Choice Designs in
SPRING JEWELRY !
Gold Hat Pins
And a complete assortment of all goods in our line in
the latest patterns. The quality the best.
Geo. E. Bisanar
Jeweler and Optician. Watch Inspector for So. Ry.
"Pilsener Export" |
K2 "Is a Perfect Brewed Beer." 1
It is a liquid food. High in Extracts. Low
jKgijk in Alcohol. «r]
K HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY MEDI-M/
mm S i CAL AUTHORITIES - m
Orders Solicited Write for Prices. •
PThe Virginia Brewing Co.|
Roanoke, - - Virginia Mj
Good Things !
Globe-Wernicke Elas- II made.
tic Book Cases. .!
Comfort Swing and China and Japan Mat-
Morris Chairs. ting.
Vuder Porch Shades. Hickory Furniture
White Frost Refrigera Cos * Rooms Suits
- —- > Many other "good
ine best Hammocks things."
You are cordially invited to see our
Shuford Furniture Co
Hickory, N. C.
We have dozens of thirst-quenching, throat cooling
temperature reducing drinks at our fountain.
arp When you drink them you may be sure that you
are drinking pure healthful beverages. Everything
v iean -- oursyrups «
visit If/hir ii' fou " tam ,s a "iKhty good place to
Visit either alone or with your friend. Ccme often.
Walter S. Martin & Ccirpany,
/ Jury List.
Below will be found the names
of jurors drawn |o serve at the
August term of Burke Superior
court, which convenes on Mon
day, August 6th. _
First week. —J. D. Alexander,
Silas Berry, Will Cooper, Jeff
Cannon, J. A, Connelly, T. N.
Duckworth,Thos. L. Duckworth,
J. A. Dale, Charlie Denton, Ra
ney Evans, W. B. Faulkner,
Henry Garrison, Thomas Hemp
hill, , Chas. Hemphill, W. S.
Hoyle, Waits A. Hildebran, Rob
ert R. Hallyburton, M-K. Kin
caid, J. W. Keller, Pink Moore,
J. T. McGimsey, J. J. McCall, R.
C. Perkins, Jule Rader, D. L
Rust, J. J. Powell, ArchieSwink,
N. Swink, Lewis Stamey, E. J.
Sigmon, George JStroup, William
Taylor, (Icard) W. A. Wilson,
Second week —Ed Abernethy,
W. F. Austin, M. S. Benfield, J.
M. Brittain, J. T. Brittain,
(Icard) Vester Benfield, W. H.
Crawley, C. C. Cox, Jule G.
Holder, Frank Harris, W. R.
Marbut, Henry McCall, R. H.
McCall, C. R. Scott, W. M. Tate.
A. D. Tilley, A. T. Willis, A. B.
| Wakefield. -
Glaremont College Faculty.
The Claremont College faculty
for next term is made up:
Pres. D. W. Read has spared
no pains to bring together the
best teachers for the college.
Miss Olive Walling of Cincin
nati Conservatory will have
charge of the music department.
Miss Walling is a teacher of ex
perience and comes with fine
credentials. She teaches piano,
piano, voice and violin.
. Miss Clevea Williams,of North
Carolina, will again assist in the
music department Miss Wil
liams showed great ability in her
I work as assistant last term, and
by her careful teaching advanc
ed her pupils rapidly.
Mrs. Grace Garretsin will have
charge of the literature and his
tory department She comes
frorr a college in Arkansas where
she has held a similar position,
and being a former student
Chicago University is fully
equipped for her work.
Mrs. Lucy Meredith, of Nash
ville, Tenn., teach French and
assist in Latin and English. Mrs.
Meredith has enjoyed training
in French under the best native
teacher. She comes from a Ten
nessee college, where she has
held a similar position as that
she takes at Claremont.
Miss Mary Kerr, of North Car
olina, will have charge of the
commercial department and as
sist in the science work. Miss
Kerr is a graduate of the State
Normal College of North Caro
lina and of the Greensboro Busi
ness College. Last year she
taught in Black Mountain Christ
Mrs. Read will again have
charge of the elocution and art i
departments with assistants.
This summer she has given a
course of drawing in the Appa
lachian Training School, North
Carolina, and the Richmond Vir
ginia Normal School, and spen*
the remainder of Ijer vacation at
Class Snmraer School (of New
York) located at University oi
Virginia doing special work ii.
Pres. D. W. Read will again
have charfee of the German
Higher Mathematics and Latin
with assistants. He has sj>ent
a part of his vacation in the Ap
palachian Training School, - North
Carolina, teaching Mathematics
Miss Fannie Field will again
teach the primary department
where she has presided with so
much tact for three years. Miss
Fields' good qualities and success
as a teacher is too well known to
introduce her here.
Scrub yourself daily, you're not
clean inside. Clean inside 'means
dea* stomach, bowels, blood, liver,
clean, healthy tissue in every organ.
