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HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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iOTICE TO POWER CONSUMERS
Owing to the damage done our sub-station by last
Tuesday's electrical Morm, we will be compelled to
clone down for a short while Sunday to make repairs
that were made only temporarily on the day of the
storm and to put in meters. The power will be cut oil'
at tt:;0 a. in. Sunday and we hope to have it on again
by 1 I o'clock. Trusting our customers will govern
themselves by circumstances over which we have no
control, we are, . ,
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OUTHERN POWER
By M. II. HOOVER, Superintendent.
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Friday and Saturday we
JULY 1 st and 2nd
1.00 to $4.00 purchases, six per cent discount, $4. to $8.00, eight
T cent 1 iseount or the equal of the di scount in goods of your
m selection. In addition to the discount we will give a special
( i on tne toi lowing goous;
4 lb. bucket Swift Jewel Lard at 60c
4 lb. bucket Flufo Lard at . . 60c
4 lb. bucket Snow Drift Lard at. 65c
24 lb. Carnation Flour at $1.30
24 lb. Good Will Flour at $1.30
24 lb. Blue Ribbon Flour at . $1.30
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CARD OI THANKS
i they too were marvelously helped." It:
; is a simile, harmless nrenaration ih-,i
"I am a traveling salesman an l removes the catarrhal mucus from lb ' We desire to thank our neishW
avr met others who. like myself, were j imestiml tract and allnys the in- , and friends for their kindness and
xivm muigesuon, siomacn, nammauon which causes nraeticallv
sympathy shown us in the death of
cur wife and mother and for the
trouble and gastritis. Since taking! all stomach, liver and intestinal
," weekly doses of Ma.yr's Wonder-' ments. includinp- ar.npndiriiiK. Ono
fn! Remedy I am very much pleased dose will convince or money refunded. m;:n-v ur. if ul ijoral offerin.-.
with its results so much so that I Vov sale by Hays Lojir Drug Store JA...tES R. H niihNKR AND
have, induced others to take it and and druggists everywhere. Adv CIIN DREN
Messrs. R. B. Fry and B. L. M u - SS
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e: Coal Company, purchased a site E3
'en the south side -;f the r-lli-oad op- Q
-fti fo.dPT.nt fuel cry and will bo &
making ice by August 15, it was an- El
nounced today. The capital stock of BS
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000 sub-ciibed. E3
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type lias been ordered and a 15-ton O
plant wi!l be operating by August B
15, the remaining 15 ton-; to le nut;
in wlicn needed. The machinery will ' B
be e!e:'t i ically driven. A side track ' 5
will be put in an 1 th-j company will 2
le han.liing coal in a few weeks. IS
Mr. Fry will be fycretarv-treasur-
ir cf the c-mpany and Mr. Marlowe
mnager. The site is on the J. K.i
Fisher nroperty and is well adapted
to the business.
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Messrs. Bryan Jones and Hud Hill- Wl.
man arc getting ready to c pen a cash B
and c.'iry store next .eek. They ex-j85
peet to be" ready for- business by I B
Wednesday. The inteiior cf the Vy.iB
J. Kennedy place on Fourteenth B
street end Ninth avenue has hoen re-j W
mede'ed and re-painted. Mr. KennJy!
has moved into the rear, and cliejB
place fitted up for shoppers. AU;B
good 5 will he s'bl for casn. The fir oj
ptomises atitaclive values.
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WII.I.. MAKE REPAIRS
SUNDAY CURRENT OFF
Superintendent M. Henry Hoover I
i will utilize a spell Sunday morning)
in making repairs at the Southern
Power Company sub station, the
power going olr at 8:30 and coming on
igain. it is hoped, by 11 o'clock. The
!(;;( ica! sliorm last Tuesday shot
the sub-station to pieces and stopped B
it machinery hero for several hours. B
The ie pairs are absolutely nev:v.srn-y.B
Mr. Hoover says and he will give;j
hor.s'nvives time to prepare breakfast g
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meal.
Persons who have automobile tire?:g
to pum up, and who are not found of gg
exercise, will do well to visit a garage gj
i the proper time. fj
JUNE BUSINESS
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REVIEW ISSUED B
Wasingtor,, June 30. June bu'si B
ness activities in the United States ( B
although showing an acceleration in;H
price declines, were classed as m
elusive" with respect to probable
future developments, by the monthly
teview of the federal reserve board,
issued today.
