k: St. 00 per year.
CONCORD, N. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1899.
ANM'AL M. E. t'OXFEREXCE.
' li t KhmIozyous of the itkiiiisters
Bay s, who has a reputation in the
conference for good work
on smn ors
v, -i,, n Xo. ll. Car..lh,a..rroccod-; Rev. Cartway's report he
r i)u. Mnrninsr Ssion TIia reforrorl tr f i
r Filled with Uhm1 Work.
i ' ,
nine years ago the Meth
(MiitVionco of Western
Carolina was organized in
to the rpp.ftnf 1rc!c? Vv-r-r
death of Rev. W S Creasy. No
report of the presiding elders
71 encouraging than
that of Rev. J R Brook's,
Of this H.n Coi;
Meihodist church at this 1 discriot m i "aLluxily
At o niMr n,J aiscllpt. He asked the conter
,T if U C1UCK lOUaV nnPA i
i 4i j? t iui u, iiuvv eiianjre
its annual session with
Joseph S Key, of Sher
r the reading of the Scrip
regulation hymn, "Are
; live," was sung.
Wm. L Sherrill, of Le
- -verotary of the confer--..;Uh1
by Rev. J C Bald
Rev. S'a-ples was elected
i - nil well.'
. : M Taylor was elected
-1 it al secretary,
report on books and
.s was react ana relerred
bury near the Kestler mill, also
dbKea tnat Albemarle be made a
station and also a circuit.
Stated that a 1,000 church had
been erected at China Grove, a
new parsonage built in Salis
bury and an old debt had been
paid on a parsonage on the Lin
wood circuit. All of the reports
were good and showed active
work during the past year.
The names of the superan
nuates were then called, which
were as follows: Revs. O M
THE SESSION OPENS.
Historic Society of the Western North
Carolina M. E. Conference Holds
ITS HAND BURNED.
Ir. Angustr? Kluttz's Son Falls Into the
Fire-The Public Schools Open in
Mceting Tuesday Night-Rey. Arnold;-,. . m, ' ,
Written for The Standard.
Ti ats Methodism of Concord and Rev.
Organ Church, Nov. 21.
Carroway Makes Semi-Contenial Ad-; Wnile playing near the fire
dregs ! last Sunday, little Orin. the 15
reSS j months old son of Augustus
The public exercises of the an-, Kluttz, fell into the fire, burn
nual convention of the Western ing his left hand quite badly.
North Carolina Conference of Dr. McNairy wTas called and
the Methodist Episcopal Church, dressed the hand. The child is
South, began with a meeting of doing right well at present,
the Historical Seciety, Tuesday! The Sunday school at Organ
night. The president, Rev. C F church last Sunday decided to
Sherrill, presided. After a most have a Xmas tree on Christmas
charming voluntary by a quar- day.
in. Jul i in nnrr iv it .r o r i : i
uu:j JY-UMi, ii v ,.;!; ;, j I' l rov '
.;. l.v. ..edioDr. Jas. Atkins. ! j C Thomas, T j Tr'n.I,,t, J Wi
Kpn;)i-i book agents read and j Wheeler, J A Wr -ins H 1?
!.! to Roy R, AT T-ivl r.r I iv?i,. t n '7 r x
- - j - iivjv. .j i1 i i i v . r. i imi t
tetto choir a hymn was sung and
Rev. Dr. Pritchaid, the mission
ary secretary of the Southern
in a de-
Anderson, J AV Bird, W H Cooi Methodist Church, led
er, T H Edwards, S H Helsa- vout prayer. The president an-
oi jjoara oi Education
Rov.I A Smith. Re
Snndav School referred
li'tee. Report ol Ep
.er.gue read and rtverred
eo. L Hackney.
-right and encourair-
and J F Wilson. These names
were referred to the committee
on conference elnUcm of sup
erannuates. Those of this num
ber present rose and made short
talk's to the body. Rev. S M
D avis, who has been in very bad
from Trinity college j health, reported that now "he is
id relerred to Mr. W able to report for service. Rev.
