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" HICKORT DAILY BSCORP Hickory Daily Record PuMlifc! by th Cay Prtatia Co. Eery E Tenia Except Saaday TELEPHONE lT . round and tie south would have been she goat. Apparently the farmer did not lis- ten to the' falsa prophets, but sat ataad7 in the beat. Cotton has gone ; higher day b7 day, and it seems that ; the high water mark has not been j reached. Probably more cotton is be- Ing ised' in the manufacture ex?ic- j-rr: than has been realized, otu tne ; beat reason for the advance may be , focr.d in the fact that American mills - -r cfca-.ged, will pleae stav ' - he:r rm iriation both OLD and .wheels are hamming and prty 'V it-iwfc. is here. ,. . , m.vie to trie S!2- ''.-.''Dertmer.'t promptly. City Hko'ild call 17 regard.ng fif.Ti.SCErPTTON" BATES: a sHoncus oppoTinity on tee iuvjut of the universe.' Another pro-German p-aaocatio At a dinner and theatre party re- ; oeaiisi- ; wnicn caa schism eu a. tieuiuiiu. xauuu- --sw-jr - ? , VarrrA nety, brings the crime of murder , fal debutante jg3 ! home to our administration. In a fa-; measure because Senator Bn w ; rlous outburst in defense of Dr. Dam-; been selected for her escort, says at . k ?- --a!-: a.-.rr-a na T-irf, T-rshI:is.-1 ?vbodv7a Magazine. Tne poor gji- S. Ef. FAP-A3ZZ. 7. c. irrf.r.EB P.. C MTNTCH Editor ...Manager ; .AdT. Uzr. ib'f.rMrt ivtlr.r.g the address cf The Observer says that a member -.f the Charlotte delegation which went to Raleigh to pro iv tin ivicr ejj.se O-e O.-.e 7' m :". r.'.'"r.hs . ee '.c 2.f'0 1.00 .40 ' 7 '.C ff.fjr.fCATTOV OFFICE: U02 ELEVENTH AVENUE seaament of MeckLenb rounty retorts that the corporation - -tnrii.-:':or. urn set and ready for the The commission ha i deSnite c 2e 'lata on is si-ie, '.i. croteatanta had generalitiea. Tn lf klenbur y lands are aseise ! lower ".ban in adjoining counties or town-?h:-pa, and che Charlotte men had roth-;-.g no -7 txon tnrcrms its readers aiau Tne m- , propriety of Dr. Dumba was technical , merely. His real object was to save his countrymen from treason and : fratricide. The Borgias practiced mur- der as a f ne art. We have established i murder as a legitimate industry. Not ' content with that noble achievement, our state department attempts to make fratricide compulsory." i Yet these journals are easily out done. How interesting to observe that the New York Tribune does the : trick cf surpassing them in serene malignity. Of the Lusitania victims : it declares: "Their deaths are just as charge ; able to the Wilson administration as i the deaths of those American boys : Tvho wore cur uniforms and went to : Vera Cruz in obedience to executive order. The Lusitania victims were sacrificed because the administration , had said what it did not mean and had let the German government know that it did not mean "what it had said." eet-temnered conclusion was almost in" tears from "2ftf sf "But mother," she protested, 'what ever can i taii to mm auwui. . The mother smiled. like ' him, dear; every one does. It was late that night when the debutante came running mto her mother's boudoir, a happy flush on her young cheek- "I've had a perfecwT dandy timeT,T she announce.!, ;4i- J uhink the Senators fine, na xsnt u all wat I expected him to be. W hyy we ha"dnrt gone too blocks before we -- fa!lHT- ahrtTit neas m 12. au i.eiS. Cotton Sold Again. It was a butcher shop with a fine display of tongues for 3ale, according to the Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. r.4.4a.TTtr . nar, rushed in. "I loney Loaned on Beginning at once, the First National Bank will Loan Money on Cotton For the benefit of Farmers in our community, and partic ularly our customers, we hare arranged to store cotton m the warehouse of the A. A. Shaford Cotton MiB, and will loan Tnree Fourtha Value on all cotton brought in- We have ample capital to enable us to help the farmers in oiar section hold their crops to be marketed nnder best conditions. say T : .