TUESDAY EVENJNG, DECEMBER iq
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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HICKORY DAILY RECORD
Subscribers desiring the address of
their paper changed will please state in
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To insure efficient delivery, com
plaints should be made to Subscription
Department promptly. City subscrib
ed should call 1G7 regarding complaints.
President Harding is now said to be
in favor of the soldier bonus bill, pro
vided a feasible means can be found
for financing1 it. He was in favor of
it that way last time.
RED CROSS SEALS
One year $5.00
(By Mail, $4.00; 6 months, $2.00)
Six months $2.50
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Entered as second-class matter, Sep
tember 11,1915, at the postoffice at
Hickory, N. C, under the act of March
The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled to the use or republication
of 'all news credited to it or not credit
ed in this paper and also the local news
these seals is used to help stamp o,ut
tuberculosis resulting- in a stronger
and healthier citizenship.
If the cooperation of every person
is given the results will be much bet
ter and quicker.
Buy your Christmas seals from any
of the drug stores or from the Van
BUYS SHUFORD STOCK
The Hickory fire department, of
which Harry E. Whitenor is chief, is
entitled to felicitations. We do not
know of any other fire department in
the state which could have put over a
project so readily as the local organi
zation put over the Gnmewell fire
alarm system last week. It showed
that Hickory business men, who might
have informed the chief that it was
Up to the town to put in the system
showed their faith in the department
and their appreciation of its work ami
ffieipnev bv froincr down into their
w - et "
pockets for more than $2,500 cash to
assist in thetinstallation of a fire alarn
system. If the firemen do not feel com
plimented by this manifestation of
confidence, they are Grange birds.
They are not strange birds; they arc
rarncst, efficient fire-fighters, who
have . the interest of their town at
J. P. Burns has added to his list ox
stores by purchasing the Wade H. Shu
ford stock of goods in Highland, Mr.
Shuford having sold out to engage in
other business. The Rhodhiss stock
was brought to Highland by Mr. Shu
ford after the Southern Power Com
pany decided not to renew the lease on
the large store building there. Mr.
Burns conducts a store on Ninth ave
nue? sx.it another in West Hickory.
TODAY, LAST TIME
WILLIAM FOX presents
Zane 'Grey's Western Story
DEATH OF A CHILD
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
L. Davis are sympathizing with them
in the death of their beautiful little
six-weeks old daughter, Bertha Estelle.
Onlv a short time remains in which! which occurred Sunday morning at 4
to buy the tuberculoses Christmas o clock. The little one had been ill mr
seals .d aid in the ficht atrainst the several days an d all that loving hands
great white plague. and human skyi could do could not pre-.
Evprv hod v is "ask to buv these little vail against the "Master's wish. He
seals" and paste on Christmas pack-j wanted her for one of his precious jew
ages and letters. The best asset any els.
community can have is good health i The funeral was held from the resi-
tand the proceeds from the sale of dence yesterday morning at 10:30.
Staged by Emmett J. Flynn
Biggest Western Photodrama. Ever -Made I
The Record hopes to publish th?
music programs to be rendered in the
llickory churches Sunday and in or
der to do justice by the program, the
paper must have the copy in the ofl'kv
not later than Friday afternoon. Friday
noon will be better. The Record will
come out early Saturday afternoon
and skip Christmas day. ' Those in
charge of the church music are urge I
to send In. their programs not later
than Friday afternoon to insure publi
If anybody should inquire, you might
for a-change-admit that this is pecul
iar weather. For instance, Sunday
night was clear enough to foment a
big frost; yesterday was cloudy all
day, and the weather man forecast
snow or rain in the interior. Not so
here. Another clear night some time
after. midnight and a frost this morn
ing with whiskers. What the day will
be nobody but a weather sharp would
forecast and he would likely get it
wrong. Still, it ought to be different.
Hickory's schools will close tomor
row for the holidays. At the same time
boys and girls attending college else
where will be coming home for ten
days or two weeks with their parents.
