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The Burke Count)' Hews,
FR I I K V. JAN. 2n. lSb. Mr. Waits Walton k i 1 K-1 a There will be n union meet- ThkXkws wishes to lo iut p.rker on Mo d;t weihin in if f theGatawba River Bap-; 4h,wn as f;iVorinif ifradet 52S iiounds net. We call this tist Association at Mount i i r f i" e 1 , it i t . i -schools tor Morifanton, believ verv ifoo.l. Home cnurch, Januarv JMh . , , 1 and 2'hh t this meeting "l UK o u i u. proxe a w e 1 he attendance at the I Sap- -n , , - , ,- , . , liod-send to the place , ! i i at plans will he laid tor nohlinif , , . t uni av school ot .Morgan- f t , learn there i some oppt , a scries ot mission and educa- ii sition Mr. Henry Webb, of Col- tn on last Sunday was the 't;nn:il institlltes u-,tu tno to the movement, but the oj- . -1 1 s ill, u rda v . w as i n town on at The M. M. cv T. Co. ' .shops bewail work' on Monday, alter i r . ..i . . r ;i - u I - low n in ieaii i on i v. eek's t. .1 tile holida"s. taxiuir and repairs. posers we believe are ifreatlv in the minontv. 1 iie almos unanimous verdict from town i r.cle C.il iir;it hi lis i imim , liii . i .1 T - i hiiri'hi's I'ltmiMwiiKr the 1 menil)ers present numbering - . c - in the minoritv. Tile almost V. llUII'll. kill' l ttlli (UMI IH. 1 ""kl 1 . taken toward hohlino- :i sumlriv at: t.'..a t t. 1 . a,,i :.,.:. -i".. which alreadv have trraded .Miss IvaLe IUI I lias.kU.' 'U'U ''v.iiu.pi nnuuuf hi iu- Ckiii ii- i i i . t t .,.P;nir t ; , k- iin a schools is that thev the position in Lazarus Bros . -sprinur. It ieainestlx hoped . . .... . i- u a.i k. r; tint t!n-,.t1,r.u.;il-,tt..n,l i oena.Lrreai niessuiLi. r v " c ' i ,,1,1 -.11 dnn-di.. K r- nir cannot thev be run as success- Marv t ountf. Sne entered and all the Uiuruie he repre- f . 1 1 ,.,,i,., K,. .1 .1 . 1L1I1 111 .UUI "tllUUII. luties vesteruav sented h deleefates. - have Whv t ' s fell iViV o'-,e dav upon the morn in if. Carlton ' r. , :s 1 ' id l.-ist week anl was painfully Mr. J . . liallew. liveryman, hurt. He iiad sufiicientlv re- moved his family Wednesday l' ... 1- T however, to come to nin iir- imjiiiuiiu,umiiu : V rson flVleplione Co. He says he will move his family shortly ICast I nion and Lenoir streets, to the Howmar ct.'ttaie, opno- L-n k'm Mc( Milliard, a neifro. sju. yimintain hotel, employe d tile Hurke Tan nint - Co.. sl'nM,ed and felldur- (iorell. Battle has in--' t lie sleet'of last week and returned to Morjfanton to take 1 I I. a ' I 1 iw' 1 tl ill tll. I 1 I r 1 dislocated hi-s rr-hi arm at ,l i"oluu" ntn n. un 1 he shoulder. Dr. And reset t he l l Ul l . from Shelby to Morifanton. Mr. M. L. Jubin. chief en L in- er o! a bh.'- coiton mill at The niarria.ife of .Mr. B. S. Wiiitnev, S. C. s;..ent sever- ( iaither and Miss Mary Vouno al .lavs the past week in Mor- will take place next Wednes--anton, his old home. Mr. lil" 'ifternof)n at 3 o'clock, at jubin alwavs receivesaheartv C, raceCluirch, There will be welcome here. n -"i(ls and all friends who wish to attend are invited. There is an ordinance iro-hibitin- aiiv minor from enter- . Several of our country ;,, -. lnr .n';11m 'in b , r ovi n 1 n lriends have called and sub- I 4 1 ' I . 1 Ill i i v-'ll X'ielators are ,,t Slo. 1 1 w ould "bt 1 he lo-s to bea r t hi Policeman Wall savs this law try 'ind make a paper that will will hereafter be srtictlv ad- prove interesting to our coun- 1 1 , trv suhsenhers as well as those in town. The larmer is the man who feeds us all I ' rin rhm 1 mti:u Hi ii h. UUM V- 'J1 k. IllkklikL k i I i I I 1H. DAVIS Has a new circular out this week. If vou didn't fet one be sure to call for it. The advantages it oilers have al ready created quite an inter est in them. The new thinjfs in our stock this week are a line of Shoes for 85 cents; Androscoggin Domestic for 7 