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TUESDAY EVENING
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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FALL SHIRTS
OF UNASUAL MERIT AND BEAUTY
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M9RETZ-WHITENER CLOTHING CO.
"The Quality Shop."
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AUTOMOBILE OWNERS
remember that you can get the highest grade of work
at a lower cost at our plant. No. 1310 Union Square.
All our work is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction.
Only the latest improved machinery used at our plant.
Hickory Tire
& Vulcanizing Campany
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it is made with a syrup especially prepared
for bottling.
For your own protection, when buying in
bottles guard against misleading substitutes.
Only the Genuine Bottled Coca-
Uola has the name blown in the
bottle, as well as imprinted on
both the label and the crown top.
Look for the name in all three
places.
Demand the genuine by full name
nicknames encourage substitution.
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RECORD WANT AD.
ON THE ASIATIC SIDE
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Athens, Sept. 13. Via Paris, Sept.
14. It is reported in diplomatic cir
cles here that there has been a heavy
mobilization of Roumanian troops to
face an unexpected concentration of
Austrians, directed presumably
against Roumania.
Railroad traffic in northwestern
Roumania is declared to have been
suspended in favor of troop move
ments. All horses have been requisi
tioned. The sceond series of reserves
are now with the colors.
The Austrians are said to declare
the concentration is directed toward
suppression of espionage in Transylvania.
PERSONALS
CITY COUNCIL WILL
BE IN SESSION TONIGHT
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Miss Frances Geitner leaves today
for St. Mary's at Raleigh.
Miss Lizzie Fuller of Lenoir visited
friends here today.
Mr. Howard Council, son of Judge
Council of Annapolis, Md., spent Sat
urday in Statesville.
Mr. H. L. Millon of Morganton
passed through today en route to
Lenoir.
Rev. J. G. Garth and Dr. C. A. Mun
roe have gone to Old Fort to attend
the Concord Presbytery.
Mrs. R. F. Young of Corinth, Miss.,
is the guest of Mrs. J. J. Willard.
ZprHpn's TTnderseline- Store will be
closed Saturday until 6 o'clock in the
evening on account of the Jewish holi
day. A New Isue.
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City council will meet tonight at 8
o'clock, among the matters coming
before the body being the revision of
ordinances and the Sunday closing
law. There is much public interest
in the closing proposition.
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WANTED At once four A-l sub
scription solicitors to solicit sub
scribers to the Hickory Daily Record.
A good opportunity to make money
Applicants must furnish references.
Apply at once R. C. Minich Circula
tion Manager, Hickory Daily Record.
The Best Remedy For
Corns and Bunions
is Nyals Corn Remover. Safe, sure
and speedy It gets on the job at
once and often banishes the corn with
one application.
One man said last week that the
best investment he had ever made was
the 15c he paid for a Nyals Corn Re
mover at this . store. Suppose you
try it.
LUTZ'S DRUG STORE
"ON THE CORNER"
Phone 17 and 317.
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short notice when in need of roofing
or sheet metal work of any kind. All
work guaranteed. Give us a trial and
be convinced.
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Tin Shop
Second story of W. T. Sledge's Store.
Union Square.
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DRAMA:
Wireless Rescue,
Two Parts.
COMEDY:
Seen Through
' The Make-up
Open From
2:30 to 10:30
Memphis Commercial Appeal.
A new political issue in the presi
dential campaign next year may be
the prepardness for war, now being so
generally discussed.
Secretarv Garrison has formulated
a plan for national defense which is
considered quite inadequate by many
leading Democrats. This, of course,
unless there is a change in the plans
or in the sentiment, will bring on a
fight in congress when the body as
sembles for its next session.
Unquestionably the question of the
country as to the extent of this "pre
pardness" is divided, but even the ex
treme pacificists desire to see the na
tion put in better trim to defend it
self. The recent threat of "unpleas
antness" with Germany brought
home too keenly our inability to rush
into a war that might be protracted
for several years.
One feature of the Garrison scheme
is to break up the army posts in the
interior and establish them in various
coast or harbor towns, where tne
troops would be available for immedi
ate use in case of invasion. As they
are now, there would be the necessity
of moving them across the country,
which would mean a waste of time
and money. The interior of the coun
try is in no danger and therefore
reeds no stations of defense.
This is apparent to the most casual
student of the situation, and yet the
removal of these army posts is one of
the rocks that lie in the path of the
Garrison plan. These posts are just
money-makers for the towns in which
they are situated, for the wages of
men and officers go largely to the
trades people of the locality. Natur
ally these people are loath to give up
f. good thing like a steady business
of that sort. Therefore, they com
plain to their congressmen, and these,
seeing their political prestige threat
ened, are interested to save the posts
as they are. And here lies the danger
to the plan of removal; it may be sac
rificed to the selfish interest of indi
viduals, unless there is a sufficient
sentiment aroused to put patriotism
ahead of local advantage.
