U 1 srt!
. J? 4 -life rss
.'ir. . .i. Mv'ifh t; N;iii;;ss Ail
is '. r. 11. i Tr:;.s.
' , Aug. -ivf.
- - concert in the
. . .:.;iny !;. 11 lt'f.t McTulay night
lull LTis concerts
hi I cresting and enjoyed by
Mrs. T J ."Jerome and two little
.,,,. . iroiu Monroe. s)ont Tues
.l.i v with her brother T L, Ross,
i iu v have gone to Albemarle
io visit her father.
Mrs. Holden. of Concord, is
visiting Miss Flora Soclilor.
Mr. W J Swink and Mr. Wilk
inson, of the Patterson Manu
;'aetufing Co., will leave here
: benight of September 1 for a
Mrs. G A Btfstinn and Miss
l-lorence Eddleman will leave
Fridav for Baltimore and thence
;o Xew York to select their fall
-Mek of millinery goods.
Mrs. Clarence C!:i), of New
nn, is visiting her mother, Mrs.
1 F Patterson. She will probably
iav over until after tho marriage
y. i;er sister. Miss ft the! Pstter-
Messrs. .lames and Edgar
tiaitlier, of Salisbury, spiral last
Sulav with their pnvnts. Dr.
;rM Mrs. J B Gaitlie-.
Mr. Hart, from Norwood, is
wiih our druggist, Mr. DeAVitt
r .Swaringen. Ve are glad to
: Mr. Hart with us.
Mrs. J A Thorn and Miss
.1 1 imie Patterson left here this
morning for Charlotte to attend
the Woman's Home and Foreign
- . -nary convention.
F W Host, a nni'chant of
;his - ww, h.as'coniptfd an ex
icii ' n to his store rocm wh.ich
uri' ' him a nic and ror.n.y
ius'n -ss houso.
W irk oil the roller mill will
mo i. i v'gin. Mr. R A Brown, of
Concord, has the contract to
T.u residence of Mr. W J
Swi. : is nearing completion.
Thi: ill be the costliest home in
4 ov i vhen finished .
l' ";;er Gillon. of the Patter
son Manufacturing Co., has re
turn! from Concord where he
has been for several weeks. We
an glad to have him with us
Miss Pe'arle Kendleman is
-"iiding this week in China
h-f.v with relatives.
ili'i, I. Mdihee to Move Here.
lo'V. W P McGhee, who is now
tsi(r of a Methodist church at
ih- 'He and who was formerly
pa s-oi- of Fpworth church here,
Mas purchased two lots, at the
'id i tir grounds and a contract
lias bren given to Contractor
1alu- 'II for a residence on one
f !! lots. The house will
-a''..! just where the judge's
. stood during th -.. fairs. On
K'count. of educating his children
md in order that his familv
nive a "oormanent homo he
s to move her3 regard'ess i
!iere he will be pastor. He l
- to move lieVe a both ifiej
'vin, !' Ko:k Li ill. ..r'ix Ti-to '
)'ct u i :"i:ie V.' i :. . .
';. ?:; 'a . i i :" ..iv j ;an',
'! ,() IS , . ' '.Viii i y
i Yiif ; j 1 1 ; S Mil' !;'' '-tltllS
To He Ilailt in the Eastern 1'art of Town
If a Water Say-ply Can T-" round A
Novel Idea for the Comim S-i,$:oi in.-i
Written for The Stftcdard.
Mt. Ploatant. August ;U).
Mr. George W rv - '-welder is
building- an extols on the
south end of his house, on North
Miss Ella Lentz and Mr. Lee
Barnhardt, of Norwood, spent
Saturday night and Sunday witli
friends in this place.
The members 'of Mt. Gilead
church gave their pastor, Rev.
Paul Barringer, of this place, an
old time pounding Tuesday.
Aside from provisions, etc.. a
nice lawn swing was given him.
About one hundred were in at-
TT,n Do,.,.;,,, uc
been 'quite sick,1 we are glad to
note is imrjrovin0"
o t l . ' , i :
College toAiy. Only a few stu-
dents have arrived as yet. Not
i , f-i ,,,.4
many are expected until next
A .ooting match took place
near here last Saturday ovoiine.
near here last Saturday evening.
A beef was won by the best rifle
shots, anu a watcn 1 mo uoo
j -i J
i)l5vfi 'S-p!.nr,Tr T mvrinr of tVnC
i f -j tively powerless m their ettorts
place, and Miss Ada Slither, of . J. 1 -, f ,
lT - u- i o . to win confidence for one who
No. a township, daughter of Mr. . , , . u f
AT , o 4.1 has proved Himself unworthy of
Nelson Suther, were united m.. 1F . nM - .
