SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER "4, 1920
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
New Cuv.mbia Rec
ords and Tiano Rolls on!
Sale. Tipton Furniture i
Co- D 12-5 1
WE A UK IN TDK MAKKKT I Oft
50 bushels Nancy Hall potatoes.
I'hoiU' u Catawba Creamery Com
pany. 1--3 "t
WANTKD THK ILOI'LK OF Hick
ory to hear licv. Dr. C. A. Car
stinson at the Kpiseopal church on
Sunday, .Monday and Tuesday.
12 -1 2t
Buy here a Napanee
Kitchen Cabinet and
you will buy the best.
25 per cent off at Tip
ton Furniture Co. dl2 5
All Trunks and Bags
33.1-3 per cent off. Tip
ton Furniture Co. d 12 5
THOSE HUH LOTS
The umbrella trees cn the north
side i:nd the hedge on the outh sddo
of the walk from tha station to HoU'l
Ifuffry will tfive the vicinity an at
f riictivt' nnnearanco. especially if
they are tible to hide in part ht coalj
aslu-x, boxes, tins and other rubbi.di
that now ad-in the right of way of,
the Southern. It will be several
yours before they can do tlut, a
.m-mbor if city council said yc-iv:--day,
ard when he was told tlv.it coun
cil west '.'.'(.ing o catch thunder from:
;.,vcrel rouveea in Hickory if the real,
cf those buildings i.? r.ot Ket clean-j
' d up, he s-a!d he v.a '.villhi- to take
The S:ather hrs effort ,1 to brinfri
mit agJtnst the citv and the proper-i
ty-ewners because of the trash tha;j
is pi'.ed in the alley, and the ro;-d
would find some good help in Hick
cry. A hedge has also been planted
along the park facing the tracks and
it too will lend a touch of coloi to
the station surroundings that will be
The -Southern's landscape a. tist,
Mrs. Fonde, has had the work done
in cooperation with the Commrni"
Club of the city. It will be' a big i.,
but tho-e back lots, the Record hns
been asked to say, should be kc-p;.
THOSE WHO GAVE FOR
TIT A N K S (i I VI N G TREAT
WANTED AUTOMOBILE ME-
ehanic at once. Good salary to
the right right man. Oxford Mach
ine Shop and Garage Co., Moi
ganton, N. C. 11-13 tf
WANTED SO.M TON E WHO HAS
a typewriter anil can do nic pub
lie work to do some typewriting at
once. Prop me a card or leave
Word ut Record uiw. We Lee l'er
Hon. 12 2 It I'd
Prepare now to take
advantage of Tiptons
33 1-3 to 50 per cent Re
duction Sale. D 12 5
FOR RENT FOUR ROOM HOL'SK
Chestnut avtnue. J. F. Milier. tf
LOST FEMALE SCOTCH COLLIE
Dog, white and brown. Name Nel
lie, r'inder please return to Mr?.
W. T. May, R-4, and receive re
ward. 12-4 20 2t Pd
LOST ;20 BETWEEN HICKORY
Garage and Union. Lunc'n and Tea
Room. Liberal reward tor return
to J. I. Mouse r. Henry, N. C.
treat at Olcen.
?Ir. ('. C. i-'c.-t, caice; Mrs. J. ".
Barb; cake, Mrs. Charles Gcitnsr,
cake, c: okies and pies; Mrs.. Harvey
Geitner, cake; Mrs. K. C. Mcnzies,
take and candy; Mrs. R. HM. Bur.i-go-rnei,
c.'ike and pair of knitted
socks; Mrs. W. L. Mitchell, cake and
car.ly; Miss Mary Stuart Menzies,
candy; Mrs. G. N. Huttcn. cake;
Mrs. Geo. Yoder, fried chicken;
Messrs. Whitener ad Manrtin and
Messrs. Ycder' and Clark, boxes.
Contributed by friends through Mrs.
