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' THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD TUESDAY EVEN M, SEPTEMBER 5 PAGE FOUR 0 F T 01 R At picnics and home parlies, drink V; ftECL U. S.- PAT OFF Bottled - . POKES it J In it. mm 1 - , ; hu r. Delicious and Refreshing to. f .-" T rlr bone B ' '-"our grocer V tor a case COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., BRING RESULTS US - - - One Cent a Word for Each. Insertion . - THIS SIZE TYPE TWO CENTS A WORD This Size Three CenU a Word AH ada rath with ropy. Count the words before sending in your copy WANTED A man for general farm work. Must know how to feed and handle teams and farm machinery. House, garden and wood furnished. See H. P. Robinson at Granite Farm. 9-4-3t. FOB SALE Brand new 7 -room bun galow on Soutli 15th street. All mod ern conveniences. Splendid basement. Terms part cash. Apply J 508 10th avenue. Phone .'125-L. -4-3t-pd. FOR SALE Wentingnotise automatic electric range in perfect condition. Reason for selling, leaving town. Ap ply 1508 Tenth avenue. Phone 325-L. 9-4-3t-pd. FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping and one i'nv- nished room. Phone Rex lunch room, 248-J. y-4-3t. FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms one furnished modem. Sen I). W. ' Cook,' ftex Lunch Room, Phone 24S-J. 0-4.3t. FOR SALE Collage on Eighth Ave nue adjoining the Fred Flakier home, iC'lwse in. 'Modern. Water, light. Just worked over. Terms reasonable. W. B. Council. 9-2-fit pd FOR SALE OVERLAND SEDAN EASY TERMS. JOHNSON'S OAR AGE. ., 8-2;-tf. FOR SALE New (i-room bungalow with bath and all modern conven iencesfcJ)cated ori'lOth Street. If in terested eee, I). M. Boyd & Co., or Phone ija Price and terms to suit purcKjSSer. ,D;jyi. Boyd & Go. 8-31-tf FOR SALE ONE OVERLAND CAR. EASY. TERMS. JOHNSON'S (JAR AGE, ;'. .- 8-26-tf. WANTED Man to work in dairv barn. "(Jood housewater and light furnished free. Good wages. Apply H. P. Robinson, manager Granda . Dairy 'Farm. , FOR SALE Nice Filley Colt. Will ex change, for mk cow. See Henrv Reitzel, 3r Conover, R i i)-5-2t-pd LOST Black handbag containing watch-and visiting card of Mrs. A. C. Zillicoffer. Reward if return ed toi Record ' office. , 9-5-2 b MISS MAUDE S. ABERNET,TIY WILL open her music studio for lessons in piano and voice, September 12. 9-5-lt pd 1 HAVE SOME NICE BARGAINS IN Real Estate close in property-and suburban property, for sale. My office is in the Home Canner Building on I lib ave. Phone No. 61. D. L. Martin, . Real Estate Agent. 9-5-6t. I H AVE A 9-ROOM DOUSE WITH all modern conveniences. Big lot 100x200 in the second block from the square for $4,700.00. Terms. This is a real bargain. You couldn't build a house for the money. This is for quick sale. See me before it is ' gone. My office is in the Home Can nor Building on 11th avo., Phone No. .!. D. L. Martin, Real Estate. Agent. 9-5-tit. IWT Between Granite Falls and Hickory automobile license. Dealer No, 250. Finder please return, to Looper Motor Co., Granite Falls. N. C. 9-5-1 1 pd WANTED a good man to work for the Singer Sewinsr Machine Co. at Hickory, N. C. J. R. Boyd manager. 8-29-Gt ALL MAKES OF PHONOGRAPHS and Talking machines cleaned and repaired. Have your machine clean, ed and overhauled before the spring breaks. Its cheaper. Piedmont. Pho nograph Co, 713 FOR "RENT Two furnished rooms. light housekeeping, telephone water lights. -Mrs. Clement, Phone 65. i 9-2- eod tf. NEW SHIPMENT OF genuine honey bee hon ey. Try a bucket. Yo der's Carry and Save. 9-5-it FOR THE CHILDREN Tablets and pencils. Yoder's Carry and Save. . 9-5-lt 111 I III" Ti am- i- it . DelicioiiSy iref rediinglaiiilnour UhSng. Five cents. Served in half pint bottles. ?