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HICKORY DAILY RECORD - , , ..-zLTmn PACE FOUR ttgmW"" IMTTtllll I IMTTTTTTT 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, ONL CENT .PER .WORD. Unless the advertiser has a regular account, all advertisements un this htA are STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE, the g amounts being too small to g warrant a charge.Copy for g BUSINESS LOCALS cannot be g taken over the telephone. g Bowles Furniture Company Coffins und Caskets. WANTED Hustling young single man to travel with manager and solicit among farmers in North Car olina. Countryman preferred. Ad dress F. A. Eckard, Hickory, N. C., General Delivery. 9-171wk. Bowles Furniture Company Coffins and Caskets. 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. USING GOOD NAME IN SELLING GOODS Raleigh, Sept. 25. The state board of health is aroused now over the use HAD RECEIVED $212 AT MID- AFTERNOON The Boy Scouts in their campaign have reached the $212 mark at 3:15 BUSINESS DIRECTORY i FOR RENT Store Room, however will rent to right party for stock, apply at 1205 13th street. 9-23-lwk. WANTED Two boys to sell Saturday Evening Post and Ladies' Home Journal. Apply to Van Dyke Book Shop. 9-21-15 tr FOR SALE No. 5 Oliver Typewriter Good condition. Apply Dr. T. C. Blackburn. 9-24-lt. FOR SALE- -Good stand, only store at Icard, N. C. New house and goods, W. T. McGalliard. Connelly Springs, N. C. 9-25-2t. JAP OFFICIAL DEMANDS AN APOLOGY SEIZURE OF PEARLS San Francisco, Sept. 25. The offi cials at the Panama-Pacific Exposition protested to the Japanese embassy at Washington demanding an apology and the return of fifteen pearls and the books of a private firm's exhibit seized by the agent of the treasury department. Tidewell says the pearls were sent here from the San Diego Exposition, where they are under bond. POLICEMAN SUSPENDED Winston-Salem, Sept. 25. Patrol man T. B. Smothers of the local po lice force has been suspended for 10 days for the reckless use of a pistol. Recently Mr. Smothers shot at a fleeing negro that he thought was wanted by the local authorities. The bull took effect in the negro's foot, but the man was not the one wanteo in this city. oi neaiu. r , afternoon, and it was ex. of the name of . the Doara oy '- , qno mark at 7 selling various supposed sanitary ar-j pected to reach the $300 mark tides in Raleigh and elsewhere. Claim- j o'clock. ing mat tney are wuimu6 m cppiK TK tion with the state board of health and : BRYAN WILL SPEAK IN the Raleigh Civic League, agents have recently, it is said, tried to sell dust- less dusters. The board, it seems, has GREENSBORO OCTOBER 8 noT,shnro. Sept. 25. Former Sec- ess aUSters. ine uuaiu, u, aw, vw , - -0V V.vrp no interest in the dusters or whether retary of State Bryan will speak here Dr. Chas. L. Hunsuker, M. D. Office over Shuford's Drug Store HICKORY, N. C. Residence 825 15th Ave. Phone 92 0ffice 26 Hours 3:30-5 p. m., 7-8 p. m. Calls answered at All iouis TWENTY-FOUR IN 60 DAYS Brevard, Sept. 25. Deputy Collec- fnr operated by four men, one cf Xm?Alf Cancel, was captured and oro mht to the county jail lh. who osvr.ed re ubkess , i -s md viiTH.i s doubtless they are dustless or not, as claimed, but it is interested in the use of its name without permission in the way of recommendation. ON ADULT ILLITERACY October 8 under the auspices of the Young Men's Christian Associate. A large crowd is expected. Mr. Bryan will be the guest here of A. L. Brooks. The state of Kansas has discovered ?T,tror1ncinsr Bermuda grass it Statesville, Sept. 25. Indications ; exterminate dandelions. It is to are that Iredell will not be lacking in , can exterminat the campaign against adult illiteracy be planted on the stateJlus recently inaugurated in North Caro- j which is at present a solid mass ot . lina. The first of the local night j venow blooms. i schools will be established in West J Statesville under the auspices