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STATE HOSPITAL NOTES.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Personal Mention and Items of News by Our Regular Hospital Reporter. Mr. John L. Nelson spent the past week at h's home. Miss Mae Murphy returned from Charlotte Wednesday, Mr. A. M. Scott spent Sun day with his family gear Glen Alpine. . " Mrs. E. A. Cro well is spend ing the week in Asheville with relatives. " There is continued sickness in the families of Rev. W. K. Houkand Mr. J. P. Woodward. The cold and mud dv weath er for the past few days has somewhat checked the ardent golfers. Dr. J. J. McCampbell re turned last week from a two weeks sojourn in Yancey and Buncombe. ..... Johny Maclachlan is expec ted to win the prizeat the next baby show for a fifteen months boy. He is no dwarf. Miss Roena Cooper, of Statesville, was the guest of her friend Mrs. F. M. Serous at the Hospital Saturday. Mr. Wm. C. Moore, of Statesville, a popular mail ap;ent of the Salisbnry and Knoxville division, was at the Hospital last week. Miss Lillie Slade, for some time past atxiurse here, has accepted a position in a hos pital in Georgia and will leave for there next week. .. Mr. Thomas Cuthbertson spent Sun da' with his family at Bridgewater. He is com plaining" of the acts of some of his dusky neighbors, they be in too free with his corn crib in the wee hours of the night during" his absence, and of their failure to send in their call cards to his tenant or lea.ving- them- be forede part ing, 1 The Hospital contingent of -the Daughters of the Confed eracy desire to publicly tender their thanks to the following persons for valuable contribu tions for ;the tyazaar in Mor ganton next week, which they very much appreciate: From Mr. Wm. H. Thomas', a whole- ale merchaiit o Philadelphia, a large box of vaiuable.articles; from Mr. R. JV Revnolds, of Winston; 70-lbs. of -.fine plug tobacco, and 30 lbs." of smok ing tobacco from Reidsville manufacturers. A WOMAN'S AWFUL PERIL A big- crowd is promised for the band concert on the night of the 14th. Miss Mary Erwih, of Ashe ville, visited Miss Cora Wilson during" the past week. Rev. Mr. Wag-g-, the "new pastor of the Methodist church, arrived Wednesdav. Mrs. Wheat, of Pensacola, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Dalton", of Washington, D. C, are at Dr. Tull's. Rev. Xeilson Falls, who has been here for several weeks, on sick leave, . returned to Washington Tuesdav. Miss Cora :Wilson left Wed nesday for Charlotte to assist in nursing" the sick children of her sister, Mrs. Dr. Gibbon. A dispatch announcing" the death of Mrs. Richard Wil liams was sent Tuesdav even ing" to her son Edward, who lives in St. Louis, Mo., and in just 18 minutes a reply was received." Rev. W. H. Parker, ior the past iwo years pastor of the Methodist church here, left Wednesday with his wife'and daughter for Asheville, to en ter upon his work as presid ing" elder of the Asheville dis-n trict. Mr. Parker and fam ily leave a hostof friends here, whose best wishes follow them to their new field. trCitroiiandXuts. S.Mav. "There is only one chance to ,puone69. save your life and that is through an opeation" were the srThe best form of Blank T n U7TS' hefTA by w rS Ptio" at The News h?'1 lbMls-; office. livm, uei uucior alter lie nau vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice. Gall stone had formed and she constantly errew worse. Then she began to use Electric Bit-! ters which wholey cured her. I t 1 : i l 1 1 il sh wonuenui oiomacu ijiver and Kidney remidy. Cures! The News and the Thkice-a-Week X. Y. World Imth one vear for Si. 35. nUOCHARKS 4 AMD COPYRIGHTS 09TAIKI0 4 Dyspepsia Loss or Appetite. WSfSJSSPS! 1 S H 5 Try it. Only oO ets. Guaran- ;Book"Howtoobuinpnu-lrUUlSlS teed. For Sale hv John Tnll 1 ,1KodrVortmr)mlentiMecva i . r Jy uuuu AUII,, Letters itrictlY conMentILAddre. dl UgglSt. E 6. SI66ER$.PWLwTtr.W.iatW7b.C. ' 1 HOLIDAY AND WEDDING PRESENTS. When looking around for . presents suppose you come in and see ourstock of -f- - QUEENS WARE, GLASSWARE AND CHINA, LAMPS, PICTURES, CHAIRS, Etc. Our lines are complete for the holidays. A HANDSOME LINE IN CUT GLASS. WTe Are still headquarters for all kindsof. FURNITURE,-COFFINS and CASKETS. CLAYWELL BROS. s sIIeinz's Mince Meat. . S. May. ? Phone 09. . THE BEST PLASTER. A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound to the affected parts is superior to any plaster. When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest, crive it a trial and you are cer tain tobe more than pleased with the prompt relief which it af fords. Pa hi Balm also cures rheumatism. One application gives relief. For sale by W. A. Leslie. FISH AND OYSTERS. Kind frieVids am! patrons, cool weather has come and I am expecting a lively trade in the fish and oyster business. Fish " "at 7 and 8 cents a jxund is the cheapest meat you can buy, besides it is healthy and great brain food. Now please look at friy prices: Trout, mullets, flounders and all fine fish 8c per lb. Remember, I am going to be the leader in fine oys ters this season. I get my tock from Suffolk and Norfolk, Va., and Balti more, Md. My prices are: Good selects- 40c per qt.70c tfal.; small standards 30c qt., 55c half gal.; shell ovsters. fine stock, 5c neck. Remem ber, when the weather gets a little cooler you can gieifish and oysters from me any.' day except Sunday, and if you will place your regular orders with me you will never be disappoint ed and orders shall be filled promptly ami with the best fish and oysters on the market. Remember, I only want 25c on the dollar, and if you are a reg ular customer you will get a rebate of 10c on the dollar. Thanking my friends for-thir support, - Respectfullv, THOS. LG WDERMILK. SELLING OFF CLOTHING I ""S 2 '"5 5 S 6 & & & Having bought an immense stock of Clothing for the Fall and Winter tTade, I have decided to offer my entire line, consisting- of all grades ,CHE A IV : MEDIUM and FINE at about " : ' fS M a n uf act lifers' Prices. .Ul fresh, new stock ; boug-ht for Spot Cash at low prices.... Will hefsold ; CHEAPER THAN AM TO BE FOUND. I Come to see me and be convinced. Respectfully, B. F. DAVIS. P. S. Twenty-five stock of Clothing. per cent, cut on the whole