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MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1920
HICKORY DAILY RECORD THESE GIRLS ANXIOUS I FOii AMERICAN HUSBANDS .FRENCH SCIENTIST HAS SOLUTION FOR LIGHTS PL .1. m rew or roll ton Furn. Co. cmas Piano Iibau. Latvia, Nov. 20. Latvian I V&rx., aov. zo. wma ana waier -irls are looking longingly at the j hold the solution of the fuel shortage American matrimonial market. The j in France, E. Colardaau told his war has left Latvia with a surplus ! associates at the Academy of Sei ne pre prcoi in Lhe results of an installation c Ti-n'o1 wx;n and. husbands are scarce i enee at its last meeting mid FOR SALE MODERN 6 ROOM ' Dunn'ali'W in West Hickory. Phone j S08-K fi-cm C to 7. 12-2 lopUj FRESH OYSTKRS IIErfT QIAL ity, cleanest, largest. All oysters, no liquor. l'ackul in pint and quart tins. Shipment arrives daily. Whitener & Martin. tod 12-18 kitchen faucet of a water-turbine j winch drives a dynamo that charg es storage batteries. City pressure on the water, he ex plained, is sufficient to furnish a household with electric light fall of the water through a pipe to turn the charging turbine. New interest has been taken here in this idea of household instal lations because the higher costs of fuel and powerfl it is considered, may wake practicable thess water tur bines. I. ! CONSUMERS' ASSOCITION TRIES TO FORCE PRICES ion o-nvprnment has arranged oar-' 15,000.000 marks at the dispo- j i r.-f th' association at a low ratei of interest to! BURNS HIGHLAND MARY BURIED IN NEW GRAVE Gera, Germany, Nov. 25. A great onsuraerso assciation has bscn form al at this nv-nrjfacturuig center of i Thiu'ingia to purchase tne products In the country, M. Colardc-auj of the Gera textile mills in an at IN OltDKR TO (JET YOUR LAFX- dry back before Xmas we will make the usual trip cn l.'ith strert :.iul Ninth venue on Monday. Decem ber 20. We will ah:o mahe the Menzie: Hill trip Mcnciiiy A. M. M nday 1. M. we will work West Hickory and East Hick ory, East Sth and Jth avenue Ken woith. Ileuse keep this in m'ni mil have your laundry ready as we will not make any other calls. Hickory Steam Laundry. 12-8 It p.l New Columbia Records now on sale. Tipton Furn. Co. PIANO TUNING I AM GETTING More orders for piano tuning than I had tx pec-ted, and will not leave Hickory until after Christmas. If you are pleaded with my work tell your friends, if you are not plea.-'ed tell me and I will make it so. or refund your money. E. E. Ander pon. Thorn- M0-J. Hardin Studio. 12-8 fit p:l expensive. Lnaer tne Leuisn vv?.e".us a bride must bring hsr hus Lain', a dower in keeping with the social position of her own family a:vl that "? her husband. A Lettish merchant consulted the Associated Press correspondent in i seriousness about the prospect of finding hti'dinrwl-4 f.-.v his daiifhtev- in iVoriM ' would install windmills to puma wit- te.mpt to force down "One of rav daughters is in New!cr to elevated tanks and utilize the! Heve unemployment ork m school. Sne is only lo and I am not worrying about her,'' he said. "I know she will learn English perfectly and find a gooJ husband who won't demand any money settlement. But I have two older fauehters hero in f atvia. Any wen i hat I would have for sons in law de mar. 1 unrcascmiblo dowries. They want : hurid' Hi thousarnl rubles at lease (equivalent t;; about $750). Scene cf tlv.m demand 2C0.000. That's a hit of monev to us under present eenditions, an:l I want to send thc pirls to America. They are stuJying English now. but I can't ret -rov-missian for them to go to the Unit ed States." HOW HE KNEW price The and re- rhuring- Scveral billion marks worth j Greenock, Scotland, Nov. 13. With of i CTi-P.it solemnity, the remains ,f h"--v Mary material already has been oougliu ny the association and it is planned to extend the buying campaign until all factories can "resume full operation. Nearly 7,000 of the 8,000 men for merly employed in 27 textile rruils , necessitated oy an extension of Campbell, Robert Eurn--" '"Highland Mary" were transferro i today from the Old West Grecmx-i; here to a new grace in Gretno;-;; cemetery. The rewoval had nerc have been idle. Nothing is to be gained by provok ing are-viva! of the boy's, question: Whv did God make Sunday the long est day in the week? New Evening Post. local shipyard. Fror the snot where Mary was buried 13d years ago, the coffin wax borne reverently cn the shoulders of representative's of Barns Club.