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) 1:1 1 1 1 Mi ), i. : ,' Ml 1 1 t i'J' .1 'A ! Hi 4 n 4f II, I if " ,lj. id i iff 111 , page Tfrtt HfflORY Daily Record, HICKORY DAILY RECORD WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY 26, 9 The Catawba News-Enterprise is-' BICJ SPF-'CIAL "MALE "AND FE- rMWJWMW l- v-- sc"! an: industrial and : lt iMiSsi h; "'W' educational edition that was credit today on1y. Cecfl U- BeMIle's groa- EXTRAORDINARY. ATTRACTION lift Zjk, the nnhlishers. There are many nrnd'nr-tion Tilale And Female" Found -t&fM&'' . :.;' "XV. X Ja- articles oi reai vwue i i - v . , .. v - t r '&MuasFi! ariisE s ii a ft a lSKpwSdSS!d3. Wm m - A sections and persons who are interest- 'fil Fi&U i llMis- tffffgW &S 71$ m in th history of' the cfanty will feth ;.sf l &:Zi 5 THfl A VOM! V Ad1 M , if! find it worth preserving. A large rhomts 'MehHianLila' Leo'Thcoddtt 3 lC?t2Th : ' fc tTT? ih-.li mM I .'i.'-il-. -( I . .1 HVl7 at,-'JM I ; : : , .? mm) Subscribers desiring the address of their paper changed will please gtate in their communication botn OLD and NEW addresses. To insure efficient deliver, t:4- Via made to tho Su-; 1 . r nromntly. I amount of pood advertising is earn- i Koberf.s iPUCr w W can 167 re- cd in the edition. Uliy 8Unni"tio - - gardinR complaints. i INSCRIPTION RATES nno Year - - $5.00 Mr. Barrett -si iAhhi 6 months, $2.00) gument. A rlH.T - $2.B0; W0Uld be tv. Months 125 suggestion. One Month ,1V prfvnd-class matter Kuvjr.onii iiatcou ana o'Jiern lit you '-c'- tni-' great p scran f (when it jvas shown here before-don . ' On the question of preserving law c Cedi i of 'Cecil B. Der y Great One Week Entered as S,n,Jtembcr 11, 1915, at the postoffice at Ilickory, N. C under the act of March 8, 1879. A(u-iatcd Prescs is exclusive y entitled to the use of republica tion of all news credited to it or not credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. 7 ... .v T' ' .- - - --- i A Pt fc-T Ttv -GJ 1 , there is no room lor ar-jot s-amptrx'u:- and "ar ustie production?- i& &m m b & 1 . ts?i debate on . tiie quesuon . wiriC 'a-" O 88 H! J more ridiculous, than the I J "it1;,' vi-.rvL i,1;ni;; J f 'IOl ili' J ;'- itacla.'lenatj-w ''class'and mighty. f . peal to iicarf immagmation. io mis; 1-uurtded en .1 is i J- rvf lint, -..- .1,1 Virv s f laiv.it v. S iiflC! , inns il V" . ... . Jot iii.-. nvf.TM.Tk' nerfcrmance ov iIrs tt 4 v. r-. m A .!w tnum wo nim-ht. comment on , t i -itj V"...., v. o - - - . TTtv, r a nn ni vmir sinr. nf--"i .iv" . finest cockle burr patch ever seenff)re" th; We ormance ' commendpf ,f , 'AeaHcd for t s. All the bushes are Shows 3-5-7ara U p. m. I? "3 td section the about these part of uniform size and are close together. ucuon fcs raa mm M. Barrio's Famous Play 1IRABLE CRICKTON" lie Screen by Jeanle Slacpherson , INDEPENDENCE Ono in .every 17 persons in North Carolina owns an automobile or truck, according to recent figures- The per centage of wheelbarrows is not so Igood. o w f The editors and publishers this week are holding their convention at Lec ' SCHOOL CLOSING C Theodore Roberts, Raymond Hatton, Robert Cain, Bebe Dan -U, Smvov'3 ..-'i VO-''ai suiiimer school rj , ,l;a' Faye, -Mildred Reardan, Maym lieho, Guy Oliver, Edna . cordially invites you . to part icip fit: ( opcr anj Lillian Leip.hton. 1 in their closing v'hich vil).begi widj' J t stvnrvtmfrtv fflk irr',a -y Pirn it i 1 ' in I rti 1 1 1 . . . . . 1 A. ... .,4-. 4 ivnn lc This is the seasc'n oi me yewi ",oreiov, wnvic an inivitnib .m.v. this section of the counuy wuvn juwunacu wv", ?,i hU plement. it nc w .. mnrip Thursda i July at iuapu; i ( Grove and end wi.ii a program Frida;- night, July 2A, at .Piiendship Bap'tis- chnrch. . . . , , No admission. A donation is asKea fc v r Come one, come ail. Yout- presence nnnrfftatCC . ' r Pres. J. F.'SMYRE Teacher Mrs. Lottie A Barbour. ICZVLTQ Special Music at the Evening Performance by Mrs. Hatcher 1 !