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HICKORY DAILY RECORD f.. :im".v.i, ...j..-t Lf SPECIAL PASTIME TODAY IJ 'LEWIS J. SELZNICK Presents Olive Thomas HOB MEETINGS ' SET FDR TH SOUTHERN GROVE . TSWEFK! WILL STI8E PLAr i ' 1 (In her last picture) In JOHN LYNCirs pan U The story of a Little "Nobody" who proved herse'.f a jo., oua Ray of Sunshine in a Dismal House of Gloom. I ADDED ATTRACTION 1 "MODEL HUSBAND'S" 1 A Two Reel Carter Dellnven Parammirt fr.iv. -rKr ADMIS,$lu. li a. CNla ..war tax included! T O M O R It O W HARRY CAREY -IN- "BLUE STREAK McCOY" A Universal Western Picture And "FICKLE FANCY" A two reel New Mack Sannctt Comely ' Judging from the attendance at On Saturday, January 29, at 7:30 various club meetings during the o'clock the Southern Grove Commu past few weeks when the roads have nity Club will give the play "Neigh becn almost impassable in some bors" instead of their regu-nr .com nkiccs. puh wnvK- n t no nnnntv is i munity meeting. After the play I certainly booming. I they will have a box supper the pro- i hi... ii : j.. .i.-i . ff-rds of which will bp used lor a i a iiiuiis rep;;iLs eignt ciuu ,7 This play is the same that was given in Italeigh last summer at the Farm Convention ana which made such a favorable impression. Some i the parts will be taken by the ramc people that took part ir- it at Raleigh and the other characters havej been selected from the community, i Ju.fsrmsr from all reports it will likely be a great success r.id those wiahino- tn c..npnri n nlpasant Gveninff would do well to go out to Southern; Grove to this play. Admission free. MRS. AN'NA L. HARRIS j County Home Bern. Agent. er more and more each day and he, re-1 from adjoining counties. aiizes the importance of under a ij,rp-p, attendance is also -expect standing his engine or his tractor j fa h j t b heJd at gaIis. thnronp-hlv. This amounts for the r ; . , o oi.- keen interest displayed. Abernethy Hardware Company, In ternational dealers in Hickory, who have sold a number of tractors m Ca tawba county, and who are cooperat- K,,v- Tnnno viT SI-TToln-njir-ir 2. Kalis kJ Ltl y . waiiuui jf J ' r 7 bury Hardware and Furniture Co. co- . . -w j t-.i i o rr operating: ixington rcuruary o-u, AGE SIX card or -i iUXK! We desire tc ii.- - friends and neH.w Ur 11 . "- -. v , f... , . Sboaf & Son cooperating; wmsion-, - "'""-"iy iurv, " . a l Vohnnn. 7-P, Rmwn-Rnwri!. illness and flp.nfh , lv..J cavDa countv, and wno are cooperat- ntin'liy n X ing with the Harvester Company in ; February 10-12, M. G. Newell Co., the school work, are exnectimr a larirs i cooperating: Burlington February attendance of farmers from the ! 14-16 R. A. Cobxe Hardware Co., co county, and a number are '.expected operating. er, Mrs. Cathevi the besntifni .. .. , ' i, . cf them is our The Chihh-cn rest J"' I "1 11 tfe WIO if i? Lames For three days this week Today, Wednesday and Thursday, the City Pressing- Club will clean -free of charge white kid gloves with each coat suit sent to us for cleaning and pressing. We have installed a new process for cleaning gloves and satisfaction is guaranteed. Don't forget the special daysToday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week, week. Pressing and cleaning of men's suits and overcoats done promptly. Called for and delivered. j J. V ' - i . V V.lflllkl j meetings last week with an attend ance -averaging mors than 75 per cent of V.-.c members. Considering I the r cds and the waither, this is an : (?y1-(-i?cnl avcragr. The woiiicn and ipiris show such a great interest in liboir wcrk. Most, of the girls clubj r2 just finishing some very sttrac Itivo work bags and it is very inter est ng to see the girls vie with c-son other to see whose bag wiil be ths bsst. -The following is a program of Mrs. Harris' work for the weel, January 24-29: Monday 10 a. m. Rocketts Girl? Club, finishing work -basrs and cut tinr cap? to be used while binning. Mondav 1 o. m. Charity Womans Club, with Mrs. J. Alonzo Yount, making sinit)le rice net hat frames. Tuesday 10 a. m.. Monogram Girls Club, makintr ccoking anrens. 