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Hickory Democrat. (Hickory, N.C.) 1907-19??, July 26, 1906, Image 7

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Business Builders. Advertisements inserted under thi. head at 5 cents a line for each insertion WANTED ONCE- 2GOO sub scribers to pay their subscriptioi. SLIPPERS for Children, La dies and Men at Hall's. CRIMSON clover* German mil let and all kinds of seed for fall sowing at Hall's. WHIiE and Black Mercerized Waisting at Hall's. No better line of China, Eng lish and Domestic Earthenware to be seen than Umstead's, Hickory's China Store. Ball's or Mason's fruit jars and salicylic acid in good supply. The Hall Co. MONEY TO LEND in sums of $5.00 to $200.00 Address H. Care of Democrat office. Season good—sow peas, plant second crop Irish potatoes oi good fall crop. Variety of both at Hall's. WANTED—Fof U. S. Army, able bodied, unmarried men, between ages oi 21 and 35, citizens of United States, oi good character and temperate habits,whc can speak, read and write English. Foi information apply to Recruiting Officer, 15 West Trade St., 1 liarlotte, N. C.; 4c S. M»in St.,Asheville, N. c.; Bank Build irg, Hickoiy, N. C., or Glenn Building Spartanburg, S. C Tin and Enameled Buckets, Pans and Preserving Kettles to fit your fruit crop; money saving prices. Umstead's. Our imports of English Earth enwares are arriving most daily now. We want you to see them; they are the latest and best things made by the best manu facturers of England. They were bought at the right time and place to save you money. Umstead's. • WANTED—By Chicago wholesale and mail order house, assistant manager (man or woman) for this county and ad joining territory. Salary S 2O and ex penses paid weekly; expense money ad vanced. Work pleasant; position per manent. No investment or experience required. Spare time valuable. Write at once for full particulars and enclose self-addressed envelope. Addi ess, GENERAL MANAGER 134 E Lake St., Chicago. AUCTION SALE Of valuable Real Estate on Wednes day, Aug 22th at 2 p.m. We will offer at public auction the following valuable real estate known as the J. H. Brunspro perty 1 lot containing house 75x153 feet 1 vacant lot east of home lot 75x133 feet, 1 vacant lot adjoining it 73x253 feet and another lot east of this the same size, also 1 vacant lot lying south of ihese 80x150 feet, four of these lots face Link street and 1 facing Mrs. Sloops property, these lots will be sold separately and then as whole terms one third cash the balance in six and twelve months at legal interest, this property is two squares south Post office. Sale will take place on the steps of the First National Bank. This July 17th, 1906. W. F. BRUNS, H. E. BRUNS, G. F. BRUNS, MRS. E. G. PEELER. Pony hurts little girl. Little Miss Kate McComb -was very painfully hurt Tuesday evening when a little pony ran away with her on his back. The little girlwas sitting on the pony at the gate when it be came frightened by a dog, and ran. Katie had no control of her horse when it threw her off. painfuly injuring her about the eyes and dislocating her shoulder. Dr. Whitesides tells us he does not think there is any-permanent injury sustained, and &he is now getting on very nicely. Col. Thornton has recieved a letter from his surveyor whc made the survey of the power and plant on the Catawba Rivet writes that everything is satis factory and exceeds his statement of the value of the power etc when he was in Penn. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Thos. M. Hufham, Esq., spent two days in Asheville this week on legal business. J. T. Miller and Robt. Ros borough, of Morganton, spent Sunday in Hickory. Miss Virginia Stover, ,of Greensboro, spent a few hours in Hickory Monday. The masons are laying brick fafet on the two building now be ing put up by Setzer and Russell. Miss Mary Wilcox, of Ashe county, and Miss Lillie Jones, of Happy Valley, are visiting Mrs. W. A. Hall. W. H. McManaway, of Char lotte, is here visiting his cousin, Mrs. M. A. Mingis, on Brook ford Ave. Mr. Chas. Hildebran and Miss Dollie Teague. of Brookford, were married by J. T. Leonard, Esq., last Saturday. Claremont College opens the next session September 18th, Prof. D. W. Read, president. See ad in this issue. All services will be held in the new Presbyterian church after next Sunday. SeaU