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STATE HOSPITAL BOTES.
XXagistrates and Constables Elected in Burke County Aug. Z, iwu. Personal Mention and Items of Hews Morganton Magistrates, oy unr nebular poner. T p . William A. MissMasgie Swann is vis- R Joseoh A. Duckworth, . . . -w I ' iting at imager. AWr N w. K. Houk. Miss Kate Pearsall is m px, Berry. Constable, Chas. New York City. p. Campbell. Col. Matt J. Pearsall, of Silver Creek Magistrates, Moultrie, Ga., is visiting Dr. J. M. Brinkley, R. H. Kin- Murphv. caid, W. D. Dale. Constable, Dr. Murphy went to Char- T. N. Nail. . - .1 T H IT a X A lotte Monday and returned iinvine lviagisiraieb, a. Tuesday. H. Giles, J. R. Russ, William t- rw A T5.ui : Dobson. Constable, J. r . X. XV. J-o.i Kiev laaytuu i i ii i Tavnps. mcr a nav or two at nis nome r - tt 1. at i. i. " - I ttt -r TXT TTT T7 . . r , T vm. J. Arney, nv. vv. eng ine miant cnnaoi yir. jonn Nelson died last week and was taken to Patterson for inter ment. lish, C. W. F. Patton. Con stable, A. M. Beck. Quaker Meadows Magis trates, O. M. Avery, H. O. Mr. John Henderson of Houk, L. M. Lynn. Constable, Salisbury Alexander Hospital. Mr. J. is visiting Mr. T. P. Scott. Murphy at the Lower Creek Magistrates, Wm. A. Hood, Sidney S. Hal- lvburton. L. S. Self. Con- . iviciair, or stable, Julius K.Clark. Laurinburg, returned here Smoky Creek-Magistrates, Sntnrdav and is the Sliest of Jacob A. McCall, Cameron ii Mnmhv fcmitn, cooe n. moore. on- Mr. and Mrs. W.R.Nelson. Lovelady J. E. Coulter, P of Patterson, visited Mr. J. A. Bollinger, Martin Berry. l N.knn nnH Ppv. W. K Constable, v m. A. Berry. x-iwun. iu.db m vwiv. TT'IJ.1 J I 1 ST I ) : 1. ' niiaeuranu, j nu. vv.jrd.risn, Mr. James Murphy, who Pinkney M. Cook. Constable, I a W has been soendintr several vvm. A. .Burns. ; th mcfprn h- nf Lower 1? ork Magistrates, "VV,VJ I TT Q WnnUIn T? 13 ine otai.e, raurucu oatuiuay. a M. Huffman. Constable, Mrs. J. S. Farley, of Stan- Fayette Lail ley, who has been visiting at Upper Fork Magistrates, the Hosoital for a week re- J L Smlth J-P- Bumgarner, the Hospital tor a vvee, re R. CarswelK Constable, turnea to ner nome uesaay. j jj Ramsey. Miss Lillian Heffner, of Hickory, came up last week and is aiding" Miss Mary Evans, the Hospital house keeper. Dr. W. J. Love, Miss Mae Murphy and her brother Mr. James Murphy went on the ft Wwdl to Doctors We have the highest regard for the medical profession. Our preparations are not sold for the purpose of antasron- . , ... . , izing them, but rather as an aid. We A she vi lie excursion 1 uesday. lay it down as an established truth that Others also went from Hospital. the nt5rna remedies are positively injuri ous iu expewutm uiuuicrs. i ae uisiress and discomforts experienced during the months preceding childbirth can be al- The Steam wheat thresher levUted only by external treatment by applying a liniment mat softens and re laxes the over-strained muscles. We make and sell such a liniment, com bining the ingredients in a manner hitherto unknown, and call it was humming at Dr. I. M. TavlorTs Monday. It would ml seem that tne doctor is some what of a farmer, too, by this. His crop amounted to 17 bushels. s Mother's Friend Esquire F. E. Cook, a mem ber of the Oak Forest Derao- We know that in thousands of cases k has proved more than a blessing to expectant mothers. It overcomes mora ine sickness. It relieves the sense nf Cratic club, says the club yet tightness. Headaches cease, and dan- r i w . . , i j r it Ber "om awoiien, nam ana Kisinsr a X mm mm mm.m m m v " v i national contest. And he thinks that Brother Josephus Daniels is expoundingthebest and only true Democratic pol icy, and quite right brother Cook is. Mr. Alf H. Marsh came up from Jacksonville, Fla., Mon day, and is visiting his family here. Scribo. Aug. 22, 1900. rris is avoiaea. i.aoor itself is shortened and shorn of most of the pain. We know that many doctors recom mend it, and we know that multitudes of women go to the drag stores and buy it because they are sure their physicians have no objections. We ask a trial just a fair test. There is no possible chance of injury being the result, be cause Ho titer's FrUnd is scientific ally compounded. It is sold at $z a bot tle, and should be used durinr most of the period of gestation, although great relief is experienced if used only a short time before childbirth. Send for our il lustrated book about Mother's Friend. THE BRADFIELD REQULATOR CO. ATLANTA. OA. SHioes -that Brown Build For the best and most reliable footwear the shoe that Brown of St. Louis builds has no superior. In style it is the latest in fit; it's perfect in wear; it has m. no equal at the price. Brown makes the Blue Ribbon School Shoe for children. If you haven't tested the merits of this shoe, you haye got something to learn in shoe economy. Our Shoes are here; our Hose are here; our line of Ladies' Collars and Cuffs are here; our line of Clothing will be here by the first of September. Our Summer Goods are all gone, or nearly so, and we are in perfect time for the fall buy ing. Our buyer will spend 30 days in the market this fall, looking after our interest there. So you may look forward to something that you have never yet seen in this town, in the shape of a stock of general merchandise. We haven't quit business or stopped ad vertising. We will throw some red hot shot out this fall, We want to tell you something new and interesting as the fall trade opens. Watch out. Yours, J. L. ANDEKSON & CO.