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FLAGLERS NINTH AVENUE MARKET "The Store With Small Expense."
This week we have plenty nice beef and pork we are receiving many compliments on our meats week Jun Hower, TctS ZSffiZ aX&S iTSl&O slatOc cT ne jar" Good fLr $1 .20 ck Liver mush, souse soups for 1 5c our price gpect Rolidei aJAa this week. We are in the market for all kinds of country produce, large or small lots. FLAGLERS MARKET "Groceries and Meats" That's Our Business. k : - . r IraassKSMfo-.. J II K A "Mm' On the heights of ths cliff Bertha and Adams struggle for the key to the canal fortifications the plans whose loss would menace the safe ty of our country-while back of them lurks the "Silent Menace" ready to gratp the prize. SEE Pearl White in PATHE'S great patriotic serial unmasking America's MCM Am. 0 iiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiMiiiiiuinmiiiiiiniigmn RECORD WANTS :sairttnmttKmttma vvAMTten A I.IVR DEALER TO sell the New Grant 6 Automobile in Catawba, Burke, Caldwell and Al exander counties. For the right nartips we have a verv liberal cdn- fraot Our Rhplhv dealers have already sold 27 cars in Cleveland county alone. Write, wire or come to see us at once. Grant Sales Co., Asheville, N. (J- Sheriff John A. Isenhower will be in the city manager's office all day Saturday for 'the Duroose of collect- In"- taxes The January penalty has been added, and another will come the first of February if a settlement s not made 1 24 3t WANTED OLD FALSE TEETTH- Don't matter if broken. I pay $1.00 to $5.00 per set. Mail to L Mazer 2007 S. Fifth Street, Phil adelphia, Pa. Will send cash by return mail. 1 17 2 wsk 3 ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT Close in. Phone 64. 1 19 tf SEE IT AT This Afternoon ajid Tonight. MATTIE ANSVJEUED PRESENT In Memory of Mr. Mattie Fox For many weeks the father called, iMattie, come to glory! Because an angel on earth has strolled, To find some smiling roses. But, Mattie said just wait awhile, For I am not quite ready, I want to know before I smile, WJhat about little Louise and my .baby. Mattie's friends came in to chat, A nd give her words of pleasure, But many times she said to that, I shall soon part this life forever. Then the Angel grew tired of waiting And looked back toward the city, And said, My Lord, I'll soon be flitting, With a mother's tender smile and greeting). Then the Angel came into the room, (And said, Mattie are you ready,? The Lord will provide for the children 'Hoon, And bring them home to Mattie. And behind the hills the sun went down, For the sabbath had almost ended And Mattie said with a smile so round. This night will surely be the kindest. Then a noise the husband heard, So soft and so tender, And to the bed with step, he sped, To get the last rememberance. Cold in death in his arms she lay, Innocent smiling mother, For the angel had taken her soul away, To God and heaven forever. Composed by L. P. Smith, pastor of West Hickory Baptist church. FOR SALE SEVEN PASSENGER six cylinder Studebaker car in per feet condition, used about four months. Apply J. C. Martin. I 20 tf FOR SALE REMINGTON TYPE writer in good condition Cheap for quick sale. Apply H. M. "Rec ord." tf Sheriff John A. Isenhower will be in the city manager's office all day Saturday for the purpose of collect ing taxes. The January penalty has been added, and another will come the first of February if a settlement is not made. 1 24 3t FOR SALE OR RENT NICE little home on North 15th street R D. Barker, Hickory, N. C. 1 15 2 wks How To Check That Cold When it is painful to breathe and fever sends chills up and down your back, you are in for a cold. A timely dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will soon stop the sneezes and sniffles. The pine balsam loosens the phlegm and clenrs the browhial tubes, the honey soothes and relieves the sore throat. The antiseptic qualities kill the germ H?vl the con,o;c?reJ condition and rhronic bronchial affections quickly relieved At all druggists, 2oc. WANTED LADY AGENT TO handle our excellent line of middy iblouses and middy suits by us and ,'sold direct to the wearer. Prefer one conected with female college, Jbut this is not essential. Liberal co. amission for this work, which is pleasant and remuneative. Ad Idress "Altschul's," Norfolk, Va. 1 26 3t WIANTBD POSITION WANTED as Stenographer by young man with practically three years ex perience m the grocery line as shipping clerk and billing clerk al so. Willing to do anything for advancement. Address "Steno grapher," care Record. 