Moml: Take Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
E. B. Mdnzies. J
The Fanners Boys. 1
Someof our farmers wond r
why their sons have a desire to
quit the farm, preferring town
or city life. The cause is with
the farmer himself. With the
boy the farm it is perpetual
I toil in .good weather, all through
the busy season, and perpetual
loneliness in bad weather and
most of the winter season. The
time when the farmer has leisure
is at the very time when they
cannot get away from * home on
account of their isolation and
bad roads. The boy hungers for
company and his heart revolts
against this unendurable loneli
ness and to free himself from it,
walks miles through the mud to
spend an hour at the ciuntr>
store. We are glad to note that
in some sections of our country
the young people of both sexes,
have broken through these bar-
Tiers, and established farmers'
clubs and little societies of one
sort or another. This should be
encouraged and will prove a
great tonic to keep young peopl -
on the farm* and make life tc
them worth the living.
A woman worries until she getswri: -
kles, then worries because she h. s
them. If she takes Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea she would have neither.
Bright, smiling faae follows its use. 35
cents, Tea or Tablets.
E. B. Menzies.
Dr. Pierce's Farorite Prescription*
Is not a secret or patent medicine, against
which the rnont intelligent people are
quite naturally averse because of the un
certainty as to their harmless character,
but is a n cdiclne OF KJOWS COMPOSITION,
a full list of all its ingredients being
printed, in plttin Ewjlixh. on every bottle
wrapper. An examination of this list of
ingredients will disclose the fact that it
is non-alcoholic in its composition, chem
ically pure glycerine taking the place of
the commonly used alcohol, in its make
up. The "Favorite Prescription" of Dr.
Pierce is In fact tho onlv medicine put up
for the cure of Woman's peculiar weak
nesses and ailments, sold through drug
gists, that doe.* no* contain alcohol and
that too In large quantities. Furthermore,
it is the only medicine for woman?* special
diseases, the ingredients of which have
the unanimous endorsement of all the
leading medical writers and teachers of
all the several schools of practice, and
that too as remcdies for the ailments for
which " Favorite Prescription " is recom
A little book of some of these endorse
ment* win be sent to any address, post
paid, and absolutely free if you request
same by -postal card or letter, of Dr. R.
V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Don't forget that Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, for woman's weaknesses and
delicate ailments, is not a patent or secret
medicine, being the "Favorite Prescrip
tion "of a regularly educated and gradu
ated physician, engaged In the practice
of his chosen specialty—that of diseases
of women—that Its Ingredients arc printed
iu plain English on every bottle-wrapper;
that it is the only medicine especially de
signed for the cure of woman's diseases
that contains no alcohql, and the only
one that has a professional endorsement
worth more than all the so-called "testi
monials" over puhiislied for other med
icines. bend for those endorsements as
above. They are/ree for the astfing.
If you suffer from periodical, headache,
backache, dizziness, pain or dragging
down sensation tow down in the abdomen,
weak back, have disagreeable and break
ing, catarrhal# pelvic drain, or are in
distress from being long on your feet, then
you may be sure of benefit from taking
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
Dr..Piorco's Pleasant Pellets the best lax
ative and regulator of the bowels. They
invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Que a laxative; two or throe a cathartic.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powde
Successfully used by Mother Gray,
nurse in the Children's Home in New
York, Cure Feverishness,Bad Stomacl
Teething Disorders, move and regv
te the Powels and Destroy Wof
Over 30,000 testimonials. They never
fail. Atali Druggists, 25c. Sample
free. Addiess Allen S. OlmstcaS.Le-
Roy, N Y.
UNIVERS IT Y
, OF NORTH CAROLINA
Head of the State's Educational
Library contains 43,000 volumes,
New water works, electric lights,
central heating system. New
dormitory, gymnasium, Y. M. C,
682 students. 74 in faculty
The fall term begins Sept. 10th,
[ 1906. Address 1
■FRANCES P. VENABLE, AD|||lf
PRESIDENT I lrlUlfl
Chapel Hill, N. C. '||asSB;
TRINITY PARK SCHOOL
A firstclass preparatory school. Cer
tificates of graduation accepfed lor en
trance to leading Southern colleges.
BEST EQUIPPED PtffcFARAToRY
. SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH.
Faculty of ten officers and teachers.
Campus of seventy-five acres. Library
containing thirty thousand volumes.
Well equipped gymnasium. High
standards and modern methods of in
struction. Frequent lectures by prom
inent lecturers. Expenses exceeding
ly moderate. Seven years of phenom
For catalogue and other informa
H. M. NORTH, Headmaster,
Durham, N. C.
Xo Fruit Growers
I desire to say % that I am the
sole agent for Catawba, Burke,
Alexander and Caldwell counties
for the well-known
nursery, operated by W. L. Kil
lian & Son, of this county. I
will be pleased to take your or
ders for any and all kinds of
fruit to be found in any first
class and reliable nursery; and I
assure you that all orders in
trusted to me shall receive
W. S. RAMSOUP
There Will Be
A. Mapp\f Parting
V. itfc jci and those whiskers,
you shave with us.
