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, THKtE
MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6, 1920
SELLS FOR
LESS PROFIT
SPECIAL THIS
WEEK ONLY
Fancy Ilea:! Rice 10 pounds $1.00
As good as you bought six months
ago for 25c per pound.
Extra Fancy Better than vou have
had since the war started.
10 pounds $1.25
White Be ans 10 pounds for $1.
j MARTHA WASHINGTON
i CANDIES
LARD SPECIAL
LARD
5 pounds bucket, pure lard--$1.45
10 lb. bucket pure lard $2.35
20 pound Country lard $5.50
4 pound Morris Compound SOc
8 pound Morris Compound $1.60
8 pound Cottoline $2.10
12 cakes Octagon Coap $1.00
SELLS FOR
LESS PROFIT
Pillsbury Self : losing Buckwheat
4 pound package 65c
4 pounds Pancake Flour 60c
Domino Syrup Try it.
Made from pure granulated sugar.
1 1-2 lb. Tins 25c, 2 pound tins 3Cc.
5 pound Tins 90c, 10. pound tins,
$1.75 Best on Cakes.
STONE'S RICH
FRUIT CAKE
Best because it has Jh? "best
ingredients. Cheapest, because we
sell it for less per pound than other
makes. Buy your Cakes now Our
stock limited.
1 CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE
! 10c LB. CHEAPER
SOPKJE MAE
lutv Granulated 12c lb.
PECAN ROLLS
it'
12 l-2c lb.
;,vuii Suaf
v.-1-in- Henna
..12c lb.
10c lb.
The new Candy
Best ever made
Take Heme a roll
,,tiv CfiAvn Beans 7 l-2c lb
12 l-2c lb.
Ut llfilHM U J.--.1; IU.
II frt 1 o 1U
li.-i by
Corn Meal 50c
Whitener & Martin
I.SIil KV FI.OUK
1'OR CAKE MAKING
CORBY'S
BREAD
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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tuw officers
today, the
being the :h'st
p.i-utKnis and the
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- administered by
I. Set.er, who has
i f Hickory
io'in .a. iflen-
i Hi I. t!u- latter will
!iik collections for
. V.r. Kluta B. Clio
ifciter of deed.,
l.mciif Sigmon, Mr.
! onu'H treasurer,
ik Mirveyor and Mr.
'(il'i'.'UT.
f commissioners
is composed of Messrs. Osborne
Blown, chairman; Edgar L. Moose,
J. Smith Campbell, R. M. Bumgarnci
arid Nash M. VVyant.
County officers changed through-
cut the 10" counties in the state "at I
neon today.
BOARDING HOUSE FIRE
IS STARTED BY STAR)
In preceding comedy successes,!
Constance Talmage has been guilty
of many endearing but naugnty
pranks.
The inimitable star has officiated
as an expert in the affairs of the
heart searched for a sinner wiUi
amusing consequences, and even de
fied convention by accepting the hos
pitality of five nice old "daddi::?,"
for a w:ek. without a chaperon. But
in her latest First National Attract
ion, "Goo 1 Reference," which will be
shewn at the Grand theatre for two
days, commencing Tuesday, Connie
nearly oversteps the border of play
fulness, when she sets fire to Brid
get Mulligan' boarding house, co.v.
nunly known as Journey's End.
SKI Bill FS5i
UUU 1 1 L.U LIHUi-L-UU
ACTIVITIES IH
HICKORY
TALKS TQ CHILDR
OF SOUTH SCHOOL
V
swear rs wall as a man. Are yPuj
leading a life of dissipation ? You will J
find th.it vcu will soon be tired eii
life. .
At this noint Mr. Rowe made ai
strong appeal to the congregation to
stand for the enforcement of the pro
hibition law and demand that it shall
be enforced. He emphasized the
ceiia Mtv-hnt. aUn he sai,i ! Rev. S. B. Stroup carried Dr. Car-i
he could not sell unless there was a! stensen who is holding a mission at;
man to buv. The man who sens
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a nam ee n is eg & bc & . ft eb ii n ta bi h u
s&e, w 0 auu UI& U,
(T EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION sTTSTti I J
m PASTIME
Days. TODAY AND TOMORROW
1
ROBERT T. CHAMBERS'
Greatest Novel
THE FIGHTING CHANCE
With
Anna Q. Nilson, Conrad Nagel,
Dorothy Davenport
(Mrs. Wallace Rei;l)
See the Sensational Under-Water Kiss
A ' Iii.eh-I.ife" Romance of New York's World of Pleasure.
f in rr.e kii ot Luxury. Brilliant with Fashion and Beautiful
ADDED ATTRACTION
OTAKK !' BOARDERS" a two ree Mack Sennett Comedy
SPECIAL Mi SIC TONIGHT Admission 10 and 20c war tax Inc.
A very timely sermon was preach
ed by Rev. W. W. Rowe at the Re
f'imed church yesterday morning at
the 11 o'clock service. Mr. Rowe
tcck as his text 2 Kings 14--24 "And
he did that which was evil in the
bight of thi Lord: He departed not
(rem all the- sins of Jeroboam, the son
-,f Nef. it, who made Israel to sin."