1 26 6t 5 and The Ii a good nbco to buy 5, and 10 :uul l'5 cants Merchandise. We spoc iali.o in these lines. EverytbiBg isi 5, 10 and 25c Goods W. L. & T. W. Boatright The 5 and 10c Store Painful Coughs Relieved Dr. King's New Discovery is a soothing, healing remedy for coughs and colds that has stood the test of nearly fifty years. For that cough that strains the throat, and saps the vitality try Dr. King's New Discov ery. The soothing pine balsams and mild laxative ingredients soon drive the cold from the system. Have a bottle on hand for winter colds, croup, grippe and bronchial affec tions. lAt your druggist, 50c. adv EX-PRESIDENT TAFT FAVORS THE PRESIDENT'S POSITION WE WANT All our friends to know that the estate of the late J. O. Rhodes will continue to do business at the old stand. We have employed Mr. S. B, Mace,' an expert watch and jewelry repair man, to take charge of the store. We are now in position to repair your watches and jewelry at reasonable prices. Give us a trial. J. 0. RHODES Estate. IDIangor, Maine, Jan,. 26. Former President Taft in an address here last night declared that President Wil son's recent address to the senate was "an epoch in the history of our for eign policy," and that his advocacy of our participation in a world league was a most powerful aid to its for mation. Mr. Taft said he was in cordial sympathy with the. president's insistence that the TTnitf Rttpa can not join a world movement to preserve a peace which is unjust and contains in it3 unfair terms assurance of its temporary character." ' THEATREGOERS OF (HICKORY TO SEE "FLORA BELLA" iMany people from Hickory and sur rounding territory are planning to visit Charlotte Saturday to attend the performances of the New York Cas ino theatre musical comedy success "Flora Bella", which will be staked in the Academy of Music for mat inee and night perfomances, with Florence Wfebber, (the noted prima donna appearing in the title role, sup ported by a cast of 50 people. iHere is something really refresh ing, appealing to the eye and ear and quite magnetic. In face "Flora TJella" is an offering that stands out as much above the average musical comedy of re-.ent tiroes The libret to is by Felix Doermann. revised and ndapted by Cosmo Hamilton and Dor othy Donnelly, while the lyrics are bv Percy Waxiran and the score by Charles Cuvillier, composer of "The Lilac Dor"ino,' nad Milton Schwarz wald STrprisin as it may seem the story is neither superfluous nor so pueilo ps to be an affront to the cant Jt has a .-enuine, unhackney ed sitehtion. jThe characters are people and not walking dummies. The comedy is pb-'.sib!e and the dia logue ft-nnyi. Wilnt is still more astonishing, the lyrics assure you they were written by a man who had been to school, and do not pro duce in the listener the illusion of a bad Channel crossing Then it has one of the most sparkling and lively scores, mtisicianly and not over orchestrated. Then again, ''Flora Bella" is charmingly mounted. (The cast of principals will include: Gabrielle Gray, Rhorla Nichols, Ma rion Dyer, Mildred Shelley, John J. WJearney, John Phillips, Russell Len on. SUBSCRIBE TO THE RECORD ISLAND RECALLS TREASON Columbus Dispatch. In the channel of the Ohio river, 15 miles west of Marietta, lies an island that takes its name from the fact that Harmon Blennerhassett, who became involved in the reason able enterprise of Aaron Burr in the southwest, owned the major part of it at one time and there had his home when he was placed under arrest with Elurr. .The island is an extensive one, and contains originally about 300 acres. It was once the property of President Washington. (Blennerhassett pur chased 170 acres of the island while on a tour of investigation in Ameri ca, and, being of a romatic turn of mind, he determined to bring his wife to that then remote place and make it their home. 'He erected a mansion and laid out part of the island in parklike form His plans were wrecked by the dis covery of the Burr conspiracy, though it was never fully proved that Blennedhasset realized the serious character of the enterprise in which he had joined Burtf. Military forc es sent out to break uf the move ment burned the Blennerhassett home, and the place was never restored. iUnder the judical ruling that Vir ginia, when it ceded its claims to the territory northwest of the Ohio riv er retained jurisdiction to the low water mark on the Ohio shore, all of the island lies in West Virginia now and is a part of Wood county. jThe soil of the island having been deposited as alluvium is very fertile and the farm value of the land is high. (But Blennerhassett obtained the portion of it that he owned for only $4,500. Though born in England, Blenner haussett. was of Irish descent. He died in poverty in England in 1821 at 87 years old. Neither he nor Burr was ever punished for the con spiracy charged against them. YOU NEVEEIC 1 f- JUST GIVE ME A CHANCE AND rLLPtfOVE PN EXCEPTION TO THE RULE: : ALL'RIGHT! I. DON'T P.P I I FVFr. YOU rlttvc. ANY TALENT, WT W T K Y- :ouple . tuiTi IT C- fP-f 1 -7j iii ivjn I i T " - 'I v Vaii m jt FOR A C Ba&sT ikkx Hiav, niMii r - ni aw i miff. j r es-vsv. until 1 1 it i 11 iWV I . ffl