.There will be plenty of activity for tha
young people, who will have the stage
during this season.
10p and 20c
"SEEING IS BELIEVING"
A Comedy Drama Too Good to Miss
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LAST SHOWING ZANE GREY
I the sci'een with this element unweak-
PICTURE PASTIME TODAY 'ened, and with scenic eifects that de
light the eve and stir the imagination.
It is a picture that should not be
Tomorrow Viola Dar.a in "Seeing is
Believing." A comedy drama too good
The Boy Scouts of America
'THE BATTLE OF THE
A Page From the Early History of North Carolina
Prciiuccd on the exact spot where this famous battle was fought
in North Carolina
EVERY SCHOOL ROY OR GIRL
studying history should see this picture
Did you know this was really the first battle of the American
ALSO A JOHNNY JONES TWO-KEEL COMEDY
fXf3 Admission 10 cents and 20 cents
If you missed seeing Zane Grey's
"Last Trail" at the Pastime Theatre
yesterday, be sure and come today.
It carries an all-star cast, headed by
Maurice Flynn and Eva Novak, and
;ras directed by Emmett J. Flynn.
Also, in the company is Rosemary
Theby, the statuesque, wh o has been
seen as the wicked but fascinating
Queen Morgan le Fay in the superb
Fox production of Mark Twain's "A
"The Last. Trail" is sufficiently ex
citi ng in incident to clinch the inter
est of the most calloused of picture
goers. It is stamped with the origin
ality that marks all of Zane Grey's
work, and it has been transferred to
"It's . got so these days," complained
a young man, "that you can hardly get
married unless you can show the girl
Two licenses?" exclaimed the
"Yes marriage and automobile."
Ladies' Home Journal.
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tt T 'matters little where your jurney;nrs ?r;;y
JL take you, or how far from us your homi
be. You can still, do business with us rl'cciiv -j -.
Simply mail us your deposit, and you win
straightway receive your deposit slfcp. The trans
action is as complete and satisfactory as th-,.,'-';
you had actuary-visited the bank.
WOMEN'S CLUBS ARE
ACTIVE IN SHANGHAI
WE WELD IT
Shanghai, Nov. 28. Enlarged ac
tivities for the coming year are plan
ned by the American Woman's Club
of Shanghai. With a membership ol
about 500, the work of the club is
beings carried forward bv a ."number
of units or departments. -
Dr. Anne Walter Fearn is president
of the club," which is affiliated, with
the, American Federation of Women .-,
Clubs. ' '
Stranger (to office boy) "I want
to see the editor." '
Office Boy "What editor ? We got j
all kinds of editors around this joint,
nothin' but editors; just like the Mexi
can army, all generals and no pri
vates.'' Washington Times.
9th Aremie Hickory, R c
Those who have been out since the
rains of last week report the ground
rather wet, but it is not nearly so wet
at one would expect. The streams are
still low and the hydro-electric power
lakes are far from full. They have risen
about five feet, but lack the head nec
essary to operate the machinery at
Thousands of people are thinking
these days of doing something for
others. It is a beautiful custom to re
member one's relatives and friends, but
it is a better one that makes men and
women search out needy families and
carry sunshine into their homes. The
poor wo have always with us, and in
providing for them at this season we
are serving the Master.
Representative Keller, Republican
of Minnesota, as the news dispatches
describe him, will be known to fame
as the congressman who pulled a bone.
Ha has made a complete mess of his
impeachment charges against Attor
ney General Daugherty, who unques
tionably is not the best man for the
place, but who has' not been guilty of
any high crimes.
Germans in Berlin are elated because-
the mark has increased in value.
You can take a suit case full of marks
now and buy a Christmas present.
Some good things are promised for
Hickory during the new year. If the
city is to continue its steady progress,
there must be much pulling together.
We have a complete display of Elec
trical Appliances that make Ideal Christ
mas Gifts for every member of the family.
