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NO ALUN-NO PHOSPHATE
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
The Pro^fress and the four maj;-
azines, which we offor for only
one dollar for a year, would make
a splendid Christmas gift.
On construction work near
Bridgewater, N. C. Can use
100 colored laborers' after
Christmas. Common labor
ers $1.50, drill-runners $2.
Hardaway Contracting Co.,
Bridgewater, N. C.
J. Q. Gilkey left Sunday for
New York City on a business trip.
W. T. Coviafirton and children,
of Raeford, ar» visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Miles P. Flack,
of Vein Mountain, were shopping
in Marion, Monday.
There will be services at Stroud’s
Chapel next Sunday morning at
11 o’clock by the new pastor, Rev.
T. A. Sisk.
W. H. Whitten left today
for Jacksonville, Fla., where he
will spend the holidays with his
brother, R: K. Whitten.
Rev. and Mrs. B. S. Lassiter
left yesterday for Washington, D.
C., where they will spend Christ
mas with relatives and friends.
There will be an entertainment
and Christmas tree at North Cove
school house, December 22. The
public is cordially invited to at
According to the report of the
Register of Deeds, 189 marriage
license were issued for the year
ending December 4th, an increase
of fifty-eight over last year.
Misses Mary and Sarah Hudgins,
who are attending Randolph-Ma-
con college at Danville, Va., will
arrive to day to spend the holi
days here with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. E. Hudgins.
“If I were called upon to state
which of the two, in my opinion,
causes the most evil, alcohol or de
cayed teeth, I should unhesitating
ly say decayed teeth.”—Dr. Wil-
Dr. Oiser is one of the world’s
. most famous physicians.
All work done at living prices,
in a sanitary manner and fully
8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Nl^ts and Sundays by
OfftGma ox}«r Stre»tman*J “Drug Stor*^
Avoid the Rush
Early in the Season. Early in the Day.
Let U8 supply you with that Gift
Ladies’ Coat Suits
Ladies’ Long Coats
Trunks, Suit Cases, etc.
The Peerless Store,
D. T. HARRIS, Prop. MARION, N. C.
13orn, to Mr. and Mrs. L.- B.
Walsh, December 18, a son.
The first snow of the season—a
light one—fell here Thursday
night and was followed by an all
day snow Monday. By evening
the snow measured 6 i inches and
Monday "night the temperature
reg;istered three degrees above
zero, the lowest temperature here
for several years.
John H. Gray, of Statesville,
who formerly resided here and
managed the Marianna Hotel for
some time, has leased the Eagle
hotel building from G. W. Craw
ford and will re-open the hotel
abc>ut March 1st. The building
is now being re-modeled from top
to )x>ttom and as soon as the im
provements are completed Mr.
Gray will take charge, it is learn
F. B. Gwin, for the past fifteen
years connected with the Southern
Railway freight office at Hickory
and for some time chief clerk, ar
rived last w^k to relieve J. F.
Conniffe, agent here, for three
months. Mri._Oonniffe is connected
with the Marion Cash Feed Com
pany and for the present will de
vote his time to this business. He
asked for a vacation some time
ago and Mr. Gwin was sent to re
lieve him last week.
Christmas entertainments for
the Sunday Schools with approori
ate exercises will be held at the
Methodist and Presbyterian
churches Saturday evening at 7
o’clock, at the Episcopal church
Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock and
at the Baptist church Sunday even
ing at 7 o’clock. There will be a
special sung secyice at the Meth
odist church next Sunday evening
at 7 o’clock.
with Genuine Diamond Setting
This beautiful Xmas gift which we arei
presenting our customers was
selected from our
Free ticket given with each cash
purchetse of 25c
this beautiful gift will be drawn. Be
sure to get free coupons with
each cetsh purchase
P. A. Reid. & Co.
Baraca Class Elects New Officers.
The Convention Baraca class of
the First Baptist church of Marion
at its regular meeting Sunday
morning, December 10, elected
the following officers: President,
J. C. Whaley; vice-president, D.
A. Bowman; secrectary, Julius
Parker; assistant secretary, W. H.
Hall; treasurer, I. W. Saunders;
class reporter, J. A. Ruth; teacher,
W. T, Morgan.
For the new year an increased
attendence and growth in class
spirit is expected by officers and
members. Strangers are welcomed
and an effort is made to make them
glad that they attended the class.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all men to attend the class and be
Ladies and Gentlemen
Dollars saved is Dollars Made—We
can Save Them for You.
Useful Xrnas Presents
Why pay retail prices when you can buy from us at
Wholesale? Our lines are complete in toilet articles of
every description. Drop in and see us when in Ashe
Asheville Barbers’ Supply Co.
(Mention this ad when yon call and we will aUow yon a special discoant ot 10^)
Notices under this iiead are Ic
a word each Insertion, cash with
order. No advertisement less
Ladies! Look at our Shoes before you
buy. We are showing the latest
things at lowest prices. Gaston & Tate.
POST CARDS $1.00 per dozon, 60c half
dozen. Marion Studio.
I Cutlery That Cuts |
Steel of the best quality at
fair prices. Our cutlery
is made from the best steel
We have also in stock fine
pocket cutlery, scissors,
shears, etc., etc., ruade by
the best manutacturers
^rom the finest steel.
The *Price Ha.rdbifa.re
Marion^ J^orth Carolines
Ladies don’t worry about your Fruit
Cake. Buy “Stone’s Rich Fruit Cake”
for Christmas from-Gaston & Tate.
FOR SALE—Two good mules, 1 work
mule and one l-year*old past. Apply
to W. D. Long, Rt. 1, Old Fort, N. C.
Did you say “are they good?” Well I
should smile. There are none so good
as Stone’s Rich Fruit Cake. Sold only
by Gfkston & Tate.
GIRIiSI Why don’t you ask Papa to
buy you a pair of “BILLIKIN” Shoes
and 1)8 a ‘^ILLY KID.” Then you
will le “IT.” We sell ’em. Gaston &
100 CRATES EGGS WANTED
each week. I will pay 35 cents
dozen delivered and I will mail
check immediately on receipt of
each shipment. J. W. WELiEY,
Box i542, Greensboro, N. C.
LAST CALL FOR
Every article throughout our store is practical—
useful—high grade, and attriactive—a gift that can
not fall short of deep appreciation.
Foster Ideal Cribs
Baby’s High Chair
Dining Room Suit
You will find in our General Merchandise Department the
best selected line of Shoes, Mats, Clothing, Underwear, Dress
Goods a«d Notions we ever showed our trade. We ^ant to
show yon through our whole line.