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CONCORD, N. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1899.
Single copy 5 cents.
in w a a? &a ei ik S3- mm mi t. y u &4 u as .
taken into full connection with j Forest Hill Methodist church 1
the church. Timcn u . . - 1
Luuignt, oegmning at .au o'clock.
1 1 ; r
'.;.. niht the Epworth
, Ai'rciscs were held in
;! church. In the absence
H M Dubose, who is the
! secretary of the Ep
v. Hruo of the Southern
kov. j j ligerx;, oi
. Tonn., delivered an
.Y. Tigert is an able
y most enthusiastic
; ; is address was inter
: u i dening and helpful.
evidenced by the
collection he took
; vd Epworth school,
were collected for
... . t work on the Twen- tlle cllurch. These youm? men
.. Another Investigating , "vo now completed their second
j.peliited Appointments ' year s work. This ceremony by
5ishop Key was intensely im
pressive and more than once
tears came to the eyes of the
audience. After the asking of
the question, "Are you will
ing to consecrate yourself to
the Lord," he talked to the three
gentlemen, beseeching them to
be faultless in the eyes of the
Lord. As is a house,j after all.
debts are paid, consecrated to
God, so are these young men,
said he. This is the performing of
the marriage ceremony of these
beginners in life with God. After
his words were finished the min
isters came forward and con
gratulated the new members of
the church 'mid the singing of
-. ! I V il or, pastor of
.iii heran church here,
.!. .1 to ihe con fur
". iii i:
l v; c
. ":e i
linance, to io il1-
:; ' mgst the eonforonee
The resolutions also
: r J A B Fry be snb
- n trustee in place of
v ci, transferred. The
H.arty, Owen P Ad or
)! L ?Jarsh. were elected
Mtieth question, whicli
upon on Friday was
:eii taken up and the
' names passed upon
: Tit.; vs. J P Stover, J
AV S Hales, T E'Wagr,
J J AVrenn. J M
: i Irvant. .1 F England,
ois-iop j Strvdi
session On account -of dut ies at school
: i-::2,"ious services - Prof. Bain was granted a leave
N R Richard- of absence.
rle. All joined in : The committee on conference
Hail the Power ! relations offered the followincr
j rov-orl: Superannuates Revs. C
M Andei-soii, j VV iyyru, VvT li
Cooper. T II Edwards, Y B
Lyda, R M PU-hr Z Rush, M
V Shcmll, J C Thomas TL
Triplet, J Y Vv'he.-h-r? J CTroy,
J A Wiggins, J F Craven, J W
and L T Mann. For su-
i;v ":meraries Revs. R S Aber-na-hy.
S II !'. .Wk, II F Wi
ley and Jas. "Wilson.
note was received from Rev.
J P Reynolds, who was i super
annuate, stating that he is able to
do some work now and his name
was taken into consideration.
Bishow Car ro way reported
that charges had been brought
against Rev. W C Wilson, ami
asked that a committee of inves
tigation be appointed. The com
mittee consists of Rers. J J
Wrenn, T W Smith, and L E
Stacy. The charges are for
some words he used in the pn1
pitn At this juncture the educa
tional question was taken up and
an address delivered by Dr. J C
Kilgo. of Trinity College.. llis ad-
The following appointments ! Mr. Rcbt. L Smith has re
were made for tomorrow: j turned to Norwood.
Central M E Church Love ! Mr. W A Wilkinson is spend -Feast,
beginning at 9 o'clock, 11 ing the day in Charlotte,
o'clock, sermon by Rev J W Miss Fannie Strieker spent
Jones, also ordination of dea- yesterday in Charlotte,
cons. At 3 o'clock tomorrow; Mr. B F Rogers arrived this
afternoon the memorial services morning on the north bound
will be held. At 7.30 o'clock train.
Rev J C Rowe will begin ser- J Mr H M Wilson arrived to
yices- day from Charlotte to spend-Sun-
Forest Hill M E Church day.
Morning service by Rev Frank ! Mlss Edna Lowe and mother
Siler, evening servico by Dr J C arrived last night on a visit to
Kilgo. The elders will also be Mrs. W S Bingham,
ordained at the evening service, j Eev T N Ivey Di Dm editor
Epworth M E Church Morn- of the Christian Advocate at Rat
ing servico by Rev J E Woosely, eigh, arrived last night. j
afternoon service at 3 o'clock by j Miss Essie Cross, of Balti
Rev B F F'iichcr, evening ser- more, and mother, of Charlotte,
vice by Rev E K McLarty; eve- are visiting Mrs. Jno. Welsh.
ning service at G.30 o'clock.
-Mrs. W F Stikeleather, of
j It will not bo a surprise to nir wbo
are at an Tftmiiir vim goofi qu&htit'f 1
Cbamberlaiu'sCuntrli R Qi i1v. to know
that people everywhere taVt . K aurt in
relatiDf tbf t xr-orieuce it: us
that splerai-1 medicine si .1 in to'lir
of the beiiiu ihey have received from,
it, of bad eolds it bus cured, of
threatened attacks of pbcuoiiiia it has
averted aDd of the children it ha saved
from attacks of croup aud wLioping
cough. It is a grand, good medic -For
sale by T. L. Marsh & Co.
First Prcsb y I crian
Church Asheville, arrived here lasl
Morning service by Dr J J
Tigci't. evening .-ervicc by Rev
D 11 Comen.
Forest Iliil Presbyterian
church Morning services by
ivc'. ii -I i uj c'Ci; ing ser
vices by Rev. R i) Sherrill.
Cannonville I o s b y t c ;-ia:i
cliurch j.v nhig .services by
Rev. D Vr.nce Price; cviing
service by Rev. J A Boyles.
