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-nvv Kanipe Comes Very Near Los- His Life A Mitchell Boy Killed T Washington -The Trial of the C!oe. Boys Comes to an Abrupt W . Mirror, Au. 9th. I ). Kuchauan, son of J. i! liuidiananof Cane creek, kilJ.-.l at Walla Walla, ,.. August 5th, by Dock ,,!,, formerly of Tennes Will Buchanan was a it youn man, and the his death was a shock l.aifiits and to his friends 1 i rial of the young boys, killing of Bob Nichols, tu aii abrupt ending Sat- ir lny !iioi'ningby W. L. Lam-i..-!-!. K-q., who was re present -i:,- State, withdrawing tin- case. The case was ii)? ruin-hided on account of Mr. Lambert's action and , Bowman bound each of t 1 i . V.Ming boys to court in a - .in);) Loud. Ih-nry Kanipe, of Little Rock 'rrrk, came very near losing hi- iitV about a week ago. He w;is assisting in mowing hay ulih a mowing machine when !; unthoughtedly stepped in !!Mnt nf the sickle. The guards "M sickle threw him to the l!!c;upL and but for the timely it,:-'! -vi Mit ion of Len Burleson, ii,' was driving the machine, -M1. Kanipe would doubtless hav.- hen cut to pieces. As it a, (a- received a bad wound !;.- of his legs. ! IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP? A iicaji remedy fur coughs ami colds - .Si rijht, but you want something ' . ill relieve ;iinl cure the more ' ,iiid lanrerou3 results of throat i In trouble. What shall you do? 1 i wanner and more regular vr Yes. if possible ; if not pos- : ! ynu. then in either case take M.v remedy that has been intro i i j all civilized countries with in severe throat and lung trou- "B'tseliee's German Syrup." It My heals and stimulates the - r destroy the germ disease, i.-ay- r.itlammatiou, causes easy ''ration, gives a good night's i '.'1 eures the patient. Try one Recommended many years by ! 'i-r-'i-t in the world. For sale by GLEN ALPINE NOTES. Local Items and Personal Mention by Our Hustling Glen Alpine Reporter. Mr. J. M. Brinkley has a very fine tobacco crop. Mrs. Annie Giles has re turned from Old Fort. Mr. Bracher Bright, of the Southern, was here Sunday. Mrs. Emma Chase, of Mar rion, has been visiting her son Huo-h McElrath. Miss Fannie Hunter, of Morg-anton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lucy Hunter. Mrs. Bulow Scott has been visiting her sister, Mrs. M. C. Simmon, near Greenlee's. Mr. W. S. Patton visited his daughter. Mrs. Jesico Whitney, in Old Fort, last week. Master Clifton Abernethv, of Marshall, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Bright. Rev. Jno. Williams filled his pulpit at the Presbyterian church last Saturday nijyrht and Sunday morning. Miss Claud Scott has re turned home after a pleasant visit. She was the jjfuest of her cousin, CliiTie Scott. Misses Motie Beach and Mattie Simpson spent Sunday with Miss Simpson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Simp-1 son. Messrs. J. D. Pitts and . W. Patton, together with Miss Annie Mae Pitts, attended the Sunday school convention at Linville church. Mr. Moulton Giles, who for vears was superintendent of our Sunday school here, now of Clifton, S. C, and his lady, have returned home after a week's visit anions their rela tives. Mr. Giles has a good position as head carpenter in the factorv in Clifton. Mr. Fink, the Salisbury Eloper, Re turns. Special to the Charlotte Observer. Statesville, Aug. 22 Mr. Geo. Fink, the Salisbury mer chant, who came to this place last Friday and met Miss Bessie Yates, who had been in eliarire IT HELPED WIN BATTLES. Twenty-nine officers and men wrote from the Fronte to say that for Scratches, Bruises, Cuts, Wounds, Sore Feet ami Stiff Joints, Buckleu's Arnica Salve is the best in the world. Same for Burns, Skin Eruj tions and Piles. J5cts. a box Cure guaranteed. Sold by John Tull druggist. Sale of Land. of his millinery department, and accompanied her to Mor ganton and further west, re turned here yesterday evening. He was not aware that his movements had been disCOV- i R-v virtue-of an order of the Superior , ,. 1 ! . , -1 , , , . ! Court of Uurke countv mane in the eiCl until told that lllS Wlte . special proceeding therein pending en had been here Sunday looking tit!et1 s- Huffman ami others, cx parte n i , , fl i I will sell at public aution to the hih- ior llim, and that 111' States - est bidder for cash, at the Court Houe ville Landmark and Charlotte , n ih tu,A'n Moranto iturke ujuhu , . on jjniiuay, uie jrn uay o; September, A. D. llx. the following described lots of land, to-wit: Lvinj Observer contained an account of his "visit to friends in Mooresville." This news seems to make him a little nervous. and bein in the count v of Iiurke, State of North Carolina, in Upper Fork township, bounded as follows: i drove OUt Ot town about to J. M. Huffman. Abel Huffman. 