GLEN ALPINE NOTES.
Local Items and Personal Mention by
Our Hustling Glen Alpine Reporter.
Jones Mull has returned
Miss Lacy Simmons is stop
ping" at the hotel.
Miss Maud Powell is visit
ing" relatives here.
Mr. Alfred Scott, of the
Hospital, was at home last
Mr. McGimpsey is teaching
the public school near Mr.
Mr. Manassee Hennessee
t,i 1 i j
and iaay visiteu relatives in
Caldwell last Saturday and
Doctors Hennessee and Mo-
ran amputated a finger for Mr.
vaiton ueaton, wno lives on
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Keller and
children, of Burkemont, have
been visiting" Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Waits Ward has moved
his tamilv irom bldndge to
Spencer, where he has a posi
tion with the Southern.
On last Thursday nirht
there was a dance at the resi
denc of Mr. and Mrs. Schwain.
A fine time is reported.
Mr. T. S. Patton will teach
the public school near Mr.
Caleb Kincaid's, commencing"
Pitts, Ed Simpson, Ernest Harbison,
Clifton and Garfield Pitts.
4. "Golden Keys," (recitation.) Del-
la Giles, Nora Simpson and Annie
5. Christmas Dialogue. Hettie Pitts
and Robert Tate.
6. "Watching for Santa Claus,"
(dialogue.) Delia Giles, Nora Simp
son, Mattie Harbison, Thurman Brink
ley and Clifton Pitts.
7. "Visit to the Moon," (recitation.)
Delia Giles and Lalla Simpson.
8 "Visitors from the City," (dia
logue.) Merthey Pitts, Vivian Simp
son, Bessie Simpson, Briggs Simpson,
Ed Simpson and Ernest Harbison.
9. "Village Meddler," (dialogue.)
Bessie Stacv. Lillie Giles. John and
10. "TakingtheCensus," (dialogue.)
Katie Tate, John Harbison, Thurman
Brinklev. Walter Giles and Gorman
11. "Josiah's Fust Courting," (dia
logue.) Bertha Stacv, Quince, Tom,
Epp arm-Frank Simpson.
12. "Looking Around for a Wife,"
(dialogue.) Annie Mae Pitts, Katie
Tate, Crittie Pitts and T. S. Patton
13. "A Surprise Party," (dialogue.)
Merthey and Hettie Pitts, Vivian and
Bessie Simpson, Crittie Pitts Briggs
Simpson, Ernest and John Harbison,
Walter Giles and Gorman Pitts.
In addition to the above
program, Miss Minnie Bow
ers favored iis with two very
fine recitations, one near the
beginning, the other at the
close of the exercises, one
sad, the other funny. Miss
Mr. Herbert Hall v burton
will move down on John's
River and Mr. Lit Orders will
move into the house now occu
pied by him.
Mr. John Dale has moved
into the house formerly occu
pied by Mr. Ward. He has
put up a lineof general merch
andise in Eldridjfe.
Mr. Phifer Berry and lady,
also Mr. Calvin Erwin and
his son Robert were the
jruests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Patton last Sunday.
Miss Pinkie Tate, of Bridge
water, visited friends last
Friday, Saturday, and Sun
day. She was the truest of
Misses. Annie Mae Pitts and
As published several weeks
aro, the public school closed
last Friday nijjht, at which
time the children rendered,
very satisfactory, indeed, to
all interested, the following
program, interspersed with
music by Mr. William Hines,
on the violin, and his daugh
ter, Sallie, on the guitar, and
it was up to date.
1. "The Thirteen Original States."
Crittie Pitts, Merthey Pitts, Katie
Tate. Bertha and Bessie Stacy. Vivian,
Bessie and Nora Simpson, Hettie Pitts,
Nettie and Lalla Simpson, Carrie Ar
ney. Lillie Giles and Kae Brinklev.
2. "Bunch of Flowers." (recitation. i
Bowers has had special train- HOW TO CURE CROUP.
inir in elocution.
In a faultless manner Miss
Annie Mae Pitts recited "En
tertaining Her Bir Sister's
Rev. J. H. Bennett, in the
absence of Rev. Jones, filled
the appointment here Sunday
morning. Rev. Bennett, al
though young, is a bold ag
gressive and forceful pulpit
speaker, and the people on
Silver Creek Circuit are to be
congratulated that he has
been sent among" them.
U No Who.
TORTURED A WITNESS.
Intense suffering was en
dured by witness T. L. Martin,
of Dixie, Ky., before he gave
this evidence: "I cougheti
every night until my throat
was nearly raw; then tried Dr.
King's New Diicovery which
gave instant relief. I have
used it in my family for years
and recommend it as the great
est for Coughs, and all Throat,
Chest and Lung troubles. It
will stop the worst cough, and
not only prevents but abso
luetly cures Consumption.
Price 50c and $1.00. Every
bottle guaranteed. Trial bot
tles free at John Tull Drug
Seeded Raisins, Seeded
Currants. S.May. 'Phone 09.
