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from real values you can
choose from an assortment
Geo. E. Bisanar
Jeweler and Registered Optometrist.
Watch Inspector for Southern and C. nd N. W. Railway.
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Wood and Denatured Alcohol.
p.'tj't lot your automobile freeze. We carry a good supply of
wvtnl and denatured alcohol. Also canned Heat. We are agents
for l!i!on Phonographs and records.
N'unnally's Candies and Liggetta Candies.
Hickory Drug Company
Joseph L. Murphy, pastor.
Sunday school 9:45. Special ser
mon at 11 o'clock by the pastor.
Subject, The Characteritsics of the
Evening service at 7:00. Sermon
by Rev. W. W. Rowe. Good music.
Friends and strangers invited.
Woran are Good Buyers
Regular services at 11 a. m. and 7
p. m. by pastor. Christian Endeavor
Next Wednesday night at prayer
meeting Rev. J. G. Garth will give a
lectutre entitled The Dreamer's
Dream: Being a lecture of Pil
grims Progress illustrated by 48 pic
tures thrown on the screen by stere
optican. At the close of the lecture
there will be an illustrated song
Jesus Savior ilot Me.
I I I VWAW "I
Holy Trinity Lutheran
Rev. W. E. Murray, pastor.
Sunday school at 9:45.
Preaching at 11 o'clock.
The subject of the pastor's ser
mon tomorrow morning will be: "Our
Duty to God and Man."
In the evening, the pastor will
preach on the subject: "Building up
Character." A cordial welcome to all.
To go to the church tomorrow may
mean for many a reader of this no
tice to go into a new, large, beau
tiful and happy life of friendship and
activity. And, better than all, it
may mean the beginning of Fellow
ship with Him who, when on earth,
was the friend of the friendless.
Church of the Ascension
Rev. S. B. Stroup, rector.
Sunday next before advent.
7 :30 a. m. Holy communion).
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11:00 a. m. Morning prayer and
A11 are invited and welcomed to
these services. Please note that the
services on Thanksgiving day will
be at 10:30 o'clock, and that the of
fering will be for the Thompson
AT HUFFRY THURSDAY
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NOT CALLED AS YET
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The REXALL Store
MR. HARTE'S SUCCESSOR
Rev. J. D. Harte returned yes
terday from a visit to his mother and
will occupy the pulpit of the First
Baptist church at both services to
morrow. The pulpit committee of
the Baptist church has not canvassed
the situation thoroughly since Mr.
Harte's resignation was accepted last
Sunday and members of the commit
tee are not hopeful of finding a pas
to to take his place without a long
search. Mr. Harte will succeed
Rev. G. T. Lumpkin who leaves Ox
ford to take up work in Suffolk, Va.
THE EMERGENCY HOME
When Catherine Booth lay dead in
state in England, and the body was
viewed by hundreds and thousands,
and lords and ladies walked past
the casket to do honor to a- noble
woman, finally the room was given
to the poor to view the body of their
friend. They came in a great mass
to see the dead face of their friend.
At last there came a poor woman,
a shawl pinned over his head, in her
arms a baby , and beside her an ol
der child. When she reached the cas-
Does Your Wife
Shc-3 for You?
CE3 w:2 appreciate the
which we are showing. All sizes;
weights for fall and winter wear.
I'.ida of select Egyptian and Sea
Inland Cotton and long, north-
lU em crown wool on the famous
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Lpnng-Hctmc mi w gauge
Y7e shall be glad to show he, or you,
tho new shirts, neckwear, hosiery,
etc., which we have just opened up
Early Purchases of Underwear enables us to offer the
Most Desirable Goods at old Prices.
m Following its usual custom of pre-
paring an extra spread for Thanks-
s giving day, Hotel Huffry next Thurs-
M A,. ...411 rw 1. j .i i I . V . . . . .
WtliOISliiya .X.' . ttI,u "L;,er "e;!ket she put the baby down, loosed
ncac-iea, anu u is suggested tnat j the clasp of the other child and bent
Hickory people, instead of going to,over the coffin. Stooping thus she
extra trouble, take dinner there. Man- delayed the crowd, and an attendant
a.,'er Huffman is arranging a bill of;bade her move on. But she said
fare that will be appreciated by wjn not move on, I have walked
everybody, and persons who intend forty miies to see this woman's face,
to take dinner at the hotel would con-;She saved my boys from hell and j
a iavor oy leiepnomng 10 tne have a right to look and weep." Then
Just received a large shipment of Axminster
and tap rugs, good patterns and
Shuford's Furniture Store.
office a day or two in advance.
BUSINESS TO SUSPEND
she bent over and covered the glass
above the sweet dead face with kiss
I es while the people sobbed in sym-
IN HICKORY THURSDAY pathy with her.
