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THE BURKE COUNT! NEE
Te e )hone No. 26.
Col. G. W. Flowers, of
Taylorsville, X. C, spent
Sunday and Monday with his
sisters Mrs. H. W. Connelly
and Mrs. Dr. Warlick. of this
FRIDAY, JAN. 5, WHO. j place. The Colonel is one of
Alexander countv's leading
trains at mokoaxtox. citizens.
IL!.M K A I. TIM!:.)
X". 1 a-.t-b"unil 1 vestibules. 7:2oa.m.
"o. 12. ea.t-t-oimd. - - - 4:5n.m.
Teachers' vouchers and
; other claims on the countv
wf.t-i.uni (vestibule. .:j9p.m. must j)e paid and Sheriff Mc-
N 11. v. e-.t-l'.iun!. - - - Urol a.m. j 1
Xf. 2, east-b urn! (local freight
1 i
taxes for 1899," now past due,
I2:44p.ir. j come in and settle at once, in
order that these claims mav
cai -rvmg pas,engers, - li:.-4.i.m
X... .l, w-.-t-bAiiil (local freight
carrying pa.seng-er.-t,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
The beg"i lining of the twen
tieth cen tu r .lit.
IIv many times this week
have you written it 189')?
Miss Mary Lou Bristol re
turned to school in Asheville
Monday.
Mrs. Jno. M. Mull has re
turned from Swan nan oa, hav
ing spent the holidays there.
Mr. S. Evans, of Asheville,
has been spending a lew days
tiiis week with friends here.
Rev. J. X. Payne spent
several days last week with
his daughter Airs. Albright,
in ( 1 reensboro.
The merchants have been
busv last and this week taking
stock and closing up the busi
ness of last year.
Miss Musa Marbut, after
spending the holiday sat home,
returned to Converse College,
Spartanburg, Monday.
Misses Lillie and Minnie
Rector spent the holidays
with their sister Mrs. H. B.
Smith, at Mars Hill, Madison
countv.
James Claywell and Gilmer
Connellv returned to Trinity
College Tuesday, after spend
ing the holidays with their
parent here.
Kerosene oil is taking a
jump. The latest wholesale
price quoted to our merchants
bv the Standard Oil Co. is 13
cents per gallon.
Franks Perkins, the bright
voung sou of Attorney J. T.
Perkins, left Tuesday for the
A. V M. College, Kaleigh, to
take a course in electricity.
Mr. F. P. Clay well has been
indisposed for a week and
confined to his'nome. We are
glad, however, that his sick
ness has not been of a serious
nature.
Mrs. F. B. C lav well gave a
luncheon to her Sunday school
class last Thursday afternoon
from 4- to o o'clock, at her
resilience, and the occasion
was much enjoyed.
be met promptly.
A party, complimentary to
the Misses McKesson, was
given by Dr. and Mrs. W. A.
Feslie on Monday nigfht at
their residence. There was
a large gathering of voung
people and the evening was
one continual round of pleas
ure. Miss Minnie F. Clark, of
the Reidsville Graded School,
who is well known here, hav
ing held for some time the
position of assistant teacher
in the Morgan ton Male Acad
emy, and who isamost lovable
and highly accomplished voting
lady and is always welcomed
among- us, returned to her
home vesterdav, after a
pleasant visit anion" her host
of friends here during" the
holidavs.
A Double "Wedding.
There was a double wed
ding at Dvsartsville on Dec.
24th. Mr. L. C. Ellington
and Miss Maud Bean and Mr.
J. W. Cowen and Miss Cora
Filing-ton were married bv
Rev. J. R. Denton, at his res
idence. Mr. J. W. Cowen
is a brother of Mrs. Geo. Sat
terwhite, of Morganton.
Married in Asheville.
f Mr. Henry Payne, of Madi
son county, and Miss Alice
Hunter, of Buncombe count,
were married on December
24th, at the residence of Mrs.
Belle Hunter, on McDowell
street. The nuptial knot was
tied by Mr. A. S. Nicholson,
Justice of the Peace. Ashe
ville Register.
The bride is well known in
Morganton, having lived with
the family of Mr. Jno. M. Mull
for quite awhile.
I want to let the people who sutler
trni rheumatism and sciatica knov
that Chamberlain's Pain Balm relieved
me utter a number of other medicines
and a doctor had failed. Jt is the best
liniment I have ever kuown L J. A.
Doix.f.n, Alpharetta, Gn. Thousands
have been cured ot rheumatism bv this
remedy. One application relives the ;
pain. For tale by W . A. Leslie
drucjrist.
1. 1. DAVIS & SON.
TimeflMMs
FOR MEN.
Twfrnty -eight years of
successful shoe building
in live great factories rep
resents satisfaction to
millions of shoo wearers.
Every pair of Selz Men's
FineShoes fully illustrate
this fact. They make your
feet look well, no matter
what size you wear, and
combine the extreme of
stylo with perfection of
comfort and wearingvaluo
HIGH QUALITIES LOY PRICES.
Look for the sign of "Selz" it
marks the Popular Dealer.
Selz shops fnr Men AW, ,1 u. :i J
.'iu, I f uiiit-u dUU V 1IUUII 1
Satisfactory Shoes Price Quality Comfort Style.
ASK FOR
III! JZrT&f SELZ- SCHWAB & CO.. Chicaso.
Selz "Horseshoe." Largest Manufacturer of Boots and Shoes in the U"orM.
NOTICE.
All persons indebted to the under
signed, either by note or account,
are hereby requested to come for
ward and settle the same on or
before January 1st, 1900.
MORGANTON HARDWARE CO.
Dec. 12th, 1899.
A Stock in Perfect Touch with Fashion.
OVERCOATS.
SUITS.
I am showing" and selling" suits that cannot be
duplicated at the figures asked. Each one a per
fect fit and of choice material. If you aim to be
dress v, neat and in style do not pass them by.
Overcoats that cannot be beat in style and
price in the state. When you buy here be as
sured of one certain fact you are procuring" the
latest things, you are wearing" just what was
made to wear at this time, and therefore the
most fashionable goods to be had.
11 LK
1TTTTI VrTOTTT
I LlliMOJll
A "-lance at mv stock will show vou the cor
reel and latest things. Respectfully,
B. F. DAVIS,
CLOTHIER.
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