-7. i.H -ertOT.i. . i.jio, 4' ri-nde matt. r.t -j''- he act ;orr :e at if H.rh - S OC J A TETi P K ES S R EPO BTS :ress ot rreai.ter- r.t.: on rwenty-fivft Years of Leno: Gi:Ieg5,'T ihlished yeaterda?, was Ltterearjg A inspiring. It gave u- a giimrse j ,vne of the difficulties the pij.-eera 1 C'j is rea Un. . -.C iheii that the president of the is is a.so 1 a jco nless hypo- murderer : IOO . in estao listing tms HJCKORV. N. C. September 2., 13 15. tereii ille-.-e. arid ' also gave c? v:s::n ot e greater ft tare. The article w-as t II worth the attention of Record CONCERNING TAXES. T.".'. t.l it '.ee-H the rea.son? put forta v- oorporation comrnissior. in its ,;.-;c deiir.ifig to reduce the assess a r-'-al sror.erty in Catawba and he gasped, "there's a big black . dog running down the street witn a tongue in its mouth. " "Is there The beast!" shouted the butcher, seizing a chopper and rushx ourse, the' New "York Tribune believes : out of the shop after the canine thief. He caught a glimpse ot a dog answer ing the description at the street cor ner and gave chase, but after rare dodging and twisting he lost sigfit Oi. ; the animal. . . "Have you seen a big biacx aog wit a tongue in his mouth?" he askei of a group of loiterers- -With a tongue in its moutn T said one, laughing. "Did you ever see one First 'la'donal Hickory, N. C. Bank Representative Doughton is quoted as opposing a big army and navy, and is not in favor of tinkering much ...... ,,, P-.rA will rot feel . srith the tariff. If the Ashe gentleman i;-.poHe.-; to corr.r.ier.t. It has beer, of tr.e opinion that the commission was endeavoring to do its d:ity, and Record ha.n atoheii and waitei. the We v w decil e tie mar.ters. note that ou.tft a few people think the Meo.ienfirg increase was rtgnt .rn ner are o. ir.r: oju-'m ar.oe in Cataoa 'was not i mitl on he can do iout straining .tin. Big and : are susceptible of almost any of interpretation. tnat, for it fceueves that tne sinking jf she Lusitania was murder. The New York paper is going some,. Horace Greeley, who- founded it, spent a good part of the four years of the Civil war viciously snapping at Abra ham Lincoln and assailing him for al leged crimes and misdemeanors- Bat he never placed the responsibility for wholesale murder on Lincoln's bent shoulders nor berated him as a con temptible hypocrite when brewing a massacre. Bat the pro-German press and the Tribune sort deserve jubilant con gratulations. They have met at last on common ground. Joy to them! Capital and Sorplns $300,000.00. MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. "Sold!" mutter eu tne cuxener, 'J he returned and found that ail his tongues had gone as well as the two thieves who had taken them. &1 i,ar tne a.': 4 tnat ;;a.?.or.a0ie. As for tne rep-vrt that the commiss- It seems right to us that our for eign friends like Caruso and others iho'ild pay the federal income tax, and the ruling by the treasury department ought not to worry many folks. His Redeeming Trait. Chicago Herald. A young man was sitting in a bar ber shop looking at a magazine when an old farmer, with a little knowledge or appreciation of literary people, step pel up behind his chair and look ed over his shoulder. "Who's them?" he inquired, point-' ingto a group of portraits. "Well-known authors and play- iBiiuflBiiii.B.iifliiBi.HjiJiJiniiiiiiniiiixiiiiiflxiiiiiiiiiiiinfln fw "Sells for Less Profit" ion telegraphed ahout increasing tne as ne , intent to 20 per cent in this coun ty, tne Record feels sure that it was Home hat garbled in the transmission. That -vouid nvt have been the proper sort of telegram, in the first place, and Pam. ':.-;.