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CONCORD, N. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1899.
Single copy 5 cents.
x ,.V ; io C(m1(I1o Creek Kut the
- k r4,( Deep anil He Returns to
, j.,.. .u of the Oflicer -Another
( ,ins;t' (ijuiir Also Captured.
,)n Thursday night the negroes
. ., festival out in the country
. ;V white Hull and as a result
tv K,iv jubilant ones are
-r.'il here by our officers.
''sVi-i;' reck and Deputy Town
r,i vvu out after four of them
p, ;,y ;if; x'lioon. Sheriff Peck
... iM in getting his all o. k.
,', - v.;;hout down the railroad
v;..(.ro a number of hands are
; - The one Sheriff cap-
- v.nmed Tom McClure.
j!It Lije Hall, familiarly
;; the festival people as
Siiori v." was working near
j-, .hi(. Lady's when he
ivnsend. He at once
. heis, followed by the
Fur more than half a
v:re went on. Later
: - -ul was aided in the
Mr. Sam Hartsell. The
oeted a plan to evade
r.- but failed. He at-
wade Codd'e creek
i ank but when the
KMiced to chuck him
. hiii and being unable
gave up his scheme
. and came back to
Air. Townsend landed
here in jail that night
art nor, McClure.
litem were tried before
and in default of their
:y now lie in jail waiting
! tc; in of court.
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In irl a t services Reforc Conference.
'IV ' !" "rgations of the dif-:-x-i:
Mrthodist churches will
-ru:u! -i,v hour their last sermon
i. !.':! pastors tomorrow as
coming meeting of the con-f-n-nc
is always liable to make
li ehnngo of pastors. Large con
yill no doubt attend
i: i.i' ilv !r Diphtheria.
A a: but very credible and
an;iVN remedy for diphtheria
irivt'it by the American which
i -rM bo well to apply when a
-I: 'a not readily availabe.
;' - iollows.
At rhe first indication of
f: piiiiiri i:! in the throat of a
" naske the room close, take
: ,M ;.nd pour into it a quantity
r turpentine and tar equal parts,
- 'a ho a rhe cup over fire, so
lish i ll the room with fumes.
''Mile patient on inhaling the
j ! "'.!' 'anigh up and spit out
; ' v. e;pbranous matter, and
' " r' ' pbtlioria will pass out. The
" - ' lav and turpentine
' i. . :aiter in the throat
' ' 1 aal the relief.
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aiun lisi r;'fht
: ' a with heai't
''a v the 1 7 5 s
Mo., where hi) was
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The protracted meeting at
Cannonville Presbyterian church
is still in progress. Rev. Mr.
Siier has been preaching plain,
practical and strong sermons
smce his arrival, and the interest
is very good. One can not help
listening to these beautiful
gospel truths. The singing,
also, is encouraging, and though
the congregation last night was
not as large as usual, the inter
est and enjoyment was greater.
Services this afternoon and to
night, Sunday morning and
night, and a special service for
young people and children Sun
day at 3 p. m. Everybody in
vited. A Cow Stolen.
About two weeks ago Mr. John
Craven, of Hnrrisburg, was over
in the Coddle seat ion buying up
cattle, and after purchasing sev
enteen head, had the herd put in
the stable lot of his brother, Mr.
11 P Craven. The following
morning one of the number was
missing. It was at first thought
the animal had gotten out of its
own accord, and gone back to its
old owner, but after a thorough
search of several days and no
trace of the cow found, it was
concluded that the beast had
been stolen. Mr. R P Craven
was here Monday, but got no in
formation concerning his broth
er's cow. Mcoresville Times-Record.
Madame Lela Elrado, the
palmist, will be here one more
week by request of a large num
ber of people, who said that they
could not get the money possibly
this week to have their hand
Much to the amusement of a
crowd last evening a man offered
her fifty cents more to keep
quiet in regard to the frolics in
his past life, but Madame knew
that the crowd was looking for
fun and she let out on him quite
freely. She has made a great
deal of pleasure for our people.
Her price is 50 cents. Open till
All a Problem in Kentucky.
The muddle over the Kentucky
A motion has been made by
Goebol's counsellors to throw
out the county including the City
of Louis ville which would count
him in. The chief plea is intim
idation of voters by Governor
Bradley's militia which was near
and ready if occasion rose. The
outcome is yet a problem.
For FiJtv Years
I mis Wiiislow's Soothirff fcymp nas
! been rused for over iilty years oy mii.
of pother.' iVr cir children
Will Be Here Soon.