Catharine Booth was the mother
Hickory people are looking for- of the Salvation Army, and through
ward to Thanksgiving day. Special j the inspiration of her sacrifice and
collections will be taken in many love, and that of her husband, Gen
churches tomorrow for the orphans. ! Villiam Booth, the praises of God
Locally the day will be observed . are being sung by countless thous
ands in the world today who were
Moretz-Whitener Clothing Co.
"The Quality Shop."
liberally. They need about twice or
three times what they are getting in
funds. Be liberal and subscribe to
the Volunteers. J. G. GARTH.
Miss Adelaide Johnston and Miss
Cecelia Turner of Radford, Va., at-j
tended a dance in Statesville last!
f as a holiday, the stores in the Mer
1 chants Association and banks clos
zr. in? and the Record not printing for
t-iat one day. Business will open
e briskly Friday, however, and will
' -r srreot tax for the year 1910 are now due so please call at
'..i- city olucj, or see me, and get your receipt.
E. W. LENTZ, Chief of Police.
Several young men will attend the
p football games out of town, others
If will go hunting and still others will
H bang out at the Western Union of- j who havef ollowed Wiilliam and Cath-
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:ce waiting ior me iootDaii scores. : ar;ne cooin, as tney iouowea tne
Christ who sought and saved the
saved from degradation and shame,
by this godly man and woman, and
nany more thousands are rejoicing in
life and happiness, as tho.y live to
day, in hundreds of cities and towns,
lives of honesty and virture, snatch
ed from the jaws of shame and the
clutches of satan by the workers
MASONIC FUNERAL FOR
MR. J S. SETZER
Hickory lodge, No. 343 A. F. and A.
M., will conduct the burial service
Sunday of Mr. John Sidney Setzer,
H whose death occurred yesterday
H morning at the age of 75 years. The moved by the mighty power of a
We have representatives of these
workers here in Hickory conducting
just such a work. They are the
Volunteers of America and their
Emergency home on Eighth avenue.
meir work is labor of love and is
f neral service will be held in the
First Methodist church and will be
conducted by Rev. A. L Stanford,
resolution to rescue the perishing,
Few are willing to attempt the form
of human salvage work they wish to
Phone Us Your Order.
Angel Food Cake, Devil Cake, Layer Cake, Pound
Cuke, Raisin Cake, Scotch Cookies, Lemon Snaps, Cup
C ikes, and Bread, Cakes and Pies.
City Steam Bakery.
WE DELIVER. PHONE 235.
"V pastor. The hour is 11 o clock. Aido. They are worthy of the sup
snpcial communication of the lodereinort of t, npnnlp nf t.Viis (nmn-,.,nitw
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will be held at 9:30 to arrange for
FUNERAL OF MISS BELK
and yet the people seem slow to ac
knowledge. Even the churches are
not prepared to do the work the Vo'
nteers are willing to do. Who is
ready to take the strange: to his
The funeral of Miss Rebecca Belt. ! home, and shelter him, especially if
who died yesterday at the home ofjhe is ill-locking and ill-smelling, has
her niece, Miss Mary Roseborough ,no ironey and no credentials? Who
was conducted from the residence , woum taKe tne lanen rl ana motlier
this morning by Rev. W. R. Brad-j her and seek oat friends for her?
shaw. Interment followed in Oak-! None. We let the driftwood pass,
wood oemeterv. The services was ! It is too inconvenient to handle.
imnressive and manv friends of the And we turn to our cozy fire and
J family gathered to pay silent tribute draw ou(r shades tJo shut ouft the
to an excellent woman. jniK a-ul uu juu isiueuiuer some
are out who want and suffer? Here
REVIVAL SERVICES TO
jannnnnnnnnnnnnnQaonnDDnnnnnnnnnnnnnnno begin Tuesday night
U Final preparations are being made
H for the revival service to begin at
H the First Baptist church next Tues
12 dv evening to continue for a period
of two weeks or more with Dr. D. H.
i Dew of Ridgecrest, doing the preach
H ing and Mrs. Dew leading the sing
P ing. A large chorus will be or
Christmas is Only Four Weeks Off.
And why take time to make Christmas presents when you can
find anything you want, realy-made, at the Methodist Philathea
Kazaar on Tuesday, November 28, from 2 until 10 p. m. in the
Chamber of Commerce rooms. Chicken salad, sandwiches and cof
iw will be served during theafternoon. Also a delicious turkey sup
Ir served from 5:30 to 10 p. m. Come and see how well you
will be served.
at the Emergency home is a place
we can shelter wanderers and share
in the Savior's work with these work
These Volunteers deserve help and
are worthy of our cdnndencej.
have investigated and am confident
of their integrity. Winter is coming.
Our poor must be c ardoref h gNM
Our poor must be cared for. No
better agents could be found than
the Volunteers. Let us support them
Stripped for Action
There is only one way, to
overhaul or repair a car and
that is to get right down to
"bed rock". There is no use
in patching up or doing
things half way. We believe
if it is worth doing at all
it is worth doing right. If
that si the kind of auto re
pair work you are looking
for bring your car to us for
And Machine Shop.
