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WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEM3E
HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE FOUD ri 1. 191 if)' Diamonds, Fine Gold Jewelry, Cut Glass, Silver, New Goods Our new stock is now arriving and will soon be on display. This year we will have the nicest line of really fine goods of attractive new design that we have ever shown. The character and qual ity of our goods are in full keeping with'high standard that has always characterized our store. The prices are very reasonable and in many cases back to the old standard Geo. E. Bisanar JEWELER AND REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST Wtch Inspector for Southern and C. & N. W. Railwa H EAD COLDS Melt in spoon; inhale vapors; , apply freely up nostrils. i V VafoRub Over 1 7 Million Jan Used Yearly HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO. General Insurance and Bonds Service Our Motto 1030 14th Street - - Phone 292 Toys hat Bring Christmas Joy FOR your own kiddies or for the other little ones you are .going to remember rbuy Toys that will brighten their eyes Christmas morning. You will find many attractive Toys in our selection. Toys built to stand the hard knocks and to last throughout the year. Come in todav and inspect our full line of Christmas Gifts for children. SPEED Your orders to ytu is our hobby and whereby, merely calling 17 or 317 you know you can get it im mediately, whv wotrry all we ask is a trial, then you will become a regular customer. We have two registered phar mists that will fill your prescrip tion accurately and send it to you no long waiting. A ful line of toilet goods always carried. Lutz Drug Store "On the Corner" . received a cordial welcome as a visi tor. j Mrs. A. L. Whitener was the effi . cient leader of ' the mission study class which proved very interesting General business was transacted and dues were collected after which the; meeting adjourned into a social hcur! (during which elaborate refreshments' (consisting of a salad course, choco-, , - j late and cake, followed by mints, was; sigW of seyeral dozen cars parked i ' i i j about a country Church is not un-! j FOR BRIDE AND GROOM j common in districts where roads ! One of the most brilliant and de- have Wn imnrnvpH And it is a no-' j ligntful social events cf the year was : tabIe fact that pe wiU often at. "the recenticn e-iven last, mo-'nt. hv . . . . lilrs. Carrie Gamble honoring her;tend the churcn tnat can be readied; j.son, Mr. Connolly C. Gamble and his I by good roads in preference to the j charming -bride, formerly Miss Rach-1 one located on unimproved highways.1 jel Pugh, who recently returned from The church rsn not afford to dis-! a honeymoon trip to Florida. j , . ,. u v,v,t, i A simple but artistic arrangement! regard the infiUfce f the, h-'h1 of hoily and potted plants- combined 'ways any more than those wno real- with red crepe paper formed the ize the importance of good reads can j decorations and enhanced the loveli- disregard the part Christianity has! thrown' ensuite "Tts1 we-l in furthsri the shaded with red and radiated a I f or better Sys. smce the bf ' ; wealth of warmth and cheer. j ginning of time. It has been said: Miss Mamie Dixon welcomed the ; that the Crusades were made in; guests at the door and presented ! spite of a lack of roads but that the j them to Mrs. Walker Lverlv who!., , , .v. j J directed to the cloak room. Miss : ru3aae3 aemonsiratea ins mu Lvangenne Etley presented theiroads by developing commerec De-j guests to the receiving line. Receiv- j tween the East and West. So does any j m with the nostesj? were Mr. and ! ?reat movement which affects a ma- aas-as o tl,erplc r? f cr r Mr. and Mrs. George S. Waston. Mrs. I sequences which can not be disregara Charles Watscn, Mrs, W; O. Gocde.ied if civilization is to advance and Dr. and Mrs. W. B Ramsay, and Dr. i humanity is to go on "in highways j a Ivfc ' ' J which one goeth up to the house of v" fc w ta. u.iiui room door ar J presented the guests to Mrs. R"7 A Grimes who -eracefullv presided over ie dining room where brick creani and cake were served. A predominating ; color note of green -Literary Digest. . IX MEMORIAM . At the meeting of the, Abel A.j Shuford Chapted U. D. C, at the! and red v. as" tocted in thp! Tirttv'v.rmo t A7. tup r.illpv Mondav decorations. A;.Ted and green shaded j afternccn th; following article deli-! lamp was suspenaea above the tab e i , , . 1 , . Ar,.e rv0j whioh wn, ,AvCr.,i v, icated to the late Mrs. Edwin Ccad a vh p I ""ii wiLii 5 li earners oi rea crepe rper extending to esch side of th cable. Mrs. H. C. Menzies and Mrs. O Simmons presidd at the table and cut wick was read Whereas cur Heavenly Father, in; his infinite wisdom, has been fit to take from us our dear friend'.. ?nd faithful co-worker, Mrs. Edwina Therefore, be it resolved: That the "United Daughters of the Confederacy" have lost one cf its .the cream which w, r-vi r : Chadwick; who passei away JU4y of pretty young women, Miss" Kath-! 