May Thompson $4; Miss Josie Per
son, 50e; Miss Delia Bumgarner. ".!;
Mrs. Charles Menzies, $2; Mrs. L. B.
Erown, SI; Mrs. T. E. Fields, 50c;
Mrs. Robert Foster, $1; Mrs. W. L.
Abevnethv, $5; Mr. E M. Spratt, Jr.
$5; Miss M. E. Geitner, $5.
The duy at both Otecn and Kenil
worth proved very happy. The var
ious Philathea and Baraca classes,
The War Mothers of Concord ami
Charlotte.. The Hickory Canteen and
die Ycung W-cmens' Eusincss Ciub
cf Salisbury all sent boxes of good
;l:ing3 in order that these beys should
knew that their sacrifices for their
country are remmbered and appre
ciated. From an account cf the clay at
these hospitals, published in the
As'ieville Citizen this paragraph wdi
be of particular interest to Hickory
as the wrds mentioned are those
under the special care of the Canteen.
. : -T-r .TjgcmgMgsrareg r -
j THE u I
"The big tabic ir
if ward 1-8 fairly graned with cska.?,
nuts and fiuits end a barrel of de
licious acples. The latter purchased
with monty sent to Mrs. N. Bucknev,
who arranged the Thanksgiving
The boys cf ward Jl-4 were invited
to this party and the 52 boys from
the two wards and the young ladies
made up a merry party."
Mts. Buckn-:r gdvises thst Wards;
1-7 and 1 11
also served with
grapes and apples contributed by the
WANTED SECOND II AND
double baby cariiage or one large
single carriage. Phone 200-K.
12 :j at I'd
$1.35 EGGS PREDICTED FOR
Christmas. Pai:-a-ea-a guaranteed
to make hens lay or we will give
back your mormy. Whitener and
Martin. eod 12 IS
Read Tipton's ad, pric
es cut to pre-war fig
LOST TIRE RACK WITH TIRE.
Rear light ndn license number 'at
tached, Wednesday Nov. 24. Fin 1
vr notify H. L. Hine Co. Hickory.
N. C. 12-2
uO IN TO 15 ci WIN ESS WATK INS
137 products sell to every farmei-.
If you own auto or team can.
give bond, write today for infer-;
ination wnere you tan get terri-
ttry for selling products of larg-'
est institution of kind in world.;
Twenty -million users. J. R. Wat- i
kins Co., Dept 111, Winona, Minn.1
12 4 11 IS 24 Ptt
1'OR SALE QUICK M Y MON EY
malr.i;ig fruit farm, 2,030 tive?,'
S.r as comefort Bids. A bargain!
near Henry River. J. P. Burton,
P.-.", Hickory, N. C. 12 4 2t eod '
"GUILTY OF LOVE"
ffim From the play, "This Woman This Man," by Avery Hopwood
3 A PARAMOUNT ARTCRA FT 'tICTi I7JE
tmsgi "The old., old story," they said
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SPECIAL MUSIC AT NIGHT
To the business man, retail or wholesale; to the manufactu
don man; to the trucking company, the Ford Model T One Ton
resistible appeal because it has in it schassis all the merits o
oar; the wonderful Ford Model T Motor, the dependable Vanadiu
the manganese bronze wcrm-drive. A strongly built truck that
and lasts in service. If these statements were not tiu;, the d;
Trucks wouldn't be so constantly on the increase. We will be v
order for one or more Ford Trucks, will see that you get reasons.;
and will give ycu an after! service that insures the cbnstant strvit
don't w-ait tco leng. Get your cider in promptly.
