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The BecHioveii Club Meets
The meeting of tho Y
Uub .he home of Miss Lucy
Lore on Wednesday y
'JC 18' 1899 added another Jau " W
member to the list of ddjoMfrl March 43
meetings this club has hacfsineo M 47
-V iOUK MARKETS.
4 ;i ; . a in,-
- : " 44 8-4'.) a r (freight)
it?-.,. J if Tu'cc-s;'.ry for v i r i t ntvtd
n:: ' 1 iinrijUc, and is ft)pptvl fur
..... .t -:-s :irriv:"n: from L v i ,ci ibj : r;; or
1;l...t-i rs for fcrnli-h.iry, o'hrii Poh.t,
fI( :. ,:r.-.. K( i-.L-vilh-, IanyilU and
a num- i
s were present
oer ol the member?
U1U lJi1 visitors Miss m, -u-y
37 31 35
48 42 45
joinery, Qf Sunderland Hall : JuJ'-- 70 0 694 70
OSUll-ni'jS Lnvrt-nwl r, .... . , . i : I
ftly to the enjoyment of the' " -.Lio.
' 'ItSion. COTTON xMAUKET.
Airs. M II Caldwell, OUJ- Correct ed'by Cannon & ' ?r.?r
WJ l,,- lament, presided over i olnlny.
tilO 111 r.".1 !i.- A r . . , i i i it
Ki, on-MJ .statiuuri between I)iiV,le ami , t ; j; " .ucl ; V VV" ;"lulUAinfer
-i - o fctor.s for p llvllWi 1 -rn; usual business K 7 40
folinwli..rannne was most s'iis 7
oxeelh.ntly rendeivd- 090
c )i;'.jv Jor.i J ) i ii!v r.v
; y ii' i , an.! to take on pas
: -vvuis :o. '. :ops to lot
!-vv:ni. ' ' " 1 ; ) I 3"-u-o o! (ho compost-,- in .S.-ar-eur.Hl !,,;
v" -; " .;-ytl 'm-or(1 .-,.r, 'i.s lio;:. Hf,., whiJo the incivK -n I:-; ' ' ' ' ' " im-.it .snio
; ... .- : ;.:irioM,. to A..oU.t.. -u-ui' 1 J' ot lemawski, tlirli'l'vvVUX
otl.r ;,.n:ts in South Carolina, (ieor-iaj violinist, as read by Mrs II arr-s ! ' U;L'
r: r(-v and interesting. K'orn
7. Ml Kn:l 1L- are tl.o local trains Vocal solo"Litile- POV l,lno" T,v,,s
. ..: in--, t at oniihbury v.ith trains of -uul ' -Tiw, l - ' rV:":.
vr. N.r ihiion. ancl 4 ne Jvosary" were swootlv Uu-ti
" i) Ii D
Tin; ik OwxPhaise."
sary were sweeilv
suu by Misslvose Harris. ' Flour (N. C).
Pinna soio"Xi-htingale," by'(!a " '
v'Vin. was gracefully executed
1842. !l,V Mis. Invn
Piano solo -"Narcissus," by
Nevin, was played in an easy
liKtimer by Miss Van Warner
I'cipv-j-, ' 'Music and 1111011001, ''
from tho pon of Kobt. W Hill.
1 was read by-Mrs. W 11 Harris.
10 to 15
10 to 25
XE Lot of fine dress pattrens thvA are wortli to
1. (o per yd. We are going: to sell them at $UX) yd.
AtJIEU IX)t of fille W0(1 I)lai(ls vo;tI ?1.U) and
7 5c j 1 l.zo to go for 75c. Don't miss seeing them.
Beautiful French Silk twilled
fine pearl and gold piated handles
; worth $3.00? $3.50 and $5.00.
(i nods our -lino is beautiful,
liirgc and well assorted. For
Holiday and Bridal presents, we
Afi,,., .i, i i it. . , p" u;o i jupic. x'iease ao as
itor fno ciuu had enjoyod tli.j L, , V 1 -, , , A7
, J 1 1 no j.:;vor to enll ar look tliom
' ti a-1! nrstiinccs C::!i lt Kcaiitj
x-o.J.-;ty ii,,. v, r.-iU. frictly; damty a p.d most delicious ro-i
urvut-t I'iusicians j we adjounied to meet
A n-:o wil
r;t n,.-, . .. . Vv, Mb lieinnei:t,. soehanmngly served '4i .
0i"' hy l.ny -, . 1 1 icin ana von don't.- have to Km-
r.'it c.v.iUM- a i.s KiUu'tiVt'di oy our w))ui,ir iiostess, ass;siedh t. "t , ..
-i-irunK-nt thatibr K t nvo .;s but we find tnat lolks generally
and knowing ihe priced. Bilvuty
in style. Goodnijss in quality
aud Lowest in price these are
the strong points in our stock.
Fetzer's Drug- Store.
rllE Finest all linen Ilandkereliiefs, h. Miirifnl
borders from 50 to 75 cents.
NEVotof Vovrn Quilts, Satin and silkol'ue Trom
All our fine Capes snd Jackets at a oreat
BIG Lino of Towels and Tahh Napkins.
Ail of the above are desirable mils for
i to I iic wcur ; an'.; r one. pric
"''ti i ail, iiccy.iiM- wo
' i-ailtruitiiV "I'rolu, and it
;' J'!:re' Miss Ilervev. at Rmidorlnrul
id. tlm! i.- tlail, lA-c. 1', lb(J9. Ik
1 -o . . omisjjif).
