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HiCKORY DAILY RECORD WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 24, r Diamonds, Fine Gold Jewelry, Cut hiass, ouver, ivew hoods Our now tock is now arriving and will coon bo on display. Tlhis year we will luive the nicest line of really line goods ..n.hVn now dnsitrn t.hnt. wo hnvn id ;iu'ai" v " " v- oVor shown. I he charcxter and qual ity of our goods are in lull keeping with hitfh standard that' has always chai-aeterized our store, ' 4 t . 'fho prices arc very Reasonable and jn Uiwy cases back to tile old standard. Geo. BIsantar jKWCI.KK AM) Ki:(ilSTI2IIEll Ol'TOMETKlST Watch Inspector for Southern and C. & N. W. Railwa Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walton left tliis morning for Morganton to spend several days with her mother, Mrs. M. R. Collett. Misses Mary Doll and Mildrod Bowles will spend part of the Thanksgiving holidays in Charlotte ith relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. G, P. Campbell went to Concord this morning to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Campbell's mother, Mrs. J. F. Litaker. Mrs. H. L. Penland will arrive this afternoon from Asheville to spend Thanksgiving with her par ents, Mr. and rMs. E. G. Peeler. EURALGIA or headache rub the forehead -melt and inhale the vapors V A po Rub Over 17 Million Jars Used Yearly Mr. and Mrs. George Lyerly have moved from the home they occupied on Thirteenth avenue 'into Mrs. M Salassa's home on Fifteenth street. Mrs. 3. H. Farabee and daughters, Misses Jean, Carol and Sarah Wil- lard, left this morning for Raleigh to spend Thanksgiving with relatives. HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO. General Insurance and Bonds Service Our Motto 1030 14th Street - - Phone 292 Thanksgiving Dinner $1.00 HUFFRY HOTEL Oyster Soup Kalamazoo Celery Queen Olives Dill Pickles Roast Young Turkey, Dressing Cranberry Sauce Roast Prime Cut of Western beef, au jus Waldorf Salad . ' ' y Creamed White Potatoes Early June Green Peas Steamed Carolina Rice Etrg Dread White Bread Vanilla Ice Cream Fruit Cake Pumpkin Pie Codec Tea Milk Catawba Creamery Company Thanksgiving Specials Special Block Cream Orange and Raspberry Polo Cranberry Sherbet for that meat course. Something new in Hickory. Be sure to order early. . . In Our Retail Room: IVesli Pork-all cuts, Dressed Poultry H kinds, Fresh all Pork Sausage, Fresh Kttlo rendered Lard, Fowls, Turkeys, Guineas, Ducks, Coffee, Cream-whipping Ci'eam. fotawba Creamery Company WOODBURYS FACIAL SOAP 25c per Cake 75c per Box LUTZ DRUG STORE "ON THE CORNER" Phones 17 and 317 Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Rowc and ittle Miss Katherine Rowe will leave at noon tomorrow to spend several days in Thomasville with Mrs. Rowe's sister, Mrs. Hoover. Little Miss Martha Barkley. the attractive young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barkley is improving rapidly from an operation Monday for the removal of her adenoids. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sledge will go to Catawba today to spend Thanks giving with Mr. and Mrs. II. F. El liott. Mi Sledge will spend today in Statesville and return to Catawba this afternoon. Mrs. W. II. Barkley and children. Misses Elizabeth, Hazel Nixcn and Martha, and Master Billy left today for Charlotte to spend the Thanks giving holidays with her mother Mrs. L. H. Moser. Local and Personal THANKSGIVING for all brave deeds that have been spoken for all brae vdeeds that have been done. For every loaf in kindness broken For every race in valor run. For martyr lips which have not fail ed To give God praise and smile to , rest. For knightly souls which have not quailed At- stubborn strife or lonesome Lord unto Whom we stand in thrall We give Thee thanks for all, for all. For each fair field where golden stubble Hath followed wealth of waving grain: . For every passing wind of trouble Which bends Thy grass that lifts again; For gold in store that men must seek; For work which bows the suden knee; . For strength swift sent to aid the weak, For love by which we climb to Thee; Thy freemen. Lord, yet each Thy thrall. ' We give Thee praise for all, for all. Margaret E. Sangster. Miss Oneita Miller arrived today from Gastonia to spend several days at home. Miss Faye Meadows of North Wilkesboro, who is attending school at Lenoir College stopping at the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Bowles, will spend Thanksgiving in Statesville with friends. licious salad course and ices were enjoyed. Mrs. J. H. P. Cilley wlil entertain the club at the next meet ing. Those playing were Mesdames E. B. Mcnzies, J. H. P. Cilley. Geo. N. Hutton, Walker Lyerly, George C. Yoder, Long, W. II. Farrar and T. o. ijlackburn. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Ten Extra Specials This Week Messrs J. W. Hoke, C E. Hayes, W. N. Sherrill, D. P. Smith, J. C. Miller, Hugh Bradshaw and C. A. Yost were among the dokies going to Asheville today to attend the cere monial of Bagdad Temple. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Clarkson of Petersburg, Va., who have been visi tors at the home of Dr. Clarkson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clark son, on Eighth street, have gone to Atlanta, Ga., to spend, two weeks be fore returning to Petersburg. WITH MRS. SHUFORD A most interesting vand enjoyable meeting oi te Hickory Music Club was held last night with Mrs. E. L. Shuford at her home on Fifteenth street. Those taking part in the program were Mrs. J. L. Murphy. Mrs. John G. Carrier. Mrs. C. II. Clark, Mrs. George N. Hutton, Mrs. J. H. Hat cher and Mrs. W. B. Menzies. Mrs. E. B. Jones and Mrs. W. H. Farrar were invited in for refreshments. All enjoyed the oysters, hot rolls, coffee and scafoam which the hostess served. One of the most delightful events of the late fall season was the party given last night by Mrs. Hal Lattn and Miss Stephens at the home of Mrs. Latta when the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Margaret Eruns and Mr. Holmes M. Wagoner was announced. After the guests had arrived about an hour was spent in e-uessino- nnn. testr, nd merry conversation." The riming room doors were then thrown open and the guests invited to enter. A beautiful scene here met. tbo Pv,r Lovely decorations carrying out the coicr scheme of pink, green and white were used with pretty effect. Covers were laid for eighteen. The secret of the evenine was made known .m the place cards which bore the in scription "M. V. B." and "H. M. W " "December 1920." Miss Minnie Ervin of Newton rn,l Biiss Sallie Hamilton toasted fho bride who responded in a ehnnnmo- manner". Many happy wishqs were snowered on the bride elect bv the remainder of the guests. A beautifully appointed saladi course was served. i avors were small nink and green tulin baskets filled iwth green mints. The groom to be was a truest for the latter nart of the evening. Miss Brans is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bruns and is a young ladv of charm and accom plishment. She is of the brunette type and was never prettier than last night in a handsome gown of pink crepe trimed with hand made roses. She is popular among a wide circle of friends. Mr. Wagoner is a splendid young man and possesses manv friends.. He came to Hickory from Newton sever al months . ago and holds a respon sible position with the A. J. Essex Jewely Store. The marriage will take place late in December. ADIVCE A lot of good advice I know And I a hero to lend it; A wie ivvn always earns his dough Before he starts to spend it. SPECIAL NO. 1 V 3G in. Brown Sea Island Muslin, sold at 35c .15c Yd4 SPECIAL NO. 2 Eest quality Outings, plain, pin checks, etc1. 45c grade at 25c Yard SPECIAL NO. 3 Good quality 36 in. Bleaching, sold at 40c to 50c yd 25c Yd SPECIAL NO. 4 Toile-de-nord, Glenkirk and Utility fine dress Ginghams, sold at 45c and 50c yard 29c Yd. SPECIAL NO. 5 BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED The members of the Limited Auc tion Club enjoyed the charming hos pitality of Mrs. J. L. Riddle yester day afternoon when she entertained the club at the regular meeting. Cards were played at two tables and several spirited games were enjoyed Mrs. Walker Lyerly and Mrs. W. H. Farrar amde highest scores and re ceived the table prizes lovely boxes of correspondence cards. At the conclusion of the gae a de- T 1 Special Thanksgiving Hotel Ha f fry tomorrow price, $1.00 dinner at at regular WITH VIGOR II WINNER No Wonder Some Folks Have a Hard Time Getting Ahead IT TAKES RED BLOOD TO SUCCEED Mrs. E. II. Umstead is- spending the Thanksgiving holidays in Greens boro with relatives. Master James Walton is