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MITCHELL. ,ol House Burned Killed by a y ili.Tree Other Deaths A mar- Minor. An. Vth. .1. A. Kiddle went to Liwville - Sunday to attend the :;i i Tvict' of a grandchild, I 'a id Wiseman, infant - 1 1 -I . W. Wiseman and .Mi-- Sarah Franklin, (laugh -.!'.!' Franklin, of Monte ;i, 1 im1 Saturday at her and was buried Sunday. - . was about 18 years of age ,i christian. A t'l'phone message received i'-..! j i 1 'ineola this morning says ,ii 1 In ry Wise was killed by falling tree near that place t : morning. There were no f i Mmt particulars. Ambrose Craig of McDowell ' i;ty and Miss Celia Young, 'a ;-lit'r of 1. N. Young, of ; Ahdinney Cove, were mar- : ithis (Thursday) evening 'la' home of the bride. S. II. Bailey, of Ilerrell, was in town Wednesday. He in ''.med us that, the Bennett -i-hool house in Ilerrell town :.:; was burned last Sunday l iuiit . The origin of the fire is ;m known, ludge Bowman resumed the :::.! nt tiie loung ooys mis i Thursday ) morning for the x;!!inr of Bob Dickerson at Minneapolis a. short while aero. h will take all the week, if not A 1' 7.1. L . - . ii'i-'imv ro in r e ease. STATE HOSPITAL NOTES. Personal Mention and Items of News by Our Regular Reporter. Miss Maud Ferree is visit nig at her home at Burkemont. Miss Hettie Wilburn is vis iting her home in Wilkesboro. Miss Ida Greenlee is visit ing at Mica, Mitchell county. Miss Kate Tate is spending a lew days in and about Old Fort. Miss Nannie Finley is visit ing her home near Glen Alpine. Mr. John F. Woodward and family are visiting friends in Linville. Now is the time to buy Hammocks Prices cut in order to move them at once. The Mother Returns. Tin: Xfa'S some weeks ago ; I t I I t 1 V I (111 I Ml . f L. I I JIVXL. ' u had left her three-weeks- M habv with Rose Walton, ;:i ild colored woman here, 1 that nothing could be vard from her. Last Mon :..v Mrs. Strow, who says she - the wife of a traveling man :. lives in Charlotte, came . .Morgan ton ami goi ner b.iby. which she had not seen fmir weeks. She left for i i - ! . . t t . rPn.. win in Arm nif i 1 1 . xniains her ionoaosence -riving she had been ill. t Rose savs sh e was well i r her trouble, here was, it must be ad- . e;ood ground for stis- n that the mother had ken her child. We are however, that this sus- been removed. ' e e . i Miss Lula Kirkpatrick has gone to her home in Alamance to spend a few weeks. Dr. W. J. Love, of Wilminsr ton, is visiting at the Hospital, and is the uest of Dr. Mur phy. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark are visiting relatives and friends at their old home in Newton for two weeks. Miss Lottie Caldwell, of Statesville, came up last week, and is visiting Miss Mae Mur phy, at the Hospital. Mr. Johiv F. McNair, who has been visiting Dr. Murphy, returned to his home in Laurinbur- last week. Mr. L. W. Rhyne came up from Raleigh last week to Telephone (f) spend a tew days with his family, who reside near here. Mr. Ivy Lewis, of Raleigh, is at the Hospital, and is the jfuest of his fiiend and col-lefe-mate Mr. Alexander Murphv. Dr. M. h Mo r phew, of Cla rion, and recently elected to the legislature from McDou ell, was a visitor at the Hos pital Sunday last. Mr. Charles L. Smith, whose health has been somewhat B. 5. GAITHER. Agent for Waterman Fountain Pen. INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD. The Superior Food for Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. INTERNATIONAL POULTRY FOOD. International Colic Cure absolutely guar anteed or money refunded. MAY & LANE. impaired for some time, is at his homo in Moranton until he regains his health. Whooping courh caused the death of the infant child of Leon Steam Laundry Company, CHARLOTTE, N. C. EQUIPPED WITH THE NEWEST AND BEST MACHINERY. WE EM PLOY SKILLED WHITE PEOPLE ONLY, AND WE DO NOT TAKE NEGRO LAUNDRY. SEND YOUR BUNDLE TO M. B. Kibler, Agt., Morganton, N, C. nas New School at RUTHERFORD COLLEGE. Mr. Will Beach, who EQUIPMENT. NEW MANAGEMENT. NEW FACULTY. A Superb Location. near here, last week. Mothers with babes of tender aire should jjuard against this, to them, fatal contagion. Amole course. Thorough work. Facultv unsnrtn..,! i ft. J . v M Mr Fisher, who lives near J by any school ot the kind in the State. lerms low. Stu- . here has a colt that is blind, ; dents will receive personal attention from instructors. l.oalinj properties . ami ; i is as active and plaviul as if havo nui.le it a -rcatJavoriteJ it possessed the or-ans ot , r(1r bivKrht ' he iKior little am- , V . V . , - , x v . ....... i . . . 1 A I.lie. I)ni2-i?t. mal never saw the lirht ot day ; and may never if it should die! . ' 1 he best iorm ot Blank with old ae. It is one ol tne Session Begins August 30th. Prospectus and announcement will be sent on application. A ddress Chas. C. Weaver, Ph. D. or, A. C. Reynolds, A. B. n for sale at The News curious indeed. Aw'. 15, 1XK. SCKIB . RUTHERFORD COLLEGE, - - N. C.