WANTED A T ONCE CLEAN
cotton rags. Clay Printing Co.
ggg ADMISSION 10 and 20 CENTS-
glilg ana win give ycu an aicen service inai uihures me oaiisiam service (: Uh- J . .. I1
I i don't w-ait tco long. Get your cider in. promptly. I
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If it's Furniture you
want for Christmas buy
now at Timpton's 1-3 off
Sale. D 12 5
FOR SALE MODERN fi ROOM
Bungalow in West Hickory. Phone
iiOH-R from 6 to 7. 12-2 15pd
FOR SALE OR TRADE UUICK
roadster. Sea Shetlon Campbell
at Johnson's (.Jarags. 12 2 .'5
For Sale Buick "6",
five passenger, 19 mod
el, good shape. Would
exchange for Ford or
Dodge roadster. Tip
ton Furniture Co.
D 12 5
WANTED YOU TO PHONE YOUR
auto troubles to East Hickory G-a-rage.
Phone Mtf-J. 12 1 lwk
1 dozen Cedar Chests
See them. Make select
ion now. We will deliver
later. Shop early. Re
member the rush last
Christmas. Tipton Fur
niture Co. d 12 5
Opens December 16th All Are Invited to Come in and Join.
Our Bank extends to every man, woman and
child, in our city and community, a cordial invi
tation to come in and join our new CHRISTMAS
Invitation to All.
We buy black walnuts, boys and
girls can make a bit of money
bringing us nice dry walnuts. Wo
are headquarters for peas, and
our prices arc always the high
est you can get anywhere.
HICKORY SEED CO.
LIVING ROOM FUR
Have your suite re
paired here at the fac
tory. Large assortment
of coverings, and only
expert workmen. Your
suite made like new
and returned to you
Statesville, N. C.
11 30 12 21
This is the most popular plan ever devised for
having money next Christmas and enables those
of small means, those in moderate circumstances
and also business men to lay aside money by sys
tematic deposits eeawheekcmfwcmiwypmmm
tematic deposits each week.
To join is Easy. No cost, no dues, no red tape.
Look at the Tables below and select the Club
you wish to join, lc, 2c, 5c, 50c, $1, 2; $5,
$10 $20 or more and come into our bank with the
first deposit. We will enroll you as a member of
the Club and give you a pass book shownig the
That is all there is' to it.
HOW TC HAVE MONEY NEXT CHRISTMAS
INCREASING CLUB PLAN
1C CLL'U Deposit lc 1st week, 2c 2nd week.
Increase lc each week m 50 weeks
nC CLUB Deposit 2c 1st week, 4c 2nd week. fl Oj"
Increase 2e each week in 50 weeks V dDU
CC CLUB Deposit 5c 1st week, 10c 2nd week. d fo 7r
Increase 0c each wcek--in 50 weeks V Djt)
1 IV CLUB Deposit 10c 1st week, 20c 2nd week. (107 fA
Increase 10c each week in 50 weeks
PLAN OF THE CLUB
The plan is simple: In the Increasing Club you begin with a certain amount, lc, 2c, 5c, or 10c and
increase your deposit the same amount each week.
In the Even Amount Clubs you begin with a certain amount, 25c, 50c. ?1, ?2, $5, $10, $20, or any
amount and deposit the same amount each week.
LAN ft. some money regularly every week That is our plan.
EVEN AMOUNT CLUB PLAN
2C CLUB Deposit 25c each week in .50 weeks X 2 SO
mW . -.1 r.' .-r.Ti-l t I i ,..'j i urn, m
fAC CLU15 Deposit 50c each week in
1 CLUB Deposit $1 each week
CLUB Deposit $2. each week
weeks (1 aa
EVEN AMOUNT CLUB
-CLUB Deposit $5 each week in 5u v;
$ 10 CLUB DePsit ?10- cach week in wc-t
S ZO'15 Deposit 20 cach weck ";n r,() ' '
$100 CLUB DePsit ?100 cach wcck in "; ' "
Join Now and have money next Christmas. You will never miss the rnumy
week, and at the end of fifty weeks, which passes quickly, vou will have a
available for your Christmas, or start a regular account to heln you buy a lb
dren or go into business for yourself.
COME IN AND JOIN TODAY
YOU WILL RECEIVE 3 PER CENT INTEREST!
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HICKORY, N. C.
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