-i nave accornpiiSneu no gooi ur--o-.ne, in the second place. What the commission is endeavoring to do, we have aisimed ail along, it is to equal -.;:e taxe-a as much as possible. The members have r.o desire to make ene m.en by unnecessary acts. The remedy for those counties which have had the.. assessments increased in a io - er tax rate. It is a simple th.ng to reduce tne rate, as was done by tne Hickory city council, and at tne :-.ame time to collect as much for tne expenses of government. By reducing the rate the small property -owner, v-ho usuahy pays his t share of the taxes, will get off a little easier, while the larger property-own- H er will pay practically the same. A g low tax rate certainly is to the advan- 5 age of the majority of the people. :.- It is a fact that knitting mills in this section have more orders on hand than they can fill in several months, .vlost of them have no reason to corn- Most of the papers are discussing the game of football. It probably has its drawbacks, but they are not as good as some full backs. Help! vith warehouse ar ;ties a-plenty, Hickory should s f rt wngnts, was tn "Humph! ejaculated the farmer, contemptuously. "Just' wri tin' fellers." Then he caught sight of an author with a long, solemn face, and his eyes sparkled. "That's the one I like," he said with decision, putting his finger on the writer's mournful countenance. "Oh, yes; nearly every one likes him," agree.! this young man. His humorous writings are " "Don't know nothing about his writ in, out I ii-ice his f ace. ' -Why so?" " "Cause he's the only fellow that looks like he was sorry for what he'd cor " j lot ot cotton for eleven cents. hat w: I r..K be sold Since July 1st there have beer censed tne secretary- ot state II- iew automobiles I Senator Hoke Smith may sell all his -.ottcn to the Germans for 16 .-cnts, del Vt. red at Bremen. Go to it, Hoke. cms state. Estimated at an average of J600 each, which is considered conserva tive, this represents $1,60,000 invest ed in automobiles within less than three months. H El a a m 13 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Cakes Celery Fresh today, Oranges, Pears, For Sunday dinner. Stones Bananas, Eating apples. Toy cakes ioc. Boiled Ham Corby Genuine Cooked, No bone, no skin. J Sliced or wnole. No waste. Pound Cakes at 25e per pound. Cheese Will arrive Saturday. Fresh Philadelphia Cream Pi- .. menio cream, Develed cheese, FlOUr Switzer, Edam, Pineapple cheese. , v i i Ripe Olives Always Reliable . , . J Have you tryed npe oaves. Try a Sack. Buy a can for 20c. Whitener & Martin 'Phone 39. 'Phone 39. a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 5, 10 and 25c Good All Kinds AT 4 a f a a 0 5 a f a a 1 F5 $4 W. L. & T. W. Boatright Successors to Knox 5 & 10c Stor onnnssnnosnsisssnnsnnnnnnnnnisniinnnnnnnnnBi PRESS COMMENT Your Health and Happiness Depend on the Condition of Your Spinal Colnnn Cheese Factories. Alleghany Star. ! Watauga has a cheese factory &i Cove creek and Ashe at urassy creek. ; Both of tnese are co-operative and a R E I' N I O N I N WA S H INGTON. The 4ith annual reunion of the Grand Army of the Republic in Wash ington next week will be an occasion movement is on foot to organize more; , -,r.:rr. .v,,, CcfVc-rcf of them. Government experts claim crtn rea'iing aoout. oatnereo , . , c ... . , . , ... , , ' tnat Ashe, Allegnany and atauga i ;n tne nat.onal capital will be the arft far ahead G aRy oi the western; .";r.:.ant:i of that once formidable host; -heese districts in advantages, and the was formidable or else it product of the lactones estaolished CHIROPRATTC ( Ki-ro-prak-tik.) r c-. -r wo .id have succeeded in forcing ; are far superior to tnat ot the western . , . . , , , lactones. The government experts' Le to surrender his tired handxul of -3 that a factor? shail be located eterans at Appomattox in April, Ufa. about every four miles, thu3 making Is the only Scientific Philosophy and Art that has thoroughly teste.! and proved that disease is caused by interruption of mental impulses, as they pass through the nerves, at the ir.tervetebrial foramina wherever the vertabrae ( spinal bones) are not in perfect alignment with each other. Such conditions are subluxations, which impinge the nerves that pass through these ODenina-s thershv int-pr- impuise Tne line has thinned since