St. James Ln ?;eran church
rMorning s-. i vice bv Rev. J;is.
Atkins; cvcv'jiir service bv Rev.
night to attend the conference.
Mrs. Kato Bruner, of China
Grove, arrived this morning.
She is the guest of Mrs. ML
:-Miss Bui ah Haden, of Salis
bury, arrived this morning to
pend sometime with Miss Sadie
Mr. H B Adams. pof Monroe,
came in this morning to spceui
Sunday vr'th his daughter, Mrs.
I Mr. and Mrs. E M Andrews.
: of Charlotte, arrived this, morn-
St. Andrews Lutheran churcli ing. They arc the guests oi Mr
-Morning service by Rev. : rnid Mrs. W R Odell.
hero last night to attend the bed-
Parker Holmes; eviming ser- ;
vice by Rev. W W B.iys. Even-i
I cH H ; sov-! side of her husband, who is qui.e
vi "by Kov.'i An Fry; evening ' Kiml
service by Rev. T E Wgg. j Mr. P H Morris and daugh
Reformed clmrch Morning lor? aj-iss ua Tl0rris, of Ashe
service by Rev. A W Piyler: horo, arrived here last night to
1 ft t ;
I Erwin. Yr D ! dress was a strong one and space
i. J J Gray, E Myers,
. y. A W Plyler, J E
K n Pusoy, E S Eil-
: roe. R S Webb, J P
-. i R Scroggs, L W
;i il Parker. J C Pos-
o.venino- service bv Rev. W II
Zion M. E. church, colored
Morning service by Rev. W L
Dawson; evening service by Rev.
J A Burr is.
Price Memorial Temple, col
ored Morning services by Rev.
S D Stamey; evening services by
Rev. J C Mock.
church, coloredMorning ser
vice by Rev. G D Her m on.
attend the conference. They are
stopping at the St. Cloud hotel.
TO CURE A COLDINONE DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All (Irusgists refund money if it fnils to
cure. 25c. The genuin has L. B. Q.
n each tablet
A Nice Line
if t :
In the latest
ment is shaped
silk ribbon. Vh
scalloped in con4'"
all around, sizes
cr.t. I'vcy :;;!'
;iud wnrii.ilcd to
range d' colors,
-i -t i
a ! ruo :nci
iorbidsus reporting the many
good thoughts contained therein.
Ai the last of his talk he spoke
of how some of the " Methodist
communities were not-represented
at their college, but he proudly
orrill. J II Poyles, 1 stated that Concord was repre-
T TT y ..'.ji'll T P ennfod "hir snvon.
7?pv R Tncv Hoa'Ci. pastor ot
,j 0UCe 10 I. l r- n
lanced at ac.
a ,WTtj,i va; va; sa; var i
.v joyer, j
Rev. Tli Johnson was caiieu , v ; i
1 . , . .-, itav" rdiilil i tj ?!
Rev. F W Bradley was calltea jyC IflCIUC
to Gold Hill by the death ol a 0
sick son. , . 0
Rev. W F Womble has been
called home by the sickness of
his wife. ."i! i rr.
Mrs. R LOwnby. of Mountain
Island, arrived her 'r 4 n'gld.
! the Baptist church at this place.
v. C T Salver, A G Kcv. T H Law. of Spartanburg,
representing the American liioie
society, and Rev. T N Ivey, of
the Raleigh Christian Advocate,
were introduced to the confer-
t .bson, JE Woosley,
!:.. M D Giles, A
J M Downum,
eenson, H A Burris,
u II c Sprinkle,
W hRobbins, T B
V, oa ver,
Doggott, J J Brooks,
i E Thonson, J D
V Smiih, J S Nelson,
1 ri M Gentry, J A
e-.; -vichai-dson, F W
U Little, S S
i M Hoyle, W F
E II Comen, G H
M T Steele, and Al-rill.
appointed hour, 10
business was sus-
I 'II !i If T
Baldwin, Harold Turner
Lawrence P Bogle, were
T CHUKCIIES. jaicNotii'O.
Before closing the morning
session, the following appoint
ments wore made:
Rev. G T Smith, of Georgia,
preached at Central church this
a j'tornoon at 3 o'clock.
Rev. J Sronce will preach at
Epworth M. E. church this even
ing at 7 o'clock.
The Missionary anniversary
will be held in Central church
tonisrht. An address will be de
livered by Rev. Towson, who is
a returned missionary
There will be a call r. eetiu -f
Cold Water Lodge No. 0- I. O. 0.
F. Saturday night, Nov. 251b, at :
7 o'clock. Every member is re
quested to be present, j
Haywood Dennis, j
1 1 Mi
m misses sizes.
about the cost oi :
and vou save mailing
A There will ne a special
raV' Communication of Stokes
AA Lodge No. 32, A. F. & A.
M. Monday nigh1, Nov. 27, at d , i
Rev R M Hoyle will preach at
fcSO CtKE. NO PAi'
That 13 the v txy r.Il ctrusgi&ts
Grove's Tasters Ciuii Tonic for rlhlls
and Malaria. It ia simply Iroii and
Quinine in a tasteless form. Children
sove it. Adults reter it to bitter, nau
leatina Tonics Price. 50c.
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOR
and fever is a bottle cf Grove's Taste
Isbs Chill Tonio. Never fails to core;
Then "why experiment with worthless
imitations? Price 50 cents. Your
money back if it fails to cnie.
lYou want to see before Conference week.
J W V w "w- SJ
Furniture, Pictures, Stoves,
in town. Yours to please,
BeH, Harris & Co.
Residence Phone. . . .90. Store 'Phone .... 12.
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