spending the Thanksgiving holidays in Addico, going up this morning. Mrs.' J. L. Birch and Miss Willie Johnson are spending Thanksgiving Jin Old Fort with her grandmother. Miss Willie Bryan went to Salis bury this morning to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with friends. Mrs. Harry Branch left this morn ing for Mortimer to spend several days with her daughter, Mrs. E. D. Cool:. Prof. Horace Sisk of Lenoir was in Hickory this morning enroute to Asheville to attend the teachers' as sembly. Among the teachers going to Asheville today to attend the teach- i TV T .l TIT - i ers' assembly were xur. aim iur&. r. Dr. and Mrs. Kuecher, rVof. H. J. Reveley, Misses Mansfield, Boney, Frances Field and Prof. R. W. Carver. .-. Very 9 O J pp, 1 -i "After the birth of my baby I had a back-set," writes Mrs. Mattie Cross white, of Glade Spring, Va. "I was very ill; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. 1 took . . . medicine, yet I didn't get any Better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. IsentforCardui." TAKE mm Renfrews & Bates 32 in. best Dress Ginghams, sold at 60te, 39C Yd, SPECIAL NO. 6. Punjab, the finest quality of Percales made. Regular 60c 39C yd. SPECIAL NO. 7-- We have reduced all of our French and Storm wool serges about 25 per cent. We will this week deduct another 20 per cent from the marked down prices. SPECIAL NO. 8 About 50 dozen Ladies Cotton lisle hose, black and white, 35c grade at 19C Pair SPECIAL NO. 9 About 30 dozen Ladies Silk Hosiery, black, brown and white, $1.50 grade at 75c pair SPECIAL NO. 10 Twenty dozen pure silk, full fashioned $3.00 Ladies Hosiery at fi.5o pair All other numbers in Hosiery Reduced. We are offering many other lines at greatly reduced prices. Thompson-West Company "The Ladies' Store" OUR TABLE SILVER FOR THANKSGIVING is exquisite in design, splendid in quality and .moderate in price. If you have wanted some table silver in either flat or hollow ware we suggest you get it now. Never before have we been able to offer such beautiful silver at such un heard of figures. A. J. ESSEX Graduate Optometrist deposited Pepto-Mangan Restores Vigor A Really Wonderful Tonic ; T-me nnrl Tnfs Ud the Blood It takes vitality to succeed because i i I- success requires naru wuik. Some days you get aiong an "sum Other times you have to strain and you overtax yourself. When that hap pens, your system is overtaxed. It shows first in the blood. The over exertion causes an increase in waste matter. The blood struggles to ovQ nf it nil. Gradually the poison in the waste increases too fast for the blood. xnen iae uiuuu in comes clogged. First thing you know you feel all tired cut. Sleep does you little good. You can't eat well. You wonder what the trouble is. Then i the time to get some Pepto Mnn"?n. the Wood holding tonic Tak-'it for nwhilo till yourb lood is cleared up. You'll soon have plenty nf rich, red blood. Notice tho dif ference in your work Your old-time energy returns. You win out be cause' yon are stronger. Pepto-Mangan is sold in both liquid and table form. The tablets have the snme medicinal value as the liquid. Take either kind vou prefer. But be sure you get the genuine Pepto Mangan "Gude's" The full name "Gude's Pepto-Mangan.," should be on the package. Adv 3 The Woman's Tonic " iound after one bot tle of Cartiui I was im proving," adds Mrs. Crosswhite. "Six bot tles of Cardui and . . . I was cured, yes, I can say they were a God-send to me. I believe I would have died, had it not been for Cardui." Cardui has been found beneficial in many thousands of other cases of womanly trou bles. If you feel the need of a godd, strengthen ing Ionic, why not try Cardui? It may be just what you need. . ! All Druggists . m --- v ..'A.-7ji' 'jwf. c-:-!.-j-TirJir'i ar -i zsi4ifm&2aKt met BiiM make; evero Four hundred years ago the Pilgrim Fathers gave us our first example of in dustry and thrift on the bleak shores of New England. For the little they had and the abundance of their experiences and sufferings they gave thanks. That little beginning has grown into a great na tion. Are you worthy of your heritage as a citizen of that nation in the effort you are making to save the fruits of your in dustry and build up the resources of the community? We stand ready to help you save and show you how. j Consolidated Trust Co. Hickory N. C.