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HICKORY DAILY RECORD
FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, 1920 D Superior Meats for Particular People lif.f.vJ'1 r,' !'vctly i af,in ayiiiR that our market offers vou the most choice Be lt tt.cn of meats .or your table that can be had in the City. Th. kl!'; th'dt cur lxl;n' stomcrs will bear us out in this statement, and we uim tru.. Jtu give us a trial order and ycu too will be convinced. 49 and 144 Phones CITY MARK FT Ninth Avenue HERMAN GOES 10 ROADS FOR 0 MGNTHS TB S 0? MANKIND tcisfit With IMII.'1'MITI..'H ..-.i l. M -K'vlnv, I irccH within. Neuti ul;zi' W " ' 7','-Tr!'l"'T"'lrrrFji;vriiivwtTr .;ur:.ifs tlm poiporiN, ami i chi-vcs nil rhi'U-1$ t i.vtTloiul your yntc-m with harmful drugs H :! i Mif rr nun' iKiiiy iiamsnes riiCUlliau.sm ,' i juiir r'ntiipaiilon. I'lilCI! $!.i;o ;, COMPANY, N EWBURGH, N. Y. Ed HI I! i ! HID II UR TOMORROW ID OF SIT! TO ES3 .-. iou about the high cost of .' HICKORY'S CHEAPEST you an opportunity to save :venty dollars on every suit ' stove, this savins' will help ; your gifts. well tailored from 817.48 .. '. 29.48 at ten snot or two at Etta May Dula was not mistaken f ( r a rabbit, ycstewlav at noon, bat she- hpi a light to think h;r end :. came when a load of binl-diot went screeching thtoujrh the wincknv ' Mr. II. C. Lutz's kitchen where she jwa pvcpariny the midday meal, j . hvttt rul the "-lass and fied her arm ji'iM tiii' wiin line missiles, it -vms 'estimate! that between 50 vrd GO shot.-; foiir.d lodgment. End Dr. Elack- hu"'. re:r,cvcd a number of th?m. Master Ticraca Lutz. Jr. who wss in the ktcher, vai scratched by ilyi.-i:;' ft'lass, but his wcunis were not a? nainful is th.-e of the colored wevn- txn. She was jrame, however, rnj is b:-fk at hfr post today. .oe Mi;'i una "rno other were trackirsr r;bbits in the back rf ftventeenth street noon yesterday when one rr"i int- thv LutJ! v.-or:lhoiise. On -f th" !rv? fenred it nt and Mr. Shell lune. f 3 with hi? crur If w.i then 11v hr weapon va 5 discharpc-d. sondin? 'ti lo'.1 throusrh the kitchen windo The vo'j"cr man, who was frigrht ?rd ? iho woman expressed his sin Tin rPTi'orp. Th? rr.bbit escaped. Tiie nroRrarn at t!he Hub tomorrow row will be Ruth Roland in the 8th episode of "Ruth of the Rockies" Rathe News and "Girls and Gun powder." a two reel Fox Sunshine comedy. Some good show. . Come. 31ASOXS HOLD SPECIAL MEETING; MUCH INTEREST ho.-s snow 'JO With a Iar'3 attendance of mem bers, Hickory lodjre' No. 343, A. F. and A. M. held a special .communica tion 3a st night and initiated four candidal into the mysteries of the Master Mason. Past Master D. L Miller acted ss worshipful master and Worshipful Master II. E. Whitenei sat in the south chair during the ceremonies, Capt. II. A. Furman ' be ing tha setiicr warden. The work was cariicd througli with spirit and promptness and all was enjeyci by the large crowd. Following the degree v :rk, the lumbers repaired tJ the 'obbv of the temple, where th-3 craft had been called to refreshment-.. Sandwiches, coffee, pickles, pie, and soft drinks were there in abundance c.nri the sccaal hour proved mosc en yable. .1 - : CHRISTMAS fiiEV we nn Pain in Year Back? Then Follow This Adv!to Hi that ntington, W. Dr. Riorco'a l I 'Co! ::-.5ry73 Chcapcsi Siore Va. "I will eav Au-nric (anti-uric acid) Tablets are the best I ever tried; they relievo any form of kidney trouble quicker tha:: any medicine I have ever need. I too.v: about ono third of the. bottle and was greatly bcr.e and son-indaw Ctet!. My daughter CljiO WCro Sail line with iviin in liulr I gave lb em the remainder cf tho medicine and they wei-e entirely re lieved. Anurie must be a very o Ho le nt imody." MRS. ED. DE FO'Cl, I j-ii '1 th Ave. All driiygicts. Several hundred Hickory people, as a result of the saving habit practiced through 12 month.:, today are worth ."j: 15,000 more than they were last year this time, and they can apply the money either in .purchasing Christmas goods or return it to their savings ac count. The Consolidated Trust Com pany is mailing checks to its Christ r.us fund savers and they will do the r jst. The bank already has announced 1 another chrb for next year and it is ! expected that the number of member.; : will bo doubled and the amcunt saved j twice ivS much as this year. There is : nn re ason why the people of Hickory ! and this section should not save $50.