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THE BURKE COUNTY HEWS.
Telephone No. 26. FRIDAY, DEC. 21, 1900. Ai' NIVAL, OF PASSEXGER TRAINS AT MORGAXTOIS;. (KASTIKN TI Ml'.. ) .. V.. east-bound (estibule), 8:27a.m. ; 12. east-lound, - - - 5:JOp. m. :, ..?5. west-bound (vestibule), 10:54p.m. ; . .. 11. west-lxmnd, - - .- 12:oip. m. . 2. east-bound '(local height ;;: rTn paseners), - 12:50p.m. t-l. u et-bound (local freight . ii ryin passengers), - 1:44p.m. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. S. J. Ervin returned Wednesday from Bakersville v. ;ll ft. Eggs are more plentiful this week and the price has consequently fallen some. A little son of Mr. James Mull, the miller at Caldwell .Mills, died on Monday and was buried at the Morgan ton cemetery on Tuesday. A.iss Mvra Davis was voted the mot popular youn lady of Morinton in the contest at t!ie Confederate Bazaar and was presented with the large box of candy. ' Mr. John Cloer has moved to the McRary house, on East Tnion street, and Mr. Pink Low man will occupy the house vacated by Mr. Cloer, and which Mr. Low man owns, on the same street. The express office at Mor gan ton depot was broken into on Sundav night last and S22 in cash stolen. The thief did not take all the money in the cash drawer, but left S5. There is yet no clue to the guilt v party. A large crowd attended the band concert at the Court House lastEridav nightand all expressed themselves as well pleased. It is the aim of the band to hereafter give month ly concerts if the patronage just i ti es . T h e date o f then ex t ; There will be a big turkey roll on the lot Tn the rear of the bank on Christmas-day. Mr. F. B. Brittain says he has nearly a dozen turkeys which will be "rolled oil" then, and besides, the big stick of candy in Wort man i Co.'s window will be contested for. The lucky ones will be those who, blindfolded, roll a wheelbar row nearest a stake at a jnven distance. Uncle Reuben Avery, col ored, whose principal-occupation just now is butchering hogs for the comunity, was doing such work at Mr. J. H. Pearson's on Wednesday when he killed by mistake Mr. Pear son's fine brood sow, highly prized by its owner and val- j ued at S20. Mr. P ear son was not at home at the time and Uncle Reuben thought the sow was one of the porkers which were to be butchered. It is needless to say that Mr. Pear son was very much worried over the mistake. ORIENTAL NOVELTIES DRAPERIES, CUSHIONS, SCREENS, CUR TAINS, COUCH COVERS, kO, &C; Avery-Kincaid. Mr. Olin M. Avery, one of B urke s most popular and successful young farmers, and Miss Mary Lou Kincaid, the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr. Francis Kin caid, of Irish Creek, were married by Rev. J. W. Jones at the circuit parsonage in Morganton on Wednesday last in the presence of a few friends. Sheriff Manly Mc Dowell was best man and Miss Minnie Boone maid of honor. Immediately after the cere mony the happy pair left for the j" room's home in O Meadows. The News, in common with all of the friends of the popular young couple, wishes for them a happy ami prosperous life. Mortgage Sale of Town Lot, The very thing for Christmas Presents. They are ornamental and useful. Moorish, Turkish, Indian and Japanese for cozy covers. We know they will please you. Come and see them. Ask for one of those handsome Christmas Pictures that we are going to give away next week. I. I. DAVIS & SON. Santa Glaus. They say that Esquire Cobb has formed a copartnership with Santa Claus and .that Santa will make his store headquarters in Morganton during the Christmas holidays, for Candies. Nuts, Oranges, Raisins, Toys tand everything that he carries with him When He Comes Down the Chimney The night before. Christmas to' fill the children's stockings. Therefore, children, if" you want to send any word to Santa, you had better tell Papa, and Mama to be certain to call at Esquire Cobb's store before he starts on his grand round to dis tribute presents. y virtue of a jxnverof salecontained in a certain deed of trust executed by Concert is Jan liar V 24th, with j Tempie Erwin and duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of an entirely new program, j lUirke county, Hook I Xo. 2, pa-e 5, f p i i i , ; I will, on Monday, the 7th dav of Jan- There is marked nnprcn e-; n.iry e.xp ,;e to sale, for cash, ment in the music furnished -to the highest bidder, at the Court l ,1 w i i ti-. . i ... ,1 I House door in the town of Morganton, by the band under the leader-,; a certa5n kt in saia tmvn? IiurUecoun. ship of Prof. Porte, anil Withitv, X. C, described and bounded as continued encouragement I fallows: Adjoining the lands of Lee r . S Erwin and others; beginning' on a Irom our citizens .Uormton 1 1)ine he X- w corncrof ;i 43-; acre will soon have one ot the best! lot, and runs east with A. L. Clark's InmU in tiv countrv line 41 poles to a stake; then south 3 lUliqs m UK cOVini.r . . .Wre.- eat 15 noles to astake: thence 1 west 42 poles to a irum tree; thence J WO LI )S Oil A M PI OX. i north 15 poles to the beinninc. con- I .4, . , 1 I tainini: four acres, more or less, the J tried many remedies to OUIV; ian,is herein comeyed beinr the eastj Idles " Writes W. R. Smith, of! one-half of said lot, containing two Latham, 111., "hilt fotllld IIO re- acres and beiiitf the same lands con 1 ,. 1 1 t, l.i,,, eed to Tempie Krwin by J. W . Wil lie till 1 used baeklen s Ai nitiv ;n and -wife ,v dcc1 l!atcU Jan. 21. Ndve. 1 have not been tl'OU- is74. Sale made unon default of said bled 1th piles Since. ITS tlie , Tempie Erwin to pay to the lo.vn or onlv ehampioil pile cure Oil j Mor-anton the sum of p4 arid interest ,1 1 1 ' . j,,.-. secured by said deed of trust, due' ai th and the best salve in tnejs MK ' S. MAY 'Phone 69. ' HAS THE LARGEST STOCK OE Fancy and Staple Groceries BETWEEN ASHEVILLE AND SALISBURY. MY GOODS ARE ALWAYS FRESH. Just received, a large stock of TINWARE for household use. Raisins, Currants, Citron, Figs, Dates and Nuts of all kinds. Examine mv stock before purchasing elsewhere. PHONE 69. S. MAY. world. J3e per box guaranteed j " xov.27, 1900 I. T. AVEKY, Trastee. 1 by John Tall druggist.