--, from all over the cohntry to its nc York' i oh. ting place and. a hvgc crowd .y Burns admirers attended an ineres- WANTFD. SKI 'ON I) HAND CLOTH- ing and shoes for boy and girl, 11 years old (twins) to fit them up ho that they can attend , school, these children live just outside the city ami are destitute. Any one wishing to donate clothing for these children may leave same at Mr. Umstoads Grocery store, or write to the undersigned rjnd it will be called for, Chas. E. Hefner, Sup. Public Welfare, Hickory N. C. 12-13 2t For Saie-One Player Piano, walnut case, one piano, mahogany case, Lyon & Healy make. Guaranteed. Sold on time if you wish. Tipton Furn. Co. WANTED A T ONCE CLEAN cotton rags. Clay Printing Co. "You sav you wa-e held by a foot pad v it !i a revolver this morning. At what thm ?" "Five minutes to 1." "How ea-: you fix the time so pre cisely?" Because I could so the church clock r.nd I noticed the hands were in the y-;mo -,)); it ion as mine." Lor.-bn Tit-Bits. Theie nve CO pounds in a bushel of wheat, but r.ow selling cheaper than 24 pounds of flour. Chattanooga News. lo Get Rid Of Your Cold Wm D .1 i. 11 The quick way is to use Dr. King's New Discovery V'- ..- I ON'T fool with a cold. Go to your MAMMOTH YELLOW SOY BEANS Wc have just received a car load of finest quality Mammoth Yellow Soy Beans at $2.25 a bushel for quick sale. Farmers will be safe by buying now. See these beans and you will be sure to buy. HICKORY SEED CO. drusreist and pet a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and start taking it. ' By the time you reach home ycu'il begin to feel better, and will have, a restful sleep without throat-torturing coughing. Dr. King's New Discovery, for over Gfty years a standard remedy, has the medicinal qualities that relieve con gestion, ease the cough and loosen the phlegm. Convincing, healing taste, too. Trice 63 cents, $1.20 a bottle. For colds and Coughs LIVING ROOM FUR NITURE REPAIRED 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 promptly. Carolina Parlor Furniture Co.' Statesville, N. C. 11 30 12 21 TRUSTEE'S SALE OF TATE REAL KS- By virtue of the power of sale contained in n certain deed of trust executed by Jim Nance and Fran? is Nance to the undersigned Trustee to secure a debt due and owing the First Building and Loan Associati ve, default having been made in the payment thereof, which said deed of trust is dated August 14th., 1920, and registered in the office of the Register cf DccUs for Catawba County in Book No. 149, at page 28", the undersigned Trustee will, on Fri day, Dec. "1, 1920, at Noon in front of the office of the First Building and Loan Assciation in the City of Hickory, offer for sale and sell at public auction for cash all that cer tain lot or parcel of land lying in Hickory Township, Catawba County. North Carolina, bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake on a 10-foot alley, Sallie Morrison's corner, and running North 1 East 112 feet to Chestnut Avenue, thence along 'this Avenue 73 feet to a stake; thence South 1-2 East 110 feet, to a stake, Sallie Moriison's line; then with her line North 89 West 70 feet to the be ginning, being lot No. 4 of J. D. Winkle's lots in East Hickory, sur veyed by J. E. Barb, Surveyor. Being- the property conveyed bv J. L. Riddle and wife and W. II. Nicholson and wife to the said Jim Nance by deed datid June 1, 1920. This the 39th day of November, 1920. O. R. WOOTEN, Trustee. Dec. 1 3 15 22 29. Constipated? Here's Relief Cleanse the system and bring back your old time energy with Dr. King's Pills. They promote free bile flow, stir up the lazy liver and get at the root of the trouble. Price, 25 cents. Prompt! Wont Grip .flte Fills ur.mn UCTION SALE OF J. W. DENNY LANDS Under an order of the Superior Court made in the Special Proceed ings, entitled "In re: Mrs. J. W. Denny, widow; and W. -W. Denny, J. F. Denny. Gertrude