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County News. 1 11 FIRST OF ALL THE 3STETWS. MORGANTON, N. C, FRIDAY, DEC. 14, 1900. VOL. II. NO. 49. LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. Vance Rrittain, cloth ing drummer, is at home on a Opening of the Confederate Bazaar. j A larjje crowd attended the! jop(ninLf of the Confederate bazaar on Monday ::irht and were well entertained. The vacation. Ike Berry, colored, of Mor-i ..,......, ... . . , iudsu uevv oi jre consumption. ladies representing in appro- Great Slaughter Sale OF , s v:;; v ';in:i!n frturvf thrpenh,MEN"s, boys' xm i, uiea t(iiiitu, oi was a bevy oi pretty youivi ' Mr. Jacob Secrest, a well known well dier of Morgan ton, died yesterday. Paul Boo-er will come home from Oak Ride next Tues day to spend Christmas. " Key. . 10. Wiley, the new pastor of the Table Rock cir cuit, arrived Tuesday with his family. Little Juanita Patton, who took the premium at the baby si low on Wednesday, broke out with measl priate costume tiie different business houses which contrib uted to the bazaar. Each of these youn- ladies recited a verse of -poetry, laving before the audience the claims of lies house. Following is a list of the houses and those v ho represented them: R . J . Key n ol d s , . o f W i n s to n , Miss Hesta Reid; Walker, Ivans & Cogswell, Charles- CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. For the next 30 days. S. CS LL 1 U il Mr. Chick Huffman, who, In order that we may not have a single suit left on our counters when the season closes, it is our earnest endeavor to close out every article, in order to jive our customers a ton, Miss Julia Frwin; Crad-j fresh stock each season. The oast month having been the sful we have ever had in our clothing department. Bovkin & Carmer Baltimore we course have accumulated a reat many odds and ends dock, Perrv & Co.. Lvnch- burjr, Miss Hilary Lou Bristol; ! M0 with his two sons went to the I .uua-sun, i-am . m jien s, uoys ana vniiuren s suits :uki overcoats ana om- ! I If a n . ,11. I ..,-..1., r IT 1 v 1 V-'LLVil OA 11 IS), U tU - 1 Ti i 1 ! '11 1 i ' il 1 j 1 r ' lviln 1 k;i llii ' ir n I-'mmIo ii' il,' i in h.i imf in t hie 'i a 'it ton, Miss Annie Lrwin; Prox-I tacturer s cost. State ol months aro in search of a for than manu- . I linitv Mills; ( lrfnlinr(l Ti:v t tine, returned last week. Hej r ri, ' i c tr ,f i - n 'i 4- 1 due halls; I ravlor & Mc- savs ttie lar W est is not u hat - ,i i v i i 4 Donaid, Cincinnati, Miss Kate i s cracked up to be, and lie, ' a- a a v 4i, n, I burr; (.iwvn-Harner Co., Pat- preters to stay in Aorth Car- 1 H: n .,1 v i ici un, oaiss iiiioiiiiiiiiL iiue, is son s will also re- ' (crilhn Mills, Grihin, da.. Miss Add ie Hall v burton; Aus tin Nichols & Co., Xew York, Miss Nannie Fleming; W. II. olma. t urn shortl v We will also include in this Great Slaughter Sale our en tire stock of Ladies' Read-made Garments, such as ladies' tailor-made suits, skirts, shirt-waists, capes, jackets, under skirts and silk shirt-waists. Say Show. A babv show was held at tiie Confederate Bazaar Wed-! Thomas & Co., Philadelphia, nesdav evening and the prize lss Ja.me Pearson; J. A. for the prettiest babv under Marti n, Hickory, Miss Martha onevearof are was "won bvjI3e11; Charlotte Supply Co., Juanita Patton, .daughter of I Miss G ussie Falls; Home Fur Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Patton; ' niture Co., Hi-h Point, Miss lor the prettiest over one nnd j Klouise Erwin; Burwell cc under three years by Mr. and! Dunn Charlotte, Miss Bur- Mrs R M. Serbs' son An-kin Presnell; Miss Linden, drew. The vet stood as f ol-j Louisville, Miss Josie Laxton; lows: Louisa Wilson 10,UOrwiu Cotton Mills, Miss Juamta Patton 85, Fdith 1 Moore; tobacco facto-1 Coonev 30, Andrew Serous j ries of Reidsville, Miss Myraj A'), Flizabeth Walton. 20,' Iayis. j i,r; Mnnn. Mrs. m ! Col. JALHalbof Lenoir,and; Pearson's baby 10 The votes 1 Capt. J. P. Sawyer, of Ashe-. Men's Fancy Percale Shirts, were 75c, special price 5c. ere lo cents-e.iv. n. ! . ' j Confederate uniforms, audi Special in Our Shoe Department. During the balance of December we will rive a special dis count of 25 cts. per pair on every pair of Men's Shoes. SPECIAL IX OLTi HAT DEPARTMENT. Manufacturer's Sample Hats, were made to retail at from :1.25 to 2.00, vour choice at cts. SPECIAL IN OUR SHIRT DEPARTMENT. Men's Fancv Percale Shirts, were $1. 00, special price 75c. w Do You Want a Bargain ? We have on hand two Wheol- Col. Hall made a speech. .NT Wils-on -Seu-in.u: Machines ; l7.y J that will io at eost. We are an ass r5R. A. Cobb has as nice! ortment of tovs can-1 111 orut-1 fuiiMiau lih nu.v. v..m. ... w.. , v.. still tip if not ahead on those lie, cakes, crackers, etc., !()ffer n every department, we cordially invite you to call and r.airle mku's ior umiucu .nm vou will una in loun.ana ine i T . children and the Douglas for :iro cheap. " examine our stock, w hether you buy or not. It will be a men. Don't i'onret that wef ! ; ..ji,,, -iv,f !nv, Mnmll's for C ll dlVll T. .. , ipiClMUtiu ,..u v... - - I (HI I'HWl' v - - - . and misses. Respect! ully, X.vP. W. Patton wiil have ion exhibition and for sale, on i II ri fm ax n: Connelly, t Saturday bjfore Christmas,; - finc fun stock brown leghorn; The best iorm of blank; f . f . lJtr Lazarus Bros t ptmn uukC. r 'p,Tt.' Vtt- ' cnicKens, at use sLiu u ui AAun-1 I man A: Connelly.