$100 Per Month Needed $20 Subscribed
' Help' Needed to Reach Desired Amount.
Volunteers of America
Maude Booth Hope Hall
Memphis Commercial Appeal.
According to the Associated Press
'she most reliable source of news in-
ormation in the world, Germany can
now serve six square meals tor ou
;ents. It is a miracle' and we had
bean led to believe that the day of
piracies was over.
At home it is a difficalt matter to
;ecure anv sort of meal for 50 cent.?.
!Sven the cheap restaurants have ad-
anced prices so that a man of meag
er means eats and leaves hungry.
The thought that six square meals
can be purchased for 50 cents seems
The news comes from Cologne, and
declares that this particular munici
pality is conducting the biggest res
taurant in the world. It feeds six days
a week nearly half of its population
of about 700,000 at the astonishing
price of two marks, or 50 cents, for
the six square meals.
iWar has been tragic m many ways,
the most magic war, possibly, in the
history of the world, but it has taught
the belligerent nations a lesson in
The waste of the old world has been
reduced to a minimum. Things that
were wasted before are used today.
There is no longer the neglect in the
care of insignincant details.
It is a lesson that we might well
consider at home. We uselessly throw
away much that might be well used
and save the cost of living.
'The cost of living has ceased to be
a joke, it is a roblem, and when we
read and know how 350,000 people
can be fed on 50 cents a week it is
aboat time that we began to consider
what we might do at home.
There is something wrong, some
where. There are more chickens in
the United States than ever before in
history, and thre are more eggs, but
to one has organized a little corner
.ind is holding them.
But if Cologne, Germany, can af
ford to feed half of the city popula
tion at the rate of six square meals
for 50 cents, it looks like we should
do the same thing at home.
Of course the menu may not be al
together to our taste, but it is, at
least, life sustaining and this counts.
All we ask for is the right to live.
Less Danger in Dirt
Recent inquiries tend to show that
the dangers of dirt, dust, foul odors
and unesthetic conditions generally,
have been greatly exaggerated. In
formation has been sought from mu
nicipal officers, hospitals and insur
ance companies, in Canada and" the
United States, and the meager statis
tics obtainable give no evidence of
excessive mortality in those who work
constantly in the dirt and dust of
city streets. Citing experience in New
Yory city, it is shown that in the
same period of six years, the street
cleaning department recorded a death
rate of 14.8 per 1,000, while the health
department found a death rate of 15
per 1,000 for all males between the
ages of 20 and 70.
For Rent Good 5-room g
house close in. Large
lot. Apply J F Miller. 1
1 The above cut represents the
1 improved Toric Lens. The j
word toric means all that is J
best in glasses. I furnish these
j lenses in all my prescription or- p
1 ders. Make your date with me
1 if you want the best service, m
E. E. HIGHT
1 Expert Watchmaker and Regis- H
H tered Optometrist S
Notice to Tax Payers.
December 1st is your luast
opportunity to get a discount
on your 1916 City Taxes.
John W. Ballew,
"THE SANITARY WAY"
Clothes Altered Cleaned, Pressed
Dyed and Repaired
CITY PRESSING CLUB
Moose & Miller.
t lb w v vvv vvvvvv vv v vvvvvvni
Hickory, N. C. m
CAPTAIN D. G. COY:
In sincere appreciation of the work you are doing for the poor
of this city, I hereby promise to contribute 5 Per month for
months, towards your expenses, with a probable renevv-
f at the expiration. Wishing you every success.
The above is a fac-smileof the cards distributed at the mass
meeting at the Hub theatre, Sunday, Nov. 12. This movement
has been indorsed by he people of Hickory as one worthy of sup
port. To help Capt. Coy 4n his efforts to secure the necessary
funds to carry on this work, we are publishing this card. If
you have not already signed one, fill in the one above and send it
to this office, and we will see that it is added to those already
secured. This home needs your help, as the poor and desti
tute needs the home the Volunteers of America have provided for
A New Stock
50 1 TILES
I MILLINER Y SAL
FOR TEN DAYS
Here is your opportunity to buy the very
ildL 1U1 tX UlUll. a jiv
rawins to a close and our hats, trimmings
and ornaments must go at some price. We
have untrimmed shapes and trimmed hats,
all of this season's styles and they are good.
Prices from $ 1 and up.
$2.50 hats for - $1-50
3.50 hats for 2.25
on Wc for - - - 3.25
1 6.00 hats for 3.75
S 7.50 hats for - - - - 4.50
S 8.00 hats for - - - - - - 4.50
S Come at once and keep coming until we
B have closed out our present stock and select
9 one or two hats, as you wish, at our unheard
a of prices for quality and style.
1 W. T. SLEDGE
Abe. thy Hdwe. Co.
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