Slpe Dietz Sarber
For YOUNG LADIES, RMMI « V«.
Openaßept.3S.UM. Onaof the leading Bchooli
for Young Lftdiea In the South. Hew buildings,
pianos and equipment. Campos ten acrea. Grand
mountain scenery In ValUy of Virginia, famed
for health. European and American Mhchera.
Poll course. Conaervatoiy advantages to Art,
Music >*nd Elocution. Certificate* WeUeal«f.
Students from 30 Statea. For cata|o«na addreaa
MATTIE P. BARKIS, President. BoanoktVa.
jbi, PWHVM Boiiwiltß, Vice-Pref. ,
A Paint Education
is Three Minutes.
Oil is the life of paint. Dead oil,
dead paint; it peels off. washes off,
Tails off. You have to paint again.
~ ~ ~ you nave
" oil in it.
You've been there- W .»
been getting paint with dead
ffiesn for canned oil. Get
Ijnaeed oil and.ntf* ft
r *cti Hammiif
P«in| yourself. Then you
know you've got fresh paint. Paint
that w»ll stick right, look right, yre&f
pigW spd at tljp right price.
Men of experience always do this. |tj
laves mopey and saves work, too.
Well explain paint points at length if
you will drop in on us some day-—be»
fore you paint this season.
We are sole agents for the paint you
get without oil—and mix. It is the
famous Hammar Condensed Paint.
Gallon of paint, gallon of oil. Simple
enough. Absolutely fresh and new.
Guaranteed for five years. We can
show you in two minutes how Hammar
Condensed Paint will save you money,
at least 25 per cent in cost and 100 per
cent in wearing qualities '
For sale by C. L. Hawn and
Son, Hickory, N. C.
Luckiest Man in Arkansas.
"I m the luckiest man in Arkansas"
writes H. L. Stanley, of Bruno, "since
the restoration of my wife's health after
five years of continuous coughing and
bleeding from the lungs; and I owe my
good fortune to the world's greatest
Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, which I know from,
experience will cure consumption il
taken in time. My wife improved with
first boitle and twelve bottles comple
ted the cure." Cures the worst coughs
and colds or money refunded. At C.
M, Shuford's and, E. B. Menzies',
druggists, 50c and *l.OO. Trial bot
JOIN OUR CLUB i
If you want prompt delivery and
dyeing and all work on clothing.
Special attention given to the
cleaning and pressing of wom
en's and children's clothipg.
We keep your clothes cleaned
nd pressed for $l.OO per month.
City Pressing Club
MOSER & ROWE, proprietors.
I New Discovery.
Best Cars For CATARRH. RHEUMATISM.
INDIGESTION, NERVOUSNESS, KIDNEY, LIVER
AND BLOOD DISEASES. SI.OO.
' Quick Relief.
•est ler Sit AOHES sni PAINS-Prlcs 265.
PAYNE'S MEDICATED SOAP—IO«.
For sale by W. P. Huffman
Subscribe for The Demccrat.
New Stored New Goods!
. We are now showing a full line of new and
up-to-date General Merchandise, such as dry
GOODS, DRESS GOODS, LACES and EM
BROIDERINGS, NOTIONS, HATS, CAPS,
CLOTFHNG, PANTS, SHOES and OXFORD,
and in fact most anything to be found in a
first-class dry goods store. We Iso carry
nice line c f
We solicit your! patronage and will make it
to yourjnterest to trade with us, and give you
value received for your money. Highest
prices paid for country produce.
W. G. FOX
Hickory, N. C.
= WHY NOT BUY
x where you can get anything in theffeed line?
We buy in Car Lots; and can make you best Prices, in GRAIN,
HAY. SHIP STUFF, B PAN, CCIICN SLID IV.FAL ar.d HULLS
Flour and Meal Wholesale and retail. Also carry a full line of
Poultry Food. All goods promptly delivered.
Shell Grian and Teed Co.
College St., - Hickory, N. C,
1 in it;
IT he Old Reliable. 1
Our new fall stack of Clothing is 21
arriving fast and we want to show |
you through our line whether you buy I
or not. We sell Clothing for nearly m
one-half what it will cost you atjother 9
SHOES, SHOES. 1
The best line in the city. We han - S
die General Merchandise.
Call on us for bargains. •
c£/> JJusseZZ, E
' HICKORY, N. c. I
To Beautify Tour Complexion
nr TBI OATS, cm
1 1 THE UNEQUALED BEAUTIFIER.
(Formerly advertised and sold as Satinola.)
tsr~ H W* v -T'--- Br
NADINOLA is guaranteed and money
refunded if it fails to remove freckles
rfawpi**, tan, saHowness, liver-spots, colla
black-heads disfiguring erup
♦iflw, ftr,, in twenty days. Leaves the
skin dear, soft, healthy, and restores th
beauty oI youth. Endorsed by thousands.
•Price 50 cents and $l.OO at all leading
drug stores, or by mail. Prepared by
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn,
Sold by E. B. Mcnzies, Hick
ory. N. r
tin Kind iteu Have Always Bought