Santa Claus vill be in Hickory 14 days
from now. That isn't long-, but there is still
plenty of time for you to stop by and leave
a message to Santa Claus, telling him what
you want Christmas.
GIFTS FOR EVERY MEMBER
OF THE FAMILY
See The Santa Claus Show Room Where
Everything Electrical is on Display
SERVICE FOR EVERY
Prompt, Courteous, intelligent attention.
Every, modern safeguard for your money.
Safe .Deposit Boxes for a small rent.
Officers and Directors chosen from among your own people.
irour business interests held strictly private.
Hearty co-operation with our Customers secures"" the best
result for us both.
Absolute honesty every day in the. week.
Try a Record Want Ad and Find-Lost Articles
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DR. GLENN R. FRYE
Office over Hickory Drug Co.
Hours: 11 to 12 3 to 5
Phones: Office 96;. Residence 1G2-J
First National Bank
HICKORY, N. C.
Capital and Surplus $300,000
J. D. Elliott, president; K. C. Menzies, vice-president and
cashier; J. L. Cilley, asst. cashier
Insure before it burns
.CITIZENS INSURANCE &
W. H. LITTLE, Mgr.
Let Us Protect Yon
FIRE FIRE j
We do All Kinds of
Radiator Repair Work
Hickory Lodge No.343
Regular Communication- First -and
Third Monday nights
Brethren cordially invited to be
E. H. SHUFORD, W. M.
W. L, BOATRIGHT, Sec
A. J. ESSEX -Graduate
Office in Jewelry Store Where Yoai
Eyes receive expert service
without the use of drugs
We have the most varied line of Christmas Gifts assembled to
gether in this City. From our, displays you can get "any kind of
remembrance that you want for this season. Having a REGULAR
GIFT SHOP as we do you may expect us to have the; best that
are on the market. This year we have marked our goods differently.
We are getting a much larger volume of business and we . are
giving you the benefit of this by marking our attractive lines much
lower in prices.
Christmas Post Cards, Very Pretty 1c Each
FOR THE MEN FOLKS
Rooks of Fiction
All kinds of Office Equipment that will
make Real Christmas Gifts
COME SEE OUR DISPLAY
Geo. E. Bisanar
DOCTOR QF OPTICS
Error of Refraction and all Optical
defects corrected with properly
Office and examination room in
connection with Jewelry stor
Hickory Harness Co.
Manufacturers of all Kinds of
HARNESS, BRIDLES, SADDLES,
AND STRAP WORK
Repairing a Specialty,,:. I
HICKORY, N. C. ' I
I have some very desirable city and
country proiJerty for sale If
interested, see, phone or
J. W. HOKE
Hickory - N. Cr.
G. W. RABY, M. D., D. a
Chiropractor and Spinal Specialist
Over Essex Jewelry Store
Chiraprnctie Eliminates the , Cause
of Disease - '
Phone 528-J 1 !
Mem. Amer. Sbc. Civil Engrs.
Waterpower, Waterworks And
Sewerage Land Sub-diviaion
HICKORY, N. C.
Chamber Commerce Building
Address: Granite Falls, N. C.
,. Hickory-Lenoir Jitney Srhedult
Leave Lenoir 8:30 p. m.
Leave Hickory 5 p. m.
Arrive for No. 21 and 2:
C. E. ROBBIXS.
Chase & Sanborn
Bet Grown in The
Whitener & Martin
Fair Visitor "Is there some place
aboard where I can get a drink of wa
ter?" The Gob "Certainly, Miss. Ai the
scuttlebutt, on . the starboard side of
of the gun deck, 'midships, just for'rud
of the dynamo hatch." .Judge.
S0x3 All Weather Tread $12.58
30x3 Cross Rib Cord ..512-30
32x4 Cross Rib- Cord $24.50
80xT, Cross Rib Tread ..$10.
Every Year is A Good Year For
HICKORY. N. C.
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