15,' 19--0: erine laylor. Miss Helen Springs, Miss Millie Kate McComb, Mrs. Chas. "Tpnrip! Ir o-l Af. tr-i Aiken. 1 1 charter members and most earnest Mrs. George C. Yoder tood at th- i ard enthusiastic workers: and one dining room door iSdU into Je y 3 hs,s devoted her many hall and directed to th liLar A-W : lents to the upbuildrg of tno com- the bride'.s honV wn i-ont ?W : munity in which she Hea. . Ilt f Mrs. George E. Bis?nar, Mrs. W . 1 , Wc are richer for h?dnr- known! jiL. Abernethy and Mrs. H M. Doll. her: and while we feel her loss.kecn- ,ve rejoice in the thought tnat, .o -lrifT i " mail v i'o i i i m . j and costlv bridal gifts of cut ner Ulaen acain m"a:it fcVui'L:" Liau" china, silverware and linen. ""'jsition into the sunshine oi His pros- Misses Mary Doll. Grace Hend-r-ence ju-ana ixiarea isowies had charge of Local and Personal Mr. McGxegory Williams of Nvton ' was a visitor in the city today. Miss Olivia Short of Gaffney, S. C, was the guest yesterday of Mrs. Lou W. Wolfe. Mrs. Mary Davis returned yester day from1 Newton where she has been visiting relatives. The Thursday Study Club will meet with Mrs. Roy Abernethy to morrow afternoon. Abernethy Hardware THE WWCHESmi STORE Co. ,; Cleaning am messing Miss Myra Yount went .to Granite Falls this morning to visit her sis ter, Mrs. L. D. Keller. Miss Ruth Hill and niecx little Miss Eva Helena Hill, who have been visiting Mrs. J. L. Hill in States ville, returned home today. The Junior Epwrth League of the First Methodist church will meet to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. A. L. Witeej;' J 'Rev. W.. M, Bagbf':-dt Montezuma spent last night, and this vmorning in the city with his son, Mr. C. W. Bagby, en route home from Gastonia. Messrs. M. H. Yount, T. P. Pruitt and : A. A. Whitener returned last night from Raleigh, where they ap peared before the supreme court. me' victroja, and rendered a number oi. selections dilrmg the evening. - During the receiving hours from to 10 nearly-two hundred guest"' enjoved Mrs. Gamble's cordial hos pitality, i Chapman-Rockett Mr. Perry; L. Chapman of Burke county and .Miss Minta Rockett of this county were united in marriage at irn; ivtiorrnea cnurcn parr-onae 'There no de?th What seems so is transition; This life of mortal breath I.-: but a suburb of that life elys: Whose portals we c?U death." MRS. K. C. MEXZIES, MRS J. F. ALLLEN, Committee. wu - Safety First, Say Many Men Bill Steedum says that mfany vesterday evening at : 5 o'clock a : man is ajraw to go to cnuicn u-c-; aUSe aCOUt tWO years 1KU a man m iu v. w, -v. Kowe. The bride is a sister cf Mrs. Poly Coontz of Hickory. hvlXew York was shot while attenumg : Wilmin gton N ews-J ournai . Hcly jrir.ity Lutheran 13th avenue and 15th street. The pastoRev. C. R. W. Kegley announces' a ineeting; for children at 6 p. m. to study the Bible and Cate chism. At .7-,- pi; m. church-. - services, subric-ct: "The Final- Ingathering." At 8:13 a meeting of the Teachers and Of f icera ; ,;p. the Sunday School. Please all .co&ie. Let us have eur usual good, .'attendance. The public invited. ' GOOD BETTER DBGtORS USE ! CftLOTABS FOR S COLDS HID' FLU I ROADS AND , . CHURCHES .When', today there is a "flivver" in the handof practically every ru ral dweller. 'good roads are almost sy nonymous witfiU cood churches and Doctors are warning the public the time las !come for the Church to that simple -colds and mild cases , of Influenza and Grippe, Like Ordi nary Colds, Require Caloiabs, the Purified and Refined Calomel Tab lets That Are Nausealess, Safe and Sure. Mrs. W. R. Norris and daughter, Rachel, returned to their home in stands solidly-behind the good roads movenjentfaysrhe Highway Maga zine (Chicago). In! the. past the Church was a powerful influence for road improvement, we are told, and "it is certainly true that this weekly influenza often 'lead pneumonia ana other serious complications. me say that every cold should receive immediate attention and that . the first step in the -ti'eatment is to make sure that the , liver is active. For this purpose Calotabs, the per fected, nausealess calomel tablets are the surest, best and most agree- contact with mudholes and mire was a deciding factor in the minds ofi able laxative manv when the Question of soendmir! One Calotab at bed time with money for better roads was raised ooresville today after spencVng i in the township, county, or state." several days with her mother, Mrs. T3f the work is onlv iust hpe-um in Frazier 7V You cannot afford to economize at the expense of appearance. Send