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FIRST. LYCEUM ATTRACT!
ON FRIDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 2ND. Buy tickets from any member of Senior Class, Hickory High School. RECORD WANTS fiinaiw;:aai;t..iTiTr-:::::::::wui WANTED A LIVE DEALER TO oil tho New Grant 0 Automobile in Cata,wba, Uurku, Caldwell and Al exander counties. i'or tho right parties we have a very liberal con tract. Our Shelby dealers have already Bold 21 cars in Cleveland county alone. Write, wire or come to see us at once. Grant Sales Co., Anheville, N. C- Gettln' Away With It An amusing incident happened th other day while Decatur county's con tribution to the centennial parade in In dianapolis was on its way to the capi tal city. Their float was a miniature of the famous courthouse tower at Oreensburg, with the maple tree grow ing on it. Roy C. Kanouse, its design er and bulldor, left Greensburg on a truck at 8:30 a. m. with the tower. Now Greensburg has been infested with petty burglaru and their activities are known even outside the county and Just as day was breaking nnrt the men were entering Shelby county they passed two fanners on the road when one was heard to remark "Looka there, by gosh, them fellers hcz stole the Greensburg courthouse tower en air glttln' away with it, too." Indianapo lis News. St- Paul's Lutheran J. B. irb, pastor iDivine service at 3 o'clock. Text: Col. 3:12-17. Theirte: The Beautiful Garment of this Christian." 1 Of what does it consist, 2. How is it preserved? Sunday school at 2 p. m. . SUBSCKIBE FOR THE RECORD FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNESS lE'itmMiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiaiiiiiitiiiiiitiiii WANTED OLD FALSI TillI'll Don't matter if broken. I pay fl.UO to $5.UU per ne'i. Mail to L. wMazer -UU'i ti. i''ifth Stuot, 1 '.1 1 i -udelphia, l'a. Will svnd cash by .'return mail. 1 17 - vvk 8 liOO.M lOTTAliK l-Oll. Kli.Vi'. Close in. 1'hono tii. 1 1U tt FOR SALE SEVEN TASSl'.NGl.U six cylinder StudelaUer car in per fect condition, used about four mion'ths. Apply J. C. Martin. 2 20 tf FOR SALE REMINGTON TYl'E iwriter in good condition Cheap for quick sale. Apply 11. M. "lice ord." tf Horso Holds His Own Well. "The horse is doomed. If the peo ple keep on Ito u.jt automobiles, the horse will soon l oeomo a rare animal, seen only In zoological pardons and museums." We have heard some such prediction u thousand times. What is the fact? Reports of the department of commerce show that In the last 15 years tho number of horses In th? United States, far from decreasing, has Increased over .r0 per cent. In 1915 It was estimated there were more than 21,000,000 horses In the country, valued at $2,000,000,000. Manifestly, the horse Is not so easily crowded out as By Being Constantly Supplied With Bedford's Black-Draught McDuff, Va. "I suffered for seveni years," says Mrs. j. B. Whiitaker, o" this pkice," "with sick headache, an stomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend :old me to tn Thedford's Black-Draught, which 1 dia, and 1 found it to be the best family medi cine for young and old. I keeD Black-Drauizht on hand all fh time n, and when my children fee! aj nine oaa, mey asK me tor a close, and v lc a I i u v. uuu, ca. rw UK. mi a uuk, fluu w j w ui conscience oi aniiiat- does them more good than any medicine mg with ministers of another denomi- thov Avpr fripH n.ji-;w wjun I FUNERALS Some time ago a publisher pro pounded seven questions relative to funeral etiquette and funeral reforms and sent the same to many of the leading clergymen of the country for answers. As these answers are in tended for the clergy, they may not be of general interest to the laity. and yet there are some things which j trie laicy mignt well know. line olhiciating minister should no. invite other ministers to take part in the services unless requested to do! so by tne family. ,'lhe reason is j apparent. A iuneral service is a! private service intended for the par ticular family. 