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Hickory Daily Record
Published by the Clay Printing Co.
Every Evening Except Sunday.
TELEPHONE 16? '
S. H. Farabee - Editor
j C. Miller VManger
H. M. Miller Adv. Mgr.
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their paper changed, wiU pleay iUw
in their communication both ULU ana
NEW addresses.
To insure efticicnt delivery, com
plaints bV.o-.U1 bo made to the Sub
scription Department promptly. Uty
Hubscrib.'rn should call t57 reading
complaints.
SlinSCKM'TION HATES
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One week
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1402 ELEVENTH AYHNUK
Entered as second class matt r Sep
tember 11. M5, at the postoi. ee :.;
Hickory, N. C, under the act of Mu,ui
3, 1879.
ASSOCIATED PRESS KEl'OKl S
SATURDAY. NOV. 25. 1916
WOMEN IN WAR
Although we are accustomed to
think of women as belonging to the
home, the fact is that 3.21U.000 wom
en are employed outside their own
homes in the British Isles. This rally
ing of the women to the cause of the
empire in wartime will make it diffi
cult for parliament to deny them the
right to vote, it is declared. During
the first two years the Associated
Press informs us, the increase of
women workers in the British Isles
was SCG.OOO, and of these 76G.000 di
rectly replaced male labor.
A note from Rev. C. L. Crane the
other day told of women waitresses
and street car operatives in Bordeaux,
France. It is the same way in every
part of the republic, and in the Ger
man empire the women workers are
many.
Throughout Europe the women are
doing as effective work as the men.
In a war like that raging abroad the
whole resources of the countries ars
drawn on, and if the men give most ii
is because they are sent to the firing
line and not because of the unwill
ingness of the women to share the
dangers of the first line.
RUMANIAN JEWS HOPE
ALLIES WILL LOiSE WAR
(By Associated Press.)
Toerzburg, Transylvania. Prison
ers of war being not unwilling to
please their captors, their statements
must be taken with a large pinch of
salt. Though there be no officer of
the enemy present, the prisoner of
war cannot be sure that his state
ments do not become known to the
powers into whose hands the fortune
of war has placed him.
The Associated Prest. corresjxjdent
was able to interview here today two
score Rumanian officers and men who
had fallen into captivity near JKucar,
some twenty miles south of here. No
central power officer was within
earshot.
One of the first men questioned
won l?niim .Tew. a man of some
fj.i.iciitic n and standing. He had
iorved as a private. Unblushingly
ho said that he had looked for a
chance to surrender. Questioned
vhy, tho man almost flew into a rage.
I ;lo could not see why a Jew should
! fifrht for a government which in times
-' peace gave him no vote and no
ut in the affairs of his country. He
-.ic; e l that the central powers would
,' :t Bucharest in a few days and hang
I .n sill. esDeeiallv Britianu and
take Jonescu who has so needlessly
involved the country in war. Six
other .lews were a little timid in their
exressions but seemed to heartily
agree with their spokesman.
Captured officers are non-interview-able
as rule. The code, as well as
tact, forbids that they be questioned
but one of them, a tall handsome fel
his opinion that the war was ''une sale
affaire" a dirty business.
MUSHROOMS SOAR
IN PRICE IN BERLIN
PREPAREDNESS PREACHERS
Sir Hiram Stevens Maxim, whose
death occurred in London Friday,
preached preparedness in aeronautics
to the British people, and it is due to
his insistence that the British Isles
today are not a better target for Zep
pelins .
Lord Roberts preached prepared
ness for many years and the old man
was laughed at by Liberal England,
whosi statesmen did not believe a
war like this could occur. They did
not know the Hapsburgs and Hohen
zollerns, and they could not forsee
what actually did happen during the
first year and a half of the war.
Americans have been wont to rid
icule those who have preached pre
paredness. Ilobson has been laugh
ed at. and Roosevelt, who is respon
sible for what preparedness we are
poing to have, is not in much favor
in many quarters. Personally, any
one will revolt at the idea of getting
ready for war; but there are many
things to consider.