Septem-; it an her, I '-A't, when President Johnson re- milk, viewed the triumphant hosts, and the! veterans wiil live not in tents, but in the Old census building. easier matter to gather the A Considerate Judge. Winston-Salem Journal. Many things have happened since , erate 0f happiness of the unf or- i the first Grand Army parade. The ; tunate fellows wnen he refrained from f'.rf -eaters occupied the big tent for sentencing tnose V, axe county negroes but soon they were forced to terms on the road3 which wouia ek i'i.li;, U-Jli. n'rj.i uiirij i-j. vt. L . - , ...... . - o - - c IT! t- c r-. r cs thic.Tl'.h I nir -ry o r r. y r Into tne side snow and now they are, (iatfcrrneion timfei too. Still, he might in the museum curosities, freaks as well have sent 'em up for a year ' and monstrosities where they belong. 1 and been done with it, for what does a 1 We have heard of invitations extended '' care for the rest of the year : , , ., T. .. , it ne 3 got to dig away on the lusty by the Grand Army to the L rated foarJ aU day and t chamed in the bed ; Confederate Veterans and in IS 13 ; all night during 'possum and 'tater f v. as witnessed a joint encampment on ; and sanmon beer tune ? tV.e. f.e-r rf ( XV:a,utv. whfere Lee - I ...... ' . j and Meade fought the decisive battle j Canada's Big Army. of the war. What is more, the vet- j "gn romt enterprise. . f-ran.H enjoyed themselves heartily on j nie ominion of Canada expects , . ft, v.c.i- soon to have for her an unpreceed- tnat occasion, despite the intense neat. . , u, i , , , , , c ... ; entedly large number of men under Time had cooled the fire that in them , arm3 Xhe numbtr of armed troop3 , had burned. j in round figures will be somewhat over ; We are now beholding a president of ; 200,000. When 12 battalians recently 1 southern birth occupying the white authorized reach England there will ! , , : .... be, roughly estimated, 100,000 Cana-1 house, a Confederate veteran sitting , dian, uropf be.jde3 'thg JJ0 as chief justice of the highest court in training in the Dominion, 10,000 in i in the land, and we are not beholding ' the home garrisons and 1,500 else-; c-omplirnents. Instead the coun-! vhere- It is now planned to issue in a ! - Vcr- r,r'tcMl rV.nt it Mr : veek r two a call for 50,000 more vol . j . ratr.er grateiUl tnat it naa jar., .i . , . J mteers, uhich will make a total of ....or in the white house. 211,500 men in uniform. Upwards of1 j W.OOO Canadians have crossed into AL.SE I'KOI'IIETS SQUELCHED. France and Flanders, and it is esti-; With cotton selling around eleven ; mated that the total Canadian casu cfcf.U and quoted for future delivery f'ties are about 15,000. The British; , , . . dependence to the north of U3 i3 hold-' at twelve cents where are those pea-; inj? up her end in the giganL ; jtimistic boy 3 who saw calamity falling gie in which the mother country is j upon the south in great pile3 ? Where -ngaged. j is Hoke Smith now ? Where are j ; those brave lad3 who wanted to rear Where Extremes Meet in Criticism and y causing disease m tne tissue in which the nerve tenn? with the tyi6nfa! consequent organs or ends. Chiropractic further proves that scientific adjustments will be followed by the return of health. Chiropractors do not use medicines, drugs, knife or anything that is used to treat effects. Office Hours 3:30 to 5:30 and 7 to 8 P. M. Graduate of PALMER SCHOOL, "CHIROPRACTIC FOUNTAIN HEAD" Member of UNIVERSAL CHIROPRACTORS ASSOCIATION TELEPHONE Fourteenth Street. 