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CONCOKD, N. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IG, 1899.
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THE BEETHOVEN CLUH.
J'rina 01 1-111 lit ""wmi aim
Ti,n, ( hildmi-Wus Devoted to tlie A,ie Music crs Spend the Afternoon
poath entered the home of
Vr A H i rujisi tit o.ou u ciuuii.
toaay (Thursday) and took from
kim his companion and helpmeet
i:r , frc Pvm-ct. nnrl oil .
,n U1U. o.v U,lernoon w.th M
about her knew that the end Caldwell at her beautiful subur
ffiust come ere long as she was J ban home. The pleasant after
flftk'W with fatal disease. She ( noon and the popularity of the
,,UV adieu toahusVand and three hostess insured a full attendance,
children Hugh, Roy and Lizzie. The subject for studyiwas Pad
One child preceded her to the e.ewski, the greatest of living
CHANGE OF SUPERINTENDENTS.
With Mrs, Morrison CaUhvell-Pade-
rewski, the Pianist and Composer,
Written for The Standard.
The Beethoven Club held its
regular meeting Wednesday af-
Mrs. Propst was the daughter
-Mr. Willis Elkins. She leaves
pianists, a gifted composer, and
a man of fascinating personality.
Mrs. Cook gave us a taste of
sister or brother but has ? LlltJ imngs 10 come m her
half-brothers and sisters ! introductory number, ' 'Evening,"
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: WtlOIil Mli6. VV r VjrOOUIIia.il OI i " uu lllll .
Miss Leslie followed with a
well -prepared and interesting
1 Li 1 l! 1
his place is one.
She was stricken down in the
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if life beinT but 42 vears ! ctcii on the hie utul works of
months old. ! composer under discussion.
ihopst was o zealousj "In the Purp;o Lovelight," by
v. C entral M. JJ. church 1 -UV11U wie., ave imiss van
to the time of her in Wagner a chance to display her
most active and help-! rich contralto voice, which r.ho
rionirio of 1 bo ! did to good elTect.
Europe Eating Our Apples.
So far this season over 400,000
barrels of apples have been
shipped from this country to
Europe. The weekly exports
wielded a wholesome
well-known "Menuet A
those about her i L'Antiiuo" and the graceful
;tian spirit and con-
ral will be conducted
! M(thodist church to
;t 10 o'clock and the
will be buried in the
t'inN in Oi:r Fields.
Lue has arrived now
! T'ern bird huntr-r
(iiintv to oriov them-
U .1 c
i:i our quail fields. These
i - a always come prepared
for courtesies extended
m-i furnish means to some
farmers who otherwise
rot realize any advantage
;r partridges. Messrs.
u Deeves, Thomas J
nd .Tames Brule, of New
'are here now at the St.
.lie tel. croinr out each
r.ornimr to hunt.
; I'm i u.wd Positions.
: . - I Rose, who for some
j Lr:d charge of the card
s)inning in the Cannon
ihs. is now superintendent of
;- lala mill, which place has
of ore been filled by Mr.
jh il Park's. An exchange has
; ! n mr.de in these two places,
:i!l! Mr. Parks now has charge of
Mf. loose's former work here at
1,1 AsM in the Meeting.
l v. .Jesse W Siler, of Daven
l,ni "t. X C. has arrived here and
-;!Ia Rev. Cochran Preston
'i --ds of meeting at Can
"'Ic h': -sbyterian church.
' . ..i in tliis meeting con-
: ' !" oweaeiiday. Services
h : rU'i'iioon at 4 o'clock
"Chants du Voyageur," were
performed" by Mrs. W R Harris
in a charming manner.
Misses Craven and Sims closed
the program with an artistic ren
dition of "The Passage Bird's
Farewell," by Mendelsohn.
The hostess then served dainty
and delicious refreshments. Af
ter they were thoroughly en
joyed the Club adjourned to
meet with Mrs. James P Cook,
Nov. 2)th. L.
Mrs. Joseph Lee liead.
The remains of Mrs. Lee, the
wife of Mr. Joseph Lee, of
Spencer, were brought here to
day (Thursday). Mrs. Lee was
taken sick with typhoid fever
and then pneumonia. She leaves
behind a husband and two chil
dren. One child preceded its
mother to the grave. Only about
three months ago did Mr, Lee
and family leave the Poplar
Tent neighborhood of this
county and go to Spencer. Mr.
Lee is a fireman on the Western
o'clock in the evening, j
Mrs. W. J. Hargctt Dead.
Before Wednesday night had
scarcely ended death robbed Mr.
W J Hargett, of Forest Hill, of
his wife, who for some time has
been stricken with disease.
The loss of a loving mother and
wife falls heavily upon Mr. Har
gett and his two children.
Death has lheretofore robbed
Mr. Hargett's home of one child.
The remains will be interred
Friday after the preaching of
the funeral at Howell's church
1 in No. 10 township.
Mr Frank RolihinsTo Superintend the
Kestler Cotton Mill in Salisbury Mr.
Davis To G o To Goldsboro.
