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Hickory Democrat, Feb. 14th.
It is reported two men shook
hands from one train to the
other when they were making:
forty miles an hour in a race
from Newton to Hickory.
Airs. Mary Wortman.of West
Hickory died last Friday of
dropsey. Her age was 83 years
and two months. The inter
ment took place last Saturday
at St. Stephens church.
Mr. Will Bonniwell had the
misfortune to get three fingers
severely cut one day last week
at the Novelty shop. Dr. H.
C. Menzies sewed the fingers
back and the hand is getting
along all right.
Correspondence of The News.
Miss Florence Causby of
Chesterfield is visiting" friends
in Eldridge.
Visited our village an in
tensely cold snap Saturday
and Sunday.
Mr. Will Killian spent the
time between trains in Old
Fort Sunday.
Mr. P. S. Giles has accept
ed a position at the State
Hospital as an attendant.
m r t ttt .
Mrs. j una wniiams is
visiting Mrs. T. S. Bright
and Mrs. J. I. Beach this
We learn that Mr. N. O.
Pitts has purchased a new
saw mill and will embark in
the lumber business.
Mr. and Mrs. D.P.Lowder-
milk spent several days with
Mrs. Lowdermilk's people
near Marion this week.
Mr. Ed Scott visited Ashe-
ville last week, also he and
Mr. Charlie Scott had a de
lightful trip to McDowell.
Last week it should have
been Mr. James Grady's baby
that died instead of Tom's,
and M. N. Hennessee was
only attending the Iredell
Superior court. T. was re
sponsible for errors.
Mr. Editor, come up to see
us. We like your paper ever
so well. The News and all
the news is what we want.
More anon,
Feb. 21, 1900.
E. B. Muoday, a lawyer of Henri
etta, Tex., once fooled a erave-difirsrer
He says: My brother was very low
with malarial lever and jaundice.
persuaded him to try Electric Bitters
and he was soon much better, but con
tinued their use until he was wholly
cured. I am sure Electric Bitters
saved his life." This remedy expels
malaria, kills disease germs and puri
fies the blood ; aids digestion, regulates
liver, kidneys and bowels, cures con
stipation, dyspepsia, nervous diseases,
kidney troubles, female complaints;
gives perfect health. , Only 50c tX
John Tail's drug cure.
Mr. Dowdy Belle, of States-
ville, was in the city this week.
Miss Gertrude Davis left for
Statesville. while there she will
be the guest of Miss Katie Reid
Carlton, who is well known' in
Morgan ton.
Mr. Tate Young and wife, of
Corinth, Miss., who have been
making Mrs. B. S. Gaither a
short visit, left for Miss.,
Vegetables are as scarce in
our market as hen teeth, a load
of mountain cabbage attracts
as much attention as Robin
son's street parade in former!
The Burke Tannery and the
Sash and Blind factory was
closed Monday and Tuesday,
on account of the death of Mr.
W. F. Camp, a partner in the
two enterprises.
Fanners to the Front
To the Editor of The News:
It should be a source of pride
to all farmers to hear the names
of Col. Jno. S. Cunningham,
the largest tobacco grower in
the world, and J. Byron Grimes,
one of our most progressive,
enterprising farmers, mention
ed so prominently for the office
governor and secretary of state
Both of these men are clean,
successful young business men
that have never taken advan
tage of the homestead or bank
rupt laws, pay their honest
debts and fare on all railroads
and are not rotten politicians.
Farmers let us put them on
exhibition in our state capitol
and then silence with fingers
pointed at our capitol will
whisper in the ears of the
rising generation "merit win."
Quaker Meadows. Feb. 21.
It is an easy matter to claim
that a remedy has wonderful
curative power. The manufac
turers of
leave it to those who have been
permanently and positively cured
of RHEUMATISM to make
claims. Among those who have
recently written us voluntary let
ters saying they have been cured
are: Rev. J. L. Foster, Raleigh,
N. C; Mr. J. E. Robinson, Ed
itor, Goldsboro, N. C, Daily Ar
gus; Mr. A. Daus, a prominent
merchant, Macon, 6a., and Mr.
W. R. Duke, a railroad man,
Kansas City, Mo.
Rheumacide Will Cure You.
Sold in Morgan ton by W. A.
Leslie and John TuU. Price $1
per bottle.
. Raleigh, N. C.
Our odd and end Sale
is still going on, it will
pay you to take advan
tages of the many Bar
gains we are offering
during this sale.
Our line of $1.23 shoes
are being talked of every
where, have you a pair?
See our line of men's
sample hats that are go
ing at 95 cents.
JCClothes cleaned, dyed
and repaired. Old clothes
made new. Prices reasonable.
Apply to Henry Peterson,
first house above Mr. Jno. W.
Williams' residence.

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