1 r. m. Balls' Creek Girls Club, simple hat frames. Wi:3pesf'.-'y 9:i?0 a. m: Mt. Olive Girls Club, finishing bags and cut ting caps. ' Wednesday 11 a. m., Southern Grcve Girls Club, finishing bsgs and ! cutting caps. Wednesday 2:30 P. m.. Woman's Club demonstration. Thursday, 10. a. m. ( Charity Girls Club, finishing llifis and cutting caps. Friday 2:30 p. m.. Windy Ciy rrent-Teachers association, Talk c" foods for children. Friday 7:30 p. m., Newton's Wna an's Club. Saturday 2 p. m. Southern Grove Woman's Club. Selection of foods i Mw with Mrs. C.4 O. Smith. Saturlav 7:30 n. m. Ronthprn Rrm-f. i Community Meeting, Flay of 'Neigh bors ana oox supner. ! FARMERS INTERESTED IN TRACTOP, SCHOOL Highland .TiTrlo-ii-n- fvr.vn inmn'rips and sh;t-J- " - " i ' '1.1 .--V.... ' ments made by a number of prominent farmers and ethers interested in pow er farming, the tractor school to be held by the International . Harvester Company of America in the Chamber of Commerce building at Hickory on January 27, 28 and 29 is an event in wdiieh the farmers are keenly inter ested. The subject of power farming is be ing considered by the modern f arm- I STOCKHOLDERS MEETING The stockholders of the Catawba County Fair Association will hole thir annual meeting at the Chamber of Commerce Thursday afternoon, January 27 at 2:30 o'clock. MFJS. Q. E. HERM5AN, Sec. SMALL FIRE TODAY One cent a word for eaeS insertion. THIS SIZE TWO CENTS A WORD. This size three cents a word. All ads cash with copy. Count the words before sending in your copy. The house of Euian Eumgarner, colored caught fire from a defective flue this morning and the department was called out. The damage was about $5. This is the second time this place has caught frcm a defective f'ue in the past year. CONOVER DOES WELL City Pressing Phone 190 Ernest Wright, Mgr. Conover people have raised $150 for European and Chinese Mrs. R. L. Washburn is due much of the credit for the rv.ir! siimin.,. Ccncyer peonle-are proud of their sno;v:mg and 'the Record wa?. asked M-asy u any other town of its size bar! beaten it in good works. The Record li3s not heard of any. ? i B . L SPRING TIME IS NEAR. LET ME estimate on that job of painting you have. Nothing but first class work done. W. T. Hilton. 1 24 2t pd FOR SALE OAE NEW, MODERN 8 room bungalow with electric lights. See J. Park Whitener, Long view, i ll to Feb 1 YOUR OLD FURNITURE MADE like nsw at Paragon Mfg. Co Phone Nc. 218-L. 25 2t EVERYP.ODYS SWEETHEART" I ASTIME TODAY LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME with nice wall paper and paint. Ask your friends about tin high class work that I do. W. T. Hilton. 1 24 2t pd TO LEASE GOOD. MODERN R.: dence on Eighth -avenue, with three acies ct lov, iruit trees, garden space and chicken houses. See J W. Garkscn. oo Tocav Lewis J SoininTr i vuve mcmas m John IT.i . . . . a avETyootiy's Sweetheart.' 'Everybody's Sweetheait' simply a storv of sawliarin a-, oiinies dui a well balanced drV pirit of youth wiu mi ivtn t. f rr-artn n:-c. .-.I wusmcies m reaching its goal. A most delightful ccmedy drama Auuea attraction. 'Model Husbands' a Carter Delia ven Paramount com eay in two reel?. Special music. To- ?arry Cnrev in 'Blue Streak McCoy' by H. J. Var.Loan, A. Uni versal Vestern Dirf-.irp in i - llt: 1 l'L!3, AlSO a r.CW two rrrl TVT-,,.1- comeay. - - - - o m-o not he Readi-Cat I L. L. Moss System of Construction is Built' on This Principle Modern power-driven machines can do better work at a lower cost than hand la bor. Then every bit of work that can be done by machines should be so done. The steel worker with a little hack-saw trying to cut and fit the steel girders of the modern skyscraper should be no more out of place than the