For some time there has been have run up to 120,000 barrels,
a trade on foot by several par- The market on the other side, es-
ties for the Kestler cotton mill pecially in Germany, continues
in Salisbury. The trade has strong, which means that ' the
been closed and Mr. Frank Rob- prices are good. Our apples are
bins, from this place, who some now bringing in Europe from
time ago went to Goldsboro, will $3.50 to 4.25 a barrel. Certain
be the superintendent of the Eastern States are doing most of
mill. Mr. Robbins also has the business, because, while the
some stock in the mill. Of Mr. West can produce fine apples
Robbins' administration at the freight rates to the seaboard are
mill in Goldsboro, it says that a& important element. States
his has been the most satisfac- not until recent years large pro-
tory in its history, and his resig- ducers are finding profit in grow-
nation is reluctantly received. ln& apples for export. In
Mr. K J Davis, who has been northern and southwestern Vir-
superintendent of the Wiscassett ginia, for instance, the acreage
mill at Albemarle, will take Mr. is being steadily increased, and
Robbins' position at Goldsboro. the apples are good.
California fruit of various
Changes at the I)?pot. kinds is sold in European
Mr. Billy Weddington, who markets, although the cost of!
a a a i mi '
for some months has been ""poi muon is heavy. lhe
forking the chief clerk's desk at facilities for shipping fruit and
the depot, has severed his con-; other perishable stuff are now
nection with that place. j excellent, and fruit of all kinds
Mr. Chas. Kimball, who until , can be Put uPon European
markets in as good condition as
1a. 1 ' j 1 . Pi 1 1
tion here, but has recently been ! 11 wnen 11 iei1 nome- banana
also becoming a better held for
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOB
and fever U a bottle c Grnxe's Tuste
less Ohill Iodj'c. .Never fails to cure;
Then why experiment with worthless
imitation.-? Price 50 cents. Your
money back if it fails toenre.
somo ir onths ago, had this posi
tion here, but has recently boot
night operator at China Grove, j ls also oocoming a better nelcl lor
has returned and will till the this business. Baltimore Amori-
ing. We are
position of chief clerk.
Kimball will not move
came in black
and fancy colors.
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The Trial to IJo Held Tonight.
Yesterday afternoon there was
a sensation over the news that
Mr. Andy Winecoff, who lives
near here, was shot by Prank
Means. One shot entered the
tlesh in his side, but no injury
was done him. The evidence in
the case will be brought out on
the trial this evening, as the
defendant was not ready for
trail yesterday evening.
To Minnesota to JIarry.
Mrs. Ehnira Goodnight and
child, and mother, Mrs. Black
welder, left Tuesday night for
Buena Vista, Minnesota, where
Mrs. Goodnight goes to marry
Mr. M L Thorn.
The two never met but have
been corresponding for a while.
A Question Before the Conference.
The Greensboro correspondent
to the Charlotte Observer says
that he is inform''1 tht r-t. the
annual meeting ".v.ierence
here, which begins on the :22nd,
there will be consideration of the
question. "Shall a Church mem
ber be allowed to serve on a dis
Used By Brittish Soldiers in Africa.
Capt. C. G. Dennion is well known
all over Africa as command of the force
that captured the famous rebel Galishe.
TTmW nW of Nov. 4, 1897. from Vry-
hnrfz. lcchMnvnhmd. lie writes: l?e-
Mr. Jno. Yorke, of Charlotte,
Mr M J Corl is spending to
day in Charlotte.
Mr. Harold Shemwell re
turned here last nicrht.
sizes for sir all
jboys and giri in
j cordurov and
ithe blue Jersey
thing ne v7 and
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mm a pn
You want to see
before Conference wee
;ion my lands f;
' - i ii sr. 1b;hing (
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a iaf:-: axd death tight.
Mr. W.::A. Hincs ot r.i r r,
w.;;i.u o!' his almost mirnc:ilu 0'--
from dvuih, says: "Exr-o'.uJ
r." )-k;; iiidueed fotouk lunjr trouble,
vS .'i.ded io r.v.iinmption. I bad
nt niorrh:i;es and eouh?u
.t v.mI day. All my doctors said I
t --n n die: Th:n I beiu to use
New Discovery for Consump
. v '.;!; compirt"y cured me. I
-veil 11 li cos:
l:ave used it
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men, md J'a l
7 vself ' i v -' v-
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, c-.ise it proved m-?.-For
:-uie by M. L. iiarsh
vn iiiiu i
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M. L. Marsh iV Co. irnara-iteee very
bottle of CLamberlaiii'd Cop.-L diem
edy and will refund the mooev to nny
mn who is not siti5'''1 pfter
il,:-,)... .if 1,, in. Tli: . )
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remedy in ili-e
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s's to cure i hii
ChoRt and ! ooushs, colds,
!e.-u!ar size 50c and eough aiu. v
iul bottler tree at Fetzeisirng Jtwyen : -j-
J refcidt m pneumonia.
world for la grippe,
croup and vfio'ipiii
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