lrO. MM II, illS IS 0 'feYEAKS"U ' Jmri. .cAQTooM service corp. y Tl -, v - -- 1 ti - LET ME CONGRATU LATE YOU ON -4 WINNING THE NOBEL PR I ZL IN LITERATURE, I ALWAYS TOLD YOU YOU COULU vMRlTE till (Hilt t f T -MX. j i s si tun p i H i t. I . lilt!!: i li II li I . Ill t r-J r 8 r?rs&j5M "J HENRY LINK Henry Link was a son of Jacob LhiK, who married Catharine Rudi sill, a daughter of pioneer Michael Rudisill, who came from the south ern Rhine country of Germany. The home of Hienry Link was in Cataw ba county on Henry Fork river, a i'ctw' r e6 fabovie !Hicfcory. Heije1 he owned a farm. About 1860, or 1861 he moved to the present town of Hickory where he had a boarding house. The children of Henry Link and wife were: Calvin, died single; Ju lius and Peter, killed when soldiers in the Confederate army; Sidney, died single: Am'idas C, married Etta Ram saur;( Elizabeth, married Joe Aiken; Caroline, married J-. W. Raby; Emma married John Fry. Sophia married Albert Abernethy. - Henry Link was an elder in the Reformed church at Bethel when the writer was a boy. 'He married Catharine Rowe who was a good wo man and a loyal member of the Re formed church and a woman of many good deeds. iShe was given" to hos pitality. She inherited many of the virtues of her ancestors. Jn relig ious work Henry Link had the con fidence of all who knew him. Like Enoch of old he walked with his God. iHe and his wife became mem bers of the Reformed church at Hick ory "here they died at a -good old age. f. believe the father and moth er of Henry Link were buried there. ,'The writer began to preach in the Reformed church at Hickory in 1874 and closed his church work . there in 1876, and during this time he often stopped with father and mother Link. They encouraged him to lead a good and useful life. Last fall the writ er went to the grave yard where they are buried. They have been dead a numfoer of years but they still have a pleasant place in the memory of the writer. They help ed him to comimune with the good people Who have passed away. J. H. SHUjFORD. Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days Your drugrsrlst will refund woney if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching. Blind , Bleeding orProtrnding Piles in 6 to 14days. The first application gives Ease and Rest. 50c. ?,Ir. A. LangstafF Johnston of Rich mond spent a few hours ir the city this afternoon as the guest of his uncle, Mr. T. Ml Johnston. Sloan's Liniment for Stiff Joints Rheumatic pains and aches, get inti the joints and 'muscles, making every movement torture. Relieve your suf fering with ;Sloan's Liniment; it quickly penetrates without rubbing, and soothes and warms your sore muscles The congested blood is stimulated to action, a single applica tion will drive out the pain. Sloan's Liniment is clean, convenient and quickly effective, it does not stain the skin or clog the pores. Get a bot tle today at your druggist, 25c. R9 HI &n m u mm i urn mm Ji rra 15 s.a sua BSS- TjHE ENEMY OF URIC ACID IS ANURIC (By L. HI Smith, M,. D.) iln spite of the best care one takes of oneself, any part of the human machine is liable to become out of order. (The most important organs are the stomach, heart and kidneys iThe kidneys are the scarengers and they work day and night" in separat ing the poisons from the blood. Their signals of distress are easily recog nized and include such symptoms as backache, depressions, drowsiness, ir ritability, headaches, dizziness, rheu matic twinges, dropsy, gout. rrhe very best way v0 restore the kidneys to their normal state is to drink Dlentv of mir wtoi- anA tain a small amount of Anurie, which is dispensed by most every druggist. Anuric (double strmtrfcM ia ;n , " a M (ItV pensive and should be taken before. meals. It is much more nnVanit-. than lithia and manv find that An uissoives uric acid as water does su gar. , People are realizing mnn and mA - IllVt C every dav that. th ViAn do the bowels, need to be flushed oc casionally. The kidneys are an eli minative organ and are constantly working, separating the poisons from he blood Under this continual and perpetual action they are apt to con gest, and then trouble starts. Uric acid backs up into the system, caus ing rneumaltism, nerfrajlgiai dropsy, and many other serious disturbances. It means that you are a victim to uric acid poisoning. Then ask your druggist for Anurie, which was first discovered bv Di. mria n-f t.a n- gical Institute in Buffalo, and which is dispensed by nearly every drug gist in the land. adv ) if I STTRSr'RTUTi' ViTt Tnw ppvpn i f book The Clay Printing Company, with new machinery and ma terial, is prepared to undertake all kinds of job and printing at moderate prices. Let our representative call on you or drop into the office and talk the matter over. Mortgage Deeds and Other Legal Blanks on Sale at Office. HI II if Gorap y Book and Job Printers.