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HICKORY DAILY RECORD
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 15, 1920 - - . . . - " : ... SHOES All $10.00 Douglas Shoes . $8 00 All $8.50 -Douglas Shoes $6 75 All S8.C0 Douglas Shoes . . ' S6.40 Ladies $15.00 Shoes 8.98 Ladies $14.00 Shoes $11.50 Ladies $10.00 Shoes , $798 Ladies $9.50 Shoes . . ... .$7.50 Ladies $11.00 Shoes . . .8.50 Study these prices, then come and look these Shoes over before buying. DRESS GOODS These are the greatest reductions it is possible to make. And we are sure you won't save any thing by waiting. Black and Navy all Wool Serges, $1.75 val. $1.19 Black, navy, green, Red Serges, $2.25 val. $1.69 56-inch all wool serge, $5.00 value $3.98 56 in. ail wool Pairet Twill, black and blue, $5.50 value $4.19 48 inch all wool Broad Cloth, black, brown, na vy and Reindeer, $6.00 value, yard. . . .$4.39 We nave knocked the bottom out of all pre vious prices on Ginghams, Outings and Percales. 40c Dress Ginghams 19c 65c Dress Ginghams ., 45c Heavy Apron Gingham . . . . ; 13c 36 inch Dress Gingham 15c Heavy Outing 13c Best grade Outing 25c Percales' dark and light 19c UNDERWEAR This all A-l Underwear, no seconds. TT TT rT J "i. ivitjii s neavv nanes nirts m.sc Men's heavy ribbed Union Suits $1.89 Ladies Ribbed Union Suits .$1.39 Ladies heavy Shirts and Pants 98c ALL WOOL MIDDY SUITS $15.00 Middy Suits $9.98 $22.50 Middy Suits $15.00 $25.00 Middy Suits $17.00 We have a few of the very best Coats, Suits and Dresses left which we are pricing so low you can't help but buy. Men's and Ladies 35c Hose 10c Children's heavy Ribbed Hose 19c 36 inch L. L. Sea Island Sheeting 9c vard Brysoini-Sniy a Dependable Goods for Less You Be the Judge d Bread Buy City Steam Bake 25 per cent increase in weight at the same price from your merchant 10c. Good as the best, better than the rest. Begins December 15. City Steam Bakery Constant Heat Day and Night Warm rooms to dress in steady even heat all day fire never out. COLE'S Original Air -Tight Wood Heater Is made Air-Tight and is guaranteed to stay Air-Tight. Ew joint is double seamed. That's why the fire never goes out-the fjcrfect control gained by eliminating air leakage. Don't buy .r. Imitation, ! ih beater vou can depend apon. In.iit oa Cole i Original AirTicht Wood Ueitor. Made by tl.t Company wl.o ori.na.cd the AJr-TuM nd Hoi Blast Prlncipfe. Shuford Hardware Co ft.! fiOX TO LE PACKED PHANAGE FOR OR- On next Monday at the residence Mrs. J. F. Abornethy a' box will be packed by the members of the Re formed church to be sent to Nazar eth Orphan's Home of the Reformed church located at Crescent. Members cf the congregation are asked to bring whatever articles they may have to send to home of Mrs. Aber nethy between now and Monday. Clothing and articles of any kind that can be used will be highly appreciat ed. This is a worthy cause and should appeal to all i IRISH DISSENSIONS Fadraic Colum in the Gaelic-American. We speak of peace between the Iiish groups, but we are apt to be llki our fraternal greetings in the wry celebrated in that fine old Irish tule. "The Little Brawl of Alien." "WpII. Finn," said Goll, "Thanks be to (Jed, we're all at peace. I don't re member that we had such peace be fore since that day I killed your fath er." "Well Goll," said Finn, "if you killed my father that day 'by a cow ard's blow, it was not long after till I killed your threg uncles." FUNERAL OF MR. KEEVER ers without the sunshine fair semi colon confound slug seven, he nev er justifies his lines no joy in lif-j comma no worms Proofreader No warmth I share Copyholder Warmth. Proofreader No wrmth comma and health and vigorous flies ' Copyholder Blazes; Health and vigor fly Proofreader (Health and vigor fly comma full stop. That's about the sound of it when "retry is on deck. Des Moines Register. AT SOUTH SCHOOL TONIGHT The Ardmore Orchestral Enter tainers composed of six artists will give a concert at the South school auditorium this evening at li:"0 o'clock, coming to Hickory under the auspices of the Redpath Lyceum. This company takes plac? of the St. Clair, Four which was scheduled fr January 24. The singing orches tra, as it is called is a high grade at traction and will be ne of the treats cf the sason. 