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THE BURKE COUNTY II EVS.
Telephone No. 26.
FRIDAY, OCT. 26, 1900.
ARRIVAL OF PASSENGER
TRAINS AT MORG ANTON.
(CKNTKAL TIME.)
No. y, east-bound (vestibule), 7:27a.m.
.... 12, east-bound, - - - 4:00p. rn.
N. 35, west-bound (vestibule), 9:54 p.m.
X... 11, west-bound, - - - 11:50a.m.
Xu. (2, east-bound (local freight
carrying passengers), - 11:50a.m.
r,l, west-bound (local freight
carrying passengers), - 12:44p.m.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Messrs. B. F. Davis, W. A.
,ic :ie and B. S. Gaither have
home at L advertisements in this
Mis r'- Look them up.
b.eii vi'e surrender half of this
Iredeao-e to I. I. Davis & Son, who
wish to talk shoes to you,
k and you can rely upon what
they tell you.
The daily increase in the
size of our subscription list
calls for more rapid mail
ing facilities and we have just
.ulded to our office a mailing
machine, which will soon be
put in operation.
Mr. Theodore Cooper, who
has been in the employ of
The News since its establish
ment, has accepted a position
with Mr. Brady, the job prin
ter of Statesville, and left for
his new work Mondav.
Ex. Governor Jar vis spoke
on national issues to a pretty
fair crowd at the Court House
in Morganton on Wednesday.
It is needless to say that it
was an able effort and did
much good for democracy.
Mr. R. E. Roper has traded
his saw mill on Irish creek to
Messrs. S. Huffman and D. B.
Mull for their interest in the
Hunting- Creek Roller Mill,
which will hereafter be operat
ed by Mr. Roper and Mr. A.
I Somers.
Mr. H. H. Golloway has
bought from Mr. John H.
Cooper the house and lot in
West Morgan ton where the
latter now lives and will move
trom his farm to town. Mr.
Cooper is preparing" to move
next week to Gastonia, where
!k will reside.
If vou are not a subscriber
to The News you ought to be.
Seventy-five cents per year is
a mighty small price for the
new s of Burke and neigh bor
ing counties and the more im
portant general news fresh
i'Utv week. Our subscrip
tion list is already a hummer,
hut there is still room for
more names.
Mr. J. Ernest Erwin is
taking in the Raleigh fair this
week.
Mrs. Mamie Gillamleft yes
terday for Greenville, N. C,
to visit her sister, Mrs.
Hackett.
Mrs. Lillie Abee's two lit
tle boys, Carl and Eugene,
and two children of the late
William Branch returned
Tuesday to Oxford Orphan
Asylum.
Arrangements are being
made for a match game of foot
ball between the D. and D.
School of Morganton and
Davidson College, which will
probably take place here next
week.
Mr. Tom Hallyburton, son
of Mr. W. P. Hallyburton, of
Burke, has been confined in a
hospital at Denver, Colorado,
for several weeks from rheu
matism. He had started home
from the State of Washington,
but was unable to get farther
than Denver. The last news
from him was that he was
better and that he would be
here shortly.
Appointments for Local Speakers.
I. T. Avery and J. H. Pear-
son will speak at vaiuese
Wednesday night, Oct. 31st,
at 7o'clock;Hildebrand Thurs
day night, Nov. 1st, at 7
o'clock; Warlick's Mills Fri
day night, Nov. 2nd, at 7
o'clock; Enola Saturday night,
Nov. 3rd, at 7 o'clock.
Hon. J. F. Spainhour and
Chairman A. C. Averv, Jr.,'
will speak at Fonta Flora
Tuesday, Oct. 30th, at 1
o'clock; Table Rock Tuesday
night, Oct. 30th, a 7 o'clock;
Joy Wednesday, Oct. 31st, at
1 o'clock; JonasRidge Wednes
day night, Oct. 31st, at 7
o'clock, and with P. W. Pat
ton. Esq., at Mabe's Store
Friday, Nov. 2nd, at 1 o'clock;
Amherst Academy Saturday,
Nov. 3rd, at 1 o'clock.
Hon. A. C. Avery and P.
W. Patton. Esq.. at Enola
... - , 4,
Oct. 30th, at 1 o'clock; Amos
Huffman's Store Wednesday,
Oct. 31st, at 1 o'clock; Bai
ley's Store Thursday, Nov.
1st, at 1 o'clock.
A. C. Avery, Jr.,
Chra. Dem. Ex. Com
Burke Co.
ZEIGLER BROTHERS'
HIGH-ART FOOTWEAR
For LADIES, MISSES and CHILDREN; one of the
oldest and most reliable brands on the market. Stylish,
easy, flexible and durable, they head the list for beauty
and foot-ease.
We are making the prices one of their best features
this season.
Hess Shoes
FOR MEN.
Fine Dress Shoes always the newest shapes, correct
ly made by the most skilled shoemakers. Fashionable
shoes for dress and heavy wear.
The Shoes That Make
Your Feet Glad.
The strongest line of Men's Fine Shoes madein Amer
ica. Medium and low priced goods, practical shapes,
new designs; made to please even the most fastidious.
SELZ THREE DOLLAR SHOE contains better ma
terial and more work than any three fifty shoe on the
market.
SELZ
BAY STATE,
BTf you want to present a
friend with a birthday gift
this mouth select an opal ring
or brooch of pretty line at
Swindell's.
The News and the Thrice-a-
Week N. Y. World both
one year for $1.35.
The People's Shoe.
For men, women and children. They are known far
and wide for their durability, ease and quality. Well
made shoes and good, they always sustain their reputation.
Godman's
Famous Women's Shoes and
Children's School Shoes.
Every pair solid leather. They are low priced but not
cheap. The best wearers on the market and in the
reach of all, the prices are right.
Five Recognized Leaders
In Shoes indisputably the best on the market oft tried
and always found up to standard. We buy them direct
from the manufacturers no middle man's profits on
them. They are priced to please you, and we back up
the manufacturer's guarantee on every pair.
I. I. DAVIS & SON.
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