The Garrison scheme in its entirety
is not generally understood, but
enough has come to light to arouse
discussion, and it is said that con
gressional leaders have expressed
themselves as opposed to anything
that looks like a makeshift in either
of the war departments army or
navy.
If the matter is not definitely set
tled before the 1916 campaign there
may be a new issue before the peo
ple in the form of a platform on na
tional defense.
Jewelry and Happiness
Catawba county has received more
favorable, .publicity than any other
community in North Carolina, if not
any county in the United States. It
is remarked by Hickory citizens that
practically all of the papers are
throwing bouquets in Catawba's lap.
Here is one of the latest, taken from
WiTKstrm-Sfllpm Sentinel:
"We have referred a number of
times to the successful work along
the line of co-operative farming that
is beijig accomplished Sn Catawba
county. Figures recently issued show
that a thousand co-operating farmers
there did a $245,000 business in cream,
butter, poultry and eggs during the
year ending on June 1.
"It is further shown that the sale
of eggs during the. year aggregated
228,700 dozen, while the butter sold
reached a total of nearly 600,000
pounds.
"This business was started five
years ago with a capital of only $1,
500, according to figures given by the
extension department of the state
university.
"Last season 150 farmers in Ca
tawba sold 25 car loads of sweet po
tatoes and received $2.67 per crate
plus 10 cents more per 100 pounds
for handling.
"The cooperative movement, launch
ed with such excellent results in Ca
tawba, is already being tried in some
other counties and still more will
ctoubtless go into the movement in
the not far distant future."
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Go Hand in Hand
What person, man, woman
or child does not desire the
possession of a nice piece
of jewelry. Jewerly will
be worn more than ever.
Broaches, Cameos, Pins,
Lavalliers and Rings are es
pecially good.
We have a nive selection of
new designs. Call and let
us show them to you.
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Jeweler and Registered Optometrist.
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PLANNING
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Charlotte, Sept. 14. Wide interest
is being displayed in the city, the
Observer says, in the Dollar Day that
is to be observed here September 23.
Merchants are preparing for it in ev
ery wsty, and the nearby towns will
be drawn upon. Charlotte merchants
expect to attract customers as far
west as Statesville, north as Concord
tirid south as Rock Hill.
PLUMBING
that is
Sanitary and Satisfactory
May be had by placing your order with
The J. C. DeRhodes Co.
Telephone 83 Second floor 1222 Tenth Ave.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
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TO ADDRESS FARMERS
(Special to the Record)
Raleigh, Sept. 14. Maj. W. A. Gra
ham, commissioner of agriculture, left
today for Dobson, Surry county, where
he will deliver an address at a far
mers' rally. The rally will continue
three days.
INVESTIGATING FRAUDS
(Special to the Record)
Wilmington, Sept. 14. A New Han
over grand jury continued its investi
gation into the charges of fraud ana
corruption in recent elections in this
city. The investigation will be ex
tended to include the county primary
and citizens have retained lawyers.
Judge Rountree in his charge to the
grand jury devoted considerable time
to the alleged violations.
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.E-DREDGING SCHEME
DEFEATED, 83 TO 76
Mr. y. T. Blalock, cashier of the
First National bank of Waynesville,
is the guest of his brother-in-law, Mr.