modern carpenter cutting sills, joists and rafters. ' The, skyscraper frame work is cut to fit by machines in the steel mills, marked arid numbered ready for erection. The lumber in the house is cut o fit by machines in my mill, marked and number ed ready for erection. We anticipate the pleasure of work ing with you to the end that your home will be completed in a way that is pleasurable and satisfactory. Think it all over and see L. L. MOSS Hickory, N. C. ruit li AKMONY OF COLOR IN naper and, paint to make your heme attractive see W. T. Hilton, 1 24 2t pd FOR SALE GOOD 8 ROOM House with, all modern conveniences. Lot 100x500. Fine selection of fruit trees and vines, garage, cow sta!i pigeon house. 3 poufcry houses, one wired for electric brooders for breeding young chicks, PouP,w yard 50x300 fenced with 6 foot wire. Rich garden. One biock from graded school. Price $6,500, easy terms if you wish. W. L. Boatright. 1 5 It RUTHERFORD COLLEGE Rutherford Coll "P-o Jr.n O rt nr.. P-.Davaul of Lane City, Tex. pair a Visit to h;K sistry.in-1i.r tt i D. Glass last Saturday. .' J A- Kiddle of Burnsvills, visited his son, Mr. W. C.: Riddle hne last week, leaving for his home fcaturday. We are glad to note that our young townsman. Mr. . rfprd is makmg good as window uctwiaior, ana .advertising manager lU1 uie. uumcr j-:ne of stores. He i now with the Asheville branch. . T flere are several cases of mumps m fhis community at this . writing. Miss May Chapman" returned ves lerd?v from Morvin 'i. 1 1 . '"-IW SMC at- J'; i luneral cf hcr brother, the late Dr. M. Chapman. Prcfessoy J...W. Bemi3tte received an unusual pounding last Satudav TJ2a f- t-he R,tud8nts an'd faculty joined m giyi-g him a day's work on his new house. This was a nice comtcsy which reflects credit on w.p5? young jr.en. Hickory's two Win,i i.-l Rcmt Mr. Huffman and s Prof. Henry C. Easley, Kave ou community a very much appreciated mMfical enfeftniTiTQi,- i J night and a preaching service Sun ,,!,. Our ppone showed w- eupreciat.on cf their service- . i-.'-s uitni HDOut'ofor the two cccasiom. Thev hoi,i i.i;... rviees at Ccrnc-llv' Swings V the Methodist chinch nt night. where FOR SALE 7 ROOM BUNG A I nw modern conveniences. Located close in. Phone . 3678. C. T. Morrison. 25 2t NOTICE OF HICKORY TOWN SHIP ROAD TAX AH aMc bodied male persons be tween the ages of 21 and 45 are re quired to work on the public roads of tile townshio ex-rent TOclrlnrtc 4 i x i-- - vwiwwivo yi pow-n on -.four days in each, year un- i V iru,re to pay the exemption of $1.00 before Aoril 1st. Hickory Township Road Com. 1 24 4t M. H. YOUNT Sec. 1V7 -. - r iV;n b- gld fit to th'ie come th1'" -, Mwoll-l Smith'r,. road handsare mak - -we nropves.a reconstructing M'ii-..'a una Diaco .from th.? Get Our Lamp Suggestions To use NATIONAL MAZDA Lamns is wik? nlnMmn t the right type and sizes in all picices is econorcv. Cmnn c for suggestions and advice for TPr lighting problems. A suggestion . for the Vimni use WHITE mastVa i they're right. Southern Public Utilities Co. e Tractor i icnooi to be held in the in the Chamber of Commerce Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week is but one feature of liter national service All Tractor owners and others interested in Power Farming are invited to attend this school to be held under the auspices of Abemethv ardware Lo. Chattanooga Plows Sharpies Cream Separators Internal ional Harvesting Machinery Lalley 1 Leader ht Plants V.'acr .Sv'1ens . ... . imiih. I J t Ill UmilHir.tFTnM-WTIMir mttUTT aa.-TBT.-EM-T--lrJl.r-. . . m.Jrmmmmtrnv , nl um I 1 I A it IS P kiways Whether the weather is cold, rainy or balmy or hot. y . will find )U to the all-year-round delicious drink. It is as advertised is as you found your last glass or bottle good taste and refreshing. Ask for it at fountains or buy it in the bottle. .Jibe Bottling Co L mm HICKORY, N. C. St high". 'y to the Catawba i ivcr.