(By Associated Press)
Berlin, Nov. 21. For no explain-'
able reason except speculation mush
rooms have soared in price to such a
height that the authorities are be-1
ing called on to step in, establish
maximum prices, or take some similar
measure to keep within reach of the
common people.
This season bushrooms are so
plentiful that the price paid by the
wholesaler to those who gather them
range from 30 to 40 pfenings a pound.
Even at this low rate, families desir
ing the summer madef rom 80 to 100
marks a day by making excursions in
to the country and picking as many
mushrooms ts they could carry.
Notwithstanding, this superabuiy
dance of the plants has not tended in
tl.2 slightest to keep the retail prico
down. Today mushrooms sell at re
tail from 110 to 125 pfenings abroad.
Sir Knights
A conclave of Hickory Commandery
No. 17 K. T. will be held Monday af
ternoon November 27 at 4:30. Work
in R. C. and K. T.. Sir Knights
requested to be present.
J. H. PATRICK, E. C.
F. A. Henderson, Rec.
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COULDN'T LIVE IN STYLX
ON SALARY, STOLE JEWELS
,New York, Nov. 25. Arthur P.
Daggett for years a trusted employe
of the Farmers' Loan and Trust Com
any, told the police that the strug
gle to live in a fashionable suburb
on a small salary caused him to take
the pewelry valued at $60,000 own
ed by Mrs. E. H. Harriman. Nearly
all of the jewelry has been recover
ed Daggatt, 42 years old and married,
was the guardian of the trust com
oany vault where the widow of the
railroad capitalist Kept mw
He is charged with grand larceny.
(By Associated Press)
a trfrionrl Nov. 25. The
American Club at Oxford University
at its last meeting defeated by a
small majority a resolution fo- tje
discontinuance of the use of its funds
for the purchase of liquors. The re
solution bore the signatures of &
of the members but it was defeated
by a vote of 35 to 28.
SPECIAL TRAIN TO RICHMOND
VTA
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
Annual Football game . Between Uni
versity of North Carolina and Univer
sity of Virginia, Thanksgiving Day,
Thursday, November 30th, 1916.
The Southern Railway will operate
special train consisting of first clas3
day coaches and Standard Pullman
sleeping cars, leaving Charlotte at
8:45 p. m. Wednesday, November 29
1916 arriving Hull Street Station,
Richmond. Thanksgiving morning at
7:35. Returning, special train will
leave Richmond, Hull street station
at 10:30 p. m., November 30th.
Following round trip fares will ap
nlv from stations named:
Charlotte $5.00
Gastonia - $5.
Concord 4-50
lln 5.25
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Greensboro 3.00
Marion 5.50
Morganton 5.50
HICKORY 6.W
Salisbury 4.00
Statesville 4.50
Fares from all intermediate sections
rm same low basis.
Passengers from branch line
points will use regular trains to and
from main line junction points con
nop tine with the soecial train.
Ttiic 5a the last nnnortunitv of the
season to visit Richmond and its many
attractions at low cost, in addition
to attending the annual loot Dan
game which is the biggest one played
d urine- the season.
Pullman reservations must be made
in advance.
For further information and Pull
man. reservations ask any agent of
the southern Kauway, or write
R. H. DeBUTTS, D. P. A.
Charlotte, N. C.
Every bottle a full measure. Every bottle inspected, sterilized
and thoroughly cleansed before filling. Insure oyurself against
unsanitation. Call for
THE VOLUNTEERS
Tho Record takes pleasure in call
ing the attention of its readers to the
article of Rev. J. G. Garth on the
Volunteers of America. Mr. Garth
and others have investigated the Vol
unteers and have found them wor
thy. The point is. not that these peo
p'e do good work, for that is ad
mitted, but whnt are we going to do
to aid them? Only a few days ago
Chief Lentz carried Captain Coy to
a house in Hickory, where a sick moth
. er and six small children were oc
cupying one squalid room. They need
clothing, bed clothing, food and a
stove. Captain Coy will reach peo
ple that never see. the inside of a
church and the Volunteers will do
good work here if they are helped.
iSince the railroads formerly con
trolled most of the legislation affect
ing them, they should not be surprised
because the pendulum swung. As a
matter of fact, the people today are
ready to give the railroads a fair
show and there is not that hostility
to them that was prevalent a few
days ago.
