiles of a
i-ind Providence on the days of
meeting, for in the 12 years of its
st eneo. only 4 sessions have
'''eu prevented by stormy
leather. The meetings have
And the Sun of Righteousness
With healing in his wings.
A Catechism Bally Tomorrow After
noon. Tomorrow afternoon at 3.30
o'clock there will bo a catechism
rally at Cannonvillo Presby
terian church conducted by the
pastor, Rev. Cochran Preston.
During these exercises fifteen
Bibles and Testaments will be
presented for memorizing the
The Sunday school at that
church will be held at 9.30 to
Tomorrow morning at 11
o'clock Rev. Preston will preach
at Forest Hill Presbyterian
church. At S."J o'clock he will
also fill his pulpit there which
will be the beginning of a sories
of meetings which will last ten
days. He will "have regular
services each morning at 8.30
o'clock and in the evenings at 8
will hold regular services tomor
row morning and tomorrow
night at St. James Lutheran
Regular services both tomor
row morning and night at Cen-
Mr. J H Mason, of Raleigh,
spent last night here.
Miss Ivy Strieker went to
Charlotte this morning.
. Tt .Inn Fn Inn wider nnssed
tral M E. church by the pastor, through horo today onh-. wayto
ixev. j. XL, i nuiupfjun.
There will be regular services
at the First Presbyterian church
-Mrs. Jno. B Sherrill returned
tomorrow morning and tomorrow home this morning after spend-
night by the pastor, Rev. W C several days m Charlotte. .
Alexander. j Mrs. B Lacy Hogo returned
Rev. W. B. Onoy will hold . home this morning from Albe
services at St. Andrews Luth-'marlo after spending several
eran church tomorrow night. 'days.
In the absence of the pastor, j & Mp w
the services tomorrow morning returned from Lexington
and tomorrow night will be -con- they went on a business
ducted m the Baptist church by,.. J
Rev. McCaughn, of Albemarle, j-11!1.
The Rector. Rev. J C Davis, j Messrs. Will Gibson and
will conduct services at All : Gaston Means, who are attend-
Saints Episcopal church tomor- ing school at Chapel Hill, arrived
row morning at 11 o'clock an I here 1 night. They came
with : , football team. They
will return from Charlotte this
evening to spend Sunday.
tomorrow evening at 5 o'clock.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock in
They Need Two Things.
In conversation with one of j at Rocky Ridge.
China Grove's enterprising men
Friday evening the gentleman
Mrs. Carriker Dead.
' Rev. Cochran Preston preached
the funeral Friday of Airs. Car
riker, an aged lady who lived in
No. 1 town:,Lip. She was over
70 years of age. The funeral
was conducted at the home after
which the remains were interred
Mrs. Eva CI ine Dead.
Mrs. Eva Cline, a widow lady
stated that China Grove, while ? of G0 years., died in No.
making its rapid progress, is at an early hour Friday night. !
badly in need of two things a Tha remains were taken to Eben- j
T il . . . - - .1 ... ,-.1 . 1 T . . -. , . '
ezer Lutheran church in Rowan
A h line
8 v a MP.V s
lU1" li "70 for burial today (Saturday).
impossible to give puoiicu io :
numerous things which should j
?w i t nir, i,,-;;! 41-.
. , . , , . , 1MO mail ev tx tano nvuauuiu
bo circulated for the best inter-. . vnn. ttt1, :, ,
"gloaming except when he r.i
ests of the town and people.
Very often, too, the magistrates When a WOman saves street
and tho mayor of i.Le tow.i find 1nY sho r;(los tvr;ce
Vt,J. iwiu J 1
the need of counsel during their the next day. i
trials. j With our eyes fi::od cr, future !
TScethcFc.HGam,.,. ! pleasure we trample on small J
Quite a lai-o crowd was in joys close at banc. j
Charlotte today n'o doubt to wit-! As soon as a man iu.s a ta no, (
-on held regularly on the HrstVss the the football game be- MU1V"-,U ;' ' "
:;hiy of every month, briny- tweon , the University and SKYnUn sows wild oats he I
Just think 00 Sam
ple Hats ;uid no two
alike. The size-" are
mostly 7 and 7i. Tne
Price, to b
Price is not the only
thing. It's not ahv?.ys
the price that make
the bargains. It ;
what you car. get for
the Price. Here you
can get $2.50 a id S3
hats at $1.47. You get
$2.25 hats at 81.25. A
large assortment at
99c, wort n almost
double. Drop m and
see if it's not an
economical hat sale.
H. L. Parks & Co,
t r ess
''r lLo members of tho church ' Davidson boys. Concord was
represr-iitcd there today by Mrs.
Eobt. Young, Misses Pearl
and Kate Menus, and
!l,.'tlior in a common cause,
"'''inenting fjicivdships and dis-
the Gospel in j Messrs. R L' Keesler, R P Coble. jary penick, tviU arrive her
rid. Our con- j 0 T Troy, Vr S ViL-son, Ralph jj011(iay night from Raleigh.
,;i ;iiin;f i.r.uch information as '.Brown
w pt .t:fes of
'H i s ot the WOT
':'. Hire our membershii), Cline and "Will Johnson.
Vvaxeu ?lV-( wan en; j
oalv, did we run !
i Me general aver
doesn't have to worry lest the
crop be .short. Chicago Record.
Misses Kate and Elsie Mor
riQnn. nun uiuu --.
Tn rooming ana neaim prop
ti.a nf Chiimberlain's Uouh
J5E3T PRBSCriPTION FOK .int tto and
k nri j; :v I'M i ' iv' .."
( - T T - , jivuiv.-j, L
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"Worlds of Matresses in stock and a solid car of 100 on the
vay. Like Zo'o Vance's whiskey all Matteresses are
good but some are better than others. See our I-ioyal
Felt, Acma Spring, Perfection, Sea Moss, Pine F:h':r.
Curled Hair, Cotton, Cotton and Husk last but Y.y no
means; least our Rice Straw with cotton top, the Mannas
for the millions. Wre have Mattresses to spare. Con
ferenceis coming. Don't forget us. "We ai-e unioa-iiui: a
.-olid car of Beds today Solid err of Springs a:
We are at vour service. T-d-:e a look at our 11 i -of.
Carpets. WTe are agents for J. & .L Dob-son. :he iar'' .u
Manufacture of the United State --r; If you Ir-ven't um- io
come. 'Phone orders No. 12.
nr,,,n between .SO' nud , lo-.- rhiii TrmiV. r 'fl,ik' tr. r-nre: have macie it a
To- tbo nnmunt for j Then why experiment with worthless the people everywhere. t-'1' -Stl'0 J
- . mount. i- imiti,tioil,? priCe 50 cents. Your . t j, 'Juri fc Co.. DrrgibtsJ
l0al - society to the! money U;'!; if it fails tocaro. iU
2 1 if' rJ f -T ' r-c ...5' f .j-k