of Mrs. WVTvr T5J f cctted FOR ! B. F. Long, who is a member of the WARNING IS Jf " cxORM committee of 100 appointed by trie j BIG CARRIBEAN STORM State Federation oi women s wuus, which is undertaking the task of j G . or ; Warning establishing schools in mill settle-! Washing ton, Sept 25. ninJ ments. A large room has been secur- , was issued by the weather bureau ior ed for this school, which will open a carrjbean storm raging southeast of about October 1, and Mrs. Anderson, I , Jamaica, and probably mov- ,ir fo nf Mr "hns. k. ttnaerson. is me i "-o ' DR. W. B. RAMSAY Dentist Office over Shuford's Drug Store. Hickory, N. C. CITY COUNCIL J. W. SHUFORD, Mayor S. C. CORNWELL, City Mgr. J. L. ABERNETHY J. A. MORETZ W. A. RUDISILL A. P. WHITENER MM ing west northwest. PROMISING ENTERPRISE volunteer teacher, she to select her assistants. Mrs. Long is now arrang ing for a school in south Statesville. Vi vf November has been JL 11 . . . t l i T J J 1 J a-P aHii uesienatea Dy tne siaie uoaxu w cuu- XT. thneriod when "moonlight" j Asheville Gazette-News schools shall be conducted for illite rates and already 115 Iredell teachers have volunteered to Superintendent Gray for services in this work. JAILED FOR HIS SILENCE Asheville, Sept. 25. Loyalty to his friends will result in the incarcera tion of W. S. Bradley at the city jail for ten days, the defendant being sent to the municipal prison following his refusal to tell Judge J. Frazier Glenn where he purchased his whiskey. He was arraigned on a charge of drunk enness and in compliance with his cus tom Judge Glenn asked him where he bought his whiskey. The prisoner remarked hat he wasn't a Benedict Arnold and said he wouldn't peach on a pal. He was immediately adjudg ed guilty of contempt of court and sent to jail for ten days. PRINCETON FRESHMAN DIES AFTER ANNUAL CLASS RUSH Princeton, Sept. 25. Heart failure, superinduced by participation in the annual class rush of Princeton today caused the death of Stockton Wells, a freshman of Hadison, N. J. The four classes have decided to discontinue the rushes for the year. TV, North Carolina newspaper fra ternity is of course "pulling for" Sam Farabee in his new enterprise, the Hickory Daily Record; and there was probably something closely akin to personal satisfaction in most of us when we looked over the first numb ers of the Record and "found that they were good." Mr. Farabee possibly wVpd in his new venture with some ideals that is his business; but D. F. CLINES'S Palace Barber Shop Only first class workmen employed. Try us once and you will be om regular customer hereafter. Hot and Cold Baths. 1342 Union Square. ' Opposite First National Bank. Clines Barber Shop 1242 Ninth Avenue Opposite Postoffice Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Tub and Shower Baths, Everything New, San itary and Up-to-Date. For a good, smooth shave, neat U.,;- six onxr tin1 nf tnncnril work bUIXIC vw ; liail'LUL Ul M.llJ v. m,v. a glance at the front page of one issue ; yQU will find our Bervice unexcelled. i s 4- V - io rnnnino . mr taw (jrlVHi USA 1K1AL makes us conclude that he is running the paper with some well denned ideas, which, it must be admitted, are often better result getters than ideals. Mr. Farabee has a fine town to engage his best thought and activities ; and the town has an opportunity to take a long step forward by giving the Rec ord the requisite support. Always, no doubt, there will be peo ple who think humor is a tin can tied to a dog's tail. Toledo Blade. . There seems nothing left for the anti-suffragists to do but conduct a football game. Pittsburgh Gazette-Times. nV." r.,viwav savs this is the twen ty-fourth still he has destroyed in this Sunty in something over 60 days. British Horseship Torpedoed. Washington, Sept. 25.