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,,. i, iii i i ! iii K.. i. - ,n.innnmr r- ITT n 7 !3 IT I P?; y at Willis' M 13 tJ fcJ SJ 1.1 M n 13 LI n Oysters are now ready to scrveand anything else you have we have got it. Try us and you will be pleased. RIGHT AT DEPOT IJOX LUNCHES SERVED AT TRAINS. liiCKGRY, NORTH CAROLINA line Hickory j: $4.08 a Year r There Was When only rK-Mif rvti siioes in tne summer Siioe Talk children, boys and girls, age, goinr barefooted. now everybody wears We have always car store cur most serious thought ana at tention, endeavoring to furnish cur customers Shoes that were not only sightly but that would Wear Satisfactorily In asking fcr your Shoe trade we have to offer you in Ladies Shoes the Queen Quality ar.d another line sold under own brand These tv o Iir.cn arc unexcelled in beauty of workmanship, ff-.ulr j line5? and wearing qualities. To look at then to i.-uy them. We have also an excellent line of Coys' Sc hool Shoes, and v.rnestly V. Us 6- w" "Sells for Legs Profit 9 SO- FIFTY SO Job Lots of Pure Food Products We have on display in our store lots and great values all for $1.00. Tomorrow look at them and if you see big bargains lay your dollar down. Buy Corn, Tomatoes, Peas, Asparagus, Tuna Fish, Salmon, Pineapples, Peanut Butter,- Preserves,- Etc.,. for the- winter months. Assorlment of 50 Kinds $1.00 Each Let Thursday Only JS10 Day F3 tn Fi M n 61 i s.3 c r i i r "Sells fcr Less Thonc S3. i F M L3ai325ss3as!2as2i2220anaaffiaasaaaasags2s2 i V Jl LA m fi. ? i i eii M r I! i SI a he H 1 ci n ji; il . , Cafe m B e LI & n 83 E3 3 U ri wish to uaiiy in Adv ------- Once a Time tV ' 1 f tVif T i . . i , wore half, - . 1 il urneine ouicr up to 1 5 year 1 hat time i past, a them. given the Shoe id c or 5- invite your inspection ti s s ti E3 Li- m t':i tr. " !"... fejj m m m m m tei fc3 Profi! 'Phone 39. HARM 15'; HI 8 6 N 1 1 w Isss M am i ome of 9 ti J I ti i f 3 yiSPCY HtAK Nbii persons STAGED IN Four hours of oratory and an ap peal to the superior court on the part of the state was the sum total of a a.se before the recorder yesterday af ternoon which involved, among other things, two cases of assault and the charge that the mayor of West Hick ory pulled off a sham proceeding v. hen he learned that tiie Hickory au thorities had taken notice of an affair involving assault. The proceedings l ,J . aonr1or MOW VllCrTllv flV- n .ill . J ored, so much so, in tact, tnat one 01 the attorneys offered to thrash an other, and insisted on doing it un less he should be accorded proper re spect. To start near the beginning, Mr. Ed. Hammond of West Hickory some ';me ago lifted his foot sideways in t(ie direction of Walter Bumgarner's :-hirt. Walter, who worked for Mr. Hammond, did not like it and told his father, Mr. G. D. Bumgarner, who then called to pay his respects. Mr. Hammond is said to have raised his ri-ht arm and, quickly straightening it," caused the elder Bumgarner to touch the ground full length. A warrant was sworn out against Mr. Hammond in two cases. This wns about September 25. Mayor W. P. Austin is employed by Mr. Ham mond, and Mr. Bumgarner felt that the wheels of justice were turning too slowly to suit him, so on October 1 he appeared before Recorder Camp boll in Hickory and stated his case. The new papers were served yester dav morning. In the meantime the West Hickory authorities got busy and served their papers too, but witnesses said the Hickory papers were executed first, thus giving the Hickory recorder jur isdiction. Between the serving of pa pers and the convening oi the record er?; court, a trial was held in West itickory and Mayor Austin fined Mr. Jiammond $1 and costs m each case rbout $9 in all. The point raised in the recorder's to art was that, inasmucn as the Hick r - v papers were executed before those r We?t Hickory, the trial in West TTickory was not a proper trial, and r.ocordcr Campbell was asred to rule accordingly. The case was so tri vial, he said, that he did not feel like ittmg the witnesses to the expense and trouble of appearing before him ther trial and he accordingly liat the West Hickory mayor's of the case would pass mus I Lengthy Arguments. There was argument by four law vers for four hours on the several points raised, but the recorder was firm. During the course of of the hearing Prosecuting Attorney C. W. Bagby read a statement in which the opinion was expressed that the entire ; ing short of a fraud, whereupon Mr. C. L. Whitener replied that his an swer to that was that it was a little v-orse than the "retort courteous." Mr. Bagby offered to scour up the floor with the other lawyer, but ex- COURT EJ planations were made, and the argu II : ment proceeded. Court on Trial. The upshot of the matter is that the West Hickory court will be on rial at Newton when superior court convenes if the state's lawyers decide to carry the case that far. There seemed to be no doubt that Mayor .Austin