LOCAL AHD FEBSOUAL ROTES.
Bishop Coleman left Mon
day for Charlotte, accom
panied by Rev. C. Satterlee.
Miss Edna Beach went to
Statesville this week to visit
her sister Mrs. Will Bailey.
Brother Bascom Smith, of
the Mars Hill Enterpries,
came in this morning" on the
We are glad to see Mr. I.
T. Avery out again, after a
confinement of three weeks
Messrs. Anderson and
Taylor, of Johnson City,
Tenn., have been here this
week buying" cattle.
Mr. W. S. Dower, of Mo-
nongahela. Pa., has been here
this week looking" around
with a view of locating".
We are sorry to hear that
Rev. Barth. Soulier, pastor
of the Waldensian church, is
confined to his bed with a
severe attack of grip.
The remains of the infant
child of Mr.MoultonShuping,
of McDowell county, were
brought here Tuesday evening
and interred at the town cem
etery. We hear with regret of the
death of Mrs. Bowers, mother
of Mr. Georg-e Bowers,
which occurred the first of
Mr. A. A. Connelly is pre
paring to go into the mercan
tile business. He will occupy
tne store-room recently vaca-
ted bv Mrs. A. E. Hicks and
will carry a general stock.
Misses Mable and Carrie
Haynes, Laura Martin, Annie
McGimpsey, Cornelia Mich-
aux, Leila Tuttle and Cora
Asbury left the first of the
week to re-enter Greensboro
State Normal Colleg-e.
This week's weather has
been the coldest of the winter.
The thermometer went the
lowest on Wednesdav, when
t 11 A t 1
nearly an oursme worK was
suspended. The Catawba
river was frozen over at the
McDowell bridge yesterday
Krwin s Chanel, two and a
half miles north of town, was
the scene of a pretty wedding
Wednesday evening. The
The Crealest Invention of (he Age.
contracting parties were Mr. a TweI ve Dollar Turkish Bath Cabi
n;a vv. nanyDurton ana miss
Lizzie sudderth. Rev. j. w. net for only Five Dollars.
Jones, pastor oi tne jyiorgan-
ton circuit, M. E. Church,
A, L. .1. r 4- W
" ol o te Ready for instant use. A necessity in every
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a number of frien ds of the home. You can enjoy at home in your own
popular young couple, ine rooman the cleansing, curative, purifying,
crrnnm i a son ot Air. VY. r.
Haiivburton and the bride a and health-giving effects of the famous Turk-
4aug,tf; f MV ish or Hot Air and Medicated Baths, instead
derth, the two families being Wi
of the most prominent in the Qf spending hundreds of dollars in going to
CUUHIV. UUI CUlJg 1 diuialiuiio
and best wishes. Hot SpringS-
lodge of sorrowr another is to The Cabinet Baths at home are better and far cheaper than
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De auueu io tne run oiuurueau. batns at pUuiic Turkisn batn rooms- mere is no man or
The universal dominion of
death who can escape? Sure- woman in the world whom Turkish and vapor baths will not
ly we are born to die. L - u e , , , , ,
On the 1st day of JDecember jt-iv- w m. inj uvwuuj
1899, Bro. L. E. Snipes died not perspire freely and frequently.
at or near his home, about
four miles from Morganton. The sick, sleepless and nervous should use the Bath Cabinet
prime of life, seemTnglvTn the re&ularlv- lt has Pven a Priceless boon to all suffering hu-
prime of manhood, was taken manitv. and is endorsed and recommended bv hundreds of the
awav. leaving a wife and sever
al children, who were very most eminent physicians of the world, and we have in our office
near and dear to him. 'TheL - . , . . , . , . , . .
ivoru tjcive anu t,iie loru nmn
taken away; blessed be the all we claim for them.
name of the TvorrL
Resolved That we assume Wive this new Cabinet a trial. Learn of its great merits, and
the usual customs of mourn-l -n . .i.. :n- l '.- e
e . . . , . nfuu win ucver uait wiiu il; uevei wiiiiiiiy siuu usiuk it, lor
ing, ior inirty aays, ana mat
the sympathies of Catawba the results are too exhilaratiner. too eniovable. too haalthf ul to
Vallev TvoHcre. No. 217. he
communicated to the family ever abandon. We guarantee you will get more permanent
and these resolutions he g more enjoyment out of living in a single week, than
spretLu upun me mmuies 01
the minute-book of the lodge, you have obtained, possibly, for many years. It does every
and The Burke County . .
News r,,wi fr. r,iKiih tning we claim tor it.
House and Lot for Sale.
1 nereoy oner ior sale my
house, containmg4 good rooms,
and lot, containing 11 acres,
1 1 1 .
surrounaea uy a good wire
fence, on road leading to
Bethel church and situated
about one mile east of Mor
ganton. For price and par
ticulars call and see me.
D. C. Grady.
Subscribe for The News.
B. F. Davis,
J. R. Anderson,
W. A. Walton,
If you are afflicted, no difference how long standing, how ob
stinate, or how much medicine you have taken, without benefit,
our Cabinet will cure you. Cures rheumatism in its worst
Rheumacide is not recommended fop forms, gout, sciatica, lagrippe, neuraligia, blood diseases, liver,
the cure of every ill ; it does not cure L ., A
everything. But it is a certain cure "jf auuucivuiw uuuui.
for rheumatism, and is a fine blood rx rti nn4. at., t 01 -1. u
vui gcuciai ogcuu ml. o. ouuyiug, u.i iuoi ganion, is or
purifier and laxative ; try it.
Mortgage Sale of Land.
Tjy virtue of a deed of mortgage
II ecuted to the
thorized to cheerfully refund the price paid for our Cabinet if
it is not just what we claim for it.
This is to certify that I bought one of the Bath Cabinets about
uudersiimed by Al-
fonzo Perkins and wife, Lula Perkins,
on tne 10m aay 01 reoruary, ltjv, m
order to secure the payment of the sum I
co HousTdoor1 'i MSknSS two months aS to see if it would cure .me of rheumatism of
Monday the about twenty years standing, at times so bad"""! was con
3tn aay ot t eDruary,ivuu, toned to my room, and 1 am pleased to say the Cabinet Baths
S 5i Subli5 ?uiry: .to ?he, have entirely cured me, and that I have trained about seven
land situated in Burke county and pounds in weight since I commenced the baths. Believing the
v 7 rc , avjiuv a gicoi uicacsiug iaj an uunng numanitv, l nave con
chestnut on the top of the ridge, Susan j . i i , J uaYC
Michaux's corner, running south 20 sented to take the agency for the sale of them, and will cheer -
degrees east 62 poles to a stake, j. a. fully refund the money paid for one if it fails to o-ivp fmtUfao
Perkins corner; then east 4 degrees ri n fju iui uuc u n ibhs 10 give 8ausiac
west poies to a stake in tne ferkms v4 w iUJ vuiw ouu act; uue oi inese WOnaeriUl heaitn
old line; then north 20 degrees east, giving appliances
rciKius line, iud siaKe m top oi tne
ridge, the old Perkins corner; then
south 75 degrees 54 poles to a sourwood;
then west 85 degrees 52 poles to a
stake in the field; then south 65 de
grees west 4 poles to the beginning,
containing 25 acres more or less.
Terms of sale cash.
This Jan. 5th, 1900.
FORNEY & CO.,
MORGANTON, N. C.
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