1 Professional Cards At 10 o'clock this moring funeral services for Mi'. Daniel Keever who died Monday night at 12:15 were held from the home on Twelfth avenue and fche body was laid to rest in Oakwood cemetery. Rev. C. S. Kirkpatrick, pastor of the First Methodist church, read t.h-3 Inrial service in the presence cf the familv and friends. I Many bautiful floral offering at tested the esteem in which the de I parted was held. "Uncle Dan" a he was familiarly canea, win ds Ki-eat-ly missed among a wide circle of friends. The paU bearers were Messrs. J. A. Bowles, J. W. Ballew, M. S. Smith.. L. D. Frye Walter Hendrix and Dr. P. W. Troutman. HOW IT SOUNDS Some writer has produced a poem "Sounds from the Sanctum." It reads just too pretty and gives rise to the thought that the author never visited the sanctum when business was in full blast. If he had called about midnight, for instance, he would have seen two saints one poring over a proof slip, the other holding the copy; and the sounds would have been something like this: Proofreader As flowers without the sunshine fair comma sc comma withovtt you comma do I breathe a dark and dismal mare Copyholder Thunder; not mare air. Proofreader I breathe a dark and dismal air comma as flowers com ma Coypholder Shoot the comma. Proofreader 'Tis done. As flow- Christmas Shopping Will Begin in Earnest This Week tsar) Z?zets 95 We have arranged our stock of Electrical Gifts so that you . can easily see and try them. Every year people are buying Practical Gifts gifts that are useful as well as ornamental. In making a gift of something electrical ycu give one a practiial gift it only costs a few cfcnts an hour to operate almost any article we are showing. 25 Per Cent Reduction Electric Irons Vacuum Cleaner Electric Percolators Electric Range Immersion Heater Sewing Machine Electric Radiator Grill Chafing Dish Floor Lamps Electric Heater Washing Machine Southern Public Utilities Co. Dr.Speas' Infirmary For Eye, Ears, Nose and Throat, Glasses properly fitted . Over Hickory Drug Co. CYRUS C. BABB Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Engrs. Waterpower, Waterworks and Sewerage Land sub-duisicn Highways. Hickory, N. C Chm. Com. Bide Address: Granite Fails, N. C. j Tipton Undertaking Company FUNERAL DIRECTOR EMBALMER Prompt Attention to All Calla Day or Night. PHONES: 389 301-L DR. W. B. RAMSAY DENTIST Office over Hayes-Long Dmg Co HICKORY, N. C. HALE ELECTRC COMPANY Ninth Avenue We are equipped to do all kinds of electrical work, small or large. . We also carry a complete stock of Electrical Goods and a line of fixtures for store and residence lighting. Electric Shoe Shop F. M. THOMPSON, Proprietor First Class Work Guaranteed Phone 106. Work Delivered 1032 14th Street, Hickory, N. C. Geo. E. Bisanar DOCTOR OF OPTICS Error of Refraction and all Opti cal defects corrected with properly fitted glasses. Office and examination ro-n in con nection witi. Jewelry Sccre. Jitney Schedule Hickory-Lenoir Jitney Schedule Leave Lenoir 3:30 P. M. Leave Hickory B.0O P. M. Arrive for No. 21 and 22. C. E. ROBBINS DR. J. B. LITTLE DENTIST Office PLon 3S3 Orer D. P. Bowman 'a Stort When you have any old or cast off Furniture to sell CALL 224-L Highest Cash Prices Paid. E. W. REYNOLDS J. W. SHUFORD FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND Licensed Embaimer HICKORY, N. C. Day Phone 99 Night 43-J Dr, Dma H. Hester DENTIST Office over Yoder Grocery Co. SeconI floor Masonic Temple building. Hickory Harness Co. Manufacturers of all kind3 of HARNESS, BRIDLE. SADDLES AND STRAP WORK Repairing a Specialtj HICKORY, N. C. Hickory Lodge No. 343 A. F. & A. M. Regular communication First and Third Monday nights. Brethren cordially invited to b present. II E Whitoner. Master D. B. TAYLOR, Sec.