!. who is secretary of the
oi Education. The re
Davenport college was
vi referred to same cora
. was also the excellent
. Greensboro Female
. At this; juncture Rev.
v.' arose and spoke of
r fever which hos-got-
State Normal col-
he had been doing
some work but was physically
limbic for effective work. Rev.
F'.okens was present despite old
age and bad he; 1th raid had been
able to preach several sermons
during the year. Rev. Z Rush,
t i i is place vwas present. Rev.
fr inlet was -present too. After
no. btate formal col- t lie talk made by Rev. Wheeler
.-lu-ed all who have :he hymn, "Blessed Assurance,"
: r ie t
at tile Greensooio
-lege that there is no
the disease in this in-
bringing tears to the eyes of
many, did Rev. J C Troy speak
of his inability for service on ac
count of his physical condition
and also of the recent loss of his
loving companion, leaving be
hind only himself and little
this! daughter. The hymn, "Amaz
jinir Grace How Sweet the
Sound," was sung. The name
of Rev. A R Long was called but
since the last meeting of confer
ence he has answered death's
The following statistical secre
taries were aiiointed: Finance.
Revs. W F Womble and C A
Wood: Statistics. Revs. R Gi
Tuttle and H K Boyer; Sunday
school. Revs. M H Vestal and R
After the close of the morning j Mr. W R Odell from then contm- j
session the appoinunents were uousl r. tiU now whicn lcd to ,
tneamerenicommnieeh! , . , .I
xne iormiiuuii ui ujc Luuia-
ina- e o;
; l iC: ,
' . I . 1 I '
( i '((
im . committee, consist--;
-rs. J Wr Jones, H M
r. i-i J H Detwder, was ap-
' i t; transfer the property
i ut 1 1 ri'ord college to
.of the Ojvi'ord Orphan
n;;; was introduced to the
ace aftr.-r which he made
ic a)peal to the confer
..rrl for the inmates of
v. W E Towson, of Nasvillc;
.1 r-T Huggins, of Marshall,
: iwv. N I Jurney, who
; 'Mts the Craven Memorial
' introduced to the con-
. itieth question, "Are
1 ?f' listers blameless in
ii. raid official ministra
: then put by Bishop
r.d the names of the pre
elders called. The pre
Iders are Rev. Daniel
' of the Asheville dis
i TurrenUne of thz
f district, Rev C M
i i ,f hQ Franklin district,
rdv.Vr H Wood of the
c-rr district, Rev Jno .W
ie Ivlorganton district,
of the Mt Airy
: . Jno R Brooks, of
. v dlsi.rict, Rev Win
; ; the Shelby dis-
v. y w Bavs. D. D.. otL,n, nf Tiic town. The name
- - '-vJJe district, Rev. Tr j f the ar will be "Trojan's
:Tr;rynesville district, j . .
J Carroway of the. iNOLluu
ict. Rev Jones wras
X Af Schedule Next Jdonth.
10th of December a
The ladies of the Missionary
Society are going to sell a fiue
quilt at Organ Church on Christ
mas day at 1 p. m.
There will be a Union Thanks-
nounced that the program for giving Service at the Lower
the evening consisted of two Sone Church on Thanksgiving
parts, and introduced Rev". .1 D day. Revs. Cox and .McNairy
Arnold to read a paper cn will make addresses.
"Methodism in Cor.cord." The public schools opened up
Rev. Arnold traced Method- last Monday. Mr. David Lentz
im in C:iha:r; arrrAy -o teaches at the Kluttz school
further back than 1835. house, Augustus Kluttz teaches
He took up the history step by at Parks, John Lyerly at Sloop's,
step through the days of small John Sloop and sister Emma at
things leading to the splendid Faith. Walter SifTord, of Man
showing ol about 1.200 Meiho- ning, fills the pedagogical chair
dists in the town today. 1 at thc Fisher school house.