I i 1' Kt' J 'I 1.' ' l-U - . 1 "
n ui anuii is gidi ui'ai. try..,
1 i - , : S.r-xi)Kus, Dec. 13. -Wedncs-'"''-".L,!.
c.-italo-uo for' oay at ! p. m., Mr. Jno. Biad
I' trks in squure j ford and Miss Annie Johnston,
ojr of i4--i ,.i!ik tnr, , woiliof Xo. 3 township, were
nuut - ,jy liev. jt-narr. ajso
vv .tut:-,'.,: ii
To-ney is sicl: today,
change in Coi'rell's ad
on Nt., Ir. Sam Arclnn- uiifl Mice n.
Jmrlmtr, ft. C . ,. ,
j nne jonnston were married at 3
o'clock on the same evenhig, at
the homo of the bride.
; Mr. Or i in Utly and sister, Mhs
If you don't beliere ii come and
f.oo that it is not necessary to
send to other towns for any goods
in tho jewelry line.
iiess, of Ne wells, spent the past j W nowhaye a beautiful fcsscrt-
i J .
ii:''"r ad. today.
-i 1) -Marsh, of Marshville,
Wednesday night with his
" ; 1 i ; L)r. M L Marsh.
& Fetz-rliave a change i Week, and Mrs. J W Walter is
spending the present week at
Esq. Goodman's, of Saunders.
Miss Billiman is progressing
nicely with her school at Beth
page. Mr. Will Goodnight, of Talin,
will soon be ready to move in
his new home near Gillwood.
Mr. Caleb Fisher, of No. 3, is
Miss Geneva Fisher, of Dooly,
is spending some time at the
home of Mr. Jno. Morrison.
Miss Demie Seford, of Mill
Hill, is spending some time with
relatives at Harts.
Miss Bess Abornethy, who had
taken charge of the Smith
school, ha& gone home on ac
count of ill health. Her brother
has taken her place.
We learn that at last the Sun
day school of Bethpage Presby
terian church has decided to
ha ve. a Xm&s entertainment.
Miss Emma Freeze, of Mill
Hill, is visiting friends and rela
tives in Mooresville.
- G W Sberrill and chil-
' i 'l'i Wednesday night for
. -'iiooga to spend a while.
. Surratt has returned to
;ary aiter spending a few
- ith her brother, Mr.
' 1 i ';icj:.!nan.
Vr. Lindley White and Miss
(-ii vVhite,"of Charlotte, at-
iiiu i a LR;ral of Mr. Benton
-'' -s Kmily Gibson is mourning
i; loss of her much-loved horse,
"Ivi-Hn'r " Tin dind WfflTHwln.v
I .,:rs. M E Cartland arrived
J lij Fleming from Charlotte and
ctures at the graded school
oveinir at 4 o'clocK.
Marriage licenso was issued
Wednesday to Mr. L A Winsell
I and Miss Ida Troutman. Both
j of the parties live in No. 5 town-
I ship. : '
I Irs. Dolph Thies arrived here
I Wednesday night from Haile
j old Mine, S. C., to visit her rel-
I atives at George ville. She was
j accompanied by her sister, Miss
w morning b.wmk &
nave something to
luMid tli :.ir advertise
!' " ; lind out what they
e f jr you.
! : 1 ' -' ' No. 38 or 6 and order
'V11''1 aerated milk and cream.
' o'v is the time to order cream
'-'!ida-y. vr'ora)t delivery.
Hiviera Dairy Co.
iiiy ii Bi
goDun. Jast corns e,ud look,
whether or not yon by, &t our
Dirtnoiidr, Latier toodn, Gold
aud Silvor Bracelets, Bingfl, all
kinds of Silver goods, end th
finest ftssortinent of Gold and
Silrer Friendship Hcaits that
cyer greeted your Gyes.
If you can't decide whst you
want to give as a Christmas
present just drop in and look
around. Don't hesitate to look
and ask us questions, for wo &r
in the business to please you if
we of ;.rt.
Bake Cakes to I.
order and would be glad to have
a trial order from you. Remem
ber we have fresh oysters,
bread, rolls, etc. every day.
' Just received a new lot of
Plaids in Somerset and Venitian
cloths. Blue Venitian cloth,
Brown Covert cloth. Small
Plaid wool goods inJdress pat
terns. No two alike.
A lull- line of Ladies' Shoes
in Button and lace. .
Pompadour Combs, Empire
combs, Ladies' pocket books.
Come and see us. We will do
our best to please you in prices
l -v -! " -vi .V- ?-;:i
hi. -V' -. 5 i
Will make the whole family glad on Xinas day.
TTe tr prepared
to give th people this winter
better bargains than usual in . all
kinds of "
Heavy and Faecy
At wholesale and retail. It will
pay you to see our Large Stock
before buying. For Clover Seed
Seed Rye, and RockSalt go to
Gibson 8c Morrison. G W. Patterson's.
Winter is Corning,
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND THREE CARS Or-
A.nd havetou more.'car loads on the way.
It ia time for yonjtolayjin ajsupply'for
Ihe Twinter, isritjit? I; also baye'on
hand the best of antracite coil.
J. A. C. Blackwelder
West Depot St. at Store. J&'Pbone OS.
M. L. Brown & Bro,
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Just i.. ' Si. Cioud HoLol.
Omnibes 'di 'passenger
trains.' 0... ul ail Kinds tar
nished proiiiidly and at reason
able prices. Hordes and mules
always on hand fr sale. lieed
ers r i iioragi ibred Poland