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V The tmirke VOL. I. MORGANTON, N. C.f FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1899. NO. 29. B Connety So FIRST OF JLULa THE NEWS LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Bessie Smith is visit- Sallie Moore at Old Miss mit MisS F..rt. Mi- Fannie Moore of Ashe viilf, N visiting" Miss Hattie P IVIH'. Miss Lillie Patton spent a few (lavs with Mrs. Goodson Mis Florence Stacev, of. Asln-ville, is visiting Miss M.'irv Lou Bristol. Misses Sarah and Rosalia Mull are visiting Miss Maud Sik's at Hilderbrand. Mr. Love Fes per man, of Asheville, spent a few days with Mr. Watt Meacham this week. Misses Essie arid Alice Gmlev, of Lenoir, arevisiting at thei r uncle's, Mr. W. S. Mc- Rary's Mr. Ben Sloan, who is em ploved for the summer in Salisbury, has been spending several days at home this week. - Misses Lirene Mull, Minnie Huffman and Winnie Patton left Wednesday tor Shelby, to attend the Sunday school chautauqua. Judge A. C. Avery and Messrs. A. C. Avery, Jr., and J. T. Perkins have been in attendance upon McDowell court this week. Messrs. Jahn and Horace Flowers, of Taylorsville, have been visiting their aunts Mrs. Horace Connelly and Mrs. E. S. Warlick, of this place. Messrs. Avery &Ervin now have the prettiest and most convenient law offices in the tow n. They are in the new huilding corner Union and Sterling streets, di recti v over the postoflice. KVv. R. M. Ho vie and wife have been in Morganton this uvk on a visit to old friends. Mr. Hovle is now the pastor 'n charge of the Shelbv Meth- u,list church. He was several years ago presiding" elder of tu Morganton district. 1 he passenger train from tiie w est Tuesday evening was hl here for about an hour on account of the breaking" down' a freight car between - here an.l Connelly Springs. Dur- inurthestav here Dr. Moran uas called to see the Pullman car conductor, who was suffer- lnUr from congestion of the stmach. Mr. Austin Fox, of Sacra mento, Cal., is on a visit to his old home in Burke. He has been absent from this county about 29 years. Esq. J. G. Ballew , of Lenoir, spent several days in Morgan- loii tne urst oi tne week on a DM Yom Forget? -o- Some people no doubt have forgotten the visit to his daughter Mrs. B. prices we are selling at, so here they come F.Davis. He was accompanied by his son Frank, a prosper ous farmer of w estern Tennes see, who is on a visit to his old home. HOSPITAL PERSONALS. Stop and think. On all the prices we make, you get an extra discount of 5 per cent, when you buy $5.00 worth. v . Tea is the best. .May & Lank. GROCERIES. Soda 2 lbs. for 5c Best Rio Coffee, 10c Arbuckle's Coffee, 10c Lvon Coffee, 10c ml - Sugar, ()Ac Salt, per sack, 55c Bacon, per lb., (c Vinegar, best, 25c Flour, per 100, S2.10 Monogram Coffee, 25c Lard, per lb., 8c Lemons, per doz., 13c Kerosene Oil, per - gallon, 13c t Octagon Soap, per cake,- 3Jc Baking" Powder, DRV GOODS. Brown Domestic, vd. wide, 4c 4c sc 5c be 5c 5c 27c lc lc lc 5c 25c Alamance, Brown Drill, Bleaching, yd. wide, Bleaching, Barker's, Outing, Scrim, yd. wide. Table Damask, bleached Ball Thread, 2 balls for 1 paper of Pins for 1 paper Needles for Beauty Pins, 3 for Carpets, per yard, Remnants of Carpet, all wool, per yard. Cambric, all colors, Calico from 25c 4c 3 to 5c "Good Luck," 4&8c "Sally Michael" Smoking Tobacco, 5c Fruit Jars, 50, 60 and 75c per dozen. -o- Miss Marv Hill, of Raleigh, is visiting at the Hospital. Mrs. E. H. Cillev, of Hick- m ml ' . ory, is visiting her son here. Mr John Cilley. Miss Lillian Wyche, of Statesville, was visitingat the Hospital last wreek. Mrs. Charles Smith is at her old home near Old Port for a few days visit. . Drs. Keech and Bumgard-j ner are at Blowing Rock for a few davs recreation. Misses Lillian and Ida I card, of Granite Falls, were visiting! friends here last week. Miss AnnieRoss has return ed from a two weeks visit to her home at Glen Alpine. Mr. Arthur Pearsall, of Wilmington, was the guest of his cousin, Miss Kate Pear sall, here for a few days last week. Rev. Jesse H. Page, of berdeen, is the guest of Dr. Murphy. His host of friends were glad to see him among us asrain. Prof. Geo. T. Winston, late of Texas, and recently elect ed president of the North Carolina A. and M. College at Raleigh, was here Monday. Mr. H F. C. Rrvant. of the Charlotte Observer, left for This is a big line with us and we can interest everybody in his home Saturday much im- price and quality. proved, but will enter a pri- If we were tf) tell you that we were ellin a fine Ladies' vate hospital at Charlotte to , f 7- cent. vou Would have to come and see for vour- be operated on for appen- selves before vou knew whether it would suit you or not. diritis. P'Cn'nr Red Bundle Store isdoin for the people. For the rest vou n,r a bievcie of an ancient come and for yes. pattern near here last week The procession of Red Bundles continues every day, start and fot his toe mixed with the nir at 7 o'clock in the morning and breaks rank at 7:30 o'clock spokes while going at a high n tne evening. speed. He left the member where it fell and seemed not at all discomfited and pursued his course, not for a. moment allowing such trivia occur rences to mar his pleasure. July 26. ScjrtiBO. (he CLOSING OUT SALE ON SUMMER WEAR. India Linens, 4, 6, 8 and 10c, worth from 6 to 25c. Organdies from 7 to 12c, Lawns 44 3 to 8c, Pique 44 7 to 10c, China Silk, 35c per yard. 10 to 25c. 6 to 15c. 10 to 15c. 50c. -o- Shoes and Slippers. prices for all Country Produced . It's worth a trip to town just to watch 'em. Respectfully, J. L. Anderson & Co., The Red Bundle Processionists.