and win dows are being put in this week. It is our observation that a five horse power automobile will de velope fifty horse power in a twenty-five yearold horse if the two meet in the road. Mr. Frank F. Smith, who has been on The Democrat force for some time, left Tuesday for La* noir, where he will run a job printing office of his own. Editor Hugh Long, of the (ias tonia News, was in the City a few hours Tuesday. The Demo crat was very much pleased to have him call on us while here. -Presiding Elder, Rev. J. H. Weaver will Dreach at the Meth odist church next Sunday morn ing and evening. Conference i will be held Monday a. m. f at 10 o'clock in the church. Mr. A. B. Little has returned to Norfolk after spending two weeks vacation in Hickory. His brother, Leopold Little, went with him. He has also accepted a position in that city. Rev. J. L. Murphy will occupy his pulpit next Sunday night af ter a rest of aft w weeks. Sun day morning he will preach the sermon in the ordination services of Mr. Milton Whitener at Cono ver. Mrs. J. F. Watson, who has been living at Hickory for some time, was taken ill there last week. She was brought to Statesville Saturday and taken to Billingsley hospital for treat ment—Statesville Landmark. The Rev. J. H. Wilson, D. D., recently Lutheran pastor in Salis bury, will preach in Holy Trini ty Lutheran church of this place next Sunday, 29th inst. The public generally are cordially in vited to attend this special ser vice. Rev. C.W. Tray wick left Tues day morning for Beuna Vista where he joins his family. Mr. Tray wick is now on his vacation and will be absent from us for a month. Mrs. Traywick and children have been there for two weeks. Mr. M. A. L. Yoder brought some of the largest and nicest peaches to town Tuepday that has been on the market. There was only one thing lacking and that was the quantity. Mr. Yo der says they are very scarce, and he only has a few more for his own use. Rev. J. L. Murphy went to] Stanley Creek Wednesday where j he performed the marriage cere mony of Rev. Milton Whitener and Miss Viola Peterson who were married at the home of the bride at 4 o'clock the same even ing. Rev. Mr. Whitener is well known in Hickory, having as sisted Rev. Murphy in his work here during ail of last summer. Ed N. Hahn, of Chester, spent Sunday in Hickory. Mi«s Jessie Newland, of Le noir is the guest of Misses Mun roe. I N Mrs. W. A. Kerr and Mrs. T. E. Odem have gdne to Mocks ville frr a visit. Mr. A. Hutton left Tuesday t~ spend a few weeks at his old home in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blackwel der are spending a few days in Asheville this week. Miss Lizzie Leach is spending a few weeks in Winston and Mocksville with friends. Judge Councill and family ex pect to go to the mountains about August Ist for the summer. W. L. Brookflhire after serv ing his two year term out in th* l penitentiarylhas come back, Mrs. G. C. Bonniwell,' of Braidentown, Fla., is here visit ing friends for a few weeks. Friday, the 20th, Miss Lucille Walters, who has been visiting Miss Grace Patrick, returned to her home at Roanoke, Va. Parker and Son have bourht out the West India Cigar and Fruit Stand near the depot. This was run by Olin Marshall. Dr. and Mrs. Stephenson, of Huntersville, spent a few days last week with their brother-in law, Mr. E. A. Cooper, who is very ill. A young man by the name of Robt. Powell got the ends of three fingers cut off in a plaining machine at Hickory shops Mon day. • , C. T. Morrison is spending several days in New York and Philadelphia. He is there buy ing the fall stock for The Morri son Bros, Co. Miss Mamie Dixon arrived home Wednesday after a few weeks visit on the sea shore. Her j friend, Miss Florence Pearsall came with her. . They will scrap even at Brook ford. J. T. Leonard, Esq., tells us he had_lhree cases before him Saturday. The fines were from 2 to 3 dollars and cost. Messrs. J. C. Morrison, J. F, Misenheimer, J. L. Moose, Steve Groober and C. L. Green, all of the Morrison Bros. Co., spent Sunday at Connelly Springs. Mr. P. M. Dellinger was in the city Friday. Mr. Dellinger has been given a two weeks va cation, and he and family will spend the time at Waldwaid Springs, Tenn, Mr. and Mrs. Will Aiken have reached Asheville and expect to come to Hickory to visit his mother and brother before re turning to