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A Game to be Played Christmas Day Between the Mutes and the Employees of the D. & D. School List of Active and Honorary Members. A r;ime of foot hall will be played Christmas day on the athletic grounds of the D. & D. School between the regular mute team and a team composed of the employees of that in stitution. Xo doubt a big crowd will attend and the game prov-an interesting one. Following is a list of the active and honorary members of the two teams: EMPLOYEES' TEAM. HONORARY. ACTIVE. C. Ci. L. Phifer. Mack Moses. L. (;. R. T. Claywell. . Wm. Powell. L. T. I. T. Avery. Tom Fleming. L. E. W. A. Leslie. Joseph Hurt. K. G. S. Huffman. C. F. Brown. K. T. R. G. Presnell. John Whisenant. R. E. I. P. Jeter. J. W. Ballew. (J. R B. F. Uavis. C. L. Smith. R. H. B. Manly McDowell. Walton Phifer. L. H. B. John "T nil. -Albert Malone. F. B. A. C. Avery. Ed Phifer. Sub. G. P. Erwin. D. J. Thompson. 44 J. L. Anderson. J. R. Smith. 44 J, C. Ho wen stein. F. T. Meacham. 44 J. B. Swindell. Ira Williams. 44 T. X. Hallyburton. Mr. Kitchen. 44 B. S. Gaither. Lenoir Shuping. Captain O. A. Betts Surreen Dr. J. R. Anderson. MUTE TEAM. HONORARY. C Col. Hardin. L. G. T. G. Cobb. L. T.--J. H. Pearson. T. E. I. I. Davis. R. G. Walter Forney. R. T. D. J. Hicks. R. E. Col. Pearson. O. B. J. W. Wilson, Jr. R. II. B. J. F. Spainhour. L. H. B. G. W. Jones. F. B. I). C. Pearson. Sub. E. B. Claywell. S. R. Collett. Isaac La .a r us. Thorn well Jacobs. Ed. H. Porte. " S. S. Lane. ACTIVE. Bog-er. Carroll. Mundy. Bigger staff. Watkins. Rosson. Mebane. Pope. Crutchfield. Robertson. Ramsev. Council. Buckner. (ireen. Wishon. Captain J. C. Miller. Surgeon Dr. Moran. Umpire . C. Avery, Jr. Time keeper Roy Shell. Game called at 10:30 a. m., Christmas. Admission 10 and 15 cents.- A KEEX CLEAR BRA IX. Your best feelings, your so cial position or business sureess dejeud largely ou the perfect action of your Stomach and Liver. Dr. King's New Life Pills give increased strength, a keen, clear brain, high ambi tion. A L?5 cent box will make you feel like a new being. Sold by John Tull Druggist. OYSTERS FOR CHRISTMAS. Orders will be taken up to 20th of j December. Remember I sell only the j best Baltimore and Norfolk Oysters. No cheap rade or worthless stock handled. Prices, 35 ami 40 cts. per quart. Remember I handle the best stock of fish toJbe had on the market and sell at lowest possible prices. Thankin-r mv friends for their orders for Thanksgiving and trusting to re ceive a liberal share of their patronage for Christmas. Respectfully, Thomas Lowdrkmilk. Notice. By virtue of a jwucr of sale con tained in a certain trust deed executed by John I L Pearson and wife. Flor ence, to me as trustee, fur the benefit f Peter Woudling", to secure a note due said Wood ling1 for the sum of $350.00, with interest, dated Nov. f, 13, 1 will sell for cash to the highest bidder, at the Court House door in the town of Morgant, Burke county, X. C, on Monday, Jan. 7, 1901, it teing the first Monday of said month, all of said tract of land embraced in said deed of trust, being lot number t") sev en in block K on Union street, leing the lot on which Charles Lane now re sides and fully set out by metes and bounds in said trust deed dated Nov. 6, 1893. and recorded in Book Y, pages 134 and 135, and reference to which is hereby had for fuller and better des cription of said lands. After satisfying said note, together with the interests and costs, I will pay balance, if any, to John H. Pearson. Said note is subject to credits amount ing to 140.00. This Dec. 7. 19U0. I. T. AVERY, Trustee. J. F. Spainhour, Attv. HOLIDAY AND WEDDING PERSENTS. When looking around for presents suppose you come in and see our stock of OUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE AND CHINA, LAMPS PICTURES, CHAIRS, Etc. Our lines are complete for the holidays. A HANDSOME LINE IN CUT GLASS. We are still headquarters for all kindsof FURNI TURE, COFFINS and CASKETS. CLAYWELL BROS. SELLING OFF CLOTHING T0KTUKEI) A WITNESS. Intense suffering was tn duivd bv witness T. L. Martin, of Dixie, Ky-, before he gave this evidence: "I couched overy night until my throat was nearly raw; then tried Dr. King's New Diieovery which gavi instant relief. I have used it in my family for years and reeommend 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 hu'tlv V. uves Consumption. Prb-e 50e and $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed. Trial hot tVs free at John lull Store. Subscribe for The News. If you would have an appetite like a bear and a relish for your meals take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver TaBlets. They correct. disorders of the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels. Price, t?f) cents. Samples free, at W. A, Leslie's drug store. Administrator's Notice. Having bought an immense stock of Clothing for the Fall and Winter trade, I have decided to offer mv entire line, consisting of all grades CHEAP, MEDIUM and FINE-at about Drug Having qualified as administrator of Jerre Garrisor, deceased, all parties having" claims against said estate are notified that they must present them to the undersigned within 12 months from this date or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. Persons owing the said Garrison, deceased, will make immediate payment. This Nov. 27, I'M). ELI GKEASOX. Manufacturers' Prices. All fresh, new stock; bought for Spot Cash at low prices. Will be sold CHEAPER THAN ANY TO BE FOUND. Come to see me and be convinced. Respectfully, B. F. DAVIS. P. S. Twenty-five per cent, cut on the whole stock of Clothing.