-, Z ADMISSION: Children, 10 cents, No Tax. Adults, 30 cents, Tax included. inrmer . . TOnRt TTIE PART OF WISDOM energetic nn.i m..., - i OrrnHl,oro News of his crops laid by with a oanK at- , Th;g CQUnt is caught in a play of count besides, plenty of waterrm iuik, mignty forceSt the outcome of which HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN ' 13th avenue and 15th street. At 8 p m. today church services, c.,i,i,..t nf swmon: "iveturmr,''- ii-om Israel of Old, a Lesson V 1.'.' f t 1 j7m(imsmwBmmssBsm vf 0;.' OKI rairimonial SE A UT of that vast total of our hundreds of O thousands of divorces how many ship wrecks does one suppose occur on the rocks of financial mismanagement? 'V must make matrimony a financial suc rp?a first ! We must comprehend the proper and esntial relation between marriage and We must teacn our oxiuw iu cctvtj aim our bridegrooms to build bank accounts ! money, inspire ompanz j:;. a bit in the middle of the day. He is a pc,simist. indt.,d who does Church Today. $4j . Uij c,,n contemplate the railroad and jnot bolide the problem of digging luis bci Ke i o.c 01, " "C1f Wb 1 S, ;:;xUithmoreorrc 5pecial PasTIMC. imity, realising that his whea b ,n ------1 Solution, llic cordially invited. , - k' V jntrs" li Prcvnt a shwtagC f C0R1 ' &ML lomorow and lrcay g k. ikes ss. - - mm 1 - Our . 1 . u6BM"AHHU3li' SwSfeu ' ----- 1 On . . . . 1.. 5 nr& W(ll' Next winter s iuci. suppiy rying him. He can wait until winter if he euros to, and take a cross-cut .nw t the woods and bust up a dead tree, drag it to the yard and cut it into stove and fire wood at his pleas- The farmer in these parts docs no make a "killing," but he makes a good, independent living, and if he worries it ought not to be on his own occount. - , The farmer wcrks hard in sm" months and lives like a prince about all the time. i mi f The Record does not dislike any of the men who are in charpe of politics in this county and it has a real fond ness for many of them. To deny them anything would be hard. This paper does not claim to be neutral a word it has little respect for but it does claim to be independent and honest, a fact that is generally appreciated. Those who want to use its columns may do so, provided they arrange terms with the business office. Alt items of a news . nature will be published gladly, but propaganda, unless it is such as to Xool us, will be eliminated except as advertising. ; Chas. W. Bagby, who was elected chairman of the county Democratic executive committee at Newton yester day afternoon, may be expected to instill ginger into the campaign. He takes the job with the assurance of the united support of the Democrats of the county and a fight with every blow above the belt may be expected. The committee gave Frank A. Hender son, retiring chairman, a vote of thanks for his good service two years ago. Chief interest centers in the can didatcs to be named in the convention .set for A'ugust 12. We don't know how these other fel lows who sit down before a typewriter and attempt to peck off editorial stuff got along when they can scarcely think of anything except strikes, but as far as we are concerned, our mental ma chinery requires a little rest from con templation of the day when our white paper will run out and we can get no more to produce anything readable. If a fellow has to bo pulling out briers and thorns all tho time, he can't be expected to reflect. There has been so much trouble in various coal fields that some sort of . better regulation of tho industry cer tainly is called for. Most people regard both operators and miners as hard boiled guys, neither side deserving of sympathy from the public which is 'fleeced at every turn, and anything that can be done to them will be , appreciated. cd by the people of Greensboro be tween now and the end of the year which comes in the midst of the per iod of heaviest fuel requirement is 13,000 tons, not counting industrial establishments that buy their coal in quantity. And the amount on hand is some' 650 tons. Prudence demands that Greensboro and every other North Carolina com munity similarly situated take thought now to make the best disposition pos sible against a coal shortage next win ter. Organization should be formed in ample time for control of all coal obtainable, and its distribution amongst the people in equitable man- rcr. Tho smvpv madp nt thp instance of the industrial bureau of the cham-j ter of commerce is a timely service, and other action should follow. Now is the time to anticipate a par tial fuel famine in such a way as to minimize the resultant suffering, in convenience and loss. If it does not come, so much the better; in that event, the people will be in the posi tion of the man who takes out acci dent insurance and suffers no accident. You re m iveis seat r v- JOSEPH M. SCHj presents with. :. jj CTOAI I CDC M Mill! k TliPlilPF - IN-- Will Begin mi Oheyv e got the PfcP rirteen cigarettes i lie Dign on the Door .Mayonnaise dressing is of a man's life a thing apart; 'tis woman's whc'Ic existence. St. JoseDh News Press. 3 k&fi"y- From. A First National Attraction ' Herbert Brenon Chasmiag Pollock's play, Directed by i r 1 1 r,; j..( sr -j. . iiriri 1 im'zm.ner xne Jgn an me jw.jr j ihrilis:. the wav it. reached out an! vr every moment of the life -,of a girl who didn't I'J ii irried one? 4 -.s a stage play? Roraember its raadc yen live inrougai j5S. i know men till July 27th and Continue August 12 th u iv js.aait tjb,. viae; i t rVJii;a xl va is,-..iiu iiit- Vi 0 X. ,iit 6.-1 By Mrs ADDED ATTRACTION--PATKE NEW! SHOWS: 3:00,'i5:OP.'7:00 and 99 P. M. D H I SSI ) li Children 10 Cents. No tax. Adults, 30 c.-ms. Tax included. 5'JN Other makes of shirts will be included in This Sale $1.65 A Movie Stal in Every Package Rccbrd'.ifW-ant Ads A V. tdf Z SL I hem. $2.50 grade $3.00 and $3,25-grade $3.50 grade . . . . S4O0 grade ... . $5.00 grade . . . .. . . . 2.25 2.65 2,85 3.45 riilTin;iiW"Mnwjiiiiiiiriiiini""TTiiinTrm"-TfirrTriir'-''ti- Keep Tfeesii Announcement that highway con struction will be seriously interfered with in North Carolina means that the striking shopmen, in their efforts to bring the railroads "to their knees," . have thrown several thousand men out of work in this state. And there will bo many others. It is a strike too against an order of a governmental ftgcncy- Senator Medill McCormick of Illi nois is trying to straighten things out with the women who are after him for saying that women have no busi ness seeking the higher offices. A lot of United States senators think' that, we wot, but Medill is the only fellow who'll say it out loud. v W)' If a young fellow's dad slammed him around and, tanged him up as dc his football colleagues he'd have the old in an arrested 'for 'cruelty to ani niah. San Francisco Chronicle. In addition to values mentioned above we have a special number in a Wilson Bros Shirt . . . .... ........ .