Colonel Roosevelt is being spoken
of as the Republican candidate for
president in 1920 and while we don't
believe he will be nominated we are
confident he was the party's one best
bet in 1916, but the leaders wouldn't
have him.
William J. Bryan is to visit Raleigh
December 4 and the Chamber of Com
merce will give him a banquet. Mr.
Bryan is partial to North Carolina,
largely because of Secretary Daniels.
It looks as if Rumania is going the
way of Belgium and Serbia, but things
have looked bad before and then
turned out better.
THE REMEDY WTTHO'DT A BE-
FOR RHEUMATISM
AND BLOOD DISORDERS
There Is an L-Kheumo dealer In
your town -he will clve your money
baok If you are not benefited.
Look for the Big L
N. B. We would prefer that you
buy t-Rhumo from our regular
Dealers, but If for any reason, you
would rather purchase by mall, we
will send L-Rhiumo to you Parcels
Post Prepaid, on receipt of 1 1.00 per
bottle. MONHT.BACK GUARANTEE
enclosed In each Carton.
CHAPMAX-ALKXANDER
LABORATORIES, Inc.
805 Commercial Bank Building.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
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L-Rheumo is now on sale under an absolute Money back Guarantee of
Satisfaction, by our Distributor for Hickory,
LUTZ DRUG STORE
Call for it by name: L-Rheumo. T ake no substitute. L-Rheumo is
$1.00 per bottle, no more, no less. Kit is offered for- any other price, it
is not L-Rheumo.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
PBEHIEB CARRIER OF THE 80UTH
WE8T BOUND
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By way of a guess, we should say
Army will come through by 30 or
40 points in the game with Navy today.
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Call at our plant and see Co-sa-Cola Bottled and be convinced.
LIVES NEAR BRUSSELS
(By Associated Press.)
Amterdam, Netherlands, The Tel-
egraaf's frontier correspondent learns
that Empress Charlotte, widow ot
Emperor Maximilian of Mexico, still
resides at the castle ot Jboischou.t,
near Brussels. The castle and the
park have not besn to ached by the
Germans and soldiers are forbidden
to enter the grounds. The Empress
has never been informed of the war
but often asks why King Albert and
Queen Elizbeth do not visit her any
more.
The Empress Charlotte has been
suffering from insanity for many
years.
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FRENCH AVIATOR MAKES
OBSERVATION OF BIRDS
(By Associated Press. 1
Paris, Nov. 25. A French army
avitor, Captain G , when not dir
ecting the squadron he commands,
gives his attention to the ways of
certain birds in the air.
(He has observed that swallows
when migrating fly at an elevation of
about 800 yards, while wild ducks,
at a similar period, fly as high as
2 000 yards. The green-necked spe
cies, he roted, flew at about 85 miles
an hour when mounting and about 95
miles when in horizontal flight. Lap
wings were seen by the aviator at
over a mile and a half high.
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up Sysr
The Old Standard general strengthening
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives sir.
Malaria.enriches the blood, and builds up the fays
tern. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c.
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Brother Odd Fellows invited. jj
Meets every Tuesday night, at j
7 :30 Degree work every meeting, m
W. W. WILLIAMS. Secretary. I
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Piedmont Council I
No. 43, Jr, O. U.A.M.
Meets every Monday evening fg
at 7:30 P. M.. All visiting
brothers cordially invited 8
J. W. BALLEW, Councilor
M. G. CROUCH, Rec. Sec y. i
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Meets every Friday night at
8:00. All members request
ed to attend.
Visiting Soverigns Invited.
B. A. MILLER. Clerk
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Brethren cordially inviteJ to be ij
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Dr. W. B. Ramsay
Dentist
Office over Shuford's Drug Store
Hickory, N. C.
Drs. Hicks & Hicks
DENTISTS
OSice Phone 194. fltiidence S1S-L.