Denny, Florence Pritchard, L. V. Denny, E. B. Denny, Eettie Johnson, ar.d ITattia B. Clarke, minor, by her general guardian, J. Frank Clark, heirs at law of J. ' W. Denny, deceased; and First Security Trust Company, Admr. cf J. W. Denny. Ex-parte," the undersigned commissioner, cn Saturday, January 15, 1921, at 2:30 P. M. upon the premises, will offer for sale at public auction the fol lowing tract or iparcel of land in Hickory-. Township, Catawba County North Carolina, bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone at railroad. A. A. M'ilor's north-west corner, and runs South 3 East with Miller s line 121 poles to a stone, . A. Miller's eo nr.in the old lno then South 88 West with old line 25 poles to a stone in the nublie rnnd- then North 31 West with the road 70 poles to a stake in Arney's- line; then North 25 East with said line 40 poles to an old pine corner;, then North 55 East 28 poles to a stone on railroad tank; then North 30 East with railroad 17 1-2 poles to tlu point cf beginning, containing 30 acres, except )?ir.-h parts Und nr-t--cels thereof as have heretofore b?en sold and conveyed, leaving a balance cf 27 acres, more or less. This property is located just South of the right of way of the Southern Railway Company, and opposite the nursery of the Howard-Hickory Com Tmy, has a frontage on .the sand clay public road and contains a modern six-room Bungalow. This property will be subdivided into suitable building lots, and will be sold separately, and as a whole, and the best price reported. A map of this subdivision can be seen bv respective purchasers at the resi dence on the premises., or at the I-'irst Security Trust " Company in Hickory. 1 Terms: One-third cash; one-third in three months; balance in six months. Deferred payments to be satisfactorily secured. This December 11th. 1920. First Security Trust Company, Cmmissioner. Dec 13 20 27 Jan 3 10. ft Setzer & Russell Announce the Greatest H argain vent o f the S eason, oegmning t And Lasting 1 5 Days Him- Grade ooas a How r rices wsnt vati aiw ftfrtr.fc and havft marked everv ihinf down so low thai thev are bound to gc. Wekvs some especially good bargains in Clothing and Shoes. Ask to see them. No goods sent out on s and positively nothing charged at sale prices. LOOK AT THE PRICES BELOW THEN YOU WILL DECIDE TO BUY FROM US vIEN AND LADIES COATS 10.00 Ladies Coats . . .' .$5.98 $12.50 Ladies Coats $7.98 $15. 00 Ladies Coats . . . . o . S22.98 .$32.98 .855.00 825.00 Ladies Coats $14.98 830.00 Ladies Coats $18.98 T $40.00 Ladies Coats . . . $50.00 Ladies Coats . . 875.00 Ladies Coats . . $35.00 Short Plush Coa. $23.98 LADIES SUITS We have 25 Ladies Coat Suits which we are going to close out at $12. to $38. OVERALLS Best Overall made for men $2.19 Good blue heavyweight. . .$1.59 Youth's good blue Overalls . . . 98c to $1.49 Boy's Good blue Overalls 69c to $1.19 Best work shirts that are made for men, $1.75 quality at .98c OUTING Good striped and solid colored Outing at . . ... . . 19c Free! To the first 1.00 persons whose purchases amount to $5.00 or more we will give absolutely free 1 lb. Good Roasted Coffee DRESS GINGHAMS 50c Dress Gingham . 35c 40c Dress Gingham ........ 29c 36 in. Dress Ginghams . . ' Good Apron Gingham CLOTHING FOR VV n ho vn,nc- 19c BOYS jntly the northern market values in clothing. stock will go at Men's $30.00 Suits Men's $35.00 Suits Men's $40.00 Suits Men's $50.00 Suits Boys Suits from $5.00 t bougM ,-ome All of oi ...M sioi LADIES' DI Only 20 Ladies' Drcsse Our entire line of silks, includ ing taffetas, satins, and crepe de chines, to go at very low prices SHOES We have a big stock of ladies men's and childrens shoes that we are going to put on sale at 1-4 off. SHEETING 36 in. good quality Sea Island and AAA unbleached sheeting at . .... . ... : . . . 121-2C These are rnaue serge and charm o go at extremely lovv me lefi- WOOLEN GOODS We have a big lino dress goods, iricotino Broadcloth and serges, from 50c to 86.00 yard at '.'A!?!. Jt-rst V0i" 14 o: UMBRELLAS V)' We have just recerea ii n T "I TT .I-vwiU'lC; VU- OT At ,nf i; v'ini beautiful Ivory ham will sell at $4.00 and tnai S5.00 eacr- Hickory, North C arolma .