- 000 m the next year, and if they will take the advice of those who put aside S'.nv.c money every week for the past 1 2months they will start a rush cf" d;-posits. The money comes in handy at Will Herman, whose barroom near Catawba Springs was broken up on Wednesday night, November 24, was rcntenccd in county court Tuesday to six nrcnihs on the public roads on the charge 01 selling liquor. He was j caught with the goods. Sheriff Isen I hewer and Mr. C. R. Rrady of Con- over and two other officers raided his alleged store and found barroom fixtures. He was evidently preparing lor a busy Thansgiving trade. As Herman learned what wss hap pening, he made off with two jugs of lioucr, spilling the juice as he fied Mr. Brady and a Newton officer grabbed him. Herman, is about GO years, old and has a family. His age faved him from a longer sentence. County Judge Sigmcn said. ' For. several days it was believed that TIercnan, who. was out under' bond on charge of selling liquor, wbidd expose a score or more of I blecbaders and bootleggers in Cataw-j ba. Caldwell and Alexander counties, but somebody "worked" cn him before the day of trial. A Hickory man, who went on his bond, is saidj to have toid him the consequences! of uncovering the liquor dealers, j vhile M: Brady pointed out to him 1 die good he cevdd no his own family 3rd several counties by telling of the rotteness that he knew about. Herman considered a light sentence ".r.d a clean breast of th.3 rotten busi ness or closed lips rnd a term on the roads. He chose the roads. ATTENTION MEMBERS Hickory Post No. 48. American Legion will meet tonight at 7:30 in the club room over the Standard Garage. A 1 n-ge " attendance is re quested. Important business will come before this meeting. ' Dr. .r. H. S'huford. Pest Com. R. M. Yount. Past Adjutant. CUTS 8t BUyiSES are protected from poison and quickly bealed with tmas time. It Is a thorough antiseptic and prevents any bad effects from a bad cut or wound. Sold by LUTZ DRUG STORE Sheriff Mouser will be at the City Manager's office tomorrow with the tax books for Hick ory township. Make it a point to see him. It A Great Holiday Reduction Sale of Fine Clothes Suits Worth $50. 55 and $60- have been further reduced to $39.50 You have been getting some pretty live ly values from this store; when we couldn't see much hope that prices of cloth ing would come down, we just pulled them down. Now we're giving them another "bump;" we're determined to lead everyone in val ue giving. Since all that we can possibly hope to make, on these clothes is good will' we're going: to make all of that we can; These values ought to bring every man in town to this store. Hart Schaff ner & Marx silk lined Suits and Overcoats, worth $65. $70. $75, $80. $49.50 Hart Schaffner & Marx fine Suits and Overcoats, worth $50, $60, and $65, now $39.50 Other Grades $24.50, $29.50 and $34.50 Moretz-Whitener Clothing Co. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes ALE Reduction on all Electrical Appliances, beginning Friday, December 10th and extending through the Holidays. We will sell all El ectneui Heating and Cooking Appliances, Table and Floor Lamps, Washing Machines, Sewing Machines' etc., at 25 per cent re- . auction. The following is a list of a few of the many useful gifts you may select from: ELECTRIC RANGES ':'.!). CO Wcstiaghouse Automatic Ranges, now $17'00 '.".00 Hughes Range, now $155.00 SIT.'.OO Simplex Range, now $135.00 SEWING MACHINES :-t;o.(iO Machines, now $40.00 oT.'i.OO Machines, now $55.00 SEWING MACHINE MOTORS 5J2.0 Motors, now . -- ?15.00 WASHING MACHINES ?? 1-iO.OO Machines, now $112.50 ?1C0.00 .Machines, now $120.00 WAFFLE IRONS $20.00 Irons, now $15.00 TOASTERS $9.00 Toasters, now .$6.75 IMMERSION HEATERS $7.00 Heaters, now $5.25 ELECTRIC IRONS 58.00 Irons, now : $6-00 VACUUM CLEANERS $57.50 Cleaners, now $43.15 Floor and Table Lamps $60.00 Lamps, now $37.50 All Grills, Perculators, Chafm Dishes, Heating Pads and Electric Heaters at 25 per cent reduction. $102.00 Lamps, now $73.75 $127.00 Lamps, now $79.40 $83.00 Lamps, now . . $68.00 Lamps, now . . . . .$51.90 .. .$49.40 -i- utiieni tiSifcies Company - .I-.;.- v 6. is- So riiolic V .- - .