-The British horse ship Anglo-Columbian was tor Sedoed and sunk off Rastnet after be Lg chased 78 miles by a subm according to a message from Consul Frost a? Queenstown. The message oIiwaH for the crew, saia iiiue wo . , , i six of whom were Americans, to take the boats. There were no casual ties. FALL JLUNERY From present indications we are go of tiiose old fashion ed millinery seasons. Large hats slightly rolled at the side, sailors with soft floppy brims and soft crowns, m a multitude of varieties seem to have taken the lead, while turbans and tn cones in shapes that just avoid freak ishness are prominently featured. As to trimmings, they are so num erous and varied that space limits a detailed account of them. Ribbon Beltings of all kinds, wide ribbons both plain and fancy are used in va rious ways. Beads of every colored, shape, ornaments of worsted yarns or soutache, or appliques of same ma terial on the brims or around the crowns are the new features that tend to make this season's hats look decid edly new. Velvets, especially Lyons, Georgette Satins, are most in vogue. Quite a few panne velvets are worn by the Elite. L. Colors are Navy, Alsatian Green, Alsace Blue (a dull shade) and Wine, while Black is as popular as ever. Our display of Hats and all othet millinery products is now ready for you and in order to give you prompt attention kindly see us before the rush comes on for your Fall Hat, Suit or Coat, ,T . Yours Very Truly, tHpWv. N. C. W. T. SLUDUU I vflT .U - vie! x fas s s (Recause iJecause iecausc is delicious it is1 re&eslm 1 " T vlij f f t is ihirst-cpervchii And because if is he oombiiiioit of the ihree.That marks Gpca-Coia as a distinctive b ever 35c. Demand the genuine and avoid disappointment P.. 1 ) Whenever Sou see an Arrow thinh JGocQ-Cola THE COCA-COLA CO. fttlairta.Ga. '' ... . ,x Subscribe for The Daily Uamn nccnnnnnnnnnnncnncaonncnnncnnncnonnnca V When it comes to stoves, heaters or laundry stoves of quality and duri- bility we have what you want. The Lorain Heater is n coal saver and lrivts you more heat for the coal burn ed than any heater in the market. The Lorain Range is the "Cook's friend" as it is the finest baker and quickest heater that has ever been put before the public. Call and see our line. Remember we carry a complete of up-to-date furniture and cook ing utensils. R. F. Hendley Furniture Exchange. 31 S3 SSI E3 a a a a n a a a m S9 a S3 13 S3 Z3 a 89 a a a a a a a a a a a a Men s . 1116 j M. E. CLINE Hickory, N. C. W. T. SLUUM. 1 mm jrm wm w k m-m m mm mm mm mm c mm w-m K:m m.m mm m mm ci m m ma u 11 r v t M - h ill tw - -p -trap m f; II ITMH 11 11 M U c m m 1 iw if-a n 145 aws 1 mteas mm k. K'.m K.a mr.m csikmkb k- m w-' m m ?m w m m m mm m . k m-it ma m .m m . m m m m- m a m m m m.-m -.a v - -. f Sim " Km m m mm When you want the best fitting shoes made on the latest and correct lasts you should at once think of our stock. Walk-Over Reynolds Clapp $3.50 to $4.50 - $5.00 $6.00 to $7.00 n m m m El m E3 E3 12 U Boys Good Shoes $2.00 to $3.50 Remember we can fit you in your correct size and width. a a a a a m a a a w n S B Clo Co. mm& ' At $9 Less Than Standard Prices The kitchen cabinet you have been waiting for IS HERE! Just out years before people expected it. A high- grade labor-saving cabinet at a price within reach of every woman. HO0SIER wins again as it did when it gave the wrorld the first flour bin above the base. There is truly no kitchen cab inet on earth like this new Hoo sier wonder. decvpbwd tpact-mclutttrtd partitions m itnnmmmum iub Theatre Today "The Warning on the Wall," A Two Reel Kalem Feature. Detective Story. "Ingorma of the Hills," Essanay, Amesteru Drama. Open From 2:30 to 10:30 oretz-wmtener "The Quality Shop. Zm 2?l Church Directory Presbyterian. Rev. J. G. Garth, pastor, G. W. Hall, superintendent, Sunday school, 3:45; Men's Bible class in main au iitorium. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Covenanters meet Sun iay at 3 p. m., W. W. McComb, lead 2r; Myriams at 4 p. m., Mrs. E. B. Menzies, leader. Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening 7:30. Reformed Church. Rev. Dr. Lyerly, dean of Claremont College, will fill the pulpit at the morning services and the pastor will preach at night. At night the "junior choir will sing. Special music at the morning service. Subject of the even- ing service by the pastor will be "The Leopard's Spots." First Baptist. Rev. J. D. Harte, pastor. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., C. W. Ellington, sup erintendent. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. 4ntftttHtttfflt:nnnnttHM West Hickory Methodist. . Rev. E. O. Smithdeal pastor. No service at 11 a. m. Union service at 7:15 p. m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., W. L. Newton superintendent; Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. MARTIN J. HEINICKE, Pastor. St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Rev. J. E. Brrb, pastor. Divine service tomorrow at 3 p. m. Text: Heb. 4:9-13. Th-me: 'There Re maineth a Task for the People of God." At four o'clock a mssting of the young people will be held. All the young people are invited to attend this meeting. Ascension Episcopal. Rev. S. B. Stroup, rector. Com munion at 7:30 a. m. Sunday school at 9:45, Marshall Yount, superinten dent. Morning service and sermon 11 a. m.; evening 7:45. Prayer meet ing, Wednesday evening at 7:30. Christ Evangelical Lutheran. Sunday services in the morning with communion at 10:45 a. m. Prepara tory service at 10:15. Evening ser vice at 7:30 p. m. Subject of the morning service: "The Unstinted Grace of God." Luke 7:11-17. Sug ject of the evening: "The Parable of the Treasurer in the Field." Matt. 13:44. Every woman in this land needs a Hoosier, and now is the opportunity you have been wait ing for. Come at once and see what this cabinet will do for YOU. Come early tomorrow. 800,000 Hoosiers already have been sold. This small lot will go like hot cakes when women sea the remarkable ways the:e new Hoosiers save labor, time and money. The sale ends when they are gone. Your Choice of 5 Four other new Hoosier'' Cabinets are introduced tin this sale each a wonderful value. Compare them with the Hoosier Wonder and select your choice. Hoosier Special. Midway between Hoosier Wonder and Hoosier Beauty in convenience equal to Hoosier beauty in size. Hoosier Beauty. The National Step Saver; greatly improved; most prac tical kitchen cabinet in the world, out sells all others. Roll Door Hoosier. The only kitch en cabinet with sanitary, removable roll doors. No cubby holes or pock ets to breed dirt. Hoosier De Lux. This is Hoosier Beauty, white enameled all over a cabinet of remarkable beauty. S12K2!5. WONDER" uLunaara rrice Notable Features "Cleanliness" and "convenience" are Hoosidr watchwords. Note the improved sanitary end where no dust can lodge. The wide uncluttered cupboard space above the tabK The deep roomy drawers. The pure alumnium table. The high-grade white enamel cup boards on all models. , These and forty labor-saving de vices give the Hoosier unrivaled con venience. The men who make Hoosier Cabi nets take pride in the fact that no Hoosier yet has worn out you can buy any Hoosier with assurance of lasting service. Pay Only $1 You now can afford ohe of these nc Hoosiers at the present bargain prut--no matter what your income. Pick out the Hoosier you want an-i have'it delivered a once, paying only $1; thes mall balance is divided ini weekly payments of $1 each; not a penny extra for interest or fees. The Hoosier Company insists that this introductory sale be at the new low fixed price greatly reduced by factory savings through enormous sales. You must remember though that every other thrifty woman will var.t one of these Hoosiers too, and you must act at once before this lot i gone. FURNITURE First Methodist. Rev. A. L. Stanford, pastor. Serv ices at 11 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Sun day school at 9:45, G. F. Ivie, sup erintendent. Prayer meeting, Wed nesday evening at 7:30.