- ;; , ,.j . . ....... ........... ... ,. . .: . :- INSIST ON BEING SEliVEp CHOCOLATE MILK. 4 rt'i i -'I ' Catawba Creamery Co; N I asn ana uarry ' . . : , ...... . . v -. Phone 510 Prizes ' for best kept yardis and prettiest flower plots in the Brook lord mill village were awarded by a committee this morning after an inspection tour that included more than 50 homes and that put the judges to tlj. iking as to who were the iui.a ' winners. Thexe was no. great ' diffi culty in determining, the four prettiest premises, but so many ot the yards were well cared for that the com mittee; had some studying to do. la each instance, . however, the decision of the committee was unanimous. Mr. J. B. Duval, assistant treasurer of the company, chose the committee yesterday and when they appeared, lie. and Supt. H. F. Moody sent Mr. J. J. Stepp, master mechanic, arounci with it and the judges had only num bers to go by. 'The names of the win ners were not known to the committee, until after the report had been made. This was done in order to give aii the contestants an absolutely impar tial deal. tinder the management of Superin tendent Moodey, Mr. Duvall and Mr. Stepp, wonderful improvements hav been made about the grounds of the. mills. Flowers and grass plots have replaced barns and coal bins and the neatness and beauty of the mill pro perty was reflected in many well kept unvrls Mo- flower orardens in Hickory could surpass some of those seen this morning. Certainly no yaras wery cleaner than some visited. n.i thf . recommendation of the judges, Messrs! Moody and Duval ad ded a fourth prize. The . first prize, awarded to Mrs. L. M. .Hefner, calls for $25 cash; the second, given to Mrs J. Kelley Butler, $15; the third, Mrs! Sid Lewis, $10, and the fourth, Mrs. Lee Smith, $5. Mrs. Lewis and Mrs, Smith were- close contestants. The judges gave honorable men tion to Mrs. Jim Newton. Mrs. J. V. Price, Mrs. Etta Rich, Mrs. O. E. Winebarger, Mrs. Reinhardt, Mrs. Fannie Couch, Mrs. W. P. Pope and Mrs. Jim Foster and might properly have included some others. . . It was a pleasure to see the im provements, made about this mill, which is- inaking some of the finest cotton goods in the country. The peo ple are interested in their work? and are ad to cooperate heartily in im provements. Mr. Stepp is the land scape gardener, the tree surgeon, building inspector and all round man ani shows much interest in his job. The company is to be congratulated. The "judges were Mrs. Carrie Gam ble"Miss Edward Clement, Edgar L. Fox and S H. Farabee. Incidentally the iudges were, presented with some pretty cloth. t NO RACE SUICIDE News and Observer. . The . census reports showing that North Carolina continues at the head of the column in the number of babies born is a piece of news that is a guarantee of the state's future. It is proof of healthy conditions m the body politic. And what is a proper ac companiment is the fact that the state from mountains to sea is building ade at rVionl houses and training com petent teachers to teach the rising gen eration. What is the trouble with France to day ? At the bottom of all its troubles is the fact that France is cursed with race suicide. It fears the worst because it- pp jidiacent nations rapidly in creasing their population by large fam ilies while its own birth rate continues to dwindle. What France needs is. more families like that of Gen. Mangin: He has been married 12 years and is the father of eight children born in the time. With such families France could look the future in the face without a qualm. - . We, have just concluded our world wide investigation and discover the cost of living is the same everywhere in this respect that it takes all you make. Collier's Weekly. WALLACE RE1D SCORES IN .'NEW. RACING PICTURE If a' trans-continental race were staged between entries by all the leading makes of automobiles, what type of a car would win? This question is pictorially answer ed in "Across the , Continent," 1 by Wallace Reid, Paramount 'star, who thunders over the roads in a small flivver ad drives ot to victory. : Wallace Reid has proven popular in ; al) of the preceding automobile race stories in which he has appeai--ed, but his latest which was shown at tne .Pastime theatre yesterday most unique of them all. The. action doesp't take place on a "circular race track, but involves all kinds of roads in the United States, all kinds of weather, and a good many thrilling stunts and incidents. Action, fast and spicy, is its principal ingredient. The, supporting cast includes. Mary MacLaren, Theodore Roberts, Betty Francisco, Walter