cents; a Table Cover for bh cents. lrect to a line sribed lor 1 lit: Ai:VS dum; well for the past week. Let others do in mind, likewise. We are "oino- to 7 1. I. DAVIS. s n i- e ! to. See Joseohus Daniel ert i -en lent two papers tor i ' . e if o ; ; e hi another ol v ) : . ei 'his -a ; -er. ihhis is v :'' (.'inir.'f t( Lfet t wo lead mo hall be neglected. Mr. R. M. Conlev sto;oed Si ;te weeklies at halt t he usii-' over in M H'ifait n th s week, a! ;i ice. In remitting' t Mr. enrotite t rom Shelbv to Stock Direels ;3easr mention tiie ton, Caliiornia. Mr. Conlev I;1 i t h a 1 you saw his adver- was born and raised in Burke, tisemer.t i n T 1 1: 1 r K v. C rx- but lived in the west 15 or 2i r ' X !; v. s. years returnc arus Brothers Tile Kell MesellL!'e lished w i-"kl- t rom th b- D. cv. I). Svdioi at tills pku'e, is one ! The second week of our Grand .Clearing Sale will eclipse all former sales of fine goods a few years a-o he at extraordinarily low prices. We are deter- m! to this country and " married in Shelby. He foes mined to sell every article in our stock, no r'i matter what it cost. They must go, as the west aifain to live. His wif who manages a miliinerv store stite Ve con-raiuiate p, o. s1k'H)-v' Ul11 1(1Iou xt new spring goods will arrive shortly, and we Hojslratel". w ho is at the head tall, o! t lie printing dei-artment of Mr. J. R. Rust, Jr., of must make room for them. This sale will be this institution. on theneattv- Bridew ater, was in town oiC intensely interesting. po-raphical appearance ot the Monday and took home with I MiM'hLivr. Tiie editorial him two fine ilolstein calves1 t .l-- pv t a v..rk. bv Supt. Coodwin and which he purchased from the VIOtninj UCpartmCnt, ae c rp - d teachers, is also State Hospital. He reported eCetienl. his father and mother. Mr. Mom" Suits, were ?:. ", re- . . . and Mrs. J. R. Rust, Sr., both ,ll('e(1 to V. .i-.n : s 1 rejectos.a.pe and ick hjs .v st.H(UJslv s " M.mV ,,it-. were ml Sh v ..,nea vomi.my -ave two ,xtf , ' ro.ln.v.l to K ill.-- v.'illru. klisk, V L ILL exhibitions ;n Moranton c- - t Br idtfe water i n ev are Mori's Suits, were 8 Htnl Si', v!owd out on Friday niifht, tr.e ; i' ua k : i s lootino" iq 5d. On Saturday niht there was a ' uou so. me comeoian were a- ifoMl as nKltters of claim i i i . i . i'i"icii --i.iitiii-.eik- 1,1.. -I,. . i 'oMiv,iiioo.i i" n. . i . c red ti(eil to cu -r- , amonif the oldest people of rt,,i(t, l" v . i n!e w.:- a lrett" ood .i . 11 m..,,'. ;tk w.r.. ln ...! !' 4 ., - . , me countv. ..w reihu-ed to The new countv com mis- .Men's Suit-, were -Sl, reiii-el ioners are exercisiiu" a "reat u 811 o I he scenes nor tlral of caution, especially in Hoy' Sl,it?i- r --b rcluce! against the to "tir people expected, hut liemo" countyr Thev will not pav Hoys' Suits, were rcluce.t a bttle hun-rv bramusonient. an v bills except those clearly lo $;-7:' there were but tew criticisms aMowed bv law For this Brv' Suit, were 8b relu-el 1 llL'se w ho attende 1. The-e thev are to be commended. wereeiven tor the " li -,; r-i '..nn.ai,- - V,H,ll 1 111.111 V'MIHIIM ''tt-S ill Cliillreu's Suits, were 7.c, re- lucel tf ChiMo'ii's Stut, were $1.."0. relue'il to Cliil.iren? Suit. wee Sl'.'iO, r'lurel to Cloldreti's Suit;, wjre $1, re- luel to Cliililreu'.- Suit-, were re- dti-eil to Men' t)rcat-, wtrr: ?l, re- !uC"I in Men's Overvoat. were $.", re duced to M-fi )ercoat, were S and 7. TediKx'd to to eii"!;o!"i Iiov' uits. were B'J, reduced .-vaei.i -I me .uor-anton ,,r- his duties like an old hand at net hard, which turnished the business and has proven music both m-htsand received that he posse es rare execu- om-tourth of the proceed. tive ability. ; to ?i-- Men's Overcoat s, were $10, rc dtuvd to $0. Men's l'rt'ut at about half price. wOc. 'J.'c. Si.7: $'5. .f 2.:o $7.:o LAZARUS BROTHERS.