It was emphasized that it must have
i een very tiresome for the peopie of
the Kingdom of Israel to go on liv
ir.tr a life ox .wickedness over and
over for a neriod cf 250 years. It is
rai instructive chapter cf history.
When a king or a people starts out
tr be bad. before they are through
thev will find it tiresome and unin
teresting and slow. Of course, that
has not been the common idea about
sin. Men think that goouness is .ne
unints resting and okl-fahioned affair,
and that sin is the entertaining
thing, anything but slew. Sinners
often cultivte the manner of being
and the man who buys are both vio
lating the law. With tragedy after
tragedy all around us it is time that
'he people arouse themselves anrl
take their stand on tne side ot tne
forces that make for righteousness.
Which kind of a life shall we
choose? There is but one sure way
to escape the doom that lies in cae
bottom of the wine cup. and that is
never to touch it. At this point ine
speaker emphasized the importance
the Church of the Ascension, to the
South school and the doctor spoke,
to the children at their opening cx-!
ercises upon the subject, ''Half Turn- I
ed Cakes." What kind of cakes aiV
ytu : he asked the children. Are you
baked on botn sides or only on one j
side as Ephraim was. Are you beau- i
tifully turned and brown on on 2 :ndw
and raw and uncooked on the other- j
tie went on to show that cur i.vosj
must be based on both sides and that',
it is not enough to be mentally well
r-f Uin nn or o-v"rfl no-aincit the. trained UlllCSS WO are aibO spuHuai..y
temptations of life. He closed by ask- well trained. There are many lives.
!Tio- wWV, VirH nf nfp shall we 1 he said, which are like a cake baKea
fhr.nsp? He nnoted from Vanitv Fair: I on one side and the other forgotten.
"Piirsmno- wlipt mp.in ends, 'tiamn- He told the children that they should
Hn, vw, i;-Fo' UoSmiinp' tn ih rln;f I ho k" r pan-cake which is not done
thouirh what scenes of state " dissi-; until it is turned and baked on obth
pation and faded pleaures. I hat is
forever and forever committing; the
nn of some old Jeroboam who first
made Israel to sin. That is the one
leader.
MQt-d. tie pointed cut examples ot
lives which came to greatness because
one side of life was not neglected at
the expense of the ether.
The children were then asked 'if
brilliant aiid smart, but after allvmtil now." A man who has learned
1 ami
mm
COMING WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8th
A Return Engagement of
WALLACE REID
IN
FROM FUNERAL RANGE"
"SI MMER GIRLS," a tworeel Mack Sennett Comedy
3C
is
very little originality has appeared
amcng them durin ih? last si
thousand years. Every form of wick
;dness and sin that you may b? able
to mention today existed in old
Bsbylon six thousand years ago. As
far back as you can go you will fine1
i(ur lrtest ' styles of wickedness old j
'fashioned. Always some old Jeroboar-
who had led the fashion for each of
these latest novelties in wickedness.
There are novelties in our modern
world, but they are net found in th'
ways of sin.
Our hospitals, schools, orphanage?
railways, steamships. printing-pres-
es, the?e are n:w things. These di
not exist in Babvion. Tf vou de!'"
I'.i nut- ui iiiiiia mau itAo..
progress anel briUiancv do not h'n
nn with the Jercboams of our day.
It is not to be found there. We need
to learn the truth such as Christ
taua'ht to men. is what brings life
and variety and progress into this
wearv old world. Are you in the
company of gamblers? Nothing new
m thaj-. No variety in it. You might as
wol! sijnd your life putting points
1 rr nin?
lTt-. m, ' " 0111 nuiu'vj -'- 1
liS new in that. A parrot can learn to
TVip rthev nicture is from the lifel'-e were any there who were only
f Christ when, the Governor at the 'baked on one side and only one boy
held up his hand and Dr. carstenser.
prophesied that since he admitted
bis lack of perfect development he
might y?t surprise the rest by tak-
narriage in Cana said this: "Thou
Lord Jesus has kept the good wine
o serve Jesus and has done so dur-
ng his life can always say, "Thou
Lord Jesus has kept the good wine
intil now." Wrhich leader are you go
r.2; to follow.
WIlQ TAKE OFF
10 MIXED TRAINS
ing the cs.ke.
The Public Have Shown Their
I Appreciation
WW.
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1 a ,t iii.'hfi
1? '.mi'ii 01
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T
Big Reduction Sale
1
Jo
Continued for another week. Bet
ter come in and make selection
now. We will deliver later.
Large showing useful gifts.
ember we are giving 25 to
Per ont off.
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Hickory, N. C.
A
The corporation commission has set
hursday as the day to hear th?
cplicatien of the Carolina & North
western Railroad to discontinue the
lixrd trains No. 54 and 55 between
Hickory and Lenoir and the business
men of both towns are expected to
be represented at the hearing. Col.
L. T. Nichols, general manager, noti
ced the authorities at Lenoir several
hys ago of the intention to take off
these mixed trains, leaving only two
trains a dav between Hickory and
Lenoir. It was hoped an extra pas
senger train could be inaugurated be
tween Gastcnia and Lenoir, as the
train service on this road is not sat
isfactory.
