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The Burke County news. [volume] (Morganton, N.C.) 1899-1901, January 27, 1899, Image 5

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The Burke County Hews,
FRIDAY. J AX. 27. lSn.
Sheriff McDowell went to
Kaleih Sunday, returning on
Miss Wilhelmina Tate lias
returned home from a visit to
the Missus M v. Aden, in Charlotte.
Mr. Joseph Benfield is at I fCATU (If MR I R RIKT Ulone;inher latter davs, and
home ajrain, after an absence j ULrl I II Ul III II i J i III 1 1 U 0 1 1 Oh seven children J. R. Rust,
of six months in Danville. j Jr., D. L. Rust and Mrs. A.
Mr. V. W. De Vault. f i The End Came on Satur-1 K- B'tTal..o. of Bri.ewater.
A she vi lie, visited his parents,
near (ilen Alpine, the first ot
the week.
day, Jan. 21st.
I He Had Reached a Ripe Old
Mrs. T. L. Hemphill, Airs. AiK 82 KAKS"
J. H. Wilson and Capt. L. A. The serious illness of Mr.
Bristol attended the funeral J. R. Rust, Sr., at his home
01 Air. J. rt. mist, rr., ai at LSridiewater. this county.
Bridgwater, Mondav even- was announced
Mrs. Youno" and Mrs. Riddle,
of Yancey county. Mrs. P. F.
Simmons, of Marion, and Au
gustus Rust, of Charlotte, be
sides a number of rrand-chil-dren.
The funeral was held Mondav
Mr. C. F. McKesson re
turned home Saturday from a
six weeks' stay in Washing
ton Citv.
Messrs. Lewis Bean and
James Beach have opened a
tfrocerv store at the old Annis
cc Craiir stand near the depot.
The attendance upon the Bean cc Beach is the name of
Baptist Sunday school last the firm.
unlav scorea Z hetter than
evening at 3 o'clock and was
1 11 1 "k
in these col- inducted y r residing raider
; umns last week. He contract-i Jones' t,le Morjanton cir
'ed the ";rip after having been u,t- The remains were in
! a sufferer for some time from tered at the family burying
;o-eneral debilitv, and on Sat-ground, near the Rust home
urdav last, at 4 p. m., the end tead. A larie concourse of
came. sorrowing relatives, friends
Deceased was 82 years of :m(1 neighbors witnessed the
ir the Sundav before, member-,
present numbering 142.
La grippe seems to have
taken on the form of an epi
demic in the
a jrood citizen, rie
Dr. Alonzo Berry, son of had been a consistent member tn's venerable citizen.
the late B. A. Berry, is visit- of the Methodist church for a
in his old home in Burke, number of years and died a
He is now a resident ot A rkan- ; devoted follower of the meek
saw and has been absent from and lowly Xazarene., Hisifod-
Bridrevater this county about 15 years. ly walk and conversation and
Almost every . . ... , T . , fatherly counsel to those about
Subscribe for The
News. 75 cents per year. 40
cents for six months, 25 cents
for three months.
cases' T a him will live in after years
ture to Tant Morjanton an . i r -r
. 7. . ; and the familiar figure or this
eiei-tlOll UN LUC- lIUfMIUIl l IS"! 1 -II
f.. . i. t :ii kl, 1 1 r . "'V1 ,,lvt
.uis. i. iv. vriooon uiiu- suintr 0-0,000 in uoims 10
family has one or more
of the complaint.
wtre issued to-da
lotte News, 23rd.
merit is busy this week, and j
is turning out some nicely j
stationery for busi-i
a luncheon Wednesday in hon- water works in the town is
o. of her cousin Mrs. Moran, j beinjj circulated for signers,
of "Morianton. Invitations1
Char- town commissioners
have passed an ordinance re
quiring each and every whole-
Mr. Decator Newton re-; sale or retail dealer in lire
turned to Raleigh Sunday, af-, works in the town of Mo ren
ter a visit with relatives and ton to pay an annual tax of
friends here. Mr. Newton is twentv-rive dollars,
a carpenter and is working at . .