He said that sevices had been j Arthur Bost left last week for
held in an old log school-house China Grove, where he has ac
tillinl838 and '39 the church COptCH a position as salesman in
was built that was but, recently t,n (vy goods department of
torn down from its site on j? yy J3ost
Church street. V- """7
The present church was built Mrs. Winslow's Soothicsf Syrup has
l .1-.- .J C , Hit. 1 -i
otsji-i uiseu lur uver nii.y yturu uy mil-
Single copy 5 cents.
It will not bo a surprise to any whe
are at all familiar rcith rood qualitie e
Chamberlain's Co ngh Remedy, to kno
that people everywhere take r' i'-re in
relating their experience in the use ot
that splendid medicine and in to Hi
of the benefit they have received fro
it, of bad colds it has cured, o'
threatened attacks of pneumonia it has
averted and of the children it has saved
from attacks of croup and wiioopiri
cough. It is a grand, pood medicine.
For sale by M, L. Marsh & Co.
4& ;4Ji .jkj r
ciL t ?...' 4
in 1860-'G1, on the very site that
was wanted but could not be got
ten when the old site was ob
tained. In 1883 it was re-covered
and modernized at a cost of
lions ot mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immedi
ately, bold by druggists m every part
of the world. Twenty-five cents a bot-
1 o T?f enro o n rl net frr 'lrra Win.
no tolcloi pastoral ministrations ; glows Soothing Syrup," and take no
e, 4 "K ,rm c - o 1 nvnaolilnrr rf i OtOer iilHa
H um tut; ui:ij-ifiy.j uui ja u:iv.iiu'
one, the Rev. David Derrick,
through the struggles incident to !
growth up to the present with its
three stations, requiring the
fii-no nnrl Inhnv of 'throe e.nstors.
each church having a good and j
He reviewed the branching-out ,
from Central in 1982 by a Sun-jW
day school, which was organized!
at Forest Hnl, superintended by
.t-wwtim ii,Mi..--g"H imiil mil illlicg-r-.-.mi-fi
a iiQ inn
$2.50 AND $3.00 AM! $3.50.
$ .r0 and f ;UW an,!
narts of town.
T. '" wilt oe a meet
ing he! interest of edu
cation. Rev. tiammoud, D. D.,
of Nashville, will deliver an ad
dress in the interest of the
twentieth century movement.
world for the irney.
The Proper winter
shoe in light-weight
or heavj-weight and
Kev. Troy to Start a Taper.
Rev, J C Troy, of Jonesboro,
who is here attending confer
ence, and who each week writes
in the Charlotte Observer over
the signature of "Trojan", will
about the first of the year start a
. Erra'sJH. L PI
m i hi
1th and was
Ll-v. AV L Grissom,
1 - - report. Rev. H
s absent on account
e and his report was
Rev. F L Town send.
1)L'' -his part of the work
"'! 1 ;. indulged iokinglv.
new schedule will go into effect
on the Southern. There will be
a change in time of arrival of
Nos. 85, 7, and 36.
tion there and then the erection
of the church in 1868, also the
building of Epw- 'h c'b at
Cannon ville in 18 .
Pastors and presiding elders
in chronological order were
noted, and the late sainted Dr.
Creasy was called the father of
Forest Hill church and Dr. H W
Bays of Epworth church, as they
were the instrumental causes of!
TTp recounted labors done
and the development of benevo-1 y t to see before Conference week.
nccasionallv. to the
TO CUBE A COLD ONE DAY
Take Liiative Bromo Quioine Tablets.
A.1J druggists refund money if it l8i9
cure. 23c. Tbe grenuin has L. y.
the ?.Ie;th.vdist "i
inir last year to
causes of the church.
A number of prominent lay
men, males and .females, were
enumerated both living and
dead. Conspicious among the
latter was that sturdy yeo -:o;-,
the late Willis Elkius. whose lite
work in the church began in
the largest stock of
(Continued on Editoral page.)
Furniture, Pictures, Stoves,
in town. Yours to please,
Bell, Harris & Co.
Residence Phone .... 90. Sto: e 'Phono . . . .
1 tree raiser. Dr. WW n eack.tablet