A, , , , i i , - lit on former occasions. Then it
ine noiy uoncis oi miuruuuuy iasi
11 i nir
at il o ciock,
3 bride. Mr.
Sunday J forenoon
a t IUC yj i. Lilt: iniuc. .
Lowder is one of our womisine
. -, .... , .
wishes to Mr and Mrs Lowder.
on the novel idea of sending
each young lady who expects to
attend school here this year a
beautiful ribbon badge, consist
ing of the seminary colors blue
and orange, with instructions to
wear the same on their journey
from home to Mt. Pleasant.
They will thereby bo able to
recognize each other as fellow
students, and no doubt many ac
quaintances will have been made
ere they reach Mont Amoena
The location of the newr cotton
mill has been decided upon, proj
vided a good supply of water can
be had by digging a well. The
situation is just on the outskirts
of eastern Mt. Pleasant, where
the old Cook barn now stands.
, . -,
Wheeler to the Front.
A Manila dispatch of the 29th
"General Wheeler has been
ordered to report to General
Mac Arthur. He will be given
command of General Funston's
briirade, which Colonel Liscum
General Wheeler will proceed to
San FeriKUiv.o lotion ;w, alter;
having spent a week in energeti
cally visiting the lines.
"Gen. Wheeler said to a repre
sentative of the Associated Press:
'I am much pleased with the sit
uation. 1 thbik t'uit wnen Major,
General Qtis r;ts more troops
here he will mi'tke i-ar-'.d )YdtV0&.
lie country is more lavorable
i'ur milh.arv oueraiions than Ii
njoocd, The im)ie-;cio:i that
v is unhealthy is
a week tuld
; i dnce."
;r,i o ?:o :
w nen you
-i V '
! ian o in .
iii the worki
t'on of ;i g'
V OS '
,v ithoui Lxio r.
h?. all the'1 other
Ch a r a ct o r st and s
possess1 on s
for something everywhere, in
spite of its frequent bliglitings,
Men who arr- thomscd ves lacl-:inr
a good one. appreciate and value1
it in othors. The vounr mnn
whose word cannot be bolievod,
whose honesty is not above sus
picion, aim who ;o personal Pfo
is not what It oimht to be, is not
the young man that the business
world has opened nlaces for. He
woria nas opem
?ar..h:lvo ?il,lh and n d
family position, and many friends,
uui- ix ii uui a "0';u ui! Uix-
tor ho ,S.;V 111 j
ter he is at a di--.1vntare in
J 1 . 1 , , , ,
young man who has lost a srood
, , . .
name niakos an nonest eaort to
recovo,r "" thal his wiV
is au.rd one -reat
P !R a 3l-d aii--f. preat
?.eal rder al h'l?s -
" . , '. , , ... '
made a right start without these
helPs' Friends are compara-
- is that the young man is likely to
as never before "hat.
, ' . lu'C
rood name is rather to be chosen
' oou lml,UJ.,! ulel..w "e c,,obeu
than irreat riches," even as a
go o Qn w';thout a .
name, or to reera
Qnrrpndprod. Fao-v vr.n .mt u,:n
who .has that possession ought
to -count it above price and" to
have a care lest ho lose it, The
A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT,
Mr. W. A. Hines oi Manchester, la.,
writing of his almost rjiraculous escape
from death, says: 'Exposir3 after
measles induced serhr.c; lung trouble,
which ended in (Jon.-.umption. I had
frequent hemorrhacH and coughed
night and day. All ryy doctors said I
mupt soon die. Then I began to use
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, which completely cured me. I
would not be without it even if it cost
$5.00 a bottle. Hundreds have used it
on my recommendation and all say it
never fails to cure I n -oat, Chest and
Lung troubles.'' Regular size 50c ud
$1.00 Trial bottles f re.; at Fetzeib Drug
PERSONAL I i I NT E LIS.
Mr. Chas. J Harris is spend
the afternoon in C enrlotte.
Miss Fannie Strieker went !
over to Charlotte this morn jut;-. I
W P Lc J r:inde, one of i
our baseball boys
ill leave us!
to play with 1b;
turning to r-'1'-
ut ;ore i'','
t 1 :
. ' J'ei'.ovativo rrvn:
(ii i: cnrNTv tames.
I Mer .lOiHivt'nN Vs'ork ;s I '..n-.n :: -
Total Ain-::ai of Prorv'y Ase-o.i-A
H;'capilu::r:!on r.-;i:i th: "
Each- year the 11 . : ' -i- -.
ds lo.ilv'-; f'.'Vr-'"' ! '.1
t - .... , . , .. .
tax lists. This year A Ir. :o"
lias had his -irst !,!-', :
had enouirh but tho woi '. i
f;pished. Tlie Sta t e and conn ;y t r. x ' , ;
ymr amounts to 85. 27. 9.". i
county taxes amount to si 0.0;V ."