his trade in Raleigh. He had r job printing depart-
his name written on our sub-
sniitum bonk bfnri hf 1ttt
MissLizzieHem)hill,daujrh- ness men in Morjranton, Ma
ter of our townsman T. L. Hon and other places. Our
Hemphill, is teaching a public . vork continues to "row in
school at Kenly, N. C. She popular favor,
left tor that place about two
weeks a-o in response to a 1 lle st-bound mail and
telegram soliciting her ser- Psenrer tram Monday even
vices. She writes to her ,n- was thr' hours
parents that she has a school "Win to the wreck ot a freight
numberinir somethinr over50. tr-'lin 111 Last Tennessee. We
could not learn the extent of
A temporary telephone line 'the damage, but wereinformed
is beinvr operated between the that there was no one hurt. '
Hospital, depot. Ward cc Mc-
Neeh 's livery stables, McNee- The types made us say last
lv's bars and perhaps -a few week that there had been a
other points until the new s s- o2rH0 tire at Bridjjewater,
JS'Remember, you can tret
will be almost any form of Leral
greatly missed in that neirh- Blank you wish, besides any
borhood. kind of Job Printing at The
He leaves a widow, well News office.
In favor of SELZ SHOES
are :
1 . Their thorough reliability
they are always the
same. There is no guess
work in their construc
tion. Twenty-seven years
of shoe building has
placed SELZ far beyond that.
Their price is far below what other manu
facturers and dealers ask for corresponding
That's why, we sll them In ever increas
ing numbers, and that's why you should wear
them to your lasting satisfaction.
. 1 1 , 1 ,
.. v.. w nen it snouid nave
read Bridjjfewater, Virginia, !
consequently some of our j
readers rot the laurh on us. i
These little errors will slip!
in. despite our efforts to pre-!
vent it.
Rip Van Winkle.
To-nirht, Jan. 27th, Dobson
Ring's superb company.
headed by the veteran come-,
tern can be put in operation.
n this temporary line 'phones
ot tlie new system are brin
used through the wires of the
old system.
The Biblical Recorder, of
Raleigh, in its issue of Jan.
ISth. says: "Several brethren
trom Morjanton were isitors
in our office last week. Pro
lessor (toodwin, brother HdT
man. member tf the House
C , .. . ......
irm lUirke. and brother liutt- dian, Mr. Samuel W. Glenn.
man. formerly a member of will appear at the Town Hall
the General Assembly from in a jrand scenic production
that county. They all spoke of Rip Van Winkle. This
hopefully ot our church at company is composed of 12
Morgan ton, and in the highest members, and has beenexhil)
termsot Pastor Porter. Broth- itinjj only in the larger cities,
er HotTman thinks he is one of but having an open date be
the best preacher he ever t ween Asheville and Char
lu'ard. Tiiose who knew Sam lotte, resolved to stop at Mor
Porter at college are mt sur- jmton and jive ourtownspeo-
r,HU -ll "i success. pie a chance ot witnessing
there was at Wake Forest first-class attraction at
trom KV to 18'L a more dili- onable prices. No doubt our
irent student or holier-minded eode will avail themselves of
man. we did not know him." this golden Opportunity.
Be Sure to Examine Our Line.
I Do Not Deny Yourself
iltaure of liavini' the let En-it. I propose to keep
i -1 i 1 1 1 v on hand tif ti not Ai f. Or.i- ;e?, Lemons,
IV"MHtin., HHiius. Viz. Cocoa'i'", nr., to he found on
tfi market. A -lira lot of nortli-i u hik! also home grown
Apple just iu. Call nl ee niv Mnk of Fruits. I am
sure you will luy.
I also keep
am. Fancy Groceries,
5: I can turii!i families with almost anything needed in the
(Iroiery line.
y V nr to please, 5
5 Next Door to Powf5ce. ZZZ

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