Long, Lucien Lit tlefield. Jack Herbert, Guy Oliver and Sidney D' Albrook. Added attraction ratne xews. lomorrow Thomas M'eighan in , "The Bachelor Daddy" from the novel by Edward People, author of "The Prince Chap." An other Paramount Special. TRY OUR HOME MADE CANDIES, Ice cream and Fountain drinks. J. Henry Hill, 9th avenue- 7-25-tf ALIVAY SffflEll BBDQOQBSiSiSiiSi&Sllii NO AMBITION Nervous and Dizzy, Every thing Seemed to Worry Me. How I Got Well '- Larwi!l, Indiana. "My back vras so bad 1 could not do my washing. I was al ways tired out and had no ambition, waa nervous and dizzy and everything seemed to worry me andlhadrwful pains in my r'ht side. I felt badly about four years and could not do my work as it should have been done. IsawLydiaE. Pinkham's Vege table Compound ad vertised so much and it did so many peo ple good that I began to .take it myself. I am feeling fine now and everyone tells me .they neve saw me looking so well. I live on a farm, do all my work, and have three little girls to take care of. I am recommending this medicine to my friends and know it will help them if they use it like I do." Mrs. Herbert Long, R. R. 3, Box 7, Larwill, Indiana. Many women keep about their work when it is a great effort. They are al ways tired out and have!no ambition. When you are in this condition cive it prompt attention. Take Lydia ET Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, for it is especially adapted to correct such troubles, as it did for Mrs. Long. Read Record Want Ads you to" visit our Can dy, Confectionery, and Notion Store" on Union Square. We carry the best of everything at low est prices. Give us a trial before you buy. J.W. Moose on SUBSCRIBE FOR THE RECORD ANNOUNCEMENT . I want the public to "understand that I did not sell -my real estate and, good will. I only sold my insurance busi ness with the exception of Life Insur ance. I have been sick all" summer but J am now getting better and able ti attend to my real estate business and Life Insurance. D. L. Martin, Real Es tate Agent. . 9-5-lt EDISON , 1 PHONOGRAPHS 7 MUSICAL If v INSTRUMENTS T ' OF ALL KINDS - 14 STARR PIANOS 1 PLATE R-R O L L S 7 RADIO WIRELESS Piedmont I Phonograph Company Hickory A JV N.C. X ... ., ,...L.:., .." 7-r -'.-X':.. " : , ". rv' ; ' To Brighten Things - Use Paint There are two master painters and paperhangers in-Hicll9 ' ory who specialize in making old things look like new. They take pride in creating something attractive out of" that' which" seems quite hopeless. Why dont you consult us about that property which ' has been an eye-store to "you for so long? We know what is needed to improve it and are the men best fitted to do it. -A phone call : will bring one of us to you. Estimates free. Ramsaur & Webb ' Telephone 383-J ectric Cookery xpensive let's See If It Is Last month our Vice-President want ed to see how our coDkincc customers were faring; so he called on Every Branch to eo over each customers' bills for the past 12 months and get an average. Here are the figures: The average of all the 800 cooking customers on otir lines was actaully less than S5.50 per month. The average for our Hickory custom ers was $4.86 per month and, mind you, this included about 25 customers who were heating ail their water electrically and this was part of their average of JjM.8( per month. Some people eat more, cook more and ; have more hot water. Some bake more, roast more and entertain more company. isut the average as given above includes mem all. ; ( Some neonle are extravagant in all their habits. Some are economical in some things extravagant in another. Some ride their cars more and burn more gasoline, wear our more tires. We feel safe in saying .that the 800 included some of all kinds. But we are appealing to the house wife wno cares more lor the quality of the looi she serves her family who cares more for the healthful conditions under which they are prepared and to the husband who cares more for the appearance of the homo and the conveniences he provides for his wife. YOUR NEIGHBOR USES AN ELECTRIC fx"'. , We Are Glad to Answer Questions . Southern Public TT T - Utll itisCo. Plibne 148 i - '