'I he laity do not always understand tins and when a visiting minister attends a funeral, tiie people wonder wny he was Hot invited to take part. On the other hand, it is a breach of etiquette as well as bad religion to refuse the as sistance of anotner minister when re quested by the family, unless thpv matter oi conscience of afliliat LIVING IN THE COUNTRY MAY HAVE- IT'5 DIS -ADVANTAGES, BUT YOU GET FRESH FOOD ! they ever tried. we never have a Ion? spell of sick- nation1. (Should ministers receive a coniDen- FOU SALE Oil KENT NICE little homo on North 15th street. D. Barker, Hickory, N. C. 1 15 2 wks automobiles multiply beyond all count, the horse more than holds his own. , Ux-Fos, A Mild, Effective Laxative t Liver Tonic Ooea Not Gripa nor Disturb the Stomach. In addition to other properties, Lax-Fos f 4 - A 1 ....vtpii f iiiv vt rn comains mascara in accepiaoie lorm, a handle our excel ent line of middy ; act9 effectfveiy nd does not gripe nor .blouses and middy suits by us and di8turb stomach. At the same time.Tt aids sold direct to the wearer. Prefer digestion .arouses the liver and secretions one conccteU with female college, ! testores the healthy functions. 50c. l)Ut this is not essential. Liberal commission for this work, which is1 pleasant and remuneative. Ad-1 f tmmmmmammmmmmmmmm 1 26 3t f.U,th0Tht', , ' iIS taoVr braiK nceVcommenced'sation for 01! '!SZ ng Black-Draught." I isters should 1 Thedford's Black-Draucht is nurcl vegetable, and has been Found to regu- lOtCI-S SnOUlQ malfft rm fhurrra -f iuneral services. Th h.,i.), which the writer r;ii ( I.,. ,,,..1, -I... :j j: ' rvnf n w,;. .. v , aic wtaii 91U1U4UI3, iuu v'KcailuI c- miniater 10 niaKe charges for lieve indigestion, Colic, wind, nausea, services of this kind, but if the famil v ! headache, sick stomach, and simiku tender Dav t.hra . n , r m " . " 7 tJ 111! 1 rl .Villi Umir symptoms It has been In constant use for more than 70 years, and has benefited more than a million people. Your druggist sells and rercmmendi Slack-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a (1: n r. m AUNTKO POSITION WANTED as Stenographer by young man with practically three years ex perience in the grocery line as .shipping clerk and billing clerk al bo. Willing to do anything for advancement. Address "Steno grapher," care Record. 1 26 6t FOIl RENT -JlOUSE WITH rooms, ligh't and bath. Apply J S. Setzer and Son Store. 1 27 1 wk to FOK SALE FOUR ROOM HOUSE land two acre lot on Sixth street, good well, nice young orchard. Ap !ply to A. W. Buff, Hickory, N. C. 1 22 2t FOR SALE A NICE NEW MOD lern eight room residence, locat ed on Eleventh avenue, in a very klfcsirable neigliobrhoodj For fur ther particulars . apply to J. W. JlartshelJ. 1 27 6t EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as executor of the estate of Mrs. James B. Beard, de ceased, this is to notify all persons inaeDtea to the estate to make im mediate payment to me. All debts due by the estate must be presented to me on or before the 8th day of January, 1U18, otherwise 'this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recov ery. This January 8. 1017. R M PERSON, " ! No. H south Poplar street, Charlotte, N O. hxecutor of estate of Mrs. James 11. Beard. . Spring Is On The Way! You'll want to be in tune with nature it's budding leaves and warm, balmy "air and brightening colors, which call for new Spring clothes, tailored-to-your-order by Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago. Take a peep at our won derful showing woolens, snappy, bright and new and be measured NOW. SnOUld not arcpnf if ,,l u i.-,. tnat the financial circumstances of the family will not permit it, and then he should decide,. However, tnere are instances where the minis ter is placed to considerable expense and m cases of that kind, the expen ses should be borne. co?f?re e- hour for the funeral is set the officiating clergyman should be consulted. A minister's time is not always at his disposal for conducting fun " J- an niBLJince. i . . borne time ago a lady died and the! Iloly 1nttv Lutheran funeral was set to take place at a! E- Murray, pastor: STtteu?,00??! iSunday scho1 sc at 9:45- Go Sunday. After th; Z C tomorrow and it will do you good & w NfiTC.CAGTOQN SSMlCE CORP. SUBSCRIBE TO THE RECORD I HA, ;;ii1i'.,lt'll"',,'Wilnw v.i" 't"i!"i !""::r !!! .'!:, " ;;''n,:!,MM"inu'l I COPYRIGHT BY f YODER-CLARK CLOTHING CO. is?, .