Theories that prices had reached
a stable basis, founded on a slowing
up of the price fall in May, the board j
lound were set aside by later rec
ords, and te board concluded thrit
''it is even more evident that the
close of the readjustment period has
not yet been reached" in seme lines
of business, notably iron and steel.
In iron the board said fit is now
geneiallv believed further readjust
ment of wages and prices is likely
to occur, and that iiureasod actvity
in it will certainly not be noted be
fore autumn."
In several branches of domestic
trade, the board said, because the
''month of June is usually a period
of relative quiet and temporary re
action" good conditions have contin
ued, and such recession as has occur.
icd is evidently only seasonal."-
Unemployment continued uract--c
- 1 ! y unchanged, the report said,
'with slight tendencies to better
ment, notably in agriculture, and
wit htendeneies to increase here and
thee, especially in basic industries
like iron."
"Hesita8:on in ourchasin,g," the
board said, marked all the channels
of distribution with little improve
ment in exports, but in banking there
was noted "a steady growth of
strength and liquidity."
"The reserves of the federal re
serve banks have been much enlarged
through continuous addition of go'd"
the board said, "whiie their outstand
ing liabilities have been reduced.
Federal reserve notes outstanding
have continued to shrink, and interest
rates have become more moderate
during the month."
A tendency toward ".the, evening
un of prices" in distributive chan
nels the boai- said, was aoted dur
ing the month, resulting "in the pass
ing on of price reductions to the
consumer in the form of lower ,-
tal prices. This was coupled with
downward modifications of freight
rates, with seasonal recession in
many industries and continued down
ward leadjustment in others, while
with productive prospects favorable
and prices apparently reaching a
condition of greater stability, th?
outlook for autumn trade apepar
reasonably encouraging."
In' sptvii')? industues, the board
reported "marked improvement dur
ing May and June in all sections of
i the country." Cotton conditions rat -led
at 60 per cent of full normal, a
partial exception to the general find
ing. Condition of fruit crops va.
J ricd greatly, the report said, : wi!h
large, eastern ?-j,r.ions producing
cherries, peaches, pears and apples
badky affected by firsts. Grape
fruits limes, pineapples, cantaloiipeg
and oranges were deplared above the
ten year average. ' !
Automobile productions dropped
off, while textiles showed a mixed j
conditiom, Rolens coming out best.
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The stores of Hickory .will be closed all day Monday,
July 4, and the public is asked to make all purchases
on Saturday. The employes and employers hope to
join the general public in enjoying one of the greatest
holidays of this grand republic. Thanking all for past
favors and wishing all a pleasant Fourth, we are,v
Respectfully,
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ND the number ii increasing every
L. day. The mar.y conveniences and
oiecidcol cconoiity of New Perfection Oil
Cook Stovers are the explanation of their
wide-spread popularity.
The New Perfection makes perfect cook
ing easy. Delicious pastry of all kinds,
'nicely done roasts and tender-crusted
pies no mystery r.bout tliem, the accu
rate control of your heat assures perfect
results, always. A separate burner for
each cooking utensil makes possible a
great saving of fuel and a cool, comfort
able kitchen, even on. warm days.
Do away with coal and wood carrying
and the litter, ashes and eust that go
with them. New Perfection kitchens
are clean and invariably tidy. The white-
ouseKeepers
tipped flame of this modern cook stove
provides intense, controllable beat with
out sooting your pans.
The New Perfection is strongly built and
can be kept attractive with a dut-cloth,
no blacking necessary. Most buyers se
lect the four-burner sire with warming
cabinet and a New Perfection Oven.
However, five, three, two and one-burner
si-es are obtainable by those who prefer
them.
Aladdin Security Oil is noted for its
uniform quality and cleanliness. Always
dependable, use it regularly.
Nen-Perfection Oil Cook Stoves are sold a! iv.ost
hardware, furniture and department stores.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY (NEW JERSEY)
PERFECTION
Oil Cook Stoves
ShuforJ Hardware Co,
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