'A X 9 ! Morning 1 i r W0 tf K3 Chiropractic is no longer in its in fancy. There are thousands of com petent Chiropractors throughout the land who have graduated from ex cellent schools, founded since the dis covery of this wonderful science. Millions of happy patients testify to its merits. Chiropractic adjustments never do harm. They are quickly given by means of a skilful movement of the hands alone. This method, however, is not massage, neither is it os teopathy, surgery, Christian Science, nor the practice of medicine, but it is- in harmony with the modem spirit of progress which demands results. If you are sick, no matter what part of the body is affected and have tried everything else, try Chiroprac tic adjustments and get well. Chiropractic is right and Good Health you owe yourself. Consultation and Analysis Free SlBOBnBBBIlBBnBnDQOOlinBSfSHreMlfFie a a a m a a a a a a a Meet Opportunity H?lf W - n a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a When oportunity arrives, be financiaUv equipped for the un expected opening. Deposit regularly in a Savings Account in this institution and quickly accumulate a substantial sum that is earning: 4 per cent all the time. It only takes S1.00 to open an account. Come in and do it today. ickory irusl THE PEOPLE'S BANK. Bankin: & 9 p. Co, jjllllll n 1111 -- I TRY A RECORD WAN up and smite Great Britain a few weeks ago? To be frank about it, they probably are telling their con stituents that their protests against Springfield Republican. The current criticism of the presi- i dent of the United States that is near-' est to ripe wisdom and absolutely con- j vincing effect comes from two dis-: Si ' : "flji, .-.". even trv L. the r--ii-h cu at the English policy of making cotton j similar and widely separated sources contraband have resulted in giving the faimer3 a living price Our friend the Newton Enterprise gave some level-headed advice about the time there wa3 agitation to cut off supplies to the entente allies in retalia tion for placing cotton on the contra band list. The Enterprise was aware that Austria and Germany consumed On the one side' i3 the extf.eme pro- German press, with whose shafts' the country is familiar. The Milwaukee j Free Press, controlled by Milwaukee ! German-Americans, denounces the f president's entire course and threat- j en3 Mr. Wilson with political anni hilation. But, more threatening still, it says: "Unless the self-sufficient provincial in the white house wakes up one of these fine mornings to the ! c;rt is cciiect-. Ousting, Cleaning ad Polishing All at One Time vay to cleaa a hardwood floor was to dust it, then clean it, then olish it. A half-day's task lots of back-breaking work and ; the result was not always satisfactory. -:v way with the O-Cedar Polish .Mop you dust, clean and nee. iiasy, cusck and satisfactory. No stooping or bending ng. You simply pars the mop o-er the floor all" the dust anH and heid and the hoor is given a hard, durable, lasting polish. A r r.v miauiv- easy work and the result is always satisfactory. Vi only a small part of American cotton, 1 reali.z,ati?n ,that h.e more than a! nrACi!r1&nr rf -.n-t A nvl-.Mnv.: A. at a. i and it was quick to realize that the.'Ke i, i r rfrerideSof 1 the I south faced a far greater disaster if American people, he will live to div i the extremists should be permitted to ' cover a situation in this country that I drive the American government tol11 make him down in American! action. It would have meant loss aUifJfSftw 3 isruPtionis of " a" the noblest nation that was ever given for creawng ztA dusting everywhere not only the floors, but the tops of door., tne stairs and banisters, etc. Everywhere, all the hard-to-get-at-places. You don't have to rr.ove the beds and heaw furniture, vou can rearh unr!r Ms;i the Yaadle of the mop is 54 inches long. ' Try It at Our Risk The price of the O-Cefiar Polish Mop ia only 75c to Jl JO " and w - mif f lTJlKhtraaA-lf-a:tfcr trial? n do"tt fiS7ttSS ir-T- ,!i fV7, re,pect; JUe know you will find it the most satisfactorybSSe you ever used. Abernetny Hardware Co. T?"i!?IS!??'! ! ! ! I ! ! I! ', j ,' I ! ! ; ; ; : : ? : 1 1 1 1 1 1 " " r ' .i , , i. m America's Greatest Value in Automobiles is the 1916 Si f 1 uu rive rasserger Cix-ylircer -3 r.. r. I - i-J - V,l,r0 :n Uc J Li D ne: r-n i in-w t unu-iu-i itau iTioiur - rnce J70 j.uu ll 1 R O R Flint 1Vt;u j i Riddle & Menzies, Agents a j i polish m lie Vjrsiii F3&i aieai ccxsna .. -.,C-S.