Dr.Chas. L Hunsucker M D.
Office over Shuford's Drug Stort
HICKORY. N. C
Rysid.nce 825 15th Ave.
Phone 92 Office 2
Hours 3:30-5 p. m., ?-S p. 2t.
Calla ansvrsred at AM Hours
MHiCKORY HARNESS CO.
Manufacturers of 1) kind.-i of
HARNESS. BRIDLES, SADDLKS
AMD STRAP WORK.
Riyairinff a Specialty.
Hickory. Nr C.
Valuable Documents
Ars often lost through fire. Deeds, Insurance papers ?,nd
wills are often misplaced and cause endless trouble and expense.
A Safe Deposit Box is the best security against trouble of this
kind. The Vault of the First National Bank is equipped with
Safe Deposit Boxes to rent at prices that are trifling when
compared to the trouble and risk that is avoided. Ordinary size
$2.00 per year, larger sizes a little higher. We wiil be glad to
show you these boxes at any time.
You have your own key. No one has access to the box but you,
and your affairs are absolutely private, locked in a fire and
' burglar proof vault.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital and Surplus $300,000.00. Hickory, N. C.
Four Pei Cent. Interest On Savings Accounts, Com
pound ad Quarterly.
Money to Loan at All Times.
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The lack of ''exact change" is often a source of annoyance to
the individual without a Checking Account.
The ever handy check-book is always convenient and makes it
unnecessary to keep money in large sums on hand for current
expenses.
'Our officers will be glad- to explain how the check-book ad
vances personal efficiency.
Yours to serve at all times.
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NEW PRICES.
Effective Aug., 1, 1918.
Chassis -
Roadster - - - - 345
Touring Car - - 360
F. O. B. Detroit
S325
Hickory Garage Co,
ELLIOTT BUILDING
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Br. Glenn G. Scott
DENTIST
(Successor to Dr. Ia Wood)
OFFICE OVER BUSY BEE
CAFE AND KENNEDY
ELECTRIC CO
Do Not Forget
To take home a nice box of Jacob's Candies.
Your wife will appreciate it.
There's None Better.
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ARCHITECT
ELLIOTT BALDING
HICKORY N. C-
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ECZEMA REMEDY
Sold On l niaranfpo fnr V.frama
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Tetter. Salt Rheum, nnrl eimilai. of.
fections of the skin and scalp. So
only by us, 50c and $1.00.
HICKORY DRUG CO.
Hickory, N. C.
The Qulnlna That Does Net Affect The Head
Because oi its tonic and laxative eft'tct, LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUlNINXJisbetter than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
rinsing In head. Remember the full name and
look lor the sigrature ot K. W. GROVU. 25c
OR. ALFRED V. DULA
TO SEE BETTER
17 Year's Exnerienr
The Best Equipment Obtainable.
Classes filcd Jbxclusively
MARTIN BLOCK, LEHS, V, t.
If yfM froi i t from 1 XTLA. It s ' itiylit.
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CHIROPRACTOR
Palmer School Graduate
OFFICE HOURS
3:30 to 5:30 and 7 to 8 P. M.
Consultation and Analysis Free
1029 Thirteenth Street
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VETERINARY HOSPITAL
915 Ninth Avenue.
THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP
F. M. THOMPSON, Proprietor
First-Class Work Guaranteed
Phone 106, Work Delivered
1032 14th street Hickory, N. C.
Next to Firyt Buildin & Loan office.
Hickory Manufacturing Company,
Hickory, North Carolina.
Manufacturer of
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MANTELS,
MOULDINGS, LUMBER, ETC.
FINE HARDWOOD WORK A SPECIALTY
Send us your plans for estimates. Write for Catalogue and Pric-M
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NOTICE
We can furnish FLORAL
DESIGNS. Agents for Van
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J. D. Elliott. President and Treasurei J. Worth Elliott, V.-Pr.
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Elliott Building Company
Incorporated.
For all classes of construction. Estimates furnished cheerfu'ly.
Fit.s or ganization anc best equipped contractors in the South
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