$1.20 Come in and make your selection early. HORSES EH ARE your horses thin in flesh, weak or sickly? Are your mules oft feed lack appetite? Are your cows in poor condition? CARO-VET CONDITION POWDER will put them back on their feed, correct stomach disorders and givo them new life!; It is a highly medicated tonic and effective system builder. As a blood purifier and appetite stimulaiiti you will find Caro-Vet Condition Powder a dependable quick-acting remedy. . , . j f i-7 f Restore the health of your ailing live stock by the use of Caro-Vet Remedies.' There is a f reliable, specific treatment for each of the common disorders and diseases of horses, mules, cattle, hogs, dogs and poultry. They are used and highly endorsed by thousands of live-stock owners CARO-VET REMEDIES Colic Mixture, 8 oz ". . . . .75 Hemostat (to stop bleeding) 8 or 75 Swine Tonic, 8 oz.. 50 Liniment, H oz.. 51 ' Liniment, 10 or. 75 Tig Scours, 16 oz 50 Mange Treatment, 8 oz 50 Mange Treatment, 16 oz .75 Cattle Bloat, 16 oz so Influenza and Distemper, 16 oz 1.00 Disinfectant, 8 oz .50 Disinfectant, 16 oz .75 Disinfectant, Si cz 1.00 , Lotion (for bruises) 16 oz -. . . .50 Lotion, 82 oz .75 Tonic for Horses, Mules, Cattle. , .75 Antiseptic Dusting Powder, 4 oz 50 Vermifuge (worm powder) 6 oz 50 Purgative Powder, 21 oz 50 Condition Powder for Ilorses, Mules and Cattle, Sioz 75 Swine Condition Powder, 8 oz 2,5 Antiseptic Ointment, 2 oz 59 Swine Laxative and Purgative, 32 oz. .50 Egg Producer, 1 lb , .50 Makes hens lay, develops pullets into early layers, belps to keep poultry healthy and produces fast growth in young chicks. Carolina Remedies Co.; Inc. Union, South Carolina ' "Fanners' Veterinary Guide," written by Dr. J. W. Buchanan (;u licensed Veterinarian of long experience,, and., originator of Caro-Vet llemedies) should be in the hands of every farmer and owner of live stock. This illustrated 48-pasjc book explains symp toms, tells how to quickly diagnose any ailment and prescribe the proper remedy. Used in connection with .Caro-Vet Remedies, this valuable guide will enable you to "doctor your own," saving time, money and possibly the lives of valued animals. a ror a limited time (until July SI) we make this free offer. Take the coupon to the nearest dealer, purchase Caro-Vet Remedies to the amount of One Dollar (or more) and receive absolutely free, a copy of "Farmers' Veterinary Guide" (price 59 cents) and a full pound package of "Caro-Vet Egg Producer and Chick Developer." If you can't go to any Caro-Vet dealer, mail us your order, together with the coupon and remittance, and,we will send your , package by parcel post prepaid. USE THIS COUPON I TO ANY CARO-VET DEALER: S Willi . Legion Swimming Poel 10 a. m. 10 p. m. , -Water Clean and Cool -special attention given women and children : " mna c 'The Quality Shop" Record Want Ads Bring Results Try Th : ITpon presentation of this coupon, you are authorized to give 3$ I FREE a copy of "Farmers' Veterinary Guide" and a full pound ; package of Egg Producer with u purchase of 1.00 worth, or more, of Caro-Vet Remedies Name St. and ATo R.F.D Date. .i' . ... ..ww...,.,...... - Town. ; State Vvre are now in a position to supply you with any and all part:; necessary for the . build- , ing of Radio Outfits. Also com--plete outfits for home or field ase. Properly built radio outfits, lefy static. Call us Tel. 304. Piedmont Phonograph poriuuities j Company j are always opening for the man or woman with ready cash. Often you have heard some one say, "If I only had a few hundred dollars at that time I might have been rich today." - You never can tell when such an opportunity will apen to you. , bt f?PPr knCkS at Cach one's door' not once fTLTe beieve -t Opportunity has a list of --v. oxi.Ka ueposuors of this bank and nrst calls on them. will make the 'irst National Bank HICKORY, N. C. cashier; J, L. Cillev. SSf ' T D -T?in,ii "a?ital and Surplus $300,000 D. JMhott president K" o tw - ' . :. oLhtJZ t Menzies, vice-president and cm.