acted in haste about the time ihp Hickory officers got busy. .Re corder Campbell said he might be in the wrong, but that he was not think ing so much of the difnity of his court, which apparently had been the dozen or more witnesses who would have to appear here or at New- trn Tn InnVino nvor V10 Hnplrtvh vf the West Hickory mayor, the record er observed that the fine imposed on Mr. Hammond was the same as fines imposed for other offenses of that nature. Mr. Bagby and Mr. D. L. Russell represented the prosecution and Messrs. M. H. Yount and C. L. Whit ener the defense. It was said after the trial that the case would have been appealed to the superior court in any event, inasmuch as it would have been im- pssibIe to satisfy both sides- And some married men believe that t-ey should be allowed to spend part : of the money they earn. ! SERVICE OF SUMMONS AND 1 WARRANT OF ATTACHMENT BY PUBLICATION. NORTH CAROLINA, CATAWBA COUNTY. In the Superior Court, November Term 1915. WADE H. SHUFORD -vs- A. D. JUILLIARD, F. A. JUILLIARD, V.. A BR A MAN' n n QTTTdxttt'xt j ... li ixijin aim . J OHNSON, partners trading as A. D. JUILLIARD & COMPANY. i The defendants above named will uke notice that an action entitled as .;oove has been commenced in the su perior court of Catawba County to , rover the sum of sixteen thousand i -ive hundred sixty-seven (16,567 dol ors, which amount is alleged to be due j -o plaintiff by reason of defendant's reach of a contract by them made with plaintiff; and the said defendants j ill further take notice that they are ; required to appear at the term of the B B - .wUx t uj. saia county to Hp m ! neld on the 8th Monday after the first 3 Monaay in September, 1915 i ; b3n? Q Sp ?rS ty f- Nomber, 1915-at I on CNtiT mySaid C0Unty in New- B ton, Xsorth Carolina, and answer or 13 demur to the complaint in saidlin i tne n aintift uriii . 1 x n for h v i " y" e court for the rpi;0f a"" "! LI!e B B B B D B B B P.,:L ,.The defendants will further cake notice that a -u, TI , ent is also returnab Tat the time and place above named for the return or the summons. uin October 2, 1915. J. T. SETZER, Clerk of Superior Court, Catawba County, North Carolina. lce-wk.-for-4-wk. i HICKORY DAILY RECORD 55??!II i ... ,. MHiiiiiiiiigita! iinwwg s Mr. W. J. Shuford returned today from a business trip to Greensboro. City council last night spent sev eral hours considering routine mat ters. Messrs. J. F. Boyd and J. N. Porter of Charlotte were visitors in the city yesterday. The boys of the McNeil Literary Society of the high school will de bate the army-navy question Friday of this week. The Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company came out today with a brand new motor truck for the delivery of drinks. The truck is a beauty. Miss Mabel Hight has accepted a position in the office of A. A. Shuford, Jr., as assistant bookkeeper and al ready has entered upon her duties. Master George Killian, Jr., has just received from his grandfather at Rock Hill a fullblooded Jersey calf, which he has added to his collection of fam ily pets. Despite the bad weather there were a number of persons on the streets today taking inventory of the values to be offered by the merchants to morrow. Mr. N. S. Dasher, manager of the Hickory Electric Company, has re turned from San Francisco, where he attended the exposition. Mr. Dasher said great crowds were there every day seeing a greater show. Parents are requested not to be disturbed by the sound of the fire alarm on Friday, Fire Prevention Day as the fire truck will be called to both white schools. The children will have a fire drill that day also. Reports from the county say that swollen streams haved one a great deal of damage to crops, especially corn. Much peavine hay has been cut and many farmers hated to see the rain on this account. Chief of Police Lentz returned last night from Danville. Va., where he went after Ben Hensley, arrested in Virginia on the charge of compli city in the murder of Dave Wilson near Forest City. Henoley was turn ed over to Sheriff Tanner of Ruth erford county at Marion yesterday afternoon. Fighting at the Cradle. Baltimore American. Carrying the war into Asiatic Tur key, forestalling the Germans in their ambition to colonize the districts now being ravaged by the onmoving arms of the Britons, the English have started war at the cradle of the race. The land that has been redolent with the lure of antiquity since Abraham stood out upon the star-girt plains of Mesopotamia and was told by Jeho vah that his progency should be as numberless as the stars of the skies and that the land as far as he could see would be given him for an in heritance for his children, is now in the zone of the war. Those whose vision is directed by the prophetic chapter of the Bible are prone to view this movement of the might of the greatest war of mankind into the regions which have been long as sacred to the traditions of Babylon and Assyria, as fullfill ment of prophetic oracles. Viewed from any angle the fighting in the Mesopotamian country is filled with interest that can not attach to the bloody deeds in the less antique and unromantic regions of Europe. The lurk, what shall become of him if driven out of Europe and subdued in the regions of Asia over which he has had age-long domination ? With in the general scheme of the cam paign in the east lies the possible lib eration of Palestine and the salvage of the holy places; the casting up of a highway for the return of God 'a chosen people to the land of their race nativity if the Zionist element shall prevail. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, CATAWBA COUNTY. In the Superior Court. SALLIE HAAS vs. WYATT HAAS. NOTICE. The defendant above-named will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Superior Court of Catawba County for absolute divorce and for custody of Frank Haas, child of the marriage of the parties: and the said defpTirlaTit will further take notice that he is required to appear at the term of the Superior Court of Catawba Coun ty to be held on the first Monday of November, 1915. at the courthouse in said county, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action, or t.Vi o plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in her complaint. mis, September 11, iyi5. J. T. SETZER, Clerk Superior Court. a B m m EJ n B B See Our For Special DAY Bargains Knox 5 and 10 STORE W. L. and T. W. BOATRIGHT Successors to Knox and 10 Cent ' Store, wwuuuuuuiumii """" RECORD WANTS Advertisements inserted un der this head, ONE CENT PER WORD for each insertion, but no advertisement taken for less than 15 cents.--Additional words, more than 15, ONJi CENT -PER .WORD. Unless the advertiser has a regular account, all advertisements un der this head are STRlClLi CASH IN ADVANCE, the amounts being too small to warrant a chargeCopy for BUSINESS LOCALS cannot be taken over the telephone. gmtmmmmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuMiintHTm FOR SALE. A new piano. A rare bargain. J. L. Murphy. CHARTER HOUSE Rates $1.00 per day, special rates by the week. Near depot and only one block from Postoffice. 9-22-lmo. MRS. J. R. BOYD. FOR SALE or RENT Eight-room house, four blocks from depot, ad dress "Record." 9-27-lwk FOR RENT Furnished roomes, with or without board, to couples or gen tlemen. Two blocks from square. Address X. Y., care Record. 9-28-lw SAVE One dollar and purchase nar cissus and hyancinth bulbs from Mrs. Carrie Gamble. 10-4-3t ttniiliiililiiiiUliliiiliMliii'iiiilliiilililiit: Today 'The Prince of Peace," in Two Keels and "The Bouquet." With Sweenie. Open From 2:30 to 10:30 ?mnmmmmmnttmu LETS GO GASTON COUNTY FAIR GASTONIA October 12-16 BIGGEST ATTRACTIONS IN THE STATE SOMETHING DOIN' EVERY MINUTE Special Rates 'All Roads Ef n m m B B Window B El B B B u B B B B B B B B B Bub Theatre FOR SALE Nice Phone 136-J. Boston Ferns, 10-5-lwK. FOR RENT Room, close to business section, well lighted, all modem conveniences,- apply to, Mrs. Alice Boyd Harbin, 1428, Twelfth ave nue. io-5-lwk ALL WILL SEND ONE (By the Associated Press) Paris, Oct. 5. Telegraphing from Nish, Servia, thee orrespondence of the Havas News Agency says, lhe quadruple entente will send an ulti matum to Bulgaria." 8 mm tw p.-W Ideal r Cl,p'cp Styles and Prices to suit all Hands and Pocketbooks Ask to see the new Lever Self -fillers. VAN DYKE SHOP Hey Kid Aint You Glad? Hickory Thursday, October 14 Positively the Only You Know "Robinson" "That Girl looks like an Oasis in the Desert" And never was Oasis more welcome to sun-baked mortal. The cooline air of the moun tains, the vigor of the ocean's Wave, the contentment of the valley all these are broughtto work-wearied, heat -bothered in street, home and office by PIPS fA dgi? etTeSumg' DrP ln atthe fountain-then forflV5S?S " that makes you youH know what wo mean, feel like WORK. It gives you what Put up in bottles, too, at your you wont when you want it grocer. For All Thirsts Pepsi-Cola Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company Hickory, N, C, WEDNESDAY EVEXixq j BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 Dr. Chas. L. Hunsuker, M. D Office over Shuford's Drug Store HICKORY, N. C. Residence 825 15th Ave Phone 92 0fiice 2g Hours 3:30-5 p. m., 7-8 p. m Calls answered at All Hours DR. W. B. RAMSAY Dentist Office over Shuford's Drug Store Hickory, N. C. For Sale Tract of land containing 143 acre? located one half mile from the Pied' mont & Northern station at Spencer's Mountain four and half miles from Gastonia, and one-half mile of good macadam road, contains good seven room, two story house, eiectric lights well at house and barn, rour acres of good vineyard and orchard of nursery fruit. Eleven thousand dollars will buy it. Terms: Half cash and the remainder in easy payments. AdJrAa W. E. LUT2 Gastonia, N. C. For Particulars Big Circus Coming Goto !