Sam Sloop returned home this
morning from Charlotte where
he is assisting in putting m.Jhe
line of the Postal Telegraph Co.
He says that the linemen will
reach here in about ten days. It
will be remembered that the
linemen placed the wires here in
town some time ago and they will
now run the wires through the
Mr. Kirk W illirfms Dead.
Mr. Kirk Williams, of Cannon
ville, died of consumption at an
early hour today (Saturday). He
has been in bad health for quite
a long while. He was 27 years of
age and lived with his mother,
one brother and one sister. The
remains will be interred in Union
county about seven miles from
With the Churches Tomorrow.
Rev. J. D. Arnold wdl hold
regular services at Forest Hill
M. E. church tomorrow morning
Rev. GLT Fisher, of Chaiv
lotte, will preach at St. .lames
Lutheran church tomorrow
morning and tomorrow night.
Two day?, Monday and Tuesday,
Nov. 20 and 21 will be devoted
to the occasion. It will long be
remebered as Opening day for
the simple reason that no
such offerings have ever
been made in Concord.
We will show some- pretty decor
ations in imported China '.Vaie. Al
so some real fine vh'tr E.i-zlih
Parcelain ware. We rn akc li
prices for the Opeiih.:: I ,.. ; , v
want everybody to get ajep..."- ' . j
with our new departnuj-.H- F'-airf-ful
China Tea Sets, ..nla;:.i.. ;"G
pieces, worth 8.00. Mci.d.;y and
Tuesday special price 0,00: :r' rV0
dinner sets will go at 1.75 sale
We have a great nanv sep
arate pieces, such as cH:e oijU's.
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This being the last Sabbath : uowis, preserves, oai meais, celeries, pin nays, - :;ru ... . ir-ys.
before conference it is urgently 'sugar and creams in 3 pieces, cracker jars, etc., r.li m y
requested that a full congrcga- priced and new decorations,
tion attend services .tomorrow at sga fiSrairaiCTra
Eep worth Methodist church, j . -r-v
uriass ware, r
Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and
G.30 p. m. j
Rev. W. B. Oney will hold!
services at St. Andrew Luth- 1
ran church tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock. !
. There will be regular services
at the First Presbyterian church :
tomorrow morning and tomorrow j
night by the pastor, Rev. W Cj
The Rector. Rev. J C Davis, j
will conduct services at Allj
row morning at 11 o'clock aud ! IUI11 i"'' m fBlsuu aa " ;vllu 1 ' -.v.j,
tomorrow evening at 4 o'clock, j body a chance.QYou see any merchant, would be only lo - .ad to
Sunday school at 3 o'clock. j take all we have at that price. They are same as others ;va at I.jc.
There will be regular services ' 5LJ2k .
at the Baptist church tomorrow OfS3ifSiS
morning and tomorrow night by
the pastor, Rev. B Lacy Hoge.
Subject for 11 a, m.
istering Spirits." For 7
This department is full of verv
thing made of glass, sv.h .i.s hult-jr
dishes, water bottles, pick!, cashes,
water sets, tumblers, eic. Now here
is a flyer when we strike a bargain
we always divide. Xow dort every
body come at once, a I one ay morn
ing at 8 o'clock we put on sale 1 bar
rel of glass tumblers at uc. per set
six. Tuesday morning at S o'clock
we put on sale another barrel at th
same price. Only one set to a cus
Mr. M L Ritch, of Salisbury,
is here today.
Rev. C B Miller returned
home last night from Salisbury.
Mr. R A Brown returned
home this morning from Charlotte.
You know we have been n iking
a big noise on dress " Jatoly
because we have soir ' t.iii-;: extra
ordinary 25 and 3U - o jur
prices. We claim tho;. to w rlh
alMost double. One hundred doz.
bleached towels, almost a yard
long, worth 10c, for these two
days only 2c. Large line of capes
and jackets. We are showing a
real swell line of ready made skirts
and silk waists. They are made
to fit and priced as we always do.
! Separate suits of underwear for women. 50 per cent wool, only 46c
Mr. E C .Bernhardt returned : garment. These incomparable. values which we are offev'rg ire
home this ..- ..i iiii, uoin Green- j without a paealell.
-Miss Myril, Thompson re i H. L. Parks & Compaf y.
turned here last evening from.
CCC-C5C5IO! Vou want to see before Confcrcn
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