DARING FOX COWBY
STAR COMING SOON
For all who love Western tories
end who does not? the Grand
Theatre wll offer Buck Jones, th?
daring Fox star, in a picture called
"Sunset Sprague" today.
Jones' pictures are always 1m
nressivo and unusual. There is no
finer rider on the screen, or off, an 1
he mkes one feel that the real iov
of living is not to be found in the
big cities, but on horseback in tha
not densely pepuated West.
"Sunset Sprague" is a lively story
cf a cowboy who unexpectedly en
counters the bisrgest job if Vz life.
Sunset (Buck Jones) dees this iob
in fine style, and after he scatters a
band of range-crooks he returns a
valuable mine to a tducky scirl from
whom it had beenstolen.
DR. FRITZ SPEAKS ON
VLUE OF MATHEMATICS
Effective December 15, the Highland
Garage will be compelled to go from a
credit to cash basis. The reason for this
is that we would have to borrow money to
enable us to carry accounts for our cus
tomers and we will be able to do work
cheaper on a cash basis. This will help us
and the man who has work to be done.
All work guaranteed. Oils and gas
station and conveniences for the motorist.
Your patronage solicited.
i
Garage
EC. C. Fry
Proprietors U. S. FRY
THE BOY
WHO PLAYED
FINN"
"HUCK
Do yu remember the whimsical
homely, impudent-faced boy who won
your applause and your heart in
"Huck Finn?" Well, he's in another
?eat boy picture called the "Soul o:
Ycuth" tnd it's comnig to the Pas
time theatre one day only, Thursday
Dsccmher . 9th. A picture for the
whole family, because it's about a
who-es family, including the dog.
Don t mis the biggest kid picture
ever filmed. Added attraction "Sum
mer Girls" a two reel Mack Sennett
comedy.
1k .
BE REPEALED
MY
3y the Associated Press. .,
Washington,, Dec. G. One of the
iirst seeps oy tne Kepumiean ma
jority in the house to pace the coun
try on a peace time basis was taken
today by Representative , Volstead of
Minnesota, chairman cf the judiciary
committe?, who introduced resolu
tion repealing all war time legisla
tion except the food control act.
the espiansge law, trading with the
enemy and similar legisation.
SUPREME COURT
DECIDES BIG
CASE -'
By the Associated Press.
Washington, Dec. 6. The govern
ment tcclav won its anti-trust suit
against Lehisrh Valley Railroad Com
i33nv and affiiated corporations. "
The supreme court in a decision
bv Justice Clark sustained charges
tf monopoly in violation of the
Sherman gr.ti-trust laws.
The court held that chi-ges of vlo
ation of the commdities clause in the
Lehigh Company's coal sales clause
had been proved.
Ov. Saturday morn in.?, at the chap
el excises, Dr. I?. L. Fritz, of the
col lee--, faculty, delivered a very in
teresting address to the school on the
general culture and educational value
of mathematics. The doctor was at.
hjs best,' an dinterspersing rare hu
mor with solid facts he convinced
everybody in the room that this
world would indeed be a bad place
without mathematics in all its va
rious forms.
PLAY CHARLOTTE TODAY
The girl's basketball teani of Le
noir College will play . a second
game with Queens, of Charlotte, in the
Charlotte Y. M. C. A. at 3 p. m. ;
They are. ready for a hard fight with
the team which beat them 5 to; 4j
a month ago,, and hope to have a dif
ferent ta'le to tell this time. Qusens j
is apparently making a big thing out
)f the game, and are also on edge for
the contest. The Lenoir team is in .
the best of condition, and feel confi-!
dent of a close score at th-2 worst,1
and a victory if luck is not against
them. I
DIAMONDS
DIAMONDS
This week only at
prices that will inter
est you. Come in and
see the stones and get
prices.
A. J. ESSEX
Graduate Optometrist
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la
ix 1117 eo
"I ALWAYS keep Dr. King's Nev
Discovery handy. It break.3 up
hard, stubborn colds and stops
the paroxysms of coughing." No '"
harmful drugs, but just good
medicine. At your druggists,
60s and $1.20 a bottle.
New "Discavezir
HP DTKTr7 T-, V -r
(EASY TO TA-SDCTfrsfAJlv
2LSQ acetanilide. Bdtfes
UGOODFOP GSIPPE "aP.0 D&CffACMFS
I $hoe Repairing
Stubborn Bowels Tamed
Leaving the system unckar.cd, doomed
bowels unmoved, results in health de
struction. Let the gently stimulating
Dr. King's Pills bring to you a regular,
normal bowel and liver functioniT.
Same old price, 25c. Alldrugisto.
Prompt 'WoiCt Gripo
inffs Mils
n
Had you thought about having' your old
shoes repaired? I am ready at all times
to do all kinds of repair work.
The next time you have any work to do
vve will' be glad to do it for you.
Work called for and delivered.
eciric Shoe Shop
F. M. THOMPSON, Proprietor
Phone 106

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