A. A. Shuford, Jr.
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6:52 1:20 3:30 W. PHILADELPHIA, Ea. .3 :40 11 :12 2 :15
9:20 3:23 6:05 BALTIMORE. Md. 1 :14 .9 :05 12 :00
10:45 -4:35 10:05 - WASHINGTON (ET) 11:30 .7:45 10:40
2:30 9:10 6:30 9:30 SALISBURY 11:25 7:40 11:50 2:15
2:55 9:35 6:55: 9:52 BARBER 11:00 7:15 11:20 1:45
3:00 9:40 19:67 Cleveland 10:55 7:10 1:40
3:10 9:50 10:07 Elmwood 7:00 1:30
3:25 10:05 7:24 10:25 STATESfPLLE 10:35 6:45 10:50 1:15
3:38 10:20 Eufola 6:25 1:00
3:48 10:31 10:48 Catawba " 10:05 6:15 12:50
3:58 10:45 - 10:58 Claremont 6:07 12:40
4:08 11:00 8:05 11:10 NEWTON 8:46 6:55 10:04 12:28
4:12 11:03 8:08 11:13 Conover 6:52 9:59 12:22
4:20-1 (,- Oyama 12:15
4:32 11:20 8:25 11:32 HICKORY 9:30 5:34 9:44 12:00
4:40 11:28 8:31 11:89 Hildebran 6:28 9:3811:48
4:50 11:40 8:45 11:50 Connelly Springrs 9:10 5:20 9:30 11:40
4:59 11:47 8:50 11:66 Valdese 6:10 9:20 11:30
5:05 11:54 8:57 12:00 Drexel 8:57 6 :05i 9 :15il 1 :22
6:17 12:05 9:10 12:10 Morganton 8:47 4:66 9:15111:12
6:23 9:15 Calvin 8:58;11:04
5:30 12:16 9:22 12:20 Glen Alpine 8:35 4:45 8:55 11:00
5:40 12:25 9:35 12:30 Brid?ewater 4:35 8:45110:50
5:50 12:35 9:46 12:40 Nebo 4:25 8:35110:40
5:68 12:41 9:60 C. C ft O. Crossing 4:18 8:28 10:35
6:05 12:48 10:00 12:62 MARION 8:06 4:10 8:20 10:30
6:15 10:15 1:02 Grenlee 4:00 8:10110:15
6:30 1:15 10:30 1:15 Old Fort 7:45 3:60 8:00 10:06
6:50 10:48 Graphitcville 7:28 3:27 7:38; 9:47
7:05 1:50 11:07 1:50 Ridgecrest 7:15 3:15 7:2519:35
7:20 2:00 11:20 1:58 Black Mountain 7:10 3:05 7:20:9:30
7:30 2:10 11:30 2:08 Swannanoa 2:54! 7:10! 9:20
7:40 2:20 11:40 2:18 Azalea 6:48 2 :45 7 :00! 9 :10
7:50 2:30 11:50 2:30 BILTMORE 6:38 2:36i 6:52i 9:00
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No two things differ more than
hurry and dispatch. Hurry is the
mark of a weak mind; dispatch, of a
strong one. Colton.
Newton, Sept. 14. The proposition
4r) ra-dredge Clark's creek was de
feated yesterday by a vote of 83 to
76 in a meeting of thel and-owners
Interested. There was nothing said
to indicate when re-dredging would
take place but it will not be soon,
although the majority against it now
as only seven. For the current year
a tax of $1 the acre will bee olleeted
io pay off old scores and after that
nothing will bed one until the stream's
condition becomes much worse than
at present. Several thousand acres
of fine bottom land are involved in
the reclamation project which was put
through several years ago.
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FOR SALE A good piano cheap.
See J. Lee Stone.
Whitener & Martin
FOR RENT One 12-room house
within three blocks of rl print Tfino
location for boarding house. Equip
; ped with all modern conveniences.
J Apply to Z. B. Buchanan or W. X.
,' Reid. QisQf
Hickory Garage is now excellently
equipped to take care of automobile
storage batteries, having purchased
and installed the very latest type of
motor generator set.
The bottom layer
of a box of
CANDIES
delicious morals
and suvrises
as the top layer.
Stone's Cakes
Fresh Today
10c Pkg. 9 oz.
Fregh Celery
Fancy Eating Apples
Maryland Peaches
PREMIER PEANUT BUTTER
Special today loc jar for 10c.
Boiled Ham will arrive Wed
nesday. May we slice you a
pound. Try it "cooked".
Phone 39
Phone 39
COPYRIGHT BYl
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WANTED At once four A-l sub
scription solicitors to solicit sub
scribers to the Hickory Dailv Record.
A good opportunity to make money
Applicants must furnish references.
PP Lat nce R- C Min'ch, Circula
tion Manager, Hickory Daily Record.
See our new Autumn Woolens,
more than 500 of them.
Tailoring, Cierning and Pressing
",V ANTED At once four A-l sub
scription solicitors to solicit sub
scribers to the Hickory Daily Record.
A gocd opportunity to make money
Applicants must furnish references.
Apply at once R. C. Minirh. d'rti1a
ition Manager, Hickory Daily Record.
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NOTICE OF REWARD
L
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Located in
SELZ ROYAL BLUE STORE
Ten dollars reward will be paid for
evidence sufficient to convict the cul
prits who tore down and carried off
the speed limit signboard on High
land corporation line near Lenoir Col
lege on Saturday night, September
n- W. S. STANLEY,
9-13-2t. Mayor.
WANTED At once four A-l sub
scription solicitors to solicit sub
scribers to the Hickory Daily Record.
A good opportunity to make money
Applicants must furnish references.
Apply at once R. C. Minich, Circula
tion Manager, Hickory Daily Record.
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pass away is to give them the Best Burial we can.
Bowles Furniture Company
will save you money on
Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Etc.
SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY
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