-sr. a is3 a wie aying request of the ! deceased that he should conduct th funeral services, but he had his serl E hnai7on fi iisvs- -w- IS? hhaTbbeen iff jFunerals' snould not be held on ft onnH1 Can bf Wel1 avoided. an3 iL Sundays not at the hour for SniefUlKr Sunday servic SundaJ funerals become something of a pa rade, because it seems that there are some persons who dearly love to To ?Sfefa1-. 'These attend out ?? mere idle curiosity. . hate0! frate.rnal organizations nave a bunal service and these are often invited to take part in tire bf nal, but this should nevVr be an oc-" Lsf1f.y.,?n ttMt of the order flnH i- "lvar oi tne counted among th snSd Lhe family church may cfunt. fvMt-j?x wry rna All THESE MEN ARE CRAZY AFTER ME, THIS FELLER THI-NKS I'D MARRY A rERE CLERK a:L AMiWM o XMV H'. kXJjrm Bill tha IT: . "'enDers of; Viu aim in order to do this the lodee should meemSraeraI "" " wait on the bevolde?06 a"d dispIay shouId oe avoided .There is no reason whv a family should be expected to hire carriages to convev a lar o the grave. It is a custom and therefore it is expected. It is often done when the family can ill afford it Let there be a reform along this line Ihe greatest and most useless ext?a- -u. uecorations of the grave Fashion has run to riot over theeld and funeral ceremonies been turned nto .a heartless and showy and cost ly Pageant The elements of pa geantry which enter into the scene are in sorry keeping with aching tears and solemn thoughts. Jt is f beautiful senitimerii which tJL, us to drop a flower on the grave of a loved one, but flowers "on the grave Will not fltonft fr,y V,OQfc ,u:ri-S , e a , t ""iuo mmcn acne :V, J ! au.rm Jn a word V attemPts at show are sadly out of place at a funeral. Dress is a matter of taste A per son has a right to dress in any man ner desirable and if persons wish to n1" mrning( no man dare say them nay IHjoweer Rearing imourning advertises our sorrow and grief to mourn according to certain rules laid down bv srwiAtv tv, ; i . fensive. Srviow r, i. A should wear, first mourning for twelve months, and then we may put on sec ond mourning. What does 'fashion know about tho. ah; 1 lo i our holv relicri naf blf3 13 the eateway into etor- nThri,Whl i110?1 ?ePartod friends, uimiic at, aeatn s alarms, Dealh but the servant Jesus sends, lo call us to his arms." J- L. MURPHY $100 REWARD, $100 Ihe reader? of this paper will be pleased to jfearn there is at least one! aiseasc that, science has been able to core n all its stages and that is catarrh Catarrh being greatly .....yuy tiwismutionai conditions requires constitutional treatment. Z,, ULarrn medicine :s taken intern-ally and acts through the Blood on the Miucona Snrfc,.o- u o tern thereby destroying the founda tion of the disease, giving the patient strength bv builHino- nn v. a: , . - - fc WIC tUHSbl- tution and assisting nature in doing its wnrt Tl . i , & i. 2 ... . piypnecors nave so much faith m the curative powers of .w..., wiai. LUCY offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it faila t o j - - nii.. bow ior list of testimonials. Address V. J r.hann.n j i m. ledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. ady Morning service at 11 o'clock. The pastor will preach on the subject: "The Sevior and The Saved." At the evening service at 7 o'clock the subject of the sermon will be: j "'Loose Thine and Let Thine Go." j Thoughtful persons stand for the! church, also because the church I stands for the besit things. The I church-goer lines up with the forces' which makes for righteousness. He-; is on the side of the people who want to live the noblest lives them selves and who are trying to help this needy world to do the same. The most efficient agency of human service on earth is the Christian j church. The churchman is a. sharer! in all the world-wide beneficence of the organization. iThey who would i mane Liicix lives cuuui aiiuuiu Dei counted among those upon whom the WE WAN" AH 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.O.RHODES Estate. Ymiir oita The Clay Printing Company, with new machinery and ma terial, is prepared to undertake all kinds of job and book printing at moderate prices. Let our representative call on you or drop into the office and talk . the matter over. 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