your clothes to us to be cleaned and pressed- . - Call 190 we'll do the rest. Missea Hilda Councill and Dorothy Buchanan, voung daughters of Mr. and Mrs. 1L C. Buchanan, are out again after being confined to their hom-j with measles. Mrs. J. L. Murphy yesterday after noon killed a possum in the basement of ner house, the animal having been making off with her chickens. It was a big fellow. Mrs. George S. Watson will en tertain tomorrow afternoon at her home on Eleventh avenue in honor of her. si ster Mrs. Connolly C. Gam .ble, a recent bride. Mrs. Henrv Fonde, special represen tative of the Southern Railway Com pany is in the city today planting a hedge along the walkway between the ntation and the Huffry Hotel. !1 City Pressing Club ERNEST WRIGHT, Manager a swallow of water that's all, no salts, no nausea, and no upsetting Joan Whitener, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Whitener is ill with pneumonia at the home of its parents on Tenth avenue. The little child is getting along nicely. CIRCLE MEETS Circle 1 of the Ladies' Aid ind Missionary Society of the First Methodist was entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. E. L. Flowers and a most enjoyable meeting was held D. P. Bowman, sister of the hostess, of influence for th : church. many communities the road to church is almost impassable in the winter season, and the farmer hesitates at a trying task on his one day of rest So "Having been, with such good ef fect, a silent force for the. improve ment of highways, the Church should now, when the good roads may be had at less cost to the community through Federal aid, and perhaps State aid, raise its voice in urging the passage of local good-roads bond issues, at least. "Where good roads exist, the Church has prospered. Enriched by the fruits of better highways, the congregation has been liberal in im proving and maintaining the church. The size of the congregation has in creased, and those to whom the op portunity for Christian service has been given are made the leaders of i larger groups of followers and tnt possessors of a wider opportunity j for furthering the teachings of Christianity ' -: . "Just as the good road has enlarg ed the areas from which the congre gation is drawn, so has the automo bile helped to ' create a W,ider range Tht of the digestion and appetite. Next morning your cold has vanished, your liver is active, your system is purified and refreshed and you are feeling fine with a hearty appetite for breakfast. Eat what you please no danger. For your protection, Calotabs are sold only in original, sealed pack ages, price thirty-five cents. All druggists recommend and guaran tee Calotabs and are authorized to refund the price if you are not de lighted with them. Adv. Wed PARTICULAR people enjoy the Hayes-Long Drug Store service it is always the same, a regular consistent service.. Along with courtesy, prompt ness and quality. Hayes-Long watches over the customer's in terest. Hayes-Long Drug CO. Precision, Promptness, Politeness Phone 26 It's Easy kOWER PRIG Coat Suits 20 per cent off Marked Price. Some SO to 50 per cent off. Ladies Dresses Skirts and Tri-cotines 20 to 40 per cent off. - cChildrens Shoes From 25c to SI. 25 off each pair. Ladies Coats 20 per cor.: . cd price. ,S : 50 per cc-r.t ;? Chlldrens Coat? Prices marked ck-..-. 20 p-.r cent ': . Childrens Hosiery Everv pair reduced. The better quality. Domestics 45c Outing for 25c 35c Sea Island 15c 45c Eleaching 25c 50c 1'ajarna Checks 25c Silk Hosiery . " S0',to 50 per c'-n: o;T. S'-me half pvi.v. Ginghams 45c to 50c to 50c to GOe to -A'- W oolens Prices already re-daccl 20 per cent eft reduce-! -.prices. All serg'.- Broad Cloths, Coating.-, t:c. Jr'istmas Goods Now on Display Thomp 4 K son-west-to fre Ladies' Store" i mpany w I FICGS Effective Today, over the counter -'V CASH AND CARRY Pasteurized milk, per quart 12c Pasteurized milk, per pint 7c Dressed hens, per pound . 3:"c Full cream cheese ....... .38c per pound All pork Sausage. ... . . . .30c per pound Sugar, granuated standard 8 lbs.. .81.00 Catawba Cre if! amery i .onipany COfiQUElQl ISTIPATIOt HEAD CARTER9 1TTLE 8VER The Great Success of Carters Little Liver Pills is due to the com plete satisfaction of all who ue tnem. Not by purging and weakening Bowels, butby regulatingand strength ening them. Don't Hesitate Get a Bottle- take one after each meal and one at bedtime. They act asji natural laxative to the Bowels, and a regular and healths con dition of the system with freedom from Constipation end u& Headache is the result. They are strictly Vegetable. SmaSI PIU Small Dose Small FHoo .Genoine must beer signature I RESH HOME MADE CANDY MADE EVERY DAY Fancy Fruits of all kinds SAVOY CANDY COMPANY "Phone 199 Headquarters for Fruits, Fancy and Home Made Candy , .t.