The grand aggreirate of taxable
property without the railroad
stock amounts' to $3,870,335.00
railroad -nronortv 8341. 065. 40.
I X X t "
We notice that only one time is
brandy listed in the county.
This in No. 2 township and its
value is $25. Three doirs in the
county are listed, each at $5.
! Two hundred and six bicycles are
listed valued at $2,272 Not near
all of them m the county, though.
Following is the number of
live stock listed: Horses 2,448,
limine 1 fiOQ nnfc - 1
1 5'!J.f'hoS 5,912 sheep 940. It
Uv, 1 be seen that there were
wi 1 be seen t
1 SGVellUen ?
county were vah
more caiue man
Two goats in the
'are usually valued atl apiece.
TEE APFETITE OF A GOAT.
13 envied by all poor dyspeptics
j whose Store rcH and Liver are out of
order. All such should know that Dr.
' Kin?:'? New Liie Pills, the woiul"rful
tcmach and Liver Remedy. 'gives
. nl.r bodily habit that insnri rorfeot
health and great energy. Only 25c. at
Fetzer's Drug Store.
I -J' 'jr-Oll, t.o While man troai
Concord who brought his little
children here Saturday and got
, so drunk that he had to be taken
away from them and locked up,
has been sent back home. Char
Dniing the ciyil war, as well a.-j
in our late war with Spain, diar
rhoea was one of the most
troublesome diseases the army
had to contend with. In many
instances it became chronic and
the old soldiers still suffer from
it. Mr. David Taylor, of Wind
Eidge, Greene county, Pa., is one
of these. He nses Chamberlain's
' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
i ivjrneoy ana sayB lie never lonnd
j anything that wotUd give him
such quick relief. It is tor sale
by M. L. Marsh & Co.. Druggist
I An(1 vo,, havc mado a ,,,-. h!. ai.,.j
straight for the
von car. "Hnd E
I 1 '
' ' ' '
1 fi'ouj me L'KAI-T
v.'ded to the uooi "s
b'.ULiii then. t
vi; do:-'"t. Oo v
( i .
'( 'V. Li
1 4 hi'
r- r- p t -
vtarimr A w
s an hi
down away r.nd it
that the wind reacv
& MTer Vernon- tnat ."verier
ine nurricane was the most
severe within the past 75 v-n-r-
'PllA fnl 1 1 I I ,,i
x ut- iuiui lus.v. ;,L iiaipras :'(im
will amount tcfroml5(K 0 to:?o.
COO. The fishing imsino-s. v;hich
is the principal indasf v. h-s
been for the nresetit erfth-ely
swept away. An interns! hi g fact
is that the hi. ghost v'e-ocity at
Hatteras was bO miles n hour.
HE FOOLED THE SUKGFoXS.
All doctors told "Reuirlc TT ii' ;lton, ,f
West JetFerson, O . after f-r'I iDg IS
months from llectal -Fistula, he would
die unless a costly operant, a -h per
formed; but ho cured hirroi; -.villi five
boxes of Bncklea's rnicn -nlve. t3 t
surest Pile cuie on 3-Jarth. and th; bet
Salve in the Wuild. 2." cents ' k.
Sold at Fetzer's Drug Store.
Add These to Your Ut.
Subscribers to the
Telephone Co. will pier
following to tho;r lists.:
135 Concord Cotto-
'. --Id the
Ir-u Caldwell S:ir: ley.
A MOTHER TELLP HOW SEE
SAVED DAUGHTERS IJFE.
I crz mother of ei?bt child
ren aiid h-'Vf. had a roat deal, oi
experience vih medicincH. Ijast
summer my little daufbcr hhi
the dysentery m its woist f tsm.
We thonght she would uie. J
tried everything I could think of.
I saw by an udvertifement in odi
paper that Chamborlrin'y ( olic,
Cholera and Diorrbon Kemedy
was highly recofniti k-: I ai d
sent and got bottle at owe. 7f
proved to be -.ue of th3 -y 31
medicines v"o ever h:.d m the
house. It ?r:vcd p.v I'tV: d:;tr,,t
er's life. I am anxious for every
mother toknnw what ,u: eielleut
medicire it is. Had Cku j'vjj it it
first it would hv -
great deal of aiiXietv n.id my
little daughtj nnv j ntT --'ling. -Yours
truly, Irs. uo. K Pa -
dick, Liberty, K. J. Io- hde by
M. L. Marsh A- Co., I ;.M-gist.
ii provided vou mwl'r,
Furniture House of