7:'i0 o'clock, supposedly for Salisbury. Trying to Fix Up Matters. Salisbury, Aug. 22. George Fink, the merchant who eloped with his milliner, Miss Bertha Yates, put in appearance late this afternoon. This had been his intention all along and he had not taken the trouble to draw on his bank account before leaving. Mr. Fink is endeavoring to arrange a re conciliation with his injured wife. He was unsophisticated enough not to anticipate the scandal which his conduct caused. The couple parted m Asheville, the young woman going westward and Fink com ing here. Take Notice 'vafter the electric lights ' subscribers who have iid in full by the 10th of -nth following the one iiuii bills ars due will be "rt until settlement is v. i'lease take notice l: wr n vour selves accord- - ' 1 k ( ; a x t o x Electric Licht Plant. S100 Reward 8100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrah. Hall's Catarrah Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrah beinjj a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional tveatment. Hall's Catar rh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroy ing the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building uv the constitution and assistinnature in doing- its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that thev offer One Hundred Dollars for anv case that it fails to cure. Semi for testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo. Ohio Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's" Familv Pills are the best. Frederick Huffman and Samuel Huff man by Sudderth and Erwin's execu tors: Beginning- on a hickory, Patience Smith's corner, and runs west 1 jvules to a small black-oak; then north 37 poles to a white-oak; then westjoles to a pile of rocks; then south 14 jHjles to a stake and juinter; then west 21s poles to a sour wood in IJradshaw's line; then South 15 degrees east with their line 110 poles to a black-oak. Anderson Smith's corner; then east with his line and Samuel Smith's line 308 jxjles to a black-g-um and pointers in Patience Smith's line; then north with her line 79 Klestothe beginning, containing 205 3-4 acres. Lot No. 2. Being the land owned by J. M. and Abel Huffman. Beginning on a pine stump and a hickory, J. G. Carswell's corner, and runs north 80 degrees west 100 jKles to a spanish-oak near a large rock west of a small branch; then south, passing Murphy's black-oak corner, same course, with Murphy's line 120 Miles to a small black-oak, E. X. Smith's corner; then east with Smith's line, passing- Smith's Spanish-oak corner. same course, with Carswell's line 10v poles to a spanish-oak, Carswell's corner; then north degrees west with Carswell's line 104 jMjles to the beginning-, containing 73 acres and 24 jM.les. Lot No. Being the land granted to Abel Huffman, December 31st, 1S3. Beginning on a double dogwood on the north side of Upper South Fork river in Mschael Huffman's line ami runs east with said line 104 Mies to a rock and pointers on a ridge; then north 45 dogrees east with Huffman's line to a stake; then north 32 jwjles to a stake in the speculation line; then north 60 degrees west with said line 125 Kles to a stake in said line; then south 00 Kles to the river; then down the river 14 k les to the beginning, con taining 44 acres. Said lots of land sold for partition among the tenants in common, and reference being hereby made to plat-, of D. F. Denton, surveyor, filed with and attached to his reort in said pro ceeding, for further accuracy of the location and boundary of the same. This 3rd dav of August A. D., rx. M. P. HILDEBKAXD. Com'r. Avkkv v Ekvin, Attys. The following persons wont on the excursion to Asheville Tuesday: Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamp Giles, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Pitts, iss Fannie Simp-! son, Messrs. William S. But ler, James A. Scott, Paul S. Giles, Moulton Stewart, Tom Simpson, James M. Harbison and two sons, Ernest and John. Thev report a pleasant time. Quite a number :t on the iVrsons having hickory i' for sale, suitable for Papa "What is Willie cry nr about?" Mama "Win, he has dur a hole in the yard and he's crvinir because he can't brinr it into the house." Business men and others won't have anything to cry about if they have their print ing done at The Burke County News office. On the train here from Eldridtfe and contrary they'll sound our Administrator's Notice. otherplace; 8-23-00. U No Who. ... ,;it .1 incuts hmih nun nannies, wii i - Payne & Nelson, Option for sale at The .ne praises everlastingly. All kinds of Leal Blanks kept n sale. Prices low Having qualified as administrator C. T. A. of Kebecca Delliner lecea-l, late of Uurke County, X. C, this i. to notify all iersns having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 27th day of July, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. All jersons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment. A. V. SOMEKS. Administrator C. T. A. of Kebecca Delliner, deceased. This Jul v 27, 1 . The News and The Atlan ta Weekly Constitution both one year for SI. 40. Subscribe for The News. Subscribe for The News. depot. 2t. j office.