their Western home. Mr. W. H. Matthews, district deputy for Woodmen of the World, is here in the interest of that splendid order he repre sents. Everybody should be a Woodman. That was a jolly good crowd on an excursion from Newton to Mortimer Wednesday. It was made •up of all the Sunday schools of the place. The crowd seemed to be under the special care of Messrs. Ed Schrum, Jno. Yount, Milt McCorkle and Sher iff Boyd. * If you lose anything you are apt to find it if you advertise in the Democrat. Mr. W. A. Hall lost a mileage book of the C. & N- W. Ry. here July 4th, when there were thousands of people in the city. He put an ad'in the Democrat and his book was sent to him from Granite Falls a few days ago. Thursday, the 19th, Mrs. E. L. Shuford entertained two parties of six-handed euchre at 9 a. m., and at night in honor of Mrr. I Neil Clark and Mrs. Lieut. T. ; Mott. Mrs. Marvin Sherrill ■ gained the prize. All cut for : the consolation prize which Mrs. Walter Martin won. At Academy of Music. Mr. J. Leon Williams, the laugh artist and fun maker, will give a recital here assisted ) y the Southern Symphony band. Monday, July 30th. Come out, have a laugh and hear good mu sic. Benefit Southern Sympho ny Band. Reserved seats 35c. Admission 26c, children 15c. With Miss Shu ford. In honor of the H. G. L. Club, Miss Mary Shuford entertained about 30 young people at her home on Morganton street last Friday night' from 8:30 to eleven o'clock. The affair was a de lightful and elaborate lawn par ty. The decorations consisted of a beautiful and extensive ar ray of Japanese lanterns which made a dim but beautiful illum ination on verandas and lawns where the jolly partv enjoyed the hours of the evening. Re freshments of cream and cake were served, and the young peo ple bade the charming hostess a reluctant farewell. ' The picnic season is now upon us with the usupl accompani ments—fleas, mosquitoes; grass chiggers and gnats. But there is bushels of fun in a day's out ing, anyhow, Your home paper comes to vou as an old friend and neighbor, telling you all the home news while the large city daily enters your house as a stranger. A lo cal newspaper*is absolutely nec essary for local news. The Public Invited. A special meeting of the Woodmen of the World is called to meet in the National Union hall Friday night. Mr. W. R. Matthews, of Charlotte, "Special district Deputy" will be present and explain the object of the Woodcraft. The public is espec ially invited. J. H. WILLIS, Clerk, OUR || Organs, Organ's! ■ SPECIAL SALE || car ™ o,Bans a Just closed has been our great- ! | We wi " give special prices for the I . .. i t t m next ten days, as we are compelled est success, not alone we had j 2 . , * u/ .. ■; ' . - t ,K to make more room. Write us or call ■ greater bargains than we have i M at our store, and we will show you the I had in the past, but because nicest line of Organs and Pianos ever the people have learned that j 1 shown in Western North Carolina. when MORETZ advertises a jl- 9 bargain sale they can come !j fj 1: with a purse full of Coin H The flom'son Bros. Co. I knowing they will not be disappointed.- j My house has been loaded jwith jj temptations that was irresistable and jj ■ - the people who have missed this sale j S ' have missed a treat seldom offered j i 1 in a p.ace the size of Hickory. But I fl REMEMBER that we will soon be j; ready to put on our new fall dress, ;! and must make room by cleaning up all summer stock. We will make spe- ? cial prices on all light weight goods . or wears for the ,;| j s the one that serves NEXT THIRTY DAYS . most people well. Come right on expecting to find great jj • bargains, you will not be disappoint- > ' ed. I ——— The Hickory Banking & MgCOY MORETZ, Trust Co EIGHT CAR LOADS OF VEHICLES Must be sold in 30 days. Sale going on now • at Hickory, N ■ C. This lot consists of different kinds as f( Hows: Babcick Pupgics tn:d £wries with rutler and steel tire. We have eight different kinds, Tic-en Jones, Enger, Jewell, Rend, Rock Hll Old Hickory, Anchor and several other makes. We can save you money. Don't miss this opportunity. You wiH ha-e more stuff to select from than ever before. We can suit anybody. Ccme and see us. T emis: •' ash, Xote or Mortgage. The Henkel Live Stock Company. HICKORY, N. C,

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