To Be Given Away for a Guess.
Ladies open face
gold filled Watch,
and chain. Begin-
ning- uec. lutn we
give with every pur
chase of 50c or more
a ticket good for guess at num
ber of seconds the zvatei zcill
nui after being- zjoiuid up full.
The watch w ill be wound on
Dec. 31st and delivered to the
lucky guesser Jan. 1st. Buy
your Christmas Goods of us
and besides getting beautiful
presents at low prices you
may get the watch free.
J. B. Swindell, Jeweler.
The minutes of the 1900
meeting of the Catawba River
Baptist Association are now
in press at The News office
and will shortly be delivered
to the churches.
If you would have an appetite
like a bear and a relish for
your meals take Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets.
l hey correct disorders of the
Dec. 5, 1900.
Mr. R. Gray, who lives near
Ameuia, Duehess county, N, V.
says: "Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is the best medicine 1
have ever used. It is a fine
children's remeby for croup
and never fails to cure."
When given as soon as the child
becomes hoarse, or even after
thecroupy cough has developed
it will prevent the attack. This
should be borne in mind and a
bottle of the Cough Remedy
kept at baud ready for instant
use as soon as these symptoms
appear. For sale by Y. A.
Subscribe for The News.
Hss?w W&? Qui
And grow weak and exhausted when not properly nour
ished, just as an engine loses its power when the fuel runs low.
The loss of nervous power is seen in the failing -health and the
wasting form. It is felt in the aching head, the throbbing heart,
the irritability, indigestion, restlessness and loss of sleep. Re
build the worn-out nerves, rest the tired brain and add new fuel
to the vital fires with the best of all tonics, Dr. Miles' Nervine.
"I suffered from nervousness and nervous prostra
tion for a long time. I became thin and w isted. lost
control of part of my nerves and muscles, and finally
became so bad that I could not sleep at all. Three
doses of Dr. Miles Nervine brought the first sleep in
nearly three weeks. I was on the brink of insanity, but
that great nerve restorer brought me back to health."
MiiS. M. B. Reed, Delta, Iowa.
is food for the worn-out nerves and the weary brain. It
is a food for the over-taxed and weak digestion. It
nourishes, fortifies an refreshes the whole system.
Sold by druggists on guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
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In pursuance and by authority of an
order of tha Superior Court of Burke
county, North Carolina, to me directed,
in a special proceeling entitled Eli
Greason, Administrator Jerre Garri
son, versus Mary Garrison et. al., I
will, on Monday, the 7th day of Janu
ary, 1901, between the hours of 12 m.
and 4 p. m., sell at public auction at
the Court House door in the town of
Morganton, N. C, for cash, to the
highest bidder, the foilowing three
separate tracts of land, to-wit:
FIRST TXACT Known as the Jer
re Garrison land; lying and being in
Silver Creek township, county and
State above, adjoining- lands of Abel
Pitts; beginning- at a stake on theline
of the railroad within the corporate
limits of Glen -Alpine, N. C. and runs
south 30 degrees east 23 rods to a stake;
thence south 68 degrees west 29 rods to
a stake ; thence north 24 degrees e;ut 3
rods to a stake ; thence north 63 de
grees west 20 rods and six links to a
stake; thence north 28 degrees east 17
rods and 15 links to.a white-oak buh:
thence north 72 degrees west 21 rods
and 3 links to the beginning, contain
ing 5 acres, more or less.
SECOND TRACT Known -as the
Myra Perkins lot, within corporation
of Glen Alpine, N. C. ; beginning on
an old white-oak stump and runsnorth
452 degrees west 12 poles to a stake;
then south 14 degrees 302, 21 pole
and 11 feet to a stump; then north '3
degrees 15, 25 poles to the beginning.
containing 2i acres, more or les. ad-
! ,. i. i l
jvmiiui aiAnc lot on intr iouiii.
THIRD TRACT Containing four
acres and known as the Giles tract,
bouirht bv Jerre Garrison from J. M.
Kxc Pitts, Bessie and Nora Simpson. UtnTiinMi ,1 .Tl Vf l
Vhian Simpson, Delia Giles, Rae ! Sto n?ch a regulate the liver
Brinklev and Iris Pitts. J NIM bowels. Price, 25 cents, j
3. "Keeping Hse." (dialogue.) Samples tree, at . At Leslie's
John Pitts, Walter Giles, Gorman drug Store.
The News and the Thricb-a-Week
X. Y. World both
one vear for $1.35.
Giles and -wife, as per reference to sa
j deed will more fully appear for mete
and bound-?, same being within and
i near the corporate limits of Glen AI
i pine, N. C.
j FOURTH TRACT-Containing 3
acres, more or less, and known as a
. part of tract conveyed by T. Geo. Wai
1 ton to Jerre Garrison, as will more
fully appear for metes and bounds by
reference Register's office, Ilurkeonm
tv, as registered in